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STANDARD VIEW MARC VIEW
0SbY fAVA8 ToRE,
OUR REAL ESTATE EDITION.
The Industrial Record will issue a Special.
"Florida Real Estate Edition" on April 6th, giving
a complete review of the real estate conditions.
in the State, aigulrits in favor of Florida for the
honeseeker, investor, etc. It will be a very
handsome nsumbr, elegantly lustrated. and the
preparation will be in the hands of competent
men who are familiar with all real estate propo-
sitions that are now attracting the attention of
people in al parts of the country. Regarding
circulation this special number wll reach with
our regular mailing lists all of the turpentine and
mil people in the Southeast. In addition, how-
ever, we are advertising this edition for people
who are interested in Florida in many popular
magazines. This number wil be an excellent
ADVERTISING MEDIUM. TRY IT.
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Gdsgbnd Sept. M MI02. by tMe Executive Comoiee dthe Turpentine Operators' Associaon as ias Exclusive Oawc Organ, and adopted Sept. 1,1902. in Annmal Convntion as an Offcial Organ also d the General Assocision Adopted Sep.L K. 803 arltb
ey f Ofcial Organ d Turpene Opersors' Asaociatio. Adopted Apil 27. 1903. as Olficial Organ a the InierState Cane Gar e.' Associaion. Endorsed by Georgia Sannill Associaion. Official Organ d Southeassern Sck Growers Am
MIAMI STREET CAR LINE.
Material for Building Arrives and Enter-
w. prise is now Assured.
Two car loads of supplies, including
S one California type street car. equipped
with two Mestinghouse B motors, fifty
Horse power each, one 200 K. W. 500 volt
S railway generator, and one Mclntosh &
"' Seymour engine, for the Miami Street
Railway Company, arrived there this week
i and will be followed as rapidly as possible
by other cars and machinery until the
entire equippage of the power plant and
S the track furnishings have been gotten on
r the ground.
Work on the power plant will be started
at once, the company having purchased
t he smokestack of the Manetto Company,
and secured control of the grounds upon
which will be erected a concrete building
for engine and dynamo rooms. All of the
present buildings and ol her obstructions-
S ow on the site will be removed by the
Manetto Company and carried to C'ape Sa-
," ble, where they .will be re-erected. The
street car company also acquires from
the said company the tram road leading
from the factory to the river and the dock
S threat, which will afford a convenience in
securing fuel, etc.
The smokestack purchased by the com-
S pany is one of the finest in the South, is
round and of tile brick, more than one
hundred feet high.
S Poles, rails, etc., will arrive within tihe
next few days and the company has every
hope to have a large force of men at work
laying track by the first of next month,
and the line will be in operation by early
The arrival of the car and other mate-
rial shows that the promoters of the line
are living up to their every promise and
That they intend to give Miami a street
ear service second to none.
Progress of the South.
Considered in every way, finances of the
S South are in splendid condition, and the
future is as full of fine promise as the
present is full of substantial realization.
SOne of the most significant features of
southern progress is the rapidity with
Which the masses of the people are being
u. applied with banking facilities and are,
moreover, becoming accustomed to use
Them. Although the centers of industrial
and commercial activity have long enjoyed
the advantages presented by banks and
trust companies, the number of those in-
stkittions in its smaller towns has been
few until of recent years, in which large
S numbers of them have been established,
especially after the act of 1090 permitting
a* tional banks of less than $50.000 capital.
SSince then the number of banks in the
SSouth, both State and national, has in-
i- resed with surprising rapidity, even con-
asidering the wonderful growth of its in-
Sdustry, commerce and agriculture. This
is evidence that many of the people, hith-
.. ,arto averse to depositing their money in
b anks, have changed their mental attitude
A-pard such enterprises and are demanding
Sthat they he supplied with accommoda-
tioms for deposit and discount. This growth
of banking and its placing in touch with
S''the world of progress thousands of farmers
'ad other persons whose connection there-
-I ith was formerly remote and infrequent
:. part of the substantial foundation which
ha- enabled Southern financial centers to
Display themselves year by year more and
aore independent of New York City when
the crop-moving seasons come around. It
also betokens the growth of a new spirit
in hte very heart of the South promising
"to ring about wider native development
f natural resources. instead of a develop-
Seet only by outside men and capital.-
SATSUMA ORANGE IN TEXAS.
Hardy Variety Which is Meeting With
A correspondent to the Ocala Banner.
writing from Houston. Texas, says:
"TIhe Satsuma orange is bound to play
an important part in the development of
thle gulf coast country oif Texas. It is un-
doubtedly the hardiest variety of edible
orange known and has extended the so-
called orange ielt several hundred miles
north. The fruit is very thin skinned, of
exquisite flavor and will pack from ISAO tm,
220 to the bIox. The color is more red
than yellow and shows up very handsome
when packed or on the trees.
"As the fruit begins to ripen in October.
which is t1he time when the market is al-
mos Imre of oranges. it. will always eomn-
maind a god price. )Owing to ease with
which the segments separate and its fine
quality it has no superior as a dessert
A BIG DEAL.
J. B. Barton and C. B. McLeod Buy an
Interest in Two Turpentine Farms.
J. B. Barton and C. B. M'Leod, two of
Live (hik's prominent business men. have
purchased a two-thirds interest in two
very line and large turpentine farms in
Marion county, one of which is located
near Dexter. tlie other within a few miles
of (itra. The onc-tlhrd interest is owned
by L. L. Meggs. of lacksonville. I'The con-i
sideration paid %was about l1(lO.W)O.
The style of the new firm is Mleggs.
Barton & lMcl.teol. with oltices at lDexter
and C'itra. Mr. McLeod will move to (itra
and asusnme lthe management of the entire
husinsis, ad as lie is one of thie lest naval
stores oi.rators in Florida. there is no
question but that the investment will
prove a very profitable one.
WILL BUILD HOUSES.
A NEW BANK.
One Will Soon Be Established at WlS- 1
The citizens and business men of Wil-
liston wiho are desirous of establishing a
bank for that town held a meeting a few
days ago. when it was decided to organ-
ize at once with a capital of $15,000.
I.. (P. Benton. of (;eorgia. who is inte- ri
ested in the Alachua hank aan many other
similar institutions, was present, and of-
fered all the encouragement necessary.
Mr. Ikenton agreed to take some stock, a" ,
explained to those present the advantages
of local banking, after which the boolb
were opened. and the amount was sab-
scrilbed in a few moments.
CONVENIENCE TO TRADE.
Sabel Brothers Can Supply Equipment on r
Short Notice. -
Of great advantage to these engaged in
the lumber industry is the firm of B bei
National Quarantibe. Starke Citizens Organize Building and This firm supplies on short notice eq i-
What applars to be a national quaran- Loan Association. ment for trams. railways and is now -
tine law is now in course of progress Staike. NMarch 15.--There has iecn so fearing through the columns of the Indas-
tliough the House. The committee of that much demand for houses, beyond supply. trial Record sixteen miles 30 and 3.5 sted
body on Interstate and Foreign Commerce that N. T. Ritch. (. L. Peek and .1. ('. l- relaying rails for immediate shipment.
decided by a vote of 11 to 2 on \Wed- varez have each agreed to invest $3.000 The firm has been doing an extensive
nesday to report favorably a substitute apiece and several others will give $1(M). business of this character.
for the \Williams bill to extend federal to organize "The Starke Improvemenet -
control of quarantine. This bill is sub- ( company to bill and sell to men of WILL ENLARGE PLANT.
stantially the same as the amended Mal- limited means on long time and small -
lory bill reported by the Senate Committee monthly payments. $10.,I1 is now in sight Gonzalez & Sanchez Will Increase the Ca-
on Public Ilealth and National Quaran- and this may he increased to considerably pacity of Their Cigar Factory.
tine. though with some amendments. (One more. as tlh occasion demands. Public Gonznlez & Sanchez. the well known d-
.f these extends the control of the federal sprited men like these is what the town rar manufacturing firm of this city and
government over interstate quarantine. needs. Tampa. are preparing to enlarge their
Another provides that when the federal Strawberries are going forward in car- plant and capacity in Jacksonville and er-
government acquires property for quar- load lots and bringing good prices. nect to greatly increase the'r business ior
antine purposes the states shall release coincllequenlce.
all rights to the property when the pur- NEW BUSINESS FIRM. Mir. (. W. Hardee has assumed eh
chase price is paid. The bill provides for of the office management and Mr. Vhe .
the establishment of four harbors of refuge. The Cheatham-Alderman Company Will (onzalez will continue as superintedet
of which Dry Tortugas is to be one. The Succeed H. A. Renfroe Co. of the factory proper. Mr. George W.
quarantine system is to be administered The ( Iathamn-Alderman Company will Davi,. the lomkkeeper of the firm, wi-
by the Secretary of the Treasury through le the firm name of lthe company that will terminate his connection with the r*
tlie public health and marine hospital ser srucc(ed the firm so well and favorably on April 1. Mr. Davis has not vet mde
vice. To carry out the purposes of thie known as the H..\. Renfroe Co.. hnler- any definite plans for the future.
bill an appropriation of $500.000 is pro- daslers and custom tailors, at 439 WVest
iled. With the passage of such a meas- ay street. Wants Manatee to Do Like Maries.
tire as this the authorities ought to I'e Incorporated in 1IHM. with Ht. A. Renfroe The iwople of Manatee county hLw
much better able to prevent the spread of at its head. Mr. S. 1). Cheatham as its dillyy dallied" long enough on trucking am
disease than under a system of local uon- ice-president and W. F. Alderman as see- orange business, which is all right as far
rol. retarv and treasurer. this institution had as it goes, and should really have preea
a sulecessful career until last June. when dent. over anything else, but what we've
Visiting Orange Groves. Mr. Renfroe retired to enter a new field. got to come to is raising more stuff ad
The excursion over the Gainesville & disposing of his interest to Messrs. Cheat- living at home. This idea of only
(Gulf Railroad from (ainesville to the or- namn and Alderman. who have controlled ing tree or four months in the year
range grove of .. R. Emerson, of Kirkwodl. and managed the Ibuiness since that t:me expecting to get rich from one v
,ne of the finest in the county, Monday Mr. Ciheatham and Mr. Alderman are or orange crop is a myth. and we just i
afternoon, was attended by seventy-fie young men and are well and favorably well understand it right now. Any mr'f
ladies and gentlemen. many of whom had known throughout the State. Mr. Cheat- well understand it right now. Any mi-ik
never seen a bearing orange grove before. ham. though a native of Virginia. has with energy and common sense, bywof
Besides the local visitors twenty States. 'i ,,ent the greater portion of his time in if right, can make money and good
fro meverv section of the IUnion. were rep- i Florida and has has a successful business in Manatee county, hut he can't do it
resented. The party voted a resolution careerr in .acksonville. He is a young working only three or four months ina l"
of thanks to Mr. Emerson for his hospi- aman of not more than thlirty-eight years year and spending the balance of the ti r
tality. as well as the loads of orange of age. full of energy and capability and wearing out the seat of his pants a
blossoms which heqermnitted the guests to ,o.sesses the confidence and esteem of a town whittling up dry goods boxes.--~-Ia*
carry away. The party also visited the ,ost of patrons and admirers. Mr. Alder- atee hIveord.
magnificent grove of Dr. L. H. Montgomery nan. also. is a gentleman of exceptional -
at Micanopy. returning to Gaine-sville :about lility and executive talent. Born at Lake Now For Work.
7 o'clock. Butler in 1I75. he was engaged in differ- Manatee county is moving in the diree-
u-t lines of business in various portions of tion of a canning factory. This is a Ie-
Raking in the Shekels on Lettuce. the country until 1905. when he took hold e(ssarv prreliminarv to the actual estab= .
Mr. Karl Harter of Sparr, was in Ocala -f the financial end of the Renfroe busi- lishlinent of a factory. But if we be
Friday and said that the growers around ness. and has since handled it with a initted to dip in a little on the f1t
that place who were fortunate enough to sound conservatism that i- responsible in we would say alnd allirm it that it is ahoi-;
plant lettuce. are receiving magnificent re- a large measure for its present prosperity. time there was beginning to a eessatiea ta
turns from the sale of the same. The establishment is in a healthy con- the talk and a beginning to the work. It.
That the Meadows IsbYs. from two and edition financially and is fast assuming far as human wisdom goes there is a ca
one-half ac('-e will clear in tie neighbor- rank as one of the leading clothing ing d tainlty that suchm fa:-tories coudl be l n-
hood of .12.000. That .ess-e Lovell will furnishin-~ houses of the South. to pay all over Suth Florida, Int ohot-"
reap enough profits to make big invest- The .hainge of name is significant, for seems willing to risk the money nee y 3
ments in government londs. :t will tend to bring to the front the men to find out for a dead certainty. A YaS
That William Nottadeg. a colored man. who have been so g-reatly instrumental in vwho was down here two years ago .itf
from a shipment of twenty-nine crates elevating the concern to the enviable posi- factory would nav if it could eet the.amz l
received a check for $153.60. Mr. Harter tion which it now occupies. This firm mnaterinl. hut his utmost endeavors *&c
says that he resided in California -nd can has demonstrated successfully that a uneolial to the "ettin? of contraete t'
say that he does not believe that that strictly one-price men's fu-nishing anl sumihlly the material. There may hbe li
State. during any year in her history, can tailoring establishment is the thin for thing like that is wrong with s.
duplicate these returns.--Ocala Banner. Jacksonville. Times. *
4 TIlE WEEKLY INDUSTRIAL RECORD.
STOCK GROWERS TO MEET. in their i\elopihne'it of Florida andall o1 of 'with tlioe in charge who would give to ing they desired to engage in. With a
---I tihe. -i11itli.I-tril Iarit tf the I nitel i1State.. e\cry -ection of Florida a competent and; permanent exposition the people of Flor-
Souhteastern Association Will Convene at impartial representation of re-ources and ida who desire a change could be directed.
Kissimmee, March, 29. The Dade County Fair. adil\ntages. In the first place there a They can h(lrdly he directed in any other
The annual coineinitii If the 'Siltht- The I);il, o.utyv Itair whielh ha- just great iany i people lwho cone to this state way.
a-stern Sltoiik (;rowri" \..siiation \ill I:e oi iio :Ia ilo. i; citlied together, r tihe o ler fall wlho ought to have something of As to defraying the expenses of such an
he!d at the ('o1r1 li(Ii0 a;t Kl si:inim'v. v ery -I ie--t oti- oi til parlt oif t he farmlersl tlhi kiil to guide then in making selte- -ente.rprise. the State should do so. If
Fla.. M:lar' h i2. i'. 1 i. \1 inh i -tling pro- anii tliiil mii e-'f to1lit riii._l.e-.i\e .-oin- tilon-. The railroads of Florida have been Florida has money to spend in draining
g.ran is in co(..le of preparation. anil will ty of tllhi. Ste. Til1. dTisplilay \hlich ha- spenditin.g a gret idal oi money in inducing swamps in order that vast acreages of land
soon tIe phili-hed--id i I14 1whereY ;I Z r';lt mn i ia grea nany people i to (.olml to FlIrida. They have\ ma-y he reclaimed. she ought to afford a
(:ovelnor Hi \\;ard Iha a,'cepted :n in- l' people I rIpre'-e'til i \eiery I'State in th'e I e.(n Ilulight hiere yi the trainload, hut small sum to endeavoring to locate set-
vitation to ahirdl 'l e ,I tion n "'iiThe IiI 'ni ted StIa ', .ii l by Ia ,e'It manIV an aoplC t sIhey h liae failed Il direct them after they tlers on the thousands of acres of land
Comparative Ieviiitrn'i per A'or.re ffil (frl'rom.1 tlhii SlNteM hai n Ii oe ito r hale arrive ed inl Florida. These honmeseek- which is a read unoccupied. There is no
Prodlcned in Florida. ail iln (11ir State-... the f nlitIh-i;ii-lii il (Ind th deepest inter .et i.s haie returned ti their hIomes unfavor- better way to bring settlers to a State
Relative to Vxpenl...".. ill Flo.lid. a il iy "ni ipr -.ed with Florida for the rea- than by a practical demonstration and il-
The Secrel ; v of A.\riciilt 'lre. II nI. 1. ( i nlllty i. o ne of lii uno-t pro- s on that they iha.ve haid nio ine to direct luistration of what this State offers.
.Ilameh s W\ilt-on. i.l has iivitii l ll .ough( rhi --ii. l-iji.- iin i ll' ai;i' 1'. Ill If;n.t tliihemianl a ldilt th liey have not had ian opl)po- State and county fairs are desirable
Hon. Frank Clark. mimlier of C ionress it i.iy h I. il--- t lh i. iiot Jprogre-iv. t nily of lotintg lhe advantages of any things to have. Florida ought to have
from tlhis distrit., to peak. I nit in lril. it laII- lmd le I lie ote section of tlih state. An exhibit of the more of them and show a greater interest
This na-os.iitioii. dining the two iys\ears 'gr*;il "-I p -_1i~-, duritln.g tlhe p1ist ftc\ proidnetiis of e;ich -etion of this great state iln tlhoe which are held.
of its xilste.nce. lhis t1prohalhy doile imreo ye;Ir-. \-I .-tli-Ii of thiis State h;s unldrr woIli prove of inialllilable benetit in in- -
to crif:ti :ain inilere-i in imiprovi rd ireus gonll -ui h oi ra miikallh, clhangei as lhui troildu'iiL t l, hi- people to remain with us. A Marvelous Tree.
of r.'lttlr. ;inld ilpl "rov, e ii l 1nilh f con-1l) ,I, I I);\ ;ilrI ( h11111) il'hil llI1c
duel ine tli -ock tnilii.iis. than any other tli- r i- l t of f :ii.el-t ani t enterpirising aI nenlt < \pos-.ition should lie estalbli-heil. .A lf n. r e is r i on th pre
r. ti r i xi-. ilI k lh ,;i e, t h it I e a l i t :s of Mr. A\. A. Lindsey, of this place,
r i'itlon ever in exi-ne:. in I ih. ok on tlir o to- ae e ee are a :eat ln people in this that ids fair to break all records before
Ol uierv:itio fs t of the ri-illts of tllie-. ef- in-lriiiu ntalt i hrinl th.ltl I(i) of t il, \io e ii ; iiniois to find other loal- it rac es its limit. This tree is about
fort will If. reported ;it hi onve..tonv iol l1rid 1, tlo ll fit. ili.. Their hav e been people located in it reme irts adlit This reded about
lIv s.ih oli tii,,e ,( ,,i.-ien ;,i (;,.ralt, TI",. i ,,f D1);ul (oi,,nty have a(,neom- omle s etioins of this slate who are dis- rIther Iy.liars ol.ith and rious trhed ed about
milnilh. of Itol.niteton. I .\. l.i htl-.. i.. i, di-hl. I .Igr ; l with tlieir annual aliti.til. TIhe lindl that the climate and 'ra her closely witl various trees which
of Illarl, . lin hi Lie. ,f Ki--i.,inm, fa;ir- T11ih hatl llel\ tlh e Al i lttntn1 oi f l -.oil 's not adape l to tihe cultivatili ti nllr. i t el t would lessen ita pro.
antl W. II.t Il,,k.er. .if \r,.:,,li;. .amI oIhl.r<. hu.,ni ,,I-.. :ilI llu..n,Il- of leopl,. who go of ftle cropsl which they desire to raise. ti ness. Mr. n sfrom this hatred alold th8is
The annual rm a r of t. work of thie ai- to ,, l li 1ni ,,v.r N;lle n;111d t.e miahit Tihev prefer other ,eclions. It is a fact PI""ouns of ihas 40. frpo th tree alone this
n i-intio, il i'ire sii i li;l\vhe..ni-. anl i l iad tfrl.i .,. i ili in tlhe. orI. to that there are. iany Vliho are t present and uis 40 pounds of nuts still on
"tal.I harnd Thell nut are saof ecellen with rather
lr,-s, i. u i,,oltois olf tlhi ..ialui.- of lthe tlhe ;1 ,,,tu .. whi.uh lhi. -i tt, I.. has to d.li-ati-li'd witlh Florida who iouhld prosper l ri sselts. t are of excellent flavor.
