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 Material Information
Title: Weekly industrial record
Portion of title: Industrial record
Physical Description: 19 v. : ill. ; 35 cm.
Language: English
Creator: Turpentine Operators' Association
Publisher: Industrial Record Co.
Place of Publication: Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: March 31, 1905
Publication Date: -1909
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Lumber trade -- Newspapers -- Southern States   ( lcsh )
Naval stores -- Newspapers -- Southern states   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
United States -- Georgia -- Chatham -- Savannah
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1900.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 19, no. 42 (Oct. 25, 1909).
Issuing Body: Official organ of the Turpentine Operators' Association.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 6, no. 1 (Jan. 3, 1903).
General Note: "Dedicated to the naval stores and lumber interests."
General Note: "The exponent of southern progress."
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
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System ID: UF00047910:00115
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NEW NAVAL STORES YEAR.
ODAY, MARCH 31, closes the fiscal Nav-
al Stores year of 1904-'05. The new
year, 1905-'06, begins tomorrow, April
1st Conditions are different at this time
from what they were a year ago. Operators
and factors have recently taken the one
step necessary to place them in control of
their products through every branch of in-
dustry and trade until they reach their con-
suming interests; and of all times when the
producing and factorage interests must stand
together that time is now. If all operators
will present a united front, as we believe
they wiN, the year 1905-06 willbe-ne of the
most prosperous in the history of the indus-
try. The operators have the situation in their
own hands, and the future is up to them.
This is the day of action. Let them remem-'
ber that the new Naval Stores Year


WILL BEGIN TOMORROW.


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Psidneat, W. C. POWELL; Vice-Presidents, who with the President, constitute the Diree~ary ud Board of MauMger, W. F. 00ACMmAE, B. B.UI
LAID, H. L. COVINGTON, H. McEACHERN, JOHN ILYOUNG, J. A. CRANFORD, D H. MeMILLAN, C. DOWN-
ING, J. R. 8AUNDERS, C. B. ROGERS; Auditor, JOHN HENDEBSON.


CONSOLIDATED

NAVAL STORES

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JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

SAVANNAH, GA.

PENSACOLA, FLA.,


NAVAL STORES FACTORS


Paid in Capital Stock, $2,500,000
Owned and Controlled by Practical Operators.
Small Amount of Stock Yet in Reserve
to Sell to Operators Who Can Arrange to Buy.


The Consolidated is Purely a Cooperative Company. Its
Interests are identical with those of the Producers. The
Patronage of Turpentine Operators everywhere Invited.
Plenty of Money and Plenty of Timber for Everybody.


YARDS AT JACKSONVILLE, SAVANNAH, FERNANDINA J


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The American Forestry AssoAtion's Work. Trade Condtoi Throughout the Cmntry,

The editor of The Beeor is in receipt of $25.00; life membership is $100, with no Dun's review of trade for the week fol- ed of April. The South esati to be the
the following letter from the American further dues. Any person contributing lows: moat csrvative seti d the country,
Foretry association, of which the Hon. $1,000 to the funds of the aociation shall Spring trade responds to seasonable although vidle d i -- t ha
James Wlm, U. B etary of Agricl- be a Patron. water, and shipments of merchandise ee visible f lat or tae hs
tar, isresida t. The objects of this as- I trust that you will give this matter have increased sorapidly that railwy fa- dwinled to inlurie whia a im he
itior are good sd if any reader of early and favorable consideration, and, cilities are severely taxed. At may points met, and this bli fr a Lbw is belida
The Beeord is hLtees to the paint of appreciating the object ad bMenta of there is complaint of ear ad motive pow- to be over for the pra .
be g member of the am the full the association, will signify your desire er shortage, and navigation on lakes and Strength is ms ia the Mi makt, es-
inforlmaitio i etaine in the letter re- to become a member upon the card here- rivers at the North has not opened up as peially for native staa n i-winter
feared to. with enclose. Very ptfully, promptly as business demands. The ens- salting, and sale leathr hbeapds Me
The Amerian forestry Assocition, H. M. sTBSeetary. temary damage from Soods has rendered are in limited supply. Heavy In s
P dent, H James W on, Address: many mills idle, and several minor events direct from i tbs have hdsd th
Secretary of Agriculture, P 0. Box 356 Washington, D. C. added to the number of unemployed, but tome of country hidek, ad receipts of for-
Wahington, D. C, March 24, 1906. these temporary adverse features are more ig skins are promptly absorbed at fan
Mr. J. A. Hollomon, Jaksonville, Fla.: than offset by the res tio of out-door figures. Lather i qui, tanners holing
Dear Sir-Your name has been. offered GORGIA INTIRSTATh SAWMILL AS- work, especially in bding operation for better pries thu most mautfar wm
as a member of this sodiation, with the SOCIATION M W&. and on the farms. Buyes are arriving in of footwear are willing to pay. A ttle
e m tha o would probly desire large numbers at primary markets, warm improvement i ated aat ote a in
s tyou w ab The March meeting of the Geo_ In- weather accelerting preparations for as- the West, bt t market is du.
membership if informed as to its objects. terstate Sawmill Association was eld in ter trade. Manufacturing activity cotia- Salemmn of New Engl and oetwuar mann-
I terfore beg to submit the following Jacksonville Tuesday and the matter of ues, the best news of the week coming facturers who arem in the West ha w-
s ttem t: ear equipment was the most important from. the iron and steel industry, where cred liberal initial fal orders, ess
The American Forestry Asociation was considered, new records are costantly established. on the whole comaring faorals with
organized in 188, and incorporated in Jan- The last session of the Florida egisla- Textile plants are also ireasingly busy, any preceding week thi year.
uary, l It now has nearly three thou- ture enacted a law providing that railroad but there is frequent complaint of mall shp ets are bat few duplite r-
ad amemhbrs, residents of every State in companies must eqip their ears with profits because of high costs of production, drs are being p e ad oan t
the Uno, ada and frein outri standards. The F ilroad Commis- particularly a to raw material ad labor. divisi wi a that
t has at all times been asive in promot- sion some time ago issued an order re- Railway eaing for the at two weeks atting will esm a n shoea ut
ing measles todig toward the proper qrng all railroad to comply with the of March were 7.9 per cent larger tsa the middle of nxt
Mtl i the fats and th pro- law last year, m ad foreign commr at this Bright rp speets have teed to
twon fro destruction by fires and
teu m debym The awmil association here discussed port for the last wek shows a gain of weaken the to of the whst markets
The obc of this ssoction are to pro- the question whether or not the sawmill $,077,012 in sports sad $175,8 in im- although th s situation i strong.
e obet omen should institute proceedings to collect ports, as compared with 10 Money During the rm nder of the od a
1. A ms- like and conservative use 1-50 from the railroad companies for each markets are a little irmer and prices of there is no prospect i bwd olaamsor-
d treat t of te fo t resources of car that the sawmill men have so equipped, securities somewhat weaker. Bak e- ini, receipts at primary mmrks p, -
tal tf t r s of as the railroad companies have not com- changes at New York were 6.9 per cet ing to decrease as farm work mmm
The uvr t of legislation tending plied with the law aad the order of the larger thn i the eorrrpodig week last g m Northwr M lr l s e me-
to Thi adboth in is atin ad the commission. year. and at other lading i ti the in summg wheat frely, but exports ae still
to this el, both i Uhe Stte an the m s crese was 16.6 per cent imigni lwt Winter whe Csnti
n of the United State, the in t was decided th e ills having Holders and makers of Irom ad steel are most proms ad hi pries
great of forest administration by membership in the association would at products appear to have secured control of certain to stimulate planting ofspri
Federal Goernent and by the once proceed a t the railroad m- the situation. It is no gr coide what Foreign eCp rprts aS fv
States; and the extension of sound for- panies to collect the cost of fitting the desirable to dday the placing of ca- the estimate of the Argentiem y el -
esry by all proper m o; cars with stamnurds. the at e tim pJI i X-
S M d a of knowed regarding Among thoa attending the mee tracts in expectation of better terms. in expectations R w
The io le 4t regd arding- Am g t at tedgo he meeting; the contrary, in many tee shapes it has for the wek at primary marta wow
the coservatiom, management and re- were H. H. ift, of Tfton, president; e8 b
nwl of forts, the proper utilitio C Harrell, of Tifton, sptary; J. B. become impossible to secure deliveries at 2,6,613 bushels, against u ihes
of their produs, mthbo of reforest- ad, of Demd, Fl.; wlam Stlwell specified dates, some mils having with- at ye, a experts from all Prs of the
of ir produ ho o sa rad ohlr F; = R drawn from the msrkt because United tAtse, 1r inludeSd ,were S S.
tas of waste ads ad the planting of and Arthur 8. Harris, of Bavannah; H. cover their entire output up to the end of bushel, compared with IJAUSd in -IN
res Goethe, of Summeld, Fi, rad IF. JH 'the year. Although boo conditions have sad 3IS,761 two yews ago. C-n pries
Th association desires and needs a H of 8at in, ra. been avoided thus far and eo_..,tivey del riv of sA bu
members all who ae interested in pomot- steady quottions prevail, it is poible lgely exceeding the MSA AM yemr
ing the objts fo which it is organied- Tallahasee, Fla., March 30.-The Flor- that in some departments of the industry while Atnic s oast exarts wers S ,-
all who reali the importaee of sing ida Railroad Commission held hearing urgent orders may soon go abroad. Two 44 buasels, against lA27I last yes
the natural resour of the outry in here Tuesday to consider proposed redue- special fetus have developed during the After a brief period of stra t e a-
suh aer as not to exhaust them, or tions in the rates on lumber between past week; a maximum movement of iron acted used heavy part gemm k '1-
to m ruin to other ineres In pr- points in Florida. This question came up ore was announced and the largest single peititm of a sgim.s. rt m ek
tilar it appeals to owners of wood-ds some time ago on a petitio of the Lm- contract on record for steel blet% was exeeding takoirtM l a m thad-
to lmbermna foresters, as wells to bermen's Association for an order of the placed. In addition, the recent record ed to ofst the afft oi si *ism
eses, pfaeS sa sad siaie me commission to require the railroads, es- breaking output of coke was further in- Lia it0ies a m a l ths
who have to do wh wood and it m peeally the aboard Air Tne Railway creased, and better train service made it far reported for cah m B to $,-
fold Im ad to p oms soaked in the and the Atlantic Coast LinRailroad Com- possible to establish a new high water 41,8, of whisc ALAW WMas
uer ti' of Wa*- p fr inge- pany, to rednee the rate on lumber from mark of weekly shipments frem Counell- fActring $5.79 6 iN tm~ L nd
tion or ther p lpos thet producing points to the ports, which ville. All these events point ummistka-r 330 in othe comu ravl Ihne. h
As the o for advaning the were in effect prior to January 16, this bly to a wholesome inaeease in aetivites this week numbered 25 in thp U ld
objects f the masocation are now better year. of the leading wr-uuf.atr industry, State, against M hlat year, and 1 is
than at any previous time, and as there mesd comadi Iaa2L
i a gater ubli demand r facts d The whole day was taken up in a dis- and a few unfavorable details may be ompred wih 1 a ymr
...el.usior about forestry d or forests, cushion of the rate question by the repre viewed with equanimity. In this comme-
the rMiMtia ought, more than ever, to sentatives of the railroads, who were op- tion the ore movement will be delayed for ]-m om A L "1
Sin pia to keep in taouh i pub- posing a reduction in the rates and by the Bome weeks, as lake navigation will not
li opi and to aid in eating ad representatives of the lumber mae who oen as early as expected, and the labor t the O iawa ubar C
directing t. For ti it is ne favored the reduetio situation is also somewhat unsettled..
ary for it to include it mbe p The lumbermen present were. Ho W. Textile fabrics on the whole are in Ocala, March 2-'-Th plant f the
r or itto ae iS n bip The mm en pr wr. H I tly better position. The predomit Ot klawh Lumber Cofmpany, at sier
leading a and woen i= every rmnn- S. West, of Valdosta, whno has lare molin ou infene a to c ods i he Sprigs, i a t lrt aw
ty, and'the bet results can only be oh- interests at Dallas, i this tte; Hn. sarity of m y lines ud he prospet and playing mil i the te, with ,-
tained if there is organition of effort. H. H. ift, who is president of a big mill that this condition will become aggravated 000 aes of tUmber land sea rl mds ml
The erian Forestry Asoiation ho at Alton, Fla.; F. E. Waymer, who repre- as the season progrew s. Buyers and it of railroad, ha been sold by e own s,
annual and special meetings at different seted a big mill t Otter Creek, F ; K increasingly dficult to secure satisfactory J- G. Daniels, of Georgia, and P. .
places in the country for the discussion R West, who owns aars mill at Wet deliveries, and note the growing inde- ter, of this ity, to Mr. F. C. Dean of
and exchan of ideas and to stimulate in- Lake, Fla.i; W. B. Stilwell, vice president vendenee with which sers view the sit- Minnesota, who repre ent a company
terest in its object. "Forestry and r- of the Interstate Sawmill Association; Mr. nation. Although realizing the possbilities capitalists of that State- The puesi .
rigtio," the magnaum of authority in its O'Hara, of Palatka, and E. C. Harrell, see- of delay. purchasers continue to operate price was in the neighborhood of 6106,1
special leld, is the official organ of the rotary of the Interstatel Sawmill Associa-cnrvatively. Were it nomt for the fact
association, and is set free to every mem- tim. Messrs. W. S. West, Tift, 8tilwell that ,ain trade with the retailer opened Mr.. U. C. Dmrham, of Orlada, was hens
her monthly. Its list of contributors in- and Warmer made extended arguments in very slowlv, it is problem that jobbers this week.
edes practically all persons prominent favor of the sewmill men's side of the con- wo be less iclind to limit purhass
in forest work in the United states mak- troversy. imm less inclined to limit purchasesarly Mr. p
tag it alone worth the cet of annual mem- The commission has taken the question in the season is tending to make subew eli, Bullard & Company, of O(db, (s., azl
bership in the aseociation. under consideration. It will probably re- onent business more Satisfactory, March one of be best known mafacstm of
The annual dues are, for regular mem- quire some time for the commission to showing decided improvement over Feb- naval storm i the belt s a w Y
hfoers; 1 w utamindg members, arrive at a decision and give out its order, ruary, and still better things being expect- the city last wrek.







