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FLORIDA'S PROGRESS AND
LAND AND LABOR MUST ALWAYS REMAIN THE PRIME
SOURCES OF ALL HUMAN WEALTH, AND FOR THIS REASON
LAND VALUES MUST IN ALL COmmmuIlIKS ALWAYS AF-
FORD ONE OF THE MOST INFALLIBLE INDICATIONS OF THE
PROSPERITY OF ANY GIVEN SECTION, AND THE STEADILY
INCREASING VALUE OF REALTY IN THIS CITY AND, IN
FACT, THROUGHOUT THE ENTIRE STATE, MAY SAFELY BE
TAKEN AS AN INDICATION OF THE GENERAL PROSPERITY
OF FLORIDA BY THE PROSPECTIVE INVESTOR AND IMMI-
%sRANT, WHO WILL FIND RECORDED IN THE PAGES OF THE
INDUSTRIAL RECORD FROM WEEK TO WEEK THE STORY
OF THE STATE'S PROGRESS AND PROSPERITY.
,CONSOLIDATED- NAVAL STORES COMPANY.
Home Office: JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
Branches: Savannah. a,, and Peasacola, Fla.
W. C OWL. Polin. l a au. LLAKD, .L. ( VICON. J. A. CRA FORD, R H. MeNILAN, R. POWELLC, MN OWVVUM. JOmr B.
VOWELU, Vie Prdmte; C. P. IA rralaukY, Seretary and Tremer.
AUCCTIVE COnITru: W. C Poweb, C. & =E,, H. L iaten, &B F. Bllard, J. A. Dan.eud.
ILcrCToa: W. C. A'a, a F. Hard. C. J. A. a d, W. J. um Jh H. Joh JIL Nlr. W.r. (.LL.. ILO L.wtbeg, C. i walg EL .L
MeMinnM, 3. Pwea, C. IL. Coiagten, &. A. Aled.
NAVAL STORES FACTORS
SPaid in Capital Stock, $2,500,000
Owned and Controlled by Practical Operators.
t The 'Consolldated" Is purely a co-operative Coapany. Its Interests are Identical with those
of the Producers. The patronage of turpentine operators everywhere Invited.
Two Million acres of Land and Timber for sale on easy terms.
SProducers are invited to call o correspond.
WHOT IFALE MERCHANTS.
Dry Goods, Notions. Men's Furnishings
Blankets. Conmforts, Convict Clothing,
Manufacturers of TURPENTINE STILLS
Complete Outfits and Extra Kettles, Caps, Arms, Worms, Fur-
nace Doors and Grates always on hand
Old Stills taen'in part New Work repairin dene
payment for in the country
Heavy Cowpers mltMO. Steam Pipe amd Specia Cperw Work
Ais Fayetteville,N. C. Savannah, Ga. Mole, Al.
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PUP JI4HD EVERY SATURDAY. DEVOTED TO NAVAL STORES, LUMBER AND MANUFACTURING wi wib i b.
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v011V 0111 Twpd OpuimO'f T AdbdPI1 01 & APM 27. SU a0s 0116d Chum. of do .St- Cm GmweW Ammem. 1; by G, Mi Sawmill Amin~ 0&jdm dWmdm-r.L-St= o Sas AmG
Government Aid to Lumbermen,
Farmers and Owners of
Why the Forest Service of the United
States offers assistance to farmers, lum-
bermen and other owners of forest lands
is explained in a circular just issued by
S the department of agriculture from which
the following extracts are made:
The forest lands of the United States
are owned in three separate ways: First,
by the government of the United States,
to which belong the national forests; sec-
ond, by some of the States; and third,
by private owner--individuals, companies
or institutions. The private forest lands
exceed in area those of the States and
the federal government combined, and
their preservation in a condition to pro-
daue timber aad to conserve the water
supply is of vast importance to the na-
tion. The treatment which they usually
receive tends to destroy their value rather
than to sustain or increase it. The reason
is evident. Like other private property,
these lands are held for the returns they
yield; and the owners have only begun to
understand that it pays better as a rule,
to protect a forest, in harvesting the tim-
ber arop, than to destroy it. The Forest
Service, therefore, offers practical assist-
ames to private owners in devising definite
plans for the proper care and management
of their forest lands, in order that the
lands may be kept permanently and in-
The lands are mainly of two kinds-
small holdings, for the most part farmers'
wood lots, ad large timber tracts.
NM for C ratian
Throughout a very large portion of the
United States nearly every farm has a
certain part of it are under wood, either
planted, as in regions otherwise treeless,
or of natural growth. The value of this
ooded portion, besi affording prte-
tio from the wind, is chiefly for fuel,
fencing and railroad ties, with some build-
ing material and the wood needed for spee-
al uses about the farm. Without the
wood lt the farm very often would be an
unprotable investment, because the far-
mer would not afford to buy the wood
which now costs him very little except the
labor of cutting ad moving it. But in the
majority of eases this part of the farm
is far less useful than it might easily be
made. This is true because the farmer
does not study its productive capacity
as he does that of his fields and pastures,
and hence does not make it yeld as fully
as he might, with little or no additional
labor, if he wet about it in the right way.
Large bodies of forest lad, in almost
every wooded portion of this country, have
come into the hands of private owners and
an held for their value as sources of tim-
ber. Under the usual methods of lum-
bering, the harvesting of the present crop
of timber on these private lands is com-
moMly accompanied by the destruction of
the trees now too small to be profitably
cut. The small trees, if left unharmed,
would form the basis of a future crop,
often of more value than the first. It also
frequently happens that the first cutting
removes from the forest the more valua-
ble species only, so that the future growth
is not nearly so valuable as it would be if
the species of less value were taken and
if selected trees of the best varieties were
left to provide seed for a future stand.
The trained foresters of the Forest Service
give advice as to what trees should be eat
and what left, and also tell how the cut-
ting can best be carried on to protect the
trees which it would not now be advisable
to cut. They are frequently able to sug-
gest markets for the less desirable kinds
and to make suggestions for preventing
waste in large tops, high stumps, and
partly defective trees.
Prtectis Against ire.
Fire so frequently follows the lumber-
man, in spite of his precautions, that in
many places it is thought to be inevita-
ble. Only too often, also, fire burns over
the forests before they are cut, killing
trees and reducing the value of the tim-
ber when cut. In every region of the
United States adequate protection against
fires is urgently needed. Often a well-
planned and well-executed system of fire
protection is ll that's required to enable.
a cut-over area to renew itself or to en-
able a forest already growing to increase
greatly in value in a few years. The
Forest Service is prepared to devise defi-
nite, practical plans that will aid in pro-
tecting private holdings from fire.
Nature af An-sta Given.
The assistance rendered is advisory, by
means of correspondence or publications,
or is embodied in a report based on a
personal examination of the tract. If de-
sired, the report is a practical working
plan, in which details are given for proper
care aad management. Such a working
plan includes a classification of forest land,
an estimate of the merchantable timber,
and a study of the young growth, which
is a basis for a second crop; it offers rec-
ommendations for lumbering and for the
future care of the forest, and usually in-
eludes a forest map. The Forest Service
does not, however, put the plan into execu-
tion except in special cases.
The examination of wood lots is made
by regions in which the headquarters of
the forest officers making the examina-
tions are established at central points.
The Forest Service pays the salary and
the traveling expenses of the agent to the
region; the owner provides only for his
traveling expenses from headquarters or
from a point en route to and from the
tract aad for his maintenance while mak-
ing the examination.
In making preliminary examinations of
large tracts the Forest Service pays the
Georgia Sets the Pace.
And Shows the Entire South How to Secure ...Lz..z n.
A recent Atlanta dispatch gives the fol- grants continues to come, and as rapidly
lowing interesting information concerning
the immigration movement in Georgia:
The present status of immigration for
Georgia and a suggestion of the work be-
ing done by the Georgia Immigration As-
sociation is explained in an interview with
Mr J. A. Betjeman, the chairman of the
Executive Committee. He stated that the
work had progressed without interruption
since the Macon convention last February;
that there are to-day quite a number of
colonies or communities of immigrants in
the State and that their number is being
augmented by carefully selected people
arriving almost every week. Among oth-
ers he mentioned the Germans at Bremen,
Swedes at Rome, a Swedish colony near
Savannah, the Hungarian colony at Buda-
pest, the Austrian colony at Pin, the
German colony near Sparta, and last, the
Swiss colony near Mount Airy, which has
recently begun to grow again, all of which
is splendidly augmented by the Scotch
immigrants at Savannah, Atlanta and Co-
lumbus, not to mention the Germans and
the Belgians at Grifin, Columbus and At-
lanta, who came over on the "Wittekind.'
Mr. Betjeman stated that without ex-
ception, these people are doing well, and
that because of their industry and thrift
they were, as rule, receiving the same
wages paid the natives. He added that
the wage offered an agriculturalist, a la-
borer or a mechanic at most points in the
South to-day was more conspicuously de-
pendent upon the energy of the individual
than ever before. The request for immi-
salary of the agent, while the owner pays
his traveling and living expenses fuom
and to Washington, if a special trip is
necessary, or if there is an officer in the
region, from the nearest point on his route
If, as a result of the preliminary exami-
nation, the owner decides to have a work-
ing plan made, be pays the total expenses
of making the plan, including salaries.
Where, however, the preparation of the
plan will be of unusual educational value
or if no working plans have been made in
the region in question, the Forest Service
may share a portion of the expenses.
The recommendations of the examining
officer on the working plan need not be
put into execution unless satisfactory; but
when a plan has been accepted the owner
will be expected to enter upon its exeeu-
tion and to give such reports upon the
work as the service may request of him.
If deemed advisable by the service, aad if
desired by the owner, a personal inspection
of the work carried out under the provis-
ions of the report submitted to him will be
Tracts of any size, from 5 aeres up, will
be considered, and applications will be
taken up at the earliest convenience of the
as is consistent with good results these
requests will be supplied.
Mr. Betjeman was asked if he did not
think that Georgia lands should be retain-
ed for Georgia children. In reply be quot-
ed from the 1900 census:
Figures from the Census.