State. lhv r'-id..,,lit (it -kill. of Mo .iin Ioftl., 11 l ,-i i t' anji fr il power ;I s well and I e content if the had located in shell ruht 12areents of exer pound. mavoring
county. will I.he vr, ;,I'rtainin .i li i'\'x.ll ot f heI r climi l. a anld her ntieii othir ietii n of tilt e stat. There Thy hti. rrllht 1 e. Tf er siaond. ma raing
Mr'. \V. '-e.'of i vi n Mr. r it It lha done more are I.ople in A\ichui countyy today who for this year $76;.56. The yield la. t year
7 ('. I mlllllits. ,f ni. ;il. \ill tallk o, l11;.n thi. It Iai- in-llef. a in!ere-t in .oul do 1et ler in Il.e r Ide counties, wa alHt 00 IoHuns and tie year before
"'Pure li',d (':ttle ICti-inu..'" an1u "Il .- the %.I ;0,11,11. a tlhe I'IIIle who have Tliere are people. in L.ee and I)ade count e nearly 40 pomndi.-l- onticello News.
.rtnls lI.e'r 'l from : Vi-i( tlo l. L.;i 1t 1i,11n I-ident, o,'f tliit part of thel -t;ite flor wl.o .o lh! I ', better satisfied in Allchull
lnltern;tiol 1Stock Shw in Chii,_o." i.nv \ ar-n h lias r uiihit o-rr tie IiThe people of Florida ought to Iear in Need Canning Factories.
rev' eeivetlv. iroildu t-i aini thl in.11lt. of labor a-: anl iiiii thliat this is a great state. witli a di- (allllinllg factories are needed in Florida,
Mr. 1.. EStorr. thle iiolrer -to klilnll oilijjt li-rio ;niil ; l an e\x:Ihi;'e of exper- erityv of lnatlural advantages and climate says the I.eesburg commerciall. to use up
natd cF:lFr of lte St r k inn.. at Dul'Funi:ik iinteu. and ii d.l in fda .i.n iii iii il fruit grow- \ hich no olihlier state iposseses. Some whlio anid save the surplus fruits and vegetables
Strins_. .Ims Ihbion in\it o mn ake an dn- ing. pro-,per in one section of Flor:ida could not ftr nthte groves and truck farms. But in
id'-e. nl Mr. i St 1 r1r orr, alwv- h 'i mi- e- "I'lie IPrrl hllivesh in .omtiit aind state pro-.per iin oiers. for the reason tllat lhey tle absence of large factories. small fac-
tlhinu i..i--ii. too :,.- :iind tell- it in an f I 1:ri-. It i- thli l."'t :ide\lti-'ini n wlhit h dWil vot tilr % hr i iei r as along one distinct stories on the farms will answer every pur-
enterta:iininr manner. tillie i:;: haI;\ve. In f:l(ct lIhere oiiht line of fav1 ingl. SomIIe of thioe who are po.e and save thousands of dollars each
The :-.i'ocination i- nini n noble work tiho l.i ei:-Ilhl'l rihi lit h1ere in Jackson- 111 t pro'perin.' in -onle of thle secttions of season to the growers. Small canning out-
in lhelif of ai i 11ndu1liv that i-. at r-ieslint vilhi. li it, \ut It lh 1 e tt: 1 a. i i per. ril- tilhe sth i 1te 'co ild prosper in others. Ilwcause tits on the farnis have paid in other States
of in nn..ie-e l 'tni.i.. unnd is le-timetl iit i\ii,,-itioll to '. t forllth the adv"an-i there tlev wouldt til the soil and tlite cli- in tl th
We Have a Proposition in Cattle and Pecans
THAT IS A MONEY MAKER.
Use your Your
Grazing Land Garden
For Pasturing arnd
lell be Farming Lands
and For Raising
CATTL E. TREES.
THREE OF OUR HEREFORD SIRES.
Write Marion Fa1rms, Ocala Fla.
We'll be Glad to Explain.
THE WEEKLY INDUSTRIAL RECORD. 5
ADVICE TO RAILROAD COMMISSION.
CoL Frank Harris Urges More Consistent
Action in Regulating Rates.
In a recent issue of the O(eital i manner
Editor Frank Harris has the following tI,
say about the Florida Railrioadl C('oinui--
The railroad commissioners of FIhi ida
have recently lined the Seabolard Air .iine
Railway for not posting a notice on I llc
bulletin board at Lake City stating tihait
one of the passenger trains \\as hlirtt\
It is now citing the East (':ost Rail\;ay
to appear before it on a certain date to
show cause why certain improvellnts li;i%\
not been made on tile delmit at a little
place called 1)hrbin soijewhere on its lille.
Some of tihe newspapers hail with pleats
lire ithe fact that the railroad co(t nii-ion
is getting busy.
It seems to us, however. that these are
merely attempts to stop the spigot while
the hung hole is left wide open and iI
bringing disaster to the li'pe(le v% lit ;i re tin
fortunate enough to live in the interior ill
The Easterlings. the largest veL,. llile
growers perhaps in the I'ni:ed St Sla!-. l\\ 1,
operated largely at Martin. a very ricli
,ewtion in tlis milintlv. hliie llrI l h i|
stakes and moved away.
A large nulnlllr oif growNer- at .\Antliol t
have restricted their ai r ;er:g aillll l iit'
have In-en forceel to lilit altoitlher.
A party olf gentlemen f:oiin \'ineennes.
Indiana, plurc(liased a large tract of land
near Ocala, alnd planted tlie 'ame ill vege
tables. They said that their ol 'I t wii-
not to get rich quiick. ,lt t tlhly \\ililtd t
do a steady. legitimanite ,lusini-.s.
After three years' trial they have pulled
up stakes and returned to their Indiana
The gentlemen coiposiin this r!arty
said that the climate of Floridi i- all
right. they liked it imlmensely: it produce-
finely. and that the soil is all rigit; th-il
people here are clever and li'pifabhh
They. in a word. had no fault to find with
any of the climatic condition's. No fault
to find with the soil; nor with the people.
Indeed. they found the soil more produc-
tive than they hal anticilpatel. It pro
duees abundantly and they got good pIrict-
for their products. but they said that it is
a matter of impossibility to succeed in
growing vegetables in the interior (of
Florida and pay the freight rates a--'essed
So these gentlemen, like nmnlnbe:' of
others, who have tested it, have hidi to
pull up stakes and quit.
If the freight rates had been such as to
have allowed them a reasonable margin of
profit they would have remained in Flor-
ida and others would have followed them.n
It is not extravagant to say that if
the freight rate conditions had 'ben dlif
ferent every acre of the rich lands if t Bi-
section would now lie under culttiv\tion.
and the railroads would be kept liusyv hlll-
ing their truck to the markets, but a.s it i..
these fertile lands are being albandoned anwl
are lying idle and will continue more and
more to do so.
In the face of this condition of affair..-
it looks extremely ridiculous to us that
the railroad commission of Florida w ill
busy itself in fining one tof these great
railroad systems for neglecting to bulletin
a belated train and cite another one tt
appear for neglecting to put certain im-
provements at an obscure station.
lv1hy don't tle railroad coinnli-.ion tof
Florida do something?
Why is it permitting seven Ilundrir
Smiles of territory to teoitne idle and
Were it not for theit turlp'ntine. pl n,
phate and Ilumber indntlrit-. which ;iir
(iodsends-the whole interior (f F"lorid;i
would become almost ain aibandonlld wivatt.
0llid Atllintie n poii li Ints and make Let-,~
lnrg possible ;i iln implliortanlt distributing
| iiiitf fti wii leil liie -s andt for nianu-
As ;I diirect r'-ilt tof Ilii work a steamer
litne %itI e';it ili .l iiiiin teiliailvv liy i, en
ieett urg aii], t ilvtir Spiiingt oni' tihe (stk-
l.l l ri\-ir Io. L. I:. Do.zi-r. Other enter-
Ipri-c' \\ill t ,llw,\\ le e-l;ililshnllnt of this
i4\\ rki\.r line %\\hih will 'ree-ive siubstan-
tioll and Bolitinol()lli e(ll.ilUllir.ge oent if the
hliipperi iroiinlll thie lakes aind olL tlhe
ri\er ;lIre Nsi-e.
PERRY HAS POPULATION OF 1,ooo.
The Herald Says that the Last Census is
Below the Mark.
'Thle Tl'a l ('1iiiinty Ilera.l staite- that
H111e e-11s ligullres ftr Taylor n oy nty.
whi'h hIi 'liiv ji,- l .t n t' i\ n lllll ;il are belw\v
\Ilhalt \'aI v\i xpeced tillr i-t I'erry is
ttin. el l. Thaiit 'i' I'e rr\y. il population
oif 7Ill \0iln i i i i le, ev\ed l thlat thrll e iare
;at hI r.-t 1.00l I in lliat tlrivin_' police.
'll liI ir i- 1, 11', 1m ,l.li nt i lt ; iilln t thle tig-
llre-. i 111t l wle itl r:ildl -l ,t tlh:i t!l(e poI p -
!:ll iill ll:l- ill, a -. I ;It lh ;i- 1 Ihlr I. llnllr'eil
-ile I tlt i ;'-it i l lll l ( .II i l i' .1 I| i-
tol k. it lit I t~ol ii hilt' rit t I ll'rr S alea-
inll', ; 1A --A l] ri-:nL, ia. 1. Ill f;lt' t tlllt se -
i,1ii i- ol. initI lrli ii 1 11 1t io f l i lli ei t of H
e till ire '; irl 11 tlhe il.I.eiil I'live. Th'lere
in T l.1 h.- I illv" ;11d. it hid,- fair to oil-
'inlle folr \a s e it i In lloe.
SOLD PART OF PLANT.
A Tennessee Concern Buys Part of Inver-
ness Lumber Company.
S llltnll" \\. M. \\ I I illnlll hli parl nIer in
tlhe I\. n e ie- li .i11111er n, o i( lllll;n t inver-
le.-.. I'l:i.. hll\ d -i5i 51 ."-in.r cnt b of tlie
liniilt I" lhle "l'eIIIl,-~e, I.ilinlhber ('Comipany.
MIr. \\Vill;ian lle]
ile foi -e\el;l .I '11i6 \%ek lie shilt e.
1 e-rh.;a>Il nf i;- ...... (. to i.M obile. Tlie
youlg cattle ; !\14, ) '.1n.04I pounds on foot
;nli folllll -ill ;i I I- t .!2 -en is a Iloind gro
'T11'e butchers whlo Ihliillit tlhe little say
tllh v :"il'e 4 ill1 Io tfi h IN-t \\'1 e-.tern hi f.
;1lill t l ii i ll- t (of cattle sold ill
Molhile follr .vr 'I'Thle settle were iof
DI iin bloodI ;i -.tra;in nolteil for I.,ef quaili-
tie. mand -l il| looks.
Mr. llenilder-on Illa- IMlni a -llecessful far-
inler anii i- itilizing tile rich lains lof \\Wil-
r tillo plilline oilier nlelle ops than cot-
ton. Ili, e. titlee ire -, (line ais ai n lie raised
;In \where, lli line eartli', for \\ihleox pro-
l a- ill li
hl li gre.t reil I)eonil do well there makes a
new soure of \illlth for WVilcox.
.\Ihainnll slholl not onlyl provide her
"wn l)ef iiill lin 1 io b t sholiill sell to tlhe
Nortliein Siti e. Ilur |praiirie lands are ad-
mirlily titeid 'lir tlihe lheia\vy eittle and
I thIe oillo t ;iin i raingl ir< linlle for the ligliter
ineeds. It is hill economy that .\Iahlaina
"iporl ;i lipoundl of lieef. No State Can
iie Iii-tleir Iefl. and illow that tlie plrice is
-o highli. no Stote -;fin pro'litee it more eco-
tloninic~lly. ilirl'ninghlamii I.lelger.
Progress of Dade County.
Dna'e i, one of (i, most recentlly set-
tiI Il'orila ciountiesv Imt s he Ias already
-e1\ i(eiilht i1miles otf hard road in a
- la l i, l .,'. Tl e 11 I \ ill .1,1i a;t le-s t
h11te lllioil';nld dollonr' fillr ;elh mile iof it,
Slngth ?t 1ht hi lt if property in the coili-
Iy. II propi'rli, n h. population. Du\oal
einill\ \,n li] Ih 'etler able to build a
ilid fron hie ;ieoI-gi;i line to ('iCape Sable
-ilihll l ):aile \\a- to, hllild what she now I las.
USING WATER TRANSPORTATION. i i y a I i til lt glah ant itt
li- I'lit Im II oI'tiftv linei. %williont great Ie-
Leesburg and Eustis Profit Because of Dig- hi.
going of Ca.nals.
The canals that are b) be dullg Iup to tlie
center of Leeslmrg from Lake Griflin on JOHN W DODGE,
the north and Lake Harris on the soihill.
provision for which work has been made Ih ATTORNEY AT LAW,
a large vote of freehollders. will prove to
he of incalculable benefit to tle town. ROOMS 4 AND 5. 91 WEST ADAMS ST
These canals will prove a splendid invest- JACKSONVILLE. FLA.
ment for that town. They' give water
communication with the St. Johns river GENERAL PRACTICE AND OPINIONS ON TITLES
SThere's Beauty in a Watch
if the 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 w. offer you from whieli to
i-* and emibodyiing all that is newest and most
U I-,= fashionable as well as standard styles for the
-; Every watha rl l stI lll ALbseklyeUarastid heti MIov Italnca s
R. J. RILES CO..
I5 West Bay Street. Jacksonville. Fla.
The Duv l.
Cor. Forsyth and Hogan Streets.
Best Lccated 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.,
Bar, Hoop and Band Iron.
MAKE A SPECIALTY OF
Turpentine Tools, Glue, Battings, Etc.
j8 ~ iA:::
If you expect to use the HERTY cup
next season, place your orders now for
Ilture delivery. Prices and all informa-
tion cheerfully furnished on
&nd all Tools
u-ed in the Herty system of turoentining.
Standard Naval Stores Co.,
CARGO LOTS A SPECIALTY
SStandard Naval Stores Co. JACKSONVILLE
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6 TIE WEEKLY INDUSTRIAL RECORD.
Premium Awards of Dade County Fair Held
The following are the awards made by lir's.. "20 (to hie paid in nursery stoc-ki
thile committees of the D)ade 'Counity lFair. X. Iolichard. Miami.
which has jullt (tinle to a close: lIe-t di.pla.v itrus fruit: Sor lros..
Woman's Department. .$20 (to he laid inmmirsry stock) Mrs. N.
Best disl)lay and greatest variety of IHoniclrd. Miami.
canned go'wus: r' gler-Mrs. 'l:gl'r-. A. ,Seconld best: $10 to lie pa1id in nursery
Hooks. -tock N. Itoiehard. Niami.
Sec,.nd pre)illllu. -a ni $10) Mis Inl-u Ict iox inr',lifruiit: New York Star
ise Berry, (lijus. li irlr S.hop. .5 .olin Dollglass liamii.
Best display co.%aianut nialmi products: IBe- i., prapivfriuit: E. L. I raly Co., $5
Mrs. Flagler. *$5 Mrs. .1. Ii. Scott. .IlIn Ii glass. MNiami.
l.est di.iplaY of kuInliuat products; Mlr-. h-i1 l ox oranges: E. I.. Bradvy Co...3 -
Flagler, .$- Mirs. W .. Hooks. N. Bili-hard1I. Aliamni.
Best dlis play of gunava products: Mrs. Ie- i ho x of orange-: link of Bax I1i-
Flaglr, .9- hrs. Hooks. a\ne. ll0--S. K. BroIwn & Son. I.iioni
lI-t display of pineapple products. Mr- ( it'y.
Flagler. $- Mr-. lHook-. I'.el Ioxi of grapefruit : Bank of B.ay
Hest dilplav o f nan ig prolduts. Mrs. i-i'a\lne. .li .olin 1onglass. Minnai.
Flaler. r. h looks. lI-t li*ox grapefruit: lHenrv Wells. Itur-
Best di-play of '.rystalized fruits: NMrs. I'ng1to. Vt.. $15 (. ('. Matliams. W\'is
Flagher. $.- i- Mrs. ook. PaIlm Beach.
IBe-t dil;tay v re-ered fruit-: Mlr-. Flag lBc.t it'-\ oirange-: IHenry W\ells. $10 N.
ler. $5- IMrs. lHooks. Ihuichard. Miami.
Best display of pickle'-; Mlr. Ilaigler. $5 lie-t lix .'rapefruit: )r. .. M. .ackson.
-M rs. Il hks. .Ii.. *5 .lohl n Do I) la-. Miami.
lr-st di1play of jellies; Mrs. Flaihler. .-3 lie1 lbox grapefriit : First National
-Mi-s llerry. 4 jus. iank. $5 .liiut Ihiuglass. MNiamii.
l.est display of lig, prlouctsi: iMrs. Flag lIc-t lio, grapefruit: E.. A. \widell. $..
ler. $35- Mrs. Ellis Bush. Comoanui (,rove S. K. lro-wn & Son. Lemon (Cit y.
Best display of tomato products: Mrs. Citrus Fruits-Land Department F. E. C.
I-'lalehr. $5 Mrs. Lookk. Railway.
Be-t display of orange lproN(lics: Mr.. l,,.t .bx oranges. .i-. N. lioiuchard.
Flagler... MNirs. .1. I). Peddy. Miani.
Best display of grape fruit: Mrs. Flag lie- I: hx grap Ifruit. $25 Flrevd C. Miller.
ler:$.3. Mrs. Lewis \Vagner. l.'ein ( ity.
IBest. display of canned goods.. L .. Itra- lc-t general diilplay of citrus fruits. $23
dly ('oimpalny: Mis. Pedldly. N. lt'Ichatr. Minami.
NBest dislilay of ('crysllized kiumqupat: Special Society Premiums.