4 THE WEEKLY INDUSTRIAL RB ORD.


I~Us 411AT GROWTH,
aED "T CrT DUMCTORY.
J.Iteamle% Cy directory for 19 in.
nTa ew diretory i wel bound, neatly
n d presents a far better and more
am si*ke appearare than any Jack-
imvfle dktory gotten out in the put.
The diety i published by L L. Polk
& Ca., sad entais ay feature not be-
feM nd It eit direetoriee of Jackson-
vill. (te i prti i the street guide
and diretory o houaeholde In this in
the alina fi every steet n the city and
the haue inmbersa by blocks, are given in
-ga order. Opposite the numbers are
the nmes of the hou.eholder. For in-
sirme: "Adam tabet, mat, No. 12, Wil-
He Ja Wig." This i in addition to the
eher bfeatres of the directory.
The ok earae the following preface,
whih is of itereat to aN dttims of Jack-
,auwill:
OWe herewith it aor sixth volume
of the Jae ville directory, being the
twety-Itth of the sanml Lauue
The mdirn aely directory has reached
that state of perfeetiou that from the data
eoatoaim their the statements of the
at d ps ~r of a city cannot be
ohem the appearase of the city
directly the eterprle of its eitlemmn can
be fly timatad. An examination of
the dir i of other ties, to be found
in ear dbeetory library at the Board of
T'hd remm, will make an interesting
study for any Vwh may wish to make a
s a of the growth ad.enterpriee
of =e. exhibited In the eity director-
is.. It wil be oemrrd that in the lit
of growing towns, the apaes devoted to
advertising are al lied by representatives
of the vario busin eameeras. These
advertiemmits e a two-fold value.
nrst, as a medium of moliiting trade, ad
aeodm, as a advertisement of the busi-
e fIeites of the ity. Not only are
theeb dirtories ri in the diree-
tory Bulrea of other eitie in the eoun-
try, but i aB leading hotels ad public
IMae the valsble aids to business are
to e fond, and bieess men from all
part of the weord ihe aeas to them,
e f them aa make their information
a rolu ma fecar h their balaees af-
fair. The ao m devoted to advertising
in the Jack onmlle director am all lled
by Iumardg bumlmas om erns In the city,
ud wrlMB w ith any eity in this
= 1 0 4 aity and prominence
Uhe prewth a mally of the city of
Jaechoafle in poapetIo and brinea is
pme tfd in the Latory of cities. In
etber e fMds wh ere at res devastated
the buamles etim of the ity the im-
mefiat rIelB nd of the destroyed por-
tdm was rapid, but the eawe of Jack-
souvmit, it not b e. the mere matter
i rebildng the Imured dishret but the
eise oh more sommodiou buidingo ,
new -uinmss boek., manufacturing con-
eeas etat
The budinga plie and private, that
have he a te ruitd a.ine the Are ue
eof iasprig and ubhtantial nature aad
wI erase with that of any modern city
IN l umtl and permanent enter-
Th r se eas of the Boathern States
a hbeg apidy developed. Capital is
MAndng ita way into the South, and the
red est of tia favored land that cannot
be pdad ay other section, has be-
cmm a able article of trade. Combining
Mth with the abtled editions of the
South, mmiration e these States can be
readily aeeenae for.
There is ht ame Florids. in this coun-
try. Ie phla only Aeamaitble to the peo-
ple of the Beat and Northwest. where the
rigor of the wintr am be avoied. where
the be lt of a semi-tropieal climate may
be enjoyed and ulesume and Drofit com-
hined. Thosanda of people annually
eome iato the State in the pursuit of
health and recreathn and the conditions
for the rombnlasta of pleasure with
hsianes ebrsa weeb flattering inducements
that it reafts h the permanent location
in the State of hundreds who become
praminet producing factors in the de-
velopmnt ofits TMao rees. Jacksonville
belCg the gahtewa to this region, in dea-
tiard to become its trading center. When
we predict that Jasckmovile will become


the metropolis of the South, it is made up-
on the favorable surrounding conditions,
based upon the history of the past, with
the corroborating fast of the present.
"A glance through the classified portion
of this directory, beginning on page 01,
a general exhibit of the business con-
ducted in the city will be found. Promi-
nent among these buineas enterprises are
eight banks, four wholesale druggists, four
wholesale dry goods, sixty fruits, two hun-
dred and fifty-four grocer, ten hardware,
thirty-one lumbermen, seven naval stores,
fifteen produce, etc. These firms are
among the largest in their various lines
of business in the South, and their trade
is not confined to Florida alone, but ex-
tends throughout the Southern States.
Pepalation.
"There are contained in this directory
20,800 names. Calculating the population
by using the multiple of 2%, the lowest
used in any eity, will give a population
of 40,80, an increase over the directory
estimate of 1904 of 2,0. In estimating
a city's population from the names in the
directory, it must be remembered that
the canvass for information for the direct-
ory is not confined to the territory em-
braced within the city limits, but ex-
tends into the suburbs a far from the cor-
porations lines as the necessity for the in-
formation requires. The residents in
these regions contiguous to the city lim-
its are as much identified with the city
proper as though they were within the
corporate limits, and the requirements of
a directory necessitate that these resi-
dents be included. This will account for
any seeming exees there may be in this
calculation, over that made by the census
or taken by any municipal authority,
where exhibit is strictly confined to the
territory within the city limits.
"This issue of the directory was printed
and bound at the ofies of The Industrial
Record Publishing Company. In view of
the fact that Jacksonville offers the best
facilities for the location of our Southern
ofice, for the publication of our director-
ies in the South, we have made our permo-
nent headquarters here, and the most of
our Southern books will be printed in this
city, we having made a contract with the
above-named printing house. Mr. I. A.
Mullins, of this ity, will have charge of
the work in this section and we sure the
business community of Jacksonville that
no effort on our part will be spared to
make the Jacksonville directory a worthy
representative of a growing city.
"R. li1POLK & CO."
Metropolitan Tali g KahiuM Company.
To all our patrons we advise a visit be-
ing paid the Metropolitan Talking Ma-
chine Company's store, which, by the way,
was awarded the t. Louis Grand Medal
over all others, for the will indeed be de-
lightes There wi be shown the prise
winner, "The Victor," which not only
quickly imparts a splendid musical educa-
tion in everything from elba records to
ratime, but is a grand amusement enter-
tainer. It is this beautiful machine, "The
Victor," with large horns in plain cabinets
that is now being oeed by the company
at very reasonable pries, and from what
we believe is fully equal to any similar
*0.00 machine; all, of course, i n know-
ing how to rig machines to save he first
cost and have the Afnet eftee The Met-
ropolitan Talking Machine Company will
be most pleased to explain theme attach-
ments and give you the best value for the
money in the market.
They will also advise in the selection of
records, making mail orders not only prae-
tical. but pleasing and very satisfactory;
and it should be mentioned also that the
exchange of old records greatly reduces the
first cost. Be sure when in town pay
this company a visit. where wives esn wait
as most welcome visitors.
Wh In Tampa Naval Stere Company?
Editor Record-I desire to ask who the
Tampa Naval stores Co. is. I note that
no names are nut on their letter heads. It
seemu to me I would like to know who it
is that in making such attractive (?) prop-
ositions before I could think of considering
any of them. Tf it is my friends.I want
to know, and if my enemies I also want
to know. Will some one be kind enough
to find out and let me know?
OPERATOR-


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JOHN B. YOUNG.
Present.

J. P. WILJAMs.
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Pre idet Vie-pr.. VeP. VIJPie. eaYmr.



John R. Young Co.,


Commission

Merchants.


Saval Stores factors. WWolesale grocers.

Savs-wah mk Brunswick. Ga.
A"ssa il l m I8 a 8 1Om ( I e o 8 8 m 18 ma J6


.. NATIONAL...



Tank & Export Company

Of SAVANNAH, OA.. U. 5. A.








THE WEEKLY INDUSTRIAL RBOORD. 5


THE LATEST FRENCH SPRING MILLINERY.
Doa't Fai Whn H Jackemvills to Pay a Visit (Whether You Bay or Not)
to the Magiacent store of

TATEAM HENRY JACOBS STATEAM
5 EAST AY STREET.
Where are now on view all the latest Creations of the Highest and Latest
Paris Coaceptiom of Millinery Art for the World, showing what are the very
latest ad most corret fashions in Head Wear. Buy nowhere else your new
Spring Hat until you have paid a visit to this Grand Exhibitioa.
B--There are also to be seen all the Newest French Walking Skirts,
Fremch Suits and French Waists.


I


PROPOBD VAGRANCY LAW FOR
RIANIA.
Hao. Jams N. Wilson, representative-
eleet from Jaekmso county, drafted the
following bill that he will introduce at the
coming seuion and endeavor to secure its
passage:
A bill to be entitled "An Act declaring
vagramey a miiem-nr in this State;
de ng and designating what class of
persons shall be deemed and considered
vagrants; providing for the arrest and ap-
preheio of suspect vagrants; provid-
Sad adopting a rule of evidence for
the trial of persons suspected and charged
with being vagrants under the provisions
of this act, and providing a penalty for
those convicted of vagrancy, or of being
a vagrant under the provisions of this
act."
Be it acted by the Legislature of the
State of Florida:
Section 1. That from and after the pas-
age of this act all persons within the
State of Florida. over the age of twenty-
one years od, who come under or within
any of the designations following in this
section, shall be held and considered to be
vagrants namely:
1. Person wandering or strolling about
in idgosms, who are able to work and have
o property within the State of Florida
and the ematy whvre they then are, to
2. Persos leading an idle, immoral or
proigate life, who have no property in
the Stale of Florida and the county where
they then are, to support them, and who
are able to work and do not work.
3. Al persons able to work, having no
property in the State of Florida and coun-
ty whre they then are, sufficient to sup-'
port them, and who have no visible or
own means of a fair, honest and repu-
tb3le livelihood. The term "visible and
known means of a fair, honest and repn-
table livelihood," as used in this section,
shall be onstrued to mean reasonably
continuous employment at some lawful
occupaion for reasonable compensation,
or a fied and regular income from prop-
erty or other legitimate investment, which
income sufficient for the support and
maintenance of such person.
4. Paems having a fixed abode, who
have ns visible property to support them.
and who live by stealing, cheating or de-
frauding, or by trdin or bartering stolen
property.
5. Profesdoal gamblers who live in
idlenes, including keepers of gambling
houses or places and all employees or at-
taches of or at such gambling houses or
SAll keepers or inmates of houses of
l-fame, bawdy houses or other places
where any crime or vice is habitually in-
dulged in or practiced, including all in-
mtes of such places or houses who make
such places or houses their usual place of
residence or domicile.
7. All able-bodie persons who beg for
a living, or who quit their houses and
leave their wives or children without the
means of subsistence.
SAll persons who are able to work and
who do not work, but hire out their
minor children and live upon teeir wages
or earnings.
See. 2. Al persons over the age of six-
teen. and under twenty-one years of age.
able to work and who do not work and
have no property to support them, and
have not some known visible means of a
fair, honest and reputable livelihood, and
whose parents are unable to support them
out of soms legitimate employment or in-
come, and who arenot in attendance upon


some educational institution, shall, be
deemed and held to be vagrants.
Sec. 3. That any person convicted of
vagrancy or of being a vagrant under
either of the preceding sections of this
act, shall be deemed guilty of a misde-
meanor, and upon conviction thereof, shall
be fined not more than five hundred dollars
or confined at hard labor in the county
jail, or at hard labor for the benefit of
the county for not more than six months,
or by both such fe and imprisonment,
at the discretion of 'the court; provided,
however, that the trial judge may, in his
discretion after conviction1 in lieu of such
fine or imprisonment herein provided as
a penalty, require that the said vagrant
shall enter into a good and sufficient bond
in the sum of five hundred dollars, with
two justified sureties thereon, payable to
the Governor of the State of Florida and
his successors in office, conditioned for his
future industry and good conduct for one
year.
Se. 4. That it shall be a good and suf-
ficient defense to the charge of vagrancy
or of being a vagrant, under any of the
provisions of this act, that the defendant
has made a bona fide effort to obtain hon-
est and reputable employment at reason-
able prices for his labor or services, and
that he has failed to obtain the same;
provided ,this shall be in the nature of a
defense for the defendant, and the burden
of the proof sha be on the defendant,
when defending upon this ground.
See. & That in all prosecutions under
paragraphs four (4), five (5) or six (6) of
section one of this act, the nature and
character of the person, house or place
may be proved by proving the general
reputation of such person or persons, house
or place.
Sec. It shall be, and is hereby made
the duty of the sheriff and constables of
every county in the State of Florida, the
police and town marshals, or other like
officers in every city or town in this State
to immediately give information under
oath to any offer now or hereafter em-
powered by law to issue criminal war-
rants in cases of misdemeanor of all va-
grants within their knowledge, or whom
they have good asaik to suspect of being
vagrants in their respective counties, eit-
ies or towns; and thereupon it shall be
the duty of the officers before whom such
complaint is made to cause a warrant to
issue for the arrest and apprehension of,
such persons alleged to be a vagrant, re-
turnable before himself or before any
other offer of the county having jurisdic-
tion to try and determine same, for trial
in accordance with law.
Sec. 7. That in every ease of conviction
under this act, whether by plea of guilty
or otherwise, and without respect to the
sentence or judgment of the court, the
costs of the prosecution shall be taxed
against the defendant and paid the same
as in other criminal cases.

ANNUAL MEETING

Stockholders Operators' Tank and


Warehouse Coimpay.
The second annual meeting of the stock-
holders of the Operators' Tank and Ware-
house Company, adjourned from the regu-
lar January meeting, will be held in the
company's offices in Jacksonville on Fri-
day, April 7th, 1905, at 3 o'clock p. m.
W. J. HILLMAN, President.
J. A. HOLLOMON, Secretary.


MYERSON CO.,
105 a West we st.
JACKSONVILLE. FLA.


Plm na.


gummuimmimi i US"l 3


239 W. Bmy Stre" EVEmETT 1BOCM.

Leaders In Men's and DoW'" Fine Cloth-
ing and Up-to-Date FuraHtings.

Agents for Dunlap and Stetson Hate; largest stoek in the Oity.




The Bond & Bours Co.
lWO lUl n .LTAi.a


HARDWARE

Sash. Doors. Rllnasgs. Paaits. O1a amd Glaw.
oves. Tinware. Coutntrr-Rollow-re.


1O WEST AY STRUT


J&Cksnvlle. r1a.


CYPRPUYSS TANKS
A%" -est b7 1W97W Test




am a Qug o a a bd Z As
M No ams boom b W N p hor.

C. M. DAVIS 4 SON


.PALATR. FILORIDA


STEWART L COMPANY |
so3 We"t UdS. TIMBER. LA D-S f e, W".
2,560 acres Virgin Timber, Liberty County, Fa. Wil eut ,000 feet sad a
boxes per acre. Price, $5.50.
50,000 acres Virgin Timber, Washington County, Fla. Will eat 5,0 feet per
acre. A large amount of Cypress also. Price, 5.50 per acre.
5,760 acres Virgin Timber, Liberty County, Fla. Will eut 5000 feet and 100
boxes per aere. Price, $4.75 per acre.
Numerous father tracts of both Virgin and Saw Mill Timber in all parts
of the State. Orange Grove and Truck Farms, Improved and Unimproved
City Property. Losas negotiated. Correspondence solicited.


