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September 29, ia0
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Jacksonville, la. :
Pleaseo sr M us your lowest net rate :
for quarter ~~e and half page ad- -
vertisment t6 run three months, Oo-
tober, November and December. We want
this answer lmLedlately as we wish
to seouro the October issue. It yu.
care to wire us prices'we should be
glad to have ybou-do so. Otherwise re-
turn your answer immediately.
FRANKLIN P. SHOMWAY CO.,
Per F. E. Allen.
Dictated by P. Z. A.
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Mr. P. M. Cleon, of Gainesville, who
was in the city last Tuesday, right from
S the busy county of Taylor, gave out some
information and details which will demon-
strate to what great extent Jacksonville
is to profit from the development of Tay-
ihr and Lafayette Counties.
Mr. Olson states that there is a timber
belt which the extension of the Newberry
Sdivimo of the Atlantic Coast Line will
ot only tap, but pas through from one
dud to the other, and through the very cen-
ter. This belt is about ninety miles long
and about twenty-five miles wide, and
eantaim the best timber that is standing
in Florid today. The timber is large
and will make the finest lumber that Flor-
id is to ship for the next several years.
Mr. Colson's vast experience and care-
fae study of timber in this State makes
him a competent judge and an estimate
from him will be of great interest. Mr.
COison has had something to do with tim-
ber in Lafayette and Taylor Counties, and
S bi estimate of the timber which is con-
tained i this one belt alone is 5,000,000,-
00 feet, and all or nearly all of it will be
shipped through this port, being brought
S here by the Atlantic Coast Line, which is
rapidly building through that belt. This
tract phases beyond Taylor and into Jef-
As an indication of what this will mean
for Jacksonville, the number of feet ship-
S pd from here annually, according to the
rate for last year and what the rate is so
far this year, is about 200,000,000 feet.
S On this tract of land there is about twen-
ty-fve times as much as is shipped from
ti port annually. In other words, it
wold take twenty-five years to ship this
S much lumber through Jacksonville at the
rate shipments were made last year and
will be this.
Of course, all of this lumber will not
pass through this port, brt a great deal
S ad in fact most of it will. While there
are no great sawmills on this tract at
present, there will be a great many mills
established as soon as the railroad is com-
pkted through the belt, or so soon as it
S M completed through any considerable part
- t dit.
Already there are a number of naval
store farms on this belt, and more of
them will be established later But at the
rate lumber-is advancing it is more than.
probable that most of the timber will be
wed into lumber.
Prices which have been paid for this
S timber are considered enormous when com-
a red with the prices which were paid a
ew years ago. -In Lafayette and Taylor
Counties many fortunes have been made
because of the advance in the prices of
timber land in that part of the State.
Some of the advances have been remarka-
his considering the brief time in which a
purcaser held the property before mak-
ipg another deal. estate agents in
hi city have figured largely in these
deals, and have banked a neat sum be-
euse of their connection with sales.
Work on the railroad extension is pro-
gressing favorably, and it will not be
may months before it is complete as far
a Perry. Before the rains prevented
work just across the Suwannee river the
grade was completed a distance of twen-
ty-five miles from Old Town, where the
road eroes. When the work was stopped
there the grading was commenced from
the Perry end, and proceeded this way.
The land there is higher, and the work has
gone along fairly well, though the grading
eontractor has had some trouble in secur-
ing hands to work. The grade is now
completed twenty miles this side of Perry,
aad the gap ought to be closed in a few
S m ths, and the laying of rails com-
menaced. The road is complete as far as
the river, and a bridge is being built across
the stream. Pilings have been driven,
and in a few weeks the work of putting
up the steel will begin. This is to be a
drawbridge, and one of the best in the
In building this road the Atlantic Coast
Line is putting down heavy steel, and it
will be one of the best tracks in the State.
Owing to the heavy freight which will be
pulled over the road for years to come
heavy iron will be a necessity.
Mr. Colson is as enthusiastic over the
prospects of Taylor and Lafayette Coun-
ties as all those who visit that part of
the State and who make a note of the in-
dustrial conditions. That the develop-
men of that section of Florida is to be of
great value in a commercial sense to Jack-
sonville is more than evident. It will
bring a great deal of business to this city.
TO CONNECT THE A. C. L. AND M. D.
Hinesville, Ga., Sept. 28.-The citizens
of Hinesville with those of the northern
section of Liberty county, and the south-
ern and western parts of Tattall county,
are elated over the movement of a large
number of business men of the two coun-
ties to secure a charter to build a road
from Fleming, on the Atlantic Coast Line,
via Hinesville, and Osnily in Liberty
county, and Glennville, Tattnall county,
to Vidalia, in Toombs county.
Such a road would divide about equally
the large area of fertile and heavily tim-
bered section which lies between the
Southern Railway on the west, the At-
lantic Coasit Line on the south and the
Seaboard on the north and east. This is
by far the largest area in the State with-
out railroad facilities.
Besides opening up one of the best see-
tions of the State, and connecting at Vi-
dalia with the Macon, Dublin and Savan-
nah, it will give Savannah a much short-
er route to Macon and Atlanta.
FROM HELKNA TO THE GULF.
Douglas, Ga., Sept. 28.-At a meeting
yesterday of the board of directors of the
Darien, Atlantic and Gulf Railroad Com-
pany, it was decided to extend the road
northward from Barrws Bluf to Helena,
and southward from Nashville to some
point on the Gulf of Mexico not yet de-
eided upon. The road is backed by ample
capital, and hustling, experienced finan-
ciers. The following committee was ap-
pointed: Vice-President Jno. McLean, J.
M. Ashley, G. W. Deen, John E. Wadley
and W. M. Toomer.
400 BALES COTTON DESTROYED.
Louisville, Ga., Sept. 27.-Fire broke
out in the Farmers' and Merchants' stand-
ard cotton warehouse about 1 o'clock this
morning and destroyed about 400 bales of
cotton, entailing a loss of between $20,-
000 and $25,000.
The warehouse had a capacity of about
1500 bales and had a fire-proof wall in
the center. By this wall and hard work
of the fire department the fire was kept
confined to only one section. The loss is
fully covered by insurance.
LETTERS PATENT SUED.
Tallahassee, Sept. 28-Letters patent
have been issued from the office of the
Secretary to the Liberty Land Company.
This company will do a general naval
stores business. The company is capital-
ized at $30,000. The incorporators are:
C. Downing, Edwin Brobston, B. D. Blount
and Albert Fendig.
Five Rllion Feet in One Pine Belt
PHOSPHATE ROCK FERTILIZER
The University of Illinois, through its
agricultural experiment station, situated
at Verbana, Ill., has been doing some ex-
perimenting with Tennessee phosphate
rock as a fertilizer in its untreated state,
and after a test lasting over four years
in duration they announce that the rock
ground fine and used without any other
ingredient has proven exceedingly valua-
ble, and more durable than that which re-
ceives chemical treatment.
The amount used is above three times
the quantity of that which has received
chemical treatment, but its lasts more than
three times as long and does not cost
quite as much as that which receives treat-
In the treated fertilizer the effect is
generally exhausted every year, but in
the ground rock, the land continues to im-
prove and show the effect of the applica-
tion through three or four years, which
proves that the increased quantity of the
natural rock is made the more economical
in the end.
This should prove an exceedingly valua-
ble discovery, since any farmer can easily
pulverize his own rock, and by a sueces-
sion of judicious applications restore his
poorest lands to a productive value equal
to his richest. Lands that produce only
9 or 10 bushels of wheat per acre, have
been made to bring as much as 27 bushels
per acre, with only this natural rock as
a fertilizer, and this is certainly a most
The south has millions of acres of waste
lands that can be brought back into a
high state of productivity, and there is
nothing that will tend to add more to the
wealth of this section than for our far-
mers to pursue a policy of reclaiming
every year a given number of acres of
such lands. The details of this new dis-
covery should be obtained by the commis-
sioners of agriculture of every southern
state, and sent out to all the farmers, so
that they can begin using this natural
fertilizer, and of which the south is the
only possessor so far as is now known in
HOW TO HOLD LABOR.
The scarcity of labor in the South is
a problem that confronts sawmills and
woodworking institutions regularly once a
year, just as it does all the other indus-
tries This year it has reached such an
acute stage that the sawmill men of the
South have taken concerted action look-
ing toward the improvement of southern
labor conditions. One thing'that appears
to keep skilled labor out of the South to
quite an extent is lack of congenial sur-
roundings. This is frequently not due to
the shortcomings of nature as much as to
the lack of forethought and effort on the
part of the southern mill men. In other
words, they don't give enough attention
to the surroundings of their plants; do
not seek to make them as attractive and
homelike as they might. The skilled
worker, while he does not have to be, and
doesn't want to be coddled, is a man of
tastes, and no one can blame him for
wanting to have his family and his home
amid the most congenial and refined sur-
roundings he can find, and so long as posi-
tions are available in the cities and at
northern points, accessible to these advan-
tages, there is no inducement for him to
go south except a pure matter of wages.
On the point of wages the south is not
backward at all, but rather has a reputa-
tion for paying more liberally for skilled
help than any other section of the country.
It not only pays liberally for skilled help
but buys the best to be had in the way
of machines and if the mill owners would
just add a little more spirit of improve-
ment in surroundings, they might be able
thereby to do much toward elinig th j
scarcity of skilled labor down that way.--
CHARTER OF SOUTHrnM FE m -,
ZER CO .GRALTZD.
Judge Seabrook last Monday gr tad
a charter to the Southern FetWiser a-:
Chemical Company, a coceran with a&J
quarters in Savannah.
The stockholders had a meeting in Bh
company's offices in the SBrrl DI M
in the afternoon and organized by delsJ
ing offers as follows: Mr. M. M. Stel
art, president; Mr. J J. BRaa, wii@0
president and Mr. A. D Strhm r, _T,
tary and treasurer and manager.
Strobhar was formerty coueteta
the Virginia-orolna Chemical
at Memphis. The new company in i
ipation of the granting of the car
dered its machinery for the
of fertilizer, to be installed an its
erty on the S. . I terminal.
CAMPS BUT CA XL wr MIU
White Springs, Fla-- G. Culpepeper 9
turned home Monday night after en
senee of several days ia west Fr bi.
business for the I J. & B. F. Otm I
bar Company. M. Culpepper pt M
of his time in Taahassee, whee he
gotiated with parties there for a
sawmill at Carrabelle sad 80a,00 aem
flie virgin time lands i Liberty
Wakulla counties. This is eoasiaeed
those who know to be one of the
sawmill propositions in the South. i
price paid for the entire tranmaatic, s
are informed, was $20000. We are If
formed that the new owners will bUM
erected at once three largest tir m i
plants, and will increase the present
upt of the sawmill to oe hundred thsq~,
sand feet of lumber per day. The CIMLi
are counted among the larga sawm ill
turpentine operators, and with this n i
addition to their already vast .lw l
they will rank among the largest tin
SOME RECENT DECISIONS Or I.r
CATE LAW POINrT
A remainderman is held in Roby
Newton (Ga.) 68 L. R. A. 61, to' bS
titled to the forfeiture of the life
interest because of waste only whes MJ
pears that there has been both
and voluntary wste by the-. -
one for whom he was respoiible, an
the voluntary waste was committed um-
That the contents of an extrimns dei
ument cannot be incorporated into a wSl
by a clause stating that a sum was iven-
in trust "for the purpose set forth i tIh
sealed letter, which will be found with Me-A
will," is declared in Bryan's Appeal (OnL.)
68 L R. A. 353, where the will eoataMa
no clear, explicit, and unambigmoms W-.
erenee to a specific document as the can
intended. The other authorities cw it-W-
poration of extrinsic document into w;l
are considered in a note to this eaae.
That no warranty that the article wfl
be suitable for the intended us ean ca-
implied, is held in Rollins Magine Ca. ns,
Eastern Forge Co. (N. H.) 68 L. R. A. 44,-'
where an express contract is made bt
forge a steel piston red of spedd 46-
mensions, without stating that it i i-:
tended for any particular me.
The right of the courts to consider the
adequacy of the provision for an mnber,
child to save a will from revocation by Wi-
birth is denied in Re Newlin (Pa.) 68 L Ik
A. 464, if the provision for him sheou.-
that he was in fact in the testator's mid,
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THU WBWKLT INDLmirrRUL RECORD.
The industrial Trade News of the Week1
- The Cherokee Abstract and Realty Co.
has been organized at Tahlequah, I. T,
. with $300,000 capitaL The directors are
J. D. Cox, president, Tahleqush, L T.;
- Frank Dowell, vice-president; Dr. E. Pleas,
I. J. marr, J. D. Turner, treasurer, all of
SOmigsh, L T.; J. L Coursey, Tahlequh,
L T., meretary; W. Myers, Morrilton,
SArk., and B. (. Dowell, Wagoner, L T.
SP. M. Davitt, Ed. C. Lourdon, J. T. An-
' arews au Roland Devitt have incorporated
Sthe krinity Heights Land Co., with $30,000
Seoital stock, at Fort Worth, Texas.
Plans have been completed for the or-
g pmation of a stock company for the
pi- pos. of building a large cotton mill
at Kams City, Mo, and application for
a arter will be fied soon. A. W. Peet,
W. B. Thayer, J. K. Burnham, B. A. Long,
1 K Holmes and others are said to be
aersteL, Mr. Peet will probably be
The Holloway Company has been incor-
peated at MeMechen, W. Va., with $35,-
capital stock, by W. R MeMechen,
J. I. MeMeeen, Joseph H. Carpenter, of
S3smhen, J. EL Cargo of Wheeling, W.
.Va., ad James R. Deegan, of Bellaire,
-4so. Purpose, to operate tile and brick
A coany will be organized with eapi-
l stock of '150o,000 for the purpose of
ml-tig a cotton mill at LaGrange, Ga., to
Surder tthe same management as the
U lty Mills of LaGrange, and the Milstead
lamfsmeturiig Co., of Conyers, Ga.; C, V.
ftt, Oallaway and others of La-
n a J. H. Lane & Co., of New York
ther asoeaites, will be the stock-
Further details will be announced
the near future.
%Te State Bank of Marshall, Texas, has
granted a charter; capital $50,000,
iretors are Charles Cobb, Jr., J. M.
F. H. Prendergast, Marvin Tur-
my,, a Fry.
: Pflalrthisa and Kentucky capitalists
i o aroi toe the Electric Light Street
wa o, Lexington Street .Railway
eegrasn Traction Co. and Central
Tration Co., all of Lexington,
owaig electri railways, ice plants,
plt, electric plants, etc. They will
various improvements, extending the
Smaims, building a new electric power
S etc New company will be capital-
a t $11,00000, and application for
will be led soon J. Levering
Jas, of Philadelphia, Pa., will be elected
--T Metropolitan Building and Loan As-
Ielatibn has been incorporated at Balti-
M d., with $520,000 capital, by John
Henry M. Nitsel, Edward A. Gla-
Jr., John X. W. Norman and John
SPa and specifications will shortly be
.m lted for proposed water-works tun-
l teor the Kaw river, mid bids for the
r etion will be asked October 14. The
l will carry the main flow line-from
Qmuidaro plant under the Kaw River
SKamas City, Mo. About $9,000 will
It expemed. s. A. Mitchell is chief en-
ser of water works.