.laudon BH'iiihers. %Mr-. IPedldy. It1-t 1 ,x orange,. $2-- S. K. IBrown &
Hkst dis-ilanv of pickles': (iirtman Bro- Son. I.emon ( ity.
Ihers.---Mrs. liaciklnier. I)elira.. Secon. l Iet lii', orangie-. 12.50 N. Too
Best dispily of .lailnica 4.orrel .prl'llcts : c-lard. Nlinin i.
Mianli Halrdw;are C iliompan..i4.". Mirs. Mira llet lox gralifruit. 25.3 VF. C. Miller.
MNarket. $*. in I:ade NMrs. lilaekner. Del- Dolass. Minami.
ray. li'-t di-,play citiru fru ts. $2.3.00 Johln
Best d splay of C('amned giols: C. 1). Ellis. N ini.
lsIlter. 2..-i NMrs. Itliek1nier. l-hray. Sc<.I'onid I.'st dipilav citrus fruits. .412. 50
lte-t di-Slay of pre-erves: 4hihor Colien: N. |,)iWchlarid. Mliamii.
ione dozen linen inalkin, vialied at -2.350- lIest di-pla.v citrus friit. Fort Dallas
Mrs. nooks. Natiional Bitak. .5-N. Boiichard. Mliavni.
Best display of eniined gools .y girl iest d lisplay lray.on work.: ... I.u ii-
under 1i eair-: 1Mrs.. I. Scott. $1 iul. 142- l.uin <-1.enilon.
MNiss Ennice looks. 11-t oil painiigt i. sp-.eial prize. 42.5.4 -
Citrus Fruit Premiums. 1i-s l.at'a Woodwnard. Palm Beach.
Best hlox oranges: Seminole hl('l. 'k5 Other Prize Awaruj.
N. uchard. ini. The ollwi are s e f te other
1.est lox of gral.1fri it: t liniole (thil' Ti, d i.r at'e sotile f til. otho ier
*5-.Jlohn Di)igl;ass Ni. Mialii. 1 ritc. -i av l'o, oll \T.' alle, etc.. allilltihl
1Most arti-lie dFsplah of kimnilulast: Mi- tIe li'- i, I.N nio Ilails eoillleht':
nd Real.v. L, & -llrll o.. $5- Ih-i display iy of al idillas, first Society
.ami r i.. tyh lls Ia. oa ;iam a l prize. NV. V. liall.
Mrs. lJohn llis. NMiami. S-cond he't diphy f a ,pp|dillas. sec-
Socieyt Premiums. ,nd soi-ii.ty lrize. T.;.T I. Ilou-er.
IRest dirpllay kmi|uiat-. ':3 Willialm 11-t di iy o"f iumnpkin. tir-t eSoiety
Marsh. Mliami. pr':ze. Mrs. \Vii. .riener.
Second lie-t display kaiianqunts. $1.;50-- Se 4onid l,,st displlahy of pumpkiii. second
1.. C. WeatherheN. Miaillii. Society prize. \V. .1. C. l.wis.
Best ,l play limes,. *2 -)r. .1. \. Cilfford. BlIt dis-play oif Florida sirup. tirst So-
Coeanuilt '.rove. iet .'y p ize. F. I. Roilgers.
Times-Union. Ie-t di-play preserves and crystallized
lhest box ora ges: one yarly rI bscri'p- fruit. -I 'ciiil '-.iety prize. Wii. Laesc l.
lionI to ithe ,Seni-Weekly Tilmes-Cnioni IBe-t dilpliay V lards. first Soiivety prize.
N. Itolhelard. Minii. S. C. Lititletiehl.
Best box leilmonsll.: one yearly sulbscriliptioln 1I s| d phly greell lpeas. aoviety special
to the Semi-Weekly Time--lVnion -.lo-eplhi anid "Timi.- I'nion irize. WN. l. Mlirdi.tck.
Nlaxwell. l.i.-t illa iy of 'w eet liotatoes'. 'lialtli
h..es diiplaiy kiitiiiniats-: on yearly silb- Slpiu 2N t-Aitrt- prize. iMrs. V. .\. llHoks.
scrilion i, the Semi-Weekly 'Times-i'nion MI-1i di-play treen pepl)ler. Sitthern
-Willia li. iaami. Nxpre-I.. Co. ize.i laksoin Peaock.
Ble-t li.x giraliefruit: Soutihern Expre BIet-t di-play of e._,g plant. Southern
Co.. Nl47..30 1ohn !)u la(ii.t. Mi lan.ii.xpni '( o. plize. W 11. (. lIAe isr .
liest liox oranges: Soulthern Exprei ('Co.. Bl,-t di-'pilavy oii ln. society specit ial prize.
$i7.5o- S. K. Brown & Sin. Ii Aon ity.L .1. i. linite -hiw.
Itest li., oLrange-'i: .1. K i N.orn. -i di-pilav pineapple s. -lcondl -I"etY
hensehard. Miamlni. prize. Mr. Ilelir-v Willis
Best IHI "11art'- l, Ate" orange": Sev- I'-l ,eleral di-,hlav oif \etetal)les. lFlag-
iilmolr & Atkinson. l.l Nf Bitc114hard. Ai- i.'- liir-i prize'. Walter Waldin.
amni. I M-i dli-ildv of enba;lgee. -oviet y prize.
liest hix ,raplefruiit: .1. L. Tatalni & I'k*._.-. Woo\dworth and .1. k. \ l.. naIihl
I o.. $ -. .hoin oii,._a s. MiRai. and II. C. Bl 'Id e wi',, is 1 May & Sin.
Best collection vitrus friits: Patterson le- t di-play velhr\. Kin,_ prize. S. C.
& Erwin. $10 -N. Icli ard. M iami. l tlet field.
Best bix g.raiefrilit: (Consolidated Fruit 1re-t di-pila of aiptpier-. ticiety firdt
(Co.. $10-John Doulaiss. Mina. priz'. S. (;. rle-rick.
lBet display citrus fruit: F. C. Bros-ier <.-t displaiy of Iri-h potatoes,. spw.ial
& Son. five aeres of land. valued at $12.5- Society prize. S. (;. Merrick.
N. Boucliard. Miami. Ilet display celery. -ievial seig-WtY prize.
Best display citrus fruits, Griffing Walter Waldin.
meeteee***e**e*eee --- e
I J. A. Craig Bro. I
239 W. Bay Street EVERETT BLOCK.
Leaders in Men's and Boys' Fine Cloth-
S ing and Up-to-Date Furnishings.
SAgents for Dunlap and Stetson Hats; largest stock in the City.
4,4114 i1:I t 114113 IttI I* 3,11l@l ll 3 I 1141 tIItI t4 I llI
SClarke Automobile and Launch Co.
* JACKSONVILLE. FLA.
SAutomobiles, Stationary and Marine
+ Engines and Automobile and
: Launch Supplies.
SAnd mar.ufacturers of launches and all styles of plai sure.
Hunting and Fishing Boats
State Agent for the famous Cadillac and
S Franklin Motor Cars--the best on earth.
We also sell GASOLINE PUMPING OUTFITS tlte very thing for turpen-
tinii plants. Also small statiiona.r cl.-etric light plants for factories, hi.mes
a and business houses.
: Clarke Automobile and Launch Co.
4 Mail orders solicited. JACKSONVILLE, FLA. 4
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You Want a Turpentine Location?
i You Want a Sawmill Location?
A You Want any Kind of Florida Land?
You Mean Business?
Call on or Write to
J. H. Livingston & Sons,
OCA' A. FLORIDA.
THE OLDEST WHISKEY HOUSE II
GEORGIA. (Ertablibhed in 1881.k
OLD SHARP WILLIAMS-Pure Fine Old
Rye. fBy the gallon $3.00; four full quarts
;.i50, express prepaid.
GEO. J. COLMAN Pure Pennsylvani
l':ye; Rich and l Mellow. By the galo
$2.75: four full quarts $V.00. express prepaid.
ANVIL RYE--Iure Substantial Family
X-Whiskey. lBy the gallon $2.50; four full
quarts $2.90. express prepaid.
CLIFFORD RYE-IBy the gallon $2.25;
four full quarts $2.l15. express prepaid.
(,1) KENTUtCKY CORN-Direct from
- I:onded \';arelhoius.': fine and old. By the
gallon $3.00; four full quarts $3.50 express
OLD POINT`*'R CTUB CORN Rich
and M llow. 1:3 the gallon $2.50; four full
quarts $2.0). exl-ress prepaid.
We tandlle all the leading brands of Rye and Bourbon Whiskis in the market
and will save y ou froll 5 to 50 per cent on your purchases. Send for price list and
catalogue. Mailed free upon application.
The Altmayer QL Flatau Liquor Company.
THE WEEKLY INDUSTRIAL RECORD. i
Best displayv toniatoc. It. M. Flagle]r
prizef. 5. ( .tierrii'k.
freit d.ijoi'iI loi.natoes JStoithr. Pl 4.. 441*4,il
fruits.. spci atii, cv lirize. Eas;-t ( ioi .
-i.alntin 4 A) : thoroughly gonFe oer by a
oiiliiiiii tt'4 i ii)omluI 1, .i4,4 444 Iifil m Ul
Ii' I 1 ill. THE NATIONAL BANK OF JACKSONVILLE
\M .1h, 1l1tl l<, jll-' linr_. l!lilllitrl'. : l ; 1 H11; I, llllr -l
il.t're-.t in th i. itlaltion u1 cr .il,-il II:g JACKSONVILLE. FLA.
ai 11 il111 t1 tI e l l c. iptli ol li ist
Cotton Growers Organize.
f'.rtoia v I I;. S. ll. of I.ake I'utler. i-
hiiy ,r,,izin_' brai of dl.e sea. --: a
THE TAMPA NORTHERN. amil ( 1iton l ii ,er' A-. o.- liin. L.ast
-- \ek hie lor-:llizxl Ta.ylnr co.uny wilh tlh.
New Road Will Tap a Most Desirable Sec- follo ing, oIlivri-:
tion. I'P -. I I I ll : vi pre-ihlnt. I.
I'Th T.iamIll N iortern liilway. which i- E I.l elill: .rE.t;lr \ .I. I:. I'i : tr'l--
soon toi lit built ill ti p on of lI he lim -t irerl. to l -lllia. li
s.ecliol, tf thin State. Ill rI et, rrin-. to :l
Ifetitillng of tlin'e Tailp;a liimrd of Trilladf tI \Vi|]l.I I niii Mill ':tillialt or and;:
co 'id(.r at t propo itio fillr T'ii l]>1; t r. lli i ( ior i| iiii'.1 .h : ;i i l l'a i,. iiti -i l h -(ini e I
nails tifhe Tamlaii Trililn -aiy : -ia i] iv.(' ill (- IIN l Ela it li n i an sll ; i lict(. l; ng
Tllhe 4 .llll it t e a.. I.|it< il II t 14 1,. 4 I F InI- l -l li li
of "Tradle to solicit ul .< crip tins 1f r tf o -i i- I nr li \\ -t I'. lltt. lll' ( .
lircltia--4 if a i trminai l -ite" ill Tamia tim a-hli a Ind i- h -- l ,,ii i er m,,ill iprw'iiiet' ly
the Talli: Nortlhern l! ilway alnd I, ok St. L., i-. \1l li li. Stl. .x\ .ri in'. andl
after tlhe ,-curing of (City aind c in ty "rih h -l fa. r 1 I I fl ,i,'n1r->. .\-i r--!, .\1. & I.. .are
of way. mnet a;t 4 ,'loh k 1r iy afit n11 n 1. 1 4 I hli rial Irnird.
with al.,,o atl hi.t lad ulinI h. n o n 'I BELGIAN HARES 25 c,..nt.s \ill .ecur
ailna ua the, Iard tof Tn r.1 t t and .,,u the ,nl Belgian
iV 1 teli l i PET STOCK. Il.e ianrl oI'ft Msyk
il..nt IN\. 1r Fullrtl. In a .c i. I 11,,.4 l'i PET STOCKi 's. ;11 a e hla t l i.s,, i
qil.,cl0 IMr. F'llel4r x 4l lin i4 thl l iiiri e I
if Il e i. i l4 d If.it,., 1.,l i. ei',ri ol Ir a g eric for iiie l-'ar. "2 eii t .la, ip- fori
ill"u. slices, Il. I lt. ll- c lAmitltee. sai l Send for palrtic uh lr ani a
h. , f h,i,n in ie h',-h.vi ola. i i I'.rn i it *ni- uir ;. I"'lgian free.
H.e ^'ah nn.l f l Kl.Ih- ill I..%ot. FINLEY, the Belgian Man, Macon, Mo.
s.ing.r aid .l llilrs. the .-, lnllle.ll Il ll4ti4i4i- MICHIGAN FARM LANDS.--Michigan.
r.i l,'erakin in oplilii tic. ~.it ;>nri e t1eri- I linr., lldl' ,i |,y l. i herl i. lke. h11 1 s i ,i
the soll4r44141ti oll Av'ii taket ii tll. 11 10 1 ver ild a 1llil :11 1111 i iI i.. 4 ll)',).
of the i pr pj ct. r" hilI climate :,,, un,4.x<.el4.,. in the
A sllhc |,ption, w;i tk n in ~ 1" 11 ,,h- til f;, r. |If \oI w nllt tome
and a nunl..her of tl,' l .- i( ol.nl r i l e, l i on ^ :. f Ity o w n14
nanle tu b fie list fo r lnt li.i it f;- icN higan farm bargains. %Nrite'
no.ra.l t. lli list tfh r prj.e w icti. 4 THE COMMERCIAL,
rably -n the r.in 't. Bancroft, Mich:'
\\I wile t ihe 1iierilltifl Nina l< ing tiki n. i:
S ti n uhn Niai i .|r-1eit4 ll'd y \V4 It. 11 i- I I' 'l \ \; \W Iv te I)PS:
flori t .C. Tf l li'if.Iro'" nld ."i n T '1. t ilp f I' r';, id I i"i';>,ltl r i',;hr;l d andl
;Is to the illtlltionlls of the di'reclors l aliln re,. oTr-rinl, inrlll ee ntllii toi) IPo'rtrait
pronii llgall r'- of tlhe Ta;nllp Nortli' rii. \",nt- tld;I \ill ilnlle lihet to imake
whether inllI tl*y int (hiled 'imply ai II 4iv' wilhI ni-re "-itit;f;v ioi'n than ever
air lir. to Inh c. strm lted l t 1o rok-vill ei before. If vh \wann to deial with ai reli
or a line through to \tlaintl. lle hom-e tlht will hellp yo.4 4u lidl 1up n
Mr. Ke'ler. upon lIhinlg im-tion.l 11s t pleriianent hiines-s. ilres THE, NON
the proi lla e ,li-t of -uecllrilln terminally fil- I \IEII.. ( 'lalbl h Io.
i i ; lis '," nolo \'hichi llti n Iow I\ -' est
togetlh r \\itl 11tl. p!olmo-edl rilhts of \\iy.
declared that all faciFtiv 111 ml o- l.- ot
1aces ci. he goltel b\ N uaranre of
blr. I,,Ithingl r related a h .,n\t r-at ini
vill 4 l owit11' i\ i s l e iily iiw ool il :l l 11i r.
4rilul w \t\ I 'e iv'n fre vni122i000 R iii atesources
X..p iti1(441 i lf 111( I" ollile' 4of lhie' riri Dr
I ort. Fiuel and liumnl.r of man.v kind-'
;nni -:.;rt< ,i,,o,,,n,.. '12 Years Faithful Ser-
A\ftler a ln.lthy (oinf,'"(n.rc in 06hih
a'ylly exxpjhinaltionu. \vre i(li .|L''"I. 1i11l-- vice.
tinil, asked :ntil phirt, p. opo-rl l. |lilt i *I-
tin *oni-I. \%.-Ili tile miIIIIerr, i'ith 1 Union Saving Bank
.\I ;n na l
RAILS FOR SAL]
4 niiiir4 iienioi 4444 ilurs paperlt4
WILLIAM A. BOURS
WILLIAM A. BOURS & CO
THE OLDEST ESTABLISHED GRAIN AND SEED HOUSE IN 1
Hay, Grain, Feed, Garden
Seeds, Poultry Supplies, Flour,
Grits, Meal and fertilizers.
OUR MOTTO: Prompt Shipment. Reliable Goods.
206 EAST BAY ST., JACKSONVILLE
mt,,diatl + -hilpm,'w t.
JAMES c. DARBY
SURPLUS and UNDIVIDED PROFITS $414,760.91
We itsse Time ('ertificates of Deposit. which draw Interest at the rate ofthree per cent per
nnum, if lield ninrety day, or longer. Take advantage of this and let your -avines be earning
omcthinr for you. I'artieular attention paid to )On-of-Town accounts. sending deposits by mail
SSt. Genre Hotel
Rooms: 75c, $1.00 and $1.50 E5AC
MRS. GEO. W. BROCK
11141t1*41 ill 14111 14431 Ut tWI 1311144
4| tl I M lttl IIl I I ttt iltl IlI Il
;ENHEIM SHOE CO.
ACTURERS AND JOBBERS OF
: SAVANNAH. GLORGIA
*' "Best Shoes Made for Commissary Trade."
.4 I llit it ll t t 11 41 1i Iti 111444II II11114 lI i# 1I4
FUEL AND BUILDING MATERIAL.
The Southern Fuel & Supply Co.
athr uite, gSeam amf Blacksmith oal, 0Ur, Omr~a1 Bael, PM e.
Foot Hogan Street, Jacksonvllle, Florida.
ARE YOU INTERESTED IN
I TURPENTINE AXES?
Shas on merit
The Rixford Axe has on mestli
SXFO AXE ed the greatest reputation of any edge
Stool ever sold. If you want something to
$'-/ keep hands on your place
THE RIXFORD AXE
the i'.l. .lAM, is greater than the supply.
SW. H. Briggs Hardware Co.
SSole Southern Agents
8 VALDOSTA, GEORGIA
8 THE WEEKLY INDUSTRIAL RECORD.
SAM JONES ON FLORIDA.
Visits Various Sections of the State and
Writes of His Trip.
Sam P1. .ones, the noted evangelist. in
his latest letter to the Atlanta Journal.
rega-irding 'Florida says:
"*I was writing last week on the pros-
pects and beauties of the east coast of
Florida. Wife and daughter, Julia, joinedl
mie at St. Aliglstile, onil Thursday. and
we went to tlw west coast, taking in St.
Petersbuarg. Lakel. nd. Tampla and Bartow.
'Tihs is the tirst trill 1 have taken in \\'est
Florida in tile past two years.
"Art has done worlds for the ea1-t coast.
but nature liis done iliore for tile west
coast. I found in iny travel's the most
hopeful, cheerful, thrifty Ipeople in \Ve'st
Florida thitan in almost Iany section of thlii
countrq. The orange trees have comne hack
into hearing and the section around Bar-
tow and iLakeland antl \\inter lHaven and
Florence Villa in fact. all tllie setiolns
from Tampal southward are interspersed
with lakes and oilrange groves that outstripl
in beauty and far exceed in productive
value any section on tle east coast.
West Coast Resort.