"Such ideas as that are expressed by mn-
thinking people or by those who have some
ulterior motive to serve. If by leaving
alone the question of introducing carefully
selected able-bodied, pure-blooded white
people, the natural tendency of our eiti-
zens would be to do what you suggt,
there might be some rhyme or reason in
the suggestion. How far our natural ten-
deney is from 'retaining Georgia lands for
Georgia children' is strikingly shown by
the 1900 census, which shows approximate-
ly 22,00 farms within this State owned
by negroes, the aggregate aereag being
considerably over a million and a halfl
acrs. Does that look like you are hed-
ing your land for your own children Ex-
cept in the rarest instances you eanno
show where a single piece of property han
enhanced in value because of negro own-
ership. In eomi t where any coa-
siderable proportion of the population is
negroes, you will always find property
values lowest in that section given oer
for their use, whether it be a farming
community or a residence seetio of the
town or village. The converse is aso-
lutely true, where either farms or town
property are occupied by the people s me
in the colonies that I have just mention
service. No application will be eonsidere
which contemplates the are of tres plant-
ed for decorative purposes, or any phase of
the work which properly beoags to lad-
seape gardening, since such work is entire-
ly out of the province of the Forest Ser-
In all States where a trained forester i
employed the service will co-operate with
him whenever posible.-Cattanmoo
ANOTHER NIW FIR
The Baskette Company has purchased
the Jones-Shaylor business in the Duval
building, ad will conduct a first-elsa dry
The new company consists ot H. W. Bas-
kette, president; L. V. Sprouill, secretary
and treasurer, and Mesrs. Telfair Stock-
ton and E. C. Budd.
Mr. Baskette, the president of the eom-
pany, has been with Coen Brothers ir
eleven years. He has been the buyer of
dress goods aad silks for that estaldish-
meat, aad there is no better posted man
in the business. He has many friis
here, and all who know him am connt
of his success in his new field.
4 THB WEEKLY INDUSTRIAL RECORD.
I Items of Interest
It is announced that President W. A.
Barber, of the Carolina and Northwestern
Railroad has telegraphed Governor Glenn,
of North Carolina, from New York, that
his road would put the 2%-cent rate Into
effect on August 8th.
The first report to the comptroller of
the currency by J. K. McDonad, receiver
of the Fort Dallas National Bank of Mi-
am, shows the total assets of the beak
to be h 67,701. The receiver estimates
137,70 as good, $404,575 a doubtful ad
134,665 as worthless. The total liabili-
ties, which does not include the capital
stock, amount to P577,076.
The American Tobacco Company and
fourteen subsidiary corporations will be
represented at the trial of the suit of the
government against the so-called trust,
by Junius Parker, the junior counsel for
the parent company. He has filed notice
of this in the office of the clerk of the
United States circuit court, as Wii iam-
son W. Fuller, chief counsel, is named as
a defendant in the government's suit in
equity to dissolve the American company.
All the defendants will have to file an-
swers to the complaint on the first Mon-
day in September. when the out-of-town
defenednts must give notice of represen-
tation by counsel.
Appointments of notaries public for
week ending August 3: Miss Hattie L.
Smith, 1519 Central avenue, Tampa, Fla.;
James T. Etheridge (J. P.), Bascom, Fla.;
J. E. Cook (J. P.), Bascom, Fla.; E. J.
Armstrong, Clearwater, Fla.; T. H. Carroll,
Jacksonville, Fla.; J. T. McKinnon, De-
Funisk Springs, Fla.; H. G. Wilson, Day-
tona BMeae, Fla.; H. L. Cherry, St. Pe-
tersbmrg, Fl.; D. H. Doig, Jacksonville,
Fla.; Mathew Sullivan, Winter Haven,
Fa.; J. Hamilton Williams, Bowling
Green, Fla.; William D. Powell, Penacola,
lM.; F. J. Nivar, Daytona, Fl.; Ben-
jamin RI Chambers, Holland, la.; A. S
King, Crystal River, Fla.; L. Raymond
Osteen, Tampa, Fl.; Lucian C. Algee,
Tampa, Fla.; Joseph R. Ritter, care R. G.
Ross, Jacksonville, Fla.; Allan O. Peare,
Ehren, Fi.; Miss Lona Simmons, Marian-
na, Fla.; R. H. Chapman, lake City, Fla.;
W. W. Giles, Live Oak, Fla.; C M. Me-
Intosb, Standard, Flia.
A prohibition meeting was recently held
in Pensaeola in the Y M. C. A. building.
The Eseambia County Prohibition League
was organized, with a large membership,
and it is proposed by the members of the
league to wage a war against the sale of
liquor in that county, which is one of the
few counties where liquor is now sold in
the State. Pettions are in cireulatio,
wdhieh wil be presented to the board of
county commissioners at its next meeting,
requesting that they call a special elec-
tion within thirty days, when it will be
decided whether liquor is to be sold or not.
The contract for the Seaboard Air Line's
new viaduct on East Adams street has
been awarded to Phillips & Turnbull
Work will be begun in the near future.
Joseph Givens, one of the wealthiest tur-
pentine operators in Alabama, was killed
last Monday by his wife. Mr. Givens, it
T. a. Hutihiad Jamnvi, in.
Walter Muklow, Jacke-viml, lI.
rigg Hardware C1o, VIahM Ga.
C(oumreial ank, Jaekmmnvi FMs
Chaa BMum a O., J aek e Fla.
Joseph Zapf & ao., J, h.
OX= A"D CRATBM
Cummer Lamber Co, Jacksoauvm, f1.
Geo. R. Foter, Jr., Jeekaesmivil k.
Geo. Falterr, Jr, Jadcmanyiv 1
Roland Woodward, Jaeksonvill, Fi.
Craig & Br,. J. A, JaMMornil, 71.
Standard Clothing C, Jacksile, Fl.
ash and mIob
M. A. Baker, Brnswick, Ga.
l1orida Cooperage t..Jacksonville, Fla.
Win. D. Jones, Jacksoville, Fla.
Tampa Drug COa, TaM1a, 111.
Southern Drug MIf. CO., JacnLealS, la
Growver-Stewart Drug O., JaMkonville
Coviigton C. The. Jac miwle, r.
Merrill-Stevren O, Jacksoville, Fla.
Schoeld'M So CoJp. 8, Maeo, Ga.
Lombard Ire Works and Sn ply O., Au-
Beao & O., W. A., Jaeksonvfls, 1.M
S-oad 'sa S8os Go., J. 8, Mason, Ga.
Lombard Iron Works & Supply Co., Au-
Stuart-Bertein O., Jaekuonvlle, PF.
Craig & Bro., J. A., JadMBErll, PA.
taudard Clothrg O., Jackuonville, In.
William Co, J. P, Savannah, OG.
Young Co., John 8 Lvaum, Ga.
Bond & Bour. O. The, Jaisdiaille, 1An
brigk, W. H., Hardwae O., VaMosta, Oa
Tag Hadwnre Oa, TM 1.
Weed & O, J avrn-h. Ga.
HAY AD UGRAn.
Sems & 0o. Wi. A., Jaeskmnail, Li.
Craig Bro, J. A, JaeksomydlJ, P
Standard Clothing o. Jacksonv, aie
Aragon The, Jacksonville, Fl.
Telford Hotel, White Springp 1
Merrill-Stevena Co., Jaeksonvile, ha.
Schodeld's 8oa Co. J. ., Maeon, Ga.
Florida Life Iagra. OC., J1-e vs
R. M. Roe o., Jacksouvle, Fl.
Blum & ok, C( Jackamnvi, m.
Altmayer & Fltan li r O, Mase (Ga
Joseph ZEpft & O. Jashaoville, In.
Spereer Medicine Co., Cattan a, n.
MACHOI WOR n
Schodeld's So. O., J. S, Mesa, G.
Lombard Ira Works. Aqplta, Oa.
MATERIALS FOIR luxrsW- Lo PRO-
SehoeW'sa CSo o., J. a, Msse, G.
Mrarmn Ur a. JX4m1ie h-i-
nak ml Mesl.
Baker, M. A, Brnawiek, Ga, and Pews-
Sehodeld's So Co., J. ., Maons, Ge.
Tampa Hardware Co, Tampa, FM.
Weed & Co., J. D., Savannah, Ga.
Maleby Macinmry Co., Jaksonvil, ra.
Brig hardware o, Valdota, G
Lombard Iron Works & Supply Co, Au-
Tampa Moaimmntal Weks, Tampl, l hi
MULES AMD BOamS
W. A. Cook, Tamp. fi.
American Naval Stoas, Co, Hom Odfe,
Peniamlar Naval Stre o., Tampm, fs.
Barnes & Jea p Ok, Jackmmvie Fla.
Comolidated Naval stores Co., Jakson-
Union Naval Stres o, Mobile, Ala
Wet-Flyn-Harri Co., Jacksonvil, Fi.
Willims Co., J. P, Savannah, Ga.
Young Co, John ., Savannah, Ge.
Southern States Naval Stares Oa., aSvas-
Bond & Bour O, Jaksokanvilse, 1a
Tampa Hardware Go., TampM, IM.
Lombard Iron Works & Supply Co., Au-
Memrr-Stevems 0., Jaekavlle, 1k.
ehoaeld's Sons 8 ., J. S. Mao, Ge.
mAn n a.w
Atlantie Coat ILae.
Brobston & Co., Jaeksaovfle, Fa.
Lombard Iron Works & Supply Co., Au-
IOL XORSmis TOO2L
CoD-i Tedool o., Jackaeivl, Ph.
Operr* Tel O., GIoNN 0Ca d--,
Greeeaf & am sby Gon, aismsavie, Is.
Hea A r, Jslasmr. A.
R. Biles JaJkMnwll, f.
YELLOW IM3 LUM L.
Cnmmer Lamber Go., Jadmamis, lWiL
East Coast Lumber 4.I Watrbw, IL.
GINS AND RUMS
$1.50 to$5.00 per Gallo
Lewis 186 al MN et VeraL
Pre Rye Wldkis.
Controlles Blum's Mogram sa Sylvan
Rye-Ageta for Jungst Crinabnati an
Pabst Milwaukee Beers. Pries n ap.
CHAS. BLUM & CO.
517 and 5 S WEST BAY aTaKBT
WM. D. JONES
107 E. BAY ST.
Mai O(dera 8S81.
JOSEPH ZAPF CO.
WbolesmleDealers ln asai temct
St. Louis Lager Beer
Bours & O, Win A. Jackasmvis 1F.
Cummmer Lumber C., Jackusnvhlsh Fl.
Merrill-Steveni Ca Jack ruvil 1i.
Covington Go The, Jaeksovill, Cyp
Joe. Rosenheim & Sons, Savannah, G.
Clyde Steamship Co. The. New York Cety.
Schofield's Sons Co., J. Maeon, Ga.
Baker, M. A., Brunswiek, Ga., an Pea-
coa n. PreS
MeMfla Brother .C., .Jaedm=vi,
Savannah and Mob Dpt. B
SWiMs, Mai WNita
Writ for Price.
Fr AU Putrpao
Write ftr Caftelme
ston Miller Co.
Creseat City, Fl,
-16 W"0000 MW -sm A. Is
THE WEEKLY INDUSTRIAL RECORD. 5
1VHITE OAK SPIRIT BARRELS
Guaranteed to confoini to specifications Savannah and Jacksonville Board of Trade.
