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 Material Information
Title: Weekly industrial record
Portion of title: Industrial record
Physical Description: 19 v. : ill. ; 35 cm.
Language: English
Creator: Turpentine Operators' Association
Publisher: Industrial Record Co.
Place of Publication: Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: October 6, 1905
Publication Date: -1909
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Lumber trade -- Newspapers -- Southern States   ( lcsh )
Naval stores -- Newspapers -- Southern states   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
United States -- Georgia -- Chatham -- Savannah
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1900.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 19, no. 42 (Oct. 25, 1909).
Issuing Body: Official organ of the Turpentine Operators' Association.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 6, no. 1 (Jan. 3, 1903).
General Note: "Dedicated to the naval stores and lumber interests."
General Note: "The exponent of southern progress."
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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Yaldosta, ,a., Sept. 27th, 1905.
Industrial Record,
Jacksonville, Florida.
Gentlemen:-
Please quote us price, for six
months, on space we formerly had in
your paper.
Yours truly,
W. H. BRIGGS HARDWARE CO.


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Prident, W. C. POWELL; Vice-Presidents, who with the President, constitute the D1iretory and Board of Managers, W. F. COACHMAN, B. F. BUL-
LARD, H. L 'V-INGTON, H A. .McEACHERN, JOHN IRYOUNG, J. A. "tANFORD, D. H. MeMILLAN, C. DOWN-
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By an advance of $1 per thousand
straight through on coastwise and $2 a
thousand on flooring, ceiling, drop siding,
weather boarding, car siding and car lining
of the interior list; raising the price of
No. 1 shingles to $3 a thousand and No.
2 to $1.50, and kiln-dried laths to $2 a
thousand the Georgia Interstate Sawmill
Association last Tuesday accomplished the
expected increase in prices. The new
s ale becomes effective immediately.
The raise in prices was recommended
by a committee composed of Messrs. W. B.
Stillwell, W. Frazier Jones, W. A .Cheeves,
Frank FL Waymer and George T. Betts,
which reported immediately upon assemb-
lage after lunch.
The morning session consumed but a
short time, and was occupied largely with
individual reports, which is a regular fea-
ture of eah meeting. The general tenor
of the reports indicated trouble in secur-
ing ear supply and labor. There were ex-
eeptions to both complains, an occasional
member asserting that his car supply was
all desired and he had more labor than
he could employ with profit, but these
were few.
General dissatisfaction with negro labor
was evinced, and several members of the
association are casting about in an effort
S to dispose of the problem by employing
foreign labor. Among them was Mr. L. M.
Hughes of the Ocmulgee River Lumber
Company, of Lumber City, who recently
imported Boers and placed them at work.
The experiment is so recent that Mr.
Hughes was unable to give any statement
as to the probable result.
The Red Cypress Lumber Company of
Pretoria, is another company which will
dispense with negro help if it is found that
immigrant labor can be used with satisfac-
tory results. The company is in communi-
Scation with the Southern Immigration So-
ciety in New York with a view to bring-
ing a company of* possibly thirty Slavs,
Poles or Swedes within the next few
weeks.
The report of the members upon orders
and demand showed that from twenty to
sixty days' cutting was now on hand, and
the ruling prices ruled from 50 cents to
$10 above the list. Some of the members
expressed doubt as to when they were
getting enough for their product, the de-
Smand being always eager at good prices.
This was particularly true of planing mill
stock, some of the mills reporting it im-
possible to accumulate any considerable
stock of flooring and ceiling, even though
prices were raised.
SSome of the mills reported that. they
were sometimes supplied with gondola ears
when request was made for equipment,
and that the cost in handling to such cars
approximated from $3 to $4 per car more
than to the ordinary flat or box car.
Considerable interest centered about the
report of the committee which attended
the meeting of Eastern manufacturers and
dealers with regard to the rules of in-
spection ofeyelloy pine lumber.
The report was made by Mr. Stillwell
and Mr. Weymer. It was stated that the
present inspection rules were thoroughly
discussed and a better understanding ar-
rived at between dealer and manufacturer,

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and without the change of any essential of
the inspection. It was necessary to explain
some things to the Eastern lumbermen,
but after explained it was apparent that
there was no dissatisfaction. Mr. Wey-
mer said: "They do not think now that
we are trying to get off any and everything
on them and we are not inclined to believe
that they want to get our lumber for
nothing."
The only change made was in the form
of an addition to the rules which provides
that all lumber grading higher than the
grade for which it is sold shall be accept-
ed as the grade sold. Under a previous

lack of specific understanding as to lumber
of higher grade appearing in a certain
grade gave the buyer the option of classing
same as seconds, if he so elected, which
was an evident injustice to the seller. A
better understanding was also reached as
to odd sizes.
The Committee on Price List found the
list in need of more thorough revision than
was possible to be given on short notice
and recommended the appointment of a
committee to revise the list for report at
the next meeting. This committee is com-
posed of H. H. Tift, W. B. Stillwell, C. W.
Pike, W. S. Fender, F. ER Weymer, W. F.
Jones, R. H. Paul. It is probable that this
committee will recommend further ad-
vances on articles that will stand it, and
the list will be made more uniform than
it now stands.
Mr. Stillwell and Mr. Weymer were
elected delegates to the Chicago meeting
of the Interstate Commerce Law Conven-
tion Oct. 26, the purpose of which is to
recommend legislation for the extension of
jurisdiction to the Interstate Commerce
Commission in'the regulation of railroad
rates.
Mr. Frank E. Weymer invited the asso-
ciation to meet at Jacksonville Tuesday,
Nov. 21, and upon unanimous vote the in-
vitation was accepted.
* After the business session Mr. Barnes
of the St. Louis Lumber Journal addressed
the association upon trade topics briefly.

GREATER JACKSONVILLL
When the winter tourists arrive in Jack-
sonville they will find many changes. Va-
cant lota which they left behind last sea-
son are now occupied by handsome office
buildings, and plans are being bid upon
for others.
To give a fair estimate of the buildings
which have been erected since last season
and those now under construction would
require more than a day.
The new seven-story Consolidated build-
ing on East Bay Street has reached the
proposed eight, and the workmen are now
working ol the interior. The Duval build-
ing, corner of Ocean and Bay; the Oov-
ington building, corner of Bay and Market;
the L'Engie, on East Bay, between Ocean
and Main Streets, all completed, and the
McLaurin building on East Bay Street, be-
tween Newnan and Market Streets; the
Realty Title and Trust Company's build-
ing, corner of Newnan and Forsyth Streets,
and many others yet uncompleted gives a
fair idea of what is being done.
Besides the buildings mentioned, the
three-story Industrial Record building, cor-
ner Bay and Newnan Streets, is an im-
portant factor.
The proposed addition to the Westmore-
land Hotel and the erection of the six-
story office building for Hon. Telfair Stock-
ton will greatly add to the beauty of the
city.
Ilhy other office buildings are promised
for the near future, which will surprise
those who have not been daily observants
of Jacksonville's growth.


Advance is Made in lTAmber Prices,


RAIN HURTS COTTON.
From the report of the Weather Bureau,
there appears to be but little improvement
in the condition of the cotton crop. The
weather has been against a fair field of
the staple in this State, and particularly
against the Sea Island variety. The re-
ports to the Weather Bureau here tell of
the conditions. The reports are as follows:
Atlas, Alachua-Plenty of rain first of
week; cotton about all open, but picking
delayed on account of rain; about two-
thirds of a crop this year.
Hilliard, Nassau-Good rain last of week
was much needed; crops looking well; some
peanuts being dug, fair yield.
Jasper, Hamilton-Cotton does not aver-
age more than half a crop in this voconity,
although some farmers report two-thirds
crop. -,
Jennings, Hamilton-Corn being har-
vested; no improvement in cotton crop,
about four-fifths open; heavy rain on 29th.
Johnstown, Bradford-Cotton crop short
-is being picked; corn being gathered, and
sweet potatoes dug; cane going nicely;
hogs turned on peanuts.
a Crbsse, Alachua-Too wet for gather-
ing cotton; caterpillars cleaning up cotton
rapidly; indications still point to a very
small cotton rcop, sweet potatoes and
corn are fine.
Iake City, Columbia-Two or three bad
days on cotton and picking; the crop will
practically be gathered when picked over
once more.
ancaster, Suwannee-First two days of
this week dear, Wednesday cloudy and
misty, Thursday steady rai; cotton pick-
ing greatly behind; labor scarce; all cot-
ton badly damaged; sweet potatoes, sugar
cane and fall. gardens doing well.
Newberry, Alachua-Weather continues
bad for gathering cotton, will be about
two-thirds crop; sugar cane, velvet beans
and fweet-potatoes doing well; or nerop
housed, and is above the average.
Newport, Wakulla-Northeast winds
with rains; gardens doing well, but little
work being done; corn crop gathered,
good acreage.
Macclenny, Baker-Continued rain is do-
ing great damage to all crops; sweet
potatoes rotting in the ground; cotton
rusting; hay ruined.
McRae, Clay-A very heavy rain on the
28th; fall crops doing very welL
Middleburg, Clay-Weather fine for all
crops, except cotton; much of the lint
stained; cane and sweet potatoes growing
rapidly; gardens progressing finely.
Montbrook, evy-The week has been dry,
except rain on Wednesday and Thursday;
some gardens have been planted and look
well; some hay still being cut .
Mt. Pleasant, Gad en-Nothing done by
farmers this week, on account of wet
weather; cane, sweet potatoes and gardens
doing nicely.
Pinemount, Suwannee-Cotton crop in
this section is cut off one-third, and per-
haps more; heavy rain the last thirty-
six hours; corn is being housed, but that
on the ground is rotting; field peas are a
failure on account of too much rain; fall
gardens being planted.
Waldo, Alachua-AIl work stopped on
account of rain; hay is ripening in the
field; sweet potatoes are injured.
Wellborn, Suwannee-One heavy rain;
cotton has been, injured somewhat, and
crop will be short; cane is growing nicely;
potatoes doing fairly welL

NAVAL STORES TiHIR FORTUNE
There has been a gathering of naval
stores operators and factors at the Aragon
Hotel recently. They have been meeting
here for many a big deal, which has not
been made public. One man who went
into the business just four years ago with
about $500 sold out here for over $12,000






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The Industrial Trad
S is reported that 0. M Pryor of Pen-
m-eels, and associates will organize
eemasy with $100,000 capital stock to
estabb h furniture factory at Nashville,

The Mau L Mining Co., of Joplin, Mo.,
h been incorporated with 575,000 capital
- te k by T. J. Bingolsky, M. E. Kelly and
EKF. Riagolsky, of Kansas City, Mo.
S T. J. Ringoisky, M. E. Kelly and K. F.
S'mgo1Lky, al of Kansas City, Mo, have
i corporated the Ada B. Miing Co. with
" 00 capital stock at Joplin, Mo.
mberland Cining Co. has been incorpo-
L rated at Joplin, Mo., with 0,000 capital
stock, by T.J. Ringolsky, M. E. Kelly and
L . Ringolaky, all of Kansas City, Mo.
S he UnIted States Oil & Gas Oh., of
S.dalma, Ohio, it is reported has pur-
chased property on which to erect coal
S.tipp It is also proposed to build a
r of barges for the transportation of
Ms pood frm cal mines at Hoden,
w. Va. te Southern makets. About
M W be expended. It is stated
** -"te eumpany will also arrange for
,4eming new mnes
A-
Si reported that the Sloa-heffiield
ied & Ia1 Oo. will begin in the near
1fatus the construction of its popoaed
reMl p which has bee conemplated
S years. Estimates on a plant of
Shracter proposed are said to have
-ben completed. to eost about $1,275,000.
-heM thi plant is built te company will
aW- erect two more iron furnaces to cost
SMW J Maben, president, offices at
sLram Ala.; New York offices at 28
en' street.
t" ter patent were filed in the offe of
'* e derk of the circuit court changing the
SMd Of the Poof-MCKinmmn Company to
Me Atlantic Supply Company.
The Dooly Savings Bank at Vienna, Ga,
1-0a 4$25,000, has been incorporated by
J. 0. Hamilton, id Howell and K. R.

Al. Legler, Baxley, is arranging for the
a ,t of a0c, sae of hardwood
aI agrdultral lands and the establish-
Ngalt oe toweite at Port Alexander, Ga.
t In reported that the Union Bank &
rat Co., of Lexington, Ky., will soon
101 business.
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SIt s reported that B. Jones coutem-
o-rgm d company for the estab-
f t of a Ie plant at Newberry, S.

A wa bank with $60,000 capital is being
iar e iad at MeKinney, Texas, by W. E.
S tewart, vice-president of the Farmers'
% Mderchamts' Bank of Henderson, Texas.
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' A eampsny will be organized with eapi-
Ai i stack of $100,80 to build a cotton fae-
.'.rY of 5,00 spindles at Statesville, N. C.
SThe 8ate Bank of Marshall, Texas, cap-
Il, $50000, has begun business.
The Basake (N. C.) Rapid Power Co.,
-mw operating a water-power electrical
ntatfurnishes 5,000 horse-power to
vel41 its property to the fullest extent. It
~m plates construing a couereae dam
iW- ly aeres the Roanoke river and
g e a power-house to transmit the
e J by electricity at a cost of about
i 0e Engineers are now at work on
the plksand estimates. The company is
ae organizing a company to build a cot-
ton-spinning mill of 50,000 spindles, the
Seapital stock to be $500,000, dad has about
dosed a contract for the establishment of
-a lage paper and pulp mill.
The report of the auditor of Mississippi
Shows that the number of banks have in-
Saerosed in a little over two years from 153
SM4, ile the individual deposits have
During that time 75 per cent.


