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REPORT 



OF THE 



SECRETARY OF STATE 



OF THE 



STATE OF FLORIDA 

For the Period Beginning Jafiuary 1, 1911, and 
• Ending December 31, 1912. 




1913 



T. J. Appleyard, State Printer, 
Tallahassee. Fla. 



REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE. 



STATE OF FLORIDA, 
OFFICE SECRETARY OF STATE. 
Tallahassee, December 31, 1912. 

HON. ALBERT W. GILCHRIST, 

Governor of Florida. 
My Dear Sir: 

Iu compliance with the requirements of law, I have the 
honor to submit herewith my report of the transactions of 
this Department for the years 1911 and 1912. 

By reference to the receipts, as shown under proper 
headings elsewhere in this report, it will be seen that the 
business of the office is increasing with each succeeding 
year. 

The generous appropriation made by the last Legisla- 
ture for painting the Capitol and laying cement walks 
on the Capitol grounds, has greatly improved the appear- 
ance of the building and grounds and further improve- 
ments will be made in the interior of the building, giving 
more room to the offices, as soon as the Supreme Court 
Building is completed. 

The State is the annual recipient of thousands of publi- 
cations from the Government and other States. To store 
these has taxed the entire capacity of the basement rooms 
and corridors for many years. Many of the publications 
received are of permanent value as historical records and 
reports, and some, which are purely statistical and annual 
reports, are useful only for the time being. 

The congestion in the basement of the Capitol will be 
relieved upon the completion of the Supreme Court Build- 
ing which will render available the room in the Capitol 
now occupied by the Supreme Court as a law library. 



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This room could be used to advantage for a State Library, 
but no library can be made complete or useful for refer- 
ence without a librarian to classify the publications, index 
them for ready reference, and eliminate all material which 
may become useless. The State has made no provision in 
the past either for a library or a librarian, and it is the 
only State in the Union, as I understand, which has neg- 
lected so important and useful a work. The volumes we 
have already embrace many valuable works, and, properly 
classified, would form the nucleus or foundation upon 
which to build a library of which we could be justly 
proud. I would respectfully recommend, therefore, that 
the Legislature give consideration to the matter of pass- 
ing an act to authorize the appointment of a librarian, 
to designate his duties, and to fix his salary. 
Very respectfully, 

H. CLAY CRAWFORD, 

Secretarv of State. 



GOVERNOR AND CABINET, 1909-1913. 



GOVERNOR, 

ALBERT W. GILCHRIST. 



SECRETARY OF STATE, 

H. CLAY CRAWFORD. 



ATTORNEY GENERAL, 

PARK TRAMMELL. 



COMPTROLLER, 

A. C. CROOM, deceased and W. V. KNOTT, commis- 
sioned Feb. IT, 1912, until general election. 



STATE TREASURER, 

W. V. KNOTT, resigned Feb. 12, 1912, and J. C. LUN- 
ING, commissioned Feb. 10, 1912, until general election. 



SUPERINTENDENT OP PUBLIC INSTRUCTION. 

W. M. HOLLOWAY. 



COMMISSIONER OF AGRICULTURE, 

B. E. McLIN, deceased and J. C. LUNING, commis- 
sioned Feb. 5, 1912, resigned Feb. 12, 1912, and W. A. 
McRAE commissioned March 1, 1912, until general elec- 
tion. 



SECRETARIES OF STATE. 



James T. Archer. 
A. E. Maxwell. 
C. W. Downing. 

F. L. VlLLEPIGUE. 

Benjamin F. Allen. 

George J. Alden, 

Jonathan C. Gibbs. 

Samuel B. McLin. 

YV. D. Bloxham 

F. W. A. Rankin, Jr. 

John L. Crawford. 

H. Clay Crawford. 



BOARDS. 



State Canvassing Board. 

H. Clay Crawford, Secretary of State. 
Park Traminell, Attorney General. 
W. V. Knott, Comptroller. 

Board of Commissioners of State Institutions. 

Albert W. Gilchrist, Governor. 

H. Clay Crawford, Secretary of State. 

Bark Trammel], Attorney General. 

W. V. Knott, Comptroller. 

J. C. Liming, State Treasurer. 

W. M. Holloway, Superintndent of Public Instruction. 

W. A. McRae, Commissioner of Agriculture. 

Pardoning Board. 

Albert W. Gilchrist, Governor. 

H. Clay Crawford, Secretary of State. 

Park Trammell, Attorney General. 

W. V. Knott, Comptroller. 

W. A. McRae, Commissioner of Agriculture. 

Board of Finance. 

Albert W. Gilchrist, Governor. 
W. V. Knott, Comptroller. 
J. C. Luning, State Treasurer. 



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Board of Internal Improvement Fund. 

Albert W. Gilchrist, Governor. 

Park Traimnell, Attorney General. 

W. V. Knott, Comptroller. 

J. C. Liming, State Treasurer. 

W. A. McRae, Commissioner of Agriculture. 

State Board of Education. 

Albert W. Gilchrist, Governor. 

H. Clay Crawford, Secretary of State. 

Park Trammell, Attorney General. 

J. C. Luning, State Treasurer. 

W. M. Holloway, Superintendent of Public Instruction. 

Board of Pensions. 

Albert W. Gilchrist, Governor. 
W. V. Knott, Comptroller. 
J. C. Luning, State Treasurer. 

United States Senators. 

N. P. Bryan, Jacksonville; term expires March 4, 1917. 
Duncan U. Fletcher, Jacksonville; term expires March 
4, 1915. 

Members of Congress. 

First District — Stephen M. Sparkman, Tampa; term 
expires March 4, 1913. Re-elected November, 1912, for 
two years from March 4, 1913. 

Second District — Frank Clark Gainesville; term ex- 
pires March 4, 1913. Re-elected November, 1912, for two 
years from March 4, 1913. 



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Third District — D. H. Mays, Monticello; term expires 
March 4, 1913. Enimett Wilson, Pensacola; elected 
November, 1912, for two years from March 4, 1913. At 
Large — Claude L'Engle, Jacksonville; elected November 
1912, for two years from March 4, 1913. 

Railroad Commissioners. 

R. Hudson Burr, Tallahassee; term expires January 
1915. 

N. A. Blitch, Tallahassee; term expires January 1915. 

Royal C. Dunn, Tallahassee. Re-elected November, 
1912, for four years from January, 1913. 

State Geologist. 

E. H. Sellards, Tallahassee; term expires June 18, 1915. 

Adjutant General. 

J. Clifford R. Foster, St. Augustine; term expires 
March 5, 1913. 

State Auditor. 

Ernest Amos, Tallahassee; term expires May 28. 1915. 

Assistant State Auditor. 

Henry Curtis, Quincy; term expires May 28, 1913. 

State Chemist. 

R. E. Rose, Tallahassee; term expires August 5, 1913. 



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Assistant State Chemists. 

L. Heirnberger, Tallahassee; term expired August 21, 
1909. 

A. M. Henry, Tallahassee; term expires October 9, 
1915. 

E. Peck Greene, Tallahassee; term expires November 
24, 1915. 

Inspector Chemical Division Agricultural Depart- 
ment. 

Marcus Endel, Jacksonville; term expires August 11, 
1915. 

A. P. Jordan, Punta Gorda; term expires August 11, 
1915. 

Supervisors of Convicts. 

J. D. Ferrell, Sneads; term expires June 13, 1913. 
John B. Thomas, Madison; term expires February 2, 
1914. 

F. J. Titcomb, Dunnellon; term expires October 27, 
1915. 

Henry C. Griffin, Dade City; term expires December 5, 
1915. 

Supervising Inspector of Naval Stores. 

W. B. Ivey, Jacksonville; term expires July 16, 1915. 

Private Secretary to the Governor. 

G. T. Whitfield, Tallahassee; term expires January, 
1913. 



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Board of Control. 

P. K. Yonge, Chairman; Peusacola; term expires June 
27, 1913. 

E. L. Wartmann, Ocala ; term expires June 13, 1915. 

T. B. King, Arcadia; term expires June 29, 1915. 

W. D. Finlayson, Old Town; term expires June 27, 1913. 

Francis P. Fleming, Jr., Jacksonville; term expires 
June 27, 1913. 

J. G. Kellum, Secretary, Tallahassee. 

State Board of Health. 

E. M. Hendry, Tampa; term expires May 30, 1913. 
John G. Christopher, Jacksonville; term expires May 

30, 1913. 

H. L. Simpson, Pensacola ; term expires May 30, 1913. 

Commissioners Uniformity of Legislation. 

Louis C. Massey, Orlando; term expires June 18. L915. 
W. A. Blount, Pensacola; term expires June 18, 1915. 

F. M. Simonton, Tampa; term expires June 18, 1915. 

Commissioners State Reform School. 

J. C. L'Engle, Jacksonville. 
W. H. Milton, Marianna. 
M. L. Dekle, Marianna. 
L. J. Reeves, Pensacola. 
John High, Jasper. 

State Board of Dental Examiners. 

C. F. Kemp, Key West; term expires May 23, 1915. 
R. P. Taylor, Jacksonville; term expires May 23, 1915. 
W. G. Mason, Tampa ; term expires May 23, 1915. 
J. E. Chace, Ocala ; term expires May 23, 1915. 
Wilmer S. Hall, Pensacola; term expires May 23, 1915. 



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Commissioners to Aid in the Erection op Confederate 
Monument at Olustee. 

D. U. Fletcher, Jacksonville. 

Mrs. Florence Murphy Cooley, Jacksonville. 

E. M. Law, Bartow, 

Mrs. H. H. McCreary, Gainesville. 
W. L. Wittiche, Pensacola. 

State Board of Pharmacy. 

D. W. Ramsaur, Palatka; term expires June 16, 1916. 

E. Berger, Tampa ; term expires October 24, 1916. 

W. D. Jones, Jacksonville; term expires July 29, 1913. 
Leon Hale, Tampa; term expires August 1, 1913. 
Herbert H. D'Alemberte, Pensacola; term expires Au- 
gust 26, 1913. 

State Board of Accountancy. 

J. A. Hansbrough, Tampa ; term expires March 10, 
1913. 

Walter Mucklow, Jacksonville; term expires December 
11, 1915. 

Francis M. Williams, Jacksonville; term expires 
December 6, 1915. 

Chickamauga Monument Commission. 

Samuel Pasco, Monticello. 

Pulaski Broward, Broward Station. 

E. M. Law, Bartow. 

Eclectic Medical Examiners. 

C. E. Bennett, Pensacola ; term expires October 2, 1915. 

Ham S. Hampton, Tampa ; term expires October 2, 
1915. 

Hiram J. Hampton, Tampa; term expires October 2, 
1915. 



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State Board of Medical Examiners. 

First Judicial Circuit — J. Harris Pierpont, Pensacola; 
term expires July 23, 1913. 

Second Judicial Circuit — George B. Glover, Monticello; 
term expires July 13, 1913. 

Fourth Judicial Circuit — J. D. Fernandez, Jackson- 
ville; term expires July 23, 1913. 

Fifth Judicial Circuit — A. L. Izlar, Ocala; term ex- 
pires July 23, 1913. 

Sixth Judicial Circuit — Sheldon Stringer, Tampa; term 
expires August 3, 1913. 

Seventh Judicial Circuit — W. S. Gramling, Miami ; term 
expires July 23, 1913. 

Eighth Judicial Circuit — E. W. Warren, Palatka ; term 
expires July 23, 1913. 

Homeopathic Medical Examiners. 

Charles W. Johnson, Jacksonville; term expired Au- 
gust 10, 1909. 

Henry R. Stout, Jacksonville; term expired August 
28, 1909. 

One vacancy on this Board. Board consists of three 
members. 

State Board of Optometry. 

Neville H. Clark, Daytona ; term expired June 11, 1911. 
J. Gumbinger, Jacksonville; term expires July 1, 1913. 
D. M. Boney, Ocala ; term expires May 28, 1913. 
H. E. Lough, Tampa; term expires May 28, 1913. 
Otto C. Butterweck, Brooksville; term expires June 1, 
1914. 



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State Board of Osteopathic Examiners. 

Albert E. "Berry, Tampa ; term expires May 28, 1913. 
Paul K. Davis, Jacksonville; term expires May 28, 1913. 
S. R. Love, DeLand; term expires August 1, 1915. 

Gorrie Commission. 

T. F. West, Milton. 

George W. Dayton, Dade City. 

George H. Whiteside, Apalachicola. 

Inspector of Nursery Stock. 

E. Berger, Gainesville; term expires June 30, 1915. 

Sub-Committee, Text Book Commission. 

J. L. Kelley, Gainesville; term expires May 31, 1915. 

R. L. Turner, Inverness; term expires May 31, 1915. 

C. C Gunn, Marianna; term expires May 31, 1915. 

Pauline Reese, Pensacola ; term expires May 31, 1915. 

Asa B. Clark, Quincy; term expires May 31, 1915. 
Deceased, and Arthur Williams, of Tallahassee, commis- 
sioned July 18, 1911, for unexpired term. 

Mrs. R. B. Rutherford, Jacksonville; term expires May 
31, 1915. 

W. H. Russell, Sutherland; term expires July 7, 1915. 

L. W. Buchholz, Tampa ; term expires July 7, 1915. 

C. A. Keith, Punta Gorda ; term expires July 17, 1915. 

E. Kirby Smith Statue Commission. 

J. K. Munnerly, Jacksonville. 

E. M. Law, Bartow. 

David Lang, Chattahoochee. 



GOVERNORS OF FLORIDA. 



TERRITORIAL: 

Andrew Jackson — July. 1821, to 1822. 
William P. Duval— 1822 to 1834. 
John H. Eaton— 1834 to 1836. 
Richard K. Call— 1836 to 1839. 
Robert Raymond Reed — 1831) to 1841. 
Kk iiahi) K. Call— 1841 to 1845. 

STATE : 

William 1 >. Moskley— 184") to 1849. 

Thomas Brown — 1849 to 1853. 

James E. Rroome — 1853 to 1857. 

Madison S. Perry— 1857 to 1861. 

John Milton— 1861 to 1865. 

William Marvin — 1865 to 1866. 

David S. Walker— 1866 to 1868. 

Harrison Reed — 1868 to 1872. 

Samuel T. Day- — (Acting, during iuipenchinenl proceedings 
against Governor Reed), 1872. 

Ossian R. Hart — 1872 to 1873 (died in office). 

Marcellus L. Stearns — (Acting, June to November), 1873. 

Marcellus L. Stearns — 1873 to 1X70. 

George F. Drew — 1877 to 1880.. 

William D. Rloxham — 1881 to 1884. 

Edward A. Perry— 1885 to 1888. 

Francis P. Fleming— 1889 to 1S!>2. 

Henry L. Mitchell — 1893 to 1896. 

William D. Rloxham — 1897 to 1900. 

W. S. Jennings— 1901 to 1H04. 

N. R. Rroward— 1905 to 1908. 

Albert W. Gilchrist — 1909 to 1912. 

Park Trammell— 1913 to 1917. 



MEMBERS OF THE LEGISLATURE, 1913. 



SENATE. 



R. A. McGeachy, Milton. 

*John P. Stokes, Pensacola. 

B. H. Lindsey, Caryville. 

* James N. Wilson, Sneads. 
S. P. Roddenbery, Sopchoppy. 

* James E. Broome, Quincy, deceased. 
H. J. Drane, Lakeland. 

fA. S. Wells, Tallahassee. 

Fred L. Stringer, Brooksville. 
*Chas. E. Davis, Madison. 

W. F. Dimes, Tampa. 
*C. T. Culpepper, Perry. 

F. M. Hudson, Miami. 
*Fred P. Cone, Lake City. 

A. Z. Adkins, Starke. 
*J. E. Calkins, Fernandina. 

J. B. Johnson, Live Oak. 
*John C. L'Engle, Jacksonville. . 

Arthur E. Donegan, Kissimmee. 
*E. L. Carney, Ocala. 
J. S. Blitch, Montbrook. 
*D. A. Finlayson, Monticello. 

W. M. Igou, Eustis. 
*W. H. Malone, Jr., Key West. 

A. J. McClellan, Blountstown. 
§John P. Wall, Putnam Hall. 

* — Holdover Senators. 

f — Fill unexpired term John W. Henderson, resigned. 

§ — Fill unexpired term S. J. Hilburn, resigned. 



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District 27. F. M. Cooper, Punta Gorda. 

District 28. °J. B. Conrad, Glenwood. 

District 29. Max M. Brown, Macclenny. 

District 30. *W. H. H. McLeod, Jasper. 

District 31. L. W. Zim, St. Augustine. 

District 32. *H. H. McCreary, Gainesville. 

* — Holdover Senators. 

° — Fill unexpired term James W. Perkins, resigned. 



HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. 

Alachua— E. R. B. Kite, Waldo. 

Alachua — J. C. Adkins, Gainesville. 

Baker — H. J. Rhoden, Macclenny. 

Bradford — W. E. Middleton, Worthington. 

Bradford — A. D. Andrews, Raiford. 

Brevard — J. M. Sanders, Cocoa. 

Calhoun — L. M. Griffin, Jr., Blountstown. 

Citrus — J. E. Stevens, Crystal River. 

Clay— E. D. Prevatt, Green Cove Springs. 

Columbia— W. J. Feagle, Lake City, R. F. D. 

Columbia — S. D. Dupree, Lake City. 

Dade — Geo. A. Worley, Miami. 

DeSoto — W. C. Langford, Arcadia. 

Duval — I, L. Farris, Jacksonville. 

Duval — St. Elmo W. Acosta, Jacksonville. 

Escambia — H. C. Clopton, Pine Barren. 

Escambia — James McHugh, Pensacola. 

Franklin — C. H. B. Floyd, Apalachicola. 

Gadsden — S. H. Strom, Greensboro. 

Gadsden— W. L. Taylor, Quincy, R. F. D. No. 2r 

Hamilton — John High, Bakers Mill. 

Hamilton — A. W. Miller, Jasper. 



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Hernando— L. C. O'Neal, Brooksville. 

Hillsborough— R. R. Tomlin, Plant City. 

Hillsborough — W. T. Martin, Tampa. 

Holmes — E. A. Williams, Bonifay. 

Jackson — W. H. Beauchamp, Alliance. 

Jackson — W. L. McKinley, Campbellton. 

Jefferson — T. T. Turnbull, Monticello. 

Jefferson — J. B. Lacy, Lloyd. 

Lafayette — John M. Gornto, Mayo. 

Lake — John A. Hanson, Leesburg. 

Lake — J. G. Hatcher, Groveland. 

Lee — L. A. Hendry, Fort Myers. 

Leon — W. A. Register, Woodville. 

Leon — L. C. Yeager, Tallahassee. 

Levy — W. J. Epperson, Bronson. 

Liberty — R. F. Hosford, Hosford. 

Madison — M. L. Leslie, Madison. 

Madison — W. M. Taylor, Madison. 

Manatee — A. M. Wilson, Myakkn. 

Marion — L. S. Light, Reddick. 

Marion — Edwin Spencer, Jr., Ocala. 

Monroe — Marcy B. Darnall, Key West. 

Monroe — Charles L. Knowles, Key West. 

Nassau — Harry Goldstein, Fernandina. 

Nassau- — S. A. Ogilvie, Callahan. 

Orange — Forrest Lake, Sanford. 

Orange — S. xV. Robinson, Orlando. 

Osceola — H. Clay Stanford, Kissimmee, 

Pasco— P. C. Mickler, Trilby. 

Palm Beach — H. L. Bussey, West Palm Beach. 

Pinellas — John S. Taylor, Largo. 

Polk— R. W. Hancock, Fort Meade. 

Polk — J. C. Brown, Lakeland. 

Putnam — W. A. Russell, Palatka. 

Putnam — W. S. Middleton, Pomona. 

Santa Rosa — J. A. Brvant, Milton. 



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Santa Rosa — T. J. Fenn, Milton. 
St. Johns — W. A. Mac Williams, St. Augustine. 
St. Johns — E. A. Wilson, New Augustine. 
St. Lucie — Otis R. Parker, Fort Pierce. 
Sumter — Glenn Terrell, Webster. 
Suwannee — J. P. Lamb, Live Oak. 
Suwannee — L. D. Newlan, Live Oak. 
Taylor — E. J. Harvill, Shady Grove. 
Volusia — John G. Leonardy, Daytona. 
Volusia — John A. VanValzah, Seabreeze. 
Wakulla— Geo. W. Tully, Arran. 
Walton— W. H. Mapoles, Laurel Hill. 
Washington — L. H. Howell, Panama City 



FEDERAL COURTS IN FLORIDA. 



SOUTHERN DISTRICT. 

Circuit Judges. 

Don A. Pardee, Atlanta, Ga. ; commissioned May 13, 
1881 ; salary, $7,000. 

Andrew P. McCormick, Dallas, Texas; commissioned 
March 17, 1892; salary $7,000. 

David D. Shelby, Huntsville, Ala. ; commissioned 
March 2, 1899 ; salary, $7,000. 

District Judge. 

John M. Cheney, commissioned September 2, 1912; 
salary, $6,000. Recess appointment. 

Clerk of United States District Court. 

Eugene O. Locke, Jacksonville, Fla.; commissioned 
March 4, 1872 ; salary, fees. 

I'xited States Attorney. 

Richard P. Marks, Jacksonville, Fla. ; commissioned 
October 29, 1912 ; salary, $3,500. 

Assistant United States Attorney. 

Harry H. Eyles, Jacksonville, Fla. ; commissioned 
November 29, 1912; salary, $1,500. 

Clerk to United States Attorney. 

Fannie D. Sloane (Mrs.), Jacksonville, Fla.; commis- 
sioned March 4, 1904 ; salary, $9 



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United States Marshal. 

John F. Horr, Jacksonville, Fla. ; commissioned Feb- 
ruary 18, 1898, salary $3,000. 

Office Deputies. 

Norwood L. Pinder (chief), Jacksonville, Fla.; com- 
sioned December 1, 1910; salary, $1,300. 

Frederick W. Johnson, Key West, Fla. ; commissioned 
August 1, 1908; salary, $900. 

T. J. Bundrix, Jacksonville, Fla.; commissioned Au- 
gust 15, 1907; salary, $900. 

Cyrus B. Bristol, Tampa, Fla.; commissioned Novem- 
ber 1, 1907; salary, $900. 

L. R. O'Steen, Jacksonville, Fla.; commissioned Au- 
gust, 1911; salary, $900. 

United States Commissioners. 

E. O. Locke, Jacksonville, Fla.; commissioned June 17, 
1909. 

W. M. Archibald, Jacksonville, Fla.; commissioned 
June 25, 1909. 

H. L. Crane, Tampa, Fla. ; commissioned June 28, 1909. 

Julius Otto, Key West, Fla.; commissioned July 14, 
1909. 

W. E. Leitner, Arcadia, Fla.; commissioned December 
15, 1910. 

Guy I. Metcalf, West Palm Beach, Fla. ; commissioned 
October 27, 1911. 

Fred H. Rand, Jr., Miami, Fla. ; commissioned Decem- 
ber 14, 1910. 

H. J. Baker, Jr., Fernandina, Fla. ; commissioned De- 
cember 28, 1908. 

David S. Williams, Ocala, Fla.; commissioned July 2, 
1909. 



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J. W. Ewan, Miami, Fla. ; commissioned May 5, 1911. 
, Wm. Eston Shine, Orlando, Fla. ; commissioned Jane 
9, 1911. 

Time and Place of Holding Courts 

Circuit and District Courts — Second Monday in Feb- 
ruary, at Tampa; first Monday in May and November, at 
Key West; first Monday in December, at Jacksonville; 
third Monday in January, at Ocala; first Monday in 
April, at Fernandina; fourth Monday in April, at Miami, 

District Court also open at all times in admiralty. 

Counties in the District. 

Baker, Bradford, Brevard, Citrus, Clay, Columbia, 
Dade, DeSoto, Duval, Hamilton, Hernando, Hillsborough, 
Lake, Lee, Madison, Manatee, Marion, Monroe, Nassau, 
Orange, Osceola, Palm Beach, Pasco, Polk, Putnam, St. 
Johns, Sumter, Suwannee, Volusia and St. Lucie. 



NORTHERN DISTRICT OF FLORIDA 

Circuit Judges. 

Don A. Pardee, Atlanta, Ga. ; commissioned May 13, 
1881 ; salary, $7,000. 

David D. Shelby, Huntsville, Ala. ; commissioned March 
2, 1889; salary, $7,000. 

Andrew P. McCormick, Dallas, Texas; commissioned 
March 17, 1892; salary, $7,000. 

District Judge. 

William B. Sheppard, Pensacola, Fla. ; commissioned 
May 20, 1908; salary, $6,000. 



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District Attorney. 

Fred C. Cubberly, Gainesville, Fla. ; commissioned 
January 12, 1909 ; salary, $3,500. 

Assistant District Attorney. 

Worth W. Trammell, Pensacola, Fla. ; commissioned 
April 2, 1911 ; salary, $1,500. 

Clerk op United States District Court. 

Frederick W. Marsh, Pensacola, Fla. ; commissioned 
May 28, 1895 ; salary, fees. 

United States Marshal. 

Thomas F. McGourin, Pensacola, Fla. ; commissioned 
February 27, 1911 ; salary, $3,000. 

Office Deputy. 

Herman Wolfe, Pensacola, Fla. ; commissioned April 1, 
1911 ; salary, $1,600. 

United States District Judges' Stenographer 

Philip D. Beall, Pensacola, Fla. ; appointed January 1, 
1908; salary, $900. 

United States Commissioners. 

Frederick W. Marsh, Pensacola, Fla. ; commissioned 
April 5, 1909; salary, fees. 

C. M. Cox, Bonifay, Fla.; commissioned July 21, 1908; 
salary, fees. 

A. M. Cushman, Gainesville, Fla. ; commissioned Feb- 
ruary 3, 1909 ; salary, fees. 

Amos E. Lewis, Marianna, Fla. ; commissioned July 26, 
1909 ; salary, fees. 



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G. P. McCord, Tallahassee, Fla. ; commissioned Octo- 
ber 20, 1909 ; salary, fees. 

Referees in Bankruptcy. 

Pattillo Campbell, Pensacola, Fla. ; commissioned 

; salary fees. 

James H. Finch, Marianna, Fla. ; commissioned Decem- 
ber 6, 1912; salary, fees. 

J. B. Moffatt, Tallahassee, Fla. ; commissioned Decem- 
ber 16, 1909; salary, fees. 

Thomas W. Fielding, Gainesville, Fla. 

Time and Place of Holding Court 

District Court — First Monday in January, at Talla- 
hassee; first Monday in November and May, at Pensa- 
cola ; first Monday in December and third Monday in 
May, at Gainesville; first Monday in April, at Marianna. 

Counties in the District. 

Alachua, Calhoun, Escambia, Franklin, Gadsden, 
Holmes, Jackson, Jefferson, LaFayette, Leon, Levy, 
Liberty, Santa Rosa, Taylor, Wakulla, Walton and 
Washington. 



JUSTICES OF THE SUPREME COURT. 

Chief Justice. 

James B. Whitfield, term expires January, 1913. 
(Re-elected Justice of the Supreme Court, November, 

1912, for term of six years.) 

Justices. 

Charles B. Parkhill, Tallahassee; term expires January 

1913. (Resigned January 4, 1912.) 

Thomas M. Shackleford ; term expires January, 1915. 



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William A. Hocker; term expires January, 1915. 
Robert S. Cockrell; term expires January, 1917. 
R. F. Taylor; term expires January, 1917. 

Circuit Judges. 

First Judicial Circuit— J. Emmett Wolfe, Pensacola; 
term expires June 9, 1917. 

Second Judicial Circuit — John W. Malone, Quincy; 
term expires June 9, 1917. 

Third Judicial Circuit — Ira J. Carter, Live Oak; term 
expires June 9, 1917. (Resigned August 1, 1912, and 
Mallory F. Home, of Jasper, commissioned August 5, 
1912, until end of next Senate; confirmed by Senate, 
session 1912, and recommissioned October 8, 1912, for 
unexpired term of Ira J. Carter, resigned.) 

Fourth Judicial Circuit — R. M. Call, Jacksonville; term 
expires July 2, 1917. 

Fifth Judicial Circuit — W. S. Bullock, Ocala; term 
expires June 9, 1917. 

Sixth Judicial Circuit — F. M. Robles, Tampa; term 
expires June 29, 1917. 

Seventh Judicial Circuit — James W. Perkins, DeLand ; 
term expires June 29, 1917. 

Eighth Judicial Circuit — -James T. Wills, Starke; term 
expires April 26, 1917. 

Ninth Judicial Circuit — Will H. Price, Marianna; term 
expires June 9, 1917. (Resigned November 7, 1912. and 
D. J. Jones, of Chipley, commissioned November 13, 1912, 
until next session of Senate.) 

Tenth Judicial Circuit — F. A. Whitney — Arcadia ; term 
expires June 9, 1917. 

Eleventh Judicial Circuit — L. W. Bethel, Key West; 
term expires June 9, 1917. 

Additional Judge for Duval County — George Couper 
Gibbs, Jacksonville; commissioned December 3, 1912, 
until next session of Senate. 



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State Attorneys. 

First Judicial Circuit — C. L. Wilson, Marianna; term 
expires May 25, 1913. (Resigned May 26, 1911, and Em- 
mett Wilson, of Pensacola, commissioned for unexpired 
term June 10, 1911. 

Second Judicial Circuit— George W. Walker, Talla- 
hassee; term expires May 23, 1913. (Resigned December 
15, 1911, and John W. Henderson, of Tallahassee, com- 
missioned December 15, 1911, until next Senate; confirm- 
ed by Senate, session 1912, and recommissioned for un- 
expired term October 12, 1912.) 

Third Judicial Circuit — Cary A. Hardee, Live Oak; 
term expires August 29, 1913. 

Fourth Judicial Circuit — Wm. A. Hallowes, Jr., Jack- 
sonville; term expires July 11, 1913. 

Fifth Judicial Circuit — E. W. Davis, Ocala; term ex- 
pires June 9, 1915. 

Sixth Judicial Circuit — Herbert S. Phillips, Tampa; 
term expires June 9, 1915. 

Seventh Judicial Circuit — John C. Jones, Orlando; 
term expires June 8, 1913. 

Eighth Judicial Circuit — A. Y. Long, Starke; term ex- 
pires June 9, 1915. 

Ninth Judicial Circuit — C. L. Wilson, Marianna; term 
expires June 9, 1915. (Resigned November 11, 1912, 
and Rivers H. Buford, of Marianna, commissioned No- 
vember 13, 1912, until the next session of Senate.) 

Tenth Judicial Circuit — John B. Singletary, Braden- 
town; term expires June 9, 1915. 

Eleventh Judicial Circuit — John C. Gramling, Miami; 
term expires June 9, 1915. 

Court Re porters. 

First Judicial Circuit — Miss Minnie Kehoe, Pensacola; 
term expires January 20, 1913. 



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Second Judicial Circuit — Miss Gertrude Dzialinski, Tal- 
lahassee; term expires October 15, 1913. (Resigned July 
8, 1911, and W. M. Hurtenbach, of Pensacola, commis- 
sioned October 5, 1911.) 

Third Judicial Circuit — Miss Nonie Johnson, Live Oak; 
term expires February 4, 1916. 

Fourth Judicial Circuit — Raleigh C. Dowling, Jack- 
sonville ; term expires June 29, 1915. 

Fifth Judicial Circuit — Marian J. Walker, Ocala; term 
expires November 25, 1914. (Resigned March 9, 1911, 
and Clara L. Moore, of Ocala, commissioned September 
8, 1911.) 

Sixth Judicial Circuit — Lawson Magruder, Tampa; 
term expires May 2, 1911. (Resigned February 27, 1911, 
and W. H. Hylton, of Tampa, commissioned March 10, 
1911.) 

Seventh Judicial Circuit — Charles M. McCrory, De- 
Land; term expires November 18, 1914. 

Eighth Judicial Circuit — James C. Adkins, Gainesville; 
term expires November 3, 1914. (Resigned September 
7, 1912. 

Ninth Judicial Circuit — Miss Nannie E. McAliley, 
Marianna; term expires June 13, 1915. 

Eleventh Judicial Circuit — Bartholomew A. Riley, Key 
West; term expires June 29, 1915. 



CIRCUIT COURTS. 

FIRST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 

Judge — J. Eminett Wolfe, Pensacola. 

State Attorney — Emmett Wilson, Pensacola. 

Court Reporter — Minnie E. Kehoe, Pensacola. 



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Winter Terms. 

Walton County — Second Monday in January. 
Santa Rosa County — Second Monday after the Second 
Monday in May. 

Escambia County — Second Monday in February. 

Spring Terms. 

Walton County — Second Monday in May. 
Santa Rosa County — Second Monday after the second 
Monday in May. 

Escambia County — Second Monday in June. 

Fall Terms. 

Walton County — Second Monday in September. 
Santa Rosa County — Second Monday after the second 
Monday in September. 

Escambia County — Second Monday in October. 

SECOND JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 

Judge — John W. Malone, Quincy. 

State Attorney — John W. Henderson, Tallahassee. 

Court Reporter — W. M. Hurtenbach, Pensacola. 

Spring Terms. 

Liberty County — Fourth Monday in March. 

Franklin County — First Monday after the fourth Mon- 
day in March. 

Gadsden County — Second Monday after the fourth 
Monday in March. 

Jefferson County — Fourth Monday after the fourth 
Monday in March. 



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Wakulla County — Sixth Monday after the fourth Mon- 
day in March. 

Leon County — Seventh Monday after the fourth Mon- 
day in March. 

Fall Terms. 

Liberty County — Second Monday in October. 

Franklin County — Third Monday in October. 

Gadsden County — Fourth Monday in October. 

Wakulla County — Second Monday after the fourth 
Monday in October. 

Jefferson County — Third Monday after the fourth Mon- 
day in October. 

Leon County — Fifth Monday after the fourth Monday 
in October. 

THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 

Judge — Mallory F. Home, Jasper. 

State Attorney — Cary A. Hardee, Live Oak. 

Court Reporter — Nonie M. Johnson, Live Oak. 

Spring Terms. 

Hamilton County — Fourth Monday in January. 
Taylor County — Fourth Monday in March. 
Madison County — Second Monday in April. 
Columbia County — Fourth Monday in April. 
Suwannee County — Second Monday in May. 
Lafayette County — First Tuesday after the fourth 
Monday in May. 

Fall Terms. 

Hamilton County — Fourth Monday in July. 
Taylor County — Fourth Monday in September. 



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Madison County — Second Monday in October. 
Columbia County — Fourth Monday in October. 
Suwannee County — Second Monday in November. 
Lafayette County — First Tuesday after the fourth Mon- 
day in November. 

FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 

Judge — R. M. Call, Jacksonville. 

State Attorney — W. A. Hallowes, Jr., Jacksonville. 

Court Reporter — R. C. Bowling, Jacksonville. 

Spring Terms. 

Clay County — Second Monday in April. 
Nassau County — Third Monday in April. 
St. Johns County — Fourth Monday in April. 
Duval County — Second Tuesday after the first Monday 
id May. 

Fall Terms. 

Clay County — Fourth Monday in October. 
Nassau County — First Monday in November. 
St. Johns County— Second Monday in November. 
Duval County — Fourth Monday in November. 

FIFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 

Judge— W. S. Bullock, Ocala. 
State Attorney — E. W. Davis, Ocala. 
Court Reporter — Clara L. Moore, Ocala. 

Spring Terms.* 

Lake County — Second Monday in March. 
Sumter Count}* — Fourth Monday in March. 



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Citrus County — Second Monday in April. 
Hernando County — Fourth Monday in April. 
Marion County — Second Monday in May. 

Fall Terms. 

Lake County — Second Monday in October. 
Sumter County — Fourth Monday in October. 
Citrus County — Second Monday in November. 
Hernando County — fourth Monday in November 
Marion County — Second Monday in December. 

SIXTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 

Judge — F. M. Robles, Tampa. 

State Attorney — H. S. Phillips, Tampa. 

Court Reporter — W. H. Hylton, Tampa. 

Spring Terms. 

Pasco County — First Tuesday in April. 
Hillsborough County — First Tuesday in May. 

Fall Terms. 

Pasco County — First Tuesday in October. 
Hillsborough County- — First Tuesday in November. 

SEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 

Judge — J. W. Perkins, DeLand. 

State Attorney — John C. Jones, Orlando. 

Court Reporter — C. M. McCrorv, DeLand. 

Spring Terms. 

St. Lucie County — Second Tuesday in March. 
Brevard Conntv — Fourth Tuesdav in March. 



Volusia County — Second Tuesday in April. 
Osceola County — Fourth Tuesday in April. 
Orange County — Second Tuesday after the fourth Tues- 
day in April. 

Fall Terms. 

St. Lucie County — Second Tuesday in October. 
Brevard County — Fourth Tuesday in October. 
Volusia County — Second Tuesday in November. 
Osceola County — Fourth Tuesday in November. 
Orange County — Second Tuesday after the fourth Tues- 
day in November. 

EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 

Judge— J. T. Wills, Starke. 

State Attorney — A. V. Long, Starke. 

Spring Terms. 

Levy County — Third Monday in March. 
Baker County — First Monday in April. 
Putnam County — Second Monday in April. 
Bradford County — Fourth Monday in April. 
Alachua County — Second Monday in May. 

Fall Terms. 

Levy County — Third Monday in September. 
Baker County — First Monday in October. 
Putnam County — Second Monday in October. 
Bradford County — Fourth Monday in October. 
Alachua Count}*- — Second Monday in November. 

NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 

Judge — D. J. Jones, Chipley. 

State Attorney — Rivers H. Buford, Marianna. 

Court Reporter — Nannie E. McAliley, Marianna. 

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Spring Terms. 

Holmes County — First Monday in March. 

Washington County — Second Monday after the first 
Monday in March. 

Calhoun County — Fourth Monday after the first Mon- 
day in March. 

Jackson County — Sixth Monday after the first Monday 
in March. 

Fall Terms. 

Calhoun Count}- — First Monday in October. 

Holmes County — Second Monday after the first Monday 
in October. 

Washington County — Fourth Monday after the first 
Monday in October. 

Jackson County — Sixth Monday after the first Monday 
in October. 

TENTH JUDICIAL CIKCUIT. 

Judge — F. A. Whitney, Arcadia. 

State Attorney — J. B. Singietary, Bradentown. 

Spring Terms. 

Lee Count}' — Second Monday in February. 
Manatee County — Second Monday in March. 
Polk County, First Monday in April. 
DeSoto County — Fourth Monday in April. 

Fall Terms. 

Lee County — Second Monday in September. 
Manatee Count}' — First Monday in October. 
Polk County — Fourth Monday in October. 
DeSoto County — Third Monday in November. 



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ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 

Judge— L. W. Bethel, Key West. 

State Attorney — John C. Gramling, Miami. 

Court Reporter — B. A. Riley, Key West. 

Winter Terms. 

Monroe County — Second Tuesday in February. 
Palm Beach County — First Tuesday in January. 
Dade County — Third Tuesday in January. 

SrniNG Terms. 

Palm Beach County — First Tuesday in May. 
Dade County — Third Tuesday in May. 
Monroe County — Second Tuesday in June. 

Fall Terms. 

Palm Beach County — First Tuesday in September 
Da'de County — Third Tuesday in September. 
Monroe County — Second Tuesday in October. 



CRIMINAL COURTS OF RECORD. 

Dade. 

Judge — H. F. Atkinson, Miami; term expires April 16, 
1913. 

Solicitor — James T. Sanders, Miami ; term expires 

April 8, 1913. 

Clerk — H. Dale Miller, Miami ; term expires January, 
1913. 



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Duval. 

Judge — John S. Maxwell, Jacksonville; term expires 
January 25, 1913. 

Solicitor — DeWitt T. Gray, Jacksonville ; terms expires 
July 30, 1913. (Resigned July 7, 1911, and L. D. Howell, 
of Jacksonville, commissioned July 7, 1911.) 

Clerk — R. C. Ingram, Jacksonville; term expires Janu- 
ary, 1913. 

Escambia. 

Judge — E. D. Beggs, Pensacola; term expires May 18, 
1913. 

Solicitor — Scott M. Loftin, Pensacola ; term expires 
June 20, 1913. 

Clerk — John L. Pinney, Pensacola ; term expires Janu- 
ary, 1913. 

Hillsborough. 

Judge — Horace C. Gordon, Tampa; term expires May 
18, 1913. 

Solicitor — George P. Raney, Jr., Tampa ; term expires 
May 28, 1913. 

Clerk — W. S. Cathcart, Tampa; terms expires Jan- 
uary, 1915. 

Monroe. 

Judges — W. Hunt Harris, Key West; term expires June 
9, 1915. 

Solicitor— Ernest P. Roberts, Key West; term expires 
June 2, 1915. 

Clerk — D Z Filer, Key West; term expires January, 
1913. 



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Orange. 

Judge — James D. Beggs, deceased, and T. Picton War- 
low, of Orlando, commissioned March 9, 1911, for unex- 
pired term. 

Solicitor — George A. DeCottes, Sanford; term expires 
May 3, 1913. 

Clerk — L. Wichtendahl, Orlando; term expires Janu- 
ary, 1913. 

Volusia. 

Judge — Bert Fish, DeLand ; term expires May 23, 1913. 

Solicitor — Royal P. Hamlin, DeLand; term expires 
May 19, 1913. 

Clerk — George W. Bristol, DeLand; term expires Jan- 
uary, 1913. 

Walton. 

Judge — Ckas. O. Andrews, DeFuniak Springs ; term 
expires June 8, 1915. (Resigned October 1, 1911, and 
H. L. Grace, commissioned October 3, 1911; resigned 
October 5, 1912, and D. Stuart Gillis, commissioned 
October 8, 1912, until June 8, 1915. 

Solicitor — A. G. Campbell, DeFuniak Springs; term 
expires June 11, 1915. 

Clerk — A. R. Campbell, DeFuniak, Springs; term 
expires January, 1913. 



COUNTY COURTS. 

DeSoto. 

Judge — R. E. Brown, Arcadia; term expires January, 
1913 (resigned May 19, 1911, and A Yancy Teachy, com- 
missioned June 30, 1911, for unexpired term). 



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Clerk — H. E. Carlton, Arcadia; term expires January, 
1913. 

Prosecuting Attorney — George Leitner, Arcadia; com- 
missioned December 1, 1910, until January, 1913. 

Gadsden. 

Judge — Paul S. Thomson, Quincy; term expires Janu- 
ary, 1913. 

Clerk — T. R. Cantey, Quincy; term expires January, 
1913. 

Prosecuting Attorney — Rivers H. Buford, Quincy; term 
expires January, 1913. (Resigned October 1, 1911, and 
J. Baxter Campbell, of Quincy, commissioned October 2, 
1911, for unexpired term). 

Manatee. 

Judge — S. J. Stewart, Bradentown; term expires Jan- 
uary, 1913. 

Clerk — Robert H. Roesch, Bradentown; term expires 
January, 1913. 

Prosecuting Attorney — John B. Singletary, Braden 
town; term expires January, 1913. (Resigned June 10, 
1911, and J. L. Collier of Bradentown, commissioned June 
30, 1911, for unexpired term) . 

Osceola. 

Judge — George F. Parker, Kissimmee; term expires 
January, 1913. 

Clerk — Arthur E. Donegan, Kissimmee; term expires 
January, 1913. (Resigned February 15, 1912, and R. G. 
Johnston, of Kissimmee, commissioned February 17, 1912, 
until general election). 

Prosecuting Attorney — J. L. Moon, Kissimmee; term 
expires January, 1913. (Resigned April 1, 1912, and W. 



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B. Crawford, commissioned April 1, 1912, until general 
election). 

Polk. 

Judge — W. S. Preston, Bartow; term expires January, 
1913. 

Clerk — A. B. Ferguson, Bartow; term expires January, 
1913. 

Prosecuting Attorney — Luther C. Johnson, Bartow; 
term expires January, 1913. 

Washington. 

Judge — Ira A. Hutchison, Vernon. (Resigned Feb- 
ruary 6, 1912, and O. Cracker, commissioned June 8, 1912, 
until general election. 

Clerk — William C. Lockey, Vernon; term expires Jan- 
uary, 1913. 

Prosecuting Attorney — A. D. Carmichael, Chipley; 
term expires January, 1913. 



COUNTY OFFICERS, 1911-1912. 

All terms expire in January, 1913, except where other- 
wise noted. 

(For County Officers, 1913-1914, see Appendix.) 



ALACHUA. 

County Seat — Gainesville. 

County Judge — H. G. Mason. 

Sheriff — Perry G. Ramsey. 

Clerk Circuit Court — S. H. Wienges. 



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Superintendent Public Instruction — J. L. Kelley. 

County Surveyor — James Croxton. 

County Assessor of Taxes — J. M. Dell. 

Tax Collector— G. W. Miller. 

County Treasurer — J. D. Matheson (deceased, and W. J. 

Mattheus, commissioned August 5, 1911, until general 

election). 
Supervisor of Registration — John C. McGrew. 

County Commissioners. 

District No. 1 — J. G. Dampier, Hague. 

District No. 2 — C. W. Summers, Gainesville (deceased, 

and A. L. Sanders, of Trenton, commissioned March 1, 

1912, until general election). 

District No. 3 — C. C. Pedrick, Gainesville. 

District No. 4 — J. W. May, Micanopy. 

District No. 5 — E. R. B. Kite, Orange Heights. 

County Board Public Instruction. 

District No. 1 — R. B. Weeks, Hawthorne. 
District No. 2— H. B. Brooker, Bell. 
District No. 3 — I. F. Futch, Alachua. 

Justices of the Peace. 

District No. 1— T. B. Tillis, Waldo. 

District No. ' 2 — J. T. Stokes, LeCrosse. 

District No. 3 — H. C. Sealy, Alachua (resigned Novem- 
ber 3, 1911, and R. A. Caswell, of Alachua, commis- 
sioned November 16, 1911, until next general election). 

District No. 4 — T. L. Townsend, Bell (resigned April 4, 
1911, and C. S. Rumph, of Alachua, commissioned Feb- 
ruary 15, 1911, until next general election). 

District No. 5 — T. J. Lindsey, Trenton. 



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District No. 6 — Ira J. Carter, Newberry. 

District No. 8 — Fred Causey, Hawthorne (resigned 
February 7, 1912, and P. A. Stamps, of Hawthorne, 
commissioned February 26, 1912, until next general 
election). 

District No. 9 — J. H. Martin, Island Grove. 

District No. 10 — J. W. Smith, Micanopy. 

District No. 11 — A. D. Chamblin, Archer (resigned 
April 1, 1911, and C. W. Baldwin, of Archer, commis- 
sioned May 12, 1811, until next general election). 

District . .o. 15 — John Koberts, Rochelle. 

District No. 17— R. W. Small, Hague. 

District No. 19 — C. P. Lawrence, Orange Heights. 

District No. 20 — M. A. Bexley, High Springs. 

District No. 21— S. O. Barrow, Bell. 

District No. 23— J. M. Everett, Trenton. 

District No. 24 — C. S. Rumph, Alachua (resigned March 
13, 1911, and M. T. Fralick, of Alachua, commissioned 
April 14, 1911, until next general election). 

District No. 25 — J. A. Carlisle, Gainesville. 

Constables. 

District No. 2 — C. T. Cason, LaCrosse. 

District No. 3 — S. M. Richardson, Alachua. 

District No. 4— J. L. Thomas, Willeford. 

District No. 6 — S. G. Wynn, Newberry. 

District No. 7 — W. R. Dixon, Gainesville. 

District No. 11— R. L. Smith, Archer. 

District No. 15 — John Thomas, Rochelle. 

District No. 20— S. P. Thomas, High Springs. 

District No. 21— M. T. Waters, Bell (resigned April 3, 

1912, and J. S. White, of Bell, commissioned June 13, 

1912, until next general election). 

District No. 23— F. D. Peterson, Wilcox. 

District No. 24— J. F. Cook, Alachua. 



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Inspectors of Marks and Brands. 

District No. 11 — A. D. Chamblin, Alachua; term expires 
June 1, 1913. 

District No. 20 — M. G. Knight, High Springs; term ex- 
pires October 17, 1916. 

Inspector of Timber and Lumber. 

O. E. Baynard, Gainesville; term expires November 9, 
1914. 



BAKER 

County Seat — Macclenny. 

County Judge — J. B. McCormick (deceased, and J. N. 

Milton, commissioned September 3, 1912, until next 

general election). 
Sheriff — J. O. Powers (resigned December 15, 1911, and 

L. M. Dyal, commissioned December 15, 1911, until next 

general election). 
Clerk Circuit Court— T. C. Carroll. 
Superintendent Public Instruction — W. R. Simmons. 
County Assessor of Taxes — W. C. Thompson. 
Tax Collector— G. M. Clayton. 
County Treasurer — J. W. Dowling. 
Supervisor of Registration — Tate Powell. 

County Commissioners. 

District No. 1 — T. J. Alford, Sanderson. 

District No. 2— S. E. Dobson, Olnstee. 

District No. 3 — J. R. Barnes, Macclenny. 

District No. 4 — I. C. Combs, Taylor. 

District No. 5 — John E. Burnsed, Macclenny. 



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County Board Public Instruction. 

District No. 1 — E. W. Turner, Macclenny. 
District No. 2 — W. L. Crawford, Sanderson. 
District No. 3— W. G. Taylor, Taylor, Fla. 

Justices of the Peace. 

District No. 1 — Thos. R. Canova, Sanderson. 

District No. 2 — Preston B. Barefoot, Olustee. 

District No. 3 — C. C. Corbett, Macclenny. 

District No. 4 — William R. Rhoden, Taylor. 

Constables. 

District No. 2— W. H. Shaw, Jr., Olustee. 
District No. 4 — J. L. Dowling, Taylor. 



BRADFORD. 

County Seat — Starke 

County Judge — Thomas J. Dekle. 

Sheriff — J. N. Langford (deceased, and S. B. Denmark, 

commissioned September 4, 1912, until next general 

election). 
Clerk Circuit Court— W. T. Weeks. 
Superintendent Public Instruction — J. C. Poppell. 
County Surveyor — -G. E. Kelly. 
County Assessor of Taxes — N. I). Wainwright. 
Tax Collector — J. J. Colson. 
County Treasurer — J. S. Griner. 
Supervisor of Registration — E. C. Crosby. 



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County Commissioners. 

District No. 1— W. S. Croft, Lulu. 

District No. 2— C. A. Roberts, Lake Butler. 

District No. 3— B. I. Taylor, Raiford. 

District No. 4— C. L. Peek, Starke. 

District No. 5 — H. C. Clemons, Brooker. 

County Board Public Instruction. 

District No. 1— L. W. Kickliter, Starke. 
District No. 2— N. H. Stokes, Dukes. 
District No. 3 — M. P. Matkeny, Brooker. 

Justices op the Peace. 

District No. 1 — F. Moulin, Lawtey. 

District No. 2— F. M. Byrd, Lake Butler. 

District No. 4 — Wm. H. Kerce, Lulu (resigned January 
10, 1911, and A. H. Williams, of Dukes, commissioned 
March 10, 1911, and resigned April 12, 1911, and S. F. 
Prevatt, of Lulu, commissioned October 10, 1912, until 
next general election). 

District No. 5 — G. W. Lewis, Brooker. 

District No. 6— T. W. Sweat, Starke. 

District No. 7 — G. W. Bevill, Graham (resigned July 
29, 1912, and S. 0. Johnson, Sr., of Hampton, commis- 
sioned August 6, 1912; resigned and W. G. Seals, of 
Hampton, commissioned October 10, 1912, until next 
general election). 

District No. 8— N. T. Ricb, Jr., Raiford. 

District No. 9 — J. E. Perry, Dukes. 

Constables. 

District No. 1 — George L. Futch, Lawtey. 
District No. 2 — J. B. Dowling, Lake Butler. 



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District No. 4 — J. F. Williams, Dukes. 

District No. 5 — C. N. Shaw, Brooker. 

District No. 6 — Malory Jones, Starke. 

District No. 7 — A. A. Durden, Hampton. 

District No. 8 — D. B. Browning, Raiford. 

District No. 9— T. H. Rimes, Dukes. 



Inspectors of Marks and Brands. 

District No. 1 — J. R. Parmenter, Lawtey ; term expires 

July 11, 1914. (Resigned July 7, 1911). 
District No. 6 — F. A. Moore, Starke; term expires July 

11, 1914. 



BREVARD. 

County Seat — Titusville. 

County Judge — B. R. Wilson. 

Sheriff — Joseph P. Brown. 

Clerk Circuit Court — A. A. Stewart. 

Superintendent Puhlic Instruction — John R. Walker. 

County Surveyor — L. R. Paxton. 

County Assessor of Taxes — W. H. Hall. 

Tax Collector— Philip H. Wright. 

County Treasurer — R. F. Hatch. 

Supervisor of Registration — T. J. Cockshutt. 

County Commissioners. 



District No. 1 — J. M. Osban, Titusville. 

District No. 2 — S. A. Osteen, Lotus. 

District No. 3— E. B. Arnold, Malabar. 

District No. 4 — William A. Heaton, Cocoa. 

District No. 5 — P. L. Kyzer, Minis. 



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County Board Public Instruction. 

District No. 1 — A. J. Carter, Turnbull. 
District No. 2 — George S. Singleton, Cocoa. 
District No. 3 — E. Svedelius, Valkaria. 

Justices of the Peace. 

District No. 1 — L. K. Myers, Mims. 

District No. 3 — W. H. Cresson, City Point. 

District No. 4 — J. M. Sanders, Cocoa. 

District No. 5 — John Houston, Eau Gallie (resigned 
February 21, 1912, and Win. R. Roesch, of Eau Gallie, 
commissioned March 19, 1912, until next general elec- 
tion. 

District No. 6 — Charles T. McBride, Melbourne. 

District No. 8 — Henry R. Morse, Grant. 

District No. 9 — G. F. Ensey, Tropic. 

District No. 12 — Charles H. Nauman, Clifton. 

District No. 13 — William C. Peterson, Canaveral. 

Constables. 

District No. 1 — J. W. Roberts, Mims (resigned June 13, 

1911). 
District No. 5 — W. S. Thomas, Eau Gallie. 



CALHOUN. 

County Seat — Blountstown. 

County Judge — J. W. Leath. 

Sheriff — J. L. Alexander. 

Clerk Circuit Court — S. B. Atkins. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — P. F. Fisher. 

County Surveyor — W. J. Franklin. 



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Count}' Assessor of Taxes — E. L. Branch. 
Tax Collector — J. T. Grayson. 
County Treasurer — J. N. Durham. 
Supervisor of Registration — John H. Stone, Jr. 

County Commissioners. 

District No. 1 — H. B. Gaskin, Blountstown. 

District No. 2 — J. M. Hansford, Altha. 

District No. 3 — J. G. Lamb, Carr. 

District No. 4— J. B. Griffin, Kinard. 

District No. 5— W. L. Whitfield, Early. 

County Board Public Instruction. 

District No. 1— W. J. Sullivan, Altha. 
District No. 2 — J. M. Yon, Blountstown. 
District No. 3— B. F. Pitts, Frink. 

Justices of the Peace. 

District No. 1 — L. M. Barbee, Blountstown. 

District No. 2 — J. F. Barfield, Henderson. 

District No. 4— W. T. Chafin, Chafin. 

District No. 5 — E. G. Mack, Wewahitchka (resigned 
August 19, 1912, and E. M. Pridgeon, of Wewahitchka, 
commissioned September 4, 1912, until next general 
election. 

District No. 6 — Robert Melton, Farmdale. 

Constables. 



District No. 1 — Z. M. Messer, Blountstown. 

District No. 2— W. G. Davis, Selman. 

District No. 4 — James R. Gibbs, Chafin. 

District No. 5 — A. L. Buford, Wewahitchka. 



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District No. 7 — M. A. Calloway, Port St. Joe (resigned 
November 19, 1912). 

Fish and Game Warden. 
C. L. Land, Kinard (resigned March 7, 1911). 



CITRUS. 
County Seat — Inverness. 

County Judge — George W. De Muro. 
Sheriff — George R. Carter. 
Clerk Circuit Court— Walter F. Warnock. 
Superintendent Public Instruction — Robert L. Turner. 
County Surveyor — John E. King. 
County Assessor of Taxes — George J. Boswell. 
Tax Collector— Charles E. Allen. 
County Treasurer — Francis M. Dampier. 
Supervisor of Registration — W. J. Moon. 
Probation Officer — Thos. P. Allen, Inverness; term ex- 
pires October 11, 1915. 

County Commissioners. 

District No. 1 — David J. Turner, Crystal River. 

District No. 2 — J. H. Gerock, Homosassa. 

District No. 3 — John Y. Barnes, Lecanto. 

District No. 4 — J. A. Hampton, Floral City. 

District No. 5 — J. D. Stephens, Inverness. 

County Board Public Instruction. 

District No. 1 — J. M. Young, Inverness. 
District No. 2 — John B. Winn, Crystal River. 
District No. 3— Millard F. Dick, Floral City. 



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Justices of the Peace. 

District No. 2— J. E. Stevens, Crystal River (resigned 
February 16, 1911). 

District No. 4 — George T. Nelson, Floral City. 

District No. 5 — C. P. Lawrence, Hernando (resigned 
July 1, 1912, and E. B. Croft, of Hernando, commis- 
sioned August 8, 1912, until next general election. 

District No. 6 — O. E. Edwards, Crystal River. 

District No. 7 — Lewis H. Marlow, Holder. 

Constables. 

District No. 2 — Quitman Hay, Crystal River. 

District No. 4 — George C. Watson, Floral City. 

District No. 5— J. M. Colley, Hernando. 

District No. 7— M. T. Smith, Holder. 

Insppector op Marks and Brands. 

District No. 1 — J. J. Baxley, Red Level ; term expires 
October 25, 1913. 

District No. 2 — W. S. Paul, Crystal River; term expires 
March 12, 1913. 

District No. 5 — Dow J. Allen, Lecanto; term expires 
October 25, 1914. 

District No. 8 — W. R. Rooks, Floral City; term expires 
September 16, 1913. 

District No. 14 — A. F. Spooner, Hernando; term expires 
September 15, 1913. 

District No. 11 — W. H. Anderson, Hernando; term ex- 
pires October 17, 1914. 

District No. 15— P. F. Edwards, Holder; term expires 
October 16, 1914. 

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CLAY. 

County Seat — Green Cove Springs. 

County Judge — George W. Geiger. 

Sheriff — James Weeks (deceased, and T. S. Cherry, com- 
missioned September 20, 1911, until next general elec- 
tion). 

Clerk Circuit Court— M. W. Griffis. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — William H. Biggs. 

County Assessor of Taxes — Levy E. Carter. 

Tax Collector— Edmund N. Holt. 

County Treasurer — P. J. Canova. 

County Surveyor — William H. Fleming. 

Supervisor of Registration — W. W. Carter. 

County Commissioners. 

District No. 1 — V. D. Eddy, Green Cove Springs. 

District No. 2 — T. S. Cherry, Peoria (resigned Septem- 
ber 5, 1911, and Joshua N. West, of Orange Park, com- 
missioned September 14, 1911, until next general elec- 
tion. 

District No. 3— W. H. Blitch, Middleburg. 

District No. 4 — H. R. Alderman, Lake Geneva. 

District No. 5 — G. W. Tyre, Belmore. 

County Board Public Instruction. 

District No. 1 — A. J. Mnrrhee, Green Cove Springs. 
District No. 2 — H. D. Carter, Maxville. 
District No. 3 — Elam Glisson, McRae. 

Justices of the Peace. 

District No. 1 — D. D. Swartley, Green Cove Springs 
(resigned September 2, 1912). 



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District No. 2 — N. J. Strickland, Orange Park (re- 
signed November 6, 1911). 
District No. 3 — George R. Frisbee, Sr., Middleburg. 
District No. 4 — William F. Grand, Highland. 

Constables. 

District No. 1 — Tames Stokes, Green Cove Springs. 

Inspectors of Timber and Lumber. 

George L. Broer, Green Cove Springs ; term expires 
September 8, 1914. 



COLUMBIA. 

County Seat Lake City. 

County Judge — Wash M. Ives. 

Sheriff— W. E. Dennard. 

Clerk Circuit Court — W. J. Roebuck. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — J. W. Burns. 

County Surveyor — C. B. Toney. 

County Assessor of Taxes — A. B. Brown. 

Tax Collector — W. M. Dowling. 

County Treasurer — James R. Lites. 

Supervisor of Registration — Donald Tompkins. 

County Commissioners. 

District No. 1— S. S. Keen, Lake City. 

District No. 2— G. W. Helton, Lake City. 

District No. 3-D. H. Herlong, Fort White. 

District No. 4— E. E. Tolbert, Lake City. 

District No. 5 — J. A. W T arren, Lake City. 



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County Board Public Instruction. 

District No. 1— A. R. Moore, Lake City. 
District No. 2— R. W. Turner, Lake City. 
District No. 3— S. L. Berry, Lake City. 

Justices of the Peace. 



District No. 1- 
District No. 2- 
District No. 3- 
District No. 4- 
District No. 5- 
District No. 6- 
District No. 8- 
District No. 10- 
District No. 11- 
30, 1912, and 
sioned August 



-W. W. Tolbert, Columbia. 

-J. R. Waldron, Benton. 

-H. R. Thomas, Lake City. 

-W. H. Havird, Lake City. 

-C. C. Parker, Lake City. 

-J. M. Tolbert, Fort White. 

-M. H. English, Lake City. 

-W. J. Edwards, Lake City. 

-C. H. Bond, Watertown (resigned July 

G. G. Hodges, of Watertown, commis- 

8, 1912, until next general election. 



Constables. 



District No. 1 — C. R. Coats, Columbia. 

District No. 2 — W. H. Register, Benton. 

District No. 3 — J. J. Denmark, Lake City. 

District No. 4 — J. C. Milling, White Springs. 

District No. 5 — C. W. Barwick, Lake City. 

District No. 6— W. C. Knight, Fort White. 

District No. 8 — J. S. Toney, Lake City (resigned May 
22, 1912, and A. A. Hodges, of Lake City, commissioned 
October 8, 1912, until next general election. 

District No. 10 — R. J. Stewart, Lake City (resigned, and 
A. M. Purvis, of Lake City, commissioned July 8, 1.911 ; 
resigned June 29, 1912, and W. H. Brown, commis- 
sioned July 9, 1912, until next general election). 

District No. 11 — T. J. Robinson, Watertown. 



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DADE. 

County Seat — Miami. 

County Judge — John C Gramling (resigned May 29, 1911, 
and R. B. Gautier, commissioned June 20, 1911, until 
next general election). 

Sheriff — Dan Hardie. 

Clerk Circuit Court— Z. T. Merritt. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — R. E. Hall. 

County Surveyor — E. S. Frederick. 

County Assessor of Taxes — James F. Jaudon. 

Tax Collector — R. B. McLendon. 

County Treasurer — William A. Filer (deceased, and 
Lottie E. Filer, commissioned October 10, 1912, until 
next general election. 

Supervisor of Registration — George C. Bolles, term ex- 
pired and Athos T. La Salle, commissioned July 30, 
1912. 

Clerk Criminal Court of Record — H. Dale Miller. 

County Commissioners. 

District No. 1 — F. R. Oliver, Fort Lauderdale (resigned 
March 9, 1911, and F. A. Bryan, of Fort Lauderdale, 
commissioned May 4, 1911, until next general election). 

District No. 2 — E. T. Higgs, Lemon City. 

District No. 3 — S. A. Belcher, Miami. 

District No. 4 — J. J. Hinson, Larkin. 

District No. 5 — Thomas Brewer, Homestead. 

County Board Public Instruction. 

District No. 1 — J. M. Holding, Dania. 
District No. 2 — A. Leight Monroe, Miami. 
District No. 3 — J. G. Crossland, Miami. 



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Justices of the Peace. 

District No. 4 — W. L. Forrey, Boynton. 

District No. 6 — W. B. Cassels, Pompano. 

District No. 9— E. F. Moffatt, Lemon City. 

District No. 10 — L. R. Railey, Miami (resigned May 29, 
1911, and W. C. McCall, of Miami, commissioned Au- 
gust 2, 1911, until next general election. 

District No. 13— C. W. Hill, Naranja. 

District No. 15 — W. S. Sands, Dania. 

Constables. 

District No. 5 — F. H. Whidden, Delray (resigned Octo- 
ber 5, 1911). 

District No. 7 — K. A. Goodbread, Miami. 

District No. 10 — W. G. DeBerry, Miami (resigned Feb. 
5, 1912, and Elmer T. Hodge, of Miami commissioned 
February 17, 1912, until next general election. 

District No. 13 — Wm. Anderson, Naranja. 

District No. 15 — J. W. Humphries, Dania. 

Fish and Game Warden. 

W. N. Hull, Miami ; term expires December 26, 1913. 

Probation Officer. 

J. J. Coombs, Miami ; term expires December 8, 1915. 

Commissioners of Pilotage. 

John Sewell, Miami; term expires July 2, 1915. 
J. I. Wilson, Miami ; term expires July 2, 1915. 
W. C. Maynard, Miami ; term expires July 7, 1915. 
J. N. Lummus, Miami ; term expires July 7, 1915. 
John W. Watson, Miami ; term expires July 14, 1915. 



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DE SOTO. 

County Seat — Arcadia. 

County Judge— R. E. Brown (resigned May 19, 1911, and 

A. Yancy Teachy commissioned June 30, 1911, until 

next general election). 
Sheriff — A. C. Freeman. 
Clerk Circuit Court — Henry E. Carlton. 
Superintendent Public Instruction — W. B. Hare. 
County Surveyor — M. E. Albritton. 
County Assessor of Taxes — Henry G. Murphy. 
Tax Collector — Cyril Baldwin. 
County Treasurer — J. A. Hendry. 
Supervisor of Registration — M. R. W. Albritton; term 

expired and S. T. Langford, commissioned August 8th, 

1912. 

County Commissioners. 

District No. 1— L. W. Whitehurst, Wauchula. 

District No. 2 — C. W. Pearce, Arcadia. 

District No. 3 — E. B. Huckeby, Cleveland (deceased, 

and F. M. Cooper, of Punta Gorda, commissioned June 

26, 1911, until next general election. 
District No. 4 — W. H. Hooker, Arcadia. 
District No. 5 — W. J. Wingate, Wauchula. 

County Board Public Instruction. 

District No. 1 — E. L. Richardson, Avon Park (deceased, 
and T. R. Starke, of Bowling Green, commissioned Au- 
gust 9, 1911) ; (deceased, and Chas. Martin, of Bowling 
Green, commissioned March 22, 1912, until next general 
election). 

District No. 2— F. B. McClelland, Brownville. 



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District No. 3 — Jesse R. Sandlin, Punta Gorda (re- 
signed July 25, 1911, and H. A. Ware, of Fort Ogden, 
commissioned August 2, 1911, until next general elec- 
tion). 

Justices of the Peace. 

District No. 1— G. H. Gill, Fort Green. 

District No. 2 — D. M. Cason, Wauchula. 

District No. 6— Roy Buchan, McCall, (resigned April 
18, 1912. 

District No. 7 — George W. McLane, Punta Gorda. 

District No. 8 — H. J. Downing, Fort Ogden. 

District No. 9 — R. B. Armstrong, Arcadia. 

District No. 11 — Juan C. Edmundoz, Moffitt. 

District No. 14 — A. Winthrop Sargent, Avon Park. 

District No. 16 — Charles C. Wandell, Gardner (resigned 
February 3, 1911, and J. L. Griffin, of Gardner, com- 
missioned October 9, 1911, until next general election). 

Constables. 

District No. 2 — A. S. Johnson, Wauchula (resigned 

April 22, 1912). 
District No. 7— B. A. Wachob, Punta Gorda. 
District No. 8 — A. J. Patrick, Fort Ogden. 
District No. 16— J. S. Tillis, Gardner. 

Inspectors of Marks and Brands. 

District No. 1 — Thomas N. Carlton, Wauchula; term 
expires June 28, 1913. 

District N. 1 — C. J. Carlton, Wauchula; term expires 
June 28, 1913. 

District No. 1 — James Alderman, Fort Green; term ex- 
pires December 10, 1913. 

District No. 2 — R, B. Gause, Lily; term expires July 
29, 1913. 



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District No. 2 — Charles W. Hagan, Pine Level; term 
expires July 21, 1913. 

District No. 2— W. D. Piatt, Piatt; term expires De- 
cember 22, 1913. 

District No. 3 — George D. Rhodes, Punta Gorda; term 
expires July 4, 1913. 

District No. 3 — J. C. Hobson, Cleveland; term expires 
July 25, 1913. 

District No. 3 — A. H. Albritton, Lily; term expires Feb- 
ruary 2, 1914. 

District No. 4 — Albert Carlton, Nocatee; term expires 
August 3, 1913. 

District No. 4 — T. D. Powell, Arcadia ; term expires 
July 16, 1913. 

District No. 4 — Daniel Coker, Gardner; term expires 
August 18, 1913. 

District No. 5 — J. M. Alderman, Moffit; term expires 
July 19, 1913. 

District No. 5 — Irvin Raulerson, Avon Park; term ex- 
pires July 4, 1913. 

District No. 5 — H. E. Godwin, Avon Park; term expires 
July 1, 1913. 

District No. 5 — S. L. Griffin, Wauchula; term expires 
June 30, 1913. 

District No. 5 — J. I. Roberts, Zolfo; term expires July 
5, 1913. 

District No. 11 — S. E. Roberts, Zolfo; term expires 
November 1, 1913. 

District No. 13 — W. L. Koon, Punta Gorda; term ex- 
pires July 4, 1913. 

District No. 3 — J. A. Albritton, Limestone; term ex- 
pires June 21, 1915. 

District No. 26 — J. B. Moody, Charlotte; term expires 
July 26, 1915. 

District No. 2 — John L. Martin, Charlotte; term ex- 
pires August 4, 1915. 



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DUVAL. 

County Seat — Jacksonville. 

County Judge — Henry B. Phillips. 

Sheriff— R. F. Bowden. 

Clerk Circuit Court — Philip Dell Cassidey. 

Clerk Criminal Court of Record — R. C. Ingram. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — James Q. Palmer. 

County Surveyor — Walter Overstreet. 

County Assessor of Taxes — A. L. Turner. 

Tax Collector — John W. Rast. 

County Treasurer — A. W. Barrs. 

Supervisor of Registration — A. R. Doran. 

County Commissioners. 

District No. 1 — Charles F. Flynn, Jacksonville. 

District No. 2 — Daniel J. Conroy, Jacksonville. 

District No. 3— C. W. Ellis, Jacksonville. 

District No. 4 — Forrest J. Hyde, Jacksonville. 

District No. 5 — E. P. Holmes, Jacksonville. 

County Board Public Instruction. 

District No. 1 — George C. Bedell, Jacksonville. 
District No. 2 — W. M. Stockton, Jacksonville. 
District No. 3 — Harrison Starratt, Jacksonville. 

Justices of the Peace. 



District No. 3 — D. J. Parrish, Baldwin. 

District No. 4— W. H. Loftin, Jacksonville. 

District No. 6 — Thomas Hickling, Chaseville. 

District No. 7 — Benjamin Porter, South Jacksonville. 

District No. 9 — R. E. McDowell, Panama Park. 



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District No. 10 — L. D. Howell, Jacksonville (resigned 
February 11, 1907, and Chas. D. Abbott, of Jackson- 
ville, commissioned February 11, 1911, until next gen- 
eral election). 

District No. 11— E. E. Willard, Jacksonville. 

Constables. 

District No. 3 — O. W. Coleman, Baldwin. 

District No. 4 — E. V. Dyess, Jacksonville (resigned 

March 19, 1912). 
District No. 7 — Percy Bowden, South Jacksonville- 
District No. 10 — Frank Jones, Jacksonville. 
District No. 11 — Ben Jones, Jacksonville. 

Fish and Game Warden. 

W. McL. Dancy, Jacksonville; term expires February 
16, 1914. 

Inspectors op Timber and Lumber. 

W. A. Ogilvie, Callahan; term expires August 19, 1914. 

W. M. Mason, Jr., Jacksonville; term expires October 
9, 1914. 

William M. Mason, Jacksonville; term expires October 
9, 1914. 

Charles E. Jones, Jacksonville; term expires October 
20, 1914. 

K. W. McLeod, Jacksonville; term expires October 28, 
1914. 

Frank A. Jones, Jacksonville; term expires October 28, 
1914. 

C. A. Noyes, Jacksonville ; term expires November 6, 
1914. 

Ernest A. Jones, Jacksonville; term expires November 
14, 1914. 



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George V. T. Dow, Jacksonville; term expires Decem- 
ber 20, 1914. 

C. B. Jones, Jacksonville; term expires July 2, 1915. 

J. O. Harrison, Jacksonville; term expires September 
18, 1015. 

W. B. Scott, Jacksonville; term expires October 13, 
1915. 

A. B. deMontmollin, Jacksonville; term expires July 8, 
1916. 

Inspectors of Naval Stores. 

W. P. Baldwin, Jacksonville; term expires March 10, 
1913. 

J. L. Head, Jacksonville; term expires July 9, 1913. 

M. J. Woods, Jacksonville; term expires May 15, 1915. 

John C. Powell, Jacksonville; term expires August 21, 
1915. 

J. R. Parker, Jacksonville ; term expires March 1, 1916. 

S. W. Register, Jacksonville; term expires March 19, 
1916. 

Glasgow M. White, Jacksonville; term expires May 9, 
1916. 

H. C. Neff, Jacksonville; term expires November 5, 
1916. 

Commissioners of Pilotage. 

Francis P. Conroy, Jacksonville; term expires June 16, 
1915. 

Z. T. Anderson, Jacksonville; term expires June 16, 
1915. 

A. R. Merrill, Jacksonville; term expires June 16, 1915. 

George R. Foster, Jacksonville; term expires June 16, 
1915. 

C. E. Garner,* Jacksonville; term expires June 16, 1915. 



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Probation Officer. 



W. B. Crawford, Jacksonville; term expires Septem- 
ber 22, 1915 (resigned January 10, 1912). 



ESCAMBIA. 

County Seat — Pensacola. 

Covary Judge — Henry Bellinger. 
Sheriff— J. C. Van Pelt. 
Clerk Circuit Court — James MacGibbon. 
Clerk Criminal Court of Becord — John L. Pinney. 
Superintendent Public Instruction — N. B. Cook. 
County Assessor of Taxes — W. W. Richards. 
Tax Collector— J. S. Roberts. 
County Treasurer— J. Ed. Williams. 

Supervisor of Registration— J. D. Goss (term expired 
and Frank Maura, commissioned October 19, 1912). 

County Commissioners. 

District No. 1 — P. McLellan, Tensacola. 

District No. 2 — Joseph I. Johnson, Pensacola. 

District No. 3 — George H. Davis, Cantonment. 

District No. 4 — Arthur W. Davis, Pensacola. 

District No. 5 — M. O. Baggett, McDavid. 

County Board Public Instruction. 

District No. 1 — D. J. Hays, Pensacola. 
District No. 2 — Frank E. Brawner, Pensacola. 
District No. 3— J. W. Crary, Bluff Springs. 



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Justices of the Peace. 

District No. 2 — R. L. Nickelson, Pensacola. 

District No. 3— T. B. Beck, Cantonment. 

District No. 5 — J. M. Harrison, McDavid. 

District No. 6 — W. H. Mitchell, Century (deceased, 

and J. L. Hurrey of Century, commissioned September 

9, 1912, until next general election. 
District No. 7 — H. K. Little, Atmore, Ala. 

Constables. 

District No. 2 — Charles P. Bobe, Pensacola. 

District No. 3 — Ed Larsen, Cantonment. 

District No. 5 — Allen W. Brewton, McDavid. 

District No. 6 — W. M. Bowman, Century. 

District No. 7 — Eugene Rigby, Atmore, Ala. 

Probation Officer. 

H. Paulsen, Pensacola ; term expires October 18, 1915. 

Fish and Game Warden. 

Gus A. Soderliud, Pensacola; term expires February 
12, 1913. 

Inspector of Timber and Lomber. 

J. T. Harper, Pensacola ; term expires January 20, 1913. 

J. S. McGaughgy, Pensacola; term expires April 1, 
1913. 

H. F. Gonzalez, Pensacola ; term expires May 6, 1913. 

George W. Harper, Pensacola ; term expires August 15, 
1913. 

C. G. Murphy, Pensacola; term expires July 9, 1915. 



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Chas. W. Oliver, Pensacola; term expires November 12, 
1916. 

E. Ed. Williams, Pensacola; term expires November 12, 
1916. 

Inspectors of Naval Stores. 

E. P. Welch, Pensacola ; term expires March 2, 1913. 
A. J. Murphy, Pensacola ; term expires March 10, 1913. 
George L. Mount, Pensacola; term expires April 8, 
1913. 

D. H. Tart, Pensacola ; term expires June 15, 1913. 

P. E. Stringfield, Pensacola; term expires January 27, 
1914. 

W. T. Daly, Pensacola ; term expires April 26. 1914. 

E. M. Parker, Pensacola ; term expires October 23, 1915. 
H. C. Stringfield, Pensacola; term expires March 19, 

1916. 

E. A. Eggart, Pensacola ; term expires August 8, 1916. 

Commissioners op Pilotage. 

T. E. Welles, Pensacola; term expires June 10, 1913. 
John A. Merritt, Pensacola; term expires June 10, 1913. 
E. M. Cary, Pensacola ; term expires June 10, 1913. 
James M. Flinn, Pensacola ; term expires June 10, 1913 
(deceased, and A. H. McLeod, commissioned July 20, 

1911, until ensuing session of Senate; confirmed by 
Senate, session, 1912, and recommissioned October 22, 

1912, for unexpired term of J. M. Flinn). 

Isaac H. Aikin, Pensacola; term expires June 10, 1913. 

Harbor Master. 

J. Ed Abercrombie, Pensacola; term expires June 15, 
1913. 



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Custodian of Lost Timber and Lumber. 

George J. Sloeum, Pensacola; term expires June 15, 
1913. 



FRANKLIN. 

County Seat — Apalachicola. 

County Judge— H. W. Johnston. 

Sheriff— A. B. Gibson. 

Clerk Circuit Court — R. H. Porter. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — A. A. Core. 

County Assessor of Taxes — Charles H. Lovett. 

Tax Collector— G. W. Hinsey. 

County Treasurer — H. L. Oliver. 

Supervisor of Registration — J. H. Turner. 

County Commissioners. 

District No. 1 — R. M. Yent, Apalachicola. 

District No. 2 — John H. Hoffman, Apalachicola. 

District No. 3 — C. E. Harper, Apalachicola (deceased, 
A. J. Zingarelli, of Apalachicola, commissioned Novem- 
ber 6, 1911, until next general election. 

District No. 4 — H. D. Marks, Apalachicola. 

District No. 5 — T. E. Mash, Carrabelle. 

County Board Public Instruction. 

District No. 1 — Joseph Daly, Apalachicola. 
District No. 2 — J. L. Robinson, Carrabelle. 
District No. 3-D. H. Brown, East Point. 

Justices of the Peace. 

District No. 1 — L. Boylston, Apalachicola. 
District No. 2— C. T. Wathen, Carrabelle. 



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Constables. 

District No. 1 — J. R. Lovett, Apalachicola. 

District No. 2 — Thomas Everitt, Carrabelle (resigned 

March 25, 1912, and Silas J. Long, commissioned April 

24, 1912, until next general election. 

Commissioners op Pilotage. 

C. H. Lind, Apalachicola; term expires June 14, 1913. 

Frank Comforter, Apalachicola; term expires June 14, 
1913. 

A. L. Wing, Apalachicola ; term expires June 14, 1913. 

A. B. Porter, Apalachicola ; term expires June 14, 1913. 

Henry L. Mattair, Carrabelle; term expires July 4, 
1913. 

Inspectors of Timber and Lumber. 

R. P. Tully, Apalachicola; term expires November 8, 
1913. 

H. B. Mahoney, Carrabelle; term expires October 16, 
1914. 

Frederick A. Hoffman, Apalachicola; term expires No- 
vember 3, 1914. 



GADSDEN. 

County Seat — Quincy, 

County Judge — Paul S. Thomson. 

Sheriff — G. Scott Gregory. 

Clerk Circuit Court— T. R. Cantey. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — A. J. Key. 

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County Surveyor — Lee Wells. 

County Assessor of Taxes — H. L. Sheppard. 

Tax Collector — R. M. Morgan (deceased, and C. S. Curtis 

commissioned December 14, 1912, for unexpired term. 
County Treasurer — A. S. Woodberry. 
Supervisor of Registration— M. F. Burghard. 

County Commissioners. 

District No. 1 — James H. Gray, Concord. 

District No. 2 — William M. Corry, Quincy. 

District No. 3 — D. L. Nixon, Mount Pleasant. 

District No. 4 — S. W. Anderson, Greensboro. 

District No. 5 — A. L. Wilson, Quincy. 

County Board Public Instruction. 

District No. 1 — J. W. Hinson, Hinson. 
District No. 2 — E. C. Love, Quincy. 
District No. 3 — J. C. Inman, Greensboro. 

Justices of the Peace. 

District No. 1 — Jobn H. Thompson, Quincy. 

District No. 3 — Donald Paterson, Concord. 

District No. 4 — T. G. Hollo way, Havana (resigned Octo- 
ber 4, 1911, and Thomas Howell, of Havana, commis- 
sioned November 10, 1911, until next general election). 

District No. 9 — C. A. Gramling, River Junction. 

District No. 10 — A. D. Johnson, Mount Pleasant. 

Constables. 



District No. 1 — J. B. Bush, Quincy. 
District No. 7 — D. H. Anderson, Edwards. 
District No. 9 — W. H. Edwards, River Junction. 
District No. 10— H. H. McPhaul, Mount Pleasant. 



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HAMILTON. 

County Seat — Jasper. 

County Judge — D. B. Johnson. 

Sheriff— T. B. Johns. 

Clerk Circuit Court — J. B. Wetherington. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — J. A. Jackson. 

County Surveyor — C. R. Home. 

County Assessor of Taxes — A. F. Green. 

Tax Collector — J. H. Long. 

County Treasurer — J. M. Geiger. 

Supervisor of Registration — John S. Frink. 

County Commissioners. 

District No. 1 — R. C. Hodges, Jennings. 

District No. 2 — W. W. Gordie, Jennings. 

District No. 3— W. S. Mitchell, Jasper. 

District No. 4 — C. F. Cone, White Springs 

District No. 5— E. G. Hill, Jasper. 

County Board Public Instruction. 

District No. 1- -W. J. Deas, West Lake. 
District No. 2— P. F. McCall, Jasper. 
District No. 3 — J. C. Cox, Genoa. 

Justices op the Peace. 



District No. 1 — A. J. Ward, Jennings. 

District No. 2 — F. C. Caldwell, Jasper. 

District No. 3 — Arch Avriett, White Springs. 

District No. 4 — G. C. Hutchison, Genoa. 

District No. 5— N. S. Hall, Marion. 

District No. 7 — H. J. Taylor, Jennings. 

District No. 8— G. W. Dempsey, Jennings. 



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Constables. 

District No. 2 — L. R. Taylor, Jasper. 
District No. 7 — J. W. Driggers, Jennings. 
District No. 8 — R. M. Bush, Jennings. 



HERNANDO. 

County Seat — Brooksville. 

County Judge — G. V. Ramsey. 
Sheriff— W. E. Law. 
Clerk Circuit Court — M. H. Snow. 
Superintendent Public Instruction — W. A. Thaxton. 
County Surveyor — John F. Hall. 
County Assessor of Taxes — A. B. Whelpley. 
Tax Collector — John C. Law. 
County Treasurer — H. C. Mickler. 

Supervisor of Registration — B. F. Kirk (term expired 
and T. L. Sewell, commissioned August 20, 1912). 

County Commissioners. 

District No. 1 — J. W. Gay, Riverland. 

District No. 2— W. P. Tucker, Brooksville. 

District No. 3 — W. R. Avers, Brooksville. 

District No. 4 — J. A. Jennings, Brooksville. 

District No. 5—1. G. Harville, Trilby. 

County Board Public Instruction. 

District No. 1 — D. S. Cappleman, Brooksville. 
District No. 2 — J. A. Morgan, Brooksville. 
District No. 3 — Jerry Kilpatrick, Bay City. 



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Justices op the Peace. 

District No. 1 — W. M. Morey, Riverland. 

District No. 2 — J. D. Bradley, Brooksville (resigned 

March 15, 1912). 
District No. 3 — J. G. Lee, Aripeka. 
District No. 4 — W. H. Hope, Brooksville. 

Constables. 

District No. 4 — J. A. Home, Bay Port. 
District No. 5 — B. B. Smith, Spring Lake. 

Inspectors of Marks and Brands. 

District No. 1— B. F. Fountain, Croom; term expires 
August 1, 1913. 

District No. 3 — W. P. Mathews, Aripeka; term expires 
July 29, 1913. 

District No. 4 — M. 0. Peterson, Brooksville; term ex- 
pires January 5, 1912. 

District No. 7 — W. E. Morey, Riverland; term expires 
July 19, 1913. 

District No. 9 — Walter Morris, Brooksville; term ex- 
pires September 9, 1913. 

District No. 4 — J. T. McKeown, Brooksville; term ex- 
pires February 10, 1915. 

District No. 9 — R. M. Stewart, Centralia; term expires 

May 1, 1915. 
District No. 1 — J. B. Cason, Terrell; term expires 

March 19, 1916. 

District No. 7 — W. P. Mills, Kalon; term expires June 
13, 1916 (resigned October 11, 1912). 



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HILLSBOROUGH. 

County Seat — Tampa. 

County Judge — William S. Graham. 
Sheriff — Robert A. Jackson. 
Clerk Circuit Court — Charles M. Knott. 
Superintendent Public Instruction — L. W. Buchholz. 
County Surveyor — George Fuchs. 
County Assessor of Taxes — Simeon E. Sparkman. 
Tax Collector — John L. Branch. 
County Treasurer — James J. Head. 

Supervisor of Registration — B. C. West; term expired, 
and C. J. Bravo, commissioned August 8, 1912. 

County Commissioners. 

District No. 1— W. W. Whitehurst, Wall Springs (de- 
ceased, and James M. Johnson, of Tampa, commis- 
sioned January 31, 1912, until next general election). 

District No. 2— P. H. Collins, Tampa. 

District No. 3— W. A. West, Tampa. 

District No. 4— E. J. DeVane, Plant City. 

District No. 5 — W. B. Moody, Riverview. 

County Board Public Instruction. 

District No. 1 — W. A. Belcher, Largo. (In Pinellas 
County, G. H. Symmes, of Riverview, commissioned 
January 25, 1912, until next general election). 

District No. 2 — John T. Gunn, Tampa. 

District No. 3 — William Schneider, Plant City. 

Justices op the Peace. 

District No. 3 — Leroy Brandon, Clearwater, (resigned 

December 12, 1911. 
District No. 6 — Lee J. Gibson, Tampa. 



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District No. 15 — I. M. Brandon, Brandon. 

District No. 16 — J. E. Johnson, Durant. 

District No. 19 — Thomas Calmes, Plant City. 

District No. 20 — C. L. Jackson, Tampa. 

District No. 22 — James G. Yeats, Port Tampa City (re- 
signed November 7, 1911, and R. E. Davis, of Port 
Tampa City, commissioned December 19, 1911, until 
next general election). 

District No. 24— W. P. Pemberton, Seffner. 

District No. 25 — Jerry J. Boyett, West Tampa. 

District No. 32— T. J. Burnett, Tampa. 

Constables. 

District No. 6 — Lesley N. Evans, Tampa. 
District No. 16— J. K. McDonald, Durant. 
District No. 19 — Joseph A. Hinton, Plant City, commis- 
sioned July 15, 1911, until next general election. 
District No. 20— W. M. Allen, Ybor City. 
District No. 22— Joseph S. Walker, Port Tampa City. 
District No. 25 — James W. Keggin, West Tampa. 
District No. 32— A. A. Gullette, Ybor City. 
District No. 33— R. E. Ewing, Plant City. 

Probation Officer's. 

Barry W. Branch, Plant City ; term expires October 26, 
1915. 

Mary A. Taylor, Tampa ; term expires October 26, 1915. 

Members Board of Commissioners. Town of Pass-a- 
Grille. 

J. J. Duffy, Pass-A-Grille. 

L. C. Schwerdtfeger, Pass-A-Grille. 

Edward C. Allen, St. Petersburg. 



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Inspectors of Naval Stores. 

W. C. Hamilton, Port Tampa City; term expires Feb- 
ruary 8, 1913. 

A. C. Bacon, Port Tampa City; term expires April 8, 
1913. 

Commissioners op Pilotage. 

H. L. Knight, Tampa; term expires June 8, 1913. 
V. B. Mcllvaine, Tampa ; term expires June 8, 1913. 
W. H. Caldwell, Tampa ; term expires June 8, 1913. 
G. N. Benjamin, West Tampa; term expires June 8, 
1913. 

L. L. Buchanan, Tampa; term expires July 8, 1913. 

Harbor Master. 
Thomas M. Weir, Tampa ; term expires June 20, 1913. 

Inspectors op Timber and Lumber. 

B. A. Wolff, Tampa ; term expires October 28, 1914. 
Archie King, Tampa ; term expires November 22, 1914. 

Fish and Game Warden. 

Ben R. Boyd, Tampa; term expired September 22, 1912 
(resigned September 5, 1911). 

Inspectors op Marks and Brands. 

I. J. Beatty, Tampa ; term expires February 15, 1913. 
G. C. Bryan, Tampa ; term expires February 24, 1913. 
D. J. Booth, Safety Harbor; term expires October 11, 
1913. 



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Alex Whitehurst, Tarpon Springs; term expires Janu- 
ary 27, 1914. 

District No. 25 — D. J. Whiddon, West Tampa, term ex- 
pires March 23, 1915. 



HOLMES. 

County Seat — Bonipay. 

County Judge — J. A. J. Hathaway. 

Sheriff— H. E. Hickman. 

Clerk Circuit Court— W. H. Brett, Jr. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — C. A. Fulford. 

County Surveyor — S. F. French. 

County Assessor of Taxes — J. B. Andrews. 

Tax Collector — J. W. Johnson. 

County Treasurer — J. W. Miller. 

Supervisor of Registration — W. H. Martin. 

County Commissioners. 

District No. 1 — Joshua Sutton, Ponce de Leon. 

District No. 2— M. M. Carroll, Westville. 

District No. 3— J. E. Williams, Esto. 

District No. 4— Geo. W. Smith, Black, Ala. 

District No. 5 — J. W. Register, Bonifay (resigned May 
10, 1912, and J. S. Andrews, of Bonifay, commissioned 
June 25, 1912, until next general election). 

County Board Public Instruction. 

District No. 1 — J. T. Murphy, Graceville. 
District No. 2 — A. A. Porter, Westville. 
District No. 3— W. S. Pagett, Dady. 



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Justices op the Peace. 

District No. 1 — John W. Hawkins, Westville. 

District No. 2— T. R. McDonald, Dady. 

District No. 4— W. T. Retherford, Black, Ala. 

District No. 5— P. W. Tew, Bonifay.. 

District No. 7 — R. R. Newton, Noma. 

Constables. 

District No. 2— S. D. Hood, Westville. 

District No. 4— B. S. Shiver, Black, Ala. 

District No. 5 — Joseph E. Stevens, Bonifay. 

District No. 6 — J. T. Sizemore, Esto. 



JACKSON. 



County Seat — Marianna. 

County Judge — W. E. Williams. 

Sheriff— H. H. Lewis. 

Clerk Circuit Court — W. A. McRae (resigned February 
12, 1912, and McK. A. D. Campbell, commissioned 
March 1, 1912, until next general election). 

Superintendent Public Instruction — C. C. Gunn. 

County Surveyor — S. L. Daniel. 

County Assessor of Taxes— A. L. Gramling. 

Tax Collector — H. A. Bowles. 

County Treasurer — Moses Guyton, Sr., (deceased, and J. 
A. Smith, commissioned May 11, 1911, until next gen- 
eral election). 

Supervisor of Registration — E. E. Stephens (deceased, 
and Hilton Folsom, commissioned January 19, 1912, 
and resigned February 6, 1912, J. C. Davis, commis- 
sioned March 4, 1912, for unexpired term, and R. Law- 
rence Bird, commissioned July 2, 1912, for two years) . 



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County Commissioners. 



District No 
District No 
District No 
District No 
District No 



1— T. G. Kelly, Chipley. 

2 — James M. Barnes, Cottondale. 

3 — J. K. Peacock, Alliance. 

4 — Jesse Durden, Grand Ridge. 

5 — C. E. Simmons, Bascom (resigned Octo 
ber 12, 1912, and Frank Peacock, of Greenwood, com- 
missioned November 6, 1912, until next general elec- 
tion). 

County Board Public Instruction. 

District No. 1 — J. B. Register, Graceville. 
District No. 2 — W. J. Johnson, Grand Ridge. 
District No. 3 — J. H. Ferguson, Bascom. 



Justices op the Peace. 

District No. 2 — William L. McKinley, Campbellton. 

District No. 3 — E. L. Arthur, Kynesville. 

District No. 4 — G. W. Howard, Cottondale. 

District No. 6 — H. M. Stephens, Marianna. 

District No. 7 — C. M. Hansford, Alliance. 

District No. 8 — John Edenfield, Comfort. 

District No. 10 — Elis'ha F. Nichols, Dell wood (resigned 
May 29, 1911, and Lewis Taylor, of Butler, commis- 
sioned June 14, 1912, until next general election). 

District No. 11 — James E. Holland, Bascom. 

District No. 12 — E. H. Knowles, Greenwood. 

District No. 13 — W. P. Gammon, Greenwood (resigned 
November 24, 1911, and W. L. Garrett, of Greenwood, 
commissioned December 19, 1911, until next general 
election). 

District No. 14 — W. W. Parker, Graceville (resigned 
March 15, 1911, and D. M. Wade, of Graceville, com- 
missioned April 15, 1911, until next general election). 

District No. 16— J. D. Hartsfield, Sneads. 



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District No. 17 — W. W. White, Compass Lake (resigned 
August 5, 1911, and C. L. Calhoun, of Compass Lake, 
commissioned August 10, 1911, until next general elec- 
tion). 

District No. 18 — E. A. Grant, Bascom. 

District No. 21— R. D. Gilbert, Alford. 

Constables. 

District No. 2 — D. W. McCrary, Campbellton. 

District No. 3 — W. A. Swearingen, Kynesville. 

District No. 4 — J. W. Sapp, Cottondale. 

District No. 6 — J. E. Comerford, Marianna. 

District No. 8 — James Robbirds, Grand Ridge. 

District No. 9 — Thomas Carpenter, Grand Ridge. 

District No. 10— A. W. Kirkland, Dellwood. 

District No. 11 — G. W. Floyd, Bascom. 

District No. 12 — J. A. Coonrod, Bascom. 

District No. 14 — Thomas Mcintosh, Graceville. 

District No. 16 — Walter Snead, Sneads. 

District No. 17 — M. H. Whitehurst, Cottondale (resigned 

August 19, 1911). 

District No. 19 — J. B. Durden, Cypress. 

Inspector of Timber and Lumber. 

T. J. Padgett, Marianna; term expires April 15, 1914. 

Town of Malone. 

J. N. Fussell, Mayor. 
J. E. Cook, Clerk and Tax Collector. 
H. M. Flowers, Treasurer. 

J. H. Tidwell, H. M. Flowers, J. W. Malone, W. H. 
Stanley and J. Cliatt Patterson, Councilmen. 



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. JEFFERSON. 

County Seat — Monticello. 

County Judge — S. D. Clarke. 

Sheriff— Daniel B. Bird. 

Clerk Circuit Court— R. C. Parkhill. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — B. J. Hamrick. 

County Surveyor — N. B. Monroe. 

County Assessor of Taxes — J. C. Scruggs (deceased, and 
Manie Scruggs, commissioned October 4, 1912, until 
next general election). 

Tax Collector — J. H. Tucker (deceased, and Edwin W. 
Tucker commissioned November 4, 1911, until next gen- 
eral election). 

County Treasurer — Benjamin W. Partridge. 

Supervisor of Registration — J. D. Morris; term expired, 
and Walker D. May, commissioned July 5, 1912. 

County Commissioners. 

District No. 1 — J. I. Walker, Aucilla, 

District No. 2 — N. C. Bryan, Monticello. 

District No. 3— E. B. Bailey, Monticello. 

District No. 4 — J. T. Lovett, Capps. 

District No. 5 — Isaac Story, Aucilla. 

County Board Public Instruction. 

District No. 1— D. H. Gilbert, Monticello. 

District No. 2 — S. W. Kinsey, Aucilla. 

District No. 3 — R. B. Laffitte, Lloyd (resigned, October 
3, 1912, and J. B. Cromartie, of Lloyd, commissioned 
October 10, 1912, until general election). 

Justices of the Peace. 

District No. 1 — D. H. Mays, Jr., Ashville. 
District No. 2 — J. J. McDonald, Monticello. 



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District No. 3 — W. H. A. Woods, Monticello. 

District No. 4— R. H. Bentley, Metcalf, Ga. 

District No. 5 — J. D. Thompson, Lloyd. 

District No. 6 — Theo. T. Turnbull, Monticello (resigned 
December 3, 1912). 

District No. 7— S. A. Page, Drifton. 

District No. 8 — J. F. Ayers, Aucilla. 

District No. 9 — William Beazley, Lamount (resigned 
May 11, 1912, and A. E. Stevens, of Lamount, commis- 
sioned June 8, 1912, until next general election). 

District No. 10 — Hoke Wooten, Waukeenah. 

District No. 11— J. W. Allen, Wacissa. 

District No. 12 — J. S. Godwin, Lamont. 

District No. 13 — Guy E. Weeks, Fanlew. 

Constables. 

District No. 1 — Julius Bush, Lovett. 

District No. 2— R. W. Green, Dills. 

District No. 3— J. C. Clark, Monticello. 

District No. 4— D. F. Handley, Metcalf, Ga. 

District No. 5— M. W. Bolen, Lloyd. 

District No. 6 — A. J. Junius, Monticello. 

District No. 7— S. D. McClelland, Drifton. 

District No. 8— J. A. Sparks, Aucilla. 

District No. 9 — Glover Beasley, Lamont. 

District No. 12 — J. H. Godwin, Lamont. 

Fish and Game Warden. 
W. J. Smith, Monticello; term expires May 15, 1913. 



LAFAYETTE. 

County Seat — Mayo. 



County Judge — Hal W. Adams 
Sheriff— C. H. Land. 



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Clerk Circuit Court — Leslie E. Bryan. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — W. R. Fletcher. 

County Surveyor — W. D. Hankins. 

County Assessor of Taxes — Hugh E. Hart. 

Tax Collector— A. B. Clark. 

County Treasurer — Theodore Williams. 

Supervisor of Registration — William Welch. 

County Commissioners. 

District 1 — John W. Day, Day. 
District No. 2 — M. A. Hatcher, Mayo. 
District No. 3 — W. A. Dempsey, Call. 
District No. 4— W. H. Daughtry, Old Town. 
District No. 5 — Geo. W. Overstreet, Jena. 

County Board Public Instruction. 

District No. 1 — W. T. Dees, Mayo, (Deceased and W. C. 
Johnson, of Mayo, commissioned February 7, 1911, un- 
til next general election). 

District No. 2— T. S. Walker, Randolph. 

District No. 3 — George H. Baker, Old Town (resigned 
November 23, 1912, and R, H. Futch, of Cross City, com- 
missioned December 2, 1912, for unexpired term). 

Justices of the Peace. 

District No. 2 — Lamar G. Carter, Mayo (resigned July 
5, 1911). 

District No. 3— C. A. Howell, Hatch Bend. 

District No. 4 — B. A. Cannon, Fletcher. 

District No. 5 — T. A. Ward, Cross City (resigned July 
13, 1911, and John S. Chewning, of Cross City, commis- 
sioned September 9, 1911, until general election, and 
resigned January 20, 1912). 

District No. 6 — J. W. Johnson, Horse Shoe. 

District No. 7 — W. H. Hines, Jonesboro. 

District No. 8 — H. B. Hankins, Stein Hatchee. 



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Constables. 

District No. 2 — Van. E. Leggett, Mayo. 

District No. 5 — Thomas P. Chaires, Old Town. 

District No. 7 — John C. Hines, Hines. 

District No. 8 — G. H. Carlton, Steinhatchee. 



LAKE. 



County Seat — Tavares. 

County Judge — E. M. Tally. 

Sheriff— H. E. Mnrrhee. 

Clerk Circuit Court — H. H. Duncan. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — W. T. Kennedy. 

County Surveyor — S. A. McEady. 

County Assessor of Taxes — P. L. Nutt. 

Tax Collector— W. G. Long. 

County Treasurer — George J. Dykes. 

Supervisor of Registration — H. J. Peter. 

County Commissioners. 

District No. 1 — J. F. McClendon, Leesburg. 

District No. 2— G. W. Woods, Mascotte. 

District No. 3 — J. H. Compton, Clermont. 

District No. 4 — A. L. Russell, Eustis. 

District No. 5 — J. C. Hethcox, Paisley. 

County Board Public Instruction. 



District No. 1 — L. M. Campbell, Paisley (resigned 
March 9, 1911, and John W. Caldwell, of Astor Park, 
commissioned April 1, 1911, until general election). 

District No. 2 — L. M. Johnson, Leesburg. 

District No. 3 — W. C. Jones, Mascotte. 



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Justices op the Peace. 

District No. 2— F. W. Taylor, Altoona. 

District No. 5 — Walter Cooper, Sorrento. 

Distrcit No. 6 — George W. Church, Eustis. 

District No.. 7 — John Clark, Umatilla. 

District No. 10 — T. J. Ivey, Leesburg. 

District No. 17 — John P. Donnelly, Mount Dora. 

District No. 18 — J. B. Albert, Mascotte. 

District No. 22 — Harry K. Stokes, Minneola (resigned 
July 6, 1911, and D. A. Cook, of Clermont, commis- 
sioned September 4, 1012, until general election) . 

Constables. 

-District No. 4 — B. C. Wilcox, Sorrento. 

District No. 6 — A. M. DeWitt, Eustis (resigned Jan- 
uary 9, 1912). 

District No. 10 — H. W. Tompkins, Leesburg (resigned 
March 18, 1911, and H. L. Torian, of Leesburg, com- 
missioned April 14, 1911, until general election. 

District No. 11 — Lloyd Grant, Lady Lake (deceased., and 
D. K. Fincher, of Lady Lake, commissioned July 19, 
1912, until general election). 

District No. 22 — John Straker, Minneola. 

Fish and Game Warden. 
S. P. Kirkland, Altoona; term expires October 23, 1913. 



LEE. 

County Seat — Fort Myers. 



County Judge— A. B. Beall. 
Sheriff— Frank B. Tippins. 

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Clerk Circuit Court— W. M. Hendry. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — David W. Summer. 

County Surveyor — Robert B. Leak. 

County Assessor of Taxes — G. Hunter Bryant. 

Tax Collector— H. A. Blake. 

County Treasurer — R. A. Henderson. 

Supervisor of Registration — Robert Lilly. 

County Commissioners. 

District No. 1 — W. S. Turner, Captiva. 

District No. 2 — L. M. Stroup, Fort Myers. 

District No. 3— R. G. Collier, Estero. 

District No. 4 — Win. Gomin, Fort Myers. 

District No. 5 — F. A. Hendry, LaBelle. 

County Board Public Instruction. 

District No. 1— T. W. Dyches, Alva. 
District No. 2 — E. L. Evans, Fort Myers. 
District No. 3— J. W. Turen, Estero. 

Justices of the Peace. 

District No. 1 — L. D. Baldwin, Denaud. 

District No. 2— William T. Dodd, Alva. 

District No. 4 — F. Pope Henderson, Fort Myers. 

District, No. 7 — C. L. Olds, Marco. 

District No. 10— W. F. McCready, Estero. 

District No. 12— William D. Fraser, LaBelle. 

District No. 13 — J. M. Harper, Survey. 

District No. 18 — J. D. Mattox, Boca Grande (resigned 
June 14, 1911, and R. S. Johnson, of Boca Grande, com- 
missioned September 20, 1911, and resigned March 1, 
1912, and John H. Howell, of Boca Grande, commis- 
sioned April 6, 1912, and resigned May 16, 1912, and 



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T. G. Brantley, of Boca Grande, commissioned June 11, 
1912, and resigned September 25, 1912, and W. L. Sams, 
of Boca Grande, commissioned December 5, 1912, for 
unexpired term). 

Constables. 

District No. 10 — Charles H. Hunt, Estero. 

Commissioners of Pilotage. 

E. R. Standish, South Boca Grande; term expires May 
17, 1915. 

C. B. McCall, South Boca Grande; term expires May 
17, 1915. 

C. F. Kuster, South Boca Grande; term expires May 
17, 1915. 

W. J. Gilligan, South Boca Grande; term expires May 
17, 1915. 

G. E. Atwood, South Boca Grande; term expires May 
17, 1915 (resigned June 3, 1912, and John Bradley, of 
South Boca Grande, commissioned June 14, 1912, until 
next Senate; confirmed by the Senate, session 1912, and 
re-commissioned November 29, 1912, for unexpired term). 

Harbor Master. 

Edwin L. Fouts, Boca Grande; commissioned Novem- 
ber 22, 1911, until next Senate; confirmed by Senate, ses- 
sion 1912, and re-commissioned November 13, 1912, for 
four years. 

Fish and Game Warden. 

Frank B. Tippins, Fort Myers; term expires October 
23, 1913. 



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Inspector of Marks and Brands. 

T. W. Langford, Fort Myers; term expires September 
8, 1914. 



LEON. 

County Seat — Tallahassee. 

County Judge — B. A. Meginniss. 

Sheriff — J. P. S. Houstoun. 

Clerk Circuit Court— Henry T. Felkel. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — Edward Bradford 

Eppes. 
County Surveyor — V. J. Randolph. 
County Assessor of Taxes — William O. Ames. 
Tax Collector — Walter A. Demily. 
County Treasurer — John E. Perkins. 

Supervisor of Registration — S. P. Chaires. (Term ex- 
pired and F. C. Coles commissioned July 11, 1912). 

County Commissioners. 

District No. 1 — L. S. Crump, Lloyd. 

District No. 2 — R. G. Johnson, Tallahassee. 

District No. 3 — J. C. Moore, Tallahassee. 

District No. 4 — Jonah Britt, Holland. 

District No. 5 — Geo. W. Rhodes, Woodville. 

County Board Public Instruction. 

District No. 1 — John H. Patterson, Chaires. 
District No. 2 — D. R. Cox, Tallahassee. 
District No. 3 — W. D. Atkinson, Tallahassee. 



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Justices of the Peace. 

District No. 1— W. H. Averitt, Lloyd. 

District No. 2 — E. L. Billingsley, Lloyd (resigned 
March 9, 1912, and S. L. Powell, of Miccosukie, commis- 
sioned April 6, 1912, until general election). 

District No. 3 — W. C. Cromartie, Beachton, Ga. 

District No. 5 — John A. Craig, Tallahassee. 

District No. 6 — J. E. Whitehead, Tallahassee. 

District No. 7 — C. J. English, Chaires. 

District. No. 8 — W. L. Strickland, Tallahassee. 

District No. 9— E. B. Manning, Sr., Metcalf, Ga. 

District No. 10 — J. M. George, Lake Jackson (resigned 
February 2, 1912). 

District No. 11— B. F. Page, Woodville. 

District No. 12— J. R. Miller, Lloyd. 

District No. 13 — James H. Fleming, Chaires. 

