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 Material Information
Title: Weekly industrial record
Portion of title: Industrial record
Physical Description: 19 v. : ill. ; 35 cm.
Language: English
Creator: Turpentine Operators' Association
Publisher: Industrial Record Co.
Place of Publication: Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: March 9, 1906
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."
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002658368
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oclc - 45459418
lccn - sn 00229571
System ID: UF00047910:00164
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OUR REAL' STATE EDITION.

The I tnd4sti b*tdrd 'wis bsu a Special
-Fonda ReaM ate EUton bn AprV 6tt, gh#*
a cimnpselfe f theopcalqrtaie tondiqoo
In thes arSmibnSI fer of lorkid for tie
honoaCU. hwestor. etc. It-l be a very
i W leas i* b iegpu y1rh, ly rated. and the
prepatratk -elibe Ir the hands of competent
men who are fiAlar with al reil estate propo-
Sps t ow attracting the attention of
Speople I'as arts or the country. Re.a.lng.
SciculsathiU Mhki special number will reach wAh
Cir seurle t Aths alof t turpentine. and
mI peogpeio the Suthea t.It -adduion, how-
ever, we are advertising th edfon .for people
who are intetted .in W6ida ki many popular
nazgpaines. This: nunier wM be an excelletr
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Owned aod Coetrolled by Practical Operators.
'-CoasoCerated" Is purely a cooperative Company. Its Interests are ideticart wkIth
f Wte Prlrodecrs. The patrrosae of tirpeatlIe4 operators everywher lavted.
.Two Million acres of land and Timber for sale on easy tere~is
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RECORD.


PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. DEVOTED TO NAVAL STORES, LUMBER AND MANUFACTURING INTERESTS.
Amptei Sept 12.1902. by the Eeuieve Cammintee o the Turpentine Operator' Associan a its Exdmire Ocil Org and adopted Sept. L 1902. in Annual Conwetion. a an OFcial Orgm al o the General Assmciatin. Adopted Sept. L 03 m t
rly OOcial Orgn o Turpentine Operato' AmociMion. Adopted April 27. 1903. a Official Orgtn d the Inter-S.e Cane Grower Association. Endorsed by Georgia Snill Association. OfficialOrgan do Southesern Stock Grwers Amsodll .


MEN WHO ARE MAKING THE SOUTH
Portrait Number Eleven-D. C. Stricklin, a Successful Naval Stores Operator, Who
By Hard Work has PushedHimself to the Front.


MR. D. C. STRICKLIN.
%Aiiiing tl11 i;;l ;1(1 4ii p;;r~ominient patrt in thle dev~elopmenti oif Floridai and i .tiltrgiai. aind %%It() Iinve hc 1 o114I
to tiring t in, ruiv stI~ore, 3;;im-ss n ip to) its present I; igli 4 al iiard. i. Mr. 1). C St rickIi n. cif Inudiain Sprinig,. Plti
Air. St rickli Imh s 1 m.;.; conn ectedl w itth I lieall fact uir. of naval stoICres fo ir nine tievti id liti r ian m et with Ir-; i i-a
.t~i(, suces. ihrdt~ %ork c-. etel rpirising and mltipahle. lw1iet Im rapidjil y jiiilitt hi, % .ilY to It ie fronti.
Mr. St rick1 in mtas borniiii iii uml ninbs ( onii~tv. N. C .. I tine 2!). 14.1M I. Ili., fatl it wa, killed in serl ice linring
thelast .4 ear (of thlie vii war. leaving Nr. St rick li atthle age if fiour yer. r'itt, h ii, it; c~ie mother oil a
farmil. where It rellaillf4l Illutil the vea;n 1H7 I ving tilhen 14; .Us itf age. Atthiat timielit- in to
Ceorgm and loega(.8;n w-orking~ for wagets in tbe1 turllientine linsillrs
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East Coast Extension

Exper

.I. W'. Ihuan.. xwho liha heen employed I
as. a day lailorer onl tI i h orida F.a-t C'oat
ex.tenioni. .as iln .Jacksonville lait. Sunday
on his wiay to his line in New York city. .
M;r. D)nini11cn i.s along those \ who came to
Vlorida to work on this great railroad
enterprise several months ao. With himt.
ncame a trainilllon of nolni. ane'ording to his 1
statelient. ;ln oliher- f allowed later on.
In view of thie nationall nrelorts' which
have heen circa 1 ated in New n ork and
other cities in rrefere t to tlie treain ent
which has been accorded to the lahorer.
who have l.een inl ded to eonie ,Soulth to
work on thi'* extension. tlie statement
n iadle l v l)lican ill lie int rest ing. I
,ald to' representatives of 11(t' lndult ial
Record:
-I lnli on iny way Ihomn after having
s)pelt aIhout six inonllt i ; t work on tihe
F-lorida FaI't ('o-at extension. I was first
inlled ilto m-inI o Io tl I H'< e-ll ei of rhllotl-
Ii;iI i<'n illn mv i l li ,er '.. I hall Iceii 'lork
in-, flo ani i'e de('livr'y o. mpanli i New''
York rity ianl contra'ict'dl the rheanlinmtii(n
(;t lie i<'e w.ork' O )f (-ill'-111 I ;lnle' southll
;it ;a i -~ ;Ilirv us eivifing :n New .'ork ity.ll i. and whln I hld
sufliiecntily reco ered I nmade iup nliy mniiil
to retiirn. I man not be( treatiing til'
eoil|ipa;ny exaeill right. huit I explained the
situation fully to the foreman of nmy gang
Iandl lie did not appear to kick very hard.
though lie did s.a tlinl I oight to l ve
renmineiil Intil I hal been here hree
Imo1ths longer.
"In reference to the stories aniont the
s il'erin s of life itsn Nwvo are at work
on tI;ms exte.'isin. it is ll li oli. (If -oiir-'
there are -sowe who wannt to gei hack hollue.
TheI havliiv Iwen ihe'r for a few ionthl
and l ling of a roving disposition, aiiil
lent u|IIo cityy life aL'.inin. tInhe want to
go noi \ tlhat t 1 noveliy of the sitiuationl
iha 1 worn :;1wa. 'There is nothing l I o pre-
vent thlein. Theiy C n(' leave when tll y so
desire. Blit on tlie other hand tlhe reat
majority of the mn1i wlho enalle here from
New York. Philadellpia alnii other (i-lirs
andil who kne'w tlit there \\as work for
them whelln Ihy arrived are sa,?i'iedl.
Thev have every col'velleniie(e and while t
1ha1e never before worked oin aI railroad.
tIhose who have have tolil me that the ;ir-
railgeiIllentl for the i-Ien on tillis work arle
far alad (i of anythin,- they have ever .ee(n.
There is every facility for coinfort afford-
ed tile inen. and not only that. but the
eonlpany has gone 1t) s elll expeirse inll
arranging, to make life as pleasant for
them as possible. Their amps aIri health-
ily lioeated. I was not .sik ai fact llere has been ulit little sickn1e-4.
The fool. wn. have had i1as I', n the 1'e.t
that fomlli have Ie(nl served nnider the pir-
nll'- tales ae an I Iive oev.r -i wanted for
anvt hin_.
''Tho're wlho have been sick and wiho
.ifn1plris. that elac w liol are Ieneir ly to I
lie found upon work. of this kind. have
been better provided for than they would
have lieen in any city in tlie 'onntry. for
tlie Iho' iital facilities and reul at ions are
far alead of the free city hospitals that
they would have to he a.-signed to. were
iliev at home.
"I found life iiter,,lino" in ilhaI inter-
'esting part of hlie l'nited State'-. There is
todl fishing. the weather 1h1. lween superb.
and real ly I alit going hole a neCth" n1a n.
T have hald a vacation. 1 14-ot ol]y ione
dav thle entire time I was' f down thil wayi
and anl cIarrVill! 1 a n1at little -.1(1 of
money honie. I didt not ask for Iranspor-
tationl when I left. uill te foreman if tinf
nI %%as' with fixed it for fie as far
a .1Jaksonville. 1 will sailt on I lie I lyde
liner fior homII 1 have enjoy 'd lmv 0 t
here and I n am o really hld Ihat. I eamre
diln. T gine that yoill will e me il down
this i.av next year. fir I have a sneaking
ile'a tlat rheimatisin .ill agein bother
( tie.
lllf(all%%.V, 1 .1' showl ;I 'opy of tfle Mf- iam
Met',frololi'. -oiiitaiiig' a1 ;'rtli'le in refer-
enei to tbe hio'',pifl3l faeilitis ,1 thlie ex-
i,.- ,ion. Iih' satI e That 1 fir a'I. h' kne.'
thlie article was correct and tihit it hard ly
expressed til (. I'elit, lihi h lie nln re-
eived. The arti,.h, in iql.,tio|| follow,:
"that thle olli'iaeiis if Iie( Florida East
( oast 1lilwav ( 'ICompany are himnane with


Laborer Tells of His

ience.

leir employvee.-, no Iatter wha lt their ci -
IaciltY. a;id ill all tiln s land under all
o'llil iioll hlia\ their interest w' elfa're
and he;ilthi ait stake. van nIo more littingli'l
blie illustrated than in the splendid ho,-pi-
lal whih, hy thlle peri11sonal instrluction.i of
Mr. II. 11. Hlagler. lhas been established
alld iu h .linig IImilltained here frii til( trea 'it-
iinent of thei sick and di. eased of bothI
Iracei-. lnow.. and ill the future, to lI. engaged
in the building of the extension of Iihe road
ia tl he kev.s to an ultimatee leiininis at
Key West.
This hospital i- not sich anl institution
in InaIne ionly bhlt one ill reality. lland one
tlaf Too 1 ( hlll c(l nnlllollt b Ie said abiio foi
ibt hl it landi its promoters 1are wort'ly tof1
tle g're1at'"s praise. the (one for it colll-
Ipletei-- andl tho1rouhness to the niinlt-
st dilet il. an ( tl he t ot r for tlhe conlid er-
ite manner in which they Ihave elected to
0arV f.or tho1e heoe \ I e charges by
allic ion anl injury l hi.le ering lliuni
anl d tll.ir inl .iere 'l
The Hospital Building.

"'iThe h iii l. ial1i is 1i nI I,,at, d n thl Inot
l lln ,\airI dir.I ec-th opp)fll ite o Il, 1he In( n 114i
way- *,aId 1as. originally designed anIll n-
tended fori hospital purposes, ti. h li never
IIeil as slch. and onl that a ollunt i"s ie-
ially tille.d for thie pinnp'- e il is now serv-
ilng. It is a large tow-story and a garret
-1:t itr'e. divided into wards or large
.-room1. 'IlThe first h lollr contains the iat
telndin.- phyl-in'hn rooIm. operating mroo,.
1dispen'ary. igiital dressing room. hw'kers.
and thie \\ard- fior white patients andI
(one for co.lored. The kitchen. dining room

lit'd !14h 1111;"a'.
and laundm r are4 al o on tlie round 1llo.'

"1p's-tils there are ; two wolrds for .ulte
:111d I'von 'ed case' hi\e private roo'st1 .
iho e p .\ -hiciall"- hlied room. a|iart mllelit fli
4ialrlon oind iiu(ll'e lo,'kers for towll-.
-liet' anid othor led and challber art le'-.
Clean and Sanitary.
"Yes'ter.hh llornillg al Metroiolis re-
iportelr. tlirogli thle kindne's of lr. .. '1. .
hckso-i. .I... clhif )phy-iian in charl e of
lhe ex'ie-.ioin \work. Iial1 tlhe privilege of
vi iltin fi1.. 11 o Iital. heing shown tlhroul ('
tIhe illnstitulltion, obi-eling thie eneral cn l
edition of ithe p1la< andl patient,-. :n1d in
learnili mil aihout i(he lilode of conduct
in|L' it Ilhat i. not only interesting.r. but
ili-triicti\ e. for heIre one is enabled to get
a clear con ceplion of tIle imanlner in which
-iinil;ir i-nstitutions. tlhoingh of a greater
owi'nllitlde. Iare o1irateld.
"The wriler ihad visited a nninlier of
hospital biefoi.,. bilt none otf l1iem were
fmilld ii ; 01, o more i-flit ar v con -
,lition lihan tlii : in none \ere the pa ti-
-lit! '.i\ \ren In, o'e cn-id:'flv a l hion d. 6 dit(irill.-
Ilre;l I:I n i a;od \\]hihle ioll)\;ai.. lit lhain
lher. and illn nlone were found an ap11par-
enllil Iliorn c(ilpelent, colnsientions anld,
f'aithful coips of physicians natron.
Ilr-l.e- andl asi'tants tlan llhose enconn-
ter'd yesterday.
The House Physician.
"lThe Ih ., 1e 1tl 'yNii:'n is Dr. .. l. I eit-
li e fornierlyv of 1-ellhv.1 e o1'pital. and
enu il, I froin tlih t ini. l iution I y Mr Fle I -
ler to <'e i' lihre and asit Dr. I .laki'. e in"
tlie co4l3liuii' o. of The Miami Hospital fori
tife K,-" \\'es I.xleh l-i, l. \l0i6,4 is it,
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sin'e conlin,| here. hias proved hi, ability.
\ it o .ll\ o..i- iDr. ieil l .ner devl-ote hi-
ti'r:< I lle l3m i loih l. hIlt hl e .1ki'4 f're-
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I-il' an idl attention.
Miss Hamilton, Matron.
M iss M. Ilah iilt.,,. ;a I l hl viie ,,.rev ilu:
,l -,o. i- re dr,,ll. andl like Ili. heitlin|ge'.
Mi- a llthili ll Ihaid ;| |||||||her of yeal'"
e\|''ie ince inl h ail |';o11 illstit tllion and
con'eqllently was\\; in a po-ition to know
i-,t whaiit ;Is needed Ihere. \\ith tlle
other ollicer, of Tlhe hospital she w\\-ai, iven
carte blanche to operate the inslilttioin


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It 1111111be(l. of dv~Sinblle~ tll'lpenlille Ilovatfi(lls at ri-Ollt priees.S

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SJacksonville's New and attractive Bar and Cafe. Choic
Liquors and Cigars. Pool and Billiard Parlors Attac
234 W. Bay Street. on Transportation
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in the best possible manner. and how well
she has dline helr part is attested by tile
general clean ianl sanitary condition of
the house, the Iedls and every other one
lpart of the many details that are con-sant
vl under her care. She is undolutedily
the right IeTrson in tlie right place.
Miss N. Elliott is assis-tant matroni. andi
well experienced in her duties. She is
a persistent worker. kind anid cinsideralte
at all times and is appreliaited alike tby
superiors and patients.
The other attaclhes of thli hospital coan
sist of orderlies. ctlook. a-sistant. waiters.
sribblll rs. et. The illlndry is done daily
Iyi the Mi inli nSteamil Ilaunidry.
Free of Charge.
"From Dr. Jackson and the other illi-
cials above mentioned ilmuch informititon
was gleaned. The first and most import-
ant Ix-ing that the hospital is maintain luI
iy the F. E. ('. Railway Co(iipaniy. entirely
free of any cost to thle ipatielt. andil tliat
no expense is spared in giving lie ii all
neiessalry inedlicine. food and ll ill lioiist
carefi and skil lel at leinion ilo-silllI.
"For i il itni to eiiter tinhe io-1-ital Ili
must beiar wilh hiln a cerll*tiiat fl-tItii
Mr. .I. '. M leredilh. engliiel r iln liighr.g -I
tlit n .\ o llnsio i onlr uclitionl wolk. thit Ihe
is then n lilyen of I flier nilI tithe ;ild there
-I'ore worth of iand enltitl o l to trpra inllnt.
and l record t otled ofl aill tirl-eailing I coll
ditilon. iellchding Ild date and hour of
eintry. nai le of ipal eint. aig. civil indition.
iati onality, r.rligh o aion.

is tlindes then Ia nilert ;lit llthe is atrle nt
--iinek ti gis n or opiralion p.rti rmed-
it il notli then i land tvry time alft it \vial
until dischliarged.



"i hn is free ti i dc ars e lii It if l
given a certificate of d" cliharge. which in-
clhode thke sick again a t tliet i ale inp re-



elirn to work. lThis lie is sulllosed t enteak
tit Mr. Me'redith. "ho wiss assign lhinm


lie ik to iution fior treiiil nionet. tFor tli
work. Tof guosdpital dischalirgs him and
hIe is free to do as lie likes. biut if lir
should take sick ag.iin and wit Ile in tilt,
enillloy of the company In(- cannot enter
tihe institution for treatment. For tilt-
lluripos of guiarding against imlosters aiild
lirotectinlg eimployi-es-, tlie ci company a lopt-
di tile lplan l of is'u-ing ertitieates liy tlie
chief engineer as llnlltinit'il a;lo\%.
A Place for Everything.
In ili.taiTee atnd in lil u Iart of lie
house was anytliini notiticd inimeliii or
even untildy. Tlierel s.iciid io Ii, ai place
for everytliing andt ever thinl wag kept
ill that place. .ll of tlie lIeds in every
ward were fresh with elelan linen, and
heavvy white wool bhinkets ainl each pa-
tient wore a new li nen niiglit shirt. which
are furnished them bly the in-littin.i. Inl
the main hallway downii stairs there is an
electric indicator, the iamle aIs used inl
hotels.
Each of the cots. which are of iiron, luii
enameled. are nllluberedl anill fitted with
an electric push buittonii. tlhl s ena liii.
tile patient to sumnllnon aisitanell wl, hei
needed wit itllt incinvenilice. All miedi-
cines are adminiistiered t ie lllatron iand
assistnilt. In tlese anti other details ti
tlih niintitest all patients are given the
most tloroilgh conscientious and clmpe,-
tent care ljwosible from the time thliv
enter the hospital tro the timie theY leanive
it.
The Kitchen.
"No kitchen in Miami is Iitt(er or clialn-
vr kept. It is titted with a I;\iar riii'ge.
The tables are zinc covered anitd there ari
zinc lined sinks, with all other colnven-
iiences. The dislies are huavvy whilh 1piorce-
lain and thil tableware of silJr an il ilhi
plate. There is rilnliing italer in tlic
kitcelen andl tlrowiighot tle Ii onl- at all
times. 'The bathrollsii s. three in numl1ilber.
have ip' relain tulls anil are large anil
well sanitated.
The Pood.
"Ocntupants of a Ikspitil are not iml
nilune from eating. and h len the.y Icgiii
to recuperate amid grow stronllg. w;iil ;i
great deal of fool. In tlhis reip.'- t tli t
Ilphysicialn anl d lilt, are ill h ll. ho saIi I
ihow lalch and whla;t it shlia.l eli. This ril.e'
ipre.vails in thl.e Miami hospital, thouhlih it
does not ilmply that there is niiot liill (
food there.r it: anti it is ill con
iideralile varieties. slld the jitl ., *.it anl lic.I
tlihe market can afford. a, anl instance l it
iow those patifpts able to 1;tk.. solid footl


dilnled yest etrda y. t lie following ienui
rlr'il,. i u11itel.d:
"Ilreaikfillt Ca'4: cl. two eggs, c tfree.
Ibreald allId butter.
"D)iliinir l--ont heeif. two kinils of vig-
Ilalulb -. lire 111 ric living.
"Siijiir" Stleedi fruit. bllriad anid hiut
tir. t11 .
".1 oh ll i ilt tint ar onii diet ani d i litli
nio n1i--hllwi t .
'TII i ntlire .it oi l lih l l f lie lii-ipitall
li\ i ',il n li -illi 1iundeld with ill eiglit fool
pickit fei-cii aiid tilIli front gate is kept
sei-iellI-v Y1i kid. 'I hi- is lonie to keep the
acn lf- nt, %% it hill h-1111d.. The% a re
.olll i i; ilr .ilt- \\iilliit liiiiilt i. Tl' iy llt'
int alliiw il to l;ive tihe prell ises until
li -lilarged. wllhll thely v Iuilliot ire-ellr tIhe
lin-pilal inll-b thely had shownii attempt
or w illiilgne's Ito rletulrn ito work.
"A lInrue iiiiin er of tents are in hianl
aInd in t(I'i v, nlit lhat lhe hliililing alt .ii\
linll -ilhol hllrrowlll congested lll'y anl
. pileie-ti l ;at -hllorl ilt li !i and aiiilitinial
.i'l' iililtl idatioliii i\'e i. uIt tliis I). l.ick-
-ln iiand D)r. Ilhiiligilgi Why Hospital Was Established.