Write to Clmis Barrel Mi. C.,. Colemius, Ga., or to HENRY ELSON, Florida Mgr., Jaeksdr lle. fla.
is aid, disagreed with his wife as to the
style she should adopt in dressing her
hair, and expressed his displeasure by pull-
ing her tresses.' According to Mrs. Givens,
her husband came home under the influence
of liquor. Mrs. Givens had just finished
dressing her hair pompadour, and this at-
tracted her husband's attention. Mrs.
Givens says he caught her by the hair
and threatened to kill her. She broke
away from him and picked up a gun and
shot him. Mr. and Mrs. Givens lived at
Mr. J. J. Hayman, who lost a great
quantity of turpentine boxes by fire last
spring, has entered suit against the Sea-
board at Fernandina, Fla., for $25,000, al-
leging in his bil that the road is respon-
sible for his loss.
The destruction of the Armour fertilizer
plant in this city by lightning last Sun-
day, involves a loss of $100000, and
throws 300 men out of employment tem-
porarily. It is understood that the fac-
tory will be rebuilt.
SOME NEW CORPORATIONS
Wight Lumber Company, Jacksonville,
F. C. H. Wight, presdet; B. R Hun-
ter, secretary and treasurer. Capital stock
5,0o0. Filed July 27.
E. 8. Paine Laundry Company, Jackson-
vill, Fla. 8. Paines, president; M. S.
Paine, secretary and treasurer. Capital
stock, $15,000. Filed July 31.
Farmers' Union Warehouse Association,
aurel Hill, Fla. ric Von Axelsoa, presi-
dent; J. W. Bracewell, secretary and treas-
urer. Capital stock, $5000. Filed July 31.
W. B. Phifer Compsay, Alheua, Fla.
W. B. Phifer, president; S. D. Prince, see-
rertary and treasurer. Capital stock, $100,.
M0. Filed July 31.
The Phifer & Morris Company, Gaines-
ville, Fla. J. A. Phifer, president; W. O.
Morris, secretary and treasurer. Capital
stock, $0,00. Filed July.
Cities' Bank of Live Oak, Fl. J. B.
Barton, president; Arnold P. Miekler, cash-
ir. Capital stock, $50,000. Filed August
Woodrow & Stone Company, Oeala, Fla.
ames R Mooread, president; David S.
Woodrow, secretary. Capital stock, $10,-
00. Filed August 2
The Townsend Lumber Comany, Starke,
* F.la. SE. Townsend, president; T. V.
Earbee, secretary and treasurer. Filed
Greevlle Investment Company, Jack-
saville, Fla. Thomas P. Denham, presi-
det; J. W. Bishop, secretary. Capital
stock, $0,000. Filed August 3.
Following letters patent were issued for
the week ending August 3.
Tampa Club Olgar Company, Tampa,
Fl. Herma Rosenthal, president; Lea-
vitt James, secretary nd treasurer. Capi-
tal stock, $26,0. Letters patent issued
Starke Lumber Company, Stark, Fla.
T. M. Uarbee, president; 8. J. Preseott,
secretary and treasurer. Capital stock,
$75,000. Letters patent issued July 30.
Florida Securities and Land Gompany,
Miami, Fla. Gaston de Peufeilhoux, presi-
dent; Jean de Hedouville, secretary and
treasurer. Capital stock. 25,000. Letters
patent issued August 1.
Lakeland News Publi4hing (fom.pny,
Lakeland, Fla. L. F. Henley, president;
N. A. Riggins, secretary. Capital stock,
$10,000. Letters patent issued August 2.
Old Carleton Hotel Site Changes Hands.
New Building to Be Erected on Lot.
The purchase of the old Carleton Hotel
property is one of the most important
deals recently consummated in Jackson-
ville. The lot, which is on the northwest
corner of Bay and Market streets, fronting
142 feet on Bay street and running back
on Market street for 105 feet, has been
purchased by the Hon. A. G. Hartridge, of
this city, and R. H. Paul, the well known
mill man of Watertown, and the price
paid was about $42,000.
Mr. Hartridge states that a two-story
brick and stone building will be erected at
once, and that the building, though ot
towering into the air as some of the latest
structures in that section of the city have
done, will be complete and modern in every
It will cost in the neighborhood of $35,-
000. The first story will be for store pur-
poses. The second floor will be fitted up
for offices. Every modern convenience
will be installed, and the building will be
one of the most complete in Jacksonville.
REMARKABLE RECORD OF COLUMBIA
The following is a condensed report of
the Columbia Storage Company, which
was made at the annual meeting in Lake
City last Tuesday, which was attended
by over 100 stockholders:
Presairt Hatchet Report.
Lake City, Fla. Aug. 6, 1907.
To the Stockholders of the Columbia
Couty Storage sad Manufaeturing Com-
Gentlemen-As president of your com-
pany, I beg to submit my annual report
of the transactions during the past year.
The concern has made good progress. By
judicious management, made possible by
a good board of directors, we have achieved
what I consider a wonderful success for
the first year, as no concern expects to
declare a dividend out of its first year's
The following are the financial tran-
sactions of the year:
Stock sold (482 shares) at $10 per
Borrowed from T. J. Summerall.. 900.00
Receipts from warehouse ........ 2,498.04
Total receipts ............... $8,21801
Less credit on unpaid
stock ...............$ 48.00
Paid for lot ........... 500.00
Cost of building ....... 4,735.00
(Continued on page 12.)
SStandard Clothing Company
W W555ga vW a g
P One Price
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* FASHIONABLE CLOTHIERS AND FURNISHERS,
* 7 and 19 West Bay Street, - JacksoMvile, Flonm
S 8tetoe und Hawes Miat. Special Attentle Given to Mail Orde
*-**l lrl illl l llrlm i 111111l ***********T
I Sawmill & Cross-Tie Men
If yo me Axes a wat the best
buy RIXORD'S. They are a Mttle hIP
priced It Is true, I fact the MLh st
pulled sub axe made--$1.O per doeno
i amy weight, hut yeo get more thm
yer moesy s worth in quality. The best
is omie too good and always the ebeapet.
SEND YOUR ORDERS mRECT TO
W. H. Briggs Hardware Co.
Sole Soueterm Agets
Jobbers oif MINI ani T'rpe -time L iapplear
a Large Tract
OF ROUND TIME, LYING IN A SOLID BODY, CO mvEmlaL TO
TRANSPORTATION, ON WHICH WE WILL KTERTAIN OFFERS FOR
PORTIONS OF IT BY RELIABLE AND EXz-EZLumnC TURP WTIEN
OPERATORS, AND TO SUCH WE WILL GRANT LONG TIME PAYMENT.
IF YOU ARE INTERESTED, WRIT US.
Brobston & Company
asS WMt eNmth Shert.
STHE WEEKLY INDUSTRIAL RECORD.
This Easy Chipper Saves time and Money.
Chip escapes easier on account of hollow back. WRIT
Cuts a shade streak easier as hollow back allows hack to
to be closed more FOR
Gum flows easier as there is less steel to drag over the P
Operator's Tool Company, Green Cove Springs, Fla.
THOSE TRESPASS CASES.
PF Lit of the Turpentime Men Involved
in Them Suita.
The following is the full list of the
damage suits for trespass recently insti-
tuted in the United States COurt in this
city, and which was unfortunately crowded
out of last week's Record These suits ag-
Seventeen suits for damages, aggregat-
ing $81,00, were begun in the United
States co ur t Jacksonville Wednesday
againt turpentine operators The United
States is the plaintiff.
The ground of action is alleged tres-
pasing on government land, and taking
from pine trees on the land, turpentine,
ad appropriating it to private use The
damages asked in the several suits range
all the way from S,00 to $16M00.
The defendants and the amount of dam-
ages asked against each are as follows:
I. J. Knight, S. 8. Knight, J. P. Wil-
llams, 4,000; R. J. Knight, W. C. Knight,
J. P. Williams Co., $16,000; R. J. Knight,
W. C. Knight, Consolidated Naval Stores
O., $16,000; R. J. Knight, W. S. Knight,
Omeolidated Naval Stores Co., $2,000; R.
J. Knight, S. J. Knight, J. P. Williams
C., $7,000; (two other suits for $1.000
andl 2,000) IL J. Knight, $10,000; Gulf
Junction Naval Stores Co, $10,000; R. J.
Kaight, J. P. Williams Co, $500 (two
eases); R. J. Knight, J. J. Phillips, Con-
olidated Naval Stores Co.. $2000; R. J.
Knight, J. W. Mcltosh, J. P. Williams
Co., 2,000; R. J. Knight, W. J. McIntosh,
Consolidated Naval Stores Co., J. B. Mar-
FROS SAVANI AH TO CUBA DIRECT.
The Geera Pert to Have a New Steam-
The Savannah News, in a recent issue,
ays that direct line of steamers from
BSavannah to Cuba is one of the probabil-
ities of the near future. For several years
SSavannah-Havan line has been talked
df, but the proposition lacked support. The
proposed line is to the eastern ports on
the north coast of Cuba, Nuevitos and
Antill, both of them having excellent bar-
hors aad the outlets of the most productive
section of Eastern Cuba.
A Georgia man, who has just returned
from Cuhb, and who has large investment.
in Puerto Principe and Santiago provinces
says there is enough bIsiness at them
two ports to support a line of steamers tc
The timber lands of Eastern Cuba, ar
rich in hard woods, the soil is productive
and fruit, eane, cotton and grain grow
with slight cultivation compared wit
aop in other sections. The provinces a
alng up with Americans and within i
few years will be controlled largely b3
American capital in American ways.
The Cuba Railroad, owned by Canadian
Pacific interests, runs through the center
of the island from Santa Clara east to
Santiago and Antilla and practically con-
trols the rail transportation of considera-
bly more than the eastern half of Ouba.
North of the railroad, in the eastern part
of Puerto Principe aml the western part
of Santiago is a territory which, when
developed, would furnish sufficient tonnage
to support a line of steamers, is the opin-
ion of business men who have looked thor-
oughly into the matter.
While no definite steps have beenitaken
it is probable that within the next month
a proposition will be submitted to the
business interests of Savannah with a
view to the organization of a company and
establishing the line of steamers. It is
the opinion of those who have looked into
it carefully that it will be a paying prop-
erty after a year or two when the trade
with Eastern Cuba has been established.
It will carry freight direct to the 300 miles
of Eastern Cuba now reached by steamer
to Havana and by the Cuba Railroad. It
will offer Savannah merchants an opening
for business in that part of the island
now reached only through Havana and
would afford an outlet for the products of
Eastern Cuba through Savannih and its
rail lines to the west and by sail and
The tentative plans of the parties inter-
ested include the putting on of two ships,
making weekly trips between Savannah,
Antilla and Nnevitos, in connection with
tlhe Cub railroad at Antilla, and with con-
necting lines at Nuevitos. Savannah will
probably be asked to grant a subsidy to
the enterprise until it is fully established.
uUlarud> PMMC ACCOUV AN,
*emr, 4 Ra-47-4 t etal LA f a
JACU i VLII. A.
nOT1C OF IO CORPORATIw.