Printor all Purses.
PrInting 0?I rtiIN
^*y ~pr P~-n .L H C.


------------------------------------------------h


THE DIAMOND


Wines, Liquors and Cigars,

so" A 1k _* 60s ar KaeWem's 2es0. a0e Whelmw smell. hM.
of, Wa~r. We omnese au sam". 9 em bhr s snW e eames seMwas
Creme de is bottle .... 00 iamea Brad bottle ........ I0
I kam ,.-w -Nd-s- s]A Heart hei, bottle .......... .7*
C. C. C. Brand, bottle ........ 1J.0 Spade Brand, bottle ........... .0
Club Brand, bottle ........... 125 Ptremiu fmt i, beis ........ ..


SEEL


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THE WEEKLY INDUSTRIAL RECORD.


11l WET FORISYT ST.


BELL PHONE NO. 592 P a. ram. u.
Prresidnt


HEDRICK'S REAL ESTATE AGENCY


A. J. 0DCU8 JC2. Manr.


Nt Formerly of fhedris a Ralew


ftem fr wer sa" adJO Ri lr oparty OeM teari (The ehooe re inese nortmoa
atf^Sf a v ll reroy Asf~tormerbumaT dietmiet.8SpriagaeM Lsv ind
aaOEY TO LOAN AND MONEY LOANED FOR INVESTORS.



Wanted and For Sale

DEPARTMENT.

doeaeee W& .sred ariMs asr u seemi a.t 1*.w eau :
twur two we. 3sli"me.&
r r wsee, 4- ~am s a lle.
Mi waer d orf Mar length make ame le.
IZio 9 -the healdingMs ma be admitted.
Sfitima o--epy the or'4r. No extra ch arge oal o paper
--taN dvMc_- l.Oy.m e i i thin oN. s o l 'at erhu Thuaa d
IM artM two isr


Pftalft VWated.
A as -tfe, ery best redermse
firfass I F. .J-mo, Mur-
h*.. a 4

Naval s eIr n me a see help by ap


A PORtttI as veooe fOr turpetine
armmm. tAOmL Addrme G. E
smum. m h. A

Wanted.
TWO sOOD MYa WANTrD.-A good
weomra and sti;e mst have Al rafer-
m; msut be oboar; SmU pie and good
Von"; beIathir plm in al Niegib.
Aly to J. T. 2MeNei. Wewahlthek. 1a..,
or Apaekdesi. S1 .
A sd trpeatn beat- fr -a at
-em. Oy bem n two years. Prie=
Plgi& A- J. 3. laJe. aria, It.


Wated.
To buy a Irst-lda turpeiUes location
in Florida. Will y the r rim for
th rigt psee. ief at wools Ir ad
e . A P.teO y, Box 2w Taoy.


a.ad In tfaP
TWpeatlae MeO.


Bstati in me nMmins. J. P.

W a ted.
Went Position as woodsman kor stiller.
Am nurried and can funish best of refer-
ence. Address P. 0. Box No. 1. Holder.,
Fla.
red n a wr fer Wt fr the
tAmpemte -ad .=m zy ita te the-
sa.. ee. te a smei e r.,m .


*--- ---- ll---: *** s ils e11as a ******* l n
PIRLCE LIST OF

fureka Wine and Liquor Co.
The Gerat Southwn Mal Order House.
)PUVAEw lFUAL. r Avu. OVArT IEAsCV rG
SPer Four Six Per
Gallon. Quart. Quart. CUae.
uIairhet Private tock .... ... .. .. ..4..M t.3 p.m 41.0
w ehdiV Tt Waiwkey ..................4 4. 6.30 18.75
i ura N. C. A- Branady .............. .. 4.71 4.5 1. 14.3
M. C A| B- *a .......... *........... *.X 4.s *.?r
!.', 18a t .......... 24. 4.z 42. :.M
lbe N. C. Peh Brandy .............. .. 4.7: 4.7 7. 14.00
C. ~mf tma .............. ....... 3.s l .5 4. 3.7W
e ka N. C .... .. .. .. ...... .. 5 4.: .: 7
aWta N. C Com. X .................. .. I.. 3. 4.M 00
A014, N. 3 C XXX .. .............. .7 2S.7 4.1 8.80
W rek N. C. Ca. XXXX ................ ... 2.5 .7Es 7.3
M ew Nourh .. .. .. ... ... .... .. 4. 4. .5 1.3
w ms*eLr bae .. ........... .... ...... ..4.3 4.3 6. U. *
y miagek RBy .: .. ... .. ..... .. .. p.. 2. 5.6 .a
N er aBrok owr Mash .. ...... ..... .. .. .. .. 3.15 5. 11.a0
ho ~er ........ .... .............. .... 4. 4.5 6.M 11.75
SVerlvet..:.. ....... ............... ... .. .. S. . 15.70
Oak and .......... .. ................ .. .. .7 4. 4.0 12.00
N FROM Sa.s TO S.50 a P R. GALLOx. DEuIVn ED
Save twelve labe of Hatchett's Private Stock and secure a bottle free.
av twelve label of Hatchett' Old Rye and secure a bottle free.
Save twelve labels of Hatchett' That's Whtikey and secure a bottle free.
pUve twelve labels of Eureka N. C. Corn and secure a bottle free. Save
twelve lals of Eureka N. C. Apple Brandy and secure one bottle free. Save
twelve labels of eurekaa Malt and secure one bottle free. Price of all goods
boIght at eommay's store are 0o per gallon less than when delivered. No
charge for J bes or drayea Au of my bottles are fll measure. All
standard brenda of whiskies mold over my bar at 10c per drink. 15
We also carry i stoek lquors of cheaper grades. 10
All wines quoted on application. -
pecial prime In lar e lots, packed any slea deplred. Leaves 5 for you
i atetaeom guaranteed or money refunded.
Ev lUt A WINE AND LIQUOcL COMPANY.
I Wia BAT WrC BEDT. JACKbONVIL. FIAnDeA.
- ---s-a-ssm- fi-* 8 filslmassl, le | @Jilm&1 8 a1!


CAFAAL L ARAMIXI
rft*4Ce~ ad ftefferw


7 nA MWW.


*Iaroa


0. a. POwer, Caun. surls & I. N. A cML P. 5. MafNM L V. V. Cera.ie


THE


Southern Manufacturing Co.,
Camr of Wear d M 8tl
Ja ..m.a rlsd..


Wholesale Drugs I Commissary Sapplis
We solicit the utine and Mill Trade awd will be to ote pterie
anything in the dgrg n. We make peeked drag. g a p slty me a yes
money. Mail ordae as give prompt attention.
- IEEI--lEIIffI--Elli f--I ..--. ..........


s Cable Address. Florida.

Standard Naval Stores

Company.


DEALXRA


EtX C LS I VEL'Y


I


I.


INj


ROSIN


AND TURPENTINE.
Jacksonvrll. Fla.


I


The Blount Real Estate Co.,
(I noorpr SO. *M Ce0l0".)
STurpentine Loardiom. Saw Mil L=c*d...
Large and mmaU tacts of Rouad Timber, Phbnphl
a d Farming Lads od al deucriptdo
Write u for either lanfmation ad pars ems.
THE BLOUNT REAL ESTATE CO..
OCALA. rIOP 4o


Joseph D. Christie, Business Agent
liam 3 Ryd-Usbwb BMW Jeabasswola Pb.
Telesheete 405.
I you want to oeatm t Florida ad contemplate oing late buinamm, lt m
help you. H you have a us***** to s, lat *mm with m


N. J. L'qNGLE.
Preediat.


J. W. WADE
Vlse.Pneddifta


X.0. EUG0 .
1186.7 orne reae


Union Naval Stores Co.
MOBILE, ALA. PNSACOLA, A. P aNW CMUL4NS. LA.

NAVAL STORES FACTORS.
DEALERS IN
Supplies for Turpentine Operators.
Can offer at present quite a large number of desirable
locations in West Florida, Alabama and Mississippi. Lib-
eral advances madeagainst consignments. Correspondence
solicited.
Principal Office: MOBILE, ALABAMA.


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THE WEEKLY LU8-usTAL 330W).D.
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Florida Bank and Trust Company
Catal $.000.000.00. Jacknonville. FL.
DfMroTAUT or TATft. COUNTY AmD CMTY VUNi
i. P. ieOACltAo PsMeMa l W. 8. J~aNimos. Vies Premide4
. A. MIO. de. ARTHUR P. PBBRY, Vie Pmresent.
SP. r IG, Jr., Trust Odear
<-|a. Ua. slrfe medepit boe. Buys and sell foreign exohaae
ke. .. .. a, rs a.e, regs trar a"d seal agen for aespratloa .ad
A a. -amase trs e ucme as exeutor, trustee under wi or oiontmenot
sr c.s,% reealr mand gumat.
Vralila'eii AeuSSaf klatIa. Car.. 4 laa.


Review of Naval Stores for a Week.
tSg t for the W k at avasna. $2.90; F, $2.95; G, $3.05; H, $3.30; I,
Pris Bet Sales Exp 1980 $3.50; K $4.0;; L, $. N, $4.75; WG,
Mon., Mk ST..54M 234 37 $5; WW, 6$5.1 .
Ta..., Me 8..4 237 42 4,0re Thursday, March 30.-Rosin, frm; re-
Wad, Mh d S ..M6 a4 161 0 ceipts, 640; sales, 636; shipment, 3,103.
Ther., Ml 30..4% M 64 142 Quote: A, B, C, $2.86; D, 2.90; E,
*Nothing dlng. $2.9Y; F, (2.97%; G, $3.07; H, 3.30;
I, $3.50; K, $4.06; M, 04.50; N, $4.75;
8swamh Naval St Is tatment. WG, $5; WW, $5.15.
Spirit. Rosin.
Stock April 1........... 4 44 BAILY & MONTGOMERY.....
eeipt priou.D y .....175,368 608 Spirits Turpentine-Stoek 476 barrels.
The market during the week has been
Total ................. 181,917 63,519 very teady and has made a alight ad-
vance; jobbing business has been good.
Exports Marh 30 ........ 143 3,10 Thursday, March 23, 67%c.
Exports iously ......1747 632,476 Friday, March 24, 57c.
Saturday, March 25, 57%c.
Total ..... ........... 174,490 635584 Monday, March 27, 571/e.
Tuesday, March 28, 58c.
Stock Marc 30 ......... 7,427 17,935 Wednesday, March 2, 68c.
Stock previooly ........ 6,46 44,550 Rosin-Stoek 12,180 barrels.
This market has been firm all the week,
especially on the low and medium grades;
Rk fer the Week at Savanmak pales, quotations are nominal; little or
Monday, Marsh 27. L4 Year. none of them being in first hands.
WW .......... .. L15 4.10 A C, $3.00; D, $3.06@10; $3.15@20;
WG .......... 00 .80 F, $3.20@25; G, $3.36@40; H, $3.60@70;
N .......... .... 4.75 3.00 I, $3.80@85; K, $4.35@40; M, $4.80@90;
M ...... ........ 40 3.35 N, $5.06@10; WG, $.30@35; WW, $5.45
K .......... .... 4.0 S30 @50.


I ...... .... .... 250 2.9

S .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 2.00
H .... .. ........ 2.7% 2
D .............. .M.2. 2O.
' ABC .... ....... 2.80 2.50
Receipts, 385; sles, 214; exports, 8,927.
Tmaday, March 21-Rosin irm; re-
eeipts, L ; 4ale, ; uhipments, 1,287.
Quote: A, B, C, (B.aB%; D, (.87%; E,
42.90; P. (.95; G, 3.06; H, $3.30; I,
$3.60; K, $4. ; M, $4.50; N, $4.75; WG,
$6; WW, 6.15.
Wedmday, March 2.-Rosin, Arm; re-
eeipta, 4; sales, 207; shipments, 140
Quote: A, B, C, $2.82%; D, $2.87%; E,


TOLAR, HART & 00.
New York, March 28, 1905.
The Industrial Record, Jacksonville, Fla.:
Spirits Turpentine-The market has
advanced gradually in sympathy with
higher prices south. While there are but
few large orders in the market, the ag-
gregate of numerous small ones makes a
respectable showing. Stock 616 barrels.
We quote: Machines 57%4@685
Rosin-There is a brisk demand for low
grades at full quotations. Mediums are
about steady. Pales dull and easy. We
quote: B C, $3.00@06; D, $3.10; E,
$3.16@20; F, $3.25@30; G, $3.30@35; H,
$3.e0070; I, $3.80; K, $4.45; M, $4.90;
N, $5.10; WG, 6$.35@40; WW, $6.60.
TOLAR, HART & CO.


THE ARAGON
JAC WMO .EK r.A.
NOW OPEN
Under new ma.-- t. Thoroughly
renovated and repaired throughout, in-
aeindlng new eete eleva stor and our
vown tro na plant.
HB H. N. O'NEAL, Prop.

Ideal Lacatihs Deaumeli St. Jeh
Rher- S3ect WNW Section --A
HOTEL ROSELAND s
JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
en l n> amemen. Uaasflled eatn.a, Northeroooau Spedlal raet, 10 to9 1g
to daIy, A a p1lan. IlMustrat boomet malea. g eba to eotrich tarm
i UaI deH4sftaun for aeval tora. sun, nblbemeot~e growea r ain Good
Qn l>A. O. UKHOLM. 1P0e0mOrrm

Fuel and Building Material.

The Southern Fuel and Supply 0o.
Alhwr e, st aeem la Ramith Coal, UIme. COment,, Brik, Pants.
Foot Hoea St., Jacksonville, Fla.


I


Impet ad Turpeatine to u #itel abim
From oicial return; wts turned into barreb at t 5 ewt IlM las, 100 1A.
1o00 1U1 M 1664
From United State ................. 174,46 1IMA 1 6M 143,1U 1444A0
From France ..................... .....M M 4,W S M
From other countries ............... 840 M 6 11 U
177,lAe 194,41 187,8 1 148f lA7,
Russian Turpentine .................. 8I51 M 8sll 17,5 17,7J
Total barrels ....................... 18UO so1,m 16UM 1 85, 5UM
Percentage of Runian .............. 4.J7 3.41 5.6 15 1174
Average price of Amria ......... 35-4 -7-1 3-1 4-2 41-2
Reported by James Watt & Son, I8 Adon, Englmd.


COIp'rAITIV3 OF IU n Au2 -T lEVI MR iNS.


April I .................
April ..................
May ...................
April U ..................
Aril B ...................