I'i it ;li-. in iiii iit t.il eii il .ii ;a11it
ill-iitniiin ol M l. Fl-'i ler. \ lwho [rr-,( iallll
:tllt ilri67 d h it miilln lill.lr 1). Ja.ilk- li
-aidl. It \\a;1- r ;]i/ l \ i h Ii F. I.. ( .
Ia;il\\ .ii ( liliipaii.l ihl lt li hi li liiig o t lih
lKel% \\ -I ex.\t 1,io ll w J\n h ,ll l ln itate lhl ,
inPllhil\ illg it -u\ei'ral th lilous d nl nll for
a liin i i ii ii of tlinl., that there woilihl lc
>i Ik ;1- lli 1ng tll liilil a ti h lill it ii lIld
il othiiig tliiir ih: l he dt illttiy of tlhe
rIailrioid tol l.ik ii1.' oif lhemli \hen Illf-
flicled. \il \\ih this \ew tile Iuilding origi-
ill\ iiitllndh Id fo l" ir ll r1 m ine lospiltal :1ndl
huili! antl :il\\i d llv tlu raihlr iadl li oi)ia y.
i\\1 ordered cl ilt iii -i'rvice'.
It wI-, ii-iilpied for residelin'e prr-
|I-I.- aind lihe-tor it e-mlll lii u;aclled ailld
ii1, i.lilv r l\ fii tlh, li .-pital \we tifr -erii l i hi. \\;ia- Li .t C'liristliils l)av
inll tihe it.ii oii., il \\e pitcher d toitn.s in
1li, I :llid aiHill i '. i \ sixth l l pl tiilnt
Ila. iA iilvnli iair fo'irlvy-tlhre<. TI'he liia jorily
itf tliiIn li ivi I. i white :1ind lbut oiine li.l-
hliel. anil lie ( I to tI. l li- lihI.pitial iii a
Slyilig vit li til ili."
The Best of Attention.
I)r. .ik-in fIlluther .iild thai it was lihe
Oilli'i-.p 01 Ili hv Iaill" lad aillillorilis to '-cT
that the' inll "i Ili, lest oif alt t ill ion ill
e\ lry l 111:l ller. aiill lihat no lil \haitemv r-
-lil4ulil lie p t,1 i ipoll tlhl ,ll. tlie iollilil llV
l'*rir iii. ll \\\li!t i \\ riihlh ir l eiui- i-.i- ilY
lilii ll Nl\ .
'.11 \\;i' ;il,,. tiil, l h I Dr. .l vk, ol *lit;ha
mill of -i p:i lit uiil- Ieald tlhI l h itlt o
'niill prii.int oif lhliem \\ere for diseases
-Illllin ll1ed at 1 l \\irk lilt ;i uillllill
\\4-t. foi ;1 11rt If hinoil poi"mniinlg. It lhers-
'lilli l her '-ick \\ ith i.old ilieal e'. lil ,'la'-.
"tl.. l hat l1avC dln\mlopd iagali. Ille had
1 \r:ik lih;irt mid collld Iinot shlinl ont
Ihlioir' hli\ \\mik. I ,l i stIill in tli lioh -
!ilal irec ii ini;i Iiit tlini. A mllln er liul er
I rPlas tlW"iI I ll l B P l iisntvedfr Lare lteenll
li It Suig i S i11. oii l.ii- i- hit li t ii t li r\til m r i h. lhi iI \\lti ilti. 'sil il to
\\i rlI tl 11 .i .lilt 1f' i ll li ft I gi 'lrit nlll t).rt
lih lt \\Vri l hi it i I -li' lirr fl ; -hort tilie
Consumptives Returned.
10 LNo s Illllvr' or iprson- ailli'ted
wilht other inli r-ai l di il ,, lii- l, ire treilt d.
TIlv\y ar.. \;l ininl ao id if fo1illil ailli ted
with liilibrviil.sis or like di-cases, lli4y 'are'
fllihld tlrilil.portiion hby the clnlmpalny
ilnd sent blaick lo flih ir homli. or tlill lice
f'r lll w h'll'l lliy 14 1(llel ."

DIRECTORS WILL MEET.

Plans Will Be Presented for Large Steel
Mill.
I1 \\;iA ,11l111111 id ;i t lirini ii im M oil
i;n\" tll;il :1 nwelillL' If tlh, Iho ird of .lirce-
lol, of Iit S l ,-- S! llili S,'lI and Itfronl
I' iinp.iin ill lie lihi ill \ew York nipext
\ nil.ilv. liit \\ hich tinme l 'r-tife rit I I. :.
\l:ihlil \\0ill p p'-ri< |ilain for 1 4., 4i.r r ion
I, y llh o- iiti1iny of tlh, l;irg'P t slteel nmill
;i l i di-trici. I rv-ilhlil MA l.nn will al-o
li;ik, hi i ii iiil r iport \r wl i-h w ill -li.ow
*;n iu i i out;illl ill' to .1.41.7.7!1 aid il
loliilci ,It kl.20.-0.l7'.!I ;illrter interv,, lihiir, -
|i'\r hnirii plaid. The report 41lo holiws
I nI l liion of .-4:til.(07 to it sirpl" s o(f
tlir rl il,;lly. iiikii lr th l t lrr flin 1i noo i
I llh rh -' lil, tl in.ll, ill I- I l ('il\ llr\1 1V hli.n-iIiy.


There's Beauty in a Watch
if thile selection of it is made from a stock that
has been properly bought and that is large
enough to allow wild play to individual tastes.
Such a stock we offer you from which to
12 chooe-sehlected from the world's best makers
and embodying all that is newest and most
9 fashionable as well as standard styles for the
I =9 3 :9 conservative.
4*.8 ,\ 4. lEvery wat.l i sell Is lbsalitely Gurait-ied both mov iat a ssca
R. J. RILES CO..
15 West Bay Street. Jecksonvlle. Fla.




The DuveJ

Cor. Forsyth and Hogan Streets.

jBest Located Hotel in the city. Steam Heat
and Electric Lights throughout the house,
Cuisine and Service unsurpassed in the State.
Regular Rates, S2.50 and Up.

FRANK M. TURPIN, Prop., Jacksonville, Fla.


JOSEPH D. WEED.


H. D. WEED.


W. D. KRENSON.


J. D. WEED & CO.,
SAVANNAH, GEORGIA.


Wholesale Hardware,

Bar, Hoop and Band Iron.

MAKE A SPECIALTY OF


Turpentine Tools, Glue, Battings, Etc.


Turpentirxe


Cups

If you expect to use the HERTY cup
next season, place your orders now for
future delivery. Prices and all informa-
tion cheerfullv furnished on

Cups, Gutters
and ell Tools
u-ted in the Herty system of turDentining.
Address

Chattanooga Pottery
' -Company,

Jacksonville, Florida.


Standard Naval Stores Co., I
JACKSONVILLE




EXPORTERS I

CARGO LOTS A SPECIALTY




SStandard Naval Stores Co. JACKSONVILLE

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6 TIE WEEKLY INDUSTRIAL RECORD.


BIG BUSINESS DEAL.

Knight Crockery Company Buys Entire
Stock of Fetting Furniture Co.
This weeke. tin Knighlllt ( rockery 'Co in
,:any purcha-d the entire to,,ck and hn,-i
1ne-s oIf th' Fettinug Furniture ( ompanlly
and the stock-s of the 1vo h.llei'ns c('lll-
(ernls are to Ill he merged \\ith heldqarter-
in thi'e naigili'et,! hlos.k. No). 22 to .5O on
West I' ay street .
In addition to tihe large ibh-k wihichl i
now in utie for till' .geat sto-.k of furni-
ture tilln Knight Crockery Company will
have ai large warehouse back of the same
an:d will have more 'pace than any other
retail Ibusine.s concern in tlil Statel a;In
perhaps in the South for a business of thiis
character. There. art liveIi tlh rs to the
bh.'k facing lIay street. with malgniithent
show windows for ev.'ery fior. There are
to Ite acres of sIpa(e for tlhe company and
every so|uare yard of tilthe ,veral ai're., is
to lWe 'ts'ked with tlie most coipllete lin.e
of furniture. cirocker..y, clinawalre and kill
dlred articles. It will lie the greatest dli--
play of g~nooo ever seen in .lacksounville
and tihe Knight (I r ckery c iiiPany have
abundant capital witl which to olilrate.
Arrangementsu. are to lie inade and re-
tained with tihet factories and til l very
Iest furniture factioriie in the I'(nitedl
States are to ship their goil.s direct ito
thi cmllipany.
hlie Knight (I'rokery Co(impany is to re-
tain tlhe hold which thle Fettingi Furniture
Company had on the trade Ilthroughout thli
State and in (;eorgia and will extend their
operation, in their original line. of ot'.,i
as well.
'Tllis deal will conice al a hig surprise ti
many but it i. n'lirely in line' withi the
Iisi ne1s prosperity of .lacksllvitll. Thli ,
Knight ('rockery Company needed more
riool and in -eoulrin the lniiiine-. aii i
stock of lite Fetting Furniture (ioll|ny
lave secured a large and co1nomd oiii-
Ihuniiling of four stories inll heigh on lily
street. and al i the iinlonse bA%;'1'hiiiie-
ill tile rear of the luniliing. The company
will tlue to conildiet a 'w,, h-h' II a llld
retail liu siless. and w' ill Ile l tlhter ireplaire .
than ,ever Itforei to ill all ioder,- in icitlhr
Ite w iwhlesale or 'retail deptenlllalllts.
Thlie ollicer- of tlie Knight (CrocikerIy Coin-
pany will remain tle l.in, a, at plre'e-nt.
Mr. ha inoll d 1). Ki ;glit i I C. II. l iarnes. of thle I;iarnt -.hl'.lli (11.n
ipany. is vi',-|resien and lMr. (. rlinlay
Knight i -evreltar.y an;l trea-'urr. h'hl.
capital stock of tlie clmplany hai- lihtin
increased tio .75i.000.
Tin' Knight ( rn.kery I m.pany will
carry a complete s-,tock of crokery. uw,.d-
enware. willowware. etc.. andi al-o a line
of furnitnlre that %will hle tlhe io-.t -coi-
Ipiete ti I.' found in tlihe Sout.i.
Thle lb illess of tile oimpnlly lia- ill-
cre'a ed to li cli ii'hi itl l i,\ent tli t i he
a;lle al warehouse roiom. The large \\1l'lihoues illn
lthe rear of I lie ne'\\ ili irtersI of tli, coinl-
lpany- ale eatly whailt aire needed.
The Fetting '1ock iof furniture that hla-
heen purchased liy tlie Knihlit I ro.kefy
Company i< one of the la;irge.t and 1h,"t
in tihe State and the <'opanlly %%ill keep.
this line of guiols flrictly up i dlate. A.\
to tI'e cr'' keri''. id'ip 'e l\\a i". La'.'' aro ind
hlouse-fi rnilfsllil uii I illl lile 4lco linp ll al-
ready carriei- a 1,o-.k ef-nid l(to none l and
the same high cl%%-- ,Iod- uill c Iltilnue. to
lie enarie.d.
Th'le Knight ( Crckcri ( mn iii:i wa.i -.
tallii-.hid 2S y* I- ayil Ia i ,' recoiiSi/ed
as o.ne. of tl. o lde .' ;llhd o,,, t -: ;1,i1i i'i


MORE CONSOLIDATION.

Report that United States Steel Will Buy
Independent Concerns.
It wa~ rIp'l ld in iron allld -;c | lirile'
at Pitt-e Iui ll r'e i crk l'lii; il 1 ii i io' h
hadl le n I nll'tild h1 itlie I 'nilh'.d S. l; il,-
Steel ('orlpoiltiili ft r I li ip'rclia i f .\-
era I inldeplldenlt o rn-i-. iiicl-hidiin., tlhe
I.ia I'elle Iron \Vork-. tlie cpilhlic ir,
;and Steel ( omplally. tilhe Telin-e ( o,:itl.
Ironl & lailrnai'l ( 1i)i1pany. lilt Co(irad,
Fuel & Iron iimilianiy and large ore hinter-
e(,is near lite lake'..
Accr lding to llhe reI11or1. t li ice to Ie'
iaid lia y llie corporalion folr tlil vairiinll
properties will reach more thllian .17n.-i..-
(Kill. It i, re|lortel tlihat .Johin \W. (aith,
is handling lhe deal filr tile steel c.ior)ia-
tion.


THE WHOLESALE TRADE.

Business Not as Good Now as it Was at
This Time Last Year.
''Thie whole-ale, iiiicrchlint- of .lackl -olii lle
li;i\e I]l hl '-il niciy' ill making the illate-
inii ilt hat iuu'ii- this 'llear i nollt ;is
go ,l I,, it \\;I- at hii- tilnmt l;1 et year,.
IlTh i. ild ic11ontd foi to I lae e'X ent
lV tliei' id tlat there are nlit a i man I
people. in Flohrida thi-, winter a I liere
'(erlql. i't anl that tll(e tralelh oil e 11 'iK t
ICoa't la;i lillt bieeiii as larg'. Merchiantll'.
lihowni-,',er. lihi tIhaI t tille general condiltiini-
throughout tilie State ale goo.lil 1an11d that
the l'rospect- are bright for tile -ul1niiner.

REMARKABLE SALE OF TIMBER.

Million and a Half Ties to be Cut from
Material Once Without Market.
FrnIom Meivenral apetll s a strikingg itere4-l
iattacheI to tlih' recent sale Ih' tlie overn-
Ine ti of alllilt :1t.INll>.INI feet oif tililler nll
thli Monltana division oi f the Yelliowstone
l.'ore-t lielrx to a ciilraltnl g companylial
\\which ill convert lmIit of tlhe Itimilv" into
railroad ti1s.
Thi. i- one l of thle large t sal es eer
inadle of I oVer'liient timber: tlie price i-
iantageousili an illl I largi percentage e 4fi
the iut \\ill I,. if a -1pecie-, \\hli(-h a few
years l o waI without market vIalue.


p ee;t i\e treatment of ties tIwnU shlow
to lbe -1th pract1111al and economical', u-'1i
a sale iii llil not .w le iIillbeen .ade. ifor
60I per cent of llte cut. or appr;\xinmateiv
1.1MI. atil l e' liy a l pro ll '. ici ei \ eri lent ailnd
tria"1 l i l p 1'a- l i;.> l o a l' ll i el ll
I T .14 mlilha 41 4 illi (4( h iv1'111 Imil f114 "
11rNaiId .to uI ilw l ly t e ll i ici 1 t1hrlilnl (toI
& <,uiuii\ and UKe Northern l'iacific rail-
iI\\ l.a Ioim t anill ,l witl i ties fo a p(er i l ci i\-
eil linu tlhre yil--l. ihe liimer fIoir wI( licnh
the \ 1pp1lil' tol t ;he .l rii, l t con-I( I -(
oif lodIepol pinliie. lel ir. and Ilplice. A
lr ltlli prop million f the rtanl i1 lodI1(epi. l e
























Ihell l1l lh u1111, 11 i,, (lh Iahi'rli l t iii' 114' l1114C-4'
pi(ne. \lici.h ;r,\\- \,ry den,.el. 4 on-i
l4llimly. afltr all he impecitied timelr ha-
ble nil rel ted. a ihlilihtll ta;illl -If il
lree, \\will II. let. \\ which in ai fvw\\ \ coir-
\ ill agi a in f liii ;i f.rsI t of Ierci lanita ile
ilii oinic i i- -.
"The -h lo\' eiiihmen'it 1il receive a 1"tin1luahe
p, ice of S<2.5,11 |ier l l.o ;and. feet I for the
rI'd ir ai lld )Ier tlh ioui and feetl for t ill.