Notice is hme7 giees that we, the
underigned, intend to p to is xE -
eelleney, N. Browar, Goverr of the
State of Florida, on the 9th day of Sep-
tember, A D. 1907, for Letters Patent in-
corporating Greenville Investment Con-
pany, under the following proposed Char-
ter, the original of which is now on file in
the office of the Secretary of State of the
State of Florida.
This notice in given in prsu e of
Seedton 2 of the General Statutes (of
1906) of the State of Florida.
THOMAS P. DENHAM,
EDWARD W. LAN1K
J. W. BISHOP,
M. A. MeDOWME ,
PRTICLS W lO I COr POATION
OF GUII3VIU INTVSTMIOT
We, the undersigned, have assorted
LIGHT SAW MILLS
utl U SmlNO OuNimS
Saws and Supplios,
Steam and Gasoline
CastUag M Dryer
rcowy of are
Certbry of remt
upcrior to aN Mts.
TIE OROITUNIITT eF TMV.
T"e flr te ~an a Paa-- rw
wi be tae frat t rewa
Nr full ruImaan aply to*
TNE 6RIFFl OIS. C.
-ak -1e nedd
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SCraig Bros Co.
239 W. lB.y Ster EVERIETT BLOCK
Leaders in Men'a and Boys' Fine Cloth-
ing and Up-to-Date Furnishins.
Agents for Dunlap and Stetson Hate; largest stock in the City.
s - - - * *- -S- - m t - -- -i -
emor C mard of T rna U.Uif.
L PTH-E 94
W.W. wCare Pm l w. C. eQ2me smomanae. a. ma CUame am. me Oias
Tampa Hardware Co.
Turpentine, Mill and Phosphate Suppies.
xamInmsblMi am Timb Ereslma.
CONSULTING AND CIVIL ENGINEER.
Southern Drug Mfg. Company
WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS AND MANUFACTURERS OF
Fl.voring Extrac, Pachd Drus B.. BI Bluing. Vinegar nd Pyne's Populaer R.Lembd.
We hbmAl oevryiholg i tho Drun and Mnaedio Inte Writ for prIe.l JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
marelve t hr and do hereby aod-
ate emal for the prpe of form
oaselv lat a body a a corporate
mer am by virte of the la of the
stme of Fbrid ad t do the fllow-
*.g ArMaie of a l eorp-ra 1.
Ths -a of this corpration is the
prmeipal pinel of bmines be in the
city of Jacksonville, Duval Cmnty, Flor-
The ge Ial re of the buinses to be
t a s ad aemdated T ths company
S hall be to buy, acquire, o, ow, use,
lease, mortgage, se and convey real em-
tate; aad to carry on and onet a e-
rl wl estate ad went olleting m-
roe; to eat a real estate hers; to
boy end se real estate a personal
p t om eraUt; to eret, cometruct
a ad a r eatn for the emetio.
rand e...ruie. do bones and oetbr elM-
igs; to lhea real estate ne ademmd; to
by nd sell, to ae qil, own ad bh al
pe l property mes-ary to adauntag-
emy rdt ad tra t any business
that O company is authorized to carry
er: t., suer for. purchase. readee.
own ar halo for investment or otherwise,
to el, dispose of and make advances pon
and to deal in stock, hares, boeds, s-
eriti or obligation of all other orpo-
ratimo whatever; to loan aod borrow
m y OR bonads, otes and other oblig-
tios secmed on real estate; to conduct
ay part of its business ad to have
br h ofks agencies aad to employ
officer ad ate at ch plae or places
in this State or in other States ard in
foreign countries as my be required or
found neeesary to carry on advantageous-
ly ay of s boainses, and to further
sa wbereuto this company is or-
gamisd, in the discreton of ts Board of
Directors; to borrow money and to aeeur
te payet of the amin, aso other omn-
is oth e owed by the company, by
mortgages, deeds, broad, notes or other
obligation therefore; and to do all sue
other and frthr tLns a may be naeea-
sary or expedient to be done for the sue-
eeaaful transaetion of any of the business-
es thi company is authorized to conduct
The amount of the capital stodk of this
corporation shall be Thirty Thouaad Dl-
lars (00,00), to be divided into three
hundred shares (300) of the par value
of one hundred dollars each. Tn
per ent of seh capital toek mhall be
cried for and paid n before the
transaction of ay mealI by this corpo-
ration. All or ay part of the capital
stock of this orporato may be paid in
or used for the purchase of property, la-
bor or servieea at a jst valuation thereof
to be xed by the Board of Diretors of
thi company, at a meetai to be called
for that purpose. All tok shll be i-
ed fully paid-up and non-asmable
This corporation shMll e n and have
fun power to exercise It corporate ri- t
sad frlanehe for tih parid of nmaty-
S nhe (N) years from am after he em-
menenmeut of it corporate exisaten
The bumnes of the sompay sha be
onmrad by a Board of Direto a
Praidamt. ViesPresdnt a Trmaarer ad
a Secretary and sac other oee, agents
or employes as may be reed by the
By-Laws of the many, aad as may
from time to time be elated ad appoint-
ed; the qualileation and the manner of
apointment of the charter ad all other
oflers of the company a the manner of
lling vaean es occurring by death, res-
ignation or otherwise, to be preaeribed
by the By-Law; and until the frst or
oraNaiatioe eating of the stockholders
hereinafter provided for, sad until their
sueaessors are elected and qualiled, the
oeers of the company haU be: Pred- I
dent, Thomas P. Dmbam; Viee-Preident,
J. W. Bishop; Secretary, M. A. MeDowel;
Treasurer, . MeDowell; anad the Board
of Directors shall be Thomas P. Deham,
J. W. Bishop, M. A. MeDowen anrd dward
The Aet or organinti meeting of the
stockholders of the y shan be held
in the eity of JaboU Dval County,
Florida, the principal place of businea of
the company, at 508 Dyl-Upehureh Build-
ing. on the 12th day of September, A. D.
1907, for the purpose of adopting By-Laws
and completing the organintio of the
company, and thereafter the annual meet-
ing of the stockholders shall be held on
the second Tuesday in December of each
and every year, beginning with the 10th
day of December, A. D. 1907.
The Board of Director, who must be
stockholders of the company, qualified to
vote at the election at which they are
chosen, not les than three (3) nor more
thea seven (7) in number, their number
to be determined upon before their elec-
tion, shall be elected by the stockholders
of the company at the first or organization
meeting of the stockholders herein pro-
vided for, and annually thereafter at each
annual meeting of the stockholders.
The highest, amount of indebtdness or
liability to which this corporation shall
at any time subject itself ahall be twice
the amount of its then existing capital.
The names and residences of the sub-
senribing inorporators ot said rpration,
and t0- amount of capital l sub-
scribed for by each, are as follows:
Thomas P. Denham, Jacksonville, Flor-
ida, seventy-five shares.
Edward W. Lane, Jacksonville, Florida,
J. W. Bishop, Greenville, Florida, seven-
M A. McDowell, Greenville, Florida,
THOMAS P. DENHAM,
EDWARD W. LANE.
J. W. BISHOP.
M. A. MeDOWELL,
State of Florida, County of Madison, a:
Before me, a Notary Public in
and for said State and Conty, personally;
appeared J W Bishop and M. A. MeDow-
ell, to me each of them personally well
known, and to me well known to be two
of the persons described in, and who exe-
euted as such the foregoing prop sed Ar-
ticles of Incorporation of the GREIN-
VIIJE INmViMa-m a COMPANY, and
severally a-*i5j1A that they signed
the am for the prpoaes then ex-
In witness whereof, I have herento
set my hand ad fixed my official seal
at Greenville, Madison County, Florida,
this the 2d day of August, A. D. 1907.
(Seal.) Notary Public
State of Florida at Lage.
My commission expire March 6, 1900.
State of Florida, County of Dual, a:
Before me, a Notary Public in and for
the State of Florida at lare, per lly
appeared Thomas P. Dehmam and Edward
W. Lane, to me each of them personaly
well known, and to me well known to be[
two of the persons described in and who
executed as such the foregoing Articles of
lawaoratioa of the OGI NVIIK IN-
vaarJn COMPANY, and severally
acknowledged tht hey signd the sam
for the purpose therein exprssd.
In witness whereof, I have hereunto st
my hand sad asied my official sea at
Jacksonville, Daml Cunty, Florida, this
the 1st day of August, A. D. 1907.
WM. H. NAIL, ,
Notary Publie, 8tate of Florida at large.1
My commission expires August 18, 1909.1
(Notarial eal.) I
W. L. WILSon,
Paes. a Treas.
IWO. ff. SARMS,
IL J. ScovIL
Scy a ea sac 4.
Florida Cooperage Company
amTupentine Ca1otton Seed OOn D
T eANeWACoWRSe OP
and Syrup Barrels.
Offke 4aI Fctry Mnterprme EstFe Streets.
A RARINVENTOR AND TNE
M. A. BAKER MA O F
*BA IMPROD SAAMIS MANUFACTURER OF
BAKER IMPROVED SEAMLESS TURPENTINE STILLS.
Wrio me for prices- . ay point ahe torronwneo b
An sls sad uandr a ruatse-.
JOB WORK THEOUGn THE COUNT rr PROMPTLY ATTEv Ia .T0
The Largest and Oldest Copper Works hi the South.
My specialty Is large worm and heavy bottom that do IMt eaBk
BRUNSWICK, GA. and PENSACOLA, FLA.
DIAMONDS AND WATCHES
We ipe y akr a can. We can aewr yea, at cwrrect al anyes
serao prices, many papers of leoo pmre wrate, perfct
DIAMONDS. It Is wr desre to catfem beng e tao mrgest
DOaEm deal nrs Jackasegv&e. and r specify ito fne rOmE-
cm gems gd-rdet k Iatha ad Nlit Wa tsM
HESS & SLAGER6E= "r"s-wafinws-y"
O f L t, lL1l 1113 L Vlet., 3m -W-. -l--- --,h
+ I isis:, isis ss m l i il 3 11311lillIIII uill I ciill i Ii
J. P. Wru.xam Presldeat J. A. CL o e. lot iV1im I&Sa
T. A. JUMNNIs. 20d Vloo-Pr00iiest. J.. DUOMUSIT, 3 VIc-Pteideat
H. L KsvroN, Secretary. H- T ScEna, TWrUrer.
J. P. WILLIAMS COMPANY,:
IhIY~Rb B~TOISTEE~ltICT~ flENLE 1IIIU
maca O FLcU INVIermin 0Im N.
rae gn zrneeACOIA FLA. inUSG m
.jMACX6ONV1&L Pt. Ml. tL CO&UMoutIn UaX
Naval Stores Producers amc limited to CorrepOud With V86.