"St. Peto 'snirg is really the resort of
tie west c(loa st. A different cIlass of Ipeople
visit the west coast. They are the mniddl"
class, which. of course. is the best class.
Many oif tiiein are investing in oralige
groves, while others invest in town lots
and are building winter lhomne. Many
Georgians have located their winter quar-
ters there, and they come from all parts
of the conlltrv.
"St. Pete silmrg perhaps has ldouble;l in
population in the last. three years' and
the buildings now going tilu ill that town
astonish tile natives. They have their
chautauqua tlihere this month, which is
largely attended. and they are down (Ili
a penin' ula almost isurroundedtl lby tie baiy.
They have the most delightful winter
climate. anid they were bragging oin their
summer climate when I ;was there. Some
say the lllsummler climate is preferable even
to the winter climate, niade so lby tit('
breezes from the gulf and lhav.
Prosperous and Cheerful.
"But I found t le I ,le prosper rousn anil
cheerful. andl they are coming to t1he front
in all sections that I vi-ited. They are
building new and beautiful churches.
(mirt houses. iank buildings and splendid
lihomnes by the thousands and the public
school buildings are far letter than (;eor-
gia can boast of. Ta1n11a claiils that slit'
will soon lie the metropolis f Florida.l
She grows in leaps alind Iminds and is tlihe
cigar ilanilfacturingl (center of thle world.
Her jixilulation is about one-third Almeri-
Y-ans andl two-thirds Cullan an fil Spanish.
Tlie latter class are engaged alllmost ex-
clusively as cigar makers. Many of tiese
eigar manufacturers enploly from 1.200 to
2.5(10 men .Ioys and girls. They mianu-
faetnre cigars 'to Iblirn.'
"()f corse there is I great ieal of sterile
land in Florida. as tliere is in Sonlltli (;eor-
gia. lbut tlie plihotslie i etJt' and nlumner
interests aind turplentine hinads and ivege-
talbles and fiiiits are bringing miillions into
Florida. as. well as 'lunigers' and "--wells"
from Yankee I)ootdle.
'\We spent two dtay- il St. Augulstine
and Saw the o!ldet hl iili t inl Amleriea. whic
was built in 1l51i. Tlhe old Fort Marion.
tlhe old church. the ltiHugenot C'emlitery.
the ~'liitnev Zo tlit alligat-" fari; a, l
Flagler's part of St. AigUllgtilte looks like
a new pat ch i n Itold garlient, or thli
setting of the 17th centurylv wiays with tlih
20th ei-nt iry iilprovei'ents. Flaler's part
of the (lit y is up-to-date. Thle OIfaln'e oit
the city has ino date. They have bolautiful
drives andil tle street ar e well Ilavei wit
sliell. arid whenever ouil get olf tlhe sliell
and asphalt streets into the -andl roads
yoll go down faster than you go forward.
"Blut I hadi ratherli visit lHoridia tlian to
live in Florida. )iut that. of course. grows
out of habit with liiie more than nlivthiing
else. I have never gotten in the habit of
living in Flordla. Vhenii a fellow from any
other se-tion goi, to Flrhida lie Ilas toi ge
ii-ed to Florida in Florida's way before lie
can enjoy it toi its fillest extent. The
hlotels anid railroads miplain that thel
oinri-: travel hlia, hinl 2!.> per vent ol, thi-
winter f -on hi-;t witter, but they clainm
tlhat last -eason iats lihe largest in tlih
history of Florilda.
"I inlt many (ieortg-ans in thlie different
secion o(if Florida. Sonie tourists and
some who have taken ulp their albode down
there. One of the leading merchants at
St. A.gustine is a ('artersville tboy. Mr.
Ab C'ollina. "lnd lie is doing -well.
WILL INCREASE COMMON STOCK.
Atlantic Coast Line Will Increase the Issue
Kichntond. Va., March 8.-A nteeting of
the stockholders of thle Atlantic Coast
Line RIailroad Companty will be held here
this aft.ernion to, vote on the propo-ition
of tle board of directors to issue addit final
Slo(1.lNo.nKX coliilliion stock. Xwhiich is to be
oiTered to the shareholders at part at the
rate of 10 per cent oIn their holdings.
There is no doubt that thle stoc.khlidliler
will apll'pro\ve of the ,hlan submitted lby tlie
lioard of directors.
WILL HAVE A NEW CENSUS.
City Council of Jacksonville Will Take it
i Near Future.
The lacksonville city council is to take
;I new census of the city in thle near future.
This census is to ite taken by a comilletenit
en ulerator :ald is to lie done with tihe
This lation t on tlie part of tlhe city conll
oil ;was Ibroughllt albllt In'aluse of tlihe ver y
unsatisfactory tigrres returned by tlie
state enumierator for Dlual coullnty. It
is believed that there are at least 5.(41)
more people in Jacksonville tlian were ac-
credited to its population 1by the recent
Big Offer for Orange Grove.
Mr. I. A. . Floweree a few days ago
refused ;I slpot cash otiler of $15.I1NN) for tlhe
cropl of glrapefrlit on his grove above Alva.
The offer wais inmade by iMr. E. A. Thomllas.
tile well known orange liiuyr of Arcadia.
A trade \was closed, however, whereby Mr.
Floweree gets a tine price for tihe fruit Iby
tle I>)x. The crop is estimated anywhere
from .t.(tM) to S.AIN Itoxes. This grove is
four years old. and this is likely the lirst
time tlhat I$l..()M) lils ever lt enl refused for
the crop on i grove ;s young as this.-
Fort Myvers Press.
FACTOR COMPANY NAME OFFICERS.
M 14*t@ II i t1 t 4 t I tt 11 I ltt I It l I & I It ti t ISO I I II Ila
SBoilermaking and Repairing
S Still Boilers and Pumps.
SHIP BUILDING and REPAIRING.
4t I l 11411t,41I I lt I t1,1 I l* 114 I, IIi 144 1 I II 44 111 I I I I4111 0
SUMMER LUMBER COMPANY
Rough and Dressed Lumber
Long Leaf Yellow Pine.
BOXES AND CRATES.
W. J. L'ENULE.N
J. W. WADED.
I. G. HUGHES,
Sec'y and Treas
Union Naval Stores Co.
NEW ORLEANS, LA.
NAVAL STORES FACTORS.
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 consignments. Cor-
Principal Office: MOBILE, ALABAMA.
The Stockholders of the Atlantic Naval 3%SW K W S SX
Stores Company Meet.
Stre C CAPITAL STOCK $300,000.00'
At a meeting Thursday morning of the CAPITAL
stockholders of ithe Atin;tic ie N Stiavl Stor
I; t:'afternO te ir; : l:r *I Jacksonville Naval Stores
The stockholders' i meeting. held -il t I
Itoard lof Trade rooms at 11 o'clock. ws
well aittindell. allnd the grelate-t interest C omp
iiiown in ev'er. natler of hulin..s t:lk JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA
tip. Tlhe (i-'ii n on tile l -h;>\ vs e...
v ;'. taken until the sil.tibjcts i'i lled l A NEW COMPANY
Iween ftlly tdis.'iiuspei. A NEW COM.PANY
The imiott iiilortant nimatter of Ibusiinet
\,eti te election it of ioliii '. Tie voting re- W ill doi i g rnral naval stores colnliiission business. We
utl in hi the lcvtio, n of t he follOwh i, ;I- guarlanitee Savanimalh prices uIpon delay of arrival, and to make
the 1ardlt of directors:
SIt. l. atiul. A. G(. Iliartridge. lhinrv El- prompt return.
onii. A. ;. Pauiil and II. E. P'rit-lhett. A
After 41 scl ing-, e-vral otivir matters
of iiillo taIli.. 10 Iix- ( ,volill|;nly. hiI sio<-
,lgOl rs meeting ldjoin,.. ed. A MUTUAL COMPANY
in thli aft'erniion the in'wiv eleteld hloiard
oif directors as'emiiblhed at the liouird of Eaeli slipper invited tit ltecome a stockholder.
fiTrad rin tit follor thil iille. f hleotlin It is but fair n111d ril'lht that t,. operator should share in the
ilr'identl It. 11. Paul: lirt vice-pr-i- profits (if the I ellng lnd (It' his product.
ilhnt nld li liin lll
Iniiry Fl-(on: secretary. I). ('isilhey. custonmrs. Your libuiness soliciited.
More taitn 50 per cent of thie (-aipiltal
slock halii alr .iily len i ,I ihcriliedili. aind Ihe
.comll i lt p; ii\ ll to l oil. of till( most( 0 .
'1-ii-ne 1fil of the tan .-n an stnr'e, Or-
-,sanizatl', Ao fli Itt, o ;il- t f lire: i, Jacksonville N aval Stores Co.
'inl hei'r ot ti e o;ir-i of dh'
InIo-t iprogiirvsive In linil~eirpi int. andl yet i d --
roili'- rvIltiveill- t hiatl ill fully Iprot t ;t i _
-,toek lihohlr-. i I. t'. .\ A ILIKY, P're-iltit. WI. I'. I(IIIO LRTS. V. I'. and (;en. Mgr.
1Ti 4 entl i 1aly 1ii' .1 st"# 1. J. ;:. CR.ANFO)I) .1 F 1.'IN l C. II. BIIIOWN J. N. BRAY
1',d p y ,s ,.il attention, i to tle export Vl Ei F. NTS :
fenili n'1 -. H cI il<|i u:Irters l v e l<2 e ii -It i(i] 11-r 'd .. I
in tihe lI, hlwin I lMock. on Nity s" rt.,.t. ;alnd 11 ;et i-e avy .andlTre.ulrer
tlie execiltive liui ne -ss will ifi trall';in -iteld
fronl tile ollicrs there. I 1%%- 111%%%%%%%%%\\%\\\^% %1%% W%15X;3t XS%% k11% V%11 1I%
THE WEEKLY INDUSTRIAL RECORD. 9
LIVE OAK'S PROGRESS. a
New, Enterprises and New Industries in
Increasing Numbers. c
No other town in the State can boast of
more new enterprises and manufacturing I
establishments inside the last twelve
months than Live Oak. Several large cor-
porations founded by business men. two
large wholesale houses, live new nmanu-
facturing plants built and set to work,
besides the opening of a dozen new places 1
of business and the placing of several en-
tirely new lines of goods. I
And the end is not yet. Only Monday i
there was the formation of a stock com-
pany which is to mean as much for Live
Oak as anything of the same capital stock
ever set on foot by its citizens. It is a
company, the business of which is to lbe
the manufacture and sale of white sand
brick, blocks. imitation stone and other
first-class building material.
The names of the gentlemen who conl-
pose the company guarantee success. They
do not know what it is to fail. The of-
ficers of the new company are T. S. IBis-
den, president; 1B. W. Helvenston. vice-pres
ident: F. H. Brenner, general manager.and
A. Lee Humphries. secretary and treasurer
The directors are C'. I. Brown. president
of the First National Bank; .1. Taylor.
A. Iee Humphries. 1. W. Helvenston. F. 1H.
Brewer and T. S. Baisden.
The new concern is capitalized at $25.-
000 and will at once begin definite work. As
'soon as a suitable place can be secured the
company will open up offices, put in their
machinery and go right to business. They
will furnish employment for several imeni
hbut will prove a greater blessing to Livt
Oak in that it will furnish a fire-proof ma-
terial for building at a much less price
than has been possible heretofore.
Only a few months ago Mr. C. H. Ilil-
dreth started up a tile factory here and
at that time there was not a decent side-
walk in that city. Today there is block
after block that would do credit to any
city. And the good work has just begin.
Old frame buildings are to give way to
new structures of sand. brick and cement
blocks, until the appearance of the cit y.like
that of Jacksonville, will have been entire-
PURCHASED SITE FOR BLOCK.
D. U. Fletcher Will Erect Three-Story
Building, Corner Union and Main.
I). IT. Fletcher has purchased the north-
east corner of Main and Union Streets
from John J. Flynn. The deed was filed
for record yesterday afternoon. The con-
sideration was $10.400, and is considered a
bargain at this price. This is one of the
most valuable lots left on this thorough-
fare, fronting 105 feet on Main bv 105 feet
on Union. Mr. Fletcher has under emnsid-
eration the erection of a three-story brick
building. with six stores below, four front-
ing on Main Street and two oin Union
Street, and ten flats above. one wide en-
trance on Mainand one on Union 'street.
It is intended within the next few
months. to payr. I'nion Street from Main
eastward to the intlerpiction of \Washig-
ton and UInion. acros-. tle bridge ton lto-
tgan's creek. This street is the only outlet
from the city proier to Oakland and all
that part of Jacksonville.
When all the buildings are erected on
Main street that are now in contenmplation.
this street will Iw solidly built up with
fine stores from Bay .-treet to Hogan's
creek. There :s not now a vacant store oni
S this street. Stores can Is rented Itnfore
they are built.
SPEAKING AT MIAMI FAIR.
Hon. George W. Wilson and Mr. J. E. In-
Two stirring addresses were made diir-
ing the Fair at Miami last w.eik. one by
Hon. I eo. W. Wilson. managing editor of
the Florida Times-I'nion. and the other by
Mr. .1. E. Ingraham. third vice-president
ald general manager of the land depart-
nwent of the F. E. C. liailway. and iotlh
were attended and heard 1by a large crowd
of pe-sions who filled the building almost
Mr. WVIson. who spoIke first, was intro-
dued el v Mr. Blackman. manager of (the
Fair. He used as his best subject, "'Prose
Annual Convention Elected Officers and
S'he EVERETT HOTEL
325 WEST BAY ST., JACKSONVILLE. FLA.
Adjourned. Tt, 'cirally loetcted, thloroughily repaird-t and reinovated. Newly furnished. European plan.
Norfolk. Va.. March 15.--Thl .niliil -
siont of Ithe North (Carolina PI'ine .Asti G. H. MASON, Proprietor.
tion adjourned early tlody after helcting
the following oflieerr:
E. (C. Fo-,liurg. Norfolk. president: I. .1.
Caiip. Franklin. Vai.. .1, A. Wilkin-.on.
,'a,,,,. anl,. .,HOTEL WINDLE
per. Norfolk. irea-urer andl .John I. \Walk 15, 17, xg East Forsyth St.,
er. Norlfolk. -erirtary. between fortl and JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
lifty" dilrectorf, \i fi-oin Vi h ilia l mid Norh
alif ,vtli-. (-'ar- dfin wVerliiii .iiiieht l Noitl i Amierican plan, $2.50 to $3.00 per day. European plan. $1.00 per day up.
i.tl talut ret- ,oni datingt nltade. 1 *t .. i t, Coenter of city. First-class in all appointments.
Istt rc.onn.eat thlatio nth. l r.- rli..-- C. B. SMITH, Proprietor.
if lnlmelr be niot advan;el in ll -he ti ar
ThIe .e-lblilhieit of a frn-ighl elainm h'i ii **^^^-.*.**^..,. . ,*4 *^att. $t- t t
iartileinl filor tfl l.:%(I; .-riitioll wa, l.i-oIiii-
Mended i-tl t li- trae rt-latilo- ,i. niit te. J. W. WEST, D. M. FLYNN. H. L. RICHMOND.
l.nlumberniein hale l.en ( ollllil.d:nini of JOHN E. HARRIS. Se'y and Treas.
the length of time it requires to gt i clai President. W. J. KELLEY. D R. WILLIAMS.
against t ilhe tlraniiiportatin it oiiip nio- Vice.Presdents. Ass't Sec'y and Trea.
through. The idea i- to pl.ie tt- .l ea --
of the ldep;irtniiieniit aii ex e'rt l-';ii ad-
THE ALLIGATOR SUNK.
iTHEA WEST FLYNN & HARRIS CO.
Ocklawaha Steamer Hits a Snag and Goes GERMANIA BDG. Sav G
Down. GENERAL OFFICES
The alligator. a -ll'-r lot. p.i I WEST BLDG. JacksonvIlle, Fla.
between Leesburg aind Silver Splin", l-. O R
struck a sinag yesterday iju-t ai o\e ll. ter
Island Ferry and ank in five feel of Nter. IVAL 1
.\Il i the crew and aaners e'e iad
and were- ,rriedl t to lit. iog in -in-all NAVAL STORES RECEIVED AT SAVANNAH, GA, JACKSONVILLE,
IH>at-. Ti'lie Alitiltor wa- tfir ir- it.an t ii FLA., AND FERNANDINA, FLA.
Imat to ply the upper I klo >\ahnli rivi r in I
twent-v Year, anll and doill 1 I l' rri"I, hT
attni pas.ii;, ..r itIsien. Wholesale Grocers also Dealers in Hay. Grain and Heavy
INVENTOR OF ORANGE CRATES. Harne s.
W. R. Stockley May Locate a Big Factory SOLE AGENTS ,or ,he oio. V o n o.
W. R. Stockley May Locate a Big Factory Afor the Celebrated Union Turpentine Axes,
in Jacksonville. O LE 1 and Wilson & Childs Philadelphia Wagons.
W'. RI. Stot-kIv. invnitor tf a \oil,.rfl MERCHANTS WAREHOUSES.
lien" atten for orange e boxixs ai. d ii ,,rt:a- i t ti
ble crates of all .desr-iiptioni i.- at 1.~ .\i SAVANNAH, GA. JACKSONVILLE, FLA. TAMPAL kLA
,,nistine in 1the int.re.,1 of hii, new 4.1,ter-
.. .. .; tW ,6-" .qi@ 4I i @ @ 9
ilise anll is arl' gill.lg tllL o exilibl i ;:I I|l-
of his patent, there.
Mr. Stockley has staled that sp.ec.ial :.a -
chll:llnerv for fillt Illanl factl lre of III-%i n %.\\
rates and lo.xs, is now Iwing innlde and .
wohlil sooI IH, delivered. ih will tl.I sI-' *
leht a Ineation to e-ltahli-h a fac.or eith ,
at St. .\Anlur-tillne o1 inll .laek-.n\ille. I1, .,
will als, huild tart'ri-, in ol4h1 r ]p; t o"i"'
Fhrida anld ',ill al.o locate on, o, r I "1
in C 'aliforniia.-
Mr. Stokeley stated lhat tlier is :Il I.ly -
a demlandi floor tlhe-s l latlet ipal-ttlil Ilo i\-
;Inld crate,- mll ng lie iir inll.i-e -'i i \\t I l .
truck gardeners in Ihlrilda and! I. h;- ""
11 1 '. 1 1. Ira IIII I I1 :1 1-- 1-1-1 1T,: I
:1V .t1- IN.. m .-'P--..hi .1 F 0vrIii w-li~iy' tV ice President
J. P. WILLIAMS COMPANY,
NRYR[ SCORES RND 101TON fACIORS RNO WHOLERIF GROCERS.
NMain Orrier SAVANNAH. GEOeGIA.
Htani h oteer f ENiSACOLA. FLA7 I t -n-h Gro-ory Hoi-.e,
JACkS(CNVIL. E. FLA. C4Lt. MrIRUS. GA.
itany illqllirli'-. It i h. por" t t
',is matin t'ar.ty huih and in .opami, ]Naval Stores Producers are Invited to Correspond With Us.