The '' ol\ of tlie entraiect of lodgcpolc
,r,,i intio.i t, ti l. i ma ket i- an initel,

t'iircsl prvindr Fi.e leas ago tIhi- tree
\\;i- cl -i .t d ilmin t l ie nearly wh, hi- less.
iiferi-r tliilr- *rowihii in thc North\\est-
i in St;ile. I It lid never -com intoI ex-
len-i\e i.e It -, liability to aItttack lv
t n'iil !~. iild 1lo i4he]k in ,h \iill it soof't-
ille-- ;111 lightlilc--. .ilil thile l l lle p ercent-
.ag'e tf -llp inid iln l t '- tllul'l.lr ere dli-
;lil\ ;lilt;l ,. \\hlic4]h -'l i- l 4 i I m lidi l- p it
periiainenlh. \ t li ile Xiil y ;rid tlih
nted of Iiudiig -uh,.lilulv for wiireerl
%\-A,. hodl alr hd ).- 1 lhol- r -tlfdi"
,If a Ililiiiher if Ilin,\phil1.0 .I. hie-. .and 4h,-
\ ici ere ,", eingi, -o, l hlth I\ \ which airliti.ial
ieit itilenit iiii hlile iii. lde lo ltiake .lie place
ill )ialllil~ll ;d:iap biitii v lo a -i..cific h r
\ :c'e.
.\ll ill e' llhe e de\ ir we e illl|>l'('r client'
in ;eaioiii m iithlli ] ,ll. iiand tihte 1ie f pre-
-~ei\;:t ivr-. It \N-, I nlld thatl pre 'erv\ -
ti\ .e tIr ,.ii l lie t. \\lii .h i .iatly prolonged
il l, Iiff of .rl hiiilimher-. dehpendil. lori-elh
fr" it, 1iic.e.-,po ti lt- |ienetr;i!iilitly ot
III ,- .. \hhich peroliti- 1h 14. -,,i' i
I, eilter thIe u ol -lhlliit,. easily. "'lThe
I oll\ piie. \\;i, ll to be e\'cdin \l\
p'11 Ii-ili l pro*- rt li t, t.a till eli .
,.mdl Ai- iiI l .,h i>-le ie\. \\l i e \ -0 -. fi:,t'-- i-
fImllbil(. \ itih ;I high dh 'ti'r of lI.ri nil
!,ili \. l It li l le -h e ii- lli ,_, .1 i, lan i l i \

,. .;l pil l I thI e F'".)re-l tl i .e, iln 'n- iTl,
i;'! ii \\ilh thl I Ihi':i ll. Ihirliin toh A
',*"lli .ilc\ I l i ,, lll nl \\;i ll the li le'-ell
h l'lhelrlclr- -i'-I t tl il l i't 1. in aliil lt .
The, l- 1-ill- -lta li-shed it, I i .- t-ei .hillit
;ilnd th1 o l e'ld ;I ll\\ liihl filler tile -I llppily
hi -~o Ie,\ il\ .

Dliiiti tlhe. patl- week tllhere lhia\e been
<\tlenl-i\e hiplint-l of itraw' lerrie-. froli
Florida. Tlhe ,i'rop i hloiig forward e\-
t ln-iilel froill all pa t-. f tihe n itlth ailnd
.lliipli nim anre i \lp ci t1 o I oi tinuiii forl
some time-


J. A. Craig Bro.

i 239 W. Bay Street EVERETT BLOCK.


Leaders in Men's and Boys' Fine Cloth-

0 ing and Up-to-Date Furnishings.


SAgents for Dunlap and Stetson Hats; largest stock in the City.

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Dea.les In


\ Automobiles, Stationary and Marine

Engines and Automobile and a

~Launch Supplies.

And manufacturers of launches and all styles of pleasure,


Hunting and Fishing Boats





S Franklin Motor Cars--the best on earth.

We alo sell GASOLINE PUMPING OUTFITS- the very thing for turpen- ;
tine plants. Also small stationary electric light plants for factories, homes
andi business houses.


Clarke Automobile and Launch Co.


Mail orders solicited.


JACKSONVILLE, FLA.


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You Want a Turpentine Location?

H Y You Want a Sawmill Location?

( You Want any Kind of Florida Land? 1
4- You Mean Business?
:4 Call on or Write to

J. H. Livingston & Sons,
OCAIA. FLORIDA.


THE OLDEST WHISKEY HOU E IN
GEORGIA. (Entabllibed In 1881.)
OLD SHARP WILLIAMS-Pure Fine Old
Rye. By the gallon $3.00; four full quarts
$3.50. express prepaid.
GEO. J. COLEMAN-Pure Pennsylvania
Rye; Rich and Mellow. By the gallon
$2.75: four full quarts $3.00. express prepaid.
ANVIL RYE-Pure Substantial Family
WVhiskey. By the gallon $2.50; four full
Sqluarts $2.90. express prepaid.
'LIFFORD RYE-By the gallon $2.25:
four full quarts $2.t5. express prepaid.
U)LD KENTICKY CORN-Direct from
I- onded Warehouse; fine and old. By the
gallon $3.00; four full quarts $3..50 express
Iprepaid.
OLD POINTF:R CLUB CORN Rich
andi Mellow. R,/ the gallon $2.50; four full
quarts $'2.9. e press prepaid.
We handle all the leading brands of Rye and Bourb(on Whiskies in the market
and will save you from 25 to 5 per cent on your purchases. Send for price list and
catalogue. Mailed free upon application.

The Altmayer L& Flatau Liquor C9mpany.
MACON. GEORGIA.


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THE WEEKLY INDUSTRIAL RECORD. 7


NOTICE OF INTENTION TO APPLY
FOR LETTERS PATENT.
Notice is heeleby given that thei under-
signed will apply to the HIonrablel N. It.
Broward. governor r of the State of Florida.
on the 2i1 ;day of April. IM11i. for letters
patent incorporating the ('o-op-rative
Investmient Coipany. under the follow ing
Iprol os'ed charter.
PROPOSED CHARTER OF CO-OPERA-
TIVE INVESTMENT COMPANY.
The undersigned hereby associate the m-
selves together for the purpose of Iw'coni-
ing incorpolated and forming ai iorlorl'a-
tion under anid lv virtuil of the laws of
tie State of Florida under tlhe following
proposed charter.
1.
Thie name of this corporation shall l'e
tile ( 0-PEIL'ATIV \E INVESTMENT
(4MP1'AN', and its nusrness shall be con-
ducted in tlie State of Forida and in otier
States of tie I united; Stait. of Amelrica
and in foreign countriess wNiereer nle''s
scary or convenient. hle Irincilal office of
Said c'oroation shall lie in tile city of
Jacksonville, Duval County. Floricda.
2.
Tle general nature of the business to be
transacted by said corporate on shall Ie as
follows:
To buy. shell and dial in real estate fll
its own acoulllt, and on commlllissiion. tim-
her and timnlber lands; Io luiy,. sell and
deal in groceries, dry goods. lhardWare and
all kinds of nierchand:se; to mainufac-
ture. produce, luuy. sell and deal in llullir.
tinker and all articles of ipr mluce andl
lhny products manufactured or derived
frlon timber; to lease, rent. hire. own a nd
appraise lands and timler for naval stores
purposes. lumber and other purllnses, on
oenliission or other-wise; to develop. sell.
convey, lease, mortgage, pledge.. exchange.
illlrove and otherwise deal in and d s-
IHISe of real estate and real property, tim-
her lands and anyi right. interest or estate
therein: to own and operate, lease, hire.
u'se and maintain tracks. whiarves. ware-
houses and storage facilities of every kind.
to receive profits and toll tlerefromn; to
sullscrihe for. purchase re.ecive own and
old for investment or otherwise sell and
dispose of and make advamees on stocks.
Ionds shares and security or obligations
of other corporations whatsoever, wherev-
er located or organized. and while tlie own-
er or holder of any sullch stock. Ihxllxis or
obligations to exercise all tlie rights. liow-
ers and privileges of ownership thereof.
anil to exercise all and any voting powers
thereof: to sell. mortgage. sullet. pledge.
lire. lease or conve?. thlie ,prolrt.y of -a:d,
corporation or any part thereof at will.
and to invest tle proceeds of same at
lleasulre ani in such nlannrer as Ilay ie
determined lby thlie lv-laws: to lbi, sell.
and deal in for its ownV account and
others. sewer and gas pipe and all kin is
andl character of plillling material, andI
to en ge in tle plunliiing I sines-.: to
receive payment for capiitall stl(c k silb-
seril.iel for in money ori in prol)ert.v, laibiii
or service, at a just valuation therefore inl
the discretion and iindgllent of tlile HI ari
of l)ireectors: to make c*ntrlacts of an N
kind whatsoever for tlihe furtherance oif it-
purposes and bl-inc-s; to havel a liell upol!
all tlie shares of any .toc'kholiler who inayv
l-eione indehbted to this eioralliatiin either
individiaill.v s i pa i-ir nir. siirety or
otherwise. with tle right toI sell or dii-
pose of sucl stolk or luclh lpo' tionl there-
of as IlaV lie ne(e'sail-v toi piay such in-
debtedness. at either public or priva.- lt i*al
aindl Iupon uclh noticeil en and leri s the
IBard of directorss many lprcrii b a;nd with
hlie further right to refuse to transfer
such stfo'k until the fiillpayminent of all
indeibtedlness. and io like sich bhv-lals
in furtherance hereof as nmav Ie deemed
necessary. and to have and exercise all
sulch i powers as Iniy lie necessary Ior con-
venient to the several businesses of said
corlHpration. under the laws of the State
of Florida.
1The foregoing chlases shall lie ,coinstrlued
as independent business objects anid Iow
e-s. and the enumeration of any specific
business or power shall not lie held to
limit or restrict in any mlannier the busi-
ness, object or power of this corporationn
i.
The ainount of tlie capital stock of sail
(cori ration siall lie went y-live t lioisan
dollars to bex' divided into two hilindired anii
tift" shares of thle liar value of One lliun


dred Ibollars ia ci,.li.ll or any part of the
capital st.ocek iif sail ciorplioral tion Imy beu
pa alhle in o ir i ntld forl tl Ip rc1ella of
roer r d serit THE NATIONAL BANK OF JACKSONVILLE
uiaton thelreof. to he fixed iv the olard
of Directors. at a iiceting to be called for JACKSONVILLE. FLA.
that lpurplise.


I CAPITAL $300,000


SURPLUS and UNDIVIDED PROFITS $414,760.91


The term for which said corporation
shall exist shall e nine-neiit-riie year 1 e issue Time certificates of Deposit. which draw Interest at the rate ofthree per cent per
Sof a. annum, if held ninety days or longer. Take advantage of this and let your sarings be earunis
Thle busillnes of said corporation sall something for you. Particular attention paid to Out-of-Town accounts, sending deposits by mail
lie codlucted iy tlte following ollicers:
a, President, Vice-Presidient, Secretarly and
Treasurer and a Boallid of not less than
Threee. inr ,orei-' thian tehiriteen diretSt Geot Hotel
Thlie i ollic. if Secretary andh Treasurer mainly S G r Hoe
lie held by the same person. St. G
The IBoard of D)irecto:s ilanv aiiapoinlt
sbordinate olicers of this crorat EUROPEAN PLAN. _
aniil all other officers having siucli pow-ers, EUROPEAN PLAN.
duties anid teris oif office as may lie so -i
scrilbed y the b -la-ws I r their ap- Rooms: 75c, $1.00 and $1.50 PIRs.
i l ilitl s (it- b.% thir in IERSON.
|xiintlmeint. The Director s shall lie elected I P E
lhv the s:,ckliihilers at each anilnuaiil t- ONE 317
ilg. all otlie ollii-ers shliall bie elect ted ani -
nuiallI llv tlhe D)irectoi. The annual MRS. GEO. W. BROCK
eietilngs ,of this cirporation sinll Ibe held M S PROPRIETRESS.
oni tie -c'ioiid Mondav in April of eaPcli
year. The date of tlie annnual nIletliii
imayI lie changed liv the hyi-la\ls.
Thlu sto ekli l lers shall eet oil the il l I l I ith t I t I I Iu I Iu u I I I i I III I Ittt I II
dav if April. 19M1. it lbeilig lhe fihst annual- I 1 1 :t Il I 9t *1 1 11 U I *II11
meeting ,if the stiikIohhlrs (if tlis holerr- h
Sat 0 li f l, JOS. ROSENHEIM SHOE CO.
of adopting lv -laN\s. hohlin the lirst e'ee- 9
^ d! '^ I MANVFACTVRERS AND JOBBERS OF
tion of oflivers and completing tilt- orgatli* MANFACTRERS AND JOBERS OF
nation of this corporationn. and until the D 9
colliers elected at the tirst election shall be 0 4S
qualitied. tlie liusiness of this eor ollrati shall be conducted byI the following otli- I DID
i-ers: I). L. ]hitll resde. President .1. E.* W I
Kiichler. Vice-Plresilent. and A. (;. .olhn-ill
son. S-eretarv anil Treasulrer; and 1). 1. I A
liathlone. .1. E. Kuiiler and A. (. (;. loi S A V A N N A H, G O I G I A
son, directors. 4
6. I Best Shoes Made for Commissary Trade."
The highest amount( t of indebted iiness orl
liahililtv to which this corporation shall I I 1.1 I 1 M *...>*II
iat aiy time subject itself shall I". twice !
tle ainioint of its authorized capital stock.
7.
The namlies and residences of the sil- FUEL AND BUILDING MATERIAL.
scriers and ilnorlorators of said corpo-
atiion. together with the amount of enpi-
tal stock subscribdll for iv each are as fol-

.1. F. Knelllll .Jacksonville, l ten Southern Fuel Supply Co.
P. L. liathlbine. Jacksonville. Fla., ten
shares. Anthlrct, rmnm adf BlkmthAl UrnH, *omr tho ,-J&, r Pa s.
.\. G. .Joihnsoii. .Jacksonville, FHa.. ten
shires. Foot Hogan Slreet, Jacksonville, Florda.


State of Florida. (County of lDuval. ss.
Before mle I'er onally appeared I). I..
Rathlione. .1. E. Kucihler and A. (. Jolhnson
to ie well known and klnon to, n n ioe i to lie i XK3%%%6ISi
ie individuals descril.ed inll and who exe-
entel1 tihe foreging charter. and the-y sre. ARE YOU INTERESTED IN
raillv neknow ldged before e Iie that the v
i* I t-he ssi le for fill- purposes therF IUFv
-1 ;'. "; a, ad o""", ,,' ." TURPENTINE AXES?
":I.l dav of Februar. .\. I). 190.L
.1 \MFS 1Y .,L. i _____

M'v lonmiiioni expire- Dec. 2. lt9. A has on merit
has on merit
THE BOSS HUNTER. The RIiX rd Axe alone establish-
Captain W. J. Hillman Appears to Have x tle greatest reputation of any edge
the 9go6 Record. tool ever sold. If you want something to
For tile ii I,i rd on the hoiiorl ;i(1 h u p keep hands on your place
!.iv-. Ink. Ili 1. hie La lk )inioe;-i It sil e-
lhlil aplin Ilillui in hIs ben aidin 111" THE RIXFORD AXE
-i ftilr ai th I -i ,'ilit S is 1' |l ld | I
lfrol rI porl i i -a 'e to -tate t-hn h|
(';itlin l Ili iisin s i ,l d t llll l ilist ut his iuh
il I ll'. 'IIu.. II, iI- i _o.Il '.ht, ami I a- If you expect to use them order now for
-ollln V.\4.,,h.n1 hiri do. '.l.
sii REi P T the IIsEDIAND is greater than the supply.
MORE PHOSPHATE PLANTS.
Dunnellon Phorphate Company Has Added
Two New Ones. Bri s Hardware o
Th )iune lloih ltn W hHih. Bri g s Hardware Co.
lust i-,ii1lihhtiid t lhe hiii nlir,,l of t% ,i,) lii. Oc- $ tt
l'ph1 ;it. -i, 1 l i, iU, l i: i i \ iii.on. Sole Soutbern Agents
Ai 0' h ar.e in ':,''aitai. lh "),,'- VALDOSTA. GEORGIA
lI.llll I'h., llh, froln Po~l'l Ingliol. i %%%%33 1i%%%%%%%%%%% %







8 THE WEEKLY INDUSTRIAL RECORD.


The Naval Stores Export Company Issues a

Statement,


IToilltheStockInhihlers (of 'Ihe( N a val St(Il'5
Expor41t Conipan
'I'1( lle annual Illeeing of tile ;tockl holdl .1.

,-, Ifv. FiII ori la ll (lit .\1iril 100 at N0 cli I ll ie-~ '
Ihlere "ill Ili lsn i' ll-lled ili- i-d rle-jIII If

till-mvnIlto1 iae afi vlrs fiorit 1g bol ill Y* r

endngllI ;it al ti- e lug (if li\i vill reeive fi-.itie
formaii 4lii no iv lilpathileIiih4 I'4-Ii illr ~




:1114, jolt \ill it .1 4I ntI o :ll. \\liSh- S "4-.
I. bill- A-. a :lle4li ng (Iif 1:4h14.l ll-I $9.

Ill i lg il o i lil- ioll I h isJl 414 1 aii IlarY i



\ 1 fl o. ill-Ill llt v.hiit t 5 1 1 le,
c ll- ni 414iltV. :iiI C4 *-ri'4i i4d I te elIll
alid -s-1' 4b-llleni-- Uoli4 544 1-\14i. voitCpl 114


a 1 : 141 1 a s 1(4' .4t t 41. it. ca 4il II4 4- ito v i f bill.


THE BOARD OF CONTROL.


I ereit of a lwlot 41,1(n1, (ii it, llt s-a tdilld
billis payable.
,Trie entire indebtei-dne-ss of tile moll JI;ip10.
rl4-jreselle It\ nolty141es and14 aliloult ilm. as ive
ha- ]been pa1id.
I'lie tno- gri-*iuelit. to( s4'w1lre thet
t~io-enty-liooe stoekiolder~ls. %%-ho. fill- the pur-"'
poIse 44 aidin~lg this i-illip~afly inl Illarilliilg
it-, lo ani-,. gav e lilt- eiomilaniy their nI t Vs
for each, t --lil ts beet-l satihitiel. an Ii tile
l14itti-s let i iied to14 theii respeethi e 11takt.
Ti4 ci-4libntIanly 1144 Iio ]os cash in Iaiik a p
Iproill ia -lv $300,40114II) 1 Ietlher N itl it.,
\'i'arehollsHil ie Coilla(:ly tile estimated netl~l
'a n -, Ii.f %Iiliil is -1a ll K ) il ;is ovell
-i4 Un oillected balai4s. xhivIl bill final
accounting 1g iif till- delVil IieV. loade414 1 l~al
N l j Ill (Ille I tlil, i (Ilill till 1- The le 44 l',' 1i
ulnlsIttled balan ce's(ll.51ii the -Illlllan) lif mliii

Iv to IIUKK) bltie this (i. llljtalll (lit unsettled
-,i s-k s ,Iiciiallt IiI. rqetf oIi r~
llt l14-rsIn ait thet (iom11an1V5 anilimal meiet-
ing;. ait %%Ilihi ime111. ais No- ie i h\e stateidi hiere-
toifo re. cni-irate (eal-:4 41 statemeiints (If all1
th14- c-illiIaflls trantsactionls m-ill be* pre-
of thii( stocikhoilders.i
T'Ei N.\NALI ST( tMES I-A '( lrr 'it


BIG CONTRACTS FOR SEWERS.


