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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: May 6, 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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President, W. C. POWELL; Vice-Presid ents, who with the President, constitute the Directory and Board of Managers, W. F. COACHMAN, B. F. BU.-
LARD, H. L. COVINGTON, I. A. McEACHERN, JOHN R.YOUNG, J. A. CRANFORD, D. IL MeMILLAN, C. DOWN-
ING, J. R. SAUNDERS, C. B. ROGERS, Auditor, JOHN HENDERSON.


CONSOLIDATED

NAVAL STORES

.. COMPANY..


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.
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SYARDS AT JACKSONVILLE, SAVANNAH, FERNANDINA AND PENSACOLA

All Producers are Invited to Call or Correspond.

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WEEKLY INDUSTRIAL


RECORD.


FPLU EVY FRIDAY. DEVOTED TO THE NAVAL STORE, LUMNER AND MANUFACTURING VIaINAF
commion QI ei wsrr f uIwgs er Amidin S.b Sr DU 5L m Cdaraidia, a an -M O ue. d 0m Ams
Asutdim Ahsa Apt V. Oft, 303, 6i Gio d1UIs Seem~ Cinb& Osus Si by Gn0 --pil Aesw~C& MG. si A11


nmfnrce at the Port of Jackson

villk for the Month of April


Lumber shipment from the port of
Jackmevill by veel show a falling off
for the month Apr in comparison with
the p-rios t.
There i also a falling of in the num-
ber of vesses entering ad clearing at the
uatom hose during the month, and a
fa i of in the total touage of the
The total shipments of lumber for the
month of Aprl were s follows: feet
Ph es .te.......... ..13,89,3506
Cypress, coatwie ........ 1,700,00
Cromtir eoatwise ........ 1,172,000
P foreign .. .......... .. 1,34,162
Total .. .... ....... ..18,115,81
During the month of April 101 vessels
entered or cleared at the custom house.
The tonage of the vessels aggregated
1200W and the total number of men em-
ployed an these vessels was r M
ifty vsels, of an aggregate tonnage
of 40,707 and employing 1,312 men, en-
tered, of which forty-two were from
eastwime aad eight frm foreign ports.
Fifty-ome vessel of a aregate tona-
nage of 6s1,3 and employing 1,39 men,
cleared, of which forty-tve were for
coastwis ports ad six were for foreign
parta.
Of the vessels entering from coastwise
ports tw ty-oe were steam, nineteen
sal and two were bargs.
Four of the vessels fromoreign ports
were steamers and four were s ng craft.
Of the veels clearing for coatwise
ports, twesty-four were steam, seventeen
al an four were barges.
During the month of March, ML sixty
vee entered and sixty-one vessels
lesa Of those entering, forty-eight
were from eoeatwise ports and twelve
* fr foreign ports. Of those clearing,
forty-eight were for oastwise and thirteen
for foreign prts. The total tonnage of
the vsels entering during March was
686M and the total tonnage of vessels
leaning was 7,1136 This show a decided
falling of during the month of April.
Some of the different ca no doubt be
accounted for by the faet tht the last
day of April falling Sunday, makes the
record of the en hom oue dose with
Saturday, the Sth, while in March the
records were for the full month of thirty-
oe day. y
At the p es time theL ar about 1f-
tean sailing veemels in port to take on car-
goes of lumber, while on the Arst of April
there were not more than seva or eight
essels here.
The records show that during the month
of April, 190, the total shipments of lum-
ber amounted to ,113,I51 feet, of which
14~41,7 feet were to coastwie ports
and A48,750 feet were to foreign port.
During the month of March, 1905, the
sipmets amounted to 21,124,5 feet of
lumber, of which 19,08,89S feet were to
eaatwise ports and 2,6,S42f feet were to
foreign part.
The total shipments of lumber of all
kids from the port of Jaeksoville since
the first of January, 1906, amount to 76,-
908,44 feet, agalnt 6,076,193 for the
ame period lst year and 28,97,783 feet
for the Arst four months of the year 1903.
The lumber shipments, by months, dur-
ing present year, have been as follows:
190. Coatwise. Foreign.
January .. .. .. 15,0,480 3,461,763
February...... ..16,352,7 2,784,525
March ....- .. ..19MSM 2,07,642
April.... .... ..16,721,3 1,394,525
Total .......1679,7W 9,728,455
The shipmeta during April averaged
68083 feet per day, and the average per


month, since January 1, 1905, has been
19,227,061 feet.
During April last year the average per
day was 670,40, and the average per
month, for the first four months of 1904,
was 16,m03.
The total of all coastwise shipments, as
shown by the custom house records during
the month of April, is as follows: Pine
lumber, coastwise, 13,849,35 feet; cypress
lumber, coastwise, 1,700,000 feet; cross-
ties, 29,300, equal to 1,17200 feet at 40
feet to the cros tie; shingles, 3,725,000;
naval store, 20200 barrels; kaolin clay,
8,840 sacks; vegetables, 44,500 crates;
bales of cotton, 1,200; cotton seed oil, 1,-
900 barrels; boxes of tobacco, 50; cases
of cigars, 150; miscellaneous products, 52,-
704 packages.
The shipments to foreign ports during
the month amounted to 1,394,55 feet of
pine lumber and 783 packages of general
merchandise. The total value of foreign
exports amounted to $ 7,79.91.
The freights received during the month,
from coastwise ports were as follows:
Flour, 1,820 barrels; sugar, 1,400 barrels;
bacon, 1,540 boxes; potatoes, 1,700 barrels;
oil, 1,700 barrels; petroleum, 8960 bar-
rels; gasoline, 3,750 barrels; coal, 7,375
tons; cement, 11,00 sacks, and 5,400 bar-
rels; fertilizer material, 6,250 toms; shoes,
12,975 eases; alt, 450 sacks; nails, 1,400
kegs; paper, 1,774 rolls; feed, 00 sids;
fertilizer, 1,0 saeks; meal, 900 sacks;
steel rails, 1,338 pieces; iron pipe, 400
pieces, machinery, 900 crates; cartridges,
700 eases; miscellaneous merchandise, 72,-
080 packages.
The imports from foreign ports during
the month consisted of 3,250 tons of iron
pyrites for the manufacture of fertilizer,
25 barrels of leaf tobacco, 5 cases of
eigers, 55 cases of jewelry, smokers' arti-
cles, glass and earthenware, ete, 50 eases
whisky and numerous miscellaneous arti-
cles. The total value of the imports for
the month was $14,148.5
FPfI SPECIAL DITION.
The following appeared in the Florida
Daily Times-Union of this week:
"The Industrial Record, which is now
prparing to move into its handsome new
building at Newnan and Bay streets, will
issue early in June one of the largest and
handsomest trade numbers ever put out
by *a trade publication in the South.
"Mr. Lee Langley, a newspaper man of
wide experience, who has for years been
on the editorial staff of the Baltimore
Manufacturers' Record, has been engaged
by the Industrial Record Company to
write, compile and otherwise prepare this
edition, and this alone is a guarantee that
it will be one of the most potent factors
ever conceived in Jacksonville for attract-
ing attention to the phenomenal growth
of the city and for advertising what Jack-
soville really is all over the world. To a
Times-Union reporter last night Mr.
Langley said:
"'My idea is to cover improvements
made and proposed, street by street, and
include all suburban additions. This will
include, of course, new companies organ-
ised, new business started; in fact, as I
told you, a clean, clear balance sheet of
the past twelve months' business, Anan-
cial and industrial.'
"There will be from ten to twenty thou-
sand copies of this edition circulated in
addition to the Record's regular list,
through the railroad immigration bu-
reaus throughout the United States. The
Industrial Record is one of the most en-
terprising trade journals in the country.
"It has been a great success and has de-
served the success it has won."


Great Development ommpany


Ocers lecteL
Directors-H. A. MeEachern, Edwin
Brobston, J. A. Holloman, W. B. Owen,
C. E. Garner, D. T. Gerow, L H. Welch,
John J. Upehurch, George W. Wilson,
Raymond Cay, A. S. Hubbard, W. R. Car-
ter, D. H. McMillan.

Auditing Committee.
W. T. Cotter, Willis M. Ball, John Hen-
derson.

Executive committee will be elected
later by the Board of Directors.

Executive Obaw
Elected by Board of Direetors after the
meeting of the stockholders.

President-H. A. MeEachern.
Vice President-Edwin Brobston.
Secretary and Treasnrer-J. A. Hollo
mon.
The offices of the company will be in
the Industrial Record building, corner of
Bay and Newnan, first Boor, where con-
venient fixtures are to be installed and
every arrangement made to facilitate the
transaction of the character and extent
of the business of the new company.
At a meeting of the stockholders of the
Jacksonville Development Company at the
Board of Trade rooms Moaday nigt, an
organization was perfected whieh inaurn
for Jacksonville a corporate with large
capital and represent every industry
and every class for the development of the
city upon a plan more in the interest of
the wage-earner and the man of small
means than those who are furnishing the
capital which is pushing Jacksonville so
rapidly to the front.
The Jacksonville Development Com-
pany, with a capital stock of M50,000,
was fully organized and launched Monday
night upon a plan which insures the sue-
cess of the enterprise, as well as the
building of homes for those who are to
take advantage of the plan, either for
profit or for securing homes, the seurin
and locating of manufacturing plants and
other things for the upbuilding of Jack-
sonville.
The Board of Directors named include
the most influential business men of the
city and State, and insures a careful and
painstaking administration of a company
which has as a membership those who
represent every class which go to make up
a city. The first meeting of the stock-
holders was a demonstration which prom-
ises the success of the company. There
was more than a majority of the stock
represented, and those who were there to
participate in the proceedings for the or-
ganization of the company were men with
a purpose in view.
The meeting was held in accordance
with a regular call, and when it was called
to order there were eighty-three per cent
present, besides scores of proxies, repre-
senting over 6,000 shares of the company,
which has in its plan 10,000 shares of
stock.
H. A. MeEachern, who had been select-
ed as the president of the company by
the organizers, and who is to be retained
in that position, called the meeting to
order, and concisely and briefly referred
to the objects of the company. His ad-
dress was more in the nature of a sincere
and confidential talk with the stockhold-
ers than a speech, but he instilled great
confidence in the movement and carefully
and systematically outlined the general


anized in Jacksonville

plan upon which the company wa to op-
erate. He said, in part.
Cempanys Pan OutleS.
"When the plan upon which this com-
pany has been organized was preseted to
me, some time ago, I gave it careful study.
The first matter which came to mX mind
was whether or not the company its
character and operation would ome int
competition with other established inter-
ests in Jacksonville. It was along thin
line that I gave the matter the moat ars-
ful attention, and I determined in my
mind and with my humble judgment that
there was nothing in what was popod
which would coliet with the establish
business of any particular branch tof bs-
ness. As the general scheme had in view
the building of homes, the first ida lre-
sented was that there was a
of its coming into comet with the a -
tects of Jacksonville. This claim was i
fact made by some of my friends, but w
considered the matter carefully sad sareed
that as the plan d a its greatest ob-
ject the building of homes, that the archi-
tects of Jacksonville (and we mn to
patronize home enterprise), could be call-
ed upon to submit plans for homes all-
ing for a cost of various amounts to be
classifed, to the directorate, sad that
these plans could be kept o hand. In the
event of the acceptance of any plan the
architect who wna the author of it cold
be paid a fair priee. In this way it ap
peared clear to those who confrred with
me in reference to this pripositan, -
well as myself, that all arhitects would
be protected.
"Then the matter of contractors and
builders came up. I am referring to tse
interests to show that the promoters of
this company had in view every interest
and every enterprise and that they are-
fully guarded against the injury to any
of the many business ventures which have
been making such a susee of the re-
building of Jacksonville. It was deter-
mined that the contractors would rally
prost by the plan, for it is a self-evident
proposition that the scheme is to provide
for homes and for an increase in the bui-
nesw of contractors and builder This
being the ease, with the object in view of
treating all alike, the contractors ar to
really reap a beneat from the pla
"This company means a great deal to
Jacksonville. It lls a want which exist
here more than in any other city in the
South. This city is growing rapidly and
there is a demand for homes hen which
can be met only through the istrum -
tality of such a company as this. Three
is to be nothing in the operation of this
company which will be a detriment to a
industry or enterprise already etiwshhe
What I have sad of te arehiteets and
the contractors is also true of the real es-
tate men. No company is to have an ad-
vantage. All are to treated alike if
the plan of the company is to be followed.
Protecting to Wage Earea.
"Before I close I want to make a few
suggestions. We are undertaking a eat
work. We must undertake it carefully
and must have at mind the interests of
those whom the directors are to represent.
We must act carefully. While we will
and ought to have a careful board of di-
rectors, we must bear in mind that the
greatest object is economy in admitra-
tion. While I agree with some of theos
with whom I have consulted that those
who are to have charge of the affairs of
the company should be paid, I believe
that the salaries should be made as small
as meets a fair compensation for the r-