SJu ................ .
Jay 13 ..................
Ny 70 ...................
may u 7 ...................
June 3 ...................
Ju e 1 ...................

June 17 ..................
Juny ? ..................
July I ...................
July .................

July 2 ..................
ul 28 ..................
Aug. 4 ...................

ept. 3 ..................
AptO 1 .........,....
At 1 ................
pLt. ...................
Oct. 7 ...................
sot. ....................
Sept. 1. ................


Oct. 7 ...................
Nov. 4 ......... .....
Nov. 11 ....................
NOv. 18 .................
Nov. 4 ....................
Dc. 11....................
N Ow. .....................
DNOe. 16 .................
Der. is ...................
Dee. 3 ...................
De M3 ....................
Jan. 6 .....................


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SAVANNAH NAVAL STORES RECORD FOR 1903O4 AND TWO

.......PR.I. .S.... YEAR
Recdf 10S*lo-O" 10-OV 1901-M
Spiriuc cks.............................. 7 2s 814,M46
R ,in. bb .............. .... ............. 7 1,0 1,4 6
Total............................... 844,61U0 S 1,4 8 81,780


i d ca .......... *............*.....** 884 306,100 217,44
bb ..... .................. ...... Irt171 04,178 M,026
New York
S ritp -s ...... ,65.......8 42,706 6,,797
Roif bbs ............................. 7,368 183,121 129,00

cad 6........... ................ 8 1 87,6 4 ,088



Cr o d Spf h md IReals fr ITb Yem
Crop 19t-4L CroplB-6 Crop 1M1-L
8i Bows. frita. Nah Ba=t Btad..
Wilmington .. .. .. .. 111 ,67 181W 11W3, 10AM
Charleston ........A.. 2,4 3,10 3a7 11,16 3 U 1 0
Savannah .. .17618 650,38 27A70 3"OO, Ue3M 1I11,4
Brunswick .......... 55,0 184,7 68,7 144,1M 7 ,12
Mobile ............ 18,316 50,380 186M n79,7 SlM 88572
New Orleans ...... ... 36017 133,1 33WOO 16f13 3lAM =4M
Carrabelle ........ ... dosed dcmd 3A4 3148 8177 47A7
Georgetown .. .... .. 7,115 44214 10,37 46M $M NM61
Pacola ........ 4,64 05,W 1 37,71s 1 U4
Jax. & Fernandina ....18710 M 5210 91,9768 37511 70,MU s15A
Tampa ............ elo ed closed 13,66 4M IA" 5,773
Totals ....... ..535.16 2,JM015 571,0M ,1836,18 MA ,1 41


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S THE WUNKLY JIdDUSTAIAL RQOJRD.


3o0 3 OF AIPPICATIW rO CHAIN

Ntie i h ygive that the wander
ipJ, Ndy,1 the th day o
190 I-1, wll rpp to the HOOL N. B
B a Goveror of the State a
Fridd, or letters pateat iamorporatiB
the underied amd their associates int
a srporatioa nder the laws of the itat
of hra, to be mad THE JACKSON
VILLE DVELOPMFNT COMPANY, th
propoed charter oe said company beio

PBOPOBED CHARTER
-OB-
THu JACKSONVILLE DEVOAIPMEN'T
COMPANY.

The nadesi ed inorporators hereab
tow th mss ie togm r fa the pur




Sa-
ofm s el be aborted air the







ft et oforld
the foowing artidb of ieorporatioa:
The am of th eorporMatio shall h
THK JACKSONVILLE PMVXUAfMBEN2
QoPANY, a ad its im be son.
dusted i the St oaf fid, ad i oth-
er ates oi the United BStates of Ameriea,
and In S rig countries, wherever neces-
easye em fohrmi The priiral o
of te Mr iatiO lI be loatd the
City Jacbonville, orid.

be tamted by said corporation shall
he to 9w, buy and ell, mortge and
oo o, t ad at-t operate aad
catrd and deal i ae ands real estate,
-rm ee brieas, factories, ware
hi t -hat o other Mines, tim-
eai ra tupentie lands ,
faetr es d Irkt, buL and el nad
trade i, bar Sti oa aeounrt, and as
at whel"el or retail, mayl stores, dry



Mh l pet- i at a provielos
and an kan qi .Nb.asu.e al p p-
., atrtlo endn a kiond of aeoto-
,,rfle *m ,; and
al"lr trdr.r hiras" r s rio,


to ehMt the bMrn e of mtfing, mill-
i-r et iena o reingG, toep hate at
by- a there; anr to eat a brlk-
r, a ar arre thei puase, sale,
mle aat aldiapoithr of real
-prili e a dte te-t here orft and to
oae oPerat, i a, ret, bleas build, ia-
tain a" ae, dwl erle, oies, f
oi o bmi- seon, wharves
ad oeksa, d tne facilities,
*wal a h *e a i. amiing rh e
P d ba mac. a danhiaery
at wl and al other kinds of
for the e at its biess; tor grow
cattle, eap and v stock and egage
in Wanin aa n to bnr, bild U, leas.


and &Hlrlif. pie Hu e all kinds of
trupertati, fr the purpose of train-
portia the -u-iy e products owma,
or eait ormanufactured by
oaid paPoratio. but mot to mwe the said
marm ea traportatia h the purpose
of doing the higss of a common car-
rir; .to advance mmey ant loan upon
the sardity of rel estate, boads, mort-
gaPs, Imraea poliiel, shares of stock
or eoB .l paper;. to act as .mcl
a ard tr-te for dher ftsm, indi-
oi r a e orporUoa, a rtify am
guaranatae hbm', and to reelve de-
po al BM Wu r tates, per!an,
aa or eorta dat hoU the ua
in trt, ad imet the same and collect
and dierme the eaome thereof; to buy
dty, mustr arndl suia poptrba, ad
Improve the same, and sell it upM tl-
meatsa or therwsee; to geH, mortgage,
sub-et, pledge, hire, leake or covey the
property of samid rporatiom, or the whole
or art the at the dieretion of
the Board of Diretors; anad to borrow
mooa, ea bonds, motes or other obli-
gatia, at ere the same by mort-
OWN de4a pledes or may other kind of
Os'st, 4 to ieke contras of am
kiM'; r foe tSi furtherane ofs


- its purposes or business; and to subscribe
for, puehase, receive, own, hold for in-
vestment or otherwise, sell, dispose of
- and make advances or loas upon the
f stocks, shares, bonds, securities or other
L obligations of other corporations whatso-
f ever, wherever located or originated, en-
9 gaged in or pursuing any oa or more of
D the kinds of business, purposes, objects or
b industries indicated therein, or owning or
- holding any property of any kind men-
e tioned herein, or of any corporation hold-
I ing or owning the stock or any obligations
of any such corporation, and while the
owner of any such stocks, bonds or other
obligations, or holding the same as col-
lateral, or in trstor otherwise, to eer-
r es all the a right, power and privilege
of ownership thereofand to exerse all
and voting powers tereof; and to make
such by-laws in furtherance thereof a
may be necessary or advantageous, and
Generally to exercise all such powers as
Smay be necessary or convenient to the
purpose of the business of this corpora-
tion, and to have, exercise and enjoy all
the rights, powers and privileges incident
I to corporations for proft, organized,
chartered and existing upder nad by vir-
tue of the laws of the State of

S. The amount of the capital stock of said
corporation shall be Two Hundred and
Fifty Thousand Dollars (5850,000.00), to
be divided into ten thousand shares of
the par value of Twenty-Ave Dollars
($5.00) each. Payment for said capital
stock shall be received only in eash, but
stoek subseriptios my be payable in the
manner and at the times determined by
the Board of Directors. The corporation
shall have a lien upon all shares of stock
of any stockholder who may become in-
debted to the corporation, either for the
amount unpaid on his stock subscription
or any other indebtedness whatsoever,
with the right to sell aad disps of such
stock or such portion thereof a my be
necessary to pay sueh indebtednes at
either public or private sae, and upon
such notice or terms as the Board of
Directors may determine, and with the
further right to refuse to transfer such
stock until the full payment of sueh in-
debtedness.
Ten per cent of the capital stock shall
be subscribed and paid in eh before said
corporation shall be authorized to trans-
act any business
i y4.
The term for which said corporation
shall exist shall be ninety-nine year.

The business of the coraration shall be
conducted by the' following offers: A
President, a First Vice Preident, a
Second Vice President sad a secretary
and Treasurer and a Board o thirteen
Directors The offices of Secretary and
Treasurer may be held by the same per-
son. The number of Diretors may be
changed from time to time by the by-
laws, but shall at no time be less than
seven nor more than thirteen, and the
Directors shall be annually elected by the
stockholders. The above named offers
shall be elected by the Board of Directors
from among their own number. The
Board of Directors, by a resolution passed
by a majority of the whole Board, miy
designate any convenient number of Di-
reetors to institute an Executive Com-
mittee, which committee, to the extent
and in the manner provided by said reso-
lution, or in the by-laws of said corpor-
ation, shall have and may exercise the
powers of the Board of Diretors, in the
management of the business and afairn
of this corporation, and shall have power
to authorize the seal of the corporation
to be affixed to. all intrum ts. The
Board of Directors may appoint subordin-
ate s ers of this corporation, having
such powers, duties and terms of oefe a
they may deem best. The President and
First Vice President shall ex-offido be
members of the Executive Committee.
The Board of Directors shall have full
control over the' actions of the Executive
Committee and may at any time annul
its powers. The annual meeting of the
stockholders shall be held on the first
Monday in May in each year, but the date
thereof may be changed by the by-laws.
The by-laws can only be adopted or
musel d by a majority of the outstand-
ing stock, voting in person or by proxy.


THE NATIONAL BANK OF JACKSOVILLE
iAOKKSONVILLU. PLA.
CAPIAL SJOOOOO SURMmPL -w UNXVmD HROKm S4U79I
We ie li oemase or Depoati. wMt ,r5w tseres at rr et.dfree w cam str


Herbert A. PFo. Ose. H. Pfrd,i P. L Waate,
President. Vice-Pi. Casier.

The Central National Bank of Orala
OCALA, FLORIDA.
OAPIeTAL,, 60,000.00.
DianaBoms: B. L. Anderson, R. Hall, dward Hiller, J. LK ChAuati, Geo.
MeKay, Geo. H. Ford, Herbert A. Ford.
Accounts of Turpertino Opwrates ad Saw MIH Mo A olctted.

- - - - - - - - -- - - - --- . . n--- - - - - - - - - - - "


The Wire Virgin Gum Co.,
SI now ready to gi~aII the formatio y my wa e m i e the
way we are o w I fiBgum from high bosm. By the ms olf a
tin lip put iud lo to th ehia= and so arranged to es the ga to
strike winre d faimhro Mo to the box, not i the fo aI the
tree. Wie is fast nd m by to small maie, a sm t sm the up and
the other at erde of the eMbox, and street tight eo a to keep
gum from dripif ef, thereby making virgin gim and of I These
Share may i n- bg y where parties ean get a god many high bom e
For further ftr- wrie. to
THE WIRE VIRGIN GUM CO.. TIFTON. GA.



The West.Raley-RannIe Company.

114 W. Fwryth street JackMeardl, ra.
A. I. w/t. W.. W. i. ms, .icr-Fos. N. Y. 4!is. sI. a ruI.


We can furnish you with whatever you want in Tim-
ber Lands, Saw Mils, etc., and can se your property.
Write us and when in the city make our office your
headquarters.

--------- ti-------------ggppig-ggugM--u----


I& A. BOau, Pniess
EL 0. BRII, IM Vies-fredisa.


-oe sms' 211 Vlceamrad
2. C_ oUaLD. Seesy sa 2N


W, H. Briggs Hardware Co.

VALDOSTA. GA.
BSoe Bouthern Agent for-

RIXFORD AXES.

tey ar te tUST. Others imitate but none du-
plista They are made of th beet stel, have thmneat
temper. hold the keenest edge. eut better and last longer
than any other axe.
This has all been proved by yesx of actual u.
Semd as yor erdoer.

W. 1. ms166 HARDWARE GOMPAIY,




St. George Hotel

EUROPEAN PLAN.

fReemS 75c SL M ud 5L.5 PSON
PHONE 317.

MRS. GEO. W. BROCK,
POPRIomTREs.








THE WAAWY DMIDUMIAL ZJ=XU 3


JOHN S. LRAN.Z Ag9nI





1WJI
Cab
Wd



Dlbold Safe Lock Co.
Juakwavlfle. floridh

Sam~I P. Holmes& Co.
ft""i now*. Cett..
O.Wu awd P01vaws.
WEW K GOTTM EXCHANGE
CNICA06 o WM W TRADE
Dltftt priv wires to ai' exchanges.
Local mo a" babnds a psimalty.
UsEE3e Sa Bdwia Bleak
UTSUZANCW1-0 146Mal I&-
ILGrsi & aa. 9 a" n Pout 11I
HnsLT II MIhM=R 1



Coulmh.I& Mrckants
NOavIl Some 6 Cotton
Zhmi slimn mb sewit ddr

COA&ME 011441 A1119
YOMO~ Csff


MWe% S&A PX4A.
---- I 1- I

IltMnrl Tdkinllt Um Co
VICTOR
Talking Ma--sbms e a" eewd&.
Write to Metropolitan Talking Machine
Co. for catalogues of New Records and
Machias. Victs only. largest jobbing
home in I South.
Agent wanted in every town. Retail
trade served. Old records exchanged.
N. B.--Columbia, Zonophone and Vie-
tore accepted
Mltropiotan Talking
MagHia. C.^
323 Mei ft. JAC90YIUJ, rFLA