SNews of the Week,
The Browfleld State Bank of Brown-
field, Texas, has filed its charter; capital
$10,000.
W. H. Whiting has removed his lumber
plant to Abingdon, Va, from Elizabethton,
Ten, and will operate with increased ca-
pacity.
The report the United States Geological
survey shows that for the year 1904 Bal-
timore made the largest proportional gain
in the value of buildings erected. In 1903
there were issued 1,574 permits, represent-
ing a value of $3,327,225, while in 1904,
2,016 permits were issued, representing a
value of $5,842,559. The increase during
the latter year was $2,515,534, or over
75 per cent.
It is estimated that the value of build-
ings now in process of construction in
Charlotte, N. C will reach a total of
$1,000,000.
The Monolith Steel Co., at Alexandria,
Va., has incorporated with $250,000 capi-
tal stock to deal in iron, steel and other
metals.
The Roanoke Water Power Co., which
is developing water power near Boanoke,
Va., will have the plant in operation in
December; it will develop 3,000 horse pow-
er per day of 24 hours, but the company
proposes installing 3,500 home power, as a
great portion of the power will only be
sold for 10-hour day use.
The Third National Bank and the Cen-
tral Bank of Lexington, Ky., will consoli-
date and operate as the Consolidated Bank
& Trust Co., erecting a modern bank build-
ing.
J. W .Meldrum, of Minneola, Fla., has
purchased from P. R. Lester 7,300 acres of
virgin pine timber land in Polk county at
$35,000, and will arrange at once for the
extraction of turpentine and the erection
of modern turpentine plant for distilling
spirits of turpentine.
The stockholders of the American Build-
ing & Loan Association of Moundsville,
W. Va., have voted to increasfthe capital
from $100,000 to $000,000.
The First National Bank of Hominy,
O. T., has been authorized to begin busi-
nes with $25,000 capital.
Rockmart, Ga., contemplates issuing
bonds for the construction of electric light
plant.
L. S. Randolph, C. E, Blacksburg, Va,
has completed plans and specifications for
sewage disposal system for the Chatham
episcopal Institute.
The Bank of Wrens at Wrens, Ga., has
been granted a charter; capital $25,000.
Mr. W .H. Wells, engineer of construe-
tion, Souther Railway, is reported as
saying that the Johnson City Southern
Railway will extend from Johnson City,
Tenn., via Embreeville and Erwin, Tenn.,
and Spruce Pine, N. C., to Marion, N. C., a
total distance of 93 miles, of which 22
miles are in Tennessee and 71 miles in
North Carolina; contracts not yet let.
The Bank of Centerton, at Centerton,
Ark., has filed articles of incorporation;
capital $W5,000.
The North Alabama, Huntsville & Monte
Sano Improvement Co. will, it is reported,
build an electric railroad.
Dallas, Tex., will vote November 14, on
the issuance of $300,000 of bonds for ex-
tending waterworks and $60,000 for street
extensions, previously mentioned.
R. Williams, J. M. Mull, A. C. Avery,
Jr., of Morganton, S. J. Kirkpatrick and S.
S. Kirkpatrick of Jonesboro, Tenn., have
incorporated the Burke Land & Iron Co.,
with an authorized capital stock of $10,-
000, to develop iron, timber and mineral
lands near Morgapton, N. C.


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Propositions That Cannot Last

Great activity in Turpentine and Sawmill Propositions. The good ones
Share becoming scarce. Butohere are two rare ones.
28,000 acres, Hillsborough County, estimated to cut 50 boxes; 3,500 feet
>f mill timber to the acre. Will make 50 barrels of spirits per crop. $4.00 per
acre.
r20,000 acres saw mill timber in Hernando County. Timber will cut 4,000
feet per acre. Four railroads through the tract. $3.15 per acre. Complete
saw mill, capacity 40,000 feet daily, included.
S Operators, ask to be put on our mailing list and keep posted on all prop-
Sositions which are put upon the market.


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S MILLIOUM*DOLLAR FACTORY HOUSE
FOR TAMPA.
The Independent Naval Stores Company
to do a general factorage business at
Tampa, Fla, has been organized with a
capital stock of one million dollars. Mr.
B. F. Bullard, of Savannah, one of the best
S known and most prominent naval stores
men in the South, is the president. Mr.
John H. Powell, of Ocilla, Ga., a large
S operator and banker, and a man of sterling
integrity, will probably be directly in
charge of the business. The organization
I of this corporation is explained in detail
in the following extracts from the appliea-
tion for charter:
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The name of this corporation shall be
S INDEPENDENT NAVAL STORES COM-
S PANY, and its business shall be conducted
in the State of Florida and in other states
S of the United States of America, wherever
necessary or convenient. The principal
S office of said corporation shall be in the
city of Tampa, Hillsboro County, Florida.
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S The general nature of the business to be
transacted by said corporation shall be as
follows: To buy, sell, handle and deal in
for its own account and on commission,
turpentine, rosin, and all kinds of naval
stores; to buy, sell and deal in groceries,
dry goods, hardware, and all kinds of
memrbandise; to cut, fell, work, manufac-
ture, produce, buy, sell and deal in lumber,
timber, doss-ties, shingles, and all articles,
products and by-products manufactured or
derived from timber; to manufacture, pro-
duee, buy, sell and deal in barrels, staves,
headings, stills, supplies and all kinds of
cooperage materials; to lease, hire, own and
Operate lands and timber for naval stores,
Slmber and other purposes, on commission
S/ O otherwise; to act as broker, factor or
agent in the purchase, sale, management
and disposition of real property and-the
products thereof, naval stores, lumber, and
g oods, Ues and merchandise of every
Skind, including groceries, hardware, ma-
chinrey and tools of all kinds; to hold, buy,
own, hire, control, work, develop, sell, con-
S vey, lease, mortgage, pledge, exchange, im-
prove and otherwise deal in and dispose of
real estate and real property, timber lands
and standing timber, and any right, in-
terest or estate therein, or any of them
Without limit as to amount thereof to
roduce, mine, manufacture and deal in
phosphate and petroleum oils, and all the
products ad by-products thereof; to ad-
vance and loan moneys upon securities of
S nd, crop and all iinds of personal pro-
t petty and all commercial paper; to own,
operate, lease, hire, usB and maintain
docks, wharves, elevators, presses, tanks
S an storage facilities of every kind, and
S to receive profits and tolls therefrom; to
own, buy, sell, lease and operate trmways,
railroads and equipment and steamships,
S except as a common carrier; to erect and
maintain tanks and warehouses for the
storage of turpentine, rosin, oils, cotton,
and other products, and to issue storage or
S warehouse receipts against the same; to
sabseribe for, purchase, receive, own and
hold for investment or otherwise, sell, dis-
pose of and make advances upon stocks,
bonds, shares, securities or obligations of
other corporations whatsoever, wherever
located or organized, and while the owner
- or holder of any such stocks, bonds, or
obligations, to exercise all of the rights,
powers and privileges of ownership there-
of, and to exercise all and any voting
powers thereof; to sell, mortgage, sublet,
pledge, hire, lease or convey the property
-of said corporation, or any part thereof,
at will, and to invest the proceeds of the
same at pleasure in such manner as may
S -be determined by the by-laws ;to conduct
S any part of the business, and to have
officers and agenciesand to employ officers
and agents at such places in this State and
other States and in foreign countries as
may be requisite and necessary for the
carrying on of said business and further.
ing -the ends of said corporation, such
necessary to be determined in the discre-
tion and judgment of its Board of Direc-
tors; to borrow money and secure the
same, and moneys otherwise owing by
mortgages, deeds, bonds, notes or other
obligations therefore; to receive payment
capital stock subscribed for in money or
in property, labor or services, at a just


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1


valuation therefore, in the discretion or
judgment of the Board of Directions; to
make contracts of any kind whatsoever
for the furtherance of fts purpose and
business, including agreements or contracts
between the said corporation and individ-
uals or other corporations in any of the
lines of the businesses of this corporation;
to have a lien upon all the shares of any
stockholder who may become indebted to
this corporation, either individually, as
copartner, surety or otherwise, with the
right to sell and dispose of such stock,
or such portions thereof as may be neces-
sary to pay such indebtedness, at either
public or private sale, and upon such
notice and terms as the Board of Direc-
tors may prescribe, and with the further
right to refuse to transfer such stock until
full payment of all such indebtedness and
to make such by-laws in furtherance here-
of as may be deemed best; and to have
and exercise all such powers as may be
necessary or convenient to the several
businesses of said corporation, under the
laws of the State of Florida. The forego-
ing clauses shall be construed as indepen-
dent businesses, objects and powers, and
the enumeration of any specific business
or power shall not be held to limit or
restrict in any manner any other business,
objects or power of this corporation.
m.
The amount of the capital stock of said
corporation shall be one million dollars,
to be divided into ten thousand shares of
the par value of one hundred dollars each.
All or any part of the capital stock of
said corporation may be payable in or
issued or used for the purchase of property,
labor or services at a just valuation there-
of, to be fixed by the Board of Directors
at a meeting to be called for that purpose.
IV.
The term for which said corporation
shall exist shall be ninety- nine years
V.
The businesses of said corporation shall
be conducted by the following officers: A
President, two Vice-Presidents, a Secret-
ary, a Treasurer and a Board of not less
than three or more than thirteen Directors.
The officers of Secretary and Treasurer
may be held by the same person. The
Board of Directors, by resolution passed by
a majority of the whole Board, may desi-
gnate five Directors to constitute an Ex-
ecutive Committee, which Committee, to
the extent and in the manner provided in
said resolution or in the by-laws of said
corporation, shall have and may exercise
the powers of the Board of Directors in
the management of the business and af-
fairs of this corporation, and shall have
the power to authorize the seal of the
corporation to be affixed to all papers
which may require it. The Board of
Directors may appoint subordinate officers
of this corporation, including Assistant
Secretaries and Assistant Treasurers, and
all other officers having such powers, duties
terms of office as may be prescribed by
the by-laws or by their appointment. The
Directors shall be elected by the stock-
holders at each annual meeting. All other
officers of this corporation rall be elected
annually by the Directors. The annual
meetings of this corporation shall be held
on the first Wednesday in November of
each year. The date of the annual meet-
ings may be changed by the by-laws. The
stockholders shall meet on the 8th day of
November, 1905, being the first annual
meeting, at the offices of this corporation
in the city of Tampa, Florida, at 12 o'clock
m., for the purpose of adopting by-laws,
holding first election of officers and com-
pleting the organization of this corpora-
tion. Until the officers elected at the
first election shall be qualified, the busi-
ness of this corporation shall be conducted
by the following officers: B. F. Bullard,
as President; John H. Powell and John KE
Harris, as Vice Presidents; C. R. House,
as Secretary and Treasurer; and D. M.
flynn, W. C. Powell, J. A. Cranford, Jno.
W. West, B. F. Bullard, Jno. EH Powell
and Jno. E. Harris as Directors.

In November a joint meeting of every
Knights of Pythias and Odd Fellows Lodge
in Birmingham, Ala., will be held to de-
cide the question of issuing bonds for a
fraternal hall. It is proposed to issue $25,-
000 of first mortgage and 15,000 of sec-
ond mortgage bonds.


SuwajaeSpring



Ginger



Ale


Bottled from famous Suwanne
Spring water. Cures BRk--ai-
Indigestion and Kidney Troubln
The most refreshing, natural, spark-
ling Ginger Ale known. Bottled and
sold by the Live Oak Bottling Worls,
Live Oak, Fla. For sale by Consoli.
dated Grocery Company, Jackon-
ville, Johnson, King & Co., of Jack-
sonville, and M. Fert's Sen8 3 Co,
Savannah, Ga.


THE DIAMOND.


SWines Liquors and Cigars.

* Agent for th Ste sfta lr Las a esr, a s a-
s owel Wter. We insrant.. an l mniae mnt e by ns f meame. as alMwlese
reme dea I Creme, bottle .... M Diamnod Brad, bottle ........ LO
tIhi ra -fr, n. Iw Cli.] Heart Brand, bttle .......... .M
o. C. Brand, bottle ........ 1M Spd Br battle ..........
Club Brand, bottle ........... 1 Pmium Brad, bottle ........

MYERSON CO.,
* 10S a IV West Bs SI. 39 m. # L
JACKSONVILLE. FLA.
*osei..oiiioliioieoe .... e"

0JB1PH D. WEED. H. D. WEED. W. ,LX SOw


J. D. WEED &CO.,
SAVANWWIA. GORSA.

Wholesale Hardware,

Bar, Hoop and Band Iron.
MAKE A SPECIALTY Op


Turpnftine Tools, Glue, Battings, Et.


Turpentird


g Cups

SIf yua expect to me tMh22M _4
next seson, planes yewro amn
future delivery. Pries aud 4*I &--o
tiu cheerfully funishd a
Cups, Gutters -
und al U ToeO
wUed n the Hart7y sstes of tirnp

C-hattanooga Potter
Cimpuy, "
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You Want a Turpentine Location?
You Want a Sawmill Lcation?
You Want any Kind of Florida Land?
You Mean Business?
'IF Can on Wr Wrif t

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OCALA. LORLsDA.
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Among the Me


Mr. F. J. O'Hara of Satsuma is at the
Aragon Hotel. Mr. O'Hara is one of the
most progressive, as well as one of the
most successful sawmill men in the State.
He is among those who have accepted the
opportunities which this State offered, and
who have profited by good judgment. Mr.
OHar believes that this is the most pros-
perous State in the country and that pros-
perity will continue for many years to come,
no matter what occurs in the big commer-
ial centers. Florida, he says, is going
right ahead, aqd there are abundant re-
sourees here to push the State to the front.

Mr. J. F. Smith of DeLoach & Smith,
prominent operators of Bordenville, was
ameig the naval stores mpen registered at
the Arago. yesterday.

Mr. Allen Campbell, a leading operator
of Durbin, Fla., was in the city this week.

Mr. D. J. Perry, of Bordenville, Fla., was
lrte e ty a few days ago.

Mr. H. B. Foye, Jr., district manager of
4he Cooperage Company of Leesburg, Fla.,
has been in the city for a few days and is
Guest of the Windsor Hotel

Mr. Alexander McKenzie, who registers
from Mat, N. C, isn the city. A few
year ago Mr. McKenzie was a resident of
Cay County and was in the turpentine
amsiness. He sold out and went to Nortn
arolina, but stated yesterday that he had
omejmiek to Florida to live and.that he
Would live here to the end. He believes
-that this State holds out great opportun-
iis to the investor as well as to the Ia-


Mr. J. S. Smith, a popular naval stores
pator, of Waller, Fla., was in Jackson-
ve yesterday.