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Whiskies, Gins,

Rums,
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per gallon.
Agency for Lewis 1866 and
Mount Vernon Pure Rye
Whiskies
Controllers Blum's Monogram and Syl
van Rye-Agents for Jungs, Cinein-
nati and Pabt Milwaukee Beenr.
Prices on application.
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vices they render. We are undertaking in
one branch of the company the charge of
the wages of those who depend upon their
labor for a living and their advancement
in life. This is one of the most sacred
duties which has ever fallen to individ-
uals and corporations, and it behooves us
to-night to consider the plan and to act
with the best interests of this class with
which we are to deal. The best interests
of this company demand this and the best
interests of Jacksonville make it neces-
sary that we act with a view to promot-
ing the interests of this class.
Asked to Work Faithflly.
"In conclusion, I want to ask all stock-
holders to work faithfully for the inter-
ests of the company, for in so doing they
are to advance, not only their own per-
sonal interests, but the interests of the
wage-earners, the interests of the city as
a whole, and their own personal interests
as well. Guard well the company's gener-
al plan and see to it so far as you can
that those who are to be identified with
us compromise a class who are first of all
honest, next industrious, and by all means
capable of meeting all the obligations
which they may contract through us. I
hope that we are to meet with success.
The plan is a good one. It is a mark of
enterprise and development, founded upon
the best and the most equitable plan
which I know. Let us be guided by the
policy of honesty, safety and have in mind
always the best interests of the stock-
holders and the city of Jacksonville."
The brief address of Mr. MeEachern fell
with the greatest weight upon those pres-
ent. All of them listened with deep in-
terest and appreciated the sincerity which
came with every sentence. It was an as-
surance of honesty and integrity, as well
as an assurance of success.
The reading of the charter by Judge W.
B. Owen was the next order of business.
The charter, which had already been in-
dorsed by the seal of the State of Florida,
was unanimously approved. The charter
gives the company unlimited privileges
within its sphere and is an instrument
which was carefully prepared. It was in-
dorsed with great acclaim.
Following the reading of the charter
came the reading of the by-laws by Judge
Owen. So carefully had the by-laws been
prepared that with the large attendance
and with the great interest and careful
consideration of every feature, there was
not a material change. The by-laws cor-
respond with the charter to the utmost
degree, and give to the stockholders every
privilege and point of vantage. The fact
that those who first saw the necessity of
such a company and put into active op-
eration the plans for its organization, had
in view only the best interests of all con-
cerned, was fully demonsrated by the
reading of the by-laws, which are liberal
but safe.
Nominating Committee.
Following the reading of the by-laws,
Captain W. B. Corbett moved that a
committee of seven be appointed by the
chair to nominate a Board of Directors
and an Auditing Board, which, according
to a vote by the stockholders present, was
to be comprised of those who were not
members of the Board of Directors. Chair-
man McEachern named the following on
the nominating committee:
W. P. oorbett, W. C. Powell, T. W.
Haney, P. D. Cassidey, G. F. Barber, D.
P. Myerson, Jr., and L. I. Rosborough.
The committee was absent about fifteen
minutes and returned with a report sub-
mitted by Captain Corbett, recommending
the Board of Directors, which were elected
unanimously, the secretary being instruct-
ed to cast the vote.
The Auditing Committee was also rec-
ommended by the committee with the
same result. The three gentlemen were
elected unanimously.
Following the meeting of the stockhold-
ers the Board of Directors met and elected
officers.
The by-laws, which were read by Judge
Owen, and approved with slight amend-
ments, are liberal in the extreme as con-
cerns stockholders, and guarantee the
greatest protection to those who have or
will subscribe stock.


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Growth and Importance of the Rice Ind&stry


"The Rice Industry of the United
States" is diseused by Beymour Bell,
British commercial agent at Chiago, in a
report to the British foreign office, a copy
of which has just been received by the
department of commerce and labor. The
report is of especial importance in view
of the fact that the United States in 1904
became a rise exporting, instead of a rice
importing nation, increasing her exports
50 per enat., and decreasing her imports
0 per eat., as compared with the tran-
maction o the preceding year. In the
calendar year 1904 the importations of
rice Into the United States amounted to
137,000000 pounds, as against 178,000,000
in 19M, a decrease of 41,00,000; while the
exports of rice (including the shipments to
Hawaii and Porto Rio) were 138,000,000
as against 92,000000 in 1903. In 1903 the
purchases of foreign-grown rice by the
United States exceeded its sales of that
staple abroad by 86000,00 pounds, where-
as in 1904 the sales abroad slightly ex-
ceeded the importations of rice.
In view of these developments the fol-
lowing abridgement of Mr. Bell's report
will be of interest:
Rice cultivation in the United States
has become an important industry. Dur-
ing the Ascal year 1800 the production was
250,80,4 1 pounds, the land under rice
cultivation was 34218 acres. This year
it is calculated that the yield will be
about 470,00000 pounds, the land planted
with rice being 643,400 acres. Notwith-
standing this large increase, it is still in-
sufficient to meet the home demand.
Before 1800 the rice production in the
United States was practically limited to
the alluvial lands of the Carolinas, Geor-
gia, Florida and Louisiana. When labor
conditions were altered after the civil
war, the production in the eastern states
decreased considerably. When machinery
was adapted to rice production and it was
discovered that the prairie lands of south-
western Louisiana and Southern Texas,
with their impervious subeoils, would dry
before the rice harvest sufficiently to sup-
port machinery, there was a revolution in
the rice industry.
SFifteen years ago there was scarcely a
barrel of commercial rice produced in
what is now known as the prairie riee
section of Texas, which extends 400 miles
along the Gulf Coast, and contains some
of the most fertile lands on this continent.
These lands were then valued at 25 cents
to $1.50 per acre. To-day improved lands
are worth on an average of $12.50 per acre.
Within the territory there are about thirty
rice mills with a daily capacity of over
0,000 barrels of rice.
By 18B8 the canal and the deep well sys-
tem of irrigation had been satisfactorily
tested, and the rice industry was rapidly
extending along safe lines. At this date
it was found that too large a percentage
of the machine-handled rice was liable to
breakage in milling. The attention of the
United States department of agriculture
was called to this fact, and measures were
immediately taken to remedy the defect
and to overacme the difficulty by the in-
tmdeetiUo of new varieties. The depart-


ment's work resulted in the introduction
of a variety from Japan known as Kiushu,
which has given very satisfactory results.
The Kiushu variety is known for its
short, thick kernels and thin hull. It
takes on but little polish, and the percent-
age of bran is small.
Japanese growers consider the following
points important for the successful grow-
ing of rice.
1. The seed should be pure bred, of even
quality and size of grain.
2. Any light or imperfect grains should
be removed. This is done in Japan by
soaking the seed rice in water several days
until it is about ready to sprout, when it
is thrown into salt water of 1.3 specific
gravity and allowed to remain two min-
utes, being gently stirred meanwhile. The
light grains will float, the others are re-
moved, washed in cold water and planted.
When a seed drill is to be used the damp
seed i first dried by being rolled in the
ashes of rice straw.
3. Even sprouting of the grains is very
essential to even ripening of the crop.
This is accomplished by previously soak-
ing the seed as above stated.
The seed is sown in March and April.
A later crop is sometimes sown in June.
For this the white seed is used on account
of early maturity.
In a report issued by the census bureau,
June 23, 1902, and covering eighty estab-
lishments, it is shown that since 1880 the
number of rice mills in the United States
increased 264 per cent., capital 363 per
cent., and value of products 178 per cent.
This report noted that the increase in
Louisiana and Texas was very marked,
their production having advanced from 75,-
753,856 pounds in 1890 to 179,919,203
pounds in 1900. The statistics indicated
that the industry is being transferred
from the South Atlantic States to Texas
and Louisiana, and later reliable statis-
tics have hinted out a continued change
in this respect
The effect of successful irrigation on the
prairie lands was a rise in value of such
lands. In 1888 these lands could be ob-
tained at from $1 to 3.50 per acre, ac-
cording to their facility for cultivation.
Some of these lands are now held at an
average of $30 and a few choice locations
bring as much as $50 per acre.
Before the civil war the planter realized
4 or 5 per cent on his investment in the
rice business, valuing his slaves employed
at from $500 to $800 per head and reck-
oning them as part of his investment. The
planter now realizes from 6 to 10 per cent
on the investment.
The following is a comparison of the
value of rice lands with wheat lands in
various states:
Average value per acre-
Rice, coast country .............. .$0.00
Wheat:
Indiana ......... .............. 371
Illinois ........................ 8.32
Iowa ........................... 9.20
Kansas ......................... 9.73
Mimouri ....................... 7.88
The following figures on the expense
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Florida Bank and Trust Company
Capital $1.000.000.00. Jacksonville. Fla.
S Pnr~OSAL OF STATl. COVMTY AND CITY rvFUN
W. P. COACHMAN Presdet. W. S. JENNINGS. Vice President.
W. A. MDDMI3. dMeu ARITHU F. PERRY, Vice President
1. P. PL JONG. Jr., Trust ofcer
Baselves- dep o aeeounm of tdividualas. rms, corporattons and bana. Pays 4 per
e = e des taum eas sae deposit boxes. Bys and sells foreign exchange and
Aeta as Ue, trater gMtl, registrar nid sal agent for corporations and
2*gjijgss. nKU al t smbuch as executor trustee under will or appointment
eOf-, eeer an guardian
VniU-lae iYnias. Ameanma seBaetd. Cerrmee-r Invid.


PROPOSED CHARTER OF THE AMERI-
CAN OAK LATHER TANNING
COMPANY.
The undersigned inmorporators hereby
associate themselves together for the pur-
pose of forming a corporation under the
laws of the State of Florida, and adopt
the following articles of incorporation:
L
The name of this corporation shall be
THE AMERICAN OAK LEATHER TAN-
NING COMPANY, and its business shall
be conducted in the State of Florida, and
in other States of the United States of
America, and in foreign countries, wher-
ever necessary or convenient. The princi-
pal ffee of the corporation shall be lo-
cated in the city of Jacksonville, Florida.
IL
The general nature of the business to be
transacted by said corporation shall be to
manufacture and buy and sell, both at
wholesale and retail, the hides and skins
of all saala, ad to tan and manufacture
the same by any process, and sell and
market the same, both at wholesale and
retail; and to own, construct and operate
tanneries, factories, plants, buildings and
machinery, necessary for the same; to
buy, sell and mortgage real estate; and to
manufacture and sell the hair obtained
from the hidead and skins, d all other
by-prodel thereof; and to manufacture
by any process, buy and sell, tannie acid,
chemicals, oils and greases, used in and
about the manufacture of leather; and
to manufacture and sell boots and shoes,
gloves and hares, and all articles manu-
factured or made from leather; to own,
buy and sell, live stock, rolling stock, and
to own and operate railways, vessels, light-
era, horses awl wagons or other means of
transportation, to transport the property
or products owned or controlled by this
corporation, but not for the purposes of
doing the business of a common carrier;
to own, bay and sell and trade in, both
at wholesale and retail, dry goods, groc-
erie, hardware, produce, lumber and naval
stores, or other kds of merchandise; to
mortgage, lease or convey the property of
the eopation, and to borrow money and
secure the ame by mot, bonds, mort-
gages or deeds; and to purchase, receive,
hold for collateal and make advances upon
the stock, bonds, notes or other obliga-
tions of other corporations, including
corporation pursuing the same kind or
kinds of business transacted by this com-
pany; ad generally to have, exercise and
enjoy, all the rights, powers and privileges
Shneidet to corporations for proft, char-
tered, organized or existing under and by
virtue of the laws of the State of Florida.
I.L
The amount of the capital stock of said
eorporatl shall be Thirty Thousand Dol-
larm, to be divided into three hundred
ab.re of the r value of O. Hpdred
Dollars each. Al or ay part of said itoek
may be payable in mowy, property, labor
or services, at the discretion of the Board
of Diretors The corporation shall have
a lim upon all shares of stock of any
stockholder who may become indebted to
the corporation, either for the amount un-
paid n his stock subscription, or any
other indebtednas whatsoever, with the
right to sell and dispose of such stock,
or sch portion thereof as may be neces-
sary to pay such indebtedness, at either
public or private sale, and upon such no-
tice or terms as the Board of Directors
may determine and with the further right
to transfer smeh stock until full payment
of sh indebtedness.
IV.
The term for which this corporation


shall exist, shall be ninety-nine years.
The business of the corporation shall be
conducted by the following officers. A
president, a vice-president, a general mana-
ger, a secretary and a treasurer, and a
Board of not less than three, nor more
than thirteen directors. The offices of
secretary and treasurer may be held by the
same person. The directors shall be an-
nually elected by the stockholders at their
regular meeting, and the other officers
named above shall be elected by the Di-
rectors. The Board of Directors, by a res-
olution passed by a majority of the whole
Board, may designate not less than three
nor more than seven Directors to consti-
tute an executive committee, which com-


mittee, to the extent and in the manner
provided by said resolution, or by the by-
laws, shall have and may exercise the
powers of the Board of Diretors, in the
management of the business and affairs
of this corporation. The duties and pow-
ers of the officers of this company \shall
be prescribed by the by-laws of this com-
pany or by resolution of the Board of
Directors, either or both, and the by-laws
may be adopted by resolution of a major-
ity of the Directors at any regular or spee-
ial meeting, and amended in the same
manner. The annual meeting of the stock-
holders shall be held on the Arst Monday
in June in each year, but the date many be
changed by the Directors. The frat an-
nual meeting shall be held in the city of
Jacksonville, Florida, on Monday, June
5th, 1905, at 11 o'clock a. m., at the Board
of Trade building, for the purpose of ac-
cepting this charter, electing officers, and
completing the organisation of this cor-
poration.
VI.
Until the officers elected at the first an-
nual meeting are qualified, the business
of this corporation shall be conducted by
the following named officers: President,
C. E. Garner; Vice-President, W. F. Coach-
man; General Manager, C. H. Mann; Sec-
retary and Treasurer, A. F. Perry. Direc-
tors: W. F. Coachman, C. H. Mann, C. E.
Garner, A. F. Perry, Edwin Brobston,
Raymond Cay, D. T. Gerow, D. H. MeMil-
lan, H. A. McEachern, L. N. Wilkie, J. C.


