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 Material Information
Title: Weekly industrial record
Portion of title: Industrial record
Physical Description: 19 v. : ill. ; 35 cm.
Language: English
Creator: Turpentine Operators' Association
Publisher: Industrial Record Co.
Place of Publication: Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: September 8, 1905
Publication Date: -1909
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Lumber trade -- Newspapers -- Southern States   ( lcsh )
Naval stores -- Newspapers -- Southern states   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
United States -- Georgia -- Chatham -- Savannah
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1900.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 19, no. 42 (Oct. 25, 1909).
Issuing Body: Official organ of the Turpentine Operators' Association.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 6, no. 1 (Jan. 3, 1903).
General Note: "Dedicated to the naval stores and lumber interests."
General Note: "The exponent of southern progress."
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002658368
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System ID: UF00047910:00138
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RECORD


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The Wall street Journal says: "Not-
withstanding the great increase in the pop-
iation of te United States, due to both
production ad immigration, the con-
amptive capacity of the country seems
to grow faster than the 'population. This
ias faot f very large sgniicance. It
aeeta the business the he country in
my different ways ad its relation to
the future of the United States needs
sereely to be dwelt upon.
Between 1895 and 1904 the population
imreased from 086t4,000 to 81,752,000 or
boat 19 per ent. The wealth of the
eunry has probably increased from $77,-
0U mAMAn to about $10000,000,000, a
= of 33 per ent. The money in cirhn-
i i reased from $1,01,00000 to $2,-
M,6,9 0, a gain of M5 per cent. The
hak hearings increased from nearly $51,-
ab6ANm to $1000,000,000, a gain of
1 per ent., and the total bank deposits
rw from $49P1,00000 to $10,000,000,000,
a increase of over 100 per cent. The
amount of freight carried one mile in-
eassed from 88,567,400,000 ton to 171,-
UMWIns, tons, an increase of 94 per
em= Ths the wealth ad business of the
eoatry hve increased more rapidly than
it polati In 1890 the per capital
wath w estimated at $1,117, and in
ISo at $1,6. A fair estimate would
make it now $1,900.
The predaetive energies of the country
has also ineresed enormously. The a-
nal product of gold, for instance, has in-
reased from $4,10,000 in 1806 to $84,-
rale0 in 1904, a gain of 82 pr cent. Pig-
Ire p.rodne increased from 9,44,308
ton to 16,497, tns, a gain of 77 per
mt. The total prodnetion of coal in-
areased from 19,117,50 tons to 351,196,-
9M tea, an increase of 80 per cent.
Tihe produmaio of wheat in the period
under review increased from 467,000,000
bmhels to 6624000,00 bushels; thin com-
parion, however, being made with last
years short crop. This year there will be
a podction of much over M0000,000
luhwl There has also been a considera-
les lrease in the production of eorn and
oeem. Converting, however, the gains
which have been made since 1895 to a per
capital basic, it is discovered that our
country is consuming more per jpdivid-
nal than.it did aine or ten years ago. For
Mtsne, the home consumption of raw
eattan has increased from 22.75 in 1806
to 6. 28 ound in 190, per capital. The
nu ri of wheat and four per capi-
to has erased from 4. to 6.33 bushes,
d of corn from 17.18 to 26.74 buhels.
Ou pr pita consumption of sugar has
alo ines from 6.4 to 75.3 pounds, and
of coffee from 933 to 11.75. Our per cap-
its a o of, tea, however, has fal-
I of slgtly. The per capital consump-
Sof ditilled spirits has increased from
1.14 to 148 gallons, and of malt liquors
frem 15.1 to 18.28 gallons, and of wine
hfm is toS .53 gallons.
"The quiry naturally rises, what has
Sleen about this remarkable increase in
th somasptive capacity of this country
IL the ease of raw cotton it is due to the
rease of industrial activity in the en-
St rie of or people, and is, therefore, a
ign of health am prosperity. The in-
-
seaq in the corruption of wheat aad
Scan be explained only from the fad
that the people are consuming more bread
he increased se of sugar, coffee, and dis.
taed and molted liquors is a sign of lux.
y dae to the larger wealth of the peo-
Ie. It is not the only sign of augmented
Ift ry in the United States. There art
others to be discovered in the domination
of fashion in dress, not merely in the cir
es of high society, aut exte=ndg through
all sodl grades throughout the country
Sa t be ieen in the more elegantly fur


nished houses and in the larger sums spent
on amusements and travel.
"A comparison of the per capital statis-
tics of home production with domestic
consumption affords much food for thought
This is especially true as regards our agri-
cultural products. It is very evident that
the domestic consumption of wheat, for
instance, is outstripping the domestic pro-
duction. At the same rate of increase
which has taken place in the past ten
years it will take 843,000,000 bushels of
wheat to feed our people in 1914, while at
the present rate of increase in production
the United States crop of wheat in that
year would not be equal to that demand
unless new lands applicable to wheat cul-
ture were developed Large imports of
wheat from northwest Canada may be a
development a few years hence.
"On the basis of the percentage of in-
creases which have taken place between
1805 and 1904 there would be in 1914 a
record showing a population in this coun-
try of 97,000,00 people, having a wealth
of $140,000,000,000, a circulation of money
of $3,900,000,000, bank clearing of $204,-
000,00,000, and bank deposits of $80,000,-
000,000.
S"What the crops of grain and cotton
and the output of coal and iron, copper and
gold will be, its beyond the mind of man
to conceive. It would be idle to attempt
an estimate even upon the past percent-
ages of growth. It is evident, however,
that there is a limit somewhere to the
capacity of the earth to produce raw mate-
rial and food, and the genius of our peo-
ple must and doubtless will be applied to
inventing new methods of economy in the
use of material and power. Meanwhile,
might we not devote some thought to the
question of our increasing luxuries?"


SAVANNAH VALLEY RICH IN TIMBR
The finest hardwood section of the world,
says a recent issue of the Seaboard Mag-
amne, is that of Georgia aad Alabama,
which has been overlooked and sadly neg-
lected in the scramble for stumpage con-
tracts in this particular product.
However, there are those in Augusta
who are wideawake to the vast riches
about the city in this line, and already the
industry is being developed. One hard-
wood company, across the river, is doing
a fine business and there is every prospect,
so a'Chronicle reporter was told yesterday,
that the business would be still further
developed. The Savannah valley is full of
hardwood timbers.
The Seaboard Magasine has the follow-
ing to say in a general way:
"It is estimated that upon the 1,000
miles of rivers and their branches in
southern Georgia alone, there is a source
of wealth available of fully 8,000,000,000
feet of a wide variety of the most valu-
able hardwoods. The examination made
discloses a greater variety of woods for
southern Georgia than the entire remains
der of the State. White oak, Spanish oak
or the southern red oak, hickory, tough
of fiber, beautiful grain, and very super-
ior for bending purposes; poplar, gum,
beech, magnolia, satin walrt, bay, bireh,
maple, both red and black cypress, cotton-
wood, locust, buckeye, ash, all exist in im-
mense quantities, of superior quality, and
therefore, of vast commercial importance
to the whole world. Differing from the
yellow pine many of the hardwoods are
rapid growers, and thousands of acres of
land in southern Georgia from which the
pine timber was removed many years ago,
have sprung up in a magnificent young for-
est of hardwood. This fact is of much im-
portance to manufacturers of wheels and
other vehicle material, as second growth
hickory especially is desired by them.


Most of the hardwood available, however,
is original virgin growth. This splendid
source of wealth, available for a greater
variety of manufactured products than
any other raw materials in the south, aad
in a class of products for which there is
a constant and world-wide demand, with
a foreign demand daily increasing, has been
utilized in the past but little except for
firewood. In view of the fact that the
northern supply of hardwood is about ex-
hausted, and the stumpage at other points
in the south already in the hands of timber
speculators or sawmill men, this practil-
ly new source of supply, so admirably 6it-
uated for the assemblage of raw material
and distribution of the finished product,
cannot fail to attract much additional cap-
ital for investment purpose "

TWO GEORGIANS BUY FLORIDA TIM-
BER LANDS.


Georgia sawmill men and turpentine ope-
rators continue to become heavy inves-
tos in Florida timber lands The latest
deal is reported from Moultrie, Ga., and
is as follows:
"A land and timber trade has been closed
here of which the consideration was in
round numbers, $176,000. Two Moultrie
parties, W. C. Vereen aad W. H. Smith
bought of Iowa parties about 25,000 acrem
f land in Jefferson and Leon Counties,
Sr that is rich in yellow pine timber
The body of timber has been owned for
some years by a milling company at St
Marks, and recently the company failed
the mill closed down and the timber fell
into the hands of parties in Iowa. Thi
deeds were made by Arthyr Hoffman, oi
Muscatine, Iowa, and the money was paid
over here by the Moultrie purchasers
"With this deal W. C. Vereen's invest
ments in Florida timber far the past sixt
days reaches half a million dollars H4
believes this last investment is one of the
best he has, the quality of the time
being very fine, and the prospects practi
cally assuring the construction of a rail
road through the timber at an early date
W. H. Smith will proceed at once to pul
up the necessary stills for working th
turpentine."

PLAN TO BUY zooooo BALES.
Asheville, N. C.-The purchase of a mil
lion bales of cotton by the Southern Cot
ton Growers' Association and the holding
of the same for higher pries is one of th
questions to be considered by the Souther
Cotton Growers' Association, wWeh open
a four-days' convention at Kenilworth In
to-morrow morning.
Secretary Cheatham, while declining t
discuss the plan in detail, stated to th
Associated Press correspondent that i
would certainly come up for consideration
When asked if the convention would
touch upon the recent exposures in th
Agricultural Department, Mr. Cheathat
said:
"Well, we have passed the resolution
stage, aad we are now doing things. W
have, as you know, done much, and I be
lieve that the next Congress will do th
rest."
Less than a hundred delegates have s
far arrived at Kenilworth Inn, and ft
that reason only a preliminary meeting
was held to-night to arrange for to-mo
row's session.
Among those already here are form
Senator McLaurin, of South Carolina,
F. Slater and Randolph Lyons, of Ne
York and RB R. Poole, Agricultural Con
missioner of Alabama.
An estimate of this year's cotton cro
based on reports from all districts in co
ton growing states will be issued by tl
association for publication Thursday mon
m"g.


PR CAPITA CONSUMPTION
h


0


THE PROPOSED 80uliuin
TION COWN RC -
Before the soth eaa r mn i1
ed activity i business ad
after the present yellow fea
ends,' asuranem are needed a
guards should be provided = s
possible re e thir dr
at any point in t section.
The luse that hav oeerad, th
ships detailed ad the gmi
sion that has existed over the
illustrates how thi whole .eti4ers
evolved whenever and whmeer
ver exists; so that it a
fact that no more vital question em
presented to the people than the
of measures that will ead at mes-
forever all further apprehlenri fthe
source.
The best authorities tasehs
proper system of sanitary regulatlMu
rules will render it practically
for another epidemic of yellow f
oeet in the south. Thisis certal
testing, and no doubt will receive
from the entire south, and this h
the principal subjects that wil b e
the southern migration nfeehw
be held in this eity during the later
of October.
To render sch plas thor
ive may require amendments tso
national constitutions, he the
together of state officials ad
SCongress is essential to a proper
mination of just what i reqi i
such a plan operative ad to
effectiveness at the earliest pe I
ment.
The lessos of he parent lqd -
Sthat there is need of better afs
the several states over those da
Share coming into this country as
grants, as ft hasm een lar
These classes that this qII e
and became so wide pead hiea
placed under proper supervisi on
. trol; this fact and the frtherM
Sable regulations regarding the
. of Chinese, regulations that are
Sing the leading industries of the
e show the need some changes n
ent immigration law.
The south is likewise needing
supply which needs intelligent a
efforts. Thin has been taken by
steamship and railroad inters o
that the south was ready a w
take any and all classes that th
g bring to us, and a real mensae es it
This soare that the whole sth
Consider and to guard against wt *
m must be promptly takes.
n These, are, therefore, subjects oi f
conference by the people of' the sod ~
o this time, and the calling a gsnral e
e ference by the eo i bodies who i
t inaugurated it is both wise ad tM4
1. They will certainly receive the rt
d endorsement of t who hae the -i
e fare of the south at heart and who
m entrusted with the future destig
people.-Chattanoog Times. *
e RAILROAD BOOM AT -pI .
S Perry, Fla, Sept 8--A se s
e created here third week when a -i
train came in on the Sooth Urila 1@
o with material and carrying work
r at once proceeded to coamtrust a eas
g over the creek just beyond the 4 i
- to lay rail and extend the lim H--W
The report got out that the th
a gia had woke up and was bomd
I. for deep water on the coast. Th &-
w the company is laying a line to "MW
- City," or what is otherwise known as
naval stores manufactory.
t. The Majestic Milling 0. has hba h*a
e porated at Aurora, Mo, whk Rl *I
n- ital stock, byM. T. Davis, J. R. Wea
Jr., Ed. J. White and others.


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- V~U~A~I~


2r MCLES Or INCORPORATION.
a is thereby given that we, the un-
lgSmid, intend to apply to His Excel-
l, Napolso B. Broward, Governor of
at of Florida on the eleventh day of
-r, A. D. 1905, for letters patent
i e b a ued to Atlantic Directory Com-
!, upon the proposed charter of said
Im amy, a copy of which is as folows:
J. A. HOILOMON,
Lb HARDER,
W. F. HARBISON.