Mr. J. P. Muslewhite, who is exten-
sively engaged in the manufacture of na-
val stores and residing at Orlando, Fla.,
was in the city a few days this week.

Mr. A. L. Will, of Dupont, Fla., a
leading operator of that section, was in
town Wedneday as a guest of the Duval
lotel.

Ml. Walter F. Cbhebman leaves to-mor-
ow -tr New erk City, where he will
me4 is family.

At the Aragon Hotel yesterday there ar-
rived Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Covington, who
have just returned from their wedding trip.
They have been at New York for the past
four weeks, and came home on the Clyde
line steamer Arapahoe. At the Aragon
yesterday and last night they met many
of their Jacksonville friends who called to
welcome them home, and to express wishes
and congratulations, which were much ap-
preeited. Mr. gnd Mrs. Covington state
that they have had a delightful honey-
,mooa, aad that they will be at the Aragon
lor the next several weeks. After leaving
the Aragon they will go to housekeeping.
.loth Mr. and Mrs. Covington have a great
many sincere and loyal. friends in Jack-
sonville, who were delighted to welcome
;tem home

Mr. S. .all, of Ocala, Fla., one of
Athe most progressive naval stores opera-
4tors of the State, has been in the city for
Ia few days.

Mr. 8. A. awls of the W. J. Hillman
Company, convict lessees, has been in Jack-
sonville a few days as a guest of the
Aragon.

Mr. G. F. Tyler, a leading operator of
Bostwiek, Fla., spent yesterday in the city.
Mr. J. W. Ward, Jr., a progressive naval
stores manufacturer of Floral City was
in the, city yesterday as a guest of the
SaBti. -


L uI me A rc .o

Mr. and Mrs. H. A. McEachern are ex-
pected in the city this week. They have
been spending about four months in Geor-
gia for the benefit of Mr. McEachern's
health.
Mr. C. E. Dunham, the extensive sawmill
man of Johnston, Fla., is at the Windsor.
Mr. P. A. Roberteon, of Green Cove
Springs, spent a few days in town this
week.
Mr. A. T. Squires, of Omega, is in the
city and is a guest of the Aragon Hotel.
Mr. Squires is among the many Michigand-
ers who came here several years ago and
invested in timbered lands. The result
may be imagined by any one of those who
are posted on lands in this State. Mr.
Squires has made, thousands off his pur-
chases in the several counties in the State,
and especially in Taylor County, where he
has a tract of at least 50,000 acres, which
he purchased for $4 per acre. The tract
would sell to-day for $10 an acre without
the commission of the real estate man.
Mr. Goss Mattox, of Orange Park, Fla.,
was idn the city last Tuesday.
Mr. C. M. Colgan, the well known naval
stores operator of Waverly, Ga., was in
the city this week a guest of the Duval.
Among the prominent naval stores ope-
rators who were at the Aragon Hotel yes-
terday, was Mr. A. G. McLeod, of Richland,
Fla., who came to the city to close a big
deal for turpentine land in Pasco county.
"I have been in South Florida for several
years," said Mr. MeLeod to a friend yes-
terday, "and the longer I stay the better
I like It We are growing down that way
and it looks as though there would be a
great rush of people to this end of the
State in the next twelve months."
Mr. Alex Paige, who is engaged in the
manufacturing, of naval stores at Mel-
rose, Fla., was here this week.
Mr. H. McL. Martin, who is with the
Shingler-Cranford Company, of Arcadia,
Fla., is in the city for a few days. Mr.
Martin is a guest of the Aragon Hotel.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Adams of Mt. Dora,
Fla., aie spending several days in Jackson-
ville, and are pleasantly located at the
Windsor.
Mr. B. Drew of Georgia and Florida is at
the Aragon. Mr. Drew has naval stores
interests in both States, and is one of the
most prominent operators. His business
calls him frequently to Jacksonville, and
he is becoming to be looked upon as a
citizen of the metropolis of the State.
Mr. W. D. Cromartie, of Reddick, Fla.,
was among the prominent naval stores
men registered at the Aragon yesterday,
Among the operators from Ocala, who
have been in the city this week may be
mentioned Mr. L. J. Knight and Mr. A. C.
Williams.

Mr. P. L. Sutherland, of the Hillman-
Sutherland Co., returned Tuesday from a
business trip in Georgia.

Mr. J. C. Edwards, a successful operator
of Green Cove Springs, has been in the
city for a few days as a guest of the
Windsor Hotel.
Mr. E. P. Thaggard, secretary of the
Naval Stores Export Company of this
city, has just returned from Baltimore,
Md., where Mrs. Thaggard was recently
taken for treatment at Johns Hopkins hos-
pitaL
Mrs. W. A. Gallaher, one of the vice-
presidents of the Consolidated Grocery
Company, and manager of the Tampa
branch of the company, was registered at
the Duval yesterday.
Maj. T. C. Hall, a well known operator
of Ocala, Fla., was in Jacksonville Wed-
nesday to attend to important naval stores
business.


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JOHN R. YOUNG,
Presmid

J P. .ILLIAMS.
C. W. SAUSSY.
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A. D. COVINGTON,
Viee-Presaitet.


C. S. XLlrS.
P. L SUTHERLAND.
J. B PADGETT.
J. B YOUNG.


BI. L KAYTON,.
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B. F. BULLARD
W. C. POWE.L.
WALTER RAY.
A. D. 00VINGTON.


J. a oBansriT
G. W. DBRN,
RAYMOND CAY.
J. L OONOLY.


Our tanks are well equipped and thoroughly enameled and ane
conveniently situated at the terminals of the S. A. L. and A. 0. L.
Railways. Our charges for storing have been revised.
WRITE EITHER OF THE ABOVE FOR PARTICULARS.



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SEureka Wine and Liquor Co.
The Great Southern Mald Order House.
E aXPaESS PEMPAD. rVLL OVA" LMa1 O M'
Per wowr 01z s .-
Gallon. Qats. Qinrt. cm
* atchett's Private toek .......... .. .. .. ... .s 4. a s.M 41 1 0
Natchett's That's Whiskey ...... ........... 4. 4. 6. .
Natathts Old Rye ...........: .......... ... L. O 4. 10
SBureka N. C. Apple Brandy ........ .... .... 4.5 4. 7. MIM
SN. C. Appl Brandy ........ ......... .. .. S. 4.1
SEureka Malt ........... ......... ..... 4 4. .
Eureka N. C. Peach Brandy .. .. ...... 4.76 4. 7.39 MaIM'
N. C. Peach Brandy ...... .... ...... .. ...5 $.5 4.5 1. '
SEureka N. C. Corn .................. .... .. .5 3.5 4.1 '
SEureka N. C. Corn, XX ....... ..... ........ am L 4.s .I
SEurek N. C. Corn, XXX .................. 7.16 .1 4.5 i
Stureka N. C. Corn. XXXX .............. .. S. 3.5 ?A.
Old Crow Bourbon ................ .. ...... 4.3 43. 6. L m '
aNermltaee Rye .. .. ................ .... 6. 4.3 6.5
Bunny Brook Rye ........ ......... ..3 3. L U '
Bunny Brook Sour Mah .................. .. L.S SL. U.30
* Echo Spring .............................. 4.0 4. 6. 3,
Stlk Velvet ............. .. ....... .. .. 5. 5.s T.8 3
Oak and ................. ................ L. 4. se aU
GIn r7OM 52.50 TO $5.30 PRILeGALLON. DEIJVEIE~/
Save twelve labels of Hatchet's Private Stock and secure a bptte fre
Save twelve labels of Hahet t's Old Rye and secure a bottle Sme
SSDave twelve labels of Hatchett' That's Whiskey and seere a btte fre
Bave twelve labels of Eureka N. C. Corn and seeure a bottle tre. Sa*
twelve labels of Eureka N. C. Apple Brandy and secure one bottle ree. SEa
twelve labels of Eureka Malt and secure one bottle free. Prices of aO ge8e9s
Sought at company's store are ac per gallon les than when delivered. N
e charge for Jugs, boxes or drayage. Au of my bottles are ful meamse. A .
* standard brands of whiskies sold over my bar at 1e per drink. 1
* We also carry in stock liquors cheaper grades. M
All wines quoted on application. -
* Special prices In large lots, peeked any sies desred. LXmaes for saW
Satisfaction guaranteed or money refunded.
SEUVREKA WINE AND LIQUVO COMPANY.
2 AU W T BT BAY TR ENT, JACKSONVYILA PFUMa .
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ms.atm. a a Im--pectie ef YAe
Pl n Lumbe.
RULIX&
Approved in comaf nce of commit
e ro The Georgia later-State Saw Mi
or Aia- otio. Samth Carolina Lumber Ai
eiateac-, New York Lumber Trade Asm
O. eil of New York City, Yellow Ps
- W ge of New York City, The Lumbe
Smmy, Excrhane of Phladelphis, T
a'1 ber Exebhage of Baltimore, d., D
0 0Wmber 10, 1L.
-"g GK RAL gULX&"
SAl lumber must be sound, conumerci
Is leat yellow pine (pine ambinis
Scoarse knots, with cars ,
Moead under these rules), w a mW
V- o aud, full to sine and saw butted, a
sh be fr from the following defeeb
SIUnsomd, looe and hoBow knots, wor
holes and knot holes, through shakes
ri d shakes that show on surface; as
ha be square edge, unless otbrwi
A through shake is hereby dned
be through or connected from side to sid
Sed to edge, or side toedg.
; nl the measurement of dressed lmb
She width sad thickness of the lub
6 ore dressing must be taken--less t
i lash thick hall be measured a a
The measurement of wane sall alwa;
V -pp to lumber in the rough.
I" "'Were terms on-half and thirds ha
-re used they shall be constraed as i
iorring to the area of the face on wi
--- the drinsldg of lumber, when
i nerwise sp eifed, one-eighth inch as8
be taken of by each planer et.

CLA881FICATION.
F' l ing shall emabrae four, v aV
'rx quarter iChes in tickets by tho
ar example irx 4. 6 ad ;%,i -1,
m-d 6; l%x, 4 and I.
Boards shall embrace all thiekem
u sade oe anad a half inches by over i
o reis wide. For example: %, 1,1% a
-1% idhes tMick by ovr lsx imbee wi
^ ,; lank. *
SPak shall embraee all dias from a
S d m-h-alf to under six inches in thi
a b six Inches sad over in width.
*imn ple: 1%,eM3, 4, S4%, ,
S. by 6 and over in width.
Scautlig.
S a 8 tling shah embrace al sims eze
ag oe and one-half inches ad under
bachs. in thickness, and from two to Ua
lx ieke in width. For example: I
S X2, 24 a,3, 3ax, shx, 4x4, d4x

SDi-aen sis shall embrace aln
six lahes aad up in thickness by i
.'bse and up in width. For example:
S, 77, 7x8, si and up
Ste-ppi
nph I -..a, embrace ae to to wo
a erf h eus in thickness by seven ind
Sal up in width. For example: 1, 1
1%, 2 and 2%x7 and up in width.
Reuh Zip or Faitc.
Bough Edge or Flitch *hall embrace
S.ms oue iae sad up in thickness by ei
tlaJ and up in width, sawed on t
Sddes only. For example 1, 1% 2, 3, 4 a
S a thick by eig inches.and up wi
sawed on two sides only.
INSPtCTION.
t Standar.
All lumber shall be sound, sap no obj
ti s Wane may be allowed onaeighth
the width of the piece measured aer
fce of wane, extending one-fourth of
Length on one crner, or its equivalent
two or more owners, provided that
over 10 per et. of the pieces of say
sine shall show sh wane.
Merchantable.
AI sims under nine inches shall s
sme heart entire length on bne si
sines nine inches sad over shall sl
.ome heart the entire length on two
-agit sides. Wae may be allowed
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= WHISKIES
k- GINS AND RUMS
or FROM
S$1.50 to $5.00 per Gallon
......AGENCY OBR......
- Lewis 1866 and Mount Vernon
ar Pure Rye Whiskies.
a, Controllers Blum's Monogram and Syl-
ad van Rye-Agents for Jungst Cincin-
nati and Pabst Milwaukee Beers.
Prices on application.
ix CHAS. BLUM & CO.
m 517 anrd 519 WEST BAY STREET.
JACKSONVILLe, PLA.
ad
s, Lombard Iron Works

a and Supply Company
0lt BUILDERS AND DEALS IN
wo
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ee-
- ENGINES, BOILERS.
the Cotton, Saw, FortUilm, Oil ad lee Ns-
not
m Capacity for 200 Hands.
Machine Tools, Wood-Working Machalau,
Shafting. Pulley, Hange, laethWer e
_ow Rubber Belting and Hoe, Railroad and
de; Mill Supplies and Tools.
low Plans end estimates furnished for Power
so- tas and Steel Bridges.
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aeros face of wane and es:mHdig oe-
fourth of the length of the piece n oe
corner or its equivalent on two or mre
orner; provided that not over 10 per cet
of the pieces of any one sHe shall how
such wane.
Prime.
Flooring than show one hear face, free
from through or round shakes or knots
exceeding one inch in diameter, or more
than four in a board on the face side.
Boards seven inches and under wide
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 sides, all free from round or
through shakes, large or unsound knots.
Planks seven 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
umnound knots.
Dimension Sizes.-All square 1 umber
shall show two-thirds heart on two sides,
and not less than one-half heart on other
two sides. Other sizes shall show two-
thirds heart on face and show heart two-
thirds of length on edges, excepting when
the width exceeds the thickness by three
inches or over, then it shall show heart
on the edge for one-half the length.
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 fitch 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 be allowed as
on merchantable quality.

Cay, Shine & McCall
FI -NSURANHCl


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SJ. A. Craig Bro.

0 239 W. B3y Street EVERETT BLOCK.

r~ ,eders in Men's and Boys' Fine Cloth-
ilng and Up-to-Date Furnishings.

Agents for Dunlap and Stetson Hats; largest stock in the C0
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THE BOND & BOURS C0.
WIOLErSAL= f RETAIL

HARD WA R

SASH, DOORS, BLINDS, PAINTS.
Oils, Glass, Stoves, Tinware, Country Holloware.
o WrtAr MAr STRET. JACKsONVuIL. VIA.
WILLIAM A. SOURS JAMES 0. DAMn


WILLIAM A. BOURS & COMPANY
TM OLtar ESTAuur e oIU SEB MOUE IM TUE STATE.