Little, C. B. Rogers and W. E. Brown.
VI.
The highest amount of indebtedness to
which this corporation shall at an
subject itself, sall be twice the amount of
the authorized capital stock.
VIII.
The names and residence of the subscri-
bers, and the amount of capital stock sub-
scribed by each, re as follows:
I. IL A. MeEachern, Jacksonvile, FIl.
25 shares.
2. Chas. H. Mann, Jacksonville, Fla., 25
shares.
3. C. E. Garner, Jacksonville, Fla., 25
shares.
4. A. F. Perry, Jacksonville, Fla., 10
shares.
5. Edwin Brobston, Jacksonville, Fla.,
5 shares.
Raymond Cay ,Jacksonville, Fla., 10
shares.
7. D. T. Gerow, Jacksonville, Fa., 10
shares.
8. D. H. McMillan, Jacksonville, Fla.,
25 shares.
9. W. F. Coachman, Jacksonville, Fla.,
25 shares.
10. L. N. Wilkie, Jacksonville, Fla., 25
shares.
11. J. C. Little, Jacksonville, Fla, 10
shares.
12. C. B. Rogers, Jacksonville, Fla, 10
shares.
13. W. E. Brown, Jacksonville, Fla, 25
shares.


Tut putihe Operators' Association States Some Interesting Facts

DEAR SIR:-I BEG TO CALL YOUR ATTENTION TO A FEW THINGS OF INTEREST TO US ALL
THE OPERATORS AND FACTORS ARE ON ON E SID AMD S. SHOTTR AND HIS ASSOCIATES ON THE
OTHER SIDE IN A GREAT FIGHT FOR THE CONTROL OF THE NAVAL STORES PRODUCT. THE OPERATORS F3EL
THAT THE TIME HAS COME WHEN THEY SHOULD SEE THAT. THEIR INTERESTS ARE PROTECTED AGAINST THE
ENEMY OF GOOD AND STABLE PRICES FOR THEIR PRODUCTS, WHILE MR. SHOTTER AND HIS ASEMCIATE8 ARE
FIGHTING TO KEEP THE BUSINESS WHERE THEY CAN MANIPULATE IT TO THEIR OWN ADVANTAGE. MR. SOT-
TER SAID NOT LONG SINCE THAT 35- FOR TURPENTINE WAS ABOUT WHAT THE CROP WOULD BRING. HE RE-
FUSED TO SAY THAT HE WAS WILLING TO SUSTAIN A 45c. PRICE, AND RELIABLE INFORMATION COMES THAT
HE OFFERED TURPENTINE FOR SUMMER DELIVERY AT 45. THIS WAS WHEN THE EXPORTERS EXPECTED TO
MAKE SUCH A CONTRACT WITH FACTORS AS WOULD ENABLE THEM TO BEAT THE PRICE DOWN TOWARDS 40.
THEIR CONTRACT SCHEME DID NOT WORK. IN THAT PROPOSED CONTRACT THEY REFUSED TO PAY SAVANNAH
PRICES AT JACKSONVILLE, FERNANDINA AND PENSACOLA. THEY ALWAYS REFUSED TO PAY ANYTHING LIKE
SAVANNAH PRICES AT TAMPA. BUT NOTE THE CHANGE. AS SOON AS WE ORGArIZE AN EXPORT COMPANY OF
OF OUR OWN TO TAKE CARE OF OUR INTERESTS THEY ANNOUNCE THAT THEY WILL PAY SAVANNAH PRIES
AT ALL THE CLOSED PORTS, INCLUDING TAMPA. THEY ARE SENDING MEN AROUND MAKING ALL KIND OP
PROMISES. THEY ARE SENDING OUT ALL KINDS OF CIRCULARS, ONE UNDER THE NAME OF TH1 TAMA NAVAL
STORES CO., ANOTHER UNDER THE NAME OF THE STANDARD NAVAL STORES CO, AND STILL ANOTHER UNDER
THE NAME OF "NO JOKER," ETC. NOW, WHAT IS ALL THIS FOR? THEY TOLD A PRODUCER THAT THEY EXPUCT-
ED TO SPEND asooo OR MORE IN BREAKING DOWN THE NEW EXPORT CO. THIS EXPLAINS THE WHOLE MAT-
TER. MR. SHOTTER AND HIS GANG CAN AFFORD TO SPEND HUNDREDS OF THOUSANDS TO BREAK DOWN THU
OPERATORS IN ANY MOVEMENTS THEY UNDERTAKE. AS SOON AS THE NEW EXPORT CO. ANNOUNCED THAT IT
WOULD UNDERTAKE TO HANDLE HALF THE CROP AT THE GREATEST PRICES EVER OFFERED BY ANY COM-
PANY IN THE WORLD, THEN SHOTTER SENT OUT LTTTERS OFFERING MORE, KNOWING AT THE SAME TIM
THE OPERATORS WOULD NOT SELL TO HIM. WHY DID HE NOT SHOW HIS FRIENDSHIP TO THE OPERATORS IN
THE DAYS GONE BY? HE HAS TAKEN THE PRODUCERS AS IGNORANT FOOLS, BUT HE IS MISTAKEN; WE WILL
SHOW WHAT WE ARE.
I DON'T THINK THERE IS DANGER OF A SINGLE TRAITOR IN THE CAMP, FOR I BELIEVE EVERY OPERATOR
WILL STAND SQUARE AND BE LOYAL TO THIS CAUSE, BUT I CALL YOUR ATTENTION TO THESE FACTS AD IM-
PRESS UPON EVERY MAN THE IMPORTANCE OF WATCHING AND WORKING. IF THERE ARE ANY WHO DON'T
UNDERSTAND THE SITUATION, EXPLAIN THAT IT IS SHOTTER AND HIS ALLIES ON ONE SIDE AND THE OPZ-
OPERATORS ON THE OTHER AND THAT WILL SETTLE IT.
IF YOU HAVEN'T SUBSCRIBED YOUR PART OF THE STOCK IN THE NAVAL STORES EXPORT CO, DO 80 AT
ONCE. IF YOU HAVE NOT SENT IN YOUR ORDER TO SELL HALF YOUR STUFF TO THE NEW EXPORT CO, JUN TO
DECEMBER, DO SO AT ONCE. I NEVER HAVE ADVISED OR DONE ANYTHING NOT IN THE PRODUCERS INTEREST
AND NEVER WILL. I KNOW IT IS TO OUR INTEREST TO DO THESE TWO THINGS. LET US DO IT AT ONCE.
YOURS TRULY,
A. D. COVINGTON,
PRESIDENT TURPENTINE OPERATOR' ASSOCIATION.


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Review of Naval Stores for a Week.


Spirit for the Week at Savannah.
Priest Repts ales Exp 1904
Mon, May 1..56% 2,30 715 126 55
Tue., May 2..56% 465 247 11 55
Wed, May 3..56% 643 203 50 55
Thur., May 4..566% 312 728 291 55

ReHm for the Week at Savannah.
Monday, May 1. Last Year.
WW ........ ...... 4.05 3.80
VG .. .... ..... 86 3.50
N .... .. ... .... 3.80 3.35
M ........ .. ..... 375 3.20
K.............. 3.70 3.15
I .............. 3.40 2.80
H .......... 330 2.75
G ......... ....... 3.15 2.70
F .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 3.10 2.70
E .... .. ........ 306 2.66
D.............. 2.95 2.00
ABC .......... .... 2.90 2.55
Receipts 1,213, sales 1,056, exports 1,380.
Tuesday, May 2.-Rosin firm; receipts,
1,218; ales, 1,090; shipments, 1,049.
Quote: A B G, 2.92 1-2; D, $2.97 1-2; E,
$3.07 1-2; F, 3.12 1-2; G, $3.17 1-2; H,
$3.35; I, $3.40; K, $3.70; M, $3.75; N,
$3.80; WG, $3.86; WW, $4.06.
Wednesday, May 3.-Rosin firm; re-
ceipts, 1,68; sales, 1,151; shipments, 155.
Quote. A, B, C, $2.95; D, $3; E, $3.10; F,
$3.15; G, $3.0; H, $3.35; I, $3.40; K,
$3.70; M, $3.75; N, $3.80; WG, $3.85; WW
$4.05.
Thursday, May 4.-Rosin firm; receipts,
1,163; sales 902; shipments 200 Quote:
A, B, C, $8.95; D $3; E, $3.10; F, $3.15;
G, $3.0; H, $3.45; I, $3.50; K, $3.70; M,
$3.75; N, $3.80; WG, $3.90; WW, $4.10.

Tupentine at Loon.
1906 1904 1903 1902
Stock April 15 4,816a 14,351 24,926 23,285
De'd this wk 1,720b 1,731 1,319 2,906
Since Jan I.. 23,397 25,978 21,797 26,685
Price April 16 43-9 42-9 43- 32-
July-Dee. .... 38-3 41- 34-9 32-3
Savannah 57e 54%c 409c 42%c.
(a) includes 684 French; (b) includes
188 Fremeh.
Reported by James Watt & Son.
We quote:

Safamlah Raval Store Statement
Spirits. Rosin.
Stock April ........... 5,400 25,33
Receipts May 4 .......... 312 1,163
Receipts previously ...... 12,247 26,255
Total .............. 17,95 52,753
Exports May 4 ......... 291 200
Exports previously ...... 10,791 33,076
Total .............. 11,082 33,276
Stock May 4 ............. 6,877 19,477
Stock previously ........ 5,683 28,941
Bailey & Meatgmery'a Review.
New York, May 3, 1906.
Spirits Turpentine--Stock 320 barrels.
The market during the week has been
fairly active and prices have held about
steady.
Thursday, April 27-60c a. m.; 61e p. m.
Friday, April 28-61e.
Saturday, April 29--0%e.
Monday, May 1-6e0c.
Tuesday, May 2-EOc. a. m.
Wednesday, May 3--e.
Rosin: Stock, 7,540 barrels.
There is no change in the condition of
this market, low and medium grades firm
and quotations for pales are nominal.
AC, $3.25; graded-D, $3.3; E, $3.40 to
$3.45; F, $3.00; G, $3.65; H, $3.70 to $3.75;
I, $3.80 to $3.90; K, $4.00 to $4.25; M,


$4.10 to $4.35; N $4.15 to $4.40; WG, $4.25
to $4.75; WW, $4.50 to $5.00.

Tolar, Hat & Co.'s Review.
New York, May 2, 1905.
The Industrial Record, Jacksonville, Fla.:
Spirits Turpentine-The market has re-
mained steady, the aggregate of business
being fairly satisfactory. Stock, 376 bar-
rels. We quote Machines, 00 ets.
Rosin-The demand for low grades is
not quite so active. Prices remain firm.
Mediums quiet. Pales dull and nominal.
C, $3.30, D $3.35, E $3.40, F $355, G
$3.65, H $3.75, I $3.95, K $4.30, M $4.70, N
$4.75, WG $4.80, WW $4.90
TOLAR, HART & CO.

