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Continued Prosperity Is Assured
Preparations are being made at this time, all over the
Southeast, for the usual fall activity that begins in Florida
about the 1st ot rIctober. The RECORD believes the ap-
proaching fall, winter and spring will be seasons of unpre-
cedented business in all lines of legitimate trading. Money
is a little tight just now, but that is the usual condition in
August and September. The tact has been more e$ten-
shveiy advertised this summer by reason of the administra-
tion's attitude toward trusts and over-capitalized or "wa-
tered" stocks, and the resulting attacks made on various
stock securities, and by the further fact that a great many
bankers, in various parts of the country have taken up the
"cry" of hard times and precipitated local panics by re-
fusing the usual accommodations at this time. On the
whole, however, all conditions point to continued prosperity
and to renewed, and even more pronounced activity this
tall than usual.
NAVAL STORES COMPANY.
Home Office: JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
Branches: Savannah. Ga., and Pensacola, Fla.
W. C. POWLL, Pr1nd; B. BULL&aD, H. L. COVINGTON, J. A. CRANFORD, D. H. MeMILLAN, . POWELL, C. N COVINGTON, JOHN H.
POWEIL, Vice PrMmdts; C. P. DUW NBURY, Secretary wd Trener.
AKUCUTIVE COMzlux ls: W.C. Powerl, C. B. Roger, H. L Ow.logtao, B. F. Bullard, J. A. raxford.
DIL'CTO : W. C. Aowe, L F. BmaIrd, C. B. Rogers, J. A. affordd, W. J. Hillman, John H. Powell, W. F. CosFhma, HI.. Cvoriton C. Dwmiar, L .
MMmlme, I. a Powell, C. Corigto., & A. Aaferd.
NAVAL STORES FACTORS
Paid in Capital Stock, $2,500,000
Owned and Controlled by Practical Operators.
The"Consolldated" is purely a co-operative Company. Its interests are Ideatical with those
of the Producers. The patronage of turpentine operators everywhere Invited.
Two Million acres of Land and Timber for sale on easy terms.
Producers are invited to call or correspond.
Dry Goods. Notions, Men's Furnishings
Blankets, Comforts. Convict Clothing,
Manufacturers of TURPENTINE STILLS
Complete Outfits and Extra Kettles, Caps, Arms, Worms, Fur-
nace Doors and Grates always on hand
Old Still taken in part Wand repairing do"e
Old Stills n New Woork t W
payment for in the country
Heavy CWoppers1lt0 Steam PPe am SpeciW Cepper Whrk
As Fayettevlle,N. C. Savammh, Ga. Moble AL.
PUDUSHED EVERY SATURDAY. DEVOTED TO NAVAL STORES. LUMBER AND MANUFACTURING l bin ikt b,
4&OWS 191. I. "aU Irv de 1 I CUMo do TurP"s Opomsaw Aocidme E Iw C 0m11" Owls. and nied S.PL 80 mLBUin And Cowien al on ci Orem. Is of the G P I Amam. Adopted Sept. L W mies
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Fundamental Defects in the Act to
Portland, Me., Aug. 26.-Hon. Charles
A. Prouty, interstate commerce commis-
sioner, addressed the American Bar Asso-
eiation to-night. He spoke on "A Funla-
* mental Defect in the Act to Regulate
Judge Prouty said the most important
social question before the country today
is the regulation of its railways. For
the last two years this has been the fore-
most political issue, and it will probably
occupy that place until settled. "The rail-
way is a public highway absolutely essen-
tial to the commercial and industrial life
of this nation. If a railway imposes upon
you in common with others an unjust rate
that is not a private but a public wrong,
which should be corrected by public au-
thority, and which you as an individual
ltmnot be expected to redress for the
benefit of your fellows. Any scheme of
regulation which does not embrace this
feature will end in failure.
"Equally important is it that the pri-
vate capital invested in these public en-
ter prises should receive fair consideration.
This is demanded at once by the dictates
of justice, and of self-interest. This capi-
tal has been invested upon the under-
standing that it should be allowed a re-
turn. It would be the grossest of bad
faith, were it possible, to deprive that
property of the right to a fair return.
Judge Prouty considered the jurisdiction
of the Interstate Commerce Commission.
"The making of a railway rate for the
future," he said, "is from the very nature
of the thing legislative rather than judi-
cial, as appears from a consideration of
the difference between the functions of
the judge and those of the legislator. The
judge declares what the law is. For this
purpose he consults former decisions, and
looks into the enactment of legislatures.
