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Title: Weekly industrial record
Portion of title: Industrial record
Physical Description: 19 v. : ill. ; 35 cm.
Language: English
Creator: Turpentine Operators' Association
Publisher: Industrial Record Co.
Place of Publication: Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: May 19, 1906
Publication Date: -1909
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Lumber trade -- Newspapers -- Southern States   ( lcsh )
Naval stores -- Newspapers -- Southern states   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
United States -- Georgia -- Chatham -- Savannah
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1900.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 19, no. 42 (Oct. 25, 1909).
Issuing Body: Official organ of the Turpentine Operators' Association.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 6, no. 1 (Jan. 3, 1903).
General Note: "Dedicated to the naval stores and lumber interests."
General Note: "The exponent of southern progress."
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hY NAVAL


ITorES,


I~VTSfTRIAI FirGlIA
C3EEWP'APEI9 '


A DANGEROUS BILL.
There is pending before
Congress a bill which seeks
to put wood alcohol on the
free list. This bill, if enacted
into law, will work incalcu-
lable injury to naval stores
interests, wood alcohol en-
tering to a considerable ex-
tent into active competition
with spirits of turpentine.
The manufacturers of nav-
al stores should at once urge
upon their senators the im-
portance of killing this bill.


JACKSONVILLE, -LA.


SAVANNAH, GA.


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CONSOLIDATED NAVAL STORES COMPANY.
Home Office: JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
Branches: Savannah. Ga., and Pensacola, Fla.
OFFICERS.
W. C. POWELL, Preeoent; B. F. BULLAhD, H. L COVINGTON, J. A. CRANFORD, D. H. MeMILLAN, B. R. POWELL, C. M COVINGTON, JOHN H.
POWELL, Vice Presidents; C. P. DUSENBURY, Secretary and Treasurer.
L.XECUTIVE COMMITTEE: W. C. Powell, C. B. Rogers, H. L Covington, B. F. Bullard, J. A. Cranford.
DIL.VCTORS: W. C. Powell, B. F. Bullard, C. B. Rogers, J. A. Cranford, W. J. Hillman, John H. Powell, W. F. Coachman, H.L. Covington, C. Doing, D. H.
MeMWflan, R. B. Powell, C. M. Covington, S. A. Alford.


NAVAL STORES FACTORS

Paid in Capital Stock, $2,500,000
Owned and Controlled by Practical Operators.
The "Consolidated" is purely a co-operative Company. Its interests are identical with those
of the Producers. The patronage of turpentine operators everywhere Invited.
Two Million acres of land and Timber for sale on easy terms.-
Producers are invited to call or correspond.
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McMillan


S.. Bros...

Southern Copper Works
Complete outfits, Extra Ket-
eles, Caps, Arms, Worms, Manufacturers of
Furnace Doors, Grate Bars,
always on hand. Turpentine Stills

Old stills taken in part payment for new work, and repairing done
in country. Heavy copper smithing, steam pipe and special
copper work.
JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
SAVANNAH. GA. MOBILe., ALA. FAYETTEVILLE, N. C.
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WEEKLY INDUSTRIAL RECORD.
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. DEVOTED TO NAVAL STORES, LUMBER AND MANUFACTURING IN ibR~S.









THE WEEKLY INDUSTRIAL RECORD.


Resources and Attractions of the State of

Florida.


(By Day Allen Willey in Chattanooga
Tradesman.)
After the construction of the Florida
.Iast toast Railway through this ilart of
the State alutied, a visitor to eastern Fii lor'-
ida made tile prediction that here would
eventually lie the garden slnt of the
United States. meaning that it would bhe-
come the principal center for tile raising
of vegetables. Although but a few years
have elapsed since the completion of the
railroad in question. already thile predic-
tion is coming true. for annually the truck
growers of eastern and southern Florida
are sending over $.3..().(NM) worth of garden
prolduts to the northern market.
As vet. however. Florida remains the
least known of tihe Southern States from
the standpoint of natural resources. True
the extent of its phosphate beds has been
quite thoroughly investigated, while the
lumberman has invaded the pine forests in
the northern section of the commonwealth.
The advantages afforded tor growing citrus
fruits, especially oranges, first gave Florida
its reputation with the horticulturist, but
the possibilities awaiting tile small farmer
and gardener are probably unequaled any-
where in the United States. Sweeping as
this assertion may seem, it is borne out
by facts andl figores. Apparently nature
has provided here the most advantageous
combination, for in addition to the remark-
able fertility of the soil in tle central and
southern portions of tile State, the great
phosphate ldelnsits extend into the terri-
tory available for truck growing and ari'
so near at hand that an inexhaustible supl-
ply of fertilizer is available. overgrown n
for centuries by the luxuriant vegetation of
thlie tropiCs. the surface of tihe central and
southern portions of Florida is comnlosed
of a black mould. which is prollihly dealer
than similar soil elsewhere in tlhe world.
In some places it has lwen Ipnet rated over
tell feet without reaching tle foundation
on which it rests. low iiinuch of this inuck
land awaits the farmer can only be esti-
inated. but the pIerentage which has lieen
reclaimed is so small as to Ibe insignificant.
It is needless to say that thile lack of
transportation facilities has h resulted in tile
settlement of but a few corners of tlhe
State south of tile Kissimmee region. Al-
though several railroads have Iben pro-
jected from tile east to tile west coast,
none has so far been constructed, conse-
quentlly the activity of the agriculturist
has been confined to a small strip of terri-
tory located parallel to to the Florida East
Coast Railway.
In IIN)O tIle Florida vegetable crop ag-
gregated by *3.(eo.000 in falue, yet tile
bulk of it was lproluced by growers in tlhe
eastern section of the State. Its great
expansion in value since that time has been
largely due to thle settlement of eastern
Florida and in part to the reclamation of
the so-called swamp lands. (hOing to the
topography of eastern and southern Flor-
ida, canals can be constructed at a coim-
parativelly small expense, which will drain
the surface water where it covers tile soil
Several notable enterprises of this kind
have been carried out by reclamation com-
panies, with the result tlat over a million
acres of land have been added to fthe area
available for farming. It must be renmem-
bered. however, that an acre of this land.
producing as it does so albndantly of veg-
etables and small fruit, is equal in produc-
tive value to six or a dozen times the same
area in other parts of the country. There-
fore, the success ( of these reclamation pro-
jects has hwen of much ioinent, for they
indicate that an enormous territory at
present considered valueless Iecause under
water. can ble converted into land suitable
for cultivation.
In discussing the importance of Florida
from the standpoint of the vegetable grow-
er. its location and climate must I.- taken
into consideration. It is so situated ac-
cording to climatic conditions that its
farmers and gardeners have practically a
monopoly of such markets as New York.
Philadelphia and Boston during the early
winter. Consequently they can secure
prices for their staples iwhlich furnish a
strong incentive to this branch of agricul-


ture. Although Florida vegetables were
almost unknown in the iiorthelrin market
ten years ago. they have ecomlle a winter
net-.itv owing to their quality and va-
riety. f'mr int only thie ordinary y vegetables
grown ill a temlllrlate climate are irisedl
in abuinllll nce. buit Iallny kinds whlilch ale
native t tlthe tropics. Of tlie pres-ent I.op-i
illation of Florida, not over 10 pl'r cent
reside south of a line drawn across the
State at the town of Bartow. Nearly all
of tle people wln in have thus far located in
Soultherl Florihda are in the vicinity of tile
railroad to which we have referred. For
tiiis reason. tle counties of (sceola. lhade.
DvSoto and Iolhk are but partly inhabited,
although this group ciil Ipri.ses 1nol less
than '12.Nin iuare l"iles. \\"llile these
counties includeI tlle region known as tlie
Everglades. recent explorlations of t his for-
nuation indicate that it also contains a very
large area of land which in its present
conditionn is habitable, while undoubtedly
a very considerable piropolrtion of thelt
swanlll itself cain te drained llb a suita-
ble canal system. As all of thlis lIirtion
of tine Slate is especially favored for tlie
growing of fruit and vegetables, there is
an opportunity to increase tilet present
output to ain enoirmllous extent, and it is
not an exaggeration to predict that ev'entin
;all- Fhlorida will lio thie winter garden of
tlie country, priioducing nmaiy tillles its
present crop value front its soil.
\Ve have gone into some detail regarding
tlie possibilities of gardening since this
Slate rp! si'e ts such an opport unity. but
it is peculiarly adapted to the tohacco
grower. Already the success which hlas
Iweil atlltli 'i. especially ill western Flo'i-
da ill tihe \vi-itt of Ta'llpa. hlias deinlon-
stratedil thlal tilobiacco for iimaking cigars and
cigarettes can heI raised whlich is early
'1qual in (lulitl y to that secured from thi,
famitous \elta Ablijo district from iwhivch
connles tl liit hillet '( allll toliaccii. (Otside
of this ilistrict tilI leaf iof western Florida
ei(uials tine orldilnary product of tlie ('iCuban
hlanitation. A ltho liih i s vet but 2..54N1
acres have' Ien taken upl with tlie culture
of t,,acco. it has created a very important
illldustry of which 'TaII :pa is tilie center-
the maan fact re of cigars and tobacco, for
at present in the city and suburbs are fac-
tories having ani output illich represents
oveiir .$.(nK).. yearly in vale. Thlle culti-
vation of tlihe staple. however, is confined
chietly to Ilillslshro county despite the fact
that tests of tile soil indicate that it canl
be raiised to advanltage ill tlie adjacent
I|irtionls of thle State, sllch as Manatee.
(rlainldo and Pasco counties. 'The high
qltality of tile leaf is shown by tile av-
'eraige price per pnIIIIil received for it-
2:1 cent-far more tilian lie average for
anyl other part of the United States.
While tlhe Isnll n which followed tlie dis-
covecry of phosphate deposits on a large
scale proved a serious blow to lile develop-
imenlt of this res .ource. Florida contillues to
lead in the production of natural iihos-
llhate. thle luaintity secured from land ex-
cavation and river dredging ranging be-
twieen !M)n.MM) and lI.IN).Mm) tons annually.
IThere is no dioult, ihotwever. but what only
a psortion of thlie country contaiining these
wds lihas Iwen thoroughly investigated, for
the helt in whlichl the phosphate lies is no
less than 240 miles inl length and :0 nliles
in width. A ci)ont-rv ative estimate of tihe
territory containing thie hard rock phos-
phate alone places it at nearly 1.4N(I square
niles. In fact, the substance has lenll
found in coniiImercial Iquantities in no less
than five counllties of the State reaching as
far soutl I as lake (Okeechlol.e. The coim-
panies now tlengaged ill Iining uinllber
alutit 225. tlie greater portion of the out-
put lhilug hard rock material, although a
considerablle toiinlagi of 111il ipeblile is also
secured.
As we have already intimately. tlie oplr-
tunities awaiting the railroad builder, es-
Ipeially in Sou thern Florida. are very
broad. Renilemnering that the State ell-
Ibraces nearl-y .55i.1M1 square miles of -ur-
face. the Iiloege of trans-ortation sys-
temns within the State is small compared
with that of ImanyI other colullonlweaitlls,'
Iwing not over :3..s(N) mIiles at the present.
time. Readers of the Tradesman are fa-


_1 I 11IM* lft ltltlS61 I ]41 tI Il il*lltillletlt|>ll

MERRILL-STEVENS CO.


I Boilermaking and Repairing

t Still Boilers and Pumps.
A SHIP BUILDING end REPAIRING.

SJacksonville. Fla.
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SUMMER LUMBER COMPANY

JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

Rough a Dressed Lumber e

Long Leaf Yellow Pine.
BOXES AND ORATES.


W. J. L'ENGLE.
"resident.


J. W. WADE,
Vice-President.


E. G. HUGHES,
Sec'y and Treas


Union Naval Stores Co.


MOBILE, ALA.


PENSACOLA, FLA.


NEW ORLEANS, LA.


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

Supplies for Turpentine Operators.
Can offer at present quite a large n umber of desirable locations in West Flor-
ida, Alabama and Mississippi Liberal ad vances made against consignments. Cor-
respondence solicited.
Principal Office: MOBILE, ALAB4MA.



CAPITAL STOCK $600,000.00



Jacksonville Naval Stores


Company

JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA


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


A MUTUAL COMPANY

Each shipper invited to become a stockholder.
It is but fair and right that th.- operator should share in the
profits of the selling end of his product.
We have ample capital and facilities to take care of our
customers. Your business solicited.



Jacksonville Naval Stores Co,

Blum Building, Rooms 21-23 Jacksonville, Florida

D. C. ASHLEY, President. W. P. ROBERTS, V. P. and Gen. IMfgr.
J. G. CRANFORD J. F. FENDER C. H. BROWN J. N. BRAY
VICK-PaKSIDrNTS
S. H. BERG, Secretary and Treasurer

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THE WEEKLY INDUSTRIAL RECORD.


miliar with the wayv in which a Lew meni
have promoted Imost of these projects. for
tihe i incipal systeviis are really 111m1111-
In'nts t o the foir1"i.liit andi e.nergV of suilch
tiutel asIi elnryv r. Fla gr and tihe late
IIenry It. Plant. As. yet hlt one railway
Sconnects northern and southern Florida
lhl-oiigh the east er seti ion. while the.
westernll portion of 1the peninsula ha. thisI
Imeains of transportation iionll as far south
as Fiort NMyers. 12t miles northi of ( alpe
Sable. \Vith the *re,.at region comlprisinl:
lle soulthernl interior of ihe State lpee,
trateld by %the railroad hInher. thire is

and that its m1any aiii vaiel natural re-
so ires will be iniil.e pii' l ulive to a fa'r
grealer l extent tlin t liliiat present.
The eoistrilrUtion of thle Panama enanal
lhas ni.ssilile m iore sig ilinilical' i i lln 'ni o-
tion wiith Florida than any iollliir State.
since one of its -eaports Key West will
lip niea rer the eastern terminus of this
watevrwa thian any otllr lAmeriean c.ity.
* It shloutl I N' ihrne in mind talit Key West
il the near futullre will becoite a part of
the I'nited cStat es ill I trIllt thiroulgh the
which is now lifting built along the Florida
Keys. giving it direct rail communication
with the interior of the I'nited States. A-
a port for the slihipment of American goods
,lit" le great market afforded i liy t le Pa-
-ifie. there is no iluibtiln hut what Key
WVest, ill lhe oif great importance. It is
really iinilossible to estimate at lte pres-
ent time Ito w'hat extent it will increase

Florida East ( C'ast liailway i mplany.
which is Iuihling the extension referred
to. has connections with systems which
extend norti. east and west.
,lii luihilding of this. railway also ni.ans
thie develohiment of several iindustrie-
whicl already vield a considerable revenue
I tOhe people of thle State. IThe sponge
fisheries in lthe waters a;l Jl.ilt to tlhe
Flimida ktey noiw agiii-ireiate oxler :i i2.NN0*).
some of their varieties selling in tlhe retail
market as high as *t2_) per poundI. t lias
i.een dile.lonsttrated that all oif the outlly-
ing islands adjacent toi te Florida coast
are especially adapted to raising fruit and
vegetables as well as thle .maililand. but las
yet they are very sparsely se ttled owing to
their isolation. Key \\ West will unldoubtd-
Iv liiicoe a viery e xten msie ma rket flor
winter fruiit and truck. and will I. thle ter-
minus of steaiship lines to carry such
enrgoes directly to New York and other
northern seaports.

RIVER AND HARBOR IMPROVEMENTS.

