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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: December 20, 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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What a Record Ad Will Do
a Oua ISSUE OF LAS* WXEK SEVERAL OFr THnM ENTR-
PRII0G REtAIL FIRMS OF JACKISONVLL, THOSE WHO AE 10
AAlIl mUXG A DRIVE DURING %W MlbAY HaOPPING PERIOD
O MASO nABL GOODS, USED A PAGE Of HALF PAGE OF
THE INDUSTRIAL RECORD FOR ADVISING THE PUBLIC OF
WHB4A TH5Y HAD TO OFFER. THAT L 'U RESULTS HAVE
AtXAYT MORE TRHA DOUBLY REPAID THEM IS EVIDENT
FROM THIS STATEMENT BY ONE OF THE MERCHANTS IN
QUESTION:
"MY ADVERTISEMENT WHICH APPEARED IN THE LAST
IS8UX OF THE INDUSTRIAL RECORD HAS BROUGHT M= MORE
TRADE THAN ANY OTHER ADVERTISEMENT I HAVE INSERT-
ED IN ANY PAPER DURING THE HOLIDAY TRADING SEASON.
SI MAIL ORDERS ALONE, WHERE THE RECORD WAS MEN-
?fTIWD, TTS EXTENT OF THE BU3 518 THAT THIS ADVER-
STISMENT HAS BROUGHT ME HAS BDEE FIV TIMEB MORB
TAN I HAD EXPECTED. I HAVE LEARNED ONE TIW.
EE EB ORD REACHES THOSE WHO HATI TIE MUMS TO
BUT EXPE SIVE HOLIDAY GIFTS. MY ODIER WWROVS T0
MX THROUGH THE INDUSTRIAL RECORD HAS DEMON-
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Paid in Capital Stock, $2,500,00
Owned and and Controlled by Practical Operators.
The "Consolidated" Is purely a co-operative Company. Its Interests are Ideat ial with tkbse
of the Producers. The patronage of turpentine operators everywhere invted. '
Two Million acres of land and Timber for sale on easy terms.'
Producers are invited to call or correspond.


Success for 0
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COMPANY,


SHOES. DRY GOODS, a a I
NOTIONS .S Wholesale
JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.


McMillan Bros.


Southern Copper
Works
Manufacturers of TURPENTINE STILLS
Complete Outfits and Extra Kettles, Caps, Arms, Worms, Fur-
nace Doors and Grates always on hand
Old Stills taken in part New Work and repairing done
payment for win the country
Heavy Coppersmith'nf. Steam Pipe and Special Ceper Work
Jacksonville, Fla.
Aso Fayetteville, N. C. Savannah, Ga. Mobile, Ala.


CONSOLIDATED NAVAL STORES COMPANY.

Home Office: JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
Breaches: Savannah. Ga., and Pensacola, Fla.

OFFICERS.
t W. POWEL., Prmsdent; B. F. BUTI.AhD. H. L COVINGTON, J. A. CRANFORD, D. H. McMILLAN, B. R. POWELL, C. U COVINGTON, JOHN H.
POWELL, Vief Presidents; C. P. DUsEIBURY, Seretary and Tresurer.
iLXECCUTIVE COMMrTEE: W. C Poweh, C. B. Rogers, H. L. Covington, B. F. Bullard, J. A. Cranford.
DLL.CTOBB: W. C. welll, B . Bullard, C. B. Rogers, J. A. Cranford, W. J. Hillman, John H. Powell, W. F. Coaehman, H.L. Covingtos. C. Downaig, D. B.
MeMUlan, R. B. Powell, C. M. Covington, A. Alford.


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A MAGNIFICENT SHOWING OF JACKSONVILLE'S COMMERCE


igurs That Will Arouse Acute Con~ation Among Our Cotuuporary Cities-Convincing Totals Prove Coacluiv
That Jacksonville is IT-Valuable Data Being Disseminated by the
Industrial cDpartment, Seaboard Air Line


Ja/hamve is located oa St 8t Johns
river, in Duval County, Fleri The city
f seventeen mils from the Atlanti
Ocean, has an area of seven and one-half
miles and is fourteen feet above sea leveL
It has seven miles of water frot with a
depth sueicfent to accommodate ocean
steamers. It is a basing point for making
freight rate. It is the metropolis of
Flials, and the gateway to Fora and
the West Idies and is in direct connection
with all the prinpal p ts in the United
State.. It te logical distributing
point for a radu containing two million
f people. It is within thirty minutes' ride
of one of the inest ocean beaches in
America. The city's transportation facil-
ities ar excellent and its annual traffle is
4ormous. Its dtiasm a e progressie sad
alert and in p-todate advantages Jack-
savil is far in advance of any o their city
in the Soath. A careful reading of the
ollowg pgs will aeo nee anyone that
Jc avi l destia to become e of
the greatest ties on this continent.
POPULATION .
Is ImS the populatten of Jakeealv
was M11i,4 In 00- it bad reached O800,
ad- at the doe of it is 51,8M, mak-
ig an inamesse of a trile over 85 per cent.
NANUFACTUPB ADVANTAGES OF
JACKeasIVruI..
The neesary elemnto entrin g intt a
pbm~ *& I a 4=
Te o m6 Ic dalnllt trampt-
water dt sail, easy aeeem to
ful and the sp ty o raw materials, an
d 4 V water, re"e"Nb
"r J kor er ad a Ik of friction be-
hbor and aptal, ad aceesiblity
-to the gest omeolur markets ef the
.J amelbe has -a o thoe and more
It has a limate t da not interfe in
any part of the year with the op tion
a- enas the weraa to atin o his
ghest ability throughout the entire
There is o reason that this city should
not be the seat of the cotton manufartur-
ora of the S8oth. It has cheap transports-
ta ty water, beth eastwie and trans-
Atlantic, internal transportation by its
rivers, and four inea of railroads that are
magm the fremaot in the nation, to carry
the raw cotton to its factories. It pos-
aes very cheap rates, rates that cannot
be tampered with on scout of the water
competition, and the city is right at the
door of the supply of the raw material.
JACKSONMVILLEU mIssass ME.
Generally peaking, the business men of
thi ety are young ad ambitious, they
Sre at all time to entertain any
qpro that has for its purpose the
term at d uphuildiag of the city.
They extend a hearty welcome to all new-
eomers who are worthy of their considera-
tion. They an progresive and eonserva-
tihe and are careful to do nothing that
would in any way reflect upon the fair
ame of the city. This care and dligence
is reflected in the substantial and con-
tinuous increase In the volume of the eity's
traffic. Jadheasi l is growing rapidly
and judicious action is very essential. The
city is one of the best governed muniipal-
Ities in the nation and is constantly being
pointed out as an example of what can be
n when se sh political interests are


sacrificed in favor of the general good of
the community.
SKILLED LABOR.
labor in Jacksonville and Florid at the
end of 190 is scare, as it is in all other
parts of the nation. The rate per hour for
skilled labor is as follows: Bricklayers
47 cents, hod carriers 17 cents, carpenters
30 cents, painters 30 cents, plasterers 46
cents, plumbers 50 cents, and laborers 13
cents.
COST OF IuvnI IN JACKSONVILLE.
The item of living in Jackseavile is
about on the same basis as in other cities
of the same sira, and is regulated by the
quality. Presence property rents for
from 10 per month to as high as one cares
to pay. A room can be had from $1.50
per wek up and board and room will east
from $40 per week and up. Groeries
are as reasmable here as anywhere, and a
small plot of ground is capable of supply-
ing vegetables throughout the entire year
with very little cultivtion. House heat-


ing ins peniiv the climate doing the
work for at least nine months in the year.
Many people us gas for cooking and heat-
ing, the cost being $1.50 per 1,00 feet net.
ce is delivered at your door for 25 events
per 100 pounds. Electric lighting is 75 per
cent cheaper in Jacksaville than in most
ities. The muniipality owns the plant
and made a reduction from 28 events per
kilowatt to 7 ents per kilowatt for incan-
descent lights and have made good profits
for the city on that basis. The water sup-
ply is secured from artesian wells, is of a
very healthful quality and costs about $6
pr year for ordinary residence, including
bath, toilet, and two or three service taps.
Dry goods, clothing, furniture, notions,
hardware and household utensils can be
had as cheaply in Jacksonville as any-
where.
ELECTRIC LIGHT DEPARTMENT.
Coat of plant including extensions for
current year, 457,M00.76. Cost of main-
taning plant per annum, $100,719.6. Em-


ployment is given 60 men, who draw $38,-
59232 per annum. Improvements and ex-
tens'ons made this year, $92237.57. Gross
receipts for 1906, 20,435.57. Net profits
for 1906, $119,716.01. The gross receipts
show an increase of $34,000 over 1905.
Light is furnished 2,136 residences and 996
business establishments. The cost for resi-
dences is seven cents per K. W., and all-
night areas cost $7.50 per month.
The profits to the city from 189 to the
end of 1906, inclusive, from the light de-
partment were $493,68.00; of this amount
$181,92.17 was turned over to the City
Treasurer.
WATERWORKS DEPARTMErT.
The cost of the plant including exten-
sions for 1906 is $524,04 &2, the Improve-
ments made during the year amount to
$90,716.97, the total operating expense is
$38,473.17 per year. There are 40 men em-
ployed, who receive $21,444.4 per year.
The gross receipts from the plant for 1906
were 93,113.78 and the net profit was (64,-
640.61, turned over to City Treasurer for


other city uses during the year, $39,732.50.
From 1883 to the end of 1906 the net
prots were 388,954.60, and during that
period the department turned over to the
City Treasurer for other city uses $85,-
20480. There are 5,376 service taps, 568
hydrants and 60 miles of mains rag
from six to twenty inches. The normal
pressure is 2 pounds and the re pres-
sure 110 pounds. The supply is secured
from artesian wells, there being eight of
them, having an average of 950 feet in
depth. The capacity of the plant is 11,-
500,000 gallons per day and 2,777,98 gal-
lons are consumed daily.


GAS SERVICE.
Articial gas in used throughout the year
for domestic cooking and through the win-
ter months for the slight amount of heat-
ing required, the mildness of the winters
making other means of beating superflu-
ous. The city has thirty-six miles of gas
mains, making gas service available
throughout the business and residence see-


tions and in all the suburbs. The OG
Company is public spirited and progres*a
and is constantly exteding its mains a
meet the growing demand made by tSe
rapid growth and expansion of the ity.
JACKSONVYILL ELECTRIC CO.
There is nothing that is more benek
to a growing ity or that contributes mas
to its development than rapid means df
transit throughout its business rei
and suburban sections. This eity is met
admirably cared for in this particular
the Jacksenvlle Electric Copany.
This Company has 23 miles of track A
this time and is arranging to conatr
five miles more at an early date. 2
extension will ceat *300,00 with the
ditional equipment neceary to opeate
The Company employs 1I men and
wage expense amounts to 810A0 per h-
num. It earrid five million pame
during 1965. The fee is *a set.per
ride with universal trenae
FIRE DEPARTMET.
The real estate and equip nt i vaiI
at $10,57.00. There are e stations amal
an appropriti has ben made for e a-
other. Te are a mu in the desrt
meat, drawing $3187M in wagesI
anm. there were M34 arms a
drin the year and the Sm bit e wea.
OU DEP
The eof the rmel -ate I1 -
meat in this deperte a is
There are 77 m ea th"e iwe s
wages paid them smnts to f
per year.
SEWER DrWATm-.
The cost of thias met deptaemr e
date is 414 7 4M.*asd t prtb o
now under way wil amen t to Il01,
which was peroded for by tihe li F
bonds. Ter are0 mi- at sus am a -
tying into the St. JoL-s wer. Thee M
12 men in the department who r-a S
*3,771.4 per annum. There a 300eo -
neetions. The cot of making a es
tion is $12.00. The mals ate from 4 rti
14 feet below the murfae
STRZETI
This city has 135 miles of streets. Te
are 3 miles paved with brick, sheb and
macadam. Contracts have been placed fr
paving 15 miles of street* with brick *t
a cost of 300,000. The street departat
is under the direction of the Bo6ad of
lie Works and JadcsollU prides itsf
on having the leanest and chest kgt
streets of any city in the Bouth.
FURTHER 8FPCIC -0I-AT- M
Anyone desring specific information a
any subject pertaining to ja*envile a
Floria not touched upon in thi Review,
can procure the sameby addressing J. W.
White, General Indutrial Aget Beba
Air Line Railway, Porrtneh, Va.
REAL ESTATE PRICES.
Real estate dealers dedare that the
price of real estate in and around Jad-
soville has advanced at a sate of ahed
100 pe recent during the pust fur yeasp
and that the end is not yet The advan
continues, and the dead is still nca
ing for suburban property.


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THE WEEKLY INDUSTRIAL RECORD.