AT1LK OF INCORPORATION
OF
.'.A2LAN? DIUECTORY COMPANY.
W the -derigned, hereby associate
S toget er for the purpose of' orm-
te r t becoming a body corporate under
I w of the State of Florida, and do
We- sake, adopt, declare ad subscribe
Sfollowig the Articles o Ieorpora-
L fir the oped company.
Atft L The ame of this corporation
7-S he Atlantic Directory Company, and
SrVindpal place of business shall be in
Sity 9 Jacksonville, Duval Oounty,
L 'but such branch offices and places
- may be established elsewhere
Sa&s tate aend in other States and in
Sti to tie determine.
IiW s The general attire of the
m to be sodueted shall be to eom-
eMl .by cotract or otherwise, and
deal in periodical directories
4-Beta, address-books and guide-books
l-wni or cities in this and other States
I toa Uited States; to compile, publish
l a s d eterim of trrdes and indstrie;
r aopeat ad control plants and
I ifr the compilation aad puabica-
of sa-eh directories and books and all
M kids .f printed matter. ad to these
db t uy, seller, o, wn or otherwise
l ladr, premises and rights as
L b Lond or desd to be necessary,
or proper; to borrow and
an O mortgages or otherwise;
I th o do a s and things
S y b n- ssary and proper, or
Sard of Directors may deem
of It. said business, and to
for profit.
The capital stock of the com-
? lan be ($6,00.00), to be divided
y shares of One Hundred Dollars
) a and each share shall be
I ar.u follows: Te per cent. in cash
i sb aitpao therefore and the bal-
e may be prmvided for by the By-
I tiM feuy pad, either in cash or in
abrt r 1or Teriesa at a just valua-
b bhe ied l by the Board of Directors
e t recalled afor that purpose.
te4 The term for which this cor-
o shell soet shall be ninety-nine
Lt.d The busine of this corporate
t el be eondieted by a President,
lManager and a Secretry and a
mier, and a Board of not les then
r more than thirteen Directors.
S etors shbll be elected at the an-
L st ekholder meeting to be eld in
r Florida, on the third Mon-
i Sapaber of each year, beginning
Syear s. The offers of the com-
Sll elected by the Directors from
oe number, and the office of Seers-
and ,, Treasurer my be held by oe
i the same peron. The first annual
ol f the Stockholders shall be held
S1tday of September, 1006, and until
Ht ft election of offers shall be held,
S glbowiog shall be the officers of the
F:Ae7i i J. A. Holomon; General Man-
wr I- Gardner; Seeretary and Treasurer,
WI. Harrim ; ad J. A. Hollomon, L.
.a lar and W. F. Harrison, Directors.
Ards-&e & The highest amount of in-
.hh-es to which this company may at
Stis subject itself shall Teo
.i. ld DDollars ($10,0W0.)
AMdrt 7. The names and places of
i-ee of the stockholders and the
ip. a Z of Z :itan stock subscribed by
J. A. Hollomon, Jacksonville, Fla., 40

.U Glar-m, Jackonvill 5 hares.


W. F. Harrison, Jacksonvill, Fa., 5
shares.
State of Florida, County of Duval, a:
Before me, a notary public in aad for
aid county and State, personally appeared
J. A. Hollomen and W Harrison, to me
well known to be the persons described
in and who signed the foregoing proposed
articles of inorporation of Atlantic Di-
rectory Company and they severally ac-
knowledged before me that they signed the
same for te prpoe herein xpreed.
In witness whereof I have hereunto set
my hand and affixed my official seal this
third day of August, A. D. 1905.
WILLIAM P. SMITH,
(Seal.) Notary Public
State of Florida.
My commission expires January 6, 1907.
State of Florida, County of Hillsboro, an.:
Before me, a notary public in and for
said county and State, personally appeared
L Gardner. to me well known to be one
of the persons described and who signed
the foregoing proposed articles of incor-
poration of Atlantic Directory Company,
and he acknowledged before me that he
signed the same for the purposes therein
expressed.
In witness whereof I have hereunto set
my hand and affixed my official sal this
5th day of August, A. D. 1906.
W. E. PADGETT,
(Seal.) Notary Public, State of
Florida.
My commission expires April 22, 190.
NOTICE OF INCORPORATION.
Notice is hereby given that we, the un-
dersigned, intend y o apply to His Exel-
lency, Napoleon B. Broward, Governor of
the State of Florida, on the llth day of
September, A. D. 1905, for letters patent
to be issued to FLORIDA LITHOGRAPH-
ING COMPANY, upon the proposed char-
ter of said company, a copy of which is
as follows:
J. A. HOLLOMON,
C. R HARPER,
W. F. HARRISON.

ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION
OF
FLORIDA LITHOGRAPHING COMPANY.
We, the undersigned, hereby associate
ourselves together for the purpose of form-
ing and becoming a body corporate under
the laws of the State of Florida, and do
hereby make, adopt, declare and subscribe
the following as the Articles of Incorpora-
tion for the proposed company.
Article 1. The name of this corporation
shall be Florida Lithographing Company,
and its principal place of business shall be
in the city of Jacksonville, Duval County,
Florida, but such branch offices and places
of business may be established elsewhere
in this State and other Sttes and foreign
countries as the directors may from time
to time determine.
Article 2. The general nature of the
business to be conducted hall be to manu-
facture, publish, buy and sell both at whole-
sale ad retail, deal in lithographing, print
ing, book office and school supplies, fur-
niture, advertising novelties and all other
forms of lithography; to own, control and
operate plants and factories for the manu-
facture and stores for the selling of all
kinds of office stationery and supplies; to
handle all such articles above named on
commission as manufacturers' agents, or
on its own account; and to these ends to
buy, sell, lease, own, or otherwise control
such lands, premises and rights as shall
be found or deemed to be necessary, ad-
vantageous or proper; to borrow and to
loan money upon mortgages or otherwise;
and further to do all acts and things which
may be necessary and proper, or which
the Board of Directors may deem advisable
and expedient to be done in the transaction
of its said business, and to have all the
general powers incident to corporations for
profit.
Article 3. The capital stock of the com-
pany shall be Ten Thousand Dollars ($10,-
000.00) to be divided into One Hundred
shares of One Hundred Dollars ($100.00)
each, and each share shall be paid for as
follows: Ten per cent in cash upon the
subscription therefore and the balance as
may be provided for by the. By-Laws,
ntil fully paid, either in eash or in prop-
erty, labor or services at a just valuation


L C. DAVIS T. A. VULNVN



R. C. DAVIS & CO.,

General Agents



Fay-Sholes


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We buy, sell, exchange or rent second hand
machines, offering liberal inducements.
Write for descriptions of the Fay-Sholes,
which is the world's record machine for speed,
simplicity and durability.


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PLANTERS


"Old Time" Remedies


These four great remedis, Nubia Tea, Dmedairt, Cuba Ma
and Cban Oil, are the joy of the homhold. With themsar at had, a
man is ready for any emergency. He has a safe, reliable and speedy relief
for wife, children, self or stock. With these remedies you.a keep the
doctor's hands out of your poeketm, and yet have a healthy, happy faey. ON-= on
Besides, you can cure your stock of any ailment that may befall the.
NUBIAN TEA-In Lqia or Pewer FPrm-Is the grat family msiie. It
will cure all forms of Liver and Kidney Complaints, Prenits Chs and Malari l

Fever. Cmre the common ailments of children; and a a laxative toaie it Without
an equal-sfe and reliable. In the liquid, it i extremely palatable-even hildr
like it-and it is READY FOR USE.
BENEDICTA is a woman's medicine. It will cre all the diseasesommo to
women, and elassed a Female Trouble. It will bring youth bak t the added wmmai,
who has gone one suffering because she thought it womau lot. It wil eame or the
young girl just entering womanhood; and prepare the young wom or the saer
duties of wife and mother.
CUBAN RLE& -The distant Paint Killer, for either man or beau BELies
instantly, Colie, Cramps, Cholera Mobus, Diarrhoea, Dystentery and fiek BeaIdab
For colic in horse it is an infallibe remedy and is guaranteed to give rle in f
minutes
CUBAN OIL-The Best Boe atn Nterv.e 'ialim Is pt i for ea,
snagged or torn fesh, and will instant relieve the pin. CMur iMnst abit ar sd
salds and burns, bruises and sores, capped has and face, ore and tedwr fJt.
Relieves rheumatic pains, lame back, sti t, and in stock curM e wire feee eut,
scratches, thrush, splint, collar sors, saddle galh, and diseased boof.
Write s for Pdics.
SPENCER MEDICINE CO.. Chattanooga Ten.

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* 20,000 acres best virgin pine in DeSoto county, $450 per acre.
30,000 best virgin timber in Manatee. 3. per acre. -
* Several good turpentine places in west Florida.
* Send for our list of saw mill and turpentine places.


SBROBSTON, FENDIG & CO.
, 4 Bi W. Fe.p' f. Fa s Flak -.


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wum~r 1~S~3IAL R3OO~D.


s be y DanBaW of Directors at
i Mh" aled, for that urpose.
-- IrLd& The tam for wibch th ear-
p shall exist shall be ninety-nine
ArtMlee The business of this corpora-
A, m aball be conducted by a President,
Oin- l Manri and a Secretary and
*. einir r and a Board of not less than
or.r more than thirteen directors.
~TBe Diretors sball be elected at the an-
d sIt ekholder' meeting to be held in
Szekasonil, Florida, on the third Mon-
y in September of each year, beginning
Sthe yar 1 The offers of the com-
p aay al leeted by the directors from
their own number, and the office of
-; D ary and T reser may be held by
Sw d Mte ame persn. The irst annual
Si of the atoeholders shall be held
r 4e5lth day of September, 190, and until
" a nt eletion of offieers the following
Sa hs the oiaU er of the corporation:
SirMedrh, J. A. ollomon; General Man-
r, R. BHarper; Seretary and Tress-
f Wr, W. F. Harra; and J. A. Holomon,
F . L rper and W P. HarrisaM, Diretors.
,Artile & The highest amount of in-
bbltaidnes or liability to which this com-
- ma y at any time subject itself shall
| Tos Toand Dollars (20,000.00)
SAr.lte 7. The names and places of
l- Mmes etf the stockholders ad the
' meat of ap stock subscribed for by
.:. a fonows:
.. ., Bollomon, Jaekouvile, Fla., 49
S. R. Harper, Jaeksonvile, Fla., 49
SW. F. lHrrisu Jacks6mile, Fla, 2
Slatle of Florida, county of Dural, as:
S Sfere me, a notary public in and for
Si y ar State, personally appeared
A. HeBrmakC. Ro Harper and W. F.
iarriMso, to me wen known to be the per-
de -- a-ethi in and who signed the fore-
i *r rpul articles of incorporation
Si. .ia lithoaphing mpany, an
f bly severally ,r^kdted before me
*t they signed the same for the pur-
i witae whereof, I have hereunto set
SNy hand and aimed my official seal this
9 00d day of August, A. D. 1906.
SWIlIAM P. SMITH,
Soary Pbe, State of Florida.
SMy err f expirmes January 6, 1907.

STOS. G. HUTCHINSON
iumaw m a n .suisarm o
SnjPUBLIC ACCOUNTANTS
See 7. 1ea af Trade ig.
SaqFm ma id amr rt


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JAcKSONVILL, MA.

-The CLOTHIERS
,. &K.xTjiLum T LHT UI GOOD ArD
sAVWT I0 WEARI N APPAREL FOR
AMR AJW air1Y


JOHN S. FR.ANZ. Aeont


Diebold Safe & Lock Co.
Jeeksonville, Florida
FIrn INSURANBc--4 t nis. L1-
re H. Gram & Co., and 10 Pk WMA
JsImoZvme, H C


Joseph Zapf & Co.
WuUab iWr a ofW

AnheuserBusch
St Louis Lager Beer


LIQUORS. WINES,
Mineral Waters.
Writ, for Price
JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA

M. K. BEAN. C. L. BEAN.
(gem(ly I. Bean & Sa.)
FLORIDA PAPER COMPANY
Dealers in all kind of
WRAPPING PAP LS, PAPER BAGS,
FOLDING BOXS TWIn AND
FPRIT AND VTGLTA"JL
WRAPPING PAPER&
Robinmon Builin Viadet.
7Telsbm. 1gs9. Jackmaris.
-, I .liitesL


Sam'l P. Holmes& Co.
Stoeks, Bends, CetteM,
Grain and Provislem
NEW YORK COTTON EXCHANGE
CHICAGO BOARD OF TRADE
Direct private wires to all exchanges.
Local stocks and bonds a spseialty.
Be Pheme 8s5 BeMwin Black


DAILY I MOTIGOMERY,
Commntassion Mrchants,
Naval Stores & Cotton
Ltel ad snam us 8110"l aw dr"
mta. Cro oms s- dtm.
7s-8o Wan St., Roams I3s-4-iw
NMW YORK CITY.

WM. D. JONES
PRSCIIIRrIII SPECIALIST
FAMILY DRUGGIST
107 E. BAY ST.
mai Oreers Selfcted.


JOEZPH D. WEED.


H. D. WEED.


THE DIAMOND.
sl.le ft"e Ret faa

Wines, Liquors and Cigars,
se A-s r ther the **stfa La anu neat a-sa Wasueme zlnu e r ft-
* erl Water. We guarantee all radm Sni tw bm sts fuiamn lanema as
a
cre me de la Creme, bottle .... Diamond Brand, botte ........ 1M
o oY,--.-= M 'ea P'i. Heart Brand, bottle .......... .W
SC. c.G Brand, bottle ........ ie 8Spde Brand, bottle ........... AD
Club Brand, bottle ........... 15 Premium Brand, bottle ........ J

MYERSON CO..
S 101 1 7 Wet Bor St. PLl- 1713.
a JACKSONVILLE. FLA.
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J. D. WEED I CO.,
SAVAMNAM. GCOtOUA.

Wholesale Hardware,

Bar, Hoop and Band Iron.
MAKE A SPECIALTY OF

Turpentine Tools, Glue, Battings, Etc.

TurpentiTne

Cups
If you expet to Mthe T 0111
next Samoa, p- ee r eIdess now 1r
future delivery. Price and ai Mal
tion cheerfully furaished an
Cups. Guters
and 6ll Tools.
used in the Herty mystan of tarpeio
Album


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* oYOa Want a Turpentine Lecaton?
You Want a Sawnll Location?
You Want ay Kind of Florida Land?
Yeu Mea Business?
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J. H. Livingston & Sons,
OCALA. FLORJIDA.


Bottled from famous Suwannee
uwamn eeSpring Spring water. Cures Rheumatism,
Indigestion and Kidney Trouble.
t f The most refreshing, natural, spark-
ling Ginger Ale known. Bottled and
sold by the Live Oak Bottling Works,
Live Oak, Fla. For sale by Consoli-
dated Grocery Company, Jaekson-
ville, Johnson, King & Co., of Jack-
A le sonville, and M. Ferst's Sons & C,
Savannah, Ga.


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ITeindtal Trade News of 'the We&ek.