A Delegation of Congressmen Making an
Important Southern Tour.
A delegat.ioin of eiingressi en left Wash-
ington last week in a trip through tlhe
Soutth to Itogin a campaign for at $.50.iNN1.-
annual appropriation for rivers and har-
IMirs. It is their lielief tliat they will ere-
utlP a sentiment for river improvelnent
that cannot tl. resisted hb (CongIress.
In hlis speech liefore tlie recent 'conven-
tion of the NMiississippi Valley ]Latin-
American'. Congressman Jo.iseph E. R ans-

Congress. set forth niany fats and fig-
ures regarding water transportation that
are of special interest tothe people of
'sicl aIt manufacturing city as (hatitanoIgta.
o.ucated on a river that ought to lie II gre':t
hii.gh'way: for comiitleree to the sea. Mr.
Hanmle'll is an authority oi thlis great sil]-
ject. to wlhic'h lie has devoted years of pa-
* tient study and tireless energy. It is his
firm helilief tlat the transportati oln Iiestio
is talay the most important one before th
American people. aid ll ie give- reasons fur
the faithi that is in him. declaring tliat t th
rate iq1estion. nlow so promillnently before
Congress and the nation. would settle itself
in three-fourths of thlie cotuntr, if wet
could develop hl aer-way of the iatir of t I inild
Mr. hlanlsell p'itles certain siectio ns of the
country that. have lioth water and rail fa-
'ilities. proving conclusively that water
rates, under favorable conditions. are 111only
one-sixth as high as those by rail. and
that every dollar prudent ly expended in
improving and perfecting the navigation of
our waters will save *$4 per capita per an-
num to the people in rediiuced rates. Prohi-
ably the wst instance quoted by thie speak-
er i.- his consideration of tlie proposed Lake
Erie and Pittsburg canal, which is to be


vr lln tr l,.l lv by ribat, 'm >ny. u:n ler i l.. lilt n. +..... 1
tin. :illthoril\ 4;t (' ,l lre~-. from Lake Elrio
to the I (hio river. it ; "t of :>l aImIt $40.-
t all' a 1, t ,. ll; There is always a demand for good
elnorll n-- trlr cllh." ~ai-i Mr. IilU l-de'll. "-i
now ca-rip.d Ih% several Irailro1(s over th 10015-- p ecially AI I.S
proposed ro. t t (his .l ,1, \.sel ,I) tools--especially AXES
ti;inlai if l it ll .r pI intl on L.ifikke Frie aIl
the Piltt, lr l district p-l>labl -0.y.>N.
,lli, a. yI.,r-;nd th, ,(.lI.Iarge. iix to seven The Celebrated
mills le.r toll 1.'r mile. l The watr rates
.from 1 1111111,1,h to A,-.l ;lhlll i i three t. It 1 ,. ,1
.If wo. Illill Iwos tn11 Joel mile on cm. o o A n
ei,-ht-t4.th- ,,f o e till el.r ton l..r m il,
oM irn ll iir. that l hll e i it 'costs vi \llt.
,,.-.t for ,.. I,., t. of ,.e ,ivd .,., ,, is the best money and skill can pro-
tI 'f. Itt .' a s .,tllllhllo ii .lit, il, .t duce and has the greatest reputation
to c.rr, ., ,t a... I :n ,f ore b I;-il f-rom among mill, turpentine and cross-tie
A\ 1htal la to Pittlllhir 135 mvile.. In
ot,.. nri-.. 1 .-it >., 1..t iet, per ton mo.,.e men of any tool ever made.
to -4 135 mile, by rail lIhall I.11)0 mile -e
b, water. *TIh,-,.e are ne..ial tigi,.s and If you want the best send your
-hIow thi t it -',t-t fully ve'\ l" tim: es ;I1
imc'h to mIloVc iron hy rail a; hyi water in Orders to
that lo.ality. ()n it i;l. tlie disproportimi A
is 111,101 gran;tI r. fr w on 1llis v. oln fil li t < I h
;i "i"h ile ate"r W. i.. Briggs hardware Co.
'I'The oitilr -(.Ilipa;ri-onis 1nlade in flhis A
notable ;iildie ar filly as si trying ; tl, Sole Southern Agents
one .irll lil.l gollmi int lii- iii\.l't igt ioiins. I VO GEO Rf~I Ale
.all ttej..ni to tii int fi ct. t11. VALDOSTA, GEORGIA
that the na.l ig lll \\;lter.s belong to I t Ih
people. aiil .co..t ii otlih for co.',.truitio.in. y Jobbers of Mill and Turpentine Supplies.
whiile ;il Iother tra;ll-poirtalion methods Ie-
og toli indli\i laI o, r oI(I ii'llrtinlls. a;il1 the lo ___ ______ ______p__
e-lst of transil..iirltalion 1woi't liie au'l lal 1i'lated
at a prolili on Ihei <' C I of ( oi i tlllt r tionl anll
owliter-.hip. It i-, |e;'use this'e atiral -
whant a.i.s (;.atn Iii. ii ily iinjirlied for thil
Ih.e ,tlefil .' t lI', ,,f he trll ;It "f fill-X Ili SS6K SS 3
critici'n i l, ..l ;i ] thi e I ioverniiw t for g g
failure to i ,.d. ot .I the, reltiiie mIioIInt of
m n,, y t,, lhii |, i..,-. During 1he pn-t
e] yNealr t on ,pplantp, CoastI Line
rivir ; lnld hlr.or improve silent y ('oy-11l
t.ital imi11 Ih.r~ 1i.,111 hl I r Miiiienlt iif irt -- THROUGH SCHEDULE--
total u11111 polo ah* for _-%ernmental pul-
,h.se.. (ot,,,,.,ii with ,Ii. the ,y. FLORIDA, GEORGIA, ALABAMA, VIRGINIA,
navN a1.d1I l In','ioIln iroiiportiioll hila l1en fort y
ier ,,ent oIf tilh total. It i .. e.... of NORTH CAROLINA, SOUTH CAROLINA
..lare.. ha the o. .ilert-ial iintere-st of ti e The Great Highway of Travel between
ou1try are 1,not getiiigI "aqiare deal."' UTI
ad ..,e,-. ,er, ,hat th. % ill not reeil. FLORIDA, the EAST, WEST, NORTH and SOUTH
the-ir jn-t dII e ntil hty' rii s up in their
mi. acht and demand i it. iiigi CONVENIENT SERVICE, ELEGANT PULLMAN EQUIPMENT, MAGNIFICENT DINING CAR
The favl t t et f'trlh -o (innvincingly hy
IMr-. Iainsl.ell -i,,u lii .o timulate tlh, NEW YORK AND FLORIDA SPECIAL
inl<- lln'in of ( ;hatt;laioiga to reniwld !a- Route of the t DIXIE F
tivily in ailiitl th.4 ail.-ates of wat.r in O C Ot DIXIE FLYEi"
pirov',,e.,.it to attain .he obj,.ect desired. Celebrated < FLORIDA AND WEST INDIAN LIMITED
The ihalttianomia chainher of omwiii rce ail TrainS MONTGOMERY. L. AI N.
ihe lMilainfatll'.iir-rs-' Asso.ialtion are.I a tiley CHICAGO AND FLORIDA LIMITEDT)
oullht to lhe. olli ditlly identified \lth thils
iiiovii'e int. The work ailadly done titard CONVENIENT METHOD OF TRAVELING
iil|>irovlini g the "enn'Ie"i< 'c rivr is hlut I. Atlantic Coast Line one thousand mile tickets good over fifteen thousand milesof
mere stait toward \vwht intglut to lIn ;i,- railroad, embracing all portions of the South. on sale at all principal agene'es. at rate of
in-iInllihi.led at thue xlin-i.e of tu li ationil -'~ each Limited to one vear from date of purchase. For full. complete and reliable
information regarding rates, schedules. Pullman service, etc., callon Atlantic Coast Line
gi'overnmllenlt for thle lwnefit of thle 'whoide Ticket Agent, or write
1people| re-id ,llt olong 11](. "etl'. n . f1WJ A G
('flatloplllr ) it, flolnthl Butn (ha; r- RiRANK C. BOYLSTON. W D. ISTARK TravelIgPass. Alt.
Dist. Pass. Ait.. 138 W. Day street. JACKSONVILLIt FLA.
;,4"0a nt t expect toi le a blleli'iaf W. J. CRAIG, Pass. Traf. Mgr., Wilmington, N. C.
ah le in thie ill1provelllwllt :of \%aterwalkY
tran; sportationl fac.iliti.es. "l71,. object d ,.-
-ired loially 'will only l he ac. when (lonet-s r''onizes generally tIh'
nee -sity of solving lie |pro ll sections N liier it ii IsHssilile of solution.
1 11,1144414 11111 19** 113 133 >11111111 111 t* 11 1e1 II*t
Big Ship Coming Here. =
The tNorwe.ian stelamhil l'arran is (file
to arul i'i e.ie si ts week a Standard Clothing Company
S;I airgo of 25.NI(I) c lroisstie. fllr iava\n:i.
(iilbh. The -ship is ioilsigui'led ti NMr. Ed- *
\\ird SIllow. I'liitili vice-consu l at this # 4.
p art. d 1t1e i ,- .ie- are to Ib, furnifhed
h l:One Price I One Price

A Good Chicken Yield. O [ On
it ii Iniillilig utiil'1 ,1 1 t o Iohi-aur of to,
liggedl. or twi lile-dhId c hic-ks. hut NMahli lon,
reIelle ,it,,,. i, t, statement tal,;t lie lit..ell. d FASHIONABLE CLOTHIERS AND FURNISHERS, *
lift,.,ehi ,.iiik oult ,o fo,,lrte,.,i e.gs. Il 5+ 7 and 19 West Bay Street, Jacksonville, Florida.
saiys thie foiiuiventi.,l egg .onitaini,.d two 4 Stetson and Hawes Hats. Special Attention Given to Ma:I Orders.
w.ell .le vlo.ld and ..prate. little Ily- t414|itt|1t1II t 411 l*1 ItI
111onths. tllt owin. to < ,eaikue- lieP haIn, to
;--~ist lhem from tl -h lli. Mailoe. ;l-
Ilits tfhatl hie joke1 s sine lime.s. l t thlt -
this is an ;ia solit triitlh. a; d is stilustan-
tiatefd lov dIiL" Ilings. %vlho states that *
t1i. little : fellow, a,. alive,. d lidoig P rI. te Send your order to the Industrial
and i.ll heRe seen at his hlou-sc. -aletto
News. Record. Prompt and satisfactory







6 THE WEEKLY

McMillan Brothers, a Firm of Long Standing, Iden-
tified with Naval Stores Industry.

One of the large firms of thlie South. onlly dilt they ulpply new tills. but they"
identified with the mnanufaeture of naval take, in part piayv'ent '1l1 tills. In addi-
%tores is McMlillan Briothers. manatu- tn to thi y do repairing in all parts
rers of tlll-l'pe tilnel stills. land every hillng if lil- hliIt. and this deparltiltll t is ill
for tilhe complete eqluilillent for l til manll- (l;l.Iar (.n 1 co lpetenlt landl experiellce'id lImel.
ufacturing of turlwntine. \Vith e i it tis wi\hich they enjoy
This company hlas been actively engaged tfor visilpping ltills with anythiing tihey
in this enterprise for manv vearns and their need. tI. cieolpaiiiny has won .1 repiitatini
plants ani olliers at .Jacksonville. Savan- tor ili ick \\ork \whicl has been of great
nah. (;a.. Mobile. Ala., and Fay t teville. s4rvi-i to the1 0) inll their business.
N. '.. have lwen supplying a great intny of (fll erntors in anl parts of the oillth l who
tlne manlufaetilrers throuiighoult the naval hale id'alt willI thI I halve follld thelll to
stores belt of tilh South. 1l. not onll\ I reli;l:le'. hlot ;ireful in their
As manufacturers the i coimany has 4won l d.alinis. al \\;iyv having ltin ilntre.sts of
n repultationl for the excellent (lhiarelltl(r Iltir lls.tomr, i in view. knowing lhat .sn-
of their stills. kettles, arms, worms, fur- i-facor.'y -alis. furni-h tl hl-t A ad\ rti-
nace" doors. ,rtc.. their aim having Iein m1i4nt that thei y ,an have.
to exeell in all the pll s thei. have placed Ml.Millan IlBthers tra.ivel s'e.\ral 1iii
on the market. .Acting as their own i' s. a rllla a. always read y o1 re4,l'-min t'o ealls
tributors thev have established tliemselves froi a lll1. State. Th111-ir n lilllllf:a.tllrill,
close to the trade and liave saved tlie n- lalnts i %r i ell and thoirouhl4 y eilipliped
val stores men the middeile profits. and the t s'ic'ss which the firi has at-
eYars of experience in manufacturing lain4ed is in every way merited.
has given to this company a thorough .i
knowledge of the re.lIuiremeliints and mneds TAX COLLECTORS WANT THEIR PO-
of the stills and they have been supplying SITIONS AND POWERS MADE
these skills withi thie set andi mot moolern CLEAR REGARDING SEVER-
works. handling large orders ;il suiPl)ly- ANCE OF TAXES.
in. them with dispatch.
Their Jacksonville wvorks are under the l ;ov direct sulwrvision of Mr. \V'. A. MeIMillan. the' FEh\ilade~ again oeii'pIied lite atten
and lar1e lated oin East. liav stree.t. where lion of .hidge laness \\. Lok.e' Fridayi in
tlev have excellent tran worat ioni fail the I 'lli t d .St atcs ('ir. uilt ('olirtn .
ities. At Savannah. Mi-r. Tho. I. Mr- This tim,. the maIter came into tlhe
Millan looks after the inianiffan tiinruing plant 4o, lslt on tli,. motl ion i f ille li1\ .oll.ector-
and the trade fromlll that center. A.t FI'a o"f 1)lde. I)eSoloI St. I.llcie. ,L('. anil (O -
etteville. N. ('.. .Mr. i. 11. .1MMillan is "in l'*"Ia countiess,. the l(ii lties coipollos';llng tlie
charge and at Molbile the works and Iosi- draltinage di-:ri.. :t, to ht e the iii.injll'tion
ness is in charge of Mr. R. \V. Suthlirland. 4. ier so m.olliied as toi make it elear that
All of these gentlemen have had y1ers of he1. St te il all .eoIIInty. \ cll ould (I.t collected
experien-e both as lmanlIfact rers andil slp- if it w\\a' l frl'm tihe s.peial drainage
plying the trade. and they ar. in ,.close tax.
touch with the opri South. Ih. tihe attorneys l tie plaintiff ill the
Every advantage is given tol te opera n":t. tlt Sitlll..rn Stallt I.;iInI & Timl.ler
tor tra ih his Io traI l any. Not ("'ti'll,.. tIhouII tIle grrolhnd \\as taken





TURPENTINE (


INDUSTRIALL RECORD.
I hat such a m.olili.ation of the ,order \\a enitly. vsoine little doubt as tothe exact
II ien ei'''..ill t, h' il.,t Iorer of tle ', Col t l l,.li ;inig in f t11e lcollt's order. in the minds
living '.ullicienll.v clear. and the State and of some few, and hence the motion to
county Vax,.. since the liling of thie :an- Imodifv. etc.
s\ier of the tax collector. havin.r g I.-n4 i 1
paid. DUN'S WEEKLY REVIEW.
A.rgllnt %\\:s had at length. former -
Governor \V. S. .lenllings appearing for New York. May IS. I-R. G.' ])n & Co.'s
lle lmovants :and attorney .1. ('. L.'Engle: \\ eekly l review of Trade tomorrow will
4andl (Cooper' & ( ooper t1"or tlhe S4oit llern .;Iv:
States Land & Timbler Company. W\-hen i higher teniperatures accelerate the move-
tilte clrt adjiourlned, tlie attorn','.es wee ('' t of .Leasonable imerch anise, and ilm-
ire, llestld to dra\w p ialln o1derl. express4- pii.vs agricui'ltlrai l conditions, except
ingle iih' iwdifi'aliolis ilesired andi agreed | \where thel precipitation lias been insutheii-
4i4poi aill. if it illmets wilh ille approval olf ellt. Thle sealison iais soliiewhalt backward
lte nlort, it will ie siglled today ntil l he fairlns ilntil this week. iut lost
The 1n1ioants stated th 4'lat tie prIincipall ground is being reglinlled. although the
reason for asking folr ia ioliti'at 1ion of, s.rcity oif labor delays operations. Cl(s-
the order was Io larhiifiy lTlirs generally t44ar4 qiilt prevails in e(trtain lines that
and to put tlie tax co0llecltor right concern- lar between s onsl ali mercantile collee-
inlg lteir pol iisiin. in order t1liat they tiolis alre still irregular. yet tlie future is
4ilillt lno. 1b receiving Stalte ai4,l county rIegarde4d with increasing confidence. Man-
1axes, pIt lhlo1e, selv's4 I ill eiitemilpt of eolrt. i1factluring iretilr-n indicate few strikes and
IWhen itlte suit \w i, tir't instituted. lhe little idle 1(mchinery. some sections of the
Itoard of I)rlinage Comiiiisioiiers 114iad il- iron an41 st1 strlicted tlhe tax collectors to Ireceive II4n contracts covering ollutput more than a
State amil counlv taxes, unless thIe drain- ear ahead. ;and shipments of footwear
age tl \\ wa, also 1 aid. liThen cila li the in- 'tro l'lli .ston l re surp'a.ssing a-ll reeord.-
jilnction rest rainlling tlie collection of tlhe w hib! the textile mills operate freely not-
ldrainllage taix aind. iluder tiell rulings of i with-tandilng tilt, ligh prices for raw ma-
tlie 1)Drain;1nale 4C omis4ioiers. it Ilprlacticnl- trials I-spit the coa1 l strike and inter-
I v lestraild thlle collection of tlie State tuition to freight handling at lower lake
aid Ili(ntv taxes. 'ports, railiwav earniniigs for tlie first week
Then ca4l4 tii' agreelllilit for sever- of lMtiV i were 10.2 per enlit lr.er than in
dance oIf lthie taxes. I, I ailnage loard re- the corresponding week last year. Foreign
Irea1ing f riii it.s lir-l position oI f "all! Ioelliiitrce in April s lurplassed the same
,r inothilig." i month inll a:n preceding year. both as to
The mlit 4lip\',e nalli4e with the ltliing f exports and imports, ailnd it is especially
th, i a.'ers to hlle suits atilt til44 e tax .iratify.ilg to note te gain ill shipments of
collectors -et Uill that lli*y had agreed to nilanifactured products. At this port for
ia verancet of tile iaxes and liimoved for tlihe last week iinpolrts gained $3.421,9'29.
a iliodiicati4ioli of llie older of in junction mand exports llst 1.2S.tii.) in comliparison
;is :t iefered til tile ltStale anld mniiy with last year's figures. Strength still pre-
lax s. praivinl tile court to dissolve it iil \aili inl thie hide market. although large
ihi- rega' ird. It was talis l 4ot ion 44 which tn'ners are noilt operating freely, huit num-
\\ils argued l'ril-iv eoils smill orders mke a gloo showing ill
The original ilijiiuncl ion order of tlhe the aggregate anild there is now evidence
('court ie'traiined n'l ,llV le oll.,.o-tio n of tli. of t ra iling Ibeh full ratess. leather is well
special lax anl41 touched upon tlie State maintained 'on the whole.
al'd iint' laxe., onl illn so far as they Failures this week niiI.ered 211 in the
-old not hie ,i.'lected lesss a severance I'nit.d States. against 2:14 last year. and
\\v> agreed Lo0. 'Thl.re Ilas I'.een. apirpar i in ( 'anada. 4o1ipared with II a year ag4o.





OPERATORS!! !


We Have a Proposition in Cattle and Pecans

THAT IS A MONEY MAKER.


Use your


Grazing Land


For Pasturing


Hereford

and

Short-horn



CATTLE.


ii .-


Your


Garden

and

Farming Lands


For Raising *


PECAN

TREES.


Write Marion Fa3rms, ocala Fla.