AT SAVANNAH.
Conditions there in the Lumber and Tim-
ber Trades
Savannah, Ga.-Both demand and prices
for Yellow Pine in the Savannah market
are at record high level, but the strain to
place orders is growing slightly less, be-
cause of signs of a lessening of demand
from the West. Mills in this territory
have, however, sufficient work ahead to
keep them busy forty-five to sixty days,
and up to the present time the millmen
show no disposition to make concessions
in prices from the top level recently se-
cured. The coastwise shipments show a
healthy increase in volume over the ear-
lier part of the season. The following
figures give the movements for the sea-
son beginning April 1 to April 22:
Steam Sail.
Foreign .......... 1,419,90 .
Baltimore .......... 961,138 285,854
Philadelphia .... ... 348,681 833,008
New York........... 2563,72 1,684,524
Boston ............. 107,006 830,018
Other ports ............... 718,751
Totals ......... 5,399,877 4,358,155
The creditors of J. J. McDonough, bank-
rupt, on April 18 elected W. L. Wilson
trustee of the estate. Mr. Wilson has
been receiver of the property since the
proceedings in the United States courts
were begun. A large number of the cred-
itors attended the meeting. In the sched-
ule lodged with the referee the assets are
placed at $195,436, and the liabilities esti-
mated at $244,33.
The Georgia Lumber Company of this
city is winding up its affairs with the
purpose of retiring from the lumber busi-
ness within the next few days, in fact,
will go out of existence. The business,
which was established in 1891, has been
practically a sales agency for the Garbutt
Lumber Company and the Perkins Mills.
In future these concerns will sell direct.
Frank J. Garbutt, who has been in charge
of the business, will resume his connee-
tion with the Garbutt Lumber Company,
returning to Wright, Ga.
Under a recent ruling of the United
States Court the property of the Georgia
Car and Manufacturing Company will be
resold by the Savannah Trust Company,
trustees in bankruptcy, at a private sale,
and no bid of less than $40,000 shall be en-
tertained by the trustees. In the event
that a private sale is not consummated
within sixty days, dating from April 8,
the trustee is directed to sell separately
such parts of the property as may be seen
fit. The property shall then be sold in a
lump to the highest bidder, and the largest
aggregate sum shall be accepted.
At the annual meeting of the Savannah
Board of Trade, J. J. Cummings, of the
Savannah Lumber Company, was re-elect-
ed vice-president, and William B. Stillwell
of the Southern Pine Company, made a di-
rector.


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O A RAny M having bar to db-
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Fuel and Building Material.
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AatNait, tLem ad Bialksmith Coal Lime. Cement, Briok, Paint.
Foot Hogan St., Jacksonville, Fla.
H. Pritett, P. P. L SUTHERLAND, Vice-Prea. A D. COVINGTON, Sec'y.
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OLD SHARP WI LIAMS-PurT Fne Old
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31.60 exprem prepaid.
GEO. J. COLEMAN-Pure IMhaylvania
Rye; Rich and Mellow. By the gallon
2.7; four tull quarts S.0, exprem prepaid.
ANVIL R-Pure Substantial Family
Whiskey. By the gallon .i; four ull
quarts 2M.9 express prepaid.
CLIFFORD RYT-By the galon .15;
four tul quarts 8.6. express prepaid.
OLD KENTUCKY CORN-Direct from
Bonded Warehouse; fine and old. By the
gallon I.-0; four ful quarts 13.3, express
prepaid.
OLD POINTER CLUB CORN- Rich
and Mellow. By the gallon 8.; tour full
quarts $.9k express prepaid.
We handle all the leading brands of Rye and Bourbon Whiskies In the market
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10 TER DUUKLY DIDWIUTNIAM ZUO0M


INDUSTRIAL RECORD.
JA3r1 A. UIOL@&WN@M

P fte m r FurrIPhte .

Tke P htel as-io ffeduehaW
'rTt f- *J If r-Jw-."
AN sunoatlo ild be addressed
Tlbo bmdvram. LooReord Company.
Jeifekmvflh. ia.

Samesb disesmo mad mabses OfMe at
A*H Gen Oa. e 8vw*nsah. CA.
atered at the Postoaoe at Jacksonville,
L.., as eeooed-clas matter.
A tel by the senutive Comnittee of
the Tmrpent Operstor's Aociatla.
Esmiember X L U as its exclusive oaels
rga. Adopted annual convention
esptm-ar U. a the organ alo of the Wn-

Ada psi Arlil th., UM, a the odolal
orgqa o th interstate Camn Growrs' As-
asatei. Adopted September 1U, I, a
the oeml oe l oron of the T.. .A.
ome---sed to lumber people by sooeial
rasllathn adapted by the OGeoria ahiwnanl
Amsdaie tow.
COPT FOR ADVMETISUNG.
Avterig copy (ehages or new adver-
S-mensa) should reach as Toasdy morn-
bM to Insertion n tbhe ssu of the
-mo week.
TH1 B EmXRIvB OFFICE.
The Pmblihig pant and the main oflkce
ao thMe Idtrial Reord PublUshng Co.
ase beeste at Na 12 a. Hogan street,
te-nmval Fie.. in the very heart of the
great teretles and ylow pMn induatris.
Ite Atlanta. o0 es located In the
eajtabb BDum No. m. Atlanta i the
enter f the great mnuftaturla trade of
the tie amuts.
The svanah, Ga. came Is In the Board
A ue i g Summvash is the lead-
Spen naval store market In the world
MUS!CB*.O PATZNLB.
AN ruant fir aivttod in the In-
&UiN at i ad s ha utima thereto
ma he mbe d res-t dt the hem oelfe
S n Agens ane met allowed to
U n Ier any uireumstanes.
JI fIr advertidg; a mblsuiptL s are
ago at otran the dusse le, &
a81 as s tano. 21101t bmde hae" t to
this sgw o
bmamNkW BMW& Patilng; Ce.

000D ADVICE.
The Record in I receipt of the follow-
tIg eommnicatioB, which voices the sen-
timart an often expressed by this paper.
There must be some system of fair and
equiabe cooperation in paying prices for
labor and f all operto will adhere to
Ass- atio regulations, all will be bene-
fted. The "operator's" letter follows:
"April 25, 1906.
"Editor Industrial Record:
"Th seems to be quite a good deal of
fruition between the operators as to pay-
ing pries. We know of operators who are
short of labor (in fact we all are), and
they are rasing the price for work in
order to eure more men.
"Now we think thi is a very poor plan
to get more labor, for it stands to reason
that if my neighbors advance prices that I
am forced to follow or lose my labor, and
before PH lose my labor 'll pay his prices.
I eat see how a man can expect to help
the labor question by advancing prices.
He surely does not get any more work
dome. He only causes a confusion with
the labor, and it hurts the business all
around.
Plase warn the operators of the dan-
ger that is ahead by advancing prices. It
will ruin the negro and you know the
aego will ruin the business.
OPERATORL."


Factors Will Receive at Tampa

At Flat Savannah Prices

The Record can authoritatively an- and are being put ia readies for heand


nounce this week that the following fac-
torage firms, the Consolidated Naval


AMONG TRE OPAKTO.L
Mr. W. .Crraway, of Bcbhear, (s.,
was in town Wedsday.

Mr. J. Sutherka-d, of Peoria, l.,
was her lst Thruday.


lag these receipts. The Naval Stores x- Mr. W. M. Mattx, of Cartnvflb ,
port Company, which corporation is owned was a visitor to the eity this week.


Stores Co., the West-Flnn-Harris Co- exclusively by operators and factors, is
Stores Co.. the West-Flymnn-Hams Corn- *


pany, the J. P. Williams Co., and the
BarnesJessup Co., will in a short while be-
gin to receive naval stores at Tampa, Fla.,
at lat Savannah prices. The Naval Stores
Export Company has agreed to take the
receipts of these well known factorage
houses at that port at Savannah prices and
already yards at Port Tampa have been
secured by the Naval Stores Export Co.,


ME T IN JACKSONVILLE, MAY i.
All stockholders of the Naval Stores Ex-
port Company are urgently requested to
be present at a meeting in the Board of
Trade rooms in Jacksonville next Thurs-
day, May llth. The question of increas-
ing the capital stock to one and a quarter
million dollars will come up, as will sev-
eral other matters of the greatest import-
ance to the stockholders and the naval
stores industry as a whole.

CONVENTION OF NATIONAL ASSOCI-
ATION OF MANUFACTURERS.
Arrangements are being completed for
the Atlanta convention of the National
Association of Manufacturers May* 16th,
17th and 18th.
Monday, May 15th, the secretary's of-
fice will be opened at the convention hall
(the Grand Opera House), for the regis-
tration of delegates.
Business sessions during the day, and
any evening sessions (as for the addresses
of distinguished visitors) will be held at
the Grand Opera House.
The executive committee's sub-commit-
tee on programme has outlined, with the
approval of the executive committee, the
following programme, which will be ad-
hered to as nearly as the necessities of
business at the various sessions, the con-
venience of committee chairmen and
speakers, and the perfect freedom of dis-
cussion and of action by members which
has always characterized the conventions
of the association will permit:
First Somf
Address of Welcome by Gov. Terrell and
others.
President's, Treasurers and Secretary's
Reports.
Report by Interstate Commerce Com-
mittee.
Address by Mr. Ludwig Niaen on Gov-
ernmental Relation to Public Franhises.
Addres by Mr. Samuel Spencer, Presi-
dent Southern Railway.
Seond Seme .
Report by Committee on Tariff and Re-
ciprocity.
Address by Mr. Eugene N. Foss on Ca-
nadian Reciprocity.
Report by Committee on Industrial Ed-
ueation.
Address Opposing the repeal of the Nat-
ional Bankruptcy Law.
Third s81o
Report by Fire Insurance Committee.
Address by Edward Atkinson on Fire
Protection.
Address by Mr. D. A. Tompkins on the
Present and Future of Cotton from the
Plantation to the Loam.
FGuth Sessin.
Report by Strike Insurance Committee.
Address by James A. Emery, of San
Francisco.
Address by Daniel Davenport on the
Necessity or Organisation, National and


just beginning business, but has already
demonstrated its gret advantages to
operators. It is taking the initiative in
protecting every interest of the producers,
and naval, stores operators dealing with
them, through their feators, may feel ab-
solute security in every detail of the trade
from the time tast the products leave
the still until they reach the consuming
interests of the world.


Local, by the uMn- --vers and the Peo-
phe.
Report by Committee on Patents and
Patent Laws. .
Fifth 8b0n.
Report by Committee on National Ia-
corporation.
Nomination of OC ers and all Miscel-
laneous Business.


Ramors of Standard OU in Nrth Care-
im Timber.
Asheville, N. C.-It was learned hre
recently that agents of John D. Rocke-
feller and the Standard Oil Company are
engaged in buying up large tracts of land
in the Chimney ock section of Ruthr-
ford county, North Carolina, and tha al-
ready some 10,00 are have been pur-
chased. It has been rumored for some
time that the Standard Oil Compan was
securing options and baying large tracts
of land in that eetion through its agents,
and it was strongly eeted that oil had
been discovered and the oil magnates in-
tended getting the land into their own
hands and boring for the fluid It is now
stated, semi-officially, that it isa a't oil
that Mr. Rokefeller and his associates
are after, but timber.
It is understood that several big saw-
mills will be erected in the timber boun-
daries, and that the chestnut and oak will
be converted into barrel to be shipped
north and west for um in the oil region
The lands that have beem ure edby
the Standard Oil Company are situated
on both sides of the mana Frenh Br d
river and contain some of the most valu-
able timber tracts in the State,


CONDITIONS IN THE NORTH CARO-
LINA PIMN MARKET.
Norfolk, Va.-Busliaes continues to im-
prove, with orders numerne sad the in-
quiry indicating that there will be con-
siderable expansion before the season is
over. Shipments are increasing, and the
movement for April will be just as good,
if not better than it was during March.
Prices are finnrm, with figure for the best
grades of material, wheih are saree, show-
ing a hardening tendency. The demand
is strong for all grades of lumber, and
for such material as the mills ean readily
get out, there is a proftable market. For-
eign transactions are limited to the sup-
ply of good lumber, and if this material
was more plentiful, experts wold be in-
creased. Roofers, culls and bark edge are
in great demand, and are bringing stiff
prices. Cargo business is better than it
has been for many months, and all oret-
ings of vessels are gobbled up to meet
the demands for this movement. Planin
mills, box and shook factories are workig
overtime to All the wants of trade for
this material, especially the latter, which
are rushed with orders for truck packages
to move the crops. Local trde i good in
view of the many building improvement
which are being made in this vicinity re
eating a steady demand for lumber.


Messrs. R. and T. C. Hall weR kinrw
ators of Oeala, la., were in the ity


Mr. J. C. Edwards, a leading operator of
Green Cove prings, Fa., was in the eity
this week.