As he finds the law in precedent, or in
statute, so is he bound to declare it even
thought in his own opinion it ought to be
otherwise. If he has occasion to find a
fact Be must do this from evidence the
nature of which is defined by elaborate
"The legislator upon the other hand de-
termines not what the law is, but what
it should be. To discharge this duty prop-
erly he requires the most extensive infor-
mation, but in obtaining this he is bound
by no rule of evidence. Finally it is a
question of good judgment with him what
ought to be done.
"The naming of a railway rate par-
takes of the legislative rather than the
judicial. It is fixed by no statute, it is
controlled by no precedent, it is estab-
lished in accordance with no fixed rule.
It esnot beAletermined by the cost of the
service, nor by comparison with other
rate. Neither the financial condition of
the railway, nor the necessities ,f tle
shipper, are controlling. All these ele-
ments and many others, particular conm-
letition and commercial conditions, must
be taken into account, but when every-
thing is known it is still a question of
judgment what the rate shall be This
discretion must be exercised in the fitst
instance by the traffic officials who iiake
the rate, and in the, second instance, by the
commission which revises that rat,."
Judge Prouty's conclusion is this: "If
the Interstate Commerce Commission is
vested with a jurisdiction so tremendous
in extent, and of such finality every effort
should be made to provide a body adequate
to the trust. That commission under the
present law is charged with two sets of
duties, requiring diverse qualifications for
their discharge. It stands, first, as repre-
sentative of the government to see that
these highways are in fact public. It is
commanded to enforce the provisions of
the act to regulate commerce. It must
see that rates are reasonable and just;
that the practices and regulations of rail-
ways are not oppressive; that the penal-
ties provided by the act are enforced. In
the near future its powers must be extend-
ed to the operation of the railway as
well. These duties are largely executive.
They can best be discharged by a single
head, responsible to the executive, and
answerable to the spur of popular criti-
"Second, this commission is in essence
a judicial tribunal which hears and de-
cides complaints. The qualifications of
such a body are the exact opposite of the
other. Its membership should be so num.
erous so that its decisions may be the
resultant of independent minds. It should
be entirely withdrawn from all political
and personal influences, and it should have
time for the deliberate consideration of
the matters coming before it.
"I very much doubt whether the same
body can properly discharge both these
functions. In the end it will either be-
come remiss in its executive duties or
will, in the zeal of those, become unfit for
the dispassionate performance of its ju-
dicial functions. Whatever may have been
true in the past the time has come when
the commission should be relieved of all
its duties except the hearing and decid-
ing of complaints.
"There are several ways in which this
might be accomplished. The commission
itself might perhaps be reorganized, and
its duties divided. Its exeditive functions
could be transferred to a bureau in some
department. I have myself thought that
a new department should be created. Such
a department would from the first have
occupation in plenty. No department
would be oftener applied to by all classes,
nor would any be of more service to the
Whole public, railways and patrons alike".
Laud Brown and Tampa--They're
Both Alright !
If every city had a booster like Thomas fire departments are unquestionably the
.I. Laud Brown, of Tampa, it would have best in the south, and we have the most
an asset that would be worth more than equable climate with a variation of from
the average man could appreciate. Tam- 71 to 83 degrees in summer, and 60 to 75
pa is fortunate in having Brown. He is in winter.
a man who say.vs something when he talks \Ve have a much finer general postoffice
about Tanmpa. When he blows Tampa's than has New York city.
horns his lungs are lusty. He is a mov- Our trolley cars carried 9.594,174 pas-
ing. talking, working advertisement for singers during 1896, and cover a distance
Tamlm and Tampa's interests all the of seventy-six miles.
while. Following is his latest, fresh from IBv reason of our deep water the three
Madison Smluare (arden, New ork, awl it is existing railroad trunk lines-the Atlantic
interesting. It tells us particularly what Coast Line. the Seaboard Air Line and the
a great hig thing tle cigar industry of Tamlpa Northern-we have splendid trans-
Tampa really is. Read it: jplrtation facilities.. Then we have in ad-
New York, Aug. 29.--Col. Thomas .1. edition three uncompleted lines, one a nm-.
laud Brown of Tampa. is here, preparing section of the Atlantic Cani Birmingham,
for the Florida exhibit at the Madismon the second connecting with the Gainesville
Square (arden tobacco show. and Gulf and a third which will run
"'Twenty years ago." said Col. Brown. through the phosphate region.