We'll be Glad to Explain.











THE WEEKLY INDUSTRIAL RECORD. 7


JOHN N. C. STOCKTON,


REAL ESTATE, STOCKS AND BONDS.


CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED


ROOM 4. UEDEMAN BUILDING.


JACKSONVILLE. FLA.


U..... ***~~eeEe*eee..~~ ~****i ~1Jf


J. A. Craig a Bro.

239 W. Bay Street EVERETT BLOCK.


Leaders in Men's and Boys' Fine Cloth-

ing and Up-to-Date Furnishings.


5 Agents for Dunlap and Stetson Hats; largest stock in the City.
* W
*.##.~##...,,.,.,.,# C09~9~; ~3##~t-


C. C. Bettes.


DRUGS.


53 and 55 VEST BAY.
Vai'ehou.se
20 to 26 SOUTH LAURA


JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

Florida Mail Order Drug Store. Supplies Everything a Drug Store
Ever Kept. Write to Us.



Maisby Machinery Company

of Jacksonville. Fla.

Portable, Stationery Engines and Boilers, Saw

Mill and Woodworking Machinery.

Purtable Outfits a Specialty. Write for handsome illustrated ml9 catilogue.
Corner Ward and Jefferson Sts.


BIG LUMBER SHIPMENT. 11% '.44.4 con 4 : .1 a r v
(if hI11i4''4''. %%ho ii, f brou4 i~l~ght helre from
over Two Million Feet Shipptd Thursday llt it 44.4 ia ago 1th ( Ifde
from This Port.
One steamsh4.14ip1 .1114l f,'tir sailillg vess..els St':alli41.llijl (Co4lllipaliv t14 4.444k- (oil the' piers..
4.4.ere (.ieal-0rl' l I4 lot h -i' sol (444444 T444.' llirs- 544 -; 1: Pi41 I I I llv 144 t .-b ille''-' of~ IN (1 1'.vi1'
datv Nv-ith carl gwZ oi f IIIIII144 I. fill. 'l-ovi'441'('. e IIjl. --nmi l :4 ; i .f Jiiiillo. tlhiat tih' olli
Pt-i-ad'lil1i. 5 1 444 I.IIal. '. II.. and M.-I olll.j ,.i 1 have lltw i ira ide tiI sei'enni. llo'il4gl
a mount nlg to 2.257:l232 feet. I




in,
a T his is III e1:4. illtllx (.t tIll, ; 1 4'" i Iill. tl lioad the'.44.4 fi4l. iii( 4 i' 'i
eil-, sih-ii'i--IlII Ilimill i, from'al l 41414.e
ev rp rt~i ten in ack miill sh i 1`1-1- ,1 414 4'4'.444 invii, 14:4 it liso 11,,'i -i.. fil 4o r that l iii'I:4411
-I- file -hiploill, is It- dil. ;,.



i, uii i' ''iiii-..la cci 44ll et 4i4. of 4 el l s 41144,11. 11444 44,4 gI-444 so that it W fill
a ba ner a% or ft(- oor It.- ailv m-al- fll fill- II \\ lai 111il111her of fl-)licker


a 4 gr eater Iii Iii. 1i iii. iI:4 o ller .l l 41 1 to444114414444 'i I 44ll d I id th Iii lIl... eliii t441 Ii.
Shippedi4 fill144 olll'iif. Ilai~.. :44441 it4 is. grtrhil


illent. no i% lll h' Iit -. .III'.,I 44441o Il'l\.iov
tl f fioii, ',*. 4.'.1 4'. ,t .r'x''. 44 if fi.le4144' 1 vii-t t4:4 4 S I ll l hI.l'.444 fill-' 1 1 1:h14


1114' .11ii441144t if Illisl~'i' 414 14:4. :i
4144444 Ti l al%,f Il II' ')'" 111:42' 54'' l'11Mil iiii' 112 etriotli44'I' ml"'4 'I 4'k ; I ) el

44r- and fai ro l-1' II-- IIIN44g44'. fi.t4ti 114,44 i'lt \.114.144. 4 :itif ll ( l ll a
l %ili' fi~i144414'144. 444 t'oi 'Ig li t I i: 54 :441 4 t ii. 1i. I-.. III, ii of hi' 41 -1'-

fYre(ign NIlrty. -.Ill4v' ll.tl.l\ lli'. 1,14l'14:14'. :41',' -till 44 had F1i4 4 1 v I44'4i\.\I
entee for this tralvd. jill' iii only ii a of al I4'.
-144 -f4 441; foll .rl~ll'kv 41 jill :444,1 514(14. an tIwoo






tl MPORTED LABORERS. ile 11-il41'.. iii aii 14't'. 'tell IN4

Negroes Brought Here by Clyde Steamship 44:1442' 4.4:1' i'44441j41.ii i 44, jil :444444144'r .111 4141,
Corit pany. o14f Iklii41 11444 :4414144111 1''"4'44 ilalnil:a l
m hm lit l evl 144 tim e v 14.111 St. .114111 r 'l' 11441, 411 4. 1\( il* 4444 11:14' i i jr .c D iu 44
steamvreralv--] ric e~a at,\ the foot oodlgf or ie'$ljl1 and the\4 Newf 111rk h linf%


Improvement in the St. Johns River Has


Increased Shipments.


IDrinig thi p:i-t llthre weeks there has
' '4c 1 rei 'l ll rkll'le ill'lncrea i4n Ih'e b)iu iness
of tilis p1rt. With ;i ne:4 w 1 (teamship liIne
eon nesting Jakl Ii ille with h111 iladel phia
anid with ;i ailingg i.4 v tlIg Clyde 'l ine l-
Imiost d il.y I, l. t re a;I ill'ars evllery rea1 I n111 flor
tle assertion Ithal t tle Ibuilness of the port
of Jacksonville is to lie doubled within l'e,
ipne fiew months 1ll'd thait thle report for
tile inonth of M;ay will show a remarkable
increase lover last moitiilh.
Ships 1are I4 gill inlg to call here with
aillll for diver -itied large i.and as the water
is ting oldeepeneil inl the channel the pros-
pect-s are citeoinitg brighter for -a Iarger
bi-sines for this p1ort. ILast i eek there
%-wais aI tremendous shipment of lunller
froln tlhs p4' rl ;anill the lsae will l t4rnle of
lhe rleord for tilte week just .losing.
'Thle bus1 inless men1 of Jalksonville lare
initere-.tedl to ;i greiatr extent in the deep-
eningill of tlIe St. llhns Iiver chliannel and
ille inclrea o4 f lshiping li id shipping fa-
cilitih. for ll is l|irt tlhaii tlihe have, ever
Ie i ll te e ipasl. T'his" i- dNie to tlie de-
,laiirlg ilof this port l iln open market for
llniVl1 stores 1in1.l tI. e cl l res ion4 ding in-


\work of ecrillg a tntyllt -foullr fo it hanill
nel for thi- 111port is tol I l' 4proseculted by1
the I'nited Sit4 .ts I.overill i'ent andi there
: s h llll 'e thal t thiis will have lheen se-
ir l witlhi lln the ni.Xl eililt months. The
engineer in ciiharg of the work will notr
Illrolinse a definite ldate for completing this
part o ft tlhe work. hilt he lias indicated that
within thel next eight nolnths Jacksonville
would have t lnty-four feet of water.
With twenty-lour feet of water this port
will be in a 1nich .bett,.r |is 'ition to haniidle
tIh' li.nal stores s'ifilu;itin with his as all
open iiimarket. In f;i t this is ;ill that .IJack-
sonville lack i in ilis res'4e' t and in other
ways shlie Ihas ;i great advantage over Sa-
v;inntih. \\liichl is iher cinly competitor of
ainy note in tlhe, handlling of naival stores.
"'The inlictioniis ait tfie present timlie are
exceeliigl einco1ragingi. Thlre is every
re.sonl to lie1e : thli t twh l itnly-foilr feet
of \i ;ter will 1I secured anld tlilt lthe re-
niarkaiblle growtx\hli of shipping here will be
conitillnued.
.A pIartiil list of vi-els nowI\ in port and
\Vwhere they c(:In life founllld, is is follows:
The .chliner- .I. llowaird Leeds. (Captain
Loop. and thle oi.o e G. Morse. Captain
Ke;irney*. ;ire takilni on <;rgoves of Inml.'r
for tlie Solluthern I'iline Comipany of ;eorgia.
a il tle Atl. nti C.llic ine pier. iIe.r tilhe
Siiiddnct.
Ti'h ll ll i-ooner I'l-illik W I eliv.lit.. 'lptainll


William A. Bours & Co.
'Ihere I';i n l e no re4o1 4 1 i-illlluendatiol n 14 more4'
4l1 'ilili'n i \x il ll thil l c I l i iln Is.akilln

inil del liiln \\ ilh t hi- ir i hlli lit II n fior 4 ;rl in.li
II 4 LI ;irdeii S 1,. 1 liN. Irits. M-,1;il ,o

s11c11 gools i 1111 kl'o 1 It to 1 4.e who makes



I,.r14"i'li 4.44' illl4l4 (.4: l.4 i ,li i f l h.t :l.llir :441'
i.4l .4- 4, 4 i l lv ilt| ut i 44 4i 'iu, Illfore thi ,
ti llt I :44- o i \'li4 n. il'liii l' 444' :4'i-'fill' ile,




444 .l 4 4441 (.1 ll 4 4144' 114111 1 g!'M l. 4 11Iih ( i :4 11 l h.I:
i '.'l I44.4 illlil'il" I.I lii.llll ll'i 4l 44l'l1i 4 I hif
i;iiii' 11114 \\ illia ii .I Ihii"lr- & ( ', .. olile iof
-t;.'k>1\. ille'. fti'r ii I,- \\ lio1 ;11 lt lli u1 in 1
llasle \ e l d o'il 1 it I tir ful lest i ns, riialinc
tlhi.t rco n il o e of Ihe lbet firi.
4II th.e S.;ilt. :\\,e l lie e \\ are corre ct
"i s;1yingi tlhatl tlIh 'lid g'owt and prog-'
less, of 4 "our il\ i s ti t, direct ontollil, of
Ih1, e 111rg iai nll t'l l i-i e of fewerNt o1 ur
1 iiine s n l ill IIhanI is 1is1all. k 1nown, lint
Ih4llt (lile lilil of \\ holii l we write is olle of
it- r:l 1-i l lilder ,- w\ e li4 444-i'i\e. ;| lilt lik'
thl r l.e t-t |.l' 4 ai.1 I illh, i iad kin i lh si, f';it-

Thi- I"i' re_, i le- i rm h n f.-i-t\lih.h,,I inl
it- \l'.ir IS73 mli is maiiii;it ged v Y \ illan!
\. It llr- ;ilhd .aini I'F D ilarby. filitf -Iilliq-
illt Iloof lif proof \\were. reitilirlld ). tl hatl
tlhl higlhest cI rte ( -.% ;iand fullest -;li-f;<--
tion \ill :e givenl to ;i!l wlou are wise'
enough to phl;'ef theii-elves in thlieir lilin .
aind ;it :i tililaI word\ \\e add lha1t fro it
(lit, 11 | \ iliilat 'i l l l' s ilrces of informni tion
1re)e1i\ l l ll h tl i o h f orl i 1111111 to ar,
)il-i i I, well ;ia the p|ilt s.i s lli haive p[ r.-
lhased their various galrdetn tield oeeds and


I ook. has completely hre cargo of lumber
for ('. S. lilr'ch & 'o.. :and cleared yester-
dayll for New" Haven. C'onn.
T:ih' ilchooner Rollert A. Snyder. ('Captain
Tinker. is IImoorell t the Sealioard Air Line
plil'r t:lkinill on cargo of cypress and pine
lin41wr for teill Seacoast LAiumber Company.
Tihe schooner .1Mary It. Pierce. (Captain
.ilane. is dlischalirging a cargo of cement at
tll' Atlantic Coast Line pier. She will
load 1limhler here.
The schooner Thonas Winsmnore. Cap-
tain ( o1nwll, arrived in pikrt Thursday
afternoon and is now discharging a cargo
of Wi(o) tons of cool at the Fitzgerald pier.
The schooner Warren Adams, Captain
:.rnac. is taking on a cargo of lumber from
thll Eppinger & Wallace 'Conlpany. at the
So4tl rn hRailway pier No. 4.
'lThe cllionler Marie 'ummins. Captain
Miller. was towed to sea last night with
a learglo of Ilunber for New York.
''The schooner .John I. Treat. Captain
4;illore. is taking on a cargo of lumber
frolnl t(ll C('ney'-Eckstemin 'Company at the
At lanti ('Coast Line exlslort terminals.
Tlhe schoonlers .Iohn R. Penrose. ('ap-
lain SinYder: thle tieo(re Mlay. captain n
I)Dais: tlie Slamuel IP. Lowers, Captain
i'iiar1.dson1. -re loading Inin11'r clrgoes at
lhe .Atliintic lastt Line export terminals,
Talley.ranld avenue.
Thle sclihooner I). Howard Spear. (plltain
'oss. lha finiliell dliscliarging a cargo of
coal for tile Fitzge'rald (Colmpan-y, and is
llillidingi a 1ary of lulliler for Rolert R.
SiZxer at tilh export terminals.
The schlooner Pendleton Satisfaction,
(':ll;ptin (':Cay. i. loading lumler for Rob-
'ert I. Sizer at the export terminals.
The sl'choner iThomasl F. Pollard is aiso
ai thlle export terminals taking on a cargo
of liiill4er. The Pollard is in cminlmand of
Captain .larinian.
ThI11 scolihner Iilnra M1 .Lunt. Captain
IiIntelIr. is 1I11ired at tlhe Tallevrand clocks.
taking ion 1a c;'rgo of lumler for Havana.
Shle \ ill leu readyI' for seal next week.
The schooner .leinnie Lip)itt is also at
thlle Talle'yrand lw'ks taking on a cargo
of 1lIIber from tile I)t'xt(er Hinter (om-
ipally.
Thei scihoinler Willie 1. Malxwell. Cap-
tain Crabtree. is at the ('iniuer mill docks
taking on I cirgol of lumlbr. and the
linerr .ollN II. Mayii is at Palatka taking
on 1 v.iargoi of cypre1'Ss lumber.
Itl'siils tlw mnany vessels now in port
iinlany are dule to arrive at an early date.
.\Ani11lg tlhel arel the schooners E. Marie
I4"ow4i. collins s W. Walton. Mairtha S. Be-
inent. 111Henry ( liaison. .Ir.. Valnier Black.
lbrig A:.\4 a. Nor4wegian steamship Parran
iandil ianl.y others.


fertilizinlg materials frlom them that the
So'nderful selsfull raisiing of their lands.
'crops. egetables,. small fruits and orange
gro" s. Iltc.. is entirely attriibutedl t their
l1avill'ng mllde 11hir .elections from the
a;ihx-i iiport:iilnt ald progressive firmi. m1ch
Iniilg le clse. how cin4 we otherwise hut
feel Ilhe greatest pleasinre in giving (lihe
hi4 1- mm l. to (is gral d hrliuse.
'444til4' li| .i:cksonvill is i lde.d proudI of.

MORE APPROPRIATIONS.

Brunswick Get sAn Increase for Her Light-
Ship.
''l'rl House ll nli', inittee on interstate a1 nd
foreign comnineree lias authorized i favor-
;ble report on o,' n omlnillus bill carrlling he-
twe\\,n t\'ilwenty l nd t1wentvy-five priojec1.is as1
"alids to iiv4igatioiil." ;i11nd authorizing an
a;illi:'4 nri:tio of some tling ill excess of
:4il.:i ,N4.1I11. The hill pro ide,s f lor tim' con-
lricl ioii fll light lhols es, light ships. light
ilhouse dwelling bIoys. ec.. on tin South
tl.ntic ( ;ast ;s follows:
.ight lihoi.se station 4at Pongetea gie creek,
\irginia. S.tllO: light and fog signal sta-
tion ;at liaggedl Point. Potomac river. $30.-

The lilit of 'ost of light. vessel to be
ijli. d oil ffle oier' liar of Brunswick. Ga..
is incire:ised l.lby .4$15.(I. making the total
. 11t.11.i: the limit of cost for tender for
inlpert'l lor i iincr''eased b.y 10,000. making
the total $135,000.


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Big Chair Factory to be Built and Oper-

ated in Jacksonville.


Several of .Jack-onville's progres-ive citi-
zens. together with .1. E. Futch, a promni-
nent citizen of Starke. have associated
themselves together andi wiill aplplly to (;ov.
Broward next month for letters patent iin-
corporating the Florida (liair Factory.
The Florida Chair actory will lw' estah-
lislied in Jacksonville and will be hacked
by a capital stock of .*25.(11). The .lack-
sonville citizens interes-ted in tie estalb-
lishment of this factory. are W. Mi. Tooin-
er, R. II. King, .. C. Russell, .. (. C'onnel-
ly and W. F. Wolfe.
The principal place of business will be
in .Jacksonville, but business will lie con-
ducted in other places in the State and in
other States through branches or agencies.
The general nature of business to Ibe
transacted is the manufacturing. buying.
selling and making chairs and furniture
of all kinds, and such other articles as
are usually manufactured in this ilne of
business, both wholesale and retail.
Capital Stock, $25,ooo.
'nhe anlount of capital stock of this cor-
iporation wiill be $2.0.)00 to be divided into,
25.0 shares at the par value of $1N00 each.
The term for which this corporation shall
exist will be ninety-nine years.
Tile business will lI' mninaged by a prtsi-
dent. vice-president, secretary. treasurer
and hoard of directors, consisting of not
less than three nor more than thirteen
nienilmers.
The annual meeting for the election of
ollierse by the stockholders of tle company
will be held on the first Monday in Aug-
list of each year.
The stockholders will meet on TJuly 2.