- m e c e i s m s s 5 I i2 2 i Ii 21hi k....... I II II I I I 1
THE Warawrv INDU8TIUdL B~MIBD~
o THE WBEKLY INDUSTRIAL RECORD.
A. .IL M U IlKAAM Nu&.
I P-buas-d V =PAtmb.
:,Ilqn )mmcmlmmm t -ASAW~~_I~
"T a IPtn aed lm Pu-see.
as hmmme ase asam headm sM
Tbl Itruril I Loer Coesmey.
8t J kd. iEss J- B es Oae. a
t r 11 aa th P oaee also ae the ga-
l i A-l arn h, 19, a the oisi.l
erja of tha9Vtentiai Came Grewe As-
sdatio. Adpted Sepmbe 11, 19W- a
t only a reial agan tM T. O. A.
Resolution adopt by the grsga h
Tho UWA. p t. sad the ao ain -
at of the- Oeiir Rtecord O r
we mrt 1at the iterseam of DBay and
ewman SA- j, Jimbanvw Fh, in the
heart i o thdo y t t pe atrimte sad
of Trade BuUdg fv b im tre had-
NOTIC TO PATRO&.
A L = fr rti the iu-
0Itel B m ilW so 4iT1 thento
mut t fr t the hinme A wof h a
amn a C remittances most be ma direct
to thi t t eat tptin
jEImI GS RETIRS Rox RACE.
The letter in which the Hon. T. A.
Jennings, of Peneacola, formally announced
his intention of retiring from the gberna-
torial contest, in which he had been ex-
pected to bear a prominent part, appeared
in The Journal of that ity, too late for
publication in our last weeks' issue.
It was immediately followed by an an-
ouncement in the Key West papers that
the Hon. Jeferson B. Browne, of that city,
.had decided to enter the race; and, as it
i generally understood that other an-
mi unements will soon be mf de, the con-
test bids fair to be full of interest to all
The eaon gie Jon by Mr. Jenninge for
taking this step were entirely creditable
to him, and will do much to enhancee the
good opinion which those who know him
best have always entertained of him
As io wc e know 3r. Jeanings is one
of the vie-presidenta of the J. P. Wil-
SeB Company, of Savannakh, and has for
some year been the Florida rep set-
tie of the firm. Mr. Williams' health hase
now failed to such an extent that a e has
irtually ben obliged to retire fo active
business; and i view of that faet, it was
felt, both by Mr. Jennings forbusiness
assiag tes, that be cou not, in justice
either to the, m or to himself, at thi time
oeter upon a politic campaign that would
meeesMurily involve his retirement from
Al honorable men wie appreeiie the
tives that induced Mr. Jenaings to
make so great a sae rite and will not
neglect to make it up to him, should
opport ty oer tot in the days to come.
-opportunity offe in the days to come.
narrow, so intemely provincial--a to put
themselves out of court when it emes to
the consideration of any qestio more
difficult than that involved in the admin-
istration of a rural school district.
It cannot be denied that many of our
immigrants are ignorant, ad many are
doubtless anything but perfect morally.
But experience in the West adm North-
west has shown that this ignorance is soon
replaced by something better, and that
two or three generations only are required
to transform the immigrants' descendants
A wRMARKALrX RECORD.
The wmarkable showing ade by the
Columbia County Storagd sa Manufat-
turing Company at it annual meeting
in Lake City last Tuesday, is worthy of
more than passing comment.
It has often been said that the average
farmer has "no head for business"; and
it must he admitted that the fate of most
of the organizations designed to advance
the agricultural interests of the country
has too often been such as to lead weight
to this adverse opinion.
However this may be, the Columbia
county farmers we have in mind, are evi-
dently considerably above the average, as
is indicated by the fact that at the meet-
ing in question a dividend of 20 per cent
was declared on the year's bsines.
As is well known, this company was
organized for the purpose of enabling the
farmers of Columbia county to hold their
Sea Island cotton, and that the concern
will continue to do business at the same
old stand goes without saying.
We can only add that we wish it were
equally certain that the enterprise of these
Columbia county hustlers wil be emulated
throughout the State, until our farmers
and fruit growers shall be brought to the
point where they can attend to their own
business instead of letting other people at-
tend to it for them.
"DO WE NEED MORE PEOPLE "
In discussing the foolish and ill-consider-
ed remark of Hon. Charles Barrett, presi-
dent of the National Farmers' Union, in
his recent New Orleans address, to the
effect that "we want no immigrants from
across the.seas, it matters not from what
country they come," the Live Oak Demo-
crat says in a recent issue:
This is plain talk and, what is more, Mr.
Barrett is expressing the fixed policy of
the Union on that vital issue. There is an
increasing cry going up from the planta-
tions of the South for more labor, as the
public works have drawn away a large pro-
portion of the negroes, and in obedience to
this insistent call there has been a move-
ment in many parts of the South to en-
courage European immigration. But the
Farmers' Union is athwart the track of
that purpose and it is there to stay. We
take it from President Barrett's declara-
tion that the Union will not oppose im-
migration to the South from the North
and West, and if we can get a tide turned
southward from that quarter it will serve
the purpose even better than would people
brought over in the steerage. None of us
want the low classes from Europe, the
"sum" as they are called, with but little
mipd or morals either, and we should keep
them out as we would lepers, but we cer-
tainly need more people from somewhere
unless we have been the victims of a false
alarm for the past few years and our fields
and factories are not really suffering from
a shortage of labor. The whole South
should have a definite policy on this very
important issue, and it remains to be seen
if that policy will be determined by the
till our fields and work in our factories,
and if so, where are we to get them from ?
If the Union throws its influence against
immigration, is it not bound to guarantee
do we need more people in the South to
Farmers' Union. The simple question is
the South against labor shortage? And
if the present universal demand keeps up
will there not certainly be a shortage? Is
there not one now? It is purely a ques-
tion of fact.
The question, however, is evidently not
altogether one of fact. It is, we fear, also
a question of prejudice, ignorance and pro-
Men of the Barrett stamp are so densely
ignorant of all conditions save those in
which they have achieved their monumen-
tal stupidity-they are so prejudiced, so
into good Americans.
It must, however, be admitted that this
is not always the case. For example, it is
probably several generations since the
ancestors of the Hon. Chas. Barrett him-
self came to this country, perhaps obscure
and ignorant, in the hope of bettering their
condition; but his present mental condition
is not, we regret to say, such as to
strengthen our belief in that process of
gradual assimilation which may generally
ie observed in the case of the average
European immigrant in this country.
BOUQUETS FOR THE RECORD.
Appeals to AlL
The Evening News is in receipt of the
Immigration Editon of the Industrial
Record, published at Jacksonville, Fla. It
is beautiful typographically and filled
with information that will appeal to the
immigrant, the homeseeker and the capi-
talist. The issue before us is bound to
be a factor for good in the development
of our State and should be widely eirccu-
Covers the Ground.
The Herald is in receipt of the immi-
gration number of the Industrial Record,
which is published at Jacksonville and ed-
ited by Mr. James A. Hollomon. The
editorial and descriptive matter is com-
prehensive and covers the ground entirely.
A feature of this publication which is for
the information of settlers is the intro-
duction by the editor, which is printed
in English, German, Italian and Swedish.
The typographical portion is excellent and
shows that it was in the hands of com-
petent artisans, and the subjects well ex-
ecuted. The Industrial Record Co., of
Jacksonville, deserve the co-operation of
every citizen of Florida.-Bradentown
The New Enterprise is in receipt of the
Immigration Edition of The Industrial
Record, published at Jacksonville. It is
a mammoth edition of 132 pages, filled
with interesting reading matter, hand-
somely illustrated. The front cover is
especially attractive.-Madison New En-
A notable instance of modern journal-
istic enterprise is that afforded by the
monumental immigration number of the
Industrial Record, published in Jackson-
ville, which has just been issued, and
which, it may safely be said, covers the
field of industry in this State in a man-
ner that leaves little to be desired.
From cover to cover, this issue com-
prises some 132 pages.
Florida now stands at the parting of
the ways, and the future of the State
and its people must inevitable be deter-
mined by the course pursued by those to
whom our destines are now confided; and
THE STUART-BNSTEIN CO.
14 WEST IAY ST. J I r MA.
no better means could be devised for reach-
ing those interested than those provided
by this issue of the Industrial Reeord.
This number is opened by an introduce
tory article from the pen of Mr. James
A. Hollomon, editor-in-chief of the pa-
pare, which is in itself an epitome of the
entire edition, and which sets forth in
unmistakable terms the nature of Flor-
ida's advantages, and the oppuitanitw
offered here to the homeseeker and immi-
grant. And that this introduction is give
practical force is indicated by the fact
that it is printed not only in English, b
in German, Italian and Swedish.
Among the notable features of this is-
sue of the Record is a forcible article from
Governor Broward, in which the advan-
tages of the State are definitely set forth,
together with special articles on various
phases of the southern immigration qes-
tion by Governor Hoke Smith of Georgia,
The Wealth of the
Often diapepad, evapnoate, md
new generate wan lt but m a two
tWfg of real ,,bo. Am tmg ,u -
able (i amau e a of a dmb ) is
a chet of old sWer, tih m eat M -la
beautiful heirloom that tih young gmm
Have ye. amh a treas e to hand d4w.
to e hs? If mnt, mw i the time
start p1ern it. If yeu o ianteri.
sme dor and let as ~w yen- smma
in that that i1 WORTH HAVING
NOW and whi h will be i y tre m
by yr em mad dwm & .
L J. Ruin O01EPATY,
15 W. B" a.,
J~eaoS flu norld.
SLE A6EMS ra MK WIAT
THE WEEKLY IwUwlitJimAL RECORD. ~
FLORIDA LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY.
CAPITAL STOCK AFom of L ad En-
OE MUO DOLLARS J ACKSONVILLE. L A.
ONE MILLION DOLLARS J F dowanent Insumnce.
by Immigration Commissioner Watson, of
South Carol Inmmigration onmmission-
er Bmner of North Carolina, Bdwin Brob-
ste, of Jacksoville, C nirman orbett, of
the Jacksoville Board of Trade Immigra-
to Committee, and may others. The
artides were prepared with great eare by
their respective authors, and are well il-
lustrated i the Reord's pages. The pa-
per of Governor Hoke Smith, of Georgia,
is an interesting review of his study of
the immigration question during his re-
ent trip to Europe, sad was especially
* prepared for the Industrial Record.-Tar-
Pn Spri gs News.
SEA IsLAND COTTON.