"Tamla was an obscure town of 4,000 in- Tamlpa is the nearest important port to
habitants. and today her population is the Panama canal, and congress has passed
i5.000. She has nine-nine high-class ci- a hill making an appropriation for us to
gar factories; employs in the cigar indus- celebrate that fact in 1910.
try 10.726 men and women, and the inter. In our chamber of commerce capital and
nal revenue reports show that in 1906 linlr are on a par, and its first vice-pres-
Tamipa manufactured 277.662.000 clear iident is Max B. Moritz, president of the
Havana hand made cigars, valued at $23- State Federation of Labor. The inter
750,000, which is more than were made in ests of the members are identical and they
the same period in the city of Havana, work together harmoniously for the up-
and the whole island of Cuba and Key building of the city and port. They give
West put together. moral and financial support, and the cham-
her stands ready to erect factories and
"This year the output of cigars will he extend aid i nany line of enterprise what-
100,500,000 greater than the output of soever.
1905. Each Spanish made Tampa cigar Real estate advances in value at the
bears the label-guarantee of the chamber rate of 25 per cent a year, and is in great-
of commerce. We do not manufacture er demand than ever, while there is a goo
machine made cigars. All are made by market for money at 8 per ent
hand in the okl-fashioned Spanish way, There are not many rich men in Tampa,
the Tobcc ll lJl lo cigaret and there are very few poor ones. Kzery
the Tobacco show. No cigarettes are y has money to spend, and most me
imaue in Tamip.
There are three cigar-box factories in
Tampa. one of which covers two whole
city blocks, employs 350 hands and turns
out 22,000 boxes a day.
But there are other great nousarues In
Tampa, as, for instance, the sponge trade.
Here are sponge beds to which the sponge
fleets, with divers, go out daily. These
sponge beds are from three to fifteen
miles out, on the gulf.
During 1906 there were exported from
Tampa to foreign ports 729,3E tons of
phosphates; 1.232,610 gallons of turpen-
tine and 148,935 barrels of resin.
We also exported 14,064,000 feet of
lumber-principally pine-and during
1906 Tampa exported 6,824,206 pounds of
fish, including pompano, mullet, bluefish,
Spanish mackerel, "jacks" and red snap-
We have nine banks, with a total capi-
tal of $1.275,000, the undivided profits of
which last January were $251WfA 76. The
deposits were $7,599,o04, and the surplus
There are six big botels,-; largest of
which is the celebrated Tampa l-y botela
Our public schools, police, water and
own their own homes.
Tampa's growth has been steady and
wholesome, and is not the result of a
We came up to New York to see that
Tampa's cigar industry is adequately rep-
resented at the Tobacco Trades Exposi-
SOUTHERN PROGR6 S&
No Abatement Accoding to a Columa, .
The Georgia and Alabama Industrial In-
"The near approach of the fall business
season finds no abatement of progress and
prosperity in Georgia and Alabama In-
dustrial and construction eterprises that
have been projected along extensive blin
are being pushed steadily to completion
and there is no diminution, :but rather
an increase, in the amber of new ems
definely planned. The pest7 week -as
witnessed the awatdng of e. e fr
th construction ~f ka4. I, *
to complete a great raikoaa system in
4 THE WEEKLY INDUSTRIAL RECORD.
Georgia, the chartering of a company
which will build a railway through a rich
section of Alabama, the organization of a
company to construct a collmaratively
short but important interurban electric
railway and the announcement of plans
for the establishment of a number of
manufacturing plants of substantial char-
Among other things reported by the
"Blanket mill to be built by company
with capital stock of $150,000, Griffin;
fertilizer factories, Madison and Bessemer,
Ala.: $10,000 lumber manufacturing conm-
pany. Mobile, Ala.; $10,000 lumber man-
ufacturing company, Poulan; machine shop
and foundry to be enlarged at cost of
$100,000. Birmingham. Ala.; $50,000 coal
mining company, Birmingham, Ala.; coal
mines to be opened, Coal City, Ala.; $50,-
000 company to manufacture mosquito
bars. Birmingham, Ala.; oil mills, Fast-
man and Wadley; oil mill to be enlarged,
Huntsville. Ala.; railroad shops, Bain-
bridge: company incorporated to build
railroad between Chipley, Fla., and Troy,
Ala.; electric railway to be constructed
between Fitzgerald, and Ocilla. Fla., and
shuttle block plant. Decatur, Ala.