DlFESi 8CORE8 SEVERAL BIG
POarTs N (WHARA PEONAGE

s The trial of Mr. F. J. O'Hara and others
es the charge of conspiracy to commit
pemoage, which has been occupying the
attention of the United States Circuit
.Oourt for the past week or more, develop-
od special interest when the witnesses for
the defense were played on the stand.
Not only was the testimony of the wit-
asses for the Government flatly contra-
odieted by one of the defendants in the
tease, but the evidence of some of the most
prominent and respected citizens of the
late corroborated the evidence of that
defendantt in toto.
The defense has so far proved every
item that it claimed it could establish
when the opening of the ease took place
tad has by the witnesses they placed on
.the stand and by Government witnesses
as well, proved that the foreigners were
not held nor whipped as they have testi-
ied. The testimony of Mr. R. L. Arent,
which was given at the'session of Thurs-
day, is an indication of the line of evi-
dence which has been and which will be
submitted by the defense. Mr. Arent's
:testimony is corroborated by all the wit-
uemses which have thus far testified for
.the defendants, including Secretary Smith,
-4. the Jacksonville Board of Trade, City
SMarshal Hand and Policeman Belyea, of
atnford, Policeman Jones of Sanford, T.
,J. Miller, merchant of Sanford, and three
the defendants. The testimony of Arent
,say be briefly summarized as follows:
"'.After stating that he had been in the
employ of Hodges & O'Hara since 184,
Arent related the story of his coming to
tJaM koville to meet the men from New
SYork. His story may be briefly sum-
mlribed ea follws:
.Sometime early last summer, the exact
Mite being forgotten, Mr. O'Hamr asked
Asest to eoe to Jacksonville and met
M of the Clyde steamships, on which
wo nrim m an rig to work for Hods
4.. Olar-. 'Hara, himself, was able
SeasM, and at Aret as his agent, giv-
Sf'the latter iaufmleat mosey to buy food
*or the Mr., and pay their way to the
lae where they wr. to be at to work
tha adrstanding beag that they were
'aung to the Maytown plant
thet Ne"el Eps.
lt thk steamer, Arm thrgh the as-
Mtance of certain Oadals of the company,
'liMated the ine m, mome of whom had
)sft the w rf and were standing on Bay
eset, ear the Astor building. Arent
tried. to talk with the men but could not
understand them, nor could they under-
Stand him.
- Then one of the mea, Frans Nebel, walk-
fed away from the group and started up
'*Hogan street. Arent'. attention was called
'to this and he started toward him, over-
.taking him and king him if he was not
going with the rest of the men. He could
,not make Nebel understand what he
meant, and while attempting to do so, an-
other man came up and said "Hello" to
FNebel.
Kirk Sauaders Appears.
Afterward, said Arent, he learned that
This man was Saunders, though at that
time he did not know him nor did he know
that he had come on the ship with the
.other men. Arent asked Saunders if he
spoke Nebel's language, and being answer-
Jed in the affirmative, asked Saunders to
-'talk to Nebel for him (Arent.)
This Saunders did, and Nebel shook his
head when asked if he did not wish to go
to Buffalo Bluff. Then Arent asked the


BUYER 'S


ACCOUNTANTS.
T. G. Hutehinson, Jacksonville, FI.
Walter Mucklow, Jacksonville, Fla.

Briggs Hardware Co., Valdosta, Ga.
BANKS.
Commercial Bank, Jacksonville, Fla.
Florida Bank and Thust Co., Jacksoville,
Fla.
BEER-WHOLESALE.
Chas. Blum & Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
.oseph Zapf & Co., Jacksonville, Fl.
BOILERS.
loyd's Portable Fireplace, Valdosta, Ga.
BOXES AND CRATES.
Summer Lumber Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
BRICK.
Southern Fuel & Supply Co, The, Jack-
sonville, -Fa.
CARPETS
E. E. Cleveland Furniture Company.
CIVIL ENGINEERS.
Roland Woodward, Jacksonville, Fla.
.CLOTHING.
Craig & Bro, J. A, Jacksonville, Fla.
COPPER SMITHS.
McMian Brothers, Jackson=vlle Seve-
ash am Mobile
COOPERAGE.
operas Co. The, Jacksonville, F.
DRUGS.
Win. D. J Jaacksonville, Fla.
C. C Bettes, Jacksonville Fla.
DRUGS-WHOLESALE.
Groover-Stewart Drug Co, Jackaonvill,

DRY GOODS-WHOLESALE.
Covingtoa Co. ThL. Jaeksosvills, la.
ELECTRICAL GOODS.
Standard Electric Co, Jacksonvlle, Fla
ENGINES.
Irrinl-Steren Co, Jekaoavill, Fl7.
8~a-asle 8s Co., J. ., Maea, Ga
mmiam Ieam Works and Siply o., An-
grs, Os,
1XEPLACES.
Boyd' FPrtale Firaplae Valda ta, C.
WeRTILIZERS
sOs & aO., W-. A., JahmesvSe Mls.

a. Cleaveand Furniture Co., Jackson.
ville, Fla.
TOUDRIZS.
Silmas 0Son o., J. Sa, MaIn., Ga.
FUEL.
Southern Fuel & Supply Co. The, Jack-
sonville. Fil.

Craig Bro, J. A, Jacksonville, Fl
Standard Clothing Co., Jacksonville, Fa.
GROCERS-WHOLESALE.
Consolidated Grocery Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
Jacksonville Grocery Co., Jacksonville, Fl.
Williams Co., J. P., Savannah, Ga.
Young Co, John R, Savannah, Ga.

GAS AND GASOLINE ENGIIES.
Hicks Gas Motor Co., Waycross, Ga., and
Detroit, Mich.

HARDWARE.
Bond A Bours Co. The, Jacksonville, Fla.
Briggs, W. H., Hardware Co., Valdosta, Ga.
Tamps Hardware Co., Tampa, Fla.
Weed & Co., J. D. Savannah. Ga.
HAY AND GRAIN.


DIRECTORY


HATS. SHIP YARDS.
Craig & Bro, J. A., Jacksonville, FL. Commer Lumber Co, Jaekaowuill FIl
Standard Clothin o. Jaeaoiviln, Fs. MewriU-Steven a CO., Jaksemvllle, Fla.


HOTELS.
Travelers' Hotel, Jackaunville, Mi.
Aragon The, Jacksonv!ie Fla.
Fifth Avenue Hotel, Ne Y.
Telford Hotel. White Springs, Fla.
IRON WORKS.
Merrill-Stevens Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
Schofleld's Sons Co., J. S., Macn, Ga.
INSURANCE
Prudential ijfe, Walter P. Corbett, Mgr.
Jackson,-lle, Fla.
Cay & McCall, Jacksonville, Fla.
JEWELERS.
Greenleaf & Crosby Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
Hes & Slager, Jacksonville, Fla.
KEELEY INSTITUTES.
Keeley Institute, Jacksonville, Fh .
LIQUORS.
Blum & Co., Chas., Jacksonville, Fla.
Altmayer & Flatau Liquor Co., Mason, Ga.
Joseph Zapf & Co. Jacksonville, Fla.
MEDICINES
SpMeer Medicine Co., Chr tt-op, Team.
MACHINE WORKS.
Schofield's Sons Co., J. S., Maeon, Ga.
Lombard Iron Works. Augusta, Ga.
MATERIALS FOR luRPElaiLu PRO-
CLSS.
Sehoield's Sons Co., J. 8, Mae, Ga.
METAL WORIKRS.
McMillaa Bros. C., Jacksonvle, SavaM-
sah a Rebus.
Baker, M. A, Brmswi Ga, and Pennsa
cola, Fla.

MIL SUPPLIES.
Sehofid's Soe Co, J. Mues, G.
T p Hardware C, Tampa, ma.
We0d OBJ. ~, J. Savannah, O.
Malaby Maeunry Co, Jadkamvil, lb.
Briggs Hardware Co., ValUsta. G.
NAVAL STOAB.
Plasmald r Naval aoraem C, Tumps, ma.
Baraes & Jeasup Co, Jaskenville, ima.
Coaolidated Naval Stre Oa, Jaeks-
Standard Naval teres Co., Jadmeavme,
FL.
Union Naval Stres Co, Moile, A.
West-Flynn-Harris Co, Jaekotmvill, la.
Williams Co., J. P., Savanuah, Ga.
Young 0o, John R., Savanu h, Ga.
Southern States Naval Stare Co, Savem-
nh, GI.
PAINTS.
Bond & Bours Co, Jacksonville, h
PHOSPHATE SUPPLIES.
Tampa Hardware Co, Tampa, Fl
PLUMBERS.
Coons & Golder, Jacksonville, Fla.
PUMPS.
ferrill-Stevens Co, Jacksonville, Fla.
Schofeld's Sons Co., J. S., Macon, Ga.

RAILROADS.
Atlantic Coast Line.
REAL ESTATE.
Brobston. Fendig & Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
Livingaton & Sons, J. H., Ocala, Fla.
Deen Realty & Improvement Co., Way-
Sesro, Ga.
SEEDS.


Bomu & Co., Wn. A., Jacksonville, Fla. Bowrn Oo., Wm. A., Jacksonvill, Fla.


SHOES-WHOLESALE.
Covigtoa Co. The, Jacksonvile, Fla.
Joa. Ras-amhn & Boa, 8svanah, Ga.


Clyde Steamship Co. The. New York aty.
TANKS.
Davis B So, G. M, Palatka, a.
Scholeld'. Sos Co., J. S, Mcao, G.
TugPEPZa STILLS.
Baker, M. A, Bruswik, Ga. and Pes-
cola, Fla.
McMilla Brother .Co., .Jac namle,
Savannah a Melila.
TUPEaraLUN STILL TUBa
Davis & Som, G. M., Palatka, FPa
I UPKmTlmN VATS
Davis & SoB, M, Palatka, Fla.
TuKPln Larm TOOLS,
Counnel Tool Co., Jacksonill, Fla.
VEHICLMa AND HARNESS.
Vehicle and Harnes Co., Jacksaanele, a
WATCHES.
GraleCat & Crolzb Co., Jakeovlle, J.
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YELLOW P=2 LUMBE.
Coumer Lumbr Co., Jaek nville, l.
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man to go back to where the other men
were, and this he consented to do. They
started down the street, Arent walking
ahead, and Nebel coming on behind.
Once back again with the others, who
sttod at Bay and Hogan streets, one of
Arent's friends said that it would proba-
bly be beat to leave Nebel alone, as he
was a only fool anyway. A few minutes
later, Arent Saunders, and all the others,
with the exception of Nebel, turned and
went down to Zahm's place, on East Bay
street, where they got dinner, Arent pay-
ing for all of this from the money given
him by Mr. O'Hara, and also buying each
of the men a glass of beer when they
asked for it, after dinner had been finished.
Nebel Rejoine Party.
While the men were still at dinner,
Arent testified, Nebel came into the place,
told Arent (with the aid of Kirk Saunders)
that he (Nebel) knew no one in Jackson-
ville and that he wanted to go on with
the party. Arent told him all right and
bought him dinner with the rest of the
men, and afterwards bought tobacco and
cigarette papers for the men who asked
for them.
Then Saunders stated that he had
known some of the men in the old country
and that if Arent would pay his fare, he
would go with the party "to look after
the boys." Arent agreed to pay his fare,
and shortly afterward the entire party
proceeded to the union station.
When the train was called the men
boarded the ears, some going in the smoker
and others in other parts of the train.
As the train stopped at different stations,
Arent testified, the men would get off and
look around, and then all get on the train
again. At Sanford, where they changed
ears, Mr. O'Har met the party, and, stat-
ing that he could not go on to Maytown,
asked Arent to take the men there the
ext day. This Area agreed to do.
Happening I 8anfer
Mr. O'Hara, according to the witness,
arranged to give the men lodging for the
night, paid the woman who kept the board-
ing house $2, and quartered the men there.
O'Hara and Arent then went up to the
hotel, and engaged a room.
Afterward, Mr. O'Hara went out to
shoot a game of pool, and Arent, after
watching the game for awhile, went into,
a saloon and began talking with a deputy
sheriff about different matters, Arent, him-
self, being a fellow deputy. Afterward
Saunders came up, with the other men,
and asked for a glass of beer for the men.
Arent took them all in and bought the
beer.
Saunders then stated that the men ob-
jected to the boarding house that had been
provided, and said that the men had made
the woman who kept the house give back
the $2 that O'Hara had paid for lodging for
the men.
Remainder of Journey.
Finally, after some little further talk,
Saunders said Nebel and two others agreed
to take one of the $2, go back and pay
the woman for lodging, and the others
would like to sleep on the grass outside
the house, spending the extra dollar for
beer. Arent asked one of the Sanford
policemen if the men could sleep outside,
and the officer told h'm yes. if they would
make no noise nor disturbance.
A few minutes later Saunders read to
Arent a portion of one of the Schwartz
memorandums, and said the men insisted
on going to Buffalo Bluff instead of May-
town. Arent then left the men, and re-
joined Mr. O'Hars. O'Hara was told of
these Schwartz memorandums and then