It Is Satisfied with the Work Now Being Jacksonville Makes Improvements in
Done on the State University. Drains and Sewers Approximating
X200.000.


TI(e Irtg1ilar li4ntlily,, Illeetill:g (f tinh
State ]4l'r oof I' Killatliohal Control was
Ilehil in I(; iii-.ill M1iilnday. sa-ys the
(lainllville Sun. iland Ioltwithsl;andiIngi that
notliing outside of tihe reiullar roultinle of"
Ilsiness wl;s tranlall It. till- hloJd ws.
late into thli nitight finisling its lalars.%
ThIere wrTV pr,>I-.1nt ;at, this 1)meetinIg 1lb1n.
N. '. Itrivan. of .llavkoniville, cihair1an:
I)r. A\.. L.. roi of EFtstis: Ion. P. K
Yonge. of )Plnsilola. tnll SI''e tiliar .1. ( .
Kellnn of TlUiliaIssee. Ilon. .. ('. Iaisden.
tihe lw il l '111 fr 11 1 L i l ,iv\e ('ik. aIll(ll Hon.
T. If. King. of Ar lcadi. (lth t wo rinIla ini:t
Iiineli Allning other, attendil: l theI ine ling
wIe'r DrI. .\nh'ilw Slidd. i <'laiden(. inlf
I'rof.P. II. 1. olf,. director og agricuiltiure.
respec anli PIof. i1. A. .M'pliree. president of the
1monen's ( college. at Ta;llah lasse. who is
acconilianied by his wife. W. \. Ailwards.
of tihe firin of IAlwain'r & \\'alt tects for l-o 0 ill att'lldanClli '.
During tihe- day tihe Iord visited the
uliv'er'.it ground's, whel're a locItion for
live \p ilings- three bla.rns and two cot-
tagrs filo r the 4'X\|nrillnt;l stitioln. W '
selected. 'I'lle viitors noted til- progress
libeing n;ade o the uiniverli Itlihling'.
andil appeared to iphe plerf-etly aliflieol with
'the manneriii in wlhicl th :in i.re Ibeing air-
riHd on.


$200-000.
,('l llt 111itsll4e il[ r(li al.')ro ila ho-I

341i j011iti1 I (Itee o llf *- :.11141 feet "1 f tiii
s401 Ier iluldirilig ilIii- JIrvelnt. ar :It :1 Viit
-%t tll.- iletitillg of tllle boarnd of bond111
oIpleneid folr this II 441k anlc d all 4f lilt- 1,14i-.
II lie fetied tiI tilieC l- cotmm itte Iit powler

to ( t* il e 11 011I1111ittt-4- Inet 1. c4-ltN-daloc
141 a-I ti- and at1 Ie itt e ( owl 14 stracltI fi
for -40145 to 141. It.- I IHrtrils.
W'hIile the hills Wverifll- (-ille Il
ti 4 (of dItainils and14 eboboes o (Ifil irenitt 5;iZP
,Ilt Na:rioi-~ sI ret-is. I 114 t411 otal amoIII i 41`
-:eahi ))ill %%-;15 foiwt et 114:14 14ill) ndte motratet
TheiI total., (If thil I :1rious1 loi415 ree-C e-Il
Avere a ;s follows:r
Forl Ih nsitls .I. F. BrI aiti & (o1. $I5V)*243.
:3S: .1. II. hIlarri-. -*1111.664.(4.4: ItIiak &
:114: .1. X. C. SIcI4ktonI. -$124.4jS111.
F-ior Sei-wrs -.1. 1 II -11:111. *I7j;64".43i
IIIr vin & 0)~.. AN-421t5.42; .1. N. I Stock -
NN'. T. Cotter4-. $147.-446.77.
tiii -elI 11141rwok. aigree 144 lit-gill 11:\ '-'::k
IIw-.'4% i I il ,19 and14 complete it It ~4i
I. 19tr7.


111333 S@t~iS 1 I I3t~ei31141 6*31,11191110#11


J. W. Motte.
President


C. I Parket
Vice-Pres.


James McNatt,
Vice-Pres.


W. W. Wilder.
Sec. & Treas.


John R. Young Co.,


Commission

Merchants.


Naval Stores factors. Wholesale Grocers.


Savannah MS Brunswicl. Gas


A a ikm.aAAauam amo.us.Mao .suuu mm u M so DUEbmomQM*A


1*'It 11,40618 1* It t l I I Itt 14 I t4l 4 11, I i l 01 I t I I I l I I t I 1211,

MERRILL-STEVENS CO.


SBoilermaking and Repairing

Still Boilers and Pumps.
SSHIP BUILDING and REPAIRING. +
4 4
Jacksonville. Fla. (
SI333I *1 44**4t t II11t *: it I 11t 4*4l 11 itlltllklllll 1 4



SUMMER LUMBER COMPANY

JACKSONVILLE. FLA.

Rough and Dressed Lumber

Long Leaf Yellow Pine.
BOXES AND ORATES.


W. J. L'ENGLE.
F'resident.


J. W. WADE.
Vice-i're-ident.


E. G. HUGHES,
Sec'y and Treas


Union Naval Stores Co.


MOBILE, ALA.


PENSACOLA, FLA.


NEW ORLEANS, LA.


NAVAL STORES FACTORS.
.........DEALERS IN .........

Supplies for Turpentine Operators.
Can offer at present quite a large n umber of desirable locations in West Flor-
ida, Alabama and Mississippi Liberal ad vances made against consignment. Cor-
respondence solicited.
Principal Office: MOBILE, ALABAMA.



CAPITAL STOCK $300,000.00'



SJacksonville Naval Stores


Company

JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA


A NEW COMPANY
Will do a general naval stores commission business. VWe
Guarantee Savannah prices upon day of arrival, and to make
pronlipt return.


A MUTUAL COMPANY
Each shipper invited to become a stockholder.
It is but fair and right that tl;. operator should share in the
profits of the selling end of his product.
S We have anmple capital and facilities to take care of our
customers. Your business solicited.



Jacksonville Naval Stores Co.

Blum Building, Rooms 21-23 Jacksonville, Florida

D. C. ASHLEY, Pre-ident. W. P. ROBERTS. V. P. and (ien. Mirr.
J. ;. CRANFORD J. F. FENDER C I. THROWN J. N. BRAY
S It R E-PR. iS DEN T r
Ss i HE. Secretary and Treasurer
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TIE WEEKLY INDUSTRIAL RECORD. 9


FOREST POSSIBILITIES OF FLORIDA.

A New Interest Awakening in Rich Timber
Resources of this State.
RIichly endowed. like her .i-ler St (;a -.
uith a wealth of forest restlie~-, l"lorild;l
invites linliberinell. The chief southern
pines-longleaf. shortleaf ;I., lohh1,ly
together xwith presses. Iwhlich foiril lihe
I>asi.s of lumbllerin indlltr ill tinh East.
extend into tihe Sale. a;illl. wilhl snme
( 'linai, 's iln tl. c, im sit ,. 'ion l .f tlh forest
there. offer ;ll)iluiiI;lllt supplies of w\ell-
tried limlbers. ( nhlian pine. whihii hal. a
sellt :ed growth aloling thlne coa;l plain of
the South inll gelal. is ahlnlidlnt alml
its w-estern ('ioaist iln pr1lii It:nil or ill
mixture with lh.;inlntf phin o itl 'y[pre-.
At the so ithern eld iof l1., StatI '. 4i r' t
sw-4 nips a\l;lll l (h i tihe 4-4 t ilaniils
along thel southern sihoire-. nilin .a;ll ill
goIl 41uantity a\wnlil ti' ;iN I-"in;lly. ti I
;'.iv l store' iltllnlitl'Y. \llie. (lila\\I s "Irii-
ci|ilally iupnf hior Ihiai't.i, f Iitl i'1 pl ';if
pines., find ;it FI .rid ;I p leg t ifol- sit r o'f
supplies.
('Cllan lpine seems destiinedl for ImIor iln-
* portllnt c(nmiiercial uII tlha it has hi:ih-
erlto enjoyed. Its woodl i- s at all inferior o thatl of longleaf pine.
witll which in soine loHnlities. it is cnt
indi criinio t re.. Fo 11 ire -r a;t ive iit ri-
Inlent its relatively greater iorosity ul;ly
lIllake it even lmiore vall;nbleh for speiti-
'erv'viccs than is I ,lonlenif. In tih, past tihe
( rl>han pine lands in' Florida l;ive lien lutit
sources feel llte stroi(.nger pressure of (d,-
nandl. this tree is certain toii rc'ei\e it-
full share of utilizdtion. The superior
grade of resii whi.ich it pirodilnes flrtiher
ad.ls to, its ollmmer(.ial value.
Already there are signs of incra4ed at-
tention p to lhe Floridal pinm This is sllowpn
iy the valls wrhicn h have recently lbeen aniiIe
on the Nationsl Iore-t Servic~ for ill nfr-
nmItion andl assista ln effort which lis inmae. though vanly. a
couple of years iiago t.o *rilare tlhe apl.ssac
of a hill providing for co operation Ie-
twdPen the Nationll (lovern nd ht and ti State of Florida. Several private owners
have applied to the ()overiinmint for work-
int plans under which o iiianageii pine
lumlnlwring toins'rvativel l v. and on. a li|li-
cation is for a tract of ].;410.(01 acres.
Trh:s tract lies on tliv wvest coa-t and
consists of very low lallds with a stalnrl
contpos'ed clhiefy i.f (, i'han pinel aind y-
press. It i's sulljct to onstiant tlo ldiifi
during tlh rainy s.al i. :alnl tile wt\;ilr
retardsl thet growthI of timn'l'r i eriohiily.
1iis has iroughlt oitll tIh lIUstion wh- eta iri
mulch of tlhe hlnl may no.t he dr;ined wilth
iout too great expensee. If 'llnollnie ll &:ill
age ca.ln tIh carried out on a sillice"ntly
large scale. it is expectedll- at that he ralt
of growth and the quality of pine tilmberr
on thousands of nares may |Ie verY' grvat'l
improved. Timlber is the only available
crop on siil h land. for it is too anmly for
agricultlnre. so that whatever will iin-ur%'
profitable timlber crops will lIn:In it il,,
only conmmer likely to have. Detailed situy ,on tli


gro.md % ill I.e necessaIry to fleivrmine juil
hal advantages ldrai'i;ge will secure. B. R. POWOELL. CHAS. 6. IIHARRIS. HENRY ASHLEY.
I ,lriida forests are unforltulatelv e\ President. Vice-President and Treasurer. Secretary
Imposed to great danger from lire. ;In lii-
th'ey are like the southern forests ill ,-ii DIRECTORS:
ral. tit tihtie plratiee of hilnlli'n tih' B. R. Powell Chas. 6. Harris, D. II. McMIllan. P. L. Sutherland, R. V. CoIvlnton.
grotillii iver Io i improve lgraz. illi i' lirlllx
-sta ldi-h d. l l and w here \ver this is ithe ,* s.
,lilte I,,.t is specialall, threat,,e ie. i TH E
dlilliulty will doubtle, ss l Il. ,et witi i ll
tle et- t tio clang' e thle ell'l omll in % I -
.' :'." i' :i'"'.;; i") ",'." i 0 Southern Drug Manufacturing
that I hu lill i"es i n p o It i'llil n ve lrazin"l ill
the IOIl root1, lie on.-,iiI it kills ollt the h mor' l1T
ahhli. le ra--es. TI.e, adilmit llat tt, Com pa.y
flor'; e op on I It" oiKen 'forest slaidl ,.
lthe reg'ioll hI,.- he.-n stIadily d.eteriora' iiil Corner of Forsyth and Jefferson Stb.
lurin lthe palt forty vearJs aa a resuoltn ,
til"s, ilnini-,s fire-. Jacksonville, Florida.


PASTEURIZED MILK PLANT.

New Enterprise Promised for Near Fu-
ture at Grand Park.
l.-iik-ii nille is toi lIa\ a 11 scientific milk
and food phlnt. SIteps are now being lake
Ifor, lite organlizatii l o lf isu h an ll ile teli el
onl an ex\tellive scale. and tilhe plant, it is
;iid. will le lo-ated at Randd lI'ark. which
is most I.I-nirah.lyk adapl tI'i iti 'li ilis4'I'' I '-. Then1. is o1lltt oM e'
pla itl tlil- kiond metti mied il tilt Soi'th
today, andi that is at A.tlantah. The pro-
-e-, i. ihterr,-t; ig. The milk im.I er-a1, i.
after it leae thle crealmerv. is .iil ptiid
into at large gitatilting viat. where it i-
thlorioughly mixed. The milk is thelin passedl
inito ia liidlliil ili \\ilr walled to its nlrnial.
temperaelll'l \whi-ch is lnecesar illn order
to remoll\e llt for)eignl sI)ubstanIces.
After this process.' is golne thronI g w\itlh.
ilthe milk passes itno a cvlarify ing machine.
Thii.s wolndierful imac4hinle rils all tilhe rate
tlo several tiihotland revolilt ions per Ii-l l
Iue. All impuritiesl are riemioved by thiis
ireans that llte milk mav have i absorbed
either in thi1e hlarn or ill the handling.
'The miilk then passes- into a paste1rizer.
where it is heated to a temperature of 1'i8
,le.i. e. Fah relnheit. whiere.li all harmful
an-ceria are destroyed. It is then passed
into a lIottoling machine. There it is at
.I(e 'Vsealed and placed in cold storage and
kept ready for distribution during the day.
The manner in which lthe milk hottles
:.are wasvhed ami sterilized is novel. The
liottles are first killed with hot water and
alkali, which uls. and dissolves tilhe grease.
conveyed to a; section of tile mac-hine where
all iparticles of filth are removed. Then
tlhe hlottlle,- are tlhorollihly rin-ed illn pure.
,lea rNater anI are thIen passel to Ian-
other section. \here they are well steri-
lized. The bottles are washed inside andl
oit hy this wonderful altolli at;'c iiachline.
operated hy a fore ipnIp of freat power.
The butler Imade at the plant is tirlm.
llpure. pa,-tlnrized cream. The bluttermiilk
i- bottled and handled the same as s\\eet
milk. The latest inlpro\ed machinery will
h;e installed in .\ery depart, melt. It is
)Irop:osel tlat tlie delivery nagonls of lthe
Icompaniy are Ito be illn iarge of men inll
white uniflormis.


FIFTH A VENUE HOTEL j
Madison Square, New York.

American Plan $5 per day. European Plan $2.00 per day
The most famous representative hotel
in America. New as the newest, always
fresh and clear. The location in Madison
Square is t e finest in the city.
HITCHCOCK. DARLING (D. COMPANY.
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JACKSONVILLE. FLA.
NOW OPEN
l.'ndr new management. Thoroughly |
renov\ated and repaired throughout, in-
(hlildig ti ew electric elevator and our
owni electric light plant.
H. N. O'NEAL. Prop.


Wholesale Drugs i Commissary Supplies
We solicit the 'I urpentine and Mill 'Trde anl will le glad to qIuote prices on
anything inl th drug line. We make packed drugs a specialty and can save you
money. Mail orders are given prompt attention.



?he EVERETT HOTEL
325 WEST BAY ST., JACKSONVILLE. FLA.
Centrally located, thoroughly repaired and renovated. Newly furnished. European plan.

G. H. MASON, Proprietor.



HOTEL WINDLE,

15, 17, z9 East Forsyth St.,
JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
American plan, $2.50 to $3.00 per day. European plan, $1.00 per day up.
Center of city. First-class in all appointments.
C. B. SMITH, Proprietor.

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J. W. WEST,
President.


D. M. FLYNN.
JOHN E HARRIS.
W. J. KELLEY.
Vic-Pr.esidotoo.


R L. RcHMOND.
Sec'y ad Tr'ca
D. R. WLLAMI
An't See'y and Trea.


WEST FLYNN & HARRIS CO.

GENERAL OFFICES GERMANIA BLDG. Savannah. Ga.
I WEST BLDG. JacksonvIlle. Fla.


NAVAL STORES FACTORS.


NAVAL STORES RECEIVED AT SAVANNAH, GA., JACKSONVILLE,
FLA., AND FERNANDINA, FLA.

Wholesale Grocers also Dealers in Hay. Grain and Heavy


Harnes.


SOLE AGENTS the Celebrated Union Turpentine Axes,
SOLE .A E 1 0N- and Wilson & Childs Philadelphia Wagons.


SAVANNAH, GA.


MERCHANTS WAREHOUSES.
JACKSONVILLE, FLA.


TAMPA, -ILA


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J. I'. Wiij.lI.xm5 l'resideat
T. A. 3.xN %-nd Vi ei-cI'rtesident.
H. L. KAY mu'. Secretary.


.1. A. G. CARSON. 1st Vice-President
.1 F. DITSENBURY.3d Vice-President
D. (. White. Treasurer.


J. P. WILLIAMS COMPANY,

NHRIL SIR[ES NDo I ITON fiCORS A ND WHOLESALE GROCERS.
Main Office SAVANNAH. GEORGIA.
Br.h Orice: PENSACOLA. FLA. i Branch Grocery Houae,
Brann orie JACKSONVILLE. FLA. I COLLtMBUS. GA.

Naval Stores Producers are Invited to Correspond With Us.


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THE WEEKLY INDUSTRIAL RECORD.


INDUSTRIAL RECORD.

JAMES A. HOLLOMON. Editor-in-Chief.
J. O. LarONTISEE. Associate Editor.
A. H. MARSH, Busines; Mantaer.

Published Every Friday.
gMkr'ri (Domestic). ..3.00 Per Annum
Son rIPrlTon ((iForeign) .... 3.50 **

"The Pine and Its Prod cts."