PANAMA EXPOSITION.

CoL T. J. L. Brown Back From National
Capital.
('ol. Thomas .J. L. Brown. of Tainima.
president of the Florida State Fair As-
sociation. arrived in the city Thursday
from Washington. and after spending sev-
eral hours here with friends. left on the
evening train for Tanmpa.
Col. Brown has iis hands full tlese days
with looking after Panama expositioln, .
be held at Taminm in !908: the Florida
State Fair next Novemllsr. alnd Fhlorida',
interests at-the .Jamestown exliosition in
I1!W7.
Being at the head of the1 Florida Colln-
mission for the .aleslown Exxinsition.
Col. Brown went to the exlpoition grounds
last week antd wanted a stake on ti e site
lie selected for the Florida building. Ihe
says the site is a fine oine and that if
Florida puts up such a building as ,hli,
should, it will b acted where it will a Iica -i it t-
tract attention.
As vet. that stake labeled "'Florida" is
all that te State li has to represent it. h1i1.
as the exliosition does not (Ioenl Illntil next
April. Col. Brown I',liheves that sy 'stemilatic
effort \\ill bring abouit interest enougli in
tlhe State to gllarantee thel erection of a
llililing and the maintenance of a creditia-
ble exhibit of the product's of tle State.
The Panama Exposition.
As to tile Pananla ('anal Exposition to,
lI. held in Tampai ill 1 I90. (Col. Brown is
confident that, the hill initrodluced in Coin-
gre.ss will lI' favorably reported by tihe
committee. There are fourteen lllllllmbers
of tilte committee and the plro.spects are
that at least ten votes w ill Ib' for a fav-
orable report on the Ihill. (hice. there is a
favorable report. lie hIlieves tlhit tliere will
be little trouble in getting it through.
The entire Florida delegation i with
Col. Brown in sillport of thlie measure, ad
he lia's received assirainees thliat lad liini ti
feel (ontlidellt that the ex\position to cele-
brate the beginning of ac.tuail work iion tli
canal. wlhiclh will Ise of suclih great o"imi ui.r'
iia;l hlenelit to Floridal w-ill lx' a sli('el -.
('ol. Brown las devoted considerable time
to engineering gthe 'exlositionl matter inl
WVashington. Ihe has talked exposition.
and incidentally. Florilda until every lment-
her of Congress knows coni.id lerably more
alioiit Floridia than hle did at ihe lbegii
ning of the se.sioui.



this. year. at the police of the vcoiiilpay for"
the purpose (of orgallizilig tlie corporation.
Officers of the Company.
I 'til lie ,,liver e.lecte.l ait the lir-t
elect-ion shall he ilqaliliedl. llte business of
this corlpiratioln will be conducted by the
follow in.g olliver, \V-. M. Tliiner. as pre-i-
dent: It. II. King. as vice-presidlent and
general manager. and .1. ('. Rlussell as sec-
retary and treasurer. andil W. Toomer.
H. II. King. .1. ( Rliusell. .. :.. Futch. \V.
F. Wolfe and .1. ('. ( onnellv. a-, directors.
Th'le highest aniount of indebtedness or
laltility to whiichl tIhe corloration lmayi
at any tinle s.uliject itself. ,sall he $250.-
(M).
'Thle linmews and address of the sulbscrib-
ing ilicor|porators of this corporation, to-
gether i with thle numIber of sliares of capi-
tal stock suibscrilbed by each are as fol-

Amount of Shares Sold.
11. I1. King. 50 shares: W. M. Tooimer. 20
-;iare-: w. F. WNolfie. l lI. I -hares..1. ('. ( l-
ll:lll "-. -i res..1. C. ( I ilsell. :t slhiarel '. all
of J.ack o-nil t. Ianill Il. E. Fiitli. of Slarke.
30 shliares.
The stockliomlers of this corporation will
ajlllly toi tile 1overinr 4on June 20 for let
tears patent incorliprating the Florida ( hair
Faetory.v.
The Jack-,onville' cra.ker factory will lot
really for operation before next fall and
with tihe organization of the Florildia (lChair
Factory. it goes tol show that. ltie citizens
are awakening to tlihe fact thliat there is
no better ielbt ill thle Souilli for factories
than in Jacksonville.


The State Fair.
1'hlien col s, tilhe great Florida State Fair.
which is to be, held in Tampa next Novem-
her. .%s president of thle Slate Fair. (ll.
Ilrown is actively ellgagied with plans tlhat
will uarallntee a higher and better fair than
last year. Steps will lie taken to s'ciire
exhibits from every county in tihe State.
andi make it a. genuine State Fair. Letter
iand higher grade attractiois are alsi to lie
,secured and Florida will al;e a fair thiis
year that will attrilt attention ill over
thle oilinitry.
T]lIe railiroiads have already agreed to
giie 'e 'li ceaip rate, for tile fair froili
va-rioills parts (f ( lhe volliitr '. aIll (ol.
Ilrowi is isaingiine if os-es-s.
With t Col. BIrown looking after Florida
in the exposition lile. lthe State is sure to
lx' well aldvrt i-iSedl. and as a result, l.More
people %will coie to investigate.
Indian Skulls Unearthed.
While inmakiiing excavat;ns on e ( ilet
pllropllerty on tlh east side last Satlurday
woirklni employed by ('apt. Ileorge II.
Itaker ineartlhel portions of live or six
skeletons. which were several feet under
ground. Among ilithe llones were 1two pter-
feet skills wlhiich in size were simply tre
llmendii. C(apt. liiiker a,%y's that ole iof
tlhem wai eispeilly large, the jawbone
hieing large enough toI tit over the jaw-
Iile of any manll i West I'aini each.
The teeth were well worn down. but other-
%wise were in perfect pre'erZvation. and
owee conclusively lthat hi when buried lth
individuals ha reaciihlied a riple hi age.
It is believed ihliat ihe bolnes are those of
Indians, anl that tlilte workmen have inii
0nverd tlhe last res'tinlg place of lmany ilhl
braves who li he bleeni blilriel ilundri'elis of
.ears. We\ t I'alli Ieu'ch Sun.
Yellow Butterflies Move South.
The tlh,,'lia.l 1 of sniall \0lhow blltter-
Iies that pIa-'sed i" Ohw nortlwIard. alolni
tlie river hank tw\\o or three \ tek-- ,11.
la\e chlinged thwir course anlld of late hi\ v
Iwen os'Ier,\ed ying in ;I southern diire
tionll, but not in lsuch h.i-te ior ;s inny i
mIiberls. o one -leelll- ito liave I ide;i
a to wlier tlhe\ coIm. flro or where tleV
'no to. They have leen noticed all along
tlhe e;i-t coast of IFlorida from St. Au\ll--
inle a filir sl illl as Miini.- T'iti-i ilh.
Star.


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Machinists and Engineers.
Engines, Boilers, Saw, Shingle, Planing and Veneer Mill Machinery. Corliss En-
gines, Water Tube Boilers, Pumps and Electric Outfits. Contracts
for Complete Outfits a Specialty. Plans and estimates fur-
nished on application.


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Branch: .Tampa, lIa.


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will cure all forms of Liver and Kidney Complaints, Prevents Chills and Malarial
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SEA ISLAND COTTON.
Interesting Facts Gathered by the National P C A N S
Census Bureau. Analyte the word.
Washington. May 12. The Census ui- ---
reau has just isu ed a bulletin on cottona t Profit
with a chapter devoted to sea island cotton, ermanen.
front t l which tlie following interesting [conOmy of care
facts are (quotiedl:
lThe cultivation of sen island cotton in Certainty of results
this country, s shoun lby returns of gin-
hers. is confined at present to 18 counties Annual crops
in Florida. 28 in (Iuorgia and 4 in South
Carolina, or a total of 50 counties, the to- On-perishale product
tal area of which is :7.256 square miles. |oable pr
Sia, island cotton is not grown, however, all
throughout these counties from which it uerir to all nuts.
is returned-lut only in selected portions
of then. The acrenge given i to this cul-
ture in 199.) was 317.445. distributed as
follows: (eorgia. 170.756 areas; Florida. THE OPPORTUNITY Of TODAY.
122.787: and South CIarolina. 23.90-. If The first to plant a pecan grove
11the per acre lrluct.tionii returned for 1 St.)
were applied to the crop of this' season, Will be the first to reap a
the acreage for 1.)5. would hI 3;79.!38 or great harvest
1.4 pir cent of the entire cotton acreage.
Exlwriments have Ibeen made in many
parts of these Statesand in other States For full Information apply to
to grow this cotton, but so unsatisfactory
have Iwen the results that, all efforts out- HE GRIFFIN 000BR S
side of these States have ben abandoned. I U D U UU
withinn the three Stats named some sue-
cess has attended this culture in hlwalities Jacksonville. florida.
considerably removed from the coast.
Farmers who grow this cotton in the
interior of these States secure new seed
from tlie coast regions frequientlv. in or-
to preserve its identy. for after the third
that of upland coon. Texas lids F lo rid a
illustration of tie iimplractialbility in tis ric
eI.nultry of growing this laple ollts ide of
well dletined areas in Florida, (.oirgia and
South ( arolina. In 188 attempts were l 1 VE A C o .
made to grow sea island cottol ill Texas
and resulted in tlie production of 2Q2'
bales of fairly o.oodl staple A.nnua'll by ^1l)l 1101
baes t ro i tuci god hapless ... aI treating Electrical Engineers
thereafter somle twenty hales were lr()o\\n
until iss14, when the prislul(tion hdroplled to Sell and Install Complete Electric Light
eleven l.les. and thln disappeared Intil and Power Pants, Telephone Ex-
1]S1.. wlinl. throughil t1e etrorts of inltrest- t
ed parties ill Savan.illlh. sea island seed was changes. Wholesale Electric
again shipiped itno Texas. As a result of Supplies.
this effort !Hil bales were reported in 13.: Jacksonarie, Fla.
2.597 hales. in lS9i;: 1iO bales in 1i)7; and
fi hales in 1 !>9. which was the last year
any was reported.
West African Cotton. Sam 'l P. Holm es & Co.
Liverpool. May 14.-- Addressing the
(lamfrlr of ( ines. rce hid s evi nin. ,.ir Stocks, Bonds, Cotton,
,.aid that thle lIritishi (otton :' rowillg A- Grain and Provisions.
sociation would illi'iort this Year fronmti
West Africa cotolln vahalu at Ihetwe'.n EMBERS
545)1.fWM) and SIt;).MnNI. 11. argued that NEW YORK COTTON EXCHANGE
West Africa -oiuld Iprodh ce shortly more CHICAGO BOARD OF TRADF
cotton lthan Lancashire re uire e H AGO BOARD OI TRADE
speaker stated that African labor condi- Direct private wires to all exchanges.
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INDUSTRIAL RECORD
JAMES A. HOLLOMON. Editor-In-Chief.
J. O. LaFONTISEE. Assooiate Editor.
A. H. MAILSH. Businees Man~&i r.
PubUlihed Every eaturday.
u To ((Domestic)...33.00 Per Annum
Swascaurmros (poreig) .... $3.s0 **
"The Pine and Its Prod fcta."

All communication should be addressed
Tho Industrial Record Company.
Jacksonville. Fla.
branch Editor mand Business Offices at
Savannr h. Ga.
Entered at the Postoice at Jacksonvile, Fla..
as second-class matter.
Adopted by the Executive Committee of
the Turpentine Operators' Association
September 12, 190M, as its exclusive offi-
eial organ. Adopted in annual convention
September 11 as the organ also of the gen-
eral association.
Adopted April 27th, 1903, as the official
organ of the Interstate Cane Growers' As-
sociation. Adopted September 11, 1903, as
the only official organ of the T. O. A.
Commended to lumber people by special
resolution adopted by the Georgia Sawmill
Association.

THE RECORD'S OFFICES.
The publishing plant and the main of-
fices of the Industrial Record Company
are located at the intersection of Bay and
Newnan Streets, Jacksonville, Fla., in the
very heart of the great turpentine and
yellow pine industries.
trade of the entire South.
The Savannah, Ga., office is in the Board
of Trade Building. Savannah is the lead-
ing open naval stores market in the world.
NOTICE TO PATRONS.
All payments for advertising in the In-
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must be made direct to the home office in
Jacksonville. Agents are not allowed to
make collections under any circumstances.
Bills for advertising and subscriptions are
sent out from the home office, when due,
and all remittances must be made direct
to this company.
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There was not much turpentine mixed
up with this last primary election, and tihe
indications on the face of the returns are
in effect that there is to lie but little
trouble experienced by the naval stores
men at this next session of the legislature.

One result of the primary elections has
been the defeat of Governor Broward's
drainage scheme. This was ldue doubtless
to a more thorough understanding of the
question and a general discussion in nearly
every county in the State.

The bill to place wood alcohol on the
free list ought to be defeated. It would
work a groat injury to the turpentine in-
terestr of the South and since there are
States which produce wood al-ohol it does
not appear fair that the product should
ie placed on the free list.

SAVANNAH NEWS COMMENTS.
In editorially commenting on Tuesday '
election the Savannah Newis lias the fol-
lowing to say:
accordingg t to le dislpatchles from Flor-
ida. G(ov. Broward's scheme for the drain-
age of the Everglades was defeated in the
primary held in tlw State on Tuesday.
The issue was lnade in connection with tile
legislative ticket in each county.
(Gov. Broward's election %was to a c( n-
siderable extent due to his proinise that lI
would drain the Everglade.. IThere is ia
fund that can he used for that ipur*iwe.
ant. as we understand it. oanl after lie was
inaugurated he began to prepare for thel
work he had promised to do. The prelara-
tions consisted in making surveys and
soundings and in the constrlution of
dredges. there. however, sprang up a very
decided opposition to the undertaking. The
claim was put forth that the drainage of
the Everglades was impossible.
The controversy las been carried on with
a considerable show of feeling. I'erhaps
there is somen polities itn it. AnIIvywav. in
the campaign that was closed this week


the candidates for the legislature were
understood to lie for andl against the drain-
age scheme. And. it is said. a mIajority
has lIwen chosen that is against it.
While the Governor has at his command
a sum of money that can be used for drain-
age purposes without the consent of the
Legislature. it is admitted that it isn't
enough. A -small tax for that purpose.
therefore, will have to le levied lby tlhe
Legislature. but if the lIegislature is
against the scheme no tax will Ih- levied.
A question that presents itself is this-
Wil Ithe Governor begin the work with
the money he has at his disposal? It
would seem to Iw folly to do so. since it
might lie wasted. It might not be enough
to demonstrated that the great swamp can
be drained, and if this and future Legisla-
tures should refuse to levy a tax for con-
tinuing the work the money used would
be thrown away. It looks. therefore, as
if the purpose of the Governor were block-
ed. provided. of course, that the primary
of Tuesday was against the drainage
scheme. Doubtless tle Governor will have
something to say alnout the matter within
the next few days. indicating whether lie
will go on with the undertaking until
the money at his disposal gives out. or
whetlir lie will accept 'Tuesday's vote as
a veto of the projected improvement.

THE GOVERNOR'S MISTAKE.
Tlhe drainage scheme seems premature
andi is something that ought not to have
hlen el lgun hastilv. It uas the Governor's
pet scheme during tlhe iast campaign hut
probably few people imagined that. tihe
work wouil he legun o ai rlv during his
term. if at all for some -ye;irs yet. If it
turns out to IN- a miistake. the State leg-
islature will li ais much to Ilame as tlhe
governorr if not imlre so. It is easier for
an individual to make a mistake than it
is for a legislative body. or it ought to Ibe.
The habit the Florida legislature has of
passing a nillasutlre lbcause tile Governor
reconmmendsll it is not a very wise one. andt
passing a law inerely to enable any olticial
to fulfill a eailpaign pledge is still more
reprehensible.-Florida Signal.

The 1Ipple of Florida are not willing yet
to lie taxed millions of dollars to attempt
to drain tile Fverglades. especially when
there are million of wild lands yet re-
tmaininim in the State already drained and
reaivy for clearing iup and cultivating, and
rich lands, too. It will take a greater
sum (if unilne to ealrry out the (;overnor's
drainage seheme- tlian the taxpayers of the
State can standl. It. waoul hankr upt tlhe
poor man or wonlilan. )Diand lte-ord.

The Tamipa Tiimes pleads ahly that 4iov-
ernor lroiiard be given a fair chamnc-a
suliare deal anid a fair deil towards redeem-
ing Iis ante-ele-tion promise to drain the
Evergladels. If liihe will only proinlise not
to interfere witl oiu iincomparable linmate.
tlhe IlHerald will agree not to dam or damn
his ditches.-1'uiinta G(;rda lHeral.

The Record enlorses tlie suggestion frionm
Savannah in reference to a comieniltion for
the purpose of discussing lli- lalor prnb-
lemo. hblt Iwe feel that the matter oIuglt toI
receive the attention off tle Tirlntiiltin
Olprators' .Associatinn and that r--sciati, on
oilughlt to take tlihe lmaitler lip arefully and
with a degree of a:utiiity. Tliere is great
danger to the naval slore. interests in this
*rowifpg cvarc-ity of Ial ii- rantd unless tlere
is somet thing ldne lt ere is no. telling w her.
it is to end. Italian lilsor aIlipears to lbe
undesirable anil the reports fromt (. \V.
Chase's ('hine-se colony, is to the eterlt
that thliy are not gosdl jworkiers and that it
re |liire about ltwo oIf t lheino do li e llt work
of one l lnian. So frl;i .s we ian see. the
ima llnfact iurer-, ift utl N al sti)ores aie lup
against a erioui,. prolipsitiin. e-spite tlhe
fact that t(Ii.h- are playing large salaries.
they have lieein unabill to seclire anywhere
lle;ir a complletint force of iten it miiost oft
tllh stills in lte lwN-It :ail far from i n ini-
proveilent. tIhe lhitest reports are indicait
ingy evenli a i more serioni condition thali
that ihichl hIas, been existing When tlit-
matter mnies .before na convention of naval
stores nien it ought to receive a thorough
consideration and there ought to be some
appropriltion iimale to study tlihe station
and lprolo.se a renimelidy.