Hay, Grain, Feed, Garden
Seeds, Poutry Suplies, lour,
Grits, Meal and Fertilizers.
OUR MOTTO: Prempt Sipmeat, ReUsle Gees. Cftaless r
206 EAST BAY ST., JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

rollll s .iel I@ IIl $ IlleOt II seal l Ol
Jon K. Yo ng. J. W. Mott, C. B. Pirker, JaIUs MONati W. Wl. d er
Present. Vice-Pres. Vie-Prs. Vloe-Pres. 8. TreIs.



John R. Young Co.,


Commission
4
: Merchants.


Naval Stores factors. Wholesale Grocers.

SavaTnoeh A Brunswics. Ga.
1


Florida Bank and Trust Company
Cataul $1.000,000.00. Jalcksnvrlle. Fi.
DEnPOSITAY OF STATE. COVNTY AnD CITY FVUm
W. P. COACHMAN Preenat. W. S. JENNINGS. Vice Preiden.L
W. A. REDDING. hr. ARTHUR FP. PElBT, Vice Preslk&
F. P. r ,LEam, Jr, Trust oaoor
Receives deposit accounts of individu, rm oorportions uadbuk. P 4 PVr
Scent on saving deposits. Bents safe deposit boxes. Buya &ad sel fft&. "chchnge a
ssanes letters of ares.
Asts as trustee, transer aget reistrar and lal scent for eporatMas a
manieinatles. Executes all trusts saoh as ezecutor, ta se m ner wil r appoa
of court and receiver.
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The Southern Fuel & Supply Co.

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FBJiM Tri l faoM THE FPD-
MRAL FOREST BESXRVE&

'Mhe Freter Prmepas Plrns for Lumber-
ing.
S The new rule for the national forest
. rM es, announced by the Secretary of
Sr- Alelture on July 1, were made to give
- hMr me of the reserves to the residents
Soft the States in which they are situated.
-perisne has already shown that they
" welcomed.
SThe West understands what this means
S-atter than does the East. From the first
Sthe Eak bas believed in the reserves and
declared that there ebuld not be too many
Sof tlm; but in the West the first
e_ ,eet of their proclamation was wide-
Spread alarm. It was feared that the
i'trerves would check the development of
' i" rl ou, would burden neighboring eom-
S t."P with taxes, and would prevent the
Stealing for local needs of the timber which
Im sow at hand. Both in the East and
-ks the West the wrong idea prevailed
j at a reserved forest was not for use.
SA forest reserve is meant to yield up
t wealth as a farm does, or a stream
k t.ml the whelIs of many mill. In
lg run it should oth guard and in-
,tesa the resources of the country in
oU r it lies.
-.' amer creation of forest reserves
oa t provision for their administration,
Ss therefore both ineffectual and annoy-
f to local interest dependent upon their
-iv orees. Consequently the Secretary of
Interior, ii 1896, requested the Na-
lbs-l Academy of Sciences to recommend
natilonalJ forest policy. This resulted in
~l e ar c of the act of June 4, 1807,
|ier which, with several subsequent
orestreserves are now ad-
tk..thry that the management of
1 p*- of forests, was chiefly involved,
h r vet the Secretary of the Inter-
tai -sty over the reserves, and pro-
ea that their surveying, mapping, and
a ad aiftion should be done onby
United State Geologial Survey, and
x eacutlon of administrative work by
SGeneral Land Office.
S. result was not satisfactory. The
and complex problems arising
*e the nees asry use of forest and range
e dmmaded theinroduction of scientific
thetoeds and a technically trained force,
dekd not be provided under the
tvlonigw sstinl. The advice and services
St1 Burean of Foretry were found ne-
aaryo, bat, under the law, could be but
'erfe4tly utilized. The necessty of
a d tri iig the various branches of Gov-
forest work became apparent and
Ws rged upo Congress by the President
SaA the executive officers concerned.
,the at of February 1, 196, trans-
to the Secretary of Agriculture en-
eff Jurisdiction over the forest reserves
aBt in matters of surveying and pas-
M of title.
Lentic forestry means wise use-not
h locking up of forest wealth, but putting
L to profit under well known laws which
rol the right utilization of the forest.
A is just because a second crop is desir-
that the first crop calls for the forest-
ax, and the forester's skill is again
in the reservation of seed trees and,
erve ea, in protection from fire.
-0 when the reserves were transferred
Sthe care of the Forest Service, in the
eparit-met of Agriculture, work was at
amh begun to bring the forests into larger
me, to develop their recourees both for
r e needs of settlers and for the good of
te forest itself. The office was moved
-barer to the applicant; that is, more
Sthosrity was given to the forest officers
'-.4 the reserves, so that settlers entitled to
S'hBw free use of timber, as well as those
.: ki g to purchase timber in small quan-
St mig, ht be served on the upot, with-
. t delay. Whenever timber is wanted on
J larger scale, experts are assigned to re-
; -lrt Oa the advisibility of a sale, and where
''Irg transactions are in due course com-
. pleted the timber is removed under con-
tracts which provide for a second crop by
fixng a diameter limit, by careful logging
methods, and by burning the slash to
pmvent fires. Twenty-two Forest Assis-
Sassigned as technical assistants to
J' 5,uu supervisors, are at present engaged
Go O WA 9, working fplau Forest


Inspectors inspect and report upon all the
work done on the reserves.
Besides these technically trained forest-
ers there are also employed forest super-
visors, rangers, and guards. To these men
is given general administration and care
of the reserves. They must know their
regions, be familiar with local conditions,
and combine good secene, independence,
and the physical, mental, and moral quali-
ties which make good woodsmen.
The Secretary of Agriculture has, under
the law, discretion to allow or refuse free
use of forest reserve timber and stone by
"bona fide settlers, miners, residents, and
prospectors.' This free use is intended
merely to provide for the immediate needs
of the individual himself, not to permit
him to cut timber for sale to others. Free
use is expressly refused to sawmill pro-
prietors, owners of large establishments
or commercial enterprises, and companies
and corporations. The free-use privilege is
also refused to any trespasser.
Under the present scheme of adminis-
tration all timber on forest reserves which
can be cut safely and for which there is
actual need is for sale. Applications to
purchase are invited. Green timber may
be sold except where its removal makes
a second crop doubtful, reduces the timber
supply below the point of safety, or in-
juries the streams. All deed timber is
for sale.
There are three Classes of timber sales.
Setting aside California, where every sale
of any class of timber must be advertised
for 60 days, the classes are briefly these:
The first includes dead timber worth not
more than $20, on application to a forest
ranger or a deputy forest ranger; the
second, dead and living timber, worth not
more than $100. for which the forest sup-
ervisor's approval must be secured and
the third, timber worth more than $100,
which must be advertised, and can, as a
rule, be approved only by a Forester. All
timber must be paid for, in full or in
installments, before it is cut.
The local officers of the reserves receive
all applications for permission to cut, and
grant permission for small amounts, but
they receive none of the money paid for
timber or for any other use of the reserves.
No one but the Special Fiscal Agent of the
Forest Service, in Washington, D. C., is
authorized to perceive any payments what-
soever. The regulations promulgated by
the Secretary of Agriculture specify that:
"All money, whether payments, deposits,
or settlements, must be sent direct to the
Special Fiscal Agent and not transmitted
through a forest officer. Money must al-
ways be sent by postal money order, ex-
press money order, or national-bank draft
on New York. Other forms of drafts, cash,
checks, or certified checks will not. be
accepted."

VOTED A DEFENSE FUND.
Boston, Oct. 4.-At to-day's session of
the convention of the National Cotton
Spinners' Association it was voted that
hereafter the conventions be held annually
instead of semi-annually.
The convention discussed the matter of
levying a weekly assessment of five cents
for a "defense fund," and on an informal
ballot the proposition received the votes
of the majority of the delegates. It was
decided, however, to refer the matter to
the individual sessions before taking any
definite action.

LUMBERMEN MEET.
Savannah, Ga., Oct. 3.-Fifty lumber-
firms were represented in the sessions of
the Georgia Interstate Sawmill Associa-
tion here today. The coastwise price-list
was advanced $1 per thousand straight
through and the interior list advanced on
planing mill products $2 per thousand.
No. 1 shingles were raised to $3 per thou-
sand and No. 2 shingles to $1.50.
A committee of seven was appointed to
further review the price-list and to report
to the Jacksonville meeting November 21.
The individual report of members showed
that the demand is good and prices rule
above the list. All mills are twenty to
sixty days Ibehind with orders.

The Bank of Lobelville, Tenn., has been
chartered with $10,000 capital.


MERRILL-STEVENS CO.


Boilermaking and Repairing

Still Boilers and Pumps.
SHIP BUILDING and REPAIRING.
Jfu cluonville, Fla.
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FOR SALE.
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, AC221 rA.
C, BUCKMA NO JACKSONVILLE. FLA.


CUMMER LUMBER Co

JACKSONVILLE. FLA.

Rough sss Drs ed LumIe

Long Leaf Yellow Pine.
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Standard Clothing Company



One Price One Price


FASHIONABLE CLOTHIERS AND FURNISHERS,
7 and 19 West Bay Street, Jacksovrvln, PFrhA .
S8teeN rsad 1aw N8ate. Special Attaetmi GOven to all Ordn.
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W'. LIKNOLZ
Predjeat.


J. W WADE,
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Union NaVal Stores Co.
MOrBLE, ALA. PENSACOLA, FLA. NEW ORLE.iANS, LA.

NAVAL STORES FACTORS.
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Supplies for Turpentine Operators.
Can offer at preset quite a large amber of desirable locatim i West t-
ida, Alabama and Mismiipp. Liberal advances made against onsi.dm. Car-
ressedence solicited.
Principal Office: MOBILE, ALABAMA.

H. E. PR'ulittfl- Pres P. IL SUTHERLAND, Vice-Pre. A. D. aOVINGTO, ee'y.
J. P. COUNCIL, Trees and Gea Mgr.

THE OOUNOIL TOOL GO.,
General Office: JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
Factory: WATlAWISW, N. C.
rimuf frers of Hi I 8rade Trw i
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VIRGIN TIMBER.
Several tracts of 10,000 acres to 75,000 acres

FOR SALE QUICK.
nEDRICK'S REAL ESTATE AGENCY,
12 west rwrstf tret. J A MVILE. rI m lM.


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Charleston.-Cotton continues to open
rapidly in all sections, and it opening pre-
maturely over a large portion of the west-
ern half of the 8tate, but there is no per-
eeptible change in thq condition of the
crp or the prospective yield, whih is
smaller in all parts than last year's. The
weather was favorable for picking, though
there was interruption in the east, where
some open cotton was damaged by rain
both this and last week.
Savannah.-Sessonable weather has had
a stimulating effect on retail trade. Col-
letions continue to show improvement,
due to marketing of crops. Cotton during
the week was steady, and the spot market
wa more active than for several. weeks
past. Spinners, however, expect lower
prices. Naval stores and lumber hold their
S rh positions, and an active demand main-
tains the strength of the market.
Augusta.-Wholesale trade is seasonable
and retail is improving. Collections are
fair.
Atlanta.-Jobbers and manufacturers
are very busy. Cotton is being marketed
S rapidly at good prices. Collections are im-
proving.
Jacksonville.-Wholesalers report in-
creasing orders, but retailers complain of
: dullness, and collections are slow. Cotton
picking is nearing completion, and pre-
dietions of a short crop seem confirmed.
The orange crop is estimated at less than
2,000,000 boxes.
Birmingham.-No. 2 southern pig iron
advanced to $12.50. Nearly all the fur-
S nace companies have soldt'heir make for
1906, and a few have sold well into the
S rat quarter of 1906. The big buying
movemnAt which set in a week ago swept
the district with a rush, and within a few
days the sales in Birmingham aggregated
250,00 tons. Sales this week have been in
small lots, but $12.50 has been the price
obtained. Jobbers report business and
collections as good, with a slight improve-
ment over the previous week. Retail trade
continues brisk in al lines.
Montgomery.-Trade in all lines is im-
proving, and collections are Being stimu-
lated by the movement of cotton. In mid-
die and southern Alabama cotton is being
S rapidly marketed, and the general outlook
S for a favorable season is encouraging.
Chattanooga. Trade in lumber and
building material is very active, owing to
increased operations. Demand for labor
is heavy. Groceries and hardware con-
tinue to occupy front rank, and business
compares favorably with last year's. Ool-
lections range from fair to good.
Knoxvlle.-Business is good and collec-
S tions are fair.