S The American Pres Cloth Co. will be The Oklahoma Gin Co., of Oklahoma
eganised at Columbia, Soath Carolina, City, O. T., has been incorporated with
with a capital stock of $M5,000 to manu- $100,000 capital stock by W. S. Hanson, A.
faetre press cloth to be used in cotton- P. Crockett and W. W. Vance, to operate
ed oil mills, linseed oil mills, and wine a cotton gin.


stories, where the prodneu must be
S trained by pressure, the cloth being made
far came's hair and mohair. This will
he the fourth industry of its kind in the
Uited 8States.
> ---
S rynt &. Griswold, of Princeton, Id.,
hae pebansed a tract of land in Alabama
esfaing oil and ochre deposits, and will
arrange at once for its development. A
ant for the manufacture of dry mineral
psit will be established at heffield, Ala.
S e Alabama Paint & Oil Co. will be or-
ood to operate the same. Herman
attor of Sheffield and John Neff, of
Tueumbia, Ala., were active in promot-
i the enterprise.
The Dr. Thatcher Veteriary Remedy
a (, of El Paso, Tex, has been incorpo-
qfed with 650000 capital stock by Dr.
Frank Thateher, Charles F. Wilson, J. R.
Iaveay, E. ES Bood and W. J. Cannon.

The Richmond Forging. Co, has been or-
g plMd at Richmond, Va, with $100,000
S ital stock, to establish iron and steel
in plant. Jonathan Bryan is presi-
S r' W. B. Williams, vice-president, and
P. Redford, secretary-treasurer.
Florida Mining Co, of San Antonio, Tex.,
has een inc orated with $0W,00 capital
slck by Fernando Santa Cru, Enrique
(lOres, T. M. Paschl, H. EHL eLane, J.
e Afieek and Theodore Harris.

S The Gernm -Ameraian National Bank
New Oes, s it $1,00,000, has
S aBd with the flowing oers: W.
Irby, president; Wm. Burke, A.
S Breton and a& Worms, vieepresidents;
W. W. Boude. easier and F. Dietse, Jr,
amssistant eashiler.
i Bros., of Highland Park, Ky.,
have orporated with $50,000 capital
S oeck, to operate wood working plant hav-
g sa annual capait of about 5,000,000
t ft of mber. H. L unble is president;
S Jas .Gamble, vice-lesident and treas-
arr ad C. C. Bell, tary.
The Blue Jay Lnmber Co, of Dugout,
W. Va, has purchased the timber rights
Ia the Boomer or Ewing lands on Fat,
1 nd Slate reeks, containing 5,500
It i* stated that the purchase price

- T. H. Bass, L F. Benckestein, Maly
o stlHe of Baumont and S. T. Cames,
of 1Mmpis, TTen., have organied the
n-" gl Oil Co, i Beaumont, Texas,
with $1,0,000 capital stock, to take over
and operate all the Texas and Louisiana
properties of the Carnes, Bass and Benck-
S tein syndicate, which inchdle te pipe
Us- to the Mississippi river, the Jennings
(IA.) storage tanks and the Texas prop-
Srtbe with the oil in storage and wells.

Dpatches state that the United States
t hrmse & Nickle Co., of NiewYork, has
pu hased several thousand acres of land
m7 Bhemombe County, Northbarolina, for
,U and will develop the property by
S e mdning of chrome, n a nickel ores.
t is fura reported that a smelter will
a eetad tr ordering thelniekel ready
mr maret ad that extensie operations
O re ontemplated. J. H. Dinlap, of Ashe-
1 l8, N. 0C. Harlan Page of Philadelphia,
1 a.; 41 Westray Battle of Asbeville, N. C.,
Snd others are interested in the company.
Te Wilson Aluminum Co., of Asheville,
N. C, is said to be interested in the devel-
*p-aMnte proposed.
Roekwood Mills, of Roekwood, Tenn., re-
, eantly In orporated with capital, stock of
14%,LhL s organized with J. F. Tarwater,
let; M John Boyle, treasurer, and
S Bruee M. Redmon, secretary. A 150x250
foot building will be ereetad ad equipped
Switch 00 knitting machines, as previously
- att. Gar~ett Andrews, of Chattanooga,
k stilas be lBemn manager.


The charter of the H. R Ploof Machin-
ery Co. has been filed in the offloe of the
clerk of the circuit court with a capital
of $30,000. The incorporators are H. K
Ploof, H. J. Sutton, B. G. Iaeter.
A movement is on foot for the organi-
sation of a company with capital stock of
$200,000 or $300,000 for the purpose of
building a cotton mill between Hagan and
Claxton, Ga. R. A. Scott, of Hagan, is in-
terested in the enterprise, and invites cor-
respondence for information to be address-
ed to him.
The Paris Coal Minin Co., of Paris, Mo.,
is being organized with $500,00 capital
stock for the development of coal proper-
ties near Paris. Machinery has been pur-
chased and the plant will have a capacity
of from 700 to 1,000 tons daily at the start.
The South Side Laundry Co., of St.
Louis, Mo., has been incorporated with
$30,00 capital stock, by Gottlob Michler,
Geo Hase, Lena Gottlob and Marie D.
Hase.
The Marietta Paper Mills & Power Co.,
of Marietta, Ga., has been organized with
$500,000 capital stock to take over and
operate the plants of the Marietta Paper
Mills, the Marietta Electric Co. and the
Marietta Waterworks Co. The company
also proposes developing 500 horse-power
water-power and erecting electric plant
for its transmission by electricity to Mari-
etta, six miles distant. No contracts'have
been let. Moultrie M. Sessions is president
and treasurer, and E. J. Powers, vice-
president.
The Metropolitan Realty Co., of Birming-
ham, Ala., has incorporated with 40,000
capital stock. George A. Blinn, Jr., is
president! J. W. Donnelly, vicepresident
and Bertram Jacobs, secretary treasurer.
Braxton Small is interested in plans for
the organization of a $0,000 stock com-
pany to establish a hosiery mill at Lake
City, Fla, equipped with 100 machines and
power. He is prepared to correspond rear
tive to engaging an experienced superin-
tendent.
The Frisco Lumber Co., of America, I.
T, has been incorporated, with $100,000
capital stock, to erect saw-mill with a
daily capacity of 50,000 feet.
The contract for building and equipping
the Jacksonville Suburban and- Seashore
Railroad, to be built from Jacksonville to
St. Augustine, via Oeeanside, has been
awarded to W. T. Cotton. Mr. Cotter will
commence construction at' once, and will
push the work to completion as rapidly
as possible.
Page & Taylor are negoeisting for a site
for a tannery at Norfolk, Vs., to be estab-
libshed by West Virginia capitalists, as
stated last week. The plant is to have a
daily capacity of 600 sides-oak sole
leather-and $225,000 or more will be in-
vested. Chestnut oak bark will be wanted,
delivered at Norfolk.
The Southern Lead Co., of Cleveland,
Tenn., has been chartered with $55,000 cap-
ital stock, by N. I Mayes, B. M. Tarver,
J. H. Arty, J. R. Morgan and C. L Cov-
ington, all of Chattanooga, Tenn. for the
development of lead ore. It is also pro-
posed to erect a smelter at Chattanooga,
Tenn.; office East 7thStreet, Chattanooga,
rangements will probably be made, for
developing the tract.
The Pioneer Manufacturing Co., of Win-
ston-Salem, N. C., has been organized with
$25,000 capital stock to manufacture la-
dies' muslin underwear. Later it is pro-
posed to add a ladies' tailoring department.
L. W. Brown is president; A. M. Brown,
vice-president and Charles C. Vaughan,
aad Vaughan were recently reported ap to
organize company for.this purpose.


PRICE LIST OF

SEureka Wine and Liquor Co.
The Great Southern Mail Order Horee.
X* PRSS PAID. rV VArr M -

Matcett's Private tock .. .. .. .... .. .......L*s W.I sL
HNatehett That's W Imoy .............. .. .. 4 IS
H atehetts Old aRe ........ .......... .. .... S a 4.
Eureka N. C. Apple Brandy ........... ..... .S c. 4 1 .
o N. C. Apple Brandy .............. .. ..... .. 4 S.
ureka Malt .............. .. .... .... .. 4. f
Eureka N. C. Peach Brandy .......... .. .. .. 1 4.1 T.i M~
N. C. Peach Brandy ..... .... ........ .. U 4M 3.
E Bureka N. C. Corn .. .. .. .. .. .. .... .. .... ...5 I 435 &W
N reka N. C. Corn. XX .. ......... .. .. 4. M3.
SEureka N. C. Corn. XXX .................. LI 4.
Sureka N. C. Corn XXXX ............ ... I S L
* Old Crow Bourbon .................. ....... 4 4J LIS
ermtae Re .......... .... .... .. .. 4 .I
funny Brook Rye ........................ I LI Le
Bunny Brook our Mash .... ........ ...... .. S I. ML
Echo Spring ................ ...... ..4. 4U
* g Velvet .. ... .. .. .. .. .. .... .. .. .. .. Le sJs Ts 1
*Oa and .............. .... .. .... .. .. .. .. T im ,
* GIN FROM S2.S TO $5.50 PP &GasN LO1. DeJVMs,
H ave twelve labels of Hateheta Private Stock and secret a bttU I.
ave twelve labels of Hateett ONd *ye anad swan a butde
gave twelve labels of Natcbetta That's Whisuey and seemed a tthe
Save twelve labels of Eureka N. C Corn and secre a betsOe as
twelve labels of Eureka N. C. Apple Brandy and seere oe botle OC.
twelve labels of Eureka Malt and secure one bottle fr e Priem oC al
bought at company's store are We per galon las thUa who dee19e.
* charge for Jugs, boxes or drayase. A. of my botUes are fuB me-asa
Standard brands of whiskies sold ever my bar at Me per drink.
* We also carry In stock Inquors of cheaper grades.
Al wines quoted on applcaton. -
Special prices n large lots, packed any sines dered. LIeves Ir O
S satisfaction guaranteed or money refunded.
EVUREKA WINE AND LIQUOR COMPANY.
I 1 WEST BAT er =rT, JACKaONVILLa. XmiDA. -
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SOUTHERN STATES LAD & TIMBER P W T.


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Florida Timber, Grazing &


Agricultural Lands.


: 401-404 LAW EXCHANGE,


JACKSONViLL MFL -,


S..NATIONAL...



Tank & Export Company

Of SAVANNAH, GA., U. S. A.


A. D. COVINGTON,
V1ee-PMrASM1
3%muce:


C. KLIS.
P. L. SUTaILANTiO.
J.B PADGIr.
J. YOUNG.


IL UKXATYP,
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WAINUR. MAY,
A. D. OjvLGME.


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Our tanks are well equipped and thoroughly nameled ad am
conveniently situated at the terminals of, the 8. A. L. and-A. C. I:
Railways. Our charges for storing have been revised.
WSITrrE ImER OF THm AWOVB FOt PA1rTCULAmR M 1





Printing [or all
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JOHN B. YOUNG.
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J. P. W LIAMS.
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Sine L Pn ...hn.
A__m f Isfeamo at mmltof
Ge Org la ter-Sit Saw MillB
..H sMan bmber As-
Nl Yk Lumber Trade Aso-
Now Tawk Olty, Yellow Pains
of New Yeri City, The Lumber-
Pbof P., Tv
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Ms-or it 141L
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ZEMPRALW ZS.

S knot with earse a is
der the rules), 1 ma -
Sfal to als and sw batted, and
e free from thefoowing defects:
I e.b and hoHow no wrmG
atn khot holes, through sakes or
b akes that shew on surface; and
be sL r ege, sunalmey otherwi
o or omsected from side to sids,
tos oro sideo to edge.
_mme-L- t of dressed umber
"width ad thknes of the laber
mds tk hall be measured m.m
mea rmet _of wae dsill always
lto hber i the roug.
e term orn-half and thirds heart
n they shall be oenstrued as re-
i teX area of the faEe Om wh
4i these ssriig of lumber, when not
elrwiem c15e onue-eighth inch shall
i tisk m by eeh pays er aht.
; CLASBIISJ CATIO.
INWearg a embrace for, Sve and

,Lr als 1 x, 45 d .- ; 1%i, 4, a
; lxl, 4 an d 6.
I N s mbrie alln thiekneesm
e a and a half ihes by over ix
wide. ror eaaml.e: 1, 1 ad
~ -i- th Uby o=eMr ix aSwide

-d e*-hes tounder six inches in thick-



Ir l iut m raaci e a nll sm Il eraed-




l im In hd aup e mdeM by dsxe
and p in width For example: Sox,
SATT, 7z -a8, 80x and up.
o k .. ., -m-ii
it l-l, wio r ms o to two and
Shaw e.a in thickness ,by s"eVn inland
ntup in with. For ex ampls 1, %,
l%, X and ixT and th s by sixt
sg h Ua orn F E tchwr m

El i--h orn ihra asll embrace all
Id Of an and UPi tbtie-a by 1 eight
e1e i AM up in with, sawed on two
Slmy. For -zas mp 1, 1%, 2,3,4 and
tek by eight sideh and up wide,

.Wiasesi.
SAN luber shall be sound, sau no objeg
to.: Wane may be allowed ae-eighth of
hes width o pte- measured -a
ei of wane, extediag one-fourth of the
ngth earner, or its equivalent an
wo or mare oersr, provided that not
'r 10 neaet, of the pieces oi any one
51m a show such wane.
Al sines under nine hes shall show
same heart entire length on one sie;
ass mm lashes a" oev shah show
s-me heat the snth le on two op-
it wa.. -maybe allowed soe-
M b 1- al s sth s pi measure mised


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Sava face of wan ad etsila "m
fitt of the hig t of the pe- ,
creMr orw it eqdvalet o tw r uor
ornes; provided that not o 10 p et
of the pieces of any one i hl
,1_amuss


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Phone i95


WHISKIES
GINS AND RUMS

$1.50 to $5.00 per Gallon
......AG NCY FO ......
Lewis 1866 and. Mount Vernon
Pure Rye Whiskes.
Controllers Blum's Monogram and Syl-
n Rye-Agents for Jungat Cinin-
anti and Pabst Milwaukee Beers.
Prices on application.
CHAS. BLUM & CO.
517 *and SI9 WEST BAY STEELT.
JACKSONVILLE. PLA.

Lombard Iron Works

and Supply Company
BUILDERS AND DEALS IN


ENGINES. BOILERS.
Ctton, Saw, F lsmr, Oi and Ice Ma-
chinery, and Sppli ad Repair
Capacity for 200 Hands.
Machine Tools, Woo-Working Machinery,
Shafting. Pulleys, Hangers, Leather ana
Rubber Belting and Hoe, Railroad and
Mill Supplie and Tools.
P ad estimates furnished for Power
PtLtsad Steel Bridge.
tm Pumpn. Fs Wter Heaters an
AnovGr. GEORg.es.
LAVOVBTA, GEORLGIA.