S-The ley Southern Railroad is arrang-
-.&L to build two bridges across the Warrior
imisr. About $200000 will be expended.
Adirem R. M. Durham, Jr., resident engi-
J. Duerson, Pauline Duerson and Hen-
gy Dittmer have incorporated the Dittmer
lldt & Timber Co., with $50,000 capital
-oek l at Portland. Ark.
The Spener Waterworks Co, of Spen-
er, N. 0, has been incorporated at Tren-
toN, N. J., with $50,000 capital stock by
3- A. Pressey, Wm. P. Lockwood, Francis
3 Weller of Washington, N. C.; J. N.
Stou ad a L C. Fisk of New York, N. Y.,
to construct system of waterworks for
.w h Mr. Pressey was reported last
as having secured franchise and was
-as preliminary surveys.
The Lambe Patent Railroad Tie Co
Guthrie, O. T, and Philadelphia, Pa.,
incorporated with $1,000,000 capital al
to manufacture a concrete-steel tie;
corporators, F. H. McGuire of Gut]
John F. Bacon, of Philadelphia, Pa.,
Reston B. Lamb, of Mt. Holly, N. J
Francis C. Downey, A. G. Murphy
others have incorporated the Iroq
Mining Co., with $100,000 capital, at E
as City, Mo.
One of the biggest pulp mergers in
history of Canada was recently perfe
at Montreal whereby a number of c
panics operating in Newfoundland, hal
an aggregate capital of 1,500,000 acre
pulp lands, surrendered their interests
a company of English. publishers capi
iled at $5,000,000.
It is stated in Birmingham, Ala., I
Chicago capitalists represented by I
Penn Nixon of that city have arrange
purchase 00,000 acres of coal land in 1
caloosa county, Alabama, and develop
property. Their intention is reported
to be the organization of a corpora
with capital stock of several million
lars to open mines of large capacity
develop an export trade from Gulf and
lantic seaboard ports. Coal will be los
on the Warrior river and shipped to .
bile by the Tombigbee river for shipm
J. E. Robinson, J. Wallace Johnson
J. B. Morsman have incorporated the G
giana Mining Co., of Joplin, Mo., with
000 capital stock.
The People's Fire Insuranee Co., of
folk, Va., capital $200,000, has applied
a charter. The directors are T. F.
era, president; R. A. Wainwright, v
president, and E. P. Crockett, secret
treasurer; E. C. Fosburgh, Chas. W. P
dy, Robert Johnston, R. W. Peatross, J.
vis Reed, Nathaniel Beaman, Frank
Clerk, R. J. Campe, D. P. Paul, J. H.
fer, C. M. Barnett, W. T. Ham.
The Walterboro Cotton Mills has 1
incorporated at Walterboro, 8. C., i
capital stock of $100,000, by John F. Li
of Walterboro, Walter Pringle and Ju
Mitchell, Jr., of Charleston, S. C. 1
company will take over the Colleton (
ton Mills and continue the operation
the property; equipment, 6,52 spindles
The Memphis Brewing & Malting
has been chartered at Memphis, Tenn., i
$200,000 capital stock, by George
Schneider, Felix T. Pope, D. A. Fisher
J. Olson, .M. H. Martin and associates
operate brewery, etc.
The Durbin Lumber Co. has been in
porated with $100,000 capital stock,
Durbin, W. Va., by W. 8. Taylor of 1
mington, Del.; William C. Bond, Will
E. Best, Thomas D. McClaskey and Ja
W. Kinnear of Pittsburg, Pa.
It is reported that G. A. Monday, re
senting two large beet-sugar factorie*
investigating with a view to location
beet-sugar factory at Oklahoma City
T., to cost about $1,500,000. Mr. Moun
can be addressed care of the Chambel
Commerce, Oklahoma City.
Connellville Basin Coal Co., of Mori
town, W. Va., has incorporated, with $S
000 capital stock, to mine coal, manu
ture coke, etc.; C. Bradshaw, William
Crawford, Samuel A. Davis, J. -H. Re
and G. E. Moser, all of Pittsburg, Pa.
The State Bank of Marshall, Texas,
been granted a charter; capital $50,
The directors are Charles Cobb, Jr., pi
dent; Marvin Turney, vice-president; J
Copeland, cashier; F. H. Prendergast, J.
Addis, W. D. Minton, J. M. Gardner, I
Fry, H. W. McGee, 8. P. Jones, W.
Hodges, J. Michel and Rev. L. Granger
J. A. Turner, W. G. Bradshaw of I
Point and R. F. Dalton of Greensboro
C., have incorporated the Dalton Furnil
Co., of High Point, N. C., with an aut
ised capital stock of $60,000.
R. C. DAVIS 8
T. A. FVLGENVN
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.
R. C. DAVIS & CO.,
for "Old Time" Remedies
rice- JOY Of THE OU
"rid- THE JOY OF THE HOUSEHOLD.
These four great remedies, IuMa Tea, Beediecta, Cubas Rlef -
-and Cuban Oil, are te joy of the household. With them near at hand, a 0 t
man is ready for any emergency. He has a safe, reliable and speedy relief -T
for wife, children, slf or stock. With these remedies you can keep the j c
n doctor's hands out of your pockets, and yet have a healthy, happy family. IE
1 Besides, you can cure your stock of any ailment that may befall them. ____
S mmNWIA TZA-ln Liquid or Powri Form-Is the great family edii. t
will cure all forms of Liver and Kidney Oomplaints, Prevents Chills and Malarial
Fever. Cum the common ailments of children; ad as a laxatve toic it is withoWt
San equal-sfe and reliable. In the liquid, it i extremely table eve children
Like itnd it is READY FOR USE.
BEIIDICTA is a woman's medicine. It will ere all the diseases common to
women, and classed as Female Troubles. It will bring youth back to the laded wma,
i. who has gone one suffering because she thought it woman's lot. It will are f the
h young girl just entering womanhood; and prepare the young woman or the sa red
. duties of wife and mother.
CUBAN RELIXF-The instant Paint Killer, for either man or beast Beieveu
Sinstantly, Colic, Cramps, Cholera Morbus, Diarrhoea, Dytentery and Sick Headrs :
For colie in horse it is an infallible remedy and is guaranteed to give relief in b
CUBAN OIL-The Beat BOe and Nerve Liamet. Is aatneptie for eots,
t snagged or torn flesh, and will instantly relieve the pain. Cres insect bites and stings,
- scalds and burns, bruises and mores, chapped hands aad face, ore and tender fee.
i Relieves rheumatic pains, lame back, stiff joints, and in stock cures wire foes ea ta,
B scratches, thrush, splint, collar sors, saddle gall, and diseased boos.
Write for Prica.
; SPENCER MEDICINE CO., Chattanooga, Ten.
to omettlete ttete-.lll* 18tll it
SPropositions That Cannot Last
S Great activity in Turpentine and Sawmill Propositions The good ones
are becoming scarce. But here are two rare ones.
28,000 acres, Hillsborough County, estimated to cut 50 boxes; 3,500 feet
f f mill timber to the acre. Will make 50 barrels of spirits per crop. 4.00 per
20,000 acres saw mill timber in Hernando County. Timber will cut 4,000 :
S feet per acre. Four railroads through the tract. $3.15 per acre. Complete
i : saw mill, capacity 40,000 feet daily, included.
S Operators, ask to be put on our mailing list and keep posted on all prop-
. positions which are put upon the market.
I Brobstonm Fendig & Company
e JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA BRUNSWIC, GEORGIA
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TU WVN3LMY IubiJbstkAL BBECORD.
Kanas City Cotton Mills Co., of Kans
City, Mo, has been incorporated, with cal
ital stock of $1,000,000, to establish cotton
mill of 20,900 spindles, also a four-set woe
em mill Land and buildings have beh
purchased, and the latter will be remodel
and improved to have an equipment of 1(
000 spindles to start with. William Pe
s president; Witten McDonald, vice-pre
ient, and Edward E. Holmes, seeretar,
treasurer; offices in New York Life Buil
The Calvin Manufacturing Co. has be
Ienorporated at Charlotte, N. C., with
capital stock of $300,000, for manufactu
ag textile goods, by E. A. Smith and A.
Washburn, of Charlotte, and T. F. Cox,
It is reported that the American Ra
intor Co. is investigating with a view
oking a $100,000 plant at Birminghal
Ala, for the manufacture of radiator
meral offices, 282-284 Michigan Avenm
The Farmers' Loan -& Trust Co.,
SBshopville, S. C, capital $20,000, has be
incorporated by W. A. James, L. A. Mooi
W. B. Kennington, James W. Davis a'
0. J. Rollins.
Fred Friedline, Chicago, 1, has contra
Sfor the erection of grain elevator of cc
CMte and iron to cost $15,000 for the Pi
tea-Hartfleld Company of Memphis, Tei
The Elk Mountain Cotton Mill Co.,
Asheville, N. C., will increase its capil
stock from $150,000 to $200,000 and add
bleahery to its mill of 84 looms.
S The Prince Edward-Lunenburg Coun
SBak, with principal office at Meherr
SVa, has been granted a charter; capi
$0,000. The officers are W. H. San
prsidett; F. E. Nolting, vice-preside
sad J. C. Miller, cashier, all of Richmon
The Birge Forbes Company has been
esrporated at Sherman, Texas, with $4
00 capital stock by N. B. Birge, J.
Wharton and J. F. Holt.
- A meeting o( stockholders of the Fi
National Bank of Birmingham, Ala., is
be held to decide the question of increase
the capital from $600,000 to $1,000,000.
B Barr is cashier.
.L E. Carrington, Hugo Ribbeck of A,
S hi, Texas, Knowlton L. Ames, Rufus
Dswes, of Chicago, Ill., and C. F. Mark
ad Evanston, Ill, have organized the Ai
ti Gaslight Co., of Apstin, Texas, w
$6,000 capital stock, to continue oper
fng an established plant
The stockholders of the American Bui
a- g and Loan Association of Moundsvi
W. Va., have voted to increase the ca
tal from $100,000 to $900,000.
M ICO'S COTTON CROP.
S osul-General Parsons writes from
City of Mexico that published repo
ave exaggerated the probable yield of
. esotto. crop of Mexico. He says:
In viw of the fact that the Mexic
pers have recently published reports
the effect that the Mexican cotton yi
for 1906 will be a record breaker, a
these extremely optimistic reports of
Mexican cotton men are being copied
the pre s at home, I made inquiries
Sgrding the matter from a practical c
ten man here who seems to think that
year promises to be only a fairly good c
Following is the substance of his repo
The papers speak of the coming crop
that of 1906. My informant tells me t
it i in reality the crop of 1905, as pi
big has already commenced, and a la
percentage of the picking will be comp]
ed before the end of December. As to
yield, he states that if an excellent ju
were to ride through the fields of
whole district at the present time it wo
be impossible for him, except by a lu,
guess, to estimate the yield within
per cent., especially in view of the I
that August is one of the most crit
months, and a frost at this time mi
make a difference of 150,000 bales-
amount .prophesied in newspaper rep(
S a possible yield-than there is of d
Jag TMex out of the export cotton bh
p- "There are," said my informant, "prac-
in tieally no adjoining cotton-growing dis-
l- tricts in northern Mexico that amount to
en anything. A few outlying cotton planta-
ed tions, not within the limits of the Laguna
i,- proper, are included in that district in
et figuring out the yield. I do not think
s- that 100,000 bales are at all probable and
y- consider that a high maximum for possi-
d- abilities in the Laguna this year."
As to the published statement that the
streams are everywhere well filled, it is
en said that during the last two weeks
a streams south of the federal district are
ir- almost at a dry-season level and very
H. much lower than they have been at any
of time in the rainy season for the last two
or three years, a fact which to my knowl-
edge is true of streams within the federal
m, JOHN S. FRANZ, Agent
SDiebold Safe & Lock Co.
in, Jacksonville. Florida
ds, FIRE INSURANCE-Lowest rates. Lo-
nt, ren H. Green & Co., 9 and 10 Park Bldg.,
od. Jacksonville, Fla. 6mo
,- Joseph Zapf & Co.
rat VWMN BO SW dl (
um- St Louis Lager Beer
at- LIQUORS, WINES.
ild- Mineral Waters.
Write for Price
the THOSE. G. HUTCHINSON
man FEUJW -MCAN ASIIAcIMn O
eld PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTS
tnd Rem 7, Bard of Trade Bdg.
the Pbes 32 JACKmO NVIM rFA.
I BIlyI MONIGTMERY9
as Commission Merchants
hat Navel Stores & Cotton
ek- Liberal advances made against ship-
rge ments. Consignments solicited.
the 78-8 Wall St, Rooms 813-14-1.
ige NEW YORK CITY.
5 WM. D. JONES
ical PRESCRIPTION SPECIALIST
the FAMILY DRUGGIST
riv- 107 E. BAY ST.
usi- Mall Orders Sfffted.
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Whellato fad Itr lt
Wines, Liquors and Cigars,
SSol Ag ent fog the Stat fea Laokn'a 3r. &al "Wilhahud Zwal Pt
erl Weaes. We guarantee aDl rad pt ap up by us fuil modems as .l
Creme de 1 Ceme, bottle .... 00 Diamond Brand, bottle ...... LI
[Hihly r,.oda yMrd rd ia.] Heart Brand, bottle .......... .75
c. a. Brand, bottle ........ 1J Spaed Brand, botle ........... .
SClub Brand, bottle ........... 1.2 Premium Brand, both e ........ J
105 0 107 Woat ay St.
* JACKSONVILLE. FLA.
JOMUPH D. WEED.
H. D. WEED.
W. D. KREN3SO
J. D. WEED CO.,
Bar, Hoop and Band Iron.
MAKE A SPECIALTY OF
Turpentine Tools, Glue, Battings, Ec.
If you expect to use the H1RIT .
next season, place your ordeNrs now E
future delivery. Prices and all inferm-
tion cheerfully furnished an
Cups, Gutters i
end .11 Tools
ased in the Herty stem of turpeatinifu
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You Want a Turpentine Location?
You Want a Sawmill Location?
You Want any Kind of Florida Land?
You Mea Business?
caJn n a Wrte a
J. H. Livingston & Sons,
Bottled from famous Suwannee
Spring water. Cures Rheumatism,
Indigestion and Kidney Trouble.
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, Jackson-
ville, Johnson, King & Co., of Jack-
sonville, and M. Ferst's Sons & Co.,
T"M WUNKLY INDWuOIAL RUCOID.
Messrs. Thomas Dowling and IL L. Dow-
ug, the great sawmill men of Live Oak,
wee in the city last Monday. They are
preparing to locate another mill and give
employment to about three hundred men
at Prry, in Taylor County. ,
Mr. W. N. Mattox, of Carterville, Fla.,
was among the prominent naval stores
m as the Aragon this week.