All communications should be addressed
The Industrial Record Company.
Jacksonville. Fla.

Lranch Editorial and Business Offices at
and Savannah. Ga.

Entered at the Postoffiee at Jacksonville. Fla..
a., econdl-olas, matter.

A.\dl,ted bly tlih E xcuti\e ( oillniittee of
till- "1 ul 'll tiinltrlle l'r tol'' A_\s- ciatioln
Sepiteiiiier 12. I'.1M2. is it. exvf-li.iv e olli-
eial organ. .Adolted ill allililnl conenii tion
Seoptentiir e11 as the or,'an also .f thlie gel-
eral association.
Atlopted April 27t1. 1903:. a; the oicial
organ of the Interstate ( ;ine (;rower,' Ar.-
sociation. Adolted S the only ofliciaIl organ of tile T. 0). A.
('omme'ndedl to lhinlmr | resolultioln adlolted'll Iy the (Georgia Sawmill
Association.

THE RECORD'S OFFICES.
Tile |ihiihinig plint and thle main of-
tices of tle Iiilndstiial l;'teord Comlnpainy
are( located at the iiintrsection of Bay and
Newnan Streets. .lacki-onville. Fla.. in tihe
vwry heart of thei great turientine and
yellow pine industrie-.
trade of the entire Sionth.
Thle l wc viiiinall. i;a.. oflli.e is in tlie BIoarl
of Trade Bi liling. Savaiinal is tlire lead
ing open naval .tores market in tile world.


NOTICE TO PATRONS.
All payments for advertising in the In-
dustrial Record and subscriptions thereto
must be made direct to the home office in
Jacksonville. Agents are not allowed to
make collections under any circumstances.
Bills for advertising and subscriptions are
sent out from the home office, when due,
and all remittances must be made direct
to this company.
Industrial Record Publishing Co.

\atlch thie Ihcord fi, r tlie next vear.
There will he a great deal to give out in
the way of important d ill naval store-s ami IIIIn|l. cir'les.I.

On tihe (ev' of thle in,\w year in the naval
store's industry tilte operators ihoild make
a re-solution to -tudy ev.ry iphase of thi
indun'try ean'refllly and with a deterniIina-
tion to see that the pll'esnt )lri(-s. whliill
are no 1n1e t;llan till' lirouillltsi of lheir
still merit, ale inaiitaindl. IiTh,.os wlho
arln in a islitioll to kino anld il iw havll
been giving tlhe matter a great dfial f
study (li mtli t lhalt ll next yalr ill lee a
nllllltll'r olf illnnl irtanI: dil e% Illllo lnt, lls an
that tIhe oi rators ill hllli ave 1 to lis
(rai( and anl aggr,-i\>e [, olicvy to ))rot<, t
tll'-he 'It-lv -s ailnst tl h:. wifI ill seek
to pull pries down. TIhe loprators hav.
"eollnrollehd |1ri',- dlrningi th ;, past; l' 111e 1
foir yarsi al 111Yd Ier ;iin if tlly. stand t ',,tl ,ihr.

From tlhe s-oeet-h of Go-vernor ltro\\ard
deliv'rd at tIhe foot of Main ,Strlet in
thi., c 'l"y Saturday. niLit. it woul.l a;1 ear
that hi's draillnage schenm is not :is p-0pl1ar
now a,. Ie wouhl lik h o li1a;r it. 'lThe ;ov
er
the general tti;l(.k 11. inalld on h lle hpe--r
of tinhe Slate. 'The' attacks lihav l]I(n
frelll-nl t f late. bl1t llone of fhi.ll l hiao '
vontaillem d anyi dr'nr' of nlrl inrllf- along
any lile. '"lIh. pre.--, at. a ruhe has nwit
a ef" r in his deltrminliation to drain tlhe
great Floridh sxainp. It hias only dis--
<-sseld tlh pian 04 1 its nr'i t amid after
a stildy for two year' !,as arr'l al Ihl.
<'nll lltsio liat lile -'heillfl i- in inl|l['a
tival one. 0'1rtainl. lli Governor 4 f llor-
ida ougl1t ito ac-, rd to thi prrs Stat.e a fren rioni in tllle-.il ;,n I|leS-
tion whe'rt not on1ly million-, of dollars hint
other real inte-.ets a're ilolv'ed.


TIlE WEEKLY INDUSTRIAL RECORD


APPLAUD DECISION.
\\ill hardly an exception lth prI s i-of
Hlot ida lapll t dls the recent decision of
SIudge 1, l.ocke in tlle vi(a- brought )l y lvtl-
,Soulti rll' il l L d anl Till l (r '411nianyl
against l hI l.e\ illg and eollt ionll of taxes.
for nll( props, d drainage of tlhe Florida
Evrgiladhs.-
Delpite -l.lt ildecisionis liov\'llrnor lrow-
ard las- -ilnilie l his intntioln of prose-
'utlin. tll wn'ork :ani of makinllg tlhi a
State i--nl, ill lh ll'\t caillmpaign. It is
Imore than pirolahle that the candidate
fr t lile I -iilatllur will he dellaring their;'
liN"itinll-: in refel(lle lo thll drailnage
-(hllll" t" ill olv'llrnlor. and tlIere apilear~
to In. litllh doit that tlh l slh itien linlnt of
tli Stirl i, again t this -iganlic project.
\hih wollld drainll til Stait t lieasury a.,
w ,lil a-, D lk.-chol.re h;lke. (; ;ov rno r llrow, -
,rd ill hi- Iswel dlrd iln .haksonvilhl
Saturdhll y nigl-lt lnladel it a point to deflin,
his- pos ition an I it is alplarenll froll hi-
iitleranll- lhat he hali s with hin the il plln
hrs olf hi-' calinet. Evenryt hing poiInt
to a hol anipai.,n with this lle-stionll a
|araniiion1 i--le.
There is ;i grat illistion involved andl
it is lo le hopeiI that the Inatter %%ill
receive a cal l.ful ,colsid ratioll. If tilis
is donI there is no] t llhe slightest io4u1ll
that tlhl issul w ill It iblosiltivwl l decidedI
aga illti h plan plropo-d .y tlhe iovrernor
of Florida.
In th lIe Ireauline it is to Ib hopled that!
ovrollrif l'roward will ado|l1 a mllore digni-
lield cr sl in pl're-entin; Ils arigunnlts to
thle liole of Flor'ida and not seek to
brillng into lthe olltrotersy the charge that
those pairs who are olplosed to tle plan
are n114 sincere and are inilluenield ly til".
railroad of Fh'orida. It is tile that this.
-ill-y al'1lllirlnl is leirlg dislielnsed will.
There is no truth illn such an assertion
and it is not ade \itlh a view of strlenlth-l
enlling ll argllllnlts inll favor of drainage.
illnt for til purpose, e f [ieuipllliilnl tlhe
Iinds of those who 1ar1 to pllass -Il|In thi-
nuest it1n.

EAST COAST EXTENSION.
In this week's Record we present a state-
Illenl b.y of(, of thei day hlalorers. whio lhas
relII at wollk flor tflh past six months onf
tlihe Florida East (oalst extensioin. and
whio las s-1 n II're Ilhile on Ilis way Olion. .
Thel sltatehnllt oullght to Ilf a su flicient
'efutationll to tle repo.its which have Ieen
pIblikled in thl North and even at hionile
to lhe elect t hai t laliorers were not( recei'v-
ing' tilt proern I reatmlnt.
\Vlen Mr. FHlager Uilll'rtlook this great
wo;k. tlh iliislioii of lalbor was duly oin-
.idered 1"v thlios who were tao be lentrnsted
Nwith the erxeintionll of so %vast a iroj.iect.
" grene 4,netllnn aipreviated (the faet that
it wouldn he with g.eat trolhuil that labor
wonul I e suppilliedl. Tlhet kinew that labor
w%;I- -sra, in tihr Sou1th1 a;l1d lhat lihey
w\)tllll ha\le to i1mpeort ni1in fromn theI nortlh-
rln .eilers. In dloin tIlhis t lhe%. ere also
(oinizni of t"l fact that in order to
keep thi laboihr ahnd to secure moie as lthe
work progrse-sd that the best treatnient
possibile wond ha\'e to INl alcolrdrd to lile
la.orers. They were not dislosed Ito in-
jotr, tl!eir t. allce,'s inll k rpin supple.l with
hlloIr h)y tre.ti g or allowing to li t-'athd
wroli-fillly or harslhly Ithe s ieiII w4lio wr
IiIt to wo.k Ion tlre extensiono. ll tile Con-ll-
trary they dir-teld that tihe V'ery Iwsl fa-
ilitie- for IhoIusing. feeding and caring for
tll illir1c'0t onl- have hNIen w11l carried o(t is
ilailln. Th'l e ol a iiii wi o \\%, s seen here last
Sunday. is only a cann,,on lalbrr. Ih, ha-
worke i I s ;I \ al-i ll 1o ll 11il r onh4 the i -st
(oa.'t e<\:enl ion aoil staas tlaIt Ih is treal-
l ,nlt i n I'lriih h a I we ln -oo il. N o t a
-illi'h im pllaini did Il. make. ltit ,on thei
,,1her hia.1- d had a Iea I lde I ti t h ay Ito
(oqfinll t hrll ,os,- \\hN ;I. e '1111ployinll ti'
army oif nwen Ito\\ Ion tlit Florida key- .
It is to l. re.Uretthd lIhat every time
a real 'ii rlr isr is launichelI in this
State lheire i are th-ose who will attack it
fromn lh. 'start ;111(and wil)o ill pilae rvery
old'a-l, p-sible in thl. w\ay. T"his IIas
1b ,11n tr1ll of this r :lat work. bllt report
which were ir-ilhat' l slmr line ago ill
cfrl'f l rl r to tilt tir till nt of hlliorers Jliav
I vll rel4t1 d alnd it i Iot to he lr.-sumred
that .lit companlly will ha 1, In11h trollbhr
in supply.ving labIr inll tlhe future.


t;11 the llllianllll ys I'i llylv ilen achling -
1upon1 tlhe -Isupply. It i- of \'ilal interest THE LUMBER MARKET.
to, %-11ll ii- n I I n'ell rtl'. ilii |l i h* Ilil. illll i 1
,111-.11ln-e.rs1 that Ihe a.llmont of tilhe yearly Little Change from Last Week in the
drain Uilon thI forest anld )thi qu4ltillit General Situation.
of a\vaiilale tillmber .yet stailinlg -hotiild T'Ire lias been little if any change in
Ile a-s.rlain ld. d lle lumber it nation in this city during
.a. a l|artial -lotion oIf tilhe problem, the the p)a-t week. Prices a e still inclined to
l-'o:.-t service is preparing to gatlher and advancee, tholigh they have apparently
I llli-lI annual stalis.tics uIol tlhe forest reached tile zenith.
I uh.lcs of thle I unitedd State-. Yon can lhmbher is -till scare. and buyers have
render valuable se';ce ill this important Itwen forced to lp'nd their time in tlhe
work Iby carefully filling out and 'retnlling w iod in search of material with which
thle inclosed white .ard. to fill orders. Nearly all the mills have
I'lease e tlhe return enI. .elope without order for from sixty to ninety days in
|io-age. all4 retain tlh yellow .rd for adiane 1 ah ilre nt takinllg on allny new
reference. (;IFl.'iRl) I' NC'IH)T. .nes M\.n al tlhe present high prices.


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A GREAT BUSINESS DEAL.
Thl e I llargeslllt alltt' il dieal allel-tl'lg titi.
clmnunercial interests of l.laksonville. which
lias letil i c1onsn111a1111atil hler i ln V (ars iwai
the oln of this week. when til- Knilght


Collmpan'y.
1 h 1 l deal will relilt in a cola solidatioll
aof tlh two busine-s interests. The Knight
('rl'kery Collmp'anvy l \ill novle their ilrtat
atock of crokery and kinPdred steenk to
the inagniflicent business buiibling which
hlas been occupied by the Fetting, Furni-
tire (onl)aly. T'heare tlthe wo stocks are
to lir. eolllined a: i hot h tile fit' r iture and
crockery iisine'ss are" Ilto be conducted tilon
a l'rge scale.
n retiring fribi this busis Mr. Ict-
ting eavess w ith thli knowledge tat hll hias
1 conldllled IIoe f t ll greate't blillsin
thirlrpri-,s ev r established in .ack-on
ville. Illh Ias heen one of ti(.e mot enter-
prising Fo e f I m.acksonille noerhanls t and
11;as hiai a renalkable trade.
hanl llll a (ing charge. Mr. llaylond I).



enjoyed lly ano Iiillli in tilie city of .Jak-
sonville 1. the State of tlorida. li has
associated with him sonw of the best
knllown lbusilness 111n of Florida and tlose.
whlio give. to til.e colmlany an added inter-
est and conlidence,. The light C'rocker .
company y was organized twent *-eight
ears aIgo and has beeIn for action. a large
buiinel s in this ci!. ever sinle that timt e.
The olli.er, oIf tlt- <1, l-nillnly at the i're -eit
time are Ilyavnmowl Knight. pre-idenlt ; ('.
II. lharn'es. of thl. Iarnes-.lesup ( oipanl y.
v:ee-ipresident : and ('. Finlahty Knight.
secretary a;nd trleas'r.

DADE COUNTY FAIR.

Great Display of Products Has Been on
Exhibition at Miami.
The lahde Counnto" Fair lias I'eni onl this
week and thile character of the exhibits,
slow what a remarkable advaincement
a-, been made in thi, county during tihe
lpast year.
The exhibitsl aie all larger than they.v
were last year and there is a greater di-
ver-ity. Tlhe fair is demuonst lratin to tilhe
peIople from tlte North that almost any-
thlino can Ie raised in Florida tlie northern
visitor. are taking a deep interest in the
exhibit.. Thle fair is being held in tlhe
inagnilitiowlt bihuiling erected by Mir. Flag-
ier ft.or this purpose,-' and in addition to
the exhibits, in this building there are
exhibits in tents adja-cent. The plremiuml
list is a large one and every delpartnllit (of
farming and manfactlrinl has been cov-
rerd.
REPRESENTED THE CITY OF TAMPA.

President Fuller of Tampa's Board of
Trade, Tours the South.
President \V. V. IFille:' of Tanpla's Ioard
of Trade, Ihas bee nli citingg all of the large
-ities of thle South during tilhe Ipast week.
inclulldinl .lacksonville.
While Mr. Fuller flas been n i private
business lhe 1has m1ade it a point to show
thie tilnls, of Tailpa's g ;realtI nilalllfaletlr-
iny indlulry and to pIres'enlt the interests
of 'Tliampla in a most llattering lightly.

LETTER TO OPERATORS.

United States Department of Agriculture
Wants luformation.
The following letter is being sent to all
IIaVal| 'tore, op "rato"1 :
February 2.5. 1!9N1i.
To thle Oper'ators of T'urpentine D)i-
tilleries: The -teadily increasing pIrice of
many forest productss -learly indicated


C. B. SMITH.
IMr. C. It. Siith., owner and manager of
ite Hlotel W\indle. eanne to Jacksonville
in 1S74 from Cleveland. Ohio, built the
pa-senger steamer City of Sanford in
I SI. wh\l ich pIlied betw, een IJacksonville and
Sanford. Later lie brouIglht the elegant
.ide-\\VIIwhl steamer Fannie i)llun. down
tih Mississiippi allrod il'y Ke'y W\\tit to
til'e port of .hlacksonville. and was still
later lpart owner and general manager of
thelI Inlll I.llent ine of Steanmers between
lhacksonville aInd Sanford. In 188.3 Mr.
Siith ibilt a lbusinls house on the lot
Inow IlectUliedli Iby Hotel \Windle. which was
burned in IPt91. IHe then erected Hotel
('olumial on the same lot. which was
burned in the great tfire of 1901. While the
ellllerw were till smoking. Mr. Smith pur-
clhaled material for the pre'.senl Hotel
Windhle of se"ventyv rooms l and opened it for
business Novemlber 17th. five months after
it as hurined. lie still owns and manages
it with satisfactory success. The lot on
which tle \ "indle stands was years ago
offered to himi for $1.44M00), but le did not
then anticipate remaining in .Jacksonville,
hut when lie did finally need it lie paid
about $10.0004 for it. 'The hotel is run on
the American and European plan and is
modern and comfortable in all its aplpoint-

Mr. Smith is a vigorous. progressive bus-
inests Ilman and has shown remarkable en-
terpr'ise inder many difficulties, having
been twice ullrned out. but showed his
faith in .lacksonville by his works, being
tie tilrst Inman o) (ommllllen(e rebuilding and
tirst to finish and llopen1 for business after
tlhe lire of May :311. 1101.

MORE TIME FOR CARS.

Sawmill Men Have the Question up Before
Georgia Commission.
There has bieen a meeting oif the (Ieor-
gia raiilroad ollllission llluing the present
week. One of tilhe Imatters whillh has been
IIunder consideration i the question of cut-
till dlown t Ihe free time for ears at tihe
prts. The sawmill men took this mat-
teir lip c.111 timlie agoi ani1d it is believed
hial their i 're o. let Iw ill I, gralited by the
comillissioln.
The order direct ing tle i eorgian Soltheril
anld Floriai and lthe t\latntic aind Itirin-
inglihanl r'aihlroaids to show cause why their
classification should not he chalng;ed and
their local rates reduced was to have comne
Ulp for hearing next wI'eek. hint at thlie re-
qu1est of reI'presentatives of the roadls the
hearing lias leein .postlloned. No definite
date hlia vet been tixed for this inatter.










THE WEEKLY INDUSTRIAL RECORD. 11



THE CHRISTIE-GROO VER DU co.,

WHO LESALE DRUGGISTS.
)-MYU YOUR DARWIM AT HOME AND SAV TIME ANT MONEY. JAOKSONVILLE, FLORIMA.


Review of Naval Stores for a Week.


SPIRITS ADVANCE GRADUALLY.