The first annual meeting of the stock-
holders shall be held on Monday, the let
day of May, 1905, in the city of Jadkon-
ville, Florida, for the purpose of electing
officers, adopting by-law and completing
the organization of the corporation.
Until the officers elected at the first
annual meeting are qualified the business
of this corporation shall be conducted by
the following named officers: H. A. Mc-
Eaehern, President; Edwin Brobston,
First Vice President; J. A. Hollomon,
Secretary and Treasurer. H. A. MeEaeh-
ern, Edwin Brobston, J. D. Lawrence, J.
A. Holanmon, W. B. Owen, C. &. Garner,
D. T. Gerow, Archer S. Hubbard anad Ray-
mond Cay, Directors.
7.
The highest amount of indebtedness or
liability to which this corporation may
at any time subject itself shall be twice
the amount of the authorized capital
stock.
The names and residences of the sub-
scribers, and the amount of capital stock
subscribed by each, are as follows:
Number of
Name. Residene. Shares.
H. A. MeEaehern..Jacksonvlle, Fla 200
Edwin Brobstan., .Jackonville, Fla 00
J. A. Hollomon... Jacksonville, Fla. 00
W. B. Owen...... Jacksonville, F. 00
C. E. Garner...... Jacksonvle, Fla. 200
D. T. Gerow......Jacksonville, Fa. 200
Archer S. HubberdJaeksonville, Fla. 00
IL Cay........... .Jacksonville, Fla. 00
J. D. IAwrence.... Jaeksonville, Fla. 200
State of Florida,
County of Doval--s.
I hereby certify, That on this W2d day
of March, 1905, i the State and County
aforesaid, before the undersigned, a No-
tary Public in and for said county and
State, personally eame H A. MeiEaehern,
Edwin Brobston, J. A. Holloman, W. B.
Owen and C. E Garner, to me well and
personally known, and severally acknowl-
edged and declared before me that they
executed the foregoing charter as ineor-
porators of The Jacksonville Develop-
ment Company, in good faith and for the
purposes therein expreesed.
In witness whereof I have hereunto set
my hand and affixed my official seal, the
day and year last above written.
(Seal) R.M. SASNETT,
Notary Public, State of Florida at Isrge.
My Commission expires Aug. e2th, 1905.
Pro.actin of U. Sted Corprati.
The United States Steel Corporation
last year produced slightly over 40 per
cent of the pig iron made in the United
States. It made more pig iron last year,
notwithstanding the depression, than it
did in 1903. Of the total rail tonnage
produced last yar, the Steel Corpora-
tion made 1,24246 tons, or 54.3 per cent
Nearly all the decrease in the total rail
output of the United States was borne by
the rail mills of the corporation. In the
following table are shown the rolled and
other finished products (in tons) of the
corporation last year, compared with 1908:
1904. 1903.
Steel rails ............1 ,42A1 1,934,315
Blooms, billets, slabs,
sheet and tin plate
bars ............... 932,09 493,22
Plates ............... 404,422 519713
Heavy structural
shapes ............. 313,779 302,765
Merchant steel, skelp,
hoops, bands and cot-
ton ties. .......... 577,384 634,830
Tubing and pipe...... 710,765 710,55 5
Rods ................. 84,034 101,680
Wire and products of
wire .............. 1,26,610 1,126,605
Sheets black," galvan-
ied ad tin plate.. 735,482 763,670
Finished structural
work .............. 357,48 409,6092
Angle and splice bars
and joints ......... 72,470 138,700
Spikes, bolts, nuts and
rivets .............. 46,003 53,259
Axles ................ 2,981 119,716
Sundry iron and steel
products ........... 25,787 30,09
Total ........... 6,792,780 7,458,79
Wire and products of wire still main-
tain second place in the tonnage of the
corporation, but they now lead in value
the rail output.


MERRILLJ-TEVENS CO.


Boilermaking and Repairing

Stilon BoHe and Pumps..
SHIP BUILDING and REPAIRING.
JfEckonvllli F t.
lot$&$ 861881611966111999i i6l~4111400"I *isn 11111111111

WILLIAM A. OUMu dAMs 0. OSA-Y


WILUAMAILBOURS & COWMANY

ny, Grat Fee GOarW
seeif POfuy 4S"ft- flew.
Gcrib, lMeal m fwtuns.
SIR MOTTO: Pr0st S hmt Me, Gomm. C11M1 s11 Free
206 EAST BAY ST., JACKSOlLLE, FLA.


Cummer Lumber Co.

JACKSONVILLE, PLA.

ROUGH & DR I AED LUMBER

Long Leaf Yellow Pine.
BOXES and CRATES.

ame 8 e ma 0 ame m 8 588 80m t85 s m s8m888 se0000e

Standard Clothing Compay



One Price One Price


FASHIONABLE CLOTHIEIS AND IWftNISUR 'l'S,
17 aid I, West Bay. Street - J dgwi ,l r1.
It set. and Maw Nat.. ,eam ~Ite ttetae a. tmo ,. rbte.
--..-I-- IIIIeIll I IIIHMI.s l llslM |I -IM-------


R. TOLAR.


4. L nART. T. I. OL&AOY&.
(3.tablisbsd 1162.)


L 3. TSAR, d


TOLAR, HART & CO..
160 PRONT u i nmr i. NEW YORK.

Commission Merchants
and Jobbers of NWa l sorw .
Liberal Advances on Ooaignments of Naval Btore sad Ckon. Memboe af New
York Cotton and Produes change. Orders execuaad for Cottao PTusms.


JOE1PH D. NWEED.


H. D. WEED.


W. A KNratns


J. D. WEED CO.,
SAYAJUiA. OBOlA.

Wholesale Hardware,

Bar, Hoop and Band Iron.
MAKE A SPECIALTY Of

Turpentine Tsils, G1ue, Btti6ss, EtLc









THM WRUUY INDUBTRUIL RUOOW.


INDorSTRIL RECORD.
A. 1111. mMal .M.

.dbog me, Nens ammO p a
igih D Fs ..n.Sa


AMn coamaneation should be addressed
The ImdUntriiJ eneed C4MPanY.
m- _M-ll 61 ill ll n 11

anwa e" m m Ges at
AdhW$. 6g 0* 0GVOsUn Cie.
Mntre at the Ctesse at Jacksonville
Sa. a.s ao lasT matter.


AAfMeA"M e :z. Commsitta oa
be W;t f Nili'a Association.
--otmber 2X3. 0l as its eneluslve oldal
a-man. Adoptesd in anmal convention
member 11n. as the oran also of the sgn-
AA1mPed AprL ati. 11.M as the ofcial
oram of tho Intela tate LC Grower' As-
seektiun. AdoptLd --tea er 11, nE, as
the os y -al oram of the T. O. A.
O OMm to lumbe peo by se oeal
resoltaM adopted by the Georgia sawolln

OOPY FOR ADVRTImINGo.
Aavertnad eoor (sheanse or new adver-
tments shoum reaso as Tuesday morn-
la to am. snsesrtion in te lamus of the
ammme wme.

TI luamcaru omRc-IC
The -Ilai plant ad the main ooem
of the Inmatral Reaorl Publisahti Co.
are baste at No. n L. Hogan street,
UJa ea Vl., in the very luart of the
Nrat p~u~ I w pine i kdutriM
Ia oAinm Grl. les in located i the
iUuAltab iae I o. oI. Atlanta is the
aCtnr of the 1"-ssuectuum trade of
the grath r i g-
The savannah, C. as*s In in the Board
of Tae n ihrg anamvl i tohe ad-








Tl a Me Cow* o h ta thid
r -' &-e this












week rdred sa important deesion re-
gardgin the hIalHties of s ekhoias. It

er to mapltal stock in a earporation be-
ltahes PMeat av editors of the corporation
a"d i le fr ti fu or pr value of


vale fr th stMk M is ta, fth .dif-
fmal Mewb what h II par.
Th- u -l -l alo bedw tha t this r
op Mai t NO a d ar te tmansd of






sMu aok, whe he nmow that full walue
ot"e wMd the fan pae r daIbe of
Sthe toek iCms0 a trast fn for the
beet of redit t w tey hve
the righ to d s a o tQorg this
inte In Am v..an, that a su rib-







It participant ed that a trustee in
the boaiet the rigt to sue for the
amn it of t re th ll t par eais of all

J. A. If h pd b a s thMi ps
vai for tNaval torek i Compby, of Hat- df-
tmrg Mi, was in the city a pwr.
The deciso sIh hold that this re-








a lttte y adig tt to s trg fe of o tor,
mc a c, wht be he kowsm that full value
whs nmet at to the of Trade, for the
other words, the ll paid par val St of
the o becomes trust f for the
bdt of erediers, tip Which they have
the right to 11 WArtctica 9f their

It is sl declared that trustee in
bankiytay hMs the right to sue for the
maunt of the consldatd claims of all


Mr. J. A. C, president of the Mis-
elsaippi Naval Storm sJompany, of Hat-
timesbrg, Mine, was in the -city lst week
attending the meeting of operators,
whle met at the Dosd of Trade, for the
Pu of orgmnjdg the Naval Stores
i ~p~OrpI


Urge a Florida La


__


Early in the present year The Record
called its Florida readers' attention to the
necessity for an equitable contract labor
law in this State. The Florida Legislature
meets in a few days and The Record will
have the bill it referred to at that time,
which is similar to the Georgia law, pre-
mseted. It is important that every tur-
pentine operator and mill man urge upon
his local legislators the necessity for such
a law and enlist their support for the
measure. At the time we nirt mentioned
this matter The Record contained the fol-
lowing editorial and draft of the proposed
measure, which we are glad to repeat for
the interest of our readers:

FLORIDA MUST HAVE A LABOR CON-
TRACT LAW.
The necesity for a rigid but equitable
labor contract law in Florida is apparent
to every man who employs. The necessity
extends even to the merchant whose labor
is trusted and to the housekeeper whose
labor is limited; but more especially does
it extend to the manufactu".L p-ticular-
ly the naval stores and lumber operators
-whose businesses deN the employ-
meat of large numbers amegroee.
We have heard a peat deal of late
about peonage. The ease of Sam Slyatt,
of Georgia, has attracted ttentiuo
throughout the country. Mr. lyatt has
been made to suffer and to lose because he
tried to protect himself against a worth-
less lams of laborers whose chief aim was
to defraud him. Depite the charge that
he may or may ot have violated some
ancient federal statute, mstm when con-
ditions were differ, the fact remains
that he has the sympathy and not the
ensure of the people who undertand
the condition as they exist; tat he com-
mitted no moral wrong and pursued only
the natural course.
The employer has ri to u well as the
mployee. T = bao l the highest
respect for honest, idustrious labor. It
in the basic principle of all development
At the same time it recognizes the ab-
slate necessity for a legal protti
against that element that is posed to
defraud and engages even with the intent
and purpose of defrauding. 1
---- <
So much by way of introductory.
The Industrial Record takes this oce-
sion to annoulee that it will present at
the Florida Legislature in April a bill, em-
bodying thee views, a draught of which
follows:
Pf during M y as Catact for Labr.
An Act to mauk it lleal for any lpr-
sm to procre money or ether thing of
value, a a contract to perform arvic
with Iate to fmaM and to fx the
peldmmet therefo, ad for other pa-
Pea&st f
Sectias Be it emacta by the General
Asembly, aad it is hieby acted by a-
thrtiy of te ame, That frm and after
the pasaage of thoi act if any praea shll
contract with another to paorm for him
ervlce of any hindl ith latnt to pro-
cse mesmy, or their thing of value there- t
by, and not to perform the servi com- d
tnted for, to the lber and drmag of the t
hirer; or, after having e c ntcted, all t
procure. free th hirer meaoy, or other
thing of vale with intent net to perform e
ch kservio, to the less and damage of
tL hirer, he Mshall be dlm-l a com t
coat and swindler, and upon conviction t
*aul io pdlshed as pnresribm i te e
Code, s
Se. s. Be it further emacted, That eat- a
ofactery prot of the contact t, the pro- o
maring there of mey r other thing of b
ralu, the failed to p 0r the rvicea t
s contracted for, or fail to r n the a
money so advanced with interest theraon C
At the time asai labor was to be per- A
ormed, without god and auclent case c
aud les or damage to the haer, shall be w
Spresumtie evidence of the intet ii
eferrmd to in the preceding section. a
soc. 3. Bo it further easeta, That all b
aws nds parta of laws in ondlist with this p
Let are hereby repeales.


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br Contract Law.

The above bill is similar to a law now
in force in Georgia. The constitutionality
of the law was tested in the case of lamar
vs. the State of Georgia, sad the Supreme
Court of that State decided that the act
did not violate the constitutional inhibit-
ion against in.pri m n-t for debt. The
head notes of that decision follow:
Lamar v Tme State.
(Head Note.)
"1. An act of the General Assmbly,
approved August 1, 1BI, provides that
if any person shall contract with another
to perform for him services of any kind,
with intent to procure money or other
thing of value thereby, and not to per-
form the services cotrated for, to the
loss and damage of the hirer, or, after
having so contracted, shall procure money
or other thing of value from the hirer,
with intent not to perform the services,
to the loss and damage of the hirer, he
shall be deemed a common cheat and
swindler, and shall be punished as for a
misdemeanor. HELD, tat such mt does
not violate the coa itutioal inhibition
against imp owm- t for debt; the legis-
lative purpose being not to punish for a
failure to comply with the obligtion, but
by the fraudulent intetion with which
the money or other thing of value was
procured.
"2. The evidence warranted the ver-
diet, and there was so abuse of disertion
in refusing to grant a new trisL
"Submitted May 16; decided June 8,
In another ease in Georgia where a man
was actually mpri ed under the eat,
and the coastitutioaty of it was tested
the supreme Court very dary ddned
the Btte's position in the following, all
the justices concurring:
Accusation of Misdemearm Before
Judge Grifin. City Court of Valdosta,
April 15, 1904.
Wilcox & Johnson for Plaintiff in Er-
ror. 8. M. Varandoe, Solicitor, contra.
"Cobb, J. The accused was prosecuted
under the provisions of the act approved I
August 16, 190 (Aets 1906, p. 90); which I
are set forth in the rt head note. In t
Calhoun's ease, 119 G 311, which was
aiso a prosecution under this act, mo ques-
tion of the comstitutionality of the mt t
was raised, but attention was thee called
to the fact that the legislation was proba-
bly the result of prior decisions of this f
Court under the laws in reference to f
cheating and swindlig. In addition to c
the esses cited in Calhous ease, e Edge i
v. State, 114 Ga. 113. In the present d
ase he accusation was demurred to on I
the ground that the act provided for im- u
prisonment for debt; and if this objection t
a well taken, the set is vod. Civil Oode s
ee. 5718. If the at preseribes a punish- 8
nmet for a simple violation of a eontratal
obligation, it is beyond the power of the t
General Assembly. But if it prpoe is p
o punish for fraudulm ad deeotful g
practices, it is val even though the o
'rad or deceit may arise from the failure n
o comply with a contractual obligtion. e
Fraudulent practices which result in one
obtaining money or property of another a
were, in a number of instances, denounced b
s crimes by the ommon law; and by k
statute, both in England and in this coun-
ry, a number of suh practices have been h
declared to be crimes, although the yar- c
icular practice was not embraced within 1
he definition of any common law offese. w
]he right of the law making power to de- k
re fraudulen'practies a erime does not a
eem to have ever been seriously ques-
ioned. The various setions.embraced in it
he chapter of our Penal Cod, which deals
rith the subjects of heats and swindlers, ti
how that not only me many of the frad- k
lent practices which were condemned at q
common law still erimes in thi State, p
ut that the General Assembly has from fo
ime to time created other offeses which pi
re based upon such practices. See Penal
rode, Sections 068 et seq. The Genera
assembly cannot under o of a statute pr
relating a criminal offense, impri one to
rho has failed to pay a debt; but if one m
1 becoming a debtor perptrt upon m
another a fraudulent practice, it is not m
beyond the province of the law making tio
power to denounce as a crime the fraudu- co
at practice and imprion himn who has th


bees guilty of ths practice, notwittand-
ing be may be at the same time under the
obligation of a debtor t him upun whom
the fraud wa pracied. It i reasonably
clear that in eating the statute now
under cosideration te legislative puoe
was not to ish one simply for failr
to pay a eb but was to pumi the aet
of Peuri the money or property of -
other with a fraudalt inet mot to
perform the service te pr to do
which wa the sideration r uh
moy or property. This -ti -he
the prsurt as very dearly rn that of
the State v. Coal Company, M TLn. U
36 Am. St. Rep. 68, which was cited and
relied upon by the plaintiff in ero. Nor
does our decision necessarily com t with
that in Carr vs. State, 106 Ala. 6, 64 Am.
St. ep. 1, also cited by plaintiff i. orsr.
The Court construed the state involved
in that ae in suck a way a to make it
chief purpose the collection of a debt by
duress of impr-wemt; sad if ti mo-
struction was right, the conelmion iuvfta-
bly followed. There was o error in over-
ruling the demurrer. The evidence a-
bhorized the verdict, and no reason appears
for reversing the judgment
"Jdagment irmed. All th i jutice
concur."