TO SZCUR InMIGRANT&S
Capt. John H. Stephens of this city is
an earnest worker for the best interests
of Florida, and usually has something in-
eresting to say in regard to immigration.
S Yesterday he expressed his views to a
Timea-Union reporter as follows:
There is nothing that should so vitally
interest the people of Florida at this time
as that of securing honest, industrious
citizens, who should come to make homes
and aid in upbuilding our schools, churches
and social life.
"In a previous interview I explained
what was thought to be the 4bst method
-of securing such people as we want, and
time only seems to emphasize the impres-
sion; that is, that the State should or-
ganize an immigration bureau, with an
immigration man at its head, not a politi-
cian.
"This organisation should be prepared to
furnish homes on long time, and to assist
Sthe newcomers to make a start, and then
through responsible agents, to personally
carry the proposition to the people wanted
with only such promises as it is ampli
able to perform.
Desirable immigrants may be secured ii
Holland, Sweden, Scotland and Italy, anm
should be brought direct to their home
through a Southern port, after being fullJ
informed as to the social and political con
editions existing here.
"A friend of mine said that he visit(
Ellis Island for the purpose of securing-
ouse-servant, and when the matron u


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Memphis.-Business at wholesale and re-
tail is improving. Collections are slow
to good. Money is easy.
Nashville. Trade with jobbers and
manufacturers is good. Many out-of-town
buyers are in the market, -thus stimulating
trade a good deal, and unusual large bills
were sold. Banks report a good demand
for money. Activity continues in real
estate, and considerable trade is reported
in builders' material
Little Rock.-Wholesale trade shows a
slight decrease compared with last fall.
Collections are reported fair. Cotton is
late and very little is being marketed.
New Orleans.-Retail trade is seasona-
ble and the volume is nearly equal to that
of last year. Jobbers in some lines report
a fair business, while others are doing
comparatively nothing. Collections are
rather good. Some sawmills in the coun-
try have shut down, but a few are work-
ing full time, with a fair demand for their
product. Cotton is not doing well, and the
equinoctial storm now sweeping over this
section will result in the crop being still
further curtailed. Damage is repoidted
from several directions, and as picking was
in full progress, the loss is greater than
if the storm had occurred earlier or a
little later. Only a fair crop is expected.
Sugarcane is in good condition; some of it
has been blown down, but it will right
itself. A good yield has promised. The
fight against yellow fever is relentless, and
the scourge is yielding day by day to the
forces arrayed against it. If the period
of frost is very distant the fever will be
brought to a standstill. In any event
the pestilence is tamed and will no longer
suggest panic and flight. If the reported
discovery of yellow-fever germs proves to
be true, the disease will soon lose its
forte, and commercial quarantine will never
again exist.
Fort Worth.*-Business is improving and
cotton is beginning to move freely. A
better feeling exists. Collections are better
than anticipated, though the cotton crop
is three weeks late.
Dallas.-Jobbing trade in all ines is
fairly active.' Cooler weather has greatly
stimulated retail trade. Collections are
satisfactory. Demand for building mate-
rial is strong and dealers are having diffi-
culty in meeting the wants of their cus-
tomers. Cotton shows some improvement.
Waco.--Cotton is coming in fast The
weather continues favorable for picking.
It is estimated that over one-third of the
crop has been already marketed. A consid-
erable reaction for the better has taken
place in trade. Collections are improving.
-Bradstreet's.


charge of the ward, or section to which he
applied was informed that he lived in
Florida and desired to bring the girl here,
she refused to permit him to disedss the
matter with the girl, saying:: 'We do not
want, nor do we intend to permit any im-
migrants passing through this port to go
South to live.'
"We of the South have prejudices; they
exist everywhere, and we must avoid ev-
erything which would detract from the
plain truth in dealing with immigrants.
"Get the first one thousand,,settled and
satisfied and the work is practically ac-
complished.
"We must soon look to our agricultural
and horticultural resources for the upbuild-
ing of our State, and I repeat, when we
systematically and intelligently apply our-
selves to the problem of development along
these lines Florida is destined o become
one of the richest States in the Union.
"Let us endeavor to reach the people we
want, with only facts, kindness and good
wishes."

CUTTING AFFRAY IN PERRY.
Perry, Oct. 6.-B. J. Allbrittan seriously
cut Ross Worley in front of Boatright'
drug store at 5:30 this afternoon. The
incident was the terminus of an old
grudge. Worley is the largest man in the
county; Allbrittan is about the smallest.
Drs. Rordwell and Jones dressed the
wounds. Allbrittan is under arrest. Wor-
ley is a turpentine operator. Allbrittan is
a cattle owner.


0. A. PeWaEL. CAS. Jr a-r ANADgWSI
pres esst. vic-aes idet ae rs eamr.

a. A. PweIl. Cuas. . urris. 3. A. McMelH .. SerL Cemru f. -. .GS

THE

Southern Drug Manufacturin

Company
CerMa of WMet a s I Madism St.
Jackse vlle, Florda



Wholesale Drugs i Conmissary So
We solicit the Turpentine and Mill Trade and will be glad to 4uote srismcJ
anything in the drug line. We make peked drug. specialty n mw as f
money. Mail orders ar givn prompt attetion.




Standard Naval Stores Co,
JACKSONVILLE


Pays Turpentine Producers

Full Savannah Market


Makes no Charge for CommIsuile Strafe or Imwares

S Tls Beats Saamm so Sip to ,

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CAPITAL STOCK $300,000.00


Jacksonville Naval Stores


Company

JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA


A NEW COMPANY
Will do a general naval stores commission business. We
guarantee Savannah prices upon day of arrival, and to make
prompt return.


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.



Jacksonville Naval Stores Co


Blum Building, Rooms 21-23 Jacbsoville, Fk


D. C. ASHLEY,
J. G. CRANFORD


President. W. P. ROBERTS. V. P. aad Gea. Mr.
J. F. FENDEz C. H. BROWN J. N. H
Vlce-PumnrmIBTe
S. H. BERG, Secretary and Treasurer


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result of his work. If he succeeds ti giv-
ing to the world another variety of cotton
with the advantages which he seeks, it
will be of great benefit to this and other
States in the South. He appears confident
of suens and will make a most exhaus-
tive study of the matter.

NmW SOUTHERN BANK&
Atlanta, Ga.-The Banker' Financing
Co., capital $50,000, has applied for a char-
ter. The incorporators are Asa G. Candler,
H. R. Calloway and J. A. Sasser.
Allendale, 8. C.-The Allendale National
Bank, capital $25,000, will be organized
here by R. H. Walker and associates.
Bowman, S. C.-A commission for a
charter has been issued to the Bank of
Bowman. The corporators named are F.
A. Adden, S. H. West and others. The cap-
ital is to be $10,000.
Birmingham, Ala.-The Southern Trust
Co. has been chartered, with a capital of
$5,000. Incorporators: R. H. Jones, W. B.
Grant and P. L. Hagler.
Bishopville, S. C.-The Farmers' Loan
& Trust Co. has been chartered here by
W. A. James, L. A. Moore, W. R. Kenning-
ton, James W. Davis and C. J. Rollins.
Capital $20,000.
Colbert, L T.-The First National Bank
has been organized with a capital of $25,-
000. The officers are: G. A. Ramsey,
president; A. N. Leecraft, first vice-presi-
dent;C. W. Colfiert, second vice-president;
W. H. MeCarley, cashier.
Cameron, S. C.-The Bank of Cameron
has been chartered with Fred I. Culler,
president; J. P. Dantaler, cashier, and J.
B. White, vice-president. Capital $15,000.
Cave Springs, Ga.-A new bank will be
organized here with the following officers:
W. S. Witham, of Atlanta, president; W.
O. Connor, vice-president; A. M. Tumlin,
cashier. The bank will be capitalized at
$25,000.
Canyon, Tex.-The Canyon National
Bank has been chartered with $30,000 cap-
ital, by I. L Hunt, R. W. O'Keefe, J. M.
Black, W. C. Baird and C. IR Burrow.
Cordele, Ga.-The Exchange Bank has
been organized here. Officers: J. J. Wil-
liams, president; B. B. Pound, vice-presi-
dent; 8. A. Royal, cashier. The capital
stock is $50.000. The same company will
also have a savings bank, with a capital of
$25,000.
Clinton, S. C.-W. E. Nash, J. S. Craig
and S. H. McGebee have organized a new
bank with $50.000 capitaL
Chico, Tex.-The Merchants & Planters
Bank has been organized with A. B. Ed-
wards, president, and H. F. Hawkins, cash-
ier.
Dudley, Ga.-The Bank of Dudly has ap-
plied for a charter. Capital $25,000.
D'Lo, Miss.-The Bank of D'o has been
organized with a capital of $30,000, and W.
D. Cook, E. G. Ross, W. R. May, J. A.
Kennedy and others, incorporators.
Doerun, Ga.-The People's Bank has been
organized with a capital of $25,000, and
the following officers; W. B. Jones, presi-
dent; Dr. C. B. Harrell, vice-president; W.
H. Allen, cashier.
Eros, La.-The New State Bank has
been organized. Capital $25,000. J. J.
Booles, president; W. G. Collar, vice-pres-
ident; W. H. Allen, cashier.
Fordland, Mo.-The Bank of Fordland,
capital $10,000, has been chartered here by
W. R. Morgan, C. E. Baldwin, J. G. Ott and
others.
Fairfax, Okla.-The First National Bank
capital 25,000, will be organized by Cha.
Pasche and others.
Gordo, Ala.-The Merchants & Farmers'
Bank is being organized;, capital $15,00.
It will commence business October 1.
Gordon, Ga.-A bank has been organized
here with the following officers: W. A.
Jones president; J. W. Brooks, viee-presi-'
dent; directors. W. A. Jones, J. W. Brooks,
D. G. Lee, J. G. Pearson, J. A. McDaniel,
O .W. Home and others. It is proposed to
commence the erection of the bank buila-
ing at once and have the bank in operation
by December 15.
Holcomb, Miss.-The Bank of Holcomb
has been organized with a capital of $100,-
000, and D. L. Holcomb, J. W. Wood, J. S.
Early and others as incorporators.
Huntsville, Ala--Isaac Schiffman and
associates will establish a bank and trust
company here.
Jackson, Miss.-The stockholders of the
Security Savings Bank have decided to


change the name of the institution to the
Security Trust & Banking Company and
to increase the amount of the capital stock
to $200,000.
Lillian, Texas.--The First State Bank of
Lillian, capital $10,000, has been organized.
Directors: L C. Jackson, J. A. Isham, J.
T. Cooper, T. B. Casstevers, all of Lillan;
J. C. Smith. D. F. Griggs, of Venus, Tex.
Mannford, I. T.-Articles of incorpora-
tion have been granted to the Mannford
State Bank, with a capital of $25,000. In-
corporators: W. H. Bartlett, L. E. Lash-
ley and H. E .White.
Marshall, Tex.-The State Bank of Mar-
shall, capital $50,000, has been chartered
by Charles Coob, Jr., John M. Gardner, F.
H. Pendergast, Marion Turney and E S.
Fry of MarshalL
Meherrin, Va.-The Lunenburg & Prince
Edward Bank has been organized here,
with with a dyssAosrlesffiewbmbCfl 4ffl
wtih a capital of $12,000. T. K. Sands of
Richmond, is president; W. C. Winn, first
vice-president; H. B. Miller, second vice-
president and E. T. Yeaman, cashier. A
new building will be erected and the bank
will begin business November 1.
Milner, Ga.-The Milner Banking Co.
has been organized; capital $15,000. J. 0.
Norris, president; W. G. Tyus, vice-presi-
dent; C. O. Freeman, cashier.
Memphis, Tenn.-The Memphis Savings
Bank, capital $500,000, has been chartered
here by G. W. Macrae, E. L Menager, E.
B .McHenry, John M. Hill and P. J. Mo-
ran.
Millen, Ga.-The Citizens' Bank has been
chartered with a capital of $25,000.
Napton, Mo.-The Napton Stock Bank,
capital $15,000, has been chartered here by
J. W. Clark, J. M. Bramble, O. J. Watts
and others.
Ozark, Ala.-The Dale County Bank of
Ozark has been chartered, with a capital
stock of $50,000. The incorporators are
Webb Ridley, N. F. Chears and others.
Seligman, Mo.-The Bank of Seligman,
capital $10,000, has been chartered. Ineor-
porators: J. C. Fawyer, W. O. Frost.
Geo. H. Schnitaler, Geo. W. Stapleton and
others.
Sparta, Tenn.-The Warren National
Bank has been authorized to begin business
here, with a capital of $50,000. J. T. An-
derson is president. S. S. Dibrell, vice-
president and Chas. N. Cox, cashier.
Swifton, Ark.-The Bank of Swifton has
been incorporated with a capital stock of
$25,000. R. C. Jones is president.
Viola, Tenn.-The Farmers & Merchants
National Bank, capital $12,000, has been
incorporated here, with P. H. Widton,
president, and L. L Ramsey, cashier.
Warrenton, N. C.-The Bank of Warren-
ton is chartered with $30,000 capital, au-
thorized, and $15,000 subscribed, to do a
commercial and savings business. The in-
corporators are Thomas Graham, J. J. Tar-
water and others.
Warren, N. C.-The Bank of Warren has
been organized with a capital of $30,000.
The officers are: Tasker Pope, president;
M. J. Hawkins, vice-president; C. N. Wil-
liams, Jr., cashier; directors, M. J. Haw-
kins, Thomas Gresham, J. M. Coleman, P.
R. Perkinson, C. N. Williams, Jr., and
others. The bank will open for business
November 1.
ROUGH FORAGE IN BEEF XAKIHG.
During the past winter an interesting
experiment with sixty head of beef cattle
was conducted at the Experiment Station.
The twenty cattle fed silage made an
average gain of 1.46 pounds per head per
day; the twenty cattle fed timothy hay,
1.10 pounds per head per day; and the
twenty cattle fed shredded corn stover .97
pound per head per day. There was thus
a difference of one-third to one-half pound
of gain per head per day in favor of the
silage-fed cattle. The silage-fed cattle
finished off the best and showed more qual-
ity than the others, and in any diserim-
inatina market would have brought a con-
siderably higher price. The strong prej-
udice against using silage for the winter
feeding of beef cattle is hard to under-
stand, for it has been fully demonstrated
that silage-fed cattle will kill out quite as
well as the dry-fed cattle, and the meat
is, generally speaking, of a superior qual-
;tv. Whereas. the silage was all eaten up.
13.l of the stover and 4.16 per cent. of
the hay was wasted. The gains show that
the cattle fed were not of a satisfactory
quality. In previous experiments a pound