asked Arent to take the men back to Buf-
falo Bluff which had been passed on the
journey to Sanford, enroute to Maytown.
Arent agreed, woke the men sleeping
before the boarding house and had them
wake those on the inside, and then all
went to the train, and traveled back to
Buffalo Bluff. When he left the men,
Arent said they were at work with brooms
sweeping out their houses.
More About Nebel
Arent sa'd that thereafter he saw Nebel
occasionally, and that two or three weeks
later Nebel was put to work sawing shin-
gles. Arent showed him how to do this
work and told him that when this was
learned that he (Arent) would show him
how to do the more advanced work and
would fit him for making higher wages.
Several times thereafter, testified Arent,
Rebel came over to his (Arent's) home
across the river, to get some wine that
Arent had made. The men were friendly
(Arent and Nebel), and when Nebel left
the ill he left his pipe with Arent's
daughter for Arent. Once, too, Arent tes-
tified, he had met Nebel in Palatka and
Nebel had invited him to drink with him
and to take a meal with him.
When Nebel finally left Buffalo Bluff,
Arent said he announced it and he (Arent)
told him to come and say good-bye before
he left. This Nebel did, bidding him
good-bye at the mill, and telling him if
he ever came to New York to look him
(Nebel) up. That was the last Arent
saw of Nebel till the present trials be-
gan.
That Conspiracy Charge.
Col. Toomer then began asking about
the charge of conspiracy. Arent testified
that until he was jointly arraigned with
them in open court, he had not only never
been acquainted with Zach Batten nor
George Harper, but had not even heard of
them, nor did he know any such men in
Florida.
Thompeon, another of the defendants,
he bad heard spoken of, but never had seen
him, talked to him, or hand anything to
do with him in any way until he was ar-
raigned with him in court.
O'IHar and Burrill be did know, but de-
nied most positively that he had ever con-
spired with them as charged, or with
Saunders or with Schwart, the latter being
a total stranger, in every sense of the
word. He stated positively that he had
no interest in the men employed, had noth-
ing whatever to do with ordering them to
work, and had never made any agreement
nor had any understanding whatsoever as
to compelling them to work or to keep
them from leaving Buffalo Bluff whenever
they saw fit.
Those Living Conditions.
Then, taking up the stories told by-the
Jews as to the houses at Buffalo Bluff,
Arent said that he himself had once lived
in one of those assigned to the Jews, for
a poeri dof eighteen months, and that he
found it very nice for men who were sin-
gle and hence had no women to provide
for.
As to the stories of intolerable condi-
tions at Buffalo Bluff, Arent said he had
been there for more than twelve years,
and that other men, both white and ne-
groes had worked and lived there even
longer than he had.
Under No Restraint.
He testified that the men were under
no restraint, so far as he could see. That
on Sunday he often met them more than
a mile from the mill, and that he had oe-
casionally met them in Palatka and other
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6 THE WIEELY mNiursTIAL RECORD.
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4 rT AmD COUNTY SCHOOLS.
The report for 1906-1907, as furnished
=f Superintendent Palmer, shows fifteen
Ihools, 136 teachers and 5,032 pupils in
tL city, and fty-three schools, sixty-nine
teachers and 3,391 pupils in the county.
The cost of maintenance for the present
period will be $115,412. The white teach-
Sdraw $48,031, and the colored $16,131
per annum. The school property consists
f seventy-seven lots, fifty-five frame
buildings and two brick buildings, and is
valued at $210,000. The paraphernalia
used is valued at $20,000. The high school
will have fifty-one graduates for this term.
There are $17,00 in bonds, and $47,000
in warrants outstanding against the school
system. The income for the current year
Will be $125000.
FINWACES OF DUVAL COUNTY.
Assets.
Court House and Furnishings ..$175,000.00
County Jail ................... 52,000.00
Armory ..................... 45,000.00
County Hospital .............. 30,000,00
Twenty-Five Acres of Land at
Peat House ................ 3,000.00
Road Building Equipment .... 18,000.00
Oyster Shell Island ........... 400.00
2 r Miles Hard Roads .......... 170,000.00
Two Steel Bridges ............ 10,00000
Wooden Bridges ............. 44,000.00
Inceome from Taxes ........... 372,498.00
School Buildings ............. 210,000.00
School Paraphernalia ......... 20,0000
Total Assets ............ $1,153,498.00
Liatitis&
Duval County St. Johns River
Bonds, 6% ................. $300,000.00
County Court House Bonds, 5% 100,000.00
Asets over Liabilities to bal-
ace ......................... 753,498.00
Total ...................$1,153,49800
TRa CITY BOUDGT FOA 19o7.
The amount carried by the budget, as
adopted, for each of the departments, was
as follows:
clary city ofiials ..........$ 24300.00
Board of Health ............. 15,40.00
PoIice ........................ 75,98.00
Board of Public Works ....... 198,033.14
Manitenance and ear of sewers 27,08.60
Pa Department ............ 93,70.00
ial interest and sinking
B..d ..................... 900.00
Free Lbrary ................. 6,o000
$531,66.74
Amount to be paid by licenses,
mnes and frachies ........$11000.00
Amount to be paid by electric
eight and water works .....$100,000.00
o be raised by taxation .....$ 21,.74
Total ................ $1,931 .74
JACEONVLLE'S OSTOrr..zs,
Peatal Receipts for x6.
Hile of stamps, envelopes
cards, etc ............... $ 171,950.77
Receipts from newspaper and
periodical postage ........ 6,974.81
Soeeipts from box rents .... 3,121.92
Total postal receipts .....$ 182,053.50
postall deposits from other of-
fees .....................$ 83.906.0m
Total postal business ..... $ 26,019.58
Pay Rolls.
For the year ending September 30, 1906,
tie pay rolls handled by the Jacksonville
7ce were as follows:
stmaster, assistant post-
master and clerks ........$ 31,390.48
Carriers 21,117.88
special delivery messengers.. 2.170.80
Railway mail clerks ........ 102,6?4.27
Rural carriers, all in State.. 37,881.60
Total in wages paid out
from Jacksoville office ...$ 195.185.03
The receipts of the office exceed expend-
tures of the offiee by $129,196.24.
There are 960 post offices that remit
I'eir surplus to the Jacksonville office.
These funds, together with the funds of
(se office proper, make about $2,500,000
oasiing through the office yearly.
total pieces handled 1905.... 28,409,253
hbowing an increase for 1906
over 1905 of ............. 4,158,66
Growth of Postal Reeeipts
For year ending June 30, 1900..$ 86,938.06


For year ending June 30, 1901.. 96,504.61
For year ending June 30, 1902.. 106,362.25
For year ending June 30, 1903.. 118886.80
For year ending June 30, 1904.. 147,743.21
For year ending June 30, 1905.. 157,989.82
For year ending June 30, 1906.. 182,053.50
THE CONDITION OF THE CITY FI-
HNACIALLY.
Ameta and Liabilities.
Assets:
Cash on hand, ordinary reve-
nues .....................$ 57,360.34
Cash on hand, unexpended
bond money .............. 300,000.00
Waterworks and electric light
plant, grounds and equip-
ment ..................... 988,574.84
Fire Department and equip-
ment .................. 100,157.00
Police Department, buildings
and equipment ............ 61,352.00
City Hall, Jail, Crematory
and other city property ... 283.000.00
Parks and other real estate. 350,000.00
Bridges, viaducts, sewers and
street pavements ......... 1,902,e1.05


Total assets ..............$
Liabilties:
Bond issue 1894, maturing
1924, 5 per cent ........... $
Bond issue 1901, maturing
1924, 5 per cent ..........
Bond issue 1906, maturing
1936, 5 per cent ...........
Bond coupons due and not
presented ...............


4,068,506.90

970,000.00
398,000.00
400,000.00
5,750.00


Total liabilities .......... .$1,773.750 00
Profits of electric light plant $75,000.00
Profits of waterworks plant 25,000.00
Exess assets over liabilities, $2,314,756.90
CLEARING HOUSE STATEMENT.
Year. Amount.
1899 ....................... $12,642953
1900 ....................... 12.733,048
1901 ....................... 16,757,772
1902 ....................... 18.927,04
1903 ....................... 26,112,716
SA ....................... 43,265,462
1905 ....................... 0,000000
1906--
Clearing House
banks ......... $66,684,098
Other banks not
in Clearing Hse 5,334,728 $72.018 826
The JackNb vlle Poetoffice handles $2,-
500,000 per anrnm.
THE EVIDENCE.
In May, 1901, a very disastrous fire
swept over Jacksonville and in ten hours
destroyed 2,000 residential and commercial
buildings and their contents, with an ap-
proximate value of $15,000,000. Since that
time there have been constructed 6,350
buildings, 5,8 frame and 382 brick, stone
and concrete, all of them as large and
many of them a great deal larger than
those destroyed, their combined value be-
ing $27,500.000.
IMPROVEMENTS IN PROCESS OF CON-
STRUCTION AND CONTEMPLATED
FOR JACKSONVILLE.
New High School .............$ 50,000
Street Car Extension ......... 300,000
Gas Company Extension ..... 30,000
catholic Church .............. 150,000
Merchants and Miners' Docks
and warehouses ............ 500,000
Viaduct across Adams Street... 110,000
Sifteen Miles Paved Streets... 300,000
Seaboard Improvements ...... 1,325,000
1oung Men's Christian Ass'n.. 175,000
Masonic Temple .............. 200000
New Fire Station ............ 5,000
Cracker Factory ............. 15.010
Improvements on Various Docks 7,500
Knights of Columbus Home.. 15.000
Buckman's Office Building ..... 150.000
Water Ma'n Extension ....... 115,000
-aectric Light Extension ...... 95.001
Sewer Extensin ................ 210,000
Duval Hotel Extension ........ 150,000
Office Building, Hogan and For-
syth ....................... 375.000
Smith's Flats ................ 17.000
Burbridge Bldg. Flats ......... 70 000
Ossinski Flats ................ 60000
Sims Builuing ................ 16.000
Shirt Factory ................ 50.000
Bulkheading St. Johns River,
River-sde ................... 200000
Other items ................... 75.000
Atlantic National Bank Bldg .. 150,000
Bachelors' Apartments ....... 75,000


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Southern Express Co. Stables..
Dixieland Park ...............
Other items ..................
Rebuilding St. James Hotel ....
Brinkley & Baines' New Flats.
Seminole Club Addition .......
Bisbee Flats ..................
New Florida Country Club ...
Florida Yacht Club ...........
Atlantic Coast Line Water
Terminals, East Jacksonville
a.antic and East Coast Line's
New Brick Warehouses .....
Christian Science Church .....
Groover Flat Building ........
Southern Railway Warehouses
and Docks ................
Christopher Commercial Bldg..
Aird Building ...............
Halsema-Woodcock Bldg. .....
Other Commercial Bldgs .....
Residences and Flats .........


25,000
200,000
150,000
1,000,000
25,000
30,000
30.000
50,000
25,000
1,500,000
750,000
25,000
100,000
1,250,000
IM,000
75,000
15,000
50,000
750,000
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places. He had seem them loafing around
the depot, and down at the boat landing
after working hours.
He had heard no tales of whippings and
beatings, he said, until he came to the pre-
liminary trial of Mr. O'Hara before Com-
missioner Locke. He denied most posi-
tively that he had ever gone after any of
the men to brick them back to work, save
once when he, as deputy sheriff, brought
back one man who had taken a satchel
belonging to Edward Shoda, a fellow
workman, and against whom Shoch had
made formal complaint.
Sanders Wa Interpreter.
Kirk Saunders said h was only an in-
terpreter, and that a man named Fred
Owens was the foreman at Buffalo Bluff.
He said Saunders was at the commiasary
every night when the men came, and there
acted as interpreter.
Replying to Sam Keppler's charge that
he (Arent) had brought him back, Arnt
said that he met Keppler and Keppler said
e was going to Palatk to secure an offi-
cer to arrest Paul Tieen, whom he (Kep-
pler) charged with stealing his money.
Arent told Keppler that he (Arent) was
a deputy sheriff, and that he would take
charge of Tiesen, and that the two then
went back to the mill.
There e learned that Saunders, hearing
Keppler's complaint, had taken the money
from Tiesen and given it to Mr. BurrilL
Mr. Burrill gave it back to Keppler.
Then, taking up the story that he
(Arent) had held Keppler while Saunders
beat him, Arent said that Keppler and
Junge had gotten into an altercation and
that Saunders, saying the men should not
fight, had pushed them apart and made
them stop the trouble. Arent himself had
done nothing at the time.
German-Jewish Riot.
Col. Toomer then asked the witness re-
garding the German-Jewish riot, o rwhat
came near being a riot, this occurrence be-
S ing something that had been hinted at in
the questions on cross-examination of the
government witnesses.