Constables. 

District No. 1 — Sam Croom, Lloyd. 

District No. 2— G. W. Williams, Metcalf, Ga. 

District No. 3 — G. B. Strickland, Beachton, Ga. 

District No. 5 — F. E. Craig, Tallahassee. 

District No. 6 — Jack Blake, Centerville. 

District No. 7 — H. B. Chaires, Chaires. 

District No. 8 — W. S. Alligood, Tallahassee (resigned 
May 1, 1911, and A. R. Mathes, of Tallahassee, commis- 
sioned May 9, 1911, until general election). 

District No. 9 — Jerry Bentley, Beachton, Ga. 

District No. 10 — Charles C. Moore, Lake Jackson. 

District No. 11 — P. D. Lewis, Woodville. 

District No. 13 — W. D. Boyd, Chaires (resigned March 
16, 1912, and John W. Dutton, of Chaires, commis- 
sioned March 16, 1912, until general election). 



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Fish and Game Warden. 

D. F. Gramling, Centreville ; term expires November 14, 
1914. 

Inspectors of Marks and Brands. 

William C. Geaddie, Tallahassee; term expires March 
15, 1913. 

G. E. Johnson, Tallahassee; term expires July 18, 1915. 



LEVY. 

County Seat — Bronson. 

County Judge — Ben Friedman (deceased, and John R. 
Willis commissioned May 3, 1911, until general elec- 
tion). 

Sheriff— E. Walker. 

Clerk Circuit Court— A. P. Hardee. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — T. W. Price. 

County Surveyor — I. T. Fugate. 

County Assessor of Taxes — William R. Coulter. 

Tax Collector — John L. Carter. 

County Treasurer — W. M. Sheppard. 

Supervisor of Registration — W. M. Barton, term expired 
and E. D. Bateman, commissioned July 5, 1912, for two 
years). 

County Commissioners. 

District No. 1— J. H. Collier, Otter Creek. 

District No. 2 — W. B. McElroy, Judson. 

District No. 3-D. W. Blitch, Rex. 

District No. 4 — F. E. Wadley, Cedar Keys. 

District No. 5 — L. D. Abercrombie, Williston. 



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County Board Public Instruction. 

District No. 1 — W. W. Watson, Trenton. 
District No. 2 — John L. Williams, Ellzey. 
District No. 3 — Lawton Priest, Morriston. 

Justices of the Peace. 

District No. 3— W. S. Yearty, Otter Creek. 

District No. 4 — T. W. Brewer, Cedar Keys. 

District No. 5 — C. C. Gaines, Lebanon. 

District No. 6— T. J. Sheffield, Montbrook. 

District No. 7 — William Harris, Williston. 

District No. 8 — I. S. Pedrick, Morriston. 

District No. 9 — G. I*. Wilkerson, Rosewood (resigned 
May 26, 1911, and A. M. Dorsett, of Sumner, commis- 
sioned July 8, 1911, until general election, and resigned 
April 19, 1912). 

District No. 11 — A. J. Cone, Raleigh. 

Constables. 

District No. 3 — F. M. Faircloth, Otter Creek (resigned 
March 18, 1912). 

District No. 4 — R. R. Richard, Cedar Key. 

District No. 7 — E. D. Bateman, Williston (resigned 
June 5, 1912, and D. B. Tyner, of Williston, commis- 
sioned July 5, 1912, until general election. 

District No. 8 — J. J. Johnson, Morriston. 

District No. 10 — L. J. Perryman, Judson. 

IxsrECTORs of Marks and Brands. 

District No. R. C. Hicks, Bronson, term expires 

August 28, 1915. 
District No. 1*. E. Saunders, Raleigh; term expires 

August 30, 1915. 



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District No. Geo. M. Highsmith, Montbrook; term 

expires September 7, 1015. 
District No. 8 — Isaac Munden, Morriston ; term expires 

October 23, 1915. 
District No. 11 — P. D. Jerkins, Raleigh; term expires 

November 5, 1916. 



LIBERTY. 

County Seat Bristol. 

County Judge — Benjamin F. Owens. 

Sheriff — Jay L. Forehand. 

Clerk Circuit Court — Stephen I. Revell. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — Joseph E. Roberts. 

County Assessor of Taxes — J. A. Shuler. 

Tax Collector — G. Morgan Deason. 

County Treasurer — Hilliard G. Hare. 

Supervisor of Registration — Moses E. Bracewell. 

County Commissioners. 

District No. 1— U. C. Durham, Rock Bluff. 

District No. 2 — A. M. Ramsey, Bristol. 

District No. 3 — Thos. Clements, Orange. 

District No. 4— M. C. Roberts, Hosford. 

Distriet No. 5 — B. B. Sumner, Yilos. 

County Board Public Instruction. 

District No. 1— A. M. Sharpton, Rock Bluff. 
District ..o. 2— S. S. Chason, Bristol. 
District No. 3 — W. D. Evans, Evans. 



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Justices of the Peace. 

District No. 2— M. N. Herndon, Bristol. 

District No. 3 — William A. Lewis, Orange. 

District No. 4 — Abraham P. Branch, Hosford. 

District No. 5 — Ira Sanborn, Sanborn (resigned August 
31, 1912). 

Constables. 

District No. 1— J. G. Roberts, Hosford. 
District No. 5 — John Colvin, Sanborn. 

Probation Officer. 

Jay L. Forehand, Bristol ; term expires January 19, 
1916. 



MADISON. 

County Seat — Madison. 

County Judge — James P. Martin. 
Sheriff— A. D. Stanton. 

Clerk Circuit Court — Thomas Z. Martin (resigned Decem- 
ber 12, 1912, effective December 31, 1912). 
Superintendent Public Instruction — G. W. Tedder. 
County Surveyor — C. T. Lewis. 
County Assessor of Taxes — Robert J. Paterson. 
Tax Collector — Samuel J. Ellison. 
County Treasurer — J. W. Davis. 
Supervisor of Registration — John W. Vann. 

County Commissioners. 

District No. 1 — J. E. Hardee, Madison. 
tDisrict No. 2 — Lee Harrell, Lovett. 



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District No. 3 — J. P. Taylor, Greenville. 
District No. 4 — W. W. Sever, Lamont. 
District No. 5 — J. E. Williams, Lee. 

County Board Public Instruction. 

District No. 1 — S. H. Sloan, Madison. 
District No. 2 — J. H. Lammons, Ellaville. 
District No. 3 — Z. M. McLeod, Greenville. 

Justices of the Peace. 



McDonald, Madison (resigned 



District No. 1— N. W 

January 20, 1911). 

District No. 3 — G. B. Haven, Lee. 

District No. 4— W. M. Goodman, Ebb. 

District No. 5— W. D. Griffin, Greenville 

District No. 8 — W. H. Cowart, Madison. 

District No. 9 — A. D. Campbell, Lamont. 

Constables. 



District No. 3 — I. K. Baldree, Lee. 
District No. 5 — J. F. Southall, Greenville. 
District No. 7 — J. P. Hinton, Madison. 

District No. 12— W. H. Phillips, Lee. 



MANATEE. 

County Seat — Bradentown. 



County Judge— S. J. Stewart. 

Sheriff— M. H. Wyatt. 

Clerk Circuit Court — Robert H. Roesch. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — Leslie L. Hine. 



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County Assessor of Taxes — H. S. Clark. 

Tax Collector — Alex C. Roesch. 

County Treasurer — Joseph B. Wyatt (resigned April 17, 
1911, and T. A. Howze, commissioned May 15, 1911, un- 
til general election). 

Prosecuting Attorney, County Court — J. B. Singletary. 

Supervisor of Registration — J. W. Nettles, Jr. 

County Commissioners. 

District No. 1 — J. S. Brand, Terra Ceia. 

District No. 2 — M. C. Davis, Palmetto. 

District No. 3 — S. C. Corwin, Bradentown. 

District No. 4 — M. G. Rushton, Manatee. 

District No. 5 — Geo. W. Blackman, Sarasota. 

County Board Public Instruction. 

District No. 1— E. F. Wilson, Palmetto. 
District No. 2 — A. F. Wyman, Bradentown. 
District No. 3— F. H. Tucker, Fruitville. 

Justices op the Peace. 

District No. 1— H. E. Harllee, Palmetto. 

District No. 2 — Iris Baily, Blount. 

District No. 4— W. F. Hancock, Miakka. 

District No. 6— John A. Stewart, Bradentown. 

District No. 7 — J. W. Baxter, Sarasota (resigned June 

3, 1912, and F. P. Southgate, of Sarasota, commissioned 

August 10, 1912, until general election). 
Distriit No. 8 — O. W. Hayman, Sandy. 
District No. 12 — William A. Halsey, Terra Ceia. 
District No. 13 — John Jones, Sarasota. 



Constables. 

District No. 6 — W. M. Joyner, Bradentown. 
District No. 7 — L. D. Hodges, Sarasota. 



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Fish and Game Warden. 
C. H. Rawls, Sarasota; term expires March 19, 1914. 

Inspectors op Marks and Brands. 

District No. 2 — C. B. Rye, Rye; term expires Octo- 
ber 16, 1914. 

District No. 2 — Charles E. Hall, Rye; term expires 
November 10, 1913. 

District No. 5 — G. D. Pope, Manatee; term expires 
November 1, 1913. 

District No. 7 — W. P. Bryan, Sarasota; term expires 
June 3, 1913. 

District No. 7 — William Worth, Sarasota; term ex- 
pires September 1, 1913. 

District No. 7 — V. A. Saunders, Osprey ; term ex- 
pires October 25, 1913. 

District No. 8 — A. L. Messer, Sandy ; term expires 
February 3, 1914. 

District No. 9 — J. R. Wood, Ellenton ; term expires 
September 18, 1914. 

District No. 11 — G. C. Gillett, Parrish; term expires 
September 21, 1914. 

District No. 11 — E. H. Williams, Parrish; term ex- 
pires September 26, 1914. 

District No. 15 — Herbert Lingo, Palmetto; term ex- 
pires October 4, 1914. 

District No. 16 — D. L. Barnett, Oneco; term expires 
February 24, 1913. 

District No. 7 — J. R. Tatum, Fruitville; term expires 
March 21, 1916. 



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MAKION. 

County Seat — Ocala. 

County Judge — Joseph Bell. 
Sheriff — John P. Galloway. 
Clerk Circuit Court — S. T. Sistrunk. 
Superintendent Public Instruction — J. H. Brinson. 
County Surveyor — W. A. Moorhead. 
County Assessor of Taxes — Alfred Aver. 
Tax Collector— Win. L. Colbert. 
County Treasurer — John M. Graham. 
Supervisor of Registration — W. W. Clyatt ; term expired 
and D. M. Barco, commissioned August 13, 1912. 

County Commissioners. 

District No. 1 — Columbus Carmichael, Ocala. 

District No. 2 — Sam W. Petteway, Dunnellon. 

District No. 3 — M. M. Proctor, Pedro. 

District No. 4 — W. T. Henderson, Lynne. 

District No. 5— W. J. Crosby, Citra. 

County Board Public Instruction. 

District No. 1— W. D. Carn, Ocala. 
District No. 2— B. R. Blitch, Blitchton. 
District No. 3— J. S. Grantham, Fort McCoy. 

Justices of the Peace. 



District No. 1— J. W. Lyles, Ocala. 

District No. 4— C. R. Veal, Cotton Plant. 

District No. 7— H. W. Douglas, Shady. 

District No. 8 — T. L. Johnson, Summerfield. 

District No. 9— C. J. Smith, Lake Weir. 

District No. 13 — A. O. Harper, Fort McCoy. 



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District No. 16 — Richard C. Douglass, Citra (resigned 
September 26, 1912). 

District No. 17 — 7. R. Wilder, Authony. 

District No. 19 — Alexander Wynne, East Lake. 

District No. 20 — C. C. Curry, Standard (resigned Decem- 
ber 3, 1912). 

District No. 21 — L. Legrand Hopkins, Bellview. 

District No. 22 — J. O. Turnipseed, Mcintosh. 

District No. 24 — W. M. Gober, Dunnellon (resigned Octo- 
ber 12, 1911, and J. M. Barksdale, of Dunnellon, com- 
missioned November 16, 1911, until general election). 

District No. 28— T. K. Slaughter, Levon. 

District No. 29 — C. I. Grace, Kendrick (resigned June 
19, 1911). 

District No. 30— P. A. Ausley, Martel. • 

District No. 31— R. C. Yougue, Fairfield. 

District No. 32 — D. R. Zetrouer, Micanopy. 

Constables. 

District No. 1 — Thurlow Bishop, Ocala. 
District No. 2— W. F. Pulliam, Reddick. 
District No. 8 — S. J. Dillard, Summerfield. 
District No. 10— H. P. Griggs, Moss Bluff. 
District No. 17— W. C. Credle, Anthony. 
District No. 20 — Geo. M. Richards, Berlin. 
District No. 21— R. H. Nichols, Bellview. 
District No. 24— S. C. M. Thomas, Dunnellon. 
District No 30— J. L. Miller, Martel. 
District No. 31— L. C. Dodd, Fairfield. 

Board of Bond Trustees. City op Ocala. 

John L. Edwards; term expires March 7, 1916. 
T. T. Munroe; term expires March 7, 1916. 
James C. Boozer; term expires March 21, 1916. 



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Inspectors op Marks and Brands. 

District No. 13 — Henry McQuaig, Fort McCoy; term 
expires August 16, 1914. 

District No. 23 — Walter Nichols, Pedro; term expires 
February 8, 1913. 

District No. 25 — John S. Pedrick, Dunnellon; term ex- 
pires October 28, 1914. 

District No. 26 — Leslie G. Young, Sparr; term expires 
February 11, 1914. 

District No. 1 — John D. Williams, Ocala; term expires 
September 20, 1915. 

District No. 24 — E. E. Williams, Dunnellon; term ex- 
pires October 20, 1915. 

Fish and Game Warden. 

C. H. Sogers, Conner; term expires November 14, 1912. 
(Resigned August 8, 1911). 



MONROE. 

County Seat — Key West. 

County Judge — Hugh Gunn. 
Sheriff — Clements J ay cocks. 
Clerk Circuit Court — Eugene W. Russell. 
Superintendent Public Instruction — Virgil S. Lowe. 
Clerk Criminal Court of Record — D. Z. Filer. 
County Assessor of Taxes — Thomas O. Otto. 
Tax Collector — T. A. Sweeting. 
County Treasurer — William B. Curry. 
Supervisor of Registration — Frank Cates ; term expired 
and Hubert T. Roberts, commissioned July 9, 1912. 



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County Commissioners. 

District No. 1 — William R. Porter, Key West. 

District No. 2 — Braxton Warren, Key West. 

District No. 3— J. R. Curry, Jr., Key West. 

District No. 4 — Downing Milord, Jr., Key West. 

District No. 5 — E. Monroe Roberts, Key West. 

County Board Public Instruction. 

District No. 1 — George S. Waite, Key West. 

District No. 2 — Hubert T. Roberts, Key West (resigned 

June 3, 1912, and Geo. F. Archer, commissioned June 

10, 1912, until general election). 
District No. 3 — Chas. R. Pierce, Key West. 

Justices of the Peace. 

District No. 1 — Elgin F. Curry, Key West. 
District No. 2 — W. A. Gwynn, Key West. 
District No. 3 — Edward R. Lowe, Marathon. 

Constables. 

District No. 1 — Thomas E. Lowe, Key West. 

District No. 2 — Rafael Perez, Key West (resigned Au- 
gust 26, 1911, and Ishmael Fernandez, commissioned 
December 23, 1911, until general election). 

District No. 3— J. R. Villariel, Key West. 

Commissioners op Pilotage. 



Charles Curtis, Key West; term expires June 21, 1913. 
George L. Bartlum, Key West; term expires June 21, 
1913. 

Oscar Clifton, Key West; term expires June 21, 1913. 



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Mason S. Moreno, Key West; term expires June 21, 
1913. 

George A. T. Roberts, Key Wset ; term expires July 16, 
1913. 

Harbor Master. 

James R. Curry, Sr., Key West; term expires June 1, 
1913. 

Fish and Game Warden. 

Harry Brown, Key West; term expires March 19, 1914. 



NASSAU. 

County Seat — Fernandtna. 

County Judge — Robert P. Carleton. 

Sheriff — A. J. Johnson. 

Clerk Circuit Court — Edwin R. Williams. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — L. I. Owens. 

County Surveyor — W. L. Beugent. 

County Assessor of Taxes — S. W. Manucy. 

Tax Collector — J. D. Ogilvie. 

County Treasurer — John J. Kelly. 

Supervisor of Registration — J. T. Goodbread. 

County Commissioners. 

District No. 1 — G. Stark, Fernandina. 

District No. 2 — W. Theo, Waas, Fernandina. 

District No. 3— H. H. Braddock, Yulee. 

District No. 4— G. H. Stokes, Hilliard. 

District No. 5 — J. W. Keen, Crawford. 

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County Board Public Instruction. 



District No. 
District No. 
District No. 



District No. 
District No. 
District No. 
District No. 



1 — R. H. Jones, Fernandina. 

2 — W. B. Haddock, Kings Ferry. 

3— E. H. Braddock, Callahan. 

Justices of the Peace. 

1 — C. L. Beard, Fernandina. 
3— R. H. Church, Chester. 
5 — G. C. Burgess, Callahan. 
6— G. W. Gowen, Hilliard. 

Constables. 



District No. 1 — E. A. Cook, Fernandina. 
District No. 3 — Thomas R. Braddock, Yulee. 
District No. 5 — George W. Clyatt, Callahan. 

Town of Hilliard. 

G. W. Gowen, Mayor. 
J. L. Leigh, Clerk and Tax Collector. 
F. B. Cason, Treasurer. 

W. H. Cason, C. B. Eskridge, H. E. Vansel and G. H. 
Stokes, Councilnien. 

Town of Callahan. 

M. Z. Brandon, Mayor. 
W. A. Johnston, Treasurer. 
W. B. Wingate, Clerk and Tax Collector. 
W. W. Hodges, O. O. Mickler, D. W. Wells, L. L. Jones 
and W. W. Cushing, Councilmen. 

Inspectors of Marks and Brands. 

District No. 1.— W. E. Hamilton, Fernandina; term 
expires March 9, 1915. (Resigned June 24, 1912). 



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District No. 1. — W. S. Livingston, Fernandina; term 
expires July 1, 1916. 

Inspectors of Naval Stores. 

Perry S. Bacon, Fernandina ; term expires January 22, 
1913. 

J. P. Hall, Fernandina; term expires June 11, J 913. 

C. F. Register, Fernandina; term expires December 2, 
1913. 

E. H. Bacon, Fernandina ; term expires March 13, 1914. 

W. B. Ivey, Fernandina; term expires June 1, 1914. 

Joseph T. Duffey, Fernandina; term expires March 12, 
1915. 

W. C. Hamilton, Fernandina ; term expires June 16, 
1915. 

Commissioners of Pilotage. 

J. R. Hill, Fernandina ; term expires June 13, 1913. 
William B. C Duryee, Fernandina; term expires June 
13, 1913. 

D. P. Mularkey, Fernandina ; term expires June 13, 
1913. 

Harbor Master. 

J. Fred Lohman, Fernandina ; term expires July 15, 
1913. 

Inspectors of Timber and Lumber. 

Oscar C. Hewlett, Fernandina ; term expires May 21, 
1913. 

Albert P. Murphy, Fernandina ; term expires June 15, 
1913. 

W. J. Davis, Fernandina ; term expires July 16, 1913. 



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A. Edmund Murphy, Fernandina; terra expires July 16, 
1913. 

Julius Klotz, Fernandina; terra expires February 11, 
1914. 

F. J. Williams, Fernandina ; term expires September 
20, 1914. 

T. G. Ozmer, Fernandina ; term expires December 19, 
1914. 



ORANGE. 

County Seat Orlando. 

County Judge — William Martin. 

Sheriff — James A. Kirkwood. 

Clerk Circuit Court — B. M. Robinson. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — W. B. Lynch, de- 
ceased, and J. F. McKinnon, commissioned September 
6, 1911, general election. 

County Surveyor — John Otto Fries. 

Clerk Criminal Court of Record — L. Wichtendahl. 

County Assessor of Taxes — Arthur Butt. 

Tax Collector— W. E. Martin. 

County Treasurer — James H. Sadler. 

Supervisor of Registration — W. L. Dolive. 

County Commissioners. 

District No. 1 — Frank L. Woodruff, Sanford. 

District No. 2 — John E. Merrill, Plymouth. 

District No. 3 — J. L. Dillard, Winter Garden. 

District No. 4 — M. O. Overstreet, Orlando. 

District No. 5 — E. L. Brown, Christmas. 

County Board Public Instruction. 

District No. 1 — S. E. Ives, Orlando. 
District No. 2— D. L. Thrasher, Sanford. 
District No. 3— W. L. Story, Winter Garden. 



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Justices op the Peace. 



District No. 2 
District No. 3 
District No. 5 
District No. 9 
District No. 10 
District No. 11 

1912). 
District No. 14 
District No. 15 
District No. 16- 
20, 1911, and 
sioned April 
District No. 20 
District No. 21 
District No. 22 



T. J. Hill, Maitland. 

L. G. Stringfellow, Sanford. 

Andrew Aulin, Oviedo. 

Wm. R. Heale} r , Longwood. 
— James P. Hawthorne, Ocoee. 
— C. B. Lin, Apopka (resigned May 27, 

-A. Speer, Oakland. 
—J. E. J. deVedig, Gotha. 
—Isaac Aten, Pine Castle (resigned March 
Clinton C. Hall, of Pine Castle, commis- 
4, 1911, until general election). 
— A. E. Sjoblam, Lake Mary. 
—J. E. Rose, Lockhart. 
— V. H. Wright, Winter Garden. 

Constables. 



District No. 1 — D. E. Jernigaii, Orlando. 

District No. 2— J. S. Brocksmith, Maitland. 

District No. 3— R. C. Whitten, Sanford. 

District No. 9 — D. H. Hooker, Longwood. 

District No. 11 — H. H. McClnre, Apopka. 

District . .o. 17 — T. M. Arnold, Orlando. 



OSCEOLA. 

County Seat — Kissimmee. 

County Judge — Geo. F. Parker. 

Sheriff— Charles F. Prevatt. 

Clerk Circuit Court — Arthur E. Donegan (resigned Feb- 
ruary 15, 1912, and R. G. Johnston commissioned Feb- 
ruary 17, 1912, until general election). 



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Superintendent Public Instruction — W. J. Sears. 
County Surveyor — James W. Oliver. 
County Assessor of Taxes — J. L. Overstreet. 
Tax Collector — C. L. Bandy. 
County Treasurer — B. C. Miller. 
Supervisor of Registration — C. W. Griffin. 

County Commissioners. 

District No. 1 — E. L. Leslie, Kissimmee. 

District No. 2 — E. L. D. Overstreet, Kissimmee. 

District No. 3— A. F. Bass, St. Cloud. 

District No. 4—0. B, Bass, Whittier. 

District No. 5 — W. S. Pearce, Bassenger. 

County Board Public Instruction. 

District No. 1 — Walter C. Bass, Kissimmee. 
District No. 2 — E. E. Brown, Campbell. 
District No. 3 — W. W. Chandler, Bassenger. 

Justices op the Peace. 

District No. 1 — S. H. Bullock, Kissimmee. 
District No. 3— B. F. Balls, St. Cloud. 
District No. 5 — J. H. Walker, Sr., Bassenger. 

Constables. 

District No. 1 — B. A. Snyder, Kissimmee. 
District No. 3—0. W. Wood, St. Cloud. 

Inspectors op Marks and Brands. 



District No. 3 — Mike Peterson, St. Cloud; term ex- 
pires June 9, 1914. 



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District No. 5 — R. L. Pearce, Basenger; term expires 
November 3, 1914. 

District No. 2 — George C. Bronson. Kissimmee; term 
expires May 1, 1915. 

District No. 4 — Peter Raulerson, St. Cloud; term ex- 
pires September 17, 1916. 

District No. 5 — Will H. Walker, Bassenger; term ex- 
pires September 24, 1916. 



PALM BEACH. 

County Seat — West Palm Beach. 

County Judge — John B. Adams. 

Sheriff — George B. Baker. 

Clerk Circuit Court — Hutson B. Saunders, Jr. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — H. W. Lewis. 

County Surveyor — Franklin Sheen. 

County Assessor of Taxes — Chas C. Mast. 

Tax Collector— T. J. Campbell. 

County Treasurer — R. C. Creech (deceased, and Anna 
L. Creech commissioned January 19, 1912, until general 
election). 

Supervisor of Registration — T. M. Richards, Jr., West 
Palm Beach; term expired, and M. D. Hardy commis- 
sioned August 9, 1912. 

County Commissioners. 

District No. 1— K. H. Bentel, Stuart. 

District No. 2 — E. F. Bowers, Jupiter. 

District No. 3 — James E. Weir, West Palm Beach. 

District No. 4 — R, H. Rousseau, Boynton. 

District No. 5 — J. K. Howell, Pompano (resigned June 

18, 1911, and W. E. McElroy commissioned June 17, 

1911, until general election). 



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County Board Public Instruction. 

District No. 1 — J. R. Pomeroy, Stuart. 
District No. 2— W. J. Dyer, West Palm Beach. 
District No. 3 — H. B. Murray, Boynton. 

Justices of the Peace. 

District No. 1— W. L. Baker, Stuart (resigned August 
12, 1912. 

District No. 3— R, J. Chillingworth, West Palm Beach. 

District No. 4 — J. E. Freedlund, Boynton. 

District No. 5 — Frank Crego, Delray. 

District No. 7 — E. Rodgers, Pompano (resigned June 
14, 1911, and J. A. McDowell, of Pompano, commis- 
sioned July 21, 1911, until general election, and re- 
signed July 2, 1912, and S. M. Hamilton, of Pompano, 
commissioned September 16, 1912, until general elec- 
tion). 

Constables. 

District No. 3— C. C. Purdom, West Palm Beach. 

District No. 5 — J. M. Walker, Delray (resigned April 
26, 1911, and Guy L. Moore, of Delray, commissioned 
December 7, 1911, until general election). 

Fish and Game Warden. 

J. G. Langford, West Palm Beach; term expires April 
14, 1913. 



PASCO. 

County Seat — Dade City. 



County Judge — E. P. Wilson. 
Sheriff— B. D. Sturkie. 



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Clerk Circuit Court — Archie J. Burnside. 
Superintended Public Instruction — M. L. Gilbert. 
County Assessor of Taxes — T. R. Alexander. 
Tax Collector— W. L. Mobley. 
County Treasurer — James A. Cunningham. 
Supervisor of Registration — John R. Sumner. 

County Commissioners. 

District No. 1— J. T. Tait, Dade City. 

District No. 2 — W. A. Dormany, Dade City. 

District No. 3-D. H. McCarthy, St. Joseph. 

District No. 4 — Harry Weldon, Ehren. 

District No. 5 — J. W. Gant, Sagano (deceased, and 

John M. Baillis, of Elfers, commissioned July 19, 1912, 

until general election). 

County Board Public Instruction 

District No. 1— W. S. Larkin, Dade City. 
District No. 2— D. E. Wallace, Herndon. 
District No. 3 — L. J. Sellers, Pasco. 

Justices of the Peace. 

District No. 2— T. J. Blitch, Trilby. 

District No. 3 — Wra, Mote, Richland. 

District No. 4 — W. H. Mayo, Herndon. 

District No. 5 — W. H. Nelson, Hudson. 

District No. 6 — W. W. Giles, Zephyrhills, commissioned 

August 10, 1911, and resigned May 27, 1912. 

District No. 8— T. C. Whitman, Myrtle. 

Constable. 



District No. 2— T. E. Croft, Trilby. 



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Inspectors op Marks and Brands. 

District No. 2 — F. C. Johnston, Dade City; term ex- 
pires June 15, 1913. 

District No. 3 — George M. Coombs, Richland; term 
expires July 7, 1913. 

District No. 3 — R. Sullivan, Richland; term expires 
October 21, 1913. 

District No. 3 — L. M. Hamilton, Greer; term expires 
December 21, 1913. 

District No. 6 — W. M. Geiger, Zephyrhills; term ex- 
pires October 12, 1914. 

District No. 9 — Henry White, Amellia; term expires 
June 26, 1914. 

District No. 10— T. R. Alexander, San Antonio; term 
expires July 19, 1914. 



PINELLAS. 

County Seat — Clearwater. 

County Judge — Leroy Brandon. 

Sheriff — Marvel M. Whitehurst. 

Clerk Circuit Court — C. W. Weicking. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — Dixie M. Hollins. 

County Surveyor — W. O. Rousseau. 

County Assessor of Taxes — T. J. Northrup. 

Tax Collector — E. B. McMullen. 

County Treasurer — A. C. Turner. 

Supervisor of Registration — Albert S. Meares. 

County Commissioners. 

District No. 1 — O. T. Railsback, St. Petersburg. 
District No. 2— F. A. Wood, St. Petersburg. 



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District No. 3 — Jefferson T. Lowe, Anona. 
District No. 4 — S. S. Coachman, Clearwater. 
District No. 5 — L. D. Vinson, Tarpon Springs. 

County Board Public Instruction. 

District No. 1— A. F. Bartlett, St. Petersburg. 
District No. 2 — Walter A. Allen, Clearwater. 
District No. 3 — Ashland P. Beckett, Tarpon Springs. 

Justices of the Peace. 

District No. 1 — J. J. Sullivan, St. Petersburg. 

District No. 2 — Wm. A. Hart, Clearwater. 

District No. 4 — L. L. Tucker, Tarpon Springs (re- 
signed September 17, 1912, and J. M. Baggett, com- 
missioned December 9, 1912, for unexpired term). 

Constables. 
District No. 4 — J. A. Whitehurst, Tarpon Springs. 



POLK. 

County Seat — Bartow. 

County Judge — W. S. Preston. 

Sheriff — John Logan. 

Clerk Circuit Court — A. B. Ferguson. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — Thomas B. Kirk 

County Surveyor — James T. Hancock. 

Prosecuting Attorney — Luther C. Johnson. 

County Assessor of Taxes — J . 1 ! . Lancaster. 

Tax Collector — F. Marion Lanier. 

County Treasurer — J. T. Hamm. 

Supervisor of Registration — J. W. Daniel. 



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County Commissioners. 

District No. 1— E. S. Whidden, Mulberry. 

District No. 2 — R. C. Langford, Fort Meade. 

District No. 3 — A. J. Lewis, Bartow. 

District No. 4 — J. Everett Bryant, Socrum. 

District No. 5 — T. F. Holbrook, Lakeland. 

County Board Public Instruction. 

District No. 1 — Robert W. Hancock, Fort Meade. 

District No. 2— W. J. J. Whidden, Bartow. 

District No. 3 — John W. Cannon, Lakeland (deceased, 

and J. A. Cox, of Lakeland, commissioned November 

1, 1911, until general election). 

Justices of the Peace. 



District No. 2 — T. J. Minor, Fort Meade. 

District No. 5 — Joel E. Carter, Kathleen. 

District No. 6 — Werner G. Jones, Auburndale. 

District No. 9— J. O. Whidden, Pierce. 

District No. 10 — J. P. Thompson, Lakeland. 

District No. 11— B. E. Williams, Haskell. 

District No. 12— Willis E. Smith, Winter Haven. 

District No. 14— C. W. Brown, Frost Proof. 

District No. 15 — James A. Wheeler, Davenport (resigned 
August 20, 1912, and T. W. Stone, of Haines City, 
commissioned July 6, 1912, until general election). 

District No. 17— Perry G. Smith, Arbuckle (resigned 
April 14, 1911). 

District No. 18 — George Levy, Mulberry. 

District No. 22— J. E. Gantt, Loughman. 

District No. 26 — Daniel A. Tyler, Davenport. 

District No. 27— R. N. Bryan, Nichols. 



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Constables. 

District No. 2 — John M. Brown, Fort Meade (resigned 

September 10, 1912. 
District No. 5 — J. B. Galloway, Kathleen. 
District No. 10 — Dan Marshall, Lakeland. 

District No. 15 M. C. Cassels, Haines City). 

District No. 18—0. C. Ivey, Mulberry. 
District No. 22 — Leonard Williams, Loughman. 



PUTNAM. 

County Seat — Palatka. 

County Judge — M. I. Coxe (deceased, and E. E. Haskell, 
commissioned November 13, 1912, for unexpired term). 
Sheriff — Robert L. Kennerly. 
Clerk Circuit Court — Henry Hutchinson. 
Superintendent Public Instruction — L. K. Tucker. 
County Surveyor — C. A. LeHardy. 
County Assessor of Taxes — George F. Billiard. 
Tax Collector — R. J. Hancock. 
County Treasurer — John E. Edmonson. 
Supervisor of Registration — Henis Peterman. 

County Commissioners. 

District No. 1 — W. C. Alvers, Sisco. 

District No. 2 — L. L. Moody, Palatka. 

District No. 3 — Gabriel A. Turner, San Mateo. 

District No. 4 — S. E. Timmons, Bostwick (deceased, 

and D. P. Hancock, commissioned October 18, 1912, 

until general election). 

District No. 5 — E. B. Perry, Hawthorn. 



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County Board Public Instruction. 

District No. 1 — J. H. Green, Fruitland. 

District No. 2 — J. N. Blackwell, Palatka (resigned 

April 10, 1912, and P. J. Becks, commissioned October 

7, 1912, until general election). 
District No. 3 — E. R. Conway, Harlem. 

Justices of the Peace. 

District No. 1 — J. L. Burton, Crescent City. 
District No. 4 — Alfred Abskier, Welaka. 
District No. 8 — Jokn E. Marshall, Paltaka. 
District No. 16 — J. I. Wimberly, Interlachen. 
District No. 17 — C. M. Livingston, Johnson (resigned 
April 26, 1912). 

Constable. 

District No. 8 — Lee Goodson, Palatka. 

Probation Officer. 

P. M. Hagan, Palatka ; term expires February 19, 1916 
(resigned August 13, 1912). 



SANTA ROSA. 

County Seat — Milton. 

County Judge — -J. T. Wiggins. 

Sheriff— John H. Collins. 

Clerk Circuit Court — H. W. Thompson. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — J. T. Diamond. 

County Surveyor — W. A. Daniel. 



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County Assessor of Taxes — John W. C. Mann. 

Tax Collector — John W. Helms. 

County Treasurer — W. A. Allen. 

Supervisor of Registration — F. B. McGraw (resigned 

August 29, 1912, and G. W. Hamilton, commissioned 

November 1, 1912). 

County Commissioners. 

District No. 1 — P. Tomasello, Bagdad. 

District No. 2 — Curtis Jernigan, Wallace. 

District No. 3 — A. C. Mixon, Cora. 

District No. 4 — W. M. Davidson, Newell. 

District No. 5 — G. W. Moore, Jr., Milligan. 

County Board Public Instruction. 

District No. 1— D. H. Melvin, Milton. 
District No. 2 — O. O. Simmons, Botts. 
District No. 3 — W. F. Wilkinson, Milligan. 

Justices op the Peace. 



District No. 1— L. M. Rhoda, Milton. 

District No. 3— E. M. Magaha, Jay (resigned August 7, 
1911, and E. H. Lundy, of Jay, commissioned Septem- 
ber 14, 1911, and resigned December 12, 1911, and F. S. 
Higdon, commissioned June 24, 1912). 

District No. 5 — George C. Collins, Sullivan. 

District No. 6 — Bartlett Peaden, Oak Grove. 

District No. 7— D. F. Smith, Milligan (resigned June 
10, 1912, and J. C. Hicks, of Baker, commissioned Au- 
gust 16, 1912). 

District No. 8 — J. W. Armstrong, Holt. 

District No. 9— D. Q. Hurst, Hiawatha. 

District No. 10 — J. M. Ewing, Mary Esther. 



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Constables. 

District No. 3— W. B. Dobbs, Jay. 
District No. 8— William Holt, Jr., Holt. 
District No. 9— J. C. Oglesby, Holley. 

Probation Officer. 

L. P. Golson, Milton; term expires November 13, 1915. 

Inspectors of Timber and Lumber. 

K. J. Wbitmire, Milton; term expires October 16, 1914. 
H. G. Pooley, Bagdad; term expires June 10, 1915. 

Fish and Game Warden. 
L. F. St. Mary, Bagdad; term expires December 13, 



ST. JOHNS. 

County Seat St. Augustine. 

County Judge — M. R. Cooper. 

Sheriff— C. J. Perry. 

Clerk Circuit Court— W. Wallace Snow. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — W. S. M. Pinkham. 

County Assessor of Taxes — C. I). Manucy. 

Tax Collector— H. H. Floyd. 

County Treasurer — C. O. Pomar. 

Supervisor of Registration — R. L. Ashton. 

County Commissioners. 

District No. 1 — Sylvanus Roberts, Switzerland. 
District No. 2 — J. C. Rogero, New Augustine. 



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District No. 3—1. I. Moody, Bunnell. 

District No. 4 — B. Genovar, St. Augustine. 

District No. 5 — J. L. Colee, St. Augustine (deceased, 

and A. H. Paver, of St. Augustine, commissioned March 

1, 1912, until general election). 

County Board Public Instruction. 

District No. 1 — Joseph T. Pacetti, St. Augustine. 
District No. 2 — F. T. Triay, Armstrong. 
District No. 3 — L. A. Colee, St. Augustine. 

Justices of the Peace. 

District No. 3 — W. R. Patterson, Orange Dale. 
District No. 9 — C. E. Mackey, St. Augustine. 
District No. 11 — John A. Cody, Hastings. 

Constable. 

Guy W. White, Espanola. 

Town of Bunnell. 

W. C. Heath, Mayor. 
W. A. China, Treasurer. 
Frank L. Byrd, Clerk and Tax Collector. 
I. I. Moody, W. H. McKenzie, J. E. Deen, W. H. Coch- 
ran and J. F. Lambert, Councilmen. 

Town of Hastings. 



R. L. Padgett, Mayor. 
E. J. Seymour, Clerk and Tax Collector. 
C. A. Lattin, Treasurer. 

C. A. Middleton, H. F. Pellicer, F. R. Kaiser, Arthur 
Pelicer, R. R. Pyles and Philip Kukowsky, Councilmen. 

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Inspector of Marks and Brands. 

District No. 9 — John P. Rogero, St. Augustine; term 
expires August 16, 1913. 



ST. LUCIE. 

County Seat — Fort Pierce. 

County Judge — F. L. Heuimings. 

Sheriff— D. S. Carlton. 

Clerk Circuit Court— J. E. Fultz. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — J. W. Hodge. 

County Surveyor — J. M. Swain (resigned October 10, 

1912, and Charles S. Steele, commissioned December 

10, 1912, for unexpired term). 
County Assessor of Taxes — F. C. Poppell. 
Tax Collector — Frank M. Tyler. 
County Treasurer — John H. Wynn. 
Supervisor of Registration — Ed Edge. 

County Commissioners. 

District No. 1— E. A. Holt, St. Lucie. 

District No. 2 — C. H. Edwards, Fort Pierce. 

District No. 3 — A. N. Hoofnagle, Fort Pierce. 

District No. 4 — D. E. Austin, Jensen. 

District No. 5 — Peter Raulerson, Tantie. 

County Board Public Instruction. 

District No. 1 — B. F. Hardesty, Sebastian. 

District No. 2 — W. B. Cross, Fort Pierce (resigned No- 
vember 20, 1911 ( and R. R. Gladwin, commissioned 
December 19, 1911, until general election). 

District No. 3— J. F. Bell, White City. 



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Justices of the Peace. 

District No. 1 — W. T. Laine, Sebastian. 

District No. 4 Thomas Hellier, Jensen (resigned 

February 14, 1911, and S. C. Stuart, commisioned Feb- 
ruary 15, 1911). 

Constable. 

District No. 4 — C. W. McGee, Jensen (resigned July 23, 
1912). 

Fish and Game Warden. 

A. J. Drawdy, Fort Tierce; term expired July 24, 1912 
(resigned April 13, 1911). 



SUMTER. 
County Seat Sumtervillb. 

County Judge — J. C. B. Koonce. 

Sheriff— A. T. Coleman. 

Clerk Circuit Court — Goree Nelson (deceased, and Emma 
V. Mann, commissioned November 30, 1912, for unex- 
pired term). 

Superintendent Public Instruction — G. H. Tompkins. 

County Surveyor — W. H. Crenshaw. 

County Assessor of Taxes — J. T. Laveigne. 

Tax Collector— F. L. Rutland. 

County Treasurer — W. N. Potter. 

Supervisor of Registration — S. N. Graham. 



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County Commissioners. 

District No. 1— H. O. Collier, Oxford. 

District No. 2— M. S. Hill, Coleman. 

District No. 3 — J. W. Tidwell, Sumterville (removed 
from county, and James Williams, of Sumterville, com- 
missioned November 27, 1012, for unexpired term). 

District No. 1 — Thomas Bevill, Center Hill. 

District No. 5 — J. W. Caruthers, Webster. 

County Board Public Instruction. 

District No. 1 — S. A. McCook, Coleman. 
District No. 2 — C. W. Mann, Sumterville. 
District No. 3 — T. W. Fussel, Webster. 

Justices of the Peace. 

District No. 1 — W. H. Crawford. Panasoffkee. 

District No. 2— P. F. Smith, Oxford. 

District No. 3— W. C. G. Kilgore, Wildwood. 

District No. G — G. G. Bevill, Webster (resigned March 

4, 1911). 

District No. 7— C. F. Venable, Center Hill. 

District No. 8— C. Bevill, Bushnell. 

District No. 10 — C. L. Eaddy, Linden (resigned October 

8, 1912). 

District No. 11— T. H. Wicker, Coleman. 

Constables. 



District No. 3 — G. B. Fussell,, Wildwood (resigned 

March 23, 1912). 
District No. 7 — L. P. Kimbrough, Center Hill. 
District No. 11 — W. D. Yining Coleman. 



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Inspectors of Marks and Brands. 

District No. 1 — D. M. Lav, Jr., Sumterville ; term ex- 
pires September 27, 1914. 

District No. 3 — J. R. Wilkerson, Wildwood; term ex- 
pires September 16, 1013. 

District No. 7 — James A. Poole, Center Hill; term ex- 
pires July 19, 1914. 

District No. 11 — W. B. Swicord, Coleman; term ex- 
pires January 21, 1912). 

District No. 11 — R. C. Fussell, Coleman; term expires 
June 17, 1912. 

District No. 3— W. H. Gamble, Wildwood; term ex- 
pires September 19, 1913. 



SUWANNEE. 

County Seat — Live Oak. 

County Judge — J. N. Conner. 

Sheriff — J. H. Rickerson. 

Clerk Circuit Court — J. W. Bryson. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — J. W. O'Haro. 

Clerk Criminal Court of Record — Perry L. Hurst. 

County Assessor of Taxes — J. H. McCullers. 

Tax Collector— J. A. McLeod. 

County Treasurer — G. B. Lord. 

Supervisor of Registration — S. D. Huggins. 

County Commissioners. 

District No. 1 — J. H. Johns, Live Oak. 

District No. 2 — H. A. Thompson, Live Oak. 

District No. 3 — J. B. Carmichael, Dowling Park. 

District No. 4 — J. W. Carver, Welborn. 

District No. 5— J. E. Collins, Hildreth. 



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County Board Public Instruction. 

District No. 1— L. S. Albritton, Live Oak. 
District No. 2— W. H. Ogden, Welborn. 
District No 3— F. G. Hall, O'Brien. 

Justices of the Peace. 

District No. 1 — J. L. Lee, Live Oak (resigned July 20, 
1911, and C. P. Dickert, commissioned August 7, 1911, 
until general election. 

District No. 2— T. B. Clayton, Falmouth. 

District No. 3 — W. M. Bennett, Dowling Park. 

District No. 4— W. H. McClellan, Wellborn. 

District No. 5 — John Haughton, Branford (resigned 
March 22, 1911, and O. P. Williams, commissioned 
April 14, 1911; resigned January 16, 1912, and T. L. 
Dorsett, commissioned February 20, 1912, and resigned 
August 19, 1912). 

< Constables. 

District No. 1 — John H. Anderson, Live Oak. 
District No. 2— J. T. Mercer, Live Oak. 
District No. 4— R. M. Carver, Wellborn. 



TAYLOR. 

County Seat — Perry. 

County Judge — John O. Culpepper. 

Sheriff — John H. Parker. 

Clerk Circuit Court — John C. Calhoun. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — W. A. Hendry. 

Countv Surveyor — J. Seab Sheffield. 



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County Assessor of Taxes — D. S. Register. 
Tax Collector— P. M. Poppell. 
County Treasurer — Aulay McAulay. 

Supervisor of Registration — A. W. Hendry (term expired 
and E. B. Williams, commissioned July G, 1912). 

County Commissioners. 

District No. 1— M. W. Davis, Perry. 

District No. 2 — John T. Hogan, Fenholloway. 

District No. 3 — Joseph M. Hodges, Lake>Joe. 

District No. 4 — H. B. Kruce, Lake Bird. 

District No. 5 — G. W. Page, Waylonzo. 

County Board Public Instruction. 

District No. 1 — B. M. Johnson, Perry. 

District No. 2— W. R. Woods (resigned April 10, 1911, 
and Geo. B. Kelly, of Fenholloway, commissioned Mav 
1G, 1911, until general election. 

District No. 3 — G. W. Dice, Shady Grove (deceased, 
and E. M. Mathis, of Lake Bird, commissioned Novem- 
ber 22, 1911, until general election). 

Justices op the Peace. 

District No. 1 — W. E. Inman, Perry. 

District No. 2 — George Green, Salem. 

District No. 3—0. L. Farnell, Salem. 

District No. 4 — W. A. McLeod, Shady Grove. 

District No. G — L. E. Williams, Sadler. 

Constables. 



District No. 1— B. E. Poppell, Perry. 
District No. 4— G. R, O'Quinn, Lake Bird. 



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Inspectors of Marks and Brands. 

District No. 1— J. A. Collier, Perry; term expires De- 
cember 29, 1913. 

District No. 3— George Green, Salem; term expires Au- 
gust 1, 1915. 



VOLUSIA. 

County Seat — DeLand. 

County Judge — J. Lee McCrory. 

Sheriff— E. L. Smith. 

Clerk Circuit Court — Samuel D. Jordan. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — A. O. Botts (resigned 

October 1, 1912, and C. R. M. Sheppard, commissioned 

October 4, 1912, until general election. 
Clerk Criminal Court of Record — George W. Bristol. 
County Assessor of Taxes — S. B. Wilson. 
Tax Collector— D. P. Smith. 
County Treasurer — J. J. Vinzant. 
Supervisor of Registration — John R. Wetherell. 

County Commissioners. 

District No. 1 — Roy Harden, Orange City. 

District No. 2— G. W. Fisher, DeLand. 

District No. 3 — J. G. Cade, Pierson. 

district No. 4.. William D. Bradshaw, Daytona. 

District No. 5 — W. P. Wilkinson, New Smyrna. 

County Board Public Instruction. 

District No. 1— B. E. Prevatt, DeLand. 
District No. 2— E. M. Woolwine, Seville. 
District No. 3 — George F. Crouch, Daytona. 



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Justices of the Peace. 

District No. 3 — John A. Bradley, DeLand (deceased, 
and W. H. Gillett, of Lake Helen, commissioned Sep- 
tember 14, 1911, until general election). 

District No. 4 — H. A. Tanner, DeLand. 

District No. 5 — J. M. McCorkle, Barberville (resigned 
February 5, 1912). 

District No. 6 — Fred Taylor, DeLeon Springs. 

District No. 8 — Henry T. Titus, Daytona (resigned 
May 29, 1911, and M. H. Zuber, commissioned July 
8, 1911, until general election). 

District No. 9 — Lewis H. Kara, Port Orange. 

District No. 10 — J. P. Turner, New Smyrna. 

District No. 11 — Samuel Flowers, Seville (resigned Octo- 
ber 14, 1912). 

District No. 12 — H. G. Wilson, Seabreeze. 

Constables. 

District No. — Charley Jones, DeLeon Springs. 
District No. 7 — J. W. Winn, Ormond. 
District No. 8 — John Myers, Daytona. 
District No. 10 — W. B. Woodward, New Smyrna. 
District No. 12 — Clark G. Smith, Daytona Beach. 

Probation Officer. 

C. H. Ferran, DeLand ; term expires November 13, 
1915. 



WAKULLA. 

County Seat — Crawfordsville. 

County Judge-^-R. Don McLeod. 

Sheriff — James W. Smith (deceased, and Chas. K. Smith, 
commissioned October 8, 1912, until general election). 



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Clerk Circuit Court— H. N. Walker. 
Superintendent Public Instruction — Charles K. Allen. 
County Surveyor — J. A. Hagan. 
County Assessor of Taxes — Joe H. Gray. 
Tax Collector — W. G. Durrance. 
County Treasurer — Thomas H. Moore. 
Supervision of Registration — Gadsden C. Boykin ; term 
expired, Rufus Tucker, commissioned August 6, 1912). 

County Commissioners. 



District No. 

District No. 

District No. 

District No. 

District No. 



1 — J. M. Ladd, Newport. 

2— T. H. McCallister, Benhaden. 

3— W. H. Walker, Rehwinkle. 

4 — J. W. Posey, Arran. 

5 — A. F. Willis, Sopchoppy. 



County Board Public Instruction. 

District No. 1— J. S. May, Wakulla. 
District No. 2 — J. E. Clements, Arran. 
District No. 3— T. T. Rudd, Sopchoppy. 

Justices of the Peace. 

District No. 1 — W. A. Moore, Wakulla. 
District No. 2 — J. W. Simpson, Benhaden. 

Constable. 

District No. 3 — P. A. Wood, Sopchoppy. 

Fish and Game Warden. 



Chas. K. Smith, Crawfordville ; term expires August 
20, 1913. (Resigned, and J. Emulus Forbes, commis- 
sioned October 17, 1912, for unexpired term) 



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WALTON. 

County Seat — DeFuniak Springs. 

County Judge — W. E. Parish. 

Sheriff— J. M. Bell. 

Clerk Circuit Court — Charles H. Gordon. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — Daniel N. Trotman. 

County Assessor of Taxes — J. R. Anderson. 

Tax Collector — J. D. McCrimmon (deceased, and Jas. A. 
McLean, commissioned November 13, 1912, for unex- 
pired term). 

County Treasurer — W. F. Jones. 

Supervisor of Registration — Howard L. Cawthon (term 
expired, and R. X. Tarance, commissioned May 5, 1911). 

County Commissioners. 

District No. 1— N. A. McLeod, Red Bay. 
District No. 2 — D. W. Commander, Darlington (re- 
signed November 11, 1912). 
District No. 3 — C. D. Meigs, Mossyhead. 
District No. 4 — J. H. Richbourgh, Crestview. 
District No. 5 — J. D. Russ, Freeport. 

County Board Public Instruction, 

District No. 1 — L. Adams, Glendale. 
District No. 2 — J. M. Miller, Dorcas. 
District No. 3 — J. E. Bowers, DeFuniak Springs. 

Justices of the Peace. 

District No. 1 — M. P. Rushing, Ponce de Leon. 
District No. 2— Win. B. Miller, Paxton. 
District No. 3 — J. L. McLean, Argyle. 



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District No. 4— U. R. Madden, Crestview (resigned May 
26, 1911, and R. J. Diamond, commissioned July 15, 
1911, and resigned January 1, 1912, and R. J. Diamond, 
re-commissioned September 9," 1912) . 

District No. 5 — Leroy GoodAvin, Portland. 

District No. 6 — D. E. Douglass, Freeport. 

District No. 7 — John W. Brown, Laurel Hill (resigned 
December 26, 1911). 

District No. 8 — Norman McLeod, DeFuniak Springs. 

District No. 10 — V. E. Mosley, Darlington (resigned Feb- 
ruary 25, 1911, and W. H. Padgett, commissioned Sep- 
tember 9, 1911, until general election). 

District. No. 11— W. G. Miller, Dorcas. 

District No. 12— J. J. Ward, Laurel Hill. 

District No. 13— W. H. Mayo, Bruce. 

Constables. 

District No. 1 — G. B. Smith, Ponce de Leon. 
District No. 3— L. M. McCall, Argyle. 
District No. 5— D. A. Hicks, Portland. 
District No. 6 — W. H. Taunton, Freeport. 
District No. 7 — M. A. Gordon, Laurel Hill. 

District No. 10 — W. J. Miles, Darlington. 

District No. 11 — A. C. Nichols, Dorcas. 

District No. 13 — John Pate, Bruce. 

Probation Officer. 

F. M. Neel, Union ; term expires January 14, 1916. 

Inspectors of Timber and Lumber. 

N. D. McLean, Freeport ; term expires January 10, 
1913. 

J. W. Kelly, Portland; term expires November 13, 1914. 



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WASHINGTON. 

County Seat — Vernon. 

County Judge — Ira A. Hutchison (resigned June 1, 1.912, 
and O. Crocker, commissioned June 8, 1912, until gen- 
eral election). 

Sheriff— C. G. Allen. 

Clerk Circuit Court — William C. Lockey. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — Benj. F. Gainer. 

County Surveyor — Thomas Collins. 

Phosecuting Attorney — A. D. Carmichael. 

County Assessor of Taxes — J. J. Williams. 

Tax Collector — W. B. Gainer. 

County Treasurer — Henry B. Tiller. 

Supervisor of Registration — J. W. Gainer (term expired 
and J. D. Nixon, commissioned August 8, 1912). 

County Commissioners. 

District No. 1 — John T. Hightower, Vernon. 

District No. 2— A. C. Gilbert, Cottondale. 

District No. 3 — S. L. Davis, Wausau. 

District No. 4 — D. F. Gunn, Santa Rosa. 

District No. 5 — J. H. Porter, Millville. 

County Board Public Instruction. 

District No. 1— W. F. Russ, Miller's Ferry. 
District No. 2 — Green B. Bush, Chipley. 
District No. 3 — B. F. Carter, Greenhead. 

Justices of the Peace. 

District No. 1 — Henry Bush, Vernon. 
District No. 3 — L. L. Charles, Caryville. 
District No. 5 — John Sturrock, St. Andrews 



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District No. 7— F. F. Pelt, Chipley. 

District No. 8 — L. L. Stanley, Miller's Ferry. 

District No. 10— M. N. Carlisle, Calloway. 

District No. 11— C. B. Waller, Bonifay. 

District No. 12 — Lee H. Fackler, Greenhead. 

District No. 13— G. W. Huey, West Bay. 

District No. 14 — George K. Gotke, South port (resigned 
August 9, 1912, and T. B. D. Gainer, commissioned 
September 9, 1912, until general election). 

District No. 17 — J. O. Harrison, Millville. 

District No. 19— J. W. Burke, Caryville. 

District No. 22 — M. W.' Nixon, Fountain. 

District No. 23 — M. M. Berry, Chipley, (resigned May 9, 
1911). 

District No. 24— W. K. Miller, Southport. 

District No. 25— N. C. Hall, Panama City. 

District No. 26 — James E. Pate, Caryville. 

Constables. 

District No. 3 — Dee Burke, Caryville. 

District No. 7 — Joe Hodges, Chiplej' (resigned Septem- 
ber 6, 1912, and J. W. Perkins, commissioned October 
11, 1912, until genera] election). 

District No. 8 — William B. Dunn, Miller's Ferry. 

District No. 12 — S. A. Dykes, Greenhead. 

District No. 13— S. E. Adams, West Bay. 

District No. 14 — Geo. W. Langley, Southport (deceased, 
and Edward O'Conner, commissioned September 9, 
1912, until general election). 

District No. 15— L. T. Taylor, Wausau. 

District No. 17— J. H. Daffin, Millville. 

District No. 19 — White Worthington, Caryville. 

District No. 20 — James A. Jeffries, Chipley. 

District No. 24 — Joseph M. Brock, Bonifay. 

District No. 26— A. J. Brock, Bonifay. 



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Inspector op Marks and Brands. 

District No. 5 — T. B. D. Gainer, St. Andrews; term ex- 
pires October IS, 1913. 

Commissioners of Pilotage. 

W. E. Spiva, St. Andrews ; term expired with Senate, 
1912. 

J. T. Gwaltney, St. Andrews ; term expired with Senate, 
1912. (Resigned June 22, 1912, and re-commissioned Sep- 
tember 16, 1912, until next Senate; confirmed by Senate, 
1912, and re-commissioned November 19, 1912, until next 
Senate). 

C. L. Joyner, St. Andrews ; term expired with Senate, 
1912. 

W. B. Spiva, Millville; term expired with Senate, 1912. 

A. Alexander, St. Andrews; term expired with Senate, 
1912. 

Inspectors of Timber and Lumber. 

G. W. Lee, Point Washington ; term expires Septem- 
ber 6, 1914. 

Probation Officer. 

M. L. Harmon, Panama City; term expires October 
23, 1915. 



NOTARIES PUBLIC 



STATE AT LARGE 



Name. 



Ahren, John J.. . 
Altaian, Pasco . . 
Andrews, Allen H. 
Andrews, J. S.. . 
Alderman, F. C. 
Aikin, Grant J . . 
Altmaver, E. F.. . 

Avers,' J. T 

Allen, Charles E.. 
Acosta, George A. 
Alderman, M a r- 

shall S. 

Adams, John B. . . 
Archer, Wm. T. . . 
Appiegate, Willie. 
Ames, Wm. O.. . . 
Agerton, W. M. . . 
Allsapp, W. S. S. 

Atkins, J. M 

Alba, George A.. 

Ashley, C. B 

Alderman, G. W. 
Allen, Anna E.. . 
Andrews, B. N.'. . 
Austin, Grace . . 
Adams, Chas. S. . 

Aman, W. A 

Andrews, J. B.. . 

Albert, J.' B 

Averill, W. W.. . 
Anderson, Mabel C. 
Anderson, Otto. . 
Atkins, I. C 



Besidence. 



A 

Jacksonville . . . 

Tampa 

Estero 

Bonifay 

Fort Myers 

St. Petersburg . 

Jacksonville . . . 

Aucilla 

Tampa 

Jacksonville 

Starke 

Stuart 

Key West 

Pensacola 

Tallahassee 
Pine Barren . . . 

W T eirsdale 

Blountstown . . . 
St. Augustine . 

Madison 

Lake Butler . . . 
Orange Park . . 

Cocoa 

Tampa 

Jacksonville . . . 
Daytona Beach. 

Bonifay 

Mascotte 

Tampa 

Sanford 

Tampa 

Sehnan 



Term, Four Years 
prom Date Given. 



January 11, 
January 13, 
January 21, 
February 5, 
February 6, 
February 9, 
February 16, 
February 17, 
March 5, 

March 30, 



April 

April 

Miiv 

May 

Mav 

May 

June 

June 

June 

July 

July 

July 

August 

October 

October 

November 

November 

December 

February 

February 

February 

Februarv 



9, 

20, 

3, 

7, 

6, 

21, 

11, 

19, 

26, 

6, 

7, 

13, 

7, 

12, 

30, 

5, 

17, 

9, 

19, 

21, 

21, 

21, 



1909 
1909 
1909 
1909 
1909 
1909 
1909 
1900 
1909 
1909 

1909 
1909 
1909 
1909 
1909 
1909 
1909 
1909 
1909 
1909 
1909 
1909 
1909 
1909 
1909 
1909 
1909 
1909 
1910 
1910 
1910 
1010 



9— S. S. 



130 



NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued. 



Name. 



Atkinson, Chas. T. 
Adanis,Riehard F. 
Andreu, Jos. N. . . 
Alexander, G. W. 
Amsden, G. S. 
Adams, A. H. 
Allen, Stephen D. 

Adams, Z. B 

Anderson, W. W. 

Alley, F. D 

Addis, Edward . . 
Arnold, T. E. 
Altman, W. R... 
Anderson, W. H. . 
Auvil, W. G. W.. 
Allen, Eugene G. 
Anderson, Ellen O. 
Adams, Edw. H. . 

Alston, C. H 

Anderson, L i 1- 

lian E 

Adams, Thos. B.. 
Auvil, Arthur L. . 
Adams, J. Frank. 

Allen, E. G 

Anderson, R. B. . 
Avers, Jas. W. . . 
Anderson, J. R.. 

Avant, D. A 

Archibald, W. M. 

Acton, J. W 

Adams, Pauline. . 
Anderson, A. R.. 
Alexander, J. E. . 

Allen, 0. K 

Avery, A. P 

Abbott. John W. 
Alexander, D. C. . 

Allen, A. L 

Addison, Locke . . 



Residence 



Graceville 

Palatka 

Jacksonville .... 
Jacksonville .... 
Cocoanut Grove. . 

Miami 

Milton 

Host'ord 

Jacksonville 

Newberry 

St. Cloud 

DeLand 

Bridges 

Bronson 

Lakeland 

Allen 

Miami 

Miami 

Tampa 

Miami 

Jacksonville .... 

Mayo 

Graceville 

Lake City 

Miami 

Blountstown 
DeFuniak Springs 

Quincy 

Jacksonville .... 

Delray 

Jacksonville .... 

Bascom 

DeLand 

Sopchoppy 

St. Petersburg . . 

Jay 

Fort Lauderdale. 

Tampa 

Punta Gorda . . . 



Term, Four Years 
prom Date Given. 



March 

April 

April 

April 

May 

May 

June 

July 

June 

Julv 

July 

Julv 

Julv 



12 

9 

11 

29 

6 

9 

17 

17 

20 

1 

1 

9 

12 



September 7, 
Sept'mber 10, 
Sept'mber 17, 
October 25, 
November 4, 
November 4, 

December 14 
December 21 
January 6 
January 16 
January 25 
January 27 
February 9 
February 9 
February 13 
February 15 
Februarv 15 
March " 23 
March 24 
7 
10 
14 
13 
16 
20 
15 



April 

April 

April 

May 

May 

May 

June 



1910 
1910 
1910 
1910 
1910 
1910 
1910 
1910 
1910 
1910 
1910 
1910 
1910 
1910 
1910 
1910 
1910 
1910 
1910 

1910 
1910 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 



131 



NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued. 



Name. 



Eesidence. 



Term, Four Years 
from Date Given. 



Adams, Chas. D.. 

Aymard, L. G. . . . 

Adams, Thos. W. . 

Armstrong, R. M. 

Anderson, W. H.. 

Allan, Andrew . . 

Alexander, H. M. 

Adams, J. Roland 

Anchors, G. B. 

Adkins, J. C 

Allen, J. H 

Aird, Henry G. . . 

Algee, Lucian C. 

Applevard, Alice. 

Armfield, W. F.. . 

Avers, J. D 

Anderson, Jas. L. 

Adkins, Ethel R.. 

Alfou'd, Theo- 
dore C 

Albury, Eugene L. 

Aeosta, R. A. . . . 

Addison, Arnold. 

Armstrong, C. L. 

Anderson, L. W. . 

Anderson, Pearl E. 

Allen, Edward C. 

Allen, W. H 

Allen, Noah .... 

Austin, D. E.... 

Ackerman, Frank 
J 

Adams, John . . . 

Archibald, J. G.. 

Adkins, A. Z. . . . 

Andrews, O 

Andrews, Jas. E. 

Altman, J. J. . . . 

Adams, John T. . 



Jacksonville . 
Pensacola . . . 
St. Augustine 
Jacksonville . 
Gainesville . . 
Allanton 
Wauchula . . . 
Key West . . . 
Niceville 
Gainesville . . 

Mayo 

Jacksonville . 

Tampa 

Tallahassee . . 
Cottondale . . . 
Brooksville . . 
Fort Drum . . 
Mavo 



Clermont . . 

Sanford 

Sarasota 

Starke 

St. Andrews 
Ft. Pierce . 
Fort Meade 
Tampa .... 



June 
July 

•Julv 

July 

August 

August 

August 

August 

August 

Sept'mber 

October 

October 

October 

October 

October 

November 

November 

December 



26, 

8. 

13, 

26, 

7, 

19, 

19, 

21, 

26, 

12. 

5, 

5, 

9, 

0, 

27, 

10. 

13, 



Tallahassee .... 

Key West 

West Tampa . . . 
St. Petersburg . 

Terra Ceia 

Jacksonville . . . 

Ocala 

St. Petersburg . 

Pinetta 

Graceville 

Jensen 



December 11, 
December 19, 
December 22, 
December 27, 
January 9, 
January IS, 
February 17, 
February 21, 
February 2.'!, 
March 14, 
March 11, 



1911 

1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 

1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 



March 

Mareb 

April 

April 

April 

May 

June 

Julv 



11, 1912 

18, 1912 

6, 1912 

3, 1912 

10, 1912 
9, 1912 

11, 1912 
2. 1912 



132 



NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued. 



Name. 



Residence. 



Term, Four Years 
from Date Given. 



Allan, H. C 

Avent, G. J 

Abernetkv, W. -J 

Archer, F. C 

Arnold, Frances. 
Albright, William 

J..S . 

Auskerman, C. C 
Anderson, J. G.. . 

Alford. C. U 

Allen, Chas E. . . 
Anderson, A. L. . 
Averett, N. B.. . . 
Albritton, A. K.. 
Alfield, Geo. H... 
Akins, M. G. . . . 
Andrews, J. N.. .. 
Armstrong, J W. 
Adams, Hal W.. 
Anderson, O. S.. 



Barefoot, J. L. . . 
Bowden, Z. M. . . 
Blount, Clement.. 
Brown, W. H. . . 

Bly, Grant 

Bailey, Frank P. 
Bryant, J. Ever 

ette 

Bartholomew, M . 

P» 

Buford. Rivers l i 
Belliny, D. S. D.. 
Bonacker, W. B.. 

Berne, W. J 

Bush, G. O 

Bozeman. J. J. 



Mulberry 

Jacksonville . . . 
Jacksonville . . . 

Jupiter 

Bradentown . . . 

Sebring 

Fort Lauderdale 
Montieello ..... 

Darlington 

Inverness 

DeFuniak Springs 
Marianna .... 

Limestone 

Lakeland 

Bell 

Pensacola 

Holt 

Mayo 

Malone ....... 



B 

Marianna 

Tampa 

Pensacola . . . 
Bowling Green 

DeLand 

Sanibel 

Socrum 

Jacksonville . 

Quincy 

Jacksonville . 
Lakeland .... 
Jacksonville .. 
West Lake . . . 
Blonntstown . 



Julv 16, 1012 

Julv 20, 1012 

Julv 23, 1012 

July 23, 1012 

August 12. 1012 



August 13, 
August 16, 
Sept'mber 3, 
Sept'mber 7, 
Sept'mber 0. 



October 

July 
October 

November 
November 
November 
December 
December 
December 



12, 

15, 

25, 

14, 

25, 

20, 

14, 

14, 

20. 



1012 
1912 

1012 
1012 
1012 
1012 
1012 
1012 
1012 
1012 
1012 
1012 
1012 
1012 



January 
January 
January 
January 
January 
January 



8, 1000 

8, 1000 

0, 1000 

11, 1000 

11, 1000 

13, 1000 



January 13, 1000 



January 

January 

January 

January 

February 

February 

February 



21, 1000 

23, 1000 

20, 1000 

30, 1000 

3, 1000 

3, 1000 

5, 1000 



133 



NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued. 



Name. 



Eesidence. 



Term, Four Years 
from Date Given. 



Bird. J. Denham. 
Baldwin. 0. W. . . 
Brandon, Leroy... 
Bennett, E 1 i z a- 

beth I 

Breare, J. Albert. 
Bedenbaugh, W.B. 

Bell, W. E 

Bullock, B. F. . . 

Bours, W. A 

Buckner, Robt.Lee 

Brown, J. H 

Britt, Alfred 

Butterweck, Otto 

C 

Baldwin, N 

Bradlev, Robt. I.. 

Balis, R. B 

Burton, John W. 
Bowers, Robt. C. 
Brumley, Chas. S. 
Berlin. Jacob . . . 

Byles, G. A 

Bush, Council . . . 
Britts, Elliott W. 

Bryan, T. F 

Brooks, W. O. ... 
Brooke, Fannie 

Mae 

Borchardt, Mel- 

vin M 

Blow, A. E 

Brown, W. G. ... 
Beckwith, Wm. H. 
Bittner, Blanche. 
Branch, B. Q. ... 
Barney, Walter E. 
Bowie, T. Fraser 
Ball T. P 



Jacksonville 
Archer 
Clearwater . 



S. Jacksonville 

Jasper 

Sneads 

Trenton 

White Springs 
Jacksonville .. . 
Jacksonville .. . 

Baxter 

McMillan 



Brooksville . . 

Alachua 

Hardaway . . . 
Bradentown . 

Arcadia 

Gainesville . . . 
St. Augustine 
Pensacola . . . 

Windsor 

Greenville . . . 
Jacksonville . . 
Stephensville 
Lake Butler . . 
Tampa 



Tampa 



Graceville . 
Lake City . . 

Tampa 

Miami 

Tampa 

Alva 

Jacksonville 
Jacksonville 



February 10, 1009 
February 11, 1009 
February 11, 1009 



February 

February 

February 

February 

February 

February 

March 

March 

March 

March 

March 

March 

March 

March 

March 

March 

March 

March 

March 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 



16, 1900 

16, 1909 

16, 1009 

16, 1900 

17, 1009 
24. 1900 

3, 1009 

3, 1909 

::, 1009 

5, 1909 

5, 1000 

10, 1009 

1.0, 1009 

10. 1009 

10. 1909 

13, 1909 

13, 1900 

13, 1900 

26, 1900 

8, 1909 

9, 1909 
9, 1900 

13, 1909 

1.5, 1909 

16, 1909 

16, 190!) 

17, 1000 
21, 1009 
26, 1900 
26, 1909 
26, 1909 
30, 1000 



134 



NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued. 



Name. 



Eesidence. 



Term, Four Years 
from Date Given. 



Barco, N 

Brooke, T. C. 

Brownell, A. D. .. 

Bevis, J. P 

Boone, Thos. J. . . 
Brewer, W. O. 
Buesing. August.. 

Boyd, J. H 

Beatiehamp, W.H. 
Billiard, W. W... 
Barden, N. H. . . . 
Boote, Charles . . 
Bacon, W. B . . . 
Bingham, C. M. . 
Burdine. B. F. . . . 
Burdine, G. M.. . . 
Blount, Mamie . 
Bell, Chas E. . . . 
Biffelow. Eugenia 
Bostwick, W. M., 

Jr 

Bethel, L. W. . . . 
Bryan, Mary E. . . 
Blakely, Wm. P.. 
Brooke, Alvin A. . 
Bolles, Geo. C. . . 
Blanton. Kelsey.. 
Butler, Edward J. 
Beckwith, W. R.. 
Burdett, W. S. . . 
Byrnes, Michael J. 
Buckman, C. . . 
Branning. Geo. L. 
B r a n n i n g, H 

Pierre 

Buchanan, L. H., 

Sr. 

Buskirk, G.S. Van 
Bannerman, J. F. 



Crystal River . . . 
Camp Walton . . . 

Westville 

Bascom 

Greenwood 

Romeo 

Jacksonville 

Capitola 

Alliance 

Point Washington 
Jacksonville .... 

Jacksonville 

DeFuniak Springs 

Day ton a 

Apalachicola . . 
Apalachicola . . 
Bartow ....... 

Jacksonville .. . 
Jacksonville . . . 

Jacksonville .. . 

Key West 

Tampa 

Ocoee 

Osteen 

Miami 

Tampa 

Horse Shoe . . . 

Tampa 

Palatka 

Pensacola 

Jacksonville .. . 
New Smyrna . . 

Miami 

Chipley 

Tampa 

Freeport 



May 8, 100f» 

May 13, 1000 

Mav 13, 1000 

Mav 13, 1000 

Mav 13, 1000 

Mav 18, 1000 

June 2, 1000 

June 7, 1000 

June 11, 1000 

June 25, 1000 

Julv 5, 1000 

July 6, 1000 

Julv 6, 1000 

Julv 10, 1000 

Julv 13, 1909 

Julv 13, 1000 

Julv 15, 1000 

Julv 20, 1000 

July 24, 1000 

July 26, 1000 

Julv 31, 1000 

August 4, 1000 

August 6, 1000 

August 6, 1000 

August 10, 1900 

August 10, 1000 

August 10. 1900 

August 16, 1000 

August 17, 1000 

August 24, 1000 

August 30, 1000 
Sept'mber 11, 1009 

Sept'mber 18, 1909 

Sept'mber 21, 1909 
Sept'mber 23, 1909 

October 9, 1909 



135 



NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued. 



Name. 



Blocker, John R.. 
Berry, Robt. T. . . 

Ball, W. A 

Blackmer, Wm. B. 

Blinn, E. J 

Blount, E. J 

Benjamin, Irene C. 

Baya, H. P 

Bullock, F. Pres- 

cott 

Burt. Wm. M. . . 

Bryan, W. L 

Bryan. Thos. M.. 
Brandon, Jackson 
Bishop. Stephen 

W. 

Beugnet, L 

Bryant, Henry IJ. 

Bu'ie, E. E. .' 

Bowen, H. L. ... 
Buttram, C. J. 
Bertrem, J. Willie 
Bowen, James T.. 
Bivins, H. W. ... 
Bowen, John S. . . 

Baxter, J. L 

Bishop, Walter H. 
Blount, A. C, Jr. 
Barnett, John C. 

Brash, Sol 

Britton, T. G. ... 
Bennett, W. M. . . 

Bailey, T. C 

Brooks, Abbie . . 

Byrd, J. E 

Breaker, H. M. 
Bair, James A. . . 
Burt, Reynold M. 
Bigelow, R. C. 



Residence. 



Term, Four Years 
prom Date Given. 



Carrabelle . 
Alachua . . . 

Stuart 

Del ray 

Jacksonville 

Alva 

Jacksonville 
Tampa .... 



Gainesville 

Eleanor 

Jasper 

Fort Lauderdale 
Pensacola 



Eldridge 
Fernandina . 

Welaka 

Lake City . . . 

Duncan 

Millville 

Esto 

Chipley 

Clearwater . . . 
Lakeland 
Kynesville . . . 
Eustis ....... 

Pensacola 
Tallahassee . . 
Apalachicola . 
Cottage Hill . 
Dowling Park 

Wade 

Pensacola 

Raiford 

Kissimmee . . . 

Palatka 

Palatka 

Ocoee 



October 13, 
October 15. 
October. 22. 
October 23, 
November 2, 
November 5, 
November 15, 
December 11, 



1909 
1909 
1909 
1909 
1909 
1909 
1909 
1909 



December 14, 1909 
December 16, 1909 
December 16, 1909 
December 21, 1909 
December 21, 1909 



January 8, 
January 14, 
January 25, 
January 28, 
February 14, 
February 15, 
February 16, 
February 19, 
February 19, 
February 21, 
February 21, 
February 21, 
February 25, 
March 8, 



March 

March 

March 

March 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 



12, 

12, 

12, 

12, 

4, 

6, 

8, 

11, 

11, 

11, 



1910 

1910 

1910 

1910 

1910 

1910 

1910 

1910 

1910 

1910 

1910 

1910 

1910 

1910 

1910 

1910 

1910- 

1910 

1910 

1910 

1910 

1910 

1910 

1910 



136 



NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued. 



Name. 



RESIDENCE. 



Term, Four Years 
prom Date Given. 



Blackburn. R. E.. 
Blanton, D. F. 
Beckett, Ashland 

P. 

Brown, H. B 

Brown. R. B. ... 
Belisario, E. E. 
Bowers. J. W. . . . 
Bighams, H. W. . . 
Bryan, J. A., Jr.. 
Burpee, Helen C. 
Barnes, Allie R.- • 
Bergen, Wm. S.. . 
Billingsley, J. L.. 
Branning, W. S. . 
Batchelor, De . . . 
Boyd, W. Lacy . . 
Blitch, E. L. '. . . . 
Brock, Ernest . . . 
Bunch, James H. 

Boone, M. F 

Burns, I. G. .... 
Brewer, Thos. . . . 
Burton, Harry O. 
Byrd, W. R. 
Bryan, J. W. ... 

Butts, B. J 

Beed, V. L 

Bott, Sherlev C... 

Black, W. C 

Brown, Arthur E. 
Babcock, Geo. L.. 
Barfield, J. A. . . . 
Broome. G. R. ... 
Bird, John IT. ... 

Bryan, C. S 

Bates, L. W., Jr. . 

Barnes, Ed 

Brown, Pratt A. . 



Tain pa 
Perry . 



11. 
11, 

12, 

IB, 

26, 

3, 

6, 

6, 

16, 

26, 

26, 

2 

10,' 
10, 
18, 
20, 
24, 
27, 

7, 
12, 
IS, 
25, 
25, 

0. 

11, 
o 

13, 

13, 

13, 

13, 

16, 

20, 

6, 

6, 

6, 

6, 

14, 

Jacksonville ] October 20, 



Tarpon Springs 

Live Oak 

Callahan 

Jacksonville .. . 

Orestview 

Lakeland 

Jacksonville .. . 
Jacksonville .. . 

Marianna 

Jacksonville .. . 

Miami 

Titusvlile 

Winter Park . . 

Bartow 

«anta Fe , 

("hiplev , 

Fort White 

Bartow 

Miami 

Homestead 

Arcadia 

Hastings 

Lakeland 

Jacksonville 

Fort Myers 

Key West 

Clearwater 

Jacksonville 

Key West 

Greensboro 

Fort Pierce 

Monticello 

Chipley 

Bartow 



Fountain October 



April 
April 

April 

April 

April 

May 

May 

May 

May 

May 

May 

June 

June 

June 

June 

June 

June 

June 

Jnlv 

July 

July 

July 

July 

August 

August 

Sept'mber 

Sept'mber 

Sept'mber 

Sept'mber 

Sept'mber 

Sept'mber 

Sept'mber 

October 

October 

October 

October 



1010 
1010 

1010 
1010 
1010 
1010 
1010 
1010 
1010 
1010 
1010 
1010 
1010 
1010 
1010 
1010 
1010 
1010 
1010 
1010 
1010 
1010 
1910 
1010 
1910 
1010 
1010 
1010 
1010 
1010 
1!)10 
1010 
1010 
1010 
1010 
1010 
1010 
1010 



137 



NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued. 







Term, Four Years 


Name. 


RESIDENCE. 


prom Date G 


IVEN. 


Barnes, C. H„ Jr. 




November 10, 


1910 


Bubenik, Chas. . 




November 15, 


1910 


Britton, Ida J. . . 


Jacksonville 


November 15, 


1910 


Brodwater, Thos. 










B. 


Orlando , . 


November 15, 
December 7, 


1910 


Blake, Edwin S.. 




1910 


Blackwell, J. L.. 


Live Oak 


December 


13, 


1910 


Bushnell, J. W... 




December 


13, 


1910 


Blake, Henry A.. 


Fort Myers 


December 


13. 


1910 


Beattv, H. B 


Martel 


December 


U 


1910 


Bebinger, E W. . . 


Miami 


December 


17 


1910 


Burgess, G. C. 




December 


23, 


1910 


Buzbee, 0. P 


Riverview 


December 


29. 


1910 


Bonifav, E. Gale. 


Muscogee 


December 


31, 


1910 


Burk, J. S 


Willis 


January 


3 


1911 


Bailey, J. W 




January 


12, 


inn 


Brown, R. C 




January 


16, 


1911 


Brossier, F C. . . 


Miami 


January 
Januarv 


19, 

19, 


1911 


Bexley, M. A. . . . 


High Springs . . . 


1911 


Bevis, L. P 


Bascom 


January 
February 


25, 

7, 


1911 


Butler, Estelle D. 


Jacksonville 


1911 


Bowen, J. M 


( Miiplev 


February 


13, 


1911 


Blitch, Geo. J 


Ocala 


February 
February 


13, 

13, 


1911 


BaiSden, John H. 


Whittier 


1911 


Bussev, H. L. ... 


West Palm Beach 


February 


15, 


1911 


Booth, James W. 


St. Petersburg . . 


February 


10, 


1911 


Bedenbaugh,A. A. 


Lake City 


February 


24, 


1911 






February 


27, 


1911 


Bercerra, Jose . . 


Key West 


February 


27, 


1911 


Brooks, Leslie E.. 




February 


27, 


1911 


Brush, Louis J. . . 


Jacksonville 


February 


28, 


1911 


Bending, Frances 










G 


Tampa 


February 

March 

March 


28, 
0, 


1911 


Buttram, J. Henry 


Bonifav 


1911 


Boozer, R. T 


Lake Citv 


1911 


Bennett, U. M. . . 


DeLand 


March 


!», 


1911 


Broadhurst, Geo. 










B 


Fivav 


March 
March 


9, 
11, 


1911 


Burnham, A. J.. . 


Floral Citv 


1911 



138 



NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued. 



Name. 



RESIDENCE. 



Term, Four Years 
prom Date Given. 



Bailey, C. C 

Bishop, Henry W. 

Bennett, Russell 
W. 

Bardin, Robert T. 

Baguley, C. H. 

Bates, Thomas K. 

Bush, Henry .... 

Bradley, Eugene 
B 

Browne, Jefferson 
B 

Brannan, S. B. 

Barret, W. S 

Bullock, F. 

Barnes, J. C 

Bishop, Maury E. 

Bell, A. H. ...... 

Barbour, James C. 

Boulden, Ida M.. 

Borchardt, Sam- 
uel 

Brown,Herbert G. 

Barnes, E. L. ... 

Barden, Hazard . . 

Bayers, Ferdinand 

Barickman, 
Charles 

Boehning, W. H. 
Max 

Buttari, John . . . 

Bayley, Emma . . 

Blocker, J. C. ... 

Brinson, M. G. 

Bassett, Nellie E. 

Burrell, G. H. ... 

Burleigh, John C. 

Bishop, R. J 

Bell, F. B 



Silver Springs . . 
Eustis 

Jacksonville 

New River 

DeLand 

Sanf ord 

Yernon 

Orlando 

Kev West 

Lake City 

Tampa 

St. Andrews 

Jennings 

Crows Bluff 

Green Cove Sprgs 

Pensacola 

Tampa 

Tampa 

East Point 

St. Augustine . . . 

Okahumpka 

Gainesville 

Dade City 

Tampa 

Tampa 

Bartow 

St. Petersburg . , 

Lake City 

Tallahassee 

Oxford 

Frostproof 

Eldridge 

YVewahitchka 



March 
March 

March 

March 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

May 

May 

May 

May 

May 

May 

June 

June 

June 

June 
June 
June 
June 
Julv 
Julv 
July 
Julv 

Julv 

Julv 



17 

18 

24 
25 

7 
10 
10 

10 

10 

14 

14 

15 

15 

25 

4 

5 

5 

16 

18 
19 

8 
8 

12 

13 

13 
13 

17 
8 
8 
11 
13 
13 
19 



1911 
1911 

1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 



191! 

1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 

1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 

1911 

1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 



139 



NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued, 



Name. 



Residence. 



Term, Pour Years 
prom Date Given. 



Bracknell, Win. L 

Bryant, E. L. . . 

Brinkley, W. S 

Bailey, D. S. 

Booth, Jas. W. 

Brokaw, A K. 

Bogie, Mary E. 

Ballard, Irma 

Blake, W. H. . . 

Babers, H. J. . 

Bobbitt, Geo. W 
S. 

Bryan, Redin, Jr. 

Baker, Walter L. 

Bandy, C. L. 

Black well, J. N. . 

Bell, W. D 

Bevill, T. Sol ... 

Battle, J. E 

Barnard, Eliza- 
beth . 

Bowles, H. A. ... 

Barker W. J. . . . 

T^urke, Carrie . . . 

Ballon, John H.. 

Bear,- M. L 

Brooks, T. J 

Benson, Clifton D. 

B 1 a n t o n, W. 
Frank 

Butler, Geo. P. . . 

Bonaparte, Harry 

Brooks, Maggie . . 

Bailey, H. P 

Brodnax, Belle . . 

Brogden, A. L. . . 

Burnsed, W. H. . . 

Beasley, J. C 

Boyd, J. H. 



Deerfield .. . 
Miami 
Jacksonville 
Chipola 

Tampa 

Davtona 

Ocala 

Pensacola .. 

Tampa 

Gainesville . 



Gay 

Christina . 
Lake City 
Kissimmee 
Paiatka . . . 
Arcadia .. . 
Bushnell . . 
Snmterville 



Tampa 

Marianna 

Jacksonville . . . 
DeFuniak Springs 
Jacksonville .. . 

Pensacoia 

Jacksonville .. . 
Miami 



Miami 

Live Oak . . 
Jacksonville 

Wright 

Tampa 

Jacksonville 
Jacksonville 
Jacksonville 

Martel 

Miami 



August 
August 
August 
August 
August 
August 
August 
August 
August 
August 



7, 1911 
9, 1911 
9, 1911 
10, 1911 
10, 1911 
19; 1911 
19, 1911 
19, 1911 
19, 1911 
19, 1911 



August 19, 1911 
August 19, 1911 
Sept'mber 9, 1911 
Sept'mber 9, 1911 
Sept'mber 9, 1911 
Sept'mber 12, 1911 
Sept'mber 12, 1911 
Sept'mber 14, 1911 



Sept'mber 14, 
Sept'mber 14, 
Sept'mber 20, 
Sept'mber 20, 
October 2, 
October 2, 
October 5, 
October 9, 



October 
October 
October 
October 
October 
November 1, 
November 1, 
November 4, 
November 10, 
November 13, 



9, 

9, 
24, 

24, 

27, 



1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 

1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 



140 



NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued. 



Name. 


RESIDENCE. 


Term, Four Years 
from Date Given. 


Bowman, 0. K. . . 


McDavid 


November 22 


1911 


Bassett. Jr., Geo. 








W 


Palatka 


November 22 
November 22 


1911 


Ball, N. A 




1911 


Bell, Oregon 0. . . 


Jacksonville ..... 


November 22 


1911 


Bovett, J. J 


West Tampa .... 


November 22, 


1911 


Baltzell, G. L. 




November 22, 


1911 


Brown, W. E. . . . 


Miami 


November 27 


1911 


Brooks. J. A 


Lake Bntler .... 


December 7, 


1911 


Blndworth, W. T. 


DeFnniak Springs 


December 7, 


1911 


Becks, P. J 


Palatka 


December 8, 
December 11, 


1911 


Bryan, L. B 


Jacksonville 


1911 


Brazenor, Grace. 


Jacksonville 


December 12, 


1911 


Brigktwell. Lei ah 


West Tampa .... 


December 12, 


1911 


Blount R. C. ... 


Pimta Gorda .... 


December 12, 


1911 


Basford, ChesteJr- 








field 


Grand Ridge .... 
West Palm Beach 


December 15, 
December 15, 


1911 


Botts, Harry .... 


1911 


Biglow, Silas L. . . 


Tampa 


December 19, 
December 27, 


1911 


Baya, Louis Z. . . . 




1911 


Barber, J. W. . . . 


Macelenny '. 


January 6, 


1912 


Baker, W. E. . . . 


Gainesville 


January 6, 


1912 


Burgman, Chas F. 




January S, 


1911' 


Baisden, Vigene. 






1912 


Boggs, Lncien H. 


Jacksonville 


January 9, 


1912 


Bryan, J. H 


Kissimmee 


January 9, 


.1912 


Harrow, Dudley 0. 




January 16, 


1912 


BaQgott, Fred H. . 




January 21, 


1912 


Bowden, Wallace 








G 


Jacksonville 


February 2, 


1912 


Bailev, John E. !. 


Ocala 


February 17, 
February 17, 


1912 


Raines, W. W. . . 


West Palm Beach 


1912 


Brinson, A W. • • 


Altha 


February 17, 
February 17, 
February 1 7, 


1912 


Bland J W. 


Bartow 


1912 


Bercegeav J M. 


Miami 


1912 


Barlow Ethel . . 


Orlando 


February 17, 
February 17, 


1912 


Bryan, R, N. . . . 
Brown, J. D 


Nichols . .... 


1912 


Lake City 


February 17, 


1912 


Bnltman B C.. 


Miami 


February 21, 


1912 









141 



NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued. 



Name. 



residence. 



Term, Four Years 
from Date Given. 



Beach, D. E 

Brake, A. H 

Bryant, F. C. 
Booker, G. V. 

Bolton, A. J 

Brown, Robert B. 
Brophy, W. H. . . 
Bartow, R. A. . . . 
Branning, L. C. . 
Bragg, Willard L. 
Battle, Whaley E. 
Brandon, R. Iv. . . 
Bullard, Francis 

M 

Bkickburn. F. T.. 
Bean jean, R. W.. 

Beebe, H. M 

Bishop, F. S 

Bigelow, A. G.. . . 
Baker, G. W. ... 
Barnes, F. C. . . . 
Blanton, V. E. . . 
Bailey, W. J. ... 
Boldon, W. W. . . 
Bacon, Everett J. 
Blackwell, C. D.. 

Beall, R. M 

Benton, Archie . . 
Bigger, W. C. .. 
Brown, Dovelee . 
Brennan, T. I). . . 
Breare, Will E... 

Brown, H. O 

Bugg, Hattie N. . 
Botts, Alonzo O.. 

Barco, B. B 

Balster, John H.. 
Burton, M. R. ... 
Brinson, M. M.. . 



St. Petersburg 
Lynn Haven . . 

Bell 

Tampa 

Deerland 

Live Oak 

Crystal Springs 
Fort Drum .... 

Miami 

Okeechobee .... 

Perry 

Clearwater .... 

Jacksonville .. . 

Live Oak 

Melbourne .... 

Tampa 

Marianna 

Rockwell 

Altha 

Jacksonville .. . 

Lee 

Chipola 

Graceville 

Sarasota 

Live Oak 

Ocala 

Pensacola 

Tampa 

Tampa 

Jacksonville .. . 

Maytown 

Lake Butler . . 

Plant City 

Berrydale 

Tampa 

Jacksonville .. . 

Marianna 

Marathon 



February 21, 
February 21, 
February 22, 
February 23, 
February 17, 
February 26, 
February 27, 
March 14, 



March 
March 
March 
March 

March 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

May 

Mav 

Mav 

May 

May 

May 

May 

Mav 

May 

Mav 

Mav 

Mav 

May 

May 

Mav 

Mav 

Mav 

Mav 

May 

June 



18, 
18, 
22, 
2L 



1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 

1!)12 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 



27, 1912 
6, 1912 
0, 1912 

10, 1912 

10, 1912 

26, 1912 

9, 1912 

9, 1912 

9. 1912 

9, 1912 

9, 1912 

14, 1912 

14. 1912 

14, 1912 

14, 1912 

14, 1912 

14, 1912 

14, 1912 

15, 1912 

16, 1912 
20, 1912 
24, 1912 
24, 1912 

28, 1912 
80, 1912 

3, 1912 



142 



NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued, 



Name. 



RESIDENCE. 



Term, Four Years 
prom Date Given. 



Brown, C. J 

Beauchamp, Paul 
Bernard, J. T. .. 
Barnhill, Lemuel 
Bailey, Harry C. 
Bush, Wm. P. ... 
Blanton, L. W. . . 

Bird, J. B 

Barco, J. M. ... 
Branan, Neill . . . 
Barthle, J. A. ... 
Bogue, L. C. ... 
Baggett, Jas. L. . . 
Becker, A. C. ... 
Baldwin, L. W... 
Boger, Jr., C. H. 

Balis, E. C 

Bardin, Francis 

L 

Blanton, H. L. 
Barkley, D. B. 
Brain, Lidie M.. . 
Best, James H. . . 
Binnicker, C. S. . 
Buckan, P. E. ... 
Branning, R. E.. 
Boland, J. W. . . . 
Boone, Robbie E. 

Bevill, J. R 

Baker, Marguerite 

E 

Booth, Newton H. 
Bailey, Jr., G. T.. 
Beggs, Laura M.. 

Bellah, S. Z 

Byrd, J. R 

Brelsford, E. R.. 
Burdick, W. H... 
Baldwin, Cyril . . 



Pensacola 

Dade City 

Jacksonville 

Charlotte Harbor . 

San Mateo 

Jacksonville 

Perry 

Greenville 

Clearwater 

Green Cove Sprgs 

Ehren 

Eagle Lake 

Baker 

Jacksomrille 

Jacksonville 

Eatonville 

Bradentown .... 

Green Cove Sprgs 

Lake Bird 

Tampa , 

Orlando 

Bradentown 

Clearwater 

Englewood 

Miami 

Ocala 

Jacksonville 

Graham 

Jacksonville 

Fort Meade 

St. Petersburg . . 

Jacksonville 

Jay 

Rockwell 

Jacksonville 

Gainesville 

Arcadia 



June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
July 
July 
Julv 
Julv 
Julv 
July 
Julv 
Julv 
Julv 
July 
August 

August 
August 
August 
August 
August 
August 
August 
August 
August 
August 
Sept'mber 



10 

10 

11 

11 

11 

29 

5 

5 

6 

9 

9 

9 

15 

23 

23 

23 

8 

9 

9 

9 

9 

10 

10 

13 

15 

20 

26 



Sept'mber 3 
Sept'mber 6 
Sept'mber 9 
Sept'mber 18 
Sept'mber 24 
October 4 
October 4 
October 9 
October 10 



1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 

1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 

1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 



143 



NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued, 



Name. 


RESIDENCE. 


Term, Four Years 
from Date Given. 


Bell, J. D 

Baulicault, E. . . 
Boyd, Robert H.. 
Baumann, H 


St. Petersburg . . 

Jacksonville 

DeLand 

Glen St. Mary . . . 


October 
October 
October 
October 
• October 
October 
October 
November 
November 
November 
November 

November 
November 
November 
November 
December 
December 
December 
December 
December 
December 
December 

December 
December 
December 
December 

January 

January 
January 

January 
February 
February 
February 


11. 1912 

12, 1912 
12, 1912 
18, 1912 
25, 1912 


Bliteh, J. S 

Bryan, D. S 

Barber, W. I 

Barcoe, Sue ..... 

Bradshaw J. N. . 


Montbrook 

Maimi 


26, 1912 
29, 1912 


St. Cloud 

Orlando 


6, 1912 
14, 1912 
15, 1912 
15, 1912 


Bartleson, Gene 
vieve 


Jacksonville 

Rradentown 

Gainesville 

Kev West 

Raif ord 


19, 1912 


Barney, Clarke . . 
Broome, W. S. . . . 
Bolden, C. H 
Brooks, Geo. G.. . 
Bowman, A. L. . . . 

Brock, D. G. 

Byrd, J. C 

Broome, M. E. . . . 
Bryan, Frank A.. 

Bees, J. H 

Raggett, John W. 
Jr 


19, 1912 
19, 1912 
27, 1912 
4, 1912 
4, 1912 
6, 1912 
6, 1912 


Live Oak 

Fort Lauderdale.. 
Orlando 

Rlackman 

C 

West Palm Reach 
West Palm Reach 

Rradentown 

Rlountstown .... 


6, 1912 
10. 1912 
10, 1912 

14, 1912 


Brown, E. Hunter 
Rrost, Alfred 

Carter, Graham . . 

Chillingworth, C. 

C 


20, 1912 
20, 1912 
26, 1912 

9, 1909 
11, 1909 


Currie, Geo. G. . . 

Corn well, Arthur 

T 


11, 1909 
13, 1909 


Coxwell, E. F. 
Chappell, G. C. . . 
Clubbs, Elbert A. 


5, 1909 

5, 1909 

6, 1909 



144 



NOTARIES PUBLIC— Contin ued. 



Name. 



Residence. 



Term, Four Years 
from Date Given. 



Condon, Nicholas 

Craven, J. C 

Chillingworth, R. 

J. .*. 

Clarkson, Theo. H. 
Coker, Jonathan 
Colcord, R. E. 
Cain, James L. . 
Crenshaw, W. H.. 
Crawford, W. H.. 
Chandler, A. G. . 
Crawford, W. B . . 
Conoley, D. F. . . 
Cooler, F. B. 
Carlton, F. M. . . 
Clarkson, A. I). . 
Caldwell. F. K. . . 

Carter, J. Y 

Comstock, Marian 

L 

Canova, Thos. R 
Curry, Win. B.. . . 
Campbell, Wallace 
Clarke, W. L. ... 
Cnbberly, Fred. . . 
Curry, Chas. J. . . 
Chapman,Julia K. 
Cooper, Annie M. 

Crews, G. L 

Chalker, Jas. D . . 
Cunningham, E d 

ward 

Cox, John F 

Chalker, Geo. A.. 
Connor, Dan W. . 
Carpenter, Robt.R. 

Clarke, S. D 

Carroll, Geo., A. . 
Church, Geo. W. . 



Pensacola. .... 
Sutherland .... 

West Palm Beach 
Jacksonville .. . 

Gardner 

Jacksonville . . . 

Carr 

Coleman 

Pensacola 

Panama City . . 

Pensacola 

Tampa 

Brooksville . . . 

Wimauma 

Lake Helen . . . 

Tampa 

Harper . 

Jacksonville . . . 
Sanderson .... 

Key West 

Freeport 

Lake Jackson . 
Cedar Keys . . . 

Key West 

Orlando 

Westville 

Ohicora 

Macclenny .... 

Tampa 

Lakeland 

Middleburg . . . 

Hilliard 

Sneads 

Monticello .... 
Jacksonville . . . 
Eustis 



February 9 
February 10 

February 10 

February 16 

Februarv 19 

March ' 3 

March 

March 

March 

March 

March 

March 

April 



April 
April 
April 

April 

April 
May 
May 
May 

May 

June 

rl une 

June 

June 

June 

July 

•J ulv 

Julv 

July 

July 

July 

August 

August 

August 



5 

5 

6 

11 

12 

30 

9 

9 

13 

15 

16 

20 
8 
12 
35 
20 
11 
11 
12 
16 
25 
6 

12 
13 
14 
17 
23 
6 
10 
16 



1909 
1909 

1909 
1909 
1909 
1909 
1909 
1909 
1909 
1909 
1909 
1909 
1909 
1909 
1909 
1909 
1909 

1909 
i909 
1909 
1909 
1909 
1909 
1909 
1909 
1909 
1909 
1909 

1900 
1909 
iyue 
1909 
1909 
1909 
1909 
1909 



145 



NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued. 







Term, Four Years 


Name. 


Residence. 


from Date Given. 


Chappelle,Peter A. 


Jacksonville 


Sept'mber 6, 1909 


Credille, A. A. 


Pensacola 


Sept'mber 11, 1909 


Coulter, J. W. 




Sept'mber 11. 190U 


Clark, W. W. 


Milton 


Sept'mber 20, 1909 
Sept'mber 21, 1909 


Cate, W. G 


White Springs . . 


Christian, Harrv 






W 


Eau Gallie 

Steinhatehee . . . . 


October 2, 1909 


Cannon, W. 0. . . 


October 9, 1909 


Chandlee, C. M... 


Panama^ City .... 


October 12, 1909 


Carnell, James . . 


Ormond 


October 13, 1909 


Clements, C. J. 




October 22, 1909 


Carter, John L. . 


Bronson 


November 5,1909 


Conrad, F. N. ... 




November 5,1909 


Clyatt, W. W. ... 


Ocala 


November 5,1909 
November 26, 1909 


Collins, M. C. . . . 




Caldwell, John W. 


Astor Park 


December 14, 1909 


Campbell, Charles 






J. F 


Melbourne 

Jasper 


December 14, 1909 


Caldwell, H. S. . . 


December 16, 1909 


Campbell, G. B... 


DeFuniak Springs 


December 21, 1909 


Cason, F. W 


Miami 


December 21, 1909 


Cason, H. H 




December 24. 1909 


Campbell, Nell .. 




January 10, 1910 


Colvin, H. I). ... 


St. Cloud 


January 12, 1910 


Chandler, John N. 


Pensacola 


Januarv 13, 1910 


Caldwell, John M. 


Jasper 


Januarv 27, 1910 


Crosby, Robt. G . . 


Jacksonville 


Februarv 2, 1910 


Chancev, W. H. . . 


Tallahassee 


February 8. 1910 


Cellon, F. M 


Gainesville 


February 9, 1910 


Charles, James J. 


Florahome 


Februarv 14, 1910 


Carlton, C. J. ... 




Februarv 15, 1910 


Cooke, R. F. E. . . 




February 19, 1910 


Carroll, Marshall 






M 


Westville 


Februarv 19, 1910 


Conwav, Ephraim 




R 


Harlem 


Februarv 21, 1910 


Conner, E. S 


Live Oak 


March 3, 1910 


Cravey, Geo. C. . . 


Pensacola 


March 4, 1910 


Cohen, A. M 


Pensacola 


March 12, 1910 



10— s. s. 



140 



NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued. 



Name. 



Residence. 



Term, Four Years 
from Date Given. 



Carver, L. A. .... 
Cawtlion, Howard 

L. 

Clark, R. S 

Causey, James . . 
Calhoun,N. Bessie 
Capen, Roger I . . 
Covode, Minnie B. 
Caldwell, Beulah. 
Carmichael, M. D. 
Church. F. L. ... 

Case, J W 

Clarke, L. K 

Cole, Royal E. . . 
Cunningham, D.J. 
Campbell, S. U.. . 
Condon, W. W. . . 

Crarv, P. F 

Clyde, J. R 

Cain, M. C 

Carroll, Josephine 
( Campbell, Eva . . 
Curry, Claude T. . 
Cotrell, Eugene L. 
Coxetter, S. V. 
Cureton, Thos K. 
Conkling, Homer 

C 

Cox, J. J 

Cannon, J. W. . . 

Cone, W. B 

Collins, Thos. A.. 
Corvell, Win. L. . 
Crdwell, B. P. ... 
Criehlow, W. B. S. 
Cunningham, Erin 

L. 

Crews, Cornelius. 
Grain, Edward H. 



Jacksonville 

DeFuniak Springs 

Tampa 

Dover 

Marianna 

Jacksonville 

Tampa 

DeFuniak Springs 
West Palm Beach 
Cocoanut Grove. . 

Hastings 

Pensacola 

Ocala 

Pensacola 

Summerfleld .... 

Ocala 

Tampa 

Marathon 

Welcome 

Tampa 

Tampa 

Venice 

Old Town 

Lloyd 

St. Augustine . . 

West Palm Beach 
DeFuniak Springs 

Lakeland 

Lake City 

Modello 

Orlando 

Miami 

Palmetto 

Bartow 

Zolfo 

Crainlvn 



March 14, 1910 



April 

April 

April 

April 

May 

May 

May 

May 

May 

May 

May 

May 

June 

June 

June 

June 

June 

June 

June 

June 

June 

July 

July 

Auffiist 



6, 1910 

11, 1910 

11, 19] 

14, 1910 
3, 1910 
6, 1910 
6, 1910 
G, 1910 
9, 1910 

16, 1910 

15, 1910 
26, 1910 
11. 1910 

14. 1910 

15, 1910 
15, 1910 
15, 1910 

17, 1910 
17, 1910 
24. 1910 
24, 1910 

8, 1910 
11, 1910 

9, 1910 



August 11, 
August 16, 
Sept'mber 13. 
Sept'mber 22, 
October 10. 
October 10, 
November 4. 
November 5, 



1910 

1910 
1910 
191(1 
1910 
1910 
1910 
1910 



November 11, 1910 
November 19, 1010 
November 19. 1910 



147 



NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued. 



Name. 



Residence. 



Term, Four Years 
from Date Given. 



Couch, L. G 

Coleman, T. W.. . 

Cone, F. P 

Chunn, Perry E.. 

Carlton, I. L. 

Cook, Chas. C. .. 

Cornell. James J. 

Campbell, J. K... 

Cawley, Lillian E. 

Chambers, Jennie 
Mav 

Clayton, T. B 

Cole, S. C 

Cassels, R. H. ... 

Cole, A. S 

Curtis, James H. 

Curry, F. V 

Carmine, Lilye . . 

Clary, Jas. L. . . . 

Case, Henry B.. . 

Cobb, Jr., F. H. . . 

Colson, W. T. ... 

Cox, Boyd A 

Clark, J. B 

Cohen, M. Henry. 

Cain, W. D. 

Clark, W. F 

Collins, Alonzo F. 

Clements, Guy H. 

Collens, P. W. ... 

Covington. Terrell 

Collens, H. C. . 

Campbell, J. Bax- 
ter 

Conklin, Oscar T. 

Campbell, John A. 

Crawley, John T. 

Caro, Herbert P.. 

Caraballo, Martin 



Plant City . . 

Perry 

Lake City . . . 

Lakeland . . . 

Tampa 

Live Oak . . . 

Sarasota 

Bluff Spring's 

Jacksonville . 



West Palm Beach 

Falmouth 

Lake City 

Island Grove . . . 

St. Cloud 

Key West 

Bradentown . . . 

Live Oak 

Laurel Hill ... 
Fort Myers . . . 
McLellan ..... 

Nash 

Vernon 

Crystal River . 

Tampa 

Ocala 

Cottondale .... 

Oneco . 

Jacksonville .. . 
Summerfleld . . 

Pensacola 

Milton 



Quincy . . 
Miami . . . 

Ebb 

Live Oak 
Pensacola 
Tampa . . . 



November 23, 
November 23, 
December 7, 
December 9, 
December 14, 
December 14, 
December 14, 
December 17. 
December 29, 

January 11, 
January 21, 
January 16, 
January 19, 
January 31, 
January 31, 
February 9, 
February 13, 
February 15, 
February 15, 
February 27, 
March 4, 



March 

March 

March 

March 

March 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

May 

May 

May 

May 

Mav 



9, 
11. 
15, 
24, 
29. 
1, 
7, 

13, 
25, 



1910 
1910 
1910 
1910 

1910 
1910 
1910 
1910 
1910 

1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911. 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 



27. 1911 

6, 1911 

6, 1911 

6, 1911 

10. 1911 

10, 1911 



148 



NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued. 



Name. 



Residence. 



Term, Four Years 
from Date Given. 



Carroll, Chas T... 
Cottingham, J. D. 
Creamer, W. O. 
Clyatt, Lee J. . 
Cohen, Ethel . . 
Crews A. S. . . 
Corley, J. C. H. 
Carter, M. E. .. 
Carson, Joseph W 
Carter, Jr., F. B. 
Curry, Chas. T. . . 
Colson, Barney R. 
Cornelius, G. H. . 
Creel, R. W. .... 

Crocker, O 

Carter, Lamar G.. 
Campbell, Thos. J. 

Clark, W. A 

Carter, Jr., Syd L. 
Cooper, Jr., John 

C 

Cold, H. K 

Carter, H. E 

Chapman, R. H.. . 
Crutchfield, A. J.. 
Calhoun, Julian 

C. 

Clvatt, M. M. ... 
Caldwell, W. C. . . 
Clark, Win. F. . . 

Grain, O. G. 

Cox, J. A 

Cassels, J. E. .... 

Cobb, C. W 

Curtis, W. H. ... 
Chesshyre, Chas. 

Newton 

Cathcart, W. S. . . 



Monticello .... 
Florahorne .... 

Saunders 

Dunnellon .... 
Jacksonville .. . 

Starke 

Crestview 

Daytona 

Frostproof .... 
Pensacola ..... 
Bradentown . . . 
Gainesville .... 

Tampa 

Bonifay 

Vernon 

Mayo 

West Palm Beach 

Plant City 

Gainesville .... 