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of gain haw ben had W;foeumio. 7,.i
of three to fear ouidis'of ain. dl
silage-fed cattle in this toeatm~ d &65
pounds of grain for a poumal 'gain; the --
stover fed cattle 11.18 pounds, or about
twice as much, and the hay-fed cattle
8.99 pounds, or 2.45 pounds more per head
than the silage-fed cattle. With bettw
bred animals fed in previous experime s, -
the average gain per head per day has
often been 2.18 pounds throughout thi ;
six months feeding period, which again
testifies to the unsatisfactory quality of
the animals fed in this test.
The bill now before the Legislatu re -
quires that the manufacturers be required
to place a guaranteed analysis on each
package, as is now done in th e ca of
commercial fertilizers. If, for instance,
he was putting up pure wheat bran he
would be perfectly safe in branding a
each package of 12 per cent. protein; but
if he was offering mixed stuff, he would
probably brand a guarantee of 6 per eenk
protein. In either case he has filled .
the requirements of the law and is free
from any legal restraint in selling his
goods in the markets of the State, pro-
vided his analysis comes up to his g ut
anty. But what better will the ap -.-
mixture be for feeding purposes that
was before it was inspectedT And what
advantage will inspection be to the aver-
age feeder? He goes to his feed dea l
and calls for a ton of wheat bran ad is
given the mixed article. He knows from
past experience that the stuff i of poor
feeding value, but what is he to do? He
is often obliged to take the stuff or do
without.
The same thing applies to cottomseed
meal, or to any other feed that is of
sufficient importance to make it pretabl
for these people to manipulate. The pre-
ent inspection law says that cotton eed
meal shall contain a certain pereentage a
nitrogen, which is a low minimum. Man- -
facturers take advantage of this law and
add enough hulls to the meal to bring ..
the nitrogen down to the lawful allowance.
The percentage of nitrogen contained in -!
cottonseed meal in its pure state, varies
from year to year, depending on the sea-
sons in which the seed grow, mbt proe -
bly the purest seed in the most unfavr-
able times are dp to the legal standard,
so that the manufacturers can nearly aU '-
the time adulterate their meal-to a orb
or less extent. If you wish to test this
matter, take a bag of meal weighing 100
pounds and run it through a sieve (an
ordinary kitchen sifter will do), t0i "
weigh the hulls obtained from this a- "
tion. Sometimes there are not mote tha
three or four pounds of these hulls, but
generally the amount-is as much as six to
eight pounds. One bag weighed by my
son a year or so ago contained seventee
pounds of hulls.
As already stated, a law that only ar
quires that the analysis be branded ea tLhe
package is of little practical good for the
reason that it will be just ad easy to put
inferior mixed goods on the market the
as now. The average buyer of feedstsffe
will not be any wiser for the analysis.
The thing that should be done is to e
quire that every article of feedstuff be sold
in its original or unmixed condition. Do
not allow mixing to any extent what-
ever. Require that wheat bran be purm
wheat bran and not a mixture of rice
bran, rice hulls, corn cobe, wheat straw,
etc., and that cottonseed meal be the pr
article and not an uncertain mixture of
meal, hulls, etc. If the mills get hold of
meal that runs extra high in azlmly .
let them make their price n proporon
to value, and not cut down value to "lt
price. If any prefer to feed rice hulls or
corn cobs, let them do it, but allow them
the privilege of buying them in the pure
state and to do their own mi-xi.
This is a matter that affect nearly
every family in the State, and especially
every one that keeps a cow. If the law
allows adulteration in the commercial
feeds of the country, there is no proteetion
to consumers, and it is with the manufae-
turers as to the extent of the swindle
they will practice on them.
Let every reader of this article withi
the State write at once to his reproseta- -
tive in the legislature and urge him to
vote for the pure-food bill, and ask him '
to see to it that no mixed feeds be al-
lowed sold. Do this at onee, a time i
short.


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Review of Naval Stores for a Week.
:UKxU I mKn AND ROSI. Spirits for the Week at Savannah.
A renewal of the upward movement Price Rcpts Sales Exp 1904
of prices in the spirits of turpentine move- Mon. Oct. 2... 6% 7 9052%
meat was in evidence yesterday. The Tues. Oct. 3...67 5 415 3552%
market opened Arm and unchanged at 67c, Wed. Oct. 4...67 4 163 552%
with sales of 212lesks, and closed firm Thurs. Oct. 5...67% 30 575 15452%
at 67%c, on additional sales of 363 casks.
In the late trading the market was swept Rosin for the Week at Savannah. J
at the losing figure. The demand came Monda Oct. 2 Lat Year
From both foreign and domestic buyers. onday, t. La Yar.
The receipts were very light, 306 casks, WW .................... 5.65 4.7%
Stains approximately twice that amount WG ......... ......... .635 4.60
for the same day of last season. The ship- N .......................90 4.40
mesnts were 154 domestic. M ..................... .*85 4.15
The rosin market opened at unchanged K ...................... 4.75 3.65
p d from the dose of the previous day. ................... 4.75 2.85
a d with sales of 1,251 barrels, and closed H-* ................. 4.665/ 2.75
stm and uncanged, without additional .................... 4.60 2.67%
Maes. In the late trading the greater part E ............... 4.30 2.57%
St the offerings went at straight quota- D ....................30 25%
tisms, though one sale was reported at an A ............ ......3.90 2.47%
advance of ce on E, N, W. G. and W. W. CBA ., r is 1 7, port... 47%
.Th. receipts of this commodity likewise sal 1,867, receipts 1,17, exports ,747.
are light, 803 barrels. The shipments
were 50, all foreign. Tuesday, Oct. 3.-Rosin firm; sales,
2,156; receipts, 2,198; shipments 2,200.
8.vaSumah Naval Stores Statement. Quote: A, B, C, $3.80; D, $3.95; E, $4.30;
Spirits. Rosin. F, $4.60; G, $4.65; H $4.67%; I, $4.70; K,
SSports ...................... 500 $4.75; M $4.85; N $4.95; WG, $5.40; WW,
Exports for season ...... 74,158 124,275 $5.65.
last year .............. 46,212 75,150
Omaetwise ............. 154 ...... Wednesday, Oct. 4.-Rosin, firm; sales, ]
O( stwimse for season..... 50,418 25,966 1,633; receipts, 1,506; shipments, 595. I
atyear ............... 61,839 257,940 Quote A, B, C, $3.80; D, $3,95; E, $4.30; ]
ebeipts, Thursday ...... 30 803 F, $4.65; G, $4.65; H, $4.70; I, $4.70; K, i
last year ............... 04 2,148 $4.75; M, $4,8; N, $495; WG, $5.40;
Beeipts since Sept. 1 ... 138,521 376,558 WW, $5.65.
IAst year ...............123,441 359,089
Stoek, Thrsday ........ 19,345 41,652 Thursday, Oct. 5.-Rosin, firm; sales
Last yer .................... 21,885 70,549 1,251; receipts 803; shipments 500. Quote


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A, B, C, $3.80; D, $3.95; E, $4.30; F, $4.65;
, $4.66; H, $4.70; I, $4.70; K, $4.75; M,
4.85; N, $4.95; WG, $5.40; WW, $5.66.
Turpentine at London.
1905 1904 1903 1902
Itock Sept. 16.29,375a 18,513 24,391
)el this wk... 1,372b 1,850 2,024
iince Jan. 1...56,834 65,796 65,560
'rice, Sept 16.46-9 30-3 44 34-10%
Nov.-Dec. ....46-9 39-3 44-3 35
ran.-April ...47-9 40-3 45-1% 36
savannahh .....62e 52c 56%c46c
(a) includes 1,612 French.
(b) includes 179 French.
Reported by James Wa'tt & Son.
Bailey & Montgomery.
New York, Oct. 4, 1905.
Spirits Turpentine-Stock 1,560 barrels-
The market during the week has been
rery steady, with an upward tendency.
Business has been 'fair.
thursday, September 28th........ 68%c
Friday, September 29th........... 68%e
Saturday, September 30th........ 69
Monday, October 2d.............. 60e
Tuesday, October 3d............. 69%e
Wednesday, October 4th.......... 70c
Rosin-Stock 25,100 barrels-
This market has held very firm all the
week. Prices show some advance.
AC ....................... $3.9o-44.00
D ....................... 430
E ........................ 4.70
F ......................... 4.90- 5.00
G ......................... 4.95- 5.06
H ........................ 5.00- 5.10
S ................ ......... 5.00- 5.10
K ........................ 5.10- 5.15
M ........... ... ... .. 5.25
N ........................ 5.30
WG ....................... 5.70
WW ...................... 6.00


Sarmv as Lumber MaWt.
Lumber. Steam Sah.
Thursday .......... 143,781 ......
Week .............. 723,81 857,115
Month .............. 723,861 8657
Since Sept. 1, 1905..39,96458 341883,S
Where Shipped-
Foreign ........... 2,933,434 357,7
Baltimore .......... 8,770,423 3,429
Philadelphia ....... 4,57,334 560,743
New York ......... 21,00,10 12,4068,
Boston ............ 3,079,13 5,0,71
Other ports ......... ...... 6,4918
PHOSPHATE SHIEpNETS.
Punta Gorda, Oct. 4.-Peace river phe-
phate rock exported through this port thu
Shipments during September were 23,
tons on the steamship Mae, September 9,
for Cartaret, N. J, 1,745 tons on the
schooner Edith G. Folwell, September 18,
for Baltimore.
TO EXTEND TO VIDAUA OR
HIGGSTON.
Swainsboro, Ga., Oct. 4.-It isg
rumored that the Midville and Swin-
boro Railroad, which is now connected with
the Augusta and Gulf at Midville, making
a through line from here to Augs via
Keysville, on the Augusta WSoute
on the Seabord Air Line.
Mr. Allen Jones of Midville, who is the
president and promoter of the enterp e,
at once be extended to Vidalia or Higta,
says that work will begin at an eady dat.
There is already a line to Pendleton Crr,
that between Montgomery amd lZmsr i
Counties, which is more than half the wi
to Vidalia. This has been used as a ig
going road for sawmill purposes, but with
a little improvement woald be fitted for
service as a passenger road. From prea-t
prospects Swainsboro will soon have .a
railroad reaching in almost *very direetso


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fP onsewee. 0 cents alie.
For two weeks 35 centsa line.
FPor tae wehrr SO oent a liue.
For tour wsk. - 65 cents a Ue.
Sin words of ordlmary length make one lie.
Uhndr C ts astwo hlne.
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'A irst-dase turpentine woodsman, one Experienced turpentine man wants po-
'-whor a move twenty or fifty good hands. sition as manager of turpentine place.
-Use price to the right man. J. A. Ewing, Beat of references. Address R. E., Box
mberto, Miss. 487, St. Petersburg, Fla. 4t
Wasted. Help Sapplled.
To correspond with manufacturers of Florida Help Supply Company is now
iprtlne cups exclusively of the Herty fully organized, incorporated and ready for
,,-I- or Herty patent. Address G. W. business, with headquarters Room 20, Liv-
--, Waysroes, Ga. tf ingston Bldg, Main and Forsyth Streets,
Jacksonville. We supply Saw Mill, Tur-
rT SaMe. pentine, Quarry and Railroad hands, Ger-
Turpetine location, with 12% crops in man Cooks and House Servants to any
spartiom; located at Greggs, Ga., on and all points in the South. Correspond-
so. Ga. & W. C. Railway. Healthy, good ence solicited.
-,rtrs and plenty of labor. Apply to
BOth parib & C., Adel, Ga. Fre Sale.
or Turpentine location, one mile from rail-
For Sue road, healthy country, plenty of round
I ae flor sae the following: One five- timber accessible and good community,
lrs pwwr steam gine, good as new, will furnish schedule on demand for deli-
t fihp O f Aber prsm, very cheap; shaft- very November 15th. Address Operator,
yi', et Addree C. Curtis, Astor, Fla. Ridgeway, Ala.


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JACKSONVILE, FLA.
Open *e Year Round. Opposite Government Building. Most Centrally and Conven.
Itei Locaed. Thorouhly Repaired and Renovated. Newly Furnished and Equipped
library Connected at Popular ries.


HOTEL BARTHOLDI """ert a?"L
F n Madison Square Park. Newly hrnished Throughout. Near
al Big stores ad Plaess of Amnement. Can Pa the Door for al
railroad Station and Steamboat Iandings. Irge Smple Bouo for
Commercial Traveler. Here you fi nd no d sad rmagmiset dao-
rations; no luxurious grandeur; no awe-ispirig rra; -a
elaborate bill of fare, pitted in Frenh; no lerks that wil dl di to
No esploye In any way iattentive.
speak to you.
But just a coy, home-like little hotel that will appeal to the hearts of
those who ae looking for solid comfort. Good, plain American cook-
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PROLIFIC LANDS IN PHOTO Ric
Gainesville, Oct. &-Among the vis
to this city Saturday was Oliver 8
S formerly of Alachua, but for the past
years a resident of Port Rico, where
holds a lucrative and responsible Go,
moat position.
t Mr. Shaw, who was born and reared
Alachua, this county, is now on a vis
bhi parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Sha
that place. In 1898, during the Spa]
American War, he joined the brigi
qrtermaster's department, and wea
.' Port Rico. He became instituted witi
S country, and at the close of the war d
ed to remain there. Having won dis
tion in his duties with the United S,
army, and showing proficiency, he
given a position with the civil Go,
meat, educational department, with i
quarters at San Juan, the capital.
"Porto Rico is a fine country," ren
ed Mr. Shaw, who is very enthusiastic
the prospects of the newly-develope(
land. "There is no soil in the i
superior for the cultivation of sugar ,
toimbao and coffee, and all are impol
rops, with probably a little favor-to a
eane. I recently visited a cane field tw
iles in length, and from ten to to
miles wide, with the plant growing
eight to twelve feet high. The coffee I
also grows and bears prolifiely, whili
= baceo thrives well, and hundreds of I
J" sands of pounds are harvested every y
Mr. Shaw states that the sea island
S ton industry is becoming important oi
island now, and many planters are I
ing their attention to this plant, Be
thousand bales having been gained
season


The First State Bank of Talpa, Ga., has
led its charter; capital $20,000.

THOS. G. HUTCHINSON
UMJW AM ASIKMAN F
PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTS
feem 7, Bard of Trade Idg.
PHems 312 JACKSONVN.M RA.L


MILY 1HITNOERgY
Couaml-ion Merchant.,
Na va Storb & Cotton
iberl adves made against hip-
-o Wal St., Roems 3s-14-15.
IIW YORK C2T.

WM. D. JONES
| 3P2.r ce* SPECIALIST
FAMILY DRUGGIST
107 E. BAY ST.
Mfal Orders solifcted.