The sawmifl of the Otter Creek Lum-
ficr Company that was burned a few
masths ago has been rebuilt and is now
Mr. D. A. Clark, of Martel, Fl., one of
the beat known operators in Florida, was
a guest of the Aragon several days this
Mr. A. P. Malloy, of Haines City, Fla.,
as a guest of the Aragon last Monday.
Mr. Malloy is a prominent operator and a
member of the Executive Committee of the
T. 0. A.
Mr. . Bllard, vice-president of the
SOImlidated Naval Stores Co, of Savan-
Aw was in the city last Tuesday.
Mr. J. MeGe~ ee, a well known tur-
.panui aand lumber man of Live Oak, Fla,
a in the city on business
Mr. D .C. Stricklin, accompanied by Mrs.
Bri were in the city this,week for
Mr. W. B. Johnson, one of the leading
bsifs men of Georgia and a large na-
AI stores operator in Florida, spent sev-
l days in the city this week.
.Mr. G. A. Meeod, of Riverland, Fl.,
S ms among the aval stores men in the city
I 1 woeek
:. r. W. B. Hayman, a leading operator
e. Durbin, was a guest of the t. George
Mr. W. M. Duncan, of Valdosta, Ga.,
was in the city yesterday, a guest of, the
Mr. W. 8 Mddleto, a prominent naval
Setmr operator of Pomona, Fla, was in
town this week.
S. Mr. Walter Baker, who is extensively
'- aged in the manufacture of naval stores
at Interlachean, FI., spent several days in
te ety. y,a a guest of the Windsor.
S Mr. W Haymen, a naval stores ope-
m ar of Durbin, Fl., as in the city
SMr. D. 0. Herring has returned from a
-#minsats trip to North Carolina.
- Mr. J. Meldrum, senior member of
i l n Am of Meldrum & Lewisl prominent
-' of Minneola, Fla, was in town
SMr. J. W. Crosby, one of the most
r-"*m inemt naval stores manuaaeturers of
rtow Junction, was in th city this
Mr. Alln Campbell, a progressive opera-
t of Durbt Fla, wa in the city yes-
on important naval stores business.
Mr. K. pener has gon to Savan-
S1s, Ga., where he will remain for a few
A umber of the most proment naval
'-.^-tean operators and factors .- Georgia
ad Florida were in the city Ein Tuesday
to attend the annual meeting of the stock-
Sholdrs of the Peacock, Hunt & West Com-
pn y. As usual, they carried with them
th evidences of prosperity, whiph has
stuck to tie industry for the past several
Mr. H. K Pritehett, of the Hilllana-
'Atlaeriand C has been inspecting the
S i ps this week.
Capt. J. D. Robeson is now in charge
the Maxwell Turpentine Co.'s plant
Mr. D. E. McKeithen, of Baldwin, F
one of the most prominent naval stc
manufacturers of this section was in
city this week as a guest of the Arag
Mr. J. C. Edwards, of Green C
Springs, was in town yesterday.
Mr. F. P. Smith, of Russell, Fla.,
registered at the Duval Hotel Thursday
Mr. P. L. Sutherland left yesterday
Atlanta, Ga., where he will remain o
Mr. B. D. Spavey, who is extensively
gaged in the manufacture of naval ste
at Mattox, Fla., was in the city Thursd
Mr. Richard M. Sasnett, of the Hillm
Sutherland Co., returned yesterday fi
an extended pleasure trip through Ca
da, spending a few days in Toronto a
Mr. Goss Mattox, of Orange Park, I
was in the city Wednesday as a guest
Mr. F. C. Alworth, a successful opera
of Middleburg, Fla., spent a few days
the city this week.
Mr. R. J. Knight, a prominent opera
from Crystal River, Fla., was register
at the Aragon last Thursday.
Mr. S. A. Walker, a popular naval ste
operator of Tarver, Ga., was in town 1
Mr. R. O. Moore, a prominent opera
of Center Park, Fla, was in the city I
week, as a guest of the Aragon.
Mr. W. N. Mattox, of Cartersville, I
spent a few days in town this week.
SOME BIG DEALS IN ALACHUA
Gainesville, Fla.-Another import
deal has been made in this county wl
means the transfer of many thousand*
dollars, J. A. Maultsby has sold to
Sea Coast Lumber Company, a rich o
portion, organized under the laws of
State of New York, the sawmill plant,
gether with all the timber rights of sa
of the business situated on Newnan's h
This mill, while not as large as mn
is one of the most modern and up-to-d
in the State, cutting cypress timber
elusively. The plaht, which is compa
tively new, having been erected about 1
years ago, has a capacity of about 15,
feet per day, and works a large number
hands at the mill and logging camps.
The consideration of this deal, as f
in the office of the Clerk of the Cin
Court, provides a payment of "$0 cash
other valuable considerations," but it
known that the deal involved thousai
as the acreage in timber alone is extend
It is understood that operatinos at
sawmill will be unmolested, the new
prietors carrying the business on with
the loss of a day.
Newnan's lake swamps abound in
finest kind of cypress, and there is no
termining just what this purchase r
mean to that section at this time.
Papers have been filed with the clerh
the circuit court of this county trans
ring the immense naval stores interest
Yearwood & McDonald, Melrose, to
Melrose Manufacturing Company, the e
sideration being $10 cash and other val
ble considerations. -
This is one of the largest and most
portant naval stores deals made in
county for some time, as Yearwood
McDonald were extensive operators.
deal comprises not only lands in Alach
but in Putnam, Clay and Bradford Co
ties as well, and in the aggregate embra
several thousand acres of fine round t
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PRICE LIST OF
Eureka Wine and Liquor Co.
The Great Southern Mail Order House.
Natchet's Private Stock ...... ....
atehtt's That Whiskey .... .. ....
Natchett' Old ye ............ ...
Eureka N. C. Apple Brandy ........
N. C. Apple Brandy..............
Eureka Malt ............ ........
Eureka N. C. Peach Brandy ........
N. C. Peach Brandy ...............
Mureka N. C. Corn ..... ...........
Eureka N. C. Corn, XX .... ........
Eureka N. C. Corn. XXX ..........
Eureka N. C. Corn, XXXX ........
Old Crow Bourbon .. .. ... ......
Mermitage Rye ...... ............
Sunny Brook Rye .... ............
Sunny Brook Sour Mash ........ ...
Echo Spring .................
81k Velvet ....................
Oak and ..................-- ----....
VULL OVAET EKASVLR
Per roar ax r
oa(ob. Quarts. Quarts. Cas.
.. .. ..*1 4 .0o .a*
.. ..... 4.0 4.0 .
..4.5 4.15 7. 14.
.. ...... $. 3 .5 4.5 .10
........ 4.7 0 . 4.3 2.0
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..2.5 2 4.5 am3
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.5 3.15 LI. S l
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4.1 4.0 S.3 ]3.
........ S. S. T.15 SLI
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GI FROM 01 52. TO 53 n PIRAnGALLO. DUJVtE
Save twelve labels of natchett Private Stock and secure a bottle free
Save twelve labels of Hatchett' Old Rye and secur a bottle free
save twelve labels of Hatehett's That's Whiskey and seem a bottle tree.
S ave twelve labels of Eureka N. C. Corn and secure a bottle free. Save
* twelve labels of Eureka N. C. Apple Brandy and ecure one bottle free. fae
twelve labels of Eureka Malt and secure one bottle free. Priem of al goos0
bought at company's store are We per gallon les than whea delivered. No
Scharse for Jugs, boxes or drayage. An of my bottles are ull measure. AS
Standard brands of whiskies sold over my. bar at Ie per drink. I
S We also carry in stock lquors tf cheaper rades.
All wines quoted on application -
Special prices in large lots, packed any sams desred. Leave 5 f3r ye
S satisfaction guaranteed or money refunded.
EVEUREKA WINE AND LIQUOR. COMPANY.
I WEST BAY STg ZET, JACK80NVILE. F1AORIDA.
this EU UUIUUUII UIIu5ee99
PEAf W9In. Pres.
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T. IL RGARr. Wae.Pe.
MrInJI ST.r C Tres.
SOUTHERN STATES LAND & TIMBER COMPANY.
invMl M. WElM. Mslower.
Florida Timber, Grazing &
401-404 LAW EXCHANGE,
any S||ol OOBOO|OOOID O||0 0 0$gills 0 0O | *II I <**0
ra- Y A
d Tank & Export Company
nds, Of SAVANNAH, GA., U. S. A.
JOHN R. YOUNG,
J. P. WILLIAMs.
C. W. SAUSSY.
S. A. ALrOBD.
A. D. COVINOTON,
C. a. EIfIfs.
P. L SUTHERLAND.
J. B PADGloT.
J. I. YOUNG.
H. L KAYTON.
SIearetu ram n
B. F. BULLAND
W. C. POWEILL
A. D. OOVINGTOIN.
J. 3 C BnUW
0. W. DZ1,
J. I& GONOLY.
the Our tanks are well equipped and thoroughly enameled and anr
.on- conveniently situated at the terminals of the S. A. L. and A, 0. L.
ua- Railways. Our charges for storing have been revised.
P nnn for all Purposes.
Ba rammedite a
Among the Men of the Trade,
S' "'~ -? iZ WIUNKLY -~dR~m j~~
nter-State R es of 1905.
Csis..sime sai Inspeetles pl T I
ApF oed in conference of ecamitt
from The Georgi Inter-State Saw M
Aeoershtio, South 0srolia Lumbe A
Association, Ne York lumber Trade Am
seatt of New York City, Yellow P
a of New York City The Lumab
a c'sxhage of PhiladelphiaS ., T
Lumber Exchange of Baltimore, Md., I
a. ber 1, 10.
All lumber must be sound, commerce
log le.f yellow pine (pine co.mbii
e carse knots, with coarse grai
ard a nder these rules), wU mas
faetoed, full to sie and saw butted, a
shall be free from the following defend
Unsound, looae and hollow knots, wa
h *e ad knot holes, through shakes
Sound shakes that show on surface; a
shall be square edge, unless otbhew
A A through shake hereby d ed
be through or connected from side to i1
or edge to edge, or side to edge.
In the -.....-mt of dressed luml
the width and thickness of the luma
ore dresg must be taken-les t
one inch thick shall be measured as <
The measurement of wane shall slw,
pply to lumber in the rough.
Where terms one-half and thirds he
are ued they shall be construed an
frring to the area of the fame on wh
Ia the dreming of lumber, when i
obserwi spefied, one-eighth inch aL
be taken of by each planer eaut.
Flooring shall embrace four, fin i
z qclarter inel in thickne b th
to W zE tbs in width, excluding 1%
1ar exmple: 1x2, 4, 5 and 6; l%x2, 4
and 6; 1js3Z 4 and 5.
Boards mshll brace a thlLu m
Uder one and a half iches by over
isn .s wide For example: %, 1, 1.
1% ia thick y oe six,
Plank shall embrace ll sis from
S ad oae-half to under six inches in thi
s201 b six inches and over in width.
5% by anad over in width.
'Seantling shall embrace an siems ex
tag on and one-half inches ad under
lashes i thikness, ad from two to un
six inches n width. For example: I
S h x,.24, x4 2, 3x4, 31,, 44 45
Dimemio simas shall embrace al a
six inches and up in thickness by
es and up in width. For example:
wx7, 7x7, 7x8, Sx and up.
Stepping hall embrace one to two
a half inches in thickness by seve in
aad up in width. For example: 1,
1%, 2 and 2%x7 and up in width.
rpgh Sp wr Fitch.
ough de or Flitch shall e race
iss ome inch ad up in thikness by ei
inches and up in width, sawed on
:sia only. For example 1, 1, 2,3, 4
up thick by eigt inches and up v
sawed n two sides only.
All lumber shall be sound, sap no ob
ion. Wane may be allowed one-eightl
the width of the piece measured ae
face of wane, extending one-fourth of
length one corner, or its equivalent
two or more corners, provided that
over 10 per ceant. of the pieces of any
ise shall show much wae.
All sum under nine inches shall
some heart entire length on one a
imes nine inches and over shall s
some heart the etre length o two
-post sides. Wae may be allowed
0i40 of tOf wWi I of tm.pi.. mas
aross face of wane, and aetding one-
fourth of the length of the peace on one
corner or its equivalent on two or more
corners; provided that not over 10 per et
of the pieces of any one s shall show
Flooring shall show on 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 mder wide
shall 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 unsound knots.
Plank seven inches and under wide
shall show one heart face; over seven
inches wide shall show two-thirds heart
on both side, all free from round or
through shakes, large or unsound knots.
Planks seve inches and under wide
shall 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 unsound knots.
Scantling shall show three corners heart
free from through or round shakes or
Dimension Sizes.-All square I amber
shall show two-thirds heart on two sides,
and not less than one-half heart on other
two sides. Other siaes 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.
Stepping shall show three corners heart,
free from shakes and all knots exceeding
half inch in diameter, and not more than
six in a board.
Rough edge or flitch 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 size shall e allowed as
on merchantable quality.
s Cay, Shine & McCall
4, 6 FIRE INSURANCE.
am s Dyal-Upedirch BI r P heme 15sg
ae GINS AND RUMS
"' $1.50 to $5.00 per Gallon
...... AGE CY FOR......
ed- Lewit 1866 and Mount VenCen
der Pure Rye Whskles.
b2, Controllers Blum's Monogram and Syl-
and van Rye-Agents for Jungst Cincin-
nati and Pabst Milwaukee Beers.
Prices on application.
si CHAS. BLUM & CO.
bx 517 and 519 WEST BAY STREET,
' Lombard Iron Works
and Supply Company
*ht BUILDERS AND DEALERS IN
ro ENGINES, BOILERS.
the Cotton, Saw, Fealier, Oil apd Ie Ms-
on chinery, ad Suppli- a epain.
S Capacity for 200 Hands.
e Machine Tools, Wood-Working Machdiner,
Shafting, Pull. laagE, IAther &am
SRabber Belting and Ho, railroad and
dew Mill Supplies and Tools.
how Plans and estimates furnished for Power
u Pats and Steel Bridges.
p Steam Pumps. Feed Water Heaters and
e- Hoistin Engines.
raed AVGUSTA. GCO.GIA.
Florida Bank and Trust Company
C-pital SI.0oo000.oo. Jadmcnvilue Fln.
DEPOSITAtR Or sTATC. COVafNt AND CITY FlVDS
W. F. COACHMAN Preidekt. W.. S JENXNE. Vie Pxrei
W. A. RMIDING, CMihler. ARTUR F. PEKY, Vice PeiL.
F. P. P MIIING, Jr., Trut Omer
Receives depoelt accounts of lIadivdtuMa ar, arporations and bMak. Pays 4W
cent s savin depoalts. eats safe deposit boxe.. Bao ad sell foreign exhew am
Issues tters o cre .
Auts as trustee, transfer aet, registrar ad al mget for aera
maicip ites. Execute al trst masu as xeeouo trste qder I wE r llMpefM
of court and reeever.