Jacksonville 
Key West . . 
Live Oak 
Lake City . . 
Cottondale 

Palatka 
Otter Creek 

Jasper 

Middleburg 
Jacksonville 
Lakeland . . 
Plant Citv . 
Milton ..'... 
Quincv 



Mav 
May 
May 
May 
May 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
July 
Julv 
Julv 
July 
July 
Julv 
Julv 



11, 1011 

16, 1911 

16, 1911 
19, 1911 
23, 1911 

8, 1911 

13, 1911 

13, 1911 

13, 1911 

13, 1911 

17, 1911 
22, 1911 

1, 1911 

8, 1911 

8, 1911 

8, 1911 

14, 1911 
15,1911 

22, 1911 



Julv 22, 1911 

July 26, 1911 

August 7, 1911 

August 7, 1911 

August 7, 1911 



August 10, 
August 19, 
August 19, 
August 19, 
Sept'mber 6, 
Sept'mber 9. 
Sept'mber 14, 
Sept'mber 1 5, 
October 9, 



1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 



Leesburg 
Tampa . 



October 9, 1911 
October 9, 1911 



149 



NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued. 



Name. 



Residence. 



Term, Four Years 
from Date Given. 



Cathcart, James 

M 

Carlton, D. F. . 
Carlton, CI a u d e 

L 

Clyatt, Vernon . . 

Cook, J. E 

Campbell, J. Bow- 
ers 

Chapline, Jr., J. 

B 

Cone, H. P 

Cook, A. K. ... 
Connell, W. E. . . 
Childerson, Cecil 

M 

Campbell, Pat- 

tillo 

Costa, Pauline 
Comstock, Bertha 

R 

Cate, Kathrvne. 
Cox, J. C. ....'. 
Colbert, W. L. . 
Colcock, Millicent 

W. . 

Campbell, John T. 
demons, J. R. B.. 

Cortino, I J 

Campbell, J. A. .. 

Curtis, R. M 

Cody, John A. . . . 
Carter, Ira J. ... 
Crook, Herbert . . 

Collins, J. S 

Cotter, E. R 

Calhoun, C L. . . . 
Carkhuff, L. D. . . 
Coxwell, B. E. . . . 



Tampa 
Tampa 



Arcadia . . , 
Fort Meade 
Malone 



Marianna 



Sarasota 

Aycock 

St. Petersburg- 
Manatee 



Pensacola . 

Pensacola . 
Tallahassee 



Miami 
Tampa 
Genoa 
Oca la . 



Jacksonville .. 
Bradentown .. 
Jacksonville .. 

Tampa 

Jacksonville .. 

Ocala 

Hastings 

Newberry . . . . 

Palatka' 

Webster 

Jacksonville .. 
Compass Lake 

Bonifay 

Frink 



October 9, 
October 10. 



October 
October 



14, 
14. 



October 24, 



1911 
1911 

1911 
1911 
1911 



October 24. 1911 



October 27, 
October 31, 
November 1, 
November 11 



1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 



November 14, 1911 

November 16, 191 L 
November 22 1911 

November 22, 1911 
December 12. 1911 
December 15, 1911 
December IS, 1911 



December 

January 

January 

January 

January 

February 

February 

February 

February 

February 

February 

March 

March 

March 



4. 
15, 
16, 
31, 
17, 
17, 
21, 
21, 
23, 
26, 

4, 

5, 

8, 



1911 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1911: 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 



150 



NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued. 



Name. 



Residence. 



Term, Four Years 
from Date Given. 



Curry, Ward E. 
Conrad, Chas. . 
Cooley, L. A. 
Comandee, Carl 
Cox, James J. . 
Chapman, E. M. 
Clark, S. W. 
Chesnut, C. H. 
Covington, C. O 
Carpenter, M. J 
Carver, D. G. 
Clarke, Jr., J. W. 
Christopher, H. G. 

Cullen, R. T 

Conway, J. W. . . 
Condry, Samuel . 
Coleman, W. E. . . 
Curtright, Lucius 

C. 

Chancellor, T. A.. 
Carmichael, A. D. 
Campbell, James 
Coleman, W. J. 
Calhoun, W. F. 
Carter, J. B. . 
Charles, L. L. 
Chapman, A. W 
Carlton, A. B. 
Chambliss, Z. C 

Carlton, V 

Crawford, F. E. 
Clark, James M 
Cline, Elmer E. 
Clayton, C. M. 
China, W. A. 
Chafin, W. T. 
Carlton, Dovle E 
Clayton, A. J 
Clavton. A. L. 



Sarasota 

Port Tampa 

Miami 

Bruce 

Wausau 

Jacksonville 

Lynn Haven .... 

Jacksonville 

DeLand 

Keysville 

Miami 

Esto 

Jacksonville 

Tampa 

Palatka 

Jacksonville 

Chipley 

Fort Myers 

St. Petersburg . . 

Chipley 

Sarasota 

Jacksonville 

Hampton Springs 

Portland 

Caryville 

Homestead 

Tampa 

Ocala 

Jacksonville 

Montbrook 

Graceville 

Auburndale 

Lakeland 

Bunnell 

Frink 

Tampa 

Aucilla 

Jacksonville 



March 

March 

March 

March 

March 

March 

March 

March 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

May 

May 

May 

May 

May 
May 
May 

May 

June 

June 

June 

June 

June 

June 

June 

Julv 

July 

Julv 

July 

Julv 

Julv 

July 

July 

July 



14 
14 
14 
14 
14 
18 
11 
23 
6 
10 
15 
17 
17 
9 
9 
14 
14 

14 
14 
15 

17 

4 

8 

8 

11 

11 

13 

13 

3 

3 

5 

6 

15 
15 
19 



1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1910 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 

1912 
1912 
1912 

1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1012 
1912 



151 



NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued. 







Term, Four Years 


Name. 


Residence 


from Date G 


IVEN. 


Collins, V. B. ... 


Plant City 


August 9, 


1912 


Crowell, T. R. C. 




August 20, 


1912 


Chase, Raymond . 




August 29, 


1912 


Crews, E. E 


Crewsville 


Sept'mber 6, 


1912 


Colvin, D. L 


Ealum 


Sept'mber 7, 
Sept'mber 12, 
Sept'mber 12, 


1912 


Corbett S. T. ... 


Pinetta 


1912 


Crews, A. C 


Black, Ala 


1912 


Cartmel, E. C. 


Jacksonville 


Sept'mber 18. 


1912 


Conner, J, W. ... 


Jacksonville .... 


Sept'mber 24, 


1912 


Coe, Ray M 




October 5, 


1912 


Cobb, S. E 


Jacksonville .... 


October 5, 


1912 


Cordery, E. Alon- 








zo 


Fort Meade .... 


October 10, 


1912 


Chadman, Wal- 




lace 


Punta Gorda . . . 
Crestview 


October 11, 
October 19 


1912 


Cain, N. F 


1912 


Carroll, T. A 




November 1 


1912 


Clark, D. W 


St. Petersburg . . . 


November 14 


1912 


Cason, 0. W 


Cross Citv 


November 29 


1912 


Chaffin, E. P 




December 6 


1912 


Crego, Frank 
Cushman, A. M. .. 


Delray 


December 10 


1912 




December 10 


1912 


Clark, J. D 


Mount Pleasant .. 


December 20 


1912 


Oraver, John M... 


Tarpon Springs . 

D 
Jacksonville 


December 27 


1912 


DeWitt, W. T. 


Januarv 21, 


1909 


Dancey, Miller H. 


Jacksonville 


February 3, 


1909 


Deming, George.. 


Crainlvn 


February 3, 


1909 


Dond, Noel J. . . . 


Jacksonville 


February 5, 


1909 


Dunn, M. N 


Tampa 


February 5, 
February 6, 


1909 


Dixon, W. R. ... 


Ponce DeLeon . . . 


1909 


Dennis, F. E. ... 


Dutton 


Februarv 11, 


1909 


Dickson, A. J., Jr. 


Comfort 


February 12, 


1909 


DeVane, Alma . . 


Plant City 


February 16, 


1909 


Dunn, Joseph R.. 




February 24, 


1909 


Dart, Julian H. . 


Jacksonville 


February 24, 


1909 


Davis, Robert E. . 




March 5, 


1909 



152 



NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued. 



Name. 



Residence. 



Term, Four Years 
prom Date Given. 



Davis, M. B 

Duncan, Harry C. 
Donaldson, H. D. 
Dickman, L. L. 
Dunham, David L. 
Dayton, O. L. ... 
Duryee, Wm. B. C. 
Dickinson,Frances 
Dansey, W. C. . . . 
Dickey, W. E. ... 
Denham, John A. 
Douglass, John C. 
Dittmar, A. C. . . 
Dillon, B. Frank 

Jr 

Dearing. Frank P. 
Daniels, 0. S. ... 
Drought, A. E. 
Dilzer, Chas. R... 
Denham, Thos. P. 

Davis, L. A 

I )empsey, John (J. 
Dozier, Screven . . 
Dickenson, E. R.. 
Dunham, David R. 
DeLand, M. H. .. 
Dudley, C. T. ... 
Dishong, T. K. . . 
DeVault, G. V. . . 
DeCottes, Geo A. 
I )eGarmo, S. C. . . 
Baffin, R. L. .... 
Dorman, A. J. . . 
Dujohn, Frieda 

M 

D'Alemberte, E.A. 

Dees, Otis B 

Davis, W. Clyde. 
Douglass, J. B.. . 



Hague 

Tavares 

Freeport .... 
Ruskin ..... 
St. Augustine 
Dade City .. 
Fernandina . 
Orange City 
Gainesville .. 
Benhaden . . . 
Graceville .. . 

Argyle 

Fort Pierce . 

Jacksonville . 
Jacksonville . 
St. Augustine 
Kissimmee . . 
New Smyrna 
Jacksonville . 
Glendale .... 
Port Tampa . 
Jacksonville . 

Tampa 

Jacksonville . 
Williston . . . 

Tampa 

Arcadia 

Umatilla .... 

Sanford 

Tampa 

Marianna . . . 
Jennings .... 

Jacksonville . 
Pensacola . , . 

Mavo 

Crandall 
Gainesville .. 



March 

March 

April 

April 

April 

April 

May 

May 

June 

June 

June 

June 

June 

June 
July 

Julv 

July 

August 

Sept'mber 

Sept'mber 

Sept'mber 

October 

October 

October 

November 

November 

November 

November 

December 

December 

January 

January 



5, 1909 

13, 1909 

9, 1909 

9, 1909 

13, 1909 

26, 1909 
20, 1909 

27, 1909 
7, 1909 
9, 1909 

11, 1909 

11, 1909 

11, 1909 



24, 
6, 

15, 

17, 
6, 
6, 
8. 

23 
9, 

12. 

28, 
9. 
!), 
9, 

11, 

16, 

21, 

U, 

18, 



February 2, 
February 7, 
February 21, 
Februarv 25, 
March " 12, 



1909 
1909 
1909 
1909 
1909 
1909 
1909 
1909 
1909 
1909 
1909 
1909 
1909 
1909 
1909 
1909 
1909 
1910 
1910 

1910 
1910 
1910 
1910 
1910 



153 



NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued. 



Name. 



Residence. 



Term, Four Years 
prom Date Given. 



Davis, Gary R. . . 
Dean, James .... 

Doss, W. T 

Dougherty, E. F.. 
Dickinson, J. J . .. 
Davis, Frank H . . 
Divine, W. F. ... 
Dorchester, W. E. 
Debose, S. W. ... 

Donner, C 

DavenportjThos.SS. 
Dickinson, I. P. . . 
Dawsey, James E. 
DonoVan,LeBaron 

Deane, O. G 

DeCottes, W. D.. 
Deen, Mabel .... 
Durrance, A. L.. . 
Dowling, Raleigh 

C 

Davis, Jeff L 

Dorman, T. M. . . 

Dorr, Geo N 

DeNazarie. Julien 
DaCosta, N. C. . . 

Davis, J. S 

Drake, Frank . . . 
Ihvyer, John F.. . 
Dickson. H N. 
Darner, G. E. . . . 
Drew, Julius .... 
Dayton, Geo W. . 
Dorman, W. R. . . 
Dowling, S. T. . . 

Dozier, A. J 

DuBose, H. C. 
DeSilva, J. Stuart 
Dollins, L. J. .... 
Douglas, C. W. . . 



Bascom 

Jacksonville .. 

Hinson 

Perry 

Sanf ord 

Apopka 

St. Petersburg 

Tampa 

Gainesville .. . 
Pablo Beach . 

Miami 

Jacksonville .. 
Floral City . . 

Tampa • 

Eustis 

Jacksonville .. 
Jacksonville .. 
Arcadia 

Jacksonville .. 

Perry 

Macclenny . . . 
Heidtville 
Jacksonville .. 
Gainesville .. . 
St. Petersburg 

Ocala 

Jacksonville .. 

Orlando 

Boynton 

Jacksonville .. 
Dade City . . . 

Houston 

Raiford 

Arcadia 

Sanford 

Pensacola .... 

Orlando 

Lulu 



April 

April 

April 

May 

May 

May 

May 

May 

May 

May 

June 

June 

June 

July 

Julv 

July 

July 

August 



16 
19 
19 
5 
6 
7 
7 
9 

16 
20 



10 

8 

9 

20 

27 
6 



August ! 
Sept'mber 7 
September 8 
Sept'mber 16 
Sept'mber 16 
October 6 
October 17 
October 22. 
November 4 
November 19 
November 19 
November 23 
December 29 
January 7 
January 7, 
January 11, 
February 15, 
Februarv 22, 
March * 13, 
March 13, 



1910 
1910 
1910 
1910 
1910 
1910 
1910 
1910 
1910 
1910 
1910 
1910 
1910 
1910 
1910 
1910 
1910 
1910 

1910 
1910 
1910 
1910 
1910 
1910 
1910 
1910 
1910 
1910 
1910 
1910 
1910 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 



154 



NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued. 



Name. 



Residence. 



Term, Four Years 
prom Date Given. 



■i#ij4wl*i :'" ' 
DuPius, CO. ... 
Drumright, E. B. 
Dav, Henry E. . . . 

Dolive, H. L 

Devore, W. L. ... 
Donnelly, Alfred 

E 

Dorsey, D. A. 
Drysdale, R. D. . . 
Dodge, John W.. 
Dalloz, Magdalen 
Dickinson, C. P.. 
Davis, Joe F. . . . 
Doolv, Oscar E. . . 

Doig, D. H 

Davis, Chas. E. . . 
Douglass, Arthur 

E. 

Dickens, B. H.. 
Davis, John A. 
Drane, H. J. 
Duggar, O, P. . 
Davis, C. T. ... 
Daniel, C. L. . . 
Douglass, Edward 
DeSteuben, Thos. 

J 

Dahlstrom, Hil 

dur 

DaCosta, A J. .. 
Dolive, Louis S. . . 

Dovell, M. O 

Daniell, Lee 

Dean, Joel A. . . . 
Durrance, R. N. . 

Duncan, T 

Dimick, Frank M 

Dodge, H. L 

Douglass, C. B. . . 



Alachua . . . 

Tampa 

Jacksonville 

Tampa 

Jacksonville 



Daytona . . . 

Miami 

Jacksonville 
Jacksonville 
Jacksonville 
Orlando . . . 
Marianna . . 
Jacksonville 
Jacksonville 
Madison . . . 



DeLand 

Bellisle 

Florala, Ala. 
Lakeland . . . 

Havana 

Pensacola .. . 
Fort Pierce . 
Gardner 



Jensen 



Pensacola 

Gainesville 

Orlando 

Orlando 

Pensacola 

Jacksonville .... 
East Palatka . . . 

Jacksonville 

West Palm Beach 
Lynn Haven .... 
Tarpon Springs. . 



March 24, 1911 

April 14, 1911 

May 10, 1911 

Mav 11, 1911 

Mav 11, 1911 



Mav 


11, 


1911 


May 


13, 


1911 


Mav 


23, 


1911 


June 


8, 


1911 


June 


8, 


1911 


June 


12, 


1911 


June 


17, 


1911 


July 


7, 


1911 


August 


2 


1911 


August 


5, 


1911 



August 19, 
August 29, 
August 29, 
Sept'mber 9, 
Sept'mber 9, 
October 3, 
October 9, 
October 9, 



1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 



October 12, 1911 



October 14, 
November 4, 
November 13, 
November 16, 
November 22, 
November 27, 
December 8, 
December 12, 
December 12, 
December 15, 
December 20, 



1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 



155 



NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued. 



Name. 



Residence. 



Term, Four Years 
from Date Given. 



Dell, J. W 

Dodge, Jr., Wm. 

H 

Diamond, Julius. 
Daniel, Jr., R. P. . 
Douglas, R. D. 

Davis, J. F 

Dupuv, Jno. W.. 
DeCroix, F. W... 
Donegan, Arthur 

E. 

Durrance, J. R. .. 
Danese, John B.. 

Dehay, J. C 

Denson, L. C. . . . 
Dunbar, Emmett. 

Davis, T.- J 

Dow, Alice K. . . 

Dial, KB 

Dekle, C. B 

Dickinson, J. L. . 
DuBose, E. M... 
Duggar, J. Frank 

Day, W. W 

Dieterich, H. G.. . 
Durham, G. H... 
De Castro, Rafael 

Bermudez 

DeVance, Dozier 

A 

Dameron, C. W.. . 
Donohoo, Aug. M. 
Dempsev, W. J.. • 
Donnell* E. B. 

Dixon, A. J 

Denham, G. O. 
Dawkins, W. H. . . 
Davidson, E. C. . . 
Decker, S. D. . . . 



Alachua ....... 

Jacksonville 

Tallahassee 

Jacksonville 

Leroy 

Pensacola 

Jacksonville 
Dania 

Kissimrnee 

Tarpon Springs . 

Jacksonville 

Jacksonville 

Gulf City 

Jacksonville 

Marianna 

Pensacola 

Gainesville 

Tampa 

Greenwood 

Jacksonville 

Bristol 

Pensacola 

Sanford 

Tampa 

Ybor City 

Tampa 

Port Orange . . . 
Jacksonville 

Branford 

Jacksonville 

Esto 

Bartow 

Millville 

Jacksonville 
St. Cloud 



January 8, 1912 

January 8, 1912 

January 8, 1912 

January 9, 1912 

January 11, 1912 

January 31, 1912 

January 31, 1912 
Februarvl7. 1912 



February 

February 

March 

March 

March 

March 

March 

April 

April 

April 

April 

May 

May 

May 

May 

Mav 



21, 
17, 

5, 

8, 

14, 

18, 

27, 

3, 

10, 

10, 

15, 

3, 

9, 

14, 

14, 

14, 



1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 



June 11, 1912 



July 

July 

July 

July 

July 

August 

August 

August 

Sept'mber 

Sept'mber 



2, 1912 
9, 1912 
9, 1912 

15, 1912 
30, 1912 
9, 1912 
13, 1912 
20, 1912 

3, 1912 
6, 1912 



15G 



NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued. 



Name. 



Residence. 



Term, Four Years 
from Date Given. 



Dyer, Harry 
Davis, Maud E. . . 

Davis, R. L 

Davis, W. D 

Dimworth, Wm... 
Dzialynski, Ger- 
trude 

Douglass, John. .. 
Dickinson, F. D.. 
Dorn, Joseph K... 

Dekle, B. E 

Davis, W. B 



Evans, S. G. 
Edwards, W. M. 
Edwards, O. T. 
Evans, J. J. 
Eubanks, A. M. 
Eldridge, P. W. 
Edwards, T. A. 
Eitzen, Gus . . . 
Edwards, Geo. M. 
Edward, F. W., 

Jr 

Etheridge, Mamie 
Edwards, W. P. . . 
Endicott, J. M. . . 
Edwards, W. M. . 
English, A. J. . . 
English, Hugh S.. 
Edmundoz, Juan 

C 

Eliot, C. S 

Edwards, A. S. 
Ewing, Earl W. . 
Eyesles, H. H. . . . 
Evans, W. E 



Stuart 

Bradentown 

Zephyrhills 

Tampa 

Miami 

Jacksonville 

Jacksonville 

Jacksonville 

Miami 

Tampa 

Perry 

E 

Tampa 

Welborn 

Jacksonville 

Evans 

Ivan 

Westville 

White Springs . . 

Pensacola 

Jacksonville 

Jacksonville 

Marianna 

Trilby 

St. Petersburg . . 

Gainesville 

Shady Grove 
Alva 

Moffitt . . 

Tampa 

Bluff Springs . . . 
Winter Garden . . 

Jacksonville 

Monticello 



Sept'mber 12, 1912 
Sept'mber 12, 1912 
Sept'mber 16. 1912 
October 11, 1912 
October 22, 1912 

November 6, 1912 
November 29, 1912 
November 29, 1912 
December 10, 1912 
December 14, 1912 
December 20, 1912 



February 

February 

February 

February 

April 

April 

April 

April 

May 



6, 1909 

S, 1909 

10, 1909 

10, 1909 

9, 1909 

9, 1H09 

10, 1909 

19, 1909 

5, 1909 



Mav 18, 1909 

July 23, 1909 

October 9, 1909 
November 9, 1909 
November 1 1, 1909 
December 9, 1909 
February 14, 1910 

Februarvll, 1910 

Februarv21, 1910 

March " 12, 1910 

March 22, 1910 

March 28, 1910 

April 11, 1910 



157 



NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued. 



Name. 



Residence. 



Term, Four Years 
from Date Given. 



Ebenbeck, Chas. . . 
Edwards, Geo. A. 
Ensign, Frank H. 
English, M. C. . . 
Elliott, H. B. 
Elmore, F. S. ... 
Edwards, W. A. . . 

Eiland, L. D 

Eldridge, J. J. . . 
Edwards, E. A. 
Edwards, Cullen 

W 

Elliott, Jesse M.. 

Evers, O. C 

Eggart, C. W. ... 
Edmondson, W. H 
Ezeile, Alice .... 
Elmore, F. H. ... 
Ennis, Carl E. . . 
Epperson, C. C. . . 

Eldred, P. C 

Eldred, Lenette 

M 

Edwards, A. B. 
English, J. C. . . 
Estridge, Lncins 

L. . . 

Ellis, E. E 

Emmons, Wm. A. 
English, J. Frank 
Ellis, T. B. Jr. . . . 
Esealante, Jose 

Antonio 

Emerson, J. L. 
Evans, Jesse .... 
Eckholdt, H. A.. 
East, Wayne .... 
Ellis, Effie C. ... 
Everitt, P. L. ... 



Oak Hill 

Tampa 

Jacksonville .... 
Jacksonville .... 

Vernon 

Lake City .... 

Live Oak 

Elfers 

Clearwater 

Lake City 

Day 

Jacksonville .... 
Jacksonville .... 

Pensacola 

Davtona 

Lake City 

Jacksonville 

St. Petersburg . , 

Williston 

Fort Pierce 

Fort Pierce 

Sarasota 

Bradley Junction 

Mulberry 

Milton ". 

St. Andrews 

Tampa 

Gainesville 

Tampa 

Gainesville 

Hall City 

Eustis 

Jacksonville 

Jacksonville 

Graceville 



April 11, 1910 

April 16, 1910 

April 26, 1910 

April 29, 1910 

May 5, 1910 

May 5, 1910 

July 5, 1910 

July 13, 1910 

August 16. 1910 

Sept'mber 19, 1910 



February 13, 
Februarv 27, 
March 13, 



March 

April 

June 

June 

July 

An "list 



1", 
14, 
12, 
26, 
15, 
19, 



Septmber 12, 



1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 



Sent'mber 12, 1911 
October 24, 1911 
November 13, 1911 

November 14, 1911 
November 25, 1911 
December 11, 1911 
December 11. 1911 
December 20, 1911 

Januarv 8, 1912 

February 21, 1912 

March ' 5, 1912 

March 14, 1912 

April 3, 1912 

April 3, 1912 

April 15, 1912 



158 



NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued. 



Name. 



Residence. 



Term, Four Years 
from Date Given. 



Ervin, Louis D. 
Evans, Geo. B. 
Eekholdt, F. R 
Ellis, J. B. .... 
Edwards, Charles 
Ennis, Wm. B. . . 
Evans, John R.. . 
Eustis, Sprague . . 
Edgerton, Lor 

rain 

English N. T. . . . 
Elwes, G. Cary. . 



Folsom, J. C. 
Fleming, Edw. F 
Fox, Mamie E. 
Fleming, W. T. 
Farley, George 
Fitch' Archie S 
Frantz, Ernest 
Frisbee, Benj. M. 
Findley, John M. 
Frost, Linda R. . . 
Fernandez, I) e 1 

phin 

Foxworthy, J. E. 
Fenno, Fred E. . . 
Fitzgerald, T. E.. 
Farnsworth, L u 

cille 

Fessenden, J. H. . 
Fortner, J. E. . . . 
Fillingim, E. J.. . 
Foster, Stephen E 

Frazier, E 

Farnell, R. W. . . 
Fox. George 



Jacksonville 

Gainesville 

Eustis 

Milton 

Eau Gallie 

Tampa 

Tampa 

Pensacola 

St. Augustine . . 

Astatula 

Dinsmore 

F 

Marianna 

Jacksonville 

Ocala 

Marianna 

Marianna 

Miami 

Estero 

Middleburg 

Bryceville 

Jacksonville . . . 

Ybor City 

Fort Mvers 

Del ray ' 

Daytona 

Alafia 

Ta rnj)a . . . . N 

Pierce 

Chumuckla .... 
Jacksonville 
St. Petersburg . 

Lake City 

Sanford 



May 

May 

June 

June 

July 

July 

August 

October 



3, 1012 

18, 1912 

13, 1912 

24, 1912 

15, 1912 

23. 1912 

10, 1912 

12, 1912 



October 12, 1!)12 
November 14, 1912 
December 4, 1912 



January 

January 

February 

February 

February 

February 

March 

March 

March 

March 

April 
April 
April 
May 

May 
May 
June 
June 
Julv 
Julv 
Julv 
Julv 



6, 
26, 
10, 
11 
13, 
13, 
G, 
9, 
13, 
30, 



1909 
1909 
1909 
1909 
1909 
1909 
1909 
1909 
!!(()!> 
1909 



13, 1!>0!) 

13, 1909 

20, 1909 

13, 1909 

13, 1909 

13, 1909 

12. 1909 

25, 1909 

12, 1909 

15, 1909 

10, 1909 

17, 190!> 



159 



NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued. 







Term, Four Years 


Name. 


Residence. 


from Date G 


rIVEN. 


Fourakers, S t e- 








phen 




Julv 20, 
July 23, 


1909 


Fox, Samuel W. . 


1909 


Forrey, W. L. ... 




July 26, 


1909 




Tampa 


August 10, 
Sept'mber 13, 
Sept'mber 18, 


1909 


Frazier, Jos, W . . 


Tampa 


1909 


Flournoy, W. W 


DeFuniak Springs 


1909 


Frisbee, Geo. R., 








Sr 


Middleburg 


Sept'mber 22, 
Sept'mber 22, 


1909 


Ferriss. H. P. ... 




1909 


Fears, J. H 


Campbellton .... 


October 23, 


1909 


Flowers, H, L. . . . 


Apalachicola .... 


December 16 


1909 


Foster, Winifred 








Young 


St. Augustine . . . 


December 20, 


1909 


Fee, Fred 




January 8, 


1910 


Frese ; Geo. J. . . . 


San Antonio .... 


February 9, 


1910 


Fisher, J. S 


Otter Creek 


February 16, 


1910 


Futck, A. A 


Hampton 


February 16, 


1910 


Fowler, W. Thos. 




March 1, 


1910 


Ford, G. W 




March 30, 


1910 


Fletcher, W. R. 


Fletcher 


May 16, 


1910 


Ford, Inez M. ... 


Jacksonville 


June 6, 


1910 


Faughnan, A. C. . 


Jacksonville 


June 14, 


1910 


Flisch Louise C. . 


Tampa 


June 14, 
June 29, 
June 29, 


1910 


FitzHugh, N. R.. 


Colee 


1910 


Fee, Win. T 


Fort Pierce 


1910 






Julv 8, 


1910 


Fletcher. Thos. C. 


Mavo 


Julv 9, 
Julv 9, 
July 14. 
Sept'mber 7, 


1910 


Frost, A. C 


Dania 


1910 


Frink, Russell L. 


Jasper 


1910 


Futch, I. S 


Webster 


1910 


Farnsworth, C.W. 


Tampa 


Sept'mber 13, 


1910 


Funk, S. Cather- 






ine 


Lakeland 


Sept'mber 16, 
November 4, 


1910 


French, D. C. ... 


Black, Ala 


1910 


Fielding, Thos. W. 


Gainesville 


November 10, 


1910 


Farmer, B. J. ... 


St. Petersburg . . . 


November 11, 


1910 


Fish. Bert 


DeLand 


November 11, 


1910 




Ocala 


November 15, 


1910 



160 



NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued. 



Name. 



Residence. 



Term, Four Years 
prom Date Given. 



Farris, L. W 

Fleming, Wm. H. 

Feagin, L. O 

Felton, O. Y 

Fitts, W. R 

Freeman, Myrtie 

E 

Fisher, H. W. ... 

Frazee, F. C 

Fairbanks, Har- 

vev 

Flood, J. A 

Fleming, F. P. ... 

Floyd, H. H 

Finch, J. E 

Frost, Martin C 

Frick, Hv. A 

Frink, C. M. 

Folkes, Wm. J. . . 
Fish, Gary B. . . . 
Frazier, Chas. W. 
Foster, Edith A.. 
Fulton, Edna M.. 
Freeman, M. P. . . 
Farwell, F. H. 

Fogg, N. H 

Fannin. Harry G. 

Fryer, R. H 

Foss, Harry W. . . 
Fillingim, Lonnie 

Filer, W. A 

Fisher, P. F 

Fellers, Wm. F... 
Fonts, Edwin L.. 
Frow, John A. . . 
Fulwood, Carlotta 

M 

Franks, W. F. 
Forehand, L. F.. . 



St. Cloud 

Hibernia 

Eagle Lake ... 

Mayo 

Tampa 

Davtona 

Holt 

Tampa 

-Jensen 

Yulee 

Jacksonville 

St. Augustine . . 

Starke 

Dania 

Tampa 

High Springs . . 

Juliette 

Sarasota 

Jacksonville 
Jacksonville 
Tarpon Springs. 

Miami 

Jacksonville .... 
Altamonte Sprgs 
Apalachicola . . . 

Sumatra 

Tampa 

Pensacola 

Lemon City .... 

Frink 

Jacksonville 
Boca Grande . . . 
Fort Myers .... 

Thonotosassa . . . 

Lake Keer 

Bristol 



December 13, 1910 
Januarv 7, 1911 
Januarv 11, 1911 
February 9, 1911 
February 13, 1911 

March 9, 1911 

March 17, 1911 
April 14, 1911 



May 

May 

June 

June 

June 

July 

August 

August 

August 

August 

October 

October 

October 

October 

November 1, 

November 13, 

December 12, 

December 19, 

December 19, 

February 2, 

February 17, 

February 17 ; 

February 17, 

February 21. 

February 21, 



13, 
8, 
12, 
12, 
13, 
19, 
19, 
21, 
29, 
9, 
24, 
27, 
27, 



1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 



Februarv 23, 1912 
February 23. 1912 
February 17, 1912 



161 



NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued. 



Name. 



Residence. 



Term. Four Years 
from Date Given. 



Freeland, Wm. L. 
Fen wick, Wm. S.. 
Flowers, A. H. 
Ferguson, R. W.. 
Fox, Curtis H... 
Flovd, John B... 
Fuller, H. Walter- 
Flood, H. V 

Fisher, F. A. ... 
Franklin, W. J... 
Forrest, J. H. ... 

Fields, W. P 

Flood, E. O. .... 
Fleming, C. Seton 
Freeman, Carrie 

L 

Fanning, J. S. 
Fleischer. Louis. . 
Fielding, C. M.. 
Futch. C. M. . . . 
Fairchild, H. S... 
Futch, L. D. ... 

Fries, Carl 

Faulkner, A. T... 
Frater, Joel .... 
Faircloth, Chas. 

A 

Fender, I. 

Farris Guy ...... 

Ferguson, 1). Neil 
Fenderson. F. E . 

Fridy, S. I 

Farnham, Bertha 

Y 

Fairfield, G. E.... 
Fleming. L. A. . . . 
Fletcher, Sydney. 



Jacksonville 

Fargo 

Tampa 

Berlin 

Jacksonville 

St. Augustine . . . 
St. Petersburg . . 

Frostproof 

Lawtey 

Franklin 

Bradentown ...'.. 

Bristol 

Lakeland 

Jacksonville 

Daytona 

Apalachicola 

Jacksonville 

Pine Mount 

Live Oak 

West Palm Beach 

Wauchnla 

Jacksonville 

Jacksonville .. 
Pensacola 

Gainesville 

Inverness 

St. Augustine . . 

Ocala 

St. Petersburg . ., 
Reddick 

Jacksonville 

Miami 

Rock Creek 

Tampa 



March 

March 

March 

March 

April 

April 

Mav 

May 

June 

June 

July 

July 

July 

July 

Julv 
July 
August 
August 



1, 1912 
18, 1912 
22, 1912 
27, 1912 

2. 1912 
9, 1912 

14, 1912 

21, 1912 

8, 1912 

18, 1912 

5, 1912 

5, 1912 

5, 1912 

6, 1912 



9, 
15, 
16, 
20, 

Sept'mber 9. 
Sept'mber 14, 
Sept'mber 14, 
Sept'mber 18, 
Sept'mber 25, 
October 4, 



1912 
1912 
1912 

1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 



October 9, 1912 

October 10, 1912 

October 11, 1912 

October 18. 1912 

October 22,1912 

October 22, 1912 

October 22, 191S 
October 26,1912 
November 15, 1912 
December 20. 1912 



11— s. s. 



102 



NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued. 



Name. 



Eesidencb. 



Term, Four Years 
prom Date Given. 



Gardner, P. H.. 
Golson, L. P. 
Garrett, A. L. 
Gaskin, H. B. . 
Green, A. F. 
Greenhut, H. J. 
Galloway, B. A. 
Ground/ D. H. 
Gibson, John J. 
Greene, C. F. 
Glenn, J. P. ... 
Gaskins, P. L. . 
Gillis, J. T. ... 
Gleason, W. H. H 

Gay, L. C 

Greeley, J. C. . 
Gramling, A. K. 

Goss, J. D 

Gramling, C. A. 
Green, H. L. . . 
Greene, Z. D. . 
Goddard, H. J. 
Grimes, W. C. . 
Gornto, D. M. . 
Grice, I). J. . . . 
Gomm, Wm. . . 
Gaillard, H. .. 
Gonzalez, F. . . 
Grimaldi, John 
Griffin, Harry C 
Griner, J. S. . 
Gifford, F. Chas 
Golay, Edna E. 
Green, D. L. 
Goodrich, O. M. 
Goode,Richard W. 
Grantham, D. Lee 



G 

Tampa 

Milton 

Milligan 

Blountstown 

Jasper 

Pensacola 

Maitland 

Fernandina 

Pensacola 

Port Tampa City 

Tampa 

Jacksonville 

Gattis 

Eau Gallie 

Gay .' 

Jacksonville 

Tampa 

Pensacola 

River Junction . . 

Jacksonville 

Tampa 

Lakeland 

Lakewood 

Jacksonville 

Red Bay 

Fort Myers 

Jacksonville 

West Tampa 

Tampa 

Jacksonville 

Brooklyn 

Vero . 

Pensacola 

Bonifay 

Safety Harbor . . 

Melbourne 

Sparr 



January 8, 

January 21, 

January 21, 

February 11, 

February 11. 

February 13, 

February 16, 

February 16, 

February 16, 

March 

March 

March 

March 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

Mav 

May 

May 

May 

June 

June 

June 

July 

July 

August 

August 

August 

Sept'mber 



10 

10 

10 
23 

!) 
13 
13 
15 
16 
23 
23 

4 

7 
13 
31 

9 
11 
23 
10 
22 
10 
12 
lit 

1 



Sept'mber 18 
Sept'mber 28 
October 9 
October 9 



1909 
1909 
1909 
1909 
1909 
1909 
1909 
1909 
1909 
,1909 
,1909 
,1909 
1909 
1909 
1909 
1909 
1909 
1909 
1909 
1909 
1909 
1909 
1909 
1909 
1909 
1909 
1909 
1909 
1909 
1909 
1909 
1909 
1909 
1909 
1909 
1909 
1909 



163 



N( )TARIES PUBLIC— Continued. 



Name. 



Residence. 



Term, Four Years 
from Date Given. 



Graham, K. H. . . 
Godson, Mabel L. 
Glen, John B. 
Golden, E. B. 
Green, Angus 
Gaitskill, S. H. 
Grace, D. J. 
Gainer W. N. 
Gordon, H. C. 
Grayson, J. T. 
Gaskin, A. D. 
Golson, F. M. 
George, D. W. 
Gerock, J. H. 
Greenawalt, C. R 
Garrett, Theo. U. 
Goldstein, Adolf 

N 

Gibbs, Geo. W. . 
Givens, Thos. W, 
Gillespie, J. Ham 

ilton 

Gothe, O 

Griffin, Owen . 
Gullette, A. A. 
Gass, John W. 
Givens, D. B. . 
Green, F. B. . . 
Gilligan, Wm. J 
Garcia, Raymond 

F . 

Galloway, Wm. A. 
Griffin, L. M., Jr. 
Gibson, Ellis .... 

Gregg, J. R 

Graham, Richard 

H 

Greco. Vincent . . 
Griffin. J. J 



Gainesville .. . 

Miami 

Chipley 

Tampa 

Darlington . . . 
Mcintosh 
Campbellton . 
St. Cloud 

Tampa 

Bloimtstown . 
Gainesville . . . 
Marian n a 

Wilcox 

Homosassa . . . 
Pensacola 
Live Oak 

Tampa 

St. Augustine 
Tampa 

Sarasota 

Jacksonville .. 

Butler 

Tampa 

Gainesville .. . 

Tampa 

Gran din 

Boco Grande . 

Jacksonville .. 
Millers Ferry 
Blountstown . 

Bartow 

Tampa 

St. Petersburg 

Tampa 

Live Oak 



Oc tober 

October 

November 

November 

December 

1 )ecemb( j r 

December 

January 

January 

January 

February 

February 

February 

March 

March 

April 

April 
April 
April 

May 
May 
May 

June 
June 
June 
July 
August 



9, 
19, 

5. 

is; 

14, 
15, 
23, 

7, 

8, 
10. 

9, 
16, 
21, 
12, 
18, 

8, 



190!) 
1909 
1909 
1909 
1909 
1909 
1909 
1910 
1910 
1910 
1910 
1910 
1910 
1910 
1910 
1910 



8, 1910 
11, 1910 
11, 1910 

a, 1910 

10, 1910 
19, 1910 

11, 1910 
17, 1910 
17, 1910 
15. 1910 

1, 1910 



August 8, 1910 
August 8, 1910 
Sept'mber 8, 1910 
Sept'mber 9, 1910 
Sept'mber 13, 1910 

Sept'mber 13. 1910 
Sept'mber 13, 1910 
October 6, 1910 



164 



NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued. 



Name. 



from Date Given, 



Term, Four Years 
from Date Given. 



Gooding', J. W. 
Guthrie, R. 1). . . 
Gramling, John C. 
Goodburn, W. A.. 

Gilbert, C 

Gerig, A. E 

Grainger, Alfred.. 
Graham, R. J, 
Gillman, A. M. . . 

Gray, W. B 

Giddens, Henry S. 
Goodman, C. C. . . 
Goodbred, T. J. . . 

Gaines, J. B 

Gray, Harry F. . . 

Gaulden, D. L 

Graham, B C. . . 

Gill, M. M 

Greene, G. W. ... 
Green, M. G. ... 
Gainer, W. B. . . 
Giddings, F. H. .. 
Gainer, T. B. D.. 
Gordon, G. M. . . 
Guilford, Edw. H. 

Glover, A. E 

Gilmore. L. S. ... 
Gillette, W. II. . . 
Goldstein, Harry. 
Gilbert, P. C. 

Golf, W. H 

Glazier, H. S. ... 
Gadson, Frank P. 
Goode, Louibelle. 
Guthrie, Pauline. 
Green, Flovd . . . 

Gainer, T. E 

Griffin, DeWitt . . 
Givens, Morris M. 



Jacksonville 
Jacksonville 

Miami 

Miami 

Live Oak . . . 

Ocala 

Westville . . . 
Clarksville . . 
Darlington . . 
Millville 

Tampa 

Pensacola .. . 

Mayo 

Leesburg 
Jacksonville . 
Titusville . . . 

Tampa 

Alachua 

McAlpin 

Darlington . . 

Vernon 

Jacksonville . 
Southport . . . 

Arcadia 

Brooksville .. 
Gainesville .. 
Bluff Springs 
Lake Helen . 
Feinandina . 
Jacksonville . 
McAlpin .... 
Bradentown . 

Ocala 

Miami 

Jacksonville . 
New River . . 
Econfina .... 

Tampa 

Tampa 



October 

October 

October 

October 

October 

October 

October 

November 

December 

December 

December 

December 

January 

February 

February 

February 

February 

Februarv 

March 

March 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

May 

May 

May 

May 

June 

June 

June 

June 

June 

July 

July 

July 

Julv 



7, 
10, 

14, 
09 

25,' 
'27, 
19. 

0, 
13, 
13, 
23, 

6, 

!>, 
13, 
13, 
15, 
27, 
15, 
24, 

7, 
10, 

10, 

14, 
14, 
17, 
is, 
18, 
20, 
29, 
5, 
12, 
13, 
13, 
24, 

8, 
13, 
13, 
13, 



1010 

1910 

1910 

1910 

1910 

1910 

1910 

1910 

1910 

1910 

1910 

1910 

1911 

1911 

1911 

1911 

1911 

1911 

1911 

1911 

1911 

1911 

1911 

1911 

1911 

1911 

1911 

1911 

1911 

1911 

1911 

1911 

1911 

1911 

1911 

1911 

1911 

1911 

1911 



165 



NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued. 



Name. 



residence. 



Term, Four Years 
from Date Given. 



Green, P. W. ... 


Fairfield 


July 14. 


1911 


Games, U. Simp- 








son 


Fort Meade 


August 2. 
August 19, 


1911 


Godwin, John E.. 


1911 


Gary, T. W 




August 21, 
August 26. 


1911 


Graves, Ella C. . . 


St. Petersburg . . 


1911 


Gillen, Guy 


Lake Citv 


October 9, 


1911 


Gill, Bessie Y. . . . 




October 9, 
October 27, 


1911 


Galvin, Mamie E. 




1911 


Gregory. Jr., L. T. 




October 27, 


1911 


Griffin, E. L 




October 27, 


1911 


Gillis, D. A 


DeFuniak Springs 


November 1, 


1911 


Graham, F. C. . . 


( Mange City .... 


November 10, 


1911 


Griffin, D . E. ... 




November 1 1, 


inn 


Gramling, A. L. . 




November 1(5, 


1911 


Gamble, R. A. .. 




November 25, 


L911 


Goodloe, K. T. . . 




I Jecember 8, 


1911 


Gilman, James H. 


Miami 


December 11, 
1 )ecember 12, 


1911 


Gunn, Lucy E. . . 


Tampa 


1911 


Gustus, A. W. . . . 


Kissimmee 


December 11, 


1911 


Gornto, J. M. ... 




December 11, 
December 15, 


1911 


Grant, A. J 




1911 


Goodenough, C. H. 




January .4, 


1912 


Goethe, P. B. ... 




January S, 


1912 


Gardner, J. Harry 


Jacksonville 


January 8, 


1912 


Gilbert, E. A. ... 


Jacksonville 


January 31, 


1!)12 


Griffin, Rubie . . . 


Jacksonville ..... 


February 2, 


1912 


-Griffin, Henry C. . 


Dade Citv 


February 17, 


1912 


Gonzalez, B. L. 


Ybor Citv 


February 17, 


11)12 


Guthrie, Bessie . . 




February 17, 
February 17, 


1912 


Greenwood, H. J. 




1912 


Gatewood, Geo. 








w 


Griffin 


February 21, 
February 22, 
March 5, 


1912 


Griffin, S S 


1912 


Gaillard, C. P. . . 


Jacksonville 


1912 


Graham, J. W. . . 




March 8, 


1912 


Gray, W. E 




March 9, 


1912 


Goethe, Geo. R. . . 


South port 


March 14, 


1912 


Green, E. H 




March 14, 


1912 



166 



NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued. 



Name. 



Residence. 



Term, Four Years 
prom Date Given. 



Gwenther, F. H.. 
Greene, F. M. 
Gibbs, Geo. Con 

per 

Gillis, S. K 

Garner, A. R. 
Gammon, W. L. . . 

Guest, L. A 

Gorman, Florence 

B. 

Giles, W. W 

Griffin, John J. . . 
Gordon, Chas. E.. 

Golden, T. J 

Green, Geo. F. . . 
Graham, J. R. . . . 
Garrett, N. A. . . 

Gray, J. G 

Gillis, D. Stuart. 
Gardiner, Sarah 

A 

Gibson, M. Bishop 
Guyton, Moses . . 
Gregory. Geo. F. . 
Given s, D. C. ... 

Gates, C. F 

Gardner, S. K. 
Gibbons. M. G. . . . 
Graves, J. E. D.. 
Giles, Chas. A. . . . 
Gustafson, Alice.. 
Guthrie, Wm. C. 



Harris, W. Hunt. 
Harris, G. M. B . . 
Harrison, O. E.. . 
Home, Perry P. . . 



Sarasota 
McAlpin 



Jacksonville .. . 
DeFuniak Springs 
Chattahoochee . 

Marianna 

Jacksonville .. . 



Tallahassee . . , 
Zephyrhills . . . 
Jacksonville .. . 
Jacksonville .. . 
Jacksonville .. . 

Oldtown 

Cottondale .... 

Pinewond 

Pinemount 
DeFuniak Springs 

Jacksonville 

Jacksonville 

Marianna 

Havana 

Tampa 

West Palm Beach 

Pensacola 

Tampa 

Havana 

Umatilla 

Tampa 

Jacksonville 



H 



April 
April 

April 

May 

May 

May 

June 

June 
June 
Jane 
June 
June 
Julv 
July 
July 
July 
Julv 



10 

17 

9 

14 

16 

3 

8 
8 
10 
25 
27 
6 
15 
15 
15 



August 8 
August 10 
August 10 
August 15 
Sept'mber 9 
October 7. 
October 18, 
November 14 
November 14 
November 14 
November 14 
November 27 



1912 
1912 

1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 



1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 

1912 

1912 

1912 

1912 

1912 

1912 

1912 

1912- 

1912 

1912 

1912 

1912 



Key West January 7, 1909 



Millville . 
Pensacola 
Aucilla . . 



January 11, 1909 
Januarv 13. 1909 
January 13, 1909 



167 



NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued. 



Name. 



Residence. 



Term, Four Years 
from Date Given. 



Harris, J. E 

Hartsfield, C. G. . . 
Hartwick,Ethel B. 

Haile, Evans .... 
Haddock, I. 0. 

Hentz, J. I 

Hodge, John C. . . 
Humphries, J. H.. 
Hampton, Hilton 

S 

Heyser, A. E 

Home, J. E 

Hardesty, Jas. D. 
Haskins, Earl L. . 

Hill, Win. H 

Howes, Wm. C. . . 
Hyer, J. Whiting 
Hewitt, Thos. W. . 
Hadley, Arthur M. 
Hoffman, Lee .... 
Hughen, W. J. . . . 

Harris, L. A 

Hall, F. G 

Hancock, V. I. . . 
Hatcher, Kate . . . 
Hodgson, John 

E. M 

Hancock, J. H. 
Henschen, Josef. . 
Home, J. F. .... 
Harvell, Jas. H. . . 
Henschen, F 1 o r 

ence R 

Hare, Green 

Holt, E. N 

Hamlin, Arthur G. 
Hancock, J. C. 
Hainlin, O. E. ... 
Harper, Chas. T. 



Live Oak 

Pensacola 

Jacksonville .... 
Gainesville ..... 
Jacksonville .... 
Blountstown . . . 

Sopchoppy 

Rradentown .... 

Tampa 

Miami . , 

Naranja 

Pensacola 

Winter Haven . 

Barberville 

Port Orange . . . 

Pensacola 

Jennings 

Tampa 

Meredith 

Botts 

Key West 

O'Rrien 

Bradentown .... 
Lake City 

Eau Gallie 

Fort Ogden .... 

Oakland 

Jacksonville. . . . 
Bagdad 

Arcadia 

Grand Ridge . . . 
Green Cove Spr'g 

DeLand 

Stuart 

Miami 

Boynton 



January 15, 
January 23, 
January 30, 
February 10, 
February 11, 
March 3, 

March 3, 

March 5, 



March 

March 

March 

March 

March 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

Mav 

May 

May 

June 

June 

June 

June 
June 
June 
June 
June 

June 

July 

July 

July 

July 

August 

August 



190!) 
190!) 
1909 
1909 
190!) 
1909 
1909 
1909 



6, 1909 

6, 1909 

6, 190!) 

6, 1909 

11, 190!) 

13, 1909 

13, 190!) 

19, 1909 

20, 1909 
26, 1909 

8, 1909 
13, 1909 

24, 1909 

9, 1909 
9, 1909 

11, 1909 

11, 1909 

11, 1909 

12, 1909 
19, 1909 

25, 1909 

28, 190!) 

6, 190!) 

7, 1909 
10, 1909 

26, 1909 
10, 190!< 
10, 190!< 



168 



NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued. 







Term, Four Years 


Name. 


Residence. 


from Date G 


IVEN. 


Humphrey, Benj, 








w 




August 10, 
August 11, 


1009 


Holmes, E. F. ... 


Miami 


1909 


Harrison, L 


Jacksonville 


August 12, 


1909 


Harvey, W. F. . . . 




August 16, 


1909 


Hardv, W. G ... 


Early 


August 16, 


1909 


Hazen, D. E 


Thonotasassa ... 


August 16, 


1909 


Harkness, J F. . . 


Tampa 


August 16, 


1909 


Harwich, Win. H. 


Jacksonville 


Sept'mber 6, 


1909 


Henderson, J. W. 




Sept'mber 8, 


1909 


Hall, Murray E.. 




Sept'mber 1), 


1909 


Havman YV C. . 


Gillette . 


Sept'mber 0, 
Sept'mber 0, 


PHI!) 


Hice, R. C 




1909 


Hampton, W. W,, 








Jr 


Gainesville 


Sept'mber 10, 
Sept'mber 13, 
Sept'mber 13, 


1009 


Helton, L. V 


Oak 


1909 


Hatcher, N. P. 




1909 


Howard, T. H. . . 


Southport 


Sept'mber 15, 


1909 


Holmes, P. D. ... 




October 2, 


L909 


Herrick, C. E. 


Crystal River . . . 


October 9, 


1909 


Horn, Harry A.. . 


1 >avtona Beach . . 


October 12, 


1909 


Harper, Ethel . . 


Mulberry 


October 10, 


100!) 


Hawlev, Win. F. . 


Jacksonville 


October 26.. 


1009 


Hess, G. W 


Jacksonville 


October 28, 


1909 


Hunt, Nettie S. . . 


Jacksonville .... 


November 4, 


1000 


Hobbs.Anne Maud 


Davtona 


November 9, 


1000 


Helton, Chas. A. . 


Chiplev 


November 0, 
November 0, 


1900 


Harp, J. H 


Crescent City . . . 


1900 


Hunter, Wm, F... 


Jacksonville 


November 13, 


1900 


Hirschman, Max. 


Jacksonville 


November 27, 


1900 


Hudson, F. E. 




December 7, 


100!) 


Hendry, Alton C, 










Shadv Grove .... 


December 9, 


1909 


Henderson, J. F.. 


DeFuniak Springs 


December 14, 


1909 


Hatch, J. P 




December 14, 


1909 


Harris, S. D 


St. Petersburg . . 


December 15, 


1909 


Harvey, Jas. J. . . 




December 16, 


1900 


Hentz, T. W. . . . 


Marianna 


December 21, 


1009 


Hodges, Edwin A. 


Live Oak 


December 23. 


1909 



109 



N< >T ARIES PUBLIC— Continued. 



Name. 



Eesidence. 



Term, Four Years 
from Date Given. 



Hinton, T. C. . . . 
Henrv, John .... 

Hord, L. B 

Hutchinson, A. H. 

Hare, W. B 

Howard, J. I. ... 
Haskell, E. E. . . 
Harrell. Julian P. 
Hooker, J. H. ... 

Hodges, J. S 

Humphreys, John 

W . . .' 

Haley, G. J 

Holt, Pleasant A. 
Hammond, Hy. C. 
Henderson, H. J.. 
Henderson, E. . . . 

Home, L. L 

Henderson, Allie 

N 

Hartman, Inis M. 
Howell, Win. J.. 
Harrison, Samuel 

C., Jr. . 

Hartgrove, W. N. 
Harrison, Julius S. 
Huohes, L. M. . 

Hoke, P. J 

Hill, X. E 

Hall, H. T 

Hall, .7. B 

Heagv, Mary R. . 
Hodges, W. G. .. 

Horne, C. N 

Hawkins, Geo. E. 
Hendrv, W. T. . 
Hall, V. G. . . . 
Hvlton, W. H. 



Miami 

Titusville . . 
DeLand .... 
DeLand .... 
Arcadia 
Jacksonville 
Palatka 

Enville 

Jacksonville 
Perry ...... 



Tallahassee 
Pensacola .. 
Jacksonville 

Taft 

Gaskin 

Bristol 

York 



Marian na 
Tampa . . 
Glendale 



Jacksonville .. • 

Garniers 

Jacksonville .. . 
Jacksonville .. . 
Jacksonville .. . 

Live Oak 

Lowell ....... 

Pensacola 

Jacksonville .. . 
Tallahassee . . . 
Grand Ridge . . 

Wellborn 

Perry 

Walikill 

Tampa ........ 



December 

January 

January 

January 

January 

January 

January 

January 

January 

Januarv 



28, 190!> 

7, 1910 

8, 1910 
8, 1910 
8, 19J0 

12, 1910 

15, 1910 

25, 1910 

27, 1910 

28, 1910 



February 3, 
F Q bruar$ 7, 
February 8, 
February 14, 
February 14, 
February 14, 
February 26, 



March 
March 
March 

March 

March 

March 

March 

March 

March 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

May 

May 

May 



1910 
1916 
1910 
1910 
1010 
1910 
19H' 



5, 1010 
12, 1910 
12. 101,> 

12. 1910 

18. 1010 

18, 1010 

22, 1010 

28, 1910 

31, 1010 

11, 1010 

11, 1010 

11, 1010 

14, 1910 

16, 1910 

26, 1910 

6. 1910 
18, 1910 
18, 1910 



170 



NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued. 



Name. 



Residence. 



Term, Four Years 
from Date Given. 



Houlihan, W. J., 

Jr 

Harllee, A. C. . . 

Hogan, E. D 

Hendry, A. W. . 
Hart, James A. . . 
Hinson, J. W. . . . 

Henry, Geo 

Henderson, G. T.. 
Howard, S T. . . . 
Hughes, W. R. . . 
Harrison, Win. T 
Hanson, William 

Stanley .. . 
Hudson, Henry B. 
Higgiubotham, J. 

D 

Holmes, R. B. ... 
Hamner, Harry C. 
Hart, P. John . . 
Howell, L. D. ... 
Harris, Chas. F. . 
Hentz, Frank A.. 
Haughton, M. H.. 
Hatton, Thos. C . . 
Harness, Chas. G. 
Helvenston, B. W. 
Hill, Louis H. . 
Hopkins, R. P. 
Himes, Win. . . 
Horrell, J. B. . 
Hayes, Geo. H. 
Hoeker, Wm. . 
Hendley, J. A. 
Humphreys, A. T. 
Higginbotham, M. 

B 

Helvenston, Essie 
Hill, F. W 



Tampa 

Tampa 

Loughman . 
Fort Green 

Cobb 

Cottondale . 
Jacksonville 

Tampa 

Williston . . 

Lithia 

Pensacola .. 

Fort Myers 
Highland . . 

Ojus 

Cocoa 

Tampa 

Fort Myers 
Chumuckla . 
Jacksonville 
Bristol 
Jacksonville 
Minueola . . 

Tampa 

Live Oak . . 
Lawtey 
Live Oak . . . 
Bushnell .. . 
Morriston . . 

Miami 

Ocala 

Dade City . 
Miami 

Jacksonville 
Lake City . 
Narcoosee .. 



May 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 



26, 1910 
2, 1910 
6, 1910 

13, 1910 

17, 1910 
20, 1910 

5, 1910 

9, 1910 

13, 1910 

15, 1910 

18, 1910 



July 20, 1910 
August 4, 1910 



August 9, 


1910 


August 9, 


1910 


August 12, 


1910 


August 16, 


1910 


August 18, 


1910 


Sept'mber 7, 


1910 


Sept'mber 16, 


1910 


Sept'mber 17, 


1910 


October 5, 


1910 


October 10, 


1910 


October 11, 


1910 


October 17, 


1910 


November 10, 


1910 


November 10, 


1910 


November 11, 


1910 


November 1 1. 


1910 


November 1.9, 


1910 


November 19, 


1910 


November 19, 


1910 



November 23, 1910 
December 7. 1910 
December 13, 1910 



171 



NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued. 



Name. 



Residence. 



Term, Four Years 
b'rom Date Given. 



Howard, M. A. . . 
Herrin, Jas. A. . . 
Hardee, J. P. ... 

Hall, W. T 

Hale. Eugene . . . 
Harwell, W. S. . . 
Hobbs, Chas. L. . . 
Howell, C. C. .... 
Hill, Grace E.... 
Hoffman, R. O. . . 
Hooper, Wm. W. . 
Harper, A. M. 
Hitchings, C. E... 
Hoover, Lulu D. . 
Henderson James 

W 

Halbrook, Ella F. 
Himes, W. F. .... 

Hill, Chas. S 

Hendrv, Jr., Jas. 

E. .". 

Hunt, Frank E. . . 

Hartig, T. B 

Hooker, J. N. 
Hart, Clarence A. 

Hardee, C. J 

Hutchins, J. N. 
Hogeboom, A. 

Heming, P. L 

Hodges, J. B. 
Hartell, A. S. . . . 

Hord, J. A 

Hester, J. C 

Hibbs, W. H. 
Holland, J. W. 
Howard, Walter 

Robertson 

Hudson, R 

Head, J. L 



Orlando 

Bradentown 

Tampa 

Ocala 

Jacksonville 

Kissimmee 

Blountstown 

Downing 

Jacksonville 

Pensacola 

Tampa 

Chipley 

Sarasota 

Jacksonville 

Tampa 

Bartow 

Tampa 

Gainesville 

Fort Myers 

Naranja 

Arcadia 

Bartow 

Zephyrhills 

Madison 

Pensacola 

Panama City . . . 

Welborn 

Lake City 

Keystone Park . . 

St. James 

Pensacola 

St. Petersburg . . 
Jacks* nville 

St. Petersburg . . 

Newtown 

Jacksonville 



December 

December 

December 

December 

December 

January 

January 

January 

January 

January 

February 

February 

February 

February 



13, 
13, 

16, 
17, 

29. 
6, 
7, 
11, 
19, 
25, 
13, 
13, 
13. 
13. 



1910 
1910 
1910 
1910 
1910 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 



February 15, 1911 
Februarvl5, 1911 
February 10, 1911 
FebruarV 16, 1911 



February 

February 

March 

March 

March 

March 

March 

March 

March 

March 

March 

March 

March 

March 

April 



16, 
27, 
9, 
9, 
9, 
9. 
11, 

ii; 

13, 
13, 
13, 
17, 
24, 
25, 
14, 



1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 



April 14, 1911 

April 17, 1911 
April 19, 1911 



172 



NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued. 



Name. 



Residence. 



Term, Four Years 
from Date Given. 



Harris, J. Vining 

Hoppe, Maud . . . 

Hoover, Geo. B.. 

Hurston, T. A. . . 

Hooton, J. J 

Hammel, Lee M. 

Hill, Frank 
Brooks 

Henderson, J. P.. 

Henderson, Hun- 
ter 

Haney, James B. 

Hall, C. S 

Higginbotham, F. 
0. 

Heyward, H. G.. 

Hutchinson, Gov.. 

Holloway, G. W.. 

Huftaker, R. B... 

Hopkins, Jr.,Chas. 
F 

Heath, W. 

Han-ell, John F.. 

Holden, Lossie W. 

Hebb, H. W. 

Hull, Ida M 

Henry, Arthur J. 

IL'iney, Win. M. . 

Hillhouse, J. F.., 

Hammond, Fran 
eis A 

Hoyt, M. E 

Hammond, Thos. 
J 

Hardesty, B. F. . . 

Heist, Win 

Haupt, John J.. . 

Howe, Win. D. . . 

Hosford, R. F. .. 



Key West 

Apalachicola . . . 

Tampa 

Tampa 

Pensacola 

Wauchula 

Jacksonville 
Tampa 

Tampa 

Burbank 

Rock ledge 

Callahan 

Jacksonville 
Jacksonville 
Jacksonville 
Bartow 

St. Augustine . . 

Bunnell 

Live Oak 

Marianna 

•Jacksonville 

Miami 

Lake City 

Fort Lauderdale 
High Springs . . 

DeLand 

Jacksonville .... 

Hawthorne 

Sebastian 

Lakeland 

Tampa 

Pensacol a 

Hosford 



April 

April 

May 

May 

May 

May 

May 

June 



June 
June 
June 
June 
July 

July 

July 

July 

July 

August 

August 

August 

August 

August 



27, 1911 

28, 1911 
11, 1911 
11, 1911 

11, 1911 
1G, 1911 

29, 1911 

12, 1911 



June 13, 1911 

June 17, 1911 

June 17, 1911 



17, 1911 

2G, 1911 

26, 1911 

30, 1911 

8, 1911 

8, 1911 
13, 1911 
13, 1911 
22, 1911 

2, 1911 

7, 1!»11 

7, 1911 

9, 1911 
19, 1911 



August 19, 1911 
August 19, 1913 

August 26, 1911 
August 31, 1911 
Sept'mber 9. 1911 
Sept'mber 9, 1911 
Sept'mber 9, 1911 
Sept'mber 12, 1911 



173 



NOTARIES PUBLIC— Con-tin Md\ 







Term. Four Years 


Name. 


Residence. 


from Date Given. 


Hubbird, W. B... 




Sept'mber 20 


1011 


Hardin, J. J 


Catawba 


Sept'mber 21 


1011 


Herring, Jr., J. A. 


Tampa 


October 3, 


1011 


Hendry, Louis A. 


Fort Myers 


October 9. 


1911 


Haves, Lillian M. 


LaBelle . . . 


October 9, 


1911 


Hatch, A. L 


( liristmas 


October 9, 


1911 


Hampton, H. M.. 


Ocala 


October 10, 


1911 


Hopkins, Chas. F. 


St. Augustine . . . 


October 11, 


1911 


Halliday, E. Clif- 








ton 


Fort Pierce 
Tampa 


October 14, 
October 27. 


1911 


Harrison, N. H.. . 


1911 


Hntch i s o n, P. 








Anbia 


Bonifav 


October 27, 


1911 


Hard, Adelaide L. 


Miami 


October 27, 
October 27, 


191 T 


Hoajj, Gladys G. . 


Miami 


1911 


Hill. Norman M.. 


Jacksonville 


November 1, 


1911 


Howard, L. L. ... 




November 4, 


1911 


Higffins, A. Pick. 


Wewahitchka .. . . 


November 10, 


1911 


Hillhonse, H. M.. 


Pinemonnt 


November 10, 


1911 


Hemphill, S. A.. . 


Vernon 


November 10. 


1911 


Hendry, Francis 








M 


Fort Mvers 

Pensacola 


November 10. 
November 10, 


1911 


Hoffman, G. E. . . 


1911 


Hall, E. A r esev. . . 




November 14, 


1911 


Hopkins, Henry 








G . 


Pensacola 


November 14, 
November 22, 


1911 


Hancock, T. I 


191 1 


Hn^hev, John A.. 


Jacksonville 


November 25 


1911 


Helvenston, L. . . 


Lake Citv 


December 8. 


1911 


Hammond W. B. 


Bonifav 


December 0, 
December 11, 


1911 


Hamrick, B. J. . . 


Monticello 


1911 


Hughey, J. M. ... 


Lynn Haven .... 


December 15. 


1911 


Hill, C. B 


Frost Proof .... 


January 6, 


1912 


Hutchinson, P. N. 


West Bav 


January 0, 


1912 


Home, W. D. ... 




January 0. 


1912 


Hill, Albert L 


Gordon 


January 9, 
January 12, 


1912 


Harris, H. C. ... 


Midwav 


191? 


Hammond, Thos. 






C. . . 


Tampa 


January 15, 


1912 









174 



NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued. 







Term, Four Years 


Name. 


Residence. 


from Da' 


rE G 


rIVEN. 


Hicks, T. M .... 


Lee 


January 
January 


19. 
19, 


1912 


Hanks, Jos. E. . . 




1912 


Harbin, David A. 


Jacksonville 


February 


IT, 


1912 


Hartraan, C. C. 




February 


17 


1912 


Hayes, D. J 




February 


17, 


1912 


Hollingsworth, W. 










B 


Fort White 
Bartow 


February 
February 
February 


17. 
21. 
21, 


1912 


Hatton, T. T. ... 


1912 


Holt. E. A 




1912 


Hirsch, Gabe .... 




February 


21. 


1912 


Hardy, J. A 


Ponce DeLeon . . . 


February 


23, 


1912 


Hedstrom, E. R. . . 


Jacksonville 


February 


23 


1!)12 


Hill, Thos. H. . . . 


Tamna 


February 
February 


23, 
23. 


1912 


Hankins, W. G.. . 


Kissimmee ...... 


1912 


Hodge, W. S. . . . 


Live Oak 


February 


17, 


1912 


Hart, Madeline S. 




March 


1, 


1912 


Haines, J. H 


Fort Lauderdale. 


March 


1. 


1912 


Hedrick, J. J. . . . 


Tampa 


March 


8, 


1912 


Hutton, Mamie E. 




March 


8, 


1912 






March 


14, 


1912 


Hawkins, J. B 


Miami 


March 


14, 


1912 


Hogstrom, L. E. 






A 


Pierson 


March 


14, 


1912 


Hutchinson, W. 






F 


Winter Haven . . 


March 
March 


14, 
14, 


1912 


Hockett, H. A. . . 


1912 


Hoskins. Frank 










W 


Jacksonville 


March 
March 


15, 

18, 


1912 


Hicks, C. H 


1912 


Henderson, E. F. . 


Blountstown .... 


March 


18, 


1912 


Hogarth, Arthur 










T 


Stuart 


March 
April 


27, 

6, 


1912 


Hall, N. C 


New Smvrna . . . 


1912 


Hall, C. C 


Bonaventure .... 


April 


15, 


1912 


Ham, P. W 


Ponce de Leon . . 


April 


24, 


1912 


Hoffman, Bertha . 


Sarasota 


Mav 


9, 


1912 


Herren, M. K. ... 




Mav 


9, 


1912 


Hughes, J. H. ... 


Center Hill 


Mav 


9, 


1912 


Hill, Earnest M.. 


South Jacksonville 


May 


14. 


1912 



175 



NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued. 



Name. 



Ebsidence. 



Term, Four Years 
from Date Given. 



Howell, V. R. 

Harrison, W. O.. 

Holtslaw, C. H. . . 

Harden, M. An- 
toinette 

Hess. Sig 

Haines, Jr., K. S. 

Hemming, F. L. . . 

Hardee, Samuel 
B 

Haimer, Leon . . 

Hall, Nellie M. . . 

Hopkins, Laura 
B 

Halm, Bay J. . . . 

Hancock, Tom F. . 

Hewitt, S. E 

Herring, Mary . . 

Hoffman, Carl T.. 

Heffernan, D. J.. . 

Harris, W. H. . . . 

Herndon, M. C. 

Haddon, R. B. 

Hendon, E. L. 

Hooten, W. J. . . 

Hancock, I). P. . . 

Harney, T. L. . . . 

Harris, C. W. ... 

Holt, Francis M. 

Harvey, L. O. ... 

Holworthy, A. J.. 

Howard, Elmer C. 

Hinsdale, Jr., C. 
M 

Harper, C. A. ... 

Hitchins, Olin . . 

Hannaway, J. E.. 

Holland, B. V. . . 

Henderson, H. C. 



Tampa 

Venice 

Lantana 

Miami 

Jacksonville 

Jacksonville 

Fort Pierce 

Trenton 

Ybor City 

Tampa 

Tallahassee 

Limestone 

Brooksville 

Jennings 

Tallahassee 

Pensacola 

Miami 

Walton 

Bristol 

St. Petersburg . . 

Bonifav 

Lake City 

Bostwick 

Orange Center . . 

Tampa 

Jacksonville 

Acline 

Lakeland 

St. Petersburg . . 

Fanlew 

Tampa 

Bradentown 

Green Cove Sprgs 

Pensacola 

Hudson 



May 
May 
May 

May 
May 
May 
June 



June 

June 

June 

July 

July 

July 

July 

Julv 

July 

July 

August 

August 

August 

August 

August 

August 

August 

August 

August 



14 
14 
20 



21 

27 
28 



June 10 

June 11 

June 11 



13 

14 

24 

3 

6 

9 

9 

15 

15 

30 

S 

9 

9 

10 

10 

10 

13 

13 

15 



Sept'mber 6 
Sept'mber 9 
Sept'mber 9 
Sept'mber 12 
Sept'mber 14 
Sept'mber 16 



1912 
1912 
1912 



1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 

1912 
1912 
1912 

1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 

1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
191? 



17G 



NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued. 







Term, Fotr ^ 


^EARS 


Name. 


Besidence. 


from Date G 


IVEN. 


Hitchcolk, L. G.. 


Jacksonville 


Sept'mber IS. 


1912 


Hallett, James H. 


Jacksonville 


Sept'mber 24, 


1912 


Harrison, B a v a 








M 


Tampa 


October 4, 


1912 


Heiter, Thos. J.. . 


Tampa 


October 7, 


1912 


Hendricks, Bav L. 


Jacksonville 


October 0, 


1912 


Ha r ward Gnv 


Arcadia 


October 10, 
October 11. 


1912 


Hutchison, Ira A. 


Ckipley 


1912 


Harrison, W. T. . . 


Palmetto 


October 12, 


1912 


Hanton, Thos. B. 


Fellsmere 


October 18, 


1912 


Hargrave, Bich- 








ard 


Arcadia . ... 


October 18, 
October 18, 


19P3 


Hooks, T. J 


Lakeland 


1912 




Garden City 


October 22 


1912 


Higginbotbam, N. 








K 


Gainesville 


October 2!) 


191? 


Herndon, S. P. . . . 


Jacksonville 


October 2!), 


1912 


Hi! son, Aaron H.. 


Paxton 


November 14, 

November 14, 


19P> 


Hoyt, Balph W... 




1912 


Hanlon, John W.. 


St. Augustine . . ■ 


November 14, 


1912 


Hill, Ernest L. . . . 


Jacksonville 


November 25, 


1912 


Hull, D. C 


DeLand 


December 5 
December 5 


191° 


Hopson, Alberta.. 




1912 


Helms, J. B 


Palmetto 


December 10, 


1912 


Harod, G 


St. Petersburg . . . 


December 10, 


1912 


Harris, W. Hunt. 


Ke\ West 


December 10, 


1912 


Hopkins, L. L. . . 




December 14, 


1912 


Herri ck. 0. V: 


Crvstal Biver 


December 14, 


1912 


Hamilton, F. P.. . 


Jacksonville 


December 20, 


1912 


Haines, Arie G. D, 




December 20, 


1912 


Hewett, J. F 


Grand Bidge .... 


December 24, 


1912 


Howell, David 


Palatka 


December 26, 
December 28 


191° 


Home, Perry P. . . 


Ancilla 


1912 




I 


April 0, 


1910 


Tver, H. M 


Compass Lake . . . 


August 16, 


1910 


Ingram, J. G. ... 


Jacksonville 


Sept'mber 13, 


1910 



177 



NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued. 



Name. 



Residence 



Term, Four Years 
from Date Given. 



Ingram, J. R. . 
Tvey, Geo. B. . . 
Ingram, J. W. 
Illig, C. W. 
Inabnett, H. P. 
Isaacs, S. J. 
Ives, F. H 



Justiss, John B. . 

Johnson, Wm. H. 

Jewell, Wm. H.. . 

Jones, David T. . 

Johnson, B B. . . . 

Jarvis, William J . 

Jones, Geo. L. . . . 

Jameson, Thos. 0. 
R 

Jacobs, Fred L. . 

Jones, E 

Johnson. B. W. . . 

Jennette, N. P.. . 

Jenkins, Chas. F. 

Jones S. T 

Jordan. Emma L. 

Jacob Judson . . . 

Jackson, John W. 

Jernigan, Velma. 

Joiner, R. R 

Jones, 0. B 

Joyce, W. C. ... 

Jordan, M. C. . . . 

Johnson, Wm. C. • 

Johnson, Joseph I. 

Johnson, Thos. A. 

Johnston. Eliza- 
beth. 

Johnson. R. H. 



Jacksonville 

Miami 

Jacksonville 

Omega 

Tampa .... 
Pensacola .. 
Lake City . . 

J 

Bascom 
Jacksonville 
Orlando . . . 
Orlando . . . 

Jasper 

Lovett 

Diinedin . . . 

Cleveland . . 
Jacksonville 

Jacob 

Fort Meade 
Floral City 

Citra 

Jacksonville 
Jacksonville 
Haines City 
Palmetto . . . 
Middlebnrg 
La Crosse . 
Key West . . 

Tampa 

Jacksonville 
Jacksonville 
Pensacola .. 
Pensacola ., 

Kissimmee . 
Bradentown 



Sept'mber 13, 1910 
December 13, 1910 
December 20, 1910 
March 13, 1911 
Mav 13, 1911 

February 17 1912 
December 6, 1912 



February 10, 1909 

February 11, 1909 

March 6, 1909 

March 10, 1909 

March 12, 1909 

April 9, 1909 

April 13, 1909 



April 


15, 


1909 


April 


20, 


1909 


April 


21, 


1909 


May 


8, 


1909 


Mav 


s, 


1909 


Mav 


10, 


1909 


June 


7, 


1909 


July 


12, 


1909 


Jnlv 


13, 


1909 


Julv 


13, 


1909 


July 


14, 


1909 


July 


11, 


1909 


August 


12, 


1909 


August 


16, 


1909 


Sept'mbei 


* 2 


1909 


Sept'mbei 


•28, 


190!) 


Sept'mber 28, 


1909 


October 


18, 


1909 


October 


19, 


1909 


Decembei 


9, 


1909 



12— S. 



178 



NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued. 



Name. 



Residence. 



Term, Four Years 
from Date Given. 



Jauden, James F. 
Jernigan, Lee H. 

Jeter, L. B 

Jones, K. M 

Jordan, N. B. . . . 
Jansen, Carl .... 
Johnson, Emanuel 

J 

Johnson. H. W. . . 
Johnston, Ira J.. 
Johnstone, J. W. . 
Jones, R. Percy. . 
Janney, E. L. ... 
Jones, Joseph H. . 
Jones, Virgie . . . 
Jones, James H.. 

Johns, L. L 

Jones, J. M 

Jackson, Cordie. . 
Johnson, 0. H. 
Johnston, Jas. M. 
.Johnson. Q. S.. . . 
Jacoby, Lillian L. 
Johnson, J. B. . . 
Jill son, A. G. . . . 
James, H. E. . . . 
Johnson, John H. 
Jones, Rollin S.. 
Jennings, W. E. . . 
Jackson, C. E. 
Jones, Jr., W. F.. 

Jacobs, S 

Jones, Morgan F. 
Johnson, L. M.. . . 
Johnson, Mabel . . 
Jones, Bruce T. . 
Jordan, J. H. ... 
Johnson, J. W. . . 
Johnson, J. S. . . 



Miami 

Whitfield 

Graceville 

Tampa 

Quincy 

Orlando 

Pensacoia 

Jacksonville • • . 
Jacksonville •• • 
St. Petersburg 
Fort Myers . . . 

Janney 

Orlando 

Greer 

Century ...... 

West Fort Meade 

Echo 

Tampa 

Sanford 

Kissimmee 

Jennings 

Pensacoia 

Live Oak 

Pensacoia 

Jacksonville 

Jacksonville 

Jacksonville 

Pensacoia 

Stephensville .... 
DeFuniak Springs 

Tampa 

Jacksonville 

Leesburg 

Sanford . 

Milton 

Jacksonville 

Miami 

Live Oak 



December 15, 190!) 

January 7, 1910 

Januarv 14, 1910 

January 18, 1910 

March ' 12, 1910 

April 11, 1910 



April 

April 

May 

May 

June 

June 

June 

June 

June 



11, 
26, 

3, 
23, 
10, 

15, 
15, 
17, 

18, 



Sept'mber 9, 
Sept'mber 9, 
Sept'mber 13, 
Sept'mber 16, 
October 29, 
October 29, 
November 4, 
November 10, 
November 19, 
November 19, 
December 7, 
December 14, 
December 17, 
January 6, 
January 11, 
Januarv 16, 
February 15, 
February 15, 
February 17, 
Februarv 27, 
March ' 25, 
April 7, 

May 6, 



1910 
1910 
1910 
1910 
1910 
1910 
1910 
1910 
1910 
1910 
1910 
1910 
1910 
1910 
1910 
1910 
11)10 
1910 
1910 
1910 
11)10 
1910 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 



179 



NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued. 



Name. 


Residence. 


Term, Four Years 
from Date Given. 


Jenkins, Donn . . 


Plant City 


May 13, 


1011 


Johnson, Frank 








(} 


Jacksonville 

Arcadia 


June 8 
June 12, 


011 


Jones, J. L 


1011 


Johnston, Robt. 








G 


Kissimrnee 


July 8, 


1011 


Johnson, Chas. P. 


Perry 


July 8, 


1911 




Jacksonville 


Sept'mber 0, 


1011 


Johnson, N. M.. . 


Live Oak 


Sepfmber 21, 


1911 


J ones, John P. . . 


St. Cloud 


October 3, 


1011 


Jordan, J. M. .... 




October 5, 


1011 


Johnson, J. W. . . 


Bonifav 


( )ctober 0, 
November 11, 


1011 


Jeffreys; 0. T. . . . 


Jacksonville 


1011 


Johnstone, David 








\Y 


Tampa 


November 1 1, 


1011 


Jackson, Thomas 








E 


Tampa 


November 11, 
November 11, 


1011 


Johnson, Menen- 




1011 




Fort Mvers 


November 14, 


1011 


Johnson, A. B.. . 


Macclennv 


November 10, 


1011 


Jonson, D. E. ... 


Fort Lauderdale. 


November 22, 


1011 


Johnson, R. E. . . 


Green Head 


November 22, 


1911 


Johnson, J a in e s 












November 27, 
January 9, 
January 11. 


1911 


Jackson W. N. . . . 


Tampa 


1012 


James, C. F 


Plant Citv 


1912 


Johnson, Frances 




January 24, 


1012 


Johnson, 1). B.. .. 


Lynn Haven .... 


February 17. 


1012 


Johnson, Henry 








M 


Tampa 


February 17, 


1912 


Jones, B. J 


Lake Citv 


February 17, 


1012 


James, Horatio. . . 


Jacksonville 


February 17, 


1012 


Johnson, B. S. 


Venus 


February 27, 


1012 


Jackson L. H 


Lee 


March 1, 
March 5, 


1012 


Johnson, C. L. 


Fort Mvers 


1912 


Jackson, F. S. ... 


Fenhollowav 


March 14, 


1912 


Jones, Curtis L... 


Wausau 


April 10, 


1912 


Joyce, Edward . . 


St Augustine . . . 


April 10, 


1912 


Johnson. L. S. 


Largo 


May 3, 


1912 



180 



NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued. 



Name. 



Residence. 



Term, Four Yeaks 
from Date Given. 



Johnson, S. T. 

Jones, A. B 

Jerkins, Geo. W. . 
Johns, James M.. 
Jones, John R. . . 

Jones, C. L 

Jenrette, J. M. . . . 

Jones, E. I) 

Jarrett, B. E. . . . 
Johnson, J. E. . . 
Johnson. Daniel 

W 

Jackson, J. C. 
Johnson, R a 1 p li 

B 

Jordan, H. I). . . . 
Johnson, J. W. . . 
Johnson, C. F. 
Jenkins, W. R. . . 
Johnson, C. C. 

Jepsen, H. C 

Jones, Arthur A.. 

Johns, A. F 

Jones, H. A 

Jackson, W. W... 



Kirk, Geo. A. Jr.. 
Kelly, Lauch 
Kenady, Susie H. . 
Koerner, H. J. 

Key, A. J 

Kennedy, F. J. . . . 

Kins, D. B 

Kates, Win. E. E. 
Kins', John W. . . 
Kino-, W. G 



Largo 

Bradley Junction 
Round Lake 

Sexton 

Anna Maria 

Catawha 

Floral City 

Lvnn Haven 

Palatka 

Naranja 

Johnson 

Vernon 

Bradentown .... 

Pensacola 

Aripeka 

Pensacola 

Pine Mount . . . 

Bartow 

Titusville 

Lake Worth 

Crawford , 

Milton 

McDavid 

K 

Jacksonville .... 

Marianna 

Live Oak 

Mulberry 

Haywood 

Biscayne 

Freeport 

Ruskin 

Archer 

Kissimmee 



May 
May 
May 
May 

May 

June 

July 

Julv 

Julv 

July 

July 
August 



14, 1912 
16, 1912 
20, 1912 

20, 1912 

21, 1912 
20, 1912 

5, 1912 

G, 1912 

10, 1912 

15, 1912 



15, 19 j 2 
8, 1912 



August 10, 

August 20, 

Sept'mber G, 

Sept'mber 

October 

October 

November 

November 

December 

December 

December 



7, 

4, 

12, 

14, 

19, 

6, 
14, 

20, 



January 30, 
February 13, 
March G, 

10, 



March 

March 

March 

April 

June 

June 

August 



17, 
17. 
9, 
11, 
11, 
10, 



1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 



190!) 
1909 
1909 
1909 
1909 
1909 
1900 
1909 
1909 
1909 



181 



NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued. 







Term, Four Years 


Name. 


Residence. 


prom Date G 


IVEN. 


Knowles, Charles 








L 


Kev West 


Sept'mber 11, 
Sept'mber 11, 


1909 


King, Mabel .... 




1909 


Key, Sallie E. . . . 
Kyle, C. H 


Quincy 


Sept'mber 15. 
Sept'mber 17, 


1909 


Pensacola 


1909 


Kennedy, E. A. . . 


Lake Geneva .... 


January 8, 


1910 


Karn, T. L 


Tampa 


Januarv 14, 


1910 


Knight, Peter 0.. 




January 27, 


1910 


Knight, Victor H. 
Kitching, Walter 
Kehoe, Minnie E. 


Tampa 


February 8, 
February 9, 
February 21 ; 


1910 


Stuart 


1910 




1910 


Key, A. R 


Sanford 


February 21. 


1910 


King, C. T 


Crescent City . .". 


February 21, 


1910 


Ketterer, P 


Omega 


March 3, 
March 12, 


1910 


Key, Alex. H. . . . 


Branford 


1910 


Kirkland, J. D,. . 


Graceville 


March 12, 


1910 


Knowles, Ellis . . 


Pensacola 


April 13, 


1910 


Kirk, E. J 


Jacksonville 


May 18, 


1910 


Kooker, J. Weir. . 




0T6I 'IT 


aunf 


Kelley, J. A 


Henderson 


0T6I 'S 


euiif 


Kellogg, Frank S. 


Orange Park .... 


June 18, 


1910 


Kirch hain, Y. H. . 


Cedar Key 


July 12, 


1910 


Kemp, A. J 


Key West 


August 20, 


1910 


Knight, D. E. ... 


Starke 


Sept'mber 7, 
Sept'mber 9, 


1910 


Keep, C. F 




1910 


Krook, Edith L. . 


Pomona 


Sept'mber 19. 


1910 


Kettle, Robert P.. 


St. Augustine . . . 


Sept'mber 26, 


1910 


Keggin, Jas. W. . 


West Tampa .... 


October 17, 


1910 


Knight, Raymond 








D., Jr 


Orange Heights. . 


October 17, 
November 10, 


1910 


King, J. A 


1910 


Knight, John T. . 




November 23, 


1910 




Jacksonville 


December 7, 


1910 


Kirkpatrick, John 








A 


Pensacola 


December 21, 


1911) 


Kev, A. J 


Quincy 


December 23, 


191G 


Knauer, Win. . . . 


Jacksonville 


December 31, 


1910 


Kennedy, J. H. 


Terra Ceia 


January 6, 


1911 


Kvnes, W. A 


Alford 


January 25, 


1911 









182 



NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued. 



Name. 



Residence. 



Term, Four Years 
from Date Given. 



Kins;, John E. . . . 

King, D. R 

Kribbs, J. F 

Kirkland, S. P. 
Koesmier, Marie. . 

Kelly, J. R 

Kaufman, David. 
Kemp, Thos. J.. . 
Katsch, W. A. .. 

Keen, J. E 

Kirchhain, P. F.. 
Kino;, Battey . . . 

Keefe, E. J 

King, A. S 

Kichline, J. G. . . 
Kennard, S. P>. . . 
Kennedy, Geo. D. 

Keith, A. S 

King, Arthur R.. 
Kerce, Wm. H. . . 
Knight, H. L. ... 
Kite, E. R. B. . . 
Kittridge, Clinton 

D. . 

Kirkby, E. M. . . . 
Kemp, Richard H. 
King, Wm. G. . . . 
Keen, John W. . . 
Knudson, E. J. . . 
Klnn, Philip 

Kean, Wm 

Knester, Mercedes 
Knight, F. L. 
Kurtz, E. B. ... 
Knight, M. G. . . 
Knott, Mary M.. 
Keen, Jr.. S. S.. . 
King, J. G 



Lecanto 

Harris 

Kissimmee 

Altoona 

Miami 

Madison 

Jacksonville 
Indian Springs. . 

Miami 

Lake City 

Cedar Keys 
Fort Myers 

Tampa 

Crystal River . , 

Ocala 

Newberry 

Mandarin 

Kathleen 

Orlando 

Lake Butler . . . 
Jacksonville 
Waldo 

Fort Lauderdale 
Jacksonville 

Key West 

St. Petersburg . 
Fort Meade 
Jacksonville 

Pensacola 

Bradentown 

Pensacola 

Jacksonville 

Miami 

Largo 

Miami 

Lake City 

Arcadia 



February 9, 
February 27, 



5, 
10, 
13, 
19, 
13, 
13, 
26, 

S, 
19, 
19, 



May 

May 

Mav 

May 

•June 

June 

June 

July 

August 

August 

Sept'mber 12, 

October 9, 

October 9, 

October 24, 

November 1, 

November 13, 

November 14, 

December 7, 

December 11, 

January 9, 

January 9, 
January 31, 
February 17, 
February 23, 



March 

March 

April 

April 

April 

Mav 

July 

August 



1, 
14, 

6, 
10, 
15, 

14, 

9, 
10, 

20, 

Sept'mber 3, 
Sept'mber 6, 



An oust 



1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1912 

1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 



183 



NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued. 



Name. 



Residence. 



Term, Four Years 
from Date Given. 



Keller. Clarence 



Kennev, Chas. H 

Kiilin,'l). C 

Kino-, R. S 

Kel fiber, P. F.. . . 

Kelly, J. I 

Kinne, Chas. W. . 

Knrz, L 

Kilgore, W. C. G 

Keep, B 

Kirk, Geo. A. Jr.. 



Lancaster, Henry 
Lassetter, Jas. . . 

Laws, E. R 

Lanier, T. B 

Leigh, W. C 

Luther, J. D 

Leitner, W. E. . . 

Lamb, A. M 

Lancaster, Frank 

W. 

Lovett, John P.. . 

Lee, M. W 

Leon, Albert K. . . 

Leslie, A. E 

Lee, Chas. H. . . . 
Lock, William J.. 
Lnmmns, J. N.. . . 
Loraine, E. I). . . 

Lott, H. M 

LaRne, Joseph H. 
Lindsey, J. R. ... 
Lartigue, R. E. 
Lnpfer, S. L 



Jacksonville 
Seabreeze . . 
Pensacola .. 
Arcadia 

Tampa 

Portland . . . 

Jacksonville 

Jacksonville 

Wildwood . . 

Jacksonville 

Jacksonville 



Mayo 

Jacksonville 
Mascotte .. . 
Tavares 
Jacksonville 
Old Town . 
Arcadia .... 
Palmetto .. . 



Jacksonville 
Apalachicola . . 

Theresa 

Jacksonville 

Live Oak 

Tarpon Springs. 

Wilcox 

Miami 

Noma 

Havana 

Omega 

Macclenny 

Gainesville 

Kissimmee 



Sept'mber 

Sept'mber 

Sept'mber 

October 

November 

November 

November 

December 

December 

December 

December 



9, 
9, 
24, 
18, 
19, 
19, 
29, 
10, 
10, 
10, 
27. 



1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
P.) 12 
1912 



January 
January 

January 

January 

January 

January 

February 

February 

February 

March 

March 

March 

March 

April 

Mav 

May 

June 

Jnlv 

July 

July 

Julv 

July 



11, 1909 
11, 190!) 
11, 1909 
13, 1909 

21, 190!) 
29. 1909 

5, 1909 

5, 1909 

10, 1909 

0, 1909 

11, 190!) 

23, 1909 

24, 1909 
13, 190!) 

12, 190!) 

22, 1909 
12, 1909 

6, 1909 
8, 190!) 

10, 1909 

12, 1909 

17, 1909 



184 



NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued. 



Name. 



Eesidence. 



Term, Four Years 
from Date Given. 



July 31, 1909 

August 4, 1909 
Layne, Joseph W. 
Lett. Mabel Claire 
Loveigne, J. T. . . 
Love, Sam A. . . . 

Levey, C. J. 

Lowe, A. M 

Livingston, J. H. 
Linn, Alexander.. 

Lamb, J. P 

Lucas, Thomas E. 
Lilly, James W. . . 
Lay, Marcellus A. 
Leavitt, Lois I. . . 

Leeks, H. F 

Lurton, W. S. ... 
L'Engle, Francis 

P 

Langston, R. B.. . 
Lawson, M. M. . . 

Logan, J. A 

Long, A. V 

Licata, Philip F. . 
Loveless, R. L. 
Laird, Daniel D . . 
Leak, Robert B . . 

Lock, C. A. 

Larkins, W. A. . . 
Leavengood, A. J. 
Lord, Charles . . . 
Luck, Manly .... 
Lyman, Richard 

W 

Lewis, Henry J.. 

Lytle, Mary 

Lord, R. A 

Layton, C. R. ... 



Pensacola 

Jacksonville 

Watertown 

Miami 

Oxford 

Jacksonville 

Pensacola 

Tarpon Springs . . 

Ocala 

St. Petersburg . . 

Live Oak 

Tampa 

Kissimmee 

Jacksonville 

Orange City .... 

Palatka 

Pensacola 

Jacksonville 

Smith Creek .... 

Live Oak 

Cypress 

Starke 

Ybor City 

Tampa 

Darlington 

Fort Myers 

Dade City 

Larkins 

Stanton 

Orlando 

Green Cove Sprgs 

Jacksonville .. . 

Kathleen 

Jacksonville . . . 

Ybor City 

Gainesville .... 



Leonard, 

A 

Lee, J. L. 

Sept'mber 

Sept'mber 

Sept'mber 

October 

October 

October 

October 

October 

December 

December 

December 

December 

January 

January 

February 



William 



18, 1909 
18, 1909 
21, 1909 
9, 1909 
12, 1909 

12, 1909 

13, 1909 
28, 1909 

14, 1909 
14, 1909 
24, 1909 
28, 1909 
18, 1910 
28, 1910 

2, 1910 



February 2, 
Februarv 18, 



March 

March 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

May 

May 

June 

June 

June 



7, 
24, 
16, 

11, 
13, 
16, 

26, 
7, 
23, 
14, 
18, 
20, 



1910 
1910 
1910 
1910 
1910 
1910 
1910 
1910 
1910 
1910 
1910 
1910 
1910 
1910 



August 29, 1910 
Sept'mber 13, 1910 
Sept'mber 21, 1910 
October 17, 1910 
October 17, 1910 



185 



NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued. 



Name. 



Residence. 



Term, Four Years 
prom Date Given. 



Lowrv, C. M 

LaRue, M. H.... 

Lederer,Arthur J . 

Lipscomb, V. R.. . 

Lamb, J. J 

Leverette, Walter 
M 

Lee, William H. . . 

Latham, E. A. ... 

Leggett, C. H. ... 

Long, M. H 

Lambeth, John E. 

Lopez, Joseph A.. 

Ledbetter, J. E. . . 

Lee, W. J 

L a m p h e ir, Ed- 
ward 

Langston, S. R.. . 

Lang, R. C 

Ledbetter, G. C. 

Leigh, Wilfred R. 

Leslev, L. G 

Loftin, Scott M.. 

Lowry, Lilla .... 

Lowe, Geo. L. ... 

Lees, Ida W 

Long, Fred 

Lew, Morris .... 

Lnsk, Willard T.. 

Lee, M. S 

Lastinger, Clay- 
ton 

Lynch, John P. . . 

Lohr, Jno. S. ... 

Lyman, Earl H. . . 

Land, Geo. W. . . . 

Lee, A. C 

Lightfoot, C. E. 

LeGro, F. C. B... 



Jacksonville .. 
Homeland 
Jacksonville .. 
Watertown . . 
Bradentown .. 

Boyd 

Jacksonville .. 
Jacksonville .. 

Saxton 

Jacksonville .. 
Clearwater . . . 

Tampa 

Pensacola .... 
Taylorsville . . 

Jacksonville .. 
Cross City . . . 

Trenton 

Gainesville .. . 
Marathon 

Tampa 

Pensacola 
Pensacola 
Key West . . . 

Leesbnrg 

Marianna .... 
Pensacola 
Pensacola 
Spring Garden 

Picnic 

Manatee 

Jacksonville .. 
Pensacola 
Bradentown . 

Bonifay 

Tampa 

Miami 



October 17 1910 
November 15, 1910 
November 15, 1910 
December 7, 1910 
December 8, 1910 



December 31, 
January 3, 
January 
January 
January 
January 
February 13, 
February 22, 
February 27, 



7, 
11, 
11, 
11, 



March 

May 

June 

June 

July 

August 

August 

August 

August 

August 

August 

August 

August 



11, 
10, 

5, 
26, 
14, 
7, 
7, 
19, 
19, 
19. 
19, 
21, 
31, 



Sept'mber 9, 



1910 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 

1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 



Sept'mber 9, 1911 
Sept'mber 11, 1911 
October 3, 1911 
October 5, 1911 
October 9, 1911 
October 9, 1911 
October 27, 1911 
October 27, 1911 



ISO 



NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued. 



Name. 



Residence. 



Term, Four Years 
from Date Given. 



Long, W. G 

Long, H. W 

Leake, Bessie G.. 
Lancaster, Essie 

C 

Lovell, M. W. ... 

Lanier, 0. E 

Lott, Geo. B 

Lehman, Mary H. 
LeAvis, John T. . . . 

Ladd, J. M 

Lewis, F. G 

Legrone, Geo. S.. 
Larimore, G. L. . . 

Leite, Oscar 

Lowry, J. M 

Leggett, C. L 

Lyman, 0. W. . . . 
Landers, D. W. . . 

Lowry, A. C 

Lennen, W. A. ... 

Look, W. F 

Loennecker, H. D. 
La Rue, F. L. ... 
Levy, Jerome .... 
Lanier, W. B. . . . 
Lester, W. C. ... 

Lee, Win. F 

Langford, R. C. . 
Lancaster, Robt. . 

Loyd, J. T 

Linder, John C. . . 
Langford, Adriou 

E 

. La Salle, A. L. . . 

Logan, A. R 

Lord. Franklin L 
Landis, Carv D.. 
Lnsk, E. E.' 



Tavares 

Martel 

Orlando 

Jacksonville 

Sanford 

Avon Park 

Jacksonville 

Jacksonville 

Ocklawaha 

Newport 

West Palm Beach 

Lake City 

Tampa 

Jacksonville 

Mont Verde 

Greenville 

Green Cove Sprgs 

Tampa 

Tampa 

St. Petersburg 
Panama City . 
Homasassa .... 

Palatka 

Jacksonville .. . 
Jacksonville .. . 

Baker 

Pensacola 

Fort Meade . . . 

Mayo 

Palmetto 

Ruskin 

Pensacola 

Miami 

Jacksonville .. . 
Jacksonville . . . 

DeLand 

Lakeland 



November 1, 1911 
November 10, 1911 
November 11. 1911 



December 11, 
December 11, 
December 19, 
December 27, 
December 27. 
January 11, 
February 20, 
February 21. 
Februarv 17, 



March 

March 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

May 

May 

May 

June 

June 

July 

Julv 

July 

August 



1. 
5, 
0, 

0, 

•> 
• >, 

10, 

10, 

10. 

10, 

17, 

3, 

14. 

28, 

14, 

17, 

5, 

6, 

16, 

10, 



1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 



August 12, 1912 
August 12, 1912 
Sept'mber 0. 1912 
Sept'mber 12, 1912 
October 10, 1912 
October 18, 1912 



187 



NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued. 



Name. 


Residence. 


Term, Four Years 
from Date Given. 


Lyon, C. W 

Lancaster, ») . T. . . 


Live Oak 

Ocala 


October 18. 
November 14 
November 14 
November 15 
November 19 
November 25 
December 10 
December 10 
1 )ecember 10 
December 20 
December 28 

January 7, 
January 11, 
January 11, 
January 15, 
January 21, 
January 26. 
January 29, 
January 29, 
February 8, 
February 10, 
February 10, 
February 11, 
February 12, 
February 18, 
March 6, 

March 10, 
April 18, 
April 15, 
April 15, 
April 17, 
April 17, 
April 21, 
Mav 8, 
Mav 20, 


1912 
1912 


Lamar, J. Wallac. 
Lundv, E H 


Penton 


1912 
191" 


Leggett, V. E . 
Lockey, W. C 


Live Oak 

Vernon 


1912 
1912 


Lester, J. L 

Loadholtes, M. M. 
Lindsey, W. S. . . . 
Lewis, Edgar 


Kev West 

Fort Meade 

St. Petersburg . . 
Eldred T. . .. 


1912 
1912 

1912 
1912 


Logan, Jeannette. 

Meeks, J. B 

Moriarty, John E. 
Morris, George P. 
Mills, Bertha ... 
Mobray. W." L.. . . 

Marsh, A. H 

Marzoni, Leo T. . 
Moore, J L 


Miami . .. 

M 

Live Oak 

Wannee 

Gainesville 

Live Oak 

Pensacola 

Jacksonville 

Pensacola 

Tampa 


1012 

1909 

190!) 
190:) 
190!) 
I'll):) 
1909 
1909 
L909 


Munden, J. A. . . 
Morgan. C. C. ... 
Merrill, Fred T.. . 


Tampa 

Fort Ogden 

Palatka 


1901) 
1909 
1909 


Martin, Fannie . . 
Melvin, E. P. . . . 

Morris. J. P 

Merrill, T. B. ... 


Brooksville 

Kvnesville 

Bagdad 

Palatka 


1909 
190!) 
190!) 
1909 


Maybury, Marga- 
ret C. 


Tampa 


1909 


Munroe, T. T. ... 


Ocala 


1909 


Messer, Z. M. ... 
Mason, E. W. ... 
Murrow W. S. . . 


Blountstown .... 

Bellville ........ 

Jasper 


1909 
1909 
1909 


Maxwell, W. A... 
Milton, John. Jr.. 

Mackev, C. E 

Matthis, Wm. H.. 


Marianna 

St. Augustine . . . 
Cross Citv 


1909 
1909 
1909 
1909 



188 



NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued. 



Name. 



Residence. 



Term, Four Years 
from Date Given. 



Morgan, Marcell- 

us 

Murden, S. A. . 
Moseley, L. T. 
Meek, R. O. ... 
Metcalfe, Guy I 
Merrian, P. A. 
Miles, P. W. 
Moore, J. L. 
Milton, Edward 

V 

Mixson, J. K. . 
Merrill, Riley M.. 
Miller, Gussie . . . 
Marion, N. W.. . - 
Morgan. W. H — 
Miller, W. H. ... 
Moore, E. R. L... 
Martin, W. T. . . . 
Merriwether, W . 

R 

Morrow, J. P. ... 
Mathis, C. C. ... 
Murphy, Geral- 

dine E 

Matlack, AS.... 
Monroe, Kirk . . . 
Macf arlane, Jas . 

D 

Meyerheim, Fred. 
Martin, W. E. .. 
Marshal^ John E. 
Morton, Gertrude 
Martin, Charles C. 
Marler, Wm. T.. 
Merritt, John A.. 

Moon, S. D 

Minich, Estelle . . 
Milian, Louis . . . 



River Junction 

Modello 

Mayo 

Kissimmee .... 
West Palm Beach 

Plant City 

Noma 

Genoa 

Jacksonville .... 

Fairfield 

So. Jacksonville. 

Lake City 

Jasper 

Sanderson 

Inverness 

Carrabelle 

Tampa 



Pensacola 

Ellaville 

Ponce de Leon. 



Tampa . . . 
Sorrento . 
Pensacola 



Tampa 

Jacksonville 
Orlando 
Palatka 
Dunedin 

Bell 

Destin 

Pensacola .. . 
Floral City . 

Tampa 

West Tampa 



June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 

June 

June 

July 

July 

July 

August 

August 

August 

August 



7, 1909 

9, 1909 

11, 1909 

12, 1909 
12, 1909 
12, 1909 
16, 1909 

16, 1909 

28, 1909 
30, 1909 
10, 1909 

17, 1909 
17, 1909 

6, 1909 

7, 1909 
10, 1909 
12, 1909 



August 16, 1909 
Sept'mber 3, 1909 
Sept'mber S, 1909 

Sept'mber 11. 1909 
Sept'mber 16, 1909 
Sept'mber 17, 1909 



Se])t'mber 20. 
Sept'mber 22, 
October 7, 
October 9, 
October 12, 
November 5, 
November 17, 
November 27, 
December 9, 
December 15, 
December 15, 



1909 
1909 
1909 
1909 
1909 
1909 
1909 
1909 
1909 
1909 
1909 



189 



NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued. 



Name. 



Residence. 



Term, Four Years 
from Date Given. 



Mock. A. C. 

Martin, R. I 

Marks, Richard B. 
Mobley. Edgar D. 
Mooney, E. A. ... 
Mickler, Albert H. 

Moore, L. E 

Manier, J. T. ... 

Macon, T. L 

Mapoles, J. T. . . 
Monroe,Josepli H. 
Moodv, J. B. ... 
Morris, D. H., Jr. 

Miller, A. J 

Moses, Elwvn N.. 

Mickler, E. L 

Milam, T. C 

Moragne, N. H.. 
Maura, Aubrey . . 
Markillie, G. F... 
Morris, Clias. E.. 
Medard, Arthur 

E 

Mason, Jacob H.. 
Merry, Joseph E.. 

Messer, P. F 

Morrow, L. S. . . . 
Metcalf, W. I. . . . 
Mobley, John A.. 

Minx, E. O 

Miller, W. H. ... 

Mivares, J 

Mobley, G. S. ... 
Miller, Adraer D.. 
Morales, Richard 

D 

Matheny, Morgan 

P 

Mathews, S. M. . . 



McLellan 

Ocala 

Sanford 

Lake City 

Garniers 

St. Augustine . . . 

Madison 

Jacksonville 

Quincy 

Milligan 

Carleton 

Charlotte 

Noma 

Bonifay 

Jacksonville 

DeLand 

Jacksonville 

Jacksonville 

Pensacola 

Jacksonville 

Port Inglie . . . 

Tampa 

Tampa 

Pass-A-Grille 

Dellwood 

Pierce 

West Palm Beach 

Riverland 

Kissimmee 

Eustis 

Tampa 

White Springs 

Ruskin 

Tampa 

Brooker 

Jacksonville 



January 7, 
January 7. 
January 8, 
January 12, 
January 12, 
January 12, 
February 7, 
February 8, 
February 14, 
February 14, 
February 15, 
February in, 
February 10. 
Februarv 21, 
March 

March 14, 
March 14, 
March 22. 
March k 22, 
March 24, 
March 28, 



April 

April 

April 

April 

May 

May 

June 

June 

June 

July 

Julv 

July 

July 

August 
Au su st 



1010 
1010 
1010 
1010 
1010 
1010 
1910 
1010 
1010 
1010 
1010 
1010 
1910 
1910 
1010 
1010 
1010 
1010 
1910 
1010 
1010 



11, 1010 

11, 1010 

16, 1010 
10, 1010 

G, 1010 

0, 1010 

10. 1910 

17. 1010 
17, 1910 

8, 1010 

14, 1010 

15, 1010 

20, 1910 

0, 1010 

9, 1010 



190 



NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued. 



Name. 



Residence. 



Term, Four Years 
prom Date Given. 



Mills, Nellie B... 

Monroe. James D. 

Murphy, Milton. . 

Moore, L. G 

Martin, Chas. H.. 

Mnnson, Chas. N. 

Moblev, Elizabeth 
L. .' .'. 

Mickle, Walter F. 

Moblev, James I.. 

Montfbrt, W. R. . 

Marshall, W. H... 

Metcalfe, Nora E. 

Martin, Geo. W.. 

Moody, M. E. 

Morey, Manlius E. 

Moore, S. M. 

Move, Mary A.. . . 

Moser, R. L 

Mathews, J. M. . . 

Moore, Varan . . . 

Mays, S. E. 

Marlow, A. Mil- 
dred 

Moore, Milbia . . . 

Merrvday, Harold 
E. ' 

Milbnrn, Charles. 

Mier, Noel W. . . . 

Moore A. T 

Myzell, Jr., Wm.. 

Marshal, W. H.. . 

Martin, Giles E.. 

Morgan, L. T. . . . 

Murphy, B. A. . . . 

M o n t g o m e r y, 
Chas 

Mattox, L. W. . . . 

Mann, W. C 



Pensacola 
Jacksonville . 
Jacksonville ., 
Jacksonville 
St. Cloud . .. 
Jacksonville .. 



Tampa 

Fort Myers 

Odessa 

Fulford 

Fort Lauderdale 

Tampa 

Ocala 

Plant City 

Pensacola 

St. Augustine . . 

Arcadia 

Homestead 

Flemington 

Marianna 

Plant City 



Jacksonville 

DeFuniak Sprgs 



Palatka 

Port Orange 
St. Augustine 
West Tampa 
Kings Ferry . 
Millville ..'.. 
Fort White . 
Live Oak ... 
Pensacola .. . 



Buena Vista 

Alford 

Putnam Hall 



August 10, 1010 
August 24, 1910 
August 31, 1910 
Sept'mber 9, 1910 
September 16, 1910 
Sept'mber 17, 1910 



Sept'mber 23, 
October 10, 
October 17, 
October 25, 
October 29, 
November 5, 
November 1 5, 
November 2.* > >, 
December 13, 
December 13. 
December 21, 
December 29, 
January 21, 
January 10, 
January 16, 



1910 

1910 
1910 
1910 
11)10 
11)10 
1910 
11110 
1910 
1910 
19 in 
1910 
1911 
1911 
1911 



January 31, 1911 
February 9, 1911 



February 

Februar 

Februar 

Februar 

Februar 

Februar 

March 

March 

March 

March 
March 



13, 

13. 

1 Q 
1.5, 

15, 
15. 
17. 
11, 
11, 
11. 



11)11 
1911 
11)11 
1911 
1911 
1911 
11)11 
11)11 
11)11 



13. 11)11 
15. 11)11 



191 



NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued. 



Name. 