In llarliv every ciunt v in I lie Stale
where the question was made an issue, the


governor r and his Iard of drainage com--
minssioners have had their policy repudi-
ated.
Returns indicate tat t those who have
teen elected to tthe Florida legislature and
whlo had made expressions in this issue
have Is'n sent to Tallabassee to blchk the
scheme of draining the Everglades.
One of the peculiar features in connec-
tion with tle camlpign was the announce-
mlent on the part of several of those who
ran for State Senator that they had re-
versed their position. They had been
nemliers of the legislature which passed
the Governor Broward drainage bill and
had voted for it. In every instance where
their l|s;ition has been reversed, they have
said that their reason for doing so was
because when the ineasure was first under
consideration that they voted for it on the
ground that tIhe Governor had made his
campaign on that issue and they desired
to give him a chance.
claimingg that Governor and his hoard of
drainage commissioners were unfair and
that they had sought to take advantage
of tlw poor taxpayer after larger taxpayers
had succeeded in making an injunction
against the payment of this tax permanent.
they reversed their lsitions and in most
instances wen farther and gave what they
had learned as a result of their investi-
gations and a gene;'al and intelligent dis-
cus.-ion of tlie issue involved.
The Senate will Iw overwhelmingly op-
posed to the scheme and there is every rea-
son to believe that th Hous of Repre-
sentatives will also iew oplpsed to it.
'The Savannah News in commenting on
the situation. "says that tli-e governorr has
been delcdedly rebuked and that every
indication points to a defeat of the Ever-
gladeis drainage scheme.

KILL THIS BILL.
There is a bill pending in congress andt
which has already received the vote of the
House of Iclp'res.entatives, the passage of
which will do great dailagie It the naval
store' interests of the Sou1th. This bill
seeks to place wod alcll ,ool on tle free list.
Throughout the naval stores Ielt there
!uglit to ble the greatest activity in an
effort to induce our lStnators to b;lwk the
0;11 when it comiens up for their considera-
tion. The placing tof woodl alcohol on tile
free list will miean a rleuction in the price
of that article of albout fortyl per cent and
as it can Ie- used in a great many instances
na a substitute for spirits of turpentine.
thel damage to the turpentine nianufactu-
rers and dealers imay readily le seen.
An argument which was used to favor
the hill by the national association of
dlruggists was that while there iwere only
one or two States which produced wood
llcolhl. all of them consumed it tn a great
extent. and to offset the arguments of tlt-
naval *stores manufacturers, the claims was
ilade that tliere were only a very few
State in the ln ited States which mnan-
factul leil naval stores.
All this we will admit. IBut has it, een
the politvy of the National G(overnment to
protect only thIpe industries which have a
part in thle creating ,of iweilth in all thel
St-ltes of the I'nilel States? Ilas not the
Nationnsl IGovernment lieen protecting "'in
f:ult indllstrie,-" \with a view of nmakin_,
them -Ilce---full and enlarging the scope
if their operations? This ha- certainly
Is-en tilh national policy and we see no
reason wy \li the naval stores interests as
well as the nmrnuifact ulrerm in this eunlltrl
of wood alcohol shhiil not be protected.t
( eranilyll they have julst as great a claim
;as t li growers of sei island cotton. oirange-
:aini tle otlier prints which are deielndent
poill n ly ll simuiall territor-v.
It is to ie lilopeI that theli-ei arguments
will hie uiisel more g.ene'-lly i ill te Se-nate
tlihn tIhy wIe-re in tile Ilouse. If this is
,lone. tlliere Iiny m ie somle hope for the ile-
fea;t of tlie Imesuire. Despite the fact that
lihe ilru.-.gi-t. i f tll-e tounltrl are elhinil
tihe plain to put wi \\nl alcoholl tion lhe free
li'slt. there is coki;drable op|Misition to tlhe
1ill. ;ilil thliere is sonie reason for thel ex-
irlcssion of tlihe hiopl that thie measure will
le killed.

BIG WHOLESALE SHOE HOUSE FOR
JACKSONVILLE.
coipany ti, ldo a w wholesale .hoe busi-
lies- in Jlacksonville is now being organ-
ize w tlh a ea1 pital of two hundred thon-
anId doll irs IA'000.0W.1Oo). E. I.1, .lutchin-
son, a sues"aul business man of high


standing. of \Wet Florida, wM be president
of the new company, with .L V. Covington,
of this city. as viee-presdent. Mr. A. S.
.leDo ugald, who for some time has been
manager of the (ovington Company's Shoe
Department, will go with the new company
in the same capacity.
.More than half of the necessary capital
has already been subscribed, and the bal-
amce will be offered in small blocks to de-
sirable stockholders.
M.r. Covington. when interviewed, stated
that the combined shoe and dry goods bus-
iness of the ('ovington Company has grown
to such proportions, that he finds it diffi-
cult to take proper care of both depart-
ments. and wishing to be relieved in a
measure of so much responsibility, and
recognizing the need for a strictly inde-
pendent and exclusive shoe house in Jack-
sonville. has decided to sell out their shoe
department to the new company. He
states further that their sales in the shoe
department alone are estimated at between
three and four hundred thousand dollars
for this year, and this combined with thei"-
enormous dry goods business is too great
a burden on him. He wishes to direct all
his attention to the dry goods business,
anti feels that it is sufficient to require his -
entire attention.
The name of the new shoe company will
be "Hutchinson Shoe (bmpany." and they
will le ready for business next winter.
The new company will begin business na-
der the most favorable conditions, with an
established business. which guarantees its
success from the start.

ITALIAN LABOR FOR FLORIDA AP-
PEARS TO BE UNDESIRABLE.
So far as this State is concerned there
appears to he many reasons why Italian
labor is undesirable.
Some time ago the bowlingg Lumber and
Naval Stores C(ompany brought to this
State from New York a great many Ital-
ians -who were put at work at their large
sawmill at Dowling Park.
The men were given every opportunity to
demonstrate that they were good laborers,
andl that they could be worked to advan-
tage, but the result of the experiment
appears to have been unsatisfactory. All
of them have gone, with the exception of
one or two and they have remained for
only a short time. While all of them re-
mained long enough to repay the money
advanced for transportation, they were
considerable annoyance to the company
because of their disposition to complain
and their efforts to breed a spirit of discord
among the other employees. The company
has therefore gone back to the colored
lalorer. though it is having considerable
trouble in supplying the demand.
The result of this experiment will doubt-
less prove a disappointment not only to
the Dowlings. but to many other com-
lpanies doing business in this State which
Pileuire a great deal of labor. It -was
hoped that the Italians would prove good
laborers. for the statements were -mde
that there were plenty of them to he had.
Having let the Italians return to New
York. the company has arranged for fifty
German families to come to Dowling Park
-indl they were expected to arrive there
Friday of this week. These German fam-
ilies have all Iben provided with comforts
lde holmes and the IDhwlings are confident.
that they will not only prove good laborers.
lut that they will take an interest in the
advainlement of the palee and work for the
development of iDowling Park.
Every cvomifort is to be afforded them.
The homes which have been built for their
recepition are gwod ones and the location is
'nie of thle best in the State. They will
lie given an opllortunity to improve their
*ondiitiol and it is believed that they will
irove excellent workers and that they will
renla in.

A Wonderful Hen Egg

Talk alont your speckled eggs, your yel-
low eggs and eggeiting episodes generally,
hut ('apt. George McCormick owns a hen
tliat Ib-ats the whole.push. She left an
egg in the nest the other day that meas-
lred four inelies in length and five and
oine-half inches in circumference. Capt.
.McCortnick is satisfied that the eating of
this egg lpereeptiblv increased his weight.
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THE WEEKLY INDUSTRIAL RECORD.




THE CHRISTIE-GROOVER DRu co.,

WHO L SALE DRUGGISTS.
-W w NtM Am T F NOME AN11D Msv1 E TIAME AM NIOD Er JMONETIAKV ILLC, FWDOMAL


There'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.
M. Such a stock we offer you from which to
choose-selected from the world's best makers
1 "a and embodying all that is newest. and most
fashionable as well as standard styles for the
A 5 conservative.
E8y wa\ 4 tckh w sil sllaut ly Burat.ed hh ml'it and con
.. J. RILES CO..
S 15 West By Street. Jaeksonville, Fla.
!:a^w35^

WORLD'S COTTON SUPPLY.
Secretary BHter Makes His Weekly Re-
pert and Companmons.
New Orkiani. May I.-Secretary Hes
ter's statement of the world's visible sup-
ply of rootton. issued today. shows the
total to be 3.980.916 hales, against 4.087.-
774 last week. and 33.76.052 last year. Of
this the total of American cotton is 2.435.-
916, against 2.537.774 last week and 2(.353.-
052 last year, and of all other kinds, in-
eluding Egypt. Brazil. India. etc., 1.545.000.
against 1.550,000 last week and 1,323.000
last year.
Of the world's visible supply of cotton.
there is now afloat and held in Great Brit-
ain and Continental Europe 1.946.000.
against 1.52,000 last year; in Egypt. 112.-
000, against 179.000 last year: in India.
1,072,000 against 898.000 last year. and
in the United States S31.0(i) against !)47,
000 last year.
Secretary Heater's weekly cotton state-
ment. issued today, shows for the eighteen
days of May a decrease under last year of
156,000, and an increase over the same pe-
riod year before last of 178.01).
For the 260 days of the season that have
elapsed the aggregate is behind the same
days of last year 1.787.000. and ahead of
the same days year before last 588.0)00.
The amount brought into sight during
the past week has been 111.83. whales
against 161,808 for the samt seven days
last year. The movement since Septemlbei
I shows receipts at all United States ports
to be 7,345,601 bales, against 8,958,519 last
year. The total movement since Septem-
ier I is 10.193.120. against 11.979.873 last
year. Foreign exports for-the week have
been 80,054. against 147.770 last year. inak-
in gthe total thus far for the season 5.-
822. 373. against 7.380.819 last year.
Including stocks left over at ports and
interior towns from the last crop and
the number of hales brought into sight
thus far from the new crop. the supply to
date is 10.637.6.3. against I2.141.840 fir
the same period last year.
SPIRITS SLOW AT SAVANNAH.
This Week's Market Shows a Perceptible
Loss and Few Sales.
Another break took place in spirits in
Savannah this week, a lprtion only of the
offering' being in demand at a loss of
l/,c. The market opened tirn and in-
Schanged Wednesday. with sales of 24 casks.
The close was marked nominal and with-
out sales. In the late trading hour a small
part of the offerings were taken at il rents.
the remainder being carried over. 11. re-
ceipts for the day were 2.59S casks. of
which *83 were from Jacksonville. to be
sold on the open market, and 1.195 from
Bnrunwk-k for export.
The robins market opened firm at prices
below, which showed generally an ad-
vance (m the lower grades in solne cases
a figure midway between the split prices
for the day before on some of the higher
grades. The sales were 1.293 barrels, the
total for the session. After the close the
market was cleared except for the refusal
of one factor to accept his bid. One ex-
porter got two lots, but at different prices.
One of his successful bids was at quota-
tions. The other, which took over 1.200
barris was at an advance of 10 cents on
WO Ma WW, a-to advaTne oa K, M and


H. 1 BRIITCIIETT, Pres. P. L. SUTHERLAND. Vice-Pres. A. D. COVINGTON, Sec'y.
J. P. COUNCIL, Treas and Genl Mgr.

THE OOUNOIL TOOL CO.,
General Offices: JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
Factory: WANNANISH, N. C.

Manufacturers of High Grade Tools
foer Irvl Sopes Oewfee.u.

tsIlittIer ItetItttStltelututattt3sIm ttmtltit, e |augg
SW. W. Carnes, Pres. W. C. Thomas, Manager. a S. Cares, and Treaa.


Tampa Hardware Co.


Wholesale
4
Hardware

* Turpentine. Mill and Phosphate Supplies. :


o TAMPA. FLORIDA.
IetU i iI itlI t Itit t * i l terI i *es i II I iet g uII l


HICKS' GAS MOTOR COMPANY
We are pleased to announce to our
Southern trade that our new modern works
it Waycross, Ga., for the manufacturing of
the Hicks Patent Tandem Gas and Gaso-
line Engines is completed and in operation.
'milding Stationary, Portable and Marine
Engines, from 2 to 500 H. P., also Gas
Producers, Pumps and Gasoline Motor
Street Cars. While the Hicks Engines are
far superior to the old single cylinder en-
gines, our prices are no higher.
Send for catalogues and get posted.
Agents wanted.
HICKS' GAS MOTOR COMPANY,
Works: Waycross, Ga.; Detroit, Mich.
N. with quotations for the rest of the list.
T'II bid which was declined was 20 cents
Tff lon K ;ilnl albove and 10 -enlits The receipt, for the day were 2.848 lar-
rels and shipmelnts l1.5.10. of which I.IW)
were for (xeiort.
Utilization of Waste Lumber Products.
Ia-ikson. NMiss.. April *2. Lumber man-
ufacturers in Mississippi predict that thei
day is not far di(sant lwhen every ounce of
sawdust t at tlh various iills in this State
will le utilized ill tlle iinanllfacture if
woodl alcohol., and that lumbermeni( l will
place a value oil sawdust second only it
that of the main product of their plan ts.
A plant is now Iw'ing erected at Hitties-
burg for the purpose of transforming saw-
dust into alcohol. and a series of prac-
tical tests have demonstrated that there
is a large margin of profit in the enter-
prise. 'itr concern is known as the l;g-
num Prolduct.s Conpany. andl was chartered
seeral montlis ago with a capital of T25-0.-
000. Tihe necpssary liehalianical devices
have been perfectedl and patentedil. nl tIhe
industry will he. in operation within a few
weeks.


Windsor Hotel


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


DODGE & CULLENSI
Owners and Proprietors.


H. ROBINSON, Pres H. GAILLARDCashier
W. B. OWEN. Vice-Pres.
Commercial Bank, Correspondents
M. J. SA(
State Depository. M SA
Bnaacam: Ocala. Fia.. Lake City. ViFa
Jacksonvlle, * Florida Phone 1721


J. L. WALLA CE, Vice-Pres. H. G. STONE, Seey-Tress.


B. B. TATUM, Pres.


Keeley Institute,

Incorporated $25000 Capital Stock.
A branch of the original Leslie E. Keeley Institute of Dwight, Il1., has just been
opened it coiner of Park and Stockton Streets in Riverside, where a splendid
building, equipped with all the comforts and conveniences of a modern home or
sanitarium has been secured and is ready for the reception of patients in need of
treatment for-
WHISKEY, OPIUM, MORPHINE, COCAI NE, TOBACCO OR CIGARETTE HABITS.
Write for full information as to treat ment, terms, etc.

KEELEY INSTITUTE OF FLORIDA.


Telephone No. 1553.


Jacam.knl, Fla.


THE TANK FOR SERVICE
By the severest tests and under the most
trying conditions, our Tanks have been
proven to be the best made, strongest
and most durably constructed. Forver
a quarter of a century we have been
building Cypress Tanks for leading rail-
roads, factories, etc., and without a
complaint. Best Tank Catalogue issued
sent free. Write for it at once.
G. M. DAVIS & SON, Palatka, Fla.


LEYDEN HAYNES (t CO.


-BROKERS-

tocks, Bonds, Cotton and Grain


3E & CO.
way. New York


West Building, Cor. Bay and Lnura Stp.


Private Wires to
New York. New Orleans
and Chicago.


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12 THE WEEKLY INDUSTRIAL RECORD.



Jacksonville Grocery Comp'y

w,.1. .A Wholesale Grocers and Distillers' Supplies.
*rAM5. Office amn Warwetbuse Viaduct A. O. L. Ry. yaoksonavlle, Florkla


A. W. BARRS, Real Estate a'd
16 Hogan Street. Insurance.

CITY PROPERTY A SPECIALTY.


JOSEPH ZAPF & CO.


Wholesale Dealers in and Bottlers of

ANHEUSER.-BUSCH

St. Louis Lager Beer
Wholesale

Liquors, Wines, Mineral Waters
Write for Prices
JACKSONVILEE, FLORIDA



Deen Realty and Improvement Co.

Large or small tracts of timber
hInds, also cut over lands, suitable
tor colonies, stock-raising and
game preserves in Florida and
Georgia.
Also Suburban Lots in Deen-
wood and some choice city lots in
Waycross. Write us for full par-
ticulars and information.


Deel Realt alnl improvement Co.


WAYCROSS. GA.