-noin a lposi ilihe. ,, 11a to supply thll ,l,-
loalln for the nel\t large crop-. I t I: I I 1-: 1 I 1 : 1 -I : I I I 1 : I : 1! I 1 I :-1 I I I I I- I I-I "1
THE WEEKLY INDUSTRIAL RECORD.
dn Poetry in Life" and drew a picture I
'onplaring conditions here a few year. ago R. POWELL. CHAS. G. HARRIS. HENRY ASHLEY.
vitli those, of telh present tillle antd id.- President. Vice-President and Treasurer. Secretary
-lared that l od had slUowered his hiet-ing
ipon .Miamli and Ihlae (oiinty. DIRECTORS:
Furthellr along in his addre-s Mr. i\\ il.n R. Powell Chas. 6. Harri%, D. i. Mrcirillan. P. L. Sutherland, R. V. Covington.
i?.serled that .lacksolnville illight he con-
pared to the mouthpiece of tilt State.
T'aimpa the heart. built that Miamni i- thi t1
land that irotk- lle cradle of oir i w ilit; TIE
w arm anti gi--nitro liaiit oIt-iiig e xt rilii4_
it tlea an i kt il his iliil Southern Drug Manufacturing
evelopltii-nts. advant.iags and rlnift of tilhe
lower ea-t coast. 1i paid coinplitineti l Com pany
mlliai anlld Dadle couiy in parIliilllar and
a.as strong in his astertiol, I it( ;- Corner of forsyth and Jefferson Sts.
vllantages to it- derived froni lhe cotllll
fairs. and how miich tih local in-tilltion Jacksonville, florida.
lhas tdoln for this .section of the State.
Mr. Wilsoln tnalde a most favorable ito-
in Itiu ti il l their appreciation ott11 t t ie l, ill 1
ing ad ilI liWholesale Drugs Cormmiissary Supplies
Mr. Ingrahlni tiollowed il in bre ;id i
iless. conlining his remarks eintirtly lt th, WVe solicit the '1 rrptenti~i and Mill Trade iandi will wb glad to quote prices on
fertility of thel soil andl 1itrod-ls of tlit' aiiythinlg i-l the d(rug line. \Ve make packed drugs a specialty and can save you
'ast. coast. anld i orle as to D)ade (o tntyIi. Ioney. Mail orders. art given prompt atteiitiili.
whilhi is onel oofthe richest ill tih State.
Mr. Ingrahamni's remarks \\ee to the point
and took well.
10 THE WEEKLY INDUSTRIAL RECORD.
JAMES A. HOLLOMON. Editor-in-Chief. .t e' er' -e-sion lf tile Florida legis- 'loublt thatt theli rumors are uell founded
Slature tire aie lills introduced which far in fact. General Manager Frank 1. Dur-
J. O. LaOrONTISEE. Associate Editor. frol ini in t Ih ilte( t of thie people den. whoi is also its chief owner is ill
A. H. MAILSH, Business Manarer. of thll Slate. ililll Ilows i at somie of the Richmlond. lie makes headquarters in Sa-
g~rea tst in Illa illalfci(itrllig or other character vannalll, iland it was slated at hlii ollive yes-
Published Every Friday. of enterprises. .\t tlie last session there terday that lie \wod Ino itreturn until the
uBareron (Domestic) ..3.00 Per Annum \\ere a nuiilier of those bills killed and latter part of tle \\ eek. liielihond is in
SBSC N ((Foreign).... 3..u0 there is Int tlie slightest doublt that there close proximityi to the headquarters qf Mlr.
will lie as maiinyiv tio ineet tii" same fate .Joh1n Skelton ii'illianms.
"The Pine and Its Products." aIt tie iomling se-s ion. lweports, are also prevalent that the
-- i- Duing ilie lpast f'ew years some of the Darien and iiWestern lRailroad, Awhich is
All communications should be addressed lmost exll'slive. industries ill this State reaclliin out foor connecting transportation
rhe Industrial Kecord Company. naval A leI tp el'at a trihave been taxed l I it l.tic in iri ng ain isi l tllig
Jacksonville. Fla. 11when 11it ll. slightest nIls essity nor tlhe during onl a1 al.grtellen t with the suIpposi-
Sg.i t. '-t jiiutice ditaUinded it. It has lt been tlious trunk line. The line would accord-
branch Editorial and Business Offices at le nSalne willh tlil ia iinfaeturers of fer- in tt slpee-lation I I. con po ed of the Au
Savannah. Ga. tilizer in Florida. The stamnip yste coin- gll ta & Fllorida Ibet\\een Midville and
opels the lntano tfactulrers of fertilizer in this iKevsville. tractkage .rights w ili the Ieor-
Enterel at the Potitice at J;wk~ ~oviile. Fla.. ~ e to pay It tribute of $25.5N110 annually. gia liailroad into iAu i. the Stilllmore
ais seurattl-o Aiiu lllsia re-. -
at the lowest calculation. This has Iwen .iir L.ine, the Millen & Soutihestern. a
Adlpted by thee Executive Ccilnmitlee of '"don despite lhe fact ltha this Stlate ol(ight liiig tlo Ie .cont.lrucd bIetweten Vaildsta.
the turpentine Operator-" Aisociation t, lenld ienutiragement rather than retard Douglas and it iliaa. Douglas, Augusta &
September 12. 1.lt12. as ilt exclusive olli- I:anuitfaeturilng enterprises. I;,ulf. the Valdosta & Southern.
cial organ. Adopted in annual convention There is hardly a doubt that other Ineas- All the lines enumerated are small in-
Septelnber 11 as the organ also of the geil- "l's CIlally as IIunjut i a those cited will dependent liine ai.nd wlile each is said to
eral association. Ie atlllpted at tile colning session of lie paying upon indelpndent operation. it
Adopted April 27th. 190:1. as thie ollicial tlhe Florida I\\ makers. All of them is understoii l that tlhe owners could lie
organ of tlie Interstate anie Growers' As- totgll to be lprolmtly voted down. persuadedl t sell. It is not ditlicult to
sociation. Adopted Neptembler 11, 1903, as .. calculate I that the expenses of operation as
the only ollicial oigln of the T. 0. A. STOCK GROWERS. a Irink line could li. materially reduced
C(ommenided to llllller plple by special l Marclih "2. stock growers ill meet at and ithe earning INiwer increased by con-
resolution adopted lby tile Iieolrgia Sawmill Kl isi l-iiUei. that place andl date having solidalion.
Association. lii i'ee pele-ted for the annual convention
Aof the Southelastern Stock Ilrowers' Con- Alligator Oil and Leather.
THE RECORD'S OFFICES. It i -siinuglav a!plropriate tlat those It is i fact that iiuch if the alleged
The puliisliing plant and thlie main of- who are inter.est,,d in the improvement of "aligall*r leather" i, made from the conm-
fiees ot tlie lndultrial Ilec-d '( tiipany IFlorida sto,.k shllo i select that e.(tioin Ipratively harmless deri ni of tlie sheep.
are located at tlie inter-ectioin ot Bay aud of tie S tate for ia plli of i.eelin where ri',ite. a is, coirelpondelt. So perfect hias
Newnan Street-, .laksonville. FlHa.. in tl ,.tok .,ring, ha. heen one of the prin- thi iiitation liusiness lecone that few
very heart of tlie great tlurpentine and -ipal, i,,llistl'ies. bht wulere cattlee hav expIts wiill nlllditake to distinguish real
yellow pinel indusitrie'. heen ro-ised and s,,l without regard to alligator hide froin shlepskin alter it lha
trade ot te entire South. charlater f tock. the ('ban market tak- heen inade up into fancy leather articles.
The Savannah. I(;I.. illice is in the Boralrd Ii, and pning g o,,d ,lices for the native At the sale 1 time. a very good trade is yet
of Trade"Builiing.. ,Savanliul is thie lead- llailnlpr.ed, Fhlorida .ow. Now. however.
;]f.and t here is an urgent ined of better qial]- front Fl"idaI. S persistlent Ihave 1the
NOTICE TO PATRONS. itl. the gilroers of cattle at Kissinitele. hunters aIter the" e *kins become that
All payments for advertising in the In- pioneersii inll tli great indui ry. are t t tIhe're s a danger of the alligator becoming
dustrial Record and subscriptions thereto ihave thie lopporillity of hearing ltho.e wlilh extinct in (cetain territories: alnd as tile\
must be made direct to the home office in have Iwenl engaged il improving breed I er'v to keep down other less desirable
Jacksonville. Agents are not allowed to -i, their efi eriences. tell of results al credit ur's. it is not unlikely tle American
make collections under any circumstances. their naquiried knowledge of tlie condi- i "ioverl'lielit will solo take measures fill
Bills for advertising and subscriptions are tion< ill hih makie an iii1rovellmet in stock k llit I ires-b.atio i. So iaua\ile had reail
sent out from the home office, when due, :. malit- of aMisuIte i. e--i's.i ialigati hde ihe. oe that it was seriously
and all remittances must be made direct Such iel a I -.. tham'li5s. (;ai'- il".-Isd to Ieed tlp saurians ii slitalle
to this company. skill. ( lia-se andl St. rs. are t-o le present ;'itlricts inl Ilrance. but. as far as lthe
Industrial Record Publishing Co. at this .coinenti'.n 1i uie ai deeper int.er- writer is ai a're. iio dleinlite steps have
s.i i. in o,,In o if tilt i-r. i- t indui.strie of tih, le i taken inll ip nectiloln with the pro-
Soii least eCti. Few Ieopile. however, know thliat
The increased price of lumber is i having tehe allig.' toir is noet only ilulable for its
rhe lII,.\cI1 1" 11, .I n- :-l ilm rl.l'tant fine nn4 111t alligator i 11, n \nlllalahla de fill. it-
a tendenyv to e'ncura e sill-tl t itlll.-. l i- t' I ll ,l"t i. t it iltllr te a deel- kil. l t thalt its grea-e Ias a co lllllle i I
Vti.r intel.-i in ,l,.,l, ,tek. The tin- afille. Acording,, to a French anuthlloritvy.
Watchti for thie I eal Estate Numiiillier of i in hi fat i k.non II ndr ltlthe inami'e ,if
the Industrial liecord. It will be a gemi. 1, "n'l t fr l.hili :;;. Southern IP'hl io "'.iiaairei" gri's-. and bri'igs froinm to 1I:
nly-- a ittlh Ilhur v i.l t. .li a.al soir !e i i;d ii,: tl.p. ii,, i -f stock to utilize
not sllllieient Tlw -e t11!. li,,llle-t r h r-I e ret i..,. I a I I v I iir, llv i n I ',I f i nn-t i ,,,I of
market this week. I the slighilt l-iiie wa- hi' i'. l., i,.ltt tu at ci anits leathlier. Prolablvy in conjiminctioin
not su1icient to ,ause tlhe slightest alarm i h, i-pss, il and .x\ i i :h other tish iils. p'lch as rude -cod oil.
T'e pw o r i.t
upward. There appears to he no telling t i e hod that tr will h a ir-dr in pro. ess. Ti preipraltion of
when the end will conlw. hut the indi.iatlionl In1u atle tIhi.anpil. alt K-sinlnle and that th alialiatr fat is siille. t le lh eh of
are that it is on ti e the i in \\ill in \.y a i tihe animal hlein l wei slied il ilnd hoi l.
f a n re ...-. It is -mid the species of nalligator indiige-
If Ivol are aIn opi rat.. an i il n el' of '. inon, to MlaI ar furnislies more solid
eomntissarv checks or otherr cii-,c s of joib l raises tlluai any other variety of theu
printing. sendl your .o1rei, in at ionce. We MORE RAILROADS FOR PERRY. cayman ilspeies. some going so far as to
can supply youi promptly. aV moilre thian alli he obtained from allv
Rumor Says Road Is to Be Built from otil|r kind of lili oi. pecutliaritv oif
Prices of spirils still Ienain itoodl. They Madison. ill'ator oil is that it soliiilis at the
will always 'relilnill o if llIIt 11:1\il -tir.,- lcc.tlii p iilbli :il ion in The Mletropo.li- of point oif icopui ilelilig. inII(-t loth r lmaillne or
Iop rators stand tiietlih r an iln i slit upiiIon the lp'liirh.i- I) lohln Skelton i \\illiiamli ti-h, oil, ,inilly tlii-cke iln ;it ilIe sall tent
a fair price foii their gol d-l forui er!l pNl l iiJuint of thlie Seallliil .ir peraliie. ifter tie otil is extracted the
- .Line. :iil hi- ;-s-iates. of thue i )u l Il~sli i-. s-i -driel. :ind forisiu ai excellent
So ie of tlhe it:ip publiaVtiion- whiti i lila-tn 1ippd u lf i ll ilhwa hlia l leeln lirac- mil: 1ilI4re. FinallyI. certain glpinid of tlhe
are expressing regri'ts l :ei-e oif the high lically coiliriil iy subhseillenll tIranal- ;lligalor contain inII-k. which, as imost
price of spirits. are lnot alv o' ctl ing alll .- t' all tll h l rllumor consul nl action i i altier-, are iin i-. i- ise in the l inu-
thing calculate. l to Ib of hIlut tlil tI lihe t dlieir (|(i s! thait will flo m aii line f i fro l inctl e of lp rfullii's.
operator. Thley are hlo kiig ilti lie otlilr .\ii(ll'-lp! t, thi e (.illf.
eiind of the tradl. It is said liht _lr. hilliams has also Low Rates to Atlanta and Return via At-
-- - pll .'-i io is iieol liatilni tile liprchai-e l c
The niavl s'liir operator i tlhe limot in 'I tili '.!iilleii and Siithiwesterni and lie lantic Coast Line.
dependent iian in Florildai to- iday. Ii' wn ill \'Aiillol-ti S lith11 cl-1r. The fllrll e exte\lildis Ii n ii-.iroIlnI (utof W heele'ir llem rial laI y.
(intiniiue to lie s asi lon i igi lil e ii;Iurds hi ir'" i Mi lli' ionl tlhe I'lltrl. iii \~ilhl stl \Mari i -'h 2ih. :iand1 Se' nd Ann.\i iiil Ihlllienioll
interests andill keel ps \a p :ilwr e i ouit f.i Il tl Is..I.1ard. anil thle latter fromi Vil- nf t t l ill hi a d hte rlay. il-' March 2t81h aM nd
breakers. i,!" tia. Iol Ml:li-ol. FIa. The surmised 29th. thie At.ilantic I( ii-t \.ie ill -ell
.. lilli i li' R lilalls \\oi|hli lli' a i (.llllnectinil :i' ketk firolm A ll Ioiiils ion its line to A.t-
Slillk ti I'er Iy froi tihait poiniit to Tallia ianit:. t:;1.. and lretullir at late of one fliiare
SHOULD JOIN ISSUES. iI;pi--s, il I,v lh I,, Florila T'ransil .ine. ani pli- .> centlt- foir Ithp r0,undi, trip: litie- lof
At the neNt s,--ioii -f the Ihi, rila L.1iti l uin "l all-i',-s e tio .Ipalaclhcola l yv tillh s le Ahi h -5tli h t nll d p 12 tli. \ith final limi it
nature. tiholse indul--trie- \hJlic'h appeal r to I I1-griini. I-Flridi al u d A. llaihla !in dal s ini addition to daite' of ale..
be a Iprey for thlose who al ,' in i llerilri s of \
jnl tiieal pre'ferlnmeli t .iiglit to gu't livLe'thel r ritoi t l !iioui which tIhe line uioiuld plt- FIll .\ C. IIt i.S' 'l \.
anil see to it tliat I y il hill hich is intro- Ilight llor. without trilbutary contri-bu- 1). 1P. A., .laeksonville. Fla.
GEORGE H. MASON.
Mr. ('orge II. Mason, manager of the
Everett Hotel, is one of the youngest,
though one of the most successful, hotel
Imenl of Florida. It is due entirely to the
excellent management that the Everett
Hotel is becoming the popular place for
the arnuy of commercial travelers who
visit .lcuksonville. Mr. Mason had the
business judgment to see the advantage
in catering to this class, and lie did so.
lie has Ileen onie hotel manager who has
bent his energies toward building up a
trade for Iis hotel along the people of
iis ownvi State or amlonig those who spend
a considerable part of their time in Florida.
le people froli all parts of the State
are indiing the Everett a most desirable
place and il M. Mason is getting a great
part of this trade.
At lirei'snt' the Everett has 100( well ap-
pointed iroom w ith excellent facilities,
liut MIr. Mason will spend $.25.000 this
nsummier oill improvements, consisting of an
electric elevator, an additional story and
nmole otliie pandi lobby room. lThese im-
iprovelments arI'e made necessary because
if thle fast increasing patronage.
MIr. 11,son and his hotel merits the
Ilcuti-s lie hias achieved. 'Courteous and
obliging. careful and enterprising, he has
oi-ine tol tlie front as one of the Iest and
liii t siilcessful lotel nieli of the State.
A DESERVED COMPLIMENT.
Police Department Votes to Elect Stuart-
lThe enterprising firm ofi Stuart-Bern-
siein lhas Ibeen awarded the contract for
-upplh%) ing tlie Ja.Icksonlille Police Depart-
ilent withi suimnner luniformis.
The award of this contract this year
was mnade I-by ai vote of the Jacksonville
police force,. the viinining tirn as a high
testmiiniu.iy olf good golodls and fair and
equiitable dealing. receiving forty-two votes
toi twpen-t -ix for the other firm who were
after clothing the .Jacksonville patrolmen.
lhlis is a vo te of confidence which any
hlir pan appreciate. The men who patrol
the streets know tlie firnis who do buhsi-
nies lire and thlie compiilimlent which the
Stuart -llernstein Comiipany received is one
which lias ibeen well 1won.
There arie six*ty'-eight lluniforms to lie sup-
plied. Ihe price liwinpg $12.50 each.
Tihe ia' n company has been awarded
the coniliract for supplying uniforms for
the Staie Board of Ilealth.
At thei l. I.i lon IIHospital recently Mr.
Wyvnne E. Iaipter hehl an inquiry with
refereci--ie to lie death of Cecilia Johnson.
agedll -i\clty--iev' tlhe wife of ta house
decoratorii. io 77 StNiord Road. How. De-
cea'se;1 hulad elu' in lhe habit of rubbing
her hliesi withh tirlpentine. She uas doling
this ntear thile ire iwi un the spirit took
lire mil sihe was shockinlly hlurnled Ilefore
assi-tan ic arrived. The 'coroner stated
that oil opti pasion ie ihed lan inquest
ion a woma who N.il is burned to death
whli cl-,,aing -i i flurs with turpentine.
TlIe tire wasx -ire distance away. hut the
flime- took lire. A vlrditc of accidental
deatilh was returned.
THE WEEKLY INDUSTRIAL RECORD. 11
THE CHRISTIE-GROOVER DMG CO.,
-11w- BUY OUR DrIMS AT NOME AID SAVE TIME AID MONEY.
IA Hgg0N .I_ F5 trisinal
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO APPLY
FOR LETTERS PATENT.