Moses, Wallace R. 
Munden, CO. .. 
Morse, Harry E. . 
Marks, Sam R... 
Merritt, Richard 

C 

Miles, I). B. 

Morgan, O. A. . . 
Miller, Grace E.. 
Murphy, limber t 

I). 

Murphy, H. G. .. 
Miller, John H... 

Miller, J. M 

Murphy, T. M. . . . 
Meyer, Arno. B. . 
Marcus, Pauline 

R. . 

Mosher. E. 

Mills, D. J 

Majors, Maud . 
Meeks, Robert H. 
Mai one, Jr., Wm. 

H 

Mai lory, F. P ... 
Merrell, Herman. 
Mickler, Baisden . 
Miller, W. R. . . . 
Mullikin, F. L.. .. 
Minor, Win. R.. . 
Matthews, G. E.. 
Marion, Paul C 

May, M. B 

Martin, L. C. . . . 

Moore, E. G 

Mickler, Arnold 

P 

Monroe, Geo. D.. 
Mercer, Leon B. . 



Residence. 



Term, Four Years 
from Date Given. 



West Palm Beach 

Tampa 

Eustis 

Jacksonville 

Jacksonville 

Darlington 

Punta Gorda .... 
Eustis 

Tampa 

Zolfo 

Tampa 

Bonifay 

Kissimmee 

St. Petersburg . . 

Pensacola 

Cromanton 

Wilmarth 

Pen sn cola 

Fort Myers 

Key West 

Jacksonville 

St. Petersburg . . 

Tampa 

Bonifay 

Jacksonville 

Bowling Green . . 

Pensacola 

Ocala , 

Marianna 

Branford 

Tampa 

Live Oak 

Quincy 

Hosford 



April 
April 
April 
April 

April 
Mav 
May 
May 

May 

Mav 

May 

June 

June 

June 

June 
June 
Tune 
Julv 
July 



14, 11)11 

14. 1911 

14. 1911 

19, 1911 



1!) 
5 
5 



5 
6 
11 
12 
17 
17 

22 
22 
26 



!:: 

i ! 

7 

19 

L9 



Julv 
July 

August 
August 
August 
Sept'mber 6 
Sept'mber 9 
Sept'mber 9 
Sept'mber 12 
Sept niber 21 
October 2 
October 3 



October 
October 
October 



1911 
11)11 
1911 
11)11 

191] 

1911 
1911 
11)11 
1911 
11)11 

1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 

1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
11)11 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 

1911 
1911 
191 1 



192 



NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued. 



Name. 



Residence. 



Term, Four Years 
from Date Given. 



Miller, Chas. Y. . 

Mack, E. J 

Merritt, T. S 

Mullikin, Robt. F 
Maynor, W. H. . . . 
Mitchell, Chas. M. 
Mozo, Geo. W. . . . 
Maxev, Henrv R.. 

Mills' F. S... 

Mauldin, R. M. . . 
Massev, John . . . 
Meeks, Geo. T... 
Madray, R. W. . . 
Merrell, Robt B.. 
Matheson, Chris.. 
Monrose, E. W. . . 
Markham, H. W.. 
Moore, Blanche . . 
Maura, Frank 

Maxon, J. G 

Milton, L. R 

Mordt, L. W 

Morse, Fred S. . . 

Mozo. W. B 

Minis, J. S 

Magaha, E. M. . . . 

Miller, G. I 

Mills, j. d: 

Marine, W. F. . . . 
Miller, Chas. V.. 
Mabry, M. H. J. . . 
Morrison, Daniel 

A 

Miller, J. E. ... 

Morgan, J. P 

Morgan, A. J. . . . 
Matthews, Thos. .. 

Maxon, S. O 

Melburn, E. M. . . 



Ocala 

Wewahitchka 

Argyle 

Middleburg . 
Jacksonville 
Wauchnla .. . 
Jacksonville 
Jacksonville 
Tallahassee . 
Westville . . . 
Pensacola .. . 
Falmouth . . . 

Sumatra 

Rockwell . . . 
Gainesville .. 

Tampa 

Lake City . . 
Jacksonville 
Pensacola . . . 
Jacksonville 
Jacksonville . 
Jacksonville 

Miami 

Rosewood . . 

Tampa 

Gainesville .. 

Miami 

Live Oak 

Ocala 

Ocala 

Tampa 

Jacksonville . 
Graceville .. . 

Day 

Cross City . . 
Greenwood .... 
Jacksonville . 
Jacksonville . 



0, 

9, 

10, 
14, 
24, 

27, 



October- 
October 
October 
October 
October 
October 
November 13, 
November 14, 
November 21, 
November 22, 
November 22 
December 7, 
December 12, 
December 15, 
December 20, 



January 
January 
January 
January 
January 
January 
January 
January 
February 2, 
February 17, 
February 17, 
February 17, 
February 17. 
February 21, 
February 23, 
Februarv 26, 



S, 

o, 

9, 
24, 

31, 

31, 
31, 
31, 



1911 

1911 
1911 
1911 

1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 



March 1, 1912 

March 4. 1912 

March 4, 1912 

March 8, 1912 

March 14, 1912 

March 14, 1912 

April 6. 1912 



193 



NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued. 



Name. 



Residence. 



Term, Four Years 
prom Date Given. 



Mullins, A. T. . . . 

Moseley, A. M 

Messer, A. E 

Muro, G. W. de.. 

Maxwell, B. C... 

Madison, J. B 

Maxwell, Wra. S.. 

Meeks, H. M 

Mathews, Johnnie 

Monlton, C. H.... 

Mack, E. L 

Martin, Helen . . 

Mverson, M e i n- 
hard H 

Morgan, O. A. . . 

Merrvdav, H. 
Crill ....* 

Meserve, E. M. . . . 

Merskon, M. L. . . . 

Mobley, Jr., B. H. 

Mnnson, F. W. . . 

Murphree, C. D.. 

Mallorv, S. R 

Marsh, Roy D 

Murphy, Jr., Ed- 
ward J 

May, Phil S 

Middleton, Wm. 
A 

Mordt, Edwin W. 

Muncaster, R. C. 

Morris, A. B 

Mai one. W. B. . . 

Martin, Z. E 

Nash, W. T 

Moffett, J. B 

Masters, Jr., B. J. 

Miller, H. M 

Moore, Millard F. 



St. Petersburg 

Newbern 

Dell wood 
Inverness 

Sanford 

Alachua 

Melbourne . . . 
Live Oak 
Marianna 
Jacksonville .. 

Bartow 

Brooks vi lie . . . 

Jacksonville .. 
Gi fiord 

Bartow 

Miami 

Gainesville .. . 
Punta Gorda . 
Georgiana 

Caryville 

Pensacola 
Detroit 

Jacksonville .. 
acksonville . 

Jacksonville .. 
Jacksonville .. 

Ocala 

Baker 

Quincy 

Tampa 

Vilas 

Homestead . . . 

Elkton 

Pensacola 
Titusville 



Apr 
Apr 
Apr- 
Apr 
April 
May 
May 
Mav 
May 
May 
June 
June 

Julv 
July 



Julv 

Julv 

Julv 

Julv 

July 

August 

August 

August 



3, 1912 
10, 1912 

10, 1912 
17, 1912 
17, 1912 
14, 1912 

11, 1912 

14, 1912 
23, 1912 
28, 1912 

8, 1912 

8, 1912 

2, 1912 

9, 1912 

!), 1912 

10, 1912 

15, 1912 
15, 1912 
15, 1912 

12, 1912 

13, 1912 
15, 1912 



August 26, 1912 
Sept'mber 3, 1912 



Sept'mber 

Sept'mber 

Sept'mber 

Sept'mber 

October 

October 

October 

October 

October 

November 

November 



0, 
14, 

14, 

18, 
18, 
18, 
18, 
22 

14, 

14, 



1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 



13— S. S. 



194 



NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued. 



Name. 



Eesidence. 



Term, Four Years 
from Date Given. 



Mullis, J. W 

Mayo, W. H 

Milam, E. B 

Martin, J. B 

Macomber, B. G.. 

Melvin. J. S 

Mickens, J. W 

McLeod, D. G.... 
McMillan,Annie E. 
McAliley, John D. 
McCallum, D. H.. 
McDavid, Irraa . . 
McLeod, R. Don, 

Jr , 

McClellan, W. H.. 
McGill, S. D. 
McDonald, J. H. . 
Macarthv, P. M. 
McCord,*S. W.... 
McCormic, J, G.. 
McCallum, T. A.. 
McGriff, W. W. . . 
McMullen, I). C. . 
McEwen, J. C. . . 
McKev. D. M. 
McNelty, Geo. S.. 
McMullen, Thos. 

J 

McCranie, A. A.. . 
McCord, L. P. 
McKinnon, Julia. 
McNeal, T. F. 
Mac-Williams, W. 

A 

McLeod, D. W. . . 
McMullen, Chas. 

Y 

McKeown, A. P.. . 
McClure, G. C. . . 



Genoa 

Herndon 

Jacksonville 

Pine Level 

Jacksonville 

Ebro 

West Palm Beach 
DeFuniak Springs 

Pensacola 

Marianna 

Milligan 

Pensacola 

Sopchoppv 

Wellborn' 

Jacksonville 

River Junction . . 

Pinewood 

Tampa 

Marianna 

Dorcas 

Tallahassee ...... 

Tampa 

Wauchula 

Plant City 

Jacksonville 

Christina 

Tampa 

West Palm Beach 
DeFuniak Springs 
Pensacola 

St. Augustine . . . 
Marianna 

West Farm 

Istachatta 

Ocala 



November 14, 
November 15, 
November 15, 
November 15, 
December 4, 
December 10, 
December 27, 
January 8, 
J anuary 23, 
February 10, 
February IS, 
February 19, 



1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1909 
1909 
1909 
1909 
1909 



March 

March 

March 

April 

April 

May 

June 

Julv 

July 

July 

August 

August 

August 



3, 1909 

5, 1909 

6, 1909 
23, 1909 
28, 1909 
22, 1909 
12, 1909 

7, 1909 

8, 1909 

10, 1909 

11, 1909 
1G, 1909 
IS, 1909 



Sept'mber 11, 1909 
Sept'mber 13, 1909 
Sept'mber 14, 1909 
October 12, 1909 
October 12, 1909 

November 11. 1909 
November 11, 1909 

December 3, 1909 
December 9, 1909 
December 14, 1909 



195 



NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued, 



Name). 



Residence. 



Term, Four Years 
from Date Given, 



McFall, J. S. ... 

McArn, G. C. ... 

McKinnon, Jeanet 
L 

McGraw, W. E. . . 

Mac-key, H. J. ... 

McKenzie, O. P. 

McCrarv, R. L.. . 

McGoogan, W. E. 

McLean, G 

MacDonnell, B. B. 

McDavid, A. E. . . 

McDaniel, R. P... 

McLean, J. L. ... 

McCIure, C. ».... 

McClellan, Mal- 
colm 

McDaniel, Lewis.. 

McPherson, Guy 
C *. 

McClelland, John 
M 

McCormic, W. P. 

Mcintosh, F. G. . . 

McLendon, Robt. 
W 

Mackey. W. C... 

MeQuagge, A. G. . 

McKernon, C. L. . 

McDavid, L. A . . . 

McCaskill, G. E.. 

McCrory, Chas. E. 

McClellan, Geo. 
Wvth 

McLeod, Z. M.... 

McLeod, W. A. 

McHugh, J. P. . . 

McConnick, J. A. 



Tampa 

Bunnell 

Marianna 

Jacksonville 

Pensacola 

Panama City 

Graceville 

Perry 

Conant 

Jacksonville 

Pensacola 

Sarasota ....... 

Argyle 

Pensacola 

Jacksonville 

Jacksonville 

Tallahassee 

Jacksonville 

Eau Gallie 

Gainesville 

Miami 

Pensacola 

Chipley 

Tampa 

Chumuckla 

Brooksville 

Jacksonville 

Jacksonville 

Greenville 

Milton 

Pensacola 

DeFuniak Springs 



December 15, 100!) 
December 16, 1000 



December 21, 
January 13, 
January 28, 
January 28. 
February 11, 
February 21, 
February 21, 
February 25, 
February 26, 
March 12, 
April 6, 

April 11, 



1000 
1910 
1010 
1010 
1010 
1010 
1010 
1010 
1910 
1010 
1010 
1010 



April 

April 

May 



11, 1010 
20, 1910 



.). 



1010 



May 0, 1010 

Mav 10, 1010 

May 10, 1010 

-Time 0,1010 

June 20. 1010 

July 8. 1010 

Julv 12. 1010 

July 18, 1010 

August 6, 1010 
Sept'mber 17, 1910 

Sept'inber 10, 1910 
October 7, 1910 
October 17, 1010 
November 1, 1010 
December 8, 1010 



196 



NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued. 



Name. 



Residence. 



Term, Four Years 
from Date Given. 



McGakagin, W. E 
Sr 

McClellan, W. M. 

McLeod, W. A. 

McRae, L. D. . . 

McKnight, Thos. 
J. /. 

McAnulty, W. A.. 

McMullen, M. A.. 

McAllister, A. R.. 

McNeill, J. P» 

McDonald, Wini- 
fred M 

McMaster, R. J.. 

McLean W C 

McNamara, A. E. 

McKeown, J. B. . . 

McDonald, J. A.. 

McNally, Walter. 

McMahon, Isabel i 
Corinne 

McKinstrv, W. R. 

Mc-Cullum,' C. F.. 

MeCullv. S. J. ... 

McMichael, H. 
Dorsev ........ 

MacDon'ell, E. P.. 

McLeod, D. C... 

McDonald, J. D.. 

McLendon, R. B.. 

McKinstrv, R. L.. 

McDonald, A. E.. 

McLeod, Ethel . . 

McFarland, O. D. 

McCloy, Richard . 

McLaughlin, C. O. 

MeEwen, W. E... 

McCormick, D. G. 

McCall, Jr., T. F. 



Ocklawaha .... 

Pensacola 

DeFnniak Springs 
Chlpley 



Davenport 
Marianna 
Largo . . . 
Pensacola 
Pensacola 



Jacksonville 

Tampa 

Fonce de Leon. . 
Jacksonville .... 

Cypress 

Carvville 

Palatka 



Jacksonville 
Gainesville . 

Tampa 

Berlin 



Tampa 

Fernandina 

Tampa 

Havana . . . 

Miami 

Gainesville . 
Orlando . . . 
Marianna . . 
Meredith . . 

Gay 

Sanf ord 
Wanchnla . 

Edge 

Jacksonville 



December 14, 1910 
December 21, 1910 
January 7, 1911 
January 7. 1911 

January 11, 1911 

January 16, 1911 

January 16, 1911 

January 19, 1911 

January 25, 1911 

January 25, 1911 

February 13, 1911 

March 11, 1911 

April 11. 1011 

April 17, 1911 

Mav 18, 1911 

June 80, 1011 



June 
July 
Julv 
July 

July 

July 

October 

November 

November 

November 

November 

November 

December 

December 

December 

January 

January 

Januarv 



80, 1011 

13. 1011 

14, 1011 
14. 1011 



15, 
15, 
14, 
10, 
11, 
13 
13, 
22 
8,' 
15, 
23, 
12, 
15. 
24, 



1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1912 
1912 
1912 



197 



NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued. 



Name. 



Residence. 



Term, Four Years 
from Date Given. 



McDonald, Mattie 

K 

McLeod, J. A 

McCrary, J. F.. . . 

McLeod, J. C 

McKeown, Geo. P. 
McNeilly, Allen. . 
McQuagg, W. A.. 
McKinnon, Clyde 

W 

McLeod. C. E.... 
McDuffiie, B. F... 
McDowell, M. A.. 
McGrew, John C. . 
McCreadv, A. M.. 
Mcintosh, W. M., 

Jr 

McDonald, T. R... 
McCormick, Jas. 

D 

McKinnon, J. W.. 
Mackenzie. E. S.. 
McLeran, N. M.. . 
McMnllen, M. J.. 
McKinnon, L. L. . 
McCorkle, Tom S. 

Morgan. I 

McClelland Jas. 

K 

McMillan, A. M.. 
McConnell, M. B.. 
McKenna, J. P. 

Alderson 

McDaniel, E. L.. . 
McDevitt, P. J... 
McMullen, J. S.. 
McNeill, A. D.... 
McKinnon, Clyde 

C 



Arcadia . . 
Live Oak 
Graceville 
Ckipley . . 
Cypress .. 
Del ray .. . 
Cbipley . . 



Marianna . 

Dade City 
Tampa 
Greenville . 
Gainesville 
Arcadia .. . 



Tallahassee 
Dadv 



Mayport 

Madison 

Leesburg 

Tampa 

Largo 

Chattahoochee 

Trilby 

Jacksonville .. 

Punta Gorda . 
Pensacola 
Tampa 



Palm Beach , 

Milton 

Pinellas Park 
Center Hill . . 
Jacksonville .. 



February 17. 1012 

February 21, 1912 

March 4, 1912 

March 8, 1912 

March 8. 1912 

March 14, 1912 

April 6, 1912 



Pensacola 



April 

Apri 1 

Mav 

Mav 

May 

May 

May 
May 

May 

June 

lime 

June 

July 

July 

July 

July 



15, 1912 

24, 1912 
9, 1912 
9, 1912 

14, 1912 

14, 1912 

15, 1912 

23. 1912 

28, 1912 

8, 1912 
10, 191:; 
17, 1912 

6, 1912 

9, 1912 
9, 1912 

10, 1912 



July 15, 1912 

July 22, 1912 

August 13, 1912 

August 15, 1912 
August 16, 1912 
August 29, 1912 
Sept'mber 9, 1912 
Sept'mber 18. 1912 

November 15, 1912 



198 



NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued. 



Name. 



McAlpin, Jr., G 

M 

McRae, M. Annie 
McNabb, J. D. 
McK e 1 1 e r, Rou 

mania 

Mac-Alpine, Rod 

erick D 



North, Charles H. 

Null, E. B 

Newenkamp, L. J. 
J 

Nichols. Ida M.. . 

Noble, Carl 

Neuner, Cyrus T.. 

Newborn, Geo. L. 

Nolan, Alonzo C. 

Nelson, Claude E. 

Neel, Raj 

Noszky, is. V. ... 

Nobles, W. Ross . . 

Newell, Chas. H.. 

Nelan, Sadie R.. 

Norris, C. S 

Nichols, A. W. 

Nance, H. C 

Noble, Fred B... 

Nail, Mary A. . . 

Norris, Elmer W. 

Novitzky, Flor- 
ence R 

Nauman. Chas. H. 

Nelson, W. J. ... 

Nanmburg, C. M.. 

Niver, F. J 

Nail. W. H 



Residence. 



Bartow 
Tampa 



N 

Jacksonville 
Jacksonville 



Morriston . . 
Jacksonville 
Jacksonville 
Plant City . 
Branchton . 
Jacksonville 

Ocala 

Westville . . 
Melrose 
Williston . . 

Eustis 

Miami 

Jacksonville 
Jacksonville 
Sarasota . . , 
Jacksonville 

Miami 

Miami 



Jacksonville 
Allenhurt . 
Kisslmmee . 
Jacksonville 
Daytona . . . 
Jacksonville 



Term, Four Years 
from Date Given. 



Sarasota 

St. Petersburg . 
Tampa 



December 10, 1912 
December 10, 1912 
December 14, 1912 

December 20, 1912 

December 20, 1912 



March 24, 1909 
March 25, 1909 



July 

August 

August 

November 

December 

March 

April 

May 

May 

July 

August 

November 

January 

January 

February 

February 

April 

April 



10, 
24, 

30, 
9, 

22 

11, 
6, 

10, 

13, 

8, 

11, 

11, 

19, 

9, 

9, 

1, 

14, 



1909 
1909 
1909 
1909 
1909 
1910 
1910 
1910 
1910 
1910 
1910 
1910 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 



April 19, 1911 

June 12, 1911 

July 8, 1911 

August 2, 1911 

August 19, 1911 

August 19, 1911 



190 



NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued. 



Name. 



Residence. 



Term, Four Years 
from Date Given. 



A. 



Nelson, C. H. ... 

Neel, D. B 

Nicholas, Paul . . 
Niquette, Ray J.. 
Neilson, Louis . . 
Nalle, I. Beverly. 

Neil, E. D '. . 

Neal. CM 

Newton, J. CD... 
Nelson, Clyde E. . 
Nowlin. Robt. E.. 
Norman, Hortense 
Neely, J. M. . . 
Nelson, E. K. . 
Nelson, L. W. 
Newell, F A. 
Nob lit, G. E. 
Nasli, Edward 
Nichols C L. 
Newett A. W. 
Neville, G. W. 
Nichols, W. R. 
Newton, T. M. .. 
Nowotrv, W. W.. 
Nichols, W. M... 



Oerting, N. McK. 
Odom, Chas. C... 

Ohme, P. F 

Gates, E. F 

O'Neil, J. W 

Owen, Fred V. . . . 
O'Neal, S. G., Jr. . 
O'Brien, G. F. .. 
Ogilvie, J. M. 
O'Berrv, J. A., Jr. 
Owen, H. B. 



Delray 

Cypress 

Jacksonville 
Jacksonville 

Tampa 

Jacksonville 

Saunders 

Cobb 

Milton 

Miami ......... 

Arcadia 

Jacksonville .... 
Summer-field 

Tampa 

Peusacola 

New Smyrna . . 
Tarpon Springs . 
Jacksonville .... 
Chipley ........ 

Orlando 

Dunnellon 

Carr 

Telogia 

Tampa 

Carr , 

O 

Pensacola 

Lulu 

Brandon 

Daytona 

Greenwood 

Satsuma Heights 

Marianna 

Seffner 

Callahan 

Tampa 

Pensacola ...... 



October 10, 
November 23, 
December 19, 
I )ecember 27, 
February 23, 
February 23, 



March 

March 

March 

March 

March 

May 

Mav 

May 

June 

June 

June 

June 

July 

August 

August 

October 

October 

October 



4, 
14, 
14. 
IS, 
22, 

1, 
11, 
23, 
10, 
13, 
20, 
25, 
10, 
10, 
20, 
18, 
18, 
19, 



December 14, 



January 6, 
April 9, 

August 10, 
Sept'mber 14, 
December 21, 
January 13, 
February 16, 
March ' 12, 
April 29, 
May 19, 

August 18, 



1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 



1909 
1909 
1909 
1909 
1909 
1910 
1910 
1910 
1910 
1910 
1910 



200 



NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued. 



Name. 


Residence. 


Term, Four Years 
from Date Given. 


Olsen, K. C. Bond- 
rup 


Fort Lauderdale.. 
Orlando 


Sept'mber 13, 
November 4, 
November 5, 
November 11, 
January 16, 
March ' 9, 

April 17, 
June 17, 
July 22, 

August 21, 
Sept'mber 13, 

October 3, 
January 15, 
February 17, 
February 17, 
February 17 
Februarv 17, 
March 6, 
April 6, 
April 10, 
Mav 14. 
July 6, 
Sept'mber 7, 
Sept'mber 24, 
October 18, 
November 14, 
December 10, 

January 8, 
January 8. 
January 11, 
January 29, 
February 6, 


1910 


Oliver, James N. . 
Ormerad, Geo. A. 
O'Neil, Nellie . . . 


1910 
1910 
1910 


Ormond, J. A. . . 
Orr, Christopher. 
Overstreet, Wal- 
ter 


Jacksonville 

Palatka 


1911 
1911 

1911 




1911 


Osborne, H. P. . . . 
O'Steen, L. Ray- 
mond 


Jacksonville 

Jacksonville 

Jacksonville 

Frostproof 

Miami 


1911 
1911 


Oplinger, H. F. 
Oerting, C. Mc- 

Kenzie 

O'Neill, Thos. J.. 
Overocker, W. H.. 
Oak Calvin E 


1911 

11)11 

1912 
1912 
1912 


Olsen, J. M 

Osteen, T. L 


Lake City 

Osteen 


1912 
1912 


Olmsted, Ethel . . 

Ortell, M. A. 

Ohme, Jennv .... 


Pensacola 

T-nuxpa 


1912 
1912 
1912 


Owens, L. L 

O'Doniel, C. F... 
Osborne. J. H. . . 
Ogan Betty O. . . 


Evergreen 

Lakeland 

Miami 


1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 


Olliphant, H. K.. 
O'Neal. Wm. R... 
Odom, E. L 

Payne, W. D 


Bartow 


1912 


Orlando 

Lake Butler ... 

P 

Tura 


1912 
1912 

1909 


Pratt L. L 


Vernon 


1909 


Pattillo, A T. 


Osteen 


1909 


Prvors, S. Francis 
Pedrick, I. S 


Camp Walton . . . 


1909 
1909 



201 



NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued. 







Term, Four Years 


Name. 


Residence 


from Date G 


rIVEN. 


Palmer, G. 0. ... 


Lake Citv 


February 


10, 


1909 


Peeples, H. C. ... 
Philippi, A. M. . . 


Dukes 


February 
March 


13, 


1909 




3, 


1909 


Puller, J. D 


St. Augustine . . . 


March 


10, 


1909 


Powers, W. W. . . 


Milton 


March 


10, 


1909 


Parish, Wyatt S . . 




March 


11, 


1909 


Potter, W. W. ... 


Pensacoia- ....... 


March 


12, 


1909 


Prnett, V. E 


Pensacola 


March 


17, 


1909 


Parker, P. D. ... 


Thelma 


March 
March 


19, 
23, 


1909 


Parrish, D. J. ... 


Baldwin 


1909 


Pratt, Lawton L.. 




March 


23, 


1909 


Parsons, Marie 












Jacksonville 


March 


30, 


1909 


Pearce, J. G 




May 


25, 


1909 


Patterson, G. 












Kev West 


May 


28, 


1909 


Patterson, John . . 




June 


12, 


1909 


Page, A. L 




June 


23, 


1909 


Pugh, W. M 


Waldo 


July 


7, 


1909 


Powell, L, B 


Jacksonville 


Jnlv 


s, 


1909 


Perkins, John B.. 


Concord 


Juh 


10, 


1909 


Pitts, Thomas W. 


Tampa 


July 

August 

August 


13, 
0, 
6, 


1909 


Pinholster, D W. 


Brooker 


1909 


Pollard. Thomas.. 


Jacksonville 


1909 




Ybor Citv 


Sept'inbei 


'20, 


1909 


Pasteur. Thomas 










B 


Ocala 


Sept'mbei 
October 


°T 


1909 


Phelps, Arthur E. 




12, 


1909 


Patten, W. C. ... 


Port Tampa .... 


October 


12, 


1909 


Parker, E 


Ft. Barrancas . . . 


October 


19, 


1909 


Porter, John Thos 


Grand Ridge .... 


October 


23, 


1909 


Pettyjohn, J. W. 


Jacksonville 


Novembei 


o 


1909 


Paddleford, John 










B 


Ellenton 


November 
November 


2 
5,' 


1909 


Preston. E. P. ... 


1909 


Pillans, J. C 


Electra 


November 1 1. 
November 13, 


1909 


Parmely, L. B. 


Milton 


1909 


Peterson, A. S. . . 


Pensacola 


November 


IS, 


1909 


Pierce, J. E 


Jacksonville 


November 


2fi 


1909 



202 



NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued. 







Term, Four Years 


Name. 


Residence. 


from Date Given. 


Patterson, C. V. , . 


White Springs . . 


December 


20, 


100!) 


Phipps, J. M 


Key West 


Januarv 


7, 


1910 


Perkins, John E. . 


Tallahassee 


February 


4. 


1910 


Pappv, D. M. ... 


St. Augustine . . • 


February 


s, 


1910 


Parks, W. T 




February 


10, 


1910 


Porter, W. Irving 


Dade City 


February 


14, 


1910 


Price, A. Francis. 


Dade City 


February 


14, 


1910 


Pittman, Maud . . . 




February 


10. 


1910 


Prather, W. G. . . 


Pensacola 


February 


21, 


1910 


Peabodv, Don . . . 


Snnford 


February 


21. 


1910 


Pledger, C. E. ... 


Ma ri anna 


February 


21, 


1910 


Parker, H. Clay. . 


La Crosse 


March 


5, 


1910 


Pearce, James D . 


Lulu 


March 
March 


5, 
12, 


1910 


Pledger, J. E 


Marianna 


1910 


Prince, S. D. 


Rochelle 


March 


31, 


191« 


Pooser, A. E., Sr. 


Moffit 


April 
April 


0, 
11, 


1910 


Parramore, P. B. 


Jacksonville 


1910 


Peek, 0. L 


Jacksonville 


April 


10, 


1910 


Prim, J. W 


Graceville 


April 


16. 


1910 


Pierce, C. J 


Jacksonville 


April 


19. 


1910 


Purcell, I. L 


Jacksonville 


April 


10, 


1910 


Pleasants, Rich- 










ard L 


Jacksonville 


April 


26, 


1910 


Payne, Lucius L.. 


Orlando 


Mav 


6, 


1910 


Peddie, Jav D. . . 


Hosford 


Mat 


20, 


1910 


Porter, A. C 


Jacksonville 


Mav 


27, 


1910 


Pierce, J. F 


Pensacola 


Mav 


30, 


1910 


Padgett, R. H. . . 


Clearwater 


June 


15, 


19111 


Pepper, Frank J . 
Parrott, K. S. 


Miami 


June 


IS 


1910 


Jacksonville 


June 


27. 


1910 


Parish R. W 


Gaskin 


July 

Julv 
July 


1. 

8, 
14, 


1910 


Pixton, John W.. 


lona 


1910 


Pierce, G. W 


Jacksonville 


1910 


Peek, C. L 


Starke 


August 


6, 


1910 


Page. H. S 




August 


6, 


1910 


Parish; J. T 


Darlimjton 


August 


10, 


1910 


Porter, Julien C. 


Rodman 


Augnst 


16, 


1910 


Parker, Otis R. . . 


Fort Pierce 


Sept'mbei 


7, 


1910 


Perrv, J. R 


Lake Citv 


Sept'mbei 


16. 


1910 



203 



NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued. 



Name. 



Eesidence. 



Term, Four Years 
from Date Given. 



Persons. E. G. . . . 
Parmenter, W. E. 
Peeler, Chas. B. . . 
Parnell, J. B. ... 

Price, E. R 

Padgett. Martin. . 
Pinnell, W. P. . . . 
Pendleton, Kent.. 
Philip, John W.. 
Powell, Cola A. . . 
Pratt. Pierre d'A. 

Pilcher, J. E 

Pfeiffer, Rohert . . 
Prewitte, Julian.. 
Pinney, Samuel C. 
Phillips, Fred D.. 
Pierce, Cleveland 

R 

Price, W. C 

Pinnell, Lou Bec- 

ca 

Perkins, J. W.... 
Palmer, H. W . . 
Palmer, W. M. . . 
Pinnell, E. A. . 
Phillips, J. Craig 

Perrv, M. „ 

Powell, J. Q. . 

Parish, M. J 

Pickett, F. C 

Parnell, T. J. ... 
Pelot, John J... . 
Prevatt, A. B. 
Payne, Clifford A. 
Palmer, Alice M.. 
Prisk, Laura B.. . 

Poole, M. E 

Paxou, Edward 

H 



Fort White . . . 
Orange Park . . 
Jacksonville .. . 
White Springs 
Jacksonville .. . 

Argyle 

BronsTm 

Tampa 

Sarasota 

Jacksonville . . . 
Winter Garden 

Bascom 

Jacksonville .. . 
Jacksonville .. . 

Pensacola 

Branford 



Miami . . . 
Maria una 



Jacksonville .. 

DeLand 

Bradentown . 

Ocala 

Br on son 

Tampa 

Bartow 

Campbellton . 
Ponce de Leon 
Carrabelle . . . 
Live Oak 
Bradentown . . 

Seville 

Jacksonville .. 

Orlando 

Zephyrhills . . 
Jacksonville .. 



October 

October 

October 

October 

October 

October 

October 

October 

November 

November 

November 

November 

December 

December 

December 

January 

Januari 

January 

January 

February 

February 

February 

February 

February 

February 

February 

February 

March 

March 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 



7, 

7. 
10, 
12, 
20, 
20, 
22, 
26, 

4, 
19, 
19, 
23, 

7, 
13, 
13, 

6, 



27, 

9, 
9, 
13, 
13, 
15, 
16, 
27, 
27, 
11. 
16, 

7, 
7, 
10, 
14, 
15, 
27, 



1010 
1910 
1910 
1910 
1910 
1910 
1910 
1910 
1910 
1910 
1910 
1910 
1910 
1910 
1910 
1911 



11. 1911 
25, 1911 



1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 



Jacksonville Mav 



2, 1911 



204 



NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued. 



Name. 



Eesidence. 



Term, Four Years 
from Date Given. 



Perrin, Rowena A. 
Patterson, Clias. 

W 

Palmer, Thomas 

M 

Perkins, H. T.... 

Porter, B. L 

Peaden, Jr., W. E. 
Powell, K. K.. .. 
Perkins, T. E. ... 
Pickett, W. H. 
Patiskall, Homer 

H 

Pabor, E. A 

Paterson, Robert 

J 

Phillips, Paul G.. 

Potter, A. J 

Partridge, G. R... 
Pegram, J. H. ... 
Patterson, John 

H 

Paxon, Chas. F. . . 
Pnrdv, C. H. ... 

Phifer, H. L 

Pedrick, W. R.... 
Phillips, W. I.... 
Peebles, Jr., J. L. . 
Pi Hans, Chas. P. 

Pope, F. W 

Phillips, J. P.... 
Pomar, Theo. V. . 
Pelot, John W. . . 
Pitts, Goodyear. . 
Patten, Edward . . 

Peeples, J. H 

Price, C. H 

Peace, H. C 



Tampa 

Tampa 

Jacksonville 

Jacksonville* 

Grand Ridge 

Corbett 

Jennings 

Tallahassee 

Apalachicola 

Geneva 

Jacksonville 

Madison 

Miami 

Vernon 

Jacksonville 

Orange Heights. 

Muscogee 

Jacksonville 

Jacksonville 

Gainesville 

Ocala 

Jacksonville 

Jacksonville 

Terrell 

Davtona 

Ocala 

St. Augustine . . . 
Jacksonville .... 

Tampa 

Ellenton 

Crewsville 

Keuka 

Green Cove Sprgs 



May 

May 

June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
July 

Julv 
Julv 



10, 1911 
13, 1911 

5, 1911 
13, 1911 
17, 1911 
22, 1911 
24, 1911 
26, 1911 

8, 1911 



13, 1911 
11, 1911 



August 8, 1911 

August 9, 1911 

August 10, 1911 

August 19, 1911 

August 19, 1911 



August 22, 

August 21, 

August 29, 

Sept'mber 12, 

Sept'mber 15, 

October 3, 

October 

October 

October 

October 

October 

October 

October 

October 

October 

October 

October 



5, 

9, 

9, 

9, 

9, 

9, 

11, 

21, 

24, 

27, 

27, 



19JL 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 



205 



NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued. 



Name. 



Eesidence. 



Term, Four Years 
from Date Given. 



Patterson, Sam- 
uel W. 

Price, Mitchell D. 

Price, Chas. Mon- 
roe 

Parramore, G. B.. 

Peiper, D. E 

Patterson, Mary J. 

Pope, Jr., J. W... 

Pichard, E. H. . . . 

Pashlev, Fred K. . 

Pierce,' W. Walter 

Pfieffer, G. C. ... 

Parker, H. C. ... 

Powers, Frank J. 

Pierce, M. B 

Price, E. L 

Penney, A. D. ... 

Poole,' E. C. 

Pearce, J. A 

Porter, J. Clayton 

Pattishall, D. F... 

Palmes, O. E 

Padgett, W. E. . . 

Patten, Frank E. 

Powell; Annie . . . 

Polk, James D. . . 

Perkins, R. P 

Pack, Mary . 

Pridgen, H. R. 

Parker, Wm. H.. 

Peterson, B. C. . . 

Prevatt, W. B. 

Peeler, James M. . 

Permenter, J. G. . 

Pattison, R. W... 

Petersen, Delia . . 

Parker, I. T 



Tampa 

Miami 

Brooksville 

Eureka 

Fort Lauderdale 

Gainesville 

Jacksonville .. . . 

V 7 ellborn 

Jacksonville .... 

Tarapa 

Pensacola 

Bonifay 

New Smyrna . . . 

Graceville 

Gainesville 

Fort Pierce .... 

Live Oak 

Plant Citv 

Millville 

DeLand 

Apalachicola 

Tampa 

S. Jacksonville. . 
Fort Myers .... 

Mayo 

Crescent Citv . . . 

Starke 

Homestead 

Parkers 

Zolfo 

Jacksonville .... 
Jacksonville .... 
Jacksonville .... 
Jacksonville .... 

Zolfo 

Dania 



November 10. 1911 
November 11, 1911 



November 13, 
November 17, 
November 22. 
November 22, 
December 7, 
December 8, 
December 11, 
December 11, 
December 23, 
January 8, 
January 17, 
January 10, 
February 17. 
Februarv 17, 
March 14, 
March 
April 



April 

April 

April 

May 

May 

June 

June 

June 

June 

June 

June 

June 

June 

Julv 

Julv 

Julv 

July 



14, 

6, 
15, 

15, 

15, 

3, 

14, 

8, 



8, 
10, 

11, 

25, 

27, 

6, 

6, 

0, 

15, 



ion 
ion 
ion 
ion 
ion 
ion 
ion 
ion 
ion 

1012 
1012 
1012 
1012 
1012 
1012 
1012 
1012 
1012 
1012 
1012 
1012 
1012 
1012 
1012 
1012 
1012 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 



200 



NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued. 



Name. 



Eesidence. 



Term, Four Years 
prom Date Given. 



W. 



R. 



Pennington, 

W. 

Pitman, S. D. . 
Piatt, P. E. 
Padgett, T. J. 
Porter, James 
Piatt, W. M... 
Potts, D. B. 
Pearson, E. C. 
Pavne, Samuel 
Pollard, H. E. 
Potter, W. H.. 
Parfitt, D. W. 
Patton, J. W. 
Phillips, F. T. 



Quina, Jos. F. . . . 
Quade, Albert G.. 
Quick, C. W. ... 
Quarterman,W. S. 
Quackenbos, Hen- 
ry F 

Qninan, W. J. . 



Reif, Max 

Rowland, E. L. . . 

Russell, B. E 

Roesch, Alex C. . . 
Ray, Alexander. . 
Roberts, James R. 
Roquemore, J. L. 
Ross, Jenie B. . . . 
Register, Ivv 
Reynolds, Geo. W. 
Ravmond, John . . 



Ockloeknee 

Tampa 

Arcadia .. . . 
Marianna . . 
Zona 
Arcadia 
Kissimmee . 
Alachua . . . 

Tampa 

Tampa 

Bushnell . . . 
Jacksonville 
Gainesville . 
Miami 



Pensacola .. 
Jacksonville 
Candler . . . 
Tallahassee 

Enterprise . 
Lakeland . . 



R 

Fort Meade 
Jacksonville 
Jacksonville 
Bradentown 
Jacksonville 
Winfield ... 
Lakeland . . 
Eustis ..... 
Plant City . 
Key West . 
Dade City . 



July 

August 

August 

August 

Sept'mber 

Sept'mber 

Sept'mber 

Sept'mber 

October 

October 

October 

October 

November 

December 



20, 

9, 
10, 
12, 

6, 

6. 

9. 
16, 

9, 
10, 
11, 
26, 
19, 
24, 



1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 



June 16, 1909 

April 26, 1910 

June 14, 1910 

August 31, 1910 

July 13, 1911 

Sept'mber 4, 1911 



January 11. 
January 21, 
January 21, 
February 5, 
February 6. 
February 6, 
February 6, 
February 
February 
February 
March 



1909 
1909 
1909 
1909 
1909 
1909 
1909 
1909 
1909 
1900 
1909 



207 



NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued. 



Name. 



Residence. 



Term, Four Years 
from Date Given. 



Ruge, Geo. H. . . . 
Ruge, John G. . . . 

Rvan, A 

Register, W. F... 
Ramsev Maynard 

H. 

Raney, Geo. P. Jr. 

Reese. Syd L 

Rogers, S. H. ... 
Rilev, Marguerite 

L. /. 

Radford, Ida F.. . 
Rogers, Edgar E. 
Roberts. C. A. ... 
Raulerson, L. A.. 
Register, Don . . . 

Rowe, L. H 

Reynolds, E. M.. . 
Raddiffe, K. B... 
Riera, Joseph V . . 
Randall, P. T.... 
Reames, W. Percy 
Ray, Thos. M., Jr. 
Richmond, S. H. . 

Rose, W. L 

Robinson, M. F. . . 
Reinhardt, Fred 

C 

Rhvne, Eugene . . 
Rainsau, D. W... 

Roberts, J. S 

Roth, Joe 

Rickards, Henry . 
Register, J. E. . . 
Rawls, Walter . . 
Register, John M . 

Ross, K. R 

Robinson, Mary 

Louise 



Apalachicola . . . 
Apalachicola . . . 

Maccleuny 

O'Brien 

Jacksonville 

Tampa 

Live Oak 

Tampa 

Jacksonville 
Jacksonville 

Raleigh 

Chattahoochee . . 
Jacksonville 
Fort Myers .... 

Mandarin 

Geneva, Ala. . . . 

Pensacola 

Pensacola 

Connor 

West Fort Meade 

Rockwell 

Miami 

Tampa 

Samford 

Wade 

Marianna 

Palatka 

Pensacola 

Peusacola 

Bellview 

Jasper 

Marianna 

Jacksonville 
Hernando 

Pensacola 



March 
March 
March 
April 

April 
April 
May 
Mav 



5 

10 

9 

9 
13 

8 
13 



15 

28 
28 
11 
12 
15 
7 
7 
10 
17 
10 
27 



May 

May 

May 

June 

June 

June 

July 

July 

July 

July 

August 

August 

Sept'mber 11 

Sept'mber 10 

Sept'mber 11 

Sept'mber 11 

Sept'mber 13 
Sept'mber 15 
Sept'mber 23 
October 9 
October 
October 
October 
October 
November 15 
December 11 



9 
.12 
20 
22 



1909 
1909 
1909 
1909 

1909 
1909 
1909 
1909 

1909 
1909 
1909 
1909 
1909 
1909 
1909 
1909 
1909 
1909 
1909 
1909 
1909 
1909 
1909 
1909 

1909 
1909 
1909 
1909 
1909 
1909 
1909 
1909 
1909 
1909 



December 14, 1909 



208 



NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued. 



Name. 



Eesidbnce. 



Term, Four Years 
from Date Given. 



Robinson, Erin. .. 
Robinson, E m- 

mett E 

Robinson, O. B.. . 
Ramsey,George J . 
Root, Enoch .... 

Reese, J. B 

Rivers, A. P. .... 
Ranlerson, J. Ed. 
Riehbonrg, J. F. . 
Rivers, J. M. .... 
Richbourg, J. A.. 
Robinson, Jnlien 

C 

Roper, R. B. F. . . 
Roberts. W. I. . . . 
Robinson, H. P. . . 
Ramsey, W. D... 
Russell, O. G.... 

Ralls, B. F 

Rorabeck, R. C.. . 
Rolleston, Frank 

A. 

Richards, Will T. 

Pitch, J. H 

Ray, S. V 

Roth, Benedict . . 
Roberts, W. C. . . . 
Ricketson, J. E.. . 
Rosenberger, E.D. 
Roberson, L. E. . . 
Rickards, T. M., 

Jr 

Raulerson, L. M. . 
Register, Percy E. 
Rogers, John R. . 
Rehfield, Pauline 
Roberts, Thomp 



Pensacola 



son C. 



Ocala 

Lake Como 
Apalachicola 

Palm Beach 

Tarpon Springs. . 
Lake Citv . . ^ . . . 

Lily ... .' 

Laurel Hill 

Gainesville 

Crestview 

Ocala 

New Smyrna 

Raiford 

Gainesville 

Noma 

Alachua . , 

St. Cloud 

Jacksonville 

St. Augustine . . . 

Bradentown 

Starke 

Tampa 

St. Leo 

Pensacola 

Pensacola 

Micanopy 

Live Oak 

West Palm Beach 

Tantie 

Jacksonville 

Conner 

Pensacola 

St. Cloud 



December 14, 1909 



December 15. 
December 15, 
December 16, 
December 21, 
January 7, 
January 8, 
February 15, 
February 16, 
February 19, 
February 21, 

February 21, 
February 21, 
February 21, 
Februarv 21, 
March 18, 
March 21, 
April 11, 

May 5, 



May 

June 

June 

June 

July 

July 

October 

October 

October 



1909 
1909 
1909 
1909 
1910 
1910 
1910 
1910 
1910 
1910 

1910 
1910 
1!)10 
1910 
1910 
1910 
1910 
1910 



12, 1910 
10, 1910 
10, 1910 
15, 1910 

8, 1910 
14 1910 

6, 1910 
14, 1910 
21, 1910 



October 2!), 1910 
November 4. 1910 
November 5, 1910 
November 15, 1910 
November 23, 1910 

December 3, 1910 



209 



NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued. 



Name. 



Eesidence. 



Term, Four Years 
from Date Given. 



Ross, Alex S 

Randall, Lewis E. 

Rood, E. B 

Roddenbery, Ruth 
Register, A. E... 
Robertson, M. W. 
Rowlett, W. M... 
Robinson, Grover 

C 

Rogers, D. E 

Roberts, Belle . . . 
Raulerson, R. M. 
Robinson, M. E. . . 

Reid, J. H 

Richardson, O. V. 
Rendleinan, Chas. 

A 

Royals, S. J 

Roberts, Chas. L. 
Robertson, J. E.. 
Rnstin, R. F. 

Riddle, C. E 

Reager, F. A. 
Reardon, John Z. 
Rose. Robert . . . 
Russell, A. S. . . 
Ross, Geo. E. . . 
Rashard, Chas. L. 
Rivers, CO. 
Roland, A. M. . 
Rowe, R. H. 
Bobbins, Rufns 

McLellan 

Root, H. H 

Roberts. Ernest P. 
Richardson, H. . . 

Rowe, M. G 

Rogers, E. G 

Riley. Frank W. 



Jacksonville 
Odessa .... 
Bradentown 
Jacksonville 
Youngs town 

Tampa 

Palmetto . . 



Milton 

Mary Esther 

Milton 

Salem 

Tampa 

Jasper 

Avcock .... 



Jacksonville 
Darlington . 
Key West . . 
Jacksonville 
Manatee . . . 
Jacksonville 
Pensacola ,. 
Jacksonville 
( )assia ..... 
Jacksonville 
Jacksonville 
Jacksonville 
Lake City . 
Lake City . 
Madison . . . 



Titusville . . 
Plant City . 
Key West . . 
DeLand 
DeLand 
Jacksonville 
Pensacola .. 



December 7, 1010 
December 20, 1910 
January 7, 1911 
January 19, 1911 
February 9, 1911 
February 15, 1911 
February 15, 1911 

February 27, 1911 

February 27, 1911 

February 27^ 1911 

March 9, 1911 

March 17, 1911 

March 17, 1911 

March 17, 1911 



April 

April 

April 

May 

Mav 

May 

June 

June 

June 

June 

June 

July 

July 

Julv 

July 

July 

July 

August 

August 

August 

August 

August 



10, 1911 

11, 1911 
17, 1911 
11, 1911 
31, 1911 
31, 1911 

5, 1911 

8, 1911 

13, 1911 
17, 1911 
24. 1911 

8, 1911 

8, 1911 

8, 1911 

8, 1911 

14, 1911 
22, 1911 

7, 1911 

10, 1911 

19, 1911 

19, 1911 

26, 1911 



13— S. S. 



210 



NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued. 







Term, Four Years 


Name. 


Residence. 


from Date Given. 


Rood, E. A 


Largo 


Sept'mber 14 
Sept'inber 21 


1911 


Rees, F. L 


Live Oak 


1911 


Rogers, CM. ... 


Davtona 


October 9, 


1911 


Reneke, F. A.... 


Jacksonville .... 


October 24, 


1911 


Raulerson, David 








B 


Lake Citv 

Jacksonville 


October 25, 
November 10, 


1911 


Richard, R. L. .. 


1911 


Robinson, F. L. . . 


Blountstown .... 


November 10, 


1911 


Rhodes, Samuel 








T 


Vereeu 


November 11, 
November 11, 
November 17, 


1911 


Railev, L R 


Miami 


1911 


Rosjerson, McE. 


Bellisle 


1911 


Rowell, Thomas 






J 


Jacksonville 


November 27, 


1911 


Reader. Wm T. . . 


Pensacola 


December 11. 


1911 


Ralston, R. W.. . 


Miami 


December 12, 


1911 


Reynolds, Martin 






L 


Ocala 


December 12, 
December 15, 


1911 


Register. Chas. H. 


Lake Butler .... 


1911 


Rorabeck, E. M. . . 


Jacksonville 


December 15, 


1911 


Rowell, J. C 


Stuart 


December 19, 


1911 


Ramsey, F. M.. . . 


Micanopv 


December 20, 


1911 


Roberts, W. N. . . 




December 22, 


1911 


Robinson, E. E. . . 


Pensacola .... 


December 2.*!, 


1911 


Robbins, J a m e s 








w 


Zephyr-hills 

Palatka 


January 


1912 


Ross, E. P 


January 6, 
January 6, 


1912 


Reaves, 0. K 


Bradentown 


1912 


Rich, G. W 




January 8, 


1912 


Rumph, C. S. . . . 


Alachua 


Januarv 9, 


1912 


Rid^elv, Vincent 








N 


St. Petersburg . . . 
Jacksonville .... 


January 19 


1912 


Rivers, F. W. ... 


Februarv 23, 


1912 


Redwine, W. B. . . 


Citrus Center . . . 


Februarv 26, 


1912 


Rowell, B. D. ... 


Berry Dale 


March 5, 


1912 


Richards, John R. 


Blountstown .... 


March 14, 


1912 


Register, T. J. . . . 


p]sto 


March 14, 
March 18, 


1912 


Roland, S. J 




1912 


Radcliffe, A. E... 


Pensacola 


March 22, 


1912 



211 



NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued, 



Name. 



Residence. 



■Term, Four Years 
from Date Given. 



Robinson, Frank 
N 

Randolph, Vallie 
J 

Register, J. S. 

Rogers, F. C 

Reeve, Guy W... 

Riley, Bartholo- 
mew A 

Rodgers, David 
O 

Richardson, Bet- 

ty A 

Revnolds, Frank 

H , 

Robinson, Robert. 

Russ, W. F 

Riles, Patrick A.. 
Rehbinder, L. M.. 
Robinson, Phil 
Reynolds, J. W.. . 
Reina, Antonio.. . 
Roquemore, J. P. 
Rodgers, Minnie . . 
Richter, G. W. . . . 
Richards, W. C... 
Redding, W. A.. . 

Riddle, R, O 

Roffe, Sada 

Rankin, Allet J.. 
Richards, E. V... 
Reese. Leila C. . . . 
Reillv, John A... 
Randell, R. W.. .. 
Rozier, Thos. C. . . 

Richard, A. M 

Robeson, Hugh A. 

Roe, C. A. . . 

Rathe. J. H 



St. Petersburg 

Tallahassee . . 

Elfers 

Berry dale 
Pensacola 

Key West 

Lakeland 

Marianna .... 

Cottondale 

Mulat 

Norum 

Middleburg . . 

Geneva 

Ocala 

Jacksonville .. 

Tampa 

Lakeland 

Kissimmee 

Miami 

Anna Maria . 
Jacksonville 
Jacksonville .. . 
Tallahassee . . . 

Tampa 

Lynn Haven . . 

Pensacola 

Ormond 

Live Oak 

Pensacola 
Jacksonville .. . 
Fort Meade 
Punta Gorda . . 
Jacksonville .. . 



April 

March 
April 
April 
April 

May 

May 

May 

Mav 

May 

June 

June 

June 

June 

June 

July 

July 

July 

July 

July 

July 

July 

August 

August 

August 

August 

Sept'mber 

Sept'mber 

Sept'mber 

Sept'mber 

October 

October 

October 



3, 191; 



30 
10 
10 
17 



16 

17 

20 
24 
8 
11 
13 
13 

20 

•_> 

G 

9 

9 

9 

19 

23 

7 

f> 

Hi 

12 

7 

7 

21 

24 

4 

l) 

!l 



1912 
1912 
1912 

1!)12 

1912 

1912 

1912 

1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 



212 



NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued. 



Name. 


Residence. 


Term. Four Years 
from Date Given. 


Root, C. B 

Roe, H 


Plant City 


October 11, 
October IS, 
October 22, 
November 6, 
November 13, 
November 19, 
December 5, 
December 10, 
December 10, 
December 11, 
December 11, 
December 11, 

December 23, 
December 21. 


1912 
1912 


Robison, Manly B. 
Russell, F. L.\ . . 

Rowe, A. L 

Robinson, A. L.. 

Rich, S. K 

Recio, C. Nestor. 
Rowland, E. B... 
Reams, R. C. ... 


Jacksonville 

West Lake 

Live Oak 

Key West 

St. Petersburg . . 
Ebb 


1912 
1912 
11)12 
1912 
1912 
1912 
191? 
1912 


Robinson, W. G.. 
Ray, Berry F. . . . 

Rollins, Susve 
Belle 


St. Petersburg . . 
Chiplev 


1912 
1912 

1912 


Kendall, M. M. H. 


Pensacola 

S 

Dade Citv 

Lake Citv 

Fernandina 

Jacksonville 

Jacksonville 

Jacksonville 

Perrv 

Bradentown 

Perrv 


1912 


Stnrkie, Robert B. 

Small, A. B 

Stays, J. H 

Slaughter, James 
E. 


January S, 
January 11, 
January 11. 

January 13, 

January 21, 
January 23, 
February 5, 
February 5, 
February G, 
February 10, 

February 10, 

February 11, 
February 13, 
February 15, 
February IS, 
March 5, 
March 5, 


1909 

190!) 
1909 

1909 


Scarborough, M. 

M.. Jr. 

Stevens, John M. . 
Sellars, Robert 0. 
Stancliff, H. C... 
Smith, M. L 


1909 

190!) 
1909 
190!) 
1909 


Sinclair, Robert. . 


Ocala 


1909 


Saltmarsh, Thos. 
W 


Pensacola 

Mariaima ....... 

Fairfield 

Punta Gorda .... 
Jasper 


1909 


Stephens, Jeffer- 
son D 

Smith, Edgar S.. 
Spence. Howard J. 
Sausbv, H J. ... 


190!) 
1909 
1909 
1909 


Strickland, L. M. 


Godwin 


1909 


Sellers. L. J. ... 


Pasco 


1909 









213 



NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued, 



Name. 



Residence. 



Term, Four Years 
from Date Given. 



Shuler, Thomas E. 
Stewart, Arthur 

T 

Smith, F. C 

Stokes, G. H. . . . 

Spencer, C. E 

Smith, Annie . . . 
Stewart, Isaac A. 
Stanley, Albert D. 
Simmons, V. P. . . 
Sapp, Henry .... 
Stokes, E. M. ... 
Sweatt, A. W. . . . 
Stallings, Otto P 
Storrs, R. W. ... 

Shealy, J. N 

Stevens, I. L. B.. . 
Smith, J. Gilmore 
Simmons, C. W. 
Simpson, George 

E. 

Straiighn, N. O. . . 
Skipper, Glenn B. 

Stuart, E. C 

Soule, Julien .... 
Stanaland, Lyda. 
Scofield, George 

W 

Stephens, Jas. H. 
Sheehy, G. A. ... 
Stokes, Henry D. 
Salsburv, Louis . . 
Shine, D. S., Jr.. 
Shine, Walter N. 
Smith, Robert L.. 
Sapp, Mathew . . . 
Swatts, H. L. ... 
Smith, Lucian W. 
Seymour, R. H.. . 



Bristol 



Milton 

rmatilla 

Milliard 

Dade City 

Quincy 

DeLand 

Freeport 

Frostproof 

Mulberry 

Roselana 

Noma 

Tampa 

i >eFuniak Springs 

Rocheile 

Jacksonville 

Jacksonville .. . 
Sullivan 



Ybor City . 
Portland . . 
Bartow . . . 
Bartow . . . 
Tampa .... 
Tallahassee 



Inverness 

Jacksonville .... 

Tampa 

Ocala 

Port Tampa City. 

Jacksonville 

Jacksonville 

Daytona 

Salem 

Lakeland 

Tampa 

Miami 



March II), 1909 



March 

March 

March 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

May 

May 

Mav 

Mav 

May 

June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
July 

July 

July 

July 

July 

Julv 

July 

July 

August 

August 

August 

August 

August 



10, 1909 

11, 1909 
17, 1909 

9, 190!) 

9, 1909 

9, 1909 

9, 1909 

13, 1909 

13, 1909 

13, 1909 

13, 190!) 

11, 1909 

5, 1909 
10, 1009 

12, 190!) 
24, 1909 
24, 1909 

7, 1909 
9, 1909 

12, 1909 

15, 1909 

28, 1909 

8, 1909 

8, 1909 

14, 1909 

15, 1909 

16, 190!) 
1G, 1909 
20, 1909 
20, 1909 

6, 1909 

7, 190!) 
7, 1909 

10, 1909 

11. 1909 



214 



NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued. 



Name. 



Eesidence. 



Term, Four Years 
prom Date Given. 



Sumner, D. H.. 
Skinner, Francis 

S 

Smith, Columbus 

B 

Snell, H. W 

Sessions, C. S. 

Smith, O. B 

Starbuck. L. G.. . 
Smith, Frank L.. 
Sanders, James T. 
Stillman, R. E.. . . 
Stephens, T. A. . . 
Skinner, L. B. . . . 
Stevens. J. A. ... 

Smith, V. P 

Sample, J. W. . . . 

Sales, J. C 

Snow, W. Wallace 

Scott, E. H 

Shaylor, J. D. . . . 
Smith, Florida A. 

Solana, A. J 

Shiver, Wade H.. 
Shrivalle, R. D. . . 

Scott. C. E 

Singletarv, Irvin 

S . . . . . , 

Seals, W. G 

Sistrunk, G. W.. 
Stewart, Chas. H. 
Stephens. John K, 
Strickland, C. L.. 
Sowell, Clarence. 

Stone, N. B 

Saville, H. O. ... 
Summers, J. C. . . 
Simpson. Kather- 

ine B 



Tampa 
Hogan 



Madison 

Winter Haven . . 

Dellwood 

J asper 

Orlando 

Zolfo 

Miami 

Jacksonville 

Charlotte Harbor 

Dunedin 

Jacksonville 

Micanopy 

Bartow 

Ybor City >t 

St. Augustine . . . 

Lemon City 

Jacksonville 

Jacksonville 

St. Augustine . . . 

Alton 

Aycock 

Compass Lake . . . 



Fort Myers . 
Hampton . . . 

Genoa 

Melbourne . . 
Worthington 

Bonifay 

West Lake . . 
Wewahitchka 
Gull Point . . 
Columbia . . . 



Palma Sola 



August 16, 1909 
Sept'mber 2, 1909 



Sept'mber 4, 
Seot'mber 9, 
Sept'mber 16, 
Sept'mber 16, 
October 12, 
October 13, 
October 15, 
November 5, 
November 5, 
November 9. 
November 9, 
November 11, 
December 15, 
December 15, 
January 12, 
January 
January 
January 
Februarv 5. 
February 14, 
February 14. 
February 10, 

February 16, 
February 16, 
February 19, 
February 21, 
February 21, 
February 2,1, 
February 21, 
Februarv 21, 
March ' 12, 
March 14, 



13, 

14, 
27. 



1909 
1909 
1909 
1909 
1909 
1909 
1909 
1909 
190!) 
1909 
1909 
1909 
1909 
1909 
1910 
1910 
1910 
1910 
1910 
1910 
1910 
1910 

1910 
1910 
1910 
1910 
1910 
1910 
1910 
1910 
1910 
1910 



March 15, 1910 



215 



NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued. 



Name. 



Residence. 



Term, Four Years 
from Date Given. 



Stephens, C. A. . . 
Squires, J. W. . . . 
Sandford, S. S. . . 
Simpson, R. B. . . 
Smith, Elisha P.. 
Stephens, G. M... 
Swain, Chas. S. . . 
Sherrill, J. W.... 

Sawrie, F. G 

Saffold, S. S 

Smith, A. M 

Skipper, J. E. ... 
Sparkman, Ruby 

D 

Stephenson, R. W. 
Smith, Jos. N.. . . 
Slaughter, CM.. 
Sherrer, W. H. . . 
Smith, James A.. 

Smith, P. E 

Sweet, Charles W. 

Smith, L. J 

Sipprell, G. L.. . . 
Sims, B. F., Jr.. . 
Stevens, Walker B 
Smith, Hugh W.. 
Sheehv, M. C. ... 

Stone, T. H 

Story, S. L 

Sanchez, H. P. . . . 
Sullivan, W. W... 
Skipper, Cheslie A 
Sullivan, W. E... 
Sharit, W. G. 
Snvder, Harry L. 

Shine, W. E 

Scott, E. G 

Straub, W. L. 
Small, C. C 



Jasper 

St. Cloud 

Jasper 

Pensacola .... 

Jasper 

Jennings 

Jacksonville .. 

Tampa 

Tampa 

Boyett 

Tampa 

Noles 

Waldo 

Tampa 

White Springs 
Jacksonville .. 

Chipley 

Ybor City .... 
Tallahassee . . 
Morriston .... 

Wannee 

Florahome . . . 
Grand Ridge . 
Jacksonville .. 

Bartow 

Ocala 

Indian Pass . 

Eustis 

Apalachicola . 
Alachua 

Zolfo 

DeLand 

Apalachicola . 

Tampa 

Orlando 

Maxville 

St. Petersburg 
Lake City . . . 



March 

March 

March 

March 

March 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

May 

May 

May 

May 

May ' 

Mav 

Mav 

May 

June 

June 

June 

June 

July 

July 

August 

August 

August 

August 

August 

August 

August 

August 



IS 

18 

18 

22 

30 

6 

8 

S 

8 

11 

12 

13 

16 

19 

19 

26 

5 

5 

5 

6 

12 

19 

19 

26 

14 

14 

17 

22 

18 

20 

6 

6 

6 

6 

8 

8 

9 

9 



1910 
1910 
1910 
1910 
1910 
1910 
1910 
1910 
1910 
1910 
1910 
1910 

1910 
1910 
1910 
1910 
1910 
1910 
1910 
1910 
1910 
1910 
1910 
1910 
1910 
1910 
1910 
1910 
1910 
1910 
1910 
1910 
1910 
1910 
1910 
1910 
1910 
1910 



216 



NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued. 



Name. 


Residence. 


Term, Four Years 
from Date Given. 


Smith, Jos. F. . . . 
Swain, G. M. 


Jacksonville 

Bunnell 


August 10, 
August S54, 
Septniber 16 
October 17, 
October 17, 

October 20, 
October 25, 
Noyember 4 
November 10 
November 10, 
November 10, 
November 10, 
November 11, 
November 11, 
December 2, 
December 14, 
December 17, 
December 29, 

January 3, 
January 7, 
January 11, 
January 12, 
January 25, 
February <>, 
February 13, 
February 13, 
February 15, 

February 15, 
February 15, 
February 15, 
February 10, 
February 22, 
February 27, 
March 11. 
March 11, 
March 13. 


1910 
1910 


Stevens, C. W. . . 


Tampa 


1910 


Saxon, J. F 

Smith, J. D 

Shomaker, J. R., 

Sims. John M 

Smith, S. S 

Smith, W. P 

Skipper, E. E. . . . 
Simmons, T. C. . . 


Pensacola 

Cottondale 

Alliance 

Jennings 

Zephyrhills 

Bartow 


1910 
1910 

1910 
1910 
1910 
1910 
1910 


Perry 


1910 


Summers, A. E.. . 
Smith, Glen G.. . 


High Springs . . . 
Tampa 


1910 
1910 


Snider, Maud . . . 
Stewart, H. H. 
Spratt, W. P. . . . 
Stapleton, Violet. 


Cot tondale 

Argvle 

Jacksonville 

Miami 


1910 
1910 
1910 
1910 


Shaw, C H 


Zuber 


1910 


Sawyer, Aubrey 
G.' '. 


Jacksonville 

Ocala 


1911 


Stapp, E. L 

Stinson, W. Ide.. 

Sams, H. H 

Schumaker, J. F. 
Sams, Murry .... 
Stewart, Oscar A. 

Scriber, S. J 

Sample, Lee H. . . 

Stansfleld, Har- 

vev 


1911 


DeFuniak Springs 
New Smyrna .... 

Jacksonville 

DeLand 


1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 


Titusville 

St. Cloud ....... 

Haines City .... 

Wauchula 

West Palm Beacli 
Palatka 


1911 
1911 

1911 

1911 


Sheen, Franklin.. 
Strunz Henry . . . 


1911 
1911 


Selman, J. B. ... 
Scarlett, R. F. ... 


Limestone .... 
Chiplev 


1911 
1911 


Simmons, 0. 0.. . 


Botts 


1911 


Swindle, T. L 


Vernon 


1911 


Shoemaker, L. H.. 
Sasnett, R. M.... 


Jacksonville 

Jacksonville 


1911 
1911 



217 



NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued. 



Name. 



Residence. 



Term, Four Years 
prom Date GiVen, 



Swift, M. T. . . 
Stanton, S. F. 
Stanley, W. O.. 
Still, J. H. ... 
Seymoure,. R. J. 
Stamps, P. A. . 
Snedeker. G. S. 
Starke, T. R... 
Stroud, A. B. . 
Simmons, J. H. 
Slmfelt, J. E. . 
Savelle, Bessie E. 
Smith, Isabel F.. 
Sandler, Harry N. 
Simmons,Jokn W. 
Sargent, A. Win- 

throp 

Stephens, A. C. . . 
Solomon, Marv E. 
Sexton, O. G. . . . 
Studstill, J. M... 
Strickland, M. R. 

Stone, H. G 

Smith, M. C 

Stokes, John P.. . 
Stewart, Geo. T.. 
Smith, Geo. W.. . 
Stewart. ( !yrus O. 
Shafi'ner, W. M... 
Strickland. M. O.. 

Sapp, W. D 

Steckert, Wm. R. 
Sedding, Geo. H. 

P. . 

Semple, E. M. ... 
Speer, Laura B... 
Stafford, Minnye. 
Seewald, Oscar.. . 
Stebbins, J. F.. .. 



Miami 

Bluff Sprnigs . 

Bartow 

Bagdad 

Bluff Springe . 
Hawthorne .... 

Malabar 

Bowling Green. 

Nocatee 

Largo 

S. Boca Grande 
Jacksonville .. . 

Tampa 

Tampa 

Tampa ... . 

Avon Park . . . 

Jennings 

Jacksonville . . . 

Tampa 

Cedar Key .... 
Greensboro .... 
Winter Haven 

Marianna 

Pensacola 

Billiard 

Jacksonville .. . 
Fort Myers . . . 

Daytona 

Sopckoppy .... 
Jacksonville .. . 
Gainesville .... 

Jacksonville .. . 
Key West .... 

Sanford 

Bradentown . . . 
Jacksonville .. . 
Zephyrhills . . . 



March 
March 
March 
March 
March 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
May 
Mas- 
May 

May 

June 

June 

June 

June 

June 

June 

June 

June 

June 

June 

July 

July 

Julv 

Jul'v 

July 

August 
August 
August 
August 
August 
August 



13 
13 
15 
17 
25 
7 
10 
10 
14 
14 
17 
19 
5 
6 
11 

11 
5 
8 
12 
12 
12 
12 
17 
17 
22 
26 
8 
13 
17 
26 
26 

2 
7 
If) 
19 
22 
23 



1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 

1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1011 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 

1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 



218 



NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued. 



Name. 



Residence. 



Sasnett, H. N. . . . 
Sumner, R. H. . . . 
Sperrv, Marcus E. 
Smith, Willis E.. 
Steen, Jr., A. M.. 
Smith, Paul C. . . 
Stockton, Win. T. 
Simmons, Lona. . . 
Skipper, E. P. . . . 

Smith, F. Y 

Shine, Sr., D. S.. 
Schirp, Henrv N. 
Starratt, I. H.... 
Stewart, Mary. . . 
Straton, Chas. E. 

Stott, Geo 

Sutton, L. L 

Stallings, Geo. B. 

Swain, R. A 

Stvles, Win. H. 

H. 

Smith, Wm. P... 

Sapp, J. M 

Snow, L. A 

Sandlin, J. R. . . . 

Stone, F. P 

Scarborough, J. 

C 

Smith, Elizabeth 

E 

Slater, J. H 

Sealev, H. C 

Sheffield, J. S.... 
Stanley, James H. 
Shields, Jr. V. W. 
Smith, A. V. S... 
Shackleford, T. M. 
Sihelnik, Joseph. . 
Sims, Thos. J. . . . 



Jacksonville .. 
St. Petersburg 

Terrell 

Winter Haven 

Palatka 

Crescent City 
Jacksonville .. 
Marianna . . . . 

Noles 

Alachua 

Jacksonville .. 

Tampa 

Jacksonville .. . 

DeLand 

Jacksonville .. . 
Jacksonville .. . 

Bushnell 

Jacksonville .. . 
Anthony 



Jacksonville . 

Miami 

Chipley 

Ocala 

Punta Gorda 
Sneads 



Quincv 



Term, Four Years 
from Date Given. 



August 

August 

Sept'mber 

Sept'mber 

Sept'mber 

Sept'mber 

Sept'mber 

Sept'mber 

Sept'mber 

October 

October 

October 

October 

October 

October 

October 

October 

October 

October 



26, 
29, 
9, 
12, 
12, 
12, 
20 
20, 
20, 

9 



5, 
5, 
5, 
9, 
9, 
9, 
10, 



1911 
1911 
191] 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 



October 24, 1911 
November 1, 1911 
November 13, 1911 
November 16, 1911 
November 16. 1911 
November 22, 1911 

November 27, 1911 



Jacksonville December 7, 1911 

St. Augustine . . . December 8, 1911 

Alachua December 8, 1911 

Perry December 11. 1911 

Jacksonville December 12, 1911 

Jacksonville December 12, 1911 

Jacksonville December 12, 1911 

Tampa December 15, 1911 

Farmdale January 2, 1912 

Downing Januarv 8, 1912 



!19 



NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued. 







Term. Four Years 


Name. 


Residence. 


from Date Given. 


Stanford, Harry 










M 


Tampa . 


January 


s, 


1912 


Stanford, Jas. I.. 


Greer 


January 
January 


12, 
15, 


1912 


Sebastian, G. D... 




1912 


Sellers, Roy V... 




January 


15, 


1912 


Strong, Geo. W.. 


Carvville 


January 


15, 


1912 


Shomaker, J. C. . 


Cottondale 


January 


15, 


1912 


Stanton. Rhett G. 


Bluff Springs . . . 


January 


16, 


1912 


Sargent, M. W... 


Kissimmee 


February 


17, 


1912 


Scales, J. H 


Perrv 


February 
February 


17, 

17, 


1912 


Springer, J. H. . . 


Davtona Beach.. . 


1912 


Shuler, Jacob F.. 




February 


17. 


1912 


Simmons, J. W. . . 


Orlando 


February 


17, 


1012 


Smith, S. G 


Lula 


February 
February 


17, 

21, 


1912 


Standish, E. R.. . 


Boca Grande . . . 


1912 


Sange, Daisv . . • 


Pensacola 


February 


21, 


1912 




Randolph 


February 


21, 


1912 


Sellers, M 


White Springs . . 


February 


17, 


1912 


Shuler, Rossie . .. 


Bristol 


February 
March 


17, 

5, 


1912 


Stout, Harry B.. 


Jacksonville 


1912 


Sale, J. C. 


Bronson 


March 


8, 


1912 


Stringer. Fred L. 




March 


8, 


1912 


Slaughter, W. H.. 


Shady Grove .... 


March 


14, 


1912 


St. John, J. T 


Eustis 


March 
March 


11, 
11, 


1912 


Smith, Mary J.. . 


Orlando 


1912 


Searcy, Jno. N. . . 


Longwood 


March 


14, 


1912 


Sheridan, Thos. J. 


Clearwater 


March 


14, 


1912 


Stovall, Geo. P.. 


St. Petersburg . . 


March 


18, 


1912 


Stewart, Robt. L. 


Cocoanut Grove. . 


March 


18, 


1912 


Stevens, L. E. . . . 


Fulford 


March 


18, 


1912 


Strom e, E. Byron 


Jacksonville 


March 


18, 


1912 


Stevens, C. B.... 


Fort Lauderdale. 


March 


27, 


1912 


Stewart, H. de G. 


Live Oak 


April 


6, 


1912 


Stokes, L. M 


Lake Butler .... 


April 


6, 


1912 


Sauls, J. T 


Lanjo 


April 


10, 


1912 


Stokes, H. K 


Mohawk 


April 


10, 


1912 


Shelfer, W. E. ... 


Quincv 


April 


10 


1912 


Shippey, J. A. B. 


Fovt Lauderdale. 


April 


10. 


1912 


Shultz, G. R 


Punta Rassa .... 


April 


10, 


1912 



220 



NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued. 



Name. 


Residence. 


Term, Four \ 
prom Date G 


'ears 

IVEN. 


Stephens, 
Sullivan, 


Frank . 
Jr., Jer 


S. Jacksonville . . 

Pensacola 

Jacksonville 

St. Petersburg . . 

Fruitland 

Tan? pa 


April 

April 

May 

May 

May 

May 

May 

May 

Mav 

May 

May 

May 


10, 

24, 
3, 
3, 

5, 
11, 
H, 
14, 

11, 
15, 
16, 

18, 


1912 
1919! 


Stephens, Jno. T. 
Schuilmg, A. R.. 
Scott, Marcus . . 

Smith, H. B 

Saunders, J. R.. . 
Sharpe, J. R. ... 

Stuart, 0. L 

Sibthorpe, Geo. . . 
Smith, Louis B. . . 
Siegel, F. H 


1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 


Bradentown 

Stemper 

Miami .... 


1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 


Sawyer, 

Claire 

Sessions 


Francis 

C. T. . . . 

E. W.. 
\. T. S.. 

T 

.A. ... 
A.. H. 
John L. 

D. F.... 

F. H... 
o. B.... 

Walter 


Jacksonville 

Oviedo 


June 10, 
June 10, 
June 17, 
June 17, 
Julv 9, 
Julv 15, 
July 15, 
July 15, 
August 8, 
August 10, 
August 12, 

August 12, 
August 13, 
August 20, 
August 2!», 

August 29, 
Sept'mber 9, 
Sept'mber 12 
Sept'mber 12 
Sept'mber 14, 
Sept'mber 16, 
Sept'mber 18, 
Sept'mber 24. 


1912 
1912 


Stapleton 
Sowell, Ji 
Smith. G. 
Stroud L 


Zephyrhills 

Pine Barren .... 
Winter Garden . . 


1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 


Stewart, . 
Stevens, 


Melbourne 

Waldo 


1912 
1912 


Stanfill, ] 
Stoddard, 


Blountstown .... 
Valrico 


1912 
1912 


Stelle, G€ 


Tampa 


1912 


Sheppard 



Tampa 


191? 


Smith, C. 
Simmons, 


B 

H. C... 
vrtow H. 
igh, M. 

m, J. W. 
Ira .... 
W. R... 

L 

arold F. 

E. C... 

L. E... 


1912 
1912 


Smith, Bs 


Tamna 


1912 


Scarboioi 
M., Jr. 
Sappingtc 
Sanborn, 
Sebring. 
Smith,' C. 
Smith, H 
Schwaiz, 
St John, 


Jacksonville 

Jacksonville 

Carrabelle 

Jacksonville 

Punta Gorda 

Jacksonville 

Miami 


1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
191? 









221 



NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued. 



Name. 



Residence. 



Term, Four Years 
from Date Given. 



t tepliens, Wm. M. 

Semple, M 

Sperrin-g, J. W. . . 

Smith, T. L 

Smith, Rupert . . 

Smith, R. H 

Steen, Bert L. . . 
Stephens, G. A.. . 
Stephens, A. R.. . 
Sheffield, T. J... 
Satchwell, Jessie. 
Schrader. D. D... 
Stronp. F. A. ... 
Summers, Samuel 
Suliivan, Frank... 
Swearingen, John 

J 

Stanford, Geo. C. 
Seovill, Gertrude 

A 

Smith, N. D 

Stout, R. P 

Sanders, Annie . . 
Smith, Cora Z. . . 
Sanford. W. D.. . 
Stanford, Oscai 

T 

Scott, Roseoe F.. 



Taylor, Robert R, 
Towles, J. M. 
Thompson, Chas, 

S. 

Turner, Charles F 
Tanner, G. M. . . 
Tanner, N. B. 



Trenton 

Molino 

Umatilla 

Daytona 

Arcadia 

McDavid ......... 

West Palm Beach 

Jacksonville 

Tampa 

Montbrook 

St. James City . . . 

LaBelle 

Kissimmee 

Lake City 

Tampa 

Bartow 

Pensacola 

St. Petersburg . . 

Tampa 

Pensacola 

Lakeland 

Martel 

Cocoanut Grove. . 

Bradentown 

Bradentown 

T 

Miami 

Orawfordville . . . 

Miami 

DeFuniak Springs 

Baldwin 

Sydney 



10 
12 
IS 

22 
22 
25 



October 
October 
October 
October 
October 
October 
October 
October 
November 14 
November 14 
November 14 
November 10 
December 5 
December 6 
1 >ecember 1 

December 10 
I )ecember 10 

December 1 
December 14 
December 14 
December 14 
December 20 
December 20 

December 20 
December 28 



1912 
1012 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 

1912 
1912 

1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 

1912 
1912 



January 6, 1909 
January 13, 1909 



March 
April 
April 
April 



16, 1909 
9, 1909 
9, 1909 

13, 1909 



NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued. 



Name. 



Residence. 



Term, Four Years 
from Date Given. 



Thornton, Lewis 
E 

Thompson, Law- 
rence 

Touart, M. A., Jr 

Tucker, W. H. ... 

Tenney, Frank F. 

Turner, K. R. ... 

Trammell, Joseph 
D. 

Tarance, R. N. . . . 

Thompson, J. E.. 

Trainmell,John D. 

Taylor, Albert A. 

Tillis, B. W 

Thomas, J. R. ... 

Tavlor, Thomas P. 

Thrasher, D. O.. . 

Tucker. J. A. .... 

Trask, E. B 

Tucker, L. L 

Thompson, Lau- 
rence BL 

Thralls, Joseph L. 

Tucker, Eppes, Jr. 

Taylor, Charles D. 

Tyner, J. A 

Tremain, Ross C. . 

Thomason, A. F. . 

Thomas, R. H.... 

Tower, T. B 

Terrell, C h a s. 
Mills 

Terrell, Glenn . . . 

Taylor, E. H 

Thatcher, F. J... 

Thompson, W. H. 

Thames, George 
W 



Fivay 

Daytona 

Pensacola 

Newberry 

Federal Point . 
Rochelle 

Muscogee 

DeFuniak Spring* 

Greenland 

Blountstown . . . 

Cocoa 

Waldo 

York 

Taylor 

Dade Citv 

Ocala 

Plant City 

Tarpon Springs. 

Daytona 

Haines City . . . 

Bartow 

Jacksonville .... 

Red Level 

Mt. Dora 

St. Petersburg . . 
St. Petersburg . . 
Dutton ....... 

Miami 

Webster 

Tampa 

Pensacoia 

Jacksonville .... 

Jacksonville .... 



April 

April 

May 

May 

May 

May 

May 

June 

June 

July 

Julv 

July 

July 

August 

August 

August 

August 



13, 1909 



l: 



10 
12 

13 

9 

12 

7 

12 

13 

20 

6 

7 

7 

10 



Sept'mber 8, 

Sept'mber 11, 
Sept'mber 13, 
Sept'mber 13, 
Sept'mber 20, 
October 9, 
October 12, 
October 12, 
November 9, 
November 11, 



1909 
1909 
1909 
1909 
1909 

1909 
1909 
1909 
1909 
1909 
1909 
1909 
1909 
1909 
1909 
1909 
1909 

1909 
1909 
1909 
1909 
1909 
1909 
1909 
1909 
1909 



November 2G, 1909 
December 11. 1909 
December 24, 190?) 
January 10, 1910 
January H, 1910 

January 28, 1910 



223 



NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued, 



Name. 



Eesidence. 



Term, Four Years 
from Date Given. 



Thomas, Lew R. 
Tucker, Elizabeth 
Townsend, N. S. 
Tiller, O. B. ... 
Terrell, James D 
Taylor, B. F.. Jr 
Terry, Hugh Hul 

sey 

Tatiim, B. B. 

Tate, J. C 

Taylor, Flossie R. 
Tinnin, Thomas 

D.. Jr 

Torrey, J. G 

Thompson, C. 

Fred 

Tuten, D. B 

Turkette, Wm. A. 
Thomason, Daisy. 

Tolar, H. E 

T h r owe r, Law 

rence L 

Tilden, Wilber L 

Tipton, F. M 

Trammell, 0. M. 
Trembly, V. H.. . 
Twittv, Paul E... 

Tison, G. f 

Turner, A. G. 

Tatum, J. H 

Thomason, John 

W. 

Twilley, Benj. F.. 
Thompson, Frank 

H 

Taylor, Alex .... 

Tucker, R. S 

True. J. L 

Taunton. W. H... 



Tampa 

Miami 

Jacksonville 
Tampa 



Gainesville . 
Jacksonville 



Tampa .... 
DeLand . . . 
Citronelle . 
Tallahassee 
Sanfbrd . . 



Tampa 

Orlando 
Grand Ridge 
Lakeland . . . 
Jacksonville 
Jacksonville 
Broward 

Tampa 

Miami 



Greensboro 
Hawks Park 

Bartow 
Jacksonville 

•Judson 

Orange City 
Freeport 



Leno February 14, 1910 

Lakeland February 16, 1910 

Bruce February 21, 1910 

Clarksville March " 12, 1910 

Sanderson March 15, 1910 

Tampa April 11, 1910 



April 
April 
April 
May 

June 
July 



11, 1910 

14, 1910 
29, 1910 
16, 1910 

15, 1910 
5, 1910 



July 8, 1910 

August 6, 1910 
September 9, 1910 
Sept'mber 20, 1910 
October 7, 1910 



December 

December 

December 

December 

January 

Januarv 

January 

January 

January 



7, 1910 

13 1910 

17, 1910 

31, 1910 

3, 1911 

3, 1911 

7, 1911 

12, 1911 

.16, 1911 



February 13, 1911 

February 13, 1911 

February 15, 1911 

February 15. 1911 

February 27, 1911 

March 11, 1911 

March 11, 1911 



224 



NOTARIES PUBLIC— Contin tied. 



Name. 



Thomas, Henry R 
Thomas, Roma . . 

Tatum, S. M 

Turnipseed, E. A 
Thomson, Lewis 

G 

Topp. Wm H. . . . 
Tucker, B. E. ... 
Tobler, Paul C... 
Thomson, James . 
Taylor, Ina L. . . . 
Tucker, W. A.... 

Taylor, J. F 

Taggart, R. F. . . . 
Thomas, John M. 

Taylor, H. H 

Tyre, D. L. 

Trammell, TV. W. 
Tyler, Clarence 

W 

Talton, Wm. G... 
Thomas, A. C. ... 
Tompkins, W. P.. 

Tripp, J. A 

Trotman, J. M.. . 
Tuinbull, R. R... 
Thompson, Wm.. . 
Trnesdell, M. C. . . 
Thomas, Lovick 

H 

Thompson, Alon- 

zo G 

Trimble, Bobt. C. 

Tavlor, C. B 

Titeomb, F. J. . . . 
Taylor, Russell T. 
Taylor, W. R. . . . 
Tendell, A. S. . . . 
Tarrer, J. S 



Residence. 



Jacksonville ..... 
Kissimmee ...... 

Miami 

Dunnellon 

Fernandina 

Celery City 

Jacksonville 

Tampa 

Orlando 

Jacksonville 

Tampa 

Seffner 

St. Petersburg . . 

Quintette 

Key West 

Lulu 

Pensacola 

Green Cove Spgs. 

Orlando 

S. Jacksonville . . 

Lochloosa 

Jacksonville 

DeFuniak Springs 

Monticello 

Lake Citv 

Gay . . . 

Rodman 

Jacksonville 

Bradentown 

Jennings 

Dunnellon 

Lula 

Pensacola 

Graceville 

Manatee 



Term, Four Years 
from Date Given. 



March 
March 
March 
March 

March 

April 

April 

April 

May 

May 

June 

July 

July 

July 

August 

August 

August 



11, 1911 
13, 1011 
15, 1911 
17, 1911 



15, 
10, 
23, 
17, 
14, 
15, 
26, 



10, 



August 
August 
August 
October 
October 
October 
November 1, 
November 10, 
November 25, 



19, 
29, 
31, 

o 

% 

9, 



19] l 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 

1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 



December 19, 1911 

January 8, 1912 
January 9, 1912 
January 24. 1912 
February 17, 1915 
February 17, 1912 
February 21, 1912 
March 4, 1912 

March 14, 1912 



225 



NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued. 



Name. 



Residence. 



Term, Four Years 
from Date Given. 



Tillett, Geo. E... 

Taylor, H. H. . . . 

Thornton, Leon- 
ard S 

Tiller, Mason . . . 

Turner, R. O. ... 

Tilton, C. A 

Tulles, Ohas. G. 
J 

Thomas, Jesse . . . 

Tiller, W. L 

Thames, Elmo . . 

Teachey, A. Yan- 
cy 

Townsend. Clyde. 

Thompson, N. P.. 

Tnrnley, S. Gary. 

Trimmer, Wm. H. 

Thomas, E. T.. . . 

Tucker, W. H. ... 

Turner, J. H. ... 

Thompson, A. H.. 

Turner, James E. 

Tyndall, E. C. B.. 

Tremain, Louis R. 

Tidwell, James H. 

Thorington, Frank 
J 

Taller, J. H 

Teasley, C. E. 

Taylor, Thomas P. 

Tarver, Byrd G. . 

Tavlor. Frank . . 



Upchurch, D. D.. 
Fsina, Leonard A 
Fdemann, R. B. . . 



Interlachen . . . 
Fort Pierce . . . 

Orlando 

Kissimmee .... 

Arcadia 

Bradentown . . . 

Dunnellon .... 
Panama City . 

Wausau 

Jacksonville .. . 

Arcadia 

Deerland 

Sharpes 

Fort Meade . . . 

Molino 

Jacksonville .. . 
Bradentown .. . 

Havana 

Miami 

1 )ade City 

West Palm Beach 
Mount Dora . . 
Malone 

Jacksonville . .. 

Miami 

Oakland 

Taylor 

Jacksonville .. . 
.Jacksonville .. . 

U 



Jacksonville .. 
St. Augustine 
Jacksonville .. 



March 
March 

April 
April 
April 
April 

April 
Mav 
May 
Mav 



II, 1012 
18, 1912 

6, 1912 

6, 1912 

10, 1912 

10, 1012 

26, 1012 
1, 1012 
9, 1912 

28. 1912 



June 
June 
July 
July 

JulV 
July 
August 
Sept'mber 6, 
Sept'mber 12, 
October 11, 
October 11. 
October 18, 
November 15, 



8, 
5, 
6, 
15, 
30, 
0, 



1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 



December 0, 1912 
December 10. 1012 
December 11, 1012 
December 20, 1912 
December 28. 1912 
December:!!, 1912 



Februarv 3, 1900 
April 13, 1000 

April 6, 1010 



14— S. S. 



226 



NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued. 



Name. 



Residence. 



Term, Four Years 
from Date Given. 



Ulmer, Alfred C. 
Usher, W. J. ... 



Venable, C. F. ... 
Valdes, M. E. ... 
Vaughan, 0. B. . . 
Verdier, Alex .... 
Vogt, Edwin M.. . 

Vann, E. J 

Vanlandingham, 

W. L. 

Vrooman, C. H. . . 
VansAgnew, E. G. 

Vann, A. L 

Van Cleef, Elmer 

S 

Voyle, A. E 

Van Brunt. Kate 

M 

Verri, Joe P 

Vensel, Francis 

M 

VansAgnew, P. A 

Vorus, D. C 

Vidal, Vincent J 
Vanlandingham, 

S P 
Vann, J. R. ... 
Varlie, J. J. ... 
Venning, Ellen 
Vidal, A. L. . . . 



Weldon, Harry 
Willson, J. M., Jr. 
Wells, E. B. .. 



Jacksonville 
Tampa 

V 

Center Hill . 
Ybor City •• 

Red Bay 

Fernandina . 

Herndon 

Madison 

Quincy 

Coronado . . . 
Kissimmee . . 
Madison 

Glenwood . . . 
Gainesville . 

Beachton, Ga 
Tampa 

Hilliard .... 
Kissimmee . . 
Jacksonville 
Pensacola .. . 

Miami 

Capitola 
Centralia . . . 

Tampa 

Gainesville .. 

W 

Ehren 

Kissimmee • ■ 
Jacksonville 



October 11, 1910 
November 1, 1911 



Sept'mber 10, 1909 
October 12, 1909 
November 9, 1909 
Februarvll, 1910 
April * 27, 1910 
May 5, 1910 

Sept'mber 20, 1910 
October 10, 1910 
December 14, 1910 
February 9, 1911 

February 13, 1911 
February 16, 1911 



March 
June 



13, 1911 
12, 1911 



June 21, 1911 

August 19, 1911 

October 5, 1911 

Odober 24, 1911 

February 17, 1912 

March 8, 1912 

May 18, 1912 

August 22, 1912 

October 4, 1912 



Januarv 13, 1909 
January 15, 1909 
Januarv 27, 1909 



227 



NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued. 



Name. 



Residence. 



Teem, Four Years 
from Date Given. 



Wilks, Duncan . . 

West, B. F 

Willis, John R.. 

Whitner, B. F. Jr. 

Williams, R. A.. . 

Wall, Chas. F.... 

Webster, I. E.... 

Whitaker, J. T... 

Watkins, J. D.... 

Wotitzky, Edward 

Wetherington, M. 
W 

Waterman, J e- 
rome A 

Whitaker, E. V. . . 

Wilder, F. Badger 

Webber, Freder- 
ick W 

Williams, J. W... 

Wilkerson, J. E.. 

Walker, J. Whit- 
field 

Walton, Arthur T. 

Wilson, Stephen 
A 

Warren, G. B. 

Waff, R. Lee ... . 

Way, S. Y 

Ward, E. D 

Wolfe, R. L 

Wainwright, J. E. 
J 

Whelpley, A. B... 

Wood, S. A 

White, W. R. ... 

Woodward, D. M. 

Wall, John P.... 

Wilder, M. B. ... 

Wright, S. B., Jr. 



Ponce de Leon . . . 

Avon Park 

Bronson 

Sanford 

Hernando 

Wall Springs . . . 

Gainesville 

Graceville 

Micanopy 

Pnnta Gorda 

Jasper 

Tampa 

Tampa 

Tampa 

Oak 

Graceville 

Glendale 

Jacksonville 

Orlando 

Brooksville 

Lukens 

Lake Helen 

Orlando 

Marianna 

Glen St. Mary... 

Starke 

Brooksville 

DeLand 

Mulberry 

Tampa 

Putnam Hall 

Lake City 

DeLand 



February 
February 
February 
February 
February 
February 11, 
February 11, 
February 13, 
February 13, 
February 15, 



1909 
1909 
1909 
1909 
1909 
1909 
1909 
1909 
1909 
1909 



February 18, 1909 

March 5, 1909 

March 5, 1909 

March 6, 1909 

March 10, 1909 

March 16, 1909 

March 25, 1909 



April 
April 

April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
May 

May 

May 

May 

May 

May 

June 

June 

June 



8, 1909 

9, 1909 

13, 1909 

13, 1909 

13, 1909 

13, 1909 

21, 1909 

5, 1909 

5, 1909 

7, 1909 

12, 1909 

13, 1909 
18, 1909 

7, 1909 

12, 1909 

12, 1909 



228 



NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued, 



Name. 



Residence. 



Term, Four Years 
prom Date Given. 



Webb, E. B 

Wartmann, R. K. . 

Walker, R. T. .. 

Webster, H. D... 

Watkins, G. T... 

Woodworth, W. P. 

Warrington, Wal- 
ter C. 

Williams, J. G.. . 

Walker, H. S 

Williams,Jolin W. 

Wilson, Chas. G.. 

Walden, John C 

Westlake,J. Willis 

Woods, Charles R. 

Williams, E. T... 

Weathersbee, Jas. 

Woodard, Isaac M. 

Wiggins, Gadson. 

Wright, Silas B.. 

Wiggs, Paul R. . . 

Ware, G. G 

Wilson,Edward F. 

Wells, G. B 

Wilson, Geo. W.. 

Weeks, O. M. D.. 

Wartman, H. A.. 

Wingate, Wm. L. 

White, W. W.. 

Wise, Grace Bar- 
ry 

Wilsion, B. C... 

Williams, M. D... 

Walker, M. J.... 

Wells, Joel R.... 

Wallace, H. H... 

Wilson, Milton D. 

Willard, A. S.... 

Ward, John L. . . 



Orlando 

Citra 

Cedar Keys 

Tampa 

Jacksonville 

Veteran 

Jacksonville 

White House . . . 
New Smyrna . . . 

Seabreeze 

Jacksonville 

DeFuniak Springs 

Lake Helen 

Gainesville 

Ocala .. . . ; 

Call 

Bushnell 

Green Cove Sprgs 

DeLand 

Jacksonville 

Leesburg 

Manatee 

Plant City 

Jacksonville 

Hampton 

Citra 

Fort Meade 

Compass Lake . . 

Jacksonville '. 

Bartow 

Live Oak 

Miami 

Panama City . . . 

Jacksonville 

Bartow 

Palatka 

Marianna 



June 
July 
Julv 
July 
Julv 
Julv 



12 

7 
10 
12 
12 
15 



20 
24 

6 
6 



7 
12 
12 
24 



July 
July 
August 
August 
August 
August 
August 
August 
August 
Sept'mber 8 
Sept'mber 
Sept'mber 
September 1 1 
Sept'mber 13 
Sept'mber 15 
Sept'mber 14 
Sept'mber 20 
Sept'mber 28 
Sept'mber 28 
October 9 
October 12 
October 23 

November 5 
November 5 
November 
November 13 
November 13 
December 7 
December 14 
December 1 5 
December 30 



1000 
1900 
1909 
1909 
1909 
1909 

1909 
1909 
1909 
1909 
1909 
1900 
1909 
1909 
1900 
1909 
1900 
1900 
100!) 
1000 
1009 
190!) 
1000 
1909 
1909 
100!) 
1909 
1900 

1009 
1000 
100!) 
1000 
100!) 
190!) 
1909 
190!) 
1900 



229 



NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued, 



Name. 



Residence. 



Term, Four Years 
prom Date Given. 



Williamson, F. C. 

Wordehoff, H. B. : 

Wyman, Laura . . 

Wilson, M. O 

Williams, Robert 
L. 

Waite, L. M 

Williams, J. A. . . 

Walker, Jesse W. 

Waddell, J. B.... 

Wilson, G. B 

Webb, F. J 

Wilder, Richard P 

Wolfram, Walter 
J 

Wood, R. M. ... 

Wells, Leslie W.. 

Widdicombe, A. L. 

Wells, W. O 

Wilson, D. Hale. 

Wilson, E. W.... 

Williams, M. C.. . 

Weaver, W. L. . . 

Wright, W. W... 

Warren, L. F. . . . 

Wakefield, F. B.. 

White, Bvron E.. 

Walsh, D. H 

Ward, A.J 

Wilson, A. F. . . . 

Witherington. H. 
H 

Wiley, Jos. L. . . . 

Westgaard, Mar- 
garet 

Webb, G. P 

Whipp, C. Leslie. 

Wilson, C. S 

Waters, F. S 



Woodville .. 
Plant City . 
Bradentown 
Pensacola . . 



December 31, 1909 

January S. 1910 

January S, 1910 

January lo, 1910 



Tampa 

Pensacola .... 
Graceville .. 
Aucilla 
Pensacola .. 
LaCrosse . . 
Titusville . . 
Cantonment 



Enstis . 

White Springs 

Pensacola 

La Belle 

Alford 

Pensacola 

Ebro 

Jacksonville .. . 

Perry 

Orlando 

West Fort Meade 
Apalachicola . . 

St. Cloud 

Morriston 

Bruce 

Bartow 

Apopka 

Fessenden .... 

Miami 

Dunnellon .... 
Jacksonville .. . 
Jacksonville .. . 
Walton 



January 

February 

February 

February 

February 

February 

February 

Februarv 



2(1. 1910 

2. 1910 

2, 1910 

7, 1910 

7. 1910 

9, 1910 

U. 1910 

14, 1910 



February 19, 
February 19, 

February 21, 
February 21, 
March 



March 

March 

March 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

May 

May 

May 
May 

May 

June 

July 

July 

Julv 



22 
22 
2L 
21, 
11, 
11, 
10, 
10, 
10, 
10, 

o, 

9, 



1910 
1910 
1910 
1910 
1910 
1910 
1910 
1910 
1910 
1910 
1910 
1910 
1910 
1910 
1910 
1910 



17, 1910 

19, 1910 

28, 1910 

15, 1910 

5, 1910 

12, 19.10 

13, 1910 



230 



NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued. 







Term, Four Years 


Name. 


Residence. 


from Date Given. 


Wilson, Thomas E. 




July 15, 1910 


Weeks J. S., Jr.. 


Tucker 


Julv 18 
Julv 18 


1910 


Wilson, W. E..., 


Pensacola 


1910 


Walker, J. 


Pensacola 


July 25 


1910 


Welles, Benj. F.. 
Whitcomb, H. R.. 


Arcadia 


August 1 


1910 


Tangerine 


August 8 


1910 


Wilson, C. M., Jr. 


Pensacola 


August 9, 


1910 


Wilson, M. E.... 


Pensacola 


August 12, 


1910 


Williamson. J. W 


Jacksonville 


August 16, 


1910 


Weeks. G. M 


Miami 


August 26, 


1910 


Williams, J.K.,Jr. 


Jensen . .. 


August 31, 


1910 


Whitfield, G. T... 


Tallahassee 


Sept'mber 5 


, 1910 


AYhite, H. B 


Pensacola 


Sept'mber 7 


, 1910 


Waller, 0. W. ... 


Palmetto 


Sept'mber 9 


, 1910 


Williams. Ollie. .. 




Sept'mber 13 


, 1910 


Willis, B. F 


Tallahassee 


Sept'mber 21 


, 1910 


Williams, P. J 


Pensacola 


October 5, 


1910 


Warner, E. L. ... 


Jacksonville 


October 6, 


1910 


Wilkinson, M. L. . 


Pensacola 


October 6, 


1910 


Walter, J. S 


Tarpon Springs. . 


October 10. 


1910 


Williams, H. M.. 




October 12, 


1910 


White, Guv W... 


Espanola 


October 1 7, 


1910 




Tampa 


November 5 
November 11 
November 11 


1910 


Weeks, R A 


Starke 


1910 


Wallace, J. M... 


Port Tampa City. 


1910 


Wright, Frank B. 


DeLand 


November 11 
November 15 


1910 


Wilson, Clyde E.. 


Pensacola 


1910 


Wvatt, H. F 


Bradentown .... 


November 15 


1910 


Wadsworth, J. W. 


Madison 


November 19 


1910 


Watson, James C. 


Pensacola 


November 19 


1910 


Williams, T. L.. . 


Williston 


December 9, 


1910 


Westervelt, V. H. 


Jacksonville 


December 14, 


1910 


Weicking, C. W.. 


St. Petersburg . . 


December 17, 


1910 


Wright, A. 


Jacksonville .. 


December 21, 


1910 


Winn, E. L 


Jacksonville .... 


December 29, 


1910 


Ward, T. J 


Westville 


January 3, 


1911 


Ward, John G... 


Pensacola 


January 7, 


1911 


Williams, B. J.. . . 




January 16, 


1911 


Wakefield, W. T.. 




January 19, 


1911 



231 



NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued. 



Name. 



Residence. 



Term, Four Years 
from Date Given. 



Whilden, G. W. . . 

White, C. F 

Wheeler, James 
A 

Williams, T. Ty 
rie 

Walton, Judge V. 

Williams, Chas. B. 

Walton, J. 8 

Ward, J. W 

Warren, C. R. . . . 

W a 1 k e r, Geo. 
Keith 

Wilson, W\ H. . . 

WatroiiSj J. S.. . 

Whitney, Helen 
G. 

Warner, E. F. . . . 

Wilson, Henry H. 

Ward, E. Deas . . 

Wilson, Frederick 
R 

Wingood, Augus- 
tus S 

Wintersgill, Les- 
ter M 

Walker. H. S.... 

Wood, J. E 

Worlev, John N.. 

Wright, Geo. H.. 

Wagnon, W. M. . . 

Whitnell, H. W\. 

Wander, Chas. F. 
B 

Wilder, H. H.... 

Walley, Robert H. 

W T hite, Frank L.. 

Woodward, Row- 
land 



Newberry 

St. Augustine . . 

Davenport 

Jacksonville .... 

Palatka 

Knights Key . . . 

Pine Barren 

Wilmarth 

Blountstown . . . 
Fort Meade .... 

Lake City 

Key West 

Jacksonville 

Omega 

Jacksonville . . . ... 

Jacksonville 

Brooksville 

Manatee 

Gulfport 

Jacksonville 

Live Oak 

St. Augustine . . 

Bartow . . . 

Tampa ......... 

Madison 

Largo 

Knights 

Fort Lauderdale 
Jacksonville 

Jacksonville 



January 25, 1911 
February 7, 1911 

February 7, 1911 



February 9, 
February 13, 
February 13, 
February 16, 
February 27, 
February 28, 



1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 



March 9, 1911 

March 9, 1911 

March 9, 1911 



March 
March 
March 
March 

April 

April 

April 

A pril 

May 

May 

M ay 

May 

May 

• 

May 
May 
May 
June 

June 



13, 1911 

15, 1911 

15, 1911 
25, 1911 

7, 1911 

7, 1911 

17, 1MI 

25, 1911 

4, 1911 

4, 1911 

5, 1911 

6, 1911 
13, 1911 

13, 1911 

13, 1911 

16, 1911 
5, 1911 

8. 1911 



232 



NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued. 



Name. 



Residence. 



Term, Four Years 
from Date Given. 



Wilder, A. D 

Wells, Randall... 

Wilson, W. H.... 

Waterman, Chas. 
F 

Wethington, J. A. 

Wakefield, Nathan 
A 

Wester, Emmie. . 

Watson, E E.... 

Wall, John P.... 

Wackerman, H. J. 

Whiting, R. F.... 

Weisbrod, R. G.. . 

Welch, E. E 

Wilson. M. A. . . . 

Watson, A. S. . . . 

Weeks, James M. 

Wentwortk, J. P. . 

Wade, Jr., Leon- 
idas E 

Williams, J. A.. . 

Watson, Jr., J. T. 

Williams, T. P. 

Waster, Lon. E. 

Withers, M. B.. 

Wright, Belie . 

West, F. A 

Warfield, Etta 

Wilson, Earle F. 

Winthrop, Fran- 
cis B 

Williams, F. M..\ 

West, Arthur D.. 

Whitner, J. Mc 

Gehee 

Wetherell, John 
R 

Waller, J. D 



Lake City 
Palatkn .. 
Tampa . . . 



Weirsdale 
Wacissa . 



T acksonville , 

Sanderson 

Fort Myers . 

Tampa 

Delray 

Gainesville .. 
Jacksonville 
Cottondale . . 
Fort Meade . 
Bradentown 

Enville 

Shadv Grove 



Jacksonville 
Gainesville . 

Tampa 

Lamont .... 

In wood 

Tampa 

Harris 

Berry dale . . 

Tampa 

Baye Lake . 

Tallahassee 

Tampa 

Mulberry . . 



Jacksonville 



DeLand 

Noles . , 



June 
June 
June 

June 
June 

June 

Julv 

Julv 

Julv 

July 

July 

August 

August 

August 

August 

August 

August 



12, 1011 

13, 1911 
17. 1911 

17, 1011 

24, 1911 

26, 1911 

8, 1911 

8, 1911 

13, 1911 

15. 19U 

22, 191 i 

2, 1911 

8, 19M 

12, 1911 

19. 1911 

19, 1911 

19, 1911 



August 19, 
August 25, 
Sept'mber 9, 
Sept'mber 13, 
Sept'mber 11, 
Sept'mber 19, 
Sept'mber 20, 
October 5, 
October 9 
i )ctober 12. 



1911 
1911 
191! 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 



October 12, 1911 
October 14, 1911 
October 24. 1911 

November 1, 1911 

November 10. 1911 
November 10 1011 



233 



NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued. 



Name. 



Residence. 



Term, Four Years 
from Date Given. 



Watts, Thomas C. 
White, John F. . . 
Withers, I. N. ... 

Wirt, E. L 

Ward, Clinton E. 
Walston, J. W... 
Wilson, Tony K. . 
Whitner, E. R. . . 
Wilson, James A. 

Weir, T. M 

W a c k e r m a n, 

Ralph A. 

Watson, Harley. . 
Wilson, Thos. W 
Wartmann, E. L 

Weils, J. E 

Waldin, Catherine 

Z 

Wright, H. A. ... 
Walker, Edward. 
Williams, C. D... 
Williams, M. L.. . 
Wooley, W. B. . . . 
Wise, Mary C. . . . 
Mlliams, ' Thos. 

J 

Walters, M. A/ . . 
Weeks. A. W. .... 
Ward, Alice .... 
Wood, Fred W... 
Webster, J. W... 
Wisdom, J. T... 
Wilson, James N. 
Williams, W. C. 

Ward, H. A 

Wainwright, N. D. 

Wright, C. L 

Weston, Marianna 
Wolfe, A. M 



Jasper 

S. Jacksonville 
Lady Lake . . . 

Bartow 

Jacksonville . . 
Bowling Green 
Zephyrhills . . . 
Jacksonville .. . 

Lake City 

Tampa 



Anna Maria 
Jacksonville 
Jacksonville 

Citra 

Archer .... 



Miami 

Bartow 

Tampa 

Jacksonville 

Detroit 

Live Oak . . 
Tampa 



Tampa 

Miami 

Bonifav 

Bristol 

Fernandina . 
Blountstown 

Miami 

Sneads 

O'Brien 

Winter Park 

Starke 

Milton 

Jacksonville . 
Jacksonville . 



November 
November 
December 
December 
December 
December 
December 
December 
December 
December 



13, 
99 

7, 
11, 
11, 
11, 
11, 
12, 
12, 
12, 



1911 
1011 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 



December 12, 1911 
December 27, 1911 
January 2, 1912 
January 6, 1912 
January 9, 1912 

January 9, 1912 
January 12 1912 
January 15, 1912 
January 19, 1912 
February 17, 1912 
February 17, 1912 
February 17, 1912 



Februai 

Feb ma i 

Februar 

Februai 

Februar 

Februa t 

March 

March 

March 

March 

March 

March 

March 

March 



y 17, 
y it, 
yi7, 

vl7, 

v 22. 

vl7, 

1, 

8, 

11, 
14 

14, 
14. 

14, 

18, 



1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 



234 



NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued. 



Name. 



Residence. 



Term, Four Years 
prom Date Given. 



Wliitnall, R. H... 
Whatlev, W. D... 
Wagner, T. G.... 