S aUneqcuad Feacille. Aomeunta elei aa C erme o emd.
FUEL AND BUILDING IMA TERM.
The Southern Fuel & Supply C.
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J. A. Craig (0 Bro.
239 W. BLy Stret EVERETT BLOCK.
fwlwderm in Men's and Boys' Fine Cloth-
ing and Up-to-Date Furnishings
Agents for Dunlap and Stetson Hats; largest stock i the City.
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THE BOND & BOURS OQN
HARD W- AR -
SASH, DOORS, BOUNDS, PAINTS.
Oils, Glass, Stoves, Tinware, Country Holloware.
1t WEST sAY STREET. JACMKSONVILL. F.A.
WILLIAM A. SOURS JAMES 0. DAUI ;
WILLIAM A. BOURS & COMPANY
THE OLDEST ESTAJSIIEB 6AMI AMIS of U M TE STATE.
nay, Grain, Feed, Garden
SeefdtP-itry SUP&liS t mwur,
Grits, Meal and Fertilizers.
OUR MOTTo: Prempt Simst, Remie 61ed,. Catajgs Fwsg
206 EAST BAY ST, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
John J. W. M.ott. o. P Ja, J-N---N. w.w.Ww.,
Prddet. Vioe-Pres. Voie-Pi s. VioePrea. A Trea.
John R. Young Co.,
SNaval Stores factors. Wholesale Grocers.
SSav4 inrh ( Brunswick. Ga,
**m mm .a m.ammamusmiases amseaiem seaossm caos
s mB WVeIM.Y MNDURTRI 3300K. .
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STATISTICS OF FOREST PRODUCTS.
The annual value of the forest prod-
S ets of the United States, as enumerated
S in the '~Ielfth Census, is nearly $575,000,-
000. If to this were added the value of
-the firewood, farm material and other
forest products for which no returns are
.available, a very much larger figure would
be shown. Thus, as a direct source of
wealth the forests of the country rank
nearly with the mineral products and see-
Sod to the farms. In addition to monetary
value, the forests of the country have an
immense, though not exactly calculable,
value, as a protective covering for water-
Forest products are indispensable to
mankind, and their steady increasing price
surely indicates that the demand is en-
croaching upon the supply. It is urgently
important to the nation that the yearly
e onumption of forest products and the
amount of available timber yet standing
should be known.
SI accordance with its policy of encour-
aging the preservation and proper use of
the forest, the Forest Service is aiming
to secure statistics for publication in a
report in the hope that co-operation with
the industries concerned will make possi-
ble an annual report entitled "Forest Prod-
ne- ts of the United States." This pro-
poed report would give, by states, reg-
Sandspecies, the cut and shipments of
lumber, shingles, lath, cooperage stock,
ties, posts, and poles during the year;
the stock on band at the close of the year;
S ad also the amount of wood used in the
various industries for which wood fur-
nisbes the raw material, and the value of
the products. It would also give informa-
ti concerning the amount of stumpage
i the hands of lumbermen in various
regions, how long it will last at the pres-
eat rate of cutting, the extent of dam-
-_ age by forest fires, and other important
natte relating to the forests of the
In order that the expense of collecting
the statistics for this report shall not be
Se sseive nearly all the data will be ob-
tained through correspondence. The names
of proprietos of logging camps, sawmills,
pulp mills, woodworking plants, and other
manufacturing establishments for which
wood is the raw material, will be secured
from the bureau of the census. At the
close of the present calendar year, a gues-
tion card will be sent to each proprietor
to be Alled out with answers relating to
is particular line of business. The replies
will be held strictly confidential and only
state totals will be published.
Th i ork is of such vital importance to
the lumbermen that the National Lum-
bar Manufacturers' Association, whose
S members produce approximately one-third
of the entire lumber output of the United
states, will c-operate with the forest
werviee in the collection and compilation
of the statistics in so far as they deal
with lumber and shingles, as to cut, ship-
ments and stocks on hand, and for this
purpose the association will open an as-
itant secretary's office in Washington
S In announcing the plan to the members
of the affiliated associations, Secretary
George L Smith said:
"he announcement is made at this
time in order tha all members of affiliated
associations may prepare themselves to
answer these questions when asked, and
*. that they will take personal interest in
seeing that their friends and neighbors,
who are manufacturing lumber and shin-
S dea, but do not affiliate with an manu-
rr' association, support this move-
ment and make it a pronounced success.
I feel sure that every member will realize
the importance of this co-operation and
t give it his enthusiastic support."
Suggestions and communications con-
e- ning the proposed work will be gladly
received by the ofe of forest products,
forest service, Washington, D. C.
v Messrs. B. F. Camp of White Springs,
and Jack Camp, of Ocala, were in the city
Monday. These gentlemen are among the
." most prominent lumber manufacturers and
S phosphate miners of the State, and have
ben prominently identified with the in-
dustrial history of Florida for mpay years.
S Mr. J. Knight, a prominent operator
from Crystal River, Fla., was registered
athe Aragau last Thursday.
- BIG SAWMILL SOLD IN MARION
One of the biggest lumber and sawmill
deals which has been consummated in this
State for some time was that of the trans-
fer of the sawmill at Summerfield, when
H. M. Goethe & Co. sold the mill, together
with a tract of timber, for $100,000.
The purchaser was C. J. McGehee of
Live Oak, who is to operate the mill under
the name of the McGehee Lumber Com-
pany. This mill is one of the largest in
the State, and was only recently installed.
The machinery is not only new, but mod-
ern, and the capacity is 25,000 feet of
lumber daily. This capacity is to be in-
creased by the purchaser to about 40,000
feet of bill stuff daily. The arrangements
for enlarging the -plant and increasing the
capacity are already under way, and will
be completed in a few weeks. Not only is
the capacity for sawing to be increased,
but also The capacity of the planing mill.
In addition to the facilities which the
mill now possesses will be a large dry
kiln to be put in as soon as possible. The
planing mill capacity is to be at least
20,000 feet daily.
In addition to the purchase of the mill
and the timber which went with it, Mr.
McGehee bought 8,000 acres of the finest
timber land in the State, adjacent to what
the other company had, which will give
him at least 20,000 acres of good timber
to work out. There is a little cypress on
the property, but most of the timber is
round pine, and will saw about 3,000 feet
to the acre. The timber is good Florida
average pine, and has always sawed to
meet the most rigid inspection.
H. M. Goethe & Co. have been disposing
of their lumber through Cooney, Eckstein
Company, of Jacksonville, and it is more
than probable that the same arrangement
for the disposition of the product of the
plant will be made through the same
Most, if not all of the lumber of this
large mill is shipped through Jacksonville,
and it is almost certain that the recent
purchasers will continue to ship through
Mr. McGehee is one of the most promi-
nent timber men of Florida. He has long
been identified with the industry, and has
always taken a prominent part in the
manufacture of lumber. At present he is
at the head of the Bradford Lumber Com-
pany, near Lawtey, and this company op-
erates a mill with a capacity of 30,000
per day. This mill is under the immediate
supervision of S. E. Townsend.
While the Goethe brothers have dis-
posed of their interests in the mill at Sum-
merfield, it is understood that they are
negotiating for another large tract of tim-
ber in that part of the State, and that
they will soon establish a sawmill with a
large capacity. They have been in the
business in this State for a number of
years, and have been among the foremost
of the manufacturers of lumber.
Summerfield, where the mill which has
recently been sold is located, is on the Sea-
board Air Line Railroad, about seventeen
miles south of Ocala, and the timber in
that part of the State is among the best
in the State.
CHARGED WITH PEONAGE.
Columbus, Ga., Sept. 26.-W. A. John-
son, owner of a turpentine still in Webster
County, and J. D. Skipper, his agent, were
arraigned before United States Commis-
sioner Brown today, charged with having
kept Arthur Williams, colored, in a state
of peonage. The hearing will be con-
eluded tomorrow. The two defendants
Williams left the Johnson turpentine
still, where he had been working in June
and was arrested at Cusseta, Ga., on a
charge of jumping a contract. He re-
turned, the case was settled before a
magistrate, the warrant was withdrawn
and he went back to work. He left again
later in the summer, and another warrant
was issued against him on the same charh.
lie was arrested again at Cusseta, and
the misdemeanor case against him will be
tried at the next term of Webster Supe-
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Boilermaking and Repairing
Still Boilers and Pumps.
SHIP BUILDING and REPAIRING.
uuusuu1 uuuuIII IsumII)n mAIm.. 1 IIIaa I]
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FO R S ALE
6,500 Acres Round Timber, just south of Stuart.
Fronts Indian and St. Lucy Rivers; choice Pineapple
lands. Must be sold as a whole, $3.50 per acre.
C. BUCKMAN JACKSONVILLE, L.
CUMMER LUMBER Co.
Rough s Dressed Lmr
Long Laf Yellow Phi.n
BOXES AM ORAT7ES.
I i iia ii l iiii s Ie 118 2118 sees stiia 4 mIi eg mmitiS
SStandard Clothing Company
FASHIONABLE CLOTHIERS AND FURNISHERS,
17 sad 9 West Bay Street, Jackouville, FI s.
8tetne ud awes Hats. Special Attetmes Give to ail1 Orde-
080,91099411 is 11111412~11 sa 9441#41111
W. J. LINWGLZ
J. W. WADE,
80s6 as& fte
Union Naval Stores Co.1|
MOBILE, ALA. PENSACOLA, FLA. NEW ORLEANS, LA.
NAVAL STORES FACTORS.
Supplies for Turpentine Operators.
Can ofer at present quite a large number of desirable locatiem in West Ier-
ai, Abama and MissisilMpl Liberal advaces made agait ncosmigmam, C-
Principal Office: MOBILE, ALABAMA.
H. I. ]PrltttIri', Pres. P. L. SUTHERLAND, Vice-Pres. A. IX OOVINGTON, Seey.
J. P. COUNCIL, Treas and Gen'l Mgr.
THE COUNCIL TOOL GO.,
General Offices: JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
Factory: WAMAMISH, N. C.
Masnufa0wrers of High grade Teasl
Several tracts of 10,000 acres to 75,000 acres
FOR SALE QUICK.
HEDRICK'S REAL ESTATE AGENCY,
e11 West rersyt street. JACMWsOVIU, R-7.
TMU WI3KL IJDWI3IAL BRUOGID.
Charleston.- Wholesalers report fall
trade good, and the outlook generally is
favorable. Cotton is opening fast and in
some sections is nearly all picked. Mi-
nor crops are doing well.
Savannah.-Naval stores are active, the
market has advanced and demand exceeds
supply. Conditions in that trade are in-
creasingly favorable. Cotton is steady in
price, but there is very little demand from
spiners at current quotations. Receipts
Syndicate an early crop, and it is in prac-
tically as favorable a condition as hereto-
fore noted. Jobbing trade is decreasing,
but retailers are having a seasonable in-
crease in sales. Collections show grad-
Augusta-Trade is seasonable. Collee-
tions are fair.
Atlanta.-Cotton picking is under full
headway. Pickers are scarce in the ex-
treme southwestern portion of the State.
(Cterpillars have done much damage to
the crop. The yield will be much smaller
than last year. The price of lumber con-
tinues upward, and shipments have de-
clined, due to a scarcity of cars. A ship-
ment of Florida oranges was received this
week, and other shipments are expected.
S Lemons are bringing fancy prices. Trade,
wholesale and retail, is good. Collections
are favorable A scarcity is still report-
ed in cotton shirtings and sheetings by
Jacksonville.-While the outlook is hope-
fbl, wholesalers report some falling off in
trade, with collections slow, due in part
to country merchants using funds to buy
cotton and unfavorable quarantine restric-
tions. Cotton in the field has been dam-
aged, and there is some sprouting, owing
to exeesive rains.
SBirminghanm.-Business continues to im-
prove in all lines, with collections good.
Building contractors report a large increase
in their line and complain of the scarcity
of material and labor. Southern No. 2
pig iron is very firm at $12. Several sales
are reported at that figure, and an early
advance in prices is expected.
Montgomery.-Trade in all lines contin-
ues to improve and prospects zor a good
fall business are encouraging. Collections
are good, due to the unusual activity of
the local cotton market. The weather
during the week was quite favorable to
cotton, bat reports indicate that the top
rop is very light, and the market will
close earlier than for many seasons past.
Chattanooga-Wholesale dealers in gro-
ceries and hardware report a satisfae-
tory volume of business. Retail trade
continues active, with increasing sales in
a good many places.
Memphis.-Wholesale and retail trade
is quiet, but improvement is noted in some
lines, and a good fall and winter business
is anticipated. Collections slow to good.
Money is easy and supply exceeds demand.
Nashville.-Jobbers and manufacturers
estimate that fall business in Nashville
this year would have been the largest in
its history had it not been for yellow
fever and quarantines restrictions through-
out the south. On the whole, the outlook
seems favorable. A large number of out-
of-town merchants have been in Nashville,
which has resulted in a marked increase in
house trade. Collections are satisfactory
for this season of the year. Banks report
an active business, with an increased de-
mand for money. Real estate continues
active. There is a vast amount of build-
ing in contemplation, and that already
completed will more than double any pre-
Little Rock.-Jobbers report trade and
collections as fairly satisfactory. Cotton
has deteriorated some during the past
week on account of unfavorable weather.
New Orleans.-General retail trade is
fair, but jobbers report most lines inac-
tive. Collections are only fair. Indica-
tions point to a period of unprecedented
activity as soon as trade restrictions are
abolished by the raising of the quarantine.
St. Louis.-Most of the out-of-town
merchants have completed their fall pur-
chases and have returned to their homes.
However, there is still a large number who
expect to finish their buying this week.
Jobbers report thl volume of fall business
as satisfactory and somewhat in excess of
last year's. There has been an exception-
ally heavy demand for dress goods of the
betters grades. Manufacturers of cloth-
ing report enough orders in hand to keep
them busy for several months. In this
line there is also a demand for the better
grades. House furnishings and draperies
also show increased activity at steady
prices. Groceries and drugs are busy and
compare favorably with a year ago. Lum-
ber, hardware and all grades of building
material continue to occupy front rank at
a slight increase in price. Flour has been
less active, although there is enough do-
mestic business to keep mills running
full time. The floods in some sections of
Illinois and Missouri have washed out
crops along the river bottoms, but the
loss will not affect general conditions. The
weather is favorable for the maturing of
corn. Winter wheat seeding is well ad-
vanced and the crop is well up. Local
stocks and bonds are active and prices
are higher. Banks continue heavy ship-
ments of money to the country.
Kansas City.-Continued heavy rains,
caiusing washouts, have interfered to some
extent with railway traffic. Retail trade
has suffered on account of wet weather.
Jobbers report satisfactory business.
Trade in building materials is active, ow-
ing to increased operations. Collections
WOOD SPIRITS PLANTS
Savannah is gaining for itself the same
leading position in the wood spirits of
turpentine industry that it possesses in
the old line naval stores business. Three
companies handling pine products, chiefly
the wood spirits of turpentine, are al-
ready there, the Pine Products Company,
Henry Sundheimer & Co., and the South-
ern States Pine Products Company, and
a fourth will be established some time
this winter by E. C. Hemmer.