Prim. w
Flooring han show one heart face, free
from through or round shakes or knots
exceeding one inch in diameter, or more
than four in a board on the face side.
Boards seven inches and under wide
ball show one heart face; over seven
inches wide shall show two-thirds heart
on both sides, all free from round or
through shakes, large or unound knot
Plank seven inches and under wide
shall show one heart face; over seven
ines wiide shall show two-thirds heart
on both side, all free from round or
through shakes, large or unsound knots.
Planks seven inches and under wide
shall show one heart faee; over seven
inches wide shall show two-thirds heart on
both sides, all free from round or through
shakes, large or unsound knots.
Scantling shall show three ceoners heart
free from through or round shakes or
urnound knots.
Dimension Sizes.-All square I umber
shall show two-thirds heart on two sides,
and not less than one-half heart on other
two sides. Other sizes shall show two-
thirds heart on face and show heart two-
thirds of length on edges, excepting when
the width exceeds the thickness by three
inches or over, then it shall show heart
on the edge for one-half the length.
teping shall show three orders heart,
free from shakes and all knots exceeding
half inch in diameter, and not more than
six in a board.
Rough edge or litch shall be sawed from
good heart timber, and shall be measured
in the middle, on the narrow face, free
from injurious shakes or unsound knots.
Wane on not over 5 per cent of the
pieces in any one sie shall be allowed a
on merchantable quality.

Cay, Shine & McCall
Zm= suAiCr.


THE BOND & BOURS CO.


H A+RDW ARE

SASH, DOORS, BLINDS, PAINTS.
Oils, Glass, Stoves, Tinware, Country Hollowar.


SWESrT BAY STREET.


JACKSONVILJLE I.A.


_
WILLIAM A. IOURS JAMII DAMI-


WILLIAM A. BOURS &COMPANY-
TIE OLT ESTA USIS OUAMI AM SEE IWC E 1 THE SATI.

fay, Grain, Feed, Garde
Seeds, Poultry Suplies, lour,
Grits, Meal and fertilizer.
OUR MNOM: Prft~t Sb*s.. Settle Geeds. Catasft rFm k
206 EAST BAY ST., JACKSONVILLE, FLA.


Johi .Yu J. W. MJotte, B.Paker, Jae. MeN. W.. W. Was.
President. Vice-pre. Vioe-Pres. Voe-Prs. See. & Tres.



SJohn R. Young Co.,


: Commission

Merchants.


Naval Stores Factors. Wholesale Grocers.

SavaFonah ( Brunswick, Go
iSi i iis i i i i i i iS i1i I i i iiise - -- -


Florida Bank and Trust Company
Cspit.l SI.O000,.00.. Jaok-nvMllo. rFa.
pEPOSITARY OF STATE COVMT AND CITr FUrND
W. F. COACHMAN President. W. S. JIREINGO. Vice Presat.
W. A. RBDDING. Cuhler. ARTHUB P BBT, Vdie Prear
F. P. rLEXnG, Jr, Trust Ooeer
Receives deposit accounts of indiiuas, rm, oorporosla and banb. Pays 4 pe
yentgol depodts. Beats afe deposit boxes. Bus aand sa fereiga ax ek- -a
iesues letters of credit.
Acts as trustee, trnaser aent, reistrar amd mal ant for crpoineam --
muaeipaiteie. Executes al, trusts sch as exetor, trme e er f Per at
o of cart ad reoelrer.
Vneugnaed Iraeottesl. Aaems eaUed. Cr e e hs.
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FUEL AND BUILAIlm MATERIAL.


The Southern Fuel & Supply C


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| J. A. Craig (0 Bro.
S239 W. B.y Strtee EVERETT BLOCL

leaders in Men's and Boys' Fine Cloth-
Ing mad Up-to-Da~te Furnishings.

Agents for Dunlap and Stetson Hats; largest stock in the City.
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Om INAKE IX THE TADK OF CUBA.
Peimnary figures of Cuba' foreign
eommre for te calendar year 1904 have
JtI reached the department of commerce
a labor through i b a of statistics.
As the reciprocity agreement with the
United States went into effect December
S,19M0, the figures below give some idea
of the relative position of American com-
m re Cb in Cb comparison with that of
the prinipal competing European coun-
trie, affected by the prefentil tariff
trmnnut accorded by the Cuban fiscal
authorities to American products.
The following tables are based in part
upn provisional data for the ealenda
year 190, furnished by the statistical of-
iee of the Cuban treasury deprtm t to
winter Squiers, of Habena, and are exclu-
sive of the movement of specie.
A comparison of the figures of imports
into Cuba by countries for the two most
recent years shows that while the total
sportss increased from $13,46490 in 1903
to $77AJ00 in '1904, or 21.5 per cent,
the share of the United States in these
imports increased from $25,70,100 to $32,-
742,O, or 27.4 per cent. While the im-
ports from dther nations show uniform in-
rses, their relative shares in supplying
the Cuban markets arein most cases, less
for the year 1904 than for the preceding
atr, oi to the substantial gain made
by the United States imports during the
period n question.
The United States furnished 42.5 per
east of the total merchandise imports dur-
ing the calendar year 1904, as against 405
er et during the previous year. The
United Kigdom, our most serious compet-
itor, furnished 14 per cent, as again
17. per ent in 1903. Spain's share has
fallen from 14.3 t 12.6 per cent, while
Germsay's and France's relative shares
have ris inonsiderably, though the ab-
solute Agores of import from all these
countries show substantial gains during
the most recent calendar year.
An analysis of the Cuban import fig-
raes by articles disclose the fact that
the in Cuban imports from this coun-
try a been distributed in a fairly equa-
ble hianer, benefting thus a large num-
ber of American export interests represent-
ed in the Cuban market. Thus the im-
port of cotton goods show a gain of over
87 per cent-from $453,100 in 1903 to $848,-
500 in 1904-l-though it should be said
that even after such an increase the rela-
tive share of the United States in the
total foreign supply of cottons does not
exceed 104 per cent, as against 54 per
eemt supplied by the United Kingdom and
187 per cent by Spain. Almost one-half
of the manufacture of iron and steel
(48.1 per enmt in 1904 as against 43.3 per
et In 1903) is now being furnished by
the United States, the gain in 1904 of
about half a million dollar being far in
excess of gains made by other countries
during the ame period of time.
In boots and shoes the share of the
United States in the total imports has
rise from 37.0 per cent in 1903 to 40.3
per cent, in 1904, the value of American
thoes imported in 1904 being $1,20200, as
against $854,00 in 1903. Spanish boots
mad shoes, which as late as 1900 supplied
almost 8 per cent. of the total demand
for the foreign article, constituted 61.3
per ct of the total shoe imports in 1903
ad 686 per eent in 1904. The change of
taste ad habits illustrated by thee fig-
ures is after all the product of slow
wt, and no sudden changes in the
r figures micould be expected.
total import figures of machinery,
excinive of machinery for sugar mills and
distilleries, show a larger relative wth
than those credited to the United tes,
notwithstaading the 20 per cent differen-
tial in favor of the Amerian article. The
pg s made by American machinery for
Sin sugar mills and distilleries is more
satisfactory, the import figures for the
year 1904 showing substantial gains over
those for 1903, and the relative share in
the total imports for the year 1904 being
732 per cent. as against 66.7 per cent
during the preceding year.
onsiderable gains are shown in the im-
ports of upper and paper manufactures.
Out of $1,04,100 worth oth ese articles
imported in 1903, the share supplied by the
United States was $319,800, while in 1904
th imports from all countries amounted
ti eM70Sa of which the United States


supplied $428,00, or 31.3 per cent The
imports of manufactures of wool and tex-
tile fibers from this country are still incon-
siderable, Cuba drawing upon Europe for
these articles. The imports of manufae-
tured linen, jute and other fibers have fl-
len off considerably during the last year,
while the imports of wool manufactures
show a slight increase.

BIG MOLASSES BARGE TO BE BUILT

The Merrill-Stevens Shipbuilding Com-
pany has closed a contract with R. Truffin
& Co., of Havana, Cuba, for the building
of a sea-going molasses barge.
The new barge will be 110 feet long, 27
foot beam, and will be 8 feet deep in the
hold. She will have twin-tunnel screw pro-
pellers, compound engines and Scotch
boilers.
When completed this barge will carry
50,000 gallons of molasses in tanks. The
contract calls for the delivery of the barge
within five months.
Work on the new barge will be com-
menced immediately at the Merrill-Ste-
vens shipbuilding plant. Some of the ma-
terial is now on hand, and much has been'
ordered.
With this rush contract and the con-
tract for the building of eleven steel barge
for the Isthmian Canal Commission, the
Merrill-Stevens Company will be kept very
busy for the next few months.
At present quite a number of men are
at work clearing away the grounds for the
building of these vessels, and in a few
days the actual work of construction will
be commenced.
It is now a well-known fact all over the
United States and abroad that vessels of
the above mentioned type can be built in
Jacksonville much cheaper and quicker
thaf at any other place, and hence the
contracts let.

The grain elevator which is being erect-
ed at Louisville, Ky, by Washburn-Crosby
& Co., at a cost of $25,000, will shortly be
completed. It will consist of four brick
storage tanks of 65,000 bushels each.


JOHN W. DODGE,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
MOOMS 4 ANOD 1 WEST ADAM STr.
JACKSONVILLE. FLA.
GENERAL PRACTICE AND OPINIONS O TITLES.
i 1ODINSON.Pire. .L OAL..AUn. O Blor
W. B. OWN. Ves-PreM.
Commercial Bank,
State Depeskty.
BmcamCs: olM. F1.. Lake CaW. Pa
Jacksew Vlle, - - Florida




MANUPACTURERB 01


BRICK.

Nil FHI IRI .
Capacity of Yard 800,000 Per Month
'1l. 390.



ABSTRACTS
Title and Tax Abstrets, Mas, te.,
of large trats in all parts of Florida and
South Georgia, prepared for owners and
intending puhasers. Correspondence
solicited.

REALTY TITLE AID TRUST CO.
Law zExhan Blsg, Jaeltamvi, ha.


MERRILL-STEVENS CO.W


Boilermaking and Repairingn

Still Boilers and Pumps.
SHIP BUILDING and REPAIRING.
JAcksonvlke, Fla.
II ofgioifioiiiiit1 11IlovIe 11 1 118iii12

FOR. SALE.

6,500 Acres Round Timber, just south of Stuad
Fronts Indian and St. Lucy Rivers; choice Pineapp
lands. Must be sold as a whole, $3.50 per acre. -


C. BUCKMAN,


z22 HSan St.
JACKSONVILLE, FrLAL


SUMMER LUMBER CG
JACKSONVILLE. FLA.

Rough s-s Drossed LumrA

Long Leaf Yellow Pha9e




: Standard Clothing Company


SOne Price


I
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One Price


0 FASHIONABLE CLOTHIERS AND FURNISFIERS,
* 17 ad 19 West Bay Street, Jacksmuli, ldiM.
S Steotaeo and Hawes HMat. Speelal AttUentle Gve to ail Or4dmA

to
THE DUVAL PraokTurt
JACKSONVI LE, FLA.
Open the Year Round. Opposite Goverment Building. Most Ceetraly and om
iently Located. Thoroughly Repaired and Renovated. Newly Funed and andEEp
Library Connected at Popular Prices.

STAV NONE BETTER MA"

SI4VLO Prompt Shipments&
OTTER CREEK LUMBER CO., Jacksnville, Fla

EH. E. Ktui;nr', Pres. P. L. UTHERLAND, Vice-PresL A. OVIDNg &O
J. P. COUNCIL, Tresa and Gen'l Mgr.

THE COUNCIL TOOL 00.,
General Office: JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
Factory: WAINANIS, N. C.
MI M mr//ls fHISi *raMo Tdmw
t Mavd Wm` Oea. em1.


VIRGIN TIMBER.
Several tracts of 10,000 acres to 75,000 acres

FOR SALE QUICK.
HEDRICK'S REAL ESTATE AGENCY, -
112 Weotrerst Setare. JA1imSIIIra, gn41










'"M WUJAX 'Kill WIJL aw.
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TRADE CONUITIONS IN SOUTFMASTO 1"..oWELL.


Charleston. -Frequent showers during
the week retarded farm work and cotton
picking has made slow progress. Bols
are opening rapidly and picking will soon
be active. Cdlections are slow.
Mrtgo -ry.-Trade in all lines contin-
us to improve; collections are fair. The
weather for the week was only fairly fav-
orable for cotton, but picking of the crop
is progreeing rapidly, and the local mar-
ket shows marked activity for this season
of the year.
8avanna-Purther slight deterioration
is noted in cotton in a few localities, but
on the whole the condition as previously
reported is well maintained. No import-
ant changes occurred in naval stores and
lumber, and the distribution of fall mer-
ehandie continues in fair volume. Col-
lectiops are unimproved, and in some
lines unusual backwardness has been ob-
served this week. That condition, how-
ever, is regarded a being temporary. Re-
tail trade shows a slight improvement.
Augusta.-Trade in general is improv-
ing. Collections are fair.
Atlanta.-Sales and collections continue
fair to good. Very few cancellations are
reported. The produce market shows im-
provement Lumber is bringing a good
price and i in active demand. Indications
point to a heavy business in the fall. Cot-
ton is opening rapidly and picking is gen-
eral, though there is a scarcity of labor.
There is little or no top crop, and indica-
tions are that the yield will be poor in
this section.
Birmingham.-Jobbers and manufactu-
rers in all lines report good trade, with
colletions fair. The output of coal has
about reaseed its normal state, and both
domestic ad steam are bringing unusually
good pries. Southern pig irou No. 2 is
Irm at $12.
Jacksonville.-Florida is prosperous,
and, as a consequence, there is a larger
number of summer absentees than usual.
Nevertheless, trade and colleetions are
normal for the season. Sawmills are busy,
with good orders at high prices, and naval
stores occpy a strong position. Reports
of deterioration in cotton, caused by heavy
raim, have been fully confirmed. The or-
ange crop l smaller than last year.
Chattaooga.-Business in all lines has
been good. Manufacturers are nearly all
rushed with orders. Building is very ac-
tive. Collections are good.
Knoville.-Business, wholesale and re-
tail, is good. Collections are fair.
Memplis.-Wholesale and retail busi-
ness ie qui
Nasbfle.-oesral trade is good, es-
peially with manufacturers. An increase
is also noted in the number of visiting
meihat a on the market. Bank state-
ments indicate a healthy condition. De-
mand for money is good. Activity in real
estate ad building continues. The first
bale of cotton raised in Tennessee this se-
son was received at the Chamber of Com-
merce here and sold at auction August 31,
bringing 161-2 cents a pound.
Little Rock.-Favorabl reports are re-
ceived regarding cotton crop conditions in
rkanas, the uplands reporting the best
.*rop in years. Jobbing trade is good, and
prospete are favorable for good collec-
tiO r a
Wiehita.-Retail trade is dull on account
of costinfed heat, but wholesale is normal
New Orleas-Quaratine restriction
prevent a canvass of adjacent territory,
and merchants in many lines have with.
drawn all travelers. Retail trade re-
main fairly good for this time of the year
During the past week the city has had
the benefit of several cool days, which had
some effect in decreasing the number oi
new aese of fever, and, contrary to general
expetations and precedent, the death rate
dropped materially. The average number
of new cases the past week was forty.
eight per day, with a death rate of seven
The thorough fumigation of the entire city
at stated hours weekly has no doubt hac
a great deal to do with preventing th
malady frtm spreading. The health off
rs give *fti bepi of the extermina


tion of the fever before October 1. Cotton
is reported as being in rather bad shape
in most sections, and a bullish market is
apparent.-Bradstreets.