One-Fourth of a Cent Was the Daily Gain
for the Week.
-\ der-iddh l lVrll' Inl<1'llr'\ \ I -IlOH ll
lihy the spirits turpentine miarkel lhi-l Mon-
iday. reputations being 1, it a cilnt hi il'h
at tlh clo-e than at t Ili l..nilig. In Il'
late trading a small -;il an advancee of II io: f a. vent1| 4 "'r, t U l.' .-
ing price. Tlrhe tai kel oilitil tilt ti hat dI.l
tirni at 4i! the price heing unlcha;lged froi tlhitl t of lit
clo.c floor til- day i 'tore. 'it lioi % tirilU at aln advance ot i of cillln. will
sales of 25 .tlk-. n making llh lt.ll ;hilr-
for tinhe y 4:1 v sk-. The tre ptl ftl
the- day were 41 iask- ali tlihe ilpline:,

uiiark \I.as i q oiioi d ait 7- e t i -. illh i\ it1
donll kiie rk t cii iot- l ;I 4li i. F'II u st r-
were reported in fair dieilland at lio ient-
for .NMay-Augult delivery.
'I' l rosin market opeh l firm at prinn e.
bielow \vhich \lere llulh-ll< l .iin d f'rilll till-

the opening were 5 ;it i. rrli.. T lift to;il f il
the i The 04'1 changed without ifurtlher ial. A\fr clo
ing hour. all ofrerinigs \lere lake.n al an
Idvancl' of receipt, for thel ,lay \eir 70l li hrrlj andl
the shiipment.t 477 hatrrl. all dlimetic.
T'lne New York market \a qu.4loted firm a;it
.4 It.15.
hDuring tie \reek there cnl inld an ad-
lvallr of pirt il I f o '-fo lll'ht I Ii ceilt
daily. while the ro.in market rein.inii i
stationary during the entire week at prIln -
tically Monday' ligunres.
Spirits for the Week at Savannah.
Pr ice Relt, Sale, Kxp.
Monday. Mel. ... . Tllesdav. Mch. 4i .... 9it*/ 75 2*, "2!l
\Vedpned'y.. M10h. 7...i1:,' ::1 77 :32
Thurllay. Mclh. S... !t.:, 104 .31 2ns
Turpentine at London.
l9Ni; 1i!103 l!MIl 19m:0
Stock Fel. 17._.l:.h013a 16.541 27.472 32.9i0;
Dell'd this wvk.. 1.71- I 1 .)11:3 l.9il I.:!ll
Since lan. 1.. 1l>.!M>) 10.!012: 12.:I3 2 11.271
-. I. '. d. .. ,I. -. d.
lrice- Feb. 17.. 4.S :3; 9n 43 : 43 9
March April.. 48 :t 4 i 4.5 7 44
Shidy 1) q'. .... 44 6i 3.5 1; 40 4l :!7
Savannaih ..... lic .>2(. 6l 2- 6i.'
( i includeI s .i!l French: (1I) in(.hldo. sO
IReported h.y .lal l' \\att & Son.
Rosin for the Week at Savannah.


MondIy. Mlih.. .
\\% ................ .... . l.20
W\ ; .................... i.10
N ...... ................ .3.lo
3M ........................ 43,
K ...................... 5.20
I ....................... 4
H ....... ...... . 4.25
(. .....................4.111
F ... ............... .. .11
E ............. ........ 4. .10
I) .... ... . .. . 4.141
('11.A ....... .... ..... 4.1"1


La-i Ye-ar.
.5. 15
4.735
4..,()
4. 115
:1.311

31.0111
2.953
2.901
2.S53
2.S0


recipiiit, 775. hlonenaiiit SAWII: tofuI, !2.2314.

$4.25: 1 *4.355 K *5._'II NJ~.4t N ~.ll

Tiac-ia'.v. iMlarel 7. Ibi-iti firm tiit


ALABAMA CONVICT EARNINGS.
Reports for This Year Show Great Gains
Over Last Year.

l'l'. ll ll-li'lll I. .1 1 1,; 1 111 ; ,lll ll i t.t
T11' ail lt rll 11 I he i f It IIll .h 1 | III i'.V11 v
A;llhd ol '1" Ihow h1" ;io\ I ollll. ,ill ll f kcu r l(
y r l l hf tl i l piarl illt lill, i ,di;l the il l .ro-
Ilrit. ot H1im1 -.iil ol, Il' Slat;et lr\i"'..
ai 111d tlir taIc l hlal. \\ ilhl the con1 i.tl ;irt(
likelIrr honl rd. 1< ; .m cra d fI- III n
\4illr ill the Ili'tol. ofl tl t co(- l lll f] e%. thll

1or hI" Ill Itin h111 f F1I "u wlilt"I mo'rWlo t. hi.v
al', e \a;r i\ ne sirly .2 ..I00. oniI t A tlie
lil't ailll 4 F h1 lirie- Il y a. r well lr l ton\\;r
il' ie lllllhe u 11111 l",t I a llll' of 1111i-'lal lo
ilie tlih \e r lir'or".
Fo-r th11 nI a lillh ol 1-rI I riiryV th Il r' 'eipt-
\\ rv l'l 11.:3142.-2S. ;I- ("ompaie, d to .-ll .:;6I1.716.
lan iliwir, -, ol .III .IS .11. F'or llit. ix\
tioolilh- llIlill.g \ il li l i h1 .gilling (of M\alir h
liil r. ,i-I t h:ll .r l. i'll S t4. 9 N. lli .',li. as .; (l0 ,111-
paI 'Id l o .'Slll i70.i>. one 1:1f olf ll li ,.llir..
ir to 3i 1. l 41.:1. "The aIvra,,ge nionthly r% ,-
eipt, fior t lli-r;| rell 1916 \l r ab o *ili il
cili.U f rII1. li ,lo\ I i l]' t.i. ('I'r 1o1( a, II




Southern Steamship Co. to Have Adequate
Facilities Here.
I.la-t -lililler tll 1 I' hiilelphlia ( haunler
tll' iii..ner e 1 ook ii ll the I tl -ti."lol'li
itradi ind -T\ri' l oi iirl \i loN halid %\i,-
it'd IlIIc Sila;I oIk of lle allerpri-r of
hlck-,oivilh, l,-ill-~ Il. lI and of lhr. "'lieal
opportluniltie o1l1rl iy \ llHis S ;i11t .
llt li -'I-- Ilen ot lf iiladelphia heI.-ale
illtere-t l to f1 ll ]h 11a If 4.\tent lhIat I IniIny V
v\prer Il .1 1 illingne-s to forim a liv\\
,I l 'a o 'll i v 1 li n ap n ,\ i| ne es 1 aIry.
"iThel SoIliherll Slto ni1bi i ('4 )i1opany. of
l'Iiladelplhi:. IlII ing liea] city. anll \\ hi,,h 'or fl oine t intlo d vr114 l~,
1.lying o I\ y \\We'l. ailililounlleid tIhat il
\o\ d ill k r lilt l rl of .llwk-omi ille o.in
oft lic l i lt I , d t in t I ioin.
C'onln l(lltl lI\. ;a t \\" to-w \\ k, ;ago (lli of
tlh l';lll;wer- Inlnled at M;|l |loort \ ith a
large ';r.l'r o tIl. lo. rd;l lliri-hian|-. 'l"l'ii
was.. al thailt tili1" !rrrs'fiiyV 'il ll ol
tlil- Ihick of tit i phl,-I I., | Lo and| ;|1
lift wihar\e, in .la koi illh. a, all ,'f tlhiri

IThe' S4ou,1I4rn Slt;l e-a hip ('ollCompany lio
ev.r. Iha no, I,\ Ila l '. I( \\lharf at t li,
ftoot of I.alUlri SI'tI r t. a:1141 IhereafI" rt'r le
,lock will I. u-.,l. S. italhlr lli.. \%ill I.-
li:t Il ui, t r t1!he ompllill yl lhl're. :llld oitll r"
ill'p 'o II \ lf-1114 Ill 1f. T ihll hliri e w;Irellh ll e
at Ihe foot oI thi fI irI t will i I.\- Il.
Il coolllplll \\ ill op rnt I f, via tlii cil
tIh -v Ian-llhip- \lgi'r. and tlihe SI1awnInIt.
''Thel fo'l1,1r \\ill r.I .ach Ta|1p1 a to morrow.
and didi not laik1 -.l;ick-on\ ill, on it It;i(
vi. trip Iw ;.f;il., of tih,. l.i k .f do-k fail
itir-. 'I'l h S ;li\\nint \\ill reach .,iack, |n
\ille on, l11. INsllh \illh ;I laIrge nr';'o aid on
lilt- l \l trip 1and lll r.lafh r t .lt A Igier
will al-,, moak, thii p r|it.
..I' l ollpl lll \ \ il luin n lih y mI king
,-vlli fimio l lill Ilfil,. M 6hh.h \sill It. |||- d,.
Illor' lri Illl -ll ;lI lihl oc 'on ioll re1 ui, r( .

IS NOW AT PELHAM.


(i24. reilpt- !t;is.. hliplent-. 5.73.,: -t-k-. J. F. Mansfeld Has Established Himself
1{.14.L(53. iaotihe: A. II. C. 1). IE. and IF s4.111: at that Point.
4(; I4.10 4.13: II $4..23: I .14.,5: K 53.21;: A\iiiou Ith-.. I o M i o i-Iill .aLik i. nvillt




F.. .10: (; .1<4.1004.1.: II .4.23: I .4.33: tinl r to lit him li or i r a. \ i l vw ir-. Mlr.
K $. .211 : M Ni .4.3: N .3.9 :l \i\t; . $* .21). ill thi' l :'i .' "f I1the Illrpl.llline IIt1-t.


MILLER 6 COMPANY
STOCKS, BONDS, COTTON, GRAIN AND PROVISIONS.
West Building Jacksonville, Fla. Paul R. Wiggs, Manager. Telephone 2025.
Members: NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE, NEW YORK COTTON EXCHANGE,
CHICAGO BOARD OF TRADE.
Our own private wires to the exchanges. Interest allowed on deposits subject to
check. New York Ollice, 100 Broadway.

iH. E. PRITCHETT, Pres. P. L. SUTHERLAND. Vice-Pres. A. D. COVINGTON, Sec'y.
J. P. COUNCIL, Treas and Gen'l Mgr.

THE COUNCIL TOOL 00,
General Offices: JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
Factory: WANNANISH, N. C.

Manufacturers of High Grade Tools
fup IavaSl tore Ope0rtfrs.


VIRGIN TIMBER.
Several tracts of 8.000 acres to 3..(KO acres and
several good turpentine places already open

OFFERED FOR SALE
HEDRICK'S REAL ESTATE AGENCY,
112 West Forsyth Street. JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA.

t*lI I alIltttSOilfA6&i 3i4 IAUSl5-Al t-Iil ll 133i3lllS*


, W W. CARNES. Pre-. W. C. THOMAS. Manager. i. S. C.\ARINS Se c. & T


Tampa Hardware Co.
* 9

| Wholesale
1 4
Hardware
9 4
Turpentine. Mill and Phosphate Supplies. ,

4A
4, 9

4, TAMPA, FLORIDA.
tt14 |1 4 *M**|4 t t4 I I IIIIIltll l IIIIBIII l*l I$146t


B. B. TATUM, Pres.


.1. L. WALLACE, Vice-Pres. H. G. STONE, Secy-Treas.


Keeley Institute,
Incorporated $2 .000 Capital Stock.
A branch of the original Leslie E. Keeley Institute of Dwight, Ill., has just been
opened it coiner of Park and Stockton Street'. in Riverside, where a splendid
building. equipped with all the comforts and conveniences of a modern home or
.anitarium has been secured and is ready for the reception of patients in need of
treatment for-
WHISKEY, OPIUM, MORPHINE, COCAINE, TOBACCO OR CIGARETTE HABITS.
Write for full information as to treatment, terms, etc.

KEELEY INSTITUTE OF FLORIDA.


Telephone No. 1553.


Jacklbonvole, Fla.


The Wilson Still Ahead of All Others


REFERENCES:
I. E. NORTH
LUMBER CO.
Bond, Miss.
WOLF RIVER
COMPANY.
Cueves, Miss.
POWELL, DUR-
HAM & CO.,
Fenton, Miss.


WILSON;/


AND SEVERAL
OTHERS.


TURPENTINE

1STILLS
10 to 30 bbl. cap.
always on hand


I'RONIIMT ATTENTION (;IVEN OIIl)E1RS- FOR KRI'RIHS.
S87 Tchoupitoulas Street,
W K. WILSO NEW LEANS, LA.








12 TIHE WEEKLY INDUSTRIAL RECORD.


CAPT. ROSS' BID THE LOWEST.

Bids on Project for Deepening Inland
Water Route.
('aitiain i lro eri-k (;. toss. of this was thle lowest bidder for tlhe work of re-
irini,, ;; al' d rain in.i i 1 4.' trai inii ,. w;ill in
Irirun-wNick iini'r harlior. andi raii.ing ;i jlt-
tv at thei' Iioiith f I e.Iky ('r ek. \\h l ie tilh
lids for thie work e'w. OI.neI in Savan-
nah Friday.
Bids wer'e op)Iened il tihl I'llitefd Sltatl

Ef1iii nl. t"e- lijuil'r l i I''I i iiuin\ I ral "I' I '. for
Engineer' otlier lior two fon riirnt fort
rivlr i nt 11 tr l ro ali llr ii lll rllot illt s tile
(ont1r1 ts a1re; or il *cl" i ngtll dleeplrI \\ater i
aillong tilel ilitlllid \ rlli\\;y lui \b i't\ II SII i ll-
nth anid Flernil;l lin i. tlih y rii oi inllliere
fto Flo.ida. lThei Sta\:lnni l M,,iriniit Notl.
giv'.s the follow ing, infirm:lio n <,on. the conitricts:
Thie li'argest project is fIr dredging in
tI e r lwae r tw fillr iet ils il;n:tl ;ind fr tl-
iildin.li for \\hih *:i;2..IM) is now\ ;av;ail-
rilei. lThe slecitfi. tion. caill for tile re-
minoval of 172.1M) ;l,.i< y;'ards of material.
''lhe lowh-t bidder for lhi- voilln;let \\';, P.
Sanford lims. of *lr-ry ( ity. N. .1.. wlho
p:ol,[oses In do thile dred lging fi The other project is for repairing andi
raising the training Wall in Bruiinswick
inner harlbr and ra'-ing ;i jetty at thi
inoulth of .hkyl hcre.ek. 'lThe lamoullnt ivill-
al)]e for tlhe two works of imUprovenentit
is Vi.0.0X0. Only two bills were sulinitte 1.
that of Itoderick (. lRoss of .Jac.ksonville.
for .$6i.800. thing the- lowest. The oth|
hidlder w\as lichard I'arrott. of Newliury.
N. Y.. whio proposed to do) tlhe work for
$8s4m).
There were four bids >submitted for the
dredging bid. lieing: The Southern Dredgilng Coin-
pany, of .Mobile. .Ala.. $30.hi1; Erne-t I..
Miner. of Petersburg. Vi.. -$42.570. and the


S a.nial., I.. raging I( i.npany o, f av, ., i Lombard Iron Works
In the ex.'cutiio of tl hil dre I.'.ing o,,iltract
ii. ,,,i*,,, .til, ,. ,,,,.l, li i,, I and Supply Company
ni,.nce wolk \i ill foty-li d\, after *'ll"
the ilat. of llotili-atioll t fliti, lii ii IUILDiEIS AND DEALERS IN
oif I ie \\aril. a l al 'mluiaId i l, thel \i ,rki \\ilh I
ill Ili" ,loilh' T'h' f,,lh" m,\in i,- t','
side t a ii ay in l. iI Ii,-. dfoullt inie- i



*lThe oil.j.t of thii w ,k vis ,o sn. ENGINES, BOILERS.
-halil.tIil .it achl of thlI-4. loa) .ilii -. I Cotton, Saw, Fertilizer, Oil and Ice Ma-
feet deeji at iean lo"w water. with Ia 11111- chinery, and Supplies and Repairs.
iminiii \iilth of 1041 fi-et. *Tle 'iork is lp
l, d.1oe at i .i-r l,,iiit il Capacity for 200 Hands.
order in w i -l t i wre naiiied. Machine Tools, Wood-Working Machinery,
T''lhe foll iln; alints l \\will 1.h dreI.ILh Shafting. Pulleys, Hangers, Leather ana
in 1lih. loanliti's fgiv li. thl- -v\ iiiiii'nlt, Rulbber Belting and Hose, Railroad and
re-ir\ inig tll, 11 ight IV V;-r',to i he l i i> ]ail h Mill Supplies and Tools.
tit V o Iii 1i liidr,1e ill anyi l-ocaility ill a! Plans :itd e-tinmates fiiurnished for Pow er
ilii1(illl 1,(.1. -f 'feefe. Thvl Iiidgei 1

Muil i 12.0 0I eilie yalrd: l. Iltl Ndi1 AUGUSTA. GEORGIA.
river. 1-2.I MI: .lekyl creek. :i.i.0i ii. miial
Iors.sle shol l. 12.4MMI: total. IT72.0iM.
nde. r I thiil, ei li,.iciati n ill h. ill ,hr JOSEPH ZAPF & CO.
contret." it is Iroposed to rai' Mi lo 1 \n
places in llhi t:;iining wall in 'Br.nswi ck
inner 11. r I-ho li i,,\ p i \vn+ig .toll thereieo. T
is opposile thll city of ltlrnnwick. The

rleivatin at present of the training wall To.

month of .lekYl creek two feet.
It is estimated tliut 2.(NW) cullii yards of
stone will lie ieuired to intake the 'itwork Wholeleale ealerd. in and Hottlers of
teli'i. slpeiti leiit Sixty da is l- ANHE SER-
lowed ill which to completee thle work. AN XEUSE BUSC H


Timmons BloInt Co.
W. W. TIMMONS, B. W. BLOUNT, J. P. CARSON,
President. Vice-President. Sec'y & Treas.

Naval Stores Factors


And Dealers in Supplies of all Kinds for Turpent'n3
Operators.
Correspondence Solicited. Address

TIMMONS- BLOUNT CO.

American National Bank Bldg. TAMPA, FLORIDA.
iv




J. S. Schotield's Sons Company,


Headquarters for
Distiller's Pumping
SIoOutfit.
SNo plant complete without. one.
t" Hundreds of them in use in Georgia,
Florida, Alabama, Mississippi and .
l*oi South Carolina. Write us for prticu-
I lars and prices. We also manufacture ,
** Engines, Boilers and High
S Grade Machinery,
"" s well a-' carry a full and c',unlete ,
.. --_it,4ckof
o..- Mill Supplies, Pipe,
i Boiler Tubes, Etc.
i. Advise your wants.