The latest company to enter the field
there is the Southern States Pine Prod-
ucts Company, the office of which is locat-
ed in the Germania Bank building, and is
in the charge of Mr. B. H. Baker, vice-
president and general manager of the con-
cern. The office was established a short
time ago, and moved there in order that
the company might be at the natural
headquarters of the business and the most
advantageous shipping point in the entire
According to the statement of Mr. Ba-
ker his company has a capital of $125,000,
is now operating two plans, one at Live
Oak, Fla., another at Lyons, Ga., and is
preparing to erect a third at Mount Pleas-
ant, Wayne County, where the company
has recently acquired some 15,000 acres of
land. The company handles something
like 200 casks of spirits a month of its
own manufacture and likewise a quantity
of stuff, the product of plants other than
The plants of the Southern States Pine
Products Co. are of the Bethune variety,
using the steam process and making only
wood spirits of turpentine. As a rule,
says Mr. Baker, the company has used
only the refuse slabs from sawmills, but
of course, other stuff is available and may
be used in time. The pine stumps, of
which there are hundreds of thousands
of acres in Georgia, are rich in spirits-
making qualities but so far no adequate
machinery has been put on the market
for handling them.
Such machinery will come in time, Mr.
Baker thinks, and will be of public bene-
fit, for besides giving the distilling plants
a large amount of rich material from
which to draw a valuable product, it
means that a large amount of lands that
now lie idle will be turned into valuable
farms, their values being greatly increased
by the removal of the stumps that now
make agriculture impossible.
The Dale County Bank at Ozark, Ala.,
capital $50,000, has filed its charter. The
incorporators are N. F. Cheairs of Abbe-
ville, S. J. McEntyre, W. L. Casey, R. D.
Reynolds, C. M. Cox, P. C. Steagall, H. B.
Steagall, J. E. Acker, W. R. Painter, J. A.
Whigham, F. M. Garrett, W. P. Lewis, W.
W. Kirkland and M. M. Pippin, of Ozark,
The Cmondion of Trade in the Southest,
In answer to numerous quires, I -
wire to state to my many friends adl
business acquaintac e throughot the
South, that I have no interest in or
connection with the Ludden & Bates
Southern Music House, which was e-
tblished by me and J. A. Bates abst
thirty-five years ago. I am new inter-
ested largely and solely i the LUD-
DEN & SMITH MUSIC COMPANY,
and in the LUDDE -CAMBLL-
SMITH COMPANY, of Jacksonville,
Fla., who continue the sa policies
and business dealings which b t up
for us the largest music business in
the South. WM. LUDDEN.
I desire to have it Iknaw to
friends as acq uaintaes that I am
na coection with o interest in t
Luddes & Bates' Seuthera Nuh
House, established by Wi. Luean i
myself ina 87o. Mr. LuMe adt 2I
mywu and Jaqpmersn Smith, i
years associated with us, am anew
terested in the LUDDE r-CAIM1S
SMITH COMPANY, of Jaefesr
Fla. Co far as I am aware, mt a
gle individual who helped to mse
Luddea & Bates ame so we khai
throughout the South is anw cassoma
with the ma J. A. rAu
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 Merchandise.
mL a. FOWLLL. CEAS ma6. & MNUS. A.
ProsMevt. Vr Fn _A% t ad rroMasr. r.
8. R. POwell. Cas6. 6. larls,. A. C. MA U A P. a. Stierl*ait erV.
Southern Drug Manufacturinl
Cwm of Wtt gBa -af MaimL St
Wholesale Drugs I Commissary Supplie
We solicit the T'urpentine and Mill Trade and will be glad to quote priemI
anything in the drug line. We make peaked drugs a specialty ead ia Me
money. Mail orders ar given prompt attention.
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Standard Naval Stores Co,
Pays Turpentine Producers
Full Savannah Market
Makes no Charge for Cemlmbsli, Storage or lsammo
Til Beats Savmabl so Ship to
Standard Naval Stores Co. JACKSONVB
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READ THIS CAREFULLY.
JA as= A. NOLLONOA.
:'* Ps*y ss4 Evoy F.M *y.
o ewier and M Amn
'The Pai e and Is Preauoea."
AM el eatioas should be addressed
'*T Ind abeitrl Le oard Comrpany.
J kemomvile, Fla.
sammb EdIeeal d 3a"o eeo OMloee a
Aans, G. L6 &veMuLLk. 06
S1nt6red at the Postoie at Jacksoaille,
Fl., a send-ess matter.
Adopted by the Executive Committee
ef the Turpentine Operators' A-soatio,
September 12, 19M, a it edaasive ofi-
d-' el orgc Adopted in annual eOave-
tia September 11 an the organ alo of
e ga ral asmoiation.
Adopted April 27th, 190B, as the ofl-
dUl are of the Interstate Cus Grow-
SemsW A ot. Adopted September
11. I1 s, as &a omly ofaial or g of the
S. O. A.
eluded to number people by sp-
del eolutit adopted by tOe Georgia
r omill Asoonm dau
STHE BRZOIDVS OFFICE.
Ihe d ihig plant and the main o.-
r -o te If t nahl Reeord Oompay
an located at the iteraei of Bay
Sad Newas stream, Jackmorille, F
A the very hert of the great trpenti
ant y ow pine intdtri .
The Atlnta, Ga., oflee is located fnthe
S uadtbhe Building, No. 723. Atlanta is
a. eater of he great nrf-ntA-ming
l de o the entire oth.
tFhe SavUh, as, ols ee in ir the
i di of Trade Bulding. Savannah i
Sa le adi r opan taal stores market ti
NOTICE TO PATRONS
S AB aym feJ arSrtilt in the 1-
a sutd ef aens eent s elbsdtin thete
-. beIs* a direct to the kh -eee e i
y qJuTalyla Agote anre st algwrtd to
a -. Bih r W M -. a. Wy "iaw miy o-
SMll fr adJertiia. sal ebecriptema ar
a e t tm the lhbese od whit .1,
thd Aimlttae ma o le hbede
a m lm mat T.,w
o- e my.
htlmris ReceSt Paibinh Ce.
SAiSO CULTURE In DADE COUmTY.
Nt ot -M ree.e ily has the mo ao been
Std, plahntied n and ltiated Oaer
w ethods, which in only being done
wi the present time on the lower West
a't ak Oastsi of Florid sand most ex-
Smilvely in the section along Biscayne
5 ay na the But Coastuf Florida, beyond
k see operation, except in India, fts na-
thv country, where it is a r what
Soldd tbe considered orchard options as
St development of the country would per-
olt, otherwise the mango has been growing
is a wild and uncultivated state in many
t tW the forests of tropical countries, or
r owing from dropped seeds in clearings
ad cultivated plains or planted there
M f ms seedlings grown in 'tin cans, crocks,
jt of bamboo, cocoanut shells and the
Staking chances as to what the quan-
Vity or quality of the resulting fruit would
SINDUsTRIAL TRADE NOTES
C. R. Wibon, C. B. Wingert of Oklabo-
-a Cifty and J. F. W. Renker of New York,
, Y., have incorporated the Southwestern
De edopment CO. at Oklahoma City, 0. T.
The Pioaneer Oil Minin Co. has been
eoarporated at Oklahoma City, 0. T., with
41s1e,000 capital stock by Charles J. Car-
F- 1,. James H. Smith of Charley, 0. T.;
Stepben Brown of Rush Springs, I. T.;
berman C. Whipperman and Richard 0.
S, Whippermnan of Grand Rapids, Wis.
;. The Shawnee Copper Mining Co., of
Shawnee, O. T., has been incorporated
with $1,000,000 capital stock by J. S.
Ware, A. M. Coffin, Charles A. Miles,
SFhank BL Fagerquist of Shawnee and
|'. o- H. Kyner of Bladensburg, Md., to
'flBW*LY n'mrmaAyL RUOORD.
Recent Desons of Jntiicate Law Points.
_A citizen whose property is destroyed
by fire became of the failure of the water-
works company to keep fire hydrants in
good condition, as required by its con-
tract with the city, is held, in Allen &
C. Mfg. Co. vs. Shreveport Waterworks Co.
(La.) L. R. A. 650, to have no right of
action against the company to recover for
Residents of a schoolhouse neighbor-
hood who contribute money for the erec-
tion of a building, to be built by individ-
ual contributions, for the use and benefit
of the people of the neighborhood, in order
that a private school may be taught there
when subscriptions for that purpose can
from time to time be raised, the title to
the building being vested exclusively in
the people of the neighborhood, are held,
in Lomax vs. Phillips (La.) L R. A. 661,
to have no right to sue to recover individ-
ual damages to themselves against one
who maliciously tears down and removes
Keeping a hotel is held, in United States
Hotel Co. vs. Niles (C. C. A. 6th C.) 68 L.
R. A. 588, not to be trading, or a mercan-
tile pursuit, within the institution of in-
voluntary 'bankrupt proceedings against
corporations principally engaged in trad-
ing or such pursuit.
Failure to present and give notice of dis-
honor of a note given as collateral secur-
ity to another is held, in Coleman vs.
Lewis (Mass.) 68 L R A. 482, not to ope-
rate as pro tanto satisfaction of the prin-
One holding as collateral security com-
mercial paper which is secured by iort-
gage on chattels is held, in Scott vs. First
National Bank (Ind. Terr.) 68 L. R. A.
488, to be liable to his debtor for permit-
ting the lien of the mortgage to expire,
and the obligors upon the paper to become
insolvent, without taking any steps to
enforce payment of it, so that the secur-
ity is entirely lost. With these cases is
a note on the effect of failure of holder
to make demand or give notice of dis-
honor of paper held as collateral or con-
A railroad company which cannot, be-
cause of a strike, obey the shipping diree-
tions as to the route by which the goods
shall be sent forward, is held, in Fisher
vs. Boston & M. R. Co. (Me.) 68 L. R. A.
390, to be liable to the shipper in case it
selects another route, without consulting
him, on which the freight charges are
greatly increased, where means of com-
munication with the shipper are easily
available, and can be utilized without in-
jury to the property, although the bill of
lading stipulates that it may, in case of
necessity, forward the goods to destina-
tion by any route.
The inability of a railroad company to
perform its contract to carry the pur-
chaser of a round trip limited ticket on his
return journey because of a strike, is held,
in Elliott vs. Southern P. Co. (Cal.) 68 L.
R. A. 393, not to extend the time within
which it is bound to honor the ticket.
The consent of a patient to be treated
by a Christian Science healer is held, in
Speed vs. Tomlison (N. H.) 68 L R. A.
432, to preclude his holding him liable in
damages for failure to effect a cure, al-
though that method of treatment is ille-
gal under the statutes of the State.
A statute giving he personal representa-
tive of a person negligently killed a right
of action for the death, the proceeds of
which are to be distributed among his legal
representatives, is held, in Whitlow vs.
Nashville, C. & St. L R Co. (Tenn.) 68 TL
R. A. 503, not to be a penal statute, which
cannot be enforced by the courts of other
A statute forbidding the forfeiture by
local cororatons of insurance policies for
non-payment of premiums, until a certain
time after notice of the amount and date
of payment laa been mailed to the- in-
sured at his last-named poet-ofice ad-
dress "in this State," is held, in Metropol-
itan Life Ins. Co. vs. Bradley (Tex.) 68 L.
R A. 509, not to apply to policies issued in
other States, unless expressly made appli-
cable by the terms of the policy.
The right of the court to enter judgment
in favor of plaintiff in an action for the
recovery of real estate of which defendant
is in possession, because of defendant's
non-compliance with a rule of court re-
quiring him to deposit one-half the re-
porter's per diem before proceeding to
trial, is denied in Meacham vs. Bear Val-
ley Irrigation Co. (Cal) 68 L. R A 600,
on the ground that it deprives him of his
property without due process of law.
A classification of cities for purposes of
legislation, so as to make a particular law
conferring power to annex territory appli-
cable to those having a population of be-
tween 6,000 and 7,000, is held in Longview
vs. Crawfordsville (Ind.) 68 L R. A. 622,
to be purely arbitrary, and not to save
the statute from the condemnation of the
Constitution as special legislation.
Exhibition of a painting at an acade-
my of arts to which the public is admitted
only by payment of a fee, and the rules
of which expressly forbid patrons to copy
paintings while so on exhibition, is held
in Werckmeister vs. American Lithograph-
ic Co. (C. C. A. 2d C.) 68 L R. A. 591, not
to be a publication, although it contains
no notice of copyright, which will prevent
the artist or his assignee from enforcing
against persons subsequently attempting
to publish copies of it for commercial pur-
poses the rights which would have been
secured by compliance with the copyright
The member of a corporation organized
in the interest of a political organization
is held, in McClintock vs. Young Repub-
licans of Philadelphia (Pa.) 68 L R. A.
459, to have a right to the inspection of
the membership roll, which may be en-
forced by mandamus.
Mental anguish because of inability to
work and properly support his child is
held, in Maynard vs. Oregon R. & Nav. Co.
(Or.) 68 L. R. A. 477, not to be a proper
element of damages to be allowed one in-
jured in a railroad accident.
Bills of discovery are held, in Brown vs.
McDonald (C. C. A. 3d C.) 68 L. A. 462,
not to be abolished by statutes empower-
ing the Federal Courts, in actions at law,
ot require the parties to produce books
and writings, and making parties to suits
at law competent witnesses therein.
To permit an administrator to bring an
action in forma pauperis for the alleged
negligent killing of his intestate it is held,
in Christian vs. Atlantic & N. C. R. CO. (N.
C.) 68 L. R. A. 418, that he need not show
personal inability to give the required
bond, or make the necessary deposit, but
that it is sufficient if he shows such ina-
bility on behalf of the estate and those for
whose benefit the suit is really brought.
The otier cases on the right of the exec-
utor or administrator to sue, defend, or
appeal in forms pauperis ate considered
in a note to this case.
A building having above the first floor
a restaurant kitchen containing three em-
ployees is held, in Carrigan vs. Stillwell
(Me.) 68 L .R. A. 386, not to be within
the meaning of a statute requiring "fire
escapes upon buildings in which any trade,
manufacture or business is carried on,"
requiring the presence of workmen above
the first floor.
Offering a worthless bill in satisfaction
of an obligation, with a request for change,
is held, in Corn. vs. Beckett (Ky.) 68 L. R.
A. 638, to he within a statute providing for
the punishment of anyone who, by false
token, with intent to commit a fraud.
obtains money or property, although it is
not expressly stated that the bill is a good
Failure of police offer havingc.eLa
of he holder of an accident inM mr. ml-j
icy to protect him from assaults by ot
persons is held, in Jarnaginsv Tra"erm'
Protective Asso. (C. A 8th C.) U8'L, I
A. 499, not to take his killing by the
out of a provision in the policy Mt -a
recovery can be had upon it in emns c
death from intentional injuries aied l by
insured or any other person.