H9 RDOUMION.Pres. 11L GAIZZ&AUD CON
W. R. 0W33x. vises-puss.
Commercial Bank,
Statc De"I"toy.
EnANCEm; oal sh.1 Lake QII. Fk
JaClien"vllle, - - floria


ABSTRACTS I


Sthe Title and Tax' Ab traets, _Mp, etc.,
tin- of large tracts in all part of lorida and
states South Georgia, prepared for owners aad
was intending purchaers. Correspodince
rern- solicited.
ead-
rk- REALTY TITLE AID TRUST CO.
over Law Exchange Bldg., Jadekmoville, FI.
1 is-
rorld
e, JOHN W. DODGE,
sugar ATTORNEY AT LAW,
enty rOOMS 4 AND 6, s1 WrST ADAMS ST.
relve JACKapNVILLE. FLA.
from GENERAL PRAcrTCE AMD OPINIONS O TITair .
plant
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turn MANUFACTURER O1


BRIC K.

Capacity of Yard 800,000 Per. Moth
'I01. 0.
FIRE INSURANCE-Lowest rates. Lo-
ren H. Green & Co, 9 and 10 Park Bldg.,
Jacksonville, Fla. 6mo


JOHN S. FRANZ,


Agent


I VEHICLE & HARNESS CO.0
Cfr. riaMeO Cedw Ssn, WJACSA.
Dealers Jn
t Carriages and Wagons 1


Claming 8ud lags NahI 1, Ibid., Spk Ow Elsim Ed.,L
urnrut ad MIf Maruess. Wog..s. bacglss. Smddler7. Na imp 4t@Asb he
Warmas Surres ad mevrytkim kset to a irst-class extaiumosut.
Lea-slet Umbir im MorIas.


Standard Electric Co.,


JACKSONVILLE.


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STampa Hardware Co.

Wholesale
Hardware
Turpentine. Mill and Phosphate Supplies.

SLARGE STOCK COUICIL ANM NIUES BACKS ANM LLE MU MI.
*TAMPA. FLORIDA.




C. H. Margraves Co.,


WHOLESALE GROCERS.
GRAIN, HAY AND IEED.


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&' Rseelremeuta. A rlerlia IVIN for
lrkwkuan


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for
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Prices


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Jacklonvill.e Florida


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property in Duval County. Call and let us explain our methods.
GUARANTY TRUST & SAVINGS COMPANY,
Capital, $o, oo ooo.0
Jams W. Spratt, President. W.M. Bostwick, Jr, Vice-President.
Barlow Barnett, Secretary and Treasurer.
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be North Carolina resorts, giiq pamms
insger Agest, Jacaksmaill, ndiam
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IQUOiS, WINES.
- Mineral Waters.
~ASW ONVILLE, FLORIDA
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In our wholesale department we have the following special "pick-up" bargains in type-
writers:
One new FAY-HOLBS, 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 S ITH-P MIEB, a map at $73.00.
One REMINGTON No. 7, but little used and good a new, $60. Everybody knows the
Remington, the "old reliable."
One SMITH-PRB IKBR, second-hand, but in perfect order, $55.
One FAY-SHOLUB, good as new, a real bargain at $55.
If you want to buy a typewriter and want to save money, buy one of these before they
are gone. Better write quick .
We rent typewriters, too, to responsible parties.


MR. THATO Industrial Record Co. Zwltsate Zar


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ME W YORK COTTON EXCHANGE
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WHOLESALE DEALERS I
Dry Goods, Clothing, Gents Furnishings and Hats.
MAIL ORDERS OIVEN PROMPT ATTENTION
JACKSONVILLE. FLA.


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TIMBER LANDS FOR SALE


Over 100,000 acres, boxed and round timber. Some bargains in Sawmills,
aswmill locations and Turpentine Places. Numerous small tracts from 10
acres up. Good Farms and Country Residences near town and in splendid lo-
esities. 65,000 acres Mimssiippi Delta and hardwood lands. Several choice
residences in the charming town of DeFunisk Springs, Fla. Call or apply for
prices and particulars. Address-


CGAS. F. TURNER, P. 0. lB 115, DeFult Spgs, Fla.


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The Clyde Steamship Company


NEW YORK, CHARLESTON AND FLORIDA LINES
The magnilaent steamships of this line are appointed to sail as follows, calling at
Charleston, S Ca, both ways.


Frm eNw TYa,
(Pir 36 Mrth River.)


rm Jackaville for
STEAMER. Chalestea and New York.


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Saturday, Sept .2,at3:00pm..IROQUOIS.....
..*xONONDAGA
Tuesday, Sept. at 3:00pm. .COMANCHE...
Wedneday, Sept. 7, at3:00pm. .HURON.......
S Friday, Sept. 2, at 3:00pm..APACHE ......
Saturday, Sept. 30, at 3:00pm. .ALGONQUIN..
.. "CHIPPEWA.
Tuesday, Oct. 3, at3:00pm...ARAPAHOE...
Wednesday, Oet. 4,at 3:00pm..IROQUOIS.....
Friday, Oct. *, at3:00pm. .OOMANCHE...
Saturday, Oct. 7,at3:00pm..HURON .....
.." ONONDAGA
Tuesday, Oct.10, at3:00pm..APACHE ......
Wednesday, Oa. 11, at 3:00pm. .ALGONQUIN..
Friday, Oct. 13, at 3:Opm..ARAPAHOE...
Saturday, Ott. 14, at 3:00pm. .IROQUOIS.....
.. xCHIPPEWA.
Tuesday, Oct. 17, at 3:00pm..COMANCHE...
Wednesday, Oct. 18, at 3:00pm. .HURON.......
Friday, Oct. 20at 3:00pm..APACHBE......
S Saturday, Oct. 21, at 3:00pm. .ALGONQUIN..
."xONONDAGA
Tuesday, Oct. 24, at 3:00pm. .ARAPAHOE...
Wednesday, Oct. 2, at 3:00pm. .IROQUOI8.....
Friday, Oct. 27, at 3:00pm. .COMANCHE...
saturday, Oct. 28, at 3:00pm..HURON.......


Thursday,
Saturday,
Sunday,
Monday,
Wednesday,
Thursday,
Saturday,
Sunday,
Monday,
Wednesday,
Thursday,
Saturday,
Sunday,
Monday,
Wednesday,
Thursday,
Saturday,
Sunday,
Monday,
Wednesday,
Thursday,
Saturday,
Sunday,
Monday,
Wedxneday,
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Oct. 1t 8:00nam T. PI IW Preaideat. J. A. G Camuw ? Oin R:s.
T. A. JnwuGwom, hd Vlo-Preiudt J. ~. uTTMI TiT,1 n
Oct. 2,at 9:00am H.L KAr m, Secrery. D. G. WtM.im. .T
Oct. 4,at10:00am -
Oct. 5,at l0:30am
Oct. 7,atll: 130a:
Oct. ,atl2:0n J P. WILLIAMS COMPANY^
Oct. 8, at 12:00n'n W E.
Oct 9, at 1:30pm O m I FI U
Oct. 11,at 5:00am fI f M Fm.
Om. 12, at 1:00pm --a
Oct. 14,at 6:00am asM oe eJVAluMan, omMsU. .
Oct.15, at 7;00am t..h o PNIXCOLX, FLX. I--ames ma
Oct. 16, at 7:30am C W JcKnILL, wLA. COLUI ,
oct. 19, at 9: Naval- Stores Producers ane IvNted to Corrpmo ANir
Oct. 1, at ll:0am X @l llll lllll lll l ll l llll l
)et. 2. at 12:00n'n -


Oct. 23, at 12:30pm
Oct25, at 1:00pm
Oct.26, at 1:00pm
Oct. 28, at 5:30am
Oct.29, at 6:30am
Oct. 30, at 7:30am
Nov. 1,aq 9:00am
Nov. 2,atl0:00am


--Bodto via Bnrm k d Chialesto. xFright nly. --Batom via
Chrleston ---Boston via Charleston and New York. I-To New York direct.
STHE CLYDE NBW ENGLAND AND SOUTHERN LlfES.
birest Service Between Jackonville, Beatm and Providence a al Eastern Points,
Calln at Charleston both Ways.
SKMI-WEEKLY SAILINGS.
Southbound.... ............ .......... .. From Lewis Wharf, Boston.
Northbound ............ .. .... From foot of Catherine Street,.Jacksonville.
CLYDE ST. JOHNS RIVER LINE -
Betwee Jac saville and Sanord.
Stopping at P k Ator, St. Franci, Beresford (DeLand) and intermediate
landing. on St. Johns r.
STEALER "CITY Or JACKSONVILLE"
is appointed to sail as follows: Leave Jacksonville Sundays, Tuesdays and Thursdays
3:30 p m turning, leave Sanford Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays 9:30 a. m.

Leave 3:30p.m........... ........ Jacksonville ................ Arrive :00 m.
' av 8:45p.m................... Palatka ................... Leave 8:00p. m
Leve 39--O.m ..................... Astor ................... Leave 2:30p.m.
Lave 4 :3.m. .................. t. Frncis ................. Leave 1:00p.m.
............................ Beresford (Deland) .............. Leave 12:00noon
Ari 8:30a.m...................... anford ................... Leave 9:30a.m.
Arthv :00 ams ................. Enterprise ................. Leave 10:00a. n
OmMji~r. PASS~NGER AND TICKET OFFICE, 1a W. BAY ST., JACK'VILLE.
r. IBNMONGER, JR., Ast. Gen. Pass. Agent, 12l W. Bay St. Jacksonville, Fla.
W. .. COOPER, JR., Fit. Agt., Jack'ville. C. P. LOVELL Superintendent, Jack'ville.
Foot Hogan Street, Jacksonville.
A. C. HAGGERTY, G. L. P. A., New York. CLYDE MILNE, G. F. A., New York.
T31O. G. EGKR, WM. P. CLYDE & CO,
SGeneral Mager. General Agents,
SCbebron.'h ShibikI 19 State Streeog Now York.


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BOARD OF TRADE BUILDING. 21m 3
.......fINSTAXL&TIAOI.... ..
Electric Wires of Every Desa1cript
Elevators Installed and Repaired. i"
and Fan Work a Specialty.
Electric Fixtures. '
BELL PHONE 1330. JACKSONVILLE.
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Pine Staves
Pulne Stave H


STANDARD SIZES PROMPT SHIPMENT
Se=d me y-er orders fer present or ftire

T. J. WHIrI-ID. Bonifey, .1i


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CAPITAL S300,000 SURPLUS and UNP VIDD) PROFItR W
We imo Tim Cenrtlte o Depot. which draw tsrett rrat ser
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M ario wardae pll ni -ns
DRpINK A BOTTLne OF DELICIOUS AUD PPis









Proved by th higest Amical experts to be the meet hnaMhfti Sold by the JACKSOMVILLZ COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO, f114 Wet*q a*IIII

R. 8. BALL,Pres, H. B. CLAKSON, V:P. and Mgr. H A HQKD. ml 1


Marion Hardware Company-

Hardware, Mill fnd j

Turpentine Supplies


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r Buyers' Directory

If ye. wat anytM g le k
StugM tfU s classified st an
^we~rre te tim firm appearing
sttr M. The Reerd guarantees
a prmpt rOsponse.

ATTORNEYS.
m. W. odf, Jackmonile, Flb.

1 fr l Tu ll hat 1 n.
ACCOUnTAnTS
T. -. wtrias.. Jackonvil, lVa
emil m Z nk, Jeak mvne lbm .
S'rty Trl & S aings Co., Jakacm-
SB lMM Bk' t tear Co, adooille,
dilea dlBankk ot Jacksemwbla
X- AMD C"&XB&

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I* COC-COLA
0 6 TM94l1 OMesCas BodUta Co., Jk-

Sf Mae., J. A", J01sIvtlria h.

Ohiornnr Co, Jedmtonap l
am, motion o., Ca., Jacsanoville, &a.

Ser, a;r X5,N ow York ty.
W* A, ame m
s . ccvOTANiOciA
S aine Thi and Trnt Ooi .


& -ampt Jme, svrill oLba.
_Mu I.IIWTVAI.
DRUOS. *

m Ma stea TDg OCk Jackaoyvile,

'oashroever lrug Co.,' Jaep ,.
Ylk
Y 00DS-WHOLESALL
jbnub.m CIa, The, J..ae.m.v, la.
lqowpwvb & oe., Jadmervilh, rim.
W-ZCTRA SUPPIES. &
()0" jacketvile VPIa.
etrie O.a Jaefsovie, Va.

U.m 0, Jae0oovlf, Fa.
00,E-S a. lb.S c
-.* lea a..-, .AS.IGa

S& Os., Wm. A., JaCksomalills, F


asseom oft WA &apply a0., The Jamk-
1. 0 -' fs '

was: aprmaten Co0., Jackeelte, lb. L

& -'- r., J. A., Ja.kmville, Fla.
oreott a Co., JackonvlflO, Fl.


m & Co.,n Wa. A., Jacksonville, Pl.
0--ismsintew atoemfy Cb., Jaekaoemvlb, Mb
O, c. H., JetidmoVle, Fl.
-Lr Grocery Co, Jacksonville, F
.W i Ofa.., J. P., Baam, m Ga.
S Y0 Ob., John R., Savannah, Ga.
GInHGR ALE.
UL k ttag Works., Lie Oak. Ma
N EAS-WBOLSaALLv
*tAb, P..Wa.& aa.. Jackeavle, Fla
-e d Harne Co.. lacksonvtfle. na
c __HAMWAin Z
8=0 a Bers a.., TV^ Jakasomille, rlb
mi, Iriwardware on, Oals, 71.
Tamps Hardware Co., Tampa, Fla.
Wal& Co., J. D.. Svanamo, Ga.
HAY AID GRAIN.
D-. a .., Wm. A.. Jacksonville, Fa
S5. HALTS.
h* lr., J. A., Jacksonvillm, e.
S astig Co., Jedemwvine, lb


Strrt-Bernstein O, Jaek vila Fla
HOTIK
AragoR, The, JIMeb il
Duval Hotel, Jacksonville, Fla.
Hotel Bartodi, Now York COty.
St. George, Jacksonville, Fla.
Light's Restaurant, Jacksonville, Fla.
HELP SUPPLIED.
Florida Help Supply Co., Jaksonville, Fa.
IBD WORKS.
Lombard Irn Work Supply 0O6, Ak-
MorrlI-Steven CO, Jaemavaille, lh.
Schoaeld' Sos 0s., J. S, iWes., a.
SURArcE.
Prudetial Life. Walter P. Corbett, Mgr,
Jacksonville, Fla.
Coy, Shine a Mcn, Jacksonville, .
reB H. Green & Ca., Jacksonville, Fla.
JEWELERS.
Oneleas & Crosby Co., J Lacksem e, .
Hes S lager, Jacksonvile, NIa.
LIQUORS.
Blum A Co., Cho., JadMck vile, l.
Myeron, Max, Jacksonvle, a.
Alitayer & Flatsa Liquor cO, Masm, Ga
Bureka Saloon, Jaksonville, Fla.
Joseph Zapp & Co, Jaekoville, la.
MXDICINXEM
Speer Medidus COf, COatta noa, Te.
Souithera V--feig O. Jadok rie,

Christie-roover Drin Co., Jaeksoviar
NAPS
Realty Title and Tn t On
MACHD WORKS.
lombard Imr Works a Supply 0a, An-
Sc I.?Sons 00 J. Sm, o1 Ga.
gwtC, Of


Sehodsd'e Son O, J. a., Masn, Ga.
METAL WORKERS
Baker, A., rtm k, Ga.