Mr. W. C. Kaight, a lead operator of
Crystal River, was in the ety this week
attending to business.

Mr. A. 1 M3lKthm, m--ea Bawdub
Turpentine Co. of UBidwi Am., was -
the city last Wedmedsy.

Mr. W. W. Stewart, a prImint -
faeturer of naval stores from Doulaa,
Ga was in town thi week.

Mr. P. L Sutherlad leaves to-night
for points in North Georgia where h will
remain for several days

Mr. A. D. eoviogtio, prsidest of the
Hillman-anterland Co, left to-day for
Quiney, an a businaes trip.

Mr. R. B. Lattoloh and Mr. R. S. Bhaw,
of Tallahe-e, Flk, were registered at the
Aragon Hotel several days this week.

Messrs. J. D. MeConell and B. B. Wil-
coxai, of the Waller Turpetine Cs, of
Boatwiek, Fl., were prominent aval
stare opeors in the ity yestMday.

Mr. Goes Mattax was in the city today
and will leave Sunday eight fr ot
Sprigs, Ark., where he goe n a t
of his health. Mr. MaKtta wfl -i
be away for several weeks.

SUMMAYT OFr 89TUUN I- JAu-
NET.
The sale of pig r in the southern
territory is equal to the prodat-ioa. Qua-
tations are hoUing stro n, $13 per tea
No. 2 foundry, being the minimum. That
priee appears to be the only ome for the
product -used, despite rme that Iro
was to be had at a lower ate. Speak
analysis in is selling at fben $1 to a
per ton above the regular market priom.
and very little of that prodt, amd-
erng, is being mod. o(Ces ly a
nounemest is mdse that there ha bee
a sale of ira at a pries over a dollar ahere
the regular prime, which upoa invsiga-
tUo is found to be spei analysis iron
The Bouthern manufacturers ar esod-
dent that the market is gaing to remain
strong all through the year, and ot-
withstanding a larger prodaetien at Ir
the quotations are going to hold Arm. The
dead will require al the iaon that as
be made. The record shows for furmnas
started during the month, two of them
*-*wueturiW g basic iroa for steel pleats,
with the other two manutetarng feaery
irof.
Inquiry at the oema of the die-t
ron companies in the south eaomar
rumors that iron wa selling under I
per too, No. 2 foundry, brought o a
denial of the statements made e n-e
streets.
The following quotations for ena re
given: No. 1 foundry, $14; No. 2 faudry,
*13.S; No. 3 foundry, $13; No 4 foundry,
$12.0; gray forge, $12; No. I soft, $14;
No. 2 oft, $1U.L -. ,




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THE WEEKLY INDUSTRIAL BBREOD. 11


GUY'S BOWLING AND BILLIARD PARLORS.
120-122-124-126 WEST FORSYTH S IaLL JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA.
TrA me go ain et 7FroaPmlw am Pm m ~ y mV smoe AwayW


iE CHRISTIE GROOVER oR m -,

WHOLESALE DRUOGIBTS.



Jacksonville Grooery Comp'y

- Whf'a--le -- roor ead DIstlu WLSu ppi I o.
eflb. as -~pses W~agt A. L SW aM w F~ail.


AW ORLEAMS AMD THI GULF PORTS
New Orleans.-Thogh New Orleans
lumber interests have'been compartively
quiet during the ast fortnigt, there has
been eom erable oin on in Louisiana
aad other States in this section. Patter-
so, La., witnessed the consummation of
a big deal last Wednesday with the Riggs
Lumber C pmany, a new corporation,
which is beked by some of the wealthiest
men i the State, secured control of a big
sawmill plant, two manufactories and a
large amount of timber land, paying
4,750 for the same. The new borpora-
tion was organized at Franklin, Ia.,
Tuesday. Wednesday it bought out the
hMld of the Trelue Cypress Lumber
Company, Ltd, the Cypress Tank and
MU f- mrngg Company and the R. Lee
RIs company, and all of the cypress
timber of James P. Muggan, as well as a
large quantity from Charles D. Craighead.
The prime pH w~as 24,7i0 The new
comp y will operate the Trellue mill and
both the manufaetories purchased. Its


officers are: Senator Wilson Peterman,
vice president of the Kyle Lumber Com-
ber Company of Franklin, president;
Captain Clyde A. Barbour, manager of the
Teche Transportation and Fuel Oil Com-
pany, vice president; and R. Lee Riggs,
member of the State Legislature and
cashier of the First National Bank of
Patterson, secretary-treasurer and general
manager. A number of prominent men
are on the Board of Directors. Extensive
improvements will be made to all plants
and the business of the company will be
built up on an elaborate scale.
Shed No. 1 of the Mississippi Lumber
Company at Quitman, Miss., with its stock
of high-grade lumber, was destroyed by
fire early last Wednesday morning. The
loss was approximately $35,000, and was
covered by insurance. Good work by the
fire force prevented the fire from spread-
ing. The company will rebuild at once.
A small blaze in the planing mill of the
T. O. Watkins Lumber Company at Hat-
tiesburg, Miss., caused considerable ex-


citement Wednesday afternoon. The dam- paired. The price p was largely in ad-
age was slight. vance over prevailing prices.
The Montrose Lumber Company, of H. H. Smith, J. B. Gipeon, and W. B.
Montrose, Miss., will shortly present to Brooks, prominent lumber men of Mime-
the Governor a charter of Incorporation, apolis, were in New Orleans recently.
the capital stock to be $5,000. The pur- They are looking over timber lads in the
pose will be to manufacture lumber and South.
turpentine and operate an electric plant
and waterworks system. The incorpora-
tors are John O. Gusham, W. P. Huto,
Robert K. Dent, T. J. Sarton and others.
The Industrial Lumber Company, of
Beaumont, has transferred to the Caleas-
ieu Pine Company, of W esconsin 2,136
acres of Pine timber east of the St. Louis,
Watkins & Gulf Railway. The price paid
was $4,331 cash.
J. H. Castles recently closed a contract
with 8. B. Coleman, manager of the Acme
Lumber Company, of New Orleans, for
the entire output of his sawmill at Co
ington, La. Air. Castles' mill which
a capacity of 20,000 feet per day, has
recently overhauled and thoroughly


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Tanmpa Naval Stores Comp'y

TAMPA, FLORIDA.


NAVAL STORES FACTORS,


DEALERS IN SUPPLIES.




Producers requiring advances will receive special rates

of commission.


CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED.


Flat Savannah Market Guaranteed at Tampa.


NAVAL STORES BOUGHT FROM INDEPENDENT PRODUCERS FREE OF ALL

CHARGES EXCEPT INSPECTION.

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12 nTH WUSNKLY DMIDIMhL R350U.


SAVANNAH NAVAL STORES RECORD FOR 190304 AND TWO
PREVIOUS YEAS.


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1908-04 1902-08


198,647
660,988
844,586

188,308
762,270
98,884
888,171

856,68
87,868
60,351
826.748


292 4906
040,607

296,430
975.428
206,109
504,178

42,765
138,121

87,561
387,784


1901-02


814,846
1,071,446
1,386,780

814,876
62,687

217,448
585,042

53,763
129,006

48,637
898,589


Tin -= d 4 of o than 1tOSIM3 by %"a4 ca" ad odfuec, w9,569 ham"


Cropo Spdrie and
Crop 19404
pirits. Boao


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Crop 190-OL
. Spirit. Ro .
7 18,83 113,968
S 3007 11,836
8 270,670 940,S07
S 68^47 144,106
i0 1So, 79,272
3,04 32,148
1007 46,02
91,976 376,11
13,56 40,664
1AN 3184.818


Crop 1901-O
Spirit. Bsin.
3,004 13,370
313,065 1,071,440
79,6m 2685,12
21,06O 88,72
21,038 94,336
8,177 47,497
8,458 50,515
37,786 164,30
70000 246000
16,424 51,779
MsU,43 23,21,413


320 at cwt, 16,330 kil, 100 bbls
1901 18 1903 1904
193, 155, 143,e1 144Aoo
ON 1,64 4,01 3 s3,o
63 904 516 11
194,341 17 148,7 147,270
6,851 6,711 17,69 17,76
Soloa0 le les gs leso as
ase enme of Rman .............. 4.57 3.41 5.4 10.56 10.76
Awar p o ri t Amermu ......... 35-4 27-1 33-1 42-2 41-8
mptried by Jam Watt B& on, lndon, England.
COMPARAMY3 PInnS O SPIRITS AT LAVANAN IOn IVE YARKa


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MERRILL-STEVENS CO.


Boilermaking and Repairing


StUi Boilers and
SHIP BUILDING and


PuMpS.
REPAIRIN


Jacmronvfli. rhL.
*aaahi****u*)*5a)usee~o~uss susassssseaea~o


WILLIAM A. OUI JAMirs 0. DAIIY


WILUAM A. BOURS & COMPANY
TlE u.1i ESI.MIUE SOM M Ee IMO t 1E STATE.

nay, Orast, feed, Gar
See. Pmlmy Suies fur,.
Orts, Meal and Ferti.ze

hU MOTTO: Prasit nt, nUo" 6e6 o11e. catalsm "rMe
206 EAST BAY ST., JACKSONVILLE, FLA.


Cummer Lumber Co.

JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

ROUGH & DRESSED LUMBER

Long Le Yellow Pine.
BOXES ind CRATES.


- "Standard Clothing Com any
I Standard Clothing Company


One Price


FASHIONABLE CLGTNICE4S AND FI/RNISNERSt.
1 IN DId 19 W"t BY N1rsed JadIomevW16 F0101111
steag nn "d saw" s. s Attendee m irs toi manOrder
*6S5**ISIISIISSIISIUIIIIISIIIIISSISOSIIUI5IISI


M. TOLA.


&J H. HART.


T.H. iLAOSLV.


(BItblsahd 1a2e.)

TOLAR, HART & CO..
160 FRONT 8 a niR n NEW YORK.

Commission Merchants
and Jobbers of Nvl Stores.
Abural AdvaneM on 0-anInm.t- of Naval Storm and otoa. Mebers of few
York Cotton and Prmdue Exchange. Orders executed for Cotton Fatres.


JOSPH D. WEED.


H. D. WEED.


W. D. KXUNSON


J. D. WEED I CO.,
SAVMAllA. OEOIORA.

Wholesale Hardware,

Bar, Hoop and Band Iron.
MAKE A SPECIALTY OP

Turpentine Tools, Glue, Battiogs, Etc.


rG.


a H Si


,One Price


4. IL TOLA, d


I







THR WUELMY 1NDUSaKIBAL RUGGD. is


JOHN S. FRANZ. Agent





frift
for





Diebold Safe & Lock Co.
Jaeksavill. Floridi.

Sam'I P. Holmes& Co.
Stos, mis Cettun,
Crai. and Prevlsleo

NEW YORK COTTON EXCHANGd
CHICAGO BOARD OF TRADE
Direct private wires to all exchanges.
Local stocks and bonds a specialty.
11 Phae 8S dws Elock
FINR INSURANC-Lwat rates. Iat
re HL m & h O&. a9 d 10 Park Bd
Jaaksmwville, P. Pe.



Conmmitga on Merchants,
Naval Stores & Cotton
= aLud- ommba -=q
78-o Wan 8t, Renma s-134-z5.
Isw YORK crr.