MORE ABOUT THE STEEL CROSS-TIL.
"The order placed last week by a St.
Louis street railway for 1,00 of the CWr-
negie steel cross-ties, to lay an experimen-
tal stretch of a little over a half mile of
track, shows that the steel tie is making
some progress. Some of the steel ties
ordered by the Pennsylvania Company last
fall were not laid at the time, but have
now been put into the track.
"The problem of the steel tie is being
studied by the steam and electric lines
from the standpoint of efficiency, dura-
bility and cost o maintenance. The ques-
tion of first cost has not really come up.
Naturally, the prioe charged for these
ties now, when the tonnage is limited, is
quite different from the price which would
be charged had the steel tie become a
large tonnage proposition, as it must be
if it reaches any general adoption at all.
"We are in a position now to make an
estimate that should a steel tie on sub-
stantially the lines of the one onew re-
ferred to become a regular tonnage propo-
sition, the cost would be about $2 apiece.
These ties run about thirteen to a ton,
and being laid about 2,800 to the mile,
involves about 215 tons per mile. As there
are over 200,000 miles of steam railroad
line in the United States, operating more
than 275,000 miles of track, the laying of
all the existing steam railroad trackage
with steel ties would involve some 60,000,-
000 tons of steel ties. Having regard also
to the electric lines and the building of
new roads, it can be seen that even the
most moderate rate of replacement could
easily involve a total annual tonnage run-
ning well into the millions. In such an
event, one or more mills would be devoted
exclusively to turning out the product.
There could scarcely be a more attractive
tonnage proposition. It would be much
better than rails, since the section would
not change, and the physical and chemical
requirements for the steel would be easier.
"A couple of years ago it was shown in
these columns that the interest and cost
of replacement of wooden and steel ties
would balance in the case of a steel tie
lasting twenty-five years and costing twice
as much as a wooden tie lasting eight
years. This computation considered noth-
ing but the interest cost at 6 per cent. and
the sinking fund necessary to buy the
new ties. With a prospective cost of $2
for a steel tie, and the cost of wooden
ties rapidly working up to $1 in some
sections, the case appears pretty favorable
to the steel tie. It may develop great dis-
advantages, but the following points are
in its favor: First, the expense of relay-
ing would be involved less frequently;
second, at the end of its life as a tie it
would have a scrap value which might not
be far from half its original cost."-Brad-
street's.

Plans have been completed for the lock
and dam which the Chattanooga-Tennessee
River Power Co. will build at "the suck"
on Tennessee River, about 12 miles from
Chattanooga, Tn. The plans are with
Sthe War Department at Washington, and
are understood to have been approved, and
as soon as they are returned to the com-
struction work involved. Col. John Bogart,
16 Exchange Place, New York, is the engi-
neer in charge, and Major Henry C. New-
comer is the United States engineer at
' Chattanooga, who will act for the govern-
ment. About 50,000 horse-power is to be
transmitted by electricity to Chattanooga,
which is 12 miles from the power-plant
site. J. C. Guild and C. E. James of Chat-
tanooga are the principals of the com-
pany. They have arranged for a capitali-
z action of $3,000,000.

The Commercial Bank of Bluefeld, W.
Va., capital $50,000, has been incorporated
Sby W. J. Winesett, D. M. St. Clair, C. M.
Scott, Nathan Sohn, 1~ A. Lawder, S. S.
e Cofer, Henry Rogdin, H. B. Shelton, H. C.
.Jordan, H. H. Hale, R. L Shelton and G.
SN .Sperden, all of Bluefleld.


DIRECTORS:
a. a. Powell. Cais. .. larrls, D. E. Acicel. P. 5. SutWerai. ,. V. Ceas. e-

THE

Southern Drug Manufactur

Company
C1a of Wat By a "aft"s She
Jac 1eville, orida.




Wholesale Drugs & Commissary S
We solicit the Turpentine and Mill Trade and will e glad to quote j
anything in the drug line. We make packed drugs a specialty td em pA-3
money. Mail orders ae given prompt attention.





Standard Naval Stores Co.,
JACKSONVILLE


CRAS. 4. NARIS,
VIce-president and Treasurer.


Pays Turpentine Producers

Full Savannah Market


lMakes no Charge for Cnmm.IssIoI, Storage or hImraCl

To Bents Savam l so noi to


Standard Naval Stores Co. JAnCKSOrI



- -I Special Notice


READ THIS CAREFULLY.


In answer to numerous m a qire I d-
sire to state to my many frifeda ad
business acquaintances throughout the
South, that I have no interest in or
connection with the Ladden & Bated
Southern Music House, which was e-
tablished by me and J. A. Bates about
thirty-five years ag. I am new inter-
ested largely and soely in the LUD-
DEN & SMITH MUSIC COMPANY,
and in the LUDDZN-CAMPBL.L-
SMITH COMPANY, of Jacksville,
Fla, who continue the same policies
and business dealings which balt up
for us the largest music business in
the South. WM. LUDDEN.


I d aei to han it -or n to
friends a" aequtaitem tit I j
no connectie with or intab t fk-4
Luadm & Bates' SeutBmn
Reuse, estabie d by Wai Lgagg4
myself in 1S87 Mr. LuMle s" -
myslf and Jasperai qdS -i
years associated wit u aM- Ml
terested in the LUDDR3-CAMI
SMITH COMPANY, ef Ja.eial
Fla. Co far as I am awa et.a 1
gle individual who helped to aIj
Ludden & Bates same weB
throughout the Soth is me rm~w-
with the same. J. A. A


We print the above letters in order to correct certain
misleading impressions which are being made among our
many friends and customers. We believe that most buy-
ers wish to deal with the PEOPLE whose policies and
methods gave them the greatest reputation ever accorded
any piano dealers in the South.


LUDDEN-CAMPBELL SMITH CO,'

18 West Bay Street.


Pianos, Organs, Musical Mercu
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SCOMOrATULATIOnS.
AJt t Johus Chapel last Wednesday
at Mrven o'clock Miss Kate Free-
rAM A D. Corigto were hsp-
rriM ilt the presene of a number
w ad arativre
Oh ingteo was one of the mot
r ya i dies in JaekonaVile. Mr.
re lr i president of the Ehlmai-
llmll1 Co., and ome of the best basi-
r Ime mi the city. His numerous
M-J throughout the State wish a long
l happ life to Mr. Corington ad his


LU-MU TRADE NOTE.
E mbdi for practically a Hues of hlum-
oe the Philadelphia market is nothing
"It of B Il for the closing days
Z Aft. ETry dealer i anxious for
se-bk ad pre how no disposi-
o st -o alotrar ng the line. On
n rary, advance are to be noted, es-
iy spruce, as an informal meet-
deales handling this line decided
t h to rams the price. Of yellow
iber and timbers as well an in-
*h& the aine is true. North Car-
pe people are getting ready for
r advanwuce, eand things are "whoop-
sh aeot the Quaker City.

4La & Penington have shut
t large sawminll at Guysie, Ga., on
Athatie & Birmingham Railroad, and
hIartly dear and cultivate one of the
tfarm- t this section. They own
t ad cres of land in and near
which has been cleared of timber,
Mite will be turned into farming lad
It l O likely that a colony will be
ta int augbcrhood.


ANOTHER NEW SHIP BU LDIG B
CLTYDE
In addition to the remodeling of the
Huron, which is soon to take her regular
run as a passenger ship, the Clyde Steam-
ship Company is having the keel laid for
another big passenger ship, which will be
added to the Jacksonville-Charleston-New
York run.
The passenger, as well as the freight
business of this-line of steamers, is larger
than it has ever been, and the rate of in-
crease has made it absolutely necessary
for the company to provide for more sail-
ings. During the past several months the
passenger and freight business of the Clyde
Steanahip Company has been larger than
was ever expected and has indicated to
what extent the business is to increase
during the future. It has been with diffi-
eulty that the company has supplied facik-
ities for all the passengers who have
sought accommodations from this line to
and from New York The passenger traf-
fic has been coming from points in Geor-
gia and as far as Birmingham, while Flo-
ridians are finding it a most delightful
way of going to and coming from New
YT new passenger ship which is to be
built as soon as possible will be on the
same order as the other big ships of the
Clyde fleet and will have the same unex-
celled accommodations. It was announced
in New York recently that it was only a
question of a few months before the Clyde
Steamship Company would have daily sail-
ings from Jacksonville. In a few days
the Huron will be added to the fleet, and
there will be a ship sailing four days in
each week.
The deepening of the channel over the
St. Johns bar and the river will soon give
the Clyde Steamship Company the oppor-
tunity of establishing a regular hour for
sailings. This will be done in about two
months or as soon as the water at White
Shoals is deep enough. This will be of
great advantage to the company, as it will
give the ma standard time in order to
arrange a schedule which will be station-
ary.
The new Huron will leave New York on
its first trip South on September 16, ar-
riving here on the-19th and leaving Jack-
sonville on the 21st. This ship was origi-
nally operated as a freight ship but was
cut in two and lengthened and then ar-
ranged with passenger accommodations.
She has been constructed upon the most
modern lines of marine architecture, with
every known appliance to insure safety
and comfort. She is 300 feet long with
a 43-foot beam and has commodious and
attractive saloons and staterooms for first-
class passengers, with comfortable quar-
ters for steerage, which should render the
ship extremely popular with the travel-
ling public.
Already there is a good booking of pas-
sengers for Jacksonville on the Huron,
which will leave New York on the 16th
inst. The ship will touch at Charleston,
as do all the other passenger vessels of the
fleet and will have a good many passengers
for that city.
The Clyde Steamship Company ha been
closely identified with the growth and
progress of the city of Jacksonville and
has kept up withlthe demands for a pas-
senger and freight service during the years
that the Clyde fleet have been making
this their Southern terminus. The great
increase in travel over this popular steam-
ship line indicates the growth that Florida
has been making during the past twenty
years as well as the growing popularity
of the Clyde Steamship Company.
This summer the travel by this steam-
ship line to and from New York has been
so extensive that the officers of the com-
pany have been themselves surprised. At
present the travel is about even each way.
About September 20 the travel to Florida
will be more extensive, as a great many
of those who are at present in the North
will take this popular line for returning
home.
Advices from Otter Creek, Fla, state
that -the large mill of the Otter Creek
Lumber Company, which was burned sev-
eral months ago, is nearing completion,
and will be operated by September 15th.
It will have a capacity of 100,000 feet per
days, and a large force of hfadB will be
employed.


GREAT ACTIVITY I LUMBER TRADI
Birmingham, Ala., Sept. 6.-The lumber
trade in Alabama is very eativ and the
prospects are very bright for the balance
of the year and far into next year. 0. A.
Sibley of the Frost-Sibley Lumber Com-
pany, of Lamiston, Ala, which concern
is a member of the Southern Lumber
Manufacturers' Association, and which has
a plant reported to the Yellow Pine Clear-
ing House, headquarters in St. Louis, was
in Birmingham to-day enroute to Penn-
sylvania. When questioned about the
conditions in the lumber trade, he said:
"There is a demand for more lumber
than is being manufactured, and prices
are high, finished in the rough selling
easily, f. o. b. cars at the mills at $25 per
thousand feet. In Alabama during July
there was an involuntary curtailment in
the production of 7,748,401 feet caused by
the wet weather. During the month of
August there was considerably more lum-
ber shipped out than was produced, the
stock on hand being reduced considerably.
Shipments of yellow pine lumber from
Alabama during the month of July ag-
gregated 25,144,168 feet. All the mills
are increasing their capacities and should
there not be too large an output after
the turn of the new year, the active
trade is going to hold up right along."
Nineteen mills in Alabama are report-
ing now to the Yellow Pine Lumber Clear-
ing House, headquarters in St. Louis.
Considerable oak lumber is being cut also
in this state, reports from that source
being healthy also.

SAVANNAH LUMBER MARKET.
Lumber. Steam. SaiL
Thursday ........ 503,191 ..... .
W eek ............... 94 63 ........
Month ............. 178,683 387,851
Since Sept 1 .......33,855,670 26,90,944
Where Shipped-
Foreign ............ 2,933,434 205,613
Baltimore .......... 7,521,320 2,934,9
Philadelphia ........ 3,742,818 4,973,064
New York ..........18,474,144 9,845,929
Boston ............ 2,14,929 3,089,009
Other ports ........ ......... 5859,33

AMONG THE MEN OF THE TRADR.
Capt. W. J. Hillman, of Live Oak, Fla.,
one of the most popular naval stores ope-
rators in the State. was a guest of the
Aragon yesterday.

Mr. J. D. MeOonnell, formerly manager
of the Bostwick Turpentine Co., has been
in the city for a few days on important
business.

Mr. H. A. McEaehern has gone from
Gainesville to Mt. Airy, Ga., where he will
spend a few days.

Mr. IL E Pritchett, who recently was
very in at Dublin, Ga., is very much im-
proved and is now down the East Coast.

Mr. D. E. McKeithan, manager of the
Baldwin Turpentine Co., was in town this
week.

Mr. S. W. Allen, of Duval, Fla., a well
known operator of that section, was a
guest of the Aragon last Wednesday.

Mr. W. R. Willis, junior member of the
firm of Jenkins, Willis & Co., of DuPont,
Fla., was in the city this week.