Notice is hereby given that the under-
signed will apply to the Honoralle N. B.
Broward, Covernor of the State of Florida.
on the 2d day of April, 190(4. for letter,
patent incorporating the ('o-(lprative
Investment C(nipany, under the following
PROPOSED CHARTER OF CO-OPERA-
TIVE INVESTMENT COMPANY.
The undersigned hereby associate them-
selves together for the purpose of becoint-
ing incorporated anil framing a corpora-
tion under and by virtue of the laws of
the State of Florida under the following
* proposed charter.
The name of this corporation shall ie
the CO-OPERATIVE INVESTMENT
COMPANY, and its business shall be con-
dueted in the State of Fiorida and in other
States of the United States of America
and in foreign countries wherever neces-
sary or convenient. lhe principal oltice of
said corporation shall lie in the city of
Jacksonville, Duval County, Florida.
The general nature of tlhe business to be
transacted by said corporation shall be as
To buy, .ell and deal in real estate for
its owin count, and on commission, tim-
ber and timler lands; to buy, sell and
deal in groceries, dry goods, halrdware and
all kinds of merchandise; to manufac-
ture, produce, bIqv, sell and deal ill lumilr.,
timber and all articles of produce, and
buy products manufactured or derived
from timber; to lease, rent. hire, own and
appraise lands and timber for naval stores
purposes. lumber and other purposes, on
commission or otherwise; to develop, sell.
convey, lease, mortgage, pledge.. exchange.
improve and otherwise deal in and d s-
pose of real estate and real property, tinm-
ber lands and any right, interest or estate
therein; to own and operate. lease, hire,
use and maintain tracks, wharves, ware-
houses and storage facilities of every kind.
to receive profits and toll therefrom; to
subscribe for, purchase, receive o(wn and
hold for investment or otherwise sell and
dispose of and make advances on stocks,
bonds shares and -security or obligations
of other corporations whatsoever, wherev-
er located or organized, and while the own-
er or holder of any such stock, Isnds or
obligations to exercise all the rights, pow-
ers and privileges of ownership thereof.
and to exercise all and any voting I)owers
thereof: to sell. ilortgage, sublet. pledge.
hire, lease or convey the property of said
corporation or any part thereof at will.
and to invest the proceeds of same at
pleasure and in such manner as may it
determined by the hy-laws: to Ibuy. sell.
and deal in for its o\n Iaccount and
others, sewer and gas pipe anil all kinds
and character of plumbling material. andl
to engage in the plumbing businesss; to
receive payment for capital stock sub-
scriled for in money or in property. labor
or service, at a just valuation therefore in
the discretion and judgment of the IBoard
of Directors; to nuake coltrlacts of alny
kind whatsoever for lie furt lheranee of its
Spurp)oses andl Ilsiiness-: Ito have a lien upon
all thle sh:arcs f any "-tiickhller who mai
become indlebted to this corporation either
individually. as co-partner, surety vor
otherwise. with tie right to sell or dis-
pose of such stock or oiill portions there-
of as may he nece-saIry to pay suiel in-
debtedness. at either public or private -.sale
and ipon s-ich notice and terms as the
Board of Directlor nmay plresiriblp and with
the further right to refuse to traiisfer
such -toek until the filllpyiiient of all
indebtedness. and to make osuh by-laws
in furtherance hereof as may lie deemed
necessary. and to have and exercise all
such powers as niay lie necessary ITr eon-
venient to the several businesses of said
corporation, under the laws of the State
The foregoing classes shall lie construed
as independent busin es. objects and ipow-
ers, and il lhe enuiierationl of ailny specific
business or power shall not lie elid to
limlit or restrict in any manneiiiiii te Iusi-
ness, object or lower of this corporation.
The aniount of tll(h capital stock of said
ciorsraition shlal Ie tw enty-live thiousild
dollars to lie diviled into two lun11111ied and
lift shares of the piar value of One Ilun-
dredl Dollars each. all or any part of the
capital stock of said corporation may lie
payable in or issued for the purc-hase of
priplerty. labor and service at a just val-
laton thereof lo Ii'. fixed liv tlie Board
of D)irecto;i. at a meeting to be called for
Thlie term for which said cori'poratiion
shall exist shall be nlinety-nine years.
The business of said corporation shall
be conducted by the following oilicers:
a President, \ ice-Presildent, Secretary and
Treasurer and a Board of not l-ss ithanll
tree, nor more tlan thirteen directors.
The office of Secretary and Treasurer may
be held bIy the same person.
The IBoardl of Directos imay a tpo int
subordinate otlieerls of tlhi.s corporationn,
anld all olier ollicers having such powers.
duties andl terms of oltice as may lie sub
scribed by the by-laws or by their ap-
lpointment. The Dirlectoirs shall be elected
by tile stockholders at each annual mleett-
ing. all other officers shall I. elected an-
nually by tle Directors. The annual
meetings of this corporationn shall lie heli
on the second 1Monday in April of achcl
year. The date of the annual mii eting
may lie changed by thie ly-laws.
The stockholhler.s shall mee.t oin tih !ithl
day of April. 19)06. it being tile first annual
meeting of the stockhollhhers of this cor-
poration. in tle city of Jacksonville. Fior-
ida. at 10 o'clock a. mi.. for the ,purlise
of adopting liy- lawss holding the first clei-
tion of ollicers and completing the organi-
zation of this corioraition, and until tlhe
ollicers elected at the first election shall Ie
qualified. the Ibusiniess of this corporate in
shall lie eonlducted by the following olli-
eers: ). L. Ratliliiie. President; .1. 1i.
Kuchler. Vi e-Prheidelit. and A. o. .ohin-
sonm. Secretary and Treasurer; and II. L.
liathboln. .1. E. Kuehhler and A. <:. .Jolhn-il-
The highest aiiimont of indelte In ss or
liability to wihhich this corporation 'hall
at any time subject itself shall Ihe twice
the amount of its aut horized capital .toik.
Thle namls and resideihllesi of tile sub-
scribers ;:inil inliirloratos o i (f saidl 'orlo-
ratilon. together wiith the anounlt of capi-
tal stock subscribed for nby each are :ri fiol
.1. E. Kuhiiilr. .Jac.ksonville. Fia.. ten
D. L. liatlhloine.. Jlcksonville. Fla.. teni
A.. (;. .lohli.s J.Lcks-onville. Fla.. ten
State of Flo'hid-n. county of l)Iv;l. sis.
lBefore i, e personally appeared 1). L.
l;ithlole. .1. K ,.blehr ald .\. (;. .Iolmsn
to mie Iwell know ii alil kiinown to me to It
tlie indiviiidual described ini andil liI exe-
ute.d ilhl,- for'uoi'ii lah;irtrr. nidl they" '-i-
erally aeknowleh'd.h 1 hl-fo'ie me that thev
exed-itiil the -niie. fior hI e piurpo,..s ilierein
\\it lie- my halin and| ollii'ial s ial this
2:i14 diay of Fo-lruar\. A. 1). 1906tl.
1("\ N S v I- 1, Y \I,.I..
Nolnf V uII lic. S; iIe of Flh rihi.
(Not, Iri:il S ,al I .i
My -coinii--inn cxpiiiei. 2)c. 2. 1 i1.i.
BARGAINS IN POULTRY.-Billff irping-
toils, hill' l,. uh, -.. \l tt lh. i .\n (.n:ius anm l
\\hliile. I lliiMouth l;,ocks. hioice Iok ;it
half tlie umuail pri.ce. This is ;I ,'ood op-
poitulitv to wct -I.oI ftoul chllap. Ad-
dre.. JOHN P. SMITH. Publisher,
MILLER &* COMPANY
STOCKS, BONDS, COTTON, GRAIN AND PROVISIONS.
West Building Jacksonville, Ha. Paul R. Viggs, 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. NVew York Oflice, 100 Broadway.
II. E. PRITCHETT, Pres. P. L. SUTHERLAND. Vice-Pres. A. D. COVINGTON, Sec'y.
.J. P. COUNCIL, Treas and Gen'l Mlgr.
THE COUNCIL TOOL 00,,
General Offices: JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
Factory: WANNANISH, N. C.
Manufacturers of High Grade Tools
fo, Naval 8E10,1 Oppaw .
Several tracts of 8,000 acres to 35.000 acres and
several good turpentine places already open
OFFERED FOR SALE
HEDRICK'S REAL ESTATE AGENCY,
112 West Forsyth Street. JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.
I4* tl11I Ii II I11 I lllI I ** III I It t I I I I II I I III*IIII1 II 1
W W. 'ARNES. Press. W. C. THOMAS. Manager. R. S. CARNES Se & T
STampa Hardware Co.
Turpentine. Mill anrd Phosphate Supplies. *
433TAMPA. FLO IIDA.
I I atli14tt1i lit 14 Itllti I I Iilll I IIt ll II I I I
B. B. TATUM, Pres.
.. L. WALLAC(E, Vice-Pres. H. G. STONE, Secy-Treas.
Incorporated $25.000 Capital Stock.
A branch of the original Leslie E. Keeley Institute of Dwight, Ill., has just been
opened it coli'ir of Park and Stockton Street, in Riverside, where a splendid
building. equipped with all the comforts and conveniences of a modern home or
-anitariilm has been secured and is ready for the reception of patients in need of
WHISKEY, OPIUM, MORPHINE, COCAINE, TOBACCO OR CIGARETTE HABITS.
\rite for full information as to treatment, terms. etc.
KEELEY INSTITUTE OF FLORIDA.
Telephone No. 1553.
The Wilson Still Ahead of All Others
I. E. NORTH
HAM & CO.,
10 to 30 bbl. cap.
always on hand
I'ROMPT ATTENTION (lIVEN OI)DERSH FOR RHEIPAIRS.
W ||O.7 Tchoupitoulas Street,
W. K. WILSO NEW RLANS, LA.
,IAUK= V181tv "0"fi1
12 THE WEEKLY INDUSTRIAL RECORD.
FIFTH A VENUE HOTEL
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 tle finest in the city.
HITCHCOCK, DARLING 0L COMPANY.
' l t44448 t I It 1i41 1I*I41***ttt *)t4tI*44II t*+*
J. W. Motte.
C. B Parke,
W. W. Wilder.
Sec. & Treas.
John R. Young Co.,
Lombard Iron Works Sam'l P.Holmes&Co.
and Supply Company Stocks, Bonds, Cotton.
BUILDERS AND DEALERS IN Grain and Provisions.
NEW YORK GOTTEN EXCHANGE
CHICAGO BOARD OF TRADE
Direct private wires to all exchanges.
Local stocks and bonds a specialty.
Bell Phone 853 Baldwin Block
NUINI L OU ILtK ..
Cotton, Saw, Fertilizer, Oil and Ice Ma-
chinery, and Supplies and Repairs.
Capacity for 200 Hands.
Machine Tools, Wood-Working Machinery.
Shafting, Pulleys, Hangers, Leather ann
Rubber Belting and Hose, Railroad and
Mill Supplies and Tools.
Plans and estimates furnished for Power
Pl;nts and Steel Bridges.
Steam P'mups. Feed Water Heaters and
JOSEPH ZAPF & CO.
Naval Stores factors. Wholesale Grocers.
Savannah Q Brunswick. Ga.
B. W. BLOUNT, C. A. PETTEWAY, A. C. BACON,
Preet i-P t resident Sec'y & Treas.
PENINSULAR NAVAL STORES CO.
Successors to TIMMONS-HLUNT CO.
Naval Stores Factors and Commission Merchants.
DEALERS IN Turpentine Operators' Supplies
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION
Flat Slavannah Prices paid for R;sin and Turpentine, ,les
Offices iAmerican National Bank Bldt.. Tampa. Fla.
Yards, Port Tampa City.
J. S. Schofield's Sons Company,
***+************<*s ******************* ****
* Headquarters for
S 3" Distiller's Pumping :
H No plant complete without one.
* ^4 Hundreds of them in use in Georgia, r
* H Florida, Alabama, Mississippi and
South Carolina. Write us for particu-
SH lars and prices. We also manufacture
SEngines, Boilers and High
Sas well as carry a full and complete *
Mill Supplies, Pipe,
4 Boiler Tubes, Etc. ;
Advise your wants.
? Macon, - Georgia. ?
$ A tlea, Specalttv of al
W* ish of Task Work for Tmrpetklee Sticral Proses *
* * *******4444 *** 0 4 9**0**0 *, @ 0 0 s *0* 0 0
Wholesale Dealers in and Bottlers of
St. Louis Lager Beer
Liquors, Wines, Mineral Watei
Write for Prices
Contracting Electrical Engineers
Sell and Install Complete Electric LighI
and Power Plants, Telephone Ex-
changes. Wholesale Electric
14 West Bay Street,
EVERYTHING THAT IS GOOD AND
SMART IN WEARING APPAREL FOR
MEN AND BOYS.
and Florida's Largest
and Best Year-Round
DODGE & CULLENS
Owners and Proprietors.
H ROBINSON. Pres H. GAILLARD Cashier
WV. B. OWEN. Vice-Pres.
rs Commercial Bank,
BRANCHES: Ocala. Fla.. Lake City. Fla
Jacksonville, - - florida
FIRE INSURANCE-Lowest rates. Lo
ren H. Green & Co., 9 and 10 Park Bldg.,
lacksonville, Fla. 6mro
Lease on 125 thousand acres virgin
Be t tract in the Republic of Mexico
Address Apartado Postal No. 80 Morelia,
SEALS, RUBBER STAMPS AND STENCILS
Made to Order Six to Twelve Hours.
Florida Rubber Stamp Works
224 Main Street. Jacksonville, Fla.
Coons & Goldere
Turpentine Operators on
Pipe, Boilers and Pumps
Expert Mechanics and Plumbers
HUTCHINSON AUDIT CO. 22 W. Adams Street Jacksonv:lle. Fla.
Public Accountants & Auditors
Cay, Shine IM cCall
Board of Trade Building Ca Shine S McCall
Phone 3 2 Jacksnnvlle, Pla. 212 Dyal-Upchurch Bldg, t-one 1955
THE WEEKLY INDUSTRIAL RECORD. 13
SHOES. DRY GOODS, Wholese
NOTIONS. .... lle
NEW SHIP HERE SUNDAY.
Shawmut Will Ply Regularly Between
Jacksonville and Philadelphia.
Workmen are busily engaged on the
lock, foot of Laura street, getting it in
shape for tile arrival of the steamship
Shawmint, of the Southern Steamship
(Ampany, the first st eamer of that line to
come up to the city front.
Are lights are being ,trung through the.
warehouse and on the outside where the
ship will be moored. abutment piling is
being driven on the western side of the
dock, trucking slides have been built and
are on hand and signs have been painted
and nailed to each end of the pier.
An office is being built at the north end
of the warehouse, where tile checkers.
stevedores, etc.. will be located. The
steamer Shawmut will arrive here either
Sunday or Monday with a heavy freight
This ship will ply regularly between
Jacksonville and Philadelphia. the owner
of the line having found that tile business
between tile two pollt warranted such a
Later in the season, or as soon as the
freight business warrants it. another ship
will be placed on tilis line. The Southern
Steamship C(ompalny I;qs come to stay and
the managers are delighted with the busi-
ness they have already received.
The pier secured by this company is in
the heart of the business center of .lack-
sonville. and no better landing place for
the company's ships could have been se-
A Typewriter Story.
A short time ago the idea was conceived
by a few prominent men that tle day
of the high-priced typewriter was a thing
of the past and like the bicycle met its
Waterloo when tile Postal Typewriter Co.
put out a $25.00 machine complete in ev-
ery detail. universal keyboard. with S7
characters. the writing in sight all the
time: powerful manifoller and weighs
101/2 pounds. Agents wanted in every
town in Florida. $25.00 cash or $30.00
in time. Aldress Postal TYvlpwriter
Agency. 211 Jhval Brldg.. Jacksonville.
Wanted--Position as stiller. Can fur-
nish best of references. Write R. L. Dah-
ney. Prosperity. Fla. tf
GINS AND RUMS
$1.50 $5.0 per Gallon
Lewis 1866 and Mount Vernon
Pure Rye Whiskies.
Controllers Blum's Monogram and Syl-
van Rye-Agents for Jungst Cincin-
nati and Pabst Milwaukee Beers.
Prices on application.
CHAS. BLUM & CO.
517 and 519 WEST BAY STREET
THE INDUSTRIAL RECORD manu
factures more of them than all the print-
ing and office supply houses in the South
Industrial Record Go.
WM. D. JONES
107 E. BAY ST.
Mall Orders Solicited.
THE BOND & BOURS CO.
WHOLESALE 0 RETAIL
SASH, DOORS, BLINDS, PAINTS.
Oils, Glass, Stoves, Tinware, Country Holloware.
10 WEST BAY STREET.
East Coast Lumber Co.
ROUGH AND DRESSED LONG LEAF
Yellow Pine Lumber
Bundled Rosin Barrel Staves in Carload
Steamer Shipments a Specialty.
22-30 West Bay Street
for Our Customers
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
Dry Goods, Clothing, Gents Furnishings and Hats.
MAIL ORDERS GIVEN PROMPT ATTENTION
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wcsJaou~s~isc~umcxjuucs~E~arJaof3~~c3Ess sfs~ExsaffsJmummammma~s s~s~ill~zc~k;srJIJcrrJf~
~i~~i~ic~l~ c"0%%%%%1M" 10000069mvEE~f~mar
14 THE WEEKLY INDUSTRIAL RECORD
Jacksonville Grocery Comp 'y
w. ..HR,, Wholesale Grocers and Distillers' Supplies.
Marwer. Oftice and WarehomM Viaduot A. 0. L. Ry. Jacksonville, Florida
FORTUNES AND OPPORTUNITIES THE CENTERVIEW (Missouri) RECORD
In Western Mlinne-ota. uend 10p. to the will advertise ynur idea over all easternr n
undersized and receive iPpers explainiing Missouri. \Write for advrtisin rates te o
conditions as they\ xi't. Fine lands in the THE RECORD,
healthful North alo for :ale. Centerview, Missouri.
FRED BUMBOY, Can
THE NATIONAL LAND L
The only genuine real estate p
listed in America. It circulate-
State and territory in the U
many copies go to Canada. Mex
DIAMONDS AND WATCHES |
SWe simply ask a call. We can show yon, at correct and money
IN GOOD OLD GEORGIA--All organsas saving prices, many papers of loose pure white, perfect
IST. in Florida who Nwant to read a live. local DIAMONDS. It is our desire to continue being the largest
nial. er publ- wekly lipaper fiom their native t ,ti'. Diamond dealers In Jacksonville, and our specialty Is tine round-
in every slionid scntl sl.oo for yenr's sl>ueription cat gems and high-grade Waltham and Elgin Watches.
union. anl to the TELFAIR ENTERPRISE, McRae,
ico,. South i Ga. Nice oh WVorik a sieRainlte.
SHESS SL R Diamonds. Watches, Jewelry,
H S W k & LAG LE 11-13 Main St., 339W.Bay, Jacksonville, Fla.