Arent, in answering, said that Brady, pany is organized under her laws and by
the night-watchman at the commissary, her own people. This company expects to
had telephoned him one night that unless do business throughout the State of Flor-
he (Arent) got on the scene with 10 min- ida, Georgia, North and South Carolina,
utes there was going to be blood ehed. Alabama and Mississippi, but will not try
Arent answered that he couldn't get there to do all the business, as many new
in that time, but to try to cool the men concerns in every line try at the begin-
down and then, if he fould he could not, ning.
to telephone to Arent again. All of its officers, and a majority of the
Th's was the last heard of the trouble board of directors, have practical knowl-
until the next morning, when Arent saw elge of the fire insurancee business. In a
two groups of Germans were quarreling prospectus just issued, it states that the
among themselves, and Shoch was flour- company "expects to make money by lim-
ishing one of the large dirks that had been iting its lines, scattering its risks, and
introduced in evidence. Them dirks he ntine n ae
(Continued on page 11)


(Arent) took from Shoeh and the matter
was ended.
About the Watchman.
The witness further testified that ever
since the commissary had been burglar-
ized several years ago, a watchman had
been on duty there. There was some
question as tothe legal right of the watch-
man to carry a shotgun, and, in order to
bze on the safe side, the permission of
the circuit court to keep an armed watch-
man on duty was secured.
The witness further testified that the
watchman had certain other duties to car-
out, such as preparing the fires, etc. He
rave interesting evidence regarding what
was in the commissary, stating that one
could get practically anything he wanted
there.
It is generally conceded by those who
have watched closely the proceedings of
the trial, that the government has utterly
failed to make out a case thus far.
The Assistant Attorney General and as-
sistant district attorney are working hard
on the case and are making a hard fiht.
They have gone far in their efforts to es-
tablish the allegations contained in the
indictment, but the defense appears to
have met them to advantage on every is-
sue their testimony has raised.

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Marianna, Dec. 21.-While this part of
the State has not come into general notice
as much as the eastern and southern in
the matter of rapid development, yet in
solid industry and stability of general
business conditions it has more than won
its share of reputation for enterprising
and successful business men. Towns have
sprung up, wheels hum, farms have been
opened, and schools and churches abound
in places that were a few years ago a wil-
derness of timber. Large mercantile con-
cerns, national banks, railroads and manu-
factories have come into the territory,
and are here for "the long term." Country
banks west of the Chattahoochee now hold
a million dollars in deposits where within
the recollection of the writer (who is still
a young man) it was difficult to find a
thousand dollars in actual cash in one
man's hands, aad often in a whole town
or village. Marianna is one of the best
towns in the tate, and its county, Jack-
son, is one of the largest and most pop-
ular.
The latest organization in the west, of
general interest, is the Florida Home In-
surance Company, now organized at Mari-
anna. Its capital is $200,000, and surplus
account $20,000, all of which is to be pa'd
in cash. Over half of the stock has al-
ready been subscribed by local people, and
the rest is being taken up by people having
idle money throughout the State. Florida
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NE WICK FACTORY FOR GAINES-
VILLK.
Gainesville, Dec. 19.-The Fruit Growers'
Ice Company, of which W. R. Thomas is
president, C. A. Colelough vice-president,
and B. F. Hampton secretary and treasu-
rer, capitalized at $5000, will soon be a
thing in reality, as active preparations
are now being made to begin the erection
of the immense buildings, which will be lo-
eated in the railroad yards, convenient to
all three roads entering the city, within
the next few days, or as soon as material
can be placed upon the ground.
This will be one of the largest and
most complete ice manufacturing plants
in the State when completed. It will be
in fact the fourth largest plant in Florida,
and will be built wtih a vinew to increas-
ing the capacity when necessary, without
any serious inconvenience. The plant will
be equipped with all the latest appliances
in machinery, and the product as it comes
from the freezing vat wkill be handled
and stored by machinery. In short, it will
be an up-to-date establishment of its kind
and a model in every respect.
There has been a long-felt want in the's
vicinity for more ice. Not because the
factories already in operation have not
been giving good service, but by reason of
the fact that their capacity has been in-
adequate, especially during the heavy ship-
ping season, when tons of ice for refrigera-
tion are required daily. The promoters
of this new enterprise, realizing this de-
mand, have come together in an attempt
to acronimurstI the people.
The ne plant is expected to be in ope-
ration by May I when these demands may
be fulflled.

DREDGE JACKOrvILLu WnL HERE-
AFTER BURN COAL.
At present there are but two dredges at
work ca the St. Johns river and they are
stationed at Beddie's Point, opposite the
Southern Shipbilding Company's plant at
illdale, where they are blasting and re-
moving reek fro mthe river bed. These
Uredges ar owned by Capt. . oss and
are working under contract.
The government deep-water dredge St.
John, which has been working at Mayport,
deepening the entraee to the river, is
now moored at the government pier, foot
df Market street, where she is undergoing
repairs.
The government suction dredge Jackson-
ville, which has been at work near Dames
Point, is now moored at the Merril-Stevens
pier, where she i having an addition built
to her upper cabin, making two more
rooms, 8 by 12 feet.
The Jacksonville will be laid us for
several weeks, as she is having her boiler
furnaces changed so that she can burn
coal instead of oil, as the latter material
for fuel cannot be supplied as conveniently
as coal. She is having other work done
also.
The dredge Atlantic of the North Amer-
ican Dredging Company's fleet, is also
moored at the Merrill-Stevens shipyards,
where she is having her machinery over-
hauled and placed in first-class running or-
der. Other work is also being done to the
Atlantic, and she will probably be laid up
until after January 1. This, as before
stated, leaves only two dredges at work
on the river and they are only removing
rock from the river bed.

PLANS FOR SUBWAY APPROVED.
Plans for the Myrtle avenue subway
under the tracks of the Jacksonville Ter-


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minal Company were submitted at the
meeting of the board of public works
Tuesday afternoon and were approved by
the board and the city council committee
appointed to at with the board in regard
to this matter.
There is now every prospect of the sub-
way being constructed at an early date,
for the engineer of the Jacksonville Termi-
nal Company will at once advertise for
bids for its construction, the bids to be
opened January 15, 1907, and the work to
begin as soon thereafter as possible.
Mr. George W. Haynes, general agent
for the company, and Mr. J. W. Richard-
son, engineer for the company, appeared
before the board and submitted the plans
and explained everything to the satisfac-
tion of the members of the board and
Councilmen Holt and eBttes, of the com-
mittee of the council.
The plans show that the subway is to lie
constructed of concrete and asphalt mas-
tie, and will be perfectly water tight. The
floor, or driveway of the subway will be
slightly below the level of high tide.
The total length of the subway and ap-
proaches will be 500 feet, extending from a
point a little north of Bay street to a
point a little south of Dennis street. The
covered portion of the subway proper,
that is, the portion that will pass under
the railroad tracks, will be only 162 feet
in length, the remaining portion on either
side of the tracks being open at the top,
but walled up on the sides and having the
same kind of flooring as the covered por-
tion.


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THE WEEKLY INDUSTRIAL RECORD. 9


SECRETARY 8TRAUS MAKES FAVOR-
ABLE RULING FOR SOUTHERN
STATES.
Washington, Dec. 18.-An important de-
cision ha seen rendered by Secretary
Straus of the department of commerce and
labor, as to the right of a State to induce
immigration to that State. The decision
holds, in brief, that in the circumstances,
there is no violation of the immigration
laws or of the law to prohibit the impor-
tation of alien contract laborers in the
action of the State of South Carol:na, in
this particular case, in encouraging immi-
gration to that State or in paying the nec-
essary expenses of the immigrants com-
ing to the State.
South Carolina Case.
The case on which the decision is based
originated in South Carolina. For some
time past the agricultural and manufac-
turing industries of South Carolina have
been retarded and were in danger of ma-
terial injury on account of the lack of la-
bor. In order to reeve this condition of
affairs, the legislature of South Carolina
passed an act creating a State department
of agriculture, commerce and immigration.
E. J. Watson was appointed commissions
er of the department. He was empowered
by the act to make such arrangements
with steamship companies and the immi-
gration agencies in this country and abroad
as would serve best the interests of sue-
cessful immigration, the necessary expend-
iture being made from an appropriation
provided for the purpose. The act author-
ized the commissioner to accept contribu-
tions from such citizens of the State as
might wish to assist in bringing desirable
immigrants to South Carolina.
Case of Questio.
On November 4, 1906, the steamship
Wittekind arrived from Bremen at the
port of Charleston, 8. C., having on board
about 475 aliens destined to various points
in the State of South Carolina. About 300
of these aliens were Belgian mill opera-
tives, their wives and children, the remain-
der being German farm laborers and wo-
men seeking domestic service. Al of these
aliens were induced to migrate to the
United States by the State of South Caro-
lina, the State acting through the medium
of its commissioner of agriculture, com-
merce and immigration, who went to Eu-
rope some time in August for the purpose
of inducing desirable immigrants to come
tothe State; the passage money of the
aliens was pa:d by the State from a fund,
part of which was appropriated by the
State and the balance being contributed
by various corporations and individuals..
This fund was expended solely at the dis-
cretion of the State officials and not under
the direction of the contributors.
Distribute Aliens.
The commissioner of immigration cf
South Carolina found employment and dis-
Stributed these aliens to various parts in
the State, and in so doing exercised his
own judgment as to the person to whom,
and the locations which the several aliens
should be sent. The aliens were free to
accent or reject any offers of employment
made to them.
The facts in this case were brought to
the attention of the secretary of commerce
and labor and he in return referred the
matter to th solicitor of the department
for his opinion as to whether or not the
action of the commissioner of immi.crat"nn
of South Carolina in bringing these slens
to the United States. was a vlinoltien of
the alien contract labor laws. The immi-


gration service was duly notified of the ox-
pected arrival of the immigrants in ques-
tion, and the right of such aliens to land
was left to the determination of the offi-
cers administering the federal immigr.t-
tion laws.
Right of States.
The question of the right of a State
under the national immigration laws to
encourage immigration was raised by the
officials of another Southern State. It was
referred to the department of commerce
and labor. Realizing its importance Sec-
retary Metcalf referred the legal question
involved to Solicitor Earl, of the depart-
ment, for an opinion. Mr. Earl consider-
ed very carefully the facts of the case in
connection with the statutes bearing upon
it, and arrived finally at the 'conclusion
that there had been no violation of the
national law by the authorities of South
Carolina. The opinion of Solicitor Earl
goes fully into a discussion of the law re-
specting immigration. He nds that "so
far as the prohibition against assisting
the importation of immigration of foreign
laborers by promise of employment
through advertisements abroad is con-
cerned, States and territories are express-
ly excepted from the operations of the
law."

FROM FERTILE FLORIDA.
N. O. Penny, of Vero, is still shipping
large quantities of grapefruit.
Ground is being broken up at Boynton
for a large acreage of tomatoes.
Eggs and butter are very high at San-
ford. Poultry is also scarce and high.
large quantities ot pines and oranges
are being shipped from Orlando by ex-
press.
J. H. LeTourneau and E. A. Ireland
shipped a car of pines from Ehren last
week.
A few beans are being shipped from
Banyan, but prices are very poor. Rain is
badly needed.
H. Hillman, of Orlando, shipped three
cars of lettuce last week, each car con-
taining 300 hampers.
The first cabbage of the season was cut
at Mims last week. Beans are being ship-
ped in large quantities.
The tomato outlook is very promising
at Pineland, but the blight and dry weath-
er are badly affecting them.
C. A. Harvey, living west of St. Peters-
burg, will set out five acres in grapefruit,
ve in peaches and one in pecans..
In one day last week five cars of or-
anges were shipped from Mims. This is
the record so far this season for that
twon.
One packer estimates that 90,000 boxes
of oranges and grapefruit will be shipped
from the sections around Clearwater this
season.
Walter Hawkins, manager of. the Con-
solidated Fruit Co., is visiting the differ-
ent orange growing sections, looking for
fruit for his firm.
Fort Drum growers are busy shipping
their oranges. They hope to get through
before the Kiss:mmee river gets too low
for the boats to run.
The truckers of Coleman are in good
spirits over their prospects, as the cab-
bave crop ise in fine condition. Shipments
will begin about Jan. 1.
Indignant citizens met at St. Petersburg
last week and passed ve-y strong resolu-
tions condemning the miserable service of
the Atlantic Coast Line.
Boardman orange growers think thb-y
will have their fruit all shipped by Christ-


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mas. J. A. Murrell is through now. He
has shipped about 2,000 boxes and 75 bar-
rels.
Capt. 0. S. Tarver brought into Sanford
one day last week two radishes, one af
which weighed a half pound and was nine
inchess long and seven in circumference.
S. J. Sligh, the well known commission
man, met with a painful accident last
week. He made a misstep and fractured
a bone in his leg. He is now navigating
on crutches.
The acreage in orange and grapefruit in
the neighborhood of Titusville is still in-
creasing, and some of the finest orange
groves in Florida may be seen in that end
of Brevard county.


ties of oranges are being sent out. Lack of
rain is having a bad effect on orange
trees and vegetables.
Samples Are Wanted.
The United States Bureau of Chemistry
is engaged in an extended investigation
of wood turpentine and it is desired that
the work cover a large number of samples
and that all. processes of production be
represented in the published results.
Those who have not already done so are
requested to send the bureau quart sam-
ples of the products, both crude and re-
fined, and accompany the samples with
statements as to process employed, yield
per cord of wood, and photographs of ap-
paratus. Those who have already forward-


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** THE WEEKLY INDUSTRIAL RECORD.