Prsest Ce-mitias Gemeally Pint to a
Present indications the Sea Island
eatt crop this year is likely to prove
much larger than has generally been ex-
peated. This indicated by the following
reports from a contemporary, which corer
i s wide range of territory:
Mansasss, Ga--The news from other
parts of the Sea Islad belt fully expresses
the condition in this section. Fine crops,
a good average size weed and it is ma-
turing well, with shedding only moderate.
Taking the heavy rainfall into considers-
tion, I think this is a good showing. The
weed in most eases is as large as it gets
by Sept. 15, though I think it is now
reaching its full growth. One of the best
evidences of this is the blooms that are
now almost in the top of the plant, but
the plant still retains a healthy appearance
aad with good growing weather through
August we will look for an average crop.
Picking will be in full headway (in Aelds
where replanting was not necessary) by
Sept. 15. Other crops looking fine, espec-
Alachua, Fla.-The weather conditions
have been perfect for Sea Island for the
past week and most farmers have worked
out the cotton. It is in fine condition and
looks very promising. It will be a little
later than usual, but with favorable con-
ditions, we will have a 90,000 bale crop
Charleston, 8. C.-The weather during
the past week has been favorable to the
growing Sa Island rop. While there has
been some complaint of blight, the re-
ports of the condition of the crop are
Jasper, Fla.-Sea Island cotton in this
section is well cultivated and in fair con-
dition. The weed is small, but well fruit-
ed. I think we will make an average Sea
Baxley, Ga.-We have excellent pros-
peets for Sea Island cotton in this section.
I do not expect to begin ginning Sea Island
cotton before Sept. 10.
Lew, Ga.-In regard to the Sea Island
crop with most of it that was properly
worked, the weed is large enough, but the
heavy rains have daused it to shed badly.
Some farms in this county of Sea Island
cotton are no better than last year. But
on an average the crop is better at this
Valdosta, Ga.-Since last report very
heavy raise have fallen in this section.
Cotton has put on new growth and con-
sequently less fruit. Should the rains
gradually abate no very serious injury
will result. The outlook is hopeful.
Pelham, Ga.-Sea Island cotton green
and growing rapidly, but having entirely
too much rain for best results. The young
fruit is shedding badly and but little safe
fruit on the stalks. Our best farmers are
discouraged at present prospects.
ORANGE CROP ESTIMATES
The following "guesses" have been made
on the coming citrus crop in this State:
Wauehula-The Advocate estimates 60
to 75 per cent as many oranges this year
as were grown last year in this vicinity,
or from eighty thousand to one hundred
thousand boxes. The Advocate says there
will probably be two-thirds as much fruit
shipped from Florida this year as last.
However, some sections are expected to
have only 25 per cent of a crop, but many
young trees will come into bearing this
Orlando-Recent rains have greatly im-
proved the prospects for oranges, and
growers are predicting that the crop will
surprise most people. One grower said he
would have twice as many oranges as last
year, as the drought had hurt his crop but
Bartow-According to the Record, the
orange crop around Eagle Lake will be
much larger than expected -arlier in the
season. The trees are said to be well laden
St. Petersburg.-According to the Times,
C. B. McClung estimates there will be less
than half a crop of citrus frits on the
Pinellas peninsula. From Largo north to
Sutherland he expects half a crop, but
around St. Petersburg less than half a
crop is probable. Mr. McClung places the
crop on the peninsula at two hundred and
fifty thousand to three hundred thousand
boxes this year.
"The Independent does not take a very
optimistic view of the orange situation,
and says there will be only 15 to 20 per
cent of an average crop throughout the
State. It suggests that $2 or more will be
paid for fruit this fall. It is said the June
bloom blew off of the trees, which is re-
sponsible for the present low condition.
Manatee Accordington the Record,
there will be about 20 per cent of a nor-
mal crop of oranges here this year.
Drought is responsible for the light crop.
DeSoto county, it is claimed, will have
about one-half a crop.
Sea Mateo-Acerding to the Item, or-
sage and grapefruit trees in many groves
in this vicinity are putting on a new bloom
and also new blossoms. In many eases
blossoms are coming on trees that have al-
ready set all the fruit it looks as though
they could holp up.
Gas AS UIPAIY
Rate for this edl in e s t pr w
for Ir Isertion and 1 et per worked tr
following imertiem. No advetlemes
taken for les than 40 este flr ir t, -d
t0 eemte for following iertiaOl. Gsh
must accompany orders uales yo )me
an amount with us.
FOR 8ALB-ght head of good sawm
mbes in nice cadition. If itr ,
write Jasper Mfg. Cb, Jasper, Fl.
TIMBER FOR SALIZB-- aer f
romd timber. Al waste ended. WN
cut forty boxes ad X,00 feet Imber to
the are. Price Sm. Walter Graham,
Arcadia, Fle. u-ft
WANTED Nigh-elamesaBet goods
salesmen that will command big pay, to
tell drug specialties among commisaries
principally. We don't want a cheap maLn
Will pay either salary or c-ums .
Commissary Supply C pa-y, Birmin-
ham, Ala. 6-22-tf
A PARTNER WANTED-To manufae- FOR SALIL--Phte and Cypress lae.
ture a new turpentine hook; or a buyer Owing to extensive enag an other inter
for patent on the same. A fortune in it. est in the State, owner will seB his pin
T. A. McGregor, Haleyondale, Ga. 2t. ad pr d merle eastiag of 10 S
pum and 2I shares ypess land, shiNs
mill and store ia operate; sm, ll saw
WANTED--Organiers, either sex, as mil. Three hundred aerea pi- ready to
salary of $100 a month and expenses for he cut, remainder now hbemng vpe i
an up-to-date association, paying weekly Will sell as a whole for 75 ^0, tm
sick and accident benefits and frhi payment down, remainder to e t a it
free medical attendants to all its members. ca be eat from 0 ha, or wil e
Liberal contract will be made for produe- gle mill and e~p Asp Ad-
ers of business. American Sick & Acci- dress by letter oy, Owner A' Main
dent Association, Buffalo, N. Y. trt, Board of r4e Buildig, J m-
6-29-14t ille, Fla,
WANTED-Al eomnissarias to elsa up
their barms of all kinds of seeil sacks a
burlap. We buy everything i. the way
of sacks. Write us. Ameriea Fibre Co,
TIMBER OR R ALB.-20,00 acres saw
timber on new railroad. Will euit 3,000
feet to the are. Land rich in phosphate
deposits. Prise, 60 per are. Easy
terms. Walter Graham, Arcadia, Fla.
ATTENTION, Naval Ster Opertoral
Send us your orders for barrel staves. We
are in position to 311 yoar order prompt-
ly. Price, $10.00 per 000 f. o. b. ear
Jasper, Fla. Jasper Mfg. Co.
HUTCHINSON AUDIT CO.
PUBLIC LACCO ITAjS & AUMaDT
Phone 312. Jm s1 I
COMPARATIVE MARKET KbnuR l.
The feature of the naval stores market for the past few weeks has been
the phenomenal demand for common rosins.
SPIRITS OF aUKxra i 01m OR THE W BU HR AND AT SAVAMMAH.
Pries. Isaw. ipmt eit. sht st
Jax. Sav. Ja. sav. Jax. Sa. Jan. Sav. Jas S.
Saturday ..... 551/ 55/, 451 139 ... 790 640 1,20320,94
Monday ....... 55 55% 936 137 275 5 1 34 91121,34
Tuesday .......551/ 56 310 440 ... 305 727 1,17021,404
Wednesday .... 55% 56 771 161 ... 6 595 6542,131
Thursday ......56 56 672 821 ... 2,942 487 81RSB2J2
Friday ........ 561 57 331 708 ... 350 520 1,0021,213
ROSIN OR THx WEEK H AND AT SAVAUNAB.
Sat-day. Nsdiay. Tu ft Wedoefy. Thsl.W b
Jan. 8v. Jan. aws. J* S.. 8ST. JUM. IS. Ju= Iv.
WW .......5.80 6.155.85 6.15.85 6.156.85 6.155.85 6.15..85 6.15
WG .......5.75 6.1015.76 6.0015.80 6.10"5.75 6.105.75 6.105.80 6.00
N ......... 5.60 5.905.00 5.905.80 5.905.65 5.955.00 5.905.65 5.90
M .........65.30 5.555.30 5.506.30 6.5 15.30 5.5"0.30 5.56.35 6.56
K .........5.15 5.355.15 5 5.355.15 535.15 5.355.15 5.505.20 5.35
1 .........5.00 5.005.00 4.906.00 4.865.00 5.006.00 4.854.90 4.95
H .........4.85 4.854.85 4.804.85 4.814.80 4.804.80 4.754.80 4.85
G .........4.75 4.8014.75 4.754.75 4.7514.70 4.754.70 4.041.70 4.70
F .........4.70 4.704.70 4.704.70 4.704.65 4.0654.60 4.004.65 4.65
S. ........ 4.50 4.704.45 4.504.45 4.454.40 4.454.35 4.354.40 4.40
D .........4.20 4.264.16 4.164.15 4.154.15 4.2014.05 4.104.10 4.10
CBA ......13.90 4.0013.85 4.053.85 4.0013.85 3.903.85 3.903.85 3.90
REPORT OF ROsMN MOVEI MET HB AND AT SAVAN AH.
as, g Remb Bn o& a
Ja. Iav. oJa. B Jam IS Ja. IM.
Saturday .................. 1,68 3,2 .... 1,491,44 0017,22 67,011
Monday .................1,80 1,8462,200 3,0051,003 4,00618,787 6722
Tuesday ............... 4,034 3,1702,000 1,4300268 5,77517,50 71,65
Wednesday ................ 1,657 3,565,400 3211,06 2,26018,192 73,04
Thursday ................. 1,983 2,9723,118 2,9421,588 3,45414,59 68,005
Friday ................... 1,111 3,130 600 2,9021,005 .... 13,068 67,951
10 THE WEKCKLY INDUSTRIAL RECORD.
mG OROOVER-STEWART Cm
Wmrioelm iW&merriws MW-- ~e e.
wast....a .... a senseary -ee
When we make Claims for our goods we are certain <
the facts. We operate the finest open fire copper Distil
ery in the World. We do our own bottling and packing
and no expense or labor is spared to have every drop of ox
Whiskey absolutely pure and of the highest quality.
We guarantee every Order to be perfectly satisfactory
or return your money.
Four Full Quarts Rose's
"Old Corn" or "Old Rye" or assorted ,3.40, express
prepaid Write for complete Prie-Ust.
R. M. Rose Company,
16 West Forsy Street, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
"ASK THE REVENUE OFFICER."
ELECTRIC LIGHT AND POWER PLANTS
FOR MILLS AND FACTORIES.
REMINGTON OIL ENGINES
OPERATIG ION KEEOIEE.
KARL FRIES - UURSWIGK, 6A.