"At Birmingham, Ala., a recently or-
ganized construction company has pur-
chased for $100,000 the site of the Chail-
foux building, which was destroyed by
fire, and will erect an office building. Two
churches, six school buildings, city hall,
sewer system, waterworks system, sani-
tarium, warehouses, bridges, residences,
and business buildings are other items of
projected construction reported. Among
construction contract awards noted are:
To build connecting links of Georgia and
Florida Railway; 50 residences, Athens:
3-story brick school building. East Lake.
Ala.: $SO.000 school dormintory, Monte-
"The values of lands are reflected in
the following sales noted: 40 acres, $10,-
000; 360 acres, $7, i0. and 97 acres. $(.000;
none of this being close-in suburban land.
At Waycross and Millen, tracts of lands
are being subdivided for sale as building
lots, and near Undine, a 5.000-acre farm
is being cleared.
"Fourteen new corporations with total
minimum capital stock of $446.000 are re-
IMMIGRANTS FOR GEORGIA.
Initial Movement From Europe to Reach
The following from the Savannah News
of August 28th looks like Georgia is to
get some direct European immigrants af-
"Within thirty days Savannah will
chronicle the initial movement of immi-
grants from Europe."
With this statement the reticence that
has enveloped the Georgia immigration
promoters was broken by the Hon. John A.
Betjeman. who arrived in Savannah yes-
terday morning from North Georgia.
While he is not in a position to disclose
the details of the first movement Mr.
Betjeman gives the assurance that it will
be entirely satisfactory to those who are
interested in the matter. He was here on
business. Although he has kept very quiet
for several weeks he has been at work in
the interest of immigration, and his visit
here means much both to Savannah and
BUYER'S DIRECTORY |
----------%%% % y iciax tx3W 1
T. G. Hutehinon, Jacksonville, PFa.
Walter Mucklow, Jaeksonville, Fla.
Briggs Hardware Co., Valdsta, Ga.
Commercial Bank, Jacksonville, Fla.
Chas. Blum & Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
.oseph Zapf & Co., Jacksonville, Fa.
East Coast Lumber Co., Watertown,
BOXES AND CRATES.
Cummer Lumber Co, Jacksonville, Fla.
Geo. R. Foster, Jr, Jaeksonville, F.
Geo. R. Foster, Jr, Jacksonvile, Fa.
Knight Crockery and Furniture Co.,
Roland Woodward, Jaksonville, FI.
Craig & Bro, J. A, Jacksonville, Fa.
Standard Clothing Co, Jacksonville, Fla.
McMillan Brothers, Jackae.Mle, Savan-
ash and Mobile.
M. A. Baker, Brunewick, Ga.
Hlorida Cooper-ge o.,Jacksonville, Fla.
Winm. D. Jones, Jacksonville, Fla.
Tampa Drug Co, Tampa, Fla.
Southern Drug Mfg. Co, Jaeksnvila, Fla.
Groover-Stewart Drug Co, Jacksonville,
Covington Co. The. Jacksonville, Fla.
ELECTRIC LIGHT AND POWER
Karl Fries, Brunswick, Ga.
Herrill-Stevens C, Jacksonville, Fa.
Sehofeld's Sons Co, J. 8, Maeon, Ga.
Lombard Iron Works and Supply Co., Au
Karl Fries, Brunswick, Ga.
Knight Crockery and Furniture Co.,
Bounr & Co, Wm. A., Jacksoville, Fla.
ShboLeeds Sons Co, J. 8, Macon, Ga.
Lombard Iron Works & Supply Co., Au-
Stuart-Bernstein Co, Jacksonville, Fla.
Craig & Bro., J. A, Jacksonville, Fla.
Standard Clothig Co., Jacksonville, Fla
Williams Co., J. P, Savannah. Ga.
Young Co, John B, Savanah, Ga.
Bond & Bours Co. The, Jacksonile, Flb.
Briggs, W. H, Hardware Valdota, Ga
Tampa Hardware Co, Tama, l.
Weed Co. J. D. avan ah. (i
HAY AND GRAI.
Roms & Coe. Wn. A., Jackmsnvfl Fla.
Craig & Bro, J. A., Jacksonvdle, Fla.
Standard Clothing Coo. Jacsoeimvilk Fla.
Aragon The, Jacksonville Fla.
Telford Hotel. White Springs, Fla.
Merrill-Stevens Co., Jacksonville, FLa.