NOTICE OF INTENTION TO APPLY FOR
LETTERS PATENT.
Notice is hereby given that the under-
signed will apply to the Honorable Na-
poleon B. Broward, Governor of the State
of Florida, at Tallahassee, Fla., on the 5th
day of June, A. D. 190., for Letters Patent.
incorporating THE FLORIDA PECAN AND
PONY FARM COMPANY, under the fol-
lowing proposed Charter:
PROPOSED CHARTER OF THE
FLORIDA PECAN AND PONY FARM
COMPANY.
The undersigned hereby associate them-
selves together for the purpose of becom-
ing incorporated and form a corporation
under and by virtue of the laws of the
State of Florida, with and under the fol-
lowing proposed Charter:
Article x.
The name of this corporation shall be
THE FLORIDA PECAN AND PONY
FARM COMPANY, and its business shall
be conducted in the State of Florida and
other States of the United States of
America and foreign countries, whenever
necessary or convenient.
The principal office of said corporation
shall lie in the city of Jacksonville, Duval
County, Florida.
Article a.
The general nature of the business to be
transacted by said Corporation shall be as
follows: To buy, sell and deal in, both


for itself and for others, real estate, farm-
ing lands and timber lands; to buy, sell and
deal in groceries, dry goods, hardware and
all kinds of merchandise; to cut, fell, work,
manufacture, produce, buy, sell and deal in
lumber, timber, cross-ties, shingles and all
articles, products and by-products manu-
factured or derived from timber.
To lease, hire, own and operate lands
and timber for naval stores purposes, lum-
Iwr or farming purposes. To hold, buy,
own. hire, operate, work, develop, sell, con-
vey, lease, mortgage, pledge, exchange, im-
prove and otherwise deal in and dispose of
real estate, real property, timber lands and
standing timber and any right, interest or
estate therein or in them without limit
as to the amount thereof.
To advance and loan monies upon secur-
ities of land, crops of all kinds, personal
property and other commercial paper. To
own. buy, sell, lease and operate tram-
ways. railways and equipment, except as
a common carrier. To erect and maintain
warehouses for the storage of cotton, tur-
pentine. rosin and other products, and to
issue storage or warehouse receipts against
the same. To farm, produce, buy, sell, ex-
change and deal in corn, cotton and all
other kinds and character of farm prod-
ncts. To own, operate, buy, sell and lease
orange groves. pecan groves and all other
kinds of fruits and vegetables and planta-
tions and farms for the raising thereof.
To own. operate, huy, sell, lease, or hire
gins. cotton compresses and factories and
to manufacture all kinds and character of
cotton and woolen goods.
To grow, buy and sell all kinds of nur-
sery stock, including pecan, orange, roses
antl all other kinds of shrubbery and fruits.
and to conduct general nurseries. To buy
and sell. both at wholesale and retail, or
its own account and for others, cotton.
corn and all other kinds and character of
farm products. fruits and nuts. To sell.
mortgage, sub-let, pledge, hire, lease or

convey the crops of said corporation. or
any part thereof at will, and to invest the
proceeds of same at pleasure in such man-
ner as may be determined by the by-laws.
To buy. sell. raise, breed and deal in all
kinds of live stock.
To borrow money and secure the same,
and monies otherwise owing, by mortgage
ileeds. londs. notes or other obligations
thlircfor.
To receive payment for the capital stock
i lior or sen-ices, at a just valuation there-
for in tlie discretion or judgment of the
Board of Directors.
To make contracts of any kind whatso-
-ver for the furtherance of its purposes and
iiisinesses. including agreements or con-
tracts between the said cororration, indi-
viduals or other corporations in any of the
lines of busAiness of this corporation. To
have a licn upon the shares of any stock-
holder who becomes indebted to this cor-
orat:on either individually or as a co-part-
:er. surety or otherwise. with the right to
-ell and dispose of such stock, or such
p"orlion hereof as may lie necessary to pay
uiceh indeltedness. at either public or pri-
ate sale., and upon subh notice and terms
:,s the loard of Direetors may prescribe.
and with the further right to refuse to
transfer such stock until the full payment
of a:ll smue indebtdnes's nlnd to make such
h--laws iin furtherance Ithereof as may be
deemed lict. And to have and exercise
1ll suiih- power' as imay be necessary or
r-onvenient to the several businesses of
a:l corporation under th a laws of the
State of. Florida.
Tile firegtoinii c lause shall lie construed
as ildepelndlent businesses, objects and
powers, and the enumeration of any spe-


DIAMONDS AND WATCHES

We simply ask a call. We can show you, at correct and mosey
saving prices, many papers of loose pure white, perfect
DIAMONDS. It Is our desire to continue being the largest
Diamond dealers In Jacksonville, and our specialty Is fine round-
cut gems and high-grade Waltham and Elgin Watches.

HES S& 9S 1APED Diamonds, Watches, Jewelry,
HESS & S L ULGER 11-13 Main St., 331W. Bay, Jackt@nill, Fla.
ItS WWw:rKr(L kr


*


M. A. Baker,
INVENTOR AND MANUFACTURER OF THE

Baker Improved

Seamless Turpen

tine Stills.
Write me for prices and outfits
F. 0. r. any point in Georgia. Flor-
ida. Alabama or Mississippi. All
stills sold under a guarantee.
JOB WORK
Through the Comutry a Specialty.
The Largest and Oldest Copper
Works in Georgia. Brunswick, Oa.
W My specialty is large worms and heavy bottoms that do not leak.

efiie business or power shall not be held meeting may be changed by the'by-laws.
to limit or restrict in any manner any The stockholders shall meet on the 12th
other business, object or power of this day of June, A. D. 1906, being the first an-
corporation. nual meeting, at the office of this corpora-
Article 3. tion in the city of Jacksonville, Florida,at
The amount of the capital stock of said eleven o'clock a. m., for the purpose of
e.,rp1oration shall le Sixty Thousand Dol- adopting by-laws, holding the first elec-
lars. to be divided into six thousand shares tion of officers and completing the organi-
of the par value of Ten Dollars ($10.00) nation of this corporation.
each. All or any part of the capital stock Until the officers elected at the first
-,f said corporation may be payable in when election shall be qualified, the business of
issued. or used for cash or for the pur- this corporation shall be conducted by the
-hase of property, labor or services at a following officers: W. B. Conoley, Presi-
iust valuation therefore to he fixed by the dent: J. A. Hollomon, Vice-President and
Board of Directors at a meeting to be General Manager; S. C. Littlefield, Jr.,
called for that purpose. Secretary and Treasurer; and W. B. Con-
Article 4. oley. .. A. Hollomon. Edwin Brobston, S.
The term for which said corporation C. Littlefield. Jr., W. B. Owen, W. P. Smith
shall exist shall lie ninety-nine (99) years. and Roland Woodward, Directors.
Article 5. Article 6.
The business of said corporation shall be The highest amount of indebtedness or
,onduneteld h the following officers: A lia'ility to which this corporation at any
President. Vice-President and general l Man- time may subject itself, shall be twice the
a-er. a Si.tret.ary and Treasurer, and a amount of its authorized capital stock.
Hoard of not less than three nor more Article 7.
tlan Thirteen Directors. The office of The nanes and residences of the sub-
Secretary and Treasurer may le held by scribing incorporators of said corporation,
the same person, together with the amount of capital stock
The Board of Directors by a resolution uhilscrihil by each, are as follows:
passed by a majority of the whole Board Name. Residence. No. of Shares.
ina.y I nignate five directors to constitute W. B. Conoley. Valdosta, Ga .........2,000
:in -eieitive committee, which committee, .. A. HIollomon. Jacksonville, Fla.....1,998
to tlie extent and in the manner provided Edwin Brobston. Jacksonville. Fla. ..1,998
ill said resolutions. or in the by-laws of S. C. Littletield. Jr.. Jacksonville Fla.. 1
*aid Corporation. shall have. and may WV. .Owen. Jacksonville, Fla........ 1
exercise the l)iersc\ of the Board of Di- W. P. Smith. Jacksonville, Fla....... 1
rectors in the mannaeniment of the business Roland W'oodward. Jacksonville, Fla.. 1
affairs of tis corporation and shall have
the power to auhorize thle seal of the cor- Before me personally appeared W. B.
,pration to lie allied to all papers which State of Florida. County of TDuval. ss.
IIay nr!i;re it. The Board of Directors (Conole.. J. \. Hollomon, Edwin Brobston,
man appoiiit other ollicers of this corpo- S. C. Littlefieil. Jr.. W. B. Owen, W. P.
ration inlchilin- an A.\istant Secretary Smith and Roland Woodward, who are well
aiinI .\ssitait Treasurer n and ll other known to me and known to me to be the
otli ~,r-i. l;\iino sIIhl powers. (diics and inilividulals described in and who executed
terms f ofnil,-e a miay lhe prescribed by the the foregoing Charter. and severally ac-
hly laiw< or Iv llh.ir iii pointment. knowlediled that they executed the same
'The 1)ire.tor s-hall lie elected Iy th, for the Imlposes therein expressed.
tiokhlolilers at it- annual meeting and all Witness my hand and official seal this
I'thlr olliierrc of this corporation shall be -2Sth day of April. A. D. 1906.
cited, I ainuillv liv thli Directors. .TAMES ROYALL.
The a ninal iiHet int of this corporation Notary Public State of Florida.
ialle of eahll on tlie ,-cond Tiesldy vin (Sa i l.
TJune of each year. The ,late of the annual My commission expires Dec. 2, 1909.






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Complete Stock of Carpets, Mattings, Rugs, Shades, Etc

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GEORGIA. (Establihked in 1881.)
OLD SHARP WILLIAMS-Pure Fine Old
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GEO. J. COLEMAN-Pure Pennsylvania $5.00 a Year $250 Six Month
Rye; Rich and Mellow. By the gallon
$2.75 four full quarts $3.00, express prepaid. 5
ANVIL RYE-Pure Substantial Family *
Whiskey. By the gallon $2.50; four full Full Telegraphic and Stock
quarts $2.90, express prepaid.
CLIFFORD RYE-By t reports. If you want to keep
OLD KENTUCKY CORN-Direct from *
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OLD POINTER CLUB CORN Rich
quarts $2.90, express prepaid.
brands of Rye and Bourbon Whiskies in the market |I
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J. C. LITTLE,


JOHN E. HARRIS,
W. C. POWELL,


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N aval Stores in Jacksonville prol I ert "ir f the regulations or of prac-1companies from transporting commodities
Naval S tores In Jacksonville. 1.I.. t ires illin' uch vhanges. It also ai- .ue 1,y themselvees: require combines
thorize-, an ini|iry *a th whether the rates to put in switches at reasonable request
or practices are "unju-tly di'vscrimnalory or' fshipwpers: prohibit the granting or ac-
The sales of naval stores in the Jack- $4.3.5: .: ..2>: I) 4.2 .I.;) (' I4 : \. :1.:95: 1.9.: unduly |r'efr'len'tial fr" pr,.ijudicial or other- .(ptanice oif rebates. ani reinstate tile iin-
sonville market this week have been fairly sales reported. 1.4"240 bils. wie in violation of the t an ad inll case prisonment penalty for violation of the
large, with the price ranging about the Savannah. May IHi. |lHrl.intine nominal. any of Itc--o *nditi'on- are fllund it exist. lafw.
same as that in Savannah. The receipts. (2,: sl 247 : receipts 2.:19: shipments. the 1" ". iillnsion is qi|powered to determine Reports Required
while not all reported have been large. sales. : receipt n rere what ill te just and There are also changes in the law rela-
The following is thle report of the market ";.4s- shipmil.e nts 1..41.- stock. 44.3I.:i. reIasnal' laxiium rll ate an what regu- live to the reports to le required of ecom-
Tfor the klweek: n r .ute o hm ('r .et.Hsiens.St'dl. I) 4.'. 4 .{.23.: Itio ,r lra'ti'e i- iu-t. roatonahle and mon carriers, and a penalty of $1(00 a day
Monday. May 14.-Spirits turpentine, u.t.: \ 11.{.4.: I f4atl: K4.d;,: fa,- Is imposed for failure to comply with the
steady, 63/; sales reported. 248 bills. $4.0: I \$4. : 45 1 4$4 4. Further. aunthorily i gien tihe- coinis-1 report requirement.
steady, $(4.M: sales )rel 48 blds. M .'M'. ): N $4.-5. \V11 $4.110; N\V\\ .4.11).
Rosin firm; V\W\ $5.0. \V;. 5 $4.!0; .ion to enforce it- orders. and thev are tol The enmmission is given access to the
$4.So; M $4.70; K $4.5: I $440; H $4.35: lThursday. May 17. Spirits trle'nlinte inlo e"fft within n thirty da;\s and con- accountss of the companies affected by the
G $4.25; F $4.42/; E $4.124; ) $4.00; firm; regu.la's, l{: sah's relertled. L.'.H t tinue in fr tw n u-t examiners are forbidden under
C A $3.90. Sales reported. 2.199 bhls. hubls.- penhI. nolililed or set as;de hy tli c-om- penalty of heavy tine and long imprison-
Savannah. May 14.-Turpentidne firm, Rosin firml: \\$V. $..0.I: \\W(; $*.).n: N niiian r y .P court of coIIli'ten julri's- 1nt from divulging the facts ascertained.
B3/2; sales. 584; receipts 1.06i7; shipments. $4.90.; M $4.90: K t,14.n1: 1 $4.6i1: 11 $4.45.: di.ton. Fine of Sf *00 for each failure to keep proper
447. Rosin firm; sales, 1].!05; receipts 1.- 4i $4.40: F $4.3:5: E $4.2.5: 1) $4.15: (' It A\. Powers Conferred. account is provided. A falsification of ac-
657; shipments, 3,430: stock. 44.5S1;. Quo- $3.95'; sales., i56i hl-. )Otlher powers (omi.frred ly this; section ciunts is cade punishable by fine and im-
tations: A B ('. $3.90. D $4.00. E $4.100,, Savannah. May 17. -'Turpeintine steady. ;ir-,: oil al..ortion joint fores. establish lpris.illnent.
4.15; F $4.20(n4.25; It $4.25: H $4.35: I '/,"(iO: sale. -2.4i0 : l.ecipts. "2.-."2: throuolh rIat.( and llnximum joint rates. Circuit and district courts of the United
$4.40; K $4.(65: M $4.70; N $4.80; WG shipments. HIS. liosin firm: sales. 2.070;: :;nd pr|.crilbe livir division, and to deter- States are given jurisdiction over all com-
$4.40; KW $5.0i. ; receipts. ;{.:372: ship int.s 2.!99t: stol.k .- I ini e the onipn-allit toin to lie )paid to ship- panilts by the emtnmission of failure to
Tuesday. iMay 15.-Spirits turpentine. 308. Quote: A H ('. C,.5: I) 3 ...1 : $ E ierllr doing service flr carriers. Secttion comply with its orders, and such courts
steady. "Sales reported, 151. $94.k25: F .$4.35: (; $4.40: 11 4.4.: I .4.1 : ] i. of thie present la\w. is so changed as to are rnlluirel to issue writs of mandamus
Rosin, firm. WW $4.97%. WG, $4.971/; K $4..): M $4.F1A; N .M4.M;): \\; $5.011: WW\V\ provide for an award oif pecuniary dam- compelling such compliance.
'Rosinfim. \VA $^4.9 / ; ^\ V .. .; 5.05. lage, to <."lnainant- f,,,ndl entitled, and
N !$4.80; $47-/ K $4.'5; 1 .4.40; 1l ) it ..fie pamnn,- are not prompltly made1ad
$4. 20; C B $ \, F$ 4.2 /. le 4re Jacksonville. Friday. Mav IS. -Spirits in necordane, with this award, the hne-
l. turplntine steady Ieulars 35e; sales fii,-y is aulthoize, d to file suit in a United
reported. 3'10 barrels. Sites ( irculit ( oIrt to inIpel compllliance.
Savannah, Ga.. May 15.-Turpentine firm. Rosin tirm: \\ $4.95,: \\( .4,90: N The (indin.g of the ,oiniis-ion are to Ib
6i2/2; sales. 1.708: recei|pts 1.5.0: ship- .4.S5: | 4.4s: K $4.75: I $4.t0: 11 .44.50: re.-eiveld a- primal fi-ie evidence of the
nments 1.3. Rosin. firm: sales l.S5.>; re- ; $4.4-;: F $4.40: E $4.30: 1) 4.1.15: C(A. f oeipts 2.8957; shipment :3.79!i: stock. 43.- $31-5. Sales reported. 2.3716 harrels. t: ) !p \a\ t uu-l
647. Quote: A B C(', $3.003.95( : D $400 Savannah. i;a.. Friday. May I. TI- a d from all lihility f sts. n-
Qt4.05; E $4.15(44.20; F $4.25(n4.30: (; Gentine firm. 5 -e: sa~l. I.O02;' receiptl i.- wi.r pro.vis.io reldehr legal the 1 servie of
$4.25.i 4.S37/; H P$4.40; I $4.40: K $4.63: ,-61I; shipments !H)S. Ito-in tirm: sale-s 4.- tll orders o.f the e.nolsion through the
M $4.7004.75; N $4.75(4.S5: WV(i $4.800, (;t.3: receipts 3.31: "hiplllmenlls 8: stock. mails and provide,1 tha lthoe ordea shall
$4.95: W\\ $4.8>505i.10. 47.6i28. take efllect thirly dio\- at'ter service unless
Wednesday. May l(i.-Spirits turpentine (uote: AI". .;3.!9.>: 1) A4.15: E $4.30: -uil.ended or set ;siilv iy the courts. .\
nominal; no sales reported. Rosin firm; F .4.40: $4.45: 4.: 11 I $4.40: K l"unit.y of ..5.011) for e.c-h offene in dis-
,VVW $4.95; W\i< $4.-0; N $4.85; NM $4..80: $4.75-. M $4.90: N $4.15>: \4; *4.IMP- \\WW oldil'ence of the ordei r is inplosed, and the 14 West Bay Street,
K $4.75; I $4.(0: H $4.45:; G $440; F $4.!.15. ipenalty is tit n-.nmlat, at the rate of
... a Ia in ,a.. of .,,ntinu,,ous vihl-I JACKSONVILLE, LA.
.. . .. li in. ll lr, l er thI1 I tI h for ilnol r\
RAILROAD RATE BILL PASSED BYl tors IKailry. IForaker. L.o.l',e. I,?yn' er. IlI- |pai vai.ot .11, i!. I .. i II-for. THE SENATE. Iliiver anil others each spoke for one entire 11 .-111.rt-i thl'o'" \"rit o' i luis or The C LO TH I
Washington, May I8.-After seventy day. injunclion. .I in -,-. ol appeal to 111.
days of almost continuous deliberation. tl.. For twelve ilan s lthe bill has he,.n Uei i ll" Suil|.l.'n. < 1,11I1. tIII'.4. '.sil,- ir. to I.n. iirln ll
Senate today at 4.53 p. m.. passed thle rail- consideration iunier a; rul, li n i n i ,,hs |Ir<..dl '' ,m, 'r a:ll <,tl.r- ,-11.|It t hlio-e
road rate bill by the practically unanimous tto fifteen minutes each. of 1a criminall aie. T THAT A
vote of 71 to 3. '1I he three negative votes Th--deate at timeI, ha I..n ,ar'n-t Court Review. EVERYTHING THAT IS GOOD AD
were cas.t by Senators Foraker. Republi- and aninlatpel. bt for tlh. eno-tl par;l> d Thli hill ua- ini,.nh.led I,v tle S-ena;te o, SMART IN WEARING APPAREL FOR
can. of Ohio. and Morgan and Peltus. Dem- void of personalitv .s I.etween enltorsl ;s to gih e ti.he niti.d S,.tM.1s (irllit (Colrtu ME AN
ocrats, of Alalbama. There was a some- lthe ast few days.. lIever. lhaing i .allhil iuri-dl't ion to ,nhterlailnl uIits brought It. MEN AND BO S.
what larger attendance of Senators than Iout somr 'aosti.c ( iriti,.im, oIl" h, I'l.e-i ilnil lor chan, li t lei onleri of llit .oan-
usual, but the attendance in the galleries ,hs n illi, : ,,,,i So e ,-u |la er corrs|,oiendi nt mi-ssion,, aIl Sl. ,1Ilo io prxide agai;, st thle
was by no means abnormal, and there \als by, Senator lailev. -'lrnotin_ t iltr,.,ioy de"r'rs wilhout NOTICE TO NON-RESIDENTS.
no manifestation of any kind when the In addition to Ipas ing tin. I;11. thi. pro- iari,-- and imikinlig allp.,l>- from nch In Circuit Court, Fourth Judicial Circuit of
result was announced. lniere was. how epedings today ounsisted in concluding the orders dilrct to l hlI S"lrione (Coirt. Florida, in and for Duval County. In
ever. an almost general sigh of relief consideration of flite a:ienIldmnits ;n,, i-lh Othe)r 1Irmo\i-ioll ,\tend thle definition of Chancery.
among the Senators. and ftl, delivery of a number f sleec.h, tihe word ,"riilrohd" o ;aI to make it in- Rosa Burnly vs. David Burnly to David
Thie bill has received more attention on tl.he hill. Thle onlv annendmen. t adopted .chle .\itcl.,-. spur-. track. terminal fa- Burnly.
from the Senate anfd from the country at ;as Illi one offered "vest .rdaiv lv e niolto. .-ili'ic-. fr.i.Ihl d'.l..I|-l. Yviar, iand g.rouolis. NOTICE TO NON-RESIDENT.
large. than any measure that has oveen TTeller. eliminating the w .rds" "ini t it* i l nd dehinc,. "lr:~n.ol. tation," so as to make You are hereby required to appear to the
before ('ongres since the remi.al of tlhe ,nnt" from l. t \powcr give' n to th, In|e, lr- 'i lni.m.l. .-i11-,. and other fa,6ilitils for Iill of Complaint filed herein against you
purhasin 'lallse of the herman t i staIe ( nnrve ('om -Ision to fix .h',,s. 'hillinnll or ...rri,.. irrsl.,live. ox\ in the above entitled cause on or before
1893. It was reported to the Senate on Purpose of the Bill. '-"hip "' of ;1 -.tr't." t.e intention the 14th day of May, A. D. 1906.
February 26. and was made the unfinished h ig, to M ike 1 I. i, rilhoad relsonih.le "The I.diustrial Record" is h ieeby desig-
husines- on Iareh 12. From Mareh 12 fill..il :' rc ;ill |,...i..ilf e.r ,'\iv-e. It is de t ateid as tle newspaper in whih this order
t 1 ay 4 te bill 'a under discussion, rate bill ed t N is to t.. e Ii 4 "v of" ea r r lo f-uriih S ial (ar s r- shall be published one a week for four eon-
,I-ecthes. fifty-eig ht of which were deliv- Th piroisi do eferrinL hs alnrit i id snat, :indlnt| include il pipe linm, seeutive weeks.
'nie proi io c ferriw!this I iv ^lieWitness my hand and seal of office ths
So wed in till- fouth -vtion of fih,, bill ail ;rt.nd slhw,1ing car eom- l lth day of April, A. D. 190W.
great eare. and two of them "onsumeid more n .ectin f i tr i'" ,is undr t he had of "'icrnnntn car- (Seal.) P. D. CASSDDEY,
ilnrv-Pe law So sls to that ,rl'rolnl4 {:lt I' lnlt. riv.r- and111, niiike thein anit-.nhPi to the re- By E. J. CANDE. Clerk.
than a day's time in delivering. Senator That "'(ti""n direl.t, the vomnai- ime to tin- i t,, ill. ena e t o d- h re- By E Jm Deputy Clerk.
LaFollette. the junior Senator from WVis- vestigate cop)nitis of Inljlst and ulinre,, hai"- , ,hilh l. < ,nt ml-, DepuComplainanty erk.
conqin, spoke for three days. and Senator ,halh.r lniat',S on tit w l ,,of o iionll ,4n i1 rt i ,f h, I.e ia. i. or ComplainantOR.,
Daniel, of Virginia, fllr two days. Sena- riers* in the ransportLion of el.rsonsu ,r ,,f lerns over another. prohibits railroad Solicitor for Complainant.