Mr. Goes Mattox, a prominent operator
of Orange Park, Fla., was a guest of the
Aragon yesterday.

Mr. P. L. Sutherland, has been in St.
Johns County for a few days, looking after
his interests in the Lake George Lumber
Co.

Mr. O. J. Olmstead of Mill Creek, Fla,
was registered at the New Travelers'
Thursday.

Mr. R. D. Spavey, of Mattox, Ga., mana-
ger of the Mattox Turpentine Co., was
a guest of the Windsor one day this
week.

Mr. Walter Coachman and Mr. C. B.
Rogers left Wednesday on the Arapahoe
for New York.


Mr. R .. n aekof t a. m. eof
& Black, ionsridn opriatis of A ,
County, spent a few dayi-N, the i
this week a guest of the Ara, .

Mr. I. W Mttot of West Toed, P1.,
has been in Newumn, Ga., a few day tlhf
week.

Mr. R. B. Lutterloh, of Tafaha.ee, fs.,
was among the operators at the Amie
this week.
/
Mr. John W. MeoCnllnr a -
naval stores operator of ABinbri Ga,
was in the city Wednesday.

Mr. W. N. Mattox. who is an extenive
naval stores manufacturer of Oartuvilk,
Fla., was one of the most pro inet op-
rators in the city this week.

Mr. W. K. Sinclair, of Mobile, Alk, Ma
extensive exporter of lumber has been is
the city for a few days as a gn t of
the Windsor.

Mr. C. V. Mifler was one of the OamL,
Fla., operators in the city this week. ,

Mr. J. D. Pope, of Ocali who has are
turpentine interests at Bodble, yl,
spent several days in town.

Mr. 8. A. Walker, of the Walker Tr-
pentine Oo, of Talbotton, Ga, hae beea
in the city for a few days, atelinl to
important naval stores musines


INDUSTRIAL TRADE NOT .
The First National Bank.of Pol Usk.,
has been organized with $30 00apital
The ojcers are J. W. Houston, prMi t;
James B. McVeigh and W. M. te, vise-
presidents, and J. B. Bathgate, hia.

The Star Glass Co, of Morg town, W.
Va., wil begin operation in about 00 days
manufacturing lamp chimneys, shades sam
pressed ware. Five buildings are being
erected, the dimensions of which are as
follows: 80x90 feet, O0x90 feet, 4tS
feet, 30x40 feet and S0xO00 feet. About
$50,000 will be invested. Loui Kanfl
is engineer in charge. J. W. WHme is
president; Lee R. Shriver, vice-preslud,
and W. W. Smith, secretary-treaure.

D. C. T. Davis, Jr., of Charleston, W.
Va., has purchased from the J. L. Bea~
estate a tract of 32,00 acres of coal sa
timber land in Fayette and Grebrier
counties, West Virginia, sad. plas fr
the development of the property re M w
being prepared. The sale was mae
through Mers. Watts, Gsines, Davis
Matthews, of Charleston, and the prie
paid is said to have been $8weA0 T
property carries the New River coal vie,
besides being heavily timbered. It is re-
ported that the buyer represents Richmand
capitalists allied with Chesapeake O"
interested.

Rinehart & Dennis have contract to If1
in Coal Run, the ravine dividing Fairmst,
W. Va. Sixteen acres of ground win be
made, and about $1,00,000 will be ex-
pended.

The Roanoke Clay Manufacturn C.
of Roanoke, Va., has incorporated wth a
authorized capital stock of $60,00 to
manufacture brick, roof tilng etc. & W.
Jamisof is president; W. S. itt, Jr.,'
vice-president, and B J. DeWins, -- -.

The Virginia Light & Power C( hab
been incorporated at AshAd, Va, st
operate electric light and power ~p t,
taking over the franchise recently gn-t
to Frank J. Gould of New York, N. .,
one of the directors of the couMs y. IH
W. Anderson is president; TheB Wheel-
wright, vice-president, ad G B. WiMam,
secretary-treasurer; capital stock $10 m00.

The Atlanta Agricultural Works will
rebuild plant reported burned last week at
Atlanta, Ga., with a loss of $36Pa Two
brick buildings, each 75x100 feet, wil be
erected and equipped with electric fIxtures,
electric elevators, etc. About $I5A6 wig
be expended. Equipesst ho bm PW


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Re view of Naval Stores for a Wee .


SPlrS UP AGAIN
SThe pward t d in prices of spirits of
t tpetnle uwas eotinred in yesterday's
tra g, whe the market opened firm at
A% ea ts, tthe ing figure of the pre-
vim day, with sales of 352 casks, and
dos d firm at 63 eats, with further sales
oa 35 casks. In the late trading all offer-
a taken at the closing price. The
wmipts eoatmue below the normal, yester-
Sda's being but 56 casks. The hipments
T e rsm market opened and closed firm
and uma hanged from the prices of the pre-
S- Im day, with sales at the opening of
S1J7 Irea In the late trading every-
h- ing offering was taken at an advance
'd S e e on D and the remainder of the
St at quations. The receipts wre
ii IAU bare, and the shipments 915.


Stis &ft the Week at Savannh.
Prim Bepts Sales Kip 1904
&L Sat ...%| 47 02 B3 1,46852.
SMr day, p. Labor Iy.
T'hes. Sept 5..1 11Ma I 9609,6b1/
W P L Sept. 6IN% 68 i
STiur. Sepit.. 7.63i I 6 667 479|F2i4g
Suda for the Week at Savannah.
Monday, Sept. ast Year.
W ......... ..5.40 4.95
SWG .. ... ... .. 4.95 4.65
S .......... .... 4.0 4.35
M ............ 4.40 4.10


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G ............ .. 4.15 2.72%
F ............. 4.10 2.65
E ...... .. .... .. 4.00 2.52%
D .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 3.65 2.57%
ABC ............ 335 2.50
Receipts 1,961, sales 1,710, exports 1,468.
Monday, Sept. 4th-Iabor Day.
Tuesday, Sept. 5.-Rosin firm; sales,
1,64; receipts 4,591; shipments 11239.
Quote: ABC, $335. D, $3.65; E $4.00; F
$4.10; G $4.15; H $4.20; I $4.30; K $4.35;
M $4.40; N $4.50; WG $4.95; WW $5.40.
Wednesday, Sept. 6-Rosm firm; sales
4,146; receipts 1,967; shipments 1,566.
Quote: ABC, $335; D $3.65; F $4.15; G
$4.25; H $40; I $4.35; K $4.40; M $4.45;
N $4.50; WG $4.95; WW 56.40.
Thursday, Sept. 7.-Rosin firm; sales
2,176; receipts 1,882; shipments 915.
Quote: ABC, $3.35; D $3.65; E $4.05; F
$4.15; G $4.25; H $4.0; I $4.35; K $4.40;
M $4.45; N $4.50; WG $4.95; WW $5.40.
Savannah Naval Stores Statem.at
Spirit. Roain.
Exports ............................
Exports for season ...... 61,958 86,257
Last year ............ 37,924 49,880
Coastwise ................ 279 915
Coastwise for season ...... ,96 199,531
Last year ......... ..... 52,426 22,788
Receipts Thursday ...... 586 1,882
ILst year .............. 97 2,798
Last year ............... 110,520 309,815
Receipts since Sept. 1 ..124,237 328,173
Stock Thursday ......... 2,721 67,720
Last year ............... 2665 77,697


J. P. .WILLIAMS
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Baily & Montgomery's Review.
New York, Sept. 6, 1905.
Spirited Turpentine.-The market during
the week has held very steady and business
has been of fair proportions.
Thursday, August 31-64c.
Friday, Sept. I-64c. a. m.; 64%c. p. m.
Saturday, Sept. 2-64y2e.
Monday, Sept. 4-Holiday.
Tuesday, Sept. 5--65.
Wednesday, Sept. 6-5-65-6 c.
Rosin--Stock, 24,720 barrels.
Business has also been fair in this mar-
ket and all grades are steady.
AC, $3.70-75; graded-D $4.00; E $4.25;
F 4.40; G $4.45-50; H $4.55-60; I $4.0-
65; K $4.75-80; M $4.85-90; N $5.00-06!
WG $5.50; WW $5.80.
Turpentine at London.
1906. 1904. 1903. 1902.
Stock Aug. 19..33,564 ..... 14,119 1732
Del'd this wk.. 1,442b ..... 2,057 1,507
Since Jan....50,696 ..... 57,653 58,676
Price Aug. 19.. 44-6 41- 42-6 33-1%
Sept.-Dec. ...... 44-6 41-3 43- 33-9
Jan.-April .... 45-6 42-8 44- 34-9
Savannah .... 60/c. 54%c. 52c 44e4c
(a) includes 1,467 French; (b) includes
79 French.
DAILY COTTON MARKET.
Port Movement-
Savannah-Dull and easy; middling 10
1-16e.; net receipts, 9,254; gross, 9,254;
sales 6,879; stock 66,316.
Galveston--Quiet; middling, 105-16; net
receipts, 10,866; gross, 10,866; sales 800;
stock 64,822. Exports.-Great Britain 5,-
158; Fiance, 12,157; continent 4,850; coast-
wise 6,153.
New Orleans-Quiet; middling 10%c;


W. J. KELLY,
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net receipts 1,541; gross, 1,541; sales 1,1f
stock, 45,333. Export-reat
1,421.
Mobile--Esy; middling, 10e.4 c met
ceipts 398; gross, 398; sales 4506;
5,676. Exports, coastwise, 98L
Charleston-Quiet; middling, 10e; im-e*T
receipts 2,1346 gross 2,134; stoek I1,ML.
Wilmington--Nominal; net receipts I;
gross 959; stock 6,231.
Norfolk-Steady; middling, 10le; dmt
receipts 1,591; gross 1,591; sales 138; stoek
17,382. Exports-Coastwie, 1,010.
Baltimore-Nominal; middling, 10%e;
gross receipts 250; stock, 4,50.
New York-Quiet; middling 10.70; m s
receipts 569; gross 1,313. !xporte-Gf t
Britain, 593.
Philadelphia-Quiet; middling 108 e:
net receipts 174; gross 174; stock 1,4. 7
Total today at all ports-Net reeoipft b
27,486; Great Britain, 7,172; Franm I%-
157; continent, 4,50; stock, 361,700.
Consolidated, at all ports-Net
132,79; Great Britain, 32106; FMrae ,-".
975; continent, 32,681.
Total since Sept 1, at all porta--
receipts, 149,827; Great Britain, -
France, 13,75; continent, 34241.
Interior Movement-
Houston-Steady; middling, 1Oe; at
receipts, 7,65; gross, 7,25; shiplme V
8,820; sales, 1,681; stock 8,131.
Augusta-Steady; middling, 103-1ee;
net receipts, 3,344; gross 3,344; shipmi ;
1,974; sales 2,641; stock 2,234.
SMemphis-Quiet; middling 10%; at -
receipts 236; gross 236; shipuiment' :
sales 275; stock 8,378.
Total to-day-Net receipts 11,119; gro -
13,169; shipments 11,655; sales 4,57; stock
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Brasme Offlees:
SAVAMAH, GA.
PERNANDINA, LA.
PENSACOLA, LLA
STAPA, FLA..
NEW ORLEANS, LA
CHICAGO, ILL
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COMMENCED 'BUSINESS JUNE 1. 1905

id controlled by Naval Stores Producers and Factors. throughout the Yellow Pine
in South Carolina. Georgia, Florida, Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana and Texas


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NAVAL STORES EXPORT COMPANY


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Jacksonville. Fla.


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Wanted and For Sale

DEPARTMENT.

dersemuts WINr e Iserted is rY Departmem at te P.ofItI Rates:
or ame week. 0 oents a lie.
For two week. 5 seatma lime.
Forthree weeks, cents a lie.
r ftoarwea, cents a Uae.
Nine w r of orlamr length make oe IUse.
oaml -a two liamm
no Y except ts he ading can be admitted.
emittuem to aempany the order. No extra charge for opies of r
ctaii ade*rtleat. Co art be i this office ot latr th Thr
aorming to secmre sm'rt mo iray' rp per.


Wanted.
A r -edas stiller and a thorough tr-
entie man to ride woods, or take charge
of trpntin plc wanted. Good price
to Addres Gay & Ellarbee,
Bohm, i.s. 4t
For Sale.
Good trpentine loatio, situated one
and oe-ohalf miles from Hartford, Ala.
Good community and plenty boxes near
and timber enough to cut six crops in
re-a of still. Will furnish schedule for
devey now or end of season. W. F.
MeQrif, Hartford, Ala. 6t
For Sale
I have for sale the following: One five-
borse power steam engine, good as new,
bheap. One fber press, very cheap; shaft-
ing, ete. Address C. H. Curtis, Astor, Fla.


W. 5. LWG%=.
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Boarders Wasted.
Rooms for rent, furnished or unfurnish-
ed, with table board if preferred. Ad-
dress Mrs. B. J. Brown, 14 W. State St.,
Jacksonville, Fla. tf
Help Supplled.
Florida Help Supply Company is now
fully organized, incorporated and ready for
business, with headquarters Room 20, Uv-
ingston Bldg, Main and Forsyth Streets,
Jacksonville. We supply Saw Mill, Tur-
pentine, Quarry and Railroad hands, Ger-
man Cooks and House Servants to any
and all points in the South. Correspond-
ence solicited.
Advertising copy (changes or new ad-
vertisements) should reach us Tuesday
morning to insure insertion in the issue
of the same week.


J. W. WADE,
Vies-President.


BG0. HUGS,
See a7d Tress


Union Naval Stores Co.


MO0LB, ALA.
NAVAL


PBNSACOLA, FLA. NEW ORLEANS, LA.
STORES FACTORS.


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NAVAL STORES FACTORS.
AVtAL STOMRS RECmIVED AT SAV"AH, A, JACKSOXVILL.
FLA., AND FRMAmDIA, FLA.