The Reeord urges itAs rmaer in Florida
to disu this matter with their ii-
lators. In the meantime let s have your
suggestions for pubHlationa.
We appeal to ymo to aid us in this ght
for right.

8HOTTER CAWIT BUT PRODUCER OR
FACTOR.
The time wa not over four .or ie
years ago whea producers and factors,
too, were on the very verip of rain There
was no unity among factors, or did po-
duers have any omdeaf in eahk other
or know what to do. Tbe exporters, the
chief and leading maipuator of whom
was one P. ottr, handled the mar-
kret ally as they pleaded. Proder
u meet their obtitiont so howr ad
aetors had exha.ted th r reoure
something had to be dome. The odarm
ot together ad bhgan to zt ad*i
ims for t ilves and learn mse
bch other. haters began to t dme r
together adl aid m ihel ing the
io. Mr. Shottr and S rea, the
Naval Stores view, made light o asmh
Ition. Soon thing began to look better
or both produmr and factor. T be-
n to gt closer to eac dther al
ach other better. Fetom sooa quit war-
ag with each other and joined the pro-
cers in their work for bette tlin
esulta a quick and certain.
mity there is stragth, and the stronger
he unity the greater the power for re-
ults. Price wmet up in spite of Mr.
hotter.
In the spring of 1908 Mr. bShtter coa-
ended that 38 to 40 eegnt was the pr
riee for turpentine. Notwit-n l1g
ret effort were made.by faor ad
therm to get him to aid in the 45 enmt
minimum, he refused. Thea certain
rates got together and put a man in the
avamnah market with a bid of 46,
ets. As soon as this was done pri
egan going up. The producers' a
ept racing the pries till 58 seats was
mached, thus defeating Mr. Shotter aad
is gang in their scheme to get 38 to 40
met spirits. In the spring of 190, a year
go, Mr. Shotter and his allid inteat s
anted cheaper tmurpenie, bit he hardly
new how to get it The Operators Tak
nd Wareho e Copany had bee or-
aimed with a detrm~ -*ku to keep spir-
a to 50 cents and rosin to good prices.
[r. Shotter was under contract to take
me eloed port's stuf an Savannah mar-
t basis and he was afraid to have the
operators' Tank and Warehone Company
Son the Savanmah market. He, there
re, was forced to aid the producer in
ries last summer, there being way
ut of it
Seeing that he could not be down
ices and seeing tat producer ad fe-
ra were working together for the com-
on good and that their standing together
eant defeat for hii in manipulating the
market as of old, he decided a other tao
E. The frst step was to get rid of the
tract at Jacksonville, so he noticed
e factors that the eOntret would terml-


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Tm CHRISTIE GROOVER oa co,-

WHOLESALE DRUDDISTS.


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GUY'S BOWLING AND BILLIARD PARLORS.
120-122-124-126 WEST FORSYTH SimtMLLI. JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA.
h M amf MOe Yaew aftmm s MW n Y~ flW nsamnmW Awau.


ate p 1, 195, it being provided that
it b d terminate upon giving notice a
year ahead.
Thu we are brought to 195.
Some weeks ago a afernmes was held
ia Savanah looking to future plans. At
thi emferenos was presented a proposed
coteat whk a self-specting factor
or prodmemr osld comet to for a mo-
ment. Mr. Shtter proposed that the fac-
twr ma thmelves anad their sucoessors
to not aid prodMP west of the Alabama
river, havir that gsat taritory to him
for ve lon yar. God Almighty nor
the frames of the Cotitatuio of the
Uited states ner contemplated any
asuk restrietim ae mn or trade and the
gall diep ai thi proposition, which
waua au umatlo, is beyond the com-
preheo h of all deenmt uminess men, and
Lt oy to com from the minds of those
who desire to ee turpetine men reduced
to srf&wnB He refused to buy Florida
staff aW leger at Bavanah prie. The
propa d eaitrbut provided ralh as
would agMe him to manipulae the Jack-
movills and BSvarah markets in sueh a
way u to give M all the advantage and
the produeers -e
The fators refused to consider such a
coetrmed for a ingle moment. Immedi-
ately Mr. hitter began a campaign of


trying to coerce producers and factors by
offering to buy them with special induce-
ments. It is learned that he proposed to
buy the majority of the capital stock of
one concern in Jacksonville and get one
of its managers to do his bidding for at-
tractive considerations. But again he
was defeated, for the firm referred to is
as true as steel. Never for a moment
would that manager sell himself and pro-
ducers into the hands of Mr. Shotter. He
will no doubt make attractive propositions
to other factors, but not a factor in the
naval stores business will join in or con-
sider any of Mr. Shatter's propositions or
aid him directly or indirectly in his efforts
to demoralize the business for his own
purposes by any morsels of pottage he
may present in the way of inducements
or enticing offers. In the same way he is
trying to buy the operators in the Tampa
territory by offering alluring and tempt-
ing bait. As the fisherman who puts on
the speared hook a tempting worm, that
the poor foolish fish may be induced to
bite and be caught, so is this arch enemy
to the producer and factor presenting en-
ticing bait to the producer, that he, like
the fish, will be caught also. But as no
factor can be bought by any such bait,
so no producer can either. Mr. Shotter
is not acquainted with the producers. He


seems to think they have no more sense
than the fishes of the sea. He will learn
a thing or two before he gets through.
He can't buy them. They are going to
stand together and from now on control
their own business.
The Record does not believe there will
be a single traitor in the camp in this fight.
It doesn't believe Mr. Shotter has money
enough to buy a single producer or fac-
tor.
All will stand true together.
TAMPA NAVAL STORES CO.
One of the lar naval stores corpora-
tions opening bus in Florida recently
is the Tampa NV Stores Co., factors
and dealers in producers supplies, Tampa,
Fla., whose advertiement with special an-
nouncement will found elsewhere in
these columns.
Tampa was at one time quite an im-
portant naval stores port, and the or-
ganization of this new company there,
with amp r'liL ans that it will
again cof t. M notice in naval
stores s t itg -pespecially is this
to be bi eu that the
vice press manager of the
company oll, who is well
known to ben active, energetic and con-
scientious business man of exceptional


ability, one who enjoys the implicit coal-
decne of every one with whom he has deal-
ings by reonf his honorable and com-
mendable methk, and he is equally pop
ular in social lifa

Mr. ID J. Perry, Manager the Border
ville Turpentine Company of Borden-
ville, Fl., was in the city last Tuesday.
Mr. Goe Matto, a poplar turpentine
operator of Orange Prk, was i the city
last Wednesday attending to business ad
receiving congratulations from his many
friends on account of the arrival at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Mattox of a fin
boy, who will be known as Gos, Jr.

M L BEAN. C. L DEAn.
(Femedry Ben & Lam.)
FLORIDA PAP ONPA
Deklers in all kinds of
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Teiphm- 19g7. Jacksmville.
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TAMPA, FLORIDA.


NAVAL STORES FACTORS,


DEALERS IN SUPPLIES.




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of commission. .




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F. M. DOWLING COMPANY.
WHOLESALE GROCERS.
PILOVYIONS. GRAIN. HAY, FLOUR. GRITS rnd MEAL.
JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA.


TIME NGEO LABOR AND THE LAW.
A prominent operator writes us the fol-
lowing, which i well take. We believe
the po cited in the enmm- ni".- n,
wi e good, are covered, however, in
the contract bill which The Record
will pr seat this semion of the Florida
L.gis i, a draft of which bill appears
in to-day'. Record. This is a most im-
portant matter ad we hope all turpentine
men wil look into the matter thoroughly,
discuss it with their legislators, and then
that the Legislature, in th multitude of
counsel, evolve a wise m re which shall
met all the req moments in putting an
ed to abes tht ow so freely exist.
The letter from the operator in question
follows:
Morriston, Fl., March 23, 1905.
Mr. J. A. Hollomon, Jacksonville, Fla.:
Dear ir-We wish to say a few words
further in favor of a law to make these
gres pay their honest debts. A labor
conret law is O. K, but there are lots
of aroes who will not sign a contract
and lts of negroes can lay up for weeks
asik and get way in our debt for doctor
bills and other things, and nine times out
of t when "Mr. Negro" is well, he walks
of and leaves us to pay all bills and we
cannot make him pay us.
Again, a egro an come and perhaps
borrow a tfw allars with the promise to
work it aot, and instead of going to work
like a man, he beats around and trades all
he can in the commissary, and when we
pall down ea him for work he walks off
ad we lIae the account.
Now, why shouldn't all such cases be
mais "false pretense" and have the negro
heavily uead or pat in the county jail
Sueh a law would beat the contract law,
and then we could collect any account,
whher it was in writing or not, and we
operators would be much better off. Again,
such a law would help the law question.
There is not a negro m Florida but what
owes some operator an account, and some
of tem owe lots of operators, when if
they would be made to pay thee accounts
they would have to work more, when, as
it s, they eaa borrow money and get mer-
heBmdise and skip of to a neighboring
town and live several weeks of of our
mmesy. What we want is some law so that
wh n a egro prommes to work, or has
been at wvrk, sad walks off with an ac-
cout behind, is to make him pay it or go
back sad work it out.
Think over the matter, and you will see
that such a law would be comntitutional
and would cover the entire field must bet-
ter than the contract law does.


GOORGIA LIMIS COMBINE

Thlre Ralroad Ar Cmaealidated Under
-y - -- -
oe Management.
Wayeros, Ga, March 30.-Announce-
ment was alially made in Wajpem last
might that the Wadley and MouaiVernon
Raiload, the Douglas, A usta and Gulf
Raiboad and the Ocilla, Pine Bloom and
Vadota Railroad had passed into ue
sands, and that the management Vl
changed in a short time. .
The purchasers of the o0ba4 *e J. E.
Wadley, J. S dl d L Parker,
all of Waycrom, the e associated
with them w from Augusta,
Douglas along the lines.
It is new owners will
_t to build a line from Au-
e with some point on the
new officers of the consolidated
will be J. E. Wadley, president
ad general manager; J. S. Bailey, vice
president, and G. G. Parker, superinten-
Sdent of construction and of the machinery
-deapertmant.
Mr. Wadley is manager of the Way-
eros Light and Power Company and is a
brother of George Dole Wadley, general
manager of the Atlantic and Birmingham
Railway.


SUGGESTS A BOX CUTTING LAW.
DeFuniak Springs, Fla., March 27, 1905.
Industrial Record, Jacksonville, Fla.:
How would it do to have a bill passed
at the next meeting of the Legislature
to restrict the box cut
No boxes cut or cups put up until Nov.
1st, and none cut or put up after Febru-
ary
No chipping to commence until March
15th and to stop the last of September?
I think a bill of this kind would be of
great benefit to our industry.
Yours truly,
D. E. RICHARDSON.

Mr. W. M. Davis, of Davis & McNeill,
prominent operators of Orlando, Fla., has
purchased a fine race horse, which he paid
one thousand dollars for.

*H IOBWINON.PPr.. H.IL GALAU Chier
W. B. OWEN. VirPres.

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Nails, later Tools, Copper Nail and
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AMONG THE OPERATORS.
Mr. F. P. Edwards, a leading naval
stores operator of Rusell, Fla., was in
Jacksonville this week.
Messrs. W. C. Jackson and J. C. Ed-
wards, two prominent operator from
Green Cove Springs, were registered at
the Aragon several days this week.
Mr. J. M. Sutherland, of Peoria, Fla.,
was here last Monday.
Mr. S. W. Allen, of Duval, was among
the leading operators here this week.
Mr. J. L. Knight, of Dewey, was in
Jacksadville last Tuesday.
Mr. J. M. Watson, prominent manu-
facturer of naval stores of Durbin, Fa.,
was a guest of the Aragon one day this
week.
Messrs. W. B. Willis and W. T. Jen-
kins, of the firm of Jenkins & Willis, of
Dupont, Fla, were here last Monday on
business.
Mr. W. M. Mattox, of Cartesville, and
Mr. H. W. Mattox, of West Tocoi, Fla.,
were among the leading operators here
this week.
Mr. P. L Sutherland spent several days
in Savannah this week.
Mr. J. S. Smith, of Waller, was in the
city hat Tuesday.
Mr. William Pritchett, a prominent
business man of Dublin, Ga., was in the
city several days this week.
Mr. A. D. Covington ws in Sanmnnah
this week attending to business.
Mr. George Pritchett, a leading oper-
atar of Titusville, Fa, spent a few days
in Jacksonville this week.
Mr. B. G. Skinner, of Hgn, la, was
among the operators in the city this week.
Mr. S, X. inson, of Leesburg, Fla., was
a visitor to the city last Monday.
Mr. B. iX Edwards, a prominent oper-
ator of Iawty, Fla., was here to-day.
Mr. D. McKeithen, Manager Hillman-
Suthernland Company's fine place at
Baldwin, Fla, was in town last Wednes-
day.
Mr. J. W. Ward, Jr., an etensiv op-
erator of Morl City, wa here this week.
Mr. J. O. XmTe, of prominent operator
and cross tie manufacturer of Lake City
and Mt. Carrie, was in the city last Tues-
day.
Mr. Drew, of the Arm of Drew & Con-
oy, of Oveida, Fa., was here several days
this week.
Major T. C. and Mr. R. 8. Hall, two lead-
ig operators of Oeal, Fla., were in the
city ast week.
Mr. R. L. Ivey, of eLand, Fa., was
here last Monday.
Captain W. J. Hillman, of Live Oak,
Fla., was in the ity lat week.
Mr. John C. Powell, inspector of naval
stores for th port of Fernsdina, was in
the city last week.
Mr. G. M. Johnson, of Reddiek, Fla.,
was registered at the Duval last Monday.
Mr. T. B. Handley, of Mayo, Fla., has
purchased the large turpentine interests
of Callahan, Colwael & Company, located
at Lakeland.
Mr. J. Sumerall, of Blackshear, Ga.,
was in the city several days this week,
and says that he is in the market for a
good location.
Messrs. Brown & McDonald, of Fitager-
ald, Ga., were in Jacksonville this week
on business. I


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N. G. #AWt D. W. McARTHBUR, JOB KI, JR.,
PASUIbm,-- Seetary and Treasurer. NManW.