INDUSTRIAL RECORD
JAMES A. EOLLOMON, O.d UE-IChid.
J. 0. LFrOMTIMEE, A-- se Editr.
A. MAIU Business ManaL4r.
Pabbahd Every Thursedy.
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-The P~n an Its Preduo."

AS communkatleas should be addressed
J a Induatrial ILReord Company.
Jaclsonville. Fla.
amro Edamsiald ed business 0l1OBo aS
Sava Ga.
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Adopted by the Exective Committee of
ttM Turpentie Operators' Asociation
September 12, 19, as its exlusive ofli-
ano Adopted in annual omventio
Septem'T 11 u the organ alo of the gsn-
4ral association.
Adopted April 2th, 1am, theoffii
-esn of the nterstate Cane Grower' As-
eiation. Adopted September 11 19, as
e oly oieial organ of the T. 0. A.
Commeaded to lumber people by special
semlution adopted by the Gorgi Swmill
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T=E RDCORWS OIIICNL4
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The nti pr nt ad the main od
I *eJthostrial eord Ompa0
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Abm nto tins fee o144 t he i-

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TjeiUiltoda ar stfl unable to meet
Samends ueath r for trans-port


A MrM Christe for all Insdtril
mheord Ader. is the Wi of the man-
o -mem of this rp .

On the eve of the new year it i hardly
nsemMary for the Record to agoin insi
Pht the aval store operator refrain
I.te makig further advance to laborers.

SThe Sealoard Air Line Raiway s Indus-
Srial pepartaent i showing some of the
people of Jadovale where they stand.
Lacksoiille is a bpr pce than some
of them have been led to believe.

Judging from the character of the tea-
Nomay that the defeme has introduced
dariag the pat few days in the United
lta Ci recut Court, this is about the last
.me of peonage to be tried at this sea-


Following the example of Jacksonville,
*larimana has organized a Home Fire In-
Srane Company. The enterprising bus-
bmes men of Mariana will succeed. They
will, too, while doing so, keep a great deal
'a.meony in Florida which has been going
bi &te aothern and eastern financial een-
AW r.


MERCANTILE AND INDUSTRIAL RE-
VIEW OF JACKSONVILLE.
"Mercantile and Industrial Review of
Jacksonville," a book which the Indus-
trial Department of the Seaboard Air Line
is donating toward the further develop-
ment and progress of the metropolis of
the State, is about ready for delivery.
While the main object in issuing this com-
prehensive review of what Jacksonville
has and what Jacksonville offers, is to in-
crease the business of the railroad com-
pany, whose enterprise is thus demon-
strated, the results will primarily be bene-
ficial to Jacksonville. There is such a
complete and comprehensive review of the
city's mercantile and industrial advan-
tages and opportunities in connection
with the most careful census of these
elements in this city's remarkable growth,
as to make the book of great value.
Mr. Thos. K. Bates, of the statistical
division of the Industrial Department of
the Seaboard Air Line, arrived in Jackson-
ville as early as the 17th of last Septem-
ber. Since that time he has been working
on a carefully pre-arranged plan for a
commercial and industrial census of Jack-
sonville, securing information which here-
tofore has never been compiled and doing
it with a thoroughness which commends
his eforts to the people of Jacksonville
and the State of Florida. In the first
place the book is published in the interest
of Jacksonville, though there is a great
deal of information about the state, its
population, advantages, resources and de-
velopmet, which will make it of more in-
terest and which will appeal to the people
of all parts of Florida.
As an advertisement for Jacksonville
this book is to be the best specimen in its
line ever printed. It goes beyond what
has heretofore been issued by the commer-
eial bodies and newspapers of the city,
for it is entirely complete in every detail.
As a indication of what Jacksonville
bas to offer the book will be valuable in
setting the facts ad plain figures before
the people of every section of the country
who are seeking locations in the South
In this respect the book will be invaluable.
But there i another great work which Mr.
Bates has performed for Jacksonville
through the ageany of this book. He has
taught the people of Jacksonville what
they have. By months of painstaking en-
deavor he haa accumulated figures and
facts which will be a surprise to many of
the most enterprising people of this city.
In this work he as instilled new confi-
dence in the people of Jacksonville, dem-
onstrated to them what they posseed,
displayed to them in plain view what they
themselves have accomplished and taught
the lesson of what progress and persistent
endeavor will do. The people of Jackson-
ville who read this book will have a better
idea of their city than they have today.
They will turn its last page with a better
knowledge of Jacksonville and a better ap-
reciation of what combined effort has
accomplished during the past few years.
Confidence is the best asset a city can
have. It is, in fact, the very foundation
upon which cities are built. In this con-
nection, The Record commends "Mercantile
and Industrial Review of Jacksonville," to
all. those who have an interest in their
city,

LABOR OF CONVICTS IN GREAT DE-
MAND.
Tampa, Dec. 13.-The county commis-
sioners of Hillsborough county, in special
session yesterday, opened bids for the less-


ing of the county convicts for the two
years beginning January 1, 1907, and end-
ing January 1, 1909. There were a large
number of bids submitted and the prices
offered were a decided increase on any
formerly obtained for the services of the
convict laborers of the county. There
were so many bids which the board con-
sidered advantageous tha no awards were
made at yesterday's session, the matter
being deferred for final consideration to-
day and the bidders advised that hey
would be notified by mail as to who the
successful competitors are. The board
decided to place the bond for the faith-
ful performance of the lease contract at
$20,000, and then proceeded to open the
bids as follows:
R. S. Hall made two bids, one at $29.10
per month for each convict, with the pro-
viso that the lessee should be permitted
to work the convicts wherever he chooses,
and another at $22.15, with the restriction
that they must be worked in Hillsborough
county. James E. Etaler offered $17.50.
Norman Smith wanted the lease at $21
per month for each convict worked.
Hall & Bigham made a bid of $24.
Thomas C. Hall made an offer of $16,
proposing at the end of their working out
of sentence to give each convict a new
suit of clothes, a pair of shoes and a hat.
Sheyney & Whitehurst offered $19.75.
W. C. Spencer and G. D. Bryan, Sr.,
proposed to give $19.50.
W. T. Hendricks, for the O'Neil Tur-
pentine Company, offered $22.
B. W. Blount, the present lessee of the
county convicts, offered $19 per month.
Thomas C. Hall made still another bid
for the lease at $19.50 for each man, with
the understanding that none should be
worked outside of the county.
J. W. Ward, Jr., offered $22.00. J. A.
Anderson proposed to take the convicts
at $.25 S. A. Rawls & Co., the present
lessees of the State prisoners, made a bid
of $23, stating in their proposition that
they had a finely equipped hospital at
Oeala, thus intimating that should they
be successful, the prisoners would be taken
out of this county.
C. Fred Thompson submitted a bid of
$21.56 and J. Buttgeabach Co., repre-
sented by Thomas J. L Brown, made the
highest bid submitted, namely: $27.00 per
mondi, with the understanding that te
convicts should not be worked outside of
Hillsborough county. While the bid of R.
S. Hal was, in fact, higher than that of
Buttgenbach & Co., his bid left it dis-
eretionary with the lessee as to where he
should locate the convicts, and as the
stipulation of the board was that all bids
must be with the understanding that the
prisoners should not be worked outside of
the limits of this county, the Butgenbaeh
bid was the highest meeting this require-
ment. There was not a bid submitted
which was not higher than the county is
now receiving on its convict lease con-
tract.

VISITORS PRAISE BAST GRAND PARK
Among the several out-of-town people
who are in Jacksonville for the purpose of
investing in the East Grand Park suburb
today, is Richard H. Marks, of Sanford,
one of the best known real estate men in
that section of Florida. Mr. Marks drove
all over the property yesterday afternoon.
"It is the finest suburban proposition I
have ever seen," he subsequently remark-
ed, "and I shall stay over until to-morrow
so that I can buy several lots for myself
and also secure reservations if possible, for


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some of my friends in Sanford, whom I
represent. I predict a big sale of Eaat
Grand Park lots tomorrow, as there were
a large number of people looking at the
property this afterfzon." Mr. Marks ia
an experienced real estate man and speaks
from the standpoint of one who knows a
good proposition when he see it.
In speaking gof the opening of thia prop-
erty, one of the odefals of the Jacksonville
Development Company aid last night:
"We expect a big demand for these lots
tomorrow, but, 'of course, the "opening
day' srely mnas that we all place the
property an aole at 0haa time. We shan
continue to push it uil we have sod
the lat lot, ad that will oly be a few
weeks at the outid. The propoitifo ia
onqupetioMsly a good ons, and we eeant-
Sa-w my pers n who is intareted to
go over th property and buy or deiN
to bay purely upon tbr own jdgment.
It is our judgment that, at the price and
term= we are offering it, it is the beat
suburban propoitiom around Jacksonvile.
"From what we an learn, that seems
to be the prevailing opinion. ome man,
however, might think differently. If a,
he should act upon his judgment. In our
opinion Grand Park and East Grand Park
are most advantageously located for fae-
tory suburbs, the approach to the city, the
railroad frontage and the surroundings
considered. The nearest street ear to East
Grand Park now is at the corner of King's
road and Myrtle avenue, but the walking
distance even now ia not great from that
point, and if that section builds up it is
reasonable to suppose it will have a street
car some day. When it does, of course the
price of lots will be greatly in advance of
what they are today.
"If factories go to Grand Park and East
Grand Park, and they will go in that vi-
cinity if the manufacturing interests of
the city increase, then these lots will ad-
vance. It is reasonable to say that this
property has good promise of resulting in
a satisfying investment for those who
purchase there now at the ground foor
prices.








THE WEEKLY INDUSTRIAL RECORD. 11



THE GROOVER-STEWART Dom co.,
FrV1I mEd Titr-oY FNE IRIST MOE o.
WhelYsale ODrAg, Ol0heials, Druggists Suadrie and OCmissary Beeds
a e aieA r AAw As 1e AMMT. VeA FmLaAu 1Ama .


S (Continued from page 7.)
\ A N T E D going it tenderfooted in congested in con-
gested city districts."
AND The following well known business men
compose the board of directors: M. L.
FO R SA LE | Dekle, president First National Bank of
Marianna; John H. Carter, president First
Rate for this column is 2 cents per word National Bank of Quincy; E. N. Dekle,
for fir insertion and 1 cent per word for president First National Bank of Chipley;
following insertions. No advertisement W. H. Milton, president First National
taken for lams than 40 cents for first, and
20ten for following i e for rti t, a bank of DeFuniak; Judge B. S. Liddon,
20 cents for following insertions. Cash
must accompany orders unless you have ex-chief justice of Florida; William B.
an account with us. Farley, secretary Marianna Board of
Trade; and Hon. Moses Guyton. The fol-
WANTED-All commisarie to clean up lowing prominent banks have consented
their barns of all kind of seed sack and to receive subscriptions to the stock: First
birlaps. We buy everything i the way National Bank of Marianna, American
of sack&. Write us. Ameria Fibre Co., National Bank of Pensacola, Florida Nat-
Jacksonville, Fla. ional Bank of Jacksonville.


FOR AL-Goo turpetine place for
ale in Georgia. Good healthy location.
Box 17, F. D. No. 2, Bylveter, Ga. t

FOR SALE-100 acres near Jacksoaville,
$1000.01 Will soon double. Fine in-
vestment. On three railroads. Good fac-
tory sit. Address Factory," ear Indus-
trial Becord. 4t

FOR SAL--A good twelve-rop turpen-
tie place ia Alahams. Timber to eat two
smo crops leased, and available timber
to eat fifteen more eops in reakc of still.
Addrea A. L, eae Idustrial eord.

PFO SAe& -The etir plant of the
olumbos Bariul I.-.nor.u ufg epany,
eeiasting of ve s a"d Heading Mills,
fq Kilh, Coop Shop, BuMlaedi lands
and Stock oi hand. Plant i operation,
'ad king aoy. Bold to wid -p as
tate For partiears address Julius
aY dlaander, SOL Lab and SoL D. Peyser,
xuteeas Rntate of M.. iM. r COum-
tus, Geogia

FOR SALb-A dodri turpeiiee
pes. Wel loated, railroad.
aeratioa. Fifte crops boxes Timber to
"t i e euops. Plenty of labor n pLce.
ar fulal ilmattm write L P. Booth
Adul. GO. tf

Would sell good operator who eould fr.-
dish labor, interest in a te-rop place, ten
thoulnd aores road timber. Ral Estate
a., Old Town, Fla. 4t

FOR SALE-Six miles practically new
35-lb steel rail, delivery December 1st. on
A. C. L Railway, five miles south of Way-
cross. Price, thirty-six dollars ton, with
0 spikes and switches included; plates and
bolts, thirty-five cent a pair. Trms, cash.
Address owner, W. M. TIomer, Jackson-
ville, Fla.