Schofleld's Sons Co, J. 8, Maeon, Ga.
Florida Life Insurance o., Jacksonville
R. J. Riles Co., Jaeksonvill, a.
Greenleaf & Crosby Co, Jacksonville, Fla.
Hess & Slager, Jacksonville, Fla.
East Coast Lumber Co., Watertown,
R. M. Rone Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
Blum &f Co, Chas., Jacksonville, Fla.
Altmayer & Flatau Liquor Co., Maeon, Ga.
Joseph Zapf A Co, Jacksonville, Fla.
Spencer Medicine Co, Chattanooga, Te.
Schofield's Sons Co, J. S., Mason, Ga.
Lombard Iron Works. August, Ga.
MATERIALS FOR TURPENTINE PRO-
Sehofeld's Sons Co, J. 8, Maeon, Ga.
McMilan Bros. Co, Jacksoenvl Savan-
ah and Mobile.
Baker, M. A, Brunswick, Ga, and Penea
Schofleld's Sos Co., J. S., Maeon, Ga.
Tampa Hardware Co, Tampa, Fla.
Weed & Co, J. D, Savannah, Ga.
Malby Maehinery Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
Briggs Hardware Co., Valdota, Ga.
Lombard Iron Works & Supply Co, Au-
Tampa Monumental Works, Tampa, lb
MULES AMD HORSES.
W. A. Cook, Tampa. Fla.
American Naval Stores, Co., Home Office
Peninsular Naval Stores C, Tampa, F.
Barnes & Jessup Co, Jacksonville, Fa.
Consolidated Naval Storee Co, Jackson-
Union Naval Stores Co., Mobile, Ala.
West-Flynn-Harris Co, Jacksonville, Fla.
Williams Co., J. P., Savannah, Ga.
Young Co, John R., Savannah, Ga.
Southern States Naval Stores C, Savan-
Bond & Bours Co, Jacksonville, Fl.
Tampa Hardware Co, Tampa, Fla.
Lombard Iron Works & Supply Co., Au-
Merrill-Stevens Co, Jacksonville, Fa.
Schofeld's Sons Co., J. S., Maeon, Oa.
Atlantic Coast Line.
Brobston & Co, Jacksonville, Fla.
Lombard Iron Works & Supply Co, Au-
BoPa & Co, Wi. A, Jaekdonv, lbs
Cummer Lumber Co, Jackmoroe, h
Mlrrill-Steve as Co., Jaeksnavl, bs.
Covington Co. The, Jaeksaovil, la.
Joe. Rosenheim & Sons, Saramah, Ge.
Clyde Steamship Co. The, New York Cty.
Sehofield's 8ons Co., J. 8., Maeo, Ga.
Preston Miller Co., Crescent City, Fla.
Baker, M. A., Brunawick, Ga., an Fp
cola, Fl. .
McMillun Brother .CX. Jauh lif,
Savannah and Iobne.
Council Tool Co., Jacksoville, Fla
Operator' Tool Co, Greka Covn 8p
Greenleaf & Crosby Co., JaekLovie, Flb
Hess & Slager, Jacksonville, Fla.
R. J. Riles Co., Jackonville, Fla.
YELLOW PINE LUMBER.
Cummer Lumber Co, Jacksonville, Fa.
East Coast lumber Co, Watertow, FI.
GINS AND RUMS
$1.50to$5.00 per Gallon
Lewis 1366 aod Movl t Venr
Pure Rye W kdl&es.
Controllers Blum's Monogram and Sylvan
Rye-Agents for Jungst Cineinnati and
Pabst Milwaukee Beers. Prices O ap-
CHAS. BLUM & CO.
S17 and 5139 WEST BAY *T iaCT
WM. D. JONES
107 E. BAY ST.
Mail Order Solieitei.
For AN Purnpges
Write ftr CtateC
Preston Miller Co.
DegLt B Cresent City,
THE WEEKLY INDUSTRIAL RECORD. 5
VVHITE OAK SPIRITS BARRELS
Guaranteed to conform to specifications Savannah and Jacksonville Board of Trade.
Write to Columbus Barrel Mfg. Co., Columbus, Ga., or to HENRY ELSON, florida Mgr, Jacksonville, la.
Initial Movement Soon.
"It gives me a good deal of pleasure to
be able to say that we are soon to witness
the initial movement to Savannah dit oct
from Continental Europe through our own
port," he said.
"From our reticence of the last sixty
days some of our business friends have
assumed that we were inactive. That
assumption, however, is not a correct one.