JOE KING. JR. CO.



YELLOW PINE

LUMBER


DIRECTORS:
D. W. ccArthur,
D. B. Morrien,
R. D. Melia,
Joe Kin Jr.
Cable Addres:
UKingrco."
Southard's Code.


offices 3
301-302 DyaI-VUpharch 15W
JACKSONVILLE.
rLoLIDA.


NMtbrook Fla.

Wiliston, Fia.



Capacity:
2scoam eet Per
Mneth.


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SOUTHERN STATES LAND & TIME COMPANY.

nVIU WEL6U, AMar.


Florida Timber, Grazing &


AgMwtural Lands.

401-404 LAW CX.IbIu. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.


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WEAR E TEST OF QUALITY


It is cheaper to Our Shoes are Sma-y,
make Shoes in and looks count, but ou
the South than forte is the WEARING
in other sec- OUALITY.
tions. The dif- Many Shoes are good
ference oes in- looking when you fir get
to the material them, but they don't stay o.
of our Shoe. Our Shoes hae better
material in m than other,
and that is why
V THEY KEEP THEIR
SHAPE and wear longer
than other

sop Ma lse an we will have ur Salesms cad an yu.

CRADDOCK-TERRY CO.
The South's Larget Shoe Manufacturer

LYNCHBUR.G. VIRGINIA.


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1THE W LY UTI ECOD.
/ 14 THE WMEKLY INDUSTRIAL RECORD.


Operates and. Factors at Savannah

Eathusiastic for the Export Comppany

An enthusiastic meeting of naval stores 'With the subscriptions received yes-
producers and factors was held in Savan- terday the amount already pledged by
nah yesterday to discuss the plans for the producers alone is over $500,000. As
th Naval Stor Export Co, which com- a large number of operators will meet in
pay it was decided to organize at a Pensacola April 6 in a gathering similar
mastiog held in Jacksonville last week. to the ones held in Jacksonville and in
Enthadastie address were made by J. P. this city, it is expected that the amount
Williams, H. A. Mceacher J. Ches- needed from operators will be over-sub-
nutt, P. L. Sutherland and several other scribed."
factors and operators. The Savannah
Morning News, of this date, has the fol- CROP CONDITIONS IN FLORIDA.
lowig nerniag this meeting: Jacksonville, Fla, March 29-Section
"In a meeting composed of about 100 Director Mitchell, in his Florida crop and
naval staes produce of the Savannah weather report for the week ended yes-
trritory and representative of all the terday, says: "The week was warmer
f e irms of this ty, held in the than the normal, with sufficient rain over
tam artillery HaU yesterday, the the greater portion of the State. There
plans for forming an export company were some locally heavy rains that did
with a capital of $1,000,0 as outlined slight damage to vegetables on lowlands.
at the reet Jacksonville meeting were The nights were somewhat cooler than
indoreed and liberal subsriptios made the normal, and as a consequence cutworms
to the capital stock. injured some plants. The bulk of the
The meeting consisted of two sessions, con crop has been planted, and a large
the first called to order at 11 o'clock, last- acrege has been planted to cotton; some
until 1:30, the second at 3:30, lasdig early planted is above ground. Vegetables
4:30. Two were made necessary be- a pushing forward very well; they are
caas of the ateness of some of the pro- later than the average; shipments are in-
der in reaching the city. Mr. J. C. cresing. Melons and cantaloupe are
Shingler, of Asdburn, Ga., was made advancing nicely. Citrus trees protected
charmoa and Mr. Frank Dusenbury from the cold of winter show more bloom
secutry5. than trees not protected; pineapples are
"The situation was reviewed by a doing nicely."
number of operators' and factors in in-
formal talks, after which the resolutions lqAT FACTlRY AT ORLANDO
as adopted at the Jacksonville meeting
were read sad endorsed without a dissent- Peat used for fuel is formed by the
ing voie. These explain that the new growth and decay of sphagnum moss, and
eanditiom in the trade make it appear ad- there are extensive beds of it near Or-
visable to form an export company to land, Fla., which wiljjMniu be devel-
market the stuff in a fair and equitable oped. J. M. C0l( "- .o ll o, is the
way to all concerned in the trade, promoter of the he been
"The plan of raising the $1,000,000 eapi- quietly at work M tbo'iw tion for
tal is that operators are to take $600,000 dome time. He h&lsi equipment
before factors are approached; that these of machinery and w a portion of
are to take another 600,000, and that the it in operation in ApriLEl plant will
remaining $15,000 is to be held in the have a capacity of from 40 to 50 tons of
treasury to be issued to those who may the dried peat bricks each day of ten
enter the isines later. hours.


ANOTHER FERzTIIZR SOURCE.
It may be interesting to know that
while there are some who are giving their
attention to the utilization of nitrogen
from the air, others are as equally de
termined to investigate sources for secur-
ing phosphates and potash. In all eases
the greatest difficulty met is the expense
of production. According to the "National
Geographic Magazine," artesian well water
may be resorted to at a certain point, the
particulars of which are a follows:
"Investigations carried on during tlh
last year by 8. W. MeCalie Assistant
State Geologist of eorga, acting in o-
operation with the United States Geologi-
cal Survey, have revealed the presence of
interesting and perhaps valuable proper-
ties in some of the artesian waters in the
coastal plain of that State. Water take
from a deep well at Bsaley showed an
analysis 5.5 parts per 10,000 of phos-
phorie acid, which would indicate that it
might be used for fertiliing as well as for
irrigating barren field. In other words,
it may be acceptable to the desert land as
both food and drink. It is estimated that
a layer of this phspri aidd-bearing
water 12 inheh deep over 1 acre of land
would exert a fertiliing effect equal to
that of 200 pounds of commercial fertil-
ier."
While we do not attempt to cast doubt
upon the statement made above, it may
well be required if it s not much cheaper
to purchase 200 pounds of commercial fer-
tilizers than to attempt to cover the
ground to the depth of 12 inches with
water in order to accomplish a result
equivalent to the application of 200 pounds
of commercial fertilizer on the same area
as mentioned, by way of comparison, in
the able item. In all matters pertaining
to the discoveries of new sources of plant
foods the item of first cost in the prime
factor, and it may well be claimed that
the fertilized water mentioned will proba-
bly be useless to farmers unless it can, in
some manner, be applied to a large num-
ber of farms under an approved system of,
irrigation.


MINING SULPHUR WITH *shAIL
One of the peuliar weders of the
United States I the remarkable and ap-
parently inexhautible deposit of pue
sulphur which exists near the line a4 the
Southern Pacile, in Cleasieu Parish, Lau-
isiana, at the little village of Sulphur.
Many years ag the existed of sulphur
had been accidentally demonmrated, -an
investigation revealed the immensity of.
the beds beneath the bar prairies, says
the New York Evening Post. Attempt at
shafting bad bees defeated by the exist-
ence of a grat stratum of quicksand
above the sulphur, which was some O0
feet below the srfa After a series of
erude efforts to shaft, glant iron eastings,
arranged to it into each other in the mun-
newe of eer pie were laded on the
coast inthe --g'%orhood of Avry's Il-
and, and rolled acros the co mtry som
forty miles to the sem of the labor, bt,-
after much effort and expense, the pn
to sink the iron circles wer declared fu-
ult.
The sulphur beds e -that part at the
prriri, under whih the sinsal Hi, final-
Spsse ito the rands of Standaed ol
people, and even they woe mahle for a
long time to realize upon the inv stt.
Numerous attempts were made to over-
come the natural disadvantage wit~M
success.
The plans, which were finally sucessful,
were unique in modern mining. The ap-
partus consists of a ginte battery of
oilers, plenty of stem, and a few 3 or
4-ienh stee shaft driven or bored throh
the earth into the sulphur deposit. St
was forced in with beavy prm we through
one of the shafts or wells into the sulphur
mass. The beat gradually reduced the l-
phur to liquid, and the pmessur from the
steam forced the melted sulphur out of
the other wells or shafts to the -rfaas,
where it flowed a molten, gold a,
into prop red vats. When
cooled, it was blke and shiped in huk,
being nearly 8 per et pure, and worth
at the mine nS per taon


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The Cooperage Company



Manufacturers of High Grade


Western White Oak Spirit Barrels




Capital $100,900


JACKSONVILLE. FLA.

Orders sent direct to us will receive prompt -and careful attention.
We are now prepared to furnish barrels from six shops advantageously located.


OFFICE RS ~
J. C. LITTLE, President. JOHN E. HARRIS, Vioe-President.
E. H. MOTE, General Manager. C. H. BARNES, Secretary and Treasurr.

DIRECTORS:


J. C. LITTLE,


JOHN E. HARRIS,
W. C.OWLL,


C. H. BARNES,
W. F. COACHMAN.


J. W. WEST,
E. H. MOTE.


W. J. KELLY


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THE WEEKLY INDUSTRIAL RECORD. 15
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THE


COVINGTON


Co.


JACKSONVILLE. FLA.



8h SHOES -
Wholesale: DRY GOOS.


"'Success


For Our


Customers


is Success


For Us."


ABSTRACTS
Tme -a Tax Altretbs, Map, ete.,
at klr trata n all parts of Florida ad
Botth OrSvi, prepared for owner ad
hitMeiu plduMn. ONmpoiMMe
bolieted.

REALTY TITLE All TRUST GO,
JAW z ras f t us 00
Law Ux*-n Blg., Jakaomille, M11

WM. D. JONES


FAMILY DRUQQIST
107 S. BAY ST.
MAW eards Sienrd.


O3Dn TYOUR

Whiskies


Wirnes



HENRY FREE

The Omf y p.et.Dn Mail
Oder men laI the Soutk.
ix ad as Clay tret ad Sm0 W. Bay.
JACKeNVU.L FLA.






BRICK.


Capkrafy al Yard 800.000 Per Month.



THOSE. HIUTCHINSON
rUil Ct Ar AUCKUTU
PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTS
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16 T WNUKLY LiiuUjbwxIAL RNPOOGD.


THE *

AI# tic. National Bank of Jackenville.
IrHwD atA28 DUPQwIaOY.
Ca il ad a h .............. ................ 4arsco so
-M. ... ................ . ......... xM oooo
In addiMto to our egular hakag buio, we maintain a Saving Deparb-
mtM Ame g orwmmntfRmL pain trest quarter y.
We ho for et Safe t B in burglar and fanty vaults at ra-
.onhh rat, Vi mout orr year.

C. H. HARGRAVES CO.,

WHOLESALE GROCERS

Grain. Hay, Feed
Speola attentie tom TurpMentle .ad Sawaill Me's Rewquiarenmea
A FLORIDA NIRM FOR FI-OVlPnlIA1
514-516 -518-520-522- 524-526 EAST BAY SK LL I
Jacksonville, Fla.


wmaou IaT -TAT sAW aML. seaorA ar
ifmum Catwir Mde.. Liast r u*asntab-e Sabae rzoq Adeed at Tfftm,
oee8lS, Julyz, 1g04o
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name: Net CamU
Pdm a a .. 0. A CansiUaam Druawik, Fernanina asl Jmavsl.
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At a o Oas fral rTts Lts
Maw MUll Aoiation, U ast Jacoumill ,
b, March 15, lkw the foBlowing Clai-
lmeMto and le r taI pMtm of Y*A
low PhI were ealally ao&ted. N metiv
.a-te- -and tupaeties ed YTm

Gmeral lm MAll bumbsr muet be
aond, wl manuae d, ful to is ud
saw batted; fre fronr unmound, loom and
hollow knote, worm ad knot holm;
through shake, or round ehake that
how the surface; aqumrs adg unle
otherwise Ipmriled A through uhake is
hereby d le to be through or eonected
fromX d to aide, or edg to edge, or side
to edge In the meame--m t of drmed
lumber the with and thickness of the
lumber hefao drsbmi mn Mt b take;
be th an one Inch thik shua be measured
s am inch.
a or Aamd. l


Flooring hall ebrae four ad five
c tartr inre in thidwasm by there to
x nches in width. For eampl: 1x3,
4, a ad 6; lx, 4, ad .
Board
Board aha embritee aBl thicknem es
uder aone and a half ioake by seven
inebh and up wide, neludaing oe and a
half inches in thicnems by even in with.
For example: % 1, 1% d 1%l iahe1
thik by 7 inehe ud 1p, wide.
Scantling hall embrace all oam from
two to A ieho in thikna= sand two to
ixb inches i width. -For example: 2x.,
tx3, s, 2sx, Uk x33, 3sx, s 3x, 4x4,
4x5, i4x, rfz and G~
Plank hall embrace all saes from one
and oem-half to ix inches in thickness.
not including six inches by seven inches
and up in width. For example: 1%, ,
2 4, 54% 5%, j, %T anhm
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Dimeamon simes an embrace all aies
6 inches and up in thinrekm by sev
Inehes and up in width, elnuding mIx by
ix. For example: e7, x7R, 7, Tx,
and up.

topping shall embrace o to two and
a half inhe in hiaek by av inche
and up in width. For mam oe 1, 1%,
1%, 2 and %x7 and up. in dt.
Roumh Ude r tir.
Rough Edge or Flitah sall embree all
sire one inch and up in thihke by iht
inehs and up in width, awed a tw
sides only. For example: 1, 1%, 3, 4
and up thick by eight ie up w ia,
sawed on two sides ely.

NSPECTION.
Sataard.
All lumber shall be found, map no ob-
jetion. Wan may b allowed oe-eihth
of the width of the pieoe meeurmd area
face of wane, ex'unding one-fourth of the
length on one eorer or its equivalent a
two or nare eormers.
All sie under nine Inaes sall show
heart entire length on ae side or edge;
sime nine inches vd over hall show
heart the entire length on two opposite
side. Wane may b allowed c-eighth of
the width of the phce meured aeroe
face of wane, ad eteadin e-forth of
the leanth of the piee on corner or
its equivalent on two or more eorers.

Seantling aball ow heart on two faces
the entire length; other aos shall show
two-thirds heart tire length o two
opposite ides. On not exceeding 5 per
cent. of the pieae, wane may be allowed
one-eighth of the width of the piece mes-
ured aeros face of wane and extending
one-fourth of the length of the piase on
one corner or it equivalent on two or
More e.rera.