Wells, H. W 

Wright, J. A 

Walker, Russell 

G 

Welsh, A. R 

White, W. O 

Weldon, Harry . . 
Whitaker, W. D.. 
White, Tilman M. 
Waller, G. W.... 
Wilson, Geo. S. . 
Weaver, Paul K. . 
Wright, Graham. 
Watson, Y. L.... 

Warren, J. H 

Williams, Paschal 

D 

Williams, J. E... 
Weinberg, H. S... 
Winton, Winifred 

M 

Williamson, Bes- 

Willis, L. L 

Whitworth, G. R. 

Williams, Brad- 
ford 

Waring, M. G. 

Wall, J. L 

Willis, R, E 

Walker, J. H. ... 

Woodward, Hen- 
rv 

Wright, H. E. ... 

Williams, Emma 
Moore 



Kev West 

Live Oak 

Jacksonville 

Panama City 
Pensacola 

Jacksonville 

St. Petersburg . . 
St. Petersburg . . 

Ehren 

Tampa 

Jacksonville 

Hastings 

Tampa 

Kissimmee 

Jacksonville 

Quincv 

Stella^ 

Day 

Ybor City 

Jacksonville 

Jacksonville 

Miami 

South port 

West Palm Beach 

Ocala 

Lakeland 

Belmore 

Alger 

Bassinger 

Tampa 

Pensacola 

St. Petersburg . . 



March 
March 
March 
March 
March 

March 

March 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

May 

May 

May 

May 
May 
May 

June 

June 
June 
Juffe 

June 
June 
June 
Julv 
July 

July 
July 

July 



is 
18 
18 



27 
27 

o 
o 

6 

10 

10 

15 

17 

17 

1 

9 

9 

14 
21 

28 

10 

11 
11 
11 

13 
18 
24 
10 
L0 

15 
20 



1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 

1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 

1912 
1912 
1912 

1912 

1912 
1912 
1912 

1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 

1912 
1912 



22, 1912 



235 



NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued. 



Name. 



Residence. 



Term, Four Years 
from Date Given. 



Weathers, Hib- 
bert M 

Willie, Jr., J. J.. 

Wilson, W r m. M.. 

Worman, S. A.. . 

Wagner, Estelle.. 

Williams, J. A... 

Waters, Jas. E.. 

Wilkes, J. A.... 

Walker, W. Stan- 
ton 

Wolff, Lamar S.. . 

Williams, E. B. . . 

Wilson, R. D 

Wilburn, J. C... 

Windham, S. B. . 

Wethins'ton, A. A. 

Wilder, Albert W. 

W'auchope, Jessie 

Wheelock, W. D.. 

Ward, C. S 

Whitehnrst, Geo . 
W 

Woods. G. W. ... 

Walkup, S. H. .. 

Woolery, C. R. . . 

Wilder, J. C 

Webb, E. N 

Wainwrigiit, W. 
E 

White, James A. 

Ward, J. J 

Webb, Charles W. 

Williams, M. V.. 

Walker. Jasper R. 

Whitney, J. W... 

Wheeler, Robert 
E 

Wilson, Lney E.. 



Ocala 

Lloyd 

Santa Rosa . : . 

Wauehula 

Tampa 

Esto 

Lakewood 

Pine Castle . . 

Jacksonville .. . 

Tampa 

Apalachicola . . 

Bartow . . . 

Chipley 

DeFnniak Springs 

Pinetta 

Orange 

Tampa 

Bradentown .. . 
Miami 



Wauchula .. 
Groveland . 
Mcintosh . . 
Jacksonville 
Hosford . . . 
Little River 



Starke 

Pensacola . . . 

Bruce 

Osprey 

Pnnta Gorda 
Jacksonville 
Tampa 



August 
August 
August 
August 
August 
August 
August 
August 



G, 11)12 

8, 1912 

8, 1912 

9, 1912 
9, 1912 
9, 1912 
9, 1912 

12, 1912 



Jacksonville 
Bradentown 



August 12, 
August 12, 
August 13, 
August 22, 
Sept'mber C>. 
Sept'mber 6, 
Sept'mber 7, 
Sept'mber 7, 
Sept'mber 7. 
Sept'mber 7. 
Sept'mber 12. 



1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 



Sept'mber 12, 1912 
Sent'mberlS, 1912 
October 4, 1912 
October 4, 1912 
October 7, 1912 
October 9, 1912 

October 10, 1912 

October 10, 1912 

October 11, 1912 

October IS, 1912 

October IS, 1912 

October 22, 1912 

October 25, 1912 

November 0. 1912 
November 6, 1912 



236 



NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued. 



Name. 



Residence. 



Term, Four Years 
from Date Given. 



Webb, Samuel J.. 

White, John C... 

Williams, Alma . 

Worthington, Sam 
E 

Williams, J. C. . . 

Wehnes, Conrad . 

Weatherwax, J. O 

Watson, C. T. ... 

Weinrich, Chas. . 

Walker, Freder- 
ick E 

White, John G... 

Wiegandt Frieda. 

Wells, H. H. 

Whitting, Guy E. 



Yonge, Henry M. 
Young, J. H. 
Yates, James A.. 
Yarborough,W. G. 
Yonge,Malcolm R. 
Yeazell, Bruce W. 

Yowell, C. E 

Yaeger, C. R 

Young, J. C 

Yowell, Henry H, 

Yon. J. E 

Yockey, R. A.... 
Young, T. Roy . . . 

Young, J. T 

Young, H. H. ... 
Yonkes, Charlotte 

T 

Yongue, W. A. 



Gulf Tort . 

Tampa 

Jacksonville 



Lee 

Dunedin .... 
Panama City 

Tampa 

Bradentown . 
Bareah 



St. Petersburg 
Newberry 

S. Jacksonville 

Chipley 

West Palm Beach 



Pensacola 

Ona 

Jacksonville 

Bascom 

Pensacola 

Miami 

Kissimmee 

Jacksonville 

Millville 

Orlando 

Blountstown 

Jacksonville 

Tampa 

Tampa 

Tampa 

St. Johns Park. .. 
Fairfield 



November 15, 1912 
November 19, 1912 
November .19, 1912 

November 25, 1912 
November £5, 1912 
November 27, 1912 
December 4, 1912 
December 5, 1912 
December 10, 1912 

December 11, 1912 
December 14, 1912 
December 20, 1912 
December 23, 1912 
December 24. 1912 



August 

Sept'mber 

January 

April 

April 

May 

June 

December 

January 

June 

February 

February 

April 

May 

June 



16, 

14, 

13, 

4, 

13, 

26, 

20, 

13, 

6, 

8, 

15, 

27, 

17, 

11, 

13, 



1909 
1909 
1910 
1910 
1910 
1910 
1910 
1910 
1911 
1912 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 



June 17, 1912 

Sept'mber 14. 1912 



237 



NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued. 



Name. 



Residence. 



Term, Four Years 
from Date Given. 



Zetrouer, R. G. . . . 
Zequeira, Chas. M. 
Zewadski, Jr.. W. 

K. 

Zachary, J. E. . . 
Zetrouer, D. R.. . 

Zant, J. H. 

Zetrouer, Agnes . . 



Z 

Gainesville 
Key West 

Ocala .... 
Pensacola 
Micanopy 

Jennings . 
Miami . . . 



June 7, 1909 

November 23. 1910 

Februarv 13, 1911 
February 27, 1911 
June 13, 1912 

October 18, 1912 
December 20, 1912 



238 

COMMISSIONERS OF DEEDS FOR FLORIDA. 



Georgia. 

John W. H. Mitchell, Thomasville; term expires Feb- 
ruary 1, 1913. 

Edwin A. Wimberly, Bainbridge ; term expires April 11, 
1933. 

H. C. Jordan, Boston ; term expires July 6, 1914. 

Wm. H. Way, Thomasville; term expires January 24, 
1915. 

C. S. Russell, Metcalfe; term expires March 20, 1915. 

W. B. Watkins, Metcalfe; term expires April 6, 1915. 

Louis S. Moore, Thomasville; term expires May 18, 1915. 

A. L. Slater, Atlanta ; term expires April 3, 1916. 

Illinois. 

Simeon W. King, 957 Monannock Building, Chicago; 
term expires August 1, 1915. 

Maryland. 

Abraham H. Fisher, 18 E. Lexington St., Baltimore; 
term expires January 6, 1913. 

Charles Henry Hesse, 2017 E. Eager St., Baltimore; 
term expires June 23, 1916. 

Massachusetts. 

Edward F. Reed, 7 Water St., Boston ; term expires Jan- 
uary 23, 1916. 

Charles Hall Adams, 222 State St., Boston; term ex- 
pires October 21, 1916. 

Frank W. Herrick, 89 State St., Boston ; term expires 
December 4, 1916. 



239 

Minnesota. 

E. A. Kellett, 329 Palace Building, Minneapolis; tertii 
expires May 16, 19X4. 

Neiv Jersey. 

Edward W. Mise, Red Bank; term expires June 12, 
1915. 

Thomas J. Pancoast, Merchantville; term expires June 

25, 1915. 

New York. 

W. F. Lett, 335 Broadway, N. Y. ; term expires March 
23, 1913. 

George W. Corey, 56 Wall St., N. Y. ; term expires May 

26, 1914. 

Charles E. A. McCarthy, 30 Church St., N. Y. ; term ex- 
pires July 22, 1914. 

Edwin F. Corey, 56 Wall St., N. Y. ; term expires Au- 
gust 7, 1914. 

Lawrence C. Haines, 26 Broadway, N. Y. ; term expires 
August 23, 1915. 

Joseph B. Braman, 120 Broadway, N. Y. ; term expires 
October 13, 1915. 

Ella F. Braman, 120 Broadway, N. Y. ; term expires 
October 13, 1915. 

Ohio. 

Joseph T. Harrison, Fourth National Bank Building, 
Cincinnati ; term expires January 20, 1913. 

M. S. Benn, Dayton ; term expires November 18, 1916. 



240 

Pennsylvania. 

William H. Wright, 1022 N. American Building, Phila- 
delphia ; term expires June 25, 1913. 

John S. Wnrts, 1100 Land Title Building, Philadelphia; 
term expires May 10, 1914. 

Joseph H. Geis, Jr., 1222 Hilton St., Philadelphia ; term 
expires September 18, 1914. 

Robert W. Lloyd, S. E. corner Sixth and Walnut Sts., 
Philadelphia ; term expires February 27, 1915. 

Thomas J. Hunt, 532 Walnut St., Philadelphia; term 
expires October 2, 1915. 

Kinley J. Tener, 008 Chestnut St., Philadelphia: term 
expires October 8, 1915. 

Jennie M. Fisher, 110 S. Fourth St., Philadelphia; term 
expires June 2, 1910. 

Rhode Island. 

Edwin C. Potter, 27 Westminster St., Providence; term 
expires January 23, 1916. 

Washington, D. C. 

Isaac R. Hitt, R. 317-18, 1410 H. St. ; term expires Feb- 
ruary 21, 1910. 

John E. Mitchell, 738 Fifteenth St., N. W. ; term ex- 
pires May 9, 1910. 

Pearce Home, 1300 Pennsylvania Ave. ; term expires 
May 20, 1916. 

Wisconsin. 

Henry H. Morgan, Madison; term expires April 9, 1915. 



241 
Great Britain. 

William Negus, 30 Bloomsburg Square. London, Eng.; 
term expires July 19, 1914. 

T. Cato Worsfold, 9 Staple Inn, London, Eng. ; term 
expires July 22, 1914. 

Francis W. Darch, 20 E. Cheapside, London, Eng. ; term 
expires June 10, 1915. 

George W. Edwards, Castle St.., Liverpool, Eng.; term 
expires January 1, 1910. 

Cuha. 

George Eugene Bryson, Habana ; term expires Novem- 
ber 27, 1915. 



15— S S 



REQUISITIONS. 



During the years 1911 and 1912 the State of Florida 
made requisition on other States and Countries for fugi- 
tives from justice as follows: 

Alabama 46 

Arkansas 1 

California 1 

Colorado 1 

Georgia 78 

Illinois 5 

Kansas 1 

Kentucky 2 

Louisiana 4 

Massachusetts 1 

Michigan 3 

Minnesota 1 

Mississippi , , 7 

New Jersey . . . , j 

New Mexico I 

New York " 

North Carolina 7 

Ohio a 

Oklahoma 1 

Pennsylvania 1 

Ehode Island 2 

South Carolina 7 

Tennessee I 

West Virginia 1 

District of Columbia 2 

Dominion of Canada J 



243 



Republic of Cuba 2 

Bahama Islands, N. P 1 

Total 186 

During the years 1911 and 1912 the following States 
made requisition on the State of Florida for fugitives 

from justice: , ' ' 

Alabama 30 

Arkansas 1 

Georgia ! 59 

Illinois 5 

Kentucky 1 

Maine 1 

Maryland 2 

Massachusetts 1 

Mississippi u 

Missouri i 

New Jersey , . 1 

New York 1 

North Carolina . 9 

Ohio i 

Oklahoma . 1 

Pennsylvania ! 

South Carolina 

Tennessee 1 

Texas i 

Wisconsin J 

Total 138 



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CONTINGENT EXPENSES OF CAPITOL. 

FOE SIX MONTHS ENDING JUNE 30, 1911. 

Appropriation $750.00. 
1911. 
Jan. 7 — Randolph & Fenu, matches and 

brooms I 4.50 

Jan. 7 — H. F. Diehl, plumbing G.35 

Jan. 7 — H. R. Sauls, plumbing 1.25 

Jan. 7 — Dan Allen, hauling trash, Dec. 1910. 7.75 

Feb. 7 — Dan Allen, hauling trash, Jan. 1911. 6.75 

Feb. 7— D. R. Cox Fur Co., 2 steel foot mats.. 8.50 

Feb. 7 — S. C. James, ribbon 5.00 

Feb. 9 — W. B. Lee, repairs to windows 0.00 

Feb. 27— Geo. Nellclift, 6 palmetto trees 15.00 

Mar. 1 — Oliver Sanders, cleaning office of 

Comptroller 7.00 

Mar. 3— A. E. Tul ley, drayage 3.60 

Mar. 3 — Fenole Chemical Co., disinfectant... 79.50 

Mar. 3 — Imperial Brush Co., brushes and mops 32.40 

Mar. 3 — Child Bros., stays for trees 4.15 

Mar. 3 — Randolph & Fenn, matches 2.25 

Mar. 3— E. W. Clark, eyelets .60 

Mar. 3— P. W. Wilson & Co., ribbon 3.S7 

Mar. 3 — Dan Allen, hauling trash and drayage 

Feb. 1911 13.43 

Mar. 3 — Gilmore & Davis Co., tools 2.25 

Mar. 3 — Gilmore & Davis Co., work Compt's 

office 28.15 

Mar. 9 — D. R. Cox Furn. Co., supplies Compt's 

office 43.25 

Mar. 21 — W. K. Perkins, changing lights Treas. 

office 1.75 

Mar. 31— Yeager Bethel Hdw. Co., 31 awnings. 260.40 
Mar. 31 — Gilmore & Davis Co., repairs to 

Senate Chamber 18.05 



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Mar. 31 — Gilmore & Davis Co., repairs to build- 
ing Compt's office 10.65 

Mar. 31 — Gilmore & Davis Co., repairs to build- 
ing Compt's office 36.90 

Apr. 4 — Levy Bros., crepe for Governor's office 3.00 
Apr. 1— D. R. Cox Furn. Co., files (Secy. 

State) 60.00 

Apr. 4— D. R. Cox Furn. Co., files (Compt.) . 146.50 

Apr. 4 — Chas. Prince, fixing rope flag pole . . 5.00 
Apr. 4 — Dan Allen, hauling trash and drayage 

March, 1911 15.00 

Apr. 4 — J. H. Fenn, locks for desks in (House). 4.75 
Apr. 4 — Randolph & Fenn, soap and brooms. . 12.15 
Apr. 4— City Water and Lt. Plant, light fix- 
tures 75.65 

Apr. 4 — City Water and Lt. Plant, 1 vacuum 

eleaner 125.00 

Apr. 4— A. E. Tally, hauling trash 6.60 

Apr. 4 — D. B. Taylor, repairs to lights 38.05 

Apr. 4— M. C. Lilley & Co., 1 U. S. flag 14.30 

Apr. 4 — D. R. Cox Furn. Co., rugs for Treas. . 8.75 
Apr. 4 — Sandy Switzer, cleaning offices and 

halls 62.75 

Apr. 4 — W. B. Lee, fixing awnings 55.00 

Apr. 6 — Talla Lumber Yard, lumber 2.37 

Apr. 6 — D. R. Cox Furn. Co., matting and 

rugs (Supt. Public Inst.) 29.55 

Apr. 6 — W. B. Lee, hat and coat hooks for 

House Rep 5.50 

Apr. 6 — B. J. Temple, painting (Treasurer's 

office) 12.00 

Apr. 29 — Floor Clean Co., floor cleaning com- 
pound 7.36 

Apr. 29— M. C. Lilley & Co., 1 U. S. flag 14.30 

Apr. 29 — Talla Grocery Co., 2 cases toilet paper 7.00 



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Apr. 29 — Yeager Bethel Hdw. Co., express on 

awnings 12.08 

May 0— Middle Fla. Ice Co., ice tickets 15.00 

May 6 — So. Telephone & Con. Co., phones, 

April, 1911 13.50 

May 6— Dan Allen, hauling trash, April, 1911. 11.25 
May — Talla Lumber Yard, lumber for wood 

room 1.00 

May — H. R. Sauls, repairs to toilet 1.50 

May 6 — D. R. Cox Furn Co., rugs for (Supt. 

Public Inst.) 5.25 

May 6 — P. W. Wilson & Co., ribbon, crepe and 

toweling 11.72 

May — Randolph & Fenn, matches and brooms 4.20 

May (3— J. H. Fenn, table 4.00 

May — A. E. Tully, hauling leaves and trash. .00 

May 6— Gilmore & Davis Co., 2 Yale locks 4.25 

May 22 — W. B. Lee, repairs to windows 9.70 

May 29— Dan Allen, freight and drayage 2.94 

May 29— H. & W. B. Drew Co., 5 cases toilet 

paper 16.25 

May 29 — Yeager Bethel Hdw. Co., 4 awnings 

for House of Rep 39.35 

May 29 — Mid. Fla. Ice Co., 6 water coolers and 

water for offices 45.50 

May 29 — Gilmore & Davis Co., work for 

Compt 5.30 

June 1 — W. K. Perkins, fixing electric fan . . . 3.00 
June 3 — Edna Shepard, washing towels to 

June 1st 4.00 

June 7— Walker & Black, ribbon 20.22 

June 7 — Dan Allen, hauling trash and dray- 
age, May, 1911 13.85 

June 7 — H. R. Sauls, repairs to toilet 1.25 

June 7— J. W. Ferrell, Dutch Cleaner .30 



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June 7 — J. W. Corbett, door mat and duster 

(Atty. Genl.) 2.80 

June 7 — So. Telephone & Con. Co., phones 

May, 1011 13.50 

June 7 — So. Telephone & Con. Co., message 

(Governor) .05 

•f 1,588.81 

Appropriation 750.00 

Expenditure in excess of Appropriation f 838.81 



CONTINGENT EXPENSES OF CAPITOL. 

FOR SIN MONTHS ENDING DECEMBER 31, 1911. 

Appropriation f 25,750.00. 

July 1 — Sandy Switzer, cleaning halls $ 3.00 

July 10— Dan Allen, hauling trash, June, 1911. 10.50 
July 10 — So. Telephone & Con. Co., phones, 

June, 1911 13.50 

July 10— New Stable, hauling trash .60 

Aug. 7 — Edna Shepard, washing towels to 

August, 1911 1.50 

Aug. 7 — So. Telephone & Con. Co., phones 

July, 1911 13.50 

Aug. 7 — D. R. Cox Furn. Co., desk and table 

(Compt.) 41.50 

Aug. 7 — Randolph & Fenn, matches, soap 

brooms 11.90 

Aug. 7 — H. R. Sauls, repairs to toilet 3.80 

Aug. 7 — Holmes Drug Co., II. H. Ammonia.. .55 

Sept. — Holmes Drug Co., roach poison 1.00 

Sept. 0— R. J. Phillips, hose bibb .50 

Sept. 0— D. R. Cox Furn. Co., 1 chair (Treas.) 6.00 

10— s. s. 



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Sept. 6 — So. Telephone & Con. Co., message 

(Governor) .75 

Sept. 6 — Dan Allen, hauling trash, JulyVAug. 

1911 15.75 

Sept. 6 — So. Telephone & Con. Co., phones 

Aug. 1911 13.50 

Oct. 3 — So. Telephone .& Con. Co., phones 

September, 1911 13.50 

Oct. 3— So. Telephone & Con. Co., long dist. 

message (Governor) 2.00 

Oct. 3 — H. R. Sauls, plumbing July, Aug. and 

September 79.80 

Oct. 3 — Edna Shepard, washing towels Aug. 

and Sept. 1911 1.50 

Oct. 4 — Randolph & Fenn, matches 2.25 

Oct. 7— New Stable, fertilizer 1.50 

Oct. 12— Dan Allen, hauling trash, Sept. 1911 8.50 

Oct. 16— D. R. Cox Furn. Co., desk, mat for 

cooler, work on desks 51.75 

Oct. 25— H. & W. B. Drew Co., 1 leather mail 

bag 8.75 

Nov. 6— Dan Allen, hauling trash, Oct. 1911. . 9.10 

Nov. 6 — E. W. Clark, twine and paper 1.10 

Nov. 6— J. F. Hill, seals 9.50 

Nov. 6 — So. Telephone & Con. Co., phones 

Oct. 1911 13.50 

Nov. 6 — Fenole Chemical Co., disinfectant... 17.50 

Nov. 6 — Frederick Disinfectant Co., 1 bbl. 

Sweeping Compound 9.63 

Dec. 4 — So. Telephone & Con. Co., phones 

Nov. 1911 13.50 

Dec. 4— H. R. Sauls, plumbing 87.25 

Dec. 20— H. & W. B. Drew Co., 6 cases toilet 

paper 19.50 

Dec. 20— H. & W. B. Drew Co., standing desk 

for Compt - 35.00 



259 

Dec. 20 — So. Telephone & Con. Co., message 

( Governor) .25 

Dec. 20— Dan Allen, hauling trash, Nov. 1911. 10.43 



$ 533.66 
Dec. 31 — Unexpended appropriation 25,216.34 



55,750.00 



CONTINGENT ENPENSES OF CAPITOL. 

FOR YEAR OF 1912. \\ 

Appropriation $1,500.00 

Jan. 1 — Gilmore & Davis Co., error in Dec. 

1911 account $ .70 

Jan. 1 — Gilmore & Davis Co., repairs to win- 
dows and doors 24.15 

Jan. 1 — Gilmore & Davis Co., repairs to win- 
dows and doors 4.75 

Jan. 1 — Gilmore & Davis Co., repairs to desk 

(Compt.) 7.05 

Jan. 1 — Gilmore & Davis Co., batteries 

(Treasurer) 2.10 

Jan. 4 — Gilmore & Davis Co., repairs to floor 4.04 

Jan. 4 — So. Telephone & Con. Co., phones 

Dec. 1911 13.50 

Jan. 4 — Randolph & Fenn, matches 2.25 

Jan. 4 — Dan Allen, hauling trash, Dec. 1911. . 6.50 

Jan. 4 — Edna Shepard, washing towels, Oct., 

Nov. and Dec. 1911 2.25 

Jan. 9 — J. F. Rorman, repairs to seal 1.50 

Jan. 17 — F. M. Brumby, repairs to chairs .... 3.00 

Feb. 5— Walker & Black, ribbon 16.00 



260 



Feb. 5 — A. Stephenson, repairs to chair 

( Supt. Pub. Inst.) .75 

Feb. 5 — Mills the Florist, plans for grounds. 200.00 
Feb. 5 — Remington Typewriter Co., exchange 

of machines 41.00 

Feb. 5 — Remington Typewriter Co., extra long 

carriage 4-05 

Feb. 5 — So. Telephone & Con. Co., phone and 

toll, Jan. 1912 15.05 

Feb. 5 — J. F. Hill, stationery and supplies.. 2.25 

Feb. 5— Dan Allen, hauling trash, Jan. 1012 9.25 

Feb. 5 — J. W. Collins, brooms and soap 9.65 

Feb. 29— H. & W. B. Drew Co., rubber stamps 1.24 
Mar. 2 — Dan Allen, freight and drayage, Feb. 

1912 2.15 

Mar. 2 — Randolph & Fenn, matches 2.25 

Mar." 2 — R. J. Phillips, repairs to steam pipe. 2.50 
Mar. 2— H. R. Sauls, cementing joints in sew- 
erage . 12.50 

Mar. 2 — Dan Allen, hauling trash and freight 6.50 

Mar. 4 — So. Telephone & Con. Co., phones and 

messages, Feb. 1912 16.40 

Mar. 4 — Gilmore & Davis Co., glass for hall 

door and labor 1.80 

Mar. 5 — Edna Shepard, washing towels, Jan. 

and Feb. 1912 1.50 

Mar. 5 — Fla. Times-Union, advertisement for 

bids for cement floor 2.50 

Mar. 5— E. W. Clark, twine office 2.70 

Mar. 5 — Holmes Drug Co., rat paste 1.50 

Mar. 5 — Yaldosta Typewriter Exchange, re- 
pairs on typewriters, (Secy. State) . 8.00 

Mar. 19— J. W. Collins, 3 brooms 2.25 

Mar. 25— Cudahy Tacking Co., 1 bbl. Dutch 

cleaner 12.00 



261 



Apr. 2 — So. Telephone & Con. Co., phones 

March, 1912 13.50 

Apr. 2— Dan Allen, hauling trash, March, 1912 9.50 

Apr. 2 — Dan Allen, drayage on freight .25 

Apr. 2— J. F. Hill, gilt seals 8.50 

Apr. 2 — H. & W. B. Drew Co., telephone 

bracket office Secy. State 1.50 

Apr. 3 — J. W. Collins, 6 brooms 4.50 

Apr. 3 — True Democrat, ad for election 3.00 

Apr. 3 — Gilmore & Davis Co., check and 

repairs to hall door 1.00 

Apr. 8— Geo. 1). Barnard & Co., stationery. .. 19.33 

Apr. 15 — Dan Allen, freight and drayage 2.32 

Apr. 20— H. & W. B. Drew Co., R. R. equip- 
ment index book . 17.00 

Apr. 26 — Imperial Brush Co., brushes for car- 
pets 11.99 

Apr. 26 — West Disinfecting Co., 10 gallons dis- 
infectant 15.00 

Apr. 26 — Fla. Times -Union, ad for bids on 

painting Capitol 2.50 

Apr. 26 — Remington Typewriter Co., ribbon 

coupon book 7.00 

Apr. 29— Walker & Black, 560 yds. ribbon pur- 
chased March 8, 1912 18.00 

May 2 — Walker Evans & Cogswell, 3 corpora- 
tion record books 45.00 

May 2— E. W. Clark, twine (Secy. State) ... .90 

May 2— Dan Allen, hauling trash, April, 1912 6.50 

May 2 — Dan Allen, freight and drayage 1.93 

May 3 — So. Telephone & Con. Co., phones 

April, 1912 13.50 

May 3 — So. Telephone & Con. Co., long dist. 

message ( Secy. State) .25 

May 3 — D. R. Cox Furn. Co., glass for door 

(Com. of Agriculture) 7.00 



262 



May 4 — Edna Shepard, washing towels, March 

and April, 1912 , 1.50 

May 6 — True Democrat, ad for bids for paint- 
ing Capitol 2.50 

May 17 — Gilmore & Davis Co., repairing ceiling 

in Supreme Court room 4.25 

May 17 — Gilmore & Davis Co., glass for win- 
dows 10.05 

June 1 — Green Allen, removing tree and 

stump from grounds 5.00 

June 3 — So. Telephone & Con. Co., phones 

May, 1912 13.50 

June 3 — City Water & Light Plant, repairs to 

electric fan, (Secy. Agr.) .35 

June 3 — City Water & Light Plant, repairs to 

electric fan, (Supt. Pub. Inst.) .65 

June 3 — D. R. Cox Furn. Co., filing cases 

(Secy. State) ' 3.00 

June 3 — Dan Allen, hauling trash May, 1912.. 8.25 

June 6 — Randolph & Fenn, matches 2.25 

June 15 — Gilmore & Davis Co., removing 

plaster Supreme Court room 7.00 

June 17 — Gilmore & Davis Co., repairs to seats 

in toilets 6.00 

June 21 — Mrs. A. I. Robertson, painting of 

"Great Seal of State" 15.00 

July 1 — Milwaukee Dustless Brush Co., floor 

brushes for Capitol 18.75 

July 1 — Craig & Marshall, surveying Capitol 

grounds 40.00 

July 2 — So. Telephone & Con. Co., phones 

June, 1912 13.50 

July 2 — D. D. Curiton, repairs to roof of 

Capitol 1.00 

July 5 — J. E. Cozine, constructing walks in 

Capitol grounds 675.25 



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July 6 — A. C. Spiller, Agent, lock for 

Compt. office 4.05 

July 8 — Gilmore & Davis Co., glass and labor 

on basement door 2.00 

July 8 — Edna Shepard, washing towels, May 

and June 1.50 

July 9 — T. J. Appleyard, 1 punch for (Secy. 

State) 2.25 

July 11 — Dan Allen, hauling trash, June 8.00 

July 11 — Wizard Products Co., carpet sweeping 

compound 4.81 

July 13 — J. F. Hill, ink and typewriter ribbons 

(Secy. State) 2.30 

July 18 — Dan Allen, freight charges G. F. & A. 

R. K .94 

July 20 — J. E. Cozine, constructing walks in 

Capitol grounds 800.00 

Aug. 1 — Geo. D. Barnard & Co., stationery 

(Secy. State) 12.92 

Aug. 2 — So. Telephone & Con. Co., phones 

July 13.50 

Aug. 2 — So. Telephone & Con. Co., long dist. 

message, (Governor) .65 

Aug. 2 — So. Telephone & Con. Co., long dist. 

message (Compt.) .75 

Aug. 2— J. F. Hill, gilt seals 9.30 

Aug. 2 — Child Bros., lumber for coal house bin 1.45 

Aug. 3 — Talla Lumber Yard, lumber for trees. 1.48 

Aug. 3 — F. C. Gilmore, repairs to windows 

(Compt. office) ' 1.25 

Aug. 3 — F. C. Gilmore, repairs to cabinet 

(Com. Agri. office) 7.00 

Aug. 3 — F. C. Gilmore, repairs to desk, (Com. 

Agri. office) 7.00 

Aug. 3 — J. E. Cozine, constructing walks in 

Capitol grounds 937.50 



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Aug. 3 — J. E. Craig, Civil Eng., services im- 
provement Capitol 30.00 

Aug. 5 — Dan Allen, hauling trash, July 8.00 

Aug. 7— E. W. Clark, 6 balls twine .90 

Aug. 9 — W. W. Allen, removing oak trees 

from grounds 4.00 

Aug. 12— Walker & Black, ribbon 16.01 

Aug. 29 — J. E. Cozine, constructing walks in 

Capitol grounds 650.00 

Aug. 30— H. & W. B. Drew Co., 6 cases toilet 

paper 19.50 

Aug. 30 — Dan Allen, freight charges on toilet 

paper 2.51 

Aug. 30 — R. F. Howard, 1 sack fertilizer for 

Capitol grounds 3.50 

Aug. 31 — Oliver Sanders and hands, planting 

grass in Capitol grounds 14.50 

Sept. 2 — J. E. Craig, Engineer, surveying 

grounds 30.00 

Sept. 3— J. F. Hill, stationery (Secy. State) . . 1.95 

Sept. 3 — So. Telephone & Con. Co., phones 

August, 1912 13.50 

Sept. 3 — Williams & Kwilecki, brushes, nails, 

etc 2.15 

Sept. 4 — F. C. Gilmore, repairs to desk, H. 

Curtis 4.00 

Sept. 4 — F. C. Gilmore, reparsi to desk and 

rack, (Atty. Gen.) 6.50 

Sept. 4 — F. C. Gilmore, rollers for safe, (Com. 

Agri.) 8.00 

Sept. 4 — F. C. Gilmore, repairs to sash build- 
ing 22.00 

Sept. 4 — J. W. Collins, 6 large brooms 4.50 

Sept. 7 — H. R. Sauls, repairs to fountain in 

yard 4.85 



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Sept. 7 — Pasco Kilpatrick, planting grass In 

Capitol grounds 4.30 

Sept. 10 — Dan Allen, hauling trash and freight 

charges 7.75 

Sept. 13 — E. W. Hall, making platforms base- 
ment and door work 4.35 

Sept. 13 — J. W. Corbett, frame for painting 

"Seal of State" 5.00 

Sept. 14 — Baskin Kilpatrick, self, team, and 

men work on grounds 17.50 

Sept. 14 — Green Allen, removing tree from 

grounds 3.00 

Sept. 14 — Ben Smith, work on grounds 5.00 

Sept. 16 — R. F. Howard, fertlizer for grounds.. 46.75 

Sept. 21 — J. E. Cozine, cement walks and grad- 
ing 800.00 

Sept. 24 — T. W. Wood & Sons, grass seed for 

grounds 5.88 

Sept. 24 — Dan Allen, freight charges on grass 

seed 1.21 

Sept. 26 — J. E. Craig, survey work on grounds. 15.00 

Sept. 27 — J. E. Cozine, payment on cement 

walks 250.00 

Oct. 1 — O. C. Parker, installing shelves in 

Compt. office 6.50 

Oct. 1 — R. F. Howard, fertilizer for grounds. 42.50 

Oct. 2 — D. R. Cox Furn. Co., castors for 

chairs (Senate and House) 6.50 

Oct. 2^M. C. Lilley & Co., U. S. Flag 14.17 

Oct. 5 — So. Telephone & Con. Co., phones 

Sept. 1912 13.50 

Oct. 5 — So. Telephone & Con. Co., messages 

(Secy. State) .75 

Oct. 5 — So. Telephone & Con. Co., messages 

(Compt.) .30 

Oct. 5 — F. C. Gilmore, repairs to window sash 3.00 



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Oct. 5 — F. M. Brumby, keys for Senate and 

House, desks 6.50 

Oct. 5 — Eandolph & Fenn, matches 2.25 

Oct. 7 — Dan Allen, hauling trash & drayage 

September, 1912 8.50 

Oct. 7 — Edna Shepard, washing towels July 

August and September, 1912 2.25 

Oct. 16 — J. W. Corbett, dusters, baskets and 

cooler stand (Senate and House) . . . 17.60 

Oct. 16 — F. C. Gilmore, work on transoms 

(Atty.-Gen. office) 5.25 

Oct. 17 — J. E. Cozine, walks and steps for 

grounds 328.45 

Oct. 23 — Walker, Evans & Cogswell, corpora- 
tion record leaves 19.70 

Oct. 23 — Walker, Evans & Cogswell, 2 corpora- 
tion record books and extra leaves. . 58.00 

Oct. 23— Williams & Kwilecki, El. Bulbs, 
Spittoons and pitcher for Senate 
and House 14.55 

Oct. 26 — Geo. W. Boulden, payment on con- 
tract painting Capitol 100.00 

Nov. 1 — So. Telephone & Con. Co., phones 

October, 1912 13.50 

Nov. 1 — So. Telephone & Con. Co., message 

(Secy. State) .25 

Nov. 1 — A. E. Tully, stable manure for flowers 16.50 

Nov. 2 — Williams & Kwilecki, supplies offices 

Nov. 2 — J. F. Hill, stationery and paper clips 2.50 

Nov. 2 — G. W. Boulden, payment on contract 

painting Capitol 400.00 

Nov. 2 — Dan Allen, hauling trash and dray- 
age, October, 1912 12.00 

Nov. 2 — J. W. Corbett, rugs and oil cloth, 

(Secy. State) office 27.50 



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Nov. 9 — G. W. Boulden, payment on contract 

painting Capitol 165.00 

Nov. 11— M. Ohmer & Sons Co., 400 desk keys 

for Senate and House 40.00 

Nov. 15 — T. W. Wood Sons, flower bulbs for 

grounds 50.00 

Nov. 15 — Geo. W. Boulden, payment on con- 
tract painting Capitol 350.00 

Nov. 23 — Geo. W. Boulden, payment on con- 
tract painting Capitol 100.00 

Nov. 23 — Stonewall Casseaux, labor on grounds 3.50 

Nov. 23 — Wallace Allen, replanting Magnolia 

tree 2.00 

Nov. 30 — Geo. W. Boulden, payment on con- 
tract painting Capitol 100.00 

Dec. 2 — D. R. Cox Furn. Co., rug for 

Compt. office 6.00 

Dec. 2 — So. Telephone & Con. Co., phones 

Nov. 1912 13.50 

Dec. 2 — H. R. Kaufman, cleaning Typewriter 

for Secy. State 5.00 

Dec. 3— J. F. Hill, gilt seals & rubber bands.. 8.85 

Dec. 4— E. W. Clark, twine for Secy. State. . 1.50 

Dec. 4— Dan Allen, freight paid S. A. L. R. R. 

on desks 8.14 

Dec. 4 — A. E. Tully, fertilizer and sand for 

grounds 8.55 

Dec. 4— D. R. Cox, P. H. Cases for Compt. 

office 24.00 

Dec. 4 — Geo. W. Boulden, payment on con- 
tract painting Capitol 600.00 

Dec. 5 — Williams & Kwilecki, gauge glasses, 

Lt. Bulbs & Washers 12.05 

Dec. 7 — W. T. Harrison, raising top of chim- 
ney on building 22.75 



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Dec. 10 — Edua Shepard, washing towels Oct. 

and Nov. 1912 1.50 

Dec. 10— Dan Allen, hauling trash, Nov. 1912. 8.25 

Dec. 11 — Henry T. Diehl, repairs to furnace 

and machinery 41.77 

Dec. 11 — Geo. W. Boulden, payment on con- 
tract painting Capitol 131.00 

Dec. 11 — O. C. Parker, payment on contract 

porches Capitol 300.00 

Dec. 14 — Hayward Carter, glass for window in 

basement .90 

Dec. 16 — F. C. Gilmore, repairs to sash Gov- 
ernor's office 2.00 

Dec. 17 — H. R. Kaufman, typewriter keys for 

Secy. State 3.50 

Dec. 19 — Geo. W. Boulden, payment on con- 
tract painting Capitol , . 400.00 

Dec. 2(3 — Remington Typewriter Co., balance 
on exchange of typewriters, (Secy. 
State) 68.00 



| 8,929.94 



FUEL, LIGHTS AND WATER FOR CAPITOL. 

FOR SIX MONTHS ENDING JUNE 30, 1911. 

Appropriation $750.00 

Jan. 2 — Edna Shepard, washing towels $ 3.00 

Jan. 7 — Mid. Fla. Ice Co., ice tickets 7.50 

Jan. 7 — Mid. Fla. Ice Co., ice tickets 7.50 

Jan. 7— City Water & Lt. Plant, gas 5.25 

Jan. 7— City Water & Lt. Plant, electricity. . 58.80 

Jan. 7 — City Water & Lt. Plant, water, west 

side 2.70 



200 



Jan. 7 — City Water & Lt. Plant, water, east 

Vvi- ' 18 44 

rXrt_ y-^T J-U.irx 

Jan. 7— City Water & Lt. Plant, light fixtures .40 

Jan. 7 — So. Telephone & Con. Co., phones. . . . 13.50 

Feb. 7— City Water & Lt. Plant, Gas 6.00 

Feb. 7— City Water & Lt. Plant, electricity.. 59.50 

Feb. 7 — Mid. Fla. Ice Co., ice tickets 7.50 

Feb. 7- — So. Telephone & Con. Co., phones . . . 13.50 

Mar. 2— A. S. Wells, 22| tuns coal 151. 88 

Mar. 3 — So. Telephone & Con. Co., phones 13.50 

Mar. 3— City Water & Lt. Plant, gas ...... . 4.38 

Mar. 3— City Water & Lt. Plant, electricity.. 44.10 

Mar. 9— Mid. Fla. Ice Co., ice tickets 7.50 

Apr. 4— Mid. Fla. Ice Co., ice tickets 7.50 

Apr. 4 — So. Telephone & Con. Co., phones . . . 13.50 

Apr. 4— City Water & Lt. Plant, gas 2.28 

Apr. 4— City Water & Lt. Plant, electricity . . 59.10 
Apr. 2— City Water & Lt. Plant, water east 

side 18.08 

Apr. 4— City Water & Lt. Plant, water west 

side 2.80 

Apr. 4 — Edna Shepard, washing towels 2.85 

May 2 — James Moody, 22 cords pine wood... 05.00 

May 6— City Water & Lt. Plant, electricity.. 122.10 

May 0— City Water & Lt. Plant, gas 11.40 

June 7— City Water & Lt. Plant, light fixtures .0', 

June 7— City Water & Lt. Plant, electricity.. 124.20 

June 7— City Water & Light Plant, gas 16.05 

June 7 — Mid. Fla. Tee Co., ice tickets 7.50 



•ft 881.06 
June 30 — Expended in excess of Appropriation 131.00 

§ 750.00 



270 

FUEL, LIGHTS AND WATER FOR CAPITOL. 

FOR SIX MONTHS ENDING DECEMBER 31, 1911. 

Appropriation $750.00 

July 10— Mid. Fla. Ice Co., ice tickets 7.50 

July 10 — Mid. Fla. let Co., distilled water for 

offices 31.75 

July 10— City W. & L. Plant, east side water. . 34.90 

July 10— City W. & L. Plant, west side water. . 4.30 

July 10— City W. & L. Plant, gas 16.65 

July 10— City W. & L. Plant, electricity 107.60 

July 10— City W. & L. Plant, electricity 3.10 

July 10— City W. & L. Plant, light fixtures . . . 6.00 

Aug. 7— City W. & L. Plant, electricity 51.80 

Aug. 7— City W. & L. Plant, gas 9.45 

Sept. 6— City W. & L. Plant, light fixtures. . . .25 

Sept. 6— City W. & L. Plant, light fixtures . . . 1.75 

Sept. 6— City W. & L. Plant, electricity 48.40 

Sept. 6— City W. & L. Plant, gas 8.85 

Sept. 6— A. S. Wells, 40 tons coal 214.00 

Sept. 6— Mid. Fla. Ice Co., ice tickets 22.50 

Sept. 6— Mid. Fla. Ice Co., ice tickets 15.00 

Sept. 6— Mid. Fla. Ice Co., distilled water for 

offices 26.25 

Oct. 3— City W. & L. Plant, water west side. 4.67 

Oct. 3— City W. & L. Plant, water east side. 21.58 

Oct. 3— City W. & L. Plant, electricity 63.80 

Oct. 3— City W. & L. Plant, gas 5.55 

Oct. 3— City W. & L. Plant, switch key .10 

Oct. 3— Mid. Fla. Ice Co., ice tickets 15.00 

Oct. 3— Mid. Fla. Ice Co., distilled water for 

offices 12.75 

Nov. 6 — Mid. Fla. Ice Co., distilled water for 

offices 18.25 



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Nov. 6— Mid. Fla. Ice Co., ice tickets 30.00 

Nov. 6— City W. & L. Plant, gas 5.40 

Nov. 6— City W. & L. Plant, electricity 44.60 

Nov. 6— City W. & L. Plant, lights 8.40 

Nov. 6— City W. & L. Plant, light fixtures 

Atty. Gen. office 3.15 

Nov. 6 — Geo. Nellicliff, 1 cord pine wood .... 3.50 

Dec. 4— City W. & L. Plant, electricity 54.30 

Dec. 4— City W. & L. Plant, gas 5.40 

Dec. 4— City W. L. Plant, light fixtures 

Treas. office 2.35 

Dec. 20— City W. & L. Plant, light fixtures 

Atty. Gen. office 1.40 

Dec. 20 — Mid. Fla. Ice Co., distilled water for 

offices 7.00 



$ 917.25 



FUEL, LIGHTS AND WATER FOR CAPITOL. 

FOR YEAR OF 1912. 

Appropriation $1,500.00 

Jan. 4— City W. & L. Plant, gas .f 9.00 

Jan. 4— City W. & L. Plant, electricity 83.43 

Jan. 4— City W. & L. Plant, water east side. . 19.50 

Jan. 4— City W. & L. Plant, water west side. 2.00 
Jan. 4— City W. & L. Plant, light fixtures 

Compt. office 13.62 

Jan. 4— City W. & L. Plant, electric Lt. 

Globes 14.10 

Jan. 4 — Mid. Fla. Ice Co., ice tickets and 

distilled water 23.75 

Feb. 1 — Silas Courtney, 1 cord pine wood... 4.00 

Feb. 5— City W. & L. Plant, electricity 68.72 



272 



Feb. 5— City W. & L. Plant, gas 12.75 

Feb. 5 — Mid. Fla. Ice Co., ice tickets and dis- 
tilled water 24.00 

Mar. 4— City W. cv L. Plant, electricity . . 69.30 

Mar. 4— City W. & L. Plant, gas 13.95 

Mar. 6— Mid. Fla. Ice Co., distilled water 7.25 

Mar. 7 — City W. & L. Plant, water and elec- 
tric light fixtures 4.35 

Mar. 23 — Jas. Moody, 32 cords pine wood 100.00 

Apr. 3— City W. & L. Plant, gas 10.20 

Apr. 3— City W. & L. Plant, electricity G2.82 

Apr. 3— City W. & L. Plant, water east side. . 23.8G 

Apr. 3— City W. & L. Plant, water west side. . 2.50 

Apr. 3— Mid. Fla. Ice Co., ice tickets 15.00 

Apr. 3— Mid. Fla. Ice Co., distilled water 10.25 

May 2— Mid. Fla. Ice Co., ice tickets 15.00 

May 2— Mid. Fla. Ice Co., distilled water 9.25 

May 2— City W. & L. Plant, gas 8.85 

May 2— City W. & L. Plant, electricity 58.77 

May 2— City W. & L. Plant, electric fixtures 

(Secy. Agri.) 3.40 

May 2— R. J. Phillips, repairs to toilet 1.85 

June 3— City W. & L. Plant, electricity 4G.10 

June 3— City W. & L. Plant, gas 4.03 

June 3— Mid. Fla. Ice Co., ice tickets 30.00 

June 3— Mid. Fla. Ice Co., distilled water 12.00 

July 2— City W. & L. Plant, electricity 40.44 

July 2— City W. & L. Plant, gas 2.00 

July 2— City W. & L. Plant, water east side. . 8.48 

July 2— City W. & L. Plant, water west side. . 2.50 

July 2— Mid. Fla. Ice Co., distilled water 11.25 

July 31— A. S. Wells, 78 12/20 tons coal 389.07 

Aug. 1 — H. R. Sauls, repairs to toilet 2.50 

Aug. 2— City W. & L. Plant, gas .50 

Aug. 2— City W. & L. Plant, electricity 53.37 

Aug. 3— Mid. Fla. Ice Co., ice tickets 30.00 



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Aug. 3— Mid. Fla. Ice Co., distilled water 11.50 

Sept. 3— City W. & L. Plant, gas .50 

Sept. 3— City W. & L. Plant, electricity 55.26 

Sept. 5 — Mid. Fla. Ice Co., distilled water 7.75 

Oct. 5— City W. & L. Plant, electricity 62.19 

Oct. 5— City W. & L. Plant, mantles and 

labor 2.25 

Oct. 5— City W. & L. Plant, sockets and labor 2.30 
Oct. 5— City W. & L. Plant, fixtures Secy 

Agri. office 8.70 

Oct. 5— City W. & L. Plant, gas . '. .50 

Oct. 5— City W. & L. Plant, water contract 

No. 82 57.62 

Oct. 5— City W. & L. Plant, water contract 

No. 84 2.50 

Oct. 5— Mid. Fla. Ice Co., distilled water . . . 9.25 

Oct. 5— Mid. Fla. Ice Co., ice tickets 30.00 

Oct. 5— Mid. Fla. Ice Co., 1 "XX" cooler for 

House Rep 5.25 

Nov. 2— City W. & L. Plant, gas 1.62 

Nov. 2— City W. & L. Plant, electricity 64.12 

Nov. 2— City W. & L. Plant, electric fixtures 

Atty. Gen. office 1.35 

Nov. 4— Mid. Fla. Ice Co., distilled water . . . 9.75 

Dec. 2— City W. & L. Plant, electricity 59.94 

Dec. 2— City W. & L. Plant, gas 10.35 

Dec. 4— Mid. Fla. Ice Co., ice tickets 22.50 

Dec. 4— Mid. Fla. Ice Co., distilled 7.00 

POSTAGE, EXPRESS AND TELEGRAMS FOR OF- 
FICE OF SECRETARY OF STATE. 

FOR SIX MONTHS ENDING JUNE 30, 1911. 

Appropriation $350.00. 

June 7 — Southern Express Co., express 

charges, Nov. 1910 $ 1.44 

17— S. S. 



274 

June 7 — Western Union Tel. Co., telegrams, 

Dec. 1910 .35 

June 7 — John McDougall, postage, Dec. 1910. 12.0S 

Feb. 7 — Western Union Tel. Co., telegrams, 

Jan. 1911 .27 

Feb. 7— John McDougall, postage, Jan. 1911. 7.08 

Feb. 7 — Sou. Express Co., express charges, 

Dec. 1910 2.00 

Mar. 3 — Sou. Express Co., express charges, 

Jan. 1911 1.91 

Mar. 3 — Western Union Tel. Co., telegrams, 

Feb. 1911 .71 

Mar. 3— John McDougall, postage, Feb., 1911. 86.28 

Mar. 9 — Sou. Express Co., express charges, 

Feb. 1911 4.02 

Apr. 4 — Western Union Tel. Co., telegrams 

March, 1911 2.97 

Apr. 4 — John McDougall, postage, March, 

1911 53.14 

Apr. 4 — Son. Express Co., express charges, 

March, 1911 6.52 

May 6 — John McDougall, postage, April, 1911 .14 

May 6 — Sou. Express Co., express charges, 

April, 1911 2.36 

May 29 — Western Union Tel. Co., telegrams 

April, 1911 .50 

June 7 — John McDougall, postage, May, 1911 18.27 

June 30 — Balance Unexpended 149.93 

| 350.00 



275 

POSTAGE, EXPRESS AND TELEGRAMS FOR OF- 
FICE OF SECRETARY OF STATE. 

FOR SIX MONTHS ENDING DECEMBER 31, 1911. 

Appropriation f 350.00. 

July 5— John McDougall, postage ft 121.40 

July 10 — West. Union Tel. Co., telegrams .89 

July 10 — Sou. Ex. Co., express charges 5.33 

Aug. 7 — John McDougall, postage .24 

Aug. 7— West. Union Tel. Co., telegrams .87 

Aug. 7 — Sou. Ex. Co., express charges 2.74 

Sept. 6 — John McDougall, postage 7.12 

Sept. 6 — Sou. Ex. Co., express charges 5.14 

Sept. 25 — Sou. Ex. Co., express charges 56.63 

Sept. 25— West. Union Tel. Co., telegrams .50 

Oct. 3 — John McDougall, postage 13.22 

Oct. 7 — Sou. Ex. Co., express charges 2.55 

Nov. 6 — John McDougall, postage 86.33 

Nov. 6— West. Union Tel. Co., telegrams .33 

Nov. 6 — West. Union Tel. Co., telegrams.... .41 

Nov. 6 — Sou. Ex. Co., express charges 67.68 

Dec. 4 — John McDougall, postage 12.00 

Dec. 4 — West. Union Tel. Co., telegrams .... .62 

Dec. 20 — Sou. Ex. Co., express charges 6.88 



ft 300.88 
Dec. 31 — Expended in excess of appropriation. 40.88 

| 350.00 



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POSTAGE, EXPRESS AND TELEGRAMS FOR OF- 
FICE OF SECRETARY OF STATE. 

FOR THE YEAR OF 1912. 

Appropriation $ 700.00. 

Feb. 5— John McDougall, postage $ 12.26 

Feb. 5 — So. Ex. Co., express charges 6.88 

Feb. 5 — West. Union Tel. Co., telegrams 1.86 

Feb. 5 — West. Union Tel. Co., telegrams 1.02 

Feb. 5 — So. Ex. Co., express charges 71.05 

Mar. 2— John Dougall, postage 120.38 

Mar. 5 — West. Union Tel. Co., telegrams .... .79 

Mar. 6 — So. Ex. Co., express charges 8.60 

Apr. 2 — John McDougall, postage ..... . . 7.14 

Apr. 2 — Sou. Tel. & Con. Co., message .45 

Apr. 3 — West. Union Tel. Co., telegrams .89 

Apr. 4 — Sou. Ex. Co., express charges 10.13 

May 3 — Sou. Ex. Co., express charges 2.71 

May 8— U. S. Postoffice, postage 12.04 

May 9 — West. Union Tel. Co., telegrams .50 

June 3 — Alex McDougall, postage 159.70 

June 3 — West Union Tel. Co., telegrams .31 

June 4 — Sou. Ex. Co., express charges 2.62 

July 2 — Alex McDougall, postage 13.62 

July 2 — West. Union Tel. Co., telegrams .... .60 

July 2 — Sou. Ex. Co., express charges 4.43 

Aug. 1 — Alex McDougall, postage 13.18 

Aug. 2 — Sou. Ex. Co., express charges 5.11 

Sept. 3 — Sou. Ex. Co., express charges 8.09 

Sept. 3 — Alex McDaugall, postage .10 

Oct. 1 — Alex McDougall, postage 12.04 

Oct. 1 — Express Co., express charges 6.36 

Oct. 5 — West. Union Tel. Co., telegrams 1.25 

Nov. 1 — Alex McDougall, postage 171.02 



Nov. 1- — Sou. Ex. Co., express charges . . 

Nov. 4 — West. Union Tel. Co., telegrams 

Dec. 2 — Alex McDongall, postage 

Dec. 3 — Sou. Ex. Co., express charges . . . 

Dec. 3 — West. Union Tel. Co., telegrams 



Dec. 31 — Excess of appropriation 



29.45 

3.38 

17.29 

11.17 

.54 



| 716.90 
16.96 



| 700.00 
Dec. 3 — Unexpended amount as shown by my 

report for 1909-1910 $ 185.56 

WATCHMAN AT CAPITOL. 

FOR SIX MONTHS ENDING JUNE 30, 1911. 

Appropriation |390.00. 



January, David Ellis 
February, David Ellis 
March, David Ellis . . 
April, David Ellis . . . 
May, David Ellis .... 
June, F. C. Wilks . . . 



65.00 
65.00 
65.00 
65.00 
65.00 
65.00 



Total | 390.00 

WATCHMAN AT CAPITOL. 

FOE SIX MONTHS ENDING DECEMBER 31, 1911. 

Appropriation |390.00. 



Sept. 30— J. J. Harrell 
Dec. 31— J. J. Harrell 



,| 195.00 
195.00 



Total $ 390.00 



278 
WATCHMAN AT CAPITOL. 

FOR YEAR 1912. 

Appropriations |780.00. 

Mar. 31— J. J. Harrell $ 195.00 

June 30— J. J. Harrell 195.00 

Sept. 30— J. J. Harrell 195.00 

Dec. 31— J. J. Harrell 195.00 



Total | 780.00 

ENGINEER AND GARDENER AT CAPITOL. 

SIX MONTHS ENDING JUNE 30, 1911. 

Appropriation $360.00. 

January, Jos. Bradham (Engineer) iff 30.00 

Benj. Smith (Gardener) 30.00 

February, Jos. Bradham 30.00 

Benj. Smith 30.00 

March, Jos. Bradham 30.00 

Benj. Smith 30.00 

April, Jos. Bradham 30.00 

Benj. Smith 30.00 

May, Jos. Bradham 30.00 

Benj. Smith 30.00 

June, Jos. Bradham 30.00 

Benj. Smith 30.00 

Total 360.00 



279 

JANITORS AT CAPITOL. 

FOR SIX MONTHS ENDING JUNE 30, 1911. 

Appropriation $360.00. 

January, Mose Shepherd f 30.00 

John Hawkins 30.00 

February, Mose Shepherd 30.00 

John Hawkins 30.00 

March, Mose Shepherd 30.00 

John Hawkins 30.00 

April, Mose Shepherd 30.00 

John Hawkins 30.00 

May, Mose Shepherd 30.00 

John Hawkins 30.00 

June, Mose Shepherd 30.00 

John Hawkins 30.J0 



$ 360.00 
JANITORS AT CAPIITOL. 

FOR SIX MONTHS ENDING DECEMBER 31, 1911. 
Appropriation $900.00. 

Sept. 30— George Hale $ 150.00 

Mose Shepherd 90.00 

Benj. Smith 90.00 

John Hawkins 90.00 

Dec. 31— George Hale 150.00 

Mose Shepherd 90.00 

Ben. Smith 90.00 

John Hawkins 90.00 



Total $ 840.00 



280 

JANITORS AT CAPITOL. 

FOR TWELVE MONTHS ENDING DEC. 31, 1912. 

Appropriation $1,800.00. 

Mar. 31— Geo. Hale $ 150.00 

Mose Shepherd 90.00 

Chas. Harris 90.00 

John Hawkins 90.00 

June 30— Geo. Hale 150.00 

Mose Shepherd 90.00 

Chas. Harris 90.00 

John Hawkins 90.00 

Sept. 30— Geo. Hale 150.00 

Mose Shepherd 90.00 

Chas. Harris ? 90.00 

John Hawkins 90.00 

Dec. 31— Geo. Hale .' 150.00 

Mose Shepherd 90.00 

Chas. Harris 90.00 

John Hawkins 90.00 

Total $1,680.00 

STATEMENT OF MONEYS RECEIVED BY THE SEC- 
RETARY OF STATE FOR THE YEARS 1911-1912 
FOR CORPORATION CHARTER TAX, LAW 
BOOKS, AUTOMOBILE AND CHAUF- 
FEUR CERTIFICATES, ETC. 

Acts of Legislature, sold, 1911 $ 310.00 

Automobile Registration Certificates, 1911 . . . 3,700.00 

Chauffeur Registration Certificates, 1911 306.00 

Certificates under Sec. 81, (G. S.), 1911 480.00 

Corporation Charter Tax, 1911 54,525.00 



281 



General Statutes, bound, 1911 305.00 

General Statutes, unbound, 1911 336.00 

Old Furniture, sold, 1911 6.00 

Total paid in to State Treasurer, 1911 $ 59,968.00 

Acts Legislature, sold, 1912 $ 178.50 

Automobile Kegistration Certificates, 1912... 1,050.00 

Chauffeur Registration Certificates, 1912 232.00 

Certificates under Sec. 81, (G. S.), 1912 620.00 

Corporation Charter Tax, 1912 61,529.00 

General Statutes, bound, 1912 370.00 

General Statutes, unbound, 1912 308.00 

Justice Manual, 1912 1.00 

Paid in to State Treasurer, 1912 $ 70,288.00 

Paid in to State Treasurer for 1911-1912 

grand total f 130,256.00 



AFFIDAVITS OF CAMPAIGN EXPENSES AND 
CONTRIBUTIONS 

Filed in Accordance With Chapter 5929, Acts 1909. 
FOR GOVERNOR. 

Cromwell Gibbons — 

Advertising $ 1,935.74 

Traveling expenses 1,511.60 

Office expenditures 6,527.38—$ 9,974.72 

Contributions $1,000 

Filed April 16, 1912. 

Cromwell Gibbons — 

Advertising $ 3,311.51 

Traveling expenses 480.00 

Office expenditures 1,662.32 

Printing 757.55—$ 6,211.38 

Contributions $1,000 

Filed May 9, 1912. 

Total $16,186.10 

W. H. Miltm— 

List of voters $ 668.50 

Stationery and postage 1,634.62 

Clerical help 572.50 

Newspaper subscriptions 84.00 

Telegrams and telephone 69.07 

Express 18.30 



283 



Printing 687.06 

Rent and incidentals 359.88 

Traveling- expenses 207.00 

Advertising, bands and holding 

meetings 622.70 

Newspaper advertising 2,682.49 

General advertising 218.70 

Entrance fee 250.00 

Automobiles, distributing litera- 
ture, tacking posters 868.45—1 8,943.27 

Filed April 20, 1912. 

W. H. Milton— 

List of registered voters $ 75.00 

Stationery and postage 1,134.24 

Clerical help 631.80 

Telegrams and telephone 74.70 

Express 5.00 

Printing 640.82 

Rent and incidentals 1.75 

Expenses of advertising and hold- 
ing meetings 193.87 

Advertising 3,297.98 

Automobiles and traveling ex- 
penses 353.55— if 6,408.77 

Filed May 12, 1912. 



Total 115,352.04 



Park Trammell — 

Traveling expenses $ 281.60 

Stamps 513.00 

List of voters 55.00 

Traveling expenses 386.90 



284 



Printing 674.58 

Newspaper advertising 443.9** 

Telegrams 4.15 

Express 5.25 

Assessment fee 250.00— $ 2,614.45 

Contributions f 260.00 

Filed April 19, 1912. 



Park Trammel! — 

Traveling expenses and hotel 

bills | 56.20 

Stamps 195.00 

Stenographer 16.00 

Help preparing literature 48.00 

Newspaper advertising 243.08 

Band and seats at Tampa 40.00 

Telegrams 12.72 

Express 4.40 

Printing 228.95— | 

Fled May 9, 1912. 



844.35 



Park Trammel!, — 

Newspaper advertising $ 189.52 

Traveling expenses 17.00 

Telegrams 36.74 

Stenographer 15.00 

Stamps 2.00 

Filed May 18, 1912. 



260.26 



Park Trammell — 

Newspaper advertising, letter of 

thanks, etc $ 

Printing 



151.35 
71.25 



285 



Telegrams 5.00 

Stamps 5.00—$ 232.60 

Filed June 4, 1912. 

Total $ 3,951.66 



Edward M. Semple — - 

Assessment fee $ 250.00 

Expended in advertising 60.00 

Telegrams 5.83 

Other incidental expenses 10.00— $ 325.83 

Filed April 22, 1912. 

Edward M. Semple — 

For advertising $ 51.00—$ 51.00 

Filed May 14, 1912. 

Total $ 376.83 

J. W. Watson— 

Railroad fare $ 240.00 

Hotel bills 800.00 

Baggage and vehicle hire 50.00 

Advertising 820.82 

Printing 598.30 

Office expenses 2,050.00 

Incidentals 190.00 

Assessment fee 250.00—$ 4,999.12 

Filed April 19, 1912. 

J. W. Watson— 

Railroad fare 40.50 

Board, etc 41.50 



286 
Advertising 


121.60 
23.00 
142.50 
9.00- 




Printing 




Filed May 11, 1912. 


-| 378.10 


Total 


•f 5,377.22 



FOR SECRETARY OF STATE. 

H Clay C rate ford— 

Assessment fee $ 125.00 

Filed April 20, 1912. 

H. Clay Crawford — 

No additional expense. 
Filed May 10, 1912. 

FOR ATTORNEY GENERAL. 

T. F. West— 

Subscription to newspapers $ 35.00 

Stationery, printed matter and 

cuts 128.45 

Advertising in newspapers 490.85 

Extra stenographic work 22.50 

Stamps 178.99 

Traveling expenses 120.45 

Entrance fee 125.00— f 1,101.24 

Filed April 20, 1912. 



>S7 



T. F. West- 



Advertising in newspapers and 

cuts I 28:56— | 28.50 

Contributions $5.00 

Filed May 9, 1912. 



Total $ 1,129.80 



FOR COMPTROLLER. 



W. V. Knott- 



Printing, postage and mailing 

letters and cards $ 135.25 

Newspaper advertising 25.25 

Assessment fee 175.00 

Traveling and incidental expenses 33.26—$ 368.76 

Filed April 19, 1912. 

W. V. Knott— 

No additional expense. 
Filed May 12, 1912. 



Total $ 368.76 



FOR STATE TREASURER. 



J. 8. Chriner 



Railroad fare $ 57.71 

Advertising 77.70 

Printing cards, etc 54.00 

Board bills 49.85 

Livery bills 10.25 



288 



Assessment fee 125.00 

Stamps 5.00 

Distributing literature 5.00 

Stenographer l.OO 

Express 2.50— $ 388.01 

Filed April 18, 1912. 

J. S. Griner — 

Railroad fare $ 20.00 

Automobile hire 25.00 

Hotel bills 16.50 

Printing bills 10.00 

Advertising in newspapers 46.40 

Livery hire 5.00 

Postage 2.00— % 124.90 

Filed May 10, 1912. 



Total | 512.91 



J. Hampton Jones — 

Announcement in Bradford Tele- 

- graph and printing cards f 43.50 

Printing cards 15.00 

Fee to Executive Committee 125.00 

Newspaper advertisement 1.25 

Livery bill 3.00 

Stamps and stationery 10.00 

Stenographer 18.75 

Railroad fare 25.00 

Hotel bills 100.00—$ 341.50 

Filed April 18, 1912. 

J. Hampton Jones — 

Hotel bills $ 15.50 

Railroad fare 28.70 



289 



Contributions, livery team 3.00 

5,000 cards 12.50— f 59.70 

Filed May 10, 1912. 



Total I 401.20 



-/. C. Liming — 

Traveling expenses, railroad fare, 

buggy hire and hotel bills . . . .$ 300.66 

Assessment 125.00 

Assistance in mailing literature. 186.15 

Newspaper cuts 43.65 

Express on literature 5.85 

Postage on literature 1,060.00 

Advertising 283.74 

Printing literature and cards 518.40— f 2,523.45 

Contributions % 50.00 

Statements filed April 18, 1912, 
and May 7, 1912. 

FOE SUPERINTENDENT PUBLIC INSTRUCTION. 

W. M. Holloway— 

Advertising $ 1,116.48 

Traveling expenses 312.53 

Office expenditures and assess- 
ment 430.70— $ 1,859.71 

Filed April 17, 1912. 

TV. M. Holloway 

Advertising f 327.88 

Traveling expenses 77.23 

Telegrams and express 24.49 

Postage and stationery 53.37— f 482.97 

Filed May 9, 1912. 

18— S. S. 



290 



W. M. Holloway — 

Advertising $ 350.00 

Traveling expenses 76.50 

Clerical help 30.00 

Postage 10.00 

Literature 20.00 

Telegrams 6.00 

Express 4.0rjr— | 496.50 

Filed May 16, 1912. 

W. M. EoMoicay — 

Advertising $ 354.27 

Traveling expenses 97.50 

Workers 272.50—$ 724.27 

Filed June 6, 1912. 

Total % 3,563.45 

A. M. C. Russell 

Advertising .$ 548.75 

Free advertising and dis. est. . . . 86.00 

Traveling expenses 307.38 

Printing 171.16 

Postage 100.76 

Entrance fee 125.00 

Traveling expenses, E. R. Russell, 

son 12.00 

Traveling expenses, C. M. Russell, 

son 12.00 

Registration list 5.00— f 1,368.05 

Filed April 20, 1912. 

W. N. Sheats— 

Office fixtures and supplies .,..$ 193.20 

Advertising and printing 705.95 



291 



Postage, express and telegrams.. 140.86 

Office help 108.85 

Traveling expenses 456.00 

Assessment 125.00 

Political workers 190.00—$ 1,919.86 

Filed April 20, 1912. 



W. N. Sheats— 

Stenographer and office expenses. $ 100.85 

Telegrams 8.47 

Advertising and printing 368.31 

Traveling expenses 80.00 

Political helpers 108.00- 

Filed May 9, 1912. 



-| 665.63 



W. N. Sheats— 

Traveling expenses $ 50.00 

Canvassers 155.80 

Printing and advertising 287.40 

Office help 63.65- 

Filed May 18, 1912. 



4 556.8." 



W. N. Sheats— 

Advertising f 391.48 

Traveling ' expenses 95.00 

Stenographer 40.00 

Postage 51.00 

Precinct workers 92.00 

Canvassers 108.30—$ 777.78 

Filed June 8, 1912. 

Total ' | 3,920.12 



292 
FOR COMMISSIONER OF AGRICULTURE. 

IT 7 . R. Dorm an — 

Assessment fee $ 125.00 

Advertising in newspapers 249.10 

Newspaper cuts 66.00 

Postage 689.82 

Freight 7.50 

Express 3.65 

Telegrams 32.53 

Clerical assistance 196.37 

Rubber stamps 1.55 

Bill posting 5.00 

Printing 301.87 

Railroad fare 82.00 

Hotel bills 125.00 

Hack hire 4.50— f 1,889.89 

Filed April 19, 1912. 

W. R. Dor ni an — 



22.75 



Railroad fare \ 

Hotel bills 31.00 

Postage 80.00 

Newspaper advertising 130.00— $ 263.75 

Filed May 9, 1912. 



Total | 2,153.64 



W. A. McRae— 

Traveling expenses, including 
railroad fare, hotel bills, buggy 

hire, etc $ 335.00 

Assessment 125.00 

Cigars 15.00 



293 



Assistance in mailing literature. 54.90 

Postage on literature 300.00 

Express on literature 4.00 

Newspaper cuts 61.75 

Printing literature 66.50 

Advertising in newspapers 206.51 — $ 1,168.66 

Filed April 20, 1912. 

W. A. McRae— 

Traveling expenses including rail- 
road fare, and hotel bills $ 70.00 

Office rent and office help 214.00 

Printing and advertising 350.00 

Postage 260.00 

Telegrams 15.00 

Express 4.50 

Expense of workers 118.00— | 1,031.50 

Filed May 9, 1912. 

Total $ 2,200.16 



FOR JUSTICE SUPREME COURT. 

J. B. Whitfield— 

Assessment ,$ 150.00— f 150.00 

No additional expenses. 
Statements filed April 17, 1912, 
and May 7, 1912. 

FOR ADJUTANT GENERAL. 

W. J. Driscoll— 

Printing cards and circulars. .. .$ 45.00 

Stationery 8.50 

Newspaper advertising 44.50 

Postage 24.54 



294 



Traveling expenses 24. SO 

Telegrams and telephones ■ 7.48 

Assessment fee 125.00 

Express 0.12 

Stenographer 5.00 

Contributions f 160.00 

Filed April 20, 1912. 



Total $ 291.00 



J. Clifford R. Foster- 
Assessment fee | 125.00 

Cuts for advertisements 18.50 

Photographs 22.50 

Postage 40.00 

Stamped envelopes 129.36 

Stereoptican plates 5.25 

Paid moving picture theaters for 

using stereoptican plates .... 17.00 

Advertising in newspapers 107.70 

Plain envelopes 5.00 

Printing 102.50 

Telegrams 7.43 

Express 2.40— ft 588.04 

Filed April 19, 1912. 

J. Clifford R. Foster — 

Newspaper advertising $ 79.78 

Postage 12.00 

Telegrams 15.98 

Printing cards and cuts 17.50—$ 125.26 

Filed May 9, 1912. 



Total $ 713.90 



295 



J. Stewart Lewis — 



Advertising and printing $ 172.30 

Postage, express and telegrams . . 100.25 

Traveling expenses . 183.30 

Assessment fee 125.00— f 580.85 

Filed April 20, 1912. 

J. Stewart Letvis 

Advertising $ 4.00 

Postage and Telegrams .56 

Traveling expenses 3.00—$ 7.56 

Filed May 8, 1912. 



Total $ 588.41 



FOR STATE CHEMIST. 

R, E. Rose 

Assessment fee $ 125.00—$ 125.00 

No additional expenses. 
Statements filed April 20, 1912, 
and May 10, 1912. 

FOR RAILROAD COMMISSIONER. 

Ro,yal C. Dunn — 

Assessment fee $ 125.00 

Traveling expenses 90.25 

Postage 189.58 

Printing 41.25 

Clerical aid 14.55 

Express and telegrams 1.65 

Stationery 4.25—$ 466.53 

Filed April 20, 1912. 



296 



Royal C. Dunn- 



Traveling expenses $ 53.45 

Advertising in newspapers 44.65 

Mailing list 25.00 

Clerical assistance 11.35 

Postage, express and affidavit... 1.40 — $ 135.85 

Filed May 9, 1912. 



Total | 602.38 



John L. Neeley — 

Postage $ 148.00 

Stenographic services 51.85 

Railroad fare 43.45 

Hotel and traveling expenses . . . 52.20 

Newspaper advertising and cuts. 78.40 

Assessment fee 125.00 

Printing 297.50 

Filed April 20, 1912. 



Total | 796.40 



FOR ASSISTANT STATE AUDITOR. 

Henry Curtis — 

Assessment fee I 125.00— f 125.00 

Filed April 19, 1912. 

Henry Curtis 

Advertising $ 6.25— $ 6.25 

Filed May 12, 1912. 

Total $ 131.25 



297 
FOR PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS. 

Jefferson B. Browne — 

Postal cards f 10.0b 

Postage 10.00 

Printing 5.75— $ 25.75 

Filed April 16, 1912. 

Jefferson B. Browne — 

Postal cards $ 5.00 

Printing and advertising 16.25 

Postage 2.00— 23.25 

Filed May 10, 1912. 



Total $ 49.00 



./. Fred DeBerry — 

Telegrams, telephone and sta- 
tionery $ 1.70 

Cards 3.00 

Railroad fare 7.20 

Hotel and bus fare 2.75— $ 14.65 

Filed April 20, 1912. 

Lehuid J. Henderson — 

Stenographic work and sta- 
tionery | 5.00 

Postage .68—1 5.68 

Statements filed April 20, and 
May 8, 1912. 

William Chipley Jones — 

Stationery $ 1.00 

Postage 1.00— $ 2.00 

Filed April 26, 1912. 



298 



W. J. Singletary — 

Cards $ 5.00 

Filed April 20, 1912. 

W. J. Singletary — 

Stamps ..• 1.90—1 6.90 

Filed May 10, 1912. 

E. C. Sparkman — 

Printing $ 1.50 

Postage .25—$ 1.75 

Filed April 22, 1912. 

FOR NATIONAL COMMITTEEMAN 

J. T. G. Crawford— 

Newspaper advertising $ 15.00 

Stamps .50—$ 15.50 

Filed April 19, 1912. 

FOR DELEGATUS TO NATIONAL CONVENTION AT 

LARGE. 

A. J. Angle — 

Postage .08 

Filed April 20, 1912. 

Montcalm Broward — 

No expenses incurred. 
Filed April 22, 1912. 

Frank Chase — 

Advertising $ 17.00 

Stamps and stenographic work.. 11.00 — $ 28.00 

Filed April 22, 1912. 



299 



Frank Chase- 



Stenographic work $ 5.00 

Postage 3.80—$ 8.80 

Filed May 7, 1912. 



Total $ 36.80 



Chas. E. Davis — 

Postage .02 

Filed April 20, 1912. 

Albert W. Gilchrist — 

No expenditures. 
Filed April 20, 1912. 

N. H. Harrison — 

Advertising in newspaper f 5.80 

Stamps -12—f 5.92 

Filed April 24, 1912. 

Edwin D. Lambright — 

Postage $ 1.00—f 1.00 

Filed April 20, 1912. 

Edwin D. Lambright — 

Second statement filed May 9, 1912. 

Edwin D. Lambert — 

Postage $ 2.00—f 2.00 

Edwin D. Lambright — 

Statement filed May 18, 1912. 



Total S 3.00 



300 



Hays Lewis — 

Traveling expenses and board... $ 150.00 

Filed April 20, 1912. 

B. S. Williams— 

Announcing' in newspapers . . . .$ 20.00 

Printing 6.00—$ 26.00 

Filed April 22, 1912. 

FOR DELEGATES TO NATIONAL CONVENTION, 
FIRST DISTRICT. 

P. W. Butler- 
Telegram .38 

Postage .08 

Affidavit .25— .71 

Filed May 7, 1912. 

P. W. Butler- 
Postage .67 

Filed June 5, 1912. 

Total $ 1.38 

W. Hunt Harris 

Campaign expenses approx- 

mately $ 10.00— f 10.00 

Filed April 16, 1912. 

W. Hunt Harris — 
Distribution of advertisements..! 11.00 

Advertising 38.50—$ 19.50 

Filed June 3, 1912. 

Total $ 59.50 



301 



Wayne Thomas- 



Postage $ 1.12 

Printing 2.00— $ 3.12 

Filed April 22, 1912. 

FOR DELEGATES TO NATIONAL CONVENTION, 
SECOND DISTRICT. 

Minor $. Jones — ■ 

Postage .30 

Filed April 22, 1912. 

FOR DELEGATES TO NATIONAL CONVENTION, 
THIRD DISTRICT. 

J. F. G. Griggs— 

Advertising $ 10.00—$ 10.00 

Filed April 20, 1912. 

J. F. C. Griggs— 

Railroad fare $ 7.84 

Hack fare, hotel bills and postage 23.65 

Advertising 32.20—$ G3.69 

Filed May 9, 1912. 

Total $ 73.69 



Frank L. Mayes — 

Printing and postage $ 14.25 

Railroad and automobile fare . . . 4.90 — $ 19.15 
Filed April 20, 1912. 



302 



Frank L. Hayes — 

Postage $ 46.00 

Office help 15.00 

Printing and advertising 93.40 — $ 154.40 

Filed May 7, 1912. 



Total | 173.55 



F. G. Renshaw — 

Printing $ 42.50 

Distributing circulars 7.50 

Hire of hall and board 25.0—$ 75.00 

Filed April 24, 1912. 

FOR CONGRESSMAN AT LARGE. 

Braxton Beacham — 

Newspaper advertising $ 269.52 

Personal expense 550.00 

Expense for automobiles 80.00 

Assessment fee 375.00-4 1,274.52 

Filed April 19, 1912. 

Claude UEngle — 

Postage $ 250.97 

Newspaper advertising 273.16 

Traveling expenses 458.85 

Telegrams 9.60 

Literature and printing 201.08 

Express on literature 4.60 

Assessment fee 375.00 

Stenographic work 117.50 

Typewriter rent 7.50 

Rubber stamps 3.50 



30.: 



Electros 11.80 

Engraving 15.00 

Jacksonville meeting 27.00 

Tacking signs 2.00 

Stationery 31.32—$ 1,788.88 

Filed April 20, 1912. 

Claude L'Engle — 

Traveling expenses $ 47.50 

Telegrams 11.25 

Postage 14.26 

Newspaper advertising 068.25 

Engraving 38.50 

Mailing tubes 5.00 

Clerical work 5.00 

Printing 29.25 

Tacking placards 5.00 

Jacksonville meeting 119.19 

Livery and autos 47.50— | 990.70 

Filed May 11,1912. 

Claude L'Engle — 

Postage $ 123.00 

Newspaper advertising 142.80 

Tacking signs 10.00 

Clerical work 39.15 

Telegrams 1.10 

Printing 129.40 

Traveling expenses 30.61 

Advertising Pensacola meeting. . 18.25 

Stationery 7.00 

Engraving 11.50—$ 512.81 

Filed May 21, 1912. 



304 



Claude L'Engle- 



Telephone I 2S.S5 

Traveling expenses 172.21) 

Printing 236.07 

Advertising 1,117.24 

Postage 119.10 

Supplies .90 

Clerical 97.59 

Express and drayage 2.85 

Multigraphing 45.20 

Engraving 45.00 

Livery and antos 75.00 

Jacksonville meeting 85.00 

Telegrams 90.68 

Signs 39.50—1 2,155.27 

Contributions $6.00 

Filed June 8, 1912. 

Total | 5,447.66 



George C. Martin — 

Advertising $ 174.00 

Assessment fee 375.00 

Traveling expenses 97.65 

Hotel bills 250.00 

Incidental expenses 30.00—| 926.65 

Filed April 20, 1912. 

J. Ed. O'Brien — 

Advertising $ 406.9S 

Office expenses 22.30 

Telegrams, express and postage.. 42.14 

Office help 237.85 

Traveling expenses 618.75 



305 



Political workers 845.35 

Assessment fee 375.00— $ 2,548.37 

Filed April 20, 1912. 

J. Ed. O'Brien— 

Advertising f 81.90 

Political workers 310.00 

Postage, telegrams, etc 19.60 

Traveling expenses 64.60 — $ 476.10 



Contributions received. .$4,775.00 
Contributions returned. 2,300.00 



$2,475.00 
Filed Mav 6, 1912. 



Total $ 3,024.47 



W. M. Toomer — 

Stamps, stationery and tele- 
grams $ 1,282.55 

Clerk hire 6S3.25 

Printing and advertising 1,796.00 

Traveling expenses 226.25 

Assessment fee 375.00 

Hotel bills 90.00 

Telephone tolls 5.55—$ 4,458.60 

Contributions $1,000. 

Filed statements, April 22, May 9, 
and May 17, 1912. 

Albert M. Williamson — 

Assessment fee $ 375.00 

Advertising 400.00 

19— s. s. 



306 

Traveling expenses 500.00 

Distributing posters 10.00— ft 1,285.00 

Filed April 22, 1912. 

FOR CONGRESS FIRST DISTRICT. 

Herbert 8. Phillips 

Postage $ 700.00 

Printing 417.28 

Traveling expenses 100.00 

Assessment fee 375.00— >ft 1,622.28 

Filed April 18, 1912. 

Herbert 8. Phillips — 

Carriages used at polls ft 48.00 

Automobile used at polls 20.00 

Band at Tampa 35.00 

Seats at Tampa 25.00 

Band at St. Petersburg 7.50 

Banners and circulars 25.15 

Band at Key West 20.00 

Publication articles in news- 
papers 307.33—f 487.98 

Contributions $74.00. 

Filed May 9, 1912. 

Total ft 2,110.26 

8. M. 8 parkin an — 

Traveling expenses, about 100.00 

Assessment fee I 375.00 

Clerical work, stationery, tele- 
grams, etc 1,521.98 



307 



Printing and advertising 1,399.62 

Political workers 442.75 

Postage 1,020.83—1 4,860.18 

Contributions $4,705.00 

Statements filed April 20, and 
May 9, 1912. 

FOR CONGRESS, SECOND DISTRICT. 

R. Hudson Burr — 

Assessment fee I 375.00 

Advertising 1,081.07 

Express 19.38 

Clerical help 1 61.00 

Office rent and expenses 35.87 

Telegraph and telephone 16.21 

Stationery 26.25 

Postage '324.57 

Railroad fare 144.40 

Hotel bills 229.50 

Livery 12.00 

• Printing 380.25—$ 2,805.50 

Filed April 22, 1912. 

R. Hudson Burr — 

Advertising $ 1,726.93 

Express 2.85 

Clerical help 364.46 

Office rent and expenses 16.65 

Telegraph and telephone 43.28 

Stationery 14.00 

Postage 95.06 

Railroad fare 14.25 

Hotel bills 22.50 



308 



Livery .75 

Printing 211.97 

Posting 39.45—1 2,5.12.15 



Contributions $590.00 

Filed Mav 11, 1912. 



Total I 5,357.05 



Frank Clark- — 

Assessment fee $ 375.00 

Advertising, etc 208.00 

Kailroad, hack and auto fare .... 314.57 

Stenographer 11.00 

Expense holding meetings 46.00 

Expense, travel, etc., others 155.00—$ 1,109.57 

Filed April 20, 1912. 

Frank Clark — 

Postage, express and telegrams. .$ 283.25 
Traveling expenses, hire of hacks 

and automobiles 134.10 

Printing and advertising 950.84 

Clerical & stenographic work . . . 07.50 
Expense holding meetings, bands, 

etc 152150 

Hotel bills 50.00 

Political workers 345.00— $ 1,989.19 

Filed May 10, 1912. 

Frank Clark — 

Postage, telegrams and telephone.! 34.60 

Printing and advertising 228.00 

Railroad fare and auto hire .... 90.60 



309 



Hall rent and clerical work 45.50 

Expense distributing literature, 

etc 129.00 

Hotel bills 68.00— f 595.70 

Filed May 18, 1912. 

Frank Clark — 

Telegrams, telephone and post- 
age | 131.65 

Advertising and printing 191.63 

Hack and auto fare, bands, etc. . 368.25 

Stenographic vork and hotel 
bills 73.50 

Workers, watchers and in- 
cidentals 309.00—1 1,074.03 

Filed June 7, 1912. 

Total | 4,768.49 

S. J. Hilburn — 

Printing and advertising $ 2,563.25 

Postage, express and telegrams. . 768.84 
Office help and other expenses. . . 1,115.86 
Assessment and traveling ex- 
penses 640.00—1 5,087.95 

Filed April 17, 1912. 

8. J. Hilburn 

Printing and advertising $ 1,485.42 

Postage, express and telegrams.. 69.51 

Office help and other expenses. . . 233.98 
Traveling expenses, self and 

others 122.00— | 1,910.91 

Filed May 9, 1912. 



310 



8. J. Hilbitrn — 



Printing and advertising $ 171.59 

Postage and express 26.25 

Office help 100.00 

Traveling expenses 53.20 — $ 351.U4 

Filed May 21, 1912. 

8. J. Hilburnr— 

Printing and advertising $ 528.34 

Postage, express and telegrams . . 181.03 

Traveling expenses 44.50 

Office help and other expenses. . . 197.99—.$ 951.86 

Contributions . .> $58.85 

Filed June 5, 1912. 



Total # 8,301.76 



FOR CONGRESS, THIRD DISTRICT. 

Wm. IT". Flour no a — 

Assessment fee $ 375.00 

Personal expenses 361.35 

Stationery, writing and printing 

(other than in newspapers) . . . 558.15 

Newspaper advertising 2,674.18 

Distributing literature 178.61 

Postage 581.37 

Telegrams 14.18— $ 4,742.84 

Filed April 20, 1912. 

Wm. W. Flournoy— 

Personal expenses $ 226.95 

Stationery and printing 493.66 



311 



Newspaper advertising 572.11 

Distributing, letters, posters, etc. 5.40 

Postage . . . , 21.35 

Telegrams 0.43— f 1,328.00 

Filed May 0, 1912. 



Total | 0,071.74 

Dannitte H. Mays — 

Printing and advertising f 655.75 

Expense, J. D. Stephens 105.00 

Teams, autos, postage and tele- 
grams 131.40 

Railroad fare, hotel bills and in- 
cidentals 154.25 

Assessment fee 375.00— $ 1,421.40 

Filed April 19, 1912. 

Dannitte H. Mays — 

Traveling expenses and hotel 

bills | 46.50 

Advertising and printing 150.50 

Clerical and other expenses 61.50— f 258.50 

Filed May 10, 1912. 

Total | 1,679.90 

Emmett Wilson — 

Advertising and Printing $ 1,314.74 

Postage, express and telegrams.. 402.22 

Assessment and traveling ex- 
penses 586.32 

Clerical work, procuring names, 

etc 293.25^ 2,596.53 

Filed April 20, 1912. 



312 

Emmett Wilson — 

Advertising in newspapers f 75.00 

Posting and distributing cards 

and circulars 125.00 

Traveling expenses 105.00— $ 305.00 

Filed May 9, 1912. 

Emmett Wilson — 

Advertising in newspapers $ 60.00 

Traveling expenses 35.00 

Telegrams 2.50—$ 97.50 

Filed May 18, 1912. 



Total $ 2,999.03 



FOR STATE ATTORNEY, FIRST JUDICIAL 
CIRCUIT. 

C. Moreno Jones — ■ 

Advertising and printing $ 269.95 

Postage, express and telegrams. . 78.00 

Assessment fee 120.00 

Traveling and other expenses . . . 151.20 — $ 619.15 
Filed April 17, 1912. 

C. Moreno Jones — 

Advertising and printing $ 144.82 

Traveling expenses 13.50— f 179.32 

Filed May 8, 1912. 



Total $ 798.47 



313 



John P. Stokes- 



Advertising and printing f 612.60 

Postage 163.00 

Assessment fee 120.00 

Traveling and other expenses . . . 77.50 — $ 973.10 
Filed April 19, 1912. 

John P. Stokes — 

Advertising $ 203.44 

Postage and traveling expenses . . 30.00 — $ 233.44 
Filed May 9, 1912. 



Total $ 1,206.54 



FOR STATE ATTORNEY, SECOND JUDICIAL 
CIRCUIT. 

John W. Henderson — 

Advertising $ 194.25 

Traveling expenses 20.00 

Postage and stationery 52.45 

Assessment fee 120.00—$ 386.70 

Filed April 19, 1912. 

John W. Henderson — 

Traveling expenses f 7.55 — $ 7.55 

Filed May 11, 1912. 

Total $ 394.25 



George W. Walker — 

Assessment fee -f 120.00 

Traveling expenses 56.30 



314 



Advertising and printing G0.25 

Office rent, postage and station- 
ery 13.00— $ 249.55 

Filed April 10, 1912. 

George IU Walker — 

Traveling expenses f 5.50 

Printing and advertising 16.30— f 21.80 

Filed May 7, 1912. 



Total $ 271.3:; 



FOR STATE ATTORNEY THIRD JUDICIAL 
CIRCUIT. 

Stafford Caldiccll— 

Assessment fee $ 120.00 

Printing and advertising 310.35 

# Other expenses 531.32— | 961.07 

.Filed April 16, 1912. 

Stafford Caldwell— 

Advertising and printing f 81.43 

Traveling expenses 33.55 

Postage and telegrams 47.65—$ 162.63 

Filed May 7, 1912. 

Stafford Caldwell — 

Advertising and printing $ 194.12 

Postage and telegrams 86.25 

Traveling expenses and clerk hire 32.61—$ 312.98 
Filed May 18, 1912. 



315 

Stafford Caldwell— 

Advertising and printing -f 75.15 

Postage and telegrams 119.17 

Traveling expenses and clerk hire 51.89 — -f 246.21 

Filed June 6, 1912. 



Total | 1,683.49 



J. B. Hodges — 

Assessment fee $ 120.00 

Printing, postage and advertis- 
ing 198.70 

Traveling expenses 81.25—1 399.95 

Filed April 19, 1912: 

J. B. Hodges — 

Traveling expenses f 18.30 

Printing and postage 27.00 

Stenographer and telephone 43.00— .f S8.30 

Filed May 7, 1912. 

J. B. Hodges — 

Printing and postage $ 25.00 

Traveling expenses 15.75 — % 40.75 

Contributions $60.00 

Filed Mav 15, 1912. 



Total | 529.00 



J. W. McKinnoji — 

Assessment fee $ 120.00 

Traveling expenses 95.56 

Printing and advertising 106.00— f 321.56 

Filed April 16, 1912. 



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J. W. McKinnon — 



Traveling expenses $ 19.40 

Printing and advertising 32.15 — f 51.55 

Filed May 7, 1912. 



Total $ 373.11 



FOR STATE ATTORNEY, FOURTH JUDICIAL 
CIRCUIT. 

Wm. A. Eallowes, Jr. — 

Assessment fee $ 120.00 

Advertising 29.50—$ 149.50 

Statements filed April 15 and 
May 7, 1912. 

FOR STATE ATTORNEY, SEVENTH JUDICIAL 
CIRCUIT. 

John G. Jones — 

Assessments f 155.00 

Traveling expenses 170.55 

Printing and advertising 455.35 

Postage and other expenses 208.00—$ 988.90 

Filed April 20, 1912. 

Gary D. Land is — 

Printing and advertising $ 328.23 

Traveling expenses 121.55 

Assessment fee 120.00 

Postage and other expenses 220.00—$ 789.78 

Filed April 19, 1912. 



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Printing and advertising f 3«0.93 

Postage 154.50 

Traveling and other expenses ... 104.35 — $ (510.78 
Filed May 6. 1012. 



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List of Registered Chauffeurs. 



Kegistered in the office of the Secretary of State, during 
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Acts of 1905. 

A tax of $2.00 collected for each Chauffeur registered. 



No. 


Name. 


1 
Residence. Motive Power. 

1 


464 


Arthur Robinson 


Ocala, Fla |Gasoline. 


465 


James Barclay.. 


Miami, Fla | Gasoline. 


466 


E. C. Etheridge. 


Winter Haven,] 

Fla | Gasoline. 


467 


L. A. Crawford. 


W. Palm Beach, | 






Fla 


Gasoline. 


468 


John A. Garrett. 


W. Palm Beach, | 








Fla 


Gasoline. 


469 


Walter Schoch . 


Kissimmee, Fla... 


Gasoline. 


470 


Jas. A. Schriner 


Daytona, Fla. . .. 


Gasoline. 


471 


O. O. Hyde 


Ft. Myers, Fla. .. 


Gasoline. 


472 


Claude Lyon . .. 


Leesburg, Fla. . . 


Gasoline. 


473 


G. Barton Hall.lLa Belle, Fla. ... 


Gasoline. 


474 


F. E. Wingate. . iBartow, Fla 


Gasoline. 


475 




Gasoline. 


476 


Jas. Height . . . . |Seabreeze, Fla. .. 


Gasoline. 


477 


James Stapleton 


Seabreeze, Fla. . . 


Gasoline. 


478 


Arthur L. Strain 


Seabreeze, Fla. .. 


Gasoline. 


479 


Edgar Robinson. 


Seabreeze, Fla. .. 


Gasoline. 


480 


R. F. Hoffman.. 


Daytona, Fla. . .. 


Gasoline. 


481 


Donald E. Achor 


Ft. Myers, Fla.. . 


Gasoline. 


482 


Joe Blocker .... 


Altamonte Spgs 








Fla. '. 


Gasoline. 


483 


Geo. H. Couklin. 


Ormond, Fla. . . . 


Gasoline. 


484 


H. E. Marshall..! Sarasota, Fla. .. 


Gasoline. 


485 


W. M. Hill |W. Palm Beach, 






S. P. Hadley... 


Fla 


Gasoline. 


486 


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Gasoline. 









489 



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1 

No.\ Name. 


Residence. 


Motive Power. 


487 |M. E. Gruber... 


W. Palm Beach, 








Fla 


Gasoline. 


488 


F. W. Fruend . . 


W. Palm Beach, 






Fla IGasoline. 


489 


L. T. Milton . . . 


Orlando, Fla. . . . IGasoline. 


490 


William Lane . . 


Ormond Beach, | 




Addison Lally .. 


Fla 


Gasoline. 


491 


Daytona, Fla. . .. 


Gasoline. 


492 


Blake Hart 


Daytona, Fla. . .. 


Gasoline. 


493 


H. C. Clark 


W. Palm Beach, 








Fla 


Gasoline. 


494 


C. 0. Moseley. .. 


Limona, Fla. . . . 


Gasoline. 


495 


Robert Glasbren- 










Daytona, Fla. . .. 
Seabreeze, Fla. .. 


Gasoline. 


496 


A. M. Tucker . . . 


Gasoline. 


497 


E. T. Stutevant. 




Gasoline. 


498 


Leo A. Wood . . 


W. Palm Beach. 










499 


C. F. Turner . . . 


Interlachen, Fla.. IGasoline. 


500 


John S. Camp- 






bell 


City Point, Fla. ..(Gasoline. 


501 


Lloyd V. Sager. 


St. Petersburg, | 




Francis S. Ford 


Fla 


Gasoline. 
Gasoline. 


502 


Daytona, Fla. . . 


503 


Kirby C. Smith. 


Daytona Beach, | 




Enoch Albriton 


Fla 


Gasoline. 
Gasoline. 


504 


St. Cloud, Fla. .. 


505 


J. Rex Portser.. 


Daytona, Fla. ...IGasoline. 


506 


H. B. Lester. ... 


Maitland, Fla. . . IGasoline. 


507 


Martin Mead . .. 


New Smyrna, | 


508 


S. K. Whaley... 


Daytona, Fla. . . 'Gasoline. 


509 


Arthur B. Leete 


Daytona, Fla. ..|Gasoline. 


510 


E. J. L'Emjle. . . 


Jacksonville, Fla. IGasoline. 


511 


W. H. McClain, 


Ft. Lauderdale, | 




Jr 




512 


Sim Thomas . . . 


Dunnellon, Fla. . [Gasoline. 


513 


J. K. Dorn 


Miami, Fla IGasoline. 


514 


Duval S. Floyd. [Jacksonville, Fla.|Gasoline. 



490 



LIST OF EEGISTEKED CHAUFFEURS.— Continued. 



No.\ 



Name. 



Residence. 



Motive Power, 



515|Jas. M. Hadden.| 

516 R, E. Skarrard.. 

517 J. D. Metcalf . . 

518 Gilbert Bunnell. 

519 R. O. Ward 

520 J. W. McGregor. 

521 Irvin G. Fields. 

522 Ben Wiggins . . . 

523 Frank Lawson . 

524 Lewis Bracco . . 

525 A. H. Skepard-| 

son 

526 B. B. Smith 

527 Richard Gadson. 

528 J. C. Colbert . . . 

529 Fred Higgins . . . 

530 Charles Solomon 

531 L. E. Osborn... 

532 Bill Pearson . . . 

533 J. M. Culpepper. 

534 Arthur Priddy.. 

535 T. J. Barnett... 

536 Amos Peeples . . 

537 M. D. Lamon . . . 

538 Talmage Haynes 

539 William Merwin 

540 P. W. Glisson... 
541 1 Clarence Merwin 

542 Edgar C. Dunn . 

543 DeWitt C. Miller 

544 W. H. Kendrick 

545 Frank Brown . . 

546 Richard M. Cone 

547 Edw. Williams.. 

548 Lois D. Leavitt.. 

549 Chas. T. Connor 

550 Gilimer Berkel- 



W. Palm Beach. 

Fla J 

Pensacola, Fla. . . 
Dnnnellon, Fla. . 

Miami, Fla 

Winter Park, Fla. 
Daytona, Fla. . . 
St. Petersburg, 

Fla 

Orlando, Fla. ... 
Orlando, Fla. ... 
Cocoa, Fla 



Lakeland, Fla. 
Brown ville, Fla.. 
Orlando. Fla. . . . 

Ocala, Fla 

Jnterlachen, Fla.. 
Orlando, Fla. . . . 
Morriston, Fla. . 
Palatka, Fla. . . . 
Palatka, Fla. . . . 
Palatka, Fla. 
Palatka, Fla. 

I Ocala, Fla 

[Palatka, Fla. . . . 
| Lakeland, Fla. . . 
'Palatka, Fla. . . . 
IPalatka, Fla. . . . 
Palatka, Fla. . . . 
Daytona, Fla. . . 
Orlando, Fla. . . 

Tampa, Fla 

Palatka, Fla. . . . 
Orlando, Fla. . . . 
Jacksonville, Fla 
Orange City. Fla 
Pensacola, Fla. . 



mann Ilnterlachen, Fla. 



Gasoline. 
Gasoline. 
Gasoline. 
Gasoline. 
Gasoline. 
Gasoline. 

Gasoline. 
Gasoline. 
Gasoline. 
Gasoline. 

Gasoline. 
Gasoline. 
Gasoline. 
Gasoline. 
Gasoline. 
Gasoline. 
Gasoline. 
Gasoline. 
Gasoline. 
Gasoline. 
Gasoline. 
Gasoline. 
Gasoline. 
Gasoline. 
Gasoline. 
Gasoline. 
Gasoline. 
Gasoline. 
Gasoline. 
Gasoline. 
Gasoline. 
Gasoline. 
Gasoline. 
Gasoline. 
Gasoline. 

Gasoline. 



491 



LIST OF REGISTERED CHAUFFEURS.— Continued. 



No.\ 



Name. 



Residence. 



Motive Poiver 



551 
552 
553 
554 
555 
556 

557 

558 
559 
560 
561 

562 
563 
564 
565 
566 
567 
568 
569 
570 
571 
572 
573 
574 
575 
576 
577 
578 
579 
580 
581 
582 
583 
584 



Calvin G. Page.. 

E. F. Dupont. . . 
Harry P. Martin 
Angus Peeples. . 
Albert S. Lagan 
Clarence Single- 
ton 

H. N. Bagley . . . 
R. P. Driggers.. 

F. D. Coleman. . 
Fisher Oates . . . 
Juan C. Edmun- 

doz, M. D. ... 
S. M. Williams.. 
Chas. L. Nutt... 
M. V. Dillard... 
F. W. Smith .... 

O. E. Jacks 

John Carpenter. 
Earl C. Regan. . 
Glenn Newsum.. 
E. A. Lancaster 
Leon Boynton .. 

C. Gabrielson . . 
Ralsey Miller .. 
W. B. Whitman 

Lacy Ellis 

L. M. Hutchins. 
Geo. Patterson . 
J. E. Klock .... 

D. W. Waldron. 
W. J. Moore . . . 

W. B. Paul 

Chas. Tierney . . 
Louis Moroni . . 

E. M. Goodall.. 



585 ID. R. Bodwell.. 



Wauchula, Fla... 
Plattsburg, N. Y. 
Plattsburg, N. Y. 
Silver Sp'gs, Fla. 
Orlando, Fla. . . . 

Palatka, Fla. . . 

Tampa, Fla 

Orlando. Fla. . . . 
Jacksonville, Fla. 
Laurell Hill, Fla. 

Zolfo. Fla 

Wauchula, Fla. . . 
Tavares, Fla. . . • 
Orlando, Fla. . . . 

Zolfo, Fla 

Tampa, Fla 

Orlando, Fla. . . . 

Pierce, Fla 

Live Oak, Fla. . . . 
Orlando, Fla. . . . 
! Orlando, Fla. . . . 
[Lantana, Fla. . . 
jMt. Dora, Fla. 

Miami, Fla 

Lakeland, Fla. . . 
Orlando, Fla. . . 
Rockwell, Fla. . 

Ocala, Fla. 

Ormond, Fla. . .. 

Miami, Fla 

West Tampa, Fla. 
Ft. Myers, Fla... 
Little River, Fla. 
Daytona Beach. 

Fla 

Daytona Beach, 

Fla 



Gasoline. 
Gasoline. 
Gasoline. 
Gasoline. 
Gasoline. 

Gasoline. 
Gasoline. 
Gasoline. 
Gasoline. 
Gasoline. 

Gasoline. 
Gasoline. 
Gasoline. 
Gasoline. 
Gasoline. 
Gasoline. 
Gasoline. 
Gasoline. 
Gasoline. 
Gasoline. 
Gasoline. 
Gasoline. 
Gasoline. 
Gasoline. 
Gasoline. 
| Gasoline. 
[Gasoline. 
'Gasoline. 
[Gasoline. 
(Gasoline. 
[Gasoline. 
IGasoline. 
[Gasoline. 

IGasoline. 

i 
IGasoline. 



492 



LIST OF REGISTERED CHAUFFEURS.— Continued. 



No, 



Name. 



Residence. 



Motive Power, 



586 

587 

588 
589 
590 
591 

592 
593 
594 
595 
596 
597 
598 



Lee M. Waite. . . 
Geo. A. Cham- 
berlain 

J. E. Johnson. ., 
Oscar Medlin . . 
Austin Miller . . 
Paul B. Quast .. 

K. F. Heath . . . 
Chas. Lambrecht 
S. Mackenzie . . . 
H. R. Reynolds.. 
J. H. Alison . . . 

J. E. Gibson 

Richard- 



Gasoline. 



Gasoline. 



New Smyrna. 
Daytona Beach, 

Fla 

Orange City, Fla. [Gasoline. 
Gainesville, Fla.. JGasoline. 
Gainesville, Fla.. |Gasoline. 
W. Palm Beach,} 

Fla. JGasoline. 

Gasoline. 

Gasoline. 

Gasoline. 

Gasoline. 

Gasoline. 

Gasoline. 



Holly Hill, Fla.. 
Daytona, Fla. . 
Daytona, Fla. . 
Ormond. Fla. . . 
Gainesville, Fla. 
Gainesville, Fla. 



Gainesville, Fla. 
Gainesville, Fla. 
Miami, Fla. . . . 
Miami, Fla. . . . 
Orlando, Fla. . . 



Mason 

son 

599 C. W. Hill 

600 Joe Quarterman. 

601 C. H. Ward . . . 

602 F. McLaughlin . 

603 E. G. Van De-| 
Cas I Century, Fla. .. 

604 C. E. Milliken. . |Lynn, Mass. . . . 

605 C. B. Wingate. . |Davtona, Fla. . 

606 I. H. Tucker . . . 'Orlando Fla. . . 

607 W. W. Hampton | Gainesville, Fla. 

608 F. J. Hampton.. [Gainesville, Fla. 
609|Marvin Mason. . |Gainesville, Fla. 

610 1 John Crossett . . Miami, Fla 

6111 Austin Ames . ..jChiplev, Fla. ... 
612|j. Bishop lOrlando, Fla. .. 



613 

614 
615 



Louis Hoffmann. | Rockledge, Fla. . 
Sidney J. Young | Portland, Maine. 
Geo. E. Bates. . JAltamonte Sp'gs, 
Fla 



616|Everett C. Bates 

617|Herbert Lamson. 
618|Irvin Smith ... 



Gasoline. 
Gasoline. 
Gasoline. 
Gasoline. 
'Gasoline. 

Gasoline. 
Gasoline. 
Gasoline. 
Gasoline. 
Gasoline. 
Gasoline. 
Gasoline. 
Gasoline. 
Gasoline. 
Gasoline. 
Gasoline. 
Gasoline. 

Gasoline. 



Altamonte Sp'gs, 

Fla [Gasoline. 

Jacksonville, Fla. [Gasoline. 
Winter Park, Fla. [Gasoline. 



493 



LIST OF REGISTERED CHAUFFEURS.— Continued. 



No. 


Name. 


1 

Residence. 


1 

1 Motive Power. 


619 


M. A. Butler. . 


[Orlando, Fla. ,. . . 


| Gasoline. 


620 


Walter Bouton. 


[Orlando, Fla. . . . 


| Gasoline. 


621 


C. J. Edmunds. 


jOrmond, Fla. . . . 


[Gasoline. 


622 


H. K. Graves. . 


jOrmond, Fla. . . . 


| Gasoline. 


623 


A. R. McAdams. 


! Miami, Fla 


I Gasoline. 


624 


Lloyd J. Wig-| 








.1 Orange Citv, Fla 


iGasoline. 


625 


Victor White . . 


.Cocoa, Fla 


IGasoline. 


626 


H. Lawrence . . 


[Jacksonville, Fla 


IGasoline. 


627 


Cyril Mclntyre 


(Jacksonville, Fla 


JGasoline. 


628 


H. M. Pridham. 


IW. Palm Beach 


1 




Adolf Carlson .. 


Fla 


IGasoline. 


629 


|Ormond, Fla. . . . 


[Gasoline. 


630 


LaR. Houghton 


[Titusville, Fla. . 


IGasoline. 


631 


B. J. Millard. .. 




IGasoline. 


632 (Leslie Nicholsor 


[lOrlando, Fla. .. . 


IGasoline. 


633 


Harry Banks . . 


.'Seabreeze, Fla. . 


JGasoline. 


634 


Walter A. Grace lOrmond Beach 


1 


!' 


Fla 


[Gasoline. 


635 


F. C. Prather. ... 


IDaytona, Fla. . . 


IGasoline. 


636 


D. E. Marsh 


jPensacola, Fla. . 


JGasoline. 


637 


J. J. Kealv 


'Ormond, Fla. . . . 


JGasoline. 


638 


Oliphant Hitch. 


iDavtona, Fla. . . 


JGasoline. 


639 


C. M. Broden 


•1 






baugh 


! Plant Citv, Fla.. 


IGasoline. 


640 


Willie GinwrightiKissimmee, Fla.. 


iGasolme. 


641 1 Clarence Minx . 


Kissimmee, Fla.. 


[Gasoline. 


642 


Robert R. Scott. 1 Miami, Fla 


IGasoline. 


643 


Bryant Bond . . 


IDaytona, Fla. . . 


[Gasoline. 


644 


Edw. P. Wells.. 


'Seabreeze, Fla. . 


[Gasoline 


645 


Arthur Crawford j Seabreeze, Fla. . 


(Gasoline. 


646 


R. L. Hines .... 


|Palatka, Fla. . . . 


IGasoline. 


647 


Robert Ihnken . 


lOrlando, Fla. . . . 


JGasoline. 