The right to the use of steam from I O
landlord's plant to heat water aid warm-
ing tables is held, in lack vs. Kan (I B) +
68 L R. A. 606, not to pass to the liMn
under a renewal lease which does not me-
tion it, where the first lease was mler
seal, and the right claimed was acquired
under an oral contract made for a sep-
rate consideration after the lease was ee-
Authority to confess judgment ema-
tained in a pdwer of attorney attached to
a lease for any rent that may be dae by
the terms of the lease is held, in Weber vs.
Powers (111.) 68 L. R. A. 610, not to e-
tend to rent accruing when the lessee is
holding over after the expiration of the
The right of a tenant to at for b
wood trees planted to meet some special
purposes of the landlord, or to cut tres
growing in their native State, is denied in
Anderson vs. Cowan (Iowa) 68 L A.
641, unless they are such as are Ceurr-
to this ease collates the other authorities
on right of tenant to eu wood for fire or
A bowling alley is held, in William vs.
Vincen (Kan.) 68 L R. A. 634, not to be
exempt from seizure and sale on exeeaUo N
as the tools or implements of the keeper '
trade or business.
The liability of a master for the n.E-
gence of his foreman in designating frm
among several competent employes a'
helper for another servant, merely beaes
he was not as competent as one who mig t
have been designated, and who was -adh
for to assist on the particular job, is d.
nied in Hilton vs. Fitchburg Co. (N. H),
68$ L R. A. 428
Failure of the owner of a building to
comply with an ordinance requiring. r-
proof shutters on all brick buildings with
in the city limits is held, in Frontier Mem
Laundry Co. vs. Connolly (Neb.) 68 L. .
A. 425, not to be such negligence M wE
render him liable to persons whose good
were in his custody as beilee, and wm
destroyed by fire communicated to the
building through the unprotected wimnoas.
The right of plaintiff in a suit to em-
join the maintenance of a nuisance, an
for damages, to have the question as to
the existence of the nuisance, and the
amount of damages, tried by a jury, is de-
clared in Chessman vs. Hale (Mont.) 8 L
R. A. 410.
A judgment against the principal on a
promissory note is held, in Nelson v.
Webster (Neb.) 68 I R. A. 513, not to be
extinguished by its payment by the sure-
ty, who takes an assignment thereof to
himself for the pnrpoe of enforcing it
against his principal, and the surety ls
held to be entitled to colleet it by iese
of execution against the priMnipal. A
extensive note to this eae reviews all th
other authorities on extinction of j-d
ments against principal by suretie' pay-
In the absence of prohibitive stir
provision, a municipality is held in Moor-
land vs. Murphy (Minn.) 68 L. R A. 405
to have power to reimburse a police v-
cer for expenses and attorneys' fees in-
curred in the defense of an action for false
The practice, in case of an e eessive
verdict, of naming a sum for whih judg-
ment may be rendered at the option of
one of the parties, is held in Heimlish v
Tabor (Wis.) 68 L. R.. 6B0, not to vio
late the rights of either party if groa "
upon the proper bas. .
TWE wintri fhiiuftdihtf~f P3l7.
E CHRISTIE-GROOVER r
sW 1W V A mww SV Y NEA Mar
Review of Naval Stores for a Week.
After the initial break in the price of
spirits of turpentine, which followed the
S dose of the market Wednesday, the ad-
vance to the high price of the present
movement which came yesterday at the
dose was hardly to be expected, but the
steady demand from all sources was suffi-
ieat to accomplish the unexpected, and
the market, after opening firm at 65 to
B5% cents on sales of 271 casks, closed
Arm at the outside figure, with further
sales of 136 casks. In the late trading
s i demand from all sources, both foreign
and dometie, was still in evidence and
al fferinp were taken at the closing
price. The receipts were 50 casks and
S ths shipments 506.
The rosn market opened firm at prices
below, showing a gain of 5 cents on D,
SCB aad with sales of 1,547 barrels, and
edoeed irm and unchanged, without addi-
tional male In the late trading offerings,
as a rule, went at an advance of 5 cents
eo D and M and above. One sale was re-
ported at an advance of 5 cents on D, CB.
The receipts were 2,159 barrels and the
Spirit fr the Week a Savanah.
Price Repts Sales Exp 1904
MIoa Sept 25.64 50 1 7552%
Wed. Sept. 27..65%1 52%
Thr. Sept 28..65l 5 4 50552%
Rosin for the Week at Savannah.
Monday, Sept. 25.
WW .......... .... 5.60
WG .. ........ .. 5.20
N .. .. .... .. .. .. 4.80
M ............. 4.70
K .............. 4.65
I .. ..... .. .. 4.65
H .............. 4.60
G .............. 4.55
F .............. 4.50
E .. .. .... .. .. 4.30
D ............ 3.70
CBA .......... 3.45
Sales 1,743, receipts 1,375, exports 4,625.
Tuesday, Sept. 26-Rosin firm; sales
2,571; receipts, 3,969; shipments 4,115.
Quote: A, B, C, $firstname.lastname@example.org; D $3.90; E
$email@example.com; F $4.50; G $4.55; H $4.60;
I $4.66; K $firstname.lastname@example.org; M $email@example.com; N
$4.80; WG $5.41; WW $5.60.
Wednesday, Sept. 27.-Rosin firm; sales
2,181; receipts 777; shipments 82. Quote:
ABC, $3.45. D $3.75; E $4.30; F $4.50; G
$4.55; H $4.60; I $4.65; K $4.70; M $4.75;
N $4.80; WG $5.25; WW $5.60.
Thursday, Sept. 2&-Rosin firm; sales
1,547; receipts 2,159; shipments 3,982.
Quote: ABC, $3.50; D, $3.80; E $4.30;
F $4.50; G $4.55; H $4.60; I $4.65; K
$4.70; M $4.75. N $4.80; WG $5.25; WW
Savannah Naval Stores Statemat.
Exports for season ...... 70,458
Last year .............. 44,659
Coastwise .......'........ 505
Coastwise for season .... 49,376
Last year .............. 60,448
Receipts Thursday ...... 568
Last year .............. 567
Receipts since Sept. 1 ....135,604
Last year ............... 10,483
Stock Thursday ......... 21,170
Last year ............... 91,871
Turpentine at Laden.
1905 1904 1903 1902
Stock Sept. 9..30,508a ..... 19,631 22,415
Del'd this wk.. 1,662b ..... 1,553 1,533
Del'd Jan. 1... 55,40 ..... 63,946 6335
Price Sept. 9.. 47- 39- 43-7% 34-1%
Oct.-Dec. .... 47- 39-3 44- 34-1%
Jan.-April .... 47-9 40-3 45- 35-
Savannah .... 63%c 52,c 54%c 44c.
(a) includes 1,543 French; (b) includes
Bailey & Montgomery's Review.
New Yor, Sept. 27, 1905.
Spirits Turpentine-Stock 1,411 barrels.
Market during the week has held very
steady and inclined to advancing tendency.
Business has been fair.
Thursday, Sept. 21--66%c.
Friday, Sept. 22-7e.
Saturday, Sept. 23.--7%c.
Monday, Sept. 25.--67%c.
Tuesday, Sept. 26.-67%ec.
Wednesday, Sept. 27.-68c.
Rosin-Stock 23,610 barrels.
This market has also been firm all the
week with a fair business. -
AC, $.80; graded-D $430; Z $4.Ul"
4.60; F $4.66-70; G $4.70-75; H $4.18
I $4.85-90; K $4.90-5.00; M $6.0010;
$5.10-15; WG $5.5-70; WW $5o0.
Quotations for pales is te asking print.
BAILEY & MfONT17GdX .r:'
LUMBER &ARX T. .
Exports of lumber and cross-ties friM
Savannah for the season begin Ai"""
1, 1905, as posted at the Board of
umber. Steam. iL
Yesterday ......... 111,774 ..
Week ............ 0,75 .......
Month ................ 5,3 21 5,447,7m
Since Sept. 1, 1906..38874,106 31,M Ui'
Foreign ............ 2,93,434 3,W.a
Baltimore ......... .8,432,59 3,AMI
Philadelphia ....... 4,384a 5,3S ,
New York ......... 20,5=3, 5 411 1,W'"
Boston ............ .2,0,070 4,;3B6..
Other ports ................... 4 ,=Ub
NEW CASHIER FOR OCALA bDA.
Ocala, Fla.-eorge H. Ford, viee-pr.m
dent of the Central National Bank 1
been elected cashier of that inatitatim i
place of F. L. Watson, resigned. JaL
H. Brooks is now assistant eashier 9-
the bank. Both of these young m, sM
eminently qualified for the duties t-of
offices, and they will make most
and capable bank officials
Mr. Watson is at present in N~,ak
Carolina, and his future movemeata s'su
unknown, but it is hoped by his
friends in Ocala that he will eoatim 6'
make that place his home.
W. 1. COACHMAN,
. P. WILLIAMS,
W. J. KELLY,
Vice-Preidt and Traha
IL I. TNAO.AR
The Naval Stores Export Company
NEW ORLEANS, LA
PRI CI'AL J _cksaonville, Fla.
COMMENCED BUSINESS JUNE 1, 1905 '
Owned and controlled by Naval Stores Producers and Factors throughout the Yellow. Pine
District in South Carolina, Georgia. Florida, Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana and Texas
Ti Object of tis Compa is to Bris Plr aud Cosr iht Clo Rllat.
For Quotations and Particulars, Address,
THE NAVAL STORES EXPORT COMPANY
60D11NOWLN GREE ULDW0
1128-U UNITY BIEUIMNG
- - - - - - - -
Wanted and For Sale
SAvertUmos i I WIM rt Ismert to fa aDep a t the Porw awt'a fatees:
or one week, D cents line.
ror two wee, 35centsallne.
SPor three week. oents a lime.
ror tour ee, 65 cents a line.
Nine words of ordinary length make one line.
BH cooets as two lines.
No di Y eept the headings can be admitted.
femittasncs to aceomasy the order. No extra charge for couples f pap
otaiungt advertisement. Cow. must be in this office not later than Thdr
l aralag to secure isrtion ina Fiday's paper.
Wanted. Position Wanted.
&A trit-elas stiller and a thorough tur- Experienced turpentine man wants
. peatine man to ride woods, or take charge sition as manager of turpentne pi
of turpetine place wanted Good price Best of references. Address R. E.,
to right man. Address Gay & Ellarbee, 487, St. Petersburg, Fla.
Miss. 4t Help Sppled.
W, ted. Florida Help Supply Company is i
To correspond with manufacturers of fully organized, incorporated and ready
turpentine cups exclusively of the Herty business, with headquarters Room 20, 1
system or Herty patent. Address G. W. ingston Bldg, Main and Forsyth Stre
Deea, Waycroes. Ga. tf Jacksonville. We supply Saw Mill, '
PFor S e. pentine, Quarry and Railroad hands, I
One-half interest in small but desirable man Coos and House Servants to
turpentine place. The right thing for a nd ll points in the south. oorre
man with limited capital. Must take sup- ene ted
r/ avmory control. For further information, oer Sale.
address or all on W. Cook, Ben Haden, Good turpentine location, situated
lorida. 4t and one-half miles from Hartford,
;- For Sale Good community and plenty boxes l
S I ave for sale the following: One five- and timber enough to eut six crop.
hos pwer steam engine, good as new, reach of still. Will furnish schedule
heap. One fiber press, very cheap; shaft- delivery now or end of season. W.
In, etc. Address C. H. Curtis, Astor, Fla. McGriff, Hartford, Ala. (
THE DUVAL Frank M. Turpin
Open the Year Round. Opposite Government Building. Most Centrally and Conven-
equy Located. Thoroughly Repaired and Renovated. Newly Furnished and Equipped
Library Connected at Popular prices.
i HOTEL BARTHOLDI """W "t"
Facing Madison u Park. Newly Furnished Throghout. Near
all Big Store ad Pls of Amusement. Cat Pas te Door for a '
Railroad Stations and Steamboat Iandings. Large Sample Room for
Commercial Travelers. Here you ind no grand and magnifieat dese-
rations; no luxurious grandeur; no awe-inspiring sm.u .,
elaborate bill of fare, printed in Freoh; no cerim that will dsdain
No employee In any way inattontlve.
Speak to you.
But just a eosy, home-like little hotel that will appeal to the hearts of
i those who are looking for solid comfort. Good, plain Ameriea aeok-
ing, and affable ad courteous treatment.
MILTON R.OBLEE. Proprletr.
po- e^| CYPRESS TANKS
P-ace. i" k Ai Best by EZver Test
boctdis sey a dna wook dftlis2" swll b
men ad b ke AN etface4 be'mi w6
sskamac ift celk.s *ch w.Aesle
eedlrl~ X' &. d eb. Leci
Ie seo an boa akecesed atanvidada
vayle asest.k We elossbel eee e wed
ovs.m lan a go, we of ys bess = bab es s
a so Molkee us ea bdf o wll k. ios.
5-o f- -mfw end Pk-
G. M. DAVIS ft SON
PAL ATE A. FLOOR IDA
St. George Hotel
Rooms: 75c, $1.00 ud $L50%
MRS. GEO. W. BROCK,
CI A:=I NONE BETTER MADE
-SAIV4 W L' Prompt Shipments. I
4OTER CREEK LUMBER CO., Ja6ksonville, Fla 7heM et O
:o1 e "^*-*****************- H vtr op olis.
D. K FLYM
Pf 3. HAWRiS
Secy sad T ...
Am% S~ee &Wd Trwe.
WEST FLYNN & HARRIS CO.
MAIA LG. avannah. Ga.
G SAIL O"UI2=1 WEST NLDG. Jmakesaeailln. Fi.
NAVAL STORES FACTORS.
AVAL SBTORS RC D AT SAVAMiAH, GA., JACKSONVILLE
FL.A, AMD FERXAM1DIA, FLA.
Wholesale Grocers also Dealers in Hay. Grain and Heavy
SOLE AGEN S the Cdlatel Uni Turpatin Axe
M Hand WAVion &Ulds PhadelpEhi VSo.
Is the Paper you want. It is
published daily and is from 12
to 16 hours ahead of any other
daily newspaper in Florida ..
$5.00 a Year $2.5 Six Months
Full Telegraphic and Stock
reports. If you want to keep -
posted on the news, get the
CARTER & RUSSELL PUB. CO.
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:1 1 '.1 ' -' -IIYICIIY 1'-*'e -- :-:
11 THE WIEMLY INiMuJtIAL ROORD.
Jacksonville Grocery Comp'y
,.,. Wholesale rocwr and DIstllere' Supplels.
Ama ffal amrare a e V t A. On., fI. B.n -IN
12I WEMfiY mIhjtUbTIrAL BRUOORD.
JOHN W. DODGE,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
ROMU&S AND 91 WEST ADAMS ST.
OGm--AL PRACTICE ANl OPINIONS On TITLS.
10. R. O 9t. ,
OIE HR r1eW .