Growth sad Importance of Rice ladhtry
[Continued From Pace. s]
and profits of a 1,000acre rice farm may
be taken as accurate:
Estimated cost of land, improve-
ments and equipment .... .. ..32,500
Cost per year for operating farm
after improved .... .. .. 13,650
900 bushels of rice yielding 45 bush-
els of 45 pounds each, rough rice,
per acre, sold at 85 cents per
bushel ..3............... 34,4256
Net income after deducting annual
expenses .. ............ 20,775
Dividing up the investment among six
farmers, each would pay $5,416 and would
own 1662-3 acres of land, one-sixth of
machinery, canals, fencing and levees, one
house, stable and well, four mules and one
set of implements. The share of each
farmer in the gross earnings would be
$5,737 and his share of annual expenses
$2,275, leaving the net profit $3,42.
Mr. Bell's report also contain much
valuable information as to the selection
of land and seed, irrigation, methods of
cultivation, flooding, weeding, harvesting,
threshing, polishing, by-products and oth-
er technical subjects of importance to
those directly interested in the rice in-
dustry.
The Cotton Belt Lumber Company, of
Chicago, has concluded the purchase of
the entire holdings of the Tombigbee Lum-
ber Company in Alabama, consisting of
102,000 acres of Yellow Pine land in Wash-
ington and Mobile counties. The milling
plant has a present capacity of 75,000 feet
a day. The value of the property is
placed at about $1,000,000. Title was
taken by A. S. Terrill, secretary add
treasurer of the company, who expects to
erect another mill with a capacity of
100,000 feet a day, new planing mills, dry
kiln, etc.
The company will also engage in the
turpentine business and carry on an ex-
porting business at Mobile. -
Bzencie.
The variety of beneficial motions that
may be had in muscular exercise is almost
unlimited. It is interesting to notice that
children, when free to play as they choose,
instinctively make so many different mo-
tions that they seem to use all their mus-
eles. Whe people's ideas of propriety
shall have become what they should be,
grown people can exercise like children,
without being considered daft or silly.
Many of the performances of children
seem to older persons purposeless and
useless. There is such a state of igno-
rance and prejudice that many people of
considerable education lack very much of
having a proper conception of the relation
of exercise to life and health. One may
learn and practice with benefit a system
of exercises, as many do, without having
the acquaintance with the principles in-
volved that makes possible the greatest
benefit and interest and enjoyment. There
is an important advantage in knowing the
reasons for the various movements, and
how muscles use bones as levers.
New Factorag House.
The Timmons-Blount Company has been
organized to do a factorage business at
Tampa, Fla. The capital stock is *$50,000.
W. W. Timmons, of Tifton, Ga., is presi-
dent, B. W. Blount, of Ocala, vice-presi-
dent, and J. P. Carson, of Tifton, secre-
tary-treasurer.


a. R. POrWELL. CHAS. a. MAuIS. EMRY LAMSYV.
PetaMe. rmic fMreite wmrer. Semwrr.
DIRECTORS:
X. R. PeweIrr. Ca. a. Marra, N. MUIMnka P. A. S.at ersl. R. r. CGoria.


THE


Southern Manufacturing Co.,
CMer f Wt dW ay am Maie t b.
Jaeksvllle, F orkMa



Wholesale Drugs I Commissary Supplies
We solicit the Turpentine and Mill Trade and will be glad to quote price em
anything in the drug line. We make peaked drugs a specialty ad can ea you
money. Mail orders are given prompt attention.


Cable Addrees. Florida


Standard Naval Stores

Company.

DEALERS EXCLUSIVELY IN

R.OSIN

AND TURPENTINE.


------------'--- ----------- --------'-----------------



The Blount Real Estate Co.,



FOR Turpentine location., Saw Mill Loctiom
Large md mall tracts o Round Timber, Phophate
Sad Farming Land* of aUdcriptioa.
Wlsu c for wther limits mt d pgUhlears-
THE BLOUNT REAL ESTATE CO..
OCALA. FLORJDA.



Joseph D. Christie, Business Agent
moao 30$ dra-tpabaos mWa, Jasksesis, lrb
Te.asw* 455.
If you want to leatt sa Florida and contemplate goig Into buim., lt -
help you. If you hare a badine- to ell, list same with ma


L ---


NMeHlllE Talkiq MlacM Co
VICTOR
ilFAhi MshoeLa enMd 6
Write to Metropolitan Talking Madie
Co. for catalogues of New records and
Maciuane Victors only. Largest jobbing
house in the South.
ents wanted in every town. Retail
trade served. Old records exchanged.
N. B.-Columbia, Zomophone and Vie-
tors accepted.
I Mtr taa Takiang
33 M aIn 81 JACKIVYILLE, sL&


VIRGIN PINE.
Aklog orMa Last Coast. or
over 75 miles the Cwial Com-
pMy owns a strip of Virgin Tim-
her and authrizes us to sell
treats to sa t pures er. or
partlemars address,
BROBS&ON, FENDIG & CO.,
Jarksnvief, Fma.

RAT 555J & Lbivad
AT Lothv* Pas.e .
Light's Restaurant.
SOS W bey *Br.e
dLekenmie ne


W. J. LINGLf
Fteddeat.


J. W. WADJ.
Viee-Pradet


A.G. HUGHMM
a e', a" Trans


Union Naval Stores Co.


MOBILE, ALA.


PF.SACOLA, FLA.


NEW ORLEANS, 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.







14 THE WEEKLY IMDUlr-LAL RBBCOD.


"Industrial Record's Wonderful Dev'lopment"


Under the above caption the Florida
Daily Sun, of Jacksonville, publishes the
following story of the Record, which is
much appreciated by this company and its
management:.

Five years ago the Industrial Record
made its first appearance, the first issue
of volume 1 appearing in April of 190
the then already well edited and com-
prehensive copy of the paper being but
small compared to what the issues are at
preet.
This week the Industrial Record Com-
pany, J. A. Hollomon; vice-president and
general manager, will move into its new
home, the Hollomon block, a handsome,
modern three-story brick structure just
completed on the west side of Newnan
Street, a few feet north of Bay Street.
The already splendidly gotten up week-
ly Industrial Record is to be still further
improved and elaborated and each future
issue is to be better than the preceding
one. The plat of this publishing com-
py has been greatly enlarged sad to
such an extent that two deep stores on
the ground floor ad the two commodius
upper lofts will be killed with the machin-
ery and material which will be used, not
only a the publishing of the Industrial
Record, but also for the extensive job
printing business which is now being done
by this enterprising company.
The large business now handled was of
but small proportions when Mr. Hollomon
took hold of matters a few years ago. By
his energy and enterprise he has built an
immense business which nearly a year
ago had outgrown the old location of the
plant in the Astor block at Bay and Ho-
gan Streets.
It was then decided to senre a build-
ing site and erect a structure sufficiently
large to houe the plant and, as oon as
the present property was purchased,


ground was broken and the building rush-
ed to completion.
The Industrial Record, while giving its
columns to all industrial records and ope-
rations, is largely devoted to the accurate
reports of the news and condition of the
naval stores markets, being the official or-
gan for the naval stores operators.
The job printing outfit in the new build-
ing is one of the largest and moat com-
plete in the. South. The large press rooms
have heavy floors of concrete, and the
presses are of a size and make sufficient to
take care of the largest kinds of job print-
ing orders. With the additional equip-
ment which has been purchased and being
rapidly installed, and with increased fa-
cilities for handling its business, the In-
dustrial Record Company is fully in the
position to take care of its rapidly in-
creasing business.
The business office will be located on the
first floor, front, and will be handsomely
equipped in regular banking house fix-
tures in oak, with bone grille. All the
floors will have elevator connections and
a private inter-communinrring telephone
system will be installed in the building.
On the second floor there will be a large
stock room for the wholesale paper de-
partment.
Facing Newnan Street there will be a
handsome suite of offices on the second
floor, which will be occupied by Mr. Hol-
lomon, there being set aside a spacious
room to serve as the directors' room of
the Turpentine Operators' Association, of
which Mr. Hollomon is secretary.


THOSE. G. HUTCHINSON
PLS l* IAu *cIkaui e
IEUlOW AMRE A NIA11MI OF
PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTS
Rem SD*t TMt .
Phaso 302 JA61SGUS4 MA&


Wanted and For Sale

DEPARTMENT.

Adver Irtmsa 5NS merted AJ frls Raoeremewt at eas meiWg-f s:
ra week. ee s a Ue.
ar twowee. a Omtaan tme.
For Itour ,. 6 Ma l e.
Nine rd of ordinary length make M Me.
-Ja wCO-as two Uli.
i 'eadi ept n t gs s e be admitted.
emittasees to aseermpea the order. No extra char. lr eoie.ar
cotir adiirt.ut Coat be I this aoke a" later tSla tlha
aoralag to meCer lrnier iM Xmsre paper.


Wated.
WANTED-Timber ands. W. J. Wil-
lingham, Muncie, Indians. (Until May
lot address me at Tallahasee, Fla.)
7Trpeatlme Mea.
Buy a Biakesle O ash Puming Ort-
It for your tml. No. 1 Idt pump
galloe per hor at a mat alof 2 sadi a
require o a attir while W n
Started in oe nminea. J. P. mell
Osaka Fle


To buy a Afrst-da turpelne loetleo
In Florda. Will ay the rlt pi for
the right place. o lat woods pa ed
apply. G. A. Petteway, Box lary,
Maria Co, tf


IMPORTS OF ROBIn INTO
From United States ....................
From France ..........................
From all other countries. ..............
Total Tons ......................


Percentage from United States .........
Reported by James Watt & Son.


For Sale.
Five yar turpentie privilee n 300
aeres very fe timber lnd. Win t
about twelve crops; on lne railroad. Ad-
dens P. Honles & Co, Jacksoville, la.
edlp SWPI .
NXral stores ma ea re elp by Wap-
plying to the Cty rtoloymJ t Buau,
840 Wiet Bay Stret, Jaknovlle, F.


S W sted.
Ten turpentine shippers, ten dippers,
ten men to work on saw mill, six rpen
term, ten men for general work. Healthy
place. Apply at once. Tyler Lambw
Company, Room 5, Baldwin Bldg., Jack-
sonville, Fla. 3


WUTED KIDOM.
9100 1901 1908
87,116 87,298 79,015
2,31 3,12 13,84


96.71 9633 86.0


510
96,424
l.45


71,816
IANr
17,36
718

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79.4


OPERATORS




Bear in Mind That During Your


uML


weno
0"%3 Am%

Darm*22

otbw a&

to-

Turpeutlu

Stlls Ai -

Flibres.


m I


Busy Season


I YOU MEET WITH A MISHAP
YOU BREAK DOWN
YOU BURN OUT
IFYOU NEED US


Over in the Left-H&nd Corner Will Interest You.




McMILLAN BROS.,

Southern Copper Works.


JACKSONVILLE, FLA.


Viama, a@6
NkM* AI&
lay"sysvm. N. 0.


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DRIY GOODS.


"Success


For Our Customers


is Success


For Us."


ABSTRACTS
Title ad Tax Abetracts, Map, etc.,
of arm trts in a&ll parts of Florida and
Soth Geogi prepared for owner and
latding purdmera. Oorr-pondenc
iolhdtl.
REALTY TITLE AlI TRUST CO,
Law IBhaMg B1lg Jadoksvileb, I.

WM. D. JONES
PRacmPT specALST
FAMILY DRUQGIST
O17 E* NAY *T.
man Oren saicited.
ORDER YOUR

Whiskies
ad

Wines
---ay

HENRY FREE
The Only Up-to-Dato Mail
Ordar Ro-e Nl the South.
s aml is Clay Srt and so W. Bay.
JACKONVILLE, FILA


IO. RBR A.
MANUlPACTURER Of


BRICK.

Capacity of Yard 800,000 Per Month.
'mi. 390.
L. I. ZAN. C. L. BAN.
(Fewmerly K. Bean & Sea.)
FLORIDA PAPER COMPANY
Dealer in all kind of
WRAPPIrN PAPRS, PAPER BAGS,
FOLDING BOX8, TWsINS AND
FRUIT AND VsoGTABLs
WRAPPING PAPERS.
R)Btam BD-mnT Viauct.
cenlmm awg="M


COUITs or PALX A MaD iUM noi AT SAVAInAN vMo TWO TRAU.


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JACKSONVILLE


Send for

Catalogue


Kohn = Furchgott= Company.
WOLESA DEALERS IN
Dry Goods, Clothing, Gents Furnishings and Hats.
MAIL ORDERS OGVEN PROMPT ATTENTION
JACKSONVILLE, FLA.


Don't forget your subscription to the Record.


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TMH wUUKLY IND'13USTRIAL RECORD.