648 


A. W. Peterson. 


iDavtona Beach 






R. E. Hieroni 


Fla 


'Gasoline. 


649 


■1 






mus 


IWauchula, Fla . . 


IGasoline. 


650 


G. C. Gwinner. . 


IDaytona, Fla. .. . 


[Gasoline. 


651 


B. B. Bowie . . . 


JQcala, Fla 


JGasoline. 



494 



LIST OF REGISTERED CHAUFFEURS.— Continued. 



No. 



Name. 



Residence. 



Motive Power 



652 
653 

654 
655 
656 
657 
658 
659 
660 

661 
662 
663 
664 
665 
666 
667 
668 
668 

669 

670 
671 
672 

673 
674 
675 

676 

677 

678 

679 
680 
681 

682 



Willie Jones . . . 
Geo. A. Shackel- 
ford 

Leland Hatch .. 
L. S. Caine .... 

C. E. Ross 

A. F. Arkebauer 

R. O. Porter 

C. B. Brazier. . . 
Aaron McKin- 



Sanford, Fla. . . . j Gasoline. 



ney 

C. H. Blomberg. 

B. W. Spire 

T. C. Almond... 
R, F. McMullen. 
John W. Bailey. 
Julius Battle 
Henry Getz .... 
L. C. Cumbie . . . 
Limas Mitchell 

V. A. Newell... 

Arthur Anderson 
J. C. Adkins. . .. 

D. W. Budd 

G. P. Paxton... 
G. C. Dolive . . . 

C. E. Carlson. . . 
Catherine Hamp- 
ton 

Edwin Hampton 
J. R. Anthony, 

Jr 

R. H. Fought... 
Ralph W. Hoyt. 

E. V. Nabell.... 
L. A. O'Neal . . . 



Miami, Fla 

Orlando, Fla. . . . 
Palatka, Fla. . . . 
Jacksonville, Fla. 
Formosa, Fla. . . 
Daytona, Fla. . . 
Pensacola, Fla. ., 

Winter Park, Fla. 
Titusville, Fla. .. 
Orlando, Fla. . . . 
Ft. Pierce, Fla. . . 
Largo, Fla. . . . 
Wall Sp'gs, Fla.. 
Orlando, Fla. . . . 
Kissimmee, Fla.. 

Moffitt, Fla 

St. Petersburg, 

Fla 

New Smyrna, 

Fla 

Lakeland, Fla. . . 
Gainesville, Fla.. 
St. Petersburg, 

Fla 

Sanford, Fla. 
Orlando, Fla. . . . 
Arcadia, Fla. . . . 

Gainesville, Fla... 
Gainesville, Fla... 

W. Palm Beach, 
Hawks Park, Fla. 
Fernandina, Fla.. 
Arcadia, Fla. . . . 
Tampa, Fla 



[Gasoline 
[Gasoline 
JGasoline 
Gasoline 
Gasoline 
Gasoline 
Gasoline 



Gasoline 

[Gasol 

[Gasol 

Gasol 

Gasoline 

Gasoline 

Gasoline 

Gasol 

Gasoline 



ine. 
ine. 
ne. 



Gasoline. 

Gasoline. 
Gasoline. 
Gasoline. 

Gasoline. 
Gasoline. 
Gasoline. 
Gasoline. 

Gasoline. 
Gasoline. 

Gasoline. 
Gasoline. 
Gasoline. 
Gasoline. 
Gasoline. 



495 



LIST OF REGISTERED CHAUFFEURS.— Continued. 



No. 


Name. 


Residence. 


Motive Power. 


683 


Daniel Ryals . . . 




Gasoline. 


684 


Louis Evans . . . 




Gasoline. 


685 


J. E. Fletcher.. 




Gasoline. 


686 


J. H. Gato , , 




Gasoline. 


687 


W. J. McKillip. 




Gasoline. 


688 


C. R. Bechtel . . 


Tampa, Fla 


Gasoline. 


689 


A. G. Powell... 


Tampa, Fla 


Gasoline. 


690 


Arthur Schofleld 


Nichols, Fla. . . . | 


Gasoline. 


691 


E. C. Smith 


Bartow, Fla 


Gasoline. 


692 


W. M. Alsobrook 


Largo, Fla 


Gasoline. 


693 


B. L. Wills, Jr.. 


Plant City, Fla.. 


Gasoline. 


694 


S. E. Varnes... 


Arcadia, Fla. . . 


Gasoline. 


695 


George Gaines. . 




Gasoline. 


696 




Arcadia, Fla. . . . 


Gasoline. 


697 


J. C. Reynolds. . 


Jacksonville, Fla. 


Gasoline. 


698 


John T. Owen. . 


Jacksonville, Fla. 


Gasoline. 


699 


Edw. M. Hogan. 


Greenville, N. H. 


Gasoline. 


700 


B. T. McWil- 










Live Oak, Fla.... 


Gasoline. 


701 


Wm. Bell 


St. Petersburg, 










Gasoline. 


702 


Jesse Gilbert . . . 


Cocoa, Fla 


Gasoline. 


703 


M. J. Earich. . .. 


Toledo, Ohio 


Gasoline. 


704 


Walter J. Rivers 


Ft. Meade, Fla.. 


Gasoline. 


705 






Gasoline. 


706 


Van Boney 


Ocala, Fla 


Gasoline. 


707 


Rich Langfield . 


Ormond, Fla. . . . 


Gasoline. 


708 


John W. Bell... 


Palm Beach, Fla. 


Gasoline. 


709 


W. S. Perry .... 


Ocala, Fla 


Gasoline. 


710 


Joe Foshee .... 


Clearwater, Fla... 


Gaso'ine. 


711 


C. N. Dillard ... 


Clearwater, Fla... 


Gasoline. 


712 


Jos. M. Dix .... 


Enterprise, Fla. . 


Gasoline. 


713 


Albert O'Neil . . 


Daytona, Fla. . . 


Gasoline. 


714 


J. C. Geiger . . . 


Ocala, Fla 


Gasoline. 


715 


J. M. Johnson .. 


Ocala, Fla 


Gasoline. 


716 


Edw. Traphagan 


St. Augustine, 










Gasoline. 


717 


Lester Snyder . . 




Gasoline. 


718 


|John Erickson.. 


Daytona, Fla. . . 


Gasoline. 



406 



LIST OF REGISTERED CHAUFFEURS.— Continued. 



No. 


Name. 


Residence. 


Motive Power. 


719 
720 
721 
722 

723 

724 


Fred Smith ... 
Elmer Wray . . . 
R. D. Goodrich. 
D. H. Goodrich. 
Max Myers .... 
Donald Flye . . . 


Ocala, Fla 

Avon Park, Fla.. 
Avon Park, Fla.. 
Avon Park, Fla.. 
Seabreeze, Fla. .. 
Winter Park, Fla. 


Gasoline. 
Gasoline. 
Gasoline. 
Gasoline. 
Gasoline. 
Gasoline. 



CORPORATIONS 



(FOREIGN) 

Alabama Fidelity and Casualty Company. 

Incorporated under the laws of the State of Alabama. 
Permit issued July 16 th, 1912. 

Alabama Paving Company. 

Incorporated under the laws of the State of Alabama. 
Permit issued September 6th, 1911. 

Alta Fruit Company. 

Incorporated under the laws of the State of Minnesota. 
Permit issued August 14th, 1912. 

Amalgamated Phosphate Company. 

Incorporated under the laws of the State of West Vir- 
ginia. 

Permit issued August 10th, 1911. 

American Assurance Company. 

Incorporated under the laws of the Commonwealth of 
Pennsylvania. 

Permit issued February 6th, 1912. 

American Bankers Insurance Company, The. 

Incorporated under the laws of the State of Illinois. 
Permit issued February 6th, 1012. 

31— s. s. 



498 



American Cigar Company. 

Incorporated under the laws of the State of New Jersey. 
Permit issued February 16th, 1912. 

American Land and Securities Company. 

Incorporated under the laws of the State of Arizona. 
Permit issued August 6th, 1912. 

American Mortgage and Loan Company. 

Incorporated under the laws of the State of Alabama. 
Permit issued April 2nd, 1912. 

American Naval Sto?~es Company. 

Incorporated under the laws of the State of West Vir- 
ginia. 

Permit issued September 8th, 1911. 

American Patent Manufacturing Company, The 

Incorporated under the laws of the Territory of 
Arizona. 
Permit issued April 29th, 1911. 

American Union Fire Insurance Company. 

Incorporated under the laws of the Commonwealth of 
Pennsylvania. 

Permit issued May 5th, 1911. 

Amicaole Life Insurance Company of Texas. 

Incorporated under the laws of the State of Texas. 
Permit issued July 17th, 1912. 



-499 



Anderson-Marshall Land Company. 

Incorporated under the laws of the State of West 
Virginia. 

Permit issued July 15th, 1912. 

Anheuser-Busch Brewing Association. 

Incorporated under the laws of the State of Mis- 
souri. 

Permit issued June 14th, 1912. 

Arcadia Groves. 

Incorporated under the laws of the Territory of 
Arizona. 

Permit issued January 25th, 1911. 

Artesian Farm, Land Sales Company. 

Incorporated under the laws of the State of Arizona. 
Permit issued July 17th, 1912. 

Assets Realisation Company. 

Incorporated under the laws of the State of New Jersey 
Permit issued May 12th, 1911. 

Associated Holders. 

Incorporated under the laws of the State of New York. 
Permit issued January 23rd, 1911. 

Atlas Dredging Company. 

Incorporated under the laws of the State of New York. 
Permit issued April 18th, 1912. 



500 



Atlas Oil Company, The 



Incorporated under the laws of the State of Ohio. 
Permit issued May 31st, 1912. 

Augusta Tobacco Company. 

incorporated under the laws of the State of Georgia. 
Permit issued November 26th, 1912. 

Austin Drainage Excavator Company, F. C. 

Incorporated under the laws of the State of Illinois. 
Permit issued August 8th, 1912. 

Automatic News Distributing Company. 

Incorporated under the laws of the State of South 
Dakota. 

Permit issued January 20th, 1912. 

Bagdad Land and Lumber Company. 

Incorporated under the laws of the State of Illinois. 
Permit issued March 4th, 1912. 

Bankers Trust Company. 

Certified copy of return of President increasing the 
capital stock from $3000,000.00 to $5,000,000.00. 

Filed August 31st, 1911. 

Bankers Trust Company. 

Eeturn of the President increasing the capital stock 
from $5,000,000.00 to $10,000,000.00. 
Filed April 9th, A. D., 1912. 



501 



Blue Ridge Development Company, The 

Incorporated under the laws of the State of North 
Carolina. 

Permit issued February 5th, 1912. 



Bowman Realty Company. 

Incorporated under the laws of the State of West 
Virginia. 

Permit issued March 22nd, 1911. 

Brooksville and Wiscon Land Company. 

Incorporated under the laws of the State of Minnesota. 
Permit issued April 5th, 1911. 

Butler Brothers. 

Incorporated under the laws of the State of Illinois. 
Permit issued March 28th, 1911. 

Caloosahatehee River Grapefruit Company. 

Incorporated under the laws of the State of Delaware. 
Permit issued May 4th, 1912. 

Cameron and Barkley Company. 

Incorporated under the laws of the State of South 
Carolina. 

Permit issued July 26th, 1912. 

Carolina-Florida Fish Company, The 

Incorporated under the laws of the State of North 
Carolina. 

Permit issued January 22nd, 1912. 



502 

Carolina-Florida Realty Company. 

Incorporated under the laws of the State of South 
Carolina. 
Permit issued November 29th, 1912. 

Carolina-Portland Cement Company. 

Incorporated under the laws of the State of South 
Carolina. 

Permit issued April 20th, 1912. 

Carson Naval Stores Company. 

Incorporated under the laws of the State of Georgia. 
Permit issued July 17th, 1912. 

Central Cypress Company, The 

Incorporated under the laws of the State of New York. 
Permit issued November 7th, 1912. 

Cherokee Life Insurance Company. 

Incorporated under the laws of the State of Georgia. 
Permit issued September 25th, 1912. 

Citizens Fire Insurance Company. 

Incorporated under the laws of the State of West 
Virginia. 

Permit issued July 27th, 1912. 

Citizens National Life Insurance Company. 

Authenticated copy of resolution amending charter. 
Filed July 18th, 1911. 

City lee Company. 

Incorporated under the laws of the State of Georgia. 
Permit issued February 20th, 1911. 



503 

Clarke-Silver man, Realty Company. 

Incorporated under the laws of the State of New York. 
Permit issued June 12th, 1911. 

Commercial Life Insurance and Casualty Company. 

Incorporated under the laws of the State of Georgia. 
Permit issued February 10th, 1911. 

Concentrated Acetylene Company, The 

Incorporated under the laws of Indiana, with certified 
decree of Secretary of State of Indiana as to change of 
name to ''The Prest-O-Lite Company." 

Permit issued April 15th, 1911. 

Cooney-Eckstein & Co. 

Incorporated under the laws of the State of New York. 
Permit issued May 1st, 1912. 

Co-operative Homestead. 

Incorporated under the laws of the State of Ohio. 
Permit issued February 8th, 1911. 

Cosmopolitan Life Insurance Company. 

Incorporated under the laws of the State of Georgia. 
Permit issued February 23rd, 1912. 

Crcosoted Wood Block Paving Company. 

Incorporated under the laws of the State of Louisiana. 
Permit issued November 13th, 1911. 

Deer field Groves Company. 

Incorporated under the laws of the State of New Jersey. 
Permit issued June 27th, 1912. 



504 



DeSoto Land Company, The 

Incorporated under the laws of the Commonwealth of 
Kentucky. 

Permit issued April 5th, 1911. 

Detroit Fire and Marine Insurance Company. 

Incorporated under the laws of the State of Michigan. 
Permit issued June 5th, 1912. 

Diamond Rubber Company, The, of New York. 

Incorporated under the laws of the State of New York. 
Permit issued January 3rd, 1911. 

Dixie Plantation Company, The 

Incorporated under the laws of the State of Colorado. 
Permit issued June 29th, 1911. 

Dundee Naval Stores Company. 

Incorporated under the laws of the State of Georgia. 
Permit issued March 11th, 1911. 

Du Pont Railway and Land Company. 

Incorporated under the laws of the State of Delaware. 
Permit issued August 9th, 1911. 

Empire Life Insurance Company, The 

Incorporated under the laws of the State of Georgia. 
Permit issued March 21st, 1912. 

Eppinger & Russell Company. 

Incorporated under the laws of the State of New York- 
Permit issued May 22nd, 1911. 



505 



Equitable Life Assurance Society of the United States, 
The 

Incorporated under the laws of the State of New York. 
Permit issued August 6th, 1912. 

Equitable Mortgage and Trust Company, The 

Incorporated under the laws of the State of Marylaud. 
Permit issued November 30th, 1912. 

Equitable Surety Company. 

Incorporated under the laws of the State of Missouri. 
Permit issued April 24th, 1912. 

Escambia Mill Company. 

Incorporated under the laws of the State of Alabama. 
Permit issued January 18th, 1912. 

Eureka Refining Company. 

Incorporated under the laws of the State of South 
Dakota. 

Permit issued September 22nd, 1911. 

Evans-Hudson Company. 

Incorporated under the laws of the State of Georgia. 
Permit issued March 29th, 1912. 

Evansville Brewing Association. 

Incorporated under the laws of the State of Indiana. 
Permit issued December 24th, 1912. 

Everglades Land Sales Company. 

Authenticated copy of resolution changing name to 
"Everglades Land Sales Company of Arizona." 
Filed January 20th, 1912. 



50G 

Falls City Construction Company. 

Incorporated under the laws of the Commonwealth of 
Kentucky. 

Permit issued June 5th, 1911. 

Florida, Alabama & Gulf Railroad Company, The 

Incorporated under the laws of the State of Alabama. 
Permit issued September 27th, 1911. 

Florida Farm Land Company. 

Incorporated under the laws of the Commonwealth of 
Kentucky. 

Permit issued August 2nd, 1912. 

Florida Fruit Belt Land Sales Company, The 

Incorporated under the laws of the Territory of 
Arizona. 

Permit issued December 8th, 1911. 

Florida Fruit Farms Company. 

Incorporated under the laws of the State of Missouri. 
Permit issued March 20th, 1912. 

Florida Fruit Lands Company. 

Incorporated under the laws of the State of North 
Dakota. 

Permit issued September 26th, 1911. 

Florida Fruit Lands Company, The 

Authenticated copy of resolution amending charter. 
Filed March 14th, 1911. 



507 



Florida Fruit Products & Land Company. 

Incorporated under the laws of the State of Delaware. 
Permit issued January 28th, 1911. 

Florida Fruit & Truck Land Company. 

Incorporated under the laws of the State of Georgia. 
Permit issued July 31st, 1911. 

Florida Good Homes Company. 

Incorporated under the laws of the State of Missouri. 
Permit issued April 17th, 1912. 

Florida Hotel & Navigation Company. 

Incorporated under the laws of the State of Delaware. 
Permit issued July 2nd, 1912. 

Florida Indian River Catholic Colony. 

Incorporated under the laws of the State of North 
Dakota. 

Permit issued July 21st, 1911. 

Florida Lakeland Homes Company. 

Incorporated under the laws of the State of Minnesota. 
Permit issued April 14th, 1911. 

Florida Land & Timber Company. 

Incorporated under the laws of the State of Iowa. 
Permit issued May 13th, 1911. 

Florida Mining Company. 

Incorporated under the laws of the State of Maine. 
Permit issued August 8th, 1912. 



508 

Florida Pecan Endowment Company y The 

Incorporated under the laws of the State of Delaware 
Permit issued February 11th, 1911. 

Florida Realty Company of Pennsylvania. 

Incorporated under the laws of the Commonwealth of 
Pennsylvania. 

Permit issued May 11, 1911. 

Florida Realty Mortgage & Trust Company, The 

Incorporated under the laws of the Territory of 
Arizona. 

Permit issued February 11th, 1911. 

Florida. State Drainage Land Company. 

Incorporated under the laws of the State of Colorado. 
Authenticated copy of resolution amending charter 
Filed October 117th, 1911. 

Florida Timber Products Company. 

Incorporated under the laws of the State of Michigan. 
Permit issued May 2nd, 1911. 

Fox River Butter Company, The 

Incorporated under the laws of the State of Illinois. 
Permit issued August 9th, 1911. 

Galena-Signal Oil Company. 

Incorporated under the laws of the Commonwealth of 
Pennsylvania. 

Permit issued May 29th, 1912. 



509 



General Electric Company. 

Incorporated under the laws of the State of New York. 
Permit issued July 16th, 1912. 

Georgia and Florida Turpentine Cup and Metal Company. 

Incorporated under the laws of the State of Georgia. 
Permit issued August 20th, 1912. 

German- American Insurance Company. 

Incorporated under the laws of the State of New York. 
Permit issued August 29th, 1911. 

Germain Company, The 

Incorporated under the laws of the State of Pennsyl- 
vania. 

Permit issued July 24th, 1911. 

Germania Fire Insurance Company. 

Incorporated under the laws of the State of New Yort. 
Permit issued March 26th, 1912. 

Gonzalez, Fisher & Company. 

Incorporated under the laws of the State of New York. 
Permit issued January 4th, 1912. 

B. F. Goodrich Company, The 

Incorporated under the laws of the State of New York. 
Permit issued November 16th, 1912. 

Good Roads Incorporated. 

Incorporated under the laws of the Commonwealth of 
Virginia. 

Permit issued July 18th, 1911. 



510 

Gh'eat Eastern Casualty Company. 

Incorporated under the laws of the State of New York. 
Permit issued July 1st, 1911. 

Great Southern Life Insurance Company. 

Incorporated under the laws of the State of Texas. 
Permit issued March 12th, 1912. 

Gunst (M. A.) & Company, The 

Incorporated under the laws of the State of California. 
Permit issued Novembr 7th, 1911. 

Gypsum Fireproofing Company. 

Incorporated under the laws of the State of New Jersey. 
Permit issued April 8th, 1911. 

Harbeson (W. B.) Lumber Company. 

Incorporated under the laws of the State of Mississippi. 
Permit issued July 12th, 1911. 

Henderson-Matthews Turpentine Company. 

Incorporated under the laws of the State of Alabama. 
Permit issued July 28th, 1911. 

Hodges Lumber Company. 

Incorporated under the laws of the State of Georgia. 
Permit issued July 29th, 1911. 

Home-Land Development Company. 

Incorporated under the laws of the State of Missouri. 
Permit issued August 20th, 1912. 



511 



Huguenot Land and Abstract Company. 

Incorporated under the laws of the State of Georgia. 
Permit issued March 11th, 1911. 

Ice Delivery Company. 

Incorporated under the laws of the State of Alabama. 
Permit issued November 29th, 1912. 

Indianapolis Florida Land Company. 

Incorporated under the laws of the State of Indiana. 
Permit issued October 2nd, 1911. 

Indian River Iowa Colony. 

Incorporated under the laws of the Territory of 
Arizona. 

Permit issued February 18th, 1911. 

Inland Realty Company. 

Incorporated under the laws of the State of Minnesota. 

Permit issued August 22nd, 1911. 

Increase of Capital Stock filed September 5th, 1911. 

Insurance Company of the State of Pennsylvania. 

Incorporated under the laws of the State of Pennsyl- 
vania. 

Permit issued January 2nd, 1912. 

International Agricultural Corporation. 

Incorporated under the laws of the State of New York. 
Permit issued July 24th, 1912. 



512 



Interstate Chemical Corporation. 

Incorporated under the laws of the Commonwealth of 
Virginia. 

Permit issued September 30th, 1911. 

Inter-State News Company. 

Incorporated under the laws of the State of Maine. 
Permit issued July 29th, 1912. 

Interstate Securities Company. 

Incorporated under the laws of the State of Alabama. 
Permit issued April 11, 1912. 

Jacksonville Land Company. 

Incorporated under the laws of the State of Ohio. 
Permit issued December 2nd, 1912. 

Jacksonville Machine Works. 

Incorporated under the laws of the State of Georgia. 
Permit issued July 18th, 1912. 

i 
Jacksonville Traction Company. 

Incorporated under the laws of the State of Massa- 
chusetts. 

Permit issued March 6th, 1911. 

Jones Dusenoury Marketing Company. 

Incorporated under the laws of the State of Louisiana. 
Permit issued November 8th, 1911. 
Change of name to "Jones-Dusenbury Company," and 
amending Charter. 

Filed December 9th, 1911. 



513 



Key ^Yest Gas Company. 



Incorporated under the laws of the State of Delaware. 
Permit issued August 12th, 1911. 

King Lumber Company. 

Incorporated under the laws of the Commonwealth of 
Virginia. 

Permit issued June 20th, 1912. 

Kinney Lumber Company, The 

Incorporated under the laws of the State of Georgia. 
Permit issued January 5th, 1912. 

Lake City Naval Stores Company, The 

Incorporated under the laws of the State of Delaware. 
Permit issued November 26th, 1912. 

Lake Jackson Mercantile Company. 

Incorporated under the laws of the State of New York. 
Permit issued September 20th, 1912. 

Lemp (Wm. J.) Brewing Company. 

Incorporated under the laws of the State of Missouri. 
Permit issued October 18th, 1912. 

F. M. Leonard & Company. 

Incorporated under the laws of the State of Maine. 
. Permit issued April 19th, 1912. 

Leon Nurseries, The 

Incorporated under the laws of the State of Delaware. 
Permit issued April 13th, 1911. 

32— S. S. 



511 

Leopold Powell & Company. 

Incorporated under the laws of the State of New York. 
Permit issued November 23rd, 1911. 

Lewman (W. C.) & Company. 

Incorporated under the laws of the Commonwealth of 
Kentucky. 

Permit issued May 1st, 1911. 

Libby, McNeil & Libby. 

Incorporated under the laws of the State of West 
Virginia. 

Permit issued October 30th, 1911. 

Lidgenwood Manufacturing Company. 

Incorporated under the laws of the State of New York. 
Permit issued February 6th, 1912. 

Light, Heat & Power Corporation, The 

Incorporated under the laws of the State of West 
Virginia. 

Permit issued October 29th, 1912. 

Loose-Wiles Biscuit Company. 

Incorporated under the laws of the State of Maine. 
Permit issued October 24th, 1911. 

Love Brothers. 

Incorporated under the laws of the State of Illinois 
Permit issued March 9th, 1912. 



515 

Lukens {Wm, B.) Lumber Company. 

Incorporated under the laws of the Commonwealth o$ 
Pennsylvania. 

Permit issued January 27th, 1912. 

Lyon Company, The 

Incorporated under the laws of the State of Alabama. 
Permit issued February 24th, 1911. 

Macalister, Canning & Company. 

Incorporated under the laws of the State of Iowa. 
Permit issued March 26th, 1912. 

McCrory (J. G.) Company. 

Incorporated under the laws of the State of Delaware. 
Permit issued November 15th, 1912. 

McDavid Veneer Company. 

Incorporated under the laws of the State of Alabama. 
Permit issued August 7th, 1912. 

Wanavista Hotel Company. 

Incorporated under the laws of the State of Delaware. 
Permit issued April 12th, 1912. 

Manhattan Dry Cleaning Company. 

Incorporated under the laws of the State of Tennessee. 
Permit issued December 10th, 1912. 

Manila Investment Company. 

Incorporated under the laws of the State of Nevada. 
Permit issued April 26th, 1911. 



516 



Matthews Turpentine Company. 

Incorporated under the laws of the State of Alabama. 
Permit issued January 4th, 1912. 

Mayo Lumber Company. 

Incorporated under the laws of the State of Alabama. 
Permit issued April 1st, 1911. 

Memphis and Pensacola Railroad. 

Incorporated under the laws of the State of Mississippi. 
Permit issued December 21st, 1911. 

Mercantile Trust Company. 

Incorporated under the laws of the State of Missouri. 
Permit issued April 13th, 1912. 

Merchants' Mercantile Agency, The 

Incorporated under the laws of the State of Illinois. 
Permit issued December 6th, 1912. 

Merritt & Gilbert Company, The 

Incorporated under the laws of the State of New York. 
Permit issued May 5th, 1911. 

Milwaukee Mechanics' Insurance Company. 

Incorporated under the laws of the State of Wisconsin. 
Permit issued July 14th, 1911. 

Michigan Fire & Marine Insurance Company. 

Incorporated under the laws of the State of Michigan. 
Permit issued May 1st, 1912. 



517 



Monticello Florida Pecan Company. 

Incorporated under the laws of the Territory of 
Arizona. 

Permit issued June 5th, 1911. 

Moreda Company. 

Incorporated under the laws of the State of New York. 
Permit issued November 8th, 1912. 

Morris Land Company. 

Incorporated under the laws of the State of Alabama. 
Permit issued January 4th, 1912. 

Hunger Land Company. 

Incorporated under the laws of the State of Missouri. 
Permit issued May 11th, 1911. 

National Cash Register Company, The 

Incorporated under the laws of the State of Ohio. 
Permit issued May 22nd, 1911. 

National Life Insurance Company of the United States 
of America. 

Incorporated under the laws of the State of Illinois. 
Permit issued February 6th, 1912. 

National Transportation & Terminal Company of New 
Jersey. 

Incorporated under the laws of the State of New Jersey. 
Permit issued September 8th, 1911. 

Narcoossee Farm and Townsite Company, The 

Incorporated under the laws of the State of Ohio. 
Permit issued May 16th, 1912. 



518 



Naval Stores Warehouse & Storage Company. 

Incorporated under the laws of the State of Louisiana. 
Permit issued November 8th, 1911. 



Neal Naval Stores Company, The 

Incorporated under the laws of the State of Georgia. 
Permit issued April 6th, 1912. 

Newark Fire Insurance Company, The 

Incorporated under the laws of the State of New jersey. 
Permit issued May 15th, 1912. 

New Brunswick Fire Insurance Company. 

Incorporated under the laws of the State of New Jersey. 
Permit issued April 21st, 1911. 

Newman Brothers Company. 

Incorporated under the laws of the State of Illinois. 
Permit issued February 10th, 1911. 

North River Insurance Company, The 

Incorporated under the laws of the State of New York. 

Permit issued May 17th, 1911. 

Amendment to Charter, filed July 2nd, 1912. 

Oak Island Grapefruit Company. 

Incorporated under the laws of the State of New Jersey. 
Permit issued November 30th, 1912. 

O'Brien-Irwin Company. 

Incorporated under the laws of Ihe State of West 
Virginia. 

Permit issued October 14th, 1911. 



510 



Ohio Florida Farms Company, The 

Incorporated under the laws of the State of Ohio. 
Permit issued October 17th, 1912. 



Owego Bridge Company. 

Incorporated under the laws of the State of New York. 
Permit issued September 30th, 1011. 

Palmetto Machine Company. 

Incorporated under the laws of the State of Maryland. 
Permit issued August 12th, 1012. 

Panama Portal and Pinellas Peninsula Company. 

Incorporated under the laws of the State of Delaware. 
Permit issued December 17th, 1012. 

Pan- American Life Insurance Company. 

Incorporated under the laws of the State of Louisiana. 
Permit issued May 4th, 1012. 

Pasco Fruit Company. 

Incorporated under the laws of the State of Alabama. 
Permit issued August 28th, 1012. 

Pasco Land Company. 

Incorporated under the laws of the State of New Jersey. 

Permit issued May 10th, 1011. 

Increase of Capital Stock, filed December 15th, 1011. 

Peace River Land & Development Company. 

Incorporated under the laws of the State of Iowa. 
Permit issued June 12th. 1011. 



520 



Pinellas Estate, The. 



Incorporated under the laws of the State of Georgia. 
Permit issued September 28th, 1912. 

Prest-O-Lite Company. 

Formerly "The Concentrated Acetylene Company." , 

Proctor & Gamble Distributing Company. 

Incorporated under the laws of the State of Ohio. 
Permit issued May 20th, 1912. 

Provident Life and Accident Insurance Company of Chat- 
tanooga, The 

Incorporated under the laws of the State of Tennessee. 
Permit issued January 15th, 1912. 

Quitman Naval Stores Company. 

Incorporated under the laws of the State of Georgia. 
Permit issued March 11th, 1911. 

Reeder-Speir Co mpa ny. 

Incorporated under the laws of the State of New Jersey. 
Permit issued January 30th, 1912. 

Regal Shoe Company. 

Incorporated under the laws of the State of Massa- 
chusetts. 

Permit issued December 27th, 1912. 

Regensburg (E.) & Sons. 

Incorporated under the laws of the State of New York. 
Permit issued November 24th, 1911. 



521 



Remington, Typewriter Company. 

Incorporated, under the laws of the State of Delaware. 
Permit issued April 22nd, 1912. 

Richard son-Kellett Company. 

Incorporated under the laws of the State of Minnesota. 
Permit issued May 10th, 1911. 

Robert Mitchell Furniture Company. 

Incorporated under the laws of the State of Ohio. 
Permit issued October 8th, 1912. 

Rocidey Investment Company. 

Incorporated under the laws of the Commonwealth of 
Kentucky. 
Permit issued December 27th, 1911. 

Royal Indemnity Company of Neto York. 

Incorporated under the laws of the State of New York. 
I'ermit issued April 5th, 1911. 

Saint Andrews Realty Company, The 

incorporated under the laws of the State of Alabama. 
Permit issued June 28th, 1911. 

A^f. Clair Amusement Company. 

Incorporated under the laws of the State of Illinois. 
Permit issued October 21st, 1912. 

St. George Development Company of Florida. 

Incorporated under the laws of the State of New York. 
Permit issued January 27th, 1911. 



522 



St. James Realty & Department Stores Company. 

Incorporated under the laws of the State of Delaware. 
Permit issued June 14th, 1912. 



St. Lucie Fruit Company. 

Incorporated under the laws of the State of Connecticut. 

Permit issued February 7th, 1911. 

Increase of capital stock, filed October 9th, 1912. 

Sarasota Estate, The 

Incorporated under the laws of the State of Delaware. 
Permit issued May 17th, 1912. 

Savannah Supply Company. 

Incorporated under the laws of the State of Georgia. 
Permit issued August 28th, 1912. 

Saunders Transfer Corporation. 

Incorporated under the laws of the Commonwealth of 
Virginia. 

Permit issued November 23rd. 1911. 

Adam Schaaf. 

Incorporated under the laws of the State of Illinois. 
Permit issued June 24th, 1912. 

SchwarsscMld & Sulzberger Company. 

Incorporated under the laws of the State of New Jersey. 
Authenticated copy of resolution changing name to 
"The Sulzberger & Sons Company of America." 
Filed October 10th, 1911. 



523 



Seaboard Cooperage Company. 

Incorporated under the laws of the State of Georgia. 
Permit issued April 5th, 1912. 



Searchlight Gas Company, The 

Incorporated under the laws of the State of Ohio. 
Permit issued August 24th, 1912. 



Sebi'ing Real Estate Company. 

Incorporated under the laws of the State of Ohio. 
Permit issued November 23rd, 1911. 



Sin Hit (L. C.) and Brothers Typewriter Company. 

Incorporated under the laws of the State of New Jersey. 
Permit issued June 21th. 1912. 



Smith (W. T.) Sons' Timber Company. 

Incorporated under the laws of the State of Alabama. 
Permit issued March 2nd, 1912. 

South Apopka Citrus Fruit Company. 

Incorporated under the laws of the Commonwealth of 
Virginia. 

Permit issued October 13th, 1911. 

Southern Adjustment Bureau. 

Incorporated under the laws of the State of Georgia. 
Permit issued August 15th, 1912. 

Southern Asphalt & Construction Company. 

Incorporated under the laws of the State of Alabama. 
Permit issued August 18th, 1911. 



524 

Southern Citrus Corporation. 

Incorporated under the laws of the State of Virginia. 
Permit issued January 10th, 1911. 

Southern Farm Land Company, The 

Incorporated under the laws of the State of Alabama. 

Permit issued September 11th, 1912. 

Southern Florida Land Company. 

Incorporated under the laws of the State of Minnesota. 
Permit issued May 15th, 1911. 

Southern Ice Company. 

Incorporated under the laws of the State of Delaware. 
Permit issued July 13th, 1912. 

Southern National Life Insurance Company. 

Incorporated under the laws of the Commonwealth of 
Kentucky. 

Permit issued October 8th, 1912. 

Southern Refreshment Company. 

Incorporated under the laws of the State of Alabama 
Permit issued November 11th, 1911. 

Southern States Fire & Casualty Insurance Company. 

Incorporated under the laws of the State of Alabama. 
Permit issued May 26th, 1911. 

Southern Tire & Rubber Company. 

Incorporated under the laws of the State of Georgia. 
Permit issued December 2nd, 1912. 



525 

Southwark Manufacturing Company. 

Incorporated under the laws of the State of New Jersey. 
Permit issued May 27th, 1912. 

Stachleberg (M.) & Company. 

Incorporated under the laws of the State of New Jersey. 
Permit issued March 10th, 1911. 

Standard Trust Company, The 

Incorporated under the laws of the State of Delaware. 
Permit issued October 9th, 1911. 

Standard Turpentine and Wood Pulp Company. 

Incorporated under the laws of the Territory of 
Arizona. 
Permit issued March 20th, 1912. 
Amndment to charter, filed April 11th, 1912. 

Star Investment Company. 

Incorporated under the laws of the State of Nevada. 
Permit issued January 28th, 1911. 

Street Railway Advertising Company. 

Incorporated under the laws of the State of New York. 
Permit issued October 20th, 1911. 

Strout (E. A.) Company. 

Authenticated copy of resolution changing name to 
"E. A. Strout Farm Agency.''' 
Filed November 25th. 1911. 



526 



Suwannee River Lumber Company. 

Incorporated under the laws of the State of Louisiana. 
Permit issued September 27th, 1911. 

Svea Fire and Life Insurance Company, Limited, The 

Incorporated under the laws of the State of New York. 
Permit issued October 9th, 1911. 

Tampa Timber Company. 

Incorporated under the laws of the State of Georgia. 
Permit issued March 2nd, 1911. 

Taylor County Lumber Company. 

Incorporated under the laws of the State of Ohio. 
Permit issued October 18th, 1912. 

Telogia Mill & Turpentine Company. 

Incorporated under the laws of the State of Alabama. 
Permit issued January 30th, 1911. 

Tennessee & Florida Land & Investment Company. 

Incorporated under the laws of the State of Tennessee. 
Permit issued September 27th, 1911. 

Tippecanoe Securities Company. 

Incorporated under the laws of the State of New Jersey. 
Permit issued August 8th, 1912. 

Triton Silica Mining & Manufacturing Company. 

Incorporated under the laws of the State of New Jersey. 
Permit issued October 30th, 1911. 



527 



Undencood Typewriter Company. 

Incorporated under the laws of the State of New York. 
Permit issued August 9th, 1911. 



United Friendly Equitable Society. 

Incorporated under the laws of the State of Delaware. 
Permit issued November 9th, 1911. 



United States Tire Company. 

Incorporated under the laws of the State of New York. 
Permit issued August 3rd, 1912. 

Wachula Manufacturing and Timber Company. 

Incorporated under the laws of the State of Maine. 
Permit issued July 24th, 1911. 

Wakulla Lumber Company. 

Incorporated under the laws of the State of Alabama. 
Permit issued March 19th, 1912. 

Wanda Realty Company, The 

Incorporated under the laws of the State of Iowa. 
Permit issued October 1st, 1912. 

White Company, The 

Incorporated under the laws of the State of Ohio. 
Permit issued April 19th, 1912. 

Wild (W. D. & F. A.) Company. 

Incorporated under the laws of the State of New Jersey 
Permit issued July 24th, 1911. 



528 



William Havor Company. 



Incorporated under the laws of the State of Illinois. 
Permit issued January 4th, 1912. 

Windermere Improvement Company. 

Incorporated under the laws of the State of Ohio. 
Permit issued June 20th, 1911. 

Wright & Wadley Company. 

Incorporated under the laws of the State of Georgia. 
Permit issued May 25th, 1912. 

Yawkey Lumber Company. 

Incorporated under the laws of the State of Wisconsin. 
Permit issued May 25th, 1912. 

Yxphyrhills Colony Company. 

Incorporated under the laws of the State of Delaware. 
Permit issued February 18th, 1911. 



DOMESTIC CORPORATIONS 



Abernethy Chemical Company. 

Principal place of business, Miami, Fla. 
Capital stock, $25,000.00. 
Filed October 12th, 1912. 
Letters patent issued November loth, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed December 13th, 1912. 

Abstract & Title Company. 

Principal place of business, Palatka, Fla. 
Capital stock, |5,000.00. 
Filed October 23rd, 1911. 
Letters patent issued November 21st, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed January 13th, 1912. 

Acme Naval Stores Company. 

Principal place of business, Pensacola, Fla. 
Capital stock $20,000.00. 
Filed April 26th, 1912. 
Letters patent issued May 24th, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed May 29th, 1912. 

Acme Phosphate Company. 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 
33— s. s. 



530 



Capital stock, $250,000.00. 

Filed August 2nd, 1012. 

Letters patent issued September 13th, 1012. 

Acme Supply & Development Company. 

Principal place of business, Tampa, Fla. 
Capital stock, $500,000.00. 
Filed January 3rd, 1911. 
Letters patent issued January 30th, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subi-cribed and paid. 
Filed February 13, 1911. 

Acline Farm. 

Principal place of business, Punta Gorda, Fla. 

Capital stock, $10,000.00. 

Filed January 7th, 1911. 

Letters patent issued March 4th, 1911. 

Adam & Southgate Lumber Company. 

Principal place of business, Sarasota, Fla. 
Capital stock, $20,000.00. 
Filed July 11th, 1012. 
Letters patent issued August 0th, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed August 14th, 1912. 

Agricultural & Development Company. 

Principal place of business, Lakeland, Fla. 

Capital stock, $100,000.00. 

Filed July 20th, 1012. 

Letters patent issued August 27th, 1912. 



531 



Aird (Henry G.) Company. 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 
Capital stock, $10,000.00. 
Filed March 2nd, 1912. 
Letters patent issued April 5th, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. , 
Filed April 17th, 1912. 

Alachua Realty Company. 

Principal place of business, Alachua, Fla. 
Capital stock, $10,000.00. 
Filed July 29th, 1912. 
Letters patent issued August 31st, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed September 5th, 1912. 

Alexander Coard Lumber Company. 

Principal place of business, St. Augustine, Fla. 
Capital stock, $10,000.00. 
Filed February 15th, 1912. 
Letters patent issued March 18th, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer* that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed April 8th, 1912. 

Alderman Realty Company. 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 
Capital stock, $50,000.00. 
Filed July 29th, 1912. 
Letters patent issued September 6th, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed September 18th, 1912. 



532 



Altha Gin and Manufacturing Company. 

Principal place of business, Altha, Fla. 
Capital stock, $3,000.00. 
Filed August 28th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued October 16th, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed October 18th, 1911. 

Alachua Live Stock & Vehicle Company. 

Principal place of business, Alachua, Fla. 
Capital stock, $16,000.00. 
Filed May 9th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued June 19th, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed June 29th, 1911. 

Alcazar Amusement Company. 

Principal place of business, Tampa, Fla. 

Capital stock, $6,500.00. 

Filed March 18th, 1911. 

Letters patent issued April 18th, 1911. 

Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 

Filed April 24th, 1911. 

Keturn of President increasing the capital stock from 
$6,500.00 to $8,500.00. 

Filed June 29th, 1911. 

American Aid Society. 

Principal place of businss, Apalachicola, Fla. 

Capital stock, $10,000.00. 

Filed December 11th, 1911. 

Letters patent issued January 10th, 1912. 



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Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed January 22nd, 1912. 

American Bank & Trust Company. 

Principal place of business, St. Petersburg, Fla. 

Capital stock, $100,000.00. 

Filed July 13th, 1912. 

Letters patent issued August 12th, 1912. 

American Building Company. 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 
Capital stock, $25,000.00. 
Filed March 29th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued July 1st, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
s^ock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed November 6th, 1911. 

American Business Conclave, The 

Principal place of business, Hawthorne, Fla. 
Capital stock, f 5,000.00. 
Filed February 27th, 1912. 
Letters patent issued April 5th, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed April 17th, 1912. 

American Exchange Bank. 

Principal place of business, Apalachicola, Fla. 
Capital stock, $50,000.00. 

Filed Decembr 29th, 1910. 

Letters patent issued February 6th, 191L 



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American Hard-Rock Phosphate Company. 

Principal place of business, Floral City, Fla. 
Capital stock, $300,000.00. 
Filed September 6th, 1912. 
Letters patent issued October 5th, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed October 12th, 1912. 

American Land Company. 

Principal place of business, Daytona, Fla. 

Capital stock, $100,000.00. 

Filed December 16th, 1911. 

Letters patent issued January 30th, 1912. 

Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 

Filed February 12th, 1912. 

Resolution changing name to "Volusia Development 
Company.'' 

Filed and letters patent issued October 31st, 1912. 

American Music Company. 

Resolution changing name to "American Mercantile. 
Company." 

Filed and letters patent issued October 4th, 1911. 

American State Bank of Lakeland. 

Principal place of business, Lakeland, Fla. 

Filed August 26th, 1912. 

Letters patent issued September 23rd, 1912. 

Ames Realty Company. 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 
Capital stock, $15,000.00. 
Filed March 9th, 1912. 



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Letters patent issued April 8th, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Fild May 1st, 1912. 

Ammoniated Humus Company of Florida. 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 
Capital stock, $37,000.00. 
Filed March 30th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued April 27th, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed May 12th, 1911. 

Anna Maria Beach Company. 

Principal place of business, Tampa, Fla. 
Capital stock, $50,000.00. 
Filed February 1st, 1911. 
Letters patent issued March 8th, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed March 17th, 1911. - 

Anna Maria Land Company. 

Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed January 2nd, 1911. 

I 
Anderson Company. 

Principal place of business, Greensboro, Fla. 

Capital stock, $30,000.00. . 

Filed February 15th, 1911. 

Letters patent issued March 20th, 1911. 



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Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed March 31st, 1911. 

Andrews (A. D.) Mercantile Company. 

Principal place of business, Eaiford, Fla. 
Capital stock, $20,000.00. 
Filed May 26th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued June 26th, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed July 7th, 1911. 

Angle (A. J.) Furniture Company. 

Principal place of business, Tampa, Fla. 
Capital stock, $25,000.00. 
Filed July 13th, 1912. 
Letters patent issued August 12th, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed August 21st, 1912. 

Anthony Investment Company. 

Principal place of business, West Palm Beach, Fla. 
Capital stock, $50,000.00. 
Filed March 18th, 1910. 
Letters patent issued March 4th, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed June 16th, 1911. 

Anti-Verm Company, The 

Pricipal place of business, Tampa, Fla. 
Capital stock, $10,000.00. 
Filed September 12th, 1912. 



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Letters patent issued October 18th, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed November 25th, 1912. 

Antonio Cespedes Company. 

Principal place of business, Tampa, Fla. 
Capital stock, |20,000.00. 
Filed April 10th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued April 10, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed April 25th, 1911. 

Apalachicola Motor Company. 

Principal place of business, Apalachicola, Fla. 

Capital stock, |6,000.00. 

Filed June 12th, 1912. 

Letters patent issued July 16th, 1912. 

Apalachicola Compress Company. 

Principal place of business, Apalachicola, Fla. 
Capital stock, |30,000.00. 
Filed August 23rd, 1911. 
Letters patent issued September 12th, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed October 2nd, 1911. 

Arcade Company, The 

Principal place of business, Daytona, Fla. 

Capital stock $60,000.00. 

Filed May 20th, 1912. 

Letters patent issued July 12th, 1912. 



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Arcadia Concrete Construction Company. 

Principal place of business, Arcadia, Fla. 
Capital stock f 10,000.00. 
Filed May 20th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued June 23rd, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribd and paid. 
Filed June 29th, 1911. 

Arcadia Land & Improvement Company. 

Principal place of business, Arcadia, Fla. 
Capital stock $60,000.00. 
Filed June 18th, 1912. 
Letters patent issued July 19th, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed Decvember 31st, 1912. 

Arcadia Trading Company. 

Principal place of business, Arcadia, Fla. 

Capital stock $5,000.00. 

Filed September 5th, 1912. 

Letters patent issued October 9th, 1912. 

Archer Land & Improvement Company. 

Principal place of business, Archer, Fla. 
Capital stock, $12,000.00. 
Filed March 22nd, 1912. 
Lettrs patent issued May 13th, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed July 15th, 1912. 



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Arch Creek Fruit Company, The 

Principal place of business, Arch Creek, Fla. 
Capital stock, $30,000.00. 
Filed April 1st, 1912. 
Letters patent issued May 13th, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed June 3rd, 1912. 

Armstrong, Koblegard & Company. 

Principal place of business, Fort Pierce, Fla. 
Capital stock $10,000.00. 
Filed June 3rd, 1911. 
Letters patent issued July 3rd, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed August 4th, 1911. 

Astor Investment Company. 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 
Capital stock $50,000.00. 
Filed May 31st, 1911. 
Letters patent issued July 5th, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed July 1st, 1912. 

Atkinson Tire & Supply Company. 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 
Capital stock $25,000.00. 
Filed October 9th, 19 .12 
Letters patent issued November 9th, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed November 18th, 1912. 



540 



Atlantic Beach Corporation. 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 

Capital stock $100,000.00. 

Filed November 16th, 1912. 

Letters patent issued December 20th, 1912. 

Atlantic Beach Development Company. 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 
Capital stock $10,000.00. 
Filed June 24th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued July 26th, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed August 7th, 1911. 

Atlantic Beach Hotel Company. 

Principal place of business, Atlantic Beach, Fiv 
Capital stock $10,000.00. 
Filed May 16th, 1912. 
Letters patent issued July 3rd, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per' cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed July 18th, A. D. 1912. 

Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company. 

Resolution proposing branch from Perry to Monticello. 

Filed October 4th, 1911. 

Resolution proposing branch from Dunnellon to Wilcox. 

Filed October 4th, 1911. 

Resolution proposing branch from Florence Villa to 
Big Island. 

Filed October 4th, 1911. 

Resolution extending line from Archer to Morris 
ton, Fla. 

Filed March 30th, 1912. 



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Atlantic Fire Insurance Company, The 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 

Capital stock $50,000.00. 

Filed October 12th, 1912. 

Letters patent issued November 26tb, 1912. 

Atlantic Seashore Company, The 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 
Capital stock $50,000.00. 
Filed January 26th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued March 6th, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed April 15th, 1912. 

Atlantic, Okeechobee and Culf Railroad Company, The 

Principal place of business, Tampa, Fla. 
Capital stock $1,000,000.00. 
Filed January 21st, 1911. 
Letters patent issued March 8th, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed April 15th, 1911. 
Resolution amending Charter. 
Filed December 17th, 1911. 
Resolution amending Charter. 
Filed December 11th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued January 31st, 1912. 

Atlantic & Gulf Insurance Company. 

Principal place of business, Palatka, Fla. 

Capital stock $10,000.00. 

Filed February 7th, 1911. 

Letters patent issued March 9th, 1911. 



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Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed March 16th, 1911. 

Avery Hardware & Supply Company. 

Kesolution changing name to "W. A. Kay Hardware 
Company." 

Filed and letters patent issued October 27th, 1911. 

Avon Springs Company. 

Principal place of business, Tampa, Fla. 
Capital stock $100,000.00. 
Filed October 7th, 1912. 
Letters patent issued November 6th, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed November 16th, 1912. 

Automobile & Goodroads Association. 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 
Capital stock $10,000.00. 
Filed March 9th, 1912. 
Letters patent issued April 12th, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed May 1st, 1912. 

Aubiirndale Florida Highlands Company. 

Principal place of business, Lakeland ,Fla. 

Capital stock $15,000.00. 

Filed January 3rd, 1912. 

Letters patent issued February 5th, 1912. 



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Automatic Advertising Company of Florida. 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 
Capital stock |6,000.00. 
Filed April 22nd, 1911. 

Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed June 9th, 1911. 

State Bank of Auburndale. 

Principal place of businss, Auburndale, Fla. 

Capital stock |15,000.00. 

Filed July 2nd, 1912. 

Letters patent issued September 19th, 1912. 

Baker County Telephone Company. 

Principal place of business, Macclenny, Fla. 

Capital stock, $2,000.00 

Filed October 16th, 1912. 

Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 

Filed November 20th, 1912. 

> 
Bank of Alachua. 

Return of President increasing the capital stock from 
$25,000.00 to $50,000.00 
Filed August 3rd, 1912. 

Bank o.f Avon Park. 

Principal place of business, Avon Park, Fla. 

Capital stock, $15,000.00 

Filed January 24th, 1912. 

Letters patent issued March 1st, 1912 



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Bank of Bay Biscayne. 

Return of President increasing the capital stock from 
$50,000.00 to $100,000.00 
Filed May 9th, 1911. 

Affidavit of Treasurer that all of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed June 27th, 1911. 

Bank of Center Hill, The 

Principal place of business, Center Hill, Fla. 

Capital stock $15,000.00. 

Filed August 29th, 1911. 

Letters patent issued November 4th, 1911. 

Bank of Clearwater. 

Resolution amending charter, and establishing branch 
at Largo, to be known as "Citizens' Bank of Largo, branch 
of Bank of Clearwater." 

Filed October 25th, 1911. 

Letters patent issued November 27th ; 1911. 

Return of President increasing the capital stock from 
$18,000.00 to $50,000.00. 

FHed October 25th, 1911. 

Bank of Cocoa. 

Principal place of business, Cocoa, Fla. 

Capital stock, $15,000.00. 

Filed May 4th, 1912. 

Letters patent issued June 22nd, 1912. 

Bank of Dania. 

Principal place of business, Dania, Fla. 
Capital stock, $15,000.00. 



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Filed January 9th, 1912. 
Letters patent issued February 17th, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock lias been subscribed and paid. 
Filed February 26th, 1912. 

Bank of Dclray. 

Principal place of business, Delray, Fla. 
Capital stock, $15,000.00. 
Filed February 28th, 1912. 
Letters patent issued April 15th, 1.912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed April 24th, 1912. 

Bank of Dunnellon. 

Return of President increasing' the capital stock from 
$15,000.00 to $(35,000.00 
Filed April 14th, 1911. 

Bank of Fort Meade. 

Return of President increasing the capital stock from 
$15,000.00 to $20,000.00. 
Filed March 31st, 1911. 

Bank of Green Core Springs. 

Return of President increasing the capital stock from 
$15,000.00 to $25,000.00. 

Filed February 25th, 1911. 

Bank of Ho,mestead. 

Principal place of business, Homestead, Fla, 
Capital stock, $15,000.00. 
Filed January 9th, 1912. 

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540 

Letters patent issued February 17th, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that teu per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed March 4th, 3912. 

Bank of Lake Helen. 

Principal place of business, Lake Helen, Fla. 

Capital stock, $15,000.00. 

Filed April 18th, 1912. 

Letters patent issued May 29th, 1912. 

Bank of Levy County. 

Return of President increasing the capital stock from 
$15,000.00 to $17,000.00. 

Filed September 25th, 1911. 

Bank of M alone. 

Principal place of business, Malone, Fla. 

Capital stock, $25,000.00. 

Filed November 9th, 1911. 

Letters patent issued December 19th, 1911. 

Bank of Oviedo. 

Principal place of business, Oviedo, Fla. 

Capital stock, $15,000.00. 

Filed February 22nd, 1912. 

Letters patent issued April 8th, 1912. 

Bank of Sarasota. 

Principal place of business, Sarasota, Fla. 

Capital stock, $25,000.00. 

Filed April 3rd, 1911. 

Letters patent issued May 8th, 1911. 



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Bank of South Jacksonville. 

Principal place of business, South Jacksonville, Fla. 
Capital stock, $25,000.00. 
Filed March 14th, 1912. 
Letters patent issued April 15th, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed July 20th, 1912. 

The Bank of Terra Ceia. 

Principal place of business, Terra Ceia, Fla. 

Capital stock, $15,000.00. 

Filed June 5th, 1911. 

Letters patent issued August 28th, 1911. 

Bank of Titusville. 

Principal place of business, Titusville, Fla. 

Capital stock, $15,000.00. 

Filed April 26th, 1912. 

Letters patent issued June Gth, 1912. 

Bankers' Trust Company. 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 

Capital stock, $100,000.00. 

Filed December 10th, 1910. 

Letters patent issued January 14th, 1911. 

Bank of Umatilla. 

Principal place of business, Umatilla, Fla. 

Capital stock, $15,000.00. 

Filed April 26th, 1912. 

Letters patent issued July 2nd, 1912. 



548 



Bank of Williston. 

Beturn of President increasing Ihe capital stock from 
$15,000.00 to |25,000.00. 
Filed October 13th, 1.911. 

Bank- of Winter Park. 

Principal place of business, Winter Park, Fla. 

Capital stock, $15,000.00. 

Filed April 28th, 1911. 

Letters patent issued June 14th, 1911. 

Bailey & Brush Company. 

Principal place of business, Gainesville, Fla. 
Capital stock, $10,000.00. 
Filed May 4th, 1912. 
Letters patent issued June 5th, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed June 10th, 1912. 

Resolution changing name to "The Bailey Company." 
Filed December 11th, 1912. 
Letters patent issued December 11th, 1912. 

Bailey Tru-yman Company. 

Principal place of business, St. Augustine, Fla. 
Capital stock, $30,000.00. 
Filed July 29th, 1911. 
Letters j)atent issued August 31st, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed October 7th, 1911. 



549 



C. L. Bagwell & Company. 



Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 

Capital stock, $50,000.00. 

Filed May 31st, 1912. 

Letters patent issued July 1st, 1912. 

Bagwell and Gamble. 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 

Capital stock |20,000.00. 

Filed January 16th, 1911. 

Letters patent issued February 21st, 1911. 

Baker Amusement Company. 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 
Capital stock, .$10,000.00. 
Filed March 20th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued April 27th, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed May 4th, 1911. 

Ball Book & Novelty Company. 

Principal place of business, Pensacola, Fla. 
Capital stock, |20,000.00. 
Filed May 22nd, 1912. 
Letters patent issued June 26th, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed July 1st, 1912. 

Baker Patent Cup & Gutter Company^ The 

Principal place of business, Pensacola, Fla. 

Capital stock, $50,000.00. 

Letters patent issued May 13th, 1912. 



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Filed June 17th, 1912. 

Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the ea,'iliil 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed June 17th, 1912. 

V. F. Balkcom Drug Company. 

Principal place of business, Pensacola, Fla. 

Capital stock, $30,000.00. 

Filed February 8th, 1911. 

Letters patent issued April 5th, 1911. 

Bangs &, Koch Company. 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla 

Capital stock, $25,000.00. 

Filed May 10th, 1912. 

Letters patent issued June 10th, 1912. 

Banks Transfer & Cab Company. 

Principal place of businss, Pensacola, Fla. 
Capital stock $10,000.00. 
Filed November 24th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued January 8th, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed January 15th, 1912. 

Barrineau Park Land Company. 

Principal place of business, Pensacola, Fla. 
Capital stock, $15,000.00. 
Filed February 29th, 1912. 
Letters patent issued March 27th, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ton per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed April 24th, PMJ. 



551 



Bartow Farms Company. 



Principal place of business, Bartow, Fla. 
Capital stock, $10,000.00. 
Filed July 31st, 1911. 

Letters patent issued September 4th, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed January 27th, 1912. 

Barrows-Lopez Cigar Company. 

Principal place of business, Monticello, Fla. 
Capital stock, $5,000.00. 
Filed January 20th, 1912. 
Letters patent issued February 19th, 1912, 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed February 27th, 1912. 

Barfield Music House, The 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 
Capital stock, $10,000.00. 
Filed September 23rd, 1912. 
Letters patent issued October 23rd, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed December 24th, 1912. 

Barnes & Jesup Company. 

Resolution amending charter. 

Filed June 12th, 1912. 

Letters patent issued July 15th, 1912. 

G. Norman Baughman Company. 

Principal place of business, Tampa, Fla. 



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Capital stock, fl 0,000.00. 
Filed February 1st, 1912. 
Letters patent issued March 19th, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed May 2nd, 1912. 

Bay Biscayrw Canning Company. 

Principal place of business, Miami, Fla. 
Capital stock, $15,000.00. 
Filed October 2nd, 1912. 
Letters patent issued November 13th, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed December 6th, 1912. 

Bayshore Development Company. 

Principal place of business, Tampa, Fla. 
Capital stock, $1,000,000.00. 
Filed May 9th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued June 7th, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed June 14th, 1911. 

Bay Improvement Company. 

Principal place of business, Panama City, Fla. 

Capital stock, $15,000.00. 

Filed March 27th, 1912. 

Letters patent issued May 6th, 1912. 

Bay Security Company. 

Principal place of business, Tampa, Fla. 
Capital stock, $25,000.00. 



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Filed April 24th, J 911. 
Letters patent issued June 1st, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed June 22nd, 1911. 

Beacon Investment Company. 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 
Capital stock, $50,000.00. 
Filed November 7th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued December 18th, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed March 28th, 1912. 

Beacon Puolislring Company. 

Principal place of business, Tampa, Fla. 
Capital stock, $10,000.00. 
Filed August 11th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued September 15th, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed September 21st, 1911. 

Bell &. Bates Hardware Company. 

Principal place of business, Quincy, Fla. 
Capital stock, $10,000.00. 
Filed February 15th, 1912. 
Letters patent issued March 19th, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed April 18th, 1912. 



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Bendle Investment Company, The 

Principal place of business, Miami, Fla. 
Capital stock, $5,000.00. 
Filed December 13th, 1910. 
Letters patent issued January 27th, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed February 7th, 1911. 

C. 8. Benton Paint Company. 

Principal place of business, Miami, Fla. 

Capital stock, $15,000.00. 

Filed April 8th, 1911. 

Letters patent issued May 19th, 1911. 

BerryMU-Cromartie Company. 

Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed January 9th, 1911. 

Bettes Pharmacy. The 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 
Capital stock, $125,000.00. 
Filed March 22nd, 1911. 
Letters patent issued April 24th, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed May 0th, 1911. 

Big Bayou Realty Company. 

Principal place of business, St. Petersburg-, Fla. 

Capital stock, $40,000.00. 

Filed February 14th, 1911. 

Letters patent issued March 20th, 1911. 



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Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed March 29th, 1911. 

Biglow & Spring Company, The 

Resolution changing name to ''The Biglow Machine Com- 
pany." 

Filed and letters patent issued September 21st, 19] 1. 

Biscayne Box Company. 

Resolution amending charter. 

Filed April 17th, 1911. 

Letters patent issued May 22nd, 1911. 

Biscayne Realty Company. 

Principal place of business, Miami, Fla. 
Capital stock,. $10,090.00. 
Filed July 1st, 1912. 

Letters potent issued August 9th, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed August 15th, 1912, 

Blountstown Man ufacturing Company. 

Return of President increasing the capital stock from 
$250,000.00 to $500,000.00. 
Filed February 10th, 1911. 
Resolution amending charter. 
Filed February 10th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued April 1st, 1911. 

Charles Blum Company. 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 
Capital stock, $200,000.(1!). 



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Filed January 31st, 1911. 
Letters patent issued March 2nd, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that fen per cent of the capital 
stock has heen subscribed and paid. 
Filed March 6th, 1911. 

Boardman Farming & Live Stock Company. 

Principal place of business, Boardman, Fla. 
Capital stock, $10,000.00. 
Filed September 27th, 1912. 
Letters patent issued November 5th, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed November 22nd, 1912. 

Board man-Gordon Company, The 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 

Capital stock, $25,000.00. 

Filed August 5th, 1912. 

Letters patent issued September 6th, 1912. 

Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 

Filed September 21st, 1912. 

Kesolution changing name to The T. V. Boaedman 
Company. 

Filed November 3rd, 1912. 

Letters patent issued November 19th, 1912. 

Bobbett Cash Grocery Company. 

Kesolution changing name to "Marion Grocery Com- 
pany. 

Filed and letters patent issued May 30th, 1911. 



557 



Boca Grande Investment Company. 

Principal place of business, .Jacksonville, Fla. 
Capital stock, $50,000.00. 
Piled January 2nd, 1911. 
Letters patent issued February 7th, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten .per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed January 15th, 1912. 

Boca Grande Mercantile Company. 

Return of President increasing the capital stock from 
$15,000.00 to $25,000.00. 
Filed August 19th, 1911. 

Bolles & Jennings Artesian Farm Land Company. 

Resolution changing name to "Jennings Artesian Farm 
Land Company." 
Filed May 22nd, 1912. 
Letters patent issued June 3rd, 1912. 

Bona Vista Mining Company. 

Principal place of business, Tampa, Fla. 

Capital stock, $50,000.00. 

Filed September 27th, 1911. 

Letters patent issued October 27th, 1911. 

Bonita Land Company, The 

Principal place of business, Fort Myers, Fla. 
Capital stock, $100,000.00. 
Filed February 9th, 1912. 
Letters patent issued March 4th, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed April 17th, 1912. 



558 

Boone (J. Daniel) & Company. 

Return of President increasing the capital stock from 
$25,000.00 to $50,000.00. 

Filed November 29th, 1911. 

Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 

Filed November 29th, 1911. 

"The Boston." 

Principal place of business, Sanford, Fin. 
Capital stock, $25,000.00. 
Filed July 10th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued August 14th, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed August 30th, 1911. 

Boulevard Development Company. 

Principal place of business, Fort Pierce, Fla. 

Capital stock, $100,000.00. 

Filed November 30th, 1912. 

Letters patent issued December 10th, 1912. 

Bcmton Craves Com pa up. 

Principal place of business, Dunedin, Fla. 
Capital stock, $10,000.09. 
Filed May 2nd, 1912. 
Letters patent issued June 6th, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed June 28th, 1912. 

E. M. Boyd Company. 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 



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Capital stock, $10,000.00. 
Tiled December 3rd, 1910. 
Letters patent issued January 4th, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed January 27th, 1911. 

Boykin Contracting Company, The 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 
Capita] stock, $50,000.00. 
Filed August 10th, 1912. 
Letters patent issued September 14th, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed October 16th, 1912. 

Boyt Company, The 

Resolution changing name to "Tyler Brothers, Incor- 
porated." 

Filed and letters patent issued February 18th, 1911. 

Braden town-Sarasota Transportation Company. 

Principal place of business, Sarasota, Fla. 

Capital stock, $25,000.00. 

Filed December 26th, 1911. 

Letters patent issued February 24th, 1912. 

Brainol Company. 

Principal place of business, Pensacola, Fla. 

Capital stock, $100,000.00. 

Filed February 15th, 1911. 

Letters patent issued March 15th, 1911. 



560 



Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed March 18th, 1911. 

Branford State Bank. 

Principal place of business, Branford, Pla. 
Capital stock, $15,000.00. 
Filed January 7th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued February 4th ; 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that 50 per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed March 7th, 1911. 

Brentwood Realty Investment Company. 

Principal place of business, .Jacksonville, Fla. 
Capital stock $500,000.00. 
Filed September 12th, 1912. 
Letters patent issued October 15th, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed October 21st, 1912. 

Brevard County Telephone Company, The 

Return of President increasing the capital stock from 
$5,000.00 to $50,000.00. 

Filed April 9th, A. D. 1912. 

Brigham Realty and Investment Company. The 

Principal place of business, Miami, Fla. 
Capital stock, $25,000.00. 
Filed December 15th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued May 10th, 1911. 
Affidrvit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 



561 

Filed October 21st, 1911. 

Eesolution amending charter. 

Filed July 12th, 1912. 

Letters patent issued August 12th, 1912. 

Briscol Cigar Company. 

Principal place of business, Tampa, Fla. 
Capital stock, f 5,000.00. 
Filed June 5th, 1912. 
Letters patent issued July 10th, 1912. 
Affilrvit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed July 17th, 1912. 

Bristol Naval Stores Company. 

Principal place of business, DeFuniak Springs, Fla. 
Capital stock, $30,000.00. 
Filed December 2Sth, 1910. 
Letters patent issued January 25th, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed January 28th, 1911. 

Bristol State Bank. 

Return of President increasing the capital stock from 
$15,000.00 to $20,000.00. 

Filed December 18th, 1912. 

Broadmoor Company. 

Principal place of business, Miami, Fla. 

Capital stock, $5,000.00. 

Filed November 10th, 1911. 

Letters patent issued November 21st, 1911. 

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Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed February 5th, 1912. 

Brooksvillc Electric Light and Water Company. 

Principal place of business, Brooksville, Fla. 
Capital stock, $50,000.00. 
Filed March 29th, 1912. 
Letters patent issued May 2nd, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed May 16th, 1912. 

Brooksville Hardware & Supply Campany, 

Return of President increasing the capital stock from 
$10,000.00 to $25,000.00. 
Filed October 18th, 1911. 

J. E. Brophy Construction Company. 

Principal place of business, West Palm Beach, Fla. 
Capital stock, $50,000.00. 
Filed July 5th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued August 15th, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed August 21st, 1911. 

L. 8. Brown Company. 

Principal place of business, Pensacola, Fla. 
Capital stock, $25,000.00. 
Filed January 30th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued February 28th, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that' ten per cent of the capita? 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed May 8th, 1911. 



563 

Bryan-Snow-BaldricJc Company. 

Principal place of business, Tampa, Fla. 
Capital stock, $30,000.00. 
Filed November 7th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued December 9th, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed December 19th, 1911. 

J. A. Bryan Piano Company. 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 

Capital stock, f 15,000.00. 

Filed January 5th, 1911. 

Letters patent issued March 6th, 1911. 

Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 

Filed March 13th, 1911. 

Return of President increasing the capital stock from 
$15,000.00 to $50,000.00. 

Filed August 22nd, 1912. 

Bryant-Hardee Co mpany. 

Resolution changing name to "Bryant Brothers." 
Filed and letters patent issued February 6th, 1911. 

Bucky Lighterage Company. 

Return of President increasing the capital stock from 
$15,000.00 to $25,000.00. 

Filed February 9th, 1911. 

Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 

Filed February 20th, 1911. 



654 

Burns- Symonett Cigar Company. 

Resolution changing name to "The Utopia Cigar Com- 
pany." 

Filed and letters patent issued April 29th, 1911. 

Bush & Safford Company. 

Resolution changing name to ''Bush Piano Company." 
Filed and letters patent issued August 22nd, 1911. 

Byrne Realty Company. 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 
Capital stock, f 15,000.00. 
Filed January 13th, 1912. 
Letters patent issued February 14th, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed April 22nd, 1912. 

Buena Vista Biscayne Badger Club Company. 

Principal place of business, Miami, Fla. 
Capital stock, f 22,500.00. 
Filed August 3rd, 1911. 
Letters patent issued September 11th, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed October 23rd, 1911. 

Frank T. Budge Company. 

Principal place of business, Miami, Fla, 

Capital stock, $50,000.00. 

Filed May 16th, 1912. 

Letters patent issued July 1st, 1912. 



565 

Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed July 12th, 1912. 

Builders Trust Company, The 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 

Capital stock, $10,000.00. 

Filed June 15th, 1911. 

Letters patent issued July 17th, 1911. 

Buffalo-Palmetto Yegetaole Company. 

Principal place of business, Palmetto, Fla. 
Capital stock, $25,000.00. 
Filed March 11th, 1912. 
Letters patent issued April 10th, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed April 13th, 1912. 

Bunnell State Bank. 

Principal place of business, Bunnell Fla. 

Capital stock, $15,000.00. 

Filed April 10th, 1911. 

Letters patent issued May 15th, 1911. 

W. M. Burdine's Sons. 

Principal place of business, Miami, Fla. 
Capital stock, $112,000.00. 
Filed July 27th, 1912. 
Letters patent issued August 31st, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed November 8th, 1912. 



5G6 

Burger Brothers Company. 

Principal place of business, Tampa, Fla. 
Capital stock, $25,000.00. 
Filed May 3rd, 1911. 
Letters patent issued June 5th, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed June 12th, 1911. 

Burns Dock & Commercial Com puny. 

Principal place of business, Sarasota, Fla. 
Capital stock, $25,000.00. 
Filed July 10th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued August 22nd, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed September 4th, 1911. 

Burns Realty Company. 

Principal place of business, Sarasota, Fla. 
Capital stock, |50,000.00. 
Filed May 8th, 1912. 
Letters patent issued May 24th, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed May 29th, 1912. 

Burrow Press. 

Principal place of business, Pensacola, Fla. 

Capital stock, $25,000.00. 

Filed October 25th, 1912. 

Letters patent issued November 30th, 1912. 



567 

Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed December 12th, 1912. 

Bury & Anderson. 

Principal place of business, Mandarin, Fla. 
Capital stock, $12,000.00. 
Filed April 8th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued May 8th, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed May loth, 1911. 

G. 0. Bush Company. 

Principal place of business, Falmouth, Fla. 
Capital stock, $5,000.00. 
Filed September 7th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued October 6th, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed December 9th, 1911. 

Business Men's Clearing Hause Association. The 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 
Capital stock, $5,000.00. 
Filed December 1st, 1911. 
Letters patent issued January 10th, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed January 20th, 1912. 

Butler Brothers Company. 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 
Capital stock, $50,000.00. 



568 

Filed June 7th, 1911. 

Letters patent issued July 14th, 1911. 

Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 

stock has been subscribed and paid. 

Filed July 25th, 1911. 

Resolution changing name to "Butler & Butler." 

Filed September 4th, 191. 

Letters patent issued September 8th, 1911. 
s 

Cable Chase Piano Company. 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fa. 
Capital stock, $75,000.00. 
Filed January 5th, 1912. 
Letters patent issued February 2nd, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed February 5th, 1912. 

Cadillac Sales Corporation of South Florida. 

Principal place of business, Tampa, Fla. 

Capital stock, $50,000.00. 

Filed December 25th, 1911. 

Letters patent issued January 27th, 1912. 

Callahan Development Company. 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 
Capital stock, $20,000.00. 
Filed January 12th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued February 9th, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed February 9th, 1911. 

Caloosahatchee River Steamboat Line. 

Principal place of business. Fort Myers, Fla. 



569 

Capital stock, $60,000.00. 

Filed June 26th, 1911. 

Letters patent issued August 11th, 1911. 

The Camp Washington Company. 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 

Filed May 9th, 1911. 

Letters patent issued June 22, 1911. 

Capital City Grocery Company. 

Principal place of business, Tallahassee, Fla. 
Capital stock, $27,000.00. 
Filed June 3rd, 1911. 
Letters patent issued July 22nd, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed July 29th, 1911. 

Capital Investment Company. 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 
Capital stock, $30,000.00. 
Filed December 1st 1910. 
Letterts patent issued January 11th, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed April 3rd, 1911. 

Capital Realty Company. 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 
Capital stock, $50,000.00. 
Filed February 29th, 1912. 

Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed May 1st, 1912. 



570 

Carlton Investment Company. 

Principal place of business, Tampa, Fla. 

Capital stock, $5,000.00. 

Filed July 17th, 1911. 

Letters patent issued September 30th, 1911. 

Carrabelle Saivmitt Company. 

Principal place of business, Carrabelle, Fla. 
Capital stock, $500,000.00. 
Filed March 23rd, 1911. 
Letters patent issued June 21st, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed July 8th, 1911. 

The Carraway & Lanier Company. 

Principal place of business, Tallahassee, Fla. 
Capital stock, $5,000.00. 
Filed September 23rd, 1912. 
Letters patent issued October 23rd, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed October 25th, 1912. 

Carter Candy Company. 

Principal place of business, Tampa, Fla. 

Capital stock, $20,000.00. 

Filed October 19th, 1912. 

Letters patent issued November 21st, 1912. 

Carter Investment Company. 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 

Capital stock, $20,000.00. 

Filed July 25th, 1912. 

Letters patent issued September 6th, 1912. 



571 



Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed September 12th, 1912. 

Cedar Hill Water Works. 

Principal place of business, Lake Holder, Fla. 
Capital stock, $12,000.00. 
Letters patent issued March 16th, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed March 23rd, 1912. 

The Cedar Key State Bank. 

Principal place of business, Cedar Key, Fla. 

Capital stock $15,000.00. 

Filed June 25th, 1912. 

Letters patent issued July 29th, 1912. 

The Cellaret Supplies Company. 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 
Capital stock, $75,000.00. 
Filed March 10th, 1912. 
Letters patent issued April 18th, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed June Gth, 1912. 

Central Commissary Company. 

Principal place of business, Button, Fla. 

Capital stock, $1,500,00. 

Filed November 26th 1912. 

Letters patent issued December 30th, 1912. 



572 



Central Construction Company. 

Principal place of business, Lakeland, Fla. 

Capital stock, f 10,000.00. 

Filed February 7th, 1912. 

Letters patent issued March 23rd, 1912. 

Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 

Filed March 30th, 1912. 

Return of President increasing capital stock from 
$10,000.00 to $25,000.00. 

Filed July 9th, A. D. 1912. 

Central of Florida Railway Company. 

Principal place of business, Daytona, Fla. 

Capital stock ,$250,000.00. 

Filed November 13th, 1912. 

Letters patent issued December 19th, 1912. 

Central Fruit Company. 

Principal place of business, South Lake Weir, Fla. 
Capital stock, $100,000.00. 
Filed November 15th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued December 15th, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed December 22nd, 1911. 

Central Investment Company. 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 
Capital stock $100,000.00. 
Filed October 17th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued November 20th, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed December 7th, 1911. 



573 



Central Land & Title Company. 

Principal place of business, St. Petersburg, Fla. 

Capital stock, $50,000.00. 

Filed January 19th, 1912. 

Letters patent issued February 21th, 1912. 

Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 

Filed June 12th, 1912. 

Return of President increasing capital stock from $50,- 
000.00 to $75,000.00. 

Filed July 10th, 1912. 

Central Pharmacy, The 

Principal place of business, Plant City, Fla. 

Capital stock, $12,000.00. 

Filed October 17th, 1912. 

Letters patent issued November 26th, 1912. 

Central Realty Company. 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 

Capital stock, $6,000.00. 

Filed May 6th, 1912. 

Letters patent issued June 6th, 1912. 

Resolution changing name to "State Realty Company." 

Filed June 20th, 1912. 

Central Springfield Company. 

Resolution amending charter. 
Filed June 18th, 1912. 

Central Trust Company. 

Principal place of business, Tampa, Fla. 

Capital stock, $50,000.00. 

Filed January 16th, 1912. 

Letters patent issued February 21st, 1912. 



574 

Chalmers Motor Company of Jacksonville. 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 
Capital stock, $15,000.00. 
Filed July 19th, 1912. 
Letters patent issued August 29th, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed December 23rd, 1912. 

Charles A. Clark, Incorporated. 

^Resolution changing name to "Moulton & Kyle Com- 
pany." 

Filed and letters patent issued February 6th, 1911. 

Chase Construction Company. 

Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed March 4th, 1911. 

Chautauqua Auditorium Association. 

Principal place of business, Lakeland, Fla. 
Capital stock, $20,000.00. 
Filed March loth, 1912. 
Letters patent issued May 15th, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed May 22nd, 1912, 

Chicago-Florida Land Company. 

Eesolution changing name to "Tampa & Tarpon Springs 
Land Company." 

Filed and letters patent issued March 2nd, 1911. 



575 

Chipley Building Association. 

Principal place of business, Chipley. Fla. 

Capital stock, $25,000.00. 

Filed March 11th, 1912. 

Letters patent issued April 15th, 1912. 

Chipola Turpentine Company, The 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 
Capital stock, $50,000.00. 
Filed February 20th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued March 22nd, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed April 14th, 1911. 

''Christian Culture Lyceum Circuit, The 

Principal place of business, Gainesville, Fla. 
Capital stock, $5,000.00. 
Filed June 24th, 1912. 
Letters patent issued July 29th, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed August 22nd, 1912. 

Christian & Gamble Company. 

Principal place of business, Mcintosh, Fla. 
Capital stock, $25,000.00. . 
Filed August 26th, 1912. 
Letters patent issued October 21st, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed October 26th, 1912. 



576 



Chubb Lumber & Land Company, The 

Principal place of business, Chubb, Fla. 
Capital stock, $1,000,000.00. 
Filed August 27th, 1910. 
Letters patent issued March 20th, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 

Filed April 3rd, 1911. 

Kesolution changing name to "Monte Vista Investment 
Company." 

Filed and letters patent issued April 4th, 1911. 

Chuluota Company. 

Principal place of business, Chuluota, Fla. 

Capital stock, $100,000.00. 

Filed June 20th, 1912. 

Letters patent issued August 16th, 1912. 

Chumuckla Mineral Springs & Hotel Company. 

Principal place of business, Chumuckla, Fla. 

Capital stock, $200,000.00. 

Filed December 18th, 1911. 

Letters patent issued February 1st, 1912. ■ 

A. H. T. Cigar Company. 

Principal place of business, Lakeland, Fla. 
Capital stock, $15,000.00, 
Filed September 2nd, 1912. 
Letters patent issued October 19th, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed December 2nd, 1912. 



577 



Citizens' Bank of Bttshnell. 

Principal place of business, Bushnell, Fla. 

Capital stock, $15,000.00. 

Piled October 12th, 1912. 

Letters patent issued November 19th, 1912. 

Citizens' Bank of Eustis. 

Principal place of business, Eustis, Fla. 

Capital stock, $25,000.00. 

Filed May 31st, 1912. 

Letters patent issued July 2nd, 1912. 

Citizens' Bank of Inverness, The 

Principal place of business, Inverness, Fla. 

Capital stock, $25,000.00. 

Filed July 15th, 1912. 

Letters patent issued August 28th, 1912. 

Citizens' Bank of Mulberry. 

Principal place of business. Mulberry, Fla. 

Capital stock, $15,000.00. 

Filed May 22nd, 1912. 

Letters patent issued June 25th, 1912. 

Citizens' Bank of Sarasota. 

Principal place of business, Sarasota, Fla. 

Capital stock, $25,000.00. 

Filed April 4th, 1911. 

Letters patent issued May 9th, 1911. 

Citizens' Bank of Tallahassee, The 

Principal place of business, Tallahassee, Fla. 
Capital stock, $50,000.00. 

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578 

Filed October 22nd, 1912. 

Letters patent issued December 4th, 1912. 

Citizens' Ice & Cold Storage Company. 

Principal place of business, St. Petersburg, Fla 
Capital stock, |100,000.00. 
Filed June 22nd, 1912. 
Letters patent issued July 20th, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed August 10th, 1912. 

City Investing Company. 

Principal place of business, Gainesville, Fla. 
Capital stock, $100,000.00. 
Filed December 14th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued January 15th, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed January 19th, 1912. 

Citizens' Investment Company. 

Return of President increasing the capital stock from 
$10,000.00. to $20,000.00. 
Filed July 25th, 1912. 

Citizens' Investment Company of Ocala. 

Principal place of business, Ocala, Fla. 
Capital stock, $10,000.00. 
Filed January 10th, 1912. 
Letters patent issued February 10th, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed ami paid. 
Filed March 2nd, 1912. 



579 



Citizens' Realty Company. 

Principal place of business, Tampa, Fla. i 

Capital stock, $1 50,000.00. 
Filed November 30th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued December 28th, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed January 2nd, 1912. 

Citrus Southern Railway Company. 

Principal place of business, Orlando, Fla. 
Capital stock, $500,000.00. 
Filed May 25th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued July 11th, 1.911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed July 24th, 1911. 

Clarendon Hotel Company. 

Return of the President increasing the capital stock 
from .|300,000.00. to $500,000.00. 
Filed June 3rd, 1912. 

Clarke & Hogan. 

Principal place of business, Aucilla, Fla. 
Capital stock, $3,500.00. 
Filed June 5th, 1912. 
Letters patent issued July 13th, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. t 

Filed Julv 23rd, 1912. 



580 



Clark, Golden & Pameroy. 

Resolution changing name to ''Golden, Pomeroy Com- 
pany." 

Filed and letters patent issued March 20th, 1911. 



Clearwater Abstract Company. 

Principal place of business, Clearwater, Fla. 

CaDital stock, $15,000.00. 

Filed September 1st, 1911. 

Letters patent issued October 2nd, 1911. 

Coe Bo,ok Store. 

Principal place of business, Pensacola, Fla 
Capital stock, $15,000.00. 
Filed July 10th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued August 11th, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed August 18th, 1911. 

8. M. Cohen & Sons. 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 
Capital stock, $10,000.00. 
Filed January 17th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued February 25th,, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed March 8th, 1911. 

Colee-Snyder Company. 

Return of President increasing the capital stock from 
$10,000.00. to $20,000.00. 
Filed January 10th, 1911. 



581 

Resolution changing name to J. E. Snyder Company. 
Filed and letters patent issued January 29th, 1912. 

Coleman-Buchanan Fruit & Vegetable Farm Company. 

Principal place of business, Seffner, Fla. 
Capital stock, $25,000.00. 
Filed July 8th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued August 5th, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed August 19th, 1911. 

Colquit Lumber Company. 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 
Capital stock, $10,000.00. 
Filed March 25th, 1912. 
Letters patent issued April 27th, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed November 1st, 1912. 

Columbia County Abstract Company. 

Principal place of business, Lake City, Fla. 
Capital stock, $5,000.00. 
Filed November 17th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued December 20th, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed February 11th, 1912. 

Columbia County Bank. 

Principal place of business, Lake City, Fla. 
Capital stock, $50,000.00. 



582 

Filed January 12th, 1912. 

Letters patent issued February 13th, 1912. 

Columbia Grocery Company. 

Principal place of business, Lake City, Fla. 
Capital stock, $25,000.00. 
Filed October 14th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued November 15th, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed December 13th, 1911. 

Columbia Investment Company. 

Principal place of business. Lake City, Fla. 
Capital stock, $5,000.00. 
Filed October 18th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued November 20th, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed December 1st, 1911. 

Columbia Land &l Title Company. 

Principal place of business. Lake City, Fla. 
Capital stock, $5,000.00. 
Filed December 1st, 1911. 
Letters patent issued January 5th, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed January 17th, 1912. 

Columbia Motor Company. 

Principal place of busines, Lake City, Fla. 
Capital stock, $15,000.00. 
Filed November 1 0th, 1911. 



583 



Letters patent issued December 10th, 1911. 

Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 

Filed December 13th, 1911. 

Return of the President increasing the capital stock 
from |15,000.00. to -$50,000.00. 

Filed July 30th, 1912. 

Commercial Bank of Fort Mead. 

Principal place of business, Fort Mead, Fla. 
Capital stock, $15,000.00. 
Filed March 8th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued April 5th, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that 50 per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed October 31st, 1911. 

Commercial Bank of Jacksonville, Florida. 

Resolution under Sec. 2727, General Statutes, and be 
comes a Banking Company under provisions of genera! 
law. 

Filed April 16th, A. D. 1912. 

Commercial Bank of Ocala. 

Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed January 2nd, 1911. 

Resolution amending charter filed Dee. 27, 1911. 
Letters patent issued February 6th, 1912. 

R. A. Conkling Nurseries Company, The 

Principal place of business, Fellsmere. Fla. 
Capital stock, $30,000.00. 
Filed March 5th. 1912. 



584 

Letters patent issued April 9th, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed May 25th, 1912. 

Consolidated Cattle Company, The 

Principal place of business, Fort Myers, Fla. 
Capital stock, $75,000.00. 
Filed September 7th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued October 10th, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed October 30th, 1911. 

Consolidated Drug Company. 

Principal place of business, Green Cove Springs, Fla. 
Capital stock, $10,000.00. 
Filed August 22nd, 1912. 
Letters patent issued September 25th, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed November 5th, 1912. 

Consolidated Investment Company. 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 
< Japital stock, $25,000.00. 
Filed August 10th, 1912. 
Letters patent issued September 9th, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed September 17th, 1912. 



585 



Consumers Grocery Company. 

Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed January 12th, 1911. 

Consumers Ice Company. 

Principal place of business, St. Augustine, Fla. 

Capital stock, $40,000.00. 

Filed October 2nd, 1911. 

Letters patent issued November 4th, 1911. 

Consumrs Ice Light & Power Company. 

Principal place of business, New Smyrna, Fla. 

Capital stock, $10,000.00. 

Filed May 8th, 1911. 

Letters patent issued June 9th, 1911. 

Consumers Manufacturing and Printing Company. 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 
Capital stock, $25,000.00. 
Filed August 14th, 1912. 
Letters patent issued November 25th, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed December 2nd, 1912. 

George F. Cook Company. The 

Principal place of business, Miami, Fla. 
Capital stock, .$50,000.00. 
Filed April 3rd, 1911. 
Letters patent issued May 6th, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed May 12th, 1911. 



586 



Goons & Goldcr. 



Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 
Capital stock, $50,000.00 
Filed September 1st, 1911. 
Letters patent issued October 4th, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed October 12th, 1911. 

Co-operative Sanitary Baking Company. 

Principal place of business, Tampa, Fla. 
Capital stock, $50,000.00. 
Filed June 5th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued July 14th, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed August 30th, 1911. 

Co-operative Water Works Company. 

Principal place of business, Daytona Beach, Fla. 
Capital stock, $15,000.00. 
Filed March 1st, 1911. 
Letters patent issued April 3rd, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed May 29th, 1911. 

Corhin Motor Car Company, The 

Principal place of business, Madison, Fla. , 

Capital stock, $2,000.00. 

Filed March 10th, 1911. 

Letters patent issued April 14th, 1911. 



587 

Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed April 18th, 1911. 

Gorrall-Wodiska Y. Ca. 

Principal place of business, Tampa, Fla. 
Capital stock, $100,000.00. 
Filed July 1.5th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued August 21st, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed October 12th, 1911. 

Cortez Investment Company. 

Principal place of business, Tampa, Fla. 
( 'apital stock, $2,500.00. 
Filed May 22nd, 1912. 
Letters patent issued June 29th, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed July 11th, 1912. 

Colter's Drug Store. 

Principal place of business, Tampa, Fla. 
Capital stock, $50,000.00. 
Filed March 27th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued April 29th, 1-911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per rent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed May 4th, 1911. 

Cottondale News. 

Principal place of business, Cottondale, Fla. 
Capital stock, $2,000.00. 



588 

Filed April 8th, 1911. 

Letters patent issued May 25th, 1911. 

Comity Record Publishing Company. 

Principal place of business, Blountstown, Fla. 

Capital stock, f 2,500.00. 

Filed August 31st, 1912. 

Letters patent issued October 7th, 1912. 

Cove Company, The 

Principal place of business, Ocala, Fla. 
Capital stock, $00,000.00. 
Filed February 2nd, 1912. 
Letters patent issued March 11th, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed April 1st, 1912. 

Crainlyn Development Company. 

Principal place of business, Crainlyn, Fla. 
Capital stock, $50,000.00. 
Filed March 18th, 1912. 
Letters patent issued April 29th, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed August 6th, 1912. 

Crescent Operating Company. 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 

Capital stock, $50,000.00. 

Filed June 22nd, 1912. 

Letters patent issued August 19th, 1912. 



589 

Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed August 29th, 1912. 

Crew's Liquidizer Sulphur Company. 

Principal place of business, Blountstown. Fla. 

Capital stock, $6,000.00. 

Filed August 14th, 1911. 

Letters patent issued September 18th, 1911. 

Crosby & Hatcock Company. 

Principal place of business, Tampa, Fla. 
Capital stock, $25,000.00. 
Filed April 19th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued May 18th, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed June 3rd, 1911. 

Crowell Investment Company. 

Principal place of business, Apopka Fla. 
Capital stock, $350,000.00. 
Filed March 23rd, 1912. 
Letters patent issued June 10th, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed September 7th, 1912. 

Crown Loan & Savings Association. 

Principal place of business, Pensacola, Fla. 
Capital stock, $25,000.00. 
Letters patent issued March 11th, 1912. 
Filed February 7th, 1912. 



590 



Crystal Beach Company. 

Principal place of business, Crystal Beach, Fla. 
Capital stock, $50,000.00. 
Filed January 20th, 1912. 
Letters patent issued March 4th, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer mat ten per cent or the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed April 4th, 1912. 

Crystal Ice Company. 

Return of President increasing the capital stock from 
150,000.00 to |75,000.00. 
Filed June 5th, 1911. 

Crystal River Rock Company. 

Principal place of business, Tampa, Fla. 
Capital stock, $20,000.00. 
Filed June 17th, 1912. 
Letters patent issued July 9th, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed September 7th, 1912. 

Crystal Springs Co-operative Company. The 

Principal place of business, Crystal Springs, Fla. 

Capital stock, $ None—* 

Filed February 24th, 1912. 

Letters patent issued April 15th, 1912. 

Cumberland and Liberty Mills Company. 

Return of President increasing the capital stock from 
110,000.00 to $30,000.00. 
Filed January 5th, 1912. 



591 



W. W. Cummer & Sons Company, The 

Resolution of the President increasing the capital stock 
from |500,000.00 to $1,000,000.00, and amending Article 
VI to liability of one million dollars. 

Filed June 6th, 1912. 

Curry & Smith Cigar Company. 

Principal place of business, Orlando, Fla. 
Capital stock, $12,000.00. 
Filed July 29th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued August 26th, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed November 12th, 1912. 

G. M. Cypher Company. 

Principal place of business, Bradentown, Fla. 
Capital stock, $20,000.00. 
Filed May 10th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued July 1st, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed July 8th, 1911. 

Dade City Abstract & Title Guaranty Company. 

Principal place of business, Dade City, Fla. 
Capital stock $5,000.00. 
Filed January 6th, 1912. 
Letters patent issued February 3rd, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed February 13th, 1912. 

Dade City Highlands Company. 

Principal place of business, Tampa, Fla. 



592 

Capital stock $50,000.00. 
Filed December 4th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued January 3rd, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed September 12th, 1912. 

Da ilc City Land Company. 

Principal place of businss, Tampa, Fla. 

Capital stock $250,000.00. 

Filed April 18th, 1911. 

Letters patent issued May 29th, 1911. 

Resolution changing name to "Terrell Land & Devel- 
opment Company.*' 

Filed January 27th, 1912. 

Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 

Filed October 14th, 1912. 

Dade County Bank. 

Principal place of business, Fort Lauderdale, Fla. 
Capital stock $20,000.00. 
Filed February 24th, 1912. 
Letters patent issued March 29th, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed April 8th, 1912. 

Dade County Development Company. 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 
Capital stock $50,000.00. 
Filed January 15th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued March 31st, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed April 10th, 1911. 



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Dade Count)/ Telephone Company. 

Principal place of business, Homestead, Fla. 
Capital stock $10,000.00. 
Filed June 7th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued July 11th, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed October 12th, 1911. 

Dade County Title Insurance & Trust Company. 

Kesolution amending charter. 

Filed July 15th, 1912. 

Letters patent issued October 31st, 1912. 

Dade Lumber Company. 

Principal place of business, Fort Lauderdale, Fla. 

Capital stock $12,000.00. 

Filed February 15th, 1911. 

Letters patent issued March 18th, 1911. 

Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 

Filed March 27th, 1911. 

Eeturn of President increasing the capital stock from 
$12,000.00 to $25,000.00. 

Filed September 1st, 1911. 

Dade Rock Company. 

Principal place of business, Fort Lauderdale, Fla. 
Capital stock $50,000.00. 
Filed April 4th, 1912. 
Letters patent issued July 1st, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed July 12th, 1912. 

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594 



Dade Theater Company. 

Principal place of business, Port Lauderdale, Fla. 
Capital stock $5,000.00. 
Filed February 26th, 1012. 

Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed April 13th, 1912. 

Baffin Mercantile Company, The 

Principal place of business, Marianna, Fla. 
Capital stock $25,000.00. 
Filed February 10th, 1912. 
Letters patent issued March 18th, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed March 23rd, 1912. 

Dantzler-Williams Lumber Company. 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 
Capital stock $75,000.00. 
Filed January 10th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued February 23rd, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed March 21st, 1911. 

Davis (C. If.) & Son. 

Principal place of business, Palatka, Fla. 
Capital stock $40,000.00. 
Filed May 17th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued June 24th, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed July 5th, 1911. 



505 



Daytona Auto Supply Company. 

Principal place of business, Daytona, Fla. 

Capital stock $10,000.00. 

Filed September 10th, 1012. 

Letters patent issued October 23rd, 1012. 

Daytona Beach Pharmacy. 

Principal place of business, Daytona Beach, Fla. 

Capital stock $8,000.00. 

Filed June 1st, 1912. 

Letters patent issued -July 1st, 1012. 

Daytona Public Service Company. 

Principal place of business, Daytona, Fla. 

Capital stock $300,000.00. 

Filed October 12th, 1012. 

Letters patent issued November 14th, 1012. 

Dean Devlopment Company. 

Principal place of business, Fort Myers, Fla. 
Capital stock $100,000.00. 
Filed February 22nd. 1012. 
Letters patent issued March 22nd, 1M12. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per rent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed April 17th. 1912. 

7ieen Lumber Company. 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 
Capital stock $25,000.00. 
Filed May 2nd, 1911. 
Letters patent issued June 5th, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Tiled June Hth, 1011. 



>9G 



Dekle Land Company. 



Resolution amending charter. 
Filed February 10th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued March 30th, 1911. 
Return of President increasing the capital stock from 
1100,000.00 to 1500,000.00. 
Filed March 1st, 1911. 

DeLand Realty Company. 

Return of President increasing capital stock from 
15,000.00 to 110,000.00. 
Filed October 1th, 1012. 

Del Oro Groves. 

4 

Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed October 27th, 1911. 

DeSilva & Ferris Company. 



Resolution changing name to "H. G. DeSilva & Com- 

ny." 

Filed June 8th, 1912. 



panv." 



Despland Hotel Company. 

Principal place of business, Daytona. Fla. 
Capital stock $150,000.00. 
Filed April 15th, 1912. 
Letters patent issued May 11th, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed May 16th, 1912. 

Deerfield Development & Land Company. 

Principal place of business, West Palm Beach, Fla. 



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Capital stock $20,000.00. 
Filed December 8th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued January 8th, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed January 20th, 1912. 

De Funiak Ice & Fuel Company. 

Principal place of business, De Funiak Springs, Fla. 
Capital stock $10,000.00. 
Filed September 13th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued October 21st, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed November 18th, 1911. 

De Funiak Furniture Company. 

Principal place of business, De Funiak Springs, Fla. 
Capital stock $5,000.00. 
Filed Octobr 13th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued December 18th, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed December 21st, 1911. 

De Funiak Hotel Company. 

Principal place of business, De Funiak Springs, Fla. 
Capital stock $40,000.00. 
Filed February 15th, 1912. 
Letters patent issued March 21st, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed March 21st, 1912. 



598 



Del Oro Transportation Company. 

Principal place of business, Tampa, Fla. 

Capital stock 12,000.000. 

Filed January 6th, 1912. 

Letters patent issued February 0th, 1912. 

Dekle {M. L.) Company. 

Principal place of business, Marianna, Fla. 
Capital stock $50,000.00. 
Filed February 24th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued March 29th, 1911. 

Delray Lumber Company. 

Principal place of business, Delray, Fla. 
Capital stock $10,000.00. 
Filed May 13th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued June 16th, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed July 27th, 1911. 

Delray Mercantile Company. 

Principal place of business, Delray, Fla. 

Capital stock |20,000.00. 

Filed July 5th, 1912. 

Letters patent issued August 13th, 1912. 

Denby Furniture Company. 

Principal place of business, Gainesville, Fla. 
Capital stock $15,000.00. 
Flied January 4th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued February 15th, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed Februarv 20th, 1911. 



599 



Dennifield Company, The 

Principal place of business, Gainesville, Fla. 

Capital stock $1,000.00. 

Filed December 30th, 1910. 

Letters patent issued February 11th, 1911. 

Dennis-Thompson Company. 

Principal place of business, Fort White, Fla. 

Capital stock $15,000.00. 

Filed August 4th, 1911. 

Letters patent issued September 4th, 1911. 

Affidavit of Treasurer tbat ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 

Filed September 11th, 1911. 

Resolution changing name to "Dennis-Hughes Com- 
pany." 

Filed February 19th, 1912. 

DeSoto Ice Cold Storage Company. 

Principal place of business, Arcadia. Fla. 

Capital stock .f 50,000.00. 

Filed June 1st, 1912. 

Letters patent issued -July 9th, 1912. 

DeSoto Improvement Company. 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 
Capital stock, $25,000.00. 
Filed October 30th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued December 7th, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of Ihe capilal 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed May 13th, 1912. 

Development Company, The 

Principal place of business. Live Oak, Fla. 



GOO 



Capital stock flO,000.00. 
Filed October 12th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued November 14th, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed Novmber 21st, 1911. 

Dezell Enterprise Company. 

Principal place of business, Greensboro, Fla. 
, Capital stock $5,000.00. 

Filed April 23rd, 1912. 

Letters patent issued May 22nd, 1912. 

Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 

Filed June 13th, 1912. 

Drake Lumber Company. 

Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed December 14th, 1912. 

Diaz (V. Guerra) k Company. 

Principal place of business, Tampa, Fla. 
Capital stock $15,000.00. 
Filed June 28th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued July 28th, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed August 3rd, 1911. 

Dillon-Davis Company. 

Principal place of business, Malone, Fla 

Capital stock $10,000.00. 

Filed November 23rd, 1911. 

Letters patent issued January 4th, 1912. 



601 



Dixie Garage. 



Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 
Capital stock f5,000.00. 
Filed April 18th, 1912. 
Letters patent issued May 27th, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed June 5th, 1912. 

Resolution changing name to "Central Garage." 
Filed June 5th, 1912. 
Letters patent issued June 5th, 1912. 

Dixie Machinery & Manufacturing Company. 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 
Capital stock 125,000.00. 
Filed December 18th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued January 15th, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed January 25th, 1912. 

Dixie Turpentine Company. 

Principal place of business, Jasper, Fla. 

Capital stock #25,000.00. 

Filed December 25th, 1910. 

Letters patent issued March 9th, 1911. 

Dodge Building Company. 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 
Capital stock % 50,000.00. 
Filed April 8th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued May 10th, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed November 20th, 1911. 



602 



Domiuguez {E.) Company. 

Principal place, of business. Tampa, Fla. 
Capital stock $15,000.00. 
Filed August 28th, 1912. 
Letters patent issued September 30th, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed November 12th, 1912. 

Donegan Cattle Company. 

Principal place of business, Kissimmee, Fla. 
Capital stock $50,000.00. 
Filed September 14th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued October 16th, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed December 2nd, 1911. 

Bowling (F. 31.) & Co. 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 
Capital stock $100,000.00. 
Filed November 2nd, 1912. 
Letters patent issued December 3rd, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed December 23rd, 1912. 

Dotcling-Shands Lumber Company. 

Principal place of business, Green Cove Springs, Fla. 
Capital stock $100,000.00. 
Filed July 7th, 1911. 

Letters patent issued August 14th, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed August 26th, 1911. 



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Drew (H. &. W. B.) Company, The 

Resolution amending charter. 

Filed January 6th, 1912. 

Letters patent issued February 10th, 11)12. 

Drew {John H.\ Devlopment Com pony. 

Principal place of business. West Tampa. Fla. 
Capital stock $50,000.00. 
Filed November 11th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued December 12th, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock 1ms been subscribed and paid. 
Filed December 28th. 1911. 

Dunnellon Development Company. 

Principal place of business. Dunnellon, Fla. 
Capital stock $20,0(10.0(1. 
Filed June 2nd, 1911. 
Letters patent issued July 14th, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed July 22nd. 1911. 

Dunn's Creek Turpentine Company. 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 
Capital stock $10,000.00. 
Filed December 17th, 1910. 
Letters patent issued January 17th, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the eapitel 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed February 22nd, 1911. 

Dutton Terpentine Company. 

Principal place of business. Lacoochee, Fla. 
Capital stock $40,000.00. 



604 



Piled March 8th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued April 14th, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed April 20th, 1911. 

Resolution changing name to "J. W. Dutton Company." 
Filed June 1st, 1911. 

Duval Building Company. 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 

Capital stock $250,000.00. 

Filed November 18th, 1912. 

Letters patent issued December 18th, 1912. 

Duval Timber Company. 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 
Capital stock $10,000.00. 
Filed September 1st, 1911. 
Letters patent issued October 4th, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed October 11th, 1911. 

Duval Trust Company. 

Return of President increasing the capital stock from 
$50,000.00 to $1,000,000.00. 
Filed March 26, 1912. 

East Coast Lumber & Supply Company. 

Resolution amending charter. 

Filed August 16th, 1911. 

Letters patent issued October 18th, 1911. 

East Coast State Bank. 

Principal place of business, Daytona Beach, Fla. 



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Capital stock $25,000.00. 

Filed July 22nd, 1912. 

Letters patent issued August 29th, 1912. 

East Bay Transportation Company. 

Principal place of business, Holly, Fla. 
Capital stock $5,000.00. 
Filed March 25th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued May 3rd, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed May 12th, 1912. 

East and West Coast Transportation Company. 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 
Capital stock $100,000.00. 
Filed March 11th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued April 19th, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed April 27th, 1911. 

East Coast Towing Company. 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 
Capital stock $10,000.00. 
Filed March 20th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued April 18th, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed May 2nd, 1911. 

Econfina Mining Company, The 

Principal place of business (near) Compass Lake, Fla 
Capital stock $10,000.00. 
Filed January 26th, 1912. 



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Letters patent issued March 1st, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed April 8th, 1912. 

Edgewater Company, The 

Principal place of business, Miami, Fla. 
Capital stock $5,000.00. 
Filed November 10th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued December 21st, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital, 
stock has been subscribed and paid. . 
Filed February 5th, 1912. 

Edwards Company, The 

Principal place of business, St. Petersburg, Fla. 
Capital stock $10,000.00. 
Filed July 31st, 1911. 
Letters patent issued September 1st, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed September 8th, 1911. 

Edwards Insurance Agency, The 

Principal place r>f business, Live Oak, Fla. 
Capital stock $5,000.00. 
Filed July 14th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued August 11th, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed August 19th, 1911. 

Effanger Tobacco Company. 

Principal place of business, Quincy, Fla. 
Capital stock $15,000.00. 



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Filed July 18th, 1912. 
Letters patent issued August 20th, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed September 5th, 1912. 

Elarbee Improvement Company. 

Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed March 30th, 1911. 

El Progreso Obrero. 

.Resolution amending charter. 

Filed August 17tli, 1911. 

Letters patent issued October 7th, 1911. 

Return of President increasing the capital stock from 
.*! 0,400.00 to .f 40,000.00. 

Filed October 7th, 1911. 

Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 

Filed October 18th, 1911. 

Enterprise Lumber & Box Company. 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 
Capital stock $15,000.00. 
Filed January 26th, 1912. 
Letters patent issued March 6th, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed April 15th, 1912. 

Enterprise Telephone Company. 

Principal place of business. Enterprise, Fla. 
Capital stock $1,000.00. 
Filed August 21st, 1912. 



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Letters patent issued September 30th, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed December 19th, 1912. 

Enville Lumber Company. 

Principal place of business, Enville, Fla. 

Capital stock $25,000.00. 

Filed March 9th, 1912. 

Letters patent issued April 8th, 1912. 

Empire Drug Company. 

Principal place of business, Wauchula, Fla. 
Capital stock $3,000.00. 
Filed December 5th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued January 3rd, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed January Oth, 1912. 

Erickson (J. A.) & Company. 

Principal place of business, De Land, Fla. 
Capital stock $50,000.00. 
Filed April 6th, 1912. 
Letters patent issued May 15th, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed May 23rd, 1912. 

Escambia County Electric Light and Power Company. 

Eeturn of President increasing the capital stock from 
$50,000.00 to $150,000.00. 
Filed March 1st, 1911. 



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Espanola Land Company. 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 
Capital stock $25,000.00. 
Filed July 8th, 1912. • 
Letters patent issued August 8th, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed August 19th, 1912. 

Eureka Manufacturing Company. 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 
Capital stock $25,000.00. 
Filed February 22nd, 1912. 
Letters patent issued April 16th, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed April 22nd, 1912. 

Eureka Steam Laundry Company. 

Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed August 10th, 1911. 

Enstis Yacht Club. 

Principal place of business, Eustis, Fla. 

Capital stock $5,000.00. 

Filed March 8th, 1911. 

Letters patent issued May 13th, 1911. 

Everglades Cane & Fruit Land Company. 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 

Capital stock $25,000.00. 

Filed December 8th, 1911. 

Letters patent issued July 10th, 1911. 

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Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 

Filed July 25th, 1911. 

Eeturn of President increasing the capital stock from 
$25,000.00 to 1200,000.00. 

Filed December 16th, 1911. 

Everglades Ditch & Road Company. 

Principal place of business, Miami, Fla. 

Capital stock |25,000.00. 

Filed December 28th, 1910. 

Letters patent issued February 10th, 1911. 

Everglades Grocery Company. 

Principal place of business, Fort Lauderdale, Fla. 

Capital stock $10,000.00. 

Filed February 14th, 1911. 

Letters patent issued March 24th, 1911. 

Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 

Filed April 14th, 1911. 

Peturn of President increasing the capital stock from 
$10,000.00 to $25,000.00. 

Filed November 26th, 1912. 

Everglade Land Sales Company. 

Principal place of business, Miami, Fla. 
Capital stock $50,000.00. 
Filed August 16th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued October 9th. 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed November 6th, 1911. 