Old srLI table me uH =1= o
new oes. Phheg throus the e-
try a spealty. -bdre y mE or
or win wel r p t attdr
at either ie tL. UMrIg wurha
FA ETV C.
lRom.i JUA.


"sARVA, GA
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10.000 Ares w Timber ........................ $
40.000 ................... . S. 50 to 5.00
50000 ..... ........... per Aer.W
26.000 Acres V rgin Timber.........
20ooo ..................... 50 to 00
150.000 ....
192000M .....................)
anea Mr sum dbses

BROBSTON. FENDIG & CO.






East Coast Lumber Co.
ROUOH AND DRESSED

LONG LEAF YELLOW PINE.

Bundled Rosin Barrel Staves in Carload Lots.
Stemer Shipme ts a Specty.
WATE.TOWN. rLORIDA.


C. N. IMRI, 1reO


& &, 9W. Vineo-"


am" assw, eS.-Trm


BARNES & JESSUP COMPANY,
NAVAL STORE FACTORS.-

Exporters of Pure Turpentines and Rosins
Strsy a Pra e" C9emamY. 6mea1g ,
oGraes -id WedLbts GUrmMtesm
Deavrlssem at Jasu w Peams msin. rsn ume*1. ma Savaumi
Cswerrm Seadtel JM.cgL f lum J A









iJACKSONVILE, LA.
McMURRAY & BAKER,


a "O In toul 1uh Dfh Hfoeen ai n s. rer

ft wet sure b Westm eM fta e r" uin.


JACKSONVILLE, FLA.


- WS WAM Z* A 11161-111 !1 VALUM


losses ----------- --- 099--88-- ---------------- ----


McMILLAN BROS.,

Florida Copper Works.


Turpentine Stills
a" "Noarm o ~M V Werher


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TEHE WVEEllY JiwU8,rILAL RCORD. 17


Buyers' Directory

It ye weat amytiig lek
tlwagr b t din gmulsd st aud
wreit to tin Ilrw appear
tberela. TI nM ord guartees
a pgremt respem

Realty TtI and Trust C
ACCOUNTAT&I
T. .G Hauthinson, Jaksonville, Fl.
DAMNS.
Atleie Neatm Bank, Jadm svilh, r.
Oommma l Bank, Jakdmvillu, 1h.
Ob.tr NaUeotl a nk, 02a16, I.
Florida Bank & Trot Co, Jacksonville,
Fla.
Natital Bank eo JaLksmevilla
BOXK8 AMD CRATMK
Cesmer Imber ON, JmssevilUls .l
NOWLIGW AD BWT IW AB
Guy's Bowlng and Billiard Parlors, Jack-

tr, a ., Jr, Jaknvll, Fla.
*1h% supply 0., f116ThJekac-


lo gs o.J adrmlin FNI
_CLOTWO A


Ka1, r.ehontt & Oa., Jacksortlle, Fi.
vasmanan I-CHATa.
Daily & Mmtgmery, New York City.
T.r, But & Os, New York City.
aftr ThIab d Trst Co.
COOPW-F
OIa Os. Thb, Qrmsair O
J---l OB--KB OBa vlfJlha.i
oak Jasl1mvil

CROCKXtY.
Kaight Crockery Co, Jaekoville, Ha.
Kirk & Joem, Jakremwill, a.
Chri.tle-Groover Drug Co., Jacksonville,
jrn.
DRUOS-WOr WeAl

Fla.
DRY M N 0- WHOIA eaA
- O, The, Jmkmvirflm, JHk
Kan.a Frekltt nal Os, Ja.Jacokvlsl, Pi.
Herry Jaobi Jacknvill Fla.
NUmTUC SVPPLU&
Florida Eletric Co, Jacksaville, Fia.
Iani bhard Works saWyr O A-
K si Sfmi Os., J. 8a, Maeom, Ga.
ta n O, Ja.n
bours & Co, Wn. A., Jacksonville, Fla.

topy ., J ak.savalaho, l a.
Hamgraves BU OBs., J.a 11 Maso., GI.
FORL
souhaen r 7 B pply ak Os, The, Jack-


amws uita 1 Os, Jaekaille, Fa.

C(aig & Bro, J. A. Jabmknvlls, Fa.
Kouh, Furaett & Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
Ra CL-0 IL A, Jadeavill, Fla.
Stanard Clothing O0, JACksoarille, a.


oGIGERW AL AT


Live Oak O, I WorJksa, ve Oak, Fla.
Jobsh OFes, W. B, JJackasnv, Fa.
Wia Osbo., J. P, Savannah, Ga.


oun Co, John o., Savannah, Ga.
WBo Co, Wi. A., Jakonville, F
GINGER ALE.
LUve Oak Bottlin Works, Live Oak. Fla.
RATS-W')T ATiL
Kohn, Foreigott & Oas, Jacksonvile, Fla.

BSue d BloBB OB, Tha, Jack7viills, Fa.
INr I wm OBs.. W. H.VlMoataGa.
Marion Hardware o, O02 HIa.F
=NT Oa, J. Bl, L =TB5 Z&.


HARCs.M
MeMurray & B.akr, J. knomla, Na.
Vehicle and Harneas Co.. Jacksonville. la
HAY AMD GRAIN.
Bours & Co, Wm. A., Jacksonville, Fa.
HATS.
B& Bro., J. A, Jacknonvils, a.
Rfre Co., H. A, Jacksom eS, Ha.
Standard Clothing Co., JakasoMvill, FP..
HOTELS
Aragon, The, Jacksonvlal, MF.
Hotel Brtholdi, Nw York City.
Roseland, Jackonville, Fa.
St. George, Jacksonville, Fa.
IRON WORKS&
Lombard Iron Works & Supply O., An-
gust, Ga.
Merrill-teva Os ., JadmNsvo lsi r
Murphy, T., Jacksonville, Fla
Behosd's Soas Co., J. 5., Mason, Ga.
INiSURANCE.
Loren H. Green & Co., Jacksonville, Fla.

OGeeleaf Crosby Oo., Jacksoville, H.
Hess & Blager, Jacksonville, Fla
LIQUORS
Blum & Co., Cham, Jackoavfill, F
Hanne Bros., JackaoavillB, F.
Muller, Gus, Jacksonville, Fl
Myeron, Max, Jacksonville, Fla
Alftayer & Flatau Liquor Co, Masm, Ga.
Eureka Saloon, Jacksonville, Fl.
anEICnAS
Spemcer Medieine Co, Chattnaaoo Tea
Southern Maufaeturing Co., Jackonville,

Chr=stie-Groover Drug Co. Jacksonville
Fla.
Christie-Groover Drug Co., Jacksonville

Realty Title and Trust Co.
MACHINE WORKS.
Lombard Iron Works & Bupply Co, Au-
gust&, Ga.
Murphy, T., Jacksonvlla, A.
Sehoaeld's ao Co., J. ., Maeon, Ga.
MATERIALS FOR xuPa.uMLlMs PRO-
CKS"-
Sehodeld's So- O., J. 8., Maoa, Ga.
MEAT&
Kingan & O., Ltd., Jakeoatvllse, A
MXTAL WORKKU.
Baker, A., Brunwidk, Ga
MeMillan Bros., Savanah, Ga.
MaI SUPPLIES.
Brigg Hardware C., W. H.,Valdota, Ga.
Marion Hardware Oo., Oeala, Fa.
aShofld'a Sons Co., J. ., Masou, Ga.
Tampa Hardware Co., Tampa, Fa.
Weed Co., J. D., Svannah, Ga.
NAILS.
alem Nail Co., New York ity.
HAVAL STORES
Baily & Montgomery, New York, N. Y.
Barnes-Jeaup Co, The, Jackso-vills Fla
Consolidatd Naval Storm Oa., Jackson-
vaile, Fa.
Standard Naval Storm o., Jacksaville,
Tolar, Hart & Co., New York, N. Y.
Union Naval Stores Co., Mobile, Ala.
Williams Co., J. P., Savannah, Ga.
Young Co., John B., Stvaah, Ga.
Tampa Naval Stores Co, Tampa, Fla.
PAINTS
Bond & Bouro Co., Jacksovillav H .
PHOSPHATE SUPPLIES
Briggs Hardware o, W. H, Vsaldsta, Ge.
Camphell J. R., Ole,, FiA.
Marion Hardware Co, Orala, Fla.
Tampa Hardware Co., Tampa, Fla.
PUMPs.
Merrill-Stevens Co., Jacksonville F.
Sehoield's Sons o., J. 8., Maeon, J
White-Blakelee Mfg. O., Bir-hm`i-g-.
Aln.
TANK STORAGE.
National Tank & Export O., JSvannah,
Ga.
REAL ESTATE.
Rrobaton. Fendig & Co., Jaeckonvile, Fa.
Blount Real Estate Co., Ocala, Fla.
Christie. J. D., Jacksonville, Fla.
LAvingston & Sons, J. H, Oeala Fla.
Southern States Land and Timber O.,
Stewart & Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
Hedricks Real Estate Agency, Jackson-
ville, Fla.
We.t-.aey-Rannd co., The, Jacksonville,
Fia.
Sras.
Diabold Safe and Lock Co.. Jacksonville,
Fla.
SBo Co., W JDS.
BourS' & Co., Win. A., Jacksonville, Fla.


SHIP YARDS
Cummer Lumber Oa., Jacksormle, Va.
Merrll-Stevem Os. Jasme mil,. Fia.
8HOS--WROZIALIE.
ovingtoan Co., The, Jas nill., Fla.
STEAIMS.
Clyde Steamship s, T, New York City.
South Atlantic Steamship Line, Jackson-
ville and Ferandina, Fa.
STOCK *BOK3Rit
Holmres A OC.,eauel P, JaSemivlls ,a.
TAhLMO
Renfroe Qo., H. A., Jadskavills, Fa.
TALKING MACHUIS.
Metropolitan Talking Machine Co., Jack-
sonville, Fla.
TANKS.
Cypren Tank Co, MoblW, Al.
Davis & Son, G. M, PlaJtka, Fa.
.Sehodeld's Sons Oa, J. L., Mase, Ga.
TITLES AND TAX ABSTRACT.
Realty Title and Trust C.
auieVmseaNEi APPhAIVUS.
Chattanooga PUttary Oa. Jaksarrwl, kn.
The Wire Virgin Gum O,Tifton, Ga.
A UNWEWAjsE PROCIS.
The E. C. Hemmer Co., Bavamah, Ga.
luIPui ua STILLS.
Baker, M. A., Braunwiek, O.
MeMillan Bros.. Savamnah, Q
Davis t So, G. M, Palatk, Fa
TURPDETMn VATA.
Davis & Son, 0. M, Plaatka, Ha.


R. 8. HALL, Pres T. C. HALL, V.P. and Mfr. L J. Ki1 see. and Trees.


MARION HARDWARE CO.,

HARDWARE, MILL AND

TURPENTINE SUPPLIES,
OCALA, FLORIDA.



H. A. Renfroe Co.


TAILORS Stetson Hats

Suit to Order t RadyMad ice Mi Ordern Ghivr Pmaa Afthhuh
439 W. Bay Street JACKSONVILE, PLA.

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J. P. WInrLIA Presiet.
T. A. JnIan s, ae Vie-Presidet.
H. L. KAro. Sertary.


J. A. G. Onnos, In Vice-PeU ent
B. G. Whrte, ?,erru.


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combined.
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Tuesday, Apr. 18, at 3:00 pm. .APACHE...... Sunday, Apr. 23, at 7:30 am
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friday, Apr. 21, at 3:00 p..COMANCHE... Wednesday, Apr. 26, at 10:30 am
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For rate, etc., addremn


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JACKSOMVILL. AND IVBWNADIA.


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CARTER L RUSSELL PUB. CO.


MEMO






W. A. GALLAHER and E. A. CHAPLAIN, VIxc-Pa`ssDxws.


DILECTOLS i C. B. Roger, W. A. Gallaher, E. A. Champlain, H. A. McEaehern and J. A. Cranfod, of Jakamvile;
B. F. Bllard, Tampa; C. M. Covington, Pensacola.


CONSOLIDATED


GROCERY


Co.


PAID UP CAPITAL $5oo,ooo.

Main Office and Storage Rooms, Jacksonville, Fla., with Branches In Tampa, Pensacola, Fa.,
and Savannah, Ga.

The Consolidated Grocery Company is successor to the C. B. Rogers Company, of Jacksonville; the Florida Grocery Company
of Jacksonville; the grocery branch of Florida Naval Stores and Commission Company, of Jacksonville; the grocery branch of the
Mutual Naval Stores Company, of Jacksonville; the grocery branch of the Gulf Naval Stores Company, of Tampa; the grocery branch
of the Gulf Naval Stores Company, of Pensacola; the grocery branch of the West Coast Naval Stores Company, of Pensacola; the
grocery branch of the Southern Naval Stores Company, of Savannah.


Will handle everything in Heavy and Light Groceries, Grain, Pro-
visions, Domestic and imported Groceries, Turpentine Tools, etc.


Shipments to all points that can be reached the cheapest through the branch stores of the Company, and prompt
attention given all orders through the main office and branches.


The Jacksonville Storage Rooms of the


Consolidated


Grocery


Company


Cma1st a owe Tnree.Story BulldWa, 70x200; me two-story belidlig. 50x390g; e oe.-story bldIdal, 80x280,
makilag the latest space of amy Compamy of the kIdd Ia the Soeth.


CONSOLIDATED


GROCERY


CO.,


Headquarters Corner Bay and Bridge Sts., Jacksonville, Fla.
Branches Tampa. Fla., Pensacola. rFl., and Savannah. Ga.
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I Two of the Patters we show in our Catalogue.
SPECIAL VALUES IN STERLING SILVER.


Ttn. Greenleaf f
"Rose" Crosby Com y
Teaspoons, o pr do. -e4r=pe anb
Dessert Spoon, Sx6.oo per do.
Table Spo, 623.00 per .n itb
Dessert Forks Siaoo per des.
Table Frks, 023.00 per os.
e K.ni.vt S per 41 West Bay Strte
Table Knives, 023.00 per do. aoo
NO CHARGE FOR
ENGRAVING. Tt as.. ft b" o a" oM" QI
k Siah P~rm aih~-Ia.. ~ -y


THE
"Gernania"

Teaupo s9.oo per des.
Dessert SpoOM, $.5 per de
Table SpooM, 5340 per &M.
Dessert Forks, $1650 per ess.
Table perk, *s3.50 per els.
Dessert Knaive, ijoo, per la.
Table Kairve, a oo per des.
WE PAY EXPRESS
CHARGES.


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