ARAG ON. ",
Under new management. Thormtghly
renovated and repaired throughout, in-
cluding new elect ic elevator aLd our
own electric light plant.
H. N. O'NEAL, Prop.
e White Steam-Car I
IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN
Call on us and allow us to demonstrate the WHll E.
It is the car for service, will run in the sand or on any
kind of road. You don't wait to get up steam.
Pillsbury & Batchelder, R"XT ,VFRS~ T
1 txsowsxxssx\xxxxs^x mEUC^EJEv^^sm smmsC
M. A. Baker,
INVENTOR AND MANUFACTURER OF THE
Write me for prices and outfits
F. O. B any point in Georgia. Flor-
ida. Alahama or Mississippi. All
stills sold under a guarantee.
Tlbrlgh the Contr a Specialty.
The Largest and Oldest Copper Brun
Works in Georgia. BrunSw ick,
IET My specialty is large worms and heavy bottoms that do not leak
4 Standard t8 t*9t I t I 44 I ttlt94I t 144 it14 I company
- Standard Clothing Company
METROPOLITAN TALKING MACHINE CO.
AGENTS WANTED %' 523 Main Street. Jacksonville. Fla.
L. R. PEETE & CO.
Stocks, Bonds, Cotton,
tem 7, 112 West Bay Street.
Orders executed for cash or carried on margin,
Corresp nd.nts-M. J. sage & Co., Inc., 42 Broadway, N. Y.
DIRE .T PRIVATE WIRES.
Phiome 117. Jackso
WILLIAM G. POWELL,
OHIO FARMING LANDS.
Attorney at Law,
Othio farmi. lii '1; 'nl Iud .inii-- enterr County Court House
pri-es -;>n I e i.t l.ly .eured i tli ogli Jacksonville, FIa.
colrrti lMndni ir wit\ l
Real Property Law a Specially*
W. C. Shoemaker, Ashley, Ohio. R P
Searches Abstracts and Reports.
* FASHIONABLE CLOTHIERS AND FURNISHERS,
* 17 and 19 West Bay Street, Jacksonville, Florida.
: Stetson and Hawes Hats. Special Attention Given to Ma I Orders.
i 113 I I 3 *341tt 41 4ll t tl- 1 i13 1133 t1 4 I4 l 1 1*4114
Atlantic Coast Line
FLORIDA, GEORGIA. ALABAMA, VIRGINIA,
NORTH CAROLINA, SOUTH CAROLINA
T The reat Highway of Travel between
FLORIDA, the EAST, WEST, NORTH and SOUTH |
4 CONVENIENT SERVICE. ELEGANr PULLMAN EQUIPMLNT, MAt-NIFICI NT DINING CAR 4
4o te( NEW YORK AND FLORIDA SPECIAL
S Route of he t "CIXIE FLYER"
Celebrated FLORIDA AND WEST INDIAN LIMITED
4, Trains MONIGOMExY, L. I& N.
S ( CHICAGO AND FLORIDA LIMITED
S CLNVENIINT METHOD OF TRAVELING
S Al lnti.t (e m.t Lin- one ltitM-no1l mile licket (I< l ovt.r lif lt'ell It h l-ti l t las of
railrool, anolllliri('lli :ill pl)ol ti
infoii.atlion r i:rdini rates, chedtil-. I'nilal ru ce el.f i IO l on till e, oaist Lille
Ticket. 1 .tt.or write
F RANK C. BOYLSTON. W D. STARK. Travelin. Pass. Agt. ,
list. Pass. Ait.. 138 W. Bay Street. JACKSOWVILLE. FLA.
SH. M. EMERSON Gen'l Traf. ic Mgr. W J. CRAIG. Pass. Traffic Mgr
I z.%.V.W%%.%%%%.%%%%.gV .%_%S% V%\\ %% %%\N\\\ \\\\\\V^\a%\\
Records and Machines the
BEST, and CHEAPEST
THE WEEKLY INDUSTRIAL RECORD. 15
S"Florida's Greatest Carpet Store" "A Home Furnished By Us is Up-to-date"
Complete Stock of Carpets, Mattings, Rugs, Shades, Etc
Savage &. Whitford Carpet Company
S131 West Bay Street, Jacksonville
bout 4i 4c. Indivations point to further
Review of Naval Stores for a Week. ,n ing t ext ,e
..... \we(t ks. Th Ie nai\l sor's ieasonii is ap-
Spirits for the Week at Savannah. i frilln piI4 ent piriv.e.. Stock hlie t-,i. o i te cl. ich on Aril 1.
Price. Ilept ,sSta I- E'xp:1. 1,472 arrels. gains I .'t .2 Iarrels last e inad the Rosins.t f all
1TI-nilvda. M 13. 6I. l to 3' 0!4 1 i' ek. 1re l s. year a o 1.l3 for ht Pa t rad Is and t-he fIatilre ldra t ing ti f eek,
W sd',ay. M.il 14..S 4 1 0 0 44 r.l1. 4 o I cva- the tit ., l'it.ed p'riei, on all pales
TI'llI-da%. A1411. 15.149.. 11:1 6i03:4 Rosin. i r's.in I(t ing toi an iliun-llatioIn I f sup-
,,rs.a Thi-a market Ihos, aliut t.hadv. and Ilie son the pot. tilt latter g:ades were
e* |s-.ed for sales andI lprices wtre cut 5>i 15e
Rosin for the Week at Savannah. the ih.eland irl lo all grah.s ias lsl faith i. for 2. I. fr I el in yard d pri
Mondliav. Marchl 12. ILat pIler. The |.ress ,q(ioalion- are. ato.ether too for the \\'ek we,('e reduced i lo(:.. sep*T-
S. .21 5.15 high an t., ionr inidl are 1re t;il"'iiv'. a"ndi frs hit. week 4o ,. ark.le .l .s at .los-.
W( . . . . 11 .. 5 ,,otl t lrade prices'. I hie Sa% vann h marke t is i ,eing na lt n t i rkt g.o ., at elos- )
.. ... ....5.91 4.7-5 till A to F a d 4 one ii444 '" 1 o ,'ex pt ftll" wat er white.
N Ill 4. -ill ,,iong .\ to F" and (, at on pr. hich attia ed snt'e attention. resulting
I . 5.45 4.540 thii' l-Ieth thit' ieliinn glot is. 't .v , 1 u, all als,. Early in thie week about
K ..................... 5. 4.1 1 4 in i enl nd at 11l4tati \\ 0 I h.! ls. f 'ontin n and Kg od strained
S .............. .. . 4..)., :..s. nll t today: A l to A. lt 4.15: (1) t
II ....................... 4.25 3:.:0 4 Ill. l.i.1 : U; rade I) 1. *.4.10-25; E .4.25-
S ... ............... 4.140 2.917'1 : I' 1.3 :15: 4 4. 40: H $ .0 : I C Y P
F ...................... 4.10 2.12' .. 4..90: K I 5..) (404: -.1 $5.7.- 0;: N $1i.20 30:
E ................... ...4.14 2.S71 \Wi. .li.::5- 40: \\ W *4i..55- i: X W\\ .4i.s. Are I
I) .....4.140 2.s2 a1I XX\V \. 7.1 1.3. Stock there da. Cypress
('.\ .................. 4.141 2.77,'.. 24.1154 hb1 l .. agalin.t :_,9.415 harrel, lIty better th
\'i:Vk indi 14.24i l:r I, hl4-1. 4lear. than oth
7(k0: 41144: B. o I F. ll $3.75. 11 Quirt at Savannah.
-4: I A4.::0: K 14Y:M $5: N $t5.74; W.l.4 NoiF ll t; 41-;.k ,I p1iril, t11'.tnl-14timii4 51'
9111.1: W'm4. *4;. -itl. ;il 514t -oii[ ;i t Savannah ..it M44ii, i. The re-
4.4 i4ti t1 i t I .i/od s e!l -1iill44lle'll. I 14il 4
Wed4411 .iit da March 14.- lt.ii i'41sil frl: 4111 po4inlts \\14' it.1ide4 kwownt in she 414. 44i44
=1414.'. 7564: i1c-eipls. 1014 shIiipmetntm 1.316-; in'.r and44 iIntv'4('v4~t 141144444 l iithi.. (4it-
:!K. ~15.621. 4 4i' .: A. It. C. 1). E -igiil it ''l l' i14144 t, 41411' I thi n iii -if)
and441 F'. 114.44: 1;.4*.l: If $4.25: I :414.55: (nt,. \\itlitjt '.1,4, 1444 d e1 qt1i:vt .i
K $5.204: NI Ki5.45: N :*5.9444 \V4 I.L4 0 1111 (.11; 11~iI1 ,4 -t1. Ini tilt- lisle tradIinig 144ii"
126.96.36.199. 1101.244.l \\#.I*. 544 '.41414a tfivlt al.' 691 4114 (t
\%ti4)l 444 .ille'i. The4 44t144'114 rep.4 r, fol- 11h4
'Ilinrsi~lav Ala'cl 15. l-t4*.1t tililii: 'l'"Ila-it rv Wl t'11.k.. 1414 .ipine,'h4. 1744 catsk...
65;5:1 ree44ip41 S:1.t '.141jl~itlent. 747 44k. il 4110 44444. 4'. 1- N45 I, t\7 .'1Ilirk I44141kct \\;I-'
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4*41.115: I. A4.104: If 1114.244: I 114 55: K *5.211): \oa' rvvi\(t fttI (rin ti4.l~t-14414id inaik4':.
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Savan4411441 fool tilt. va4'o44l b~eginin~iig istpr~Il
1. I!W).-f.. 145 1 tel at Bilolrd (if Trade4'
I itsiller. teilsit Sit it.
Ye'trdayl . .... 172.744
W eek ............... 1.16l 2.i 2.
M month ............. .i.tl.9 i.tS. -
Sin(e April 1 ....... 74.247.21.S
Foreign ............ .-52. i7
ailtiIllore ......... .. .57:3.l.i5:
I'hlaldell ia ......... .474!.!4:1.3
New Yoirk ......... 33.::.i:637.04
lio-ton ............. i.7-4.414.i
(O tlher il'rts ................
7 77.3 18i
Turpentine at London.
I!)(M 19!045 19014 I!M:"
Stock -'Feb. 24. .17.il15a 14.765 *24.2!31 :.711
I)vl'd this Ak k l..4hlS 1.77:1 :.2>05 1.2:17
Since .ani. 1 ..12.05.-S 12.1i l .l 1 5.5-i 1 2.52S
d. -. .1 ,1 ,.
I'ri',, F l. 24. 24. 4 :41; 94 44 4:1 7.
.April ........ 4S :3 :7 44 4; 4: II4.
Sept. ItD .. 44 4; :3. ; 40 3 :1
Savannali h ...... li!' 'i>. :oi. : -'.
(a ) in'lllde. .S::!i) I'r ii' c : (bi) iinc.lild '-
:A F l' 1 "'Ii'lh.
1lpo1rtlel I y 4.hiJnle \Watt & Soon.
Naval Stores at New York.
The spiril-. tiurl|e till, inarket for th ,
' rk IIO-h \ ,1ry14 I Il Ilian 'ge. b)llt t4ll
4)4a4k.t i 4 1:4.1 tadl' 4and a gool ilIhbino;I
,n'-in.l hla1 hIrn 4 ,1 '. and \ith ia 'IN. -
,If g4oo I \\4 atlh'r i\e ex' l '. t to -'.4 1tlle d '
Isll l 'd. 4w 1 44 i' The Iavi''nih 4444 .5l '
market for tlih w.stk :ii-o 'hol\v- blt slii.hl
chaii'a. a wrrk w_- thall imarket ias Witle.
and is this at. in. 4 11111n d at lit ':: : tl'o r'
4.eipt. helii air' -'II114al 1 il tih d111 4 manll)ll is
e4 ial to tl4e re4 .ipt-.
\\re qn'ot4, our I:lmarket this a. i1. at 7:3(
:-lkle for Ma-,'ine l1arrels and Oil h1arrel4
1 -2-. l 'I<. 'l filt.ire of the market to our
mind is i q4uistion of receipts and demand,
but we do not expect to see much change
4 e.4. 1 4 -f44.4ai x t1ll4 1re \'%as. an' 1 4l144tI44'l lit'.
-.Iriiit' vlhli ;-iiat 14 71 .,(#1 IN )4 Ills 41 t ila t an
'ale,' 4414: Iiiig I he lineile'\14''i'l ofiiitt
I'litu ".4114 til4.' Inar4k4't 141g4ill 1141441 fit-ili
at4.OP., cents4' titlti H3: sale",
as w ar
able to s
sample rosin in i-all hills, wa.s offered at
*4.14. a.nd latcir N itihdrawin. l.aCr on the
lot \\t -Io.d outint at 4.12'/.r,4.15 for 400
hlil.. iand1 i l la.inice at A.4.17 1/. Parcel-
iof small liIs. iigr.ad]l.dl Icollioni andl good
Strained are ling lherl at .4.1.-sr 4.171/..
while large iron lonid hllds.. guaranteed
trading's. <-lo-el at .'14.:30N 4.441 in yard.
The NSaavlnnallll iiarket remainellod firinr with
slight change es on (I and shlove and all
offerings readilly taken. An tnpreee:lent-
r.d event i the adlvi-ed -shi ,pmnt of a lot
of 1> tonss. eqiiiivilnt to. al.oiit 400 bbls..
of French liale ro-in frmn ItoBrdenux to
Best by Every Test
withstands the effects of heat and moisture
an any other wood, shrinks and sells less
er wood., is impervious to acids, ho ds paint
d lasts for ages without decaying. Located
e, right in the great cypress forests, we are
ecure the best selection of the wood and at
w prices. We h -ve been building tanks for
an a quarter of a century and bo dly assert
tanks are better built or will last longer.
Send for catalog and prices.
I. DAVIS ~. SON
Standard Electric Co.,
T'he Florida gos.41- \'ere re''ive a1st 0
'eek in Sal\ a nal h witl a 1ni lI 4'te''It 4:n
THE CHICAGO MARKET. The
The Chicago Paint and Drug Reporter Is
Tihe follow ,isn i frmii 1t1. I'aint and.
tIrug ltl-pirter of March 12. publi'-he l at
( 'h4eag' o :
Spirits of Turpentine.
The lt'.ail4r44 i this lii1 rkI't 1 nliioiiihiil i
thI wv4k h:has li't ll 4 the ,h 'i 'd sid t \\l p lwa d t'll- i
4t'iin-v anld -4ev' ral 4 ad 'ances ill prici. ill i
'v lli.ath vl \ithll te Satl illnnh inarki l .
I iThe 1:i-. il 1lli 1h t 'er i11arke1 t 11 ia 1,'en'
K''a1-ion 1. ii li i i't .4- 4 -ipt' ;s a ill linli<<-,
is, to ti# .,
ill th r1e. 'The 4'I iaianl at tlie ;itler I po. t is 4
44l41 i lli 1 llldillL' '5 ,m 'r It., ll lh. r4 fav. r- 4lI
-|h \,55 iil h'1 w li"I i llll;l l e;4'444 ,t I ~ I's. $ 5 .c
firnin ;i 70i l .. tln, oili-iial prii c ,initt, ing a
net g'iln for llhe w'ck of Ic. per nallon. S
1'olh:\ ,,l ,y a like 'i-4, in pri,,s for piarlIels
4f na,-hinile hi-. in yard lhher. hIolIers
n::ll n, '! 7: ;r, .I .. and le-- fur4 oil hhi'.
Tl'radling inl lirls hand parli la-ked antii- i
i4lti4 'l and \%I h0 h ). of saI s a'tn'. 'i'e t 41ing
.ivl :!iN li) 30i4) hlIl'.. 4on 1h' liasi. of alont !
-2V, 7e .,2'. fil- mI .chin. hhd-.. ill yard T"il.
i+'linle 4i4m;ld has im ,r, li i .d i and sales for
lis \l4.k iln tIit 1Iro r si ow i a mi.arked
im-rena-'e. 41ist-iluters lhavi.n honkd ,
7:14. for iar'r'les of maehineg and t/e. for C ARl
,,il l)d,. in *yard. Standing orders for.,
-'jiri.s at S vannah in onie, instianees were
,iot filled,. o ing to an ah.n,'ee of offering 9
there, and same were exet'itlel at Jnekson- [
ville, Fla., covering about 500 bbls. at oXlXIos IX*X
- - - -
Is the Paper you want. It i
published daily and is fiom I
to 16 hours ahead of any othe
daily newspaper in Florida .
0 a Year $2.50 Six M
Full Telegraphic and Stoc
reports. If you want to keel
posted on the news, get thi
ER & RUSSELL PI
16 TIHE WEEKLY INDUSTRIAL RECORD.
If you want anything loos
through this classified list ank
write to the firm appearing
therein. The Record guaranteed
a prompt response.
Clark Automobile & Launch Co., Jackson-
Pillsbury & Batchelder, Jacksonville, Fla.
Jno. W. Dodge, Jacksonville, Fla.
T. G. Hutchinson, Jacksonville, Fla.
Commercial Bank, Jacksonville, Fla.
National Bank of Jacksonville.
BOXES AND CRATES.
Cummer Lumber Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
Southern Fuel & Supply Co., The, Jack-
CARPETS AND MATTINGS.
Savage & Whitford, Jacksonville, Fla.
Craig & Bro, J. A., Jacksonville, Fla.
Standard Clothing Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
Stuart-Bernstein Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
Kohn, Furchgott & Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
Cooperage Co. The, Jacksonville, Fla.
Wm. D. Jones, Jacksonville, Fla.
Christie Groover Drug Co., Jacksonville,
Southern Drug Manufacturing Co., Jack-
Covington Co. The, Jacksonville, Fla.
Kohn, Furchgott & Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
Florida Electric Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
Standard Electric Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
Lombard Iron Works and Supply Co.,
Merrill-Stevens Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
Schofield's Sons Co., J. S., Macon, Ga.
Bours & Co., Wm. A., Jacksonville, Fla.
Schofield's Sons Co., J. S., Macon, Ga.
Southern Fuel & Supply Co. The, Jack-
Getting Furniture Co, Jacksonville, Fla.
Craig & Bro., J. A., Jacksonville, Fla.
Kohn, Furchgott & Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
Standard Clothing Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
Stuart-Bernstein Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
Consolidated Grocery Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
Jacksonville Grocery Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
Williams Co., J. P., Savannah, Ga.
Young Co., John R1, Savannah, Ga.
Kohn, Furchgott & Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
Bond & Bours Co. The, Jacksonville, Fla.
Briggs, W. 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.
Craig & Bro., J. A., Jacksonville, Fla.
Standard Clothing Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
Stuart-Bernstein Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
HOTELS. TALKING MACHINES.
Duval Hotel, Jacksonville, Fla. Metropolitan Talking Machine Co., Jack-
Aragon The, Jacksonville, Fla. sonville, Fla.
Fifth Avenue Hotel, New York, N. Y. TANKS.
St. George, Jacksonville, Fla. Davis & Son, G. M., Palatka, Fla.
Everett Hotel, Jacksonville, Fla. Schofield's Sons Co.. J. S.. Macon, Ga.