WANTED-Position by experienced tur-
peatiie woodsman, willing to work. Ope-
rators answering must state salary they
expect to pay. Address Woodsman, care
Industrial Record. 7t
I
WANTED Position as woodsman.
Have experience. Good recommendations.
Perfectly sober.. B. Jones, Planters-
vine, AlabamS,


SAWMILLS DESTROYED BY FIRE.

The Owners, the German-American Lum-
ber Company, Will Rebuild at Once.
Pensacola, Dec. 21.-Information reach-
ed here this morning of the destruction at
Millvale, a point 100 miles from Pensacola,
of the German-American Lumber Com-
pany plant, which is owned in this city.
There is no telephone or telegraph com-
munication between this city and the point
where the mills were located, and conse-
quently the first information obtained was
when the superintendent of the immense


plant reaehe dthe city on a towboat which
happened to be at the point at the time,
and who brought the news to the owners.
It is estimated that the loss will exceed
*100,000, although all of the lumber in
the yards, amounting to over 7,000,00
feet, was saved through the efforts of the
workers. The fir started yesterday morn-
ing about t elo&k in the picket mis,
and as a stf gale was blowing, quickly
spread to the other mills, and within thir-
ty minute the entire plant was almost
enveloped in flames, and the hundreds of
men who responded to the call of the whis-
tle, could not cheek the mad rush, and the
magnificent plant, considered one of the
finest and most modern south of Pensacola,
was destroyed. With the burning of the
mills some 500 men are thrown out of em-
ployment, as fully this number were in
the employ of the company in its various
departments, and reside with their families
in the settlement made possible by the lo-
cation of the plant. These families are
now almost destitute, and appeals for aid
for them have been started and are meet-
ing with liberal responses in the small
towns where the news of the big fire has
reached.
The German-American Lumber Com-
pany, of which H. H. Boyer is president,
is one of the large lumber manufacturing
concerns in which both local and foreign
capital is interested. It was formed some
five years ago, and acquiring large and
almost virgin tracts of timber lands near
St. Andrews bay, erected one of the mod-
ern milling plants of the country, and
constructed log roads for some thirty miles.
The output o fthe plant comes to this
port for shipment, being brought here on


moE riemas ds Rou~s
CTUS COnTAGIOUS

MIPOUID BLOOD DISEASES
Oaks In ieee se 5. maims


Mre.'. Pearson, Lumber ton,.Mis, says 1 di castes s
poesd to be what it is recommend ded to be-grad ladies' and meters
medleine, for building up. Indig stion and bad blood, and- have used
dI bottles, most of which was previous to and during the birth of our
fine baby, and it results have been worth more than $100 to s."
J.O. Rutledge, a Methodist minister of Blytheville, Arkl, say: ;
was in a critical condition, as my whole system was absorbed with
malaria, billiousnesa, bad bood-all run down and appetite bad, and
after the use of four bottles of Cactus Compound I gained abeut tweely
five pounds and I regained my perfect health and firmly believe Mdi
remedy saved my life."
8. L. Rhone, Portland, Ore, says: w'e to tIewd s~Im yIr w(h
syphilitic sores, rheumatism, bad blood and tst vitality, and tr t-e.
se gf nine bottles of Caotus Compound I im IN rebut .beath Is;
every respect, and.this remedy remvat.my lwhlr bse rw dsla hav
Incresed 24/ pounds In weigt,



COMPARATIVE MARKET RMPOK lb.

The market conditions have been fairly good for the past week, the ad-
vance in the lower grades of roains being the feature of the week's trading.
Spirits have held up welL The trade in rosins has been active here and ship-
ments have been heavy. Stocks have been reduced at this port to about 2,00
SPIRITS OF TURPNTIT E FOR THE WEEK BE AD AT SAVANNAH.
Priest. Sales. Shipm M Reetta. Stoliks
Jax. Bay. Jax. s8a. Jan. B. Jaz. is Jan. Bay..
Friday ......... % 158 3 185 37 462
Saturday ...... i 0% 18 611 t 3 281
Monday ....... 6% 67 44 31 407 7 21 2 8 1
Tuesday ........ .... 6% ... 63 76 31 1 24,74
Wednesday .. 06% 766 305 1,475 431
Mo ROSI FOR TUE WEEK HBERE AWD AT AVAANAH.
f Frida. Saturday. Monday. Tureay. Weibdy.
Jso MJan. IVa Jan. ias. J n. isv. J .
WW ................. 6.86 6.856.865 6.4.86 6.84. 8 .8 4.85 6.
V WG .................6.76 6.756.76 6.74.76.76 &4.75.76 .7i.76 6.f5
S .........N ........ 6.25 6.006.00 6.006.00 6.06.0 6. .00
M ...................5.50 5.505.50 5.665.50 5. 96.0 .1-15.L 0 .O 8-
K ...................5.15 5.155.15 5.1545.16 5.16 4.1 5 .1681 8.1O
I .................... 4.40 4.504.40 4.564.40 .404.60 4.4.1 4.*
H .......................4.10 4.254.16 4.264.10 4.14.91 4.1 4.- 4.
G ..................... 3.95 4.064.065 4 4.OM.I 4.1 .0 .
S................... 3.90 4.064.0 4.064.00 4.oM.10 4._14.0
S.................... 3.90 4.0014.05 4.0014.00 4.0b 44.05 4 4. ,
S................... 3.90 44.104.0 4.0 4.00 .a4,.6 8 4.
CBA ................3.80 4.4).00. 4.00.0 4.661(4.0. .
REPORT OF ROSIN MOVEMErT HER AD AT SAVAXI A.L
Sales. Sipmeet. SRetaeks.
Jax. Sav. Jai v. Ja. J eav. JaLz. Hv.
Friday ................... 728 ,335 875 071,770 1 40 7
Saturday .................1,06 2, 20 1,0=1 780 1,'7 76 77,44
Monday .............. .... 673 2191 ,25 70 657 ,4 ,0 7017
Tuesday ................. 1,671 2,4 ,400 205,275 4,17 2,4 854
Wednesday ............... ION 1,4581 320 203 2,406 1 2AX36 84,261


lighters. It did a large business and em- tat the plant was insured in the sum
played a large number of men, who are $52,000, and that the stock of lumber ao
now out of employment, and who have destroyed is sufficient to fill their eon
their families dependent upon them. To- tracts until the new mills begin operi
morrow a meeting of the stockholders of tion.
the company was to have been held to in-
crease the capital stock from $250,000 to Three Stills of Baxter & Co., at Frap
$400,000. The plant was well insured. Detroyed by
The owners announced this afternoon Three turpentine stills belong to
that the plant would be rebuilt at an early, at r
date, "or as soon as machinery can be ob- Baxter & o., at Fargo G., were
stained, and that the work of clearing ed by fire on last Tuesday night.
away the debris and preparing for rebuild- company has one of the largest p
ing will be commenced at once. The new in Georgia and the three stills were locate
plant will be on a larger scale than the ed in close proximity to each other. T
one destroyed, and will have a capacity ex- loss is estimated at $4,500, which i
feeding the one destroyed, which was 100,- fifty barrels of crude turpentine.
000 feet per day. They also announced tills will be rebuilt at cme.


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12 THE WEEKLY INDUSTRIAL RECORD.


Jacksonville Grocery Comp y

A. .,. W Wholesale Orooers and Distiler' Supplies.
asap. ot* mmd Waeee!me Vaksiat A. 0. L. By. me ma Feedo


IMPROVEMENTS BEIG MADE ON $67,000; Withlacoochee River, $59,700.
FLORIDA RIVERS AND HB S. During 1905 there were 237,000 tons of
Phosphate shipped from this port. An-
In the Jacksonville District the Unite clote River, $20000, Manatee River, $69,-
States has two sea-going dredges, two 000, A channel is being cut in Manatee
stationary dredges and two light draft River nine feet deep from McNeil's Point
edges. to Rocky Bluff and four feet deep and
A summary of the progress of river and 75 feet wide f:-om Rocky Bluff to Rye, a
A summary of the progress of river and Theo western rivers of
harbor improvements for the fiscal year point up the river. The western rivers of
ding June 30,1906, hows that total.r ~ Florida come under the jurisdiction of the
ending June 30, 1906, shows that total ap- department at Montgomery and the rivers
propriations of $3,538,221 have been mape department at Montgomery and the rivers
o obtain a channel of 24 feet depth fro in the extreme northeastern part of the
ackaotville to the ocean and in addition State come under the jurisdiction of the
Iti department v
to this Duval County made an appropria- taof a 5annahas been appropri-
ion of $300,000 to apply, on the same A total of $6,555,385 has been appropri-
ork. Of the total amount there is ated for the improvement of the rivers and
balance of $322,292 available, which will harbors in the Jacksonville District. This
omplance of 24-foot channe, is making Florida one of the most promi-
Te Ja e Board of Tade o nent states in the Union as far as river
has a movement on foot to secure such ap-
propriations as will furnish a 30-foot
channel to the ocean. LEGAL NOTICE.
There has been appropriated $95,000 for Notice is hereby given that on, to-wit,
i ee improvement of the St. Johns River
at Orange Mills Flats, and it is estimated the 20th day of February, A. D. 1907, I
that $0,000 additional will be required to shall apply to the County Judge of Duval
complete the work. The following appro- County, Florida, for my final discharge as
p.rations have been made for improve- administratrix of the estate of James S.
SJaecaovill's street car system carries
O,000 passengers per annum. oghlan, deceased, and ask that my fnal
ments at other points: Volusia Bar, $37,- accounts be audited and allowed.
00; Oeklawaha River, $24,000; Indian Jacksonville, Florida, this 7th day of
River, $71,000; Biseayne Bay, $310,000,
balance available $113,000, and it is esti- July, 1900-
mated that $1,193,000 will be required to ALICE V. COGHLAN,
complete the project. Key West, $512.500, Administratrix of the Estate of James S.
for jetties and dredging. Kissimmee River Coghlan.
15,000, and $9,000 additional will be re-
uired to complete the project; Orange
er $3,000; Caloosahatchee River, $43,- NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
NO. Sarasota Bay, $32,500; Tampa Bay,
$il10000, of this amount there is a balance All creditors, legatees, distributes and
q $261,124 available. Here a 26-foot chan- persons having claims or demands against
dl will be made from Port Tampa to the the estate of Rudolph S. Schumacher, de-
e n their o Bmays unspe 7. eof th eased, are hereby notified and required to
kystal River, $25,000; Suwanee River, present their said claims or demands


against the said estate to the undersigned
executor, at Jacksonville, Fla., within two
years from date -ereof, or the same will be
barred. JAMES M. SCHUMACHER,
As Executor of Will of Rudolph S. Schu-
macher.
Nov. 22, 1906.-8wks
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR DIS-
CHARGE.
Notice is hereby given, in pursuance of
law, that the undersigned as Administra-
tor of the estate of Josephine C. S. Sebm-
macher will make return of his final me-


counts and apply for a final settlement and
discharge as such administrator to Hon. H.
B. Phillips, County Judge of Dural County,
Florida, on Monday, June Sd, A. D. 1907.
JAMES M. SCHUMACHER,
As Administrator Estate of Josephiie
C. S. Schumacher.
Nov. 22, 1906.--mo.


Walter Mucklow,
CERTIJIID PUBLIC ACCOUNITAT,
JACKSONVILL, ILA.


Stenderd Electric Company
JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
X EVERYTHING ELECTRICAL X

WILLIAM A. SOURS JAMt O. AMIaY


WILLIAM A.BOURS & COMPANY
THE MI*EiT ESTASBLMUE 05IIH 5 -- OY E I 1i ATf.
Hay, Grain, Feed, Garden
Seeds, Poultry Supplies. fur
Grits, Meal aid Fertiizers.


OUR MOTTO: ~smspt Shpmeat, esab Ss ee


cMatmo. IeIM


206 EAST BAY ST., JACKSONVILLE, FLA.


The Holidays



are Corning


Order now, do not wait until trans- Y
= portation companies are so

crowded that you fail to get your

goods in time. m


Lewis O, 12 quarts ................................................. $12 00
Mount Vernon, 12 Quarts .......................................... 16 00
Three Feathers. 12 bottles ................ ........................ 18 50
Old Crow, bottled in bond, 6 years old, 1 bottles, 5 to gal. .............. 12 00
Hermitage, 12 bottles, 5 to galon .................................. 12 00
Also bottled in bond-8 years old.
Blum Monogram, 12 Quarts ......................................... 12 00
Blum Sylvan Glen, 12 Quarts ....................................... 9 00


Early Times, 12 Full Quarts, bottled in bond .......................
Monerief Spring, bottled in bond, 12 Quarts ........................
Frst Class Imported Sherry or Port, imported in bottles, per bottle .....
California Port, Sherry, Muscat, Tokay, per bottle ......................
Imported Cognae (Hennessey-Martell) Three Star, per bottle ...........
Murrelle Freres Cognac, Three Stars, per bottle ....................
Murrelle Freres Cognac, One Star, per bottle ........................