(A LeaJil*s Specialty at all
4 aKids of Insk Work for Turp eatle St, rwae Proseas
6e~e e 6 .l~i ale e 66 iro i4111a 6 l 6 Illl 6 I e


Jacksonv.lle, Fla.


St. Lou iis Lager Beer
Wholesale
Liquors, Wines, Mineral Waters
Write for Prices
JACKSONVILEE, FLORIDA



Florida


Electric Co.

Contracting Electrical Engineers
Sell and Install Complete Electric Light
and Power Plants, Telephone Ex-
changes. Wholesale Electric
Supplies.
Jacksonville, Fla.
a


14 West Bay Street,
JACKSONVILLE, FLA.


The CLOTHIERS

EVERYTHING THAT IS GOOD AND


Public Accountants & Auditors

Board of Trade Building


Sam'l P. Holmes& Co.
Stocks, Bonds, Cotton,
Grain and Provisions.
MEMBERS
NEW YORK COTTON EXCHANGE
CHICAGO BOARD OF TRADE
l)irect private wires to all exchanges.
Local stocks and bonds a specialty.


Bell Phone 853


Baldwin Block


Windsor Hotel


Jacksonville's Finest
and Florida's Largest
and Best Year-Round
HoteL


DODGE & CULLENS
Owners and Proprietors.

H ROBINSON. Pre, II. (;AILLARDCashier
W. H. OWEN, Vice-Pres.

Commercial Bank,
State Depository.
BRANCHES: Ocala, Fla.. Lake City. Fla
Jacksonville, - - Florida

FIRE INSURANCE-Lowest rates. Lo-
ren H. Green & Co., 9 and 10 Park Bldg.,
Jacksonville, Fla. 6mo


FOR. SALE
Lease on 125 thousand acres virgin
TURPENTINE TIMBER
Bet tract in the Rep bli of Mexico
Address Apartado Postal No. 80 Morelia,
Mich., Mexico


EVERYTHING IN
SEALS, RUBBER STAMPS AND STENCILS
Made to Order Six to Twelve Hours.

Florida Rubber Stamp Works


224 Main Street.


Jacksonville, Fla.


Coons & Golder


Tirpezi ntiin o) 0erattrt- on,


SMART IN WEARING APPAREL FOR Pipe, Boilers and Pumps
-IEN AND BO S.
E-pert Mechanics and Plumbers


Jacksonville, Fla.


Phone 1147


Cay, Shine & McCall
FIRE INSURANCE.
212 Dyal-Upchurch Bldg, .one 1955


HUTCHINSON AUDIT CO. W. Adams Street


Phone 3 2


,


r-v







THE WEEKLY INDUSTRIAL RECORD. 13


for Our Customers


Is Success


COVINGTON


SHOES. DRY GOODS,
NOTIONS. . .


JACKSONVILLE.


for Us.


COMPANY,


Wholesale


FLORIDA.


A SENSIBLE APPEAL MADE.
* A Lake City Farmer Desires to See Inter-
est in Cotton Association.
Mr. M. L. Knighlit. f Il.ak ity eii.t
out tile following a;jileal l tim te armers
of Florida. It is ain al;i;.ail iic h eve'.
cotton grower sh1ou111 11eed:
"I have heard it -6idi that am thing miuhili
lie talk'el iil (or io\\ii. ulit exlp rieinc m;l n
observation have minetied imii. tliat h,
most effective way lo1 kill ma c(rt ;in thillm
is not to iay aI.yvthlinll. aliit it. I aml
determined that our (cotton as cia Iii oni
shall not die that way. so l a-k vuiir in-
dlulgene while I miake a fe\% mi ore srat-
tering remarks to our farmierl s ( 'who nimay le interested ill our organiza-
tion.)
"In mny mind there are three steps ab-
solutely neets al. iv t he s tc- Ofs oil ur
efforts. First. conlplete oriiian;iztii. i iuni*
is to reduce their amcr1-;g, aI n i th Illerel y .-
(iofc tie- crop. Tliirn. imleirov< theln stile.
re hluc in th M iere(ilg. ll t 1IM' |iant ton this vyear. I tind(i thatl ole of our
farmers are not willing tlo rmedine their
acreage, but they ii>nt everyr other ili nter
to reduce their-. 'I Iis i. n-ot right. I'-'mach
one of us should I><. willing tmo i., what
we want others to ldo. lihe nl'rea ill lu-i-
ness remiinllt lini oif al story I iseil tio liheir
told when I wals smI iill yominigr thlian I alil
now.
"( hlfc- on la tinle i n a T.op sea'ion.l it
did not rain for several m ,eek and lthe
earth letalinme vet ry ril anid allll fail veteta-
tion tlegn to witilhr froni tlir heai t of the
sun anti tihe dryness of lie teairtli. So tihe
church people appointed a tlime andl place
where tihey would meet and pray for rain.
lWhen they had arrivedI. ione giio oldi
brother--perhaps a lpremacher- walked ouit
and looked around and tillin return- ed ti
tlie assembled ones anild in a very grave
lmalnner said: 'BIrethren lnd isters. there
is no Iuse to pray for rain just am l the wind comes froin the east.' Now. juit
as long as %e imalke lmoile cttilonl lithll is
needed to supply the dtiieani. w\e i.iiianot
expect tl gett to et e rice llliI Isitter tli.in
it is low. Thien thle ione tiing fur It. tit
do this year is to cut our are.riae and re
duce the supply iiand prices will go ulp.
"It has been demnionl tratied Iime anil
again that a short erimp will briiig a m niichi
or more money than mm lalr. omne. Now.
if three bales of cotton will get ais nilicll
llmonev a's four bales. \\here is tlie s4,i-.r in
spending time. ilair ail i money in pro:li-
# thie fourhrll,! \'oihl it lot I. mi.,i4-li
tter tou-le youlr time and money l in pro-
\cin"g soinetiliing that is nlme-iid-thlia
thlre is a demiianil for!
"1 met a gellntlmilm tile iiither t ia.\ amii
asked him to join %iitli u-. 114 -;id lhe
would not this iiar. hei e hi.e muld not
afford to i-mit Ili m, crmi i lii- ;>mirn. I ;Ik-
,.d himl if Ite hal d plem it oin m illid lminimi
toi run hlim and ihe replied mn. "Tien." I. "i-my friend., you li ha letter cut y.oulr
cotitn iacreige' iiid pla il ii mre comin ;iind
lpindlars. or Noi l will e ill the saml e con-
dition next year thliat ou are in now."
.lJust so long as \e make cotton to hill
corn and meat. jirst that lonig will %\% con-
tinue to lite thie wagginlg end ofi hi manitv.
Thle ilimni who lias plenty .f i--corn in hi-
i aind inmeat in his sminokolsli dri,-n't
have to begi tint- \orhll fori in thingg"


Trade Checks
FOR THE

(OMMISSARY BUSINESS.
TIE INDUSTRIAL RECORD manu
fractures more of them than all the print-
ing and office supply houses in the South
combined.
Industrial Record Go.

WM. D. JONES
PRESCRIPTION SPECIALIST
..and...
FAMILY DRUGGIST
107 E. BAY ST.
Iall Orders Solicited.


THE BOND & BOURS CO.
WHOLESALE 0 RETAIL

HARDWARE
SASH, DOORS, BLINDS, PAINTS.
Oils, Glass, Stoves, Tinware, Country Holloware.


10 WEST BAY STREET.


JACKSONVILLE. FLA.


East Coast Lumber Co.
ROUGH AND DRESSED LONG LEAF

Yellow Pine Lumber


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


Lots


GETTING'S


...FOR...


RNITURE


22-30


Kohn


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Catalogue


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WHOLESALE DEALERS IN

Dry Goods, Clothing, Gents Furnishings and Hats.
MAIL ORDERS GIVEN PROMPT ATTENTION
JAKSONVILLE. FLA.


Success


West Bay Street

JACKSONVILLE


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Jacksonville Grocery Comp 'y

w. ...HAM Wholesale Grocers and Distillers' Supplies.
M-ama.s Office and Wa;relouse Viaduct A. 0. L. Ry. Jacksonville, Florida


Wanted and For Sale

DEPARTMENT.

Advertisements Will be Inserted in This Department at the Following Rates:
For one week. 23 cents a line.
For two weeks. 35 cents line.
For three weeks. 4) cents a line.
For four weeks, 65 cents a line.
Nine words of ordinary lengtth make one line.
Heading counts as two lines.
display except the headings can be admitted.
Remittances to accompany the order. No extra charire for copies of paper
containing advertisement. Copy must be in this office not later than Thursday
morningg to secure insertion in Friday's paper.


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DIAMONDS AND WATCHES
We simply ask a call. We can show you, at correct and money
saving prices, many papers of loose pure white, perfect
DIAMONDS. It Is our desire to continue being the largest
Diamond dealers In Jacksonville, and our specialty is fine round-
cut gems and high-grade Waltham and Elgin Watches.
SD Diamonds, Watches, Jewelry, 0
I HESS & SL ULG R 11-13 Main St., 339W.Bay, Jacksonville, Fla.


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REWARD. l1 A .
I will pay $25.00 for tli arrest and, de WOODSMAN WANTED. I1VENTOR AND MANUF
livery to me of T. A. WVilliiais. ,color.TOR D M
heiglit alitt five feet six inlche<. weil ht \\anted at one, a live, soler. exIwr-i
175 his: prominent sear on no,*. \Villi;aml I' <'nee4l tilurllntine. woiodslman. ;live refer- Baker improved
is ; dark brown negro an d w;atll rl ; I ; eI es andi salair. explietd mustaelw. \\'1. e. l oria.N,
Dl).,,,t s,,ri. p,"n""i". **>"" ... Florda. Seamless Turpe
tf ()cain, Marion County%. Fla.


ACTURER OF THE


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ltine Stills
|T1h% W hite Steam Car! Write me for prices and outtit,
The F. hO aSv s o in t i( veorgiia. iFlor
id Ala]bam; or Mi .issipli. All
W white Steam -Car stills sold under a arnte.
JOB WORK
Through the Counlry a Specialty.
IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN Lestd Ol
The Largest and Oldest Copper Bki
AU T OMO BIL ES Works in Georgia. runswic, a.
e OW My specialty is large worms and heavy bottoms that do not leak.
Call on us and allow us to demonstrate the WHIlE. ei u i a II lI IIs 4 t 4 I4*Is41,t3 4 Ih*,,141tii*4 istt I
It is the car for service, will run in the sand or on any. O p*.lu- i A-i- -n
kind of road. You don't wait to get up steam. Standard Clothig Company

Pillsbury & Batchelder, RIV 11i "Em .
PlsburyssBs? e One Price One Price


VICTn Records and Machines the
1 l | I |R eord and Machine th. FASHIONABLE CLOTHIERS AND FURNISHERS,
I BEST, and CHEAPEST 17 and 9q West Bay Street, - Jacksonville, Florda.
Stetson and Hawes Hats. Special Attention Given to Ma I Orders.
7-Inch, 35c. 10-inch, 60c. 12-inch, $1.00 1 i 4 ** n itl $1 i11 1e i 41 t4,.4 I 11,1 t It 14 ,t1e
METROPOLITAN TALKING MACHINE CO. Vs.u*;;ranumvesuvsw ww\\\\wwk\\\*...
AGENTS WANTED e 323 Main Street. Jacksonville l. Atlant c Coast L ne
I Atlantic Coas t
THROUGH SCHEDULE
L r I. FLORIDA, EOGA. ALAA A, VI NIA,
5 NORTH CAROLINA, SOUTH CAROLINA
BROK ERS S The Great Highway of Travel between

Stocks, Bonds, Cotton, Grain and Provisions FLORIDA, the EAST, WEST, NORTH and SOUTH
CONVENIENT SERVICE, ELEGANT PULLMAN EQUIPMENT, MAGNIFICENT DINING CAR
Orders executed for cash or carried on margin.
Corresp nd.nts-M. J. sage & Co., Inc., 42 Broadway. N. V. NEW YORK AND FLORIDA SPECIAL
DIREST PRIVATE WIR.ES. Route of the DIXIE FLYER."
Im 7. Ill West ay Street. Phole 112I. JacksoevileFofrida ; Celebrated FLORIDA AND WEST INDIAN LIMITED
References-Commercial Bank. Trains MONTGOMERY. L. Q. N.
CHICAGO AND FLORIDA LIMITED)
4# CONVENIENT METHOD OF TRAVELING
W ILLIAM1 G. POW ELL, liNit (lc 'Cl st Line one tlloi-,an, mile I i'k 't, over liflt ee ti'o;nll nd el lts Of
OHIO FARMING LANDS. r.tilr:od, e.inl.i;is' :ill .,rlion, the Siulltl oil -l at )n priit t~ l w;I -. :at 1iate of
Attorney at Law, e l I.inled on Vear froin date .r Ipur-lih;- For ull. ,, p, t and reliale
);, l' |la# lY 'oIri l t- J ji frornmtl ini t rFv ,n'. ln" i;t* f h'ti lnt'ile I'ullman J r it- e. et" k-a.1, Hi .\tlantWl I ott l.inen
lin tf';r <. l ini 'i l line' 'intvCourt lous- Ticket A-. nt. "u l ite
iri- -a.ln l.e )irlit.ill c.ilred lh,.o'!!i Jacksonville. Fla. FRANK C. BOYLSiON. W D. STARK. Travelitl Pass. Att.
( 11ot'l oIidenv N% iit it a eca Dist. Pass. Agt.. 138 W. Bay Street. JACKSOVILLt .fLA.
W. C. Shoemaker, Ashley, Ohio. eal Ppe Law a Specay M. EMERSON Gen' Traf.ic Mr. W. J. CRAIG. Pass. Traffic Mgr
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S"'Florida's Greatest Carpet Store" "A Home Furnished By Us is Up-to-date"

Complete Stock of Carpets, Ma.ttings, Rugs, Shades, Etc

Savage Whitford Carpet Corrpany
131 West Bay Street, Jacksonville


NOTICE. Article VII. WILLIAM A. OURS
Notice is hereby given that the under- Tihe nalies Il residences of the incor-
signed will on the 14th day of March, A. I1. poiators and the amount of capital utb-
]!90;. apply to the governor r of t1 ,..-;.el irilbed Ibv each are:
ofFloridae e for hliehtter. pa2tenLt olan he ix', W ILLIA M A .
~of rloriin .for letterI p.et on I;c Allen. :4 -l'I"re; M. D. Riker, 5
posed charter publlished inoniel ailelv 1. ia v-lI -: G. E. lM.eNtt. 1 shliare. all of
lowing this notice incorporaiting Thle All. ; "In Itlerle ill the city of .Jack.lonville, THE OLDEST ESTABL
Contracting Company. I liii ia.
.T. B. ALTEN. .1. B. ALLEN, Hay
M. D. RIKEI. .11. D). RIKEI.
G(. E. MlcNUT. (;. e. MeNUlT. Seeds,
PROPOSED CHARTER OF "THE ALLEN i s:-' "of Ilirila'. (uhnty of Du1ral. Grits,
IC A nt otarIVy Ipulie in andl for said county
CONTRACTING COMPANY." and State. dio lherclv certify that .1. AI- OUR MOTTO: Prompt Shipm
T'lie ilildeTrsignedl Ilerebi as-ioeiat them lil 1en. I). I.iker anld I. E. MlcNutt. all of 206 EAST B
selves together for the purpose of 1'ecoirn- Iaksinvll'. 1 lorila. c:hl of whom is per-
tl e laws of t!he SIate of Ilorida. ndil have "h e :n -:ii! oiillnty an 11 :l, iwknlwldIlged. sv- kn
nadlpted the following proposed clharter: eralily. ith:, tley \. levnteil thl foregzoinn
Article I roi sle I iir:ur.
Article I. 'W ti ii-sr il and andl official seal at
The nanle fo this corporation shall le .JiTn-l:;a ivill. in -:'i ciltntv and State, this
"THE ALLEN CilXT'l:A%( T'lN; (tOM- thlir I day f li, ,hinry. 10t.
P'.NY." and i s |rin(ipal plah e of hl ii- I;:(). MII.I :r. .111.
ness sha ll 1h in tlihe iti ii f .laekionville. Nttl-ry PIhilli Sftnt, of Florida at L-artr.
in the State of Florila. Nllv mconiislion expires 22d lay of April.
Article i.
Article I. (I,,toLrial Senl) st O%


The general nature of the business to Ibe
transacled liyv this compalaliy shall be a
general contll action lbu ll. t, t take con-
tracts to construct and buill houses, gas
plants, boats: to contract and supply lia-
chinery, build railroads; to take contracts
to furnish all kinds of supplies; and to
take all kinds of lawful contracts; and to
lake I;or.gail gs to secrle lVpayments dile or
to becllome due under contracts. upon real
and pi sonal property, and to sell trans-
fer and convey tlie ;i>ne: to purchase, ae-
quire. own andl iort~inge. sell andl convey
all siuch real estate as lihe lbu1inios of the-
comany lmay ri,:giie. and engale .in a
general trucking. .1hauiling. and ii'glin ull-


JOHN W. DODGE.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,


ROOMS 4 AND 5.


JAMES C. DARBY


BOURS & COMPANY
IS"ED GRAIN AND SEED HOUSE IN THE STATE.
, Grain, feed, Garden
Poultry Supplies, flour,
Meal and Fertilizers.


ment. Reliable Gods.