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JOSEPH D. WEED.


H. D. WEED.


W. D. KRENSON.


J. D. WEED & CO.,
SAVANNAH. GEORIGIA.
Wholesale Hardware,
Bar, Hoop and Band Iron.
MAKE A SPECIALTY OF

Turpentine Tools, Glue, Battings, Etc.

0 j Turpentirne

Cups
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next season, place your orders now for
future delivery. Prices and all informs
timn cheerfully furnished on
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:u. 'ed in the Herty system of turventinina
SAddress


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Company,
Jacksonville. Florida.


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
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J. W. Motte.
President.


C. B Parke,
Vice-Pres.


James McNatt,
VIce-Pres.


W. W. Wilder,
See. & Tress.


John R. Young Co.,

Commission
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Regular Rates, S2.50 and Up.
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MANUFACTURERS AND JOBBERS OF

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Vice-President.


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Capital, $500,000.00.
Successors to TIMMONS-BLOUNT CO.
Naval Stores Factors and Commission Merchants.


DEALERS IN Turpentine Operators' Supplies
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION
Flat Savannah Prices paid for Rosin and Turpentine, leas
Customary Charges.
CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED.
Offices-American National Bank Bldg., Tampa, Fla.
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Buyers' Directory

If you want anything look
through this classified list and
write to the firm appearing
therein. The Record guarantees
prompt response.
ACCOUNTANTS.
T. G. Hutchinson. Jacksonville, Fla.
BANKS.
Commercial Bank, Jacksonville, Fla.
National Bank of Jacksonville.
Florida Bank and Trust Co., Jacksonville,
Fla.
BOXES AND CRATES.
Cummer Lumber Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
BRICK.
Southern Fuel & Supply Co., The, Jack-
sonville, Fla.
CARPETS AND MATTINGS.
Savage & Whitford, Jacksonville, Fla.
CLOTHING.
Craig & Bro., J. A., Jacksonville, Fla.
Standard Clothing Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
Stuart-Bernstein Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
CLOTHING-WHOLESALE.
Kohn, Furchgott & Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
COOPERAGE.
Cooperage Co. The, Jacksonville, Fla.
DRUGS.
Wm. D. Jones, Jacksonville, Fla.
DRUGS-WHOLESALE.
Christie;Groover Drug Co., Jacksonville,
Fla.
DRY GOODS-WHOLESALE.
Covington Co. The, Jacksonville, Fla.
Kohn, Furchgott & Co.. Jacksonville, Fla.
ELECTRIC SUPPLIES.
Florida Electric Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
Standard Electric Co.. Jacksonville, Fla.
ENGINES.
Merrill-Stevens Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
Schofield's Sons Co.. J. S.. Macon, Ga.
FERTILIZERS.
Bours & Co., Wm. A.. Jacksonville, Fla.
FOUNDRIES.
Schofield's Sons Co.. J. S., Macon, Ga.
FUEL.
Southern Fuel & Supply Co. The, Jack-
sonville. Fla.
GENTS' FURNISHERS.
Craig & Bro., J. A., Jacksonville, Fla.
Kohn. Furchgott & Co, Jacksonville, Fla
Standard Clothing Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
Stuart-Rernstein Co.. Jacksonville, Fla.
GROCERS-WHOLESALE.
Consolidated Grocery Co., Jacksonville, Fla
Jacksonville Grocery Co., Jacksonville, Fla
Williams Co., J. P., Savannah. Ga.
Young Co.. John R.. Savannah. Ga.
HATS-WHOLESALE.
Kohn, Furchgott & Co.. Jacksonville, Fla
HARDWARE.
Bond & Pours 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.
HATS.
Craig & Bro., J. A., Jacksonville, Fla.
Standard Clothing Co., Jacksonville. Fla.
Stuart-Bernatein Co.. Jacksonville, Fla.
HOTELS.
Travelers' Hotel, Jacksonville, Fla.
Duval Hotel, Jacksonville, Fla.
Araeon The, Jacksonville. Fla.
Fifth Avenue Hotel, New York, N. Y.
St. George. Jacksonville. Fla.
Everett Hotel, Jacksonville, Fla.
Windsor Hotel, Jacksonville, Fla.
Windle Hotel. Jacksonville. Fla.
IRON WORKS.
Merrill-Stevens Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
Schofield's Sons Co.. J. S.. Macon, Ga.
INSURANCE.
Prudential Life, Walter P. Corbett, Mgr.
Jacksonville. Fla.
Cay, Shine & McCall, Jacksonville, Fla.
JEWELERS.
Greenleaf & Crosby Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
Hess & Slager, Jacksonville, Fla.
R. J. Riles & Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
KEELEY INSTITUTES.
Keeley Institute, Jacksonville, Fla.
LIQUORS.
Blum & Co., Chas., Jacksonville, Fla.
Altmayer & Flatau Liquor Co.. Macon, Ga.
Joseph Zapf & Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
MEDICINES.
Spencer Medicine Co., Chattanooga, Tenn.
MACHINE WORKS.


Schofield's Sons Co., J. S., Macon, Ga.
MATERIALS FOR TURPENTINE PRO-
CESS.
Schofield's Sons Co., J. S.. Macon, Ga.
METAL WORKERS.
Baker, M. A., Brunswick. Ga.
MILL SUPPLIES.
Schofield's Sons Co., J. S., Macon, Ga.
Tampa Hardware Co., Tampa, Fla.
Weed & Co., J. D., Savannah, Ga.
NAVAL STORES.
Peninsular Naval Stores Co., Tampa, Fla.
Barnes & Jessup Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
Consolidated Naval Stores Co., Jackson-
ville, Fla.
Standard Naval Stores Co., Jacksonville,
Fla.
Union Naval Stores Co., Mobile, Ala.
West-Flynn-Harris Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
Williams Co., J. P., Savannah, Ga.
Young Co., John R., Savannah, Ga.
Jacksonville Naval Stores Co., Jacksonville.
Fla.
PAINTS.
Bond & Bours Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
PHOSPHATE SUPPLIES.
Tampa Hardware Co., Tampa, Fla.
PLUMBERS.
Coons & Golder, Jacksonville, Fla.
PUMPS.
Merrill-Stevens Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
Schofield's Sons Co., J. S., Macon, Ga.
REAL ESTATE.
Stockton, J. N. C., Jacksonville, Fla.
Brobston, Fendig & Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
Livingston & Sons, J. H., Ocala, Fla.
SEEDS.
Bours & Co., Wm. A., Jacksonville, Fla.
SHIP YARDS.
Cummer Lumber Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
SMerrill-Steven s Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
SHOES-WHOLESALE.
Covington Co. The, Jacksonville, Fla.
Jos. Rosenheim & Sons, Savannah, Ga.
STEAMSHIPS.
Clyde Steamship Co. The, New York City.
STOCK BROKERS.
Leyden Haynes & Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
Holmes & Co., Samuel P., Jacksonville,
Fla.
TALKING MACHINES.
Metropolitan Talking Machine Co., Jack
sonville, Fla.
TANKS.
Davis & Son, G. M., Palatka, Fla.
Schofield's Sons Co., J. S., Macon, Ga.
TURPENTINE APPARATUS.
Chattanooga Pottery Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
TURPENTINE STILLS.
Baker, M. A., Brunswick, Ga.
McMillan Bros., Savannah, Ga.
W. K. Wilson, New Orleans, La.
FOX TYPEWRITERS.
Owen Typewriter Co., Tampa, Fla.
A. Reed Warrock, Jacksonville, Fla.
F. D. Bruce, Pensacola, Fla.
TURPENTINE STILL TUBS.
Davis & Son, G. M., Palatka, Fla.
TURPENTINE VATS
Davis & Son, G. M., Palatka. Fla.
TURPENTINE TOOLS.
Council Tool Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
WATCHES.
R. J. 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




WHISKIES
GINS AND RUMS
FROM

$1.50 $5.00 per Gallon
...... AGENCY FOR......

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
JACKSONVILLE FLA.


The Clyde Steamship Company


NEW YORK, CHARLESTON AND FLORIDA LINES

The magnificent steamships of this line are appointed to sail as follows, calling at
i Charleston, S. C., both ways.


From New York,
(Pier 36 North River.)


Tuesday,
Thursday,
Saturday,
Tuesday,
Wednesday,
Saturday,
Tuesday,
Wednesday,
Friday,
Saturday,
Tuesday,
Wednesday.
Friday.
Saturday,
Tuesday,
Wednesday.


May 1,at3:00pm
May 3,at3:00pm
May 5,at 3:00pml
May 8,at3:00pm
May 9,at3:00pm
May 12, at 3:00pm
May 15, at 3:00pm
May 16, at 3:00pmi
May 18, at 3:00pm
May 19. at 3:00pm
May 22, at 3:00,pm
May 23, at 3:00pm
May 4.at 12:30pm
May 26. at 3:00pm
May 29. at 3:00pi
May 30, at 3:00ipm


STEAMER.


..ARAPAHOE...
.. ALGONQUIN
.. IROQUOIS...
..APACHE......
..HURON......**
..ARAPAHOE..
..COMANCHE..
. .IROQUOIS ....
..APA(HE.....
.HURON ......
..ARAPAHOE..
. .*ALGOI.(;NQUIN.
..COMANCHE'..
.. IROQUOIS...
..APACHIE.....
.. *HU RON ......


From Jacksonville for
Charleston and New York.


Sunday,
Tuesday.
Thursday,
Sunday,
Monday,
Thursday,
Sunday,
Monday,
Wednesday,
Friday,
Sunday,
Monday.
Wednesday,
Friday,
LSundra ,
Monday,


May 6,at 1:00pm
May 8,at 6:00am
May 10, at 7:00am
May 13,at 9:00am
May 14, at 9:30am
May 17, at 11:30am
May 20, at 1:00pm
May 21,at 1:00pm
May 23.at 6:00am
May25,at 7:00am
May 27, at 8:00am
May 28, at 8:30am
May 30, at 10:00am
June 1,atll:00am
June 3, at 12:30pm
June 4,at 1:00pm


**-Boston via Brunswick and Charleston. xFreight only. *-Boston via
Charleston. "'-Boston via Charleston and New York. !-To New York direct

THE CLYDE NEW ENGLAND AND SOUTHERN LINES.

Direct Service Between Jacksonville, Boston and Providence and all Eastern Points,
Calling at Charleston both Ways.
SEMI-WEEKLY SAILINGS.
Southbound.. .......................... From Lewis Wharf, Boston.
Northbound .................. From foot of Catherine Street, Jacksonville.


CLYDE ST. JOHNS RIVER LINE


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


STEAMER "CITY OF JACKSONVILLE"
and "FRED'K DeBARY"
Are appointed to sail as follows: Leave Jacksonville daily, except
Saturday, at 3:30 p. in. Returning, leave Sanford daily, except Sun-
days, at 9:30 a. m.

SOUTHBOUND NORTHBOUND
Read down I Read up.
Leave 3:30 p.m................... Jacksonville ............... Arrive 2:00a.m.
Leave 8:45p. m.................... Palatka .................... Leave 8:00p.m.
Leave 3:30a. m ..................... Astor ................... Leave 2:30p. m.
Leave 4:30a. m .................. St. Francis ................ Leave 1:00p.m.
.............. ............. Beresford (DeLand) .............. Leave 12:00noon
Arrive 8:30a.. m.................... Sanford ................... Leave 9:30a.m.
Arrive 10:00 a.m ................... Enterprise .................. Leave 10:00 a. m.
GENERAL PASSENGER AND TICKET OFFICE, 122 W. BAY ST., JACK'VILLI
F. M. IRONMONGER, JR., Asst. Gen. Pass. Agent. 122 W. Bay St. Jackson' .tie, Fla.
W. G. COOPER, JR., Frt. Agt., Jack'ville. C. P. LOVELL, Superintendent, Jack'ville.
Foot Hogan Street, Jacksonville.
L C. HAGGERTY, G. E. P. A., New York. CLYDE MILNE, G. F. A., New York.
THEO. G. EGER, WM. P. CLYDE & CO,
General Manager. General Ageta,
Chesebrough Building, 19 State Street, New York.


J. H. O'BERRY, See. & Tress

CAIN-O'BERRY BOILER CO.