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Exchange Cigar Company. 

Principal place of business, West Tampa, Fla. 
Capital stock $15,000.00. 
Filed December 10th, 1910. 
Letters patent issued January 11th, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed January 14th, 1911. 

Exchange Company, The 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 
Capital stock $10,000.00. 
Filed July 20th, 1912. 
Letters patent issued August 20th, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed November 19th, 1912. 

Extra Cover Bolder Bed Company. 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 
Capital stock $100,000.00. 
Filed March 31st, 1911. 
Letters patent issued April 29th, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed May 31st, 1911. 

Fain Investment Co, The 

Principal place of business, St. Petersburg, Fla. 
Capital stock, $25,000.00. 
Filed May 30th, 1912. 
Letters patent issued June 29th, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed September 24th, 1912. 



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Falco Naval Stores Company. 

Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed February 14th, 1911. 

Farmers Bank of Lee, The 

Principal place of business, Lee, Fla. 

Capital stock, $15,000.00. 

Filed November 11th, 1910. 

Letters patent issued January 5th, 1911. 

Resolution changing name to "The Farmers Bank " 

Filed March 20th, 11)11. 

Farmers & Dealers Bank. 

Principal place of business, Lake Butler, Fla. 

Capital stock, |25,000.00. 

Filed September 4th, 1911. 

Letters patent issued October 6th, 1911. 

Farmers & Merchants Bank of Trenton. 

Principal place of business, Trenton, Fla. 

Capital stock, $15,000.00. 

Filed September 15th, 1911. 

Letters patent issued October 18th, 1911. 

Farmers Union Stock Company. 

Principal place of business, Fort Ogdeu, Fla. 

Capital stock, $10,000.00. 

Filed July 19th, 1912. 

Letters patent issued August 27th, 1912. 

Farmers Union Warehouse Company. 
Resolution amending charter. 



Filed July 29th, 1911. 

Letters patent issued September 25th, 1911. 

Farmers Warehouse & Supply Company. 

Principal place of business, Alpha, Fla. 

Capital stock, $10,000.00. 

Filed July 28th, 1911. 

Letters patent issued September 11th, 1911. 

Fearnside Clothing Company. 

Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed January 25th, 1912. 

Fellsmere Co-operative Company. 

Principal place of businss, Fellsmere, Fla. 

Capital stock, $30,000.00. 

Filed November 16th, 1912. 

Letters patent issued December 18th, 1912. 

Felt Fruit Company. 

Principal place of business, Emporia, Fla. 
Capital stock, $10,000.00. 
Filed November 24th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued January 2nd, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed January 6th, 1912. 

P. G. Fernandez Cigar Company. 

Principal place of business, Tampa, Fla. 

Capital stock, $25,000.00. 

Filed December 16th, 1910. 

Letters patent issued February 11th, 1911. 



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Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed March 22nd, 1911. 

Ferry-Pass Inspectors & Shippers Association. 

Return of President increasing capital stock from 
#10,000.00 to |11,250.00. 
.Filed May 1st, A. I). 1912. 

Fidelity Bank of New Smyrna. 

Principal place of business, New Smyrna, Fla. 

Capital stock, $25,000.00. 

Filed October 23rd, 1911. 

Letters patent issued January 11th, 1912. 

Fidlity Company, The 

Principal place of business, Pensacola, Fla. 

Capital stock, $10,000.00. 

Filed July 24th, 1912. 

Letters patent issued August 21st, 1912. 

H. R. Finn Realty Company. 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 
Capital stock, $500,000.00. 
Filed November 18th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued December 26th, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed January 26th, 1912. 

Finkelstein & Slott Company. 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 
Capital stock, $15,000.00. 
Filed December 1st, 1910. 



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Letters patent issued January 3rd, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed February 1st, 1911. 

First State Bank of Clermont. 

Principal place of business, Clermont, Fla. 

Capital stock, $15,000.00. 

Filed July 17th, 1912. 

Letters patent issued October 12th, 1912. 

First State Bank of Zephyrhills. 

Principal place of business, Zephyrhills, Fla. 

Capital stock, $15,000.00. 

Filed March 22nd, 1912. 

Letters patent issued May 2nd, 1912. 

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First Savings Bank of Jacksonville. 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 
Capital stock, $30,000.00. 
Filed April 3rd, 1912. 
Letters patent issued May 9th, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed June 29th, 1912. 
Resolution amending charter. 
Filed August 3rd, 1912. 
Letters patent issued September 5th, 1912. 

FisJwr-Barkdull Farms Agency, The 

Principal place of business, Pensacola, Fla. 

Capital stock, $1,000.00. 

Filed May 31st, 1912. 

Letters patent issued July 1st, 1912. 



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Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed August 1st, 1912. 

Fisher Insurance Agency. 

Eeturn of President increasing the capital stock from 
$7,500.00 to $20,000.00. 

Filed December 22nd, 1911. 

Resolution changing name to "Fisher-Brown Insurance 
Agency." 

Filed and letters patent issued December 22nd, 1911. 

Fisher Real Estate Agency. 

Eeturn of President increasing the capital stock from 
$10,000.00 to $250,000.00. 
Filed June 12th, 1911. 

Fleece Telephone Company. 

Principal place of business, Wildwood, Fla. 

Capital stock, $25,000.00. 

Filed August 9th, 1912. 

Letters patent issued September 30th, 1912. 

Florida Abstract Company. 

Principal place of business, West Palm Beach, Fla. 
Capital stock, $20,000.00. 
Filed June 19th, 1912. 
Letters patent issued July 31st, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed August 14th, 1912. 



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Florida Abstract & Title Security Company. 

Return of President increasing the capital stock from 
$50,000.00 to $100,000.00. 
Filed April 26th, 1911. 

Florida Automobile Sales Company. 

Principal place of business, Ocala, Fla. 
Capital stock, $25,000.00. 
Filed November 29th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued January 11th, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed January 15th, 1912. 

Florida Bank of Gainesville, The 

Return of President increasing the capital stock from 
$75,000.00 to $150,000.00. 
Filed December 30th, 1912. 

Florida & Bay Railroad Company. 

Principal place of business, Panama City, Fla. 

Capital stock, $50,000.00. 

Filed March 8th, 1912. 

Letters patent issued April 29th, 1912. 

Florida Burial Case Company. 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 
Capital stock, $30,000.00. 
Filed July 15th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued August 15th, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed August 26th, 1911. 



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Florida Citrus Groves Company, The 

Principal place of business, Melbourne, Fla. 
Capital stock, $100,000.00. 
Filed September 21st, 1912. 
Letters patent issued October 4th, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed November 22nd, 1912. 

Florida Christian Assembly Association. 

Eesolution amending charter. 

Filed December 2nd, 1910. 

Letters patent issued January 3rd, 1911. 

Eesolution amending charter. 

Filed May 18th, 1911. 

Letters patent issued June 27th, 1911. 

Eesolution amending charter 

Filed October 3rd, 1912. 

Letters patent issued November 26th, 1912. 

Florida Coastal Inland Navigation Company. 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 
Capital stock, |200,000.00. 
Filed March 29th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued May 5th, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed May 15th, 1911. 

Florida Central Land Company. 

Principal place of business, Ocala, Fla. 

Capital stock, f 10,000.00. 

Filed October 3rd, 1911. 

Letters patent issued October 3rd, 1911. 



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Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed April 15th, 1912. 

Florida Cypress Company. 

Principal place of business, Pensacola, Fla. 
Capital stock, $250,000.00. 
Filed June 3rd, 1911. 
Letters patent issued August 7th, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed August 10th, 1911. 

Florida Fast Coast Fruit Land Company. 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 

Capital stock, $10,000.00. 

Filed January 24th, 1911. 

Letters patent issued March 8th, 1011. 

Florida Fast Coast Railway Company. 

Resolution amending charter. 

Filed April 30th, 1011. 

Letters patent issued June 28th, 1911. 

Florida Electric & Machinery Company, The 

Principal place of business, Lakeland, Fla. 
Capital stock, $10,000.00. 
Filed January 17th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued February 17th, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed February 17th, 1911. 

Florida Farm Development Company. 

Principal place of business, Jacksonvile, Fla. 



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Capital stock, $1,000,000.00. 

Filed August 19th, 1911. 

Letters patent issued September 19th, 1911. 

Florida Farm Mortgage Company. 

Principal place of business, Pensacola, Fla. 
Capial stock, $10,000.00. 
Filed February 21st, 1912. 
Letters patent issued March 25th, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed August 8th, 1912. 

Florida Fire & Casualty Insurance Company. 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 
Capital stock, $500,000.00. 
Filed January 18th, 1912. 
Letters patent issued February 16th, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed March 9th, 1912. 

Florida Freezer & Fertilizer Company. 

Principal place of business, Jensen, Fla. 
Capital stock, $300,000.00. 
Filed February 7th, 1912. 

Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed April 4th, 1912. 

Florida Fruit & Fertilizer Company. 

Eeturn of the President increasing the capital stock 
from $50,000.00 to $100,000.00. 
Filed June 28th, 1912. 



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Florida Fuel & Fertilizer Company. 

Kesolution changing name to ''Peninsular Fertilizer 
Company." 

Filed August 9th, 1912. 

Florida Gardens. 

Principal place of business, Sanford, Fla. 
Capital stock, $2,000,000.00. 
Filed March 20th, 1912. 
Letters patent issued May 3rd, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed May 16th, 1912. 

Florida & Georgia Land Company. 

Principal place of business, Lakeland, Fla. 
Capital stock, f 50,000.00. 
Filed January 18th, 1912. 
Letters patent issued February 22nd, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed April 12th, 1912. 

Florida Home Finders. 

Principal place of business, Miami, Fla. 
Capital stock, $10,000.00. 
Filed August 16th, 1912. 
Letters patent issued September 19th, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed October 7th, 1912. 

Florida Ice & Coal Company. 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 



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Capital stock, $100,000.00. 

Filed January 6th, 1911. 

Letters patent issued February 8th, 1911, 

Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 

Filed March 27th, 1911. 

Return of the President increasing capital stock from 
1100,000.00 to $200,000.00. 

Filed December 17th, 1912. 

Florida Indian River Farms Company. 

Principal place of business, Cocoa, Fla. 
Capital stock, $100,000.00. 
Filed July 5th, 1912. 
Letters patent issued August 21st, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed September 17th, 1912. 

Florida Interuroan Railway & Tunnel Company. 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 

Capital stock, $2,000,000.00. 

Filed September 19th, 1912. 

Letters patent issued October 21st, 1912. 

Florida Holding Company, The 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 
Capital stock, $15,000.00. 
Filed April 26th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued Judy 5th, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed December 26th, 1911. 



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Florida Hospital Association, The 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 

Capital stock, $10,000.00. 

Filed June 8th, 1911. 

Letters patent issued July 10th, 1911. 

Florida Home Builders Association. 

Principal place of business, Ocala, Fla. 

Capital stock, $10,000.00. 

Filed December 18th, 1911. 

Letters patent issued January 29th, 1912. 

Florida Homeseekers Land Company. 

Principal place of business, Melbourne, Fla. 
Capital stock, $100,000.00. 
Filed April 17th, 1912. 
Letters patent issued June 22nd, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed August 19th, 1912. 

Florida Kissimmee River Land Company. 

Principal place of business, Kissimmee, Fla. 

Capital stock, $300,000.00. 

Filed June 6th, l r !12. 

Letters patent issued August 28th, 1912. 

Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 

Filed September 5th, 1912. 

Eesolution changing name to "National Land Com- 
pany," of Jacksonville, Fla. 

Filed November 20th, 1912. 

Letters patent issued November 20th, 1912. 



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Florida Land Sales Company, Limited. 

Principal place of business, Titusville, Fla; 
Capital stock, $25,000.00. 
Filed November 14th, 1910. 
Letters patent issued January 2nd, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed April 3rd, 1911. 

Florida Land Syndicate. 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 
Capital stock, $5,000,000.00. 
Filed February 11th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued March 16th, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed April 28th, 1911. 

Florida Life Agency Company. 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 

Capital stock, $ 50,000.00. 

Filed June 27th, 1911. 

Letters patent issued July 27th, 1911. 

Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 

Filed November 24th, 1911. 

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Florida Mercantile Agency. 

Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed June 5th, 1911. 

Florida Metal Products Company. 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 



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Capita] stock, $150,000.00. 
Filed December 28th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued February 2nd, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed February 9th, 1912. 

Florida Mortgage & Deposit Company. 

Principal place of business, Tampa, Fla. 

Capital stock, $25,000.00. 

Filed April 22nd, 1911. 

Letters patent issued May 22nd, 1911. 

Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 

Filed June 16th, 1911. 

Return of President increasing capital stock from 
$25,000.00 to $50,000.00. 

Filed June 8th, 1912. 

Florida Mutual Realty Company. 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 

Capital stock, $100,000.00. 

Filed December 16th, 1910. 

Letters patent issued April 8th, 1911. 

Florida Navigation Company. 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 
Capital stock, $25,000.00. 
Filed May 18th, 1912. 
Letters patent issued June 20th, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed July 15th. 1912. 

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Florida Nursery & Trading Company. 

Return of President increasing the capital stock from 
$2,000.00 to $10,000.00. 

Filed February 14th, 1911. 

The Florida Operating Company. 

Principal place of business, Jasper, Fla. 
Capital stock, $10,000.00. 
Filed December 7th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued January 8th, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed January 12th, 1912. 

Florida Orange & Truck Farms Company. 

Principal place of business, Orlando, Fla. 
Capital stock, $400,000.00. 
Filed March 7th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued June 22nd, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed June 28th, 1911. 

Florida Ostrich Farm. 

Resolution amending^ charter. 
Filed January 6th, 1912. 
Letters patent issued February 21st, 1912. 
Return of President increasing the capital stock from 
$60,000.00 to $90,000.00. 
Filed February 20th, 1912. 

Florida Pile & Timber Company. 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 
Capital stock, $5,000.00. 
Filed March 17th, 1911. 



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Letters patent issued April 17th, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed November 11th, 1911. 

Florida Pine Products Company. 

Principal place of business, Molino, Fla. 

Capital stock, $5,000.00. 

Filed December 28th, 1911. 

Letters patent issued January 26th, 1912. 

Florida Plantation Company. 

Principal place of business, Fellsmere, Fla. 
Capital stock, $1,000,000.00. 
Filed July 9th, 1912. 
Letters patent issued August 6th, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed November 16th, 1912. 

Florida Real Estate & Investment Compctny. 

Principal place of business, Orlando, Fla. 
Capital stock, $25,000.00. 
Filed August 15th, 1912. 
Letters patent issued October 16th, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed November 7th, 1912. 

Florida Rod & Gun Club. 

Principal place of business, Winter Haven, Fla. 

Capital stock, $5,000.00. 

Filed August 8th, 1912. 

Letters patent issued September 14th, 1912. 



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Florida Sales Agency. 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 

Capital stock, $1,000.00. 

Filed February 1st, 1912. 

Letters patent issued February 29th, 1912. 

Florida Sand & Shell Company. 

Principal place of business, Tampa, Fla. 

Capital stock, $25,000.00. 

Filed October 2nd, 1912. 

Letters patent issued November 21st, 1912 

Florida Sea Food Company. 

Principal place of business, Fernandina, Fla. 
Capital stock, $7,000.00. 
Filed August 31st, 1912. 
Letters patent issued October 8th, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed October 17th, 1912. 

Florida Song Book Company. 

Principal place of business, Tampa, Fla. 

Capital stock, $5,000.00. 

Filed October 19th, 1912. 

Letters patent issued November 21st, 1912. 

Florida Southern Securities Company. 

Principal place of business, Fulford, Fla. 
Capital stock, $15,000.00. 
Filed January 2Gth, 1912. 
Letters patent issued March 21st, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed June 5th, 1912. 



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Florida ititate Poultry Show, The 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 
Capital stock, $1,000.00. 
Filed October 26th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued November 27th, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
fctock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed January 9th, 1912. 

Florida Talking Machine Company, The 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 

Capital stock, $50,000.00. 

Filed June 24th, 1911. 

Letters patent issued August 1st, 1911. 

Florida Title & Abstract Company. 

Principal place of business, Ocala, Fla. 
% Filed May 10th, 1911. 

Letters patent issued June 17th, 1911. 

Florida Title Company. ,, 

Principal place of business, Miami, Fla. 

Capital stock, $100,000.00. 

Filed November 11th, 1912. 

Letters patent issued December 6th, 1912. 

Florida Tobacco Commission Company. 

Return of President increasing the capital stock from 
$6,000.00 to $25,000.00. 

Filed January 13th, 1911. 

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Florida Toivnsite Company. 

Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
fctoek has been subscribed and paid. 



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Filed January 16th, 1911. 

Keturn of President increasing capital stock from 
150,000.00 to 1100,000.00 
Filed July 31st, 1911. 

Florida Trunk Manufacturing Company. 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 
Capital stock, $20,000.00. 
Filed August 4th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued September 5th, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed aud paid. 
Filed September 13th, 1911. 

Florida Towboat Company, The 

Principal place of business, Pensacola, Fla. 
Capital stock, $20,000.00. 
Filed March 16th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued April 11th, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed April 19th, 1911. 

Floridatown Land Company. 

Principal place of business, Floridatown, Fla. 
( 'apital stock, $20,000.00. 
Filed December 21st, 1910. 
Letters patent issued January 30th, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed March 31st, 1911. 

Florida West Coast & Gulf R. R. Company. 

Principal place of business. Fori Myers, Fla. 
Capital stock, $500,000.00. 



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Filed May 16th, 1911. 

Letters patent issued June 22nd, 1911. 

Florida West Indian Transportation Company. 

Principal place of business, St. James City, Fla. 

Capital stock, $50,000.00. 

Filed October 23rd, 1912. 

Letters patent issued November 25th, 1912. 

Florida Woodenware Company. 

Principal place of business, Palatka, Fla. 

Capital stock, $40,000.00. 

Filed November 26th, 1910. 

Letters patent issued January 5th, 1911. 

Florence Villa Fruit Company. 

Principal place of business, Florence Villa, Fla. 
Capital stock, $250,000.00. 
Filed May 10th. 1911. 
Letters patent issued June 20th, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed June 30th, 1911. 

Flowers Stock Company. 

Principal place of business, Malone, Fla. 

Capital stock, $6,000.00. 

Filed December 16th, 1910. 

Letters patent issued January 14th, 1911. 

Forsyth Com pa n y. 

Principal place of business, .Jacksonville. Fla. 
Capital stock, $15,000.00, 
Filed September 10th. 1<>12. 



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Letters patent issued October 10th, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed November 22nd, 1912. 

Forsyth Investment Company. 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 
Capital stock, |50,000.00. 
Filed February loth, 1912. 
Letters patent issued March 18th, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed April 8th, 1912. 

Forsyth Vaudeville and Amusement Company. 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 

Capital stock, $200,000.00. 

Filed September 30th, 1912. 

Letters patent issued November 4th, 1912. 

Forsyth Realty Company. 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 
Capital stock, $15,000.00. 
Filed March 30th, 1912. 
Letters patent issued May 8th, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed May 16th, 1912. 

Fort Lauderdale Ice & Light Company. 

Principal place of business, Fort Lauderdale, Fla. 

Capital stock, $50,000.00. 

Filed February 3rd, 1911. 

Letters patent issued March 24th, 1911. 



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Fort Lauderdale Telephone Company. 

Principal place of business, Fort Lauderdale, Fla. 
Capital stock, $15,000.00. 
Filed March 29th, 1012. 
Letters patent issued May 17th, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed June 6th, 1912. 

Fort Mead Electric Company. 

Principal place of business, Fort Mead, Fla. 
Capital stock, $10,000.00. 
Filed April 26th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued May 29th, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock bas been subscribed and paid. 
Filed June 10th, 1911. 

Fort Myers Development Company. 

Principal place of business, Fort Myers, Fla. 
Capital stock, $50,000.00. 
Filed May 1th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued June 6th, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed April 17th, 1912. 

Fort Myers Citrus Growers' Association. 

Principal place of business, Fort Myers, Fla. 

Capital stock, none. 

Filed November 1st, 1912. 

Letters patent issued December 13th, 1912. 

Fort Ogden Citrus Growers' Association. 

Principal place of business, Fort Ogden, Fla. 



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Capital stock, none. 

Filed August 7th, 1911. 

Letters patent issued September 25th, 1911. 

Fort Pierce Farms. 

Principal place of business. Fort Pierce, Fla. 

Capital stock, $3,000.00. 

Filed October 28th, 1911. 

Letters patent issued November 27th, 1911. 

Fraternal Building Association of Orlando, The 

Principal place of business, Orlando, Fla. 
Capital stock, $15,000.00. 
Filed August 7th, 1912. 
Letters patent issued September 6th, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed October 1st, 1912. 

Fraternal Building Company. 

Principal place of business, St. Augustine, Fla. 
Capital stock, $15,000.00. 
Filed July 29th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued September 1st, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed November 27th, 1911. 

Fraternal Union of America, of Miami, Fla. 

Principal place of business, Miami. Fla. 
Capital stock, $11,200.00. 
Filed March 4th, 1912. 
Letters patent issued April 2nd. 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of tEe capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed June 8th, 1912. 



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Fraternity Association, The 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla 

Capital stock, $100,000.00. 

Filed November 24th, 1911. 

Letters patent issued February 9th, 1912. 

Fullers Earth Company, The 

Principal place of business, Midway, Fla. 

Capital stock, $75,000.00/ 

Filed February 27th, 1911. 

Letters patent issued April 1st, 1911. 

Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 

Filed May 4th, 1911. 

Return of the President increasing the capital stock 
from $75,000.00 to $125,000.00. 

Filed July 2nd, 1912. 

Gainesville Grocery Company. 

Principal place of business, Gainesville, Fla. 
Capital stock $50,000.00. 
Filed November 18th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued December 20th, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed January 11th, 1912. 

Gainesville Motor Car Company. 

Principal place of business. Gainesville, Fla. 
Capital stock $5,000.00. 
Filed March 11th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued April 7th, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed April 17th, 1911. 



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Gamble & Stockton Company. 

Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
. Filed April 23rd, 1912. 

Garfield (W. 8.) & Company. 

Return of President increasing the capital stock from 
$20,000.00 to $50,000.00. 
Filed August 12th, 1911. 

Gardner Turpentine Company. 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 
Capital stock $15,000.00. 
Filed March 25th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued May 1st, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed July 18th, 1911. 

Garcia {C. 8.) 

Principal place of business, Tampa, Fla. 
Capital stock $10,000.00. 
Filed April 13th, 1912. 
Letters patent issued May 20th, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed May 27th, 1912. 

Gardner Investment Company. \ 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 
Capital stock $10,000.00. 
Filed January 27th, 1912. 
Letters patent issued March 6th, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed March 26th, 1912. 



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Gardenvale Company, The 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 

Capital stock $15,000.00. 

Filed March 27th, 1912. 

Letters patent issued May 6th, 1912. 

Garni ers Turpentine Company. 

Principal place of business, Garniers, Fla. 

Capital stock $9,000.00. 

Filed December 8th, 1911. 

Letters patent issued January lltli, 1912. 

Gas Users' Association of Jacksonville, Fla. 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 

Capital stock $35,000.00. 

Filed January 21st, 1911. 

Letters patent issued March 11th, 1911. 

General Realty Company. 

Principal place of business, Tampa, Fla. 
Capital stock $100,000.00. 
Filed September 25th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued October 24th, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed November 1st, 1911. 

Georgia Realty Company. 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 
Capital stock $20,000.00. 
Filed April 13th, 1912. 
Letters patent issued May 11th, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed Mav 23rd, 1912. 



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Germania Bank of Jacksonville. 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 
Capital stock $50,000.00. 
Filed February 27th, 1912. 
Letters patent issued March 30th, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed April 19th, 1912. 
Kesolution amending charter. 
Filed April 19th, 1912. 
Letters patent issued April 29th, 1912. 

German- American, Printing Company. 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 
Capital stock $10,000.00. 
Filed March 25th, 1912. 
Letters patent issued May 2nd, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed May 21th, 1912. 

Germ a n-Am erican Ti mber Co mpany. 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 

Capital stock $1,000,000.00. 

Filed November 11th, 1912. 

Letters patent issued December 12th, 1912. 

Gibbs Gas Engine Company of Florida. 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 
Capital stock $50,000.00. 
Filed August 3rd, 1911. 
Letters patent issued September 6th, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed September 20th, 1911. 



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Gibbs (H. W.) Hardware Company. 

Principal place of business, Pensacola, Fla. 
Capital stock $20,000.00. 
Filed December 16th, 1910. 
Letters patent issued January 13th, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed January 17th, 1911. 

Gibbs, Quigley & Morgan, Incorporated. 

Resolution changing name to "Forbes, Quigley & Mor- 
gan, Incorporated.'' 

Filed and letters patent issued February 8th, 1911. 

Gilbert (Fred E.) Company. 

Return of President increasing the capital stock from 
$105,000.00 to $150,000.00. 
Filed March 21st, 1911. 

Glendale Farm, Real Estate & Supply Company. 

Principal place of business, Bushnell, Fla. 
Capital stock $15,000.00. 
Filed November 1st, 1912. 
Letters patent issued December 3rd, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed December 9th, 1912. 

Globe Land Company. 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 
Capital stock $30,000.00. 
Filed December 28th, 1910. 
Letters patent issued January 30th, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed March 25th, 1912. 



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Gooding-Smith Company. 

Principal place of business, Tampa, Fla. 

Capital stock $10,000.00. 

Filed October 9th, 1912. 

Letters patent issued November 11th, 1912. 

Gra -Fru Company, The 

Principal place of business, Arcadia, Fla. 
Capital stock $15,000.00. 
Filed February 22nd, 1912. 
Letters patent issued March 26th, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed April 15th, 1912. 

Graham Investment Company. 

Principal place of business, Bradentown, Fla. 

Capital stock $25,000.00. 

Filed June 27th, 1912. 

Letters patent issued July 22nd, 1912. 

Grand Leader Shoe Company, The 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 
Capital stock $20,000.00. 
Filed November 8th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued December 19th, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed December 26th, 1911. 

Graves Lumber Company. 

Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed June 24th, 1911. 
Eesolution amending charter. 



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Filed August 5th, 1912. 

Letters patent issued September 7, 1912. 

Greek American Bank. 

Principal place of business, Tarpon Springs, Fla. 

Capital stock $15,000.00. 

Filed August 30th, 1911. 

Letters patent issued October 14th, 1911. 

Greek- American Supply Company. 

Principal place of business, Tarpon Springs, Fla. 
Capital stock $20,000.00. 
Filed March 15th, 1912. 
Letters patent issued April 26th, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed June 14th, 1912. 

Greenwood Investment Company. 

Principal place of business, Greenwood, Fla. 

Capital stock $10,000.00. 

Filed September 28th, 1911. 

Letters patent issued November 1st, 1911. 

Gress Manufacturing Company. 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 
Capital stock $1,000,000.00. 
Filed July 6th, 1912. 
Letters patent issued August 6th, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed August 12th, 1912. 

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Griffin Brothers Company. 

Keturn of President increasing the capital stock from 
$150,000.00 to $500,000.00. 
Filed January 17th, 1911. 

Groover-Stewart Drug Company. 

Kesolution amending charter. 
Filed September 13th, 1912. 
Letters patent issued October 12th, 1912. 
Return of President increasing the capital stock from 
$50,000.00 to $200,000.00. 
Filed October 12th, 1912. 

Guaranty Trust & Savings Bank. 

(Re-chartered under law of 1911.) 
Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 
Capital stock $100,000.00. 
Filed February 8th, 1912. 
Letters patent issued March 15th, 1912. 
Resolution assigning interest of Bank of 1905 to Bank 
of 1912. 

Filed April 3rd, 1912. 

Guarantee Investment & Loan Company, The 

Principal place of business, Tampa, Fla. 
Capital stock $25,000.00. 
Filed October 19th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued November 21st, 1911, 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed October 28th, 1912. 

Gulf Bay Land Company. 

Principal place of business, Sarasota, Fla. 
Capital stock $25,000.00. 
Filed April 26th, 1911. 



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Letters patent issued July 3rd, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed July 10th, 1911. 

Gulf Chemical Company. 

Principal place of business, Marianna, Fla. 

Capital stock $15,000.00. 

Filed February 8th, 1911. 

Letters patent issued March 14th, 1911. 

Gulf Fertilizer Company. 

Eeturn of President increasing the capital stock from 
$100,000.00 to $110,000.00. 
Filed May 3rd, 1911. 

Gulf Florida & Alabama Railwwy Company. 

Principal place of business, Pensacola, Fla. 

Capital stock $2,500,000.00. 

Filed January 2nd, 1911. 

Letters patent issued February 6th, 1911. 

Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 

Filed April 22nd, 1911. 

Eeturn of the President increasing capital stock from 
$2,500,000.00 to $7,500,000.00. 

Filed June 24th, 1911. 

Kesolution amending charter. 

Filed July 7th, 1911. 

Gulf Import & Export Company. 

Principal place of business, Tampa, Fla. 

Capital stock $9,000.00. 

Filed July 17th, 1912. 

Letters patent issued August 13t"h, 1912. 



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Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 

Filed August 24th, 1912. 

Return of President increasing the capital stock from 
19,000.00 to 127,000.00. 

Piled November 26th, 1912. 

Gulf Land Company. 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 
Capital stock $1,000,000.00. 
Filed June 6th, 1912. 
Letters patent issued July 9th, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed July 29th, 1912. 

Gulf Life & Accident Insurance Company. 

Principal place of business, Pensacola, Fla. 

Capital stock $10,000.00. 

Filed April 27th, 1911. 

Letters patent issued June 16th, 1911. 

Gulf Machine & Engineering Company. 

Return of President increasing the capital stock from 
$10,000.00 to $50,000.00. 
Filed May 20th, 1911. 

Resolution changing name to "Gulf Iron Works." 
Filed and letters patent issued May 20th, 1911. 

Gulf Machine Works. 

Amendment of Article 6 of Charter. 

Filed January 22, 1912. 

Letters patent issued March 1st, 1912. 

G-ulf Manufacturing Company. 

Principal place of business, Apalachicola, Fla. 



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Capital stock $25,000.00. 
Filed July 1st, 1912. 
Letters patent issued August 16th, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed August 20th, 1912. 

Gulf & Southern Steamship Company. 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 
Capital stock $100,000.00. 
Filed May 7th, 1912. 
Letters patent issued June 7th, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed June 29th, 1912. 

Gulf Telephone Company. 

Principal place of business, Perry, Fla. 
Capital stock $10,000.00. 
Filed July 27th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued September 6th, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed October 26th, 1911. 

Gulf Towing Company. 

Principal place of business, Tampa, Fla. 
Capital stock $25,000.00. 
Filed October 12th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued November 11th, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed January 2nd, 1912. 

Gulf Security Company. 
Principal place of business, Tampa, Fla. 



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Capital stock $25,000.00. 
Filed May 9th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued June 12th, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed June 24th, 1911. 

(riant Park Amusement Company, The 

Principal place of business, Tampa, Fla. 

Capital stock $5,000.00. 

Filed September 6th, 1912. 

Letters patent issued October 18th, 1912. 

Gratigny (J. T.) Company. 

Principal place of business, Miami, Fla. 
Capital stock $10,000.00. 
Filed August 9th, 1912. 
Letters patent issued September 13th, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed September 30th, 1912. 

Green Cove Furniture Company. 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 
Capital stock $10,000.00. 
Filed August 31st, 1912. 
Letters patent issued October 2nd, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed November 2nd, 1912. 

Bank of Groveland. 

Principal place of business, Groveland, Fla. 

Capital stock $15,000.00. 

Filed July 18th, 1912. 

Letters patent issued September 16th, 1912. 



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Hackemann-Schroder Company, The 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 

Capital stock, |10,000.00. 

Filed December 16th, 1910. 

Letters patent issued January 17th, 1911. 

Hagar & Matlack. 

Principal place of business, St. Petersburg. Fla. 
Capital stock, f 5,000.00. 
Filed April 25th, 1912. 
Letters patent issued May 25th, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed October 11th, 1912. 

State Bank of Haines City. 

Principal place of business, Haines City, Fla. 

Capital stock, $15,000.00. . 

Filed September 10th, 1912. 

Letters patent issued October 16th, 1912. 

W. F. Hallam & Company. 

Principal place of business, Lakeland, Fla. 
Capital stock, $25,000.00. 
Filed July 3rd, 1911. 

Letters patent issued September 6th, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed September 18th, 1911. 

Hall Brothers Printing Company. 

Pincipal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 

Capital stock, |10,000.00. 

Filed September 18th, 1912. 

Letters patent issued December 16th, 1912. 



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Hall Wall Paper Company. 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 
Capital stock $15,000.00. 
Filed February 23rd, 1911. 
Letters patent issued Marcb 27th, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed June 17th, 1911. 

J. C. Halsema Manufacturing Company. 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 
Capital stock, $200,000.00. 
Filed September 2nd, 1911. 
Letters patent issued September 30th, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed October 25th, 1911. 

Halsema Investment Company, The 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 
Capital stock, $50,000.00. 
Filed September 6th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued October 11th, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed October 25th, 1911. 

Hall Naval Stores Company. 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 
Capital stock, $50,000.00. 
Filed December 23rd, 1911. 
Letters patent issued January 29th, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed February 10th, 1912. 



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Hamilton-Crum Company. 

Resolution changing name to "Douglas Company." 

Filed May 16th, 1912. 

Letters patent issued May 16th, 1912. 

Hamilton Investment Company. 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 
Capital stock, $250,000.00. 
Filed December 19th, 1910. 
Letters patent issued January 21st, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed January 24th, 1911. 

Hammock Farms Company, The 

Principal place of business, Bartow, Fla. 

Capital stock, $60,000.00. 

Filed June 23rd, 1911. 

Letters patent issued July 25th, 1911. 

Hamett-Shad Realty Company. 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 
Capital stock, $50,000.00. 
Filed July 25th, 1912. 
Letters patent issued August 26th, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed September 5th, 1912. 

Harper Lumber Company. 

Principal place of business, Wynnlum, Fla. 

Capital stock, $75,000.00. 

Filed March 15th, 1912. 

Letters patent issued May 20th, 1912. 



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Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed May 29th, 1912. 

Harrell- Johnson & Company. 

Return of President increasing capital stock from $5,- 
000.00 to $10,000.00. 

Filed April 8th, 1912. 

Return of President increasing capital stock from $10,- 
000.00 to $15,000.00. 

Filed April 30th, 1912. 

Harris Hardware Company. 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 
Capital stock, $20,000.00. 
Filed March 20th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued April 19th, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed April 27th, 1911. 

Hart Lumber Company. 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 

Capital stock, $15,000.00. 

Filed July 29th, 1911. 

Letters patent issued August 29th, 1911. 

Hastings Cold Storage Company. 

Resolution amending charter and return of President 
increasing capital stock from $20,000.00 to $40,000.00. 
Filed August 8th, 1912. 
Letters patent issued October 1st, 1912. 

Hastings Operating Company. 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 



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Capital stock, f 150,000.00. 
Filed July 22nd, 1912. 

Letters patent issued August 19th, 1912. £ 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed September 3rd, 1912. 

Hastings Realty Company. 

Principal place of business, Hastings, Fla. 

Capital stock, $50,000.00. 

Filed September 21st, 1912. 

Letters patent issued October 23rd, 1912. 

Havana News Company. 

Principal place of business, Havana, Fla. 
Capital stock, $1,000.00. 
Filed January 2nd, 1911. 
Letters patent issued February 10th, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital « 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed February 10th, 1911. 

Hawthorne State Bank. 

Principal place of business, Hawthorne, Fla. 

Capital stock, $15,000.00. 

Filed March 1st, 1911. 

Letters patent issued April 3rd, 1911. 

Heard Investment Company. 

Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 

Filed January 22nd, 1912. 

Return of President increasing capital stock from $350, 
000.00 to $600,000.00. 

Filed March 15th, 1912. 



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Henderson Beach Realty Company. 

Principal place of business, Tampa, Fla. 
Capital stock, $50,000.00. 
Filed April 26th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued May 27, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed July 1st, 1912. 

Henderson Land & Dock Company. 

Principal place of business, Tampa, Fla. 
Capital stock, $50,000.00. 
Filed March 30th, 1912. 
Letters patent issued May 8th, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed November 15th, 1912. 

Henderson Tailoring Company, The 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 

Capital stock, $5,000.00. 

Filed February 8th, 1912. 

Letters patent issued March 14th, 1912. 

Henderson Waits Lumber Company. 

Principal place of business, Caryville, Fla. 
Capital stock, $100,000.00. 
Filed June 26th, 1912. 
Letters patent issued August 5th, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed August 10th, 1912. 

Herald Printing Company. 

Principal place of business, Sanford, Fla. 



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Capital stock, $10,000.00. 

Filed June 8th, 1911. 

Letters patent issued June 10th, 1911. 

Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 

Filed June 15th, 1911. 

i 
Herald Printing & Publishing Company. 

Return of President increasing the capital stock from 
f20,000.00 to |!40,000.00. 
Filed March 27th, 1911. 

Hernando Abstract Company. 

Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed April 8th, 1911. 

Hernando Farms. 

Frincipal place of business, Brooksville, Fla. 
Capital stock, $10,000.00. 
Filed December 21st, 1911. 
Letters patent issued January 23rd, 1912. 
Affidavit of Trensurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed May 13th, 1912. 

Herring Drug Company, The 

Principal place of business, Plant City, Fla. 

Capital stock, 112,000.00. 

Filed October 17th, 1912. 

Letters patent issued November 25th. 1912. 

Heyicard Realty Company. 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 
Capital stock, $25,000.00 



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Filed December 9th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued January 10th, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed January 19th, 1912. 

Higginbotham Fealty Company. 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 
Capital stock, $5,000.00. 
Filed January 24th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued February 28th, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed March 8th, 1911. 

Highland Park Company. 

Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has Been subscribed and paid. 
Filed January 3rd, 1911. 

Highland Park Land Company. 

Principal place of business, West Palm Beach, Fla. 
Capital stock, $25,000.00. 
Filed March 20th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued April 27th, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed May 8th, 1911. 

Highsmith, Prime & Co. 

Principal place of business. Sarasota, Fla. 

Capital stock, $20,000.00. 

Filed June 21st, 1912. 

Letters patent issued July 22nd, 1912. 



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Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed July 26th, 1912. 

Hilliard Canning Company. 

Principal place of business, Hilliard, Fla. 

Capital stock, f 5,000.00. 

Filed May 21st, 1912. 

Letters patent issued August 12th, 1912. 

Hill Investment Company. 

Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 

Filed January 9th, 1911. 

Eeturn of the President increasing the capital stock 
from $50,000.00 to $100,000.00. 

Filed April 2, 1912. 

Hillsborough Hotel Company. 

Principal place of business, Tampa, Fla. 
Capital stock, $200,000.00. 
Filed December 19th, 1910. 
Letters patent issued January 18th, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed March 31st, 1911. 

Hillsboro Dredging Company. 

Return of Preside '.it increasing the capital stock from 
$36,000.00 to $60,000.00. 
Filed May 16th, 1911. 

Hillsboro it gJi Hardware Company. 

Return of President increasing the capital stock from 
$25,000.00 to ^100,000.00. 



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Filed March 29th, 1911. 

Resolution amending charter filed March 24th. 1911. 

Letters patent issued April 25th, 1911. 

Hillsboro River Land Company. 

Principal place of business, Tampa, Fla. 

Capital stock, $10,000.00. 

Filed January 17th, 1911. 

Letters patent issued March 13th, 1911. 

Holmes County Bank, The 

Principal place of business, Bonifay, Fla. 

Capital stock, |15,000.00. 

Filed September 22nd, 1911. 

Letters patent issued October 30th ; 1911. 

Holmes Realty & Abstract Company. 

Principal place of business, Bonifay, Fla. 
Capital stock, $5,000.00. 
Filed September 28th, 1912. 
Letters patent issued October 22nd, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed November 12th, 1912. 

Holzendorf & Company. 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 

Capital stock, $5,000.00. 

Filed August 24th, 1911. 

Letters patent issued October 3rd, 1911. 

Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 

Filed November 8th, 1911. 

Resolution changing name to "Southern Timber Manu- 
facturing Company." 



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Filed March 27th, 1912. 

Letters patent issued March 27th, 1912. 

Home Building & Loan Association. 

Principal place of business, West Palm Beach, Fla. 

Capital stock, $25,000.00. 

Filed June 10th, 1911. 

Letters patent issued July 10th, 1911. 

Home Builders. 

Principal place of business, Miami, Fla. 

Capital stock, $100,000.00. 

Filed February 14th, 1911. 

Letters patent issued March 21st, 1911. 

Home Mechanics & Security Company. 

Principal place of business, St. Petersburg, Fla. 

Capital stock, $50,000.00. 

Filed March 14th, 1912. 

Letters patent issued April 15th, 1912. 

Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 

Filed April 30th, 1912. 

Return of the President increasing capital stock from 
$50,000.00 to $75,000.00. 

Filed December 18th, 1912. 

Resolution changing name to The Home Security Com- 
pany. 

Filed and letters patent issued December 20th, 1912. 

Homestead Cold Storage Growers & Packers' Association. 

Principal place of business, Homestead, Fla. 

Capital stock, $10,000.00. 

Filed November 7th, 1912. 

Letters patent issued December 5th, 1912. 

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Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed December 16th, 1912. 

Homestead Mercantile Company. 

Principal place of business, Homestead, Fla. 
Capital stock, $20,000.00. 
Filed June 29th, 1912. 
Letters patent issued August 15th, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the' capital 
etock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed August 28th, 1912. 

Home Telephone Company. 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 

Capital stock, $1,325,000.00. 

Filed September 19th, 1912. 

Letters patent issued October 24th, 1912. 

Homewood Sanitarium, The 

Principal place of business, Tampa ; Fla. 
Capital stock, $50,000.00. 
Filed March 7th, 1912. 
Letters patent issued April 10th, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
etock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed May 7th, 1912. 

Hooker & Lightbody Company. 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla 

Capital stock, $15,000.00. 

Filed May 18th, 1911. 

Letters patent issued June 19th, 1911. 



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Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed June 26th, 1911. 

Hotel Company of Fernandina. 

Principal place of business, Fernandina, Fla. 
Capital stock, $40,000.00. 
Filed April 1st, 1912. 
Letters patent issued May 1st, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed May 9th, 1912. 

Hotel Halcyon Company. 

Principal place of business, Miami, Fla. 

Capital stock, $5,000.00. 

Filed December 13th, 1910. 

Letters patent issued January 27th, 1911. 

Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 

Filed February 7th, 1911. 

Return of President increasing the capital stock from 
$5,000.00 to $50,000.00. 

Filed May 9th, 1911. 

Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 

Filed May 9th, 1911. 

Hotel Indian River Company. 

Return of President increasing the capital stock from 
$100,000.00 to $150,000.00. 
Filed January 31st, 1911. 
Resolution amending charter. 
Filed January 31st, 1911. 
Letters patent issued March 6th, 1911. 



660 



Howard-Packard Land Company. 

Return of President increasing the capital stock from 
$100,000.00 to |2,500,000.00. 
Filed October 19th, 1911. 

Hubbard (8. B.) Company. The 

Resolution amending charter. 

Filed December 7th, 1911. 

Letters patent issued January 5th, 1912. 

Hutchinson Drug Company. 

Principal place of business, Tampa, Fla. 
Capital stock, $40,000.00. 
Filed November 27th, 1911. 
Letters patent filed December 27tb, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed February 22nd, 1912. 

Hutton-Gladden Company, The 

Principal place of business, Fort Lauderdale, Fla. 

Capital stock, $5,000.00. 

Filed March 25th, 1911. 

Leters patent issued April 28th, 1911. 

J. W. Hyde Company. 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 
Capital stock, $5,000.00. 
Filed August 10th, 1912. 
Letters patent issued September 9th, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
•stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed September 21st, 1912. 



661 



Ilexhurst Company, The 

Principal place of business, Ilexhurst, Fla. 
Capital stock $75,000.00. 
Filed September 21st, 1912. 
Letters patent issued October 30th, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed November 23rd, 1912. 

Imperial Company. 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 
Capital stock $25,000.00. 
Filed February 6th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued March 8th, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed June 21st, 1911. 

Indian Prairie Land Company. 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 
Capital stock $1,250,000.00. 
Filed March 7th, 1912. 
Letters patent issued April 20th, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed May 18th, 1912. 

Indian River Abstract Company. 

Principal place of business, Titnsville, Fla. 

Capital stock $15,000.00. 

Filed November 22nd, 1912. 

Letters patent issued December 24th, 1912. 

Indian River Farms Company. 

Principal place of business, Fort Pierce, Fla. 



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Capital stock $1,000,000.00. 

Piled September 18th, 1912. 

Letters patent issued October 25th, 1912. 

Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
, Filed November 5th, 1912. 

Indian River Heights Land Company. 

Principal place of business, Walton, Fla. 
Capital stock $15,000.00. 
Filed June 24th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued August 4th, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capilnl 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed August 12th, 1911. 

Indian River Land & Timber Company. 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 
Capital stock $10,000.00. 
Filed September 21st, 1911. 
Letters patent issued November 2nd, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capiliil 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed August 24th, 1912. 

Indian River Trading Company. 

Principal place of business, Eau Gallie, Fla. 

Capital stock $10,000.00. 

Filed March 3rd, 1911. 

Letters patent issued April 10th, 191 L 

Inverness Drug Company. 

Principal place of business, Inverness, Fla. 

Capital stock $5,000.00. 

Filed July 3rd, 1911. 

Letters patent issued August 15th, 1911. 



6G3 



Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 

Filed August 31st, 1911. 

Keturn of President increasing capital stock from 
15,000.00 to $7,500.00. 

Filed August 9th, 1912. 

Investors Realty Company. 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 
Capital stock $50,000.00. 
Filed December 21st, 1911. 
Letters patent issued January 25th, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed February 9th, 1912. 

Isleworth Grove Company. 

Principal place of business, Sanford, Fla. 
Capital stock $10,000.00. 
Filed May 26th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued June 24th, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed July 8th, 1911. 

Inter City Securities Company. 

Capital stock $5,000.00. 
Filed August 29th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued September 28th, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed October 19th, 1911. 

Interlachen Telephone Company. 
Principal place of business, Interlachen, Fla. 



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Capital stock $5,000.00. 
Filed May 9th, 1912. 
Letters patent issued June 21st, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed July 19th, 1912. 

Inter-National Industrial Training School (for Colored). 

Principal place of business, Bonifay, Fla. 

Capital stock $5,000.00. 

Filed June 28th, 1912. 

Letters patent issued August 6th, 1912. 

International Pure Fruit Juices & By-products Company. 

Principal place of business, Tampa, Fla. 

Capital stock $10,000.00. 

Filed October 24th, 1911. 

Letters patent issued November 29th, 1911. 

International Jockey Club, The 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 

Capital stock $150,000.00. 

Filed April 28th, 1911. 

Letters patent issued June 26th, 1911. 

Inter-State Land & Development Company, The 

Principal place of business, Monticello, Fla. 

Capital stock $100,000.00. 

Filed March 4th, 1912. 

Letters patent issued April 6th, 1912. 

Jacksonville Electric Company. 

Resolution amending charter. 

Filed March 4th, 1911. 

Letters patent issued April 1st, 1911. 



665 



Jacksonville Hardware Company. 

Kesolution amending charter. 
Filed August 16th, 1912. 
Letters patent issued September 20th, 1912. 
Keturn of the President increasing the capital stock 
from $10,000.00 to $50,000.00. 
Filed June 6th, 1912. 

Jacksonville Gas Company. 

Return of President increasing the capital stock from 
$2,000,000.00 to $3,000,000.00. 

Filed January 4th, 1911. 

Kesolution amending charter. 

Filed January 4th, 1911. 

Letters patent issued January 31st, 1911. 

Return of President increasing the capital stock from 
$3,000,000.00 to $4,500,000.00 and amending charter. 

Filed May 23rd, 1912. 

Letters patent issued June 27th, 1912. 

Jackson-Hoyt Company. 

Return of President increasing capital stock from 
$20,000.00 to $50,000.00. 
And amendment of charter. 
Filed August 15th, 1912. 
Letters patent issued October 1st, 1912. 

Jackson Publishing Company. 

Principal place of business, Marianna, Fla. 
Capital stock $2,500.00. 
Letters patent issued November 14th, 1912. 
Filed September 21st, 1912. 

Jacksonville Chemical Company. 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 



666 



Capital stock $50,000.00. 
Filed December 12th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued January 16th, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed January 27th, 1912. 

Jacksonville Ferry & Land Company. 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 
Capital stock $1,000,000.00. 
Filed August 7th, 1912. 

Letters patent issued September 10th, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed October 4th, 1912. 

Jacksonville Homes Company. 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 

Capital stock $25,000.00. 

Filed June 10th, 1911. 

Letters patent issued July 22nd, 1911. 

Jacksonville Ice Company. 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 
Capital stock $25,000.00. 
Filed January 3rd, 1912. 
Letters patent issued February 6th, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed March 4th, 1912. 

Jacksonville Realty Company. 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 

Capital stock $10,000.00. 

Filed January 24th, 1911. 

Letters patent issued March 7th, 1911. 



667 



Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
tock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed March 17th, 1911. 

Jacksonville Suburban Development Company. 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 

Capital stock $250,000.00. 
Filed September 30th, 1912. 

Letters patent issued November 1st, 1912. 

Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
tock has been subscribed and paid. 

Filed November 27th, 1912. 

Jacksonville Suburban Investment Company. 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 

Capital stock $20,000.00. 

Filed November 25th, 1910. 

Letters patent issued January 16th, 1911. 

Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 

Filed January 21st, 1911. 

Keturn of President increasing the capital stock from 
$20,000.00 to $25,000.00. 

Filed December 2nd, 1912. 

Jacksonville Suburban Realty Company. 

Capital stock $20,000.00. 
Filed January 17th, 1912. 
Letters patent issued February 23rd, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed March 2nd, 1912. 

Jasper Cypress Company. 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 
Capital stock $25,000.00. 



668 

Filed September 7th, 1912. 

Letters patent issued October 19th, 1912. 

Jasper Water & Light Company, The 

Return of the President increasing the capital stock 
from |25,000.00 to $40,000.00. 
Filed May 7th, A. D. 1912. 
Amendment to Article 2 of Charter. 
Filed May 7th, A. D. 1912. 
Letters patent issued June 12th, A. D. 1912. 

Jeffocoat Tailoring Company, The 

Principal place of business, Ocala, Fla. 

Capital stock $5,000.00. 

Filed August 22nd, 1911. 

Letters patent issued September 30th, 1911. 

Jennings Land Company. 

Principal place of business, Jennings, Fla. 
Capital stock $40,000.00. 
Filed December 9th, 1910. 
Letters patent issued January 14th, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
January 27th, 1911. 

Jennings Naval Stores Company. 

Resolution amending charter. 

Filed October 10th, 1911. 

Letters patent issued November 10th, 1911. 

Jennings & Varnadore Company. 

Principal place of business, Pensacola, Fla. 

Capital stock $40,000.00. 

Filed October 25th, 1912. 

Letters patent issued November 2nd, 1912. 



669 



Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed December 12th, 1912. 

Jones-Chambliss Company. 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 
Capital stock $30,000.00. 
Filed December 2nd, 1910. 
Letters patent issued January 3rd, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed January 6th, 1911. 

Jones Land Company. 

Principal place of business, Tampa, Fla. 
Capital stock $5,000.00. 
Filed September 25th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued November 23rd, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed December 14th, 1911. 

Jones, Maynard & Jones Company. 

Principal place of business, Alachua, Fla. 
Capital stock $25,000.00. 
Filed October 20th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued November 21st, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed November 27th, 1911. 

Jones (E. L.) Realty Company. 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 

Capital stock $75,000.00. 

Filed February 10th, 1912. 

Letters patent issued March 30th, 1912. 



670 



Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed May 10th, 1912. 

Raehn (F. Joseph) Plumbing & Heating Company, The 

Principal place of business, Orlando, Fla. 

Capital stock $10,000.00. 

Filed November 7th, 1912. 

Letters patent issued December 18th, 1912. 

Jupiter Fruit Farms Company. 

Principal place of business, Jupiter, Fla. 

Capital stock $400,000.00. 

Filed September 9th, 1912. 

Letters patent issued October 9th, 1912. 

Jupiter Park Club Company. 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 

Capital stock $10,000.00. 

Filed September 7th, 1912. 

Letters patent issued October 3rd, 1912. 

Keating & Company. 

Principal place of business, Ocala, Fla. 

Capital stock $25,000.00. 

Filed May 21st, 1912. 

Letters patent issued June 28th, 1912. 

Keeler (F. M.) Manufacturing Company, The 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 
Capital stock $10,000.00. 
Filed August 9th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued September 25th, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed October 27th, 1911. 



671 



Keller Clothing Company. 

Principal place of business, Tampa, Fla. 
Capital stock $35,000.00. 
Filed May 1st, 1911. 
Letters patent issued May 30th, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed June 8th, 1911. 

Keller Investment Company. 

Principal place of business, Tampa, Fla. 
Capital stock $10,000.00. 
Filed November 15th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued December 15th, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed February 7th, 1912. 

Kelly Brothers Company. 

Keturn of President decreasing the capital stock from 
$60,000.00 to $45,000.00. 
Filed April 22nd, 1911. 

Kelly (D. A.) Company } The 

Principal place of business, Fernandina, Fla. 
Capital stock $20,000.00. 
Filed February 10th, 1911. 
Letters patent iss^ec 1 March 14th, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed April 3rd, 1911. 

Kelly Self Starter Company, The 

Principal place of business, Gainesville, Fla. 
Capital stock $200,000.00. 



672 



Filed June 24th, 1912. 

Letters patent issued July 30th, 1912. 

Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 

Filed September 16th, 1912. 

Return of President increasing capital stock from 
$200,000.00. to $350,000.00. 

Filed September 16th, 1912. 

Kennedy-Broion-Hall Company. 

Kesolution amending charter. 
Filed May 20th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued June 20th, 1911. 
Eeturn of President increasing the capital stock from 
$30,000.00 to $250,000.00. 
Filed June 20th, 1911. 

Key West Dock & Coal Company. 

Principal place of business, Key West, Fla. 

Capital stock $2,500.00. 

Filed May 7th, 1912. 

Letters patent issued June 21st, 1912. 

Key West Journal Publishing Company, The 

Principal place of business, Key West, Fla. 
Capital stock $15,000.00. 
Filed October 4th, 1910. 
Letters patent issued February 17th, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed June 6th, 1911. 

Kings Economical Drug Store. 

Principal place of business, Tampa, Fla. 
Capital stock $20,000.00. 



673 

Filed July 7th, 1911. 

Letters patent issued August 16th, 1911. 

Kings Road Park Company. 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 
Capital stock $20,000.00. 
Filed November 9th, 1912. 

Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed December 16th, 1912. 

Kirkpatrick (J. L.) Grain & Supply Company. 

Principal place of business, Green Cove Springs, Fla. 
Capital stock $10,000.00. 
Filed December 27th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued January 30th, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed February 9th, 1912. 

Kirkland Lumber Company. 

Eesolution changing name to Greer Lumber Company. 
Filed and letters patent issued December 4th, 1912. 

Kissimmee Grain & Supply Company. 

Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 

Filed October 9th, 1911. 

Filed October 9tb. 1911. 

Eesolution changing name to "Arthur E. Donegan Com- 
pany." 

Filed and letters patent issued October 9th, 1911. 

Kissimmee Farm Land Bond Loan & Investment Company 
Principal place of business, Kissimmee, Fla. 
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674 



Filed October 18th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued January 9th, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed January 13th, 1912. 

Kissimmee Dairy Company. 

Principal place of business, Kissimmee, Fla. 
Capital stock $18,000.00. 
Filed May 20th, 1912. 
Letters patent issued June 21st, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed July 11th, 1912. 

Kissimmee Narcossee & East Coast Railway. 

Principal place of business, Kissimmee, Fla. 

Capital stock $100,000.00. 

Filed March 20th, 1912. 

Letters patent issued April 25th, 1912. 

Kings Ridge Farm. 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 
Capital stock $15,000.00. 
Filed April 13th, 1912. 
Letters patent issued May 14th, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed May 27th, 1912. 

Kissimmee Suburban Land Company. 

Principal place of business, Kissimmee, Fla. 

Capital stock $25,000.00. 

Filed July 12th, 1912. 

Letters patent issued August 7th, 1912. 



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Kimbrough System Over-Head Irrigation Company. 

Principal place of business, Lakeland, Fla. 
Capital stock $200,000.00. 
Filed January 19th, 1912. 
Letters patent issued February 23rd, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed February 28th, 1912. 

Knight (J. L.) Company. 

Principal place of business, Palmetto, Fla. 
Capital stock $4,000.00. 
Filed May 4th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued June 7th, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed July 10th, 1911. 

Kesolution changing name to "R. L. Nash Company." 
Filed November 7th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued November 7th, 1911. 

Labor Temple Association of Miami, Florida. 

Principal place of business, Miami, Fla. 
Capital stock $20,000.00. 
Filed January 11th, 1912. 
Letters patent issued February 8th, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed February 14th, 1912. 

Lackawanna Water Company. 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 

Capital stock $50,000.00. 

Filed May 1st, 1911. 

Letters patent issued July 6th, 1911. 



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La Crosse Investment Company. 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 

Capital stock $2,000,000.00 

Filed October 21st, 1912. 

Letters patent issued December 2nd, 1912. 

Lake City Garage Company. 

Principal place of business, Lake City, Fla. 
Capital stock $5,000.00. 
Filed January 10th, 1912. 
Letters patent issued February 7th, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed February 10th, 1912. 

Lake County Publishing Company. 

Principal place of business, Eustis, Fla. 
Capital stock $20,000.00. 
Filed July 22nd, 1912. 
Letters patent issued September 5th, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed September 17th, 1912. 

Lake County Telephone Company. 

Principal place of business, Eustis, Fla. 
Filed December 2nd, 1911. 
Letters patent issued January 11th, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed March 1st, 1912. 

Lake Elbert Citrus Fruit Company. 

Principal place of business. Winter Haven, Fla. 
Capital stock $30,000.00. 



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Filed January 13th, 1912. 

Letters patent issued February 13th, 1912. 

Lake Helen Hotel & Realty Company. 

Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed January 4th, 1911. 

Lakeland Hardware & Plumbing Company, The 

Principal place of business, Lakeland, Fla. 
Capital stock $12,000.00. 
Filed June 9th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued July 7th, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed July 11th, 1911. 

Lakeland Hotel Company. 

Principal place of business, Lakeland, Fla. 

Capital stock $50,000.00. 

Filed May 5th, 1911. 

Letters patent issued June 14th, 1911. 

Lakeland Manufacturing Company. 

Principal place of business, Lakeland, Fla. 
Capital stock $25,000.00. 
Filed June 17th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued August 3rd, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed September 25th, 1911. 

Lakemont Poultry Farms. 

Principal place of business, Winter Park, Fla. 
Capital stock $20,000.00. 



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Filed December IS th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued January 15th, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed February 27th, 1912. 

Lakeside Investment Company. 

, Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 

Capital stock $25,000.00. 

Filed March 9th, 1912. 

Letters patent issued April 10th, 1912. 

Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 

Filed April 17th, 1912. 

Lake Wales Land Company. 

Principal place of business, Bartow, Fla. 
Capital stock $50,000.00. 
Filed March 4th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued April 10th, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed April 17th, 1911. 

Lake Weir Light & Water Company. 

Principal place of business, Ocala, Fla. 

Capital stock $25,000.00. 

Filed May 4th, 1912. 

Letters patent issued November 21st, 1912. 

Lake Weir Sand Company. 

Principal place of business, Lake Weir, Fla. 

Capital stock $10,000.00. 

Filed October 17th, 1911. 

Letters patent issued November 24th, 1911. 



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Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed December 9th, 1911. 

Lake Worth Bridge Company. 

Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed January 30th, 1911. 

Lake Worth Herald Publishing Company. 

Principal place of business, West Palm Beach, Fla. 
Capital stock $10,000.00. 
Filed August 30th, 1912. 
Letters patent issued September 28th, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed December 16th, 1912. 

La Plaza Hotel Company. 

Principal place of business, Tampa, Fla. 
Capital stock |25,000.00. 
Filed June 14th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued July 18th, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed August 14th, 1911. 

Largo Hardware Company. 

Principal place of business, Largo, Fla. 
Capital stock fl0,000.00. 
Filed November 13th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued December 18th, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed December 28th, 1911. 



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Largo Packing Company. 



Principal place of business, Largo, Fla. 
Capital stock $10,000.00. 
Filed November 6th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued December 5th, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capilal 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed March 4th, 1912. 

Largo Syrup Company. 

Principal place of business, Largo, Fla. 
Capital stock f2,000.00. 
Filed January 2nd, 1912. 
Letters patent issued February 6th, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed February 14th, 1912. 

La Salle Printing Company. 

Principal place of business, Miami, Fla. 
Capital stock f 10,000.00. 
Filed October 4th, 1912. 
Letters patent issued November 8th, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed November 22nd, 1912. 

Laskins Land & Development Company. 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 
Capital stock f 100,000.00. 
Filed March 15th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued April 20th, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed May 10th, 1911. 



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C. & C. Laundry. 

Principal place of business, Pensacola, Fla. 

Capital stock $12,000.00. 

Filed July 18th, 1912. 

Letters patent issued August 24th, 1912. 

Laicrence Estate Land Company. 

Principal place of business, Miami, Fla. 
Capital stock $250,000.00. 
Filed August 10th, 1912. 
Letters patent issued September 16th, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed September 26th, 1912. 

Lawtey State Bank. 

Principal place of business, Lawtey, Fla. 

Capital stock $15,000.00. 

Filed March 26th, 1912. 

Letters patent issued April 29th, 1912. 

Lee County Citrus Sub-Exchange. 

Principal place of business, Fort Myers, Fla. 

Capital stock, none. 

Filed November 1st, 1912. 

Letters patent issued December 16th, 1912. 

Lee County Farmers' Union Supply Company. 

Principal place of business, Hansford, Fla. 

Capital stock $5,000.00. 

Filed August 14th, 1912. 

Letters patent issued September 19th, 1912. 

Lee County Realty & Investment Company. 
Principal place of business, Fort Myers, Fla. 



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Capital stock $25,000.00. 
Filed March 18th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued April 25th, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed May 16th, 1911. 

Legorda Investment Company. 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 
Capital stock $10,000.00. 
Filed November 17th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued January 3rd, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed January 8th, 1912. 

Lemon Bay Fruit Company 

Return of President increasing the capital stock from 
$20,000.00 to $50,000.00. 
Filed October 14th, 1912. 

Leslie Lumber Company. 

Principal place of business, Lake City, Fla. 
Capital stock $5,000.00. 
Filed November 26th, 1910. 
Letters patent issued January 2nd, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed January 10th, 1911. 

Leslie-Sutley Hardware Company. 

Principal place of business, Madison, Fla. 

Capital stock $10,000.00. 

Filed December 20th, 1911. 

Letters patent issued January 19th, 1912. 



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Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed January 29th, 1012. 

Lewis Powell Exchange Company. 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 
Capital stock $500,000.00. 
Filed November 23rd, 1911. 
Letters patent issued December 30th, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed January 4th, 1912. 

R. Lewis Company, The 

Principal place of business, Pensacola, Fla. 
Capita] stock $25,000.00. 
Filed May 18th, 1912. 
Letters patent issued June 19th, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed July 5th, 1912. 

Liberty Grocery Company, The 

Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed January 2nd, 1911. 

Limestone Citrus Fruit Company. 

Principal place of business, Limestone, Fla. 

Capital stock $25,000.00. 

Filed July 5th, 1911. 

Letters patent issued January 15th, 1912. 

Lincoln Cemetery Company. 

Principal place of business, Pensacola, Fla. 



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Capital stock $10,000.00. 
Filed July 29th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued September 2nd, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed February 9th, 1912. 

Lindsey Land Company. 

Principal place of business, Bonifay, Fla. 
Capital stock $90,000.00. 
Filed June 12th, 1912. 
Letters patent issued July 30th, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capita) 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed August 9th, 1912. 

Live Oak Bank. 

Principal place of business, Live Oak, Fla. 

Capital stock $50,000.00. 

Filed October 19th, 1911. 

Conforming to Sec. 2727 General Statutes. 

Letters patent issued, Created by Special Act, 1895. 

Live Oak Electric Company, The. 

Principal place of business, Live Oak, Fla. 
Capital stock $40,000,00. 
Filed February 1st, 1911. 
Letters patent issued March 7th, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed March 11th, 1911. 

Live Oak, Perry & Calf Railroad Company. 

Resolution amending Article 1, of Charter. 
Filed April, 12th, 1912. 
Letters patent May 17th, 1912. 



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Long Beach Development Company. 

Principal place of business, West Palm Beach, Fla. 
Capital stock $20,000.00. 
Filed September 28th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued November 23rd, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed December 7th, 1911. 

Louise Naval Stores Company. 

Principal place of business, Taylorsville, Fla. 
Capital stock $45,000.00. 
Filed March 1st, 1911. 
Letters patent issued April 6th, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed August 3rd, 1911. 

Lucy & Sheffield Company. 

Kesolution changing name to "The United Cigar Stores 
Company." 

Filed and letters patent issued May 6th, 1911. 

Ludlam & MacDonough Company. 

Principal place of business, Kissimmee, Fla. 
Capital stock $40,000.00. 
Filed September 13th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued October 18th, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed October 20th, 1911. 

Lumber Manufacturing Company, The. 

Principal place of business, Gainesville, Fla. 
Capital stock $35,000.00. 
. Filed May 1st, 1911. 



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Letters patent issued June 1st, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed June 29th, 1911. 

Luther Floral Company, The 

Principal place of business, Orlando, Fla. 
Capital stock $5,000.00. 
Filed April 3rd, 1912. 
Letters patent issued May 8th, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed June 5th, 1912. 

Lykes Brothers. 

Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed January 2nd, 1911. 

Lynn Haven Drug Company. 

Principal place of business, Lynn Haven, Fla. 
Capital stock |50,000.00. 
Filed September 14th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued October 27th, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed March 26th, 1912. 

Lynnhaven Drug Company. 

Principal place of business, Lynn Haven, Fla. 

Capital stock $5,000.00. 

Filed May 22nd, 1911. 

Letters patent issued June 28th, 1911. 

Lyrata Fruit & Produce Company. 

Principal place of business, Lyrata, Fla. 



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Capital stock $10,000.00. 
Filed April 19th, 1912. 
Letters patent issued June 10th, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that all of the capital stock has 
been subscribed and paid. 
Filed July 19th, 1912. 

Metropolitan Tailoring Company. 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 

Capital stock $30,000.00. 

Filed Novniber 2nd, 1912. 

December 24th, 1912. 

Letters patent issued December 24th, 1912. 

Milton Manufacturing & Construction Company. 

Principal place of business, Milton, Fla. 

Capital stock $5,000.00. 

Filed November 11th, 1912. 

Letters patent issued December 21st, 1912. 

Miami Building and Loan Association. 

Principal place of business, Miami, Fla. 

Capital stock $500,000.00. 

Filed October 17th, 1912. 

Letters patent issued Dcember 5th, 1912. 

Montgomery Advertising Company. 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla, 

Filed November 1st, 1912. 

Leters patent issued December 3rd, 1912. 

Miami Electrical Contracting Company. 

Principal place of business, Miami, Fla. 
Capital stock $5,000.00. 
Filed September 2nd, 1912. 



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Letters patent issued November 1st, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed November 12th, 1912. 

Meloso Fruit Company, The. 

Principal place of business, Winter Haven, Fla. 

Capital stock $50,000.00. 

Filed September 19th, 1912. 

Letters patent issued October 28th, 1912. 

Madison Variety Works. 

Principal place of business, Madison, Fla. 
Capital stock $12,500.00. 
Filed September 24th, 1912. 
Letters patent issued October 25th, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed November 4th, 1912. 

McArthur Naval Stores Company. 

Principal place of business, Montbrook, Fla. 
Capital stock $40,000.00. 
Filed November 14th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued December 21st, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed January 8th, 1912. 

McCormick Lumber Company', The. 

Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been paid in. 
Filed June 13th, 1912. 

McCrimmon Lumber Company, The. 

Principal place of business, Miami, Fla. 



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Capital stock $30,000.00. 
Filed August 8th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued September 16th, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed September 28th, 1911. 

MacDonell Clothing Company, The. 

Resolution changing name to "The Goldy Company." 
Filed and letters patent issued March 20th, 1912. 

McDoivall Lloyd Company. 

Principal place of business, Gainesville, Fla. 
Capital stock $30,000.00. 
Filed April 29th, 1912. 
Letters patent issued June 3rd, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed July 11th, 1912. 

McGehee-Mayo Company. 

Resolution changing name to, "Mayo Turpentine Com- 
pany." 

Filed and letters patent issued March 25th, 1911. 

McHugh Grocery Company. 

Principal place of business, Pensacola, Fla. 
Capital stock, $25,000.00. 
Filed January 31st, 1911. 
Letters patent issued March 28th, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed April 10th, 1911. 

MvKoy Land Company, The. 

Principal place of business, Orlando, Fla. 

43— S. S. 



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Capital stock $130,000.00. 
Filed July 17th, 1912. 
Letters patent issued September 2nd, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed September 21st, 1912. 

A. W. McLeran Company. 

Principal place of business, Wellborn, Fla. 
Capital stock $15,000.00. 
Filed October 4th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued November 7th, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed November 15th, 1911. 

McMillan Realty Company. 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 
Capital stock $50,000.00. 
Filed August 17th, 1912. 
Letters patent issued September 18th, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed September 26th, 1912. 

McJVair Lumber Company. 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 
Capital stock $25,000.00. 
Filed May 11th, 1912. 
Letters patent issued June 17th, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed June 26th, 1912. 

Mabel Paige Amusement Company, The 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 



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Capital stock $5,000.00. 
Filed May 10th, 1912. 
Letters patent issued June 18th, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed July 11th, 1912. 

MacFarlane Investment Company. 

Return of President increasing the capital stock from 
$200,000.00 to $250,000.00. • 
Filed March 27th, 1911. • 

Madison Investment Company. 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 
Capital stock $25,000.00. 
Filed April 27th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued May 30th, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed June 21st, 1911. 

M ah affey-Williams Company. 

Principal place of business, Gretna, Fla. 
Capital stock $5,000.00. 
Filed October 23rd, 1911. 
Letters patent issued November 28th, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed March 19th, 1912. 

Main Street Company, The. 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 

Capital stock $50,000.00. 

Filed May 11th, 1912. 

Letters patent issued June 11th, 1912. 



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Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed June 19th, 1912. 

Manatee Banking Company. 

Return of President increasing the capital stock from 
$15,000.00 to $35,000.00. 
Filed May 31st, 1911. 

Manatee Construction & Transportation Company. 

Principal place of business, Bradentown, Fla. 
Capital stock $5,000.00. 
Filed November 6th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued December 12th, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed January 15th, 1912. 

Manatee County Abstract and Title Insurance Comjjany. 

Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 

Filed January 20th, 1912. 

Resolution changing name to Manatee Title Guaranty 
Company. 

Filed May 14th, 1912. 

Letters patent issued May 14th, 1912. 

Manatee Electric Company. 

Principal place of business, Bradentown, Fla. 

Capital stock $100,000.00. 

Filed June 11th, 1912. 

Letters patent issued July 16th, 1912. 

Manatee Lemon Company. 

Resolution changing name to, ''Manatee Fruit Com- 
pany." 

Filed and letters patent issued April 26th, 1911. 



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Manzella Importing Company. 

Principal place of business, Tampa, Fla. 
Capital stock $10,000.00. 
Filed March 27th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued May 1st, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed May 4th, 1911. 

Marianna Manufacturing Company. 

Eeturn of the President increasing the capital stock 
from 130,000.00 to $50,000.00 and amendment of Articles- 
No. 2 and No. 6 of Charter. 

Filed May 17th, 1912. 

Letters patent issued June 17th, 1912. 

Marianna Mule Company. 

Principal place of business, Marianna, Fla. 

Capital stock $3,000.00. 

Filed July 21st, 1911. 

Letters patent issued August 30th, 1911. 

Marion Truckers Association. 

Affiffidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed March 6th, 1911. 

Martinez-Gonzales Company. 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 
Capital stock $50,000.00. 
Filed April 14th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued May 12th, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed Mav 19th. 1911. 



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Resolution changing name to "Martinez-Charles Com- 
pany." 
Filed January 11th, 1912. 
Letters patent issued January 11th, 1912. 

Martin Crate Company. 

Principal place of business, Martin, Fla. 
1 Capital stock $10,000.00. 

Filed December 13th, 1911. 

Letters patent issued January 17th, 1912. 

Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 

Filed January 31st, 1912. 

Marshall & Spenoer Company. 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 
Capital stock $25,000.00. 
Filed March 1st, 1911. 
Letters patent issued March 28th, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed April 13th, 1911. 

Mattooe-McMttlan Company. 

Resolution changing name to "Neal Naval Stores Com- 
pany of Jacksonville." 

Filed and letters patent issued October 1st, 1912. 

Mason Hotel & Investment Company. 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 
Capital stock $350,000.00. 
Filed May 26th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued June 26th, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed November 8th, 1911. 



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Masonic Building Association, Fort Pierce. 

Amendment to charter filed September 19, 1912. 
Letters Patent issued November 29, 1912. 
Eeturn of President increasing capital stock from $2,- 
500.00 to 150,000.00. 

Filed September 19, 1912. 

Max Wedeles Tobacco Company. 

Principal place of business, Quincy, Fla. 
Capital stock $50,000.00. 
Filed June 5th, 1912. 
Letters patent issued July 12th, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed July 22nd., 1912. 

Mayabeque Industrial Company. 

Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed January 21st. 1911. 

Mayo Furniture Company. 

Principal place of business, Mayo, Fla. 
Capital stock $10,000.00. 
Filed December 11th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued January 13th, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed January 21st, 1912. 

C. Meitin Havana Cigar Manufacturing Company. 

Principal place of business, St. Augustine, Fla. 

Capital stock, $50,000.00. 

Filed February 17th, 1911. 

Letters patent issued March 18th, 1911. 



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Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed April 5th, 1911. 

Meggs-Stanley Grocery Company. 

Principal place of business, Miami, Fla. 
Capital stock $40,000.00. 
Filed April 8th, 1912. 
Letters patent issued May 14th, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed June 24th, 1912. 

Melbourne Publishing Company. 

Principal place of business, Melbourne, Fla. 
Capital stock $6,000.00. 
Filed December 8th, 1910. 
Letters patent issued April 6th, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
. Filed May 8th, 1911. 

Melton Phillips Lumber Company. 

Principalplace of business, Fanlew, Fla. 

Capital stock $25,000.00. 

Filed October 18th, 1911. 

Letters patent issued November 14th, 1911. 

Memorial Cemetery Association. 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 
Capital stock $20,000.00. 
Filed November 27th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued December 28th, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed January 22nd, 1912. 



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Menge Motor Boat Company. 

Principal place of business, Fort Myers, Fla. 

Capital stock $10,000.00. 

Filed June 26th, 1911. 

Letters patent issued August 11th, 1911. 

M. & D. Mercantile Company, The 

Principal place of business, Davenport, Fla. 

Capital stock $2,000.00. 

Filed April, 14th, 1911. 

Letters patent issued May 31st, 1911. 

Mercer Land Company. 

Principal ^>lace of business, Bonifay, Fla. 
Capital stock $16,000.00. 
Filed February 15th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued March 24th, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent- of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed March 31st, 1911. 

Merchants Grocery Company. 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 
Capital stock, $100,000.00. 
Filed March 23rd, 1911. 
Letters patent issued April 25th, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed May 22nd, 1911. 

Merchants Bank of Punta Gorda. 

Principal place of business, Punta Gorda, Fla. 

Capital stock, $15,000.00. 

Filed March 4th, 1912. 

Letters patent issued April 3rd, 1912. 



098 

Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed April 17th, 1912. 

Meredith Phosphate Company. 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 
Capital stock, f 1,000,000.00. 
Filed March 10th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued April 8th, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed April 27th, 1911. 

Metropolitan Detective Agency. 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 
Capital stock, |10,000.00. 
Filed August 28th, 1912. 
Letters patent issued October 5th, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed October 9th, 1912. 

Metropolitan Garage, The 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 
Capital stock, ,f 10.000.00. 
Filed April 17th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued May 17th, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed July 6th, 1911. 

Metropolitan Realty Company. 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 
Capital stock |50,000.00. 
Filed May 10th, 1911. 



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Letters patent issued June 14th, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed June 26th, 1911. 

Miami Bank & Trust Company. 

Principal place of business, Miami, Fla. 
Capital stock, $50,000.00. 
Filed December 23rd, 1911. 
Letters patent issued January 25th, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed February 1st, 1912. 
Resolution amending charter. 
Filed August 1st, 1912. 
Letters patent issued August 31st, 1912. 

Miami Gas Company. 

Resolution amending charter, and return of the Presi- 
dent increasing the capital stock from $100,000.00 to 
$200,000.00. 

Filed March 18th, 112. 

Miami Beach Improvement Company. 

Principal place of business, Miami, Fla. 
Capital stock, $300,000.00. 
Filed April 29th, 1912. 
Letters patent issued June 3rd, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed June 13th. 1912. 

Miami Building Company. 

Principal place of business, Miami, Fla. 
Capital stock, $15,000.00. 



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Filed July 12th, 1912. 
Letters patent issued August 12th, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed August 19th, 1912. 

Miami Engineering & Construction Company. 

Principal place of business, Miami, Fla. 
Capital stock, $50,000.00. 
Filed November 10th, 1910. 
Letters patent issued January 9th, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed January 30th, 1911. 

Miami Fertilizer Company. 

Principal place of business, Miami, Fla. 

Capital stock, $10,000.00. 

Filed June 14th, 1912. 

Letters patent issued July 22nd, 1912. 

Miami Grape Fruit Groves Company. 

Principal place of business, Miami, Fla. 

Capital stock, $25,000.00. 

Filed July 15th, 1912. 

Letters patent issued August 15th, 1912. 

Miami Land & Investment Company. 

Principal place of business, Miami, Fla. 
Capital stock, $500,000.00. 
Filed February 22nd, 1911. 
Letters patent issued March 24th, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capilal 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed April 3rd, 1911. 



701 

Miami Telephone Company. 

Amendment of Article 3 of Charter. 

Filed January 8th, 1912. 

Letters patent issued February 6th, 1912. 

Miami Tropical Nurseries Company. 

Principal place of business, Buena Vista, Fla. 
Capital stock, $5,000.00. 
Filed May 18th, 1912. 
Letters patent issued June 20th, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed October 26th, 1912. 

Miami Yacht & Machine Company. 

Resolution amending charter. 

Filed April 22nd, 1911. 

Letters patent issued May 24th, 1911. 

Mico Realty Company. 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 
Capital stock, $15,000.00. 
Filed January 27th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued February 28th, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed July 10th, 1911. 

Milldale Ice Company. 

Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 

Filed June 15th, 1911. 

Resolution amending charter and changing name to 
"Duval County Electric, Ice & Water Works." 



702 

Filed June 15th, 1911. 

Letters patent issued July 24th, 1911. 

Millen Blacksmith & Garage Company. 

Principal place of business, Dade City, Fla. 
Capital stock, $5,000.00. 
Filed March 11th, 1912. 
Letters patent issued May 7th, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed June 19th, 1912. 

Miller Automobile Company. 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 

Capital stock, $10,000.00. 

Filed May 8th, 1912. 

Letters patent issued June 24th, 1912. 

Miller-Jackson Grain Company. 

Eesolution amending charter. 

Filed December 8th, 1910. 

Letters patent issued January 9th, 1911. 

Millwood Farm Company. 

Principal place of business, Keddick, Fla. 
Capital stock, $20,000.00. 
Filed March 29th, 1912. 
Letters patent issued May 1st, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed May 28th, 1912. 

C. J. Milton Lumber Company. 

Principal place of business, McClenny, Fla. 
Capital stock, f 5,000.00. 



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Filed February 23rd, 1912. 
Letters patent issued March 14th, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed April 5th, 1912. 

Miramar Company, The 

Principal place of business, Miami, Fla. 

Capital stock, $5,000.00. 

Filed August 12th, 1912. 

Letters patent issued September 4th, 1912. 

Mizell Live Stock Company. 

Eeturn of President increasing the capital stock from 
$25,000.00 to $135,000.00. 
Filed June 28th, 1911. 

Model Groves Company. 

Principal place of business, Miami, Fla. 
Capital stock, $25,000.00. 
Filed July 29th, 1912. 
Letters patent issued August 31st, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed December 9th, 1912. 

Model Land Company. 

Eeturn of President increasing the capital stock from 
$30,000.00 to $1,000,1100.11). 
Filed February 8th, 1911. 

Molino Florida Colony Company. 

Principal place of business, Pensacola, Fla. 
Capital stock, $20,000.00. 
Filed May 6th, 1911. 



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Letters patent issued June Gth, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed November 14th, 1911. 

Molino Land Company. 

Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed February 24th, 1911. 

Molino State Bank. 

Principal place of business, Molino, Fla. 

Capital stock, $15,000.00. 

Filed March 9th, 1912. 

Letters patent issued April 10th, 1912. 

Montgomery & Breazeale Company. 

Resolution changing name to "Breazeale-Anderson 
Company." 

Filed and letters patent issued September 25th, 1911. 

Monticello Drug Company. 

Resolution amending charter and reducing capita? 
stock from $1,000,000.00 to $100,000.00. 
Filed July 1st, 1910. 
Letters patent issued February Gth, 1911. 

Montgomery Amusement Company. 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 
Capital stock, $100,000.00. 
Filed February 14th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued March, 18th, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed March 29th, 1911. 



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George F. Montgomery Company. 

Affidavit of the Treasurer that 10% of the capital stock 
has been subscribed for and paid in. 

Filed March 4th, 1912. 

Return of President increasing the capital stock from 
$30,000.00 to $100,000.00. 

Filed February 27th, 1912. 

Moore (L) Dry Kiln Company. 

Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed January 5th, 1911. 

Moore Ice Co. 

Resolution amending Charter. 

Filed October 21st, 1912. 

Letters patent issued November 20th, 1912. 

Moore Timber Company. 

Principal place of business, Panama City, Fla. 
Capital stock $2,000,000.00. 
Filed January 23rd, 1911. 
Letters patent issued March 10th, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed May 2nd, 1911. 

Monticello Pecan Grove Company. 

Principal place of business, Monticello, Fla. 
Capita] stock, $210,000.00. 
Filed January 17th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued February 20th, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed March 23rd, 1911. 

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Monticello Development Company. 

Principal place of business, Monticello, Fla. 

Capital stock, $25,000.00. 

Filed June 26th, 1911. 

Letters patent issued August 3rd, 1911. 

Montgomery Company, The 

Principal place of business, Buena Vista, Fla. 

Capital stock, $20,000.00. 

Filed July 24th, 1911. 

Letters patent issued August 28th, 1911. 

Montgomery & Fossey Inc. 

Principal place of business, Buena Vista, Fla. 
Capital stock, $10,000.00. 
Filed August 24th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued September 21st, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed October 2nd, 1911. 

Monticello Pharmacy. 

Principal place of business, Monticello, Fla. 
Capital stock, $5,000.00. 
Filed February 18th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued March 18th, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed April 18th, 1911. 

Morgan Stock & Ice Company. 

Principal place of business, Pensacola, Fla. 

Capital stock, $100,000.00. 

Filed June 15th, 1911. 

Letters patent issued July 15th, 1911. 



707 

Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed July 24th, 1911. 

Moseley Stock Company. 

Principal place of business, Lake City, Fla. 
Capital stock, $10,000.00. 
Filed May 4th, 1912. 
Letters patent issued June 5th, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed June 20th, 1912. 

Mt. Dora Educational Society. 

Principal place of business, Mt. Dora, Fla. 
Capital stock, $5,000.00. 
Filed May 21st, 1912. 
Letters patent issued June 26th, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed July 22nd, 1912. 

Mulberry Foundry & Manufacturing Company. 

Principal place of business, Mulberry, Fla. 

Capital stock, $100,000.00. 

Filed February 2nd, 1912. 

Letters patent issued March 14th, 1912. 

Mulberry Publishing Company. 

Principal place of business, Mulberry, Fla. 

Capital stock, $3,500.00. 

Filed July 8th, 1912. 

Letters patent issued August 16th, 1912. 

Muncaster & Bell. 

Principal place of business, Ocala, Fla. 



708 

Capital stock, $5,000.00. 

Filed June 3rd, 1912. 

Letters patent issued July 10th, 1912. 

Mutual Development Company. 

Principal place of business, Tampa, Fla. 
Capital stock, $25,000.00. 
Filed December 1st, 1911. 
Letters patent issued December 30th, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed February 7th, 1912. 

Mutual Grocery Company, The 

Principal place of business, Tallahassee, Fla. 

Capital stock, $30,000.00. 

Filed October 6th, 1911. 

Letters patent issued Novembre 4th, 1911. 

Mutual Home Investment Company. 

Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 

Filed January 6th, 1911. 

Keturn of President increasing the capital stock from 
$10,000.00 to $75,000.00. 

Filed December 6th, 1912. 

Eesolution changing name to The Welsh Development 
Company. 

Filed December 11th, 1912. 

Letters patent issued December 11th, 1912. 

Mutual Land & Lumber Company. 

Principal place of business, Boggy, Fla. 

Capital stock, $50,000.00. 

Filed July 19th, 1912. 

Letters patent issued September 20th, 1912. 



709 



Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed October 2nd, 1912. 

Mutual Realty Company. 

Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed March 11th, 1911. 

Mutual Security Company. 

Principal place of business, Miami, Fla. 
Capital stock, $10,000.00. 
Filed March 21st, 1912. 
Letters patent issued April 25th, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed July 29th, 1912. 

Myers Gas Engine Company of Florida. 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 

Capital stock, $1,000,000.00. 

Filed July 1st, 1911. 

Letters patent issued August 8th, 1911. 

H. Myers Parrish Company, The 

Principal place of business, Lake City, Fla. 
Capital stock, $10,000.00. 
Filed May 23rd, 1912. 
Letters patent issued June 27th, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed July 16th, 1912. 

MAjers-Slifer Realty Company. 

Principal place of business, Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. 



710 



Capital stock, $10,000.00. 
Letters patent issued February 10th, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed May 19th, 1911. 

Nassau Farm Company. 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 
Capital stock, $100,000.00. 
Filed August 31st, 1912. 
Letters patent issued September 30th, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed November 27th, 1912. 

National Bankruptcy Protective Corporation. 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 

Capital stock, $50,000.00. 

Filed April 17th, 1911. 

Letters patent issued May 25th, 1911. 

Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 

Filed June 9th, 1911. 

Return of President increasing the capital stock from 
$50,000.00 to $100,000.00. 

Filed November 25th, 1911. 

National Boat & Engine Company of Florida. 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 
Capital stock, $10,000.00. ' 
Filed April 11th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued May 13th, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed June 7th, 1911. 



711 



Keturn qf President increasing capital stock from 
$10,000.00 to $20,000.00. 
Filed April 19th, 1912. 

National Land Company. 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 
Formerly "Florida Kissimmee River Land Company," 
of Kissimmee, Fla. 



National Pulp & Turpentine Company, The 

Principal place of business, Green Cove Springs, Fla. 
Capital stock, $200,000.00. 
Filed July 5th 1912. 

Letters patent issued August 17th, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed for and paid. 
Filed September 26th, 1912. 

National Security & Investment Company. 

Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed June 1st, 1911. 

Neale & Brotherton Company. 

Return of President increasing the capital stock from 
$5,000.00 to $10,000.00. 
Filed March 16th, 1911. 

Neal Institute Company of Florida, The 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 

Capital stock, $25,000.00. 

Filed November 26th, 1910. 

Letters patent issued January 2nd, 1911. 



712 



Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed February 26th, 1912. 

Neamathla Grove Company. 

Principal place of business, Sanford, Fla. 

Capital stock, $50,000.00. 

Filed June 27th, 1912. 

Letters patent issued July 27th, 1912. 

W. J. Nesoitt Company, The 

Principal place of business, Fort Pierce, Fla. 
Capital stock, $12,000.00. 
Filed July 28th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued August 25th, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed August 31st, 1911. 

Neiv Miami Steam Laundry. 

Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed December 15th, 1911. 

Newberry Machine and Motor Company. 

Principal place of business, Newberry, Fla. 
Capital stock, $10,000.00. 
Filed January 28th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued March 1st, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed March 9th, 1911. 

New Home Naval Stores Company. 

Principal place of business, De Funiak Springs, Fla. 



713 



Capital stock, $50,000.00. 
Filed March 27th, 1912. 
Letters patent issued May 14th, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed May 22ud, 1912. 

New Pensacola Racing & Fair Association. 

Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed January 7th, 1911. 

New Prospect Fruit and Development Company, The 

Keturn of President increasing capital stock from 
$7,000.00 to $10,000.00. 

Filed January 2nd, 1912. 

Kesolution changing name to United Florida Fruit 
Company. 

Filed January 2nd, 1912. 

Letters patent issued May 4th, 1912. 

New Smyrna Beach Improvement Company, The 

Principal place of business, New Smyrna, Fla. 

Capital stock, $55,000.00. 

Filed August 8th, 1912. 

Letters patent issued September 18th, 1912. 

Neiv Smyrna Bridge & Investment Company. 

Resolution amending charter. 

Filed April 28th, 1911. 

Letters patent issued May 26th, 1912. 

New Smyrna Dock & Marine Association. 

Principal place of business, New Smyrna, Fla. 
Capital stock, $20,000.00. 



714 

Filed April 8th, 1912. 

Letters patent issued May 25th, 1912. 

New Smyrna Mercantile & Investment Company, The 

Principal place of business, New Smyrna, Fla. 

Capital stock, $5,000.00. 

Filed October 7th, 1911. 

Letters patent issued November 6th, 1911. 

New Symma Public Service Company. 

Principal place of business, New Smyrna, Fla. 

Capital stock, $50,000.00. 

Filed November 8th, 1912. 

Letters patent issued December 11th, 1912. 

Newsomc Hardware Company. 

Principal place of business, Fort Meade, Fla. 

Capital stock, $10,000.00. 

Filed January 21st, 1911. 

Letters patent issued February 18th, 1911. 

Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 

Filed February 23rd, 1911. 

Eeturn of President increasing the capital stock from 
$10,000.00 to $25,000.00. 

Filed October 23rd, 1911. 

News Publishing Company, Ltd. 

Resolution amending charter. 
Filed June 26th, 1912. 

New York Floral Company. 

Principal place of business, Jacksonvile, Fla. 
Capital stock, $5,000.00. 
Filed March 2nd, 1912. 



715 



Letters patent issued April 10th, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed May 16th, 1912. 

Nichols Mercantile Company. 

Principal place of business, Nichols, Fla. 
Capital stock, f 15,000.00. 
Filed June 12th, 1912. 
Letters patent issued July 18th, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed July 24th, 1912. 

Niles Naval Stores Company. 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 
Capital stock, $50,000.00. 
Filed November Gth, 1911. 
Letters patent issued December 9th, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed December 27th, 1911. 

Nocatee Orange & Grape Fruit Development Company, 
The 

Principal place of business, Arcadia, Fla. 

Capital stock, #50,000.00. 

Filed June 22nd, 1911. 

Letters patent issued July 27th, 1911. 

Nocatee Trading Company. 

Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed Januarv 22nd. 1912. 



716 



North Tampa Heights Land and Improvement Company. 

Principal place of business, Tampa, Fla. 

Capital stock, f 10,000.00. 

Filed January 14th, 1911. 

Letters patent issued February 27th, 1911. 

North Tampa Land Company. 

Principal place of business, Tampa, Fla. 
v Capital stock, $50,000.00. 

Filed July 6th, 1911. 

Letters patent issued August 10th, 1911. 

Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 

Filed August 18th, 1911. 

Return of President increasing the capital stock from 
$50,000.00 to $100,000.00. 

Filed December 10th, 1912. 

North-Side Realty Company. 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 
Capital stock, $35,000.00. 
Filed December 26th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued January 29th, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed February 5th, 1912. 

Novelty Pressed Brick Company. 

Principal place of business, St. Petersburg, Fla. 

Capital stock, $20,000.00. 

Filed October 26th, 1912. 

Letters patent issued December 23rd, 1912. 

Number Nine Company. 

Principal place ef business, Daytona, Fla. 



717 



Capital stock, $8,000.00. 
Filed April 3rd, 1911. 
Letters patent issued May 15th, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed October 30th, 1911. 



Oaks Hotel Company. 

Principal place of business, Bartow, Fla. 
Capital stock, $50,000.00. 
Filed January 7th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued February 6th, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed March 27th, 1911. 



Oakland Hotel Company. 

Principal place of business, Oakland, Fla. 

Capital stock, $15,000.00. 

Filed August 1st, 1912. 

Letters patent issued September 23rd, 1912. 



Bank of Oakland. 

Principal place of business, Oakland, Fla. 

Capital stock, $15,000.00. 

Filed August 29th, 1912. 

Letters patent issued September 26th, 1912. 



O'Brien & Hall Company. 

Return of President increasing the capital stock from 
$10,000.00 to $25,000.00. 
Filed January 27th, 1911. 



718 



O'Berry & Hall Company' Inc. 

Return of President increasing the capital stock from 
$25,000.00 to $50,000.00. 
Filed January 15th, 1912. 

Ocala Gas Company. 

Principal place of business, Ocala, Fla. 
Capital stock, $50,000.00. 
Filed June 26th, 1912. 
Letters patent issued August 6th, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed August 22nd, 1912. 

Ocala Iron Works. 

Resolution amending charter. 

Filed July 26th, 1911. 

Letters patent issued September 6th, 1911. 

Ocala Lumber & Supply Company. 

Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed February 4th, 1911. 

Ocala Northern Land Company. 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 

Capital stock, $10,000.00. 

Filed October 19th, 1912. 

Letters patent issued November 29th, 1912. 

Ocala Telephone Company. 

Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed December 16th, 1911. 



719 



Ocala Transportation Company. 

Principal place of business, Ocala, Fla. 
Capital stock, $10,000.00. , 

Filed December 19th, 1910. 
Letters patent issued January 21st, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed January 24th, 1911. 

Ocala Turpentine and By-Products Company. 

Principal place of business, Ocala, Fla. 

Capital stock, $10,000.00. 

Filed February 1st, 1911. 

Letters patent issued March 1st, 1911. 

Ocean Beach Amusement Company, The 

Principal place of business, Miami, Fla. 
Capital stock, $50,000.00. 
Filed September 3rd, 1912. 
Letters patent issued October 1st, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capita\ 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed November 30th, 1912. 

Ocean Beach Realty Company. 

Principal place of business, Miami, Fla. 
Capital stock, $50,000.00. 
Filed April 30th, 1912. 
Letters patent issued May 25th, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed June 7th, 1912. 

Ocean View Investment Company. 

Principal place of business, Miami, Fla. 



720 

Capital stock, $50,000.00. 

Filed June 29th, 1912. 

Letters patent issued July 29th, 1912. 

Odd Fellows Building Corporation. 

Eesolution changing name to "Conant Investment Com- 
pany." 
Filed February 23rd, 1912. 
Letters patent issued May 14th, 1912. 

Okeechobee Company, The 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 
Capital stock, .1200,000.00. 
Filed July 5th, 1912. 
Letters patent issued August 7th, 1912. 
Eesolution changing name to "Okeechobee Company." 
Filed and letters patent issued December 17th, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed December 31st, 1912. 

Okeechobee & Lake Worth Land Company. 

Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 

Filed March 11th, 1911. 

Eesolution changing name to "Palm Beach County 
Land Company." 

Filed and letters patent isssued November 23rd, 1911. 

Ona Naval Stores Company. 

Principal place of business, Ona, Fla. 

Capital stock, $50,000.00. 

Filed November 10th, 1911. 

Letters patent issued December 18th, 1911. 



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Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed February 5th, 1912. 

Operators Naval Stores Company. 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 
Capital stock, |250,000.00. 
Filed March 15th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued April 4th, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed April 7th, 1911. 

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Orange County Furniture Company. 

Principal place of business, Orlando, Fla. 

Capital stock, $5,000.00. 

Filed October 12th, 1911. 

Letters patent issued November 16th, 1911. 

Orange Grove Improvement Company, The 

Principal place of business, Arcadia, Fla. 
Capital stock, $10,000.00. 
Filed February 16th, 1912. 

Letters patent issued March 25th, 1912. 

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Oriente Mining Company. 

Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed January 6th, 1911. 

Orlando Bank & Trust Company. 

Keturn of President increasing the capital ptock from 
$50,000.00 to $100,000.00. 
Filed June 28th. 1911. 

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Orlando Florida Farms Company. 

Principal place of business, Orlando, Fla. 

Capital stock, $50,000.00. 

Filed February 16th, 1911. 

Letters patent issued April 11th, 1911. 

Orlando Irrigated Farms Company. 

Principal place of business, Orlando, Fla. 
Capital stock, $25,000.00. 
Filed April 18th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued May 30th, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed June 3rd, 1911. 

Orlando Railway & Navigation Company. 

Principal place of business, Orlando, Fla. 

Capital stock, $5,000.00. 

Filed August 28th, 1912. 

Letters patent issued October 2nd, 1912. 

Orlando Sanitarium, The 

Principal place of business, Orlando, Fla. 
Capital stock, $50,000.00. 
Filed June 30th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued August 4th, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capi tal 
stock has beeen subscribed and paid. 
Filed November 10th, 1911. 

Osceola County State Bank. 

Principal place of business, St. Cloud, Fla. 

Capital stock, $15,000.00. 

Filed March 7th, 1911. 

Letters patent issued April 5th, 1911. 



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Osceola Fertiliser Company. 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 
Capital stock, $50,000.00. 
Filed May 10th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued June 13th, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capi'S:!; 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed June 29th, 1911. 

Osceola Garage Company. 

Principal place of business, Kissimmee, Fla. 

Capital stock, $10,000.00. 

Filed July 11th, 1912. 

Letters patent issued August 7th, 1912. 

Osceola Journal Publishing Company. 

Principal place of business, Kissimmee, Fla. 
Capital stock, $10,000.00. 
Filed July 5th, 1912. 
Letters patent issued August 1st, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed August 13th, 1912. 

Osceola Lumber Co. 

Return of President increasing the capital stock from 
$10,000.00 to $20,000.00. 

Filed August 19th, 1912. 

Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has beeen subscribed and paid. 

Filed September 10th, 1912. 

Ossinsky & Klepper Clothing Company. 

Authenticated copy of resolution changing name to 
"The Fashion." 

Filed April 3rd, A. D. 1912. 



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Ozona Investment Company. 

Principal place of business, Ozona, Fla. 
Capital stock, $10,000.00. 
Filed September 15th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued October 15th, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed October 20th, 1911. 

Packard Land Company. 

Eeturn of President increasing the capital stock from 
$100,000.00 to $200,000.00. 
Filed March 9th, 1911. 

Palatka Athletic Association. 

Principal place of business, Palatka, Fla. 
Capital stock, $6,000.00. 
Filed January 4th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued February 8th, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed May 22nd, 1911. 

Palm Beach Heights Company. 

Principal place of business, West Palm Beach, Fla. 
Capital stock, $25,000.00. 
Filed February 7th, 1912. 
Letters patent issued March 9th, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed May 30th, 1912. 

Palm Beach, Okeechobee & Western Raihvay Company. 

Principal place of business, West Palm Beach, Fla. 
Capital stock, $500,000.00. 



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Filed October 13th, 1911. 

Letters patent issued November 18th, 1911. 

Palmetto Company, The 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 
Capital stock, $10,000.00. 
Filed June 8th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued July 14th ? 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed July 22nd, 1911. 

Pan-American Engineering Company. 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla, 

Capital stock, $50,000.00. 

Filed December 21st, 1912. 

Letters patent issued April 11th, 1PJ2. 

Panama City Compress Company. 

Principal place of business, Panama City, Fla. 

Capital stock, $35,000.00. 

Filed May 4th, 1912. 

Letters patent issued July 20th, 1912. 

Padgett-Lucas Co mpany. 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 
Capital stock, $25,000.00. 
Filed December 30th, 1910. 
Letters patent issued February 1st, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed March 1st, 1911. 

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Padgett Realty & Investment Company. 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 



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Capital stock, $25,000.00. 
Filed May 7th, 1012. 

Letters patent issued June 7th, 1912. 

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Palm Beach County Building & Loan Association, 
Principal place of business, West Palm Beach, Fla. 
Capital stock, $ 25,000.00. 
Filed August 8th, 1912. 
Letters patent issued September 16th, 1912. 

Palmetto State Bank. 

Principal place of business. Palmetto, Fla. 

Capital stock, f 18,000.00. 

Filed June 1st, 1912. 

Letters patent issued July 24th, 1912. 

Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 

Filed October 8th, 1912. 

Panama Land Company. 
Principal place of business, Panama City, Fla. 
Capital stock, $20,000.00. 
Filed September 14th, 1912. 
Letters patent issued October 25th, 1912. 

Park Hotel Company, The 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 
Capital stock, $30,000.00. 
Filed June 9th, 1910. 
Letters patent issued January 3rd, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed January 6th, 1911. 



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l'arke?--Murdaugh-Goldstein Company. 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Flu. 
Capital slock, #25,000.00. 
Filed November 22nd, 1912. 
Letters patent issued December 24th, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed December 30th 1012. 

Pastime Athletic Club. 

Principal place of business, Pensacola, Fla. 

Capital stock, f 5,000.00. 

Filed April 20th, 1912. 

Letters patent issued May 25th, 1912. 

Patterson Brokerage Company. 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 
Capital stock, .|20,000.00. 
Filed March 11th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued April 14th, 1911. 
Aflidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed July 3rd, 1911. 

Paul Brothers. 

Principal place of business, Watertown, Fla. 
Capital stock, $500,000.00. 
Filed February 17th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued March 22nd, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed March 25th, 1911. 

Peacock Grocery Company. 

Principal place of business, West Pompano, Fla. 



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Capital stock, $5,000.00. 
Filed December 21st, 1910. 
Letters patent issued January 17th, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed January 23rd, 1911. 

Pearl Furniture Company. 

Resolution amending charter. 
Filed July 18th, 1912. 
Letters patent issued August 28th, 1912. 
Keturn of President increasing the capital stock from 
$10,000.00 to $20,000.00. 
Filed July 22nd, 1912. . 

Pearl Street Boulevard Investment Company. 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 
Capital stock, $30,000.00. 
Filed June 7th, 1912. 
Letters patent issued July 5th, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed September 12th, 1912. 

Pebble PJiosphate Co. of Bartow. 

Resolution changing name to "Homestead Phosphate 
Co." 

Letters patent issued January 9th, 1912. 

John W. Pelot Company. 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 

Capital stock, $5,000.00. 

Filed April 21st, 1911. 

Letters patent issued May 24th, 1911. 



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Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed June 2nd, 1911. 

Pendleton Land Company. 

Principal place of business, Tampa, Fla. 

Capital stock, $10,000.00. 

Filed December 5th, 1910. 

Letters patent issued January 5th, 1911. 

Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 

Filed August 19th, 1911. 

Keturn of President increasing the capital stock from 
110,000.00 to 150,000.00. 

Filed October 23rd, 1911. 

Peninsula Company, The 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 
Capital stock, $5,000.00. 
Filed October 27th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued December 1st, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed April 22nd, 1912. 

Peninsula Highlands Company. 

Principal place of business, Loughman, Fla. 

Capital stock, $100,000.00. 

Filed January 19th, 1912. 

Letters patent issued February 29th, 1912. 

Peninsular Paper Company. 

Principal place of business, Tampa, Fla. 
Capital stock, $15,000.00. 
Filed February 24th, 1911. 



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Letters patent issued March 27th, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed March 30th, 1911. 

Peninsular Title Company. 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 
Capital stock, $50,000.00. 
Filed August 28th, 1912. 
Letters patent issued September 26th, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed October 5th, 1912. 

Pensacola Boat Building Company. 

Principal place of business, Pensacola, Fla. 
Capital stock, f 10,000.00. 
Filed March 18th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued April 21st, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed May 12th, 1911. 

Pensacola Commercial & Short-Hand School. 

Principal place of business, Pensacola, Fla. 
Capital stock, $3,000.00. 
Filed April 15th, 1912. 
Letters patent issued May 15th, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed May 27th, 1912. 

Pensacola Home & Savings Association. 

Eeturn of President increasing the capital stock from 
$500,000.00 to $2,000,000.00. 
Filed June 24th, 1911. 



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Pensacola Improvement Company. 

Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed February 22nd, 1911. 

Pensacola Seed & Nursery Company, The 

Principal place of business, Pensacola, Fla. 

Capital stock, $25,000.00. 

Filed August 24th, 11)12. 

Letters patent issued November 2nd, 1912. 

Pensacola Shipping Company, The 

Principal place of business, Pensacola, Fla. 
Capital stock, $10,000.00. 
Filed July 29th, 1912. 
Letters patent issued August 29th, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed September 2nd, 1912. 

Pensacola Tar & Turpentine Company. 

Return of President increasing the capital stock from 
$100,000.00 to $150,000,00. 
Filed September 30th, 1911. 

Pensacola Theatre Company. 

Principal place of business, Pensacola, Fla. 
Capital stock, $20,000.00. 
Filed March 13th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued April 13th, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed April 29th, 1911. 



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Pensacola Vichy Baths, Incorporated. 

Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed February 7th, 1911. 

Peninsular Pebble Phosphate Company. 

Keturn of President increasing the capital stock from 
$300,000.00 to |1,000,000.00. 

Filed January 9th, 1912. 

Resolution changing name to "Homestead Phosphate 
Company." 

Filed and letters patent issued January 9th, 1912. 

Peoples Bank of Clearwater. 

Principal place of business, Clearwater, Fla. 
Capital stock, |36,000.00. 
Filed March 31st, 1911. 
Letters patent issued May 1st, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that fifty per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed May 25th, 1911. 

Peoples Bank of Jacksonville. 

Formerly "Peoples Bank and Trust Company." 

Filed February 17th, 1912. 

Letters patent issued February 17th, 1912. 

Peoples Bank of Marianna, The 

Principal place of business, Marianna, Fla. 

Capital stock, $35,000.00. 

Filed August 20th, 1912. 

Letters patent issued September 25th, 1912. 

Peoples Home Building Company of Jacksonville. 
Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 



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Capital stock, $50,000.00. 

Filed October 14th, 1912. 

Letters patent issued November 19th, 1912. 

Peoples Investment Company, The 

Principal place of business, Fort Myers, Fla. 

Capital stock, $50,000.00. 

Filed March 25th, 1911. 