W. W. ASmOIN. fe.ltri Ga QLm UX U1inwlek Ga.
W. IL BDOWEI. Ffse.mW G& D. T. FUESIs Savmmmh. Ga.
J. J. DOMIMY, Droutom Ga. 3. G. KIKIMAND. MNicl, Ga.
0. XCEINTOSL. Savaaias GI&
Southern States Naval Stores Co.
Factors and Commission Merchants
Ship to Saanah Get Competition Highest Prices Promptest eturns
Correspon Wid U.W
levels i i III HIS-- --------
JOS. ROSENHEIM SHOE CO*
IIUWAC"Ta D A.InIni r O
"Btel Shen MiNa for Cemidasary Trnis."
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am W 10 401110SM. OUP a emo
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t(r fun qt 3.3. exw p9qIL
OLD xL zuouwir 0011S-Dbe ks'
Be -ad Warehean; fte a l"O aD A
mds 3.U; km fat qun UL rn
OLD PoITun cum 00cw Rk
a- 1 9611ow. By U81e Imsa 11 k0
We bamile af M IemCA*ama 1f hIsk I& the nhaet
F mad wM mae you from to apPe set on seg aurs&u Wn W wise a fta
-ssalc NaIled free uop ap0ssd
Th Te. Aitmayer k Istau Liquor Company
Under new management. Tborhomh
renovated and repaired throuihot, en-
elading new eleetrie elevator ald our
own electric lit plant.
H. N. O'NEAL. Prop.
SWILLIAM A. HOURS JAMBE 0. oDAV
WILLIAM A BOURS & COMPANY
TME OULEST E1mLuIE StAE AM SEE S U T IE STATE.
ay, Grain, feed, Garfea
Sed Phlry ples, flre,
Gris, Meal am ertlizers.
m M : .Prempt esdames O@. ca ems
206 EAST BAY T., JACKSONVILLE, FA.
YC------'-- 60 -- -----"---------------
MW B. HAFA
haddmi.V. J. Emimv
D.3. L &A
WEST FLYNN & HARRIS CO.
=Badrma.o"scrWST m3.30.z mJ.
NAVAL STORES FACTORS
,AVAL STORS M CVDm AT AVLAWABN, O., jACMerVXII.,
fLA, AD rwwAwnrw, na&.
Wholele Grocer also Dealers in Hay. Grain d Heay
SSOLE AGENTS far S d ~" a s e.,.u Aa,
SAVAmAH, GA. JACKW80T. A. TAMA, PA
Swqwato e w w w w w o w w w w w w w w w
- - - - -
k4%19&16 41616 S ON 1A ft 16 W
ft W & '% -16 J&16
THE WEKY INDUSTRIAL RECORD. 11
TAMPA MONUMENTAL WORKS,
Monuments, Headstones, Iron Fencing and Italian Statuary
NO JOB TOO LARGE. NO JOB TOO SMALL.
MAIN OFFICES 310 ZACH Si nI-I, TAMPA. FLA.
W. a mamumaOm, Pe. a. B3ssGE Ge.. aris Vi- Pe.6
L & CRATk, VT-lw JNO. SAVARsr, Tuesr
3. T. RIcHARD, usey.
TAMPA DRUG CO.
Wholesale Manufacturing Druggists,
Fll and complete Ae of al krids of Drugs, Chemicals
and PaAnt Medicires.
SPECIAL ArTENTION 10 COMMISsARY TRADE.
PROMPT ATTENTION TO ALL ORDERS.
Boilermaking and Repairing I
Still Boilers and Pumpes.
SHIP BUILDING and REPAIRING.
........ .. mi.. m........ l l --om*$l ss@ l oss$
East Coast Lumber Co.
ROUGH AND DR qRD LONG LAPF
Yellow Pine Lumber
Bundled Rosin Barrel Staves in Carload Lots
Steam Shipmets a Spclty.
THE BOND & BOURS CO.
FMNO WS-AS W I& .IrA5
SASH, DOORS, BLINDS, PAINTS.
Oils, Glass, Stoves, Tinware, Country Holloware
99 WST 3AT STLT. MACBVIU. VIA.
We wish to call Special Attention of Operators to our vinex-
celled Facilities for Executing Job Work PROMPTLY and
at Reasonable Prices. We make a Specialty of
and all Blanks, Forms, etc., sed at Commissaries,
Turpentine Plants, etc.
When in need of Any Kind of Printing, Send Us Your Orders.
INDUSTRIAL RECORD COMPANY.
_ ___ __
12 THE WEEKLY INDUSTRIAL RECORD.
(Omtinued from pae 5.)
Various expenses, as per
vouchers ............ 1,0.70
Cash on hand .......$1,'.34 $8218.04
A so Per Cent Dividead
Out of the earnings of the warehouse,
the directors have declared a dividend of
20 per cent. This is rather a remarkable
showing, and we doubt if it has been
equalled in any of the cotton growing
States. It was made possible only by the
determination of our farmers to hold their
cotton and get the very highest price for
it. This they did, and it was a success.
It should be noticed that the amount of
the dividend will very nearly pay the
storage charges of some of them. What
we have done once may be done again.
Let us determine to stick together and
work in harmony with other organiza-
tins of like character, for the purpose of
getting for our products of the soil all
that they are worth, and all that we are
entitled to. Respectfully submitted.
JOHN W. HATCHER, President.
The following board of directors was
John W. Hatcher, W. T. Henry, O. F.
Bitch, W. K Dennard, J. J. Ooram, T. J.
Summerall, M. L. Plympton, J. A. Mole,
W. G. Niblack, Zach Brown and W. R.
Mr. R. A. Mole offered the following
resolution, which was unanimously adopt-
"Whereas, There remains in the treasury
P. 0. HBO=
of the company, according to the presi-
dent's report, 118 shares of stock; and,
"Whereas, It is understood that the
Farmers' Union is desirous of placing it
among its members; therefore, be it
"Resolved, By the stockholders of the
Columbia County Storage and Manufac-
turing Company, in annual meeting, that
should said sale be made to members of
the Farmers' Union, as contemplated, the
board of directors of this company are
hereby authorized to increase the number
of members of the board to fifteen, so
that the organization purchasing said
shares may have representation on the
board of directors of this company."
Then came an interesting part of the
proceedings, the calling out of the indi-
vidual names of the stockholders by Sec-
retary Appleyard and handing them out
of drafts on Treasurer M. L. Plympton
for their dividend checks. Such a scene
has never been witnessed there before. It
has been the talk of the town.
ROUND TRIP RATES.
Via Atlantic Coast Line Railway to the
$S4.4o Coach excursion to Norfolk, on sale
Tuesday and Fridays, limit ten
days, no stop-overs.
23.o5 Fifteen-day tickets, good in sleep-
ers. Stop-overs allowed within
$8.oo Sixty-day ticket. Good in sleepers.
Stop-overs allowed within limit.
$33.55 Seasop tickets. Good in sleepers.
Stop-overs allowed with limit of
Of AMy Kled for Ay Prpose. Irriati.k Outfits et AMy
Capacity for Imredlate Salpmeat.
Pups, is Mills, Steel Towers, Steel a Wod Tasks,
Special MacWnery. Gasellae Eages a Specialty.
BENNETT BROS. CO., Jacksonville, Pla.
An Open Letter to Those Connected With the
Naval Stores Interest
Jacksonville, Fla., August 10, 1907.
GENTLEMEN-Being especially desirous of cultivating your
acquaintance with a view of numbering you among our many pat-
rons, I cordially invite your inspection of our very elaborate dis-
Our lines are complete in their entirety, and are unquestionably
the largest and best selected in the State. We are in a position to
offer you special inside quotations, and respectfully court a com-
parison of goods and prices before purchasing elsewhere.
Prompt and careful attention given to mail orders, which we
are proud in knowing have given unqualified satisfaction in the
past, to which we attribute the causes being most moderate charges
and an enormous stock for selection. Yours very truly,
JOHN A. CUNNINGHAM.
. ]. PMvlMsi.z Pre. P. L. 1 TBXLA Vie-Pre. A. x cVINGTON, se'y
J. P. COUNCIL. Trea d G .i Mur.
THE COUNCIL TOOL CO.,
General Oases: JACKaONVILL, L rLA
factory: WAWWTAmm, I. C.
ef N iah *rade Tes
Summer Tmerist Rate f rm Jackim vile, Put-in-Bay, Ohio ................ 42M
On Sale Daily. Limit October 31t. Lookout Mountain, TesT ......... 6
Denver Col. ...................... $5790 Washington, D. C. ................ 37S
Gainesville, Ga. .................. 170 For further information and Pulimam
Chicago, Ill. ....................... 405 reservations cal on or write Frank .
Detroit, Mieh. ..........N........ 44 45 Boylston, District Passenger agemt, Atil-
Niagara Falls, N. Y. ............. 48.i5 tic Coast Line, Jacksonville, iFa.
Clyde Steamship Company
NEW YORK, CHARLESTON AND FLORIDA LINES
The magnieent steamships of this Ha are appointed to ail a- fellows, a at
CarimNO, o C., both ways.
Frm ew Yotk, P rm Jashrmvw fa
(Per 3 North River.) STrAMER. Iadsulm adl New YTtL
Saturday, July 27,at 3:00pm... ALb ONQUIN ...Thursday, Aug. l,at10:00am
Monday. .uly 29, at 3:00 pm ... tKATAHDIN ....Sunday, Aug. 4,at 10:00am
Tuesday. July 30 at 3:00 pm .... ARAPAHOE .....Sunday, Aug. 4,at 10:00a
Friday, .. Aug. 2, at3:00pm ....COMANCHE.... Wednesday, Aug. 7,at10:00am
Saturday. Aug. 3,at3:00pm.... IROQUOIS ....Thursday, Aug. 8,at10: 0am
Tuesday, Aug. 6,at3:00pm..... APACHE .....Sunday, Aug.Il,atlO:Sam
Wednesday, Aug. 7,at3:00pm. .... AIONQUI. ... Monday, Aug. 12, at 10:00 am
Friday. Aug. 9,at3:00pm...ARAPAHOE......1.ern'aday, Aug. 14,at10:0am
Saturday, Aug. 10, at 3.00pm ... KATAHDIN..................................
................................. .'CHIPPEWA.. Saturday, Aug. 17, at 1000 a
Tuesday. Aug. 13, at 3-0pm ....COMANCH .... Sunday, Aug. 18,at 10:0.a
Wednesday, Aug.14, at 3:00pm.... IROQUOIS .... Monday, Aug.19,a l0:0am
Friday, Aug.16, at 3:00pm..... APACE .....Wedn'day, Aug. 2t 10:0am
Saturday, Aug. 17, at 3:00 pm .... .MOHICAN...... Friday, Aug. 23, at 10:00 a
Monday. Aug. 19, at 3:00 pm .... AIGONQUIN .... Saturday, Aug. 4, at 10:00 am
Wednesday, Aug.21,at 3:00pm.... ARAPAHOE ...Monday, Aug. 8,at 1:am
Friday, Aug. 23, at 3:00 pm .... COMANCHE ... Wedn'day, Aug.28,at 10:00 a
Saturday, Aug. 24, at 3:00pm... *CHIPPEWA.................................