Windsor Hotel, Jacksonville, Fla. TURPENTINE APPARATUS.
Windle Hotel, Jacksonville, Fla. Chattanooga lottery Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
IRON WORKS. Baker. M. A., Brunswick. Ga.
Lombard Iron Work & Supply Co., Au- McMillan Bros.. Savannah, Ga.
gusta, Ga. W. K. Wilton. New Orleans, l.a.
Merrill-Stevens Co., Jacksonville, Fla. TURPENTINE STILL TUBS.
Schofield's Sons Co., J. S.. Macon, Ga. Davis & Son. G. NM.. Palatka. Fla.
Prudential Life, Walter P. Corbctt, Mgr. The Clyde Stea
Jacksonville. Fa. IIf T I
Cay, Shine & McCall, Jacksonville, Fla. *
Greenleaf & Crosby Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
Hess & Slager. .Jacksonville. Fla.
R. Ji. les & Co., .lacksonville, Fla.
Keeley Institute. Jacksonville, Fla. .-'
Blum & Co., Clhis.. .acksonville. Fla.
Altmaver & Flatau Liquor Co.. Macon. Ga. I
Joseph Zapf & Co.. Jacksonville, Fla.
Greater Nvw Yo:k Sample looni. Jackson-
Spencer Medicine Co.. Chattanooga, Te.nn.
Southern Drug Manufacturing Co., Jack-
Christie-Groover Drug Co., Jacksonville,
Lombard Iron Works & Supply Co., Au-
Schofield's Sons Co., .1. S., Macon, Ga.
MATERIALS FOR TURPENTINE PRO-
Schoficld's Sons Co., J. S., Macon, Ga.
Baker. M. A., Brunswick. Ga.
McMillan Bros.. Savannah, Ga.
Schofield's Sons Co., J. S., Macon, Ga.
Tampa Hardware Co., Tampa, Fla.
Weed & Co., J. D., Savannah, Ga.
Consolidated Naval Stores Co., Jackson-
Standard Naval Stores Co., Jacksonville,
Timmons-Blount Co., Tampa, Fla.
Union Naval Stores Co., Mobile, Ala.
West-Flvnn-Harris Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
Williams Co., J. P., Savannah, Ga.
Young Co., John R., Savannah, Ga.
Jacksonville Naval Stores Co., Jacksonville.
Bond & Bours Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
Tampa Hardware Co., Tampa, Fla.
Coons & Colder. Jacksonville, Fla.
Merrill-Stevens Co., Jacksonville. Fla.
Schofield's Sons Co., J. S., Macon, Ga.
Brobston, Fendig & Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
Livingston & Sons, J. H., Ocala, Fla.
Hedrick Real Estate Agency, Jacksonville,
Florida Rubber Stamp Works, Jacksonville,
Bours & Co., Wm. A., Jacksonville, Fla.
Cummer Lumber Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
Mer:ill-Steven s Co:, Jacksonville, Fla.
Covington Co. The. Jacksonville, Fla.
Jos. Rosenheim & Sons, Savannah, Ga.
Clyde Steamship Co. The, New York City.
Holmes & Co., Samuel P., Jacksonville,
Miller & Company, Jacksonville, Fla.
L. R. Peete & Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
Davis & Son, G. M., Palatka, Fla.
Council Tool Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
. .1. Riles, Jacksonville, Fla.
Greenleaf & Crosby Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
Hess & Slager, Jacksonville, Fla.
YELLOW PINE LUMBER.
Cummer Lumber Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
East Coast Lumber Co., Watertown, Fla.
NEW YORK, CHARLESTON AND FLORIDA LINES
The magnificent steamships of this line are appointed to sail as follows, calling at
Charleston, S. C., both ways.
From New York,
(Pier 36 North River.)
Sa t urza-,
MAHirli 20. at3:1 :Inlif ..AH Z\PlAli( E..
Miare I 21. a t 3 :0411i \.UtoIN
.\iarch 23. at 3:W:j1,,. IiCIE
.l iI 01 24. at 3:W1,nio. )III( )QIlS.
\hawi h276.a at 3: Wpin A l'A('lIl<....
N\Ii cli 28. at 3 :00pmn III z . .I.U. ..
NIaM- 10. at 3:t :t)l), ...AIIA PAul0tE
MNarchl:l. at 3:(O~loin A OQIN,
From Jacksonville for
STEAMER. Charleston and New York.
Sunday. arcnh 2.. at 6:30am
Monday y. March 26, at 7:00am
\Wednesday, March 2.. at 8:00atm
Friday March :10. at 9:30am
Sunday, v April l.at 10:30am
Monday. April 2. at 11:00am
\\ednesday, April 4.at 2:00n'n
Friday. 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.
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 DeBAR Y"
Are appointed to sail as follows: Leave Jacksonville daily, except
Saturday, at :i:;!0 p. in. Returning, leave Sanford daily, except Sun-
days. at 9:30 a. im.
l.eadI dow. n I Read up.
Leave 3:30 p. m...................Jacksonville ................ Arrive 2:00a.m.
Leave 8:45p.m.................... Palatka .................... Leave 8:00 p.m.
Leave 3:30a. m. ..................... Astor ................... Leave 2:30p.m.
Leave 4:30 a. m. ................. St. Francis .................. Leave 1:00 p.m.
................I ............. Beresford (DeLand) .............. Leave 12:00noon
Arrive 8:30a. 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. .JR.. Asst. Gen. Pas.. Agent. 122 W. Bay St. Jackson- .le, Fla.
W. G. COOPER, JR., Frt. Aft.. Jack'ville. C. P. LOVELL, Superintendent, Jack'ville.
Foot Hiogan Street. Jacksonville.
L. C. HAGGERTY. G. F. P. A., New York. CLYDE MILNE, 0. F. A.. New York.
THEO. G. EGER, WM. P. CLYDE & CO,
Central Manager. General Agents.
Chesebrough Building, 19 State Street, New York
Printing Send your order to the Industrial
Record. Prompt and satisfactory
THE WEEKLY INDUSTRIAL RECORD 17
COMMITTEE AT PENSACOLA.
Rivers and Harbor Congressmen Inspect
the Work There.
X\ slwKeial train. li.aring the mlt'nlrdwis ol
lthe Rivers and larhors ( lomnlittee of t lie
House of lIepresentatives. reached Pl'ensa-
c la 'IllTuesday. olli nglll flo l i Itainllrid.Ige. ;.a..
where the illlllilitt,'e s n.11 t a lotionn ot
Monday afternoont. The train was le I-
uIliil to arrive at 7::10 IiI.. but was,. anl
hour or mIore late ilhen' it arrived at the
union lde1po t. 'i e (Congressional Iparty wi
nlet lv a conillliittee of tw enty-tive mnen-l
hers of the ('haminil'r of ('Cnommlierce. w-ho
wehloined ItheI n to tlie cit.y. and who ac-
onmiiianieil tlie 'party on the sI-xeial to
('oiniiandancia wharf. where the big
dredlge ('iauius Nais waiting for tlie party.
having been eiofirr. for tlie oweasion byi
tle coininmereial lIidly through the coiirte'.v
of C(aptaini .I. E. Tiurtle. engine-r in charge
of ihe fortifieations. iThe ileinl.!i' of the
eolnmnittee were ;aetoilmpanied lby a niiUiher
of ladies. and tlie en tire party i marded tlile
dredgr anil stieamend allout thlie harlsor. in
S order that tih (t'olngres- men inght obtain a
S Igoodl view of it. and ilter wen' as far (out
as to where thlie dridilge las l'el ei at work
wideli'll and depelning ithe nillth of tihe
liainlei. "llT e 1,art y letlrlIi l to lli' city
about poi;l and at I o'clok the peeioal left
for Mobile. where a few liours will Iii
spent. .All of tlilt iieiihlrs of Ithe cmiiniiit-
Owin, ti tlhe shlorlies.. of the stay. the
('liamlir of (' oliilnre'e in1llil not entertain
the party as it desirdil.
W\'ork v- (-mwi'fdlllllii'll(, M lond ay in maikin
excavations for thei foundation fo- the -ev-
en-story Ilounit Imiildiigi. wlich is to lie
erecteld at the corner of I'alafox and far-
deln Streets. A ii., forcl of nien were
placed at work eliari"n away tlie deris.
and (x'-avating. lin'paialory to pinacing thel
eonerete foildatioins. F. lri"ne. tlie chief
elginleer ainl supellrinitendent of the Soithl-
ern F'e-roi ('oiinrte ( o.. of .\tlanta. which
firnl has thlie 'iontral i. reached here last
night. Awith tie 'meieral foreimana. E. NA'.
n ltener. and t4hey will ,iegin active onpe-
r.ions at once. Stani eonerete living
malehiiw'-. hoisters. itc.. have alsoIi arrived
and will li<- played on tlihe site ait once andl
the work ruslied. as it s tlihe desire to
OUTLOOK FOR FLORIDA TRUCK.
Tomatoes Will Move the Latter Part of
The Florida trucking season is now on
in earnest and frol now l on Ill nt]: the lat
of twhe 4l'summer months all kilndl of ve'ge-
tables and fruits will lie pa-sing through
.acksonville in cvarllad loots eln route to
lthe Northern markets.
At present, celery, cabaige anid Ilttul e
are tihe principal ar:iiles .moving. but there
is stiil a quantity o, i ranges going to the
The tollmto crfop on the East Co(ast thisi
season is es.t:nated at about :"l). 1i. crates
and will comnllence to Ilov\e aloi4 t the lat-
ter Iart of NMarch and continue until alout
the first of .-lyne. (hi ac4cllit oif tlei
wet weather during previous imonthus
throughout the southeast, tlhe tolmao c'ropl
according to the estimate of a well inforlm
ed man wiill it' about 740.00 ratess short
This crop will le at t I a onionth ani
a half late in io4vilin hl4t it i. said tlia
thte (rop is in fine condition,. and tlie Easi
('oalst toniatl es. this season, will IN, liine
than ever before.
Tie plotoato 'frop i- e(stiimated at alinll
150.0N>0 barrels. This crop will start to
move ahoillt April 1. and will rontinu
until ablut tile liiillie oif May. Thi
season's potato cropl will he one of l1h
tinest in ttl- hi-itorv of tlhe Eat ', oast.
ThIe ineapple e:o p fllor this llseason in
est:imat-d at allimt 45141 ntloi crate'. an<
will oll enc 1 to molve aliolt Iline all(
All dd!ring April tihe tomniato erop wil
while reste otatoen diurin the pineape period
will I..e moving from thle nortlihrn nld o
From the aMoive estimates one can ge
a fair idea of the lgrelt trek minovemen
from this section of tlhe State lone. Fro
tile present indications the pineapple cro
his season will be the largest ever grown So th Suppy
,n the East Cst.outhern Macnery & Supply Co
The truckers have planted larger acreage
this season. and tlhe plants are now in a (INCORPORATED.
lourishing condition and will yield niany
aige pineapples. Machinists and Engineers,
Watermelons and i cantaloupes will start .
'o rne bailout tlie Intaitter ilrt of My or Engines, Boilers, Saw, Shingle, Planing a nd Veneer Mill Machinery. Corliss En-
1h first of June. and the indications are gines, Water Tube Boilers, Pumps and Electric Outfits. Contracts
.hat there w ill e 1an excellent crop this for Complete Outfits a Specialty. Plans and estimates fur-
,eason nished on application.
S Home Office, Jacksonville, Fla. Branch: .Tampa, Fla.
Gigantic Commercial Possibilities.
T'lie visit of tlie river and harlblrs co(m- '
nlittee of tlle Inited States houiise f rep-Successful en
esienialivs to Soilthe 'n ports cannot libut
le liheneficial t tthe lharlrs one the i;ulf
oa-t. and: i it i. t, wl. 're.gr'ttied that the appreciate, use and advise Life Insu-
time of the coiiniittee is so limited that it rance. The advice of successful men
is unable to inc-ludle every point of il-
o4iantei in its itinerary. Especially is this is worth following. Insure in
true of St. Andreows Halv. which. next to
IPensaeo,;,,l. tli llnest harlor n tie (ulf of THE PRUDENTIAL INSURANCE COMPANY
Mexico. ;anI whceh eonuld easily aceommnlo- iI OF AMERICA.
late' the iavies of the worli if the en- WALTER P. CORBETT. Manager. JOHN F. DRYDEN, Pres.
trancee to lhe harbor was given Il e atten- 409 West B1dg. JacksiMTlle. Fla. flme Office Newark. NJ
-ion Iby thle government that its lianniti-
enlt faiiiliti s deserve. Tle entire (ulf
roust country is developing rapidly. and. PLANTERS
vith tihe increasing eonmrerce that will find
in olltet land inlet wvll tihe Panatat a e1naln
]!i'll have been completid. Cull ports will _
hialh th'se;till- e'h'ti("l o(if lltn' ttiv, "Ol d T im e" Rem edies
rival those of an\ section of ithe coIntryV.
in iml oil a11,. iThe' hirl.,r of Pen saola 1
ha, long I evln recognized a, the ])lost
]iin._mnifice.'Ilt on the (Iul f co st'. and is ia
:-loe se. n.l to any hiarmior in the country' I THE JOY OF THE HOUSEHOLD.
Its eln 'l rci e re;,' ll' (' 'I' (vr 4 < airte" of ti le I i
ilol e4. ian its elxpolrs of lumlber and tinl These four great remedies. Nubian Tea, Benedicta, Cuban Relief
ber are rleler than lhi1-e4 of any I.rt in and Cuban Oil, are the joy of the household With them near at hand, a Nutam
the Ullnited States. Its natural advan- mian is ready for any emergency. He has a safe, reliable and speedy relief Benedicta
tages are iunetiiallh alnd. if what iiature for wife, children, self or stock. With these remedies you can keep the Cuban
1h:a' so Ixu)lnteonsl provided is taken ad- doctor's hands out of your pockets, and yet have a healthy. happy famny. CuRelifOl
vantage of Iythe nation and necessar. Besides, you can cure your stock of any ailment that may befall them. I
aplropiriations provided t to take care of NUBIAN TEA-In Liquid or Powder Form-Is the great family medicine. It
what we alre:ily iave and make imnprl've- will cure all forms of Liver and Kidney Complaints, Prevents Chills and Malarial
iments ,oiiiinlesiirate withl the ever increns- Fever. Cures the common ailments of children; and as a laxative tonic it is without
in collmm(erce of ithe Iiort and its iimlort- an equal-safe and re;able. In the liquid, it is extremely palatable-even children
aneeI as a naval iase. 1the future greatness like it-and it is READY IOR USE.
of the lport will 'urlpan even thle almost BENEDICTA is a woman's medicine. It will cure all the diseases common to
tanguiim exipeltationls (of the mn,,st enthus- women, and classed as Female Troubles. It will bring youth back to the iaded woman,
:astic 1oorlner. The natural gateway for who has gone one suffering because she thought it woman's lot. It will care for the
the products of the immense coal and iron young girl just entering womanhood; and prepare the young woman ror the sacred
fields If .\hllanan and the l grain and other duties of wife and mother.
rodnllts ,of the centrall is t tthe South. CUBAN RELIEF-The instant Paint Killer, for either man or beast. Relieves
Thi is trile for ainnyv reasons, onl e of the instantly, ('olic, Cramlps. Cholera Morbus. Diarrhoea, Dystentery and Sick Headache.
principal f which is the f:et that the For colic in horses it is an infallible remedy and is guaranteed to give relief in five
transportation (if these products. to the minutes.
GIulf is nmore econooicial for the reason CUBAN OIL-The Best Bone and Nerve Liniment. Is antiseptic for cuts,
that. from te point where any s iplment snagged or torn flesh, and will instantly relieve the pain. Cures insect bites and stings,
originates t the Gulf coast it is downhill. scalds nd burns. bruises and sores, chapped hands and face, ore and tender feet.
iTo n,1 t li eastern seal..rd l mintains Relieves rheumatic pains, lame back, stiff joints. and in stock cures wire fence cuts,
mnlst 1:' climbed anll ltons of fuel Ilnneces-
ariltt14 ial. to sai v no hin4 (if f hin It-nort- scratches, thrush, splint, collar sores, saddle galls, and diseased hoofs.
arily waste. to say notlling of t(le shiort-
er distance to tlihe Gulf than to tlhe At- Write us for Prices.
lantic sehal'oard. West Florida is living
rapidly lvdev'ielped: Imen of capital are SPENCER MEDICINE CO., Chattanooga, Ten.
learning of t1he profits that await enter-
i rise: railroad are liein I, built that will
soon conlneet every portion of the country I4 4 I I I I4 I I I I II I t 11e t I I a Ite I I Is 1 ,91 1 I 11 ttI I I I I I I I I
with the ullif coast. and these railroads
will he followed Ibv great industries: the
-"yoe of the nation are turning tio the A e W B a r ga in
uinniy .y 1uth1:nd. watching its d1evelop-
'nent and confidently awaiting the day of
its volil'-, greatness. Millions have been
S nt illils ae erlv i, 9.()00 acres virgin timber. Lies in solid body immediately
spent Ihv hie ..llveirnmenlt 1upon (1te hlr- i 1upo transportation; estimated to cut 40 boxes, and 2,500 feet
hours of ih(e Nofrth. nanyv of which are lumber per' I('re.
loraetieally ive h t)llll d for severa] nlln nthJs in 1
prlctill ie d f.r several X)onis 0n acres part virgin, part boxed, estimated to cut 3,500
each ovea:. If hit a fraet'on of this stream ,
Sof rold was diverted to the South and ex- 4 feet lerlc'lllantable lumber per acre.
pendell in the development of tlie gi.antie A number of desirable turpentine locations at right prices.
Ossililities of t:ilf ,'oat sports the return i 25.90() ares virgin timber, lies in solid body, estimated to cut *
to the gvrnmnt in tli frm t 1))00 boxes and ',000 feet of merchantable lumber per acre.
lipoll implIorts \ouldh pay a far greaterr lpr- 41,
'eitage upolln lie aillount invested than40 4
is (te inse witi other sections. Consider-
Int t4elie extent andl iossilhili(l es Of its luir-
imr i- li needs of P .en.sacla are it : oaa- Brobston, Fendig & Company
.t fivelv few alnd the import;ince of reeognix- 0 .
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ie undl,tedly ie fiullyv :appreciated by t he l 4
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house of representative. one of the most ggg
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I will pay $25..00 for the arrest and dle- Jacksonville's New and attractive Bar and Cafe. Choice Wines.
.f irv to a e of Tie A. f Williamsnhes. lored.it Liquors and Cigars. Pool and Billiard Parlors Attached.
f hI.iht nbout five feet MsX inches, weight
175 Iia: prominent scar on nose. Williams 234 W. Bay Street. on Transportation
t is a lark brown ne-ro and wears a small Row and Opposite Everett Hotel.
t mustache. WMI. E. HUTSON. Mail orders a specialty. Jacksonville, Fla
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The Cooperage Company
Manufacturers of High Grade
Western White Oak Spirit Barrels
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E. H. MOTE, General Manager. C. H. BARNES, Secretary and Treasurer.
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