Capacity of Yard 800,000 Per Month
THE GUARANTY TRUST & SAV IGS COMPANY is now insuring titles to
property in Duval County. Call and let us explain our methods.
GUARANTY TRUST & SAVINGS COMPANY,
Capital, o100, ooo.oo.
James W. Spratt, President. W. M. Bostwick, Jr, Vice-President.
Harlow Barnett, Secretary and Treasurer.
4 per cent interest paid on deposits.
appreciate, use and advise Life Insu-
rance. The advice of successful men
is worth following. Insure in
THE PRUDENTIAL '"OS ,,..
4WALTrl P. C: Masaar. JOHN DRYDEN, Press
ms ~ --* --^ i i* i*ii- -- - - - ff A .-- -
CAPITAL STOCK 5300,000.00
SJacksonville Naval Stores
A NEW COMPANY
Will do a general naval stores commission business. We
guarantee Savannah prices upon day of arrival, and to make
A MUTUAL COMPANY
Each shipper invited to become a stockholder.
It is but fair and right that the operator should share in the
profits of the selling end of his product.
We have ample capital and facilities to take care of our
customers. Your business solicited.
htm Building, Rooms 21-23
D. C. ASHLEY, Preaident. W. P. ROBERTS. V. P. and Gen. Mgr.
J. C. CRANFORD J. P. FENDER C. H. BROWN J. N. BRAY
S. H. BERG, Secretary and Treasurer
S NOWNSON.Pr s. B. GAIL AB. Quiad
W. aB OWZN. VTIe*Pes.
Banac-; Oat. Fr. LakN nfty. Fk
Jacksenvlle, - - Flida
Title and Tax Abetracts, Maps, ete.,
of large tracts in all parts of Plorida and
South Georgia, prepared for owner and
intending purehaers. Correspoadeae
REALTY TITLE AID TRUST CO.
Law Exchange Bldg., JacsoNvile, la.
GI I ISIu Iue8h8ueeuehiuggug oouu 4eh4tooui ee4e44
W. W. CARNES, Press. W. C. THOMAS, Manager. R. S. CARNES See. &A;e I
Tampa Hardware Co.
STurpentine. Mill and Phosphate Supplies.
LARGE STOCK COUKIL All MLNES IACKS All FULLERS 1 M .
@III g *m1 *I e U *to.i I I lt tfa l tt t M m***0o.-m
C. H. Hargraves Co.
GRAIN, HAY AND FEED.
Iseal atnew"" to Turoesau am saow
esses Reuulremuao. A flerw a Frkm fer
E"aT SAY STR EET,
SOUTI IERN RAILWAY
SUMMER TOURIST RATES
TO ASHEVILLE, HOT SPRHGS, WAYTNSVILLE, HWnDUSO*O VlL
LAXK TOXAWAY AKD OTHER DELIGHTFULLY COOL
PLACES IN SUMMER TIM.
Spend a vacation in the beautiful Land of the Sky" and "apphire Cstzy.l
Write for booklet descriptive of the North Caolina reearta, giving p
fare ad hotel rates.
. LUSE, Dstrict Pammager Agnt, JackmmBni, Iessl.
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I VEHICLE & HARNESS CO.
C"r. Frsyt 8M Ciear St. JACIKSONVILLE. FUL
SCarriages and Wegons
CarTame ma Wng M i, W S M. Am. El.
rtrpeaftme and MPa armess. Waguas. anres. S.dMserry. Bi Carte.t eh
I Wag s, Surries auf creerytUls kept to a frst-class estaflshmeat.
Largest ealers R ia rers.
Standard Electric Co.,
Jacksonville Naval Stores Co,
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THE WEMmLY INDUBTBIAL REOwD.
For Our Customers
is Success For
S' '%%%'%*~% %% ~ %IV~1 I
We have about a dozen I
desirable Turpentine Lo-
cations in which we wish
toseol a one-fourth or
one-half interest to de-
| *MI- Sig(rIi Co,,
!C.V JAIULLE, FLOIIA
22-30 West Bay Street
-20 sa h1uIl C-Mhto Ehetrie LAht
Pnrw Phati, Talsph s Ex-
cm-u.. Whoshs nEchtrie
aw^ I a
i4 Wet ay Steet,
S JACKSONVIL, NL.
STheT PI nTHIFDQ
Sam'i P. Holmes & Co.
SMEW YORK COTTON EXCHANGE
CICAGO BOARD OF TRADE
Diect rirate wires to all etehanges.
k- eaMI tok ad boawd a peesialty.
bgse dim 053 a ,nemck
Do You Went fa Perfect Standard
TYPEWRITER. sHE AP?
In our wholesale department we have the following special "pick-up" bargains in type-
One new FAY-SHOLIE 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 SMITH-PRBEIER, a snap at $73.00.
One REMINGTON No. 7, but little used and god god new, $60. Everybody knows the
Remington, the "old reliable."
One SMITH-PREMTIR, second-hand, but in perfect order, $55.
One FAY-SHOLES, good as new, a real bargain at $55.
If you want to buy a typewriter and want to save money, buy ofe of these before they
are gone. Better write quick. .
We rent typewriters, too, to responsible parties.
ohn = Furchgott= Compan
WHOLESALE DEALERS M
Dry Goods, Clothing, Gents Furnishings and Hats.
MAIL ORDERS OIVEN PROMP ATTENTION
ArsuaitoG T=AT Is GOOD AM WholesaleDe
. i Industrial Record Co. jhwksmie
APPRE IOU .I8 J~dkseiwE~, flerM.
vs __ __ 18 - -
TIMBER LANDS FOR SALE
Or 100,000 series, boxed uad round timber. Some barga in Sawmills,
riwmil locations and Turpentie Places. Numerous small tracts from 10
uaerM p. Good Farms and Country Residences near town and in splendid lo-
aliti. 6,000 aere Misiasippi Delta anad hardwood lands. Several choice
reideae in the charming town of DeFuniak Springs, Fla. Call or apply for
prices and particulars. Address-
ClAS F. TURNER, P i. 115, hDeFN l Spri s, fl.
The Clyde Steamship Company
NEW YORK, CHARLESTON AND PLORIDA LINES
The mingnplemt steamships of this ne are appointed to sail as follows, calling at
(Marleston, C., both wayi.
F Pro N Ioth v^)
Frem Jacksnvile for
Charleston and New York.
THE NATIONAL BANK OF JACKSONVLLE=
CAPITAL $300000 SURPLUS and UNDIVIDED PRORS S414
We mne Time certifiates of Depot, wi draw aterestt t te atetrI perw es
urni, if hl ninety deja or ltouer. Talake -ratawc sdra 5fst rsa
seMta f Feei. Partzicuar attenon paM to Otof-Town a >onIn. au<4Is* ulbI
DRINK A BOTTLE OF DELICIOUS AND REPRESHIRG
Proved by the highest medical experts to be the met halthfmdabk In emi-m
Sold by the JACKSONVILLK COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO, 624 WIt w y 8t :.
R S. HALL, Prea. H B. CLARKSON, V. P. and Mgr. H. A. FORD, See. ad Teal
Marion Hardware Company,.
Hardware, Mill and
Sept. 23, at3:00pm..IROQUOIS....
Sept. Sa at 3:00pm. .OOMANCHE...
Sept. 2, at 3:00pm..HUBON.......
ept.29, at :00pm. .APACHE ......
Sept 30, t :00pm..ALGONQUIN..
Oct. 3, a 3:00pm..ARAPAHOE...
Oct. 4,t 3:00pm..IROQUOIS.....
Oct. 7, at3:00pm..HURON .......
Oct 10, at 3:00pm. .APACH ......
Oet. 11, at3:00pm. .AGONQUIN..
Oct. 13, at 3:00pm. .ARAPAHO ..
Oet. 14,at 3:00pm. .IBOQUOIs.....
Oct. 17, at 3:00pm..COMANCHE..
Oct. 18, at 3:00pm..HURON .......
Oct. 20,at 3:00pm..APACHE......
Oct. 21, at 3:00pm. .ALGONQUIN..,
Oct 24, at 3:00pm. .ARAPAHOE...
Oct. 25, at3:00pm.. IROQUOIS.....
Oct. 27, at 3:00pm. .COMANCHE....
Oet. 8, at3:00pm. .HURON.......
ept.28, at 6:30am
Oc. 2,at 9:00am
Oct. 4, at 10:00am
Oct. 5, at 10:30am
Oct. 7, at 11:3am
Oct. 8, at l2:00n'n
Oct. 9,at 12:30pm
Oct. 11,at 5:00an
Out 12, at 1:00pm
Oct.14, at 6:00am
Oct. 15, at 7:00am
Oct. 19, t 9:30am
Oct. 21, at 11:00am
Oct. 22, at 12:00n'n
Oct. 23, at 12:30pm
Oct 25, at 1:00pm
Oct. 26, at 1:00pm
Oct. 28, at 5:30am
Oct. 29, at 6:30am
Oct. 30,at 7:30am
Nov. l, at 9:00mn
"-e-stom via bhra wlek ad Ca1rlete. xlrght only. *-B ema via
Charleston. --Boston via Charleston and New York. I-To New York direct.
TlE CLYDE NEW ENGLAND AND SOUTHERN UNES.
Direct Service Between Jackaenville, Boton and Providence and an Eatern Points,
Caing at Charleston both Way.
SouthboLnd..... ...... ....... .. ........ .. From Lewis Wharf, Boston.
Northbound .................. .. From foot of Catherine Street, Jacksonville.
CLYDE ST. JOHNS RIVER LINE
Between Jaceaville and Sanford.
Stopping at Palatka, Astor, St. Francis, Bereford (DeLand) and intermediate
blading on St. Johns River.
STEAMER "CITY OP JACKSONVILLE"
iS appointed to sail as follows: Leave Jacksonville Sundays, Tuesdays and Thursdays
3:30 p. m. Returning, leave Sanford Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays 9:30 a. m.
ait- TWA, red nD
Leave 3:3,p.m..................... Jaksonville ............... Arrive 2:00a.m.
Leav 8:45p.m. ................... Palatka .................. Leave 8:00p.m.
Leave 3:30a.m...................... Astor .................. Leave 2:30p.m.
Leave 4i0Im.m................ St. Fancis ................. Leave 1:00p.m.
........ .................... Bereford (Deland) .............. Leave 12:00noon
Arrive 8:30.m.................... Sanford ................. Leave 9:30s.m.
Arrive 10:00 a.m................ Enterprise ................. Leave 10:00 a. m
GMMPEAL PASS1 GER AND TICKt OFFICE, ass W. BAY ST, JACKVILLE.
r. M. IRONMONGER, J., Aest. Gen. Pass. Agent, 122 W. Bay St. Jacksonville, Fla.
W. G. OOOPER, JR., Frt. Agt., Jack'ville. C. P. LOVELL, Superintendent, Jaek'ville.
Foot Hogan Street, Jacksonville.
A. C. HAGGERTY, G. K. P. A, New York. CLYDE MILNE, G. F. A., New York.
TH O EGER, WM. P. CLYDE & CO.,
General Manager. General Agents,
Che-dirongh Bilding, 19 State Street, New York.
It III It111 d1 a.Iaaalaaaooloseog svte 1#92aa
J. P. WUlraA Presidet.
T. A. J wos, Bad ViePresleat
H. L. KATrvO, Secrety.
D. a vG.Cse. bs I
J. P. WILLIAMS COMPANY,
HIlL SIEZ 111 FSINU ID IIB IIE U1K1.0
Mim Oftfle. eovmMlmM. 00 3.Ol.
Branec ormten:s ae coff- as Jee F LR IO OKeXlu 5
j JCKXSonVMiLLa, rLa. f CoLUmmUNa a.
Naval Stores Prodcers are Isvited to Correap nd With V..
m sm masn sm ms ms sm sm ms m ai om ms ma mi
III lI I llll l l E I III IIII IIIIIUIUIIUU ICICE'WiY'
- JOS. ROSENHEIM & SONS
SMANrACTVrEcRS AND JOBBP OF
"Best Shoes Made for Conoeisary Trade."
BOARD OF TRADE BUILDING 219 MAl N -T.
Electric Wires of Every Descripia .
Elevators Installed and Repaired. Motor
and Fan Work a Specialty.
*ELL PHONE 1330.
Pine Staves I Heading
I PROMPT SHIPMENT
Sead me y)er oers for preset r a uta a ss
T. J. WHITTED, Bonifay. Fi.,
TIM W=rrK~l 1 rwuwr$UL U RICOND. 7
F i; -- ---.- 7?
THx lwUKjfllY iL'ifryBAL RECORD.
I f want anythlnt lo*k
mreh tMs cla ssfed list and
wr t tthe firm appearing
hrein The Record fgaratees
a promp response.
Jn. W. Dodge, Jacksonville, F.
SeaMy Tth and Tret ao.
T. .0 HEateaon, Jacksonville, Fl1.
Aih Natinl Bank, J ekoalle, DI
-M- Jacksvill, a.
S4ranty Trest & Savings Co., Jackson-
t-rgU Bank 6 Trust Co, Jacksonville,
4leml ank of Jasottling o
BOza, .Sa co..D AIM
m m r er I 0o Jansonvlle, 71.
;-t- ser,. U., Jr., Jaksonville, Fia
gh & applyy o, aThe, Jakale,
Lr J., NewYok C.
S* UCCo k Bottling Co., Jack
a d o., Ak Jae somnlle, Fa.
4Kh1c AO. a J MBvflevm, FL.
(Bathing Co., Jacksonile, J s1
S PrO nt- & T O4 Jacknonville, Fla
:bf, & magIlt o., NJaksovlY Fi
] rs H&e OR, New York City.
R fL Mith and Trot OI.
006, The, Jacksonville, im.
A Jene, Jehsavlme, Fih
SMui sif Emeturlng Co Jacksoeville
Drug Co,. JaeasonWt1k
: Y OOODS-WHOLZAEI.
m CDe., Th, Jacksonvilens, L
r eirast & b Co., J sekaonlye An
2lsetrie Co., Jacksonville, FI
sectri Co., JacksonviDe, Fla.
lectrie Co.. Jacksonville, Fla.
eektie Co., Jacksonville, NI.
l Works A6 y OD, An
O0., J4a1041 ille F%
alb S Oe ., J. ., Maeom, Oa.
I & Co6, Wn. A, Jacksonville, Fla.
E s Song a., J. ., Mason, Ga.
1-rgee 1mP & S9pply O", The J3k
FernesM O., Jackonville, Fh
3NTV ., UMI8mxW&
O a-& *r., J. A, Jacksonville, Fla
SGre&o r Co, Jacksonville, Fb
4-O WC oting3 J. O., Jacsonvie, F
Wa rt.nteion Co., Jacksonvna, Fla.
aw Oo, Wm. A., Jacksonville, Fia.
ormeary 0a., Jacksonville, A
le ., a H., Jacksonville, Fn.
a Grocery Co., Jacksonville, FM
SO., J. P., Savannah, Ga
_' Tit O., John R, Savannah, GaOn.