...... *KATADIN .... Friday, Aug. 30, at 10t6ta
Monday, Aug. 26, at3:00pm.... IROQUOIS ....Saturday, Aug.31,at 10:00a
Wednesday, Aug. 28, at 3:00pm ...... APACHE ...... Monday, Sept. 2, at 10:00
Friday, Aug. 30, at 3:00pm .. AlG QUIN .... Wedn'd'y, Sept. 4,at 10.00a-
Saturday, Aug.31, at3:00pm... .*MOHICAN ...... iday, Sept. ,at 10:00 a
+New York direct.
CLYDE RBW ENGLAND AND SOUThERN URES.
Felght Sservice Detwes Jadmumis, Ditoml a P.o= ee, =all Naumem V'l
Caningm at Chaetos Ways.
Frim South We.
wImp Whad, deetes
Prim y"t ce"" sui
..................................C.HIPPEWA... Thursday, July 18,at 10:00a
Saturday, July 0, at 3:00pm ......ONONDAGA... Saturday, July27,at 10:00a
Saturday, July 27, at 3:00pm.....CHIPPEWA.... Saturday, Aug. 3,at 10:l00a
..............................MOHICAN..... Teday, A. ,atl a
Saturday, Aug. 3,at 3:00pm .... ONONDAGA. .. Saturday, Aug. 10,at 10:00ad
CLYDE ST. JOHfNS RIER ULN
Detwem Jasmeas S Umw
Stopping at Palatka, Aster, SL Franes, Bereae (DeLad), and Ylnrmei
-u p an St. Jobse River.
STEAMER "CITY OF JACKSONVILLE"
Is appointed to ual as felws: Leave Jac vime, Sundays, Tuesdays and Th s-
days, 3:30 p. m. Returning, leave Saforw Mondays, Wednesday and Fridays, 9:
SOUTDUIOUSIJI I CK
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GENERAL PASSENP ER AND TIK ET OmFFI Ias W. IAT T. JACKI'VLU
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THE WEEKLY INDUSTRIAL RECORD. 18.
3.5. MASK. Premudei S.~ P. SKTE. .NIIADATer
L &. NAms. Pfresn
J. F. C. MYERS. Vie At.
S. P. SOTTEIL.
Cimrmm Beard ofr Dreesere.
[OF WEST VIRGINIA]
G. M. BOARDIAN. Trewurer.
C. DeLOACH. Secretary.
s ussomrs to S. P. Sitter Compuay, Pattersea Dow lt Cemp --y-
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.
Ye WaM a TrpWetlu Lcatse?
r Y Wat a Saw i Lesatli?
Yea W t my Kid Florida Laed?
SF Ye" Mem. aimless?
Ca n am waor -
SJ. H. Livingston & Sons,
Brick and Building Material.
Wml. ye. e"d these, Prtlaum Cement Plaster Paris. Hard Wall
Plastr, Mar for Platerliu Skligtes, Fire Brick or Clay, Write to
GEO. R- FOSTER. Jr.. Jacksonville. Fla.
THE COMMERCIAL BANK
JACKSO.m.L FLA. kachk Ocals and Lke City
The leat hin t Bst k in Jakaoville eomuiodmd in as old-
sioe stiy emmun i sarl is asiet to rlpur exmistIam
by the mplavil.
arlumivial and saip Ls ssm sdicited.
lW. NmOmii, w. OWEN, H. ,GAUJ.e .
nP w. hs-Pmmia-lt. c.sh
W. J. LU~LOZL. J. W. WADB. O.c. HUGHES,
nlteamt. Vie .PrefMet. AL't. See'y ad Treef
Union Naval Stores Co.
MOsI, ALA. PENSACOLA, PLA. NEW ORLEANS, LA.
NAVAL STORES FACTORS.
.. .......... AL s I ..........
Supplies for Turpentine Operators.
SAe ,a A e ma el amLer ae a we met nes ve r-
C-..-AK t -t *- **- Hr I- r- ** Wat Hw.
Principal Office: MOBILE. ALABAMA.
Portable and Stationary Engine-
and Boilers, Saw Mills, Wood-
working Machinery and Supplies,
Complete line carried in stock.
Liberal Terms. Write for cata-
State Agents for the Olds Gas
and Gasoline Engines.
Address all communications to
MALSBY'MACINERY CO. 22 Ocean Street, Jacksoville Florida
Lent Dmei... Pmm.4w47.
Mc KOY PATENT
The best and simplest cup
on the market. Detachable
Greater Capacity, easier
dipped ,more easily played
on tree, stronger and prae-
ttically indestructible. Will
7 not rust. For eataloo and
price list write
IIOY PlIIWI KE Co.
S. ~1015 Hibersid Bdildi&g
S New Orleans. Loumisan
Barnes & Jessup Company
Naval Stores Factors and Commission
Oi r 1iCuES.5
C. H. arne. President. J. A. Ewing, Vco-Pre ei t.
E. B. Wells. Secretary nnd Treasurer.
DIRECTOILSi C_ .. Berne, J. A. Ewain, R.S.H en.
J. R. S mand E.. E Long, W. E. Cuman, E. B. Well. W. S
yJ.nnnlg.. G. W. Tiylor.
As our supply e eips rdmitdi, we s
gent t-- .-f I In
their orders smpty e ame s ady.
er Pr.m OU
C aps, Gtters man a- Toels
Usmed Is tb e t- Sys"=
JackseM e, FlerMa
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1I9 WEEKLY INDUSTRUL RECORD.
"Old Time" Remedies
THE JOY OF THE HOUSEhOLD.
Them f r grest remdie, Rubna Too, somiet@ Csan Relief
ad ed ne sIa t he Joy ofdo -houehold. With them near at hand, a --
m i eady for ay e Hee has a safe, reliable and peedy relief
fr wtfe, dadrsa, raf or we. W th mres di e yo u euakp the
detor'e heads out of your poeet, sad yet have a healthy, happy famny. i
BeeMes, you cam e your etok of any ailment that may b them.
WUMAN TEA-ka LiqM er Powder Ferm-I the great family medicine. It
win me ON ermn o Limr aI Kidney Complainto, Pretms OChilk and Malarial
Plerw. Okes the eoamo ailms of childr; and as a laxative tonic it is without
aa a a re able. In the liquid, it i extremely psitable sCe children
I ft-ke td it i ADY FOR US8.
B3wTIW A is a w uma's medie. It will eur an the diseases comma t(
wunro, and eeaed as Fmale Trobles. It will bring youth back the traded woman
who ha em -e sM er g beeane she thought it womam lot. It will eare for the
di m jrt ertef womanholod; ad prepare the yo woman or the sacred
ties of wife aad ot-r.
CUBA REZI -The Ie t Paint Killer, for either a or beast. Relieves
rabntly, Coes, Cramps, Cholera Morbmr, Dirrhoe Dyatetery and Sik Headache
Abr oie i h it i a infalible remedy and is garateed to give relief in Ave
CUBAM OIL-The Det BeN and erem Liment. Is antiseptie for eots,
d or tos fesh, aad will Istantly relieve the paiB. Cure eet bites ad stings
a b nd brwm, brises asd sores, pped bads face, re and tender feet.
aeUes raheutme pai., iame hbak, t, and oi stoek eams wire femee eute.
raths thrh, splat, edlar seine, saddle galls, and diseased boos.
SWai for i lmas.
SPENCER MEDICINE CO.. Chattanooga. Ton.
The M etropolls
Is the Paper you want. It is
published daily and is from 12
to 16 hours ahead of any other
daily newspaper in Florida..
$500 a Year $2M. Six Months
Full Telegraphic and Stock
reports. If you want to keep
posted on the news, get the
CARTER & RUSSELL PUB. CO.
UMER LumBER CMPNY
Reugh a Dreased LuunAinr
Long Loaf reliw #*NP
J. S. Schotleld's Sons Goupauy, Y
0N plintiI VTs ithout ans.
Hundreds of t uhm i n UUSDGI a ~
apbx4" Alaboma, Mioide iM 0
Sw Carolina. Writes for- `i -
Slaws amn prices. We also Zmanufeete
a s well ancry a full ndonp ele
i'41* Y o-e-i socko
N M Smleps, Poe.
Advise your wants.
T Macon, -(- maj
T Wub 1wrr TumU Fu
a aaa~A fooaim r Pddirr of 0r
4pO s S0ofbP4of Tink 5"k or'4050*SSSC
kil ~~muuuu~u:u~muuuuu~ui;Uu~iUW h~
0. L Park
-W. W. rs
John R. Young Co.,
SNaval Stores factors. Whs" froems.
Sav amwuan Q BrunswicIL Gt. I
3313ISM90 ::8uuu3uuu3h333 133 IM981i333Ol: a see
W. D. KRENSON.
D. C. Aebiey.
7'70 Co.A. Pesewa
Cbm H. m3aw.,
D.C. AUHIIZ. Pmdiin.
LW. mcAPUrrr. & Vife Paudie
and CGemad -_w
CARL NOUZR, hi Vke Pros
G. A. PRTIMWAY. 3d Vie P...
M. W. BMsin.
T. Q. Gohoc
A. L. P~df@
I W6001. S.E L B G.see. TWO Ca mDo,.
S&. Do A C. ACON. Aet Sc. 01 Tre W. T. S. ln.d
PENINSULAR NAVAL STORES CO.
and Wholesale Grocers
Jacksom4l aed Tampa, Florda.
'Capital Stock. S000.000.
W IM5WSPAL p MM ya>g^^iwr
L. D. WEED.
J. D. WEED X CO.,
On 1-Inch Hoop Iron
~IR .~EILLY INDIJSTBIIT~ BIPCoBD.
printing plants in the
labor, we are prepared
"lose13@1 II-3a11I -NMPWV a I -#99" g I aI-e
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With one of the largest and best equipped
South and with a full complement of skilled
to execute high-class work promptly and at
No Job Too Large or Too Small for Our
RLENLEAF (& CROSBY CO.,O 41 Wets
At the Sign -ofthe Big Clock, Jac
WRITE FOR CATALOGUE
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Half Tones-Zinc Etchings
.Ilustrating and Engraving Department
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.
A Spi y Is M o pi RImc0ii _E .. u.a.. Mi Pdes.
In Writing or applying for Prices, Give the Most Fxplicit Description of What Is
Wanted. Good Work and Prompt Deliveries Promised.
' A Florida Enterprise.
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