Wolesale Groces also Dealers in Hay. Grain and Heay
Harnebss

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fs LUnmani PROTEST AGAINST
mLa V TAMSHImP RATS.
Savanah, Ga.--Quite a little stir was
created in lumber circles by the announce-
ment of the Ocean Steamship Co. that on
September 1, they would make a change in
lumber rates on lumber shipped on their
vessels to New York and Boston, and that
instead of charging so much per thousand
feet board measure, the charges would be
based on so much per hundred weight.
The majority of lumbermen here maintain
that the new rates will mean much heav-
ier charges on certain classes of lumber,
S-" uch as square edge lumber and short leaf
pine lumber, which, because of its weight
will be subject to a much higher trans-
ortation charge than under the old rate.
The rate on long leaf lumber will be about
the same, but on the cheaper grades of
pine the advance will be about one-third
of the former charge. The lumbermen


here proteted vigorously against the pror
posed change, and the steamship omppny
have agreed to suspend the new rates un-
til October 1. In the meantime a onfer-
ence has been arranged between General
Freight Agent Riehardson of the Ocean
Steamship Co., and the local shippers, at
which time they will present their side
of the case. Several of the shippers here
who have been approached, say that if the
new rates are put into effect it will be
the means of diverting a great deal of
lumber from Savannah to other ports.
The new rates announced were 13% cents
per hundred pounds, which, under the
standard rule of 41-2 pounds to the foot,
would have made the rate m.06 per thous-
and feet, a trifle lower than at present,
which is $6.25 per thousand feet. The lo-
cal lumbermen, however, think that instead
of decreasing the rate it would have in-
creased it, as it takes very light lumber
to weigh only 44% pounds to the foot.
They say that it will run frequently much
higher, some of it going as high as 6
pounds to the foot.


AN INNOVATION I
THB GUARANTY TRUST & SAVINGS COMPANY is now insuring titles
property in Duval County. Call and let us explain our methods.
GUARANTY TRUST & SAVINGS COMPANY
Capital, eoo00,000o.
James W. Spratt, President. W. M. Bostwick, Jr, Vice-Presidei
Harlow Barnett, Secretary and Treasurer.
4 per cent interest paid on deposits.


Successful Men
appreciate, use and advise Life Insu-
rance. The advice of successful men
is worth following. Insure in
THE PRUDENTIAL O"' o. '
or AEICAm


WALT"R P. CST -a r,


JOHN F. DRYDEN, Pres.
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Cer. ersyth arm Cedsr Sts, JACKSONVILLE fLA.

SCarriages and Wagons
Crisp ald l ia Iarhl, l mbk psima, Iw U1M, Br.
rArp- ,ete saof AI arasss, Wag cut. es, S5ary. gp wf sa
1reaos, SUrrfes ana everytlug tkest a ftrst-dcass .stai-Ut.
SrLasest ealerw s Ie Frda.


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Standard Electric Co.,


JACKSONVILLE,


- FL


U U U UU gg g UUU .--------------------- u .
, W. W. CANES, Press W. C. THOMAS, Manager. L S. SCANB See. M l

Tampa Hardware Co.

Wholesale
Hardware
Turpentine, Mill end Phosphate SuppH

ULA1E STMK CI CIL AM MUES HACKS AN NLLESU M U.
STAMPA. FLORIIDA.
f *l .toi to ,,.,, I s,, losses IIoo,,,,mioiS


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profits of
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y customers


CAPITAL STOCK $300,000.00


sonville Naval Stores

Company
JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA

A NEW COMPANY
general naval stores commission business. We
Savannah prices upon day of arrival, and tp make
turn.

A MUTUAL COMPANY
ipper invited to become a stockholder.
* fair and right that the operator should share in the
the selling end of his product.
ample capital and facilities to take care of our
. Your business solicited.


Blum Duiding, Rooms 21-23 Jacksonvi


M. IM SMITH


D. C. ASHLEY, President.
J. I OONOLY J. C. CRANFORD
VIosPIRmsmEnTS
J. N. BRAY. Secretary and Treaurer


M4. rIoa I
J. F. VK)ER


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C. H. Hargraves C


WHOLESALE GROCERS.
GRAIN, 'AY AND FEED.


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LOW


514-515-5-52-522-524-M
EAST DAY STRET,


RATES


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Special Occa ions


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SOUTI IERN RAILWAY.

SUMMER TOURIST RATES
TO ASHEVILLE, HOT SPRIGS, WAYNESVILLE, H]EDE3SOWVUIL
LAEK TOXAWAY AXD OTHER DELIGHrTULLY COOL
PLACES IN SUMMER TIME


ped a vacation in the basatiful Land of the Sky" and Sappitre C tsmy.*M
Write for booklet descriptive of the North Carlina resorts, giving pMMe
fa sand hotel rate.
J. C. LUSK, District Paenger Age t, Jacksmvil 4, kI


Jacksonville Naval Stores Co,


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COVINGTON


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JACKSONVILLE, FLA.


Wholesale SHOES- -
w10lesale: DRY GOODS.


"Success
10`afiS


Lest aurant
S eW W t r sL. a monmuL. FA

NOTICE !
We have about a dozen
desirable Turpentine Lo-
cationsin which we wish
j sell a one-fourth or
ine-half interest to de-
sirable parties.
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: WWoM TRADE XOTLS.
&jjifnchal' Refrigereft; g o., of
B s rleaed two-story brick
w -fiU be ereet.L
ir -- (lty-CM Worik.-Chartered:
Ie e k M Co., with *900000 capital
SbA. F. Sith, L F. Davidson, M.
cwiti, KEatherine Zander and C. W.
BM to *Mim~cum g-.
am. lemma, of MeColl, 8. C., is mm-
.4d in connection with plans for organ-
a $ tO0,00 cotton-mill company at
maw, B.
h United Suety Co., of Baltimore,
L, *tal $00O00, surplus $250,000, bh
d- byJ electing the flowing offi-
P ~rMent, Oli Bryan; vicepresi-
t, ary Peniman; treasurer, Wal-
iIasoaM; secretary, Robert A. Dob-
S. A iMsitat secretary, K Liv-
reat; directors, Messrs. Robert Garrett,
ho T. omer, Walter A. Mson, Hen-
r nin E. J. Clark, Henry 0.
ikd, J. F. Bolph, Samuel H. Tattersall,
L r ab 8. Janney and W. B. Edi-
1, of St.lrodr.
jom state that Rowe & Roach, of
etboo, N. C., have purchased and will
e a 100-sere stone quarry nearSalia-
iNorth Carolins.
Weepeab h-a been organized with
W. Anderson of Richmond, Va.,
i at,, to build an electric light and
m p at Ashiad, Va., furnishing
wr for the operation of street railway,
B;t capital stock, $100,000. Mr. I L. C.
mt of Ashland, T. Wheelwright and
lTini. of Ric Uehod, are among the


For Our


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is Success


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SDo You Want a Perfect Standard

TYPEWRITER CHEAP ?
SNAP BARGAIN

In our wholesale department we have the following special "pick-up" bargains in type-
writers:
One new FAY-1HOLI, just out of the factory and never opened, $87.50. The regular
price of this machine is $110, and it is one of the best machines made.
One new SMITB-PNltZIUR a snap at $73.00.
One REMINGTON No. 7, but little used and good u new, $60. Everybody knows the
Remington, the "old reliable."
One SMITH-P-KEBXM second-hand, but in perfect order, $55.
One FATY-MOT.WU good as new, a real bargain at *55.
If you want to buy a typewriter and want to save money, buy one of these before they
are gone. Better write quick.
We rent typewriters, too, to responsible parties.


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WHOESALEALE DALRS IN
Dry Goods, Clothing, Gents Furnishings and Hats.
MAIL ORDERS GIVEN PROMPT ATTENTION
JACKSONVILLE. FLA.


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22-30 West Bay Street
JACKSONVILLE


Industrial Record Co.


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TIMBER LANDS Ff
Over 100,000 sres, boxed and round timber. So8
awmill locations and Turpentine Places. Numerous
acres up. Good Farms and Country Residences near
atie Seeral eoice resideees in the charming tc
Pa. CU1 or apply for prices and particular. Ad

SeAS. F. TURNER, P. 0. Bx 115, DFI
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)R SALE

ne bargains in Sawmills,
small tracts from 10
town and in splendid lo-
iwn of DeFuniak Springs,
dress-

llk Sprie, Fl.
.IH .pis .il .


THE NATIONAL BANK OF ACISU
JAOKOMQOVLLE. PEA.
CAITAL $3140M 00 us and UMuVc FrKi us
we imm. m. Certmatem or Depostt witi draw tAneat att me IuO II sr a a
nnm. it beN ninety dao or loner. Taks advantage of tmia& an t
neestoda ftr .. PartiWar "ateatim pate toOmt-f!enoeomte. aesBqg 0
DRINK A BOTTLE OF DELICIOUS AND RZ=IR=SIUG


The Clyde Steamship Company


NEW YORK, CHARLESTON AND PLORIDA LINES
' e atga ae m uog i M arme appointed to sil u fllow, dealing
t oftl e. & C. betoh ways.


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Batmrdy, August6,at3:00pm..(OMANCHE... Thursday, August31, at- 5:00m
S.. xONONDAGA Saturday, Sept. 2, at 6:00am
Wednesday, Agst30, at 3:0pm..APACHE...... Sunday, Sept. 3, a 7:00am
Temday, Agusn 29, at 3:00pm..AlGONQUIN.. Monday, Sept. 4,at 8:00am
friday, Sept 1,at3:00pm. .ARAPAHOE... Wednesday, Sept. 6,a11:30am
Sndy, Sept. 3, at 12: 00n'n. .IBOQUOI.. Friday,8, at 12:30pm
.xCIPPWA. Saturday, Sept. 9,at 1:30pm
Tuesday, Sept 6,at3:00pm..XOMANCHE... Sunday, Sept.10, at 1:00pm
Friday, Sept 8,at3:00pm..APACHE...... Wednesday, Sept. 13, at 6:00m
Saturday, Sept. 9,at3:00pm..ALOONQUIN... Thursday, Sept.14,at 6:30am
..**xONODAGA Saturday, Sept. 16, at 7:30sm
Tuesday, Sept 12,at3:00pm..ARAPAHOE... Sunday, Sept. 17,at 8:30am
'Wededay, Sep. 13,at3:00pm..IROQUOIS..... Monday, Sept. 18, at 9:00am
Friday, ept 15, at3:00pm. .COMANCHE... Wednesday, Sept. 20, at 10:30am
Sat6uray, Sept. 16, t 3:00pm. .HURON....... Thursday, Sept. 21, at 11:00am
..*xCHIPPEWA. Saturday, Sept. 23, at 11:30am
fWueday, Sept19, at 1 00pm..APACHE...... Sunday, Sept. 24,at 12:30pm
Wededay, Sept0, at3:00pm. .ALGONQUIN Monday, Sept 25, at 1:00pm
friday, Sept.22at3:00pm. .ARAPAHO... Wednesday, Sept.27 at 5:00am
saturday, Sept. 23, at 3:00pm. .IBOQUOIS.... Thursday, Sept.28,at 5:30am
.."xONONDAGA Saturday, Sept.30,at 7:00am
Tuesday, Sept., at 3:00pm. .OXOANC(iE... Sunday, ct. 1, at 8:00am
Wednesday, Set. 27, at :0pm..HURON....... Monday, Oc. 2, at 9:00am
Friday, Sept.29, at3:00pmr..APACHE..... Wednesday, Oct. 4,at]0:00am
saturday, Sept. 30,at3:00pm. .ALGONQUIN.. Thursday, Oct. 5, at 10:30am
..*xCH PPEWA. Saturday, Oct 7,atll:30am
"--oes via s wi d ml rlestem. right mly. a-estm via
arlesto H*--Bostov ria Charlueton and New York. !-To New York direct.
TII CLYDE NEW ENoLAND AND SOUTHERN LINES.
6s6un am msn satewe sj.5.e.m e, .s rmfesake n oan i .d m
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CLYDE ST. JOHNS RIVER LI NE
Bmewe j.eemsevm s and $enter&
soppoen at hait. Astr L e Fr a n meses.sg (D. K a a on h mAs

STEAMER "CITY OP JACKSONVILLE"
to eg* agto as sseosw: Lamme Iaademovflle. ....lm Twesa end T -
L 3 l. 3asdme 3mu 1110e01114. ManiM Weiemsias & Vredrs 91 a. LU.

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O@t2AL PASMOGER AND TICKET OFFICE, as W. BAY ST., JAC'VILL3.


F. I. IH ONGER, JR, Asst Gen. Pas s. Agent, 122 W. Bay St. Jackeonville, Fl.
W. G. COOPER, JR., Frt. Agt., Jaek'ville. C. P. LOVELL, Superintendent, Jack'ville.
Foot Hogan Street, Jacksonville.
A. C. HAOGERTY, G. IL P. A., New York. CLYDE MILNE, G. F. A., New York.
STHN. G. KGER, WN. P. CLYDE & CO,
-eneral Manager. General Agents,
Chaboumgh Building, 19 State Street, New York.


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Proved by the highest medical expert to be the met bhethfl hk M
Sold by the JACKSOVILL COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO., e4 Wet fta
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R. S. HAL, Pres. H. B. CLARKSON, V. P. and Mgr. H. A. OD, See. a l


Marion Hardware Company

Hardware. Mill and 2

Turpentine Supplies
OCJL,, FLORIDa.

Ililll itl i ill l ill l l l Iitin i n il l l l lI- J I 1i
J. P. WnLJAMK Presdent. J. A.. Cames, To
T. A. JUnrmas, d Vilo-PreelnJt. J. DomauBa ,a
fH. I KATrm, scretr. D. Waml. 1TU Tser

E J. P. WILLIAMS COMPANY

SMaim of 0neI ei J mJrnam omo o. e.
S arfem> o~[fmest ]PJ ]ICOL. ]rL[. Ifert
*"** ~nomn &I C -LR, flXlL.LX } OLU--Q &
Naval Stores ProdMers are lanited to CorWspeVf WtkA &
im3 11m 13mmttt )4.Im413 1613m 3111 ,,IIII..IIIIIU


j el t m * 19# u uteillt 14 1 l8s o f u u 84888888u84"nu

-JOS. ROSENHEIM & SONS
INAVrACTIvMt AND JOEE1S 0O \0


SSHOES

* SAVANNAH, GEORGIA
0 "Best Sioes Made for Cemm scary Trae."
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Southern

Electric...

Company


BOARD OF TRADE BUILDING. 218 I*A n
......INSTALLATION O......
Electric Wires of Every Descap m
Elevators Installed and Repaired. -i
and Fan Work a Specialty
Electric Fixtures.
BELL PHONE 1330. JACKSON4VLLS. l


Pine Staves Headin,


STANDARD SIZES


"- PROMPT SHIP


Sel me ywr orders fr present or fttae -

T. J. Witi I UED. Bonifay, F


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buyers' Directory

W* ym. wat nyt~eln look
0"a ths calnflei list and'
S t* theIw appearing
Th duaratees

~. v. ATTEYNNS,
nwwe jaiisonvile, Jim.