All imported liquors suitable for Christmas dinner in stock. Write for special price list.
Remember we are agents for Pabst Brewing Co.'s Milwaukee Beer-especially Blue Ribbon. Also Cin-
cinnati Beer


Chaes. Blum m?. Company


N~. 537-579 BAY STREET Dealers in Whiskies, Wines and Liquors JACKSONVILLE. FLA.


1000
10 00
100
50e.
200
1 70
150


JACKSONVILLE, FLA.


Me*. 317-3Y9 DAYT STILEET


Dewlers in Whiskies. Wines and Ltqmor








_THE WEEKLY INDUSTRIAL RECORD. 13
L S. NsASH. PreuidsnL s eG.eM. BOARDNAN.Trassrnse


E. S. SASH. Proeldnt.
J. F. C. MYERS. Viee-President.

American


S. P. SHOTTER..
Chairman Board of Directoro.


Naval


Stores


O. M. BOARDMAN. Treasurer.
C. J. DeLOACH. Secretary.

Company


(OF WEST VIRGINIA)
Suooessors to S. P. Shotter Company, Paterson Downing Company,
Exporters and Dealers in All Grades of ROSIN, PURE SPIRITS TURPENTINE.
TAR. PITCH, ROSIN OIL and all other products of the pine tree.


HEAD OFFICES: SAVANNAH, GEORGIA.
BRANCHES


NEW YORK
PHILADELPHIA
CHICAGO


ST. LOUIS
CINCINNATI
LOUISVILLE


WILMINGTON
BRUNSWICK
JACKSONVILLE


FERNANDINA
TAMPA
PENSACOLA


NEW ORLEARS
MOBILE
GULFPORT


JO6PH D. WEED.


H. D. WEED.


W. D. KRENSOZ.


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

Wholesale Hardware,
Bar, Hoop and Band Iron.


MAKE A SPECIALTY OF

Turpentine Tools, Clue, Baffings, Etc,




FLORIDA STATE INST' I.JTE
60 RIVERSIDE AVE, JACKSONVILLE, FLA
ametta d f then baa d as Jea ~ ir am ,n m le Die. Pershs t Lertim.
point i


FOR SALE.


THE ENTIRE PLANT OF
THE COLUMBUS BARREL
MANUFACTURING CO..
Consisting of Stave and Heading Mills, Dry Kiln,
Cooper shop, Buildings, Land and Stock o0
Hand.
PLARTM OPIR \IIn AMAND Am mmA Alyv
SWeD T WaD UP WAseTL
for particulars, address JULIUS FRIEDLANDR, O8LOMON
LOEB, and SOLOMON D. PEYSER, Executors Estate o
M. M. HIRSCH, Celumbus, Ga.



M .r. n -A Prievate S 8asterwi. The o ly private si titti. of it kind
ih the SBoth. M61ha0 of treatmNt r all forms of the drug habit sad aleoholhm
eelsidered by t maidksi promeaior a the moat efetie known. It difers dis-
timaly from aN ether Aeth trestm e t terminated a 4 hour or les. Al erav-
tl an deair fer alshol or drugs liitd. Praetielly time lot from busiaeoa
Treatm et semplia t fhm Ave to seve days. At th terminatla of this period
te pat is ft f r wor k. A Mdeisa a d-iania-tered by the mouth. Neither pain
- ~d editapi t ar d by the pati e Every privay obsered. Eaeh patient
bha umdividmal wem ad service. There is no eo-minling of ases.u Physician in
.harg. Wrte or all for detailed inferetion. Refereames furnished.


Tra o ln"r WHISKEY noarOg a
eBIAoInGi. (4--qvl-" I IMaL.)
OLD SHARP WILLIAMS-Pure Fine Old
Rye. B- the graloa W.0; four ull quarts
8S.5. exoress prepaid.
GBO. J. COLEMAN-Pure Pennsylvania
Rye; Rich ad Mellow. By the gallon
.TS7; four full quarts ., express prepaid.
ANVIL RT-Pure Substantial Family
Whiskey. By the gallon t.S0; four full
quarts 8I.., express prepaid.
S CLIFFORD RYE-By the gallon t.2;
four full quarts 8.a. express prepaid.
OLD KENTUCKY CORN-Direct from
Bonded Warehouse; fine and old. By the
gallon a.:; four full quarts 3.0 express
prepaid.
OLD POINTER CLUB CORN Rich
and Mellow. By the gallon 2.60; four fun
quarts I.)0, express prepaid.
We hadle all the leading brands of Rye and Bourbon Whiskies in the market
and will ave you from to 6e per cent on your purchase. Send for price lst and
entalogue. Mailed tree upon application.
The Altmayer L Flatau Liquor Company
MACON. GEORGIA.


ARAGON

NOW OPEN
SUnder new mnisagm.zt. Tw
renovated and repaired thronghelat
eluding new eletri elevator sad
own eecri light plant.
H. N. O'NEAL. Propi


Turpentine Cups
IMPORTAW T.
As our supply of eups Is limited, we su-
gest that intending purhaser an d in
their orders promptly to insu delivery.
lrj roa OI i
Cups, Gutters and am Tools
Used lIn the YlertY systede
of Twspestilag

Chattanooga Pottery
Company
Jacksonville, Florda


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THE WEEKLY INDUSTRIAL RECORD.


*. J. N. TAYLOR GIVES HIS VIEWS plant that will employ the people and build
.N THE IMMIGRATION PROBLEM. up the community.
Witor Industrial Record: The result is a town of 2500 inhabi-
igration now seems to be the mot tants. The promoters own the public util-
auigration owities and many factories, all built with


important question in te muMus 0o .u"n
having the best interests of the State at
heart.
There are various classes iof immigrants
needed to develop all the resources of the
State. There is no more important class
ian the homeseeker with $500 or $1,000
to invest. This class are industrious and
must work for a living. Speculation, buy-
fag and selling, are not practiced by this
lass. They want a home and employ-
ment. Their capital is too limited to buy
L city lot or a farm and an outfit of stock,
tools, etc.
This is the most numerous class, the
great middle class. The man without a
ade or profession, of middle age and
with savings of a few hundred dollars.
Thousands of such people could be lo-
ated in Florida in a very short time if
lad owners would make them a reason-
able proposition.
The two attractions for a man of small
sap and a big family are a home with
the comforts of civilization and constant
ad .proftable employment.
If to this can be added a life insurance
policy and old age benefit sufficient to
protect from poverty, there are millions
tat will avail themselves of it.
This can all be done by any man own-
tog a few thousand acres of land at but
little immediate expense and ultimately at
ai inmmeu e profit.
The Plan.
liven a tract of ten thousand acres of
^* asge pia land. Lay off 1,000 town
t 1, Il00 one-mare lots near the town
and 1,00 five acre lots just beyond.
aell a town lot, a one-acre lot and a
ve-acer lot as a set. Sell 100 sets at
a, equaling $10,00. Let conditions of
msl be that every dollar derived from sale
a lots shall be invested in public utilities
W proceeds of first sale build an elec-
.Jight and power plant and waterworks.
.As som a .these are assured, offer small
Jifcturers free sites and light, power
and water at eost, if they will locate at
tMi town.
As an extra inducement to the manufac-
the character of the citizens should
*t shown. They will not be rovers or an-
archists, but every man will own a home
4 town, a garden hard by and a little
farm within a few miles. When water-
works and light plant are established, it
will be easy to sell the next. 100 sets at
$150, equaling $15,000. With this build
co-operative store, packing house, sugar
mill and canning, pickling and preserving
'plant. Now with a town of 1,000 inhab-
itants, with all modern conveniences, with
numerous factories, etc., the best propo-
altion on earth can be made to home-
dekers.
A residence lot in an up-to-date town,
S'one-acre irrigated garden, and a five-
acre farm all can be sold for a fraction of
the price of a 60x100 foot city lot. In
this community the head of the family can
work for wages, and the old men and boys
can make the living for the family by
cultivating the land. With such advan-
tages the lots will sell readily. .
If only odd numbered lots have been
Pid there will remain 300 odd numbered
lota. A low price for these would be $200
a aet equaling $0,000.
Now be honest, tote fair and invest the
proceeds in some kind of manufacturing


the other fellows' money, yet there has
been no graft, because every man can
readily sell his holdings at a big price.
Besides this, the promoters own 500 sets
of lots worth a quarter of a million dol-
lars.
The original investment, the price of
10,000 acres of cut-over lands and a few
hundred dollars for advertising. This can
be done in a thousand places in Florida.
If you want colored labor, you can get
the pick of all the South on such a proposi-
tion.
If you want the best of the foreigners
this plan will get them.
A home in a modern town, a farm that
will insure a living and constant profitable
employment will surely attract good peo-
ple. Yours, etc.,
J. N. TAYLOR.

BARTOW ISSUES A CALL FOR A LA-
BOR CONFERENCE.
Bartow, Florida, Dec. 13, 1906.
Editor hldustrial Record-As an employer,
the very unsatisfactory conditions pre-
vailing in the labor market cannot have
failed to impress you. That the legiti-
mate industries of the country are being
hampered almost to the point of total
paralysis, is admitted by all who are en-
gaged in industrial enterprises, and we are
looking in a blind, groping fashion for
some solution to this very vexatious prob-
lem. In view of this, the Bartow Board
of Trade has appointed the undersigned as
a special committee to devise some method
for meeting the present untoward situa-
tion. We have decided that the problem
is too large for us, and calls for the united
intelligence of all of us who are interested,
and have therefore decided to call a con-
vention of employers to meet in Bartow,
Florida, at the Court House on Thursday,
the 27th of December at 10 o'clock a. m.,
for the purpose of considering this ques-
tion and, if possible, finding a remedy for
what have become unbearable conditions.
We have no "fad" that we are asking
you to come and endorse. We are no
worse off than you are, but we are search-
ing for better things for you as well as
for ourselves and we earnestly ask you
to come and help us. Bring all of the
good gray matter you have in your head
along with you when you come. If you
find yourself fondling some petty little
scheme for getting gthe best of your neigh-
bor and profiting at his expense, lock that
in your private drawer and leave it at
home, but come just the same. We are
all having troubles of our own and what
we want is a solution of the problem that
will take in all of its factors.
Again we urge you to come and meet
with us. You need us as much as we need
you. The whole State is introuble and the
whole State must find its remedy.
E. W. CODINGTON,
J. G. BOYD,
T. W. GARY, Committee.

Christmas Holiday Rates via Atlantic
Coast Line to all Points.
See the nearest railroad agent. Remem-
ber that the round trip is one fare and
one-thi-d plus 25 cents. If you want Pull-
man reservations, schedules or other defi-
nite information, write to Frank C. Boyls-
ton, District Passenge rAgent, Atlantic
Coast Line, Jacksonville, Fla.


IT MOVES WHEN YOU DO.


BOYS PORTABLE FIREPLACE.
Manufactured by Boyd & Presley, Valdoa-
ta, Ga. Shipping Points: Boyd & Pres-
ley, Valdosta, Ga., and Palatka, Fla.;
Marion Hardware Co., Ocala, Fla.; Sau,
den Mill Company, Penaaola, Fla.


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FIR IXNSURANCL


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HICKS' GAS MOTOR COMPANY
We are pleased to uanoune to our
Southern trade that our new modern works
at W1ay Co, Ga., for the manufaeturing of
the Hicks Patent Tandem Gas and Gaso-
line Engines is completed and i opeatio,
building Stationary, Portablead arina
Engines, from 2 to 500 IL P., also Gas
Producers, Pumps and Gasoline Motor
Street Can. While the Hicks Engines are
far superior to the old single cylinder en-
gines, our prices are no higher.
Send for catalogues and gt posted.
Agents wanted.
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Large or small tracts of timber
lends, also cut over lands, suitable
for colonies, stock-raising and
game preserves in Florida and
Georgia.
Also Suburban Lots in Den-
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Wayeros. Write us for full par-
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J J. DORMINY, Broxtsm, Ga. .. G. KIBLAND, NichoL~ Ga.
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General Banking.