We invit special attention to our Savings Department, which is operated
underr GOVERNMENT SUPERV3SION.
S INTEIST COMPOUNDED OVARTERLY.
'-----------------C"PI"' ~83

C. H. HAR.GRAVES CO.,

WHOLESALE GROCERS
'Grain, Hay, Feed
Spelal attention to Turpentine and Sawmill Mem' Requiromenta
A rLORIDA FRM FOR rF-OPInIANS.
514- 516-518- 520-522-524-526 EAST BAY S aKLL
Jacksonville, Fla.
anrUA INTiU-BTATI SAW MILL ASSOCIATION.
mnihmk Coastwi Pda Lit for MNehantaube R e is Ad s at Ttm,
eoKila, Jalyio* 1904.
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Plues ase 0. Cate ms8emao, Brumawick, FParamslla sa JashesmauA
-~ -
No02=. Dhos.l*-
At a Im aiMU e the (lGe0rg barstaOt Dimension a las sll emb es all ims
iaw Mijo AimodhUM hld at Jamk Mel. incs and up t thickness by sve
, Mark U e folloewing a.d- ihe. amad up in wains, eiduiu aia by
eaMim t s fr Iwta i Yel s, For example: 6a, a7T. las h
low Fle wre sahMay &aS eti, eet vemad up.
ean Imepeties of Yelow S
I__ Steppin shall embrace one to two ad
P.e .a. fl inclhe in thiekmes by eve inshte
general R s-All Imber mwut be uad up in width. For eape: 1, j1
soud, ell masufastrd, fall to sse ad Iy,, 2 and 2%x7 sad up, s wdth.
naw butted; free fnm usoumd. looe and
haow noat wan sad knot hIle1 Ra h rgp *a m ts.
th h*hak, or roud shak a Rough Edge or Flitch *hall eibe all
show th surface; square edge, uless sides one inch and up in times by eight
otherwise peeled. A through shake o inches and p in width, sawed oa two
bereby de d to he through or eoamntd sides only. or example: 1, 1, 3, 4
from sie to siM, or edg to edl, or id and up thick by eight lasa8 udp wie,
to edge. la the memures of ared sawed on two ides ely.
dr the width al thic-- of the
lm r bain dresib muet be takes;
Im thea o inch thief shall be meaured INSPCTION.
a etoek. sturdy.
-- -
All lumber shall be sound, sap m- ob-
CT AM MIRK IO. jetion. Wan my be allowed ea-. ghth
of the width of t measured uam
S. face of wane, extii oo-fourth of the
loerin banl embrace four And Tie length on one corer or Its equivalet ea
carter incbs i thieknees by thre to two or more ra.n
sx iass Ia width. For example: 1xz
4, 6 a ; la~u.I S. 4,. Lad 6
Bt4,5 A simze under mine nashs shall shew
Boards *has emra aB thickness heart entire lenb h ome a side or ede;
under e sad a half inches by s "n sume nine inches and over shall hw
inchs and up wide, ilding one and a heart the entire length an two eploite
at ilce thickne by niv in h sides. Wane ms be allowed on-eigth o
For aompl: %, 1, 11A ad 1% inces the width of the pkea maure m
tFrck by I nLche ad prd-1idn. face of wane, ad extending oe-fourt of
tkhick bthe lienoh of the pies on sme e or
a mbrac a m from its eqivalent on two or more m
two to Av e las thh--mes sad two to Prim.
six lhes in width. For example: Scantling shall show heart on two faus
2 x3, z4, 6, 3 3x43, Xz W 36, 4x4, the entire length; other sims sell show
4z, 4x4, 6i and iZ.. two-third heart entire logth a two
Plnk. opposite sides. On not re-edlng 5 per
Plak bshll embrace all sis from on cent. of the pieces, wan may be allowed
aad ao-half to six ishes in thikness. one-eighth of the width of the pieeS mess-
not iadnding six iahes by seven inehea ured across face of wane and etendi g
and up t width. For example: 1%, 3, one-fourth of the length of the pi n
% ,. .~5 *%. I ae one corner o Its equalat a n. *or
up aptowidth.l more emrnss.


--------- 6666W6660""6


C . BANE, Pres.


J. SHAW, Vice-Pres.


RALPM JESSUP. Se.-Tres


BARNES & JESSUP COMPANY,
NAVAL STORE FACTORS.

Exporters of Pure Turpentines and Rosins
Stritly a Preners' Compay. GCiges
Grades mul Welibts Gurantecd
Deliveries at JakL-envile Pensamuea, ermandMea md Savam
Cerrespelknee SeNsted. JACKSONVILLE FLA.


East Coast Lumber Co.
ROUGH AND DRESSED

LONG LEAF YELLOW PINE.

Bundled Rosin Barrel Staves in Carload Lots.
Steamer Shipments a Speclaty.
WATERTOWN, FLORIDA.


Atlantic National Bank of Jacksonville
RESOURCES THREE MILLION OLARS.


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I1


WW.e ra rmease Parpoe .I
tewre Yew ?
WhAld AhwE Saw Mill Tlaimber
10.000 Aerm Saw Timber ........................ $2.50 to $5.00
40.000 ................... .
30 000 per Acro.
26.000 Acres Virgin Timber.....................
20..000 ... .. ..................... 2. to A$ .0
190.000." .....................er
192 A,000 .


BROBSTON. FENDIG & CO.
Mo6W. Ferape. a .10assemupnw.



THE ARAGON
JACKUONVUJ.E. VIA.
NOW OPEN
Under new mn -g s.nt. Thoroughly
renovated and repaired throughout, ia-
eluding new electric elevator and ou
own electric light plant.
H. N. O'NIAL. Prop.

jeo1*oeeee4* ~oe~oe..es.eeooeeoee0 se*e, I

IJ. S. Schofiel's Sons Company,
*********************e*******:e***************** *s
He. *iiare efo 0
I Distiller's Pumping
I Outfit
1 No plant complete without oe.
SHundred of thm in use in Georia.
SFlorida, Alaba, Mieisipp wad
~BSooth Crtarolufor partlua-
S las and prices. We also manufacture
; r Egines, Belers &d Hnit
: J^ ^ GGrade Maslry,
s well a arWry a full and complete
---aookof-

S* MBlier Tubes, atc. M
j* S ^Advise your wants.
*; Macon, - Georgia. *
;. b e n A Luaft Sen ati i of
4* {t ~mo TMk W"re foW TerM *
0oroo00er ee4)~e~~eo 4 4eroeee~oorooeeer.





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Buyers' Directory Vl H s t. -ak "a Co s..e.. n IS. V"kide & Hanso skafi, a
HAY AMD eOAIM. Marll-sftleBt OC, ae i- L, am.
Bours & Co, Wm. A., Jaeksonvlill, Fl. g .--l.aiL.sa WATACE.
W e wumat ahMytlfa look clr o'arig Tha je =mr eesam 1&O 1,, Omf a I,
through tiLs elalfed list and & Br J n J. A, Ja ~bkonl -TAMm & ae. JnasaA -.
rwre t. the fr appearlag t ah A.l, JkoSile, ik y SStmip O. Thq, N York t" AMLW N
thlerna. The Rseowd furaMntees Stuart-Bernstein Co., Jadcon"me, Fl. Holes &6 Asma P, J-o akoOt L E, it S s Iambor C Wasrb
* prompt repeM. HOTELr TAlME.
a o.1 Aragon, The, Jaekamvb l, 1k. .enfr O I~ Jaskbm.vaIl,
Hotel Bartholdi, Now York Oty.
A3rrACTL St. George, Jaeksonvile, F. TAJLIe ArwnT
NBalty Tle and Trt Co. Light's Restaurant, Jacksonville, Fla. Metro poitma Tdg Bdte M Co., Jk-
ACCOUNrTANTS. OIRM WOR. on/ .villo
T. a HuBteuia, Jacksoarvile, Fla lamburd Irb Works & flapy O, Aw- Cy Task O, JI- Ala.
am ss Mu,, h11kka, 11 FOB TBE
Ahatie Naalmai Blnk Jeekmavilh, A eod Bm .d' j ., J. mm Go
Osmmese Bask, Jashmavtll "S. TITLZS A= TA4 ABSTRACT.i
']Nasrt & Savings Co., Jackson- 10h1'I8AC& Relty THI am MR On
Gaaty TrCat & BSain g Co., Jackson- aCay, he McCl, Jacks onville, la. sil
orid Bank Trust Co Jacksonville, Iren H. Green & Co., Jacksonville, FI. m U ju sh. THE INDUTRIiAL RiAD aa-
Fl. JEWEWLLS f(arm weep l C. oT thND eTAr rtD & nnu-
Yf aBaka wual Grenlesaf & Crosby Oa., IJaskosnvil% 1k I.saz P11
Hess &L ar, aa eLnvll,4 G The E. C. .Hmmr Co., avyanna. Ga. ol supply houses inhe
B A&A cASn J UQUOR& U--. .sms m M STUI ILLS. ombi.
Omier Lumbr o, J osviTM 1, B. Blum & Co., Cha ., JaeksonviK lk Bakc, M. A., B COMMSSARY CHECKS
DOWLIN AND B2T vT614 B Henry Free, Jacksonville, Fla. eea saas IG, CO IllSSARY CHE
Guy's Bow ad Billiard Parlors, Jack- Muller, Gus, Jacksonville, Flq. l s. J. l. ad ll ay dmso fm na padded e
sovill. Myerson, Max, Jaksonville, Fi. N Davi s -Oh.e lo& ,y dM. A tn, padded o
uc Altmaye t Liqur at Co, Maeon, Ga. U S RP 0 T. N VATL loos to the
slmstrs&80-LXrn.ths. 7106
j.r., eJ. m v,, l, rmh Eureks Saloon, Jacksonville, a F.TOOS t tral 6L
Isubelr 1l 9 f1upty C., The, Jackson. MEDICIMBL. Council Tool Co., Jacksoville, Fla.
vs,1 a 8penar Medici Co., tuosa Tem. -
CLOTBIm. Southern M-'tet n Co., Jatilh, 8. HAu Pres. T. HALL, V.P. sad Mgr. L. J. Kmur, Se. and Trems.
&y B Ar, Jadmemvill, r F. Fa.
sr A, H. A., Jchde-vllS, 1. Christle-Groover DruN Co.. Jacksonvlle A
.CLr2sl me-wwor/ALK I t MARION HARDWARE CO.,
Kohn, aot & C., Jaksoville, a Realty Title and Trt Co.
--*" sAI IrLombard Iron Works y An-RE MILL AND
aft A Mmqentmry Now York City.LL AND
l,. H & O rn, Yo Ci. .-. .9 a, .. TURPENTINE SUPPLIES,
ConITABacu r MATrIALS FOR o Us --msm Pr O-
BmW w and Tru*t Oa Cas. OCAL., FLORIDA.
COOP 8AMB Schoe's Soe= Co., J. ., Maasm, Go.
Coim O., Tb, qusmaa, Ga. METAL WORKER.
Oasperma C, The, J"aksville, Ba. Baker, M. A., Brumuwiek, Ga.
DRU. Meciua Breos., Savannah, Ga.
Wfrt & JoMs Jato.vf lle aI. MILL SU A In .
MCrtseGvoover Dru Co., Jacksonvill Brig Hardwre o, W. HL, Vsame,
Fa. Marion Hardware OQ, Omn, Ik.
.- eo ., -- ...ar n .. .." TAILORS Stetson Hats
UVQ&--,"0r= ** Seholdd'- Sol Co", J. 8., Mmi, 011
gft^g 3 .,S o J1diTonvil., Tamps. Hardware Ca., Tamp., Fla,. tt Hat
-.- Weed & Oo., J. Dj Ehi8 nah, Ga.
111LLI6Xr3 .
Do Y SOOSWDn WOL"rSDL Henry Jaeobs, Jacksonville, Fa Suit to Ordr at RmdyMu& PAWc Mua Ordw Givea Pwaoul Atteatia
CoDt O W Tob, Jac villeJacksonvlle, Fla.
ohn Frett & o Jacksonville, M S Nail Coe Ne York CIty. 439 W. Bay Street JACKSONVILLE, PLA
Hary Jaobs, Jacksonville, Fla. NAVAL STORS.L
ELECTRIC SUPPLI Baily & Montgomery, New York, N. Y.
Florida Eleetrie Co., Jacksoaville, Fla. BarssJesap o., Th, Jadmseville, Fl. IIIlIIIIIIII II11111111111IIIII IIIIIIi 11 11II
Standard Electric Co.. Jacksonville, Fla. Consolidated Naval Store Co., Jaeko- J. Wra.a Pms eat. J. A. G. Cam, e Vice-Psde
gI1G[ Tville, Fla. T. A. Jmnaaa nd Vies.PresMat. J. F. D~UmW mv, ViP~si
Lmba-r Ir. Works 6 y Co, A- 8a rd Naval 8torm 0a., Jakaviu, L. KAltro Socr eta. D. G. White Trsrer.
MLIsarrtevem k a. en Coa, &la.
er""-rlmo ea Co. Ns'. SJJm a- Tolar, Hart & Co., New York, N. Y. J P W ILLIAM S COM PAN
"s Sena 0 J .Union Nva Stor, Mo J P. WILLIAMS COMPANY,
Williams Co., J. P., Savannah, Ga.
. Co, Wi Jacksonville, Fa. Tampa Naval Store Co., Tama, U M IN I
IOUUDRIES. P-~rM maisi raso "LIIX. 011111EX
rN)UDRDNL PAIT& natet Offlee UVAUM oKomox.
Sahoes Sa CBO S., M aso. On. Bond & Bours Co Jabksoilsk. aess0 orn envas n. esa e_ :
oUL. PHOSPHATE SUPPLIES. J CM0i on Ia1K IV Lco.aL, s = use a
antherb i1a & ap.ly Co., Ihe Jack. Brigs Hardwae Co., W. H., VaMosta, O6.
sam3lS7, k. S(mynpbell, J. B., Oas, a h Naval Stores Prdxcers we lavlted to Corrtspa WiftH s.
Ae JL Marion Hardwarwe Co r a Ol. da
JttiM Jie saam v Fkla. Tampa Hardware Co., Tampa, Fla. l lllllllllllllllll
9e311 F1U3NISB rS Florida Paper Co., Jacksonvile, Fla.
l 6t h., J. A., Jaksovil Fla PIAO
Koo, P1ehtt 6 Co., Jakonville, Fla. Ludden & Bates, Jaeksonville, Fla.
Bterm O ., .L, Jmvvoill, Fla. PaMP.
Nadrd CLethig C0k Jackomvile 1. Merrill-Stevens C., Jacksonville, ha.
8'uart-Berntein Co., Jacksondille, Fla. Shofeld's oSo Co., J. S., M Ga. WrI e d
iOC -na O)WLr w White-Blakesee Mfg. Co, BirmiM shan
Bours Co., Wm. A., Jacksonville, Fla. Ab. b r
Dowling & Co., F. M., Jacksonville, Fla. National Tank & Eport Co, BSavnas, mm T- -
Hargraves Co., e H., Jaeksonville, Fla. Ga. M
Jaeksonville Grocery Co., Jacksonville, Fla REAL LSTATE. A
Wiaes C., J. P, Hava ah. Ga. Brobeton, Fendig & Co., Jacksonvfle, ls.
Young Co., John R., Savannah, Ga. Blount Real Estate Co.. Ocala, la.
GINGER ALE. Christie, J. D., Jacksonville, Fla. Writ o for ara SS
F. 0. B. a" pot" in Gearsa br-
Live Oak Bottling Works, Live Oak. a. Livingstonm 0Sos, J. H. OMin4 sL rFA. A .sms ritn Al
ZATS-.WEOL1QATE_ Southern SttesI lad ad Timbr Co., Msl mer surr a ree.
n, Fet a Co., Js~r s, mim. Stewart a Co., Jacis onv a.ll.. Job work through the
Ko, e a.. Hedricks Real Estate Agency. Jacksron-
an4 a ae. O., a -i Jakn ille,. "F SAI.S country & specialty.
HrWhrd OaO.W. H.Valdotas G. Diabold Safe and Lack Co., Jacksonville, The.Lfr.tlMOId Cure t 1lrunswcl Ga
ma.. B... 061 OMA, 0 Fla. II Workso in 10
Tems Har ware Co., Tamp Fs. SEDS.
Wea & O. J. Da, iMmmIo a. Bours & Co., W. A., Jacksonville, 1a. r My speealty is large worms and heavy bottoms that do noa leet.