UveI Oak Bottling Works, ve Oak. I
w Zhn, FP a"t & oR, J0nksevilIe, FH
eaboe a"d Harnes Co.. Jacksonville, NI
I:j -i & Jeim O., Th, Jaesonville, B
w. Mari Hardware OC, Oeala, .1L
TaNa Hardware Co., Tampa, Fla.
VWsift Cie, J. D., Savanna. Ga.
HAY AND GRAIN.
s B &rs f Oo, Wmin. A.. Jacksonville, F1L.
Sbro, J. A. Jacksonville, ia.
R f Mio, Jaekonvllel i
Stuart-Bernstein Co., Jaeksorvile, Fla.
Arago, The, Jaekmsovil1 FL.
Duval Hotel, Jacksonville, Fla.
Hotel Bartoldi New York Cty.
St. George, Jacksonville, Fla.
Light's Restaurant, Jacksonville, Fla.
Florida Help Supply Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
Lombard Iron Works & Supply C, An-
Merrill-Steenas O., Jesonl, ma.
Sehoield's Sor Co., J. 8., Mae, Ga.
Prudential Life. Walter P. Corbett, Mgr.,
Cay, Shine & McCal, Jacksonville, Fla.
Loren H. Green & o., Jacksonville, Fla.
Greeleaft Crosby Ca., Jaeksaovill Fr.a
Hess & Slager, Jacksonvlle. Fla.
Blum A Co., Chas, Jackonville, rl
Myerson, Max, Jcksonville, Fi.
Altmayer & Flata Liquor Co., M oam, (a.
Eureka Saloon, Jacksonvill, Fla
Joeeph Zapp & Co., Jacksonvile, Fla.
peer Medicine Co, Cattanoog, Ten.
Southern V-l-f-t-rin O., Jaek.onile,
Christie-Groover Drug Co., Jadksonve.
Realty Title and Trat Co.
Lombard Iron Works a Spply Co., Au-
d'" 8a S o., J. ., ~4mo, GO.
MATERIALS FOR A UKvJrB. Xms PRO-
Sehofid's Soa Co, J. a., Mao, Ga.
Baker, K. A., Brumwiek, Ga.
eMMilla Broas., Savanah, OG a
Marion Hardware Oo, Oeala, Fh.
Schooid's Sonr Co., J. S., Maeon, Oa
Tampa Hardware Co., Tampa, Fla.
SWeed & Co, J. D., Savannah, Ga.
SSale Nail C., New York Cty.
Daily & Montgomery, New York, N. Y.
Consolidated Naval Stora C., Jaekle.
Standard Naval Stores o., Jaekoile,
Timmons-Blount Co., Tampa, Fla.
Union Naval Storem O., Mobile, Ale
Willims Co., J. P., Savannah, Ga.
West-Flynn-Harris Co, Jackonville, Flu
- Young Co, John R., Savanmah, Oa
Jacksonvile Naval Stores Co., Jackson
NAVAL STORES EXPORTERS.
Naval Stores Export Co, Jacksonville, FL
Bond & Boam Co, Jacksonville, .
Mario Hardware O., OnaI, F1I
' Tampa Hardware Co., Tampa, Fla.
L Florida Paper Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
Ludden-Campbell-Smith Co., Jacksonvill
Merril-Stevens Co., Jackaonvill, Fa.
Sehoeld's Sone Go., J. S., Maeon, G
L. National Tank & Export 0o., Savanal
a REAL ESTATE
Brobaton, Fendig & Co., Jaeksonvllre,
C. Buckman, Jacksonville, Fa.
Christie, J. D, Jacksonville, Fla.
SLivingston & SoNa, J. H, Oeala, la.
Southern States lead sad Timber O
- Hedricks Real Estate Agency, Jackso
Diabold Safe and Lock Co., Jacksonvill
Bours & Co., Wm. A., Jacksonville, Fla.
Cummer Lumber Co, Jacksonville, Fa.
Merrill-Stevms Co., Jacksoville, Fil.
Oovington CO, The, JCaksoil, Fh.
a. JoeRoenheim & Sons, Savannah, Ga.
9Diamalms, Watches, Jewelry,
HESS & SLAGER1 1-13 N, 331. h, JMb...a.
ll-lllbk~t,, J.lW, hy, Fk,
M. A. Baker,
INVENTOR AND MANUACTUE TUW r
Write me for price ad *ues
r.0. B. asY point In Georgia. tIer-
. Alabama or MilisslPpi- All
atills old under a guarantee
Thel s te C mr a SPctOft.
The Largest and Oldest Copper
Works in Goorgia.
SMy specialty is large worms and heavy bottoms that do not lek.
ArISWEIIARS Al D SUPPLIES.
R. C. Davi & Co, Jacksonville, Fla.
Clyd teamship Oa., The, New York City.
Holme & Co., Samuel P. Jaelawoille M
Davi & SOa, X., Palatka, Fl.
Schofeld's som Co., J. S., Maon, Ga.
TITLES AND TAX ABSTRACTS.
Realty Title and Tut Co.
luKPsan Ax APPARATUS
Chattauoo Pottery C., Jaeksomwlls, kIa.
l UxPaiU xr STILLS.
Baker, K. A, Brumwik,
Mehillan Bros. Savaah, Ga.
luxPsaj.tms STILL TUBS
Davis So., G. M, Palatka, Fia.
SUKPs axus VATS.
Davis & Son, G. ., Palatka, Flk
Council Tool Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
Vehicle & Harness Co, Jaksonville, Fla.
Greeleaf A Croeby Co., Jacksoville, FIk
Heas & Slaser, Jacksonville, Fla.
YELLOW PINE LUBER.
Cummer Lumber Co, Jacksonifl, FLP
Est Coast Lmber O Watertown, Fi
E L ECTR IC
LAMPS an WIRING
National Electric Co.,
520 Mais St. Jackseals. flf
THE INDUSTRIAL RECORD --
facture more of them tha all the
ing and ofice supply houses in the
Send all orders for Conmiimary Chsks,
any color, any dmao iriru, padded o
loose, to the
Imdstrial Record Go.
mE oIDErr weasEyr new=m m
emIoeO A. ( etmbl akee Iam 1a.)
OLD SHARP WILIjAMS--POre aIe 0M
Rye. By the gallon 13.e0; tour g qu
$3.5, express prepaid.
GEO. J. COLIEXAN--Pute PeangySt-
Rye; Rich and Mellow. By the gllsen
1.75; four full quarts d .I9, epu pnal.
ANVIL RYE--Pure Sbstantial Fam
Whiskey. By the allon $s.56; towr fU
quarts $.m. express prepaid.
CLIFFORD RYB-By the gallon S;
four full quarts 32.W. express repaid.
OLD KENTUCKY CORN-Direct fr
Bonded Warehouse; fne and old. By the
gallon 3.00; four full quarts .5 ex
OLD POINTER CLUB CORN Rk
and Mellow. By the gallon =a.l; fow ful
quarts $2.M, express prepaid.
We handle al the leading brands of Rye and Bourbon Whiskies In the market
and win save you from S to a per cent on your purchases. Sead for price M a
atalogpe. Msaled free upon application.
The Altmayer ft Flatax Liquor Company.
MACON. GA. AND 3IRI.m GHAM. ALA.
DIAMONDS AND WATCHES I
S we simply ask a ca. We can show yeo, at correct and omey
saovng prices, any papers or loose pre white, perfect
DIAMONDS. It Is oar desire to contine befng (e largest
Dfamod dealers hi Jacaksoville amd a specialty Is tee reamd-
cat gems and klge-grade Waltam asd Eltis Watches.
TMl WUUKLY 1NPUfrddAL KEOOgD.
Joseph D. Christie, Business Agent
Renm 303 *y-U6-m* .* k m J 1e* Fle.
Tolehi ne 4s5.
If y wvat to loate s n blerida ad ontemplate go g inat busine, bt -
help you If yes a hve bousina to s, list ane with me.
SAVAANAR NAVAL STORKS RECORD FOR 1903-o4 AND TWO PREVIOUS YEARS
edmeip. 1903-04 1902-03 1901-02
apit u, eab ................................ 192,647 29,490 314,34
f m a, brrels .............................. 650,8 940O,6 1,o71,44
Total ................................... 848 1,233,083 1,8,780
fpfakto, .............................. 188,93 29,430 314,67
bLr, elr ............................... 75,270 975,428 237
urMs, mk ............................... 93,84 200,109 217,44
ain., hirba ............................... 38,171 s04,173 63042
a lt, eaks ................................ 3,658 42,765 53,763
hsim., barred .............................. 87,63 133,121 129m
aits, ................................ 59, 661 37,66 43,637
iM, bwr .............................. ,746 337,734 39839
The receipts of piit re lae than 190-03 by 98849 auk, and of romim, 289,6
Crop of Spirt and Roim for Thre Yam.
Crop 1903-04. Crop 1900-S. Crop 1901-6 .
spirit. Baoin. Spirits. in.Bosi
t ....... .. 11 80,7 18,883 113,98 16,921 10 8
.. 3,150 3,00 11,836 3,004 13,70
aenamh .. .... .. ..17,418 0,98 10,70 9406W 313,186 1,071440
Hmew k.. .. .. .. 600 184,587 08,47 144,106 79,609 88,12
Mobile ....... .. .. 12,31 60,380 18,90 79,272 21,080 88,572
New Orkln ...... .. 36,017 133,126 33,10 108,033 21,088 94,3
rrabe .......... doed osed 3,394 32,148 8,177 47,497
q rgoe"rw .. .. .. .. 7,15 44,14 10,307 46,809 8,48 50,515
ma ........... 42,564 M0,8 38,76 19,305 37,78 16,360
Jea. & iunai .. ..I,10 l S,10 91,976 375,11 70,000 ,46,00
TImps .. .... .. .... done d d 13,66 40,06 15,4A4 61,779
ote ..........536,916 3sS 571, 2,184818 60,49 U,212,413
Imprt, I f Turptine to United Kingom.
pr oe aoal rtaur; ewt turned iate barrel at 320 awt, 18,30 kilo, 100 bbM.
1900 1901 1908 1903 1904
Nom United States ................ 174,44 193,429 155,128 143,81 144,400
Fram Pramn ........................ 2ps a8e 1,656 4,30 S,60
Prm other antris ............... 840 63 904 616 11
177,66 194,341 167,6m 148,997 147,270
Rukia TarpenIe .................. 851 ,81 8,711 17,6 17,706
Total bar ....................... 186,00 01,0 1,33 1s,69s la 165,5 s
PBrentage of Rausil .............. 457 3.41 65.4 10s5 10.7
Aera. prime ofd ariiras ......... 35-4 27-1 33-1 422 41-2
Reported by Jemm Watt & So, aIndon, E]gsd.
COEPARATIVY PRICKS OF SPIRITS AT SAVANNAH FOR FIV YEARS.
Apil 8 .................
Apr 1 ................
Aprl 2 ................
ba 13 .................
J 810 .17...............
a 1 ................
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ly I ................
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I Atlantic National Bank of Jacksonville
* RESOURCES THREE MILLION DOLLARS.
* We invite espedal attention to our SinTg Department, whieh i opera
under GOVERNMENT BUJSlRLISON.
INTEREST COMNPOVUED QVARTERLY.
.es u" =0) ** s*W e 4mi e qW; ---
Under new manigsmenwt. Thoreagh
renovated and repaired throughout, ia-
eluding new eletrie elevaStr art our
own o*ectrie lightt plant.
H. N. O'NEAL, Prop.
SJ. S. Schofield's Sons Company,
!- Headqlarters fMr
*e No plant complete without one.
S5 Hundreds of them in se in Georgie
4 Florida, Alabama, Mibsippi ad
South Carolina. Write s lor p.tt o
SS Iwrs and pricee. We eals masufaP mre
SlEniMnes, Belter amd lit
a(ew Grade Macainery,
Swell a array a full ad complete
( -~-etook-- 4
as wDo a U
Min SuplkU Pipe,
,, ^ Seller Tubes, Ea.&
; Macon, -- Georgia.
SA mom ftsitb eo ad
mlo of Tok WeUk for Toea e stea P row
i Timmons Blount Co.40*00*0so$$ #0*000"
Timmons -Blount Co. i
W. W. TIMNMOS,
B. W. BLOUNT,
J. P. CARBON,
seoe & Trew
Naval Stores Factors
And Dealers in Supplies of all Kinds for Turpentine
TIMMONS- BLOUNT CO.
American National Bank BMN.
' East Coast Lumber Co.
40% ROUGH AND DRESSED LONO LEAF
40 Yellow Pine Lumber
=% Bundled Rosin Barrel Staves in Carload Lots.
3" Steamer Shipmeats a Specialty.
37 WATELRTOWN. FLORIDA.
"S TH WEKYDDUA1UI
Bear in Mind That During Your
MEET WITH A MISHAP
Over in the Left- Halnd Corner Will Inteires You.
Southern Copper Works.
ftyetevl, X. 0.
R-Y((~I(L~~~~~~~IS~) U U--
SManufacturers of High Grade
Western White Oak Spirit Barrels
We are now
direct to us will receive prompt and careful attention.
prepared to furnish barrels from six shops advantageously located.
J. C. LITTLE, President. JOHN E. HARRIS, Vioe-President.
E. H. MOTE, General Manager. C. H. BARNES, Secretary and Treasurer.
3. C. LITTLE,
JOHN E. HARRIS,
W. C. POWELL,
C. H. BARNES,
W. F. COACHMAN.
J. W. WEST,
E. H. MOTE.
W. J. KELLY
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THR WvKrLY 5IDIM RAL R0wErD.
V. -L -.' -0
PAID UPCAPITAIL $soOMoo
~~O~maaOce .awl 0rer ~ioras, Jacksymren me*. w"th 5rsCftC s IMF rawt pa
and b. Ga.
sit uh2Uo i at Groe*ty' Coapbn is suocssor to, the C. B. Rogers CompaPny of JAokwOnv"i tim F~orid Gfshu
!of. Porids NaMal Stors MMd commimion Oompany, Of gfqe U
qP.O=P~y;-. C a Juonifille; the grgsry branch of the Gulf Wava1St'ObOewanpmayrd o6, 1
IcuV sl' Ss Cainpwnj,, of Pensacola; the gror branch of the West Cos* Naval- fl'o
Usawk -of Sounsm Mrl Stores Oompawy. of ftyannna
ika i overYthing In Heavy and Ughat Grce G
00m,91 and Imported Groceries, Turp i.t..e T.
---' '.-4f- -. --:
a0l points that-cau'be, reached the cheapest through the branch stores of. the CMotpan7, A.A
attention given all orders through the. mainr office and bniaesP
Thet acksonrivi tStorage. Rooms of the.-
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ifgte largest spwo gf uy Compsay of do klind In the Sam*--A6:
quarters Corner Bay and Bridge Sts., Jacksonvilic -Rg.
-rrmesn aTampa. Fhb., Penhlscols. rkWI., end Savannah. Ge.
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