Letters patent issued April 26th, 1911. 

Peoples Realty Company. 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 

Capital stock, $50,000.00. 

Filed March 12th, 1912. 

Letters patent issued April 29th, 1912. 

Peoples State Bank of Daytona. 

Return of President increasing the capital stock from 
$25,000.00 to $35,000.00. 
Filed May 8th, 1911. 

Peoples Store Company The 

Principal place of business, Green Cove Springs, Fla. 
Capital stock, $10,000.00. 
Filed December 27th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued January Y&h. 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed April 15th, 1912. 

People's Trade House, The 

Return of President increasing the capital stock from 
$3,000.00 to $10,000.00. 
Filed November 6th, 1911. 



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Per dido Gulf Land Company. 

Principal place of business, Pensacola, Fla. 
Capital stock, fl00,000.00. 
Filed April 5th 1911. 
Letters patent issued May 8th, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed May 6th, 1911. 

Perkins, Sharpe & Company. 

Principal place of business, Tampa, Fla. 

Capital stock, $50,000.00. 

Filed May 6th, 1911. 

Letters patent issued June 12th, 1911. 

Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 

Filed June 26th, 1911. 
• 
Perry Electric Company. 

Eeturu of President increasing the capital stock from 
$5,000.00 to $25,000.00. 
Filed April 8th, 1912. 

Perry Furniture Company. 

Principal place of business, Perry, Fla. 

Capital stock, $5,000.00. 

Filed November 23rd, 1912. 

Letters patent issued December 23rd, 1912. 

Perry Ice Cream- Company. 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 

Capital stock, $20,000.00. 

Filed August 5th, 1912. 

Letters patent issued September 11th, 1912. 



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Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed September 25th, 1912. 

Perry Manufacturing Company. 

Principal place of business, Perry, Fla. 
Capital stock, $5,000.00. 
Filed December 6th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued January 13th, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed January 24th, 1912. 

Perry-Tharp-Berry Music Company. 

Principal place of business, Lakeland, Fla. 
Capital stock, $25,000.00. 
Filed January 3rd, 1912. 
Letters patent issued February 3rd, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed February 15th, 1912. 

Petteway Turpentine Company. 

Eesolution amending charter. 

Filed June 12th, 1911. 

Letters patent issued July 15th, 1911. 

Return of President increasing the capital stock from 
$20,000.00 to $60,000.00. 

Filed June 12th, 1911. 

Affidavit of Treasurer that all of the capital stock has 
been subscribed and paid. 

Filed August 3rd, 1911. 

Eesolution amending charter. 

Filed July 31st, 1911. 

Letters patent issued September 6th, 1911. 



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W. I. Phillips Company. 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 
Capital stock, f25,000.00. 
Filed February 8th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued March 11th, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed March 27th, 1911. 

/. W. Phillips & Company. 

Keturn of President increasing the capital stock from 
$50,000.00 to $100,000.00. 
Filed December 31st, 1912. 

Phillips Manufacturing Company. 

Return of President increasing the capital stock from 
$5,000.00 to $50,000.00. 
Filed June 30th, 1911. 

Phillips & Turnbull Company. 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 
Capital stock, $50,000.00. 
Filed July 8th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued August 9th, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed October 6th, 1911. 

Pierce Brothers & Company. 

Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed May 20th, 1912. 

Pickett Land Company. 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 



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Capital stock, $30,000.00. 
Filed February 8th, 1011. 
Letters patent issued March 13th, 1011. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that teu per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed March 27th, 1011. 

J. E. Pierce Furniture Company. 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 
Capital stock, $10,000.00. 
Filed November 27th, 1011. 
Letters patent issued January 13th, 1012. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed January 20th, 1012. 

Pincroster Company , The 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 

Capital stock, $2,000.00. 

Filed July 6th, 1012. 

Letters patent issued August 10th, 1012. 

Pineacura Remedies Company, The 

Principal place of business, Orlando, Fla. 

Capita] stock, $50,000.00. 

Filed March 23rd, 1011. 

Letters patent issued April 20th, 1011. 

Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 

Filed March 2nd, 1012. 

Return of President increasing the capital stock from 
$50,000.00 to $100,000.00. 

Filed January 2nd, 1012. 

Pinellas Development Company. 

Principal place of business, Pinellas Park, Fla. 
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Capital stock, $100,000.00. 
Filed February 26th, 1912. 
Letters patent issued March 27th, 1912. 

Pinellas Guaranty Title & Abstract Company, The 

Principal place of business, St. Petersburg, Fla. 

Capital stock, $10,000.00. 

Filed February 20th, 1911. 

Letters patent issued March 20th, 1911. 

Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 

Filed March 27th, 1911. 

Return of President increasing the capital stock from 
$10,000.00 to $30,000.00. 

Filed August 12th, 1912. 

Pinellas Land & Development Company. 

Principal place of business, Tampa, Fla. 
Capital stock, $50,000.00. 
Filed December 6th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued January 8th, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed March 30th, 1912. 

Pinellas Packing Company. 

Principal place of business, Clearwater, Fla. 
Capital stock, $10,000.00. 
Filed November 6th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued December 5th, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed March 4th, 1912. 



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Pinellas Peninsular Land Company. 

Principal place of business, St. Petersburg, Flu. 

Capital stock, $100,000.00. 

Filed October 19th, 1912. 

Letters patent issued November 22nd, 1912. 

Pioneer Bank. 

Kesolution amending charter. 
Filed February 15th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued March 20th, 1911. 
Keturn of President increasing the capital stock from 
$40,000.00 to $75,000.00. 
Filed December 21st, 1912. 

Pioneer Realty Company. 

Principal place of business, Fort Lauderdale, Fla. 

Capital stock, $50,000.00. 

Filed November 13th, 1912. 

Letters patent issued December 14th, 1912. 

Pipes Investment Company. 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 

Capital stock, $50,000.00. 

Filed May 25th, 1912. 

Letters patent issued June 25th, 1912. 

Pitzer Furniture & Hardware Company. 

Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed January 2nd, 1911. 

Plant City Granite Brick Company. 

Resolution changing name to "Roux Composite Brick 
Company." 



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Filed May 16th, 1912. 

Letters patent issued June 17th, 1912. 

Pneu Tire Filler Company. 

Principal place of business, Daytona, Fla. 

Capital stock, $2,500.00. 

Filed August 16th, 1)12. 

Letters patent issued September 21st, 1012. 

Point View Realty Company, The 

Principal place of business, Miami, Fla. 
Capital stock, $30,000.00. 
Filed April 3rd, 1911. 
Letters patent issued May 6th, 1011. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed May 12th, 1911. 

Polar Ice & Light Company. 

Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed January 10th, 1011. 

Polk County Abstract Company. 

Principal place of business, Bartow, Fla. 
Capital stock, $20,000.00. 
Filed December 8th, 1010. 
Letters patent issued January 0th, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed March 27th, 1911. 

Pomeroy Realty Company. 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 
Capital stock, $25,000.00. 



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Filed June 29th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued August 14th, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed August 26th, 1911. 

Ponce De Leon Cash Store. 

Principal place of business, Ponce De Leon, Fla. 
Capital stock, $10,000.90. 
Filed February 15th, 1912. 
Letters patent issued April 19th, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital; 
stock lias been subscribed and paid. 
Filed May 6th, 1912. 

Henry Pons & Company. 

Principal place of business, Tampa, Fla. 
Capital stock, $20,000.00. 
Filed February 22nd, 1912. 
Letters patent issued May 8th, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed May 13th, 1912. 

Port Rickey Company. 

Principal place of business, Tampa, Fla. 
Capital stock, $100,000.00. 
Filed July 8th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued August 15th, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed August 24th, 1911. 

Port St. Joe Dock & Terminal Company. 

Principal place of business, Port St. Joe, Fla. 
Capital stock, $1,000,000.00. 



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Filed October 31st, 1912. 

Letters patent issued November 27th, 1912. 

Presstman-Caldwell Company. 

Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed March 11th, 1911. 

Progress Loan & Improvement Company. 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 

Capital stock, $25,000.00. 

Filed August 31st, 1012. 

Letters patent issued October 1st, 1012. 

Provident Homes Association. 

Principal place of business, Tampa, Fla. 

Capital stock, $500,000.00. 

Filed March 11th, 1912. 

Letters patent issued April 22nd, 1012. 

Punctureless Tire Company. 

Principal place of business, Chipley, Fla. 

Capital stock, $12,500.00. 

Filed May 30th, 1912. 

Letters patent issued August 15th, 1912. 

Punta Gorda Land & Lumber Company. 

Principal place of business, Punta Gorda, Fla. 
Capital stock, $1,000,000.00. 
Filed August 1st, 1912. 
Letters patent issued September 3rd, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed November 12th, 1912. 



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Pure Fruit Juice & By-Products Company. 

Principal place oil business, Largo, Fla. 
Capital stock, $100,000.00. 
Filed August 2nd, 1012. 

Letters patent issued September 18th, 1012. 
^Resolution changing name to the "Pure Fruit Products 
Company." 

Filed November 22nd, 1912. 

Letters patent issued November 22nd, 1912. 

Putnam Handle Manufacturing Company. 

Principal place of business, Kenwood, Fla. 

Capital stock, $5,000.00. 

Filed April 14th, 1911. 

Letters patent issued May 15th, 1911. 

Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 

Filed June 3rd, 1911. 

Eeturn of President increasing the capital stock from 
$5,000.00 to $10,000.00. 

Filed October 23rd, 1911. 

Putnam Hotel & Land Company. 

Principal place of business, Palatka, Fla. 
Capital stock, $15,000.00. 
Filed December 27th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued January 31st, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed February 12th, 1912. 

Putnam Ice & Storage Company, The 

Principal place of business, Palatka, Fla. 
Capital stock, $10,000.00. 
Filed February 10th, 1911. 



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Letters patent issued March 16th, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed April 22nd, 1911. 

Putnam Naval Stores Company. 

Principal place of business, Jacksonvile, Fla. 
Capital stock, $40,000.00. 
Filed December 17th, 1910. 
Letters patent issue J January 17th, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed March 8th, 1911. 

Quigley Lumber & Supply Company. 

Principal place of business, Starke, Fla. 
Capital stock, |10,000.00. 
Filed August 8th, 1912. 
Letters patent issued September 14th, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that fen per cent <>i' the ci ill:) I 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed September 20th, 1912. 

M. A. Quina Export Company. 

Principal place of business, Pensacola, Fla. 
Capital stock, |5,000.00. 
Filed May 27th, 1912. 
Letters patent issued June 27th, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the e:«i:ilal 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed July 1st, 1912. 

Raiford Development Company. 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 
Capital stock, $10,000.0. 



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Filed February 17th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued March 17th, 1011. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
'stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed March 25th, 1911. 

Railey-Milam Hardware Company. 

Principal place of business, Miami, Fla. 

Capital stock, $50,000.00. 

Filed November 18th, 1012. 

Letters patent issued December 26(h, 1012. 

Rambler Automobile Company. 

Principal place of business, Jacksonvile, Fla. 

Capital stock, $25,000.00. 

Filed December 1st, 1010. 

Letters patent issued January 5th, 1011. 

Rand Ice Cream Company. 

Principal ploce of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 
Capital stock, $20,000.00. 
Filed September 2nd, 1011. 
Letters patent issued September 30th, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ton per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed December 30th, 1011. 

Realty Abstract Company. 

Principal place of business, Live Oak, Fla. 
Capital stock, $15,000.00. 
Filed June 6th, 1012. 
Letters patent issued July 10th, 1012. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capilal 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed July 18th, 1012. 



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Realty Bond & Mortgage Company. 

Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 

Filed November 1st, 1911. 

Realty Development Company of Green Cove Springs. 

Principal place of business, Green Cove Springs, Fla. 
Capital stock, f 10,000.00. 
Filed July 8th, 1912. 
Letters patent issued August 5th, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed August 12th, 1912. 

Read-Parker Construction Company. 

Principal place of business, Tampa, Fla. 

Capital stock, $30,000.00. 

Filed December 13th, 1911. 

Letters patent issued January 24th, 1912. 

G. N. Recio Company. 

Principal place of business, Key West, Fla. 

Capital stock, $1,000.00. 

Filed October 2nd, 1911. 

Filed October 2nd, 1911. 

Letters patent issued November 10th, 1911. 

Redland Improvement Company. 

Principal place of business, Coldwater, Fla. 
Capital stock, $50,000.00. 
Filed October 12th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued December 8th, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed January 13th, 1912. 



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L. A. Rcguladora. 

Principal place of business, Tampa, Fla. 
Capital stock, $15,000.00. 
Filed January 27th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued March 1st, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed March 29th, 1911. 

Rerdell Mercantile Company. 

Principal place of business, Rerdell, Fla. 
Capital stock, |5,000.00. 
Filed April 2nd, 1912. 
Letters patent issued May 3rd, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed October 14th, 1912. 

Rheinauer & Company. 

Principal place of business, Ocala, Fla. 
Capital stock, $75,000.00. 
Filed July 11th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued August 10th, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed August 19th, 1911. 

Riverland Turpentine Company. 

Principal place of business, Riverland, Fla. 
Capital stock, $10,500.00. 
Filed March 2nd, 1911. 
Letters patent issued April 15th, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed April 20th, 1911. 



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River Heights Fruit Company. 

Principal place of business, Fort Myers, Fla. 

Capital stock, $30,000.00. 

Filed November 25th, 1012. 

Letters patent issued December 27th, 1012. 

Riverside Development Company. 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 
Capital stock, .$50,000.00. 
Filed February 14th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued March 15th, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed May 15th, 1911. 

Riverside Realty Corporation. 

Principal place of business, Fort Myers, Fla. 
Capital stock, $50,000.00. 
Filed August 20th, 1012. 
Letters patent issued September 30th, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the c;«pHal 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed October 31st, 1012. 

Roberts Lumber Company. 

Principal place of business, Fort Myers, Fla. 

Capital stock, $25,000.00. 

Filed May 6th, 1012. 

Letters patent issued June 8th, 1012. 

Robinson Dismukes Lumber Company. 

Principal place of business, Durbin, Fla. 

Capital stock, $30,000.00. 

Filed March 22nd, 1012. 

Letters patent issued May 9th, 1012. 



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Rock Island Sponge Company. 

Principal place of business, Carrabelle, Fla. 
Capital stock, $ 100,000.00. 
Letters patent issued August 23rd, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed August 2Sth, 1912. 

Roess Lumber Company. 

Return of the President increasing the capital stock 
from $50,000.00. to $100,000.00. 
Filed February 22nd, 1912. 
Resolution amending Article G of Charter. 
Filed March 15th, 1912. 
Letters patent issued June 25th, 1912. 

Rogers Farm Company. 

Principal place of business, Burbank, Fla. 
Capital stock, $10,000.00. 
Filed March 22nd, 1912. 
Letters patent issued April 22nd, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed May 3rd, 1912. 

Ron-Macdonald Cigar Company. 

Principal place of business, Tampa, Fla. 

Capital stock, $50,000.00. 

Filed April 6th, 1911. 

Letters patent issued May 12th, 1911. 

Rose-Dasher Turpentine Company. 

Principal place of business, Point Washington, Fla. 
Capital stock, $25,000.00. 
Filed November 30th, 1910. 



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Letters patent issued January 5th, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has heen subscribed and paid. 
Filed January 13th, 1911. 

Rose Turpentine Company. 

Principal place of business, Garniers, Fla. 

Capital stock, f 9,000.00. 

Filed December 8th, 1911. 

Letters patent issued January 11th, 1912. 

Roux Composite Brick Co,mpany. 

Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed August 8th, 1912. 

Ruggles & Weller. 

Principal place of business, West Palm Beach, Fla. 
Capital stock, $10,000.00. 
Filed July 27th, 1912. 

Letters patent issued September 7th, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed September 25th, 1912. 

Ruskin Colony Extension Company. 

Principal place of business, Ruskin, Fla. 
Capital stock, $300,000.00. 
Filed March 9th, 1912. 
Letters patent issued April 18th, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed May 11th, 1912. 



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Ru&Mn Colonization Company. 

Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 

Filed May 15th, 1911. 

Russell Company. 

Principal place of business, Tampa, Fla. 
Capital stock, $10,000.00. 
Filed April 1st, 1912. 

Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. , 
Filed May 18th, 1912. 

Salem Turpentine Company. 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 
Capital stock, $20,000.00. 
Filed June 30th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued August 3rd, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed September 7th, 1911. 

Salvador Saurez Company. 

Principal place of business, Tampa, Fla. 
Capital stock, $25,000.00. 
Filed January 23rd, 1911. 
Letters patent issued February 27th, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed March 13th, 1911. 

San Antonio Citrus Growers Association. 

Principal place of business, San Antonio, Fla. 

Capital stock, none. 

Filed November 20th, 1909. 

Letters patent issued March 11th, 1911. 



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San Bias Company. 

Principal place of business, Panama City, Fla. 

Capital stock, f 5,000.00. 

Filed December 15th, 1911. 

Letters patent issued February 1st, 1912. 

Sanford Land Development Company. 

Principal place of business, Sanford, Fla. 
Capital stock, f 800,000.00. 
Filed February 14th, 1911. 

Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed May 9th, 1911. 

Sanford Machine & Garage Company. 

Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed August 7th, 1911. 

Sanford Manufacturing Company. 

Principal place of business, Sanford, Fla. 
Capital stock, $25,000.00. 
Filed February 71h, 1912. 
Letters patent issued March 12th, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed August 2nd, 1912. 

Sanford Shoe & Clothing Company. 

Principal place of business, Sanford, Fla. 
Capital stock, $20,000.00. 
Filed March 30th, 1912. 
Letters patent issued May 8th, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed May 17th, 1912. 



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S an Martin & Leon Company. 

Principal place of business, Tampa, Fla. 

Capital stock, $100,000.00. 

Filed October 12th, 1912. 

Letters patent issued November 14th, 1912. 

Santa Rosa Grove Company. 

Principal place of business, Milton, Fla. 
Capital stock, $25,000.00. 
Filed April 27th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued June 8th, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed June 14th, 1911. 

Sapp & Hill. 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 
Capital stock, $5,000.00. 
Filed May 31st, 1912. 
Letters patent issued July 3rd, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed July 10th, 1912. 

Sarasota Fruitville Company. 

Principal place of business, Sarasota, Fla. 
Capital stock, $200,000.00. 
Filed October 3rd, 1912. 
Letters patent issued November 6th, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed November 26th, 1912. 

Sarasota Grove Land Syndicate. 
Principal place of business, Sarasota, Fla. 

47— S. S. 



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Capital stock, $10,000.00. 
Filed April 5th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued May 12th, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed May 24th, 1911. 

Sarasota-V enice Company. 

Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed October 10th, 1911. 

Sarasota Yacht & Automobile Holding Company. 

Principal place of business, Sarasota, Fla. 

Capital stock, $5,000.00. 

Letters patent issued May 30th, 1912. 

Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stcck has been subscribed and paid. 

Filed June 5th, 1912. 

Savoy Company. 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 
Capital stock, $25,000.00. 
Filed January 13th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued February 18th, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed March 11th, 1911. 

Claude E. Sawyer Biscayne Bay Realty Company. 

Principal place of business, Miami, Fla. 

Capital stock $75,000.00. 

Filed May 8th, 1911. 

Letters patent issued June 17th, 1911. 



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Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed June 29th, 1911. 

Schoepf Company, The 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 
Capital stock, $20,000.00. 
Filed October, 23rd, 1911. 
Letters patent issued November 20th, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed December 4th, 1911. 

H. C. Schrader Company. 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 
Capital stock, $20,000.00. 
Filed September 26th, 1912. 
Letters patent issued October 30th, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed for and paid in. 
Filed November 7th, 1912. 

Bank of Sebring, The 

Principal place of business, Sebring, Fla. 

Capital stock, f 15,000.00. 

Filed September 4th, 1912. 

Letters patent issued October 10th, 1912. 

Sebring Florida Farms Company, The 

Principal place of business, Lakeland, Fla. 
Capital stock, $10,000.00. 
Filed December 6th, 1910. 
Letters patent issued January 10th, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the Capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed February 7th, 1911. 



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Geo. M. Sebring Company. 

Principal place of business, Lakeland, Fla. 
Capital stock, $10,000.00. 
Filed June 28th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued August 9th, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed September 13th, 1911. 

Security Abstract & Title Company. 

Principal place of business, Bartow, Fla. 
Capital stock, $15,000.00. 
Filed August 30th, 1912. 
Letters patent issued October 2nd, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that fen per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed November 5th, 1912. 

Seminole Citrus Fruit Company. 

Principal place of business, Fort Pierce, Fla. 
Capital stock, $300,000.00. 
Filed January 25th, 1912. 
Letters patent issued February 22nd, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed April 4th, 1912. 

Seminole Development Company. 

Principal place of business, Tampa, Fla. 
Capital stock, $25,000.00. 
Filed June 17th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued July 18th, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed September 18th, 1911. 



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Seminole Film Supply Company. 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 
Capital stock, $15,000.00. 
Filed December 5th, 1910. 
Letters patent issued January 4th, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed January 27th, 1911. 

Seminole Hotel Company. 

Principal place of business, Winter Park, Fla. 
Capital stock $100,000.00. 
Filed May 18th, 1912. 
Letters patent issued June 24th, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed July 3rd, 1912. 

SemiHole Machinery Company. 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 
Capital stock, $25,000.00. 
Filed January 26th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued February 27th, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed July 5th, 1911. 

Seminole Typewriter Exchange, The 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 

Capital stock, $2,500.00. 

Filed October 23rd, 1911. 

Letters patent issued November 28th, 1911. 

Semi-Tropical Produce Company. 

Principal place of business, Hilliard, Fla. 
Capital stock, $50,000,00. 



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Filed September 11th, 1911. 

Letters patent issued November 4th, 1911 

T. W. Shands Company. 

Principal place of business, Green Cove Springs, Fla. 
Capital stock, $500,000.00. 
Filed December 11th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued January 17th, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed February 9th, 1912. 

Eesolution amending Article No. 3 of Charter. 
Filed February 19th, 1912. 
Letters patent issued March 21st, 1912. 

Shelfer & Ellinor Company. 

Principal place of business, Havana, Fla. 
Capital stock, $15,000.00. 
Filed May 10th, 1912. 
Letters patent issued June 10th, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed June 18th, 1912. 

Simmons Relief Company. 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 
Capital stock, $75,000.00. 
Filed February 26th, 1912. 
Letters patent issued March 26th, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed May 7th, 1912. 

Skipper Realty Company. 

Principal place of business. Lakeland, Fla. 
Capital stock, $20,000.00. 



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Filed May 6th, 1912. 
Letters issued June 8th, 1912. 

Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed June 11th, 1912. 

Smith Furniture Company. 

Principal place of business, Milton, Fla. 

Capital stock, $30,000.00. 

Filed March 7th, 1912. 

Letters patent issued April 4th, 1912. 

Smith-Richardson Investment Company. 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 
Capital stock, $25,000.00. 
Filed March 18th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued April 20th, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed May 5th, 1911! 

Sopchoppy State Bank. 

Principal place of business, Sopchoppy, Fla. 

Capital stock, $15,000.00. 

Filed February 27th, 1912. 

Letters patent issued March 26th, 1912. 

South Apopka Supply Company, The 

Principal place of business, Winter Garden, Fla. 
Capital stock, $24,000.00. 
Filed January 17th, 1912. 
Letters patent issued February 19th, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed Februarv 27th, 1912. 



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South Atlantic Bottling Company. 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 
Capital stock, $50,000.00. 
Filed January 20th, 1912. 
Letters patent issued February 21st, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed March 2nd, 1912. 

i South Atlantic Commercial Men's Association. 

Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed March 1st, 1911. 

South Atlantic Land Company. 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 
Capital stock, |75,000.00. 
Filed February 24th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued March 29th, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed May 4th, 1911. 

Southeastern Lumber Company. 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 
Capital stock, $50,000.00. 
Filed February 5th, 1912. 
Letters patent issued March 9th, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed March 14th, 1912. 

Southerland & McConnel Company. 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 
Capital stock, |2,000,000.00. 



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Filed April 15th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued May 15th, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed May 20th, 1911. 

Southern Advent Christian Publication Society. 

Eesolution changing name to "Southern Advent Chris- 
tian Investment Company." 

Filed and letters patent issued January 29th, 1912. 

Southern Agency and Development Company. 

Principal place of business, Tampa, Fla. 
Capital stock, $10,000.00. 
Filed May 20th, 1912. 
Letters patent issued June 24th, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed August 12th, 1912. 

southern Art China Company. 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 
Capital stock, $5,000.00. 
Filed July 15th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued August 23rd, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed September 4th, 1911. 

Southern Bank & Trust Company, The 

Principal place of business, Miami, Fla. 

Capital stock, $100,000.00. 

Filed November 14th, 1911. 

Letters patent issued January 2nd, 1912. 



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Southern Correspondence College, The 

Principal place of business, Blountstown, Fla. 
Capital stock, $25,000.00. 
Filed February 20th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued April 3rd, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed May 24th, 1911. 

Southern Fertilizer Company. 

Kesolution amending charter. 

Filed March 2nd, 1911. 

Letters patent issued April 6th, 1911. 

Kesolution amending charter. 

Filed October 12th, 1911. 

Letters patent issued November 23rd, 1911. 

Southern Fisheries Company, The 

Principal place of business. Fort Myers, Fla. 

Capital stock $50,000.00. 

Filed August 12th, 1911. 

Letters patent issued September 12th, 1911. 

Southern Fixture & Supply Company. 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 
Capital stock, $50,000.00. 
Filed September 9th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued October 9th, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed October 18th, 1911. 

Southern Grocery Company. 

Principal place of business, Tampa, Fla. 
Capital stock, $25,000.00. 



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Filed November 18th, 1912. 

Letters patent issued December 16th, 1912. 

Southern Menhaden Company. 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 

Capital stock, f500,000.00. 

Filed November 27th, 1911. 

Letters patent issued December 26th, 1911. 

Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 

Filed January 12th, 1912. 

Peturn of President increasing the capital stock from 
1500,000.00 to $600,000.00. 

Filed April 8th, 1912. 

Southern Motors Company. 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 
Capital stock, $25,000.00. 
Filed May 25th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued June 24th, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed July 8th, 1911. 

Southern Monument Company, The 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 
Capital stock, $25,000.00. 
Filed June 17th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued July 20th, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed July 27th, 1911. 

Southern Pecan & Orchard Company. 

Principal place of business, Monticello, Fla. 
Capital stock, $50,000.00. 



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Filed December 26th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued January 31st, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed February 15th, 1912. 

Southern States Bag Company. 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 
Capital stock, $100,000.00. 
Filed November 24th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued December 23rd, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed January 13th, 1912. 

Southern States Business College of Pensacola. 

Principal place of business, Pensacola, Fla. 
Capital stock, $30,000.00. 
Filed May 30th, 1912. 
Letters patent issued June 27th, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed July 8th, 1912. 

Southern States Refining Company. 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 
Capital stock, $250,000.00. 
Filed March 18th, 1912. 
Letters patent issued April 19th, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed May 2nd, 1912. 

Southern Steel & Iron Works. 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 
Capital stock, $100,000.00. 



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Filed April 11th, 1912. 
Letters patent issued May 15th, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed July 1st, 1912. 

Southern Supply & Protective Association. 

Principal place of business, Tampa, Fla. 

Capital stock, $10,000.00. 

Filed September 1st, 1911. 

Letters patent issued October 3rd, 1911. 

Southern Transportation Company. 

Principal place of business, Apalachicola, Fla. 

Capital stock, $5,000.00. 

Filed May 12th, 1911. 

Letters patent issued June 13th, 1911. 

Southern States Securities and Realty Company. 

Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed April 17th, 1911. 

Southern Towing & Lighterage Company. 

Return of President increasing the capital stock from 
$10,000.00 to $30,000.00. 
Filed April 22nd, 1912. 

Southern Traffic Bureau. 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 

Capital stock $50,000.00. 

Filed October 11th, 1912. 

Letters patent issued November 22nd, 1912. 



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Southern Turpentine Company. 

Eeturn of the President increasing the capital stock 
from |100,000.00 to $200,000.00. 
Filed June 26th, 1912. 

South Florida Abstract Company. 

Principal place of business, Fort Myers, Fla. 

Capital stock, $10,000.00. 

Filed September 21st, 1911. 

Letters patent issued October 23rd, 1911. 

South Florida Engineering Company. 

Principal place of business, Sarasota, Fla. 

Capital stock, $25,000.00. 

Filed September 20th, 1911. 

Letters patent issued December 16th, 1911. 

South Florida Explosives Company. 

Principal place of business, Fort Meade, Fla. 
Capital stock, $6,000.00. 
Filed August 8th, 1912. 
Letters patent issued September 16th, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed September 30th, 1912. 

South Florida Realty and Investment Company, The 

Principal place of business, Fort Myers, Fla. 
Capital stock, $50,000.00. 
Filed January 21st, 1911. 
Letters patent issued February 25th, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed March 11th, 1911. 



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South Florida Title Company. 

Principal place of business, Bartow, Fla. 
Capital stock, |25,000.00. 
Filed November 18th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued December 16th, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed February 2nd, 1912. 

T. S. Southgate Company. 

Resolution changing name to "Harman Brothers Com- 
pany." 

Filed and letters patent issued February 20th, 1912. 

South Jacksonville Improvement Company. 

Principal place of business, South Jacksonville, Fla. 
Capital stock, $25,000.00. 
Filed August 2nd, 1911. 
Letters patent issued August 31st, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed September 13th, 1911. 

South Jacksonville Publishing Company. 

Principal place of business, South Jacksonville, Fla. 

Capital stock, $5,000.00. 

Filed June 3rd, 1912. 

Letters patent issued August 5th, 1912. 

Southland Cotton Farms Corporation. 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 

Capital stock, $600,000.00. 

Filed October 31st, 1912. 

Letters patent issued December 5th, 1912. 



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Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed December 13th, 1912. 

Spear Table & Crib Company. 

Principal place of business, Lakeland, Fla. 

Capital stock, $10,000.00. 

Filed May 12th, 1911. 

Letters patent issued June 14th, 1911. 

Sjrivey Naval Stores Company , The 

Principal place of business, Garniers, Fla. 
Capital stock, $5,000.00. 
Filed February 20th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued March 23rd, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of Hie capilal 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed April 12th, 1911. 

Springfield Ice Company, The 

Kesolution amending charter. 

Filed March 22nd, 1912. 

Letters patent issued May 1st, 1912. 

Springfield Heights Company. 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 
Capital stock, $100,000.00. 
Filed September 15th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued July 27th, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed September 14th, 1912. 

Spring Investment Company. 

Principal place of business, Tampa, Fla. 



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Capital stock, $10,000.00. 

Filed May 23rd, 1912. 

Letters patent issued June 28th, 1912. 

Spring Park Farms. 

Principal place of business, Tampa, Fla. 
Capital stock $25,000.00. 
Filed January 24th, 1912. 
Letters patent issued February 29th, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed March 9th, 1912. 

Stadler Realty Company. 

Principal place of business, Fort Myers, Fla. 

Capital stock, $250,000.00. 

Filed March 20th, 1912. 

Letters patent issued May 6th, 1912. 

Standard Grocery Company. 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 
Capital stock, $50,000.00. 
Filed July 8th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued August 5th, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed August 25th, 1911. 

Standard Lumber Company. 

Eesolution amending charter. 
Filed August 30th, 1911. 

Keturn of President decreasing the capital stock from 
12,500,000.00 to $740,000.00. 
Filed July 12th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued October 2nd, 1911. 

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Return of President increasing the capital stock from 
1740,000.00 to f 1,S00,000.00. 
Filed August 30th, 1911. 

Standard Specialty Company. 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 
Capital stock, $25,000.00. 
Filed February 25th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued March 28th, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed September 21st, 1911. 

Star Cleaning Company. 

Principal place of business, Tampa, Fla. 
Capital stock, |5,000.00. 
Filed July 5th, 1912. 

Letters patent issued September 10th, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed October 4th, 1912. 

Star Enterprises. 

Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed March Gth, 1911. 

Star Laundry & Dry Cleaning Company. 

Principal place of business, Pensacola, Fla. 
Capital stock, $1,200.00. 
Filed August 12th, 1912. 
Letters patent issued September 7th, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. . 
Filed September 23rd, 1912. 



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State Bank of Apopka, The 

Principal place of business, Apopka, Fla. 

Capital stock $13,000.00. 

Filed December 20th, 1911. 

Letters patent issued January 24th, 1912. 

State Bank of Palatka. 

Principal place of business, Palatka, Fla. 

Capital stock, $30,000.00. 

Filed May 9th, 1912. 

Letters patent issued June 21st, 1912. 

State Casualty Company, The 

Principal place of business, Key West, Fla. 
Capital stock, $50,000.00. 
Filed March 3rd, 1911. 
Letters patent issued April 11th, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capita] 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed May 9th, 1911. 

Stearnes Lumoer and Export Company. 

Principal place of business, Pensacola, Fla. 
Capital stock, $50,000.00. 
Filed March 23rd, 1911. 
Letters patent issued April 21th, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed May 5th, 1911. 
Resolution amending charter. 
Filed March 19th, 1912. 
Letters patent issued July 6th, 1912. 

Steivart Cotton Company. 

Principal place of business, Lake City, Fla. 



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Capital stock, $15,000.00. 
Filed May 4th, 1912. 
Letters patent issued June 5th, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed June 20th, 1912. 

Stillman Land Company. , 

Principal place of business, Pensacola, Fla. 
Capital stock, $20,000.00. 
Filed December 29th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued February 2nd, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed February 19th, 1912. 

Stranahan & Company. 

Return of President increasing the capital stock from 
$15,000.00 to $ 50,000.00. 

Filed July 24th, 1912. 

Resolution amending Article 2 of Charter. 

Filed July 24th, 1912. 

Resolution changing name to "The Oliver Brothers Com- 
pany." 

Filed October 11th, 1912. 

Letters patent issued November 1st, 1912. 

Streeter Fernandez Company. 

Principal place of business, Tampa, Fla. 
Capital stock, $50,000.00. 
Filed February 4th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued March 7th, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed March 18th, 1911. 



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Strueber Land & Improvement Company. 

Principal place of business, Orlando, Fla. 

Capital stock, f 10,000.00. 

Filed May 30th, 1912. 

Letters patent issued June 23rd, 1912. 

Sugar Loaf Land Company. 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 
Capital stock, f 50,000.00. 
Filed May 4th, 1912. 
Letters patent issued June 5th, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed. 
Filed June 13th, 1912. 

Sumner-May Hardware Company. 

Principal place of business, Tampa, Fla. 
Capital stock, |25,000.00. 
Filed February 15th, 1912. 
Letters patent issued March 21st, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed April 13th, 1912. 
Resolution amending charter. 
Filed April 13th, 1912. 
Letters patent issued May 15th, 1912. 

Sunshine City Land Company, The 

Principal place of business, St. Petersburg, Fla. 
Capital stock, |20,000.00. 
Filed February 24th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued April 3rd, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed April 20th, 1911. 



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Sunshine Fruits Company. 

Principal place of business, Cocoanut Grove, Fla. 
Capital stock, $25,000.00. 
Filed April 5th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued May 3rd, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed July 28th, 1911. 

Suwannee Development Company. 

, Principal place of business, Live Oak, Fla. 

Capital stock, $25,000.00. 

Filed July 19th, 1911. 

Letters patent issued August 22nd, 1911. 

Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 

Filed September 6th, 1911. 

Suwannee Furniture Company. 

Principal place of business, Live Oak, Fla. 
Capital stock, $10,000.00. 
Filed July 24th, 1912. 
Letters patent issued August 29th, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed August 31st, 1912. 

Suwannee Pine Company. 

Principal place of business, Live Oak, Fla. 
Capital stock, $10,000.00. 
Filed February 22nd, 1912. 
Letters patent issued March 25th, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed May 11th, 1912. 



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Swann & Holtsingcr Company. 

Affidavit of Treasurer that all of the capital stock has 
been subscribed and paid. 
Filed February 8th, 1911. 

St. Andrews Bay Farm & Fruit Company. 

Principal place of business, Panama City, Fla. 

Capital stock, $10,000.00. 

Filed June 22nd, 1912. 

Letters patent issued July 24th, 1912. 

St. Andrews Bay Light, Power & Traction Company. 

Principal place of business, Lynn Haven, Fla. 
Capital stock, $150,000.00. 
Filed May 11th, 1912. 
Letters patent issued June 20th, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed for and paid. 
Filed October 2nd, 1912. 

St. Andrews Provision Company. 

Principal place of business, St. Andrews, Fla. 

Capital stock, $10,000.00. 

Filed June 27th, 1911. 

Letters patent issued August 4th, 1911. 

Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 

Filed August 23rd, 1911. 

Resolution changing name to "St. Andrews Bay Pro- 
vision Company." 

Filed February 24th, 1912. 

St. George's Island Company. 

Resolution changing name to "The St. George's Island 
Company." 
Filed and letters patent issued December 6th, 1911. 



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St. Johns Abstract & Title Company. 

Principal place of business, St. Augustine, Fla. 
Capital stock, $5,000.00. 
Filed February 5th, 1912. 
Letters patent issued March 5th, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed April 20th, 1912. 

St. Johns County Abstract Company. 

Principal place of business, St. Augustine, Fla. 

Capital stock, $15,000.00. 

Filed August 31st, 1912. 

Letters patent issued October 1st, 1912. 

St. Johns Electric Company. 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 
Capital stock, $350,000.00. 
Filed October 30th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued November 28th, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed December 9th, 1911. 

St. Johns Insurance Company. 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 
Capital stock, $100,000.00. 
Filed February 1st, 1912. 
Letters patent issued February 29th, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed March 8th, 1912. 



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St. Johns River Fish & Oyster Company. 

Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed March 10th, 1911. 

St. Johns Timber & Realty Company. 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 
Capital stock, $5,000.00. 
Filed November 7th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued December 6th, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has ben subscribed and paid. 
Filed January 24th, 1912. 

St. Lucie Drug Company. 

Principal place of business, Fort Pierce, Fla. 
Capital stock, $10,000.00. 
Filed May 9th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued July 3rd, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed July 19th, 1911. 

St. Lucie Investment Company. 

Principal place of business, Fort Pierce, Fla. 
Capital stock, $10,000.00. 
Filed April 14th, 1910. 
Letters patent issued August 3rd, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed August 28th, 1911. 

St. Petersburg Land & Loan Company, The 

Principal place of business, St. Petersburg, Fla. 
■ Capital stock, $20,000.00. 



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Filed January 17th, 1911. 

Letters patent issued February 15th, 1911. 

St. Petersburg Novelty Company. 

Principal place of business, St. Petersburg, Fla. 

Capital stock, $100,000.00. 

Filed April 14th, 1911. 

Letters patent issued May 13th, 1911. 

St. Petersburg & Pinellas Investment Company. 

Principal place of business, St. Petersburg, Fla. 
Capital stock, $1,000,000.00. 
Filed July 13th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued August 16th, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed August 23rd, 1911. 

Tallahassee Land Company, The 

Principal place of business, Tallahassee, Fla. 
Capital stock, $500,000.00. 
Filed February 19th, 1912. 
Letters patent issued April 5th, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed May 31st, 1912. 

Tampa Advertising & Bill Posting Company. 

Principal place of business, Tampa, Fla. 
Capital stock, $5,000.00. 
Filed July 1st, 1911. 
Letters patent issued August 7th, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed September 22nd, 1911. 



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Tampa Bay Amusement Company. 

Principal place of business, Tampa, Fla. 
Capital stock, $5,000.00. 
Filed March 29th, 1912. 
Letters patent issued July 18th, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed August 12th, 1912. 

Tampa Bay Apartment Hotel Company. 

Principal place of business, Tampa, Fla. 
Capital stock, $25,000.00. 
Filed October 11th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued November 10th, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed November 18th, 1911. 

Tampa Brush & Specialty Company. 

Principal place of business, Tampa, Fla. 
Capital stock, $15,000.00. 
Filed July 31st, 1911. 
Letters patent issued August 31st, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed January 11th, 1912. 

Tampa Candy Company, The 

Principal place of business, Tampa, Fla. 
Capital stock, $10,000.00. 
Filed January 3rd, 1911. 
Letters patent issued February 6th, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed March 18th, 1911. 



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Tampa-Cuba Cigar Company. 

Principal place of business, Tampa, Fla. 
Capital stock, $250,000.00. 
Filed August 7th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued September 28th, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed October 2nd, 1911. 

Tampa Dairy Company. 

Return of the President increasing the capital stock 
from $10,000.00 to $20,000.00. 
Filed June 10th, A. D. 1912. 

Tampa Electric Company. 

Return of the President increasing the capital stock 
from $1,700,000.00 to $1,870,000.00. 
Filed January 24th, 1912. 

Tampa Grocery & Produce Cojnpany. 

Principal place of business, Tampa, Fla. 
Capital stock, $10,000.00. 
Filed June 17th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued July 20th, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed November 28th, 1911. 

Tampa Lumber & Manufacturing Company. 

Principal place of business, Tampa, Fla. 

Capital stock, $20,000.00. 

Filed August 6th, 1912. 

Letters patent issued September 7th, 1912. 



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Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed September 19th, 1912. 

Tampa Printing Company. 

Principal place of business, Tampa, Fla. 

Capital stock, $10,000.00. 

Filed January 17th, 1911. 

Letters patent issued February 16th, 1911. 

Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 

Filed March 25th, 1911. 

Keturn of the President increasing the capital stock 
from $10,000.00 to $50,000.00. 

Filed July 25th, 1912. 

Tampa Sand & Shell Company. 

Principal place of business, Tampa, Fla. 
Capital stock, $30,000.00. 
Filed June 12th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued July 18th, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed September 11th, 1911. 

Tampa & St. Petersburg Land Company. 

Principal place of business, St. Petersburg, Fla. 

Capital stock, $30,000.00. 

Filed November 20th, 1912. 

Letters patent issued December 28th, 1912. 

Tampa Tile & Ornamental Company, The 

Principal place of business, Tampa, Fla. 

Capital stock, $20,000.00. 

Filed November 8th, 1912. 

Letters patent issued December 10th, 1912. 



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Tampa Window Cleaning Company. 

Principal place of business, Tampa, Fla. 
Capital stock, $3,000.00. 
Filed January 27th, 1912. 
Letters patent issued February 24th, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed March 4th, 1912. 

F. G. Tarbell Company, The 

Principal place of business, Miami, Fla. 
Capital stock, $10,000.00. 
Filed April 29th, 1912. 
Letters patent issued May 29th, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed June 3rd, 1912. 

"The Tarpon Club." 

Principal place of business, Miami, Fla. 
Capital stock, $15,000.00. 
Filed March 18th, 1912. 
Letters patent issued June 3rd, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed June Gth, 1912. 

Tarpon Springs Grocery Company. 

Principal place of business, Tarpon Springs, Fla. 
Capital stock, $5,000.00. 
Filed October 27th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued November 27th, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed January 9th, 1912. 



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Tarpon Springs Hotel Company. 

Principal place of business, Tarpon Springs, Fla 

Capital stock, $50,000.00. 

Filed October 27th, 1911. 

Letters patent issued November 27th, 1911. 

Tarpon Springs Sponge Exchange. 

Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed February 2nd, 1911. 

R. H. Tarr Company, The 

Resolution changing name to "Tarr-Martin Company.'" 

Filed September 2nd, 1912. 

Letters patent issued September 2nd, 1912. 

Tavares Improvement Company. 

Principal place of business, Tavares, Fla. 
Capital stock, $ 18,000.00. 
Filed February 10th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued July 8th, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed July 29th, 1911. 

Taylor & Company. 

Principal place of business, Key West, Fla. 

Capital stock, $10,000.00. 

Filed May 4th, 1 D 12. 

Letters patent issued June 12th, 1912. 

Taylor Nursery Baby Bed Company. 

Return of the President increasing the capital stock 
from $70,000.00 to $100,000.00. 
Filed August 19th, 1911. 



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Terra Ceia Citrus Groivers' Association. 

Principal place of business, Terra Ceia, Fla. 

Capital stock — None. 

Filed May 3rd, 1912. 

Letters patent issued July 16th, 1912. 

Thomas & Bentley Hardware Company. 

Principal place of business, Tampa, Fla. 
Filed February 7th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued March 9th, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed March 25th, 1911. 

Thomas Land Company. 

Principal place of business, Tampa, Fla. 
Capital stock, $25,000.00. 
Filed March 29th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued April 29th, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed May 11th, 1911. 

E. H. Thompson Company. 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 
Capital stock, fl5,000.00. 
Filed March 30th, 1912. 
Letters patent issued May 8th, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed May 18th, 1912. 

Thousand Island Club. 

Return of the President increasing the capital stock 
from |12,000.00 to $20,000.00. 
Filed January 3rd, 1912. 



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Times Publishing Company. 

Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 

Filed September 2nd, 1912. 

Return of the President increasing the capital stock 
from $5,000.00 to f 15,000.00. 

Filed September 9th, 1912. 

Titusville Fruit & Farm Land Company. 

Principal place of business, Titusville, Fla. 
Capital stock, $300,000.00. 
Filed August 10th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued September 13th, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed September 28th, 1911. 

Tomlinson-Key Floral Company. 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 

Capital stock, $10,000.00. 

Filed October 9th, 1911. 

Letters patent issued November 13th, 1911. 

Tomlinson-Maines Drug Company. 

Principal place of business. Lake Butler, Fla. 
Capital stock, $5,000.00. 
Filed December 17th, 1910. 
Letters patent issued January 17th, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed January 23rd, 1911. 

Towers Hardware Company. 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 
Capital stock, $50,000.00. 

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Filed November 27th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued December 26th, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed May 29th, 1912. 

Towles Steamship Company. 

Principal place of business, Fort Myers, Fla. 

Capital stock, $50,000.00. 

Filed August 26th, 1912. 

Letters patent issued September 30th, 1912. 

Trenton Electric Light Company. 

Principal place of business, Trenton, Fla. 
Capital stock, $10,000.00. 
Filed May 26th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued June 30th, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed July 14th, 1911. 

Trenton Naval Stores Company. 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 
Capital stock, $50,000.00. 
Filed August 24th, 1912. 

Letters patent issued September 24th, 1911'. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed October 15th, 1912 

Tri-Color Photo Engraving Company. 

Principal place of business, Tampa, Fla. 

Capital stock, $5,000.00. 

Filed January 26th, 1912. 

Letters patent issued February 26tli, 1!H2. 



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Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed February 29th, 1912. 

Trilby Citrus Growers' Association. 

Principal place of business, Trilby, Fia. 

Capital stock — None. 

Filed October 12th, 1912. 

Letters patent issued November 29th, 1912. 

Tropical Steamship Company. 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 
Capital stock, $50,000.00. 
Filed December 30th, 1910. 
Letters patent issued February 6th, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed February 24th, 1911. 

Truckers' Manufacturing Company. 

Principal place of business, Williston, Fla. 
Capital stock, $10,000.00. 
Filed August 9th, 1912. 
Letters patent issued September 16th, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed October 19th, 1912. 

Turner-8 co field Company. 

Principal place of business, Inverness, Fla. 

Capital stock, $10,000.00. 

Filed November 22nd, 1912. 

Letters patent issued December 26th, 1912. 



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Ullendorff (P.) Company. 

Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of Uie capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed August 2nd, 1911. 

Uhner Machinery Company. 

Principal place of business, Tampa, Fla. 
Capital stock, $15,000.00. 
Filed January 28th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued March 1st, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed June 12th, 1911. 

Ulmer Shoe Company, The 

Principal place of business, Monticello, Fla. 

Capital stock, $5,000.00. 

Filed July 11th, 1912. 

Letters patent issued August 13th, 1912. 

Union Cypress Company. 

Principal place of business, Melbourne, Fla. 
Capital stock, $40,000.00. 
Filed October 28th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued December 4th, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed December 11th, 1911. 

Union Investment Company of Jacksonville, Florida. 

Return of President increasing the capital stock from 
$5,000.00 to $25,000.00. 
Filed April 15th, 1911. 



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Union Lumoer Company, The 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 
Capital stock, $200,000.00. 
Filed June 7th, 1912. 
Letters patent issued July 13th, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed July 31st, 1912. 

Union Mutual Aid Association of America. 

Eesolution changing name to "Union Mutual Insurance 
Company." 
Filed and letters patent issued December 13th, 1911. 

Union Terminal Company. 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 
Capital stock, $750,000.00. 
Filed August 17th, 1912. 
Letters patent issued September 21st, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed October 12th, 1912. 

Union Trust Company. 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 
Capital stock, $200,000.00. 
Filed December 20th, 1910. 
Letters patent issued January 21st, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed February 24th, 1911. 

United Amusement Company, The 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 
Capital stock, $25,000.00. 



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Filed March 2nd, 1912. 
Letters patent issued May 1st, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed May 8th, 1912. 

United Divers Supply Company. 

Principal place of business, Tarpon Springs Fla. 
Capital stock, $50,000.00. 
Filed October 12th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued November 11th, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed November 20th, 1911. 

United 5c and 10c Stores. 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla 
Capital stock, $25,000.00. 
Filed April 20th, 1912. 
Letters patent issued May 22nd, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed June 1st, 1912. 

United Grocery Company. 

Return of the President increasing the capital stock 
from $200,000.00 to $500,000.00. 
Filed June 8th, 1912. 

United Land & Investment Company. 

Principal place of business, Kissimmee, Fla. 

Capital stock, $250,000.00. 

Filed September 8th, 1911. 

Letters patent issued October 9th, 1911. 



791 



Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed October 25th, 1911. 

United Realty Company. 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 

Capital stock, $30,000.00. 

Filed October 10th, 1912. 

Letters patent issued November 20th, 1912. 

United States Trust & Savings Bank. 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 

Capital stock, |50,000.00. 

Filed November 20th, 1912. 

Letters patent issued December 21st, 1912. 

United Supply Company. 

Principal place of business, Hawthorne, Fla. 
Capital stock, $18,000.00. 
Filed March 22nd, 1912. 
Letters patent issued April 17th, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been susbscribed and paid. 
Filed December 28, 1912. 

Upchurch Lumoer Company. 

Return of President increasing the capital stock from 
$550,000.00 to $850,000.00. 
Filed May 31st, 1911. 

Upson Rotary Motor Company. 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 

Capital stock, $150,000.00. 

Filed November 18th, 1910. 

Letters patent issued January 14th, 1911. 



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Urban Land Company. 

Principal place of business, Pensacola, Fla. 
Capital stock, $50,000.00. 
Filed May 16th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued June 24th, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed January 2nd, 1912. 

Urban Realty & Investment Company. 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 
Capital stock, $100,000.00. 
Filed August 3rd, 1912. 
Letters patent issued October 15th, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed November 1st, 1912. 

Utopia Cigar Company. 

Resolution changing name to "St. Petersburg Cigar 
Company." 

Filed and letters patent issued July 5th, 1911. 

B. C. Vanderlwrst IShoe Company. 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 

Capital stock, $5,000.00. 

Filed October 9th, 1912. 

Letters patent issued November 23rd, 1912. 

J. 8. Varn and Company. 

Principal place of business, Tampa, Fla. 

Capital stock, $25,000.00. 

Filed August 15th, 1912. 

Letters patent issued Nov. 15, 1912. 



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Vernon Cash Store. 



Principal place of business, Vernon, Fla. 
Capital stock, $10,000.00. 
Filed March 5th, 1912. 
Letters patent issued May 8th, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed May 13th, 1912. 

Vernon Land & Timber Company. 

Principal place of business, Vernon, Fla. 
Capital stock, $150,000.00. 
Filed December 11th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued March 8th ? 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed May 27th, 1912. 

P. Verplank & Company. 

Principal place of business, Tampa, Fla. 
Capital stock, $200,000.00. 
Filed July 11th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued August 15th, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed September 11th, 1911. 

Viking Fruit Company. 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 

Capital stock, $30,000.00. 

Filed November 10th, 1912. 

Letters patent issued December 17th, 1912. 

John G. Vincent k Company. 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 



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Capital stock, $25,000.00. 
Filed June 3rd, 1912. 
Letters patent issued July 17th, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed July 29th, 1912. 

Virginia Land Corporation. 

Principal place of business, Tavares, Fla. 
Capital stock, $10,000.00. 
Filed August 22nd, 1912. 
Letters patent issued September 25th, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed October 23rd, 1912. 

Volusia County Bridge Company. 

Principal place of business, Daytona, Fla. 
Capital stock, $100,000.00. 
Filed July 22nd, 1912. 

Letters patent issued September 2nd, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed October 4th, 1912. 

Wall Realty & Investment Company. 

Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed October 4th, 1912. 

Walter Waldin Investment Company. 

Principal place of business, Miami, Fla. 

Capital stock, $10,000.00. 

Filed April 30th, 1912. 

Letters patent issued June 19th, 1912. 



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Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed July 10th, 1912. 

War field Company. 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 

Capital stock, $50,000.00. 

Filed July 27th, 1912. 

Letters patent issued August 26th, 1912. 

Waring Mercantile Company. 

Principal place of business, Lakeland, Fla. 

Capital stock, $25,000.00. 

Filed June 5th, 1912. 

Letters patent issued July 6th, 1912. 

Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 

Filed July 11th, 1912. 

Eesolution changing name to "Model Hardware Com- 
pany." 

Filed and letters patent issued October 1st, 1912. 

Watson, Parker and Reese Company. 

Return of the President increasing the capital stock 
from $25,000.00 to $50,000.00. 
Filed April 16th, A. D. 1912. 

Wauchula Bank Building Association. 

Principal place of business, Wauchula, Fla. 
Capital stock, $10,000.00. 
Filed March 30th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued May 12th, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed May 20th, 1911. 



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Return of President increasing capital stock from $ 10,- 
000.00 to |20,000.00. 
Filed October 23rd, 1911. 

Waucliula Development Company. 

Principal place of business, Tampa, Fla. 
Capital stock, $300,000.00. 
Filed February 26th, 1912. 
Letters patent issued March 29th, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed April 22nd, 1912. 

Wanchula Land & Development Company. 

Principal place of business, Wauchula, Fla. 
Capital stock, |6,000.00. 
Filed December 27th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued February 5th, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed February 26th, 1912. 

Wausau Lumber Company. 

Principal place of business, Wausau, Fla. 

Capital stock, $25,000.00. 

Filed December 27th, 1910. 

Letters patent issued March 18th, 1911. 

Webster Tie Company. 

Principal place of business, Tavares, Fla. 

Capital stock, $5,000.00. 

Filed March 31st, 1911. 

Letters patent issued May 13th, 1911. 



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Weller Coal Company. 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 
Capital stock, $25,000.00. 
Filed January 10th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued February 9th, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed February 13th, 1911. 

Weller Hardware Company. The 

Resolution changing name to "The Pinellas Hardware 
Company." 

Filed May 24th, 1912. 

Letters patent issued May 24th, 1912. 

West Coast Auto Company. 

Principal place of business, Tampa, Fla. 
Capital stock, $25,000.00. 
Filed June 1st, 1912. 
Letters patent issued July 18th, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer " at ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribec nd paid. 
F*led November 18th, 1912. 

West Coast Telephone Company. 

Ketuvi) of President increasing capital stock from $10,- 
000.00 to $50,000.00. 
Filed Tune 3rd, 1912. 

West Florida Grocery Company. 

Principal place of business, Pensacola, Fla. 

Capital stock, $50,000.00. 

Filed February 2nd, 1912. 

Letters patent issued March 11th, 1912. 



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Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stoc'k has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed April 6th, 1912. 

West Florida Land Agency. 

Principal place of business, Pensacola, Fla. 

Capital stock, $2,500.00. 

Filed Oct. 2nd, 1912. 

Letters patent issued November 7th, 1912. 

West Florida Naval Stores Company, Tlie 

Principal place of business, Pensacola, Fla. 
Capital stock, $250,000.00. 
Filed September 1st, 1911. 
Letters patent issued September 30th, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed October 5th, 1911. 

West Florida Paint Company. 

Principal place of bushiest anama City, Fla. 

Capital stock, $5,000.00. 

Filed September 4th, 1912. 

Letters patent issued October 24th, 1912. 

West Investment Company. 

Resolution changing name to "Milton Realty Com- 
pany." 

Filed and letters patent issued January 28th, 1911. 

Westmoreland Company. 

Principal place of business, Miami. Fla. 

Capital stock, $50,000.00. 

Filed Mav 5th, 1911. 

Letters patent issued June 21st, 1911. 



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Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed August 1st, 1911. 

West Palm Beach Development Company. 

Principal place of business, West Palm Beach, Fla. 
Capital stock, $50,000.00. 
Filed March 27th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued May 3rd, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed June 8th, 1911. 

West Pensacola Land Company. 

Eeturn of President increasing the capital stock from 
$30,000.00 to $300,000.00. 
Filed February 14th, 1911. 
Resolution amending charter. 
Filed November 13th, 1912. 
Letters patent issued December 17th, 1912. 

West Palm Beach Baseball Company. 

Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed January 5th, 1912. 

West Palm Beach Telephone Company. 

Resolution amending charter. 

Filed March 16th, 1911. 

Letters patent issued April 13th, 1911. 

West View Cemetery Association. 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 
Capital stock, $50,000.00. 



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Filed October 30th, 1912. 

Letters patent issued November 29th, 1912. 

Wheeler Mercantile Company. 

Principal place of business, Fort Lauderdale, Fla. 
Capital stock, $50,000.00. 
Filed April 14th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued May 17th, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed ancl paid. 
Filed March 9th, 1912. 

White Springs Water Light and Power Company. 

Principal place of business, White Springs, Fla. 

Capital stock, $5,000.00. 

Filed March 18th, 1912. 

Letters patent issued April 18th, 1912. 

Whittle Mill & Lumber Company. 

Principal place of business, Tampa, Fla. 

Capital stock, $20,000.00. 

Filed May 12th, 1911. 

Letters patent issued August 7th. 1911. 

Wideman Agency Company. 

Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed November 3rd, 1911. 

Copy decree ordering dissolution of the "Wildwood 
Park Company of St. Augustine." 
Filed March 18th, A. D. 1912. 

Williams-Davis Realty Company. 

Principal place of business, Tampa, Fla. 
Capital stock, $25,000.00. 



801 



Filed April 2Gth, 1912. 
Letters patent issued July 15th, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed August 20th, 1912. 

J. P. Williams Land Company, The 

Principal place of business, Tallahassee, Fla. 

Capital stock, $25,000.00. 

Filed February 14th, 1911. 

Letters patent issued March 14th, 1911. 

Williams-McTyer Company. 

Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed July 28th, 1911. 

Williams Pharmacy, The 

Principal place of business, Tampa, Fla. 
Capital stock, $10,000.00. 
Filed September 20th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued October 25th, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed December 1st, 1911. 

Williamson Chemical Company. 

Principal place of business, Gainesville, Fla. 
Capital stock, $350,000.00. 
Filed October 19th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued November 25th, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed November 27th, 1911. 

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Williams-Upcharcli Company. 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 
Capital stock, $15,000.00. 
Filed January 6th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued February 7th, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed March 20th, 1911. 

Wilson-Chase Company. 

Resolution amending charter. 

Filed October 30th, 1912. 

Letters patent issued December 4th, 1912. 

Wilson Dry Goods Company. 

Affidavit of Treasurer that all of the capital stock ha» 
been subscribed and paid. 
Filed May 22nd, 1911. 

Wilson Lumber Company. 

Principal place of business, Santa Rosa, Fla 
Capital stock, $5,000.00. 
Filed April 12th, 1912. 
Letters patent issued June 6th, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed June 24th, 1912. 

Woodmar Sand and Stone Company. 

Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed July 31st, 1912. 

Wight Grocery Company. 
Principal place of business, Sanford, Fla. 



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Capital stock, $25,000.00. 
Filed May 13th, 1912. 
Letters patent issued June 12th, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed July 13th, 1912. 

Winfield & Elliott Packing Company. 

Principal place of business, Miami, Fla. 

Capital stock, $5,000.00. 

Filed July 12th, 1912. 

Letters patent issued September 10th, 1912. 

Winter Garden Light & Water Company. 

Principal place of business, Winter Garden, Fla. 
Capital stock, $20,000.00. 
Filed July 19th, 1912. 
Letters patent issued August 19th, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed August 27th, 1912. 

Withee-Pollard Company. 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 

Capital stock, $21,000.00. 

Filed November 23rd, 1910. 

Letters patent issued January 2nd, 1911. 

Withers Turpentine Company. 

Principal place of business, Pensacola, Fla. 
Capital stock, $60,000.00. 
Filed October 2Gth, 1912. 
Letters patent issued November 25th, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed December 9th, 1912. 



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C. B. Witt Company. 

Principal place of business, Tampa, Fla. 

Capital stock, $200,000.00. 

Filed July 27th, 1911. 

Letters patent issued September 4th, 1911. 

Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 

Filed October 23rd, 1911. 
« 
Woodmen of the World Investment Company. 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 
Capital stock, $50,000.00. 
Filed August 8th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued October 15th, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed April 6th, 1912. 

0. H. Wright & Company. 

Principal place of business, Jacksonville, Fla. 
Capital stock, $15,000.00. 
Filed May 12th, 1911. 
Letters patent issued June 15th, 1911. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed July 25th, 1911. 

Sam T. Young Company. 

Principal place of business, Miami, Fla. 
Capital stock, $25,000.00. 
Filed May 2nd, 1912. 
Letters patent issued June 7th, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid. 
Filed June 19th, 1912. 



805 

Younglove Clothing Company. 

Principal place of business, Gainesville, Fla. 

Capital stock, $10,000.00. 

Filed October 18th, 1912. 

Letters patent issued November 18th, 1912. 

IV. P. Yowell & Company. 

Principal place of business, Sanford, Fla. 
Capital stock, $50,000.00. 
Filed September 12th, 1912. 
Letters patent issued October 16th, 1912. 
Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has. been paid. 

Filed November 12th, 1912. 

C. W. Tearing Company. 

Return of President increasing the capital stock from 
$100,000.00 to $150,000.00. 
Filed July 9th, 1912. 

Zaring Realty Company. 

Resolution amending charter and increasing capital 
stock from $10,000.00 to $100,000.00. 
Filed November 13th, 1912. 
Letters patent issued December 16th, 1912. 

Zephyrhills Hotel Company. 

Principal place of business, Zephyrhills, Fla. 

Capital stock, $25,000.00. 

Filed March 13th, 1912. 

Letters patent issued April 16th, 1912. 



806 



Zona Glade Company, The 

Principal place of business, Dania, Fla. 
j Capital stock, $12,000.00. 
. Filed September 6th, 1911. 

Letters patent issued October 11th, 1911. 
i Affidavit of Treasurer that ten per cent of the capital 
stock has been subscribed and paid 

Filed October 17th, 1912. 



APPENDIX 



GOVERNOR AND CABINET, 1913-1917 



GOVERNOR, 

PAKK TRAMMELL. 



SECRETARY OP STATE, 

H. CLAY CRAWFORD. 



ATTORNEY GENERAL, 

T. F. WEST. 



COMPTROLLER, 

W. V. KNOTT. 



STATE TREASURER, 

J. C. LUNING. 



SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION. 

WM. N. SHEATS. 



COMMISSIONER OF AGRICULTURE, 

W. A. McRAE. 



COUNTY OFFICERS, 1913-1914 



ALACHUA. 

County Seat — Gainesville. 

County Judge — H. G. Mason. 

Sheriff — P. G. Ramsey. 

Clerk Circuit Court — S. H. Wienges. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — J. L. Kelley. 

County Surveyor — J. W. Patton. 

County Assessor of Taxes — J. Maxey Dell. 

Tax Collector— G. W. Miller. 

County Treasurer — Wni. J. Mattheus. 

Supervisor of Eegistration — John C. McGrew. 

County Commissioners. 

District No. 1— R. R. Doke, Alachua. 

District No. 2— J. E. Williams, Bell. 

District No. 3 — C. C. Pedrick, Gainesville. 

District No. 4 — C. J. Grace, Evanston. 

District No. 5 — Daniel Shaw, Hawthorn. 

County Board Public Instruction. 

District No. 1 — R. B. Weeks, Hawthorn. 
District No. 2— S.'M. Blitch, Trenton. 
District No. 3 — J. F. Futch, Alachua. 

Justices op the Peace. 

District No. 1— T. B. Tillis, Waldo. 
District No. 2— J. T. Stokes, LaCrosse. 



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District No. 3 — R. A. Caswell, Alachua. 

District No. 4 — John R. Thomas, Willeford. 

District No. 5 — T. J. Lindsey, Trenton. 

District No. 6 — Ira J. Carter, Newberry. 

District No. 10 — J. W. Smith, Micanopy. 

District No. 17— R. W. Small, Hague. 

District No. 20 — M. A. Bexley, High Springs. 

District No. 21— S. O. Barron, Bell. 

District No. 23— J. M. Everett, Trenton. 

District No. 25 — A. R. Elmore, Gainesville. 

Constables. 

District No. 2 — C. T. Cason, LaCrosse. 

District No. 3 — S. M. Richardson, Alachua. 

District No. 6 — S. G. Wynne, Newberry. 

District No. 10 — C. O. Robinson, Micanopy. 

District No. 21— J. S. White, Bell. 

District No. 25 — W. G. Robinson, Gainesville. 



BAKER. 

County Seat— Macclenny. 

County Judge — J. N. Milton. 

Sheriff— L. M. Dyal. 

Clerk Circuit Court— T. C. Carroll. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — W. A. Dopson. 

County Assessor of Taxes — A. J. Harvey. 

Tax Collector — S. M. Driggers. 

County Treasurer — I. D. Stone. 

Supervisor of Registration — M. T. Howell. 



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County Commissioners. 

District No. 1 — A. J. Dorman, Sanderson. 

District No. 2— W. S. Crews, Olustee. 

District No. 3 — J. B. Barnes, Macclenny. 

District No. 4 — J. G. Dowling, Taylor. 

District No. 5 — J. E. Burnsed, Macclenny. 

County Board Public Instruction. 

District No. 2 — W. L. Crawford, Sapp. 
District No. 3— L. L. Williams, Taylor. 

Justices of the Peace. 

District No. 3— C. C. Corbett, Macclenny. 
District No. 4— E. V. Taylor, Taylor. 

Constable. 

W. H. Shaw, Jr., Olustee. 



BEADFOED. 

County Seat — Starke. 

County Judge — Geo. A. Gardiner. 

Sheriff— S. B. Denmark. 

Clerk Circuit Court— W. T. Weeks. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — F. G. Schell. 

County Surveyor — H. E. Lagergren. 

County Assessor of Taxes — N. D. Wainright. 

Tax Collector — B. M. Dowling. 

County Treasurer — F. N. Andrews. 

Supervisor of Eegistration — E. C. Croft. 



District No. 
District No. 
District No. 
District No. 
District No. 



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County Commissioners. 

1— W. S. Croft, Lulu. 
2— C. A. Roberts, Lake Butler. 
3— S. T. Dowling, Raiford. 
4— W. A. Bessent, Starke. 
5 — E. H. Jones, Hampton. 



County Board Public Instruction. 

District No. 1— L. W. Kickliter, Starke. 
District No. 2— N. H. Stokes, Dukes. 
District No. 3 — H. B. Wiggins, Hampton. 

Justices of the Peace. 

District No. 5 — L. A. Brown, Brooker. 

District No. G— T. W. Sweat, Starke. 

District No. 7 — W. G. Seals, Hampton. 

District No. 9— W. T. Reaves, Dukes. 

Constables. 

District No. 1 — H. B. Bennett, Lawtey. 

District No. 2— G. P. Phillips, Lake Butler. 

District No. 5 — C. N. Shaw, Brooker. 

District No. G — Mallory Jones, Starke. 



BREVARD. 



County Seat — Titusville. 



County Judge — B. R. Wilson. 

Sheriff— J. P. Brown. 

Clerk Circuit Court— J. F. Mitchell. 



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Superintendent Public Instruction — Edwin E. Macy. 

County Surveyor — L. B. Paxton. 

County Assessor of Taxes — W. H. Hall. 

Tax Collector— P. H. Wright. 

Supervisor of Kegistration — T. Johnson Cockshutt. 

County Commissioners. 

District No. 1 — J. M. Osban, Titusville. 

District No. 2 — S. A. Osteen, Lotus. 

District No. 3 — Hiram Piatt, Melbourne. 

District No. 4 — John A. Fiske, Cocoa. 

District No. 5 — P. L. Kyzer, Nims. 

County Board Public Instruction. 

District No. 1 — A. T. Carter, Turnbull. 
District No. 2 — J. P. Cooper, Melbourne. 
District No. 3 — E. Svedelius, Valkaria. 

Justices op the Peace. 

District No. 3— W. H. Cresson, City Point. 

District No. 4 — G. N. Hendry, Cocoa. 

District No. 6 — Chas. T. McBride, Melbourne. 

District No. 8 — Henry B. Morse, Grant. 

District No. 9 — Geo. F. Ensey, Tropic. 

District No. 13 — Wm. C. Peterson, Canaverall. 



CALHOUN. 

County Seat — Blountstown. 

County Judge — H. V. McClellan. 
Sheriff— T. J. McKeown. 



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Clerk Circuit Court— S. B. Atkins. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — J. Flake Durham. 

County Surveyor — W. Martin. 

County Assessor of Taxes — E. L. Branch. 

Tax Collector — J. T. Grayson. 

County Treasurer — Thomas L. Coxwell. 

Supervisor of Registration — J. S. Parham. 

County Commissioners. 

District No. 1— W. W. Parish, Chipola. 

District No. 2 — J. T. Thomas, Henderson. 

District No. 3 — M. C. Pippin, Chason. 

District No. 4 — C. L. Land, Buckhorn. 

District No. 5 — J. F. Roberts, Wetappo. 

County Board Public Instruction. 

District No. 1 — J. W. Richards, Alliance. 
District No. 2 — J. D. Parish, Blountstown. 
District No. 3 — Levi Daniels, Early. 

Justices op the Peace. 

District No. 2— A. A. Allen, Altha. 

District No. 3 — J. A. Robinson, Willis. 

District No. 4 — J. B. Cumbie, Scotts Ferry. 

District No. 5 — E. M. Pridgeon, Wewahitchka. 

District No. 6 — W. L. Pridgeon, Bellisle. 

District No. 7 — L. R. Moses, Early. 

Constables. 



District No. 2—0. B. Barton, Altha. 
District No. 6— P. H. Dickens, Bellisle. 



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CITEUS. 

County Seat — Inverness. 

County Judge — Geo. W. de Muro. 

Sheriff— Geo. E. Carter. 

Clerk Circuit Court — Walter F. Warnock. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — E. L. Turner. 

County Surveyor — John E. King. 

County Assessor of Taxes — Geo. J. Boswell. 

Tax Collector— C. E. Allen. 

County Treasurer — F. M. Dampier. 

Supervisor of Eegistration — W. J. Moon. 

County Commissioners. 

District No. 1 — D. J. Turner, Crystal Eiver. 

District No. 2 — J. J. Williams, Homosassa. 

District No. 3 — Jas. F. McCullough, Holder. 

District No. 4 — J. A. Hampton, Floral City. 

District No. 5 — O. V. Edwards, Inverness. 

County Board Public Instruction. 

District No. 1 — J. K. Kelly, Inverness. 
District No. 2 — J. B. Winn, Crystal Eiver. 
District No. 3— M. F. Dick, Floral City. 

Justices op the Peace. 

District No. 4 — Geo. T. Nelson, Floral City. 
District No. 5 — E. B. Croft, Hernando. 

Constables. 



District No. 4— J. E. Books, Floral City. 
District No. 5 — J. M. Colley, Hernando. 
District No. 7 — David L. Greer, Holder. 



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CLAY. 

County Seat — Green Cove Springs. 

County Judge — G. W. Geiger. 

Sheriff — Theodore S. Cherry. 

Clerk Circuit Court— M. W. Griffis. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — William H. Biggs. 

County Surveyor — W. R. Brooker. 

( Vanity Assessor of Taxes — W. O. Geiger. 

Tax Collector — Arch J. Murrhee. 

County Treasurer — P. J. Canova. 

Supervisor of Registration — W. W. Carter. 

County Commissioners. 

District No. 1 — D. W. Glisson, Green Cove Springs. 

District No. 2 — Donald Dunham, Peoria. 

District No. 3 — J. B. Moore, Middleburg. 

District No. 4 — H. R. Alderman, Lake Geneva. 

District No. 5 — L. F. Thomas, Belmore. 

County Board Public Instruction. 

District No. 1 — J. B. Rivers, Green Cove Springs. 
District No. 2 — Joe Johns, Rideout. 
District No. 3 — W. T. Wilson, Belmore. 

Justices op the Peace. 



District No. 1 — J. R. Eddy, Green Cove Springs. 

District No. 2 — Joseph A. Whitlow, Orange Park. 

District No. 3 — Geo. R. Frisbee, Sr., Middleburg. 

District No. 4 — William F. Grand, Highland. 



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Constables. 

District No. 1 — F. B. Dyson, Green Cove Springs. 
District No. 4 — B. W. Wilkinson, Highland. 
District No. 9 — A. J. Herbert, West Tocoi. 
District No. 11 — H. Alderman, Lake Geneva. 



COLUMBIA. 



County Seat — Lake City. 

County Judge — Washington M. Ives. 

Sheriff— J. W. Perry. 

Clerk Circuit Court — J. L. Markkain. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — J. W. Burns. 

County Surveyor — Arthur S. Miller. 

County Assessor of Taxes — A. B. Brown. 

Tax Collector— W. M. Dowling. 

County Treasurer — James K. Lites. 

Supervisor of Begistration — Donald Tompkins. 

County Commissioners. 

District No. 1— S. S. Keen, Lake City. 

District No. 2 — William Kinard, Fort White. 

District No. 3— M. T. Farnell, Fort White. 

District No. 4— R. W. Turner, Lake City. 

District No. 5 — Thomas H. Owens, Lake City. 

County Board Public Instruction. 



District No. 1 — N. B. Raulerson, Lake City, 
District No. 2— W. W. Tolbert, Columbia. 
District No. 3— S. L. Berry, Lake City. 



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Justices op the Peace. 

District No. 4— W. H. Havird, Lake City. 
District No. 5— H. E. Rhoden, Lake City. 
District No. 7— J. F. Whetstone, Fort White. 
District No. 8— D. M. Feagle, Lake City. 
District No. 10— W. J. Edwards, Lake City. 
District No. 11 — G. G. Hodges, Watertown. 



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Constables. 



District No. 4 — J. C. Milling, White Springs. 
District No. 6— William C. Knight, Fort White. 
District No. 8 — A. A. Hodges, Lake City. 
District No. 10— W. H. Brown, Lake City. 



DADE. 

County Seat — Miami. 

County Judge — Kedmond B. Gautier. 

Sheriff— Dan Hardie. 

Clerk Circuit Court— Z. T. Merritt. 

Clerk Criminal Court Kecord — B. J. Shepard. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — K. E. Hall. 

County Surveyor — Hobart Crabtree. 

County Assessor of Taxes — J. F. Jaudon. 

Tax Collector — R. B. McLendon. 

County Treasurer — Henry H. Filer. 

Supervisor of Registration — Athos T. LaSalle. 

County Commissioners. 

District No. 1 — Frank A. Bryan, Fort Lauderdale. 
District No. 2— James G. Truitt. Fulford. 



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District No. 3 — S. A. Belcher, Miami. 
District No. 4 — J. J. Hinson, Larkin. 
District No. 5 — W. J. Tweedell, Homestead. 

County Board Public Instruction. 

District No. 1 — J. M. Holding, Dania. 
District No. 2 — A. Leiglit Monroe, Miami. 
District No. 3 — J. G. Crossland, Miami. 

Justices of the Peace. 

District No. 2 — W. S. Sands, Dania. 

District No. 3 — C. F. Youngs, Hallandale. 

District No. 4 — Isaac Paynter, Lemon City. 

District No. 5 — J. J. Combs, Miami. 

District No. 8— M. L. Williams, Detroit. 

Constables. 

District No. 5— E. T. Hodge, Miami. 



DESOTO. 



County Seat — Arcadia. 



County Judge— W. D. Bell. 

Sheriff — J. Leslie Dishong. 

Clerk Circuit Court — A. L. Durrance. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — W. B. Hare. 

County Surveyor — James Carlton. 

County Assessor of Taxes — H. G. Murphy. 

Tax Collector — Cyril Baldwin. 

County Treasurer — Horace L. Carlton. 

Supervisor of Registration — S. T. Langford. 



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County Commissioners. 

District No. 1 — V. W. Surrency, Bowling Green. 

District No. 2 — John Hagan, Charlotte Harbor. 

District No. 3 — H. J. Downing, Fort Ogden. 

District No. 4 — W. G. Welles, Arcadia. 

District No. 5 — Joseph Crews, Zolfo. 

County Board Public Instruction. 

District No. 1 — S. B. Hagan, Wanchula. 
District No. 2— F. B. McClelland, Brownville. 
District No. 3— H. A. Ware, Fort Ogden. 

Justices of the Peace. 



District No. 

District No. 

District No. 

District No. 

District No. 

District No. 

District No. 



1- 
7- 
11- 
14- 
15- 
16- 

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-John T. Bush^ Wauchula. 

-S. F. J. Trabne, Punta Gorda. 

-Charles Mercer, Zolfo. 

-A. Winthrop Sargent, Avon Park. 

-J. W. Walston, Bowling Green. 

-J. L. Griffin, Gardner. 

-Charles H. Roberts, Ona. 



Constables. 

District No. 2 — Calvin Page, Wauchnla. 
District No. 22 — Naman S. McLeod, Ona. 



DUVAL. 

County Seat — Jacksonville. 



County Judge — Henry B. Philips. 
Sheriff— W. H. Dowling. 



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Clerk Circuit Court — Frank Brown. 

Clerk Criminal Court Eecord — E. C. Ingram. 

County Surveyor — A. F. Harley. 

County Assessor of Taxes — A. L. Turner. 

Tax Collector— John W. East. 

County Treasurer — Joseph E. Peacock. 

Supervisor of Registration — A. R. Doran. 

County Commissioners. 

District No. 1 — P. S. Bowen, Jacksonville. 
District No. 2 — E. D. Drysdale, Jacksonville. 
District No. 3 — Frank P. Williams, Jacksonville. 
District No. 4 — Wm. Burbridge, Jacksonville. 
District No. 5 — E. P. Holmes, Jacksonville. 

County Board Public Instruction. 

District No. 1 — J. C. Cooper, Jr., Jacksonville. 
District No. 2 — W. M. Stockton, Jacksonville. 
District No. 3 — Harrison Starratt, Jacksonville. 

Justices op the Peace. 

District No. 4 — John K. North, Jacksonville. 

District No. 5— J. M. Mier, Pablo Beach. 

District No. 6 — Thomas Hickling, Chaseville. 

District No. 7 — Benjamin Porter, South Jacksonville. 

District No. 9 — E. E. McDowell, Panama Park. 

District No. 11— E. E. Willard, Jacksonville. 

District No. 24— C. D. Abbott, Jacksonville. 

Constables. 

District No. 4 — J. T. Tracy, Jacksonville. 

District No. 7 — G. W. Franklin, South Jacksonville. 

District No. 9 — C. W. Arnold, Jacksonville. 



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District No. 10 — Frank Jones, Jacksonville. 
District No. 11 — Ben Jones, Jacksonville. 



ESCAMBIA. 

County Seat — Pensacola. 

County Judge — Henry Bellinger. 

Sheriff— A. Cary Ellis. 

Clerk Circuit Court — James Macgibbon. 

Clerk Criminal Court Becord — John L. Pinney. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — A. S. Edwards. 

County Surveyor — W. C. Beck. 

County Assessor of Taxes — W. W. Richards. 

Tax Collector— J. S. Roberts. 

County Treasurer — J. Ed. Williams. 

Supervisor of Registration — Frank Maura. 

County Commissioners. 

District No. 1 — M. P. Sheppard, Pensacola. 
District No. 2 — Wm. A. Dunham, Pensacola. 
District No. 3 — R. B. Saunders, Pensacola. 
District No. 4 — W. C. Barrineau, Cottage Hill. 
District No. 5 — J. D. McCurdy, Century. 

County Board Public Instruction. 

District No. 1 — D. J. Hayes, Pensacola. 
District No. 2 — F. E. Brawner, Pensacola. 
District No. 3— J. W. Crary, Bluff Springs. 



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Justices of the Peace. 

District No. 2 — Will J. Johnson, Pensacola. 
District No. 3— T. B. Beck, Cantonment. 
District No. 5 — J. M. Harrison, McDavid. 

Constables. 

District No. 2 — S. J. Jones, Pensacola. 
District No. 3 — L. Larson, Cantonment. 
District No. 5 — Allen W. Brewton, McDavid. 
District No. 6 — -W. M. Bowman, Century. 



FRANKLIN. 

County Seat — Apalachicola. 

County Judge — H. W. Johnston. 

Sheriff— A. B. Gibson. 

Cerk Circuit Court — B. H. Porter. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — A. A. Core. 

County Assessor of Taxes — Chas. H. Lovett. 

Tax Collector— C. W. Hinsey. 

County Treasurer — H. L. Oliver. 

Supervisor of Begistration — J. H. Turner. 

County Commissioners. 

District No. 1 — R, M. Yent, Apalachicola. 
District No. 2 — John H. Hoffman, Apalachicola. 
District No. 3 — A. J. Zingarelli, Apalachicola. 
District No. 4 — H. D. Marks, Apalachicola. 
District No. 5— T. E. Mash, Carrabelle. 



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County Board Public Instruction. 

District No. 1 — J. H. Cook, Apalachicola. 
District No. 2 — J. L. Robison, Carrabelle. 
District No. 3 — B. S. Cole, Apalachicola. 

Justices of the Peace. 

District No. 1 — W. M. Quinn, Apalachicola. 
District No. 2— C. T. Wathen, Carrabelle. 

Constables. 
District No. 1 — J. T. Witherspoon, Apalachicola. 



GADSDEN. 

County Seat — Quincy. 

County Judge — Paul S. Thomson, Quincy. 

Sheriff— G. Scott Gregory. 

Clerk Circuit Court — Frank F. Morgan. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — J. K. Key. 

County Assessor of Taxes — H. L. Shepard. 

Tax Collector— C. S. Curtis. 

County Treasurer — A. S. Woodberry. 

County Prosecuting Attorney — J. Baxter Campbell. 

Supervisor of Registration — M. F. Burghard. 

County Commissioners. 

District No. 1 — M. L. Hinson, Concord. 
District No. 2 — Wm. M. Corry, Quincy. 
District No. 3 — S. J. Fletcher, River Junction. 



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District No. 4 — J. E. Suber, Juniper. 
District No. 5 — A. L. Wilson, Quincy. 

County Board Public Instruction. 

District No. 1 — J. W. Hinson, Hinson. 
District No. 2 — E. C. Love, Quincy. 
District No. 3 — J. C. Inman, Greensboro. 

Justices of the Peace. 

District No. 3 — Donald Paterson, Concord. 
District No. 4 — Thomas Howell, Havana. 
District No. 5 — Edward C. Behrens, Havana. 
District No. 7 — D. H. Shepard, Juniper. 
District No. 9 — C. A. Gramling, River Junction. 
District No. 11 — G. W. Meares, Jr., Gretna. 
District No. 12 — O. P. Green, Greensboro. 
District No. 13 — B. W. Humphrey, Gretna. 

Constables. 

District No. 4 — M. E. McCorquodale, Havana. 
District No. 9 — J. B. Bush, River Junction. 



HAMILTON. 

County Seat — Jasper. 

County Judge — S. S. Sandford. 

Sheriff — A. F. Hancock. 

Clerk Circuit Court — M. P. Hunter. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — Joseph A. Jackson. 

County Assessor of Taxes — A. F. Green. 



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Tax Collector— S. J. Hewitt. 
County Treasurer — W. E. Frier. 
Supervisor of Eegistratiou — John S. Frink. 

County Commissioners. 

District No. 1 — P. H. Connell, Jennings. 
District No. 2— J. W. Lee, West Lake. 
District No. 3 — J. W. Hinton, Jasper. 
District No. 4 — O. K. Paxton, White Springs. 
District No. 5 — J. M. Bryan, Genoa. 

County Board Public Instruction. 

District No. 1— M. W. Bevels, Jennings. 

District No. 2— P. F. McCall, Jasper. 

District No. 3 — A. W. Cheshire, White Springs. 

Justices of the Peace. 

District No. 1 — J. C. Barnes, Jennings. 
District No. 2— M. A. McTeer, Jasper. 
District No. 3 — Arch Avriett, White Springs. 
District No. 5 — M. S. Hall, Marion. 
District No. 8 — G. W. Deinpsey, Jennings. 
District No. 9— W. M. Webb, Bakers Mill. 



HEBNANDO. 

County Seat — Brooksville. 

County Judge — G. V. Bamsey. 

Sheriff— W. E. Law. 

Clerk Circuit Court — M. H. Snow. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — W. A. Thaxton. 



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County Surveyor — John F. Hall. 
County Assessor of Taxes — A. B. Whelpley. 
Tax Collector — John C. Law. 
County Treasurer — H. C. Mickler. 
Supervisor of Registration — T. L. Sewell. 

County Commissioners. 

District No. 1 — J. W. Gay, Riverland. 

District No. 2— W. P. Tucker, Brooksville. 

District No. 3 — J. W. Johnson, Aripeka. 

District No. 4 — H. D. Evans, Brooksville. 

District No. 5—1. G. Harville, Trilby. 

County Board Public Instruction. 

District No. 1 — D. S. Cappleman, Brooksville. 
District No. 2 — J. D. Bradley, Ringgold. 
District No. 3 — Jerry Kilpatrick, Trilby. 

Justices of the Peace. 

District No. 1 — M. S. Slaughter, Brooksville. 

Constables. 

District No. 3 — J. R. Osborn, Aripeka. 
District No. 5 — Franklin Smith, Trilby. 



HILLSBOROUGH. 

CqulsrTY Seat — Tampa. 



County Judge — E. V. Whitaker. 
Sheriff— W. C. Spencer. 



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Clerk Circuit Court— W. P. Culbreath. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — Marshall Moore. 

County Surveyor — Geo. Fuclis. 

County Assessor of Taxes — S. E. Sparkman. 

Tax Collector — John L. Branch. 

County Treasurer — Alonzo J. White. 

Supervisor of ^Registration — C. J. Bravo. 

County Commissioners. 

District No. 1 — James M. Jackson, Tampa. 

District No. 2— P. H. Collins, Tampa. 

District No. 3 — J. L. Hackney, Tampa. 

District No. 4— D. E. Crum, Plant City. 

District No. 5 — W. B. Moody, Riverview. 

County Board Public Instruction. 

District No. 1 — B, W. Proctor, Keysville. 
District No. 2 — E. C. Miller, Tampa. 
District No. 3 — Win. Schneider, Plant City. 

Justices of the Peace. 



District No. 6- 

District No. 15- 

District No. 19- 

District No. 20- 

District No. 22- 

District No. 23- 

District No. 25- 

District No. 32- 



-Joe D. Hanna, Tampa. 
-I. M. Brandon, Brandon. 
-J. E. Cassels, Plant City. 
-Columbus L. Jackson, Tampa. 
-B. E. Davis, Port Tampa City. 
L. G. Denson, Gulf City. 
-J. J. Boyett, West Tampa. 
-Jose B. Fernandez, Ybor City. 



Constables. 



District No. 6 — L. W. Evans, Tampa. 

District No. 20 — James H. Stephens, Ybor City. 



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District No. 22— J. S. Walker, Port Tampa City. 
District No. 23— E. M. Seiner, Gulf City. 
District No. 25 — A. C. Logan, West Tampa. 
District No. 32- -Tony M. Chavez, Tampa. 



HOLMES. 

County Seat — Bonifay. 

County Judge — P. W. Tew. 

Sheriff— J. Z. Mays. 

Clerk Circuit Court — Ray Neel. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — T. J. McDade. 

County Surveyor — S. F. French. 

County Assessor of Taxes — J. B. Andrews. 

Tax Collector — J. W. Johnson. 

County Treasurer — J. W. Miller. 

Supervisor of Registration — W. H. Martin. 

County Commissioners. 

District No. 1— J. B. Hall, Ponce De Leon. 
District No. 2— T. R. McDonald, Dady. 
District No. 3 — H. I. Vaughn, Darlington. 
District No. 4 — S. B. Judah, Noma. 
District No. 5 — J. S. Andrews, Bonifay. 

County Board Public Instruction. 

District No. 1 — J. A. Smothers, Graceville. 
District No. 2 — A. A. Portee, Westville. 
District No. 3— W. S. Pagett, Dady. 

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Justices of the Peace. 

District No. 2 — Alfred Grainger, Westville. 
District No. 4— W. A. Grubbs, Jr., Black, Ala. 
District No. 7 — Geo. L. Tindell, Noma. 

Constables. 

District No. 2— D. S. Hood, Westville. 
District No. 4 — Wiley French, Black, Ala. 



JACKSON. 

County Seat — Marianna. 

County Judge — W. E. Williams. 

Sheriff— H. A. Bowles. 

Clerk Circuit Court — E. Bryan Erwin. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — C. B. King. 

County Surveyor — S. L. Daniel. 

County Assessor of Taxes — A. L. Gramling. 

Tax Collector— Hinton Folsom. 

County Treasurer — J. A. Smith. 

Supervisor of Begistration — B. Lawrence Bird. 

County Commissioners. 

District No. 1 — G. F. Williams, Jr., Graceville. 
District No. 2— G. H. Cartledge, Cottondale. 
District No. 3— John E. Cammon, Marianna. 
District No. 4 — W. J. Singletary, Grand Bidge. 
District No. 5 — Frank Peacock, Greenwood. 



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County Board Public Instruction. 

District No. 1 — J. B. Kegister, Graceville. 
District No. 2 — W. J. Johnson, Grand Bidge. 
District No. 3 — J. H. Ferguson, Bascom. 

Justices of the Peace. 



District No. 2- 

District No. 6- 

District No. 8- 

District No. 10- 

District No. 12- 

District No. 14- 

District No. 17- 

District No. 18- 

District No. 23- 



-J. A. Smith, Campbellton. 
-John D. Watson, Marianna. 
-John Edenfleld, Grand Bidge. 
-Lewis Taylor, Butler. 
-E. H. Knowles, Malone. 
-J. T. Whitaker, Graceville. 
-C. L. Calhoun, Cypress. 
-E. A. Grant, Bascom. 
-A. J. Key, Haywood. 



Constables. 



District No. 1- 

District No. 2- 

District No. 6- 

District No. 8- 

District No. 12- 

District No. 14- 

District No. 16- 



-B. N. Maloy, Butler. 
-D. W. McCrory, Campbellton. 
-J. H. O'Connor, Marianna. 
-W. M. Dudly, Grand Bidge. 
-J. A. Conrad, Malone. 
-Geo. W. Keith, Graceville. 
-S. P. Green, Sneads. 



JEFFEBSON. 

County Seat — Monticello. 



County Judge — S. D. Clarke. 

Sheriff— B. L. Kilpatrick. 

Clerk Circuit Court — J. M. Lamar. 



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Superintendent Public Instruction — S. H. Taylor. 

County Assessor of Taxes — John 1). Bailey. 

Tax Collector — Edwin W. Tucker. 

County Treasurer — J. K. West. 

Supervisor of Registration — Walker D. May. 

County Commissioners. 

District No. 1 — J. M. Kinsey, Aucilla. 

District No. 2 — T. I. Scurry, Monticello. 

District No. 3 — J. R. Hughes, Monticello. 

District No. 4 — Council Wooten, Waukeenah. 

District No. 5 — Isaac Story. Wacissa. 

County Board Public Instruction. 

District No. 1 — H. K. Miller, Monticello. 
District No. 2 — J. H. Hamilton, Aucilla. 
District No. 3 — J. B. Cromartie, Lloyds. 

Justices of the Peace. 



District No. 2- 

District No. 3- 

District No. 4- 

District No. 5- 

District No. 6- 

District No. 7- 

District No. 8- 

District No. 9- 

District No. 10- 

District No. 11- 

District No. 12- 



-J. C. Faglie, Dills. 

-C. S. Hatchett, Monticello. 

-Rufus H. Bentley, Metcalfe, Ga. 

-J. I). Thompson, Lloyds. 

-A. Edwards, Monticello. 

-S. A. Page, Drifton. 

-J. T. Ayers, Aucilla. 

-A. E. Stevens, Lamont. 

-H. I. Thomson, Waukeenah. 

-T. J. Baugh, Wacissa. 

-B. F. Lanier, Lamont. 



Constables. 



District No. 
District No. 



-R. W. Green, Monticello. 
D. F. Handlev, Metcalfe, Ga. 



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District No. 6 — A. J. Junius, Monticello. 
District No. 7— W. A. Stokely, Drifton. 
District No. 8 — J. A. Sparks, Aucilla. 
District No. 10 — R. L. Hightower, Waukeenah. 
District No. 11 — John Haines, Wacissa. 



LAFAYETTE. 

County Seat — Mayo. 

County Judges — John McCallum. 

Sheriff — J. D. Johnson. 

Clerk Circuit Court — Leslie E. Bryan. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — G. N. Trawick. 

County Assessor of Taxes — H. E. Hart. 

Tax Collector — S. R. Langston. 

County Treasurer — Theo. Williams. 

Supervisor of Registration — William Welch. 

County Commissioners. 

District No. 1 — J. J. Moses, Mayo. 

District No. 2 — Norman Pearson, Mayo. 

District No. 3— W. J. Hatch, Branford. 

District No. 4— W. H. Matthis, Mallory. 

District No. 5 — W. O. Cannon, Steinhatchee. 

County Board Public Instruction. 

District No. 1 — A. D. Townsend, Mayo. 
District No. 2 — D. W. McCalister, Downing. 



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Justices of the Peace, 

District No. 2—0. B. Dees, Mayo. 
District No. 3— C. A. Howell, Downing. 
District No. 5— William P. Chavous, Old Town. 

Constables. 

District No. 2 — Alex Land, Mayo. 
District No. 5 — J. S. Bodiford, Eugene. 



LAKE. 

County Seat — Tavares. 

County Judge — E. M. Talley. 

Sheriff— Thaddeus C. Smyth. 

Clerk Circuit Court — H. H. Duncan. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — Win. T. Kennedy. 

County Surveyor — John F. Lacey. 

County Assessor of Taxes — K. L. Nutt. 

Tax Collector — W. C. Long. 

County Treasurer — Geo. J. Dykes. 

Supervisor of Eegistration — H. J. Peter. 

County Commissioners. 

District No. 1 — J. F. McClendon, Leesburg. 

District No. 2— C. W. Woods, Groveland. 

District No. 3 — J. H. Compton, Clermont. 

District No. 4 — A. L. Russell, Eustis. 

District No. 5 — A. J. Hinson, Altoonn. 



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County Board Public Instruction. 

District No. 1 — Chas. H. Newell, Eustis. 
District No. 2 — L. M. Johnson, Leesburg. 
District No. 3 — W. C. Jones, Mascott. 

Justices op the Peace. 

District No. 5 — Walter Cooper, Sorrento. 
District No. 6 — L. A. Field, Eustis. 
District No. 7 — C. Z. Osborne, Umatilla. 
District No. 11 — C. M. Swain, Conant. 
District No. 12 — E. E. Morris, Okahumpka. 
District No. 14— J. B. Albert, Mascotte. 
District No. 22— D. A. Cook, Clermont. 
District Np. 23 — G. A. Free, Groveland. 

Constables. 

District No. 5 — B. C. Wilcox, Sorrento. 
District No. 6— A. M. DeWitt, Eustis. 



LEE. 



County Seat — Fort Myers. 



County Judge — Wm. L. Long. 

Sheriff — Frank B. Tippens. 

Clerk Circuit Court — H. A. Hendry. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — Joseph W. Sherrill. 

County Surveyor — L. A. Hampton. 

County Assessor of Taxes — O. Hunter Bryant. 

Tax Collector — Henry A. Blake. 

County Treasurer — Bobert A. Henderson. 

Supervisor of Kegistration — Bobert Lilly. 



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County Commissioners. 

District No. 1 — Walter S. Turner, Captiva. 
District No. 2 — W. H. Towles, Fort Myers. 
District No. 3— K. G. Collier, Estero. 
District No. 4 — Edward Parkinson, Alva. 
District No. 5 — Francis A. Hendry, LaBelle. 

County Board Public Instruction. 

District No. 1 — J. H. Johnson, Sanibeli 
District No. 2 — William J. Odom, Fort Myers. 
District No. 3— T. W. Dyches, Alva 

Justices of the Peace. 

District No. 1 — J. A. J. Pinholster, Denaud. 
District No. 2— William T. Dodd, Alva. 
District No. 4 — Peter A. Buhl, Fort Myers. 
District No. 7 — C. L. Olds, Marco. 
District No. 8 — W. L. Sams, Boca Grande. 
District No. 9 — Frank F. Bailey, Sanibel. 

District No. 10 — W. F. McCready, Estero. 

District No. 12— W. D. Fraser, LaBelle. 

District No. 19— J. A. Hord, St. James City. 

District No. 20— P. L. McAdow, Cayo Costo. 

Constables. 

District No. 7 — C. E. Johnson, Marco. 
District No. 10— Chas. H. Hunt, Estero. 
District No. 18 — John Barnhill, Boca Grande. 



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LEON. 

County Seat — Tallahassee. 

County Judge — B. A. Meginniss. 
Sheriff— J. P. S. Houstoun. 
Clerk Circuit Court— Henry T. Felkel. 
Superintendent Public Instruction — H. H. Isler. 
County Assessor of Taxes — William O. Ames. 
Tax Collector— W. A. DeMilly. 
County Treasurer — John E. Perkins. 
Supervisor of Registration — F. C. Coles. 

County Commissioners. 

District No. 1 — John A. Scruggs, Lloyd. 

District No. 2 — Miles H. Johnson, Sr., Tallahassee. 

District No. 3 — John C. Moore, Tallahassee. 

District No. 4 — William E. Gray, Tallahassee. 

District No. 5 — George W. Rhodes. Woodville. 

County Board Public Instruction. 

District No. 1 — John H. Patterson, Chaires. 
District No. 2— D. R. Cox, Tallahassee. 
District No. 3 — W. D. Atkinson, Tallahassee. 

Justices of the Peace. 



District No. 1 — W. H. Averitt, Miccosukie. 

District No. 2 — Sam L. Powell, Miccosukie. 

District No. 3 — W. C. Cromartie, Beachton, Ga. 

District No. 4 — James Holland, Ocklocknee. 

District No. 6— J. E. Whitehead, Tallahassee. 

District No. 7 — C. J. English, Chaires. 

District No. 8 — Thomas E. Andrews, Tallahassee 



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District No. 11— B. F. Page, Woodville. 

District No. 12 — Willie D. Brown, Wadesboro. 

Constables, 
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District No. 1 — C. L. Hines, Miccosukie. 

District No. 3 — J. E. Blair, Beachton, Ga. 

District No. 6 — Jack Blake, Tallahassee. 

District No. 7 — H. B. Chaires, Chaires. 

District No. 8 — Jack Gray, Tallahassee. 

District No. 11— S. P. Harris, Woodville. 

District No. 13— J. W. Dutton, Chaires. 



LEVY. 

County Seat — Bronson. 

County Judge — W. H. Anderson, Bronson. 

Sheriff— E. Walker. 

Clerk Circuit Court — A. P. Hardee. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — Thos. W. Price. 

County Surveyor — I. T. Fugate. 

County Assessor of Taxes — W. K. Coulter. 

Tax Collector — John L. Carter. 

County Treasurer — W. M. Sheppard. 

Supervisor of Registration — E. D. Bateman. 

County Commissioners. 

District No. 1 — Miles D. Dixon, Bronson. 

District No. 2— W. B. McElroy, Trenton. 

District No. 3—0. W. Berryhill, Otter Creek. 

District No. 4 — F. E. Wadley, Cedar Keys. 

District No. 5 — L. D. Abercrombie, Williston. 



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County Board Public Instruction. 

District No. 1 — A. D. Perryman, Janney. 
District No. 2 — John L. Williams, Ellzey. 
District No. 3— J. A. Hawkins, Williston. 

Justices of the Peace. 

District No. 1 — O. J. Farmer, Bronson. 
District No. 4 — J. J. Peacock, Cedar Keys. 
District No. 6 — O. E. Sneller, Montbrook. 
District No. 7 — William Harris, W r illiston. 

District No. 11 — A. J. Cone, Kaleigh. 

Constables. 

District No. 4 — J. E. Watson, Cedar Keys. 
District No. 7— D. B. Tyner, Williston. 
District No. 8 — A. B. Peterson, Morriston. 



LIBERTY. 

County Seat — Bristol. 

County Judge — Benjamin F. Owens. 

Sheriff — Jay L. Forehand. 

Clerk Circuit Court — Stephen L. Revell. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — J. E. Roberts. 

County Assessor of Taxes — J. A. Shuler. 

Tax Collector — G. Morgan Deason. 

County Treasurer— H. G. Hare. 

Supervisor of Registration — Moses E. Bracewell. 



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County Commissioners. 

District No. 1 — Noah Goodson, Rock Bluff. 

District No. 2— W. H. Walker, Bristol. 

District No. 3 — Wade H. Smith, Orange. 

District No. 4 — Frank Lowney, Hosford. 

District No. 5 — J. J. Evans, Evans. 

County Board Public Instruction. 

District No. 2— T. D. Sanders, Hosford. 
District No. 3 — Lewis G. Wilder, Orange. 

Justices of the Peace. 

District No. 1— A. N. Goodson, Bock Bluff. 

District No. 2 — R. H. Weaver, Bristol. 

District No. 3 — W. A. Lewis, Orange. 

District No. 4 — J. J. Weldon, Hosford. 

Constables. 

District No. 2— R, Dell Phillips, Bock Bluff. 
District No. 3 — John W. Summers, Orange. 



MADISON. 

County Seat — Madison. 



County Judge — J. R. Kelley. 

Sheriff— A. D. Stanton. 

Clerk Circuit Court— D. F. Burnett, Jr. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — G. W. Tedder. 

County Surveyor — C. T. Lewis. 

Countv Assessor of Taxes — Robert J. Paterson. 



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Tax Collector— S. J. Ellison. 
County Treasurer — Lucius S. Warren. 
Supervisor of Kegistration — John W. Vann. 

County Commissioners. 

District No. 1 — J. E. Hardee, Madison. 

District No. 2 — A. A. Withington, Pinetta. 

District No. 3 — J. P. Taylor, Greenville. 

District No. 4— B. C. Beams, Ebb. 

District No. 5— W. H. Phillips, Lee. 

County Board Public Instruction. 

District No. 1 — S. H. Sloan, Madison. 
District No. 2— W. N. Webb, Lee. 
District No. 3 — Z. M. McLeod, Greenville. 

Justices op the Peace. 

District No. 3 — G. B. Haven, Lee. 
District No. 5 — W. D. Griffin, Greenville. 
District No. 9 — A. D. Campbell, Lamont. 



MANATEE. 



County Seat — Bradentown. 



County Judge — H. S. Glazier. 

Sheriff— J. O. Gates. 

Clerk Circuit Court — Bobert H. Boesch. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — W. M. Bowlett. 

County Surveyor — A. A. Gullett. 

County Assessor of Taxes — H. S. Clark. 

Tax Collector — T. H. Easterling. 



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County Treasurer — Jesse J. Knight. 
Supervisor of Registration — J. W. Nettles, Jr. 
Prosecuting Attorney — J. L. Collier. 

County Commissioners. 

District No. 1 — J. T. Kersey, Parrish. 

District No. 2— E, F. Willis, Palmetto. 

District No. 3 — H. F. Tabor, Bradentown. 

District No. 4 — M. G. Rushton, Manatee. 

District No. 5 — G. W. Blackburn, Sarasota. 

County Board Public Instruction. 

District No. 1 — J. O. Brown, Palmetto. 
District No. 2 — Josiah Gates, Manatee. 
District No. 3— F. H. Tucker, Fruitville. 

Justices of the Peace. 

District No. 4 — W. F. Hancock, Miakka. 
District No. 6 — John A. Stewart, Bradentown. 
District No. 7 — Frank Redd, Sarasota. 
District No. 13 — John R. Jones, Anna Maria. 
District No. 14 — Claude T. Curry, Venice. 
District No. 15— R. O. Swindall, Palmetto. 

Constables. 

District No. 6 — E. Shiver, Bradentown. 
District No. 7 — William N. Rushing, Sarasota. 



MARION. 

County Seat — Ocala. 
County Judge — Wm. E. Smith, Ocala. 



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Sheriff — John P. Galloway. 

Clerk Circuit Court— P. H. Nugent. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — J. H. Brinson. 

County Surveyor — W. A. Moorhead. 

County Assessor of Taxes — Alfred Ayer. 

Tax Collector— W. L. Colbert. 

County Treasurer- — John M. Graham. 

Supervisor of Registration — D. M. Barco. 

County Commissioners. 

District No. 1 — C. Carmichael, Ocala. 

District No. 2— D. G. Watkins, Dunnellon. 

District No. 3 — Nathan Mayo, Summerfield. 

District No. 4 — W. T. Henderson, Lynne. 

District No. 5 — Walter Luffnian, Sparr. 

County Board Public Instruction. 

District No. 1— W. D. Cam, Ocala. 
District No. 2— B. R. Blitch, Blitchton. 
District No. 3— J. S. Grantham, Fort McCoy. 

Justices of the Peace. 



District No. 1— J. W. Lyles, Ocala. 
District No. 2— Z. A. McClaran, Reddick. 
District No. 4— C. R. A'eal, Cotton Plant. 
District No. 7 — H. W. Douglas, Ocala. 
District No. 16— A. J. Ellis, Citra. 
District No. 17— J. R. Wilder, Anthony. 
District No. 19 — Alexander Wynn, Eastlake. 
District No. 20 — Joseph Akin, Blitchton. 
District No. 21 — Wm. F. Abshier, Belleview. 
District No. 22 — J. O. Turnipseed, Mcintosh. 
District No. 24 — J. M. Barksdale, Dunnellon. 
District No. 26 — D. L. Grantham, Sparr. 
District No. 32 — James F. Bruton, Micanopy. 



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CONSTABLES. 


District 


No. 


1- 


-C. W. Smith, Ocala. 


District 


No. 


o_ 


-W. F. Pulliam, Eeddick. 


District 


No. 


4- 


-H. R. Roddenberry, Leroy 


District 


No. 


7- 


-M. J. Morrison, Calvary. 


District 


No. 


16- 


-Jas. L. Perry, Citra. 


District 


No. 


17- 


-T. J. Leitner, Anthony. 


District 


No. 


24- 


-C. L. Dean, Dunnellon. 


District 


No. 


31- 


-D. B. Mathews, Fairfield. 








MONROE. 



County Seat? — Key West. 

County Judge — Hugh Gunn. 

Sheriff — Clements Jaycocks. 

Clerk Circuit Court — Eugene W. Russell. 

Clerk Criminal Court of Record — D. Z. Filer. 

Superintendent Pu