iSTHU W39UKLY INDUVMZIAL NUOMED.


NUBIAN TEA r. te Luer mn.ey

BENEDICTA A medleae fr women

CUBAN RELIEF Fo. cr.a m"d i-
arrie*a
CUBAN OIL A Ini..ent nequm for Cutr Burns
Brook" and tbeuntlsm
A suply of IbsM medieine in what every family needs to
hur e ood health.
Write for pree and booklets.

Spencer Medicine Company,




The Clyde Steamship Company


NEW YORK, CHARLESTON AND FLORIDA LINES
noseL uee eu g u u rim th ame C r W a ae aim to S M ea OlWN
a47Nsis . beoth waye.


88O 11101-11 so
PRICE LIST Or

Eureka Wine and Liquor Co.
The Grat Southern MaIl Order Houe.


r"PRic PREPAID.

Hatchett's Private Stock .. .. .. .... .. .. .. ..
Hatchatt Tha Whsey ..................
Hatchett'e Old Ro ............... ........
Eureka N. C. Aple Brandy ........ .... ....
N. C. Apple Brandy .............. ......
Eurek Malt.............. .........
Eureka N. C. Peach Brandy ..............
N. C. Peach Brandy ....................
- Eureka N. C. Corn .................. ......
Eureka N. C. Coran XX .................
Eureka N. C. Corn, XXX ..................
Eureka N. C. Corn, XXXX .............
Old Crow Bourbon ......................
Hermitage Rye ..........................
Sunny Brook Rye ............. ......
Sunny Brook Sour Mash ....................
Echo spring .......................
Silk Velvet .................. ......... ..
Oak and .. ..............................


$1
I

2
2
44
I
4
a
4
4
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4


UVLL QVART IUZAAV
er Ps n Per

Ls 4.0 6.30 U.3e
.2 *.0 4.30 6.3
,. 4.3 T.3 1AI,
1.5 8.5 4.5 9.3
.0 4.0 L.3 ISM
.3 4.7 T1.0 14.
.5 3.e 4.5 1.S
.0 Lf 4.5 9.4
.75 2.3 4.3 8.8
.5 2M LIS TAN
.M 4.:W 6. BU
M3 4C3 62.3 3

L. L. L&S U
.0 4.46 6.3 3.
La 5.5 1 .1
.L 4.30 L. 3.t
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LK .* &
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GIN FROM 8l.50 TO 3.JO PKIRGALLOW. DB.JUVEIED
Save twelve labels of Hatcbett' Private Stock ad secure a bottle free.
Save twelve labels of Hatchett's Old Rye and secure a battle free.
SSave twelve labels of Hatchetts That's Whiskey and seure a battle fre.
Save twelve labels of Eureka N. C. Corn and secure a bottle tree. 1ve
Twelve labels of Eureka N. C. Apple Brandy and secure eme bottle fOe. ave
twelve labels of Eureka Malt and secure one bottle free. Pricee of ar omen
bought at company's store are SOc per gallon lem than when deliveWre. N
charge for Jugs, boxes or drayage. A. of my bottles are fu ll meUse. A
standard brands of whiskies sold over my bar at Me per drink. I
We also carry in stock liquors of cheaper grades. S
All wines quoted on application. -
Special prices In large lots, packed any sizes deired. Leaves a Sor yee
Satisfaction guaranteed or money refunded.
EUREKA WINE AND LIQUOR COMPANY.
S1 WEST BAY BSTRET. JACEK NVIUJL, a nOIDA.
Se0
easaseasasa8ssea se mass.s s*aamsaa*****************maa
II| IIII)I~() J JJJJJJOilIlJJ|Jl| I JI) I J1JJ ("J---.)- --


risow vow%
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3.M *aekasenvfllo
914OX ERR1. chawles6e an& Now Yewa.


PARL W Pres.


T. U1. 1 RTIM WlseePres.


1MM1 grw Tres.


Tuseday, Apr. 4,at 3:00pm. .AIAPAHOE...
Friday, Apr. 7,at3:00pm. APACHE .....
"xNEW YORK.
Saturday, Apr. 8, at 3:00pm. IROQUOI ....
Tuesday, Apr. 11, at 3:00pm .COMANCHE...
Wednesday, Apr.12, at 9:30am. .ALGONQUIN..
Friday, Apr. 14, at 3:00pm. .ARAPAHOE...
*xHURON .......
Tuesday, Apr. 18,at 3:00pm..APACHE .....
Wednesday, Apr. 19, at 3:00pm..IROQUOIS.....
Friday, Apr. 21, at 3:00pm. .COMANCHE...
saturday, Apr. 22, at 3:00pm. A ONQUIN..
*xNEW YORK...
Tuesday, Apr. 25, at 3:00pm. .ARAPAHOE...
Friday, Apr. 28, at 3:00pm.. APACHE......
Saturday, Apr. 20, at 3:00pm.. IROQUOIS.....
*xHURON ......
Tuesday, May 2, at 3:00pm..ALGONQUIN..
Friday, May 5, at3:00pm..COMANCHE...
Tuesday, May 9,at 3:00pm. .APACHE......
Wednesday, May 10,at3:00pm. .IROQUOIS.....


Sunday, Apr. 9,at 7:00am
Wednesday, Apr. 12,at 3:00pwi
Thursday, Apr. 13, at 11:00am
Friday, Apr. 14, at 11:30am
Sunday, Apr. 16, at 12:30pm
Monday, 'Apr. 17, at 1:00pm
Wednesday, Apr. 19,at 4:30am
Thursday, Apr. 20, at 5:00am
Sunday, Apr. 23, t 7:30am
Monday, Apr. 24, at 8:30am
Wednesday, Apr. 26, at 10:30an
Thursday, Apr. 27, at 11:00am
Friday, Apr.28, at 11:30am
Sunday, Apr. 30, at 12:30pm
Wednesday, May 3, at 4:30am
Thursday, May 4,at 5:00am
Thursday, May 4, at 5:00am
Sunday, May 7, at 6:30am
Wednesday, May 10,at 8:30am
Sunday, May 14, at 12:00n'n
Monday, May 15, at 12:30pm


-Beseatm via Br swlek sad Cr leston. z-reiht only. *-Batto via

THE CLYDE NBW ENGLAND AND SOUTHERN LINES.
Iseat SerweIo esetweem JahawaUl, eBotoe and PeovwdenMe m4 all zle.
-m IasMtSo ausJa at Chalestom Both Wary.
II-WlKLYT *AIMlQS.
\ ----.. .......... ...... ...........oto t Ie W e ar atdons
3lUM ln.. ...... .. .. .. .. ... * ..... .o.t of CthfrEto abrwt. Jadevfml
CLYDE ST. JOHNS RIVER LINE
Retweeonm Jaenvwll ad aemna me.
l u-'- at hPalats Aste, It. Lnamltas Bserrd (De lanu and aitermeaa.
lannagw ean f. Joea raver.

STEAMER "CITY OP JACKSONVILLE"
is apl"tes to ae as 2eat lave Jask sonville, Sundays. Tueaays and Thar.
da4- -- 9 rm. etNMa, save Sanord Modarys WeanmIays a Vrihas 9t a. m.
NOWPBDOUM.
S.Arrive M a. ec

Im ve 4 a...................Or.. ameu......................Ar lO a.
...v. I ........ .... | ..... ......... B e *e ..........I.. I1 1 noe.
Av. . m................ ..r... -. .................... pave a1 L.
Ar. 10:e a. L ................... Rt rpri .....................Lv. 16. 0: a.
onWEAL PASSE1IER AND TICKET OFFICE, 1la W. BAY ST, JACK'VILLE
P. M. IBONMONGER, JR., Ast. Gen. Pass. Agent, 122 W. Bay St. Jacksonville, Fla.
W. &. COOST. 3sL. laeel m A5 Ja Sk'vill C. P. LOVL, Asst. Spt.,Jaek'vle
eot Hoean Street. Jacksonvlle.
A C. HAGUoRY. 6. P. A, New York, CLTDB VTLNMB P A.. Now Yesr
sUm&. e. msa, wL. P. CLDBm a CO.
enrms Manager. GOnrU Agents.
Nta eafth BulMdag, State Street. lew Tee.


I SOUTHERN STATES LAID & TIMER OIPAY.

mVINe E. WLa anmaer.


Florida Timber, Grazing &


Agricultural Lands.

S401-404 LAW EXCHANGE, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

Il*mm*aimii mii*illl **iiu6 56111 8IIISI5 ..... ....iiii5.



... NATIONAL...



Tank & Export Company

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


JOHN E. YOUNG,
Presti

J. P. WILLIAMS.
0. W. SAUBSY.
S. A. ALFORD.


C.I
P.L. S
J. B
J. B.


A. D. COVINMTON,
Vice-Preeldest
DRBCTORS:
I. E ELS. BULLARD
UTHERLAND. W. C. POWELL
PADGW1O WALTER BAY,
YOUNG. A. D. OOVINGTOM.


H. L. ATWOM,
SeeTsetary Tsamr.

J. a n011~ar
0. W. DwM3.
RAYMODD CAY.
J. L. ONOLYT.


Our tanks are well equipped and thoroughly enameled and an
conveniently situated at the terminals of the 8. A. L. and A. 0. L.
Railways. Our charges for storing have been revised.
WRITE EWnER OF T HE ABOVE FOR PARTICULAR.




Printing Ffor all Purposes.
1m 11The a M tr e or- Pb. Co.
Jashsvineu Fta


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C. B. ROGERS, Pnr~BsBT.


W. A. GALLAHER and E. A. CHAPLAIN, VICB-PnsEIDENTs.


C. H. HODGSON, B~c, and Tlus'a.


DIRLECTOILS C. B. Rogers, W. A. Gallaher, E. A. Champlain. H. A. McEaehern and J. A. Cranford, of Jacksonville;
B. F. Bullard, Tampa; C. M. Covington, Pensacola.


CONSOLIDATED


GROCERY


Co.


PAID UP CAPITAL $500,ooo.

Main Office and Storage Rooms, Jacksonville, Fla., with Branches in Tampa, Pensacola, Fla.,
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 Waval 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 Pensaeola; 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


Coeasst of one Three-Story Balldlag, 70x200; one two-story blildlag. 50x390; one one-story bulldlag, 80x290,
maklag the largest space of any Company of the kind In the South.


CONSOLIDATED


GROCERY


CO.,


Headquarters Corner Bay and Bridge Sts., Jacksonville, Fla.
Branches Tampa. Fla., Pensacole. Fla., and Sevannah. Ga.
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