Designers and Builders of Steam Boilers
Stacks, Etc., Built to Order
ORLANDO FLORIDA









THE WEEKLY INDUSTRIAL RECORD. 17


Jacksonville Development Company Has

Big Contract with the Dowlings.

The Jacksonville Develolpment Complany Live ,Oak in Ilainilion Springs. with a
of this citv, has cloedl a Idal with the ira llch running from Dow.ling P'ark to
IDwling Lunmtwr iand Naval Ston Colres M iLfav count. The road
pan.vi whereby it has assunied or sale ift. in I..f velh e.| ,.iv. ;The rd lii
nearly all of the lands of t hat comipaIn ift v miile ,, f tras.k anMrk ov e alI len it
including a large part of I)4wling PIark. i 1,4.1will e11I I iS. Iark n lh tilt lf. it
one of thriving new towns of loridj:a 1o' will hatlii er ]I) iiiilh' alnd ill have :t
ae4ted oin the Sill aniinee river. ', it p
Tilt Jacksonville D)evehlopennt ('omnpainy lD\iling l'irk. \vhii-h is intlndei this
will at once proceed ito pla'e thesc ind- oillract. i k' if ht i iot r I mi iii h
on the market, inaking a -p -'ial effort t, to\ tn-, illn hatl pait of teI interest honineseekers and induce inniiigra- toIur niitl ll- oldI. it h1 as a population of
tion to Florida Thei land iunlulded illn iarly 1 MINI li i- growi ai pace. lThere
this deal are aImong the very ws-t of tlh i- 0i4 l)DI\\lil -:iV, and lnin mill tlher<'
State for fiarliing pflluroses. Ti'he are lo e'iiplo ying- -\,iril hiindred men. and oth r
e:Ited in the <-ounties of Siu\anelll T"r\'I- inlticstl, a;ir hingi loca;ld. The work of
lor. Iafayette and are adapted to general lbiihlingI a large lfriigt and passenger de-
farning and thfe cliharacter of tlln. crop- lot, is lilund.r \\;IIi andl will -be oiplr.it.lI
grown in that section of tihe State hlas in :a few \vek. There are a great in lny
given to it a reputation for general farina *i'itl and ,iimf.ot ialilc licl4h's already thelire
ing not enjoyed tlv any other section. and -othrs.r an. liig built. Several busi-
Thlie finest quality oi Sea Island cotton nie's houes- have already een estalis'ld
is prodlueed there and formnis tle money and have I.'en' doing a lig usin iies.
rtopl for the farnier. In addition to thi-i. A collto ginl is to l, t liiillt andil e(4iipiIed
corn. potatoes and tilhe other general farin '1n tini fllor Il lte n\ vottoin sv-aonl anmi i
prinllluts tare gr owi il alllibundanie. to loe one of tlhe llarge'.st in that part
The lanls are to ei divided into .conven I Flh4iifda.
ient farming tracts and are to Iw' -oldl ail -.lt a:cros.s tlie river from this thriv-
prices whliclh ill appeal to tile lioieseekel in, toin i~ tlih 1lwinutiful resort known as
an llthose who are already in Florida. )o\n ling I'ark. T"lhi report l has a repaita-
WBeing located along the line of thile Lii, i rn thrili h ie\eiali Sllates nd tlithe hotel
Oak, Perry andl ;Gulf lailroadl, w\Ilieli i .t lh t liM h4I. l,,ii lillitl witlh gu.stl
ownedI ly tlie l)oIwling interests and with (e\en ltlli earli ill the sullllier There is
the list transliortaltion facilities there is ;0 s-rong iiulhln-r spring there and tlie oin-
every advantage oilered too htiose wo de ptinIIy i ii a rragll 4ath ii'ouses''. a pretty
sire to make tleir Inlioe. The Live Oak. park. pool ani liillandI othelr fit -
Perry & (iGulf Railroadi lh'ewen lbuiilt from ,ilitiv, fll phlei-uIr..
I


GOVERNOR SPEAKS IN DADE.
Working Hard for His Everglades Drain-
age Scheme.
At Mianii Saturday night <;o-vern i,
Broward slxke to a small auldienvce ill thcl
court house oill lis1 drainage sche'. It
was expected that tin coiiil rioo l wold hl'
packed with a crowd to hear tlhe (;over
nor's spee'nchl. ltit onil l :I allt t\\o hllndred
persons assenmlled. -\11 or nearly all ti'.
information givvin liy tilhe. I;ovelrior liha
been sent blroadcas.t through tihe Staite. -.0
that tile crowdl 'was little I',tter pios4 d
when the two hours' talk 'a:4s ocrr thin
when li. licwgan. The' re I ee several lidlie
present: but few of them ri'nlaiinil to heal
the final winliup alnd mainy of tl ma111le
audience left Iwfore tie tlinish.
'ihe (Governor's spieeh i was Ia g oo oneli'
from his stanlllioint: bIut it wasi evid,'ent
that many of those who w'er 'e i eent did
not share the G(overnor's opinion-. Now
andi then. when lie to' l sli e igoil 'stiry.
the applause was loud ild lonig. It is e\i-
dent that he manide 4ino iionvert in tills sec-
tion. althollgh lie paid iade colllunty sool ,
very high eolnplintenlt, that will not plhi'-.
the lhwellers in other counties of tile Sate.
He said in substance thiat I)cide cioili1ly \\I%
the I'est county in tle Sate. and if herl
development wat. carried ioni alonli ri lit
lines. tihat it would il lie wtealthiest
county in all tilhe Southern States. ,except.
perhaps. in counties where there ere were lir
and po>pulous cities. Ihe referred to tihe,
late Sugar Iro4we,.rs (lConi\,entioll. tohl of
the great stage. which walis si-rrlolnided ianild
decorated withh cane lil~osoiIns. I hi iliuiry
he was ifrnformed that tlie blo-oi'.s 'ile
* from D)ade county, thle only pllae ill thl,
IUnited States Iwhere s il11arci:ll ab ioliutly4
Inatures.
Hie paid his relpeits to el ilswpuper
in no measured terniis and St. ('lair Ab\lranlii
received his fill Ishare of t rnpliments. l1e
did not tell tlh taxpayers f lhile county\
why they should he assessed for thie ent ire
cost of tlie draliiniae schlielie within Ille


li v, cet4. 1 e11 i.r :l3c I. i l, 1 ih- plr iabl le '4co t ofl
thi- 7r l' l iliid ,i'llikitiz .
Th'lie, e ere i', liillA1y 1 hii' which e di' l
ilot tell ll 1e I iel I :11h Iat is of interest to(
1li wn. (o\erinor li\\il ord spoke atl We-t
I'alili li iaclih lthe Ili-lht lief'ore and lie andl
lite a1l ( ill. eorii-ge \Vorhley miell from
there Ito Maliini in ail aliilllmnohile. deco-
riteilf \\ illh pllli;ils :11 llower'-. Senator
4ii4l-4, i h4 tlhe l14liior ot intr'odiciillng tile

The Turpentine Outlook.
The' orr- I.lo.int of E. Fielding. Toron-
lil. atl S"i' allit4 ll. (.44eorgiaI. writes:
"I lh:i \e jiit retiiurinei fronin a Irip th4 rouigh
tlle h i i' ll tii lle I. i 11. ;1114 1' as re ei pt ev1e '
\%here ;I( e ini.is .iiilireii. I have 'lilnlefd
my' \i 4'\\- o llit aliint tiirilentine. The
l1maiiiid ill li.e Wei t.t Ies to e villliery vi'
lare, aII| ;i- ini of tlhe (comllpanllies are
nnnhhle to -'4 li'. illlplie. iln tihe lilf
States. I liihas bleenl their cisitomi hereto-
fill( at I llhIi- sl eva n i lit e l 'iear. tlhe( \ are
hirgelv livling oIl thii- nlll'aket. aibd this
oiilliditioll \\ill probabiylv (e\i-t for tw\o 4or
three '. k- yt to mille. .\11 indieatiolns
lloilit toi -l hort il iop of rosin andll tlurpen-l
tineill. which lnaturaIlly Ieans luial tlhe
iv.,-. tihi, -,Ion \\ill continuel14 highiLi."
A.notlii rll. ir'porlit ; : 'I iere is nlo ihaiige
in tlie tle4inr if Iti' report received direct -'
ly firo'i lli ,e irodiid r a1141 froiiIn other
MI l<-e' I l4 to rop. It, i- ;ll|p il'(arnt that
Ilie pro'llulders a, ililllt make tlhei crop of
turiipentine hey laid out o 14make. The
i.ckwairdnie-- of spr-il and tlile ilii 4liial
sull1y of lilior hliave illtelld to hold down
proi ildcliioll to llih tinie and thel lll'"
trouble is re',arded aI- more likely to lot-
ilnii air'1"l 444 l later on. All of the May-
Agst tr|4'n`tine f11iiures oli4riili on lthe.
inarket liia\' ,leiin taliken by a large export-
ing llhouse, 4\\hiih \\11ol 4l,-mIll to give a
-troli4 hlai< for thlios montlis. indicatilngt
tlie itr' i tlhi of tihe opinions entltallinled
;a to the flliirei of Ille article. Addlitionial
ales w\\ill lpr,.ihablh hv iilade if producers
-lnh\\ 4.any \ illiingni-.s to sell in aidvanle for
oni Illontlhi..


countyy. nor did li e tell tln tliat t Ilw
whole State wouldud g t tlh'e imonlletary 1h-(iie- NOTICE OF ANNUAL STOCKHOLDERS'
lit of i l f i l leie. -f hilnd1s, which li' MEETING.
cailis ithat when drained will hie Xworth The anlilliial liile:ing of stockhollders of
millions of money. Neither did he, explain the _\linwrii why if the five counties. which nilmst. iln- pIny. for il. el .tion of DIirector's and suclih
der his plan. pay thie entire expense of tlie other bli-ine-1s aI maiy 4co4ille before the
drainage. should not lie tlie owners oif the 14et ing. \'ill le held at lthe oll'ce of tlie
land when the work w'as completed. Neitl- llliilpany inl .I:ck-onville. on Mltondayi .June .
er ilid lie give his audie any 11 idea of 4thl. 1I4Ni. :at :::lN o'clok pl. Il.
how many years the people of these fiv\ C'. E. (;.\I~NEIl. Ih'rsident.
counties would have to pay this tax of Jacksonlille, FI:., .May 18, 1906. 3t


THE NATIONAL BANK OF JACKSONVILLE
JACKSONVILLE. FLA.


CAPITAL $300,000


SURPLUS and UNDIVIDED PROFITS $414,7a0.91


We issue Time Certificates of Deposit. which draw Interest at the rate of tree pet cent oer
annum, if held ninety days or longer. Take advantage of tais and let your savings be earals1
something tor you. Particular attention paid to Out-of-Town accounts. sending deposits by man



FLORIDA BANK & TRUST COMPANY.

JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

CAPITAL-One Million Dollars.


General Banking.


4% on Savings Deposits


. Executes trusts of all kinds.


C. E. GARNER, President.
C. B. ROGERS, Vice-President.
G. J. Avent, Asst. Cashier.


A. F. PERRY, Vice-President.
W. A. REDDING, Cashier.
F. P. FLEMING, Jr., Trust Offecer.


FLORIDA BAG MANUFACTURING COMPANY


429 East Bay Street, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.

MANUFACTURERS



Burlap and Cotton Bags Prp

Small Cotton Bags for Commissaries.


Write for Prices.


Florida Bag Manufacturing Company


Barnes & Jessup Company

Jacksonville, Florida.

Naval Stores Factors and Comnaission

I Merchants.

OFFICERS.
C. H. Barnes. President. J. C. Little, Vice-President.
E. B. Wells. Secretary and Treasurer.

DIRECTORS: C. H. Barnes, J. C. Little, Ralph Jessup,
J. R. Saunders. E. C. Long, W. E. Cummer, R. H. Paul. G. W.
Saxon. G. W. Taylor.
Savannah Prices on day of.receipt. Prompt Returns,
HvY3iK55%5 SCJCf*^^StscsOtSt


SA Few Bargains


S 9,000 acres virgin timber. Lies in solid body immediately
Supon transportation; estimated to cut 40 boxes, and 2,500 feet
Slumber per acre.
38,000 acres part virgin, part boxed, estimated to cut 3,500 O
Feet merchantable lumber per acre.
4 A number of desirable turpentine locations at right prices. *
* 25.900 acres virgin timber, lies in solid body, estimated to cut
a 100 boxes and 7,000 feet of merchantable lumber per acre.
* 4

SBrobston, Fendig & Company

JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA 216 W. Forsyth Street
a IA 0Iasaliltel aI I SI1 1se*eA AiasIl t I sam 1a Nes AII I






18 THE WEEKLY INDUSTRIAL RECORD.


The EVERETT HOTEL
325 WEST BAY ST., JACKSONVILLE FLA.
Centrally located, thoroughly repaired and renovated. Newly furnished. European plan.
G. H. MASON, Proprietor.
It ti ti Wit II 1 I I tt l:l l:l lt I- I I !!! 1 11 1 I I III!! :1--


J. P. WILJAMS President. J. A. CARSON. 1st Vice-President
T. A. JiNNIGa. 2nd Vice-President. J F. DUSENBURY. 3d Vice-President
H. L. KATTON. Secretary. H F. E. ScHusTBR. Treasurer.
J. P, WILLIAMS COMPANY,
AVAL ~1ORES D10 (;IOI1 ( FIRTORS IAND WO1ESILE IROCERS.
Main Office SAVANNILH, GEORGIA.
aneh Offic PENA:COLA, IrL. I Branch Grocery HouLe,
Brnch Otc: JACKSON4VILLE, FLA. ( COL.MWBUS, GA.
Naval Stores Producers are Invited to Correspond With Us.
Ssitini tii t 11t 1 titiill 111 il liilil 11111111I1t! I


THE BOND & BOURS CO.
WHOLESALE E IUETAIL
HARDWARE
SASH, DOORS, BLINDS, PAINTS.
Oils, Glass, Stoves, Tinware, Country Holloware.
10 WEST BAY STREET JACKSONVILLE. rLA.

East Coast Lumber Co.
ROUGH AND DRESSED LONG LEAF
Yellow Pine lumber
Bundled Rosin Barrel Staves in Carload Lots *
Steamer Shipments a Specialty.
WATERTOWN. FLORIDA


Coons & Golder
Turpentine Operators cn
Pipe, Boilers and Pumps
Exprt Nechnics nmd Plkmers
22 W. Adam Street Jacksonville, Fla.
Phmoe 1147


Kohn


= Furchgott = Company.


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


The Palmer Manufacturing Co.

of Charleston, S. C.


Offers to the Turpentine Operators of Georgia.
Florida and Alabama one hundred thousand to
three hundred thousand spirits of turpentine bar-
rels during the present season as the demand
may require, at prices that defy competition.


SFirst Class Guaranteed White Oak Spirits Barrels Com- 1

plying Strictly with rules B. of T. Savannah, Ga.

Operators should make no contracts or buy any barrels until they get our prices.
"REMEMBER WE SELL FOR LESS"

Address G. J. SCOVEL, Jacksonville, Fla.
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Dia.rarOS: C. B. Rogers, W. A. Gallaher, E. A. Ch amplain, H. A. McEachern and J. A. Cranford, of Jacksonville;
B. F. Bullard, Tampa; C. M. Covington, Pensacola.


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GROCERY


Co.


PAID UP CAPITAL $500,0oo.


Main Office and Storage Rooms, Jacksonville, Fla., with Branches In Tampa, Pensacola, Fla.,

and Savannah, Ga.



The Consol-lated Grocery Company is successor to the C. B. Rogers Company, of Jacksonville; the Florida Grocery Company
of Jacksonville; the grocery branch of Florida Naval stores and Commission Company, of Jacksonville; the grocery branch of the
Mutual Naval Stores Company, of Jacksonville; the grocery branch of the Gulf Naval Stores Company, of Tampa; the grocery branch
of the Gulf Naval Stores Company of Pensacola; the grocery brt ich of th West Coast Naval Stores Company, of Pensacola; the
grocery branch of the Southern Naval Stores Company, of Savannah.






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


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





Shipments to all points that can be reached the cheapest through the branch stores of the Company, and prompt

attention given all orders through the main office and branches.


The Jacksonville Storage Rooms of the


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Coasist of one Three-Story Ballding, 70x200; one two-story building. 50x390; one one.story building, 80x250,

making the largest space of any Company of the kind la the Soath.


CONSOLIDATED


GROCERY


CO


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


Branches Tampa. Fla., Pensacola. Fla., and Sevannah. Go.


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When in Jacksonville, Remember that

GREENLEAF& CROSBY CO.
41 W. BAY STREET
HAVE THE LARGEST STOCK IN THIS SECTION OF

Diamonds, Precious Stones, Watches
Jewelry, Clocks, Silverware, Bronzes, Fine China, Objects of Art *
As they are the largest buyers they get the
BEST PRICE and are accordingly able to sell the
Slowest They invite a comparison of prices.
They Give Mail Orders Prompt Attention.
WRITE NOW FOR A CATALOGUE.



Half Tones-Zinc Etchings

Illustratina and Engraving Department
OF
THE FLORIDA TIMES-UNION.
Splendidly equipped foi business. Half fones and Zinc Etchings made to order in the most improved
and artistic fashion. Illustrations for newspapers and all kinds of Commercial Work, Pamphlets. etc
I SPECIIFT 1S 10ID OF ISIGIll OI RIOUC110 ID E.IBIISHIIG PIOTOGRPIS l PI MllI.
IN WRItiNG OR APPLYING FOR PRICES, GIVE THE MOST' EXPLICIT DEECPIFTICN CF V HAT IS WANTED
GooD WORK AND PROMPT ,DELIVERIES PROMISED.

A Florida Enterprise. Try It.