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Clyde Steamship Company


NEW YORK, CHARLESTON AND FLORIDA LINES
The magnifiemt steanship of this Hne are appointed to Mil follows, aWi at
Char.e os., a C, both ways.
ram New York, PFr Jacksvirr fr
(Pier S North River.) STEAMER. Cbadrlto and New TYrkL
Saturday, Dee. at3:00pm...... IROQUOIS......Friday Dee. 7at 10:00am
Tuesday, Dec. 4,at3:00pm..... .*APACHE......Sunday, Dee. 9,at 1:00am
Wednesday, Dec. 5, at 3:00pm .... ALGONQUIN .... Monday, Dec 10, at 10:00a
W-day, Dec. 7,at 3:00pm .... ARAPAHOE... .Wedneday, Dee. 12, ta 10:00am
Saturday, Dee. 8, at 3:00pm .......HURON.......Friday, Dee. 14,at 10:00a
Tuesday, Dec. 11, at 3:00pm.... *COMANCHE..... Sunday, De. 16, at 10:60am
Wednesday, Dec. 12,at 3:00pm...... IROQUOIS......Monday, Dee. 17,at 10:00km
Friday, Dec. 14, at 3:00pm. .......APACHE...... Wednesday, Dee. 10, at 10:00am
Saturday, Dec. 15, at 3:00pm ..... ALGONQUIN ... Friday, Dee. 21, at 10:00am
Tuesday, Dec. 18, at 3:00pm ..... ARAPAHOE..... Sunday, Dee. 2, at 10:00am
Friday, Dec. 21, at 3:00pm.... COMANCHE.... Wednesday, Dee. 2K, at 10:00ao
saturday, De. 22, at 3:00 pm.......HURON.......Friday, De.28 at 10:0km
Tueday, Dec. 25, at 12:00p'n......*APACHE......Sunday, Dee. 0, at 10:0am
Wednesday, Dec. 26, at 3:00pm...... IROQUOIS......Monday, Dec. l, at 10:0as
Friday, Dec.28,at3:00pm .....ARAPAHOE....Wednesday, Jan. 2,atl0:0km
Saturday, Dec. 29, at 3:00pm..... ALGONQUIN.... Friday, Jan. 4, at 10:00
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Saturday, Dee. 15 ................. 10NONDAtA ................Satuda, fe. 2
Saturday, Dee. 22 ................ WcPP A ................. Satmay, e.
*Via Brunswick and Charleston. **Via Brunswei. ||Via Charletee.

CLYDE ST. JOHNS RIVER LINE
betwee Ja.dmevilDe ad bdteL.
topping at Palatka, Astor, St. Francis, Barefod (DdLaad), sad ltem iit
landings on St. Johns River.
STEAMERS "CITY OF JACKSONVILLE"
AND "FREDRICK DE BARY"
Are appointed to sail as follows: Leave Jacksonville daily except Saturdays at .
3:30 p. m. Returning, leave Sanford daily except Sundays at 9:30 a. m.
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Leave 3:00a.m........................ Astor ........................ :30p. .
.. Beresford (Dend) ............ 1:00 p. m.
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F. M.r ONIOXONER, Jr., Asst. Gen'l Pass. Agent, 122 W. Bay t.. Jaeksovile, Fla.
W. G. COOPER, Jr.. Frt. Agt. C. P. LOVELL, Spt.
Foot of Hogan Street, Jacksonville, Fla.
A. C. HAGERTY, CLYDE MULNE,
Gen' Eastern Pass. Agt.. New York. en'l Frt. At, New York.
THEO. G. EGER, V. P. and G. M.
General Offices. Pier 36, North River. Branch, 290 Broadway, New York.


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Manufacturers of High Grade

Western White Oak Spirit Barrels


Capital $200,000.

JACKSONVILLE, FLA.


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

OFFICE RS. :
J. C. LITTLE, President. JOHN E. HARRIS, Vioe-President.
E. H. MOTE, General ManAger. C. H. BARNES, Secretary and Treasurer.


C. LITTLE,


JOHN E. HARRI3,
W. C. POWELL,


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


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


W. J. KELLY


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


EALS IN Turpentine Operators' Supplies
OP EVBRY DESCRIPTION
Flat Savannah Prices paid for Rosin and Turpentine, less
Customary Charges.
CORRESPONDENCE SO CITED.
Offis-American National Bank Bldg., Tampa, Fla.
Yards, Port Tampa City.


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A-rlIIW U>'.T1 B PATSIT.

NeMote is hreby given that the under-
Wldn wir apply to the Honorable Na-
poleaS B. Bwat, Gaemrnor of the State
of Florida, a the 21st day of January,
17w, far Itters patent incrporating the
(Car Naval Stores Company under the
following proposed charter, the original
Swhich is now on file in the office of the
serdtary of State of the State of Florida.
D. M. FLYNN,
C. C. BAWLES,
JOHN F. MeNAIB.
The undersigned hereby associate them-
selves together for the purpose of becom-
ing incorporated and forming a corporation
under ad by virtue of the laws of the
state of Florida, wth and under the fol-
lowing proposed charter:
L
The name of this corporation shall be
UARA NAVAL STORES COMPANY, and
Ms business shall be conducted in the
tate of Florida, in other States of the
United States of America, and in foreign
eauntrie wherever necessary or conven-
imt.~ The principal o ee of said corpora-
tiM shall be in the city of Jacksonville,
County of Dval, State of Florida.
IL
ThI general nature of the business to
be thsaseted by said corporation shall be:
To Iy, sell and deal in, for its own ae-
emat and Oa commission, turpentine, rosin
Sall kinds of naval store, cotton, tim-
bar ad agricultural products; to buy, sell
and deal in groceries, dry goods, hardware
sad all kinds of merhandise; to advasee
and an money on the security of lands,
ero, peraoal property or commercial
paper; to bay, own, mortgage, sell and
Lassa leads; to operate stills, mills and
da-sery for the manufacture of naval
wste products; to build, buy, sell, base,
a-- own, tr, hire, or operate 'es-
lstrsawy, railways, dredges, lighters,
1M6 eC othe veMome or a esas
af *--Aptatio, for the transportati
of sp m r a poad.ats held, e .atrolled.
|i0 owl 01- t sr y V aid eorp -
tuse o thr perans or corporations i
em-tle with the emaMs et his er-
peran, but aot to uae said means of
teaporatio ifor the purpose of doing
the fuhe otffa mo s ondr r; to om-
te lmbr, n maroaA-tiss ad tm.m
ber -rods, sad lease, hir, own and use
rowing timber fdr naval sores, Inmber
al ndther purposes, oa asmmissi or oth-
erw m; to set as brokers, factor or agent
In the purchase, sale, management and iA-
posiaion of real property antd me preduete
thereof; to subscribe hI, psrnes, we-
alve, own, hold fr nIestme otr other-
wis, sel, dispose of sad wafk adwaese
upon stocks, em, bamh& seseities or
ehlltw len of ther eorpoatoes wherewe
heated or Gae s o i, engaged i or par-
' ing any ea or me of the kinds of busd-
usenss, eis bet or eperatins lndiest-ed
herein, or of ny corporati holding or
Owning stocks o ir b ati of any sek
earporatioa, and while the holder or owner
of any .tock, bonds, or or oigtions
to exercise aD the rights, powers and
privileges of ownership thereof, and to
exereie all and any voting powers thereof;
to borrow money and to secure the same
by mortgages, deeds, bonas, notes or other
olUiations therefore; to have a Hea upon
all the shares of any stockholder who may
became indebted to this corporation in any
capacity, whether individually, as co-part-
ars, surety or otherwise; to make by-
law in furtherams hereof as may be


Nde I beat; and generally to srie
such powers a may be ineidaet w con-
venient to the purpose or businesses of this
corporation, and to have, exercise and en-
joy al the rights, powers and privileges in-
eaent to corporations organized and ex*
sting under and by virtue of the laws of
the State of Florida.
I.
The amount of the capital stock of this
corporation shall be Thirty Thousand Dol-
lars (0,000.00), to be divided into Three
Hundred shares of the par value of One
Hundred Dollars ($100.00) each. Ten per
cent of said capital stock shall be sub-
scribed and paid for before said corpora-
tion shall transact any business. All or
any part of said capital stock may be
payable in or issued or used for the pur-
chase of property, labor or services at a
just valuation thereof to be fixed by the
Board of Directors at a meeting to be
called for that purpose.
IV.
The term for which said corporation
shall exist shall be ninety-nine years.
V.
The business of said corporation shall
be conducted by the following ofcers: A
President, a Vice-President, a Secretary, a
Treasurer, ad a Board of not less than
three ao more than thirteen Diretors.
The offices of Secretary and Treasurer may
be held by the am persl The Boar
of Directors may appoint subordinate offi-
rs of this corporation, having such pow-
ers, duties ad terms of oiee as may be
provided by the by-laws. The Directers
shall be elected by the stockholders at
each aaual meeting. All other omff
of this corporation shall be elected an-
nually by the Directors. The date of the
annual meeting of this corporation shall
be fixed by the by-laws. The stockholders
shall meet on the 2th day of January,
190, being the first annual meeting, at
the oees of this corporation in the city
of .bJa-n vil, Ilhrids, at 11 a. ms, fr
the purpose of adopting by-laws, holding
Ist sheut of officer ad complete
the aoani atis of this eorpenati. V-
til the omeesa elected at the first elected
dha be quled, the business of this ar-
poratioa shall be conducted by the follow-
ing named officers: D. M. Flynn, Pfrd-
dent, John r. MeNair, Vice-Pred-t; C.
c. alwla, aeretary and Treasre; and
D. M. Flyn, C. C Rawis sad John F.
MaINas as Directors.
VI.


The highest amount of indebtedness or
Iftba to which this corporation shall at
say tis embeet itself shall be twice the
amen t of the sathorised capital stock
VIL
The ams d residences of the sub-
seribing eorporators of said corporation,
together with the amount of capital stock
subribbed for by each, are as follows: D
M. Flyn, Jacksonville, Florida, 40 shares;
C. 0. Bawle, Montbrook, Florida, 40
shares; John F. MeNair, LrImnburg, North
Croftsa, 40 shares.
D. M. FLYNN,
C. C. RAWLES,
JOHN F. MeNAIR.

State of Florida, County of Duval, ss.
Persnally appeared before me D. M.
Flynn, C. C. Rawles and John F. MeNair,
ach of whom are well known to me, and
known to me to be the individuals describ-
ed in and who subscribed and executed the
foregoing charter, and severally acknow-
ledged that they executed the same for the
purposes therein expressed.


I WTIB WHEREOP I have here-
unto set my hand and offial seal i the
city of Jacksonville, Duval ODunty, Flor-
ida, this 22d day of November, 1906.
IMVID R. WILLIAAMS
Notary Public State of Florida at large.
(Notarial Sea.)


My commission expires November 30, 1907. phb- ISa.
Dee. 21--t


HUTCHINSON AUDIT CO.

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WHOLESALE & IJETAIL

HARDWARE

SASH, DOORS, BLINDS, PAINTS.

Oils, Glass, Stoves, Tinware, Country Holloware.


ME WEST MAT STREET.


JACKSONVILLE. ILA.


East Coast Lumber Co.
ROUGH AND DRESSD LON LNEAP

Yellow Pine Lumber

Bundled Rosin Barrel Staves in Carload Lots
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DUBBCTOIB: C. B. Rogers, W. A. Gallaher, E. A. Ch amplain, D. H. McMillan and J. A: Cranford,'of Jaehkswvle;
B. F. Bullard, Tampa; C. M. Covington, Pensacola.


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Co.


PAID UP CAPITAL $500,ooo000.

Main Office and Storage Rooas, Jacksonville, Fla., with Branches In Tampa, Pensacola, la.,
and Savannah, Ga.

SThe Coonollated Grocery Company is successor to the C. B. Rogers Company, of Jacksonville; the Florida Grocery Copmmy
of ackaonville; the grocery branch of Florida Naval stores and Commision Company, of Jacksonville; the grocery branch of the
MutAl Naval Stores Company,,of Jaqkaoni"ill the grocery branch of the Gulf Naval Stores Company, of Tampa; the grocery brae
of the Gulf Naval Stdae Company of Penaeola; the grocery brt ieh of thK West' Coast Naval Stores Company, of P-mea&; 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.


Shipment 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.


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GROCERY


CO.,


Headquarters 116 to 120 East Bay street, Jacksonville, Fla.
Branches Tamp.. Fl.., Pensacola. Flar., and Savannah. Ga.
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CONSOLIDATED





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orrnda for


Christmas Gifts


BJ V9 IJWAS 9~7iF go choice as a DiEmgnd. None so permanently yVl J. Caprypg the
Slargest tock in this section we offer a range of prices to suit ev*ry purse. 'Direct im-
porters for more than twenty years, we save you the middleman's profit.


HOLIDAY NOVELTIES


HOLIDAY NOVELTIES


Call and examine our stock; we may have suggestions that will help you in your choice of a gift. If you
wish an article for a dollar, or something for many hundreds, we have it, and you receive the same careful atten-
tion. If unable to call, write for our new illustrated catalogue. Mail orders receive prompt
A attentin |.


4W, INI~AF CRBLOSY CO.
JEWELERS AND SILVERSSMITHS


4J Wret -ay Strort


JACKSONVILLE. FLA.


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Half Tones-Zinc Etchings

ilustratina and Engravina Department


OF


THE FLORIDA TIMES-UNION.
Splendidly equipped for business. Half Tones 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 1WII U U In Rli1 i I Ulii lllllII Illi ILHI0G PII1CIIP3 III POIllP.


bI WurmmG OR APPLYING FOR PRICES, GIVE THE MOST EXPLICIT DESCRIPTION OF WHAT IS WANTED
GOOD WORK AND PROMPT DEUVERIES PROMISED.


A Florida


Enterprise.


Try It.


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