AWRY Tab and Trut Co
ACCOUNTANT&
L. na oInm@G, Jacksonville, Flm.
kNSral Ink, JesbeCavifle. Sla
Book J I 8masg e, 1%.~r
10 U Tirut & Savings Co., Jackson-
Bank & Trust CO', Jacksonville,
Bok 11 Jacksonville
pt mobso, o. jawearm, I%

am~.L Jr., JaekasavW Jim
ow urptiOak. h sok
inmuyl Csk TeJak.

G k Coma-Of Bottling CO., Jack-

r e., Jo adivIW Uke
Cle4osthg C.., Jacksouvlflei rb6
P aso a l 004 Fb
ibot.. &aa a.. Jaksbonille Uk
r OMUUMON MERCANATS.
few & Mimisa y , NwO York CtY
-S0 14NeW York City.

%MSOU~ANCSC
Tub MA rTfmi OIL

3 C., Thes, Jecadmoville rim.
Ail-ook Jaowdl Fh
u'mWW!SD so ~~a ~

JIMMO 001., Jacksonville

Duw Go 0.. UamaoovWe
BUY eo-WHOGLESLL
A 00, Tba, Je*admorills Jim.
& Ch., Jeduwavflle, Ji
P Uac!R SUPPLIES.
4 IS Cs..Jaravme Ik..
in h00., Jacksonville, r33.
U 0e, Jacksonville, FIl.
Wseris Co-, Jachkaavlfle, Fla.
Eha Cs, J. S.m, Mac, a
& Cs., W.A Jacksonville, Fl.

04 Jackwoore, Tk
01 6s, J. S'. MASON.a. (

0 & SupA., Jycks. The, Jak-

e. URk Ae
O WNS 0. J. JLckaamvm 01.

Ted & Supply 064 O Tbs. J&*

rgottw cos, Jacksonville, Jim
=029 ,Jwarm-n-006
& Ike., J., 1Jeke1'ile M.-
UcemeoteLn 0o., Jacksonvlfle, 11m.
Cleddag Ook., acksnvill. rA

Gresr Cs, Jaskeamylle, Jim
C.(1HJacksonville, Nb2.

Bie reery Co., Jacksonville, 71.
004 P, ammmak OI
,John X, Savannah, Ga.
ODIOUR ALE.L
*00 O tubw Works. Live Oak. via.
~iI hr4Ckg Y~~a Ga, eesI, Nb
e a0Harn& OIL, Fla.
NAANE3
MWd "a DEima oi "aT. m~mil,7
avers cw, naadma ns y
:mmpane 03., Cokie, Jim.
~a Ardware Co., Tampa, Fla.
NAT AND GRAM.
.s & Co., Wm. A-. Jacksonville, Jim.
afta &Br, J. A., J lamyNe, FJIm
GAMIC C10, Joavomfe, rUk


mr~. 11 Ym i Dr- r Z


stuart-Bernatein Oo, Jleksodvll, la.
HOTXLL
ro, The, JaksovilSe, Ja .
rural Hotel, Jacksonville, Fa.
otl Bartholdi New York City.
t. George, Jacksonville, F.
Light's Restaurant, Jacksonville, F
HELP SUPPLIED.
Florida Help Supply Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
IRON WORBK]
Lombard Irom Works & Supply O, An-
guota, Ge.
M-rifl-Stewe OP., Jads m el%, h 1
Sehoeld's So 0o3, J. ., Mason, Ga
INSURANCE.
Prudential Life, Walter P. Corbett, Mgr.,
Jacksonville, Fla.
Cay, Shine & Mesall, Jacksonville, Fa.
aLren H. Green & Co., Jacksoaville, Fls.
JEWEaS.
Greeleaf & Crosby C., JIackevmlle rm.
Hes &. Mager, Jacksonville, 7f.
LIQUORS.
Bum Co., Cb&., Jacmksoville, Ik
Myron, Max, Jacksonville, JAm .
Altmnyer & Fsta Lkquor C ~. a .
zureka Saloon, Jacksonville, Fl.
Joseph Zapp & Co., JacksomHiie, Fla.
IrLDICIZS.
Spemr Medicne Co, ChQtt1anog Teas
Southern MV-uf-et"rig Co., Jacbotvile,

Chrstle-Groover Drug Co., JasckonvlIe
fte.
MAPS.
Reltty Title ad Trrt o.
MACHIII WORK
Lombard Iron Works Suppl Co., Au-
gusta, GA.
sehoked's Sow 0o., J. S, Mason, Ga.
MATERIALS FOR Umranagns PRO-
CESS.
Seboldd's Bom Co., J. S., MuS, Ga.
METAL WORKERS.
Baker, M. A., Brunwick, Ge.
MeMilas Bros., Savana, Ga.
MILL SUPPLM8.
Maron Hardware Coa, Ocala, fk
Sehoseld's Sorn Oa., J. a., Mauoa aG.
Tampa Hardware Co., Tampa, FLe.
Weed & C, J. D., SaIamnah, Oa.
NAIL&
Salem Nail Oa., New York ity.
NAVAL STORE
Bally & Montgomery, New York, N. Y.
onolidated Naval Stores 0., acksad
ViMe, Pi.
Standard Naval 8tos 0., Jaka le,
Fla.
Timmons-Blount Co, Tampa, Fla.
Unioa Naral Store Co., Moile, Al.
Williams Co, J. P, SaTannah, Ga.
West-Flynn-Harris 0o, Jaeksonvile, Fl
Young o, John R., Savannah, Ga.
Jacksonville Naval Stores CO., Jackson
ville, JFl.
NAVAL STORES EXPORTERS.
Naval Stores Export Co., Jacksonville, Fh
PAINTS
Bond & Bows Co., Jadiksamfle, la.
PHOSPHATE SUPPLIES
Marion Hardware o., Oeala, Hs.
Tampa Hardware Co, Tampa, Fla.
PAPER.
Florida Paper Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
PIANOS.
Lodden-Campbell-Smith Co, Jacksonville
Fla.
PUMPS.
Merrill-Sterves 0., JasckomMile, is.
Sehoelde' SooN 0., J. 8, Mason, Ga.
TANK STRAGE.
National Task & portt 0., SavuBma
Ga.
REAL ESTATE
Brobstom, Fmdig & Co., Jaelmoavlle, Is
C. Buckman, Jacksonville, Fla.
Christie, J. D, Jacksonville, Fla.
Lvingstona Boms, J. H, Oela, Fm.
Southern States lad sad Timber 0C
Hedrieks Real Estate ALency, Jacknoz
vine. Fli
SAFES.
Diabold Safe and Lock Co., Jaeksonvilk
SEEDS.
Bours & Co, Wm. A., Jacksonville, Pla.
SHIP YAJDB
Cummer Lumber C., Jacksouvile, Im.
Me-rill-Stvem C., Jacksobvile, FiL
SHOES-WHOIL8ALI
Ooingto Oo., Tha, Jadiaim La
Jos.Rosenheim & S Sava Ga.


TrPzWRI TXS AND SUPPLY s.
R. C. Davis a o, Jacksonville, ma.

Clyde Steamap O., The, New York ity.
STOCK BROKES.
Holmes A CO., Samuel P, Jacksomvfle ,FI
TA.KX
Davis & Soa, C. M., Pahtka, Fh.
Seohold's oar Co., J. S., Maeo, Ga.
TITLES AND TAX ABSTRACT&
Realty Title and Trrt Co.
X uura u Ims APPARATUS
Chattauaoo Pttery 0O., Jadksonvill, Mla.
aUzrAkjUlAz STILLS.
Baker, M. A, Braswick, Ga.
MeMillan Bras., Savamuah, Ga.
IuKrEBkxai. STILL TUBS.
Davis A Soam, M, Palatha, Fla.
au PEr lasu VATS.
Davis a Sao, G. M, Palatks, 7Fk
LausPMaLInms TOOLS.
Council Tool Co., Jacksonville, Fa.
HISCLR.
Vehicle & Harness Co, Jacksonville, Fi.
WATCHES.
Greamlesat a rosby Oo, Jackboaville,
HesS & BlaSer, Jacksonville. Fla.
IYLLOW PINK LUMKEL
Commer Lumber Ck, Jak oVinle, Fla.
Rest Coast Iamber Co., Watertow, 1k.


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ELECTRIC
MOTORS
LAMPS Ano WiINQ
FANS
National Electric Co,
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Trade Checks

FOR THE


COMMISSARY KMln.
THE INDUSTRIAL RECORD mmm-
facture more of them than an the
ing and office supply houss in the
combined.

COMMISSARY CHECKS
Send 4l orders for Oommissary c0rk,
aPy eolor, any depomitio, padded
loose to the

lndestrial Record Os.


Tam OLEmT WD m3rr lmoun =s
SmOmeIA. (2s ,d00absa e Sm 201.)
OLD SHARP WIIAAMS-Pmn r ae 1OOM .
RYe. By the salmon $.40; tour (am qmUfs
3.r0 express prepaid.
GRO. o. COLEUAN-Pur Pousyvee
Rye; Rich and Mellow. By the aeall.
3.15; tour full quarts $., express prepam.
ANVIL RrE--Pure Substantial Faml
Whiskey. By the gallon .J; sour ftl
quarts 3.3, express prepaid.
CLIFFORD RYT-By the galrom W.;
fogr full quarts u.,. express prepld.
OLD KENTUCKY CORN-Drheet fr
Bonded Warehouse; Ane and ol. By the
anllon 3.e; four full quarts $.L euessm
OLD POINTER CLUB CORN BRk
and Mellow. By the gallon UW; tour tfl
quarts 3.55 express prepaid
We handle all the leading brands of Rye and Bourbon Whikles in the maret
and will *ve you from S to N per cent on your purchases Bend for price eMt Mad
Catalogue. Yslaed ree upon application.

The Altmayer 4k Flatau Liquor Company.
MACON. GA. AND BIRImoGHAM. ASA.


DIAMONDS AND WATCHES

we simply ask a cal. We can show yO, at correct amr meey
saving prices, mamy papers of itose pare wHte, prect
DIAMONDS. It Is oew desire to cotfae beflg tte larg
Iamoed dealers to Jacksetille, and oer specialty Is frue romw-
cot gems and Mhlg-grade Waltfta and Egfll Watbes.

SH & 01AE Nam ds, Wats, Jewey,
IESS SILAGER11-13 -al Sbt., 33. b,, Jnbkh Fh.
^^tt&^&iuhaj^^ ^ -90 -1 Ma: 01-M--


M. A. Baker,
VC NIOn A"D MAWAUatmt Or TM

Baker Improved o

Seamless Turpen

tine Stills.
Write me for prices ad eut
r.0. O3. any point i Geopis. wr-
IdL Albm or Mamislppi. All
aslls old unda sJranesa
JOB WORK
TumP se Csmr" asechy. _..
h= ied Orl" Cpp, Brunswick, Ga.
Wor My is lar and heavy bo h do no le
WF My specialty is ls. worms and heavy bottoms taht do nt leel.


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J .se B D. Christie, Business Agent
.nom 3 a.I-upee Jaewksmam, nf
TelebmInp 4aS.
U yo w b les to t lo la aris ad entemplato goig late bd-.4, let -
hel yo. If y e a business to sB, lit me with
S--VANAH NAVAL STORKS RECORD "OR zg-o4 AID TWO PREVIOUS YEARS
r easits. IggB-O 190-W 1901-0
mo a ................................ 13,4A7 31,43 314,34
bnvls .............................. ,aM S40, 171,446
TM ................................... m 133,M 8 1,36,7
ti a -aMs ............................... 1883,93 3 420 314.17*
b rrM, lra ............................... 736 70 976,6 8 e1 37
* r9lM, as.b .............................. sUsM 2es1e sylCs
hSEW, 0 mI" ............................... as,171 5173a 536,0
Now Yrk.
Iti, b ................................. 3,6 42,7M5 3,763
.akms, barru s .............................. 87,83M 133,11 MJ6m

ai cb ............................... 5 ,1 37,I6 43 637
The ressipta ir.it. are Is. than 13B-08 by 98,84 emaks, and of roeui, 283,M6

Crops Spiritn and Roits lr Three Yeamr.

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hw oriems ........ 3,017 1I3,1 31 161,43 O1,6668 34,23
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Atlantic National Bank of Jacksonville
SOURCES THREE MILLION DOLLARS.
We invite special attention to or arviag Department, which bi oer
under GOVERNMENT ur s VISION.
Iulr.lw.IT COMPOva D E OArVAmRLY.


THE ARAGON
JACKSONVILLE. VA.
NOW OPEN
Under new nu ZgZagmt. Thornnft
renovated and reprod through, ia-
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Sow e trielight plant
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1rg pris of Aerican ......... 34 27-1 1 41-2
aqrated by Jamsm Watt & SIa, I rdom, A~ha


CO~PARA~TVI PRICS OF SJIRT AT 8AVAMAH fOR FIVE TYARS.


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Distiller's Pumping
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No plant complete without -*.
Hundred of them in U in aar
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Engines, BlMers and fh
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Sauwer Tubes, Els.
Advise your wants.

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W. W. TDOIMOS, B. W. BULO J. P. CAnS,
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Naval Stores Factors


And Dealers in Supplies of all Kinds for Turpentine
Operators.
Correspea nce Stdted Addr

TIMMONS- BLOUNT CO.

American Natinal Bank M& TAMPA, FLRIDA.

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ROUGH AND DRESSED LONG LEAF

Yellow Pine Lumber


Bundled Rosin Barrel Staves in Carload Lots.
Steamer Sbipmeats a Specialty.
WATERTOWN, FLO.IDA.


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Tilrptin Southern Copper Works.
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Filfns. JACKSONVILLE, FLA. aWS. .A.
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Manufacturers of High Grade

Western White Oak Spirit Barre


Capial $100,000.
JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
Orders sent direct to us will receive prompt and careful attention.
We are now prepared to furnish barrels from six shops advantageously located.

OFFICERS:
J. C. LITTLE, President. JOHN E. HARRIS, Vice-Preident.
E. H. MOTE, General Manager. C. H. BARNES, Secretary and Treasur
DIR ACTORS:
LE, JOHN E. HARRIS, C. H. BARNES, J. W. WEST,
W. C. POWELL, W. F. COACHMAN. E. H. MOTE.


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