MILL SP.S.
Manrio Hardware 0, Oa1,4 .
SehoAse's So Co., J. ., MM1o Ga
Tampa Hardware Co., Tamps, Vla.
Weed Co, J. D, Savanah, Ga
WAILS.
Salme Nai Co., New York (oty.
NAVAL STORES.
Baily A Montgomery, New York, N. Y.
Comeolidated Naval Storam Oa., Jkso-

Fla.
Timmona-Blount Oo, Tampa, Fla.
U2io Naval Stoe O, Mbe, Ala.
Williana Co, J. P, Savamah, *Ga.
Wcet-Flybn-Haris Co, Jacksonville, Fa.
Young Co, John B., Sawmsh, Ga.
Jacksonville Naval Store Ca, Jackson
ville, Fla.
NAVAL STORES EaPOR1sxS.
Naval Stores Export Co., Jacknorille, FLi
PAINTS.
Bond & Bomr o., Jacks nville, Fl.
PHOSPHATE SUPPIES.
Marion Hardware o., Coals, Fla
Tampa Hardware Co., Tamp, Fla.
PAPrR.
Florida Paper Co., Jacksonvile, Fla.
PUMPS.
Merrill-Steves OC., JacksonBle, ,l.
Schofielrd' Smon o, J. a., Meason a.
TANK STORAGE.
National Task & Export Oa., Savamah
Gt.
REAL ESTATE.
Brobstom, Fmedig a O., Jadmkavile, I
C. Buckman, Jacksonville, Fla.
Christie, J. D, Jacksonville, Fla.
Livington & Soe, J. ., Ocala. rlaw
Southern Sta.. I d .. Timber O(
Hedrleks Real state Acen y. Jackson
* fflel. ,a.
SAFES.
Diabold Safe and Lock Co., Jaeksovill
SEEDS.
Bousr & Co., Wm. A., Jacksonville, Fla.
SHIP YADS.
Commer lamber Co., Jaskeovills FI
Merrill-Sterv Co., Jaekmmnrill,
S1HOeS-WHOLKSALI
o-viagton a; TIM Jacksoilln Fa.
Joetombenhshn B So, Savannah, Ga.


E LE CT I C
MOTORS
LAMPS an. WINMSS1
FANS

National Electric Co,
3"20 Mas St. JaocsesavWe. nL


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tIr. wjjsRS AMD SUPPLIES.
. C. Davis & C.., Jacksonville, rf..
STK anK S P
Clyd Stemarhip The, New York City.
STOCK BROKERS
Holmes a aO, Samud P, Jacks-onvlle*
TANKS.
Davis a So, 0. XY, Palatka, l
Schoelde ons Co., J. ., Maeon, Oa.
TITLES AID TAX ABSTRACTS.
Realty Title and Trt Co.
luxPum MLA APPARATUS.
Chattanooga Pottery Co, JakMMsomfl, Fla.
lUKPU A.BLus STILLS.



AUKua la VATS.
Davis a So, G. MU, Palath, Fl.
TURP]ETINE TOOLS.
Council Tool Co., Jaeksonvil Fa.
TEHICLES
Vehicle A Haree Co, Jacksonville, Fa.
WATCHES.
Gree(leaf & Crosby Ca., Jacmmovll, li.
Hesa 4 ilager. Jacksonvifle. FIL'
YELLOW PINE LU1BER.
Cmmner buber Co0, Jcksnvilfl ha.
Most Ost Lumber CO., Watertow, Fl


FOR THE


C01MM188ARY MIIi
THE INDUSTRIAL REOORD mw. .
factrae more of them than al the -
ing ad office supply boses in the
combined. 1

COMMISSARY CHECKS
Send all orders for oisary ,
any color,any detina ionr paidded r
loose, Gto the.

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toe tA. (atnembare ein f6a i
OLD MsARP WFI r r AA 1re jQ me 4W
Rye. By the gallon (.0; for Mw q s
$.a express prepakLd
GEO. J. COLEMAN-Paure PtImON Y
2.75; four full quarts a.f, epre 9U0S1 -4
ANVIL R PPure subetaanl Ve Ma
Whiskey. By the gallon IL.S or Ie
quarts 3.. expsar prepaid.
CLIFORD RT -By the galon AM.S;
four full quarts La. express d preai.
OLD KENTUCKY CORN-D4rect emM
Bonded Warehouse; an d 6eo By 0t
anllon .90; tout full quarts U.kL es 0.
prepa kL -
OLD POINTER CLUB CORN-- B .i
and Mellow. BY the gallom .0W. ft -
Squarts $I., express prepadM
We handle all the leading brands of Rye aad Bourbon Whsldde in tkhe Ismtn
and will sre you fom a to a per ent on your purchases. eond for price ftt -a
eataloue. ailed tree upon application
The Altmayer Lk Flta l Liquor Compq.nyo.,
MACOM. GA. ANMD BIRJmIIGAM. ALA.




DIAMONDS AND WATCHES

We smply ask a call. We ca s8aw ye at correct mar moe or
sarvin prices, may papers of loose pare wrLte, perfect
DIAMONDS. It is Oer desire to cOaMffe beft tde ta rgest
D' Damd dealers IN Jacksemrflae, ad er specialty Is Mlme r-e- '
car gens and hige-grade Waltham amnd ela9 Watces.

HESS UCO A SL iD Watches, Jeweliy,
IE OLA ll 11-13 aSL., 331 t.y,, JuluIIhm Fla.'




M. A. Baker,
IMVCNTOR AM MANUFACTURER OF THE


Baker Improved

Seamless Turpen

tine Stills.
Write me for prices and eufl s
F.O. B. any point in Georgia. Fier-
M. Albrm or MslsliPPL. All
tills old under guara*nteM.
JOB WORK
ThresS ie Csmtry a Speciny.
The Larest and Oldest Copper
Works In Georfia.


Brunswick, Ga.


IW My specialty is large worms and heavy bottom that do not lek.


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_______________________________ lurwur~y lu~i'IiTAL RUJDEII.


Joseph D. Christie, Business Agent
aon.. =3W Or .ks..m.. ..... .. n

If ye wand to eat. In Farida and contmplat. 'goung tate bemsn t as
help yo. If yo have a hemiame to el, lit Ma with smL
SAVANNAH NAVAL STORES MRCOoRD OR O 9-o4 AND TWO PREVIOUS TYARS


NeOadp 190-04 1908- 1901-8 43 -)eg g@@* Ow"g
8prite, a .ks.............................. 193,847 21,496 314,346
Daes r, ubrel ............................. 03m8 940g 7 o ln1,44C
Naml ................................... .44,58 1,3,83 10,85,76
p uiit .............................. 71882 0 9a,40 m s
Bopr's, ,k.res ............................... 768,270 976,428 237
Sirlt c ak ............................... 93,38,4 38,1 317,44
sas, barrels ................................. 33,171 504,172 e3,4
Now York.
spirit, m .............................. 36,058 4,7, ,7S3
ea bm tarres .............................. 87,35 133J,11 12,006
P^rits, ain k ............................... 0,361 37,66 43,637
bus, urrh............................... 32,746 37,734 396
The remipts of spirits are es tba 190l by 98,849 easu and of rab, MT85
:+ Imm. ,-


\jCrop o Spir es Rnd n r Th. Yeari
rop 1903-04. Orop 190B-0.
Sasl S. spirit. asia.
m Wlgteat ........ I a,1 18,a8 11Xe36
ar, sta m........ 3409 3,16 3,0M 11,863
s amw k ........... .17,418 0,938 370O70 940,5
r tewide .......... .6,M 18457 68, 47 144106
S Meabie ............ 12,315 60,38 18,9 79,7
N ow rm ...... .. 36,17 13,19 33,10 10003
Orabe .. ...... .. dod dosed 4 3,148
G rgmr*ow ........ 7,515 44,214 10,37 4,A
R mmaew ........... 42564 9, 38,756 19a,
.Ja. & 1rnaMdl .. ..187,x 10 3,1 91,97 375,
Tamps.. .. .. .. ......ede ahead 13,56 40o,66


Totas .. .. .. .. ..s6.5",15 ,mam .


571,6 2,184,81


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Crop 1901-.
rsi taN m a-i

3,60 13,X70
13,086 1,071,446
79,69 XMX6,13
1,eo 88572r
1,08M 94,33
8,48 50,515
37,76 154,260
70W0M 9NJ9
Isss 51,779
M92 2,12413


Irh t' Tnrpeato to United Khsem.
F. rom eetal tur; ewls r turned into barrel at 30 ewty, 16 i kiim, 100 blb.
1900 1901 i19 19s 1906
rom Unitae Btates ................. 174,446 193,42 16J,1 143851 144400
Fromt bIss ........................ t3 s 26 W 1 4 4,s9 ,5m
S ne o her omantrr i................ 840 3a 901 i1 11
.177,500 194,341 157,88 148,07 147,X70
a mreia Trperti .................. 8s2 4,1 4,711 17 I~p 17,7
T talL barred ....................... 1SsM I,1 166,3 10,M3 16k
parents ofd a ............... 4.7 3.41 5.4 ItasO 10.7
A ara pd m of Ameriemt ......... 6-4 t7-1 33-1 4- 41-
by Jmes Wat Bo, L.rdo, E wad.


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Atlantic National Bank of Jacksonville
RESOURCES TnURE MEHLMM BMULARS.
We invite special attetioa to or Savings Dpartmnest, whk ie' puM-
under GOVKLM1JST SBUraVISION.
wi a.rta C6xMPOVtNDD QUARTELYT.


ARAGON
JACKSOwVI.E. rA.
NOW OPEN-
Under new managmaL Tb.-r
renovated ad repaired tLhuerai
eluding new eloetide ovar ci -
own elctrie light plant. .
H. N. O'NEAL., Itf
Va .-as


id's Sons .CoMlOy,

* lemadquarters f*

Distiller's PMM iI0
Outfit
No plant complete with a i...
Hundredsofthem i n s in
*lorida, uAl.a.a. .anai w
South Carolina. frie l
SnIes and pris,. We auI *u


Sa well marry a full sad mople
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TIMMONS- BLOUNT CO.


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a East Coast Lumber Co."
40A ROUGH AND DRESSED LONO LEAF

40 Yellow Pine Lumber

SBundled Rosin Barrel Staves in Carload Lots.
37%
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a WATER TOWN. FLORIDA.


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YOU BURN OUT
YOU NEED US

Over in the Left- Hand Corner Will Interest You.


McMILLAN BROS.,
Southern Copper Works.


JACKSONVILLE, FLA.


Savama, ab
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The


Cooperage


Company


Manufacturers of High Grade

Western White Oak Spirit Barrels

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

OFFICERS:
J. C. LITTLE, President. JOHN E. HARRIS, Vice-Preident.
E. H. MOTE, General Manager. C. H. BARNES, Secretary and Treamsr.
DIRECTORS:


J. C. LITTLE,


JOHN E. HARRIS;
W. C. POWELL,


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


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


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C. B. ROGERS, PREmIDrT.


W. A. GALLAHER and E. A. CHAMPLAIN, VICX-PtBSIDENTS.


C. H. HODGSON, Sac, and T3Ass',.


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


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GROCERY


Co.


PAID UP CAPITAL $500,000.

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


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




Will handle everything in Heavy and Light Groceries, Grain, Pro-

visions, Domestic and Imported Groceries, Turpentine Tools, etc.



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


The Jacksonville Storage Rooms of the


Consolidated


Grocery


Company


Consist of one Three-Story Building, 70x200; one two-story building. 50x390; one one-story building, 80x250,
making the largest space of any Company of the kind In the South.


CONSOLIDATED


GROCERY


CO.,


Headquarters Corner Bay and Bridge Sts., Jacksonville, Fla.

Branches Tampa. Fla., Pensacola.. Fla.., and Savannah. Ga.


B e aII I I1 a I l P I I I o I4 I I @ 1-


CONSOLIDATED


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When in Jacksonville, Remember that

GREENLEAF & CROSBY CO.


41 W. BAY STREET


HAVE THE LARGEST STOCK IN THIS SECTION OF


Diamonds, Precious Stones, Watches,
Jewelry, Clocks, Silverware, Bronzes, Fine China, Objects of Art


As they are the largest buyers they get the
BEST PRICE and are accordingly able to sell the
lowest, They invite a comparison of prices,


They


Give Meil Orders Promrpt Attention.
WRITE NOW FOP, A CATALOGUE.
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Half Tones-Zinc Etchings

Illustrating and Engraving Department
OF
THE FLORIDA TIMES-UNION.
plendidlv equipped for business. Half Tones and Zinc Etchings m-ade to order in the most improved
and artistic fashion. "lustrations for newspapers and all kinds of commercial Work, Pamphlets. etc.
I =HIIT 11 Il OF 01 1, RE TOiCIW G II 1 EBELISHIN PlOTORIPS 10 PICiTURS.


In WRInNG


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OR APPLYING FOR PRICES GIVE THE MOST EXPLICIT DESCRIPTION OF WHAr IS WANTED
GooD WORK AND PROMPT DELIVERIES PROMISED.

Florida Enterprise. Trv It.


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