AY ST., JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

CYPRESS TANKS
Are Best by Every Test
Cypress withstands the effects of heat and moisture
better than any other wood, shrinks and swells less
than other wood, is impervious to acids, ho:ds paint
well and lasts for ages without decaying. Located
as we are, right in the great cypress forests, we are
able to secure the best selection of the wood and at
very low prices. We hive been building tanks for
more than a quarter of a century and bo dly assert
that no tanks are better built or will last longer.
Send for catalog and prices.
G. M. DAVIS ftS SON
PALATKA. FLOKIDA


21 WEST ADAMS ST


JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
GENERAL PRACTICE AND OPIvIONS ON TITLES



Rl L- A rr tiinfc


Standard Electric Co.,


in(ess. to hire. 1eae and ontramt fIr the C ,lll\ 11L[ Ulll O | l ^ 0l O lVI L L F L A
prjvie of oan her. rilLht of ay and S O NE
i. We are prepared to carry your account
Article Ill. in one. two or three different ways. First,
The capital stock of thlis ilmpany shall :a non-intere't-hearing account, against IK
lie four thousand dollais. to lie diidled into w ljhich yvou inay write your check. Second.
forty (410) slia es ol the lpar v:lie oi one,, ,,ou y ,?open a savings account ullon
htlllld1.11 dollars anil. Ten per ci'enilin it 1 i hlich .l pay 4 per cent. interest: inter- m
the capital stock t, bie iaid for illn mon Pst (n tlii nPeeo t is reckoned twice year-
and the balance slill. he payable in ini. i', i iv y. l nll is added to thie( principal, thus
or ustedl foil r r in tile llpurchas e of pr I ii componding. Third. we issue an inter-
erty. labr or services al jil, valatio t-learin ertificate of deposit. which
thereof ito 1e fix\d i by tlhe IBoard:il iif I)ir'- w ill ia;i interest at ihe rate of 4 per
tors. cenlit. if left with us for six months. t
Article IV.
This co.-poration shall exist for ai term nin Savin Bank Is the Paper you want. It is
of ninetv-nine ears. ." B a
Article V. City of Jacksonville published daily and is from 12
The business of this corporation sliall be Depository to 16 hours ahead of an other
conducted d iby I'lcil rent, el ie-'risidelll 1 o
and Swcretary and Trea Urer. and a lIoal - daily newspaper in Florida .
of th dirl- lall le le daily newspaper in Florida.
onil the l'-t Molndylv in v)aclcbr. each,
year. that Le"ng thli dae l lil i.lack-n ill i
the phlae for boldiing it a;niul> ti n ll
of the stockholder .. inn H IDec $5 c a Year Si M months
ti9W. TIhe iict,,rs i shill llos one oi GINS AND RUMS 4 $2.50 M
their illniImi(cr I'l -h.nl .itl. one Vi e-l'ir. ideni
a11 onle 'i ;ltarV i ild Tl'eali-trer. The FROM
'r i a',. I. Tn.;' li ..;",'i s $1.50 to $5.0 per Gallon. Full Telegraphic and Stock
l-(- t ,lie -iioe ald pre'-.lit tihe ii.r .i llic..
The., he.. t.e ,. ,,+ ..l..i. 'I ., u,,i. .. 'ii't th,, ll,- (Il lhc ,.(I:IIll!Iv unlil l o f the
ic, 1. ',-t..1 ," i t 1;.." ', i, l Lewis 1866 and Mount Vernon posted on the news, get the
,,,alinil ., l: .1. I:. .l.n. lr'.il.in : M1 Pure Rye Whiski s. Metropolis
i). Ilker. 4i l'ns i.'l : nl I. I li C(ontrollersr Iliuin's Monogtramn and Syl-
Nout. Se.'ti i ;alrd I ';lrlur ;i :1 vali le, 3' A, ents for Jioun st Cin illn-i
parties- siall ,-,,,i-i to i i, Ionar oif I)i nati ailitd Pabst Milwaukee Beers.
.r- lltl ie11 ai;il iI,(.tiinz in I),..mlihcr. Prices onl application. " CARTFR & RUSS iLL PUB. CO
Article VI. CHAS. BLUM & CO RUSSLL PB
Tlhe lij.l-i-t aloolillt of il d,,tlne- or, CH.r B U I
I:iit ly st wlliil tliir cor:lrtion cn at 517 and 519 WEST BAY STREET JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.
inland e sint it-lf. is five thousand i ACMSONVILE, F LA
tiollars. %JACKSO VILLE, FLA. 3%X*X*X**X*X*X*X*3X* X


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Buyers' Directory


If you want anything loos
through this classified list ank
write to the firm appearing
therein. The Record guaranteed
a prompt response.


AUTOMOBILES.
Clark Automobile & Launch Co., Jackson-
ville, Fla.
Pillsbury & Batchelder. Jacksonville, Fla.
ATTORNEYS.
Jno. W. Dodge, Jacksonville, Fla.
ACCOUNTANTS.
T. G. Hutchinson, Jacksonville, Fla.
BANKS.
Commercial Bank, Jacksonville, Fla.
National Bank of Jacksonville.
BOXES AND CRATES.
Cummer Lumber Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
BRICK.
Southern Fuel & Supply Co., The. Jack-
sonville, Fla.
CARPETS AND MATTINGS.
Savage & Whitford, Jacksonville, Fla.
CLOTHING.
Craig & Bro., J. A., Jacksonville, Fla.
Standard Clothing Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
Stuart-Bernstein Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
CLOTHING-WHOLESALE.
Kohn, Furchgott & Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
COOPERAGE.
Cooperage Co. The, Jacksonville, Fla.
DRUGS.
Winm. D. Jones, Jacksonville, Fla.
DRUGS-WHOLESALE.
Christie;Groover Drug Co., Jacksonville,
Fla.
Southern Drug Manufacturing Co., Jack-
sonville, Fla.
DRY GOODS-WHOLESALE.
Covington Co. The, Jacksonville, Fla.
Kohn, Furchgott & Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
ELECTRIC SUPPLIES.
Florida Electric Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
Standard Electric Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
ENGINES.
Lombard Iron Works and Supply Co.,
Augusta, Ga.
Merrill-Stevens Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
Schofield's Sons Co., J. S., Macon, Ga.
FERTILIZERS.
Bours & Co., Wm. A., Jacksonville, Fla.
FOUNDRIES.
Schofield's Sons Co., J. S., Macon, Ga.
FUEL.
Southern Fuel & Supply Co. The, Jack-
sonville, Fla.
FURNITURE.
Fetting Furniture Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
GENTS' FURNISHERS.
Craig & Bro., J. A., Jacksonville, Fla.
Kohn, Furchgott & Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
Standard Clothing Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
Stuart-Bernstein Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
GROCERS-WHOLESALE.
Consolidated Grocery Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
Jacksonville Grocery Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
Williams Co.. J. P., Savannah, Ga.
Young Co., John R., Savannah, Ga.
HATS-WHOLESALE.
Kohn, Furchgott & Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
HARDWARE.
Bond & Bours Co. The, Jacksonville, Fla.
Briggs, AW. H.. Hardware Co., Valdosta, Ga.
Tampa Hardware Co., Tampa, Fla.
Weed & Co., J. D., Savannah, Ga.
HAY AND GRAIN.
Bours & Co., Wm. A., Jacksonville, Fla.
HATS.
Craigi & Bro., J. A., Jacksonville, Fla.
Standard clothingg Co.. Jacksonville, Fla.
Stuart-Bernstein Co., Jacksonville, Fla.


HOTELS.
I)uval llotel, Jacksonville, Fla.
Aragon The, Jacksonville, Fla.
Fifth Avenue Hotel, New York, N. Y.
St. George, Jacksonville, Fla.
Everett Hotel, Jacksonville, Fla.
Windsor Hotel, Jacksonville, Fla.
Windle Hotel. Jacksonville, Fla.
IRON WORKS.
Lombard Iron Work & Supply Co., Au-
gusta, Ga.
Merrill-Stevens Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
Schofield's Sons Co., J. S.. Macon, Ga.
INSURANCE.
Prudential Life, Walter P. Corbett, Mgr.
.Jacksonville. Hla.
Cay. Shine & McCall, Jacksonville, Fla.
JEWELERS.
(:reenleaf & Crosby Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
Itess & Slager, Jacksonville. Fla.
1i .1. i.iles & Co., Jacks.onville, Fla.
KEELEY INSTITUTES.
Keeley Institute, Jacksonville, Fla.
LIQUORS.
Blum & Co.. Clha.. Jacksonville, Fla.
Altuiaver & Flatau Liquor Co.. Macon, Ga.
.Joseph Zapf & Co.. .lacksonville. Fla.
greaterr New York Sample Iloom. Jackson-
ville, Fla.
MEDICINES.
Splencer Medicine Co.. Chattanooga, Tenn.
Southern Drug Manufacturing Co., Jack-
sonville, Fila.
Clhristie-Groover Drug Co., Jacksonville,
Fla.
MACHINE WORKS.
Lombard Iron Works & Supply Co., Au-
gusta. Ga.
Schotieli's Sons Co., J. S., Macon, Ga.
MATERIALS FOR TURPENTINE PRO-
CESS.
Scboficld's Sons Co., J. S., Macon, Ga.
METAL WORKERS.
Baker. MA., Brunswick. Ga.
McMillan Bros.. Savannah, Ga.
MILL SUPPLIES.
Schofiel's Sons Co., J. S., Macon, Ga.
Tampa Hardware Co., Tampa, Fla.
VWeed & Co., J. D., Savannah, Ga.
NAVAL STORES.
Consolidated Naval Stores Co., Jackson-
ville, Fla.
Standard Naval Stores Co., Jacksonville,
Fla.
Timmons-Blount Co., Tampa, Fla.
Union Naval Stores Co., Mobile, Ala.
West-Flynn-Harris Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
Williams Co., J. P., Savannah, Ga.
Young Co., John R., Savannah, Ga.
Jacksonville Naval Stores Co., Jacksonville.
Fla.
PAINTS.
Bond & Bours Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
PHOSPHATE SUPPLIES.
Tampa Hardware Co., Tampa, Fla.
PLUMBERS.
Coons & (Colder, Jacksonville, Fla.
PUMPS.
Merrill-Stevens Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
Schoficld's Sons Co., J. S., Macon, Ga.
REAL ESTATE.
Brobston. Fendig & Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
Livingston & Sons, J. H., Ocala, Fla.
Hedrick Real Estate Agency, Jacksonville,
Fla.
RUBBER STAMPS.
Florida Rubber Stamp Works, Jacksonville.
Fla.
SEEDS.
Bours & Co.. Wm. A., Jacksonville, Fla.
SHIP YARDS.
(ummner Lumber Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
Mer-ill-Steven s Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
SHOES-WHOLESALE.
(ovington Co. The, Jacksonville. Fla.
.los. oscnlheiim & Sons. Savannah, Ga.
STEAMSHIPS.
ClIyde Steamnship Co. The, New York City.
STOCK BROKERS.
llolms & Co., Samuel P., Jacksonville,
Fla.
Miller & Company, Jacksonville, Fla.
I.. 1. P'ete & Co., Jacksonville, Fla.


TALKING MACHINES.
Metropolitan Talking Machine Co., Jack-
sonville, Fla.
TANKS.
Davis & Son, G. M., Palatka, Fla.
Schofield's Sons Co., J. S., Macon, Ga.
TURPENTINE APPARATUS.
Chattanooga Potterv Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
TURPENTINE STILLS.
Baker. M. A., Brunswick. Ga.
McMillan Bros.. Savannah, Ga.
W. K. Wilson. New Orleans, La.
TURPENTINE STILL TUBS.
Davis & Son. G. M.. Palatka. Fla.


TURPENTINE VATS.
Davis & Son, G. M., Palatka, Fla.
TURPENTINE TOOLS.
Council Tool Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
WATCHES.
Il .1. Riles. J.acksonville, Fla.
Creenleaf & Crosby Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
Hess & Slager, Jacksonville, Fla.
YELLOW PINE LUMBER.
Cuinmer Lumber Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
I East Coast Lumber Co.. Watertown, Fla.


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Charleston, S. C., both ways.


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Nilarih 17. at 3:00Wuin .1*113IZIN. Vt ida

_Nlarch 21. at 3:001I~n ()l. \NfI IE Weilnvsda
Nlairch 21. at 3:00110 ( 'N lE N1-'ri siav.
MNar-el 27. at Sunday.fA' ( I <
NI~~,I 2. a 1 00ui,. .11114IX.......Nonla v.
NI a rclt:30.at 3:Wp o...\IN A14 -.. u,,l
Nlare 31. at 3:410.1, . l. IN IN.I-'rihiav.


From Jacksonville for
Charleston and New York.


Narchl at 1:00pm
Nlarch ll.at 6:i3am
March 12.at 7::4am
Mlrch 14. at 9:00am
March l1. at 10:00am
March IS.at ll:00am
March 19. at 11:30am
March 21 at 12:30pm
March 23. at 1:00pm
larch 25. at 6:30amn
Mareh 26, at 7:00amn
March 28, at 8:00am
Marlh 30. at 9:30am
April l.atl0:30am
April 2.at ll :00am
.\pril 4.at 12:00n'n
April 6. at 1:00pm


**-Boston via Brunswick and Char leston. xFreight only. *-Boston via
Charleston. **'-Boston via Charleston and New York. !-To New York direct.
THE CLYDE NEW ENGLAND AND SOUTHERN LINES.
Direct Service Between Jacksonville, Boston and Providence and all Eastern Points,
Calling at Charleston both Ways.
SEMI-WEEKLY SAILINGS.
Southbound .. ....... .................... From Lewis Wharf, Boston.
Northbound ................. From foot of Catherine Street. Jacksonville.

CLYDE ST. JOHNS RIVER LINE

Between Jacksonville and Sanford.
Stopping at Palatka, Astor, St. Francis, Beresford (DeLand) and intermediate
landings on St. Johns River.

STEAMER "CITY OF JACKSONVILLE"

and "FRED'K DeBARY"

Are appointed to sail a's follows: Ii.ave JlackOinvillc daily. except
Sainturdays. t :!::!0 p. i. lirturning. leave Sanford daily, except Stun-
dhays. at 9:30 a. in.

SOlUTIIBOLUNj NORTHBOUND
Read down I I Read up.
Leave 3:30 p.. m.... ............... Jacksonville ....... ..7... Arrive 2:00a. m.
Leave 8:45p.m. ................. Palatka .................... Leave 8:00p.m.
Leave 3:30a.m..................... Astor ................... Leave 2:30p.m.
Leave 4:30a. m.................. St. Francis .................. Leave l:00p. m.
...... .................. Beresford (DeLand) .............. Leave 12:00noon
Arrive 8:30 a. m. ................... Sanford ................... Leave 9:30a.m.
Arrive 10:00 a.m.. ................. Enterprise ............... Leave 10:00a. m.
GENERAL PASSENGER AND TICKET OFFICE, 122 W. BAY ST., JACK'VILLE.
F. M. IRONMONGER.I .IR.. Asst. Cen. Pass. Agent. 122 W. Bay St. Jackson- .le. Fla.
W. G. (OOPER, JR., Frt. Agt.. Jack'ville. C. P. LOVELL, Superintendent, Jack'ville.
Foot Hogan Street. Jacksonville.
L. C. HAGGERTY. G. E. P. A.. New York. CLYDE MILNE, G. F. A., New York.
THEO. G. EGER, WM. P. CLYDE & CO.,
General lMsnater. GCeneral ArentL,
Chesebrough Building, 19 State Street, New York.








TIIE WEEKLY INI)USTRIAL RECORD. 17

SYou have been wanting Jacksonville Suburban Property-BUY IT NOW !


$50 GRAND PARK LOTS. $50

$3 CASH and $1 a MONTH,

THE GREAT RAILROAD CENTER AND NATURAL FACTORY SITE OF JACKSONVILLE.


SSeven Minutes from the City Hall and Bay Street on Magnificent Automobile Road.


S NO INTEREST, NO TAXES, FREE DEED TO YOUR ESTATE IN CASE OF DEATH.

I Five Hundred of these Lots Were Sold in one Week.
This one Great Opportuuity is passing every day.


GOOD LO7S STILL UNSOLD. ORDER AT ONCE

SJa1kso(nville has been growing' rapidly during the past thrie (andl four years. and she continues to grow rapidly. As the city
groow's thlie sibhiur gradually becomes thie center and siuburiban prIoprty enhances in value. What is the suburb today will be the
center ;i few years frollm noIw. Siuil )rhanli lots whi(.l sold for .$110f) four years a.IIo are worth Ii t$00 to $(00 today. You could be
worth a coipetent fortune haid you invested( your money in .lacksoinville Reai Estate four years ago. The same opportunities exist
today. Ilistory is repealintg itself. If you bi y noi w yon will see your property enhaiie in value as the days pass.
( i.'iral I'Park is ini the very enter of what will some day ,he hlie greatt Factor.y Section of Jacksonville. Right at Grand Park
tlie Atlantic and East ,oast Terminal C'oipny is constructing terminal facilities which are to cost nearly a million. Included
Sit this is a larie repair shop which will employ a large force of 1men. All paSSenger trains entering the city from the North and
West pass rand lIark hoth oi ingi an(d roin All freigrht trains to leave the city of .Jaksonville are to Ie made up at Grand Park.
Thle lots at 1.rand 1 Park are leihinr otTered at only *.4',. and on teris within the real of all. *.3 down and 25 cents a week will buy one
( of these lots.


If it is not convenient to call at the office, order by mail and we will be glad
to assign you the best lot unsold.

i The Jacksonville Development Company will positively increase these values 25 per cent in ninety days from Feb. 15.

SOrder by mail with this coupon.
l,;i' ...................... 10. YOU MAKE NO M ISTAKE W HEN
The Jonile YOU MAKE NO MISTAKE WHEN |
.,. ., kso vi, coe :,.'" YOU BUY JACKSONVILLE SOIL.
S ir s:--Enilosed finl $ ....... for first lay- The fact that those who have been the most extensive purchasers
i.nt ,n ............... .lots in (i rand Park,
vhich you are ofering for .50 on thl hausis f-" of these lots' are residents of Jacksonville, familiar with Jacksonville
S*: eash alnd 1 a nioithl realestate values andi have visited the property, ought to be a guaran-
SSigd .................................... tee that the offer we make is a good one.
S (Addres ....................................

I The Jacksonville Development Company,

Jacksonville, Fla.

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THE WEEKLY INDUSTRIAL RECORD.


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Manufacturers of High Grade
Western White Oak Spirit Barrels

Capital $200,000.
JACKSONVILLE, FLA.


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


OFFICERS:.
J. C. LITTLE, President. JOHN E. HARRIS, Vice-President.
E. H. MOTE, General Manager. C. H. BARNES, SAcretary and Treasurer.


J. C. LITTLE,


JOHN E. HARRIS,
W. C. POWELL,


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


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


W. J. KELLY


TURPENTINE OPERATORS!!!
We Have a Proposition in Cattle and Pecans
THAT IS A MONEY MAKER.


Use your
Grazing Land
For Pasturing
Hereford
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CATTLE.


Your

Garden
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For Raising

PECAN
TREES.


THREE OF OUR HEREFORD SIRES.

Write Marion Fa rmrS, ocala, Fla.
We'll be Glad to Explain.


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