Regardless of any suggestion to the con-
trary, I am prepared to state that the
immigration question to is on a sound
business basis, and within thirty days this
city will welcome the first immigrants who
have come over in any considerable num-
bers under the auspices of the state im-
Is Business Proposition.
Mr. Betjeman says he is doing the best
he can to see that those who come over
are both properly located and cared for.
He regards immigration as a business
proposition, apart from politics, he says,
and he is handling it with an eye single
to the success of the scheme. Mr. Betje-
man didn't say just how many immigrants
will land in the first party. It is believed,
however, that a modest beginning will be
made and the number gradually increased
as the foreigners Iecome lcated and get
satisfied with their new environment.
The first load will not come over on a
direct or chartered steamer. This, how-
ever, is regarded as a strong argument in
Savannah's favor when viewed in com-
parison with Cbarleston's Wittekind fias-
co. In the latter instance Charleston and
the State of South Carolina chartered the
Wittekind and furnished free transporta-
tion to the Germans. and then found that,
besides getting in serious legal tangles
with the fe:leral government, they were
unable to make it of sufficient interest to
the aliens to hold them in the state. This
assertion is based upon the fact that a
large percentage of the Wittekind pas-
sengers are now residents of Georgia.
Oaly Iitatio Giveh.
Savannah is to get immigrants in vary-
ing numbers without further inducement
than is contained in the statement to
them that there is plenty of room in this
state for them, and that they will be wel-
come and kindly and liberally treated. No
transportation is furnished and no guar-
antees are made, only an invitation is
Mr. Betjeman's attitude toward Baron
Von Pelis, who is a visitor in Charleston
is similar to that of Savannahians. He ii
S disinclined to fall over himself in an effort
to inject him into the Georgia immigra-
tion situation. However, if the Baron
comes into this state, and he will probably
go to Augusta, Mr. Betjeman will make ii
a point to meet him. In a long distance
conversation with a prominent Augustar
in the afternoon he was advised of the
approaching visit of the Baron and wa
asked to be present.
Spotch Immigrants Satisfed.
There are now in Georgia 110 satisfied
Scotch immigrants, many of whom cam4
over on the Wittekind and landed ii
Charleston last December. If all of thb
applicants on file in Mr. Betjeman's office
in Albany were taken at their face value
he could locate 12,000 immigrants imme-
diately. But he does not think all who
have asked for them are yet ready for
them, and he is proceeding on this belief
and conducting the movement on a practi-
cal business Iasis.
In ten days lie will return to Savannah.
At that time he will perhaps be in a posi-
tion to throw considerable light on the
CENTRAL OF GEORGIA BONDS.
Newness of Proposition Makes Those Pres-
ent Act Conservatively.
The initial meeting in the contest which
the holders of second and third income
lIndls of thile (ent.ral of (leorgia proioMse
to make to secure the full 5 per cent
dividend on the income bonds, was held
in Savannah at noon yesterday. mond-
holders representing about $600,000 of the
total issue of $4,000,000 of the thirds, and
some of the seconds, met at the chamber
of oniinerce in response to a call pub-
lished in the Morning News on Sunlda; ,
to discuss the situation.
Organization was perfected by the eitc-
tion of Mr. J. .Minis as chairn:ani, -Mr.
\V. F. McCauley as vice-chlairuan and Mr.
.1. 11. Strouss as secretary. Letters and
messages from New York were read, in
which the cooperation of the Savannah
lndholders was sought in the efforts to
Ie made to force the Central to declare
the full dividend on all three classes of
Owing to the newness of the proposi-
tion, some of the gentlemen present were
inclined to go slowly and favored asking
for further information before taking any
definite steps The question of expense
was also considered.
n(nder the terms of the deed of trust
for each class of income bonds, one-third
of the holders can join in a petition to
the trustees asking for an investigation,
and the trustees is compelled to order an
audit. This is done at the expense of the
company. The trustee then-if satisfied
that any of the rights of the bondholders
have been disregarded-makes demand on
the road for reparation. If the road re-
fuses to accede, then the only course left
is a suit, the costs, of which are to be
Sborne by the unsuccessful party.
It was decided to ask for further in-
formation from Lazard Bros., the New
York banking firm which is apparently
t taking the leading part in the matter.
When this is received another meeting
Swill be called.
SOne of the reasons why nothing definite
twas done was the fact that the gentle-
men present represented only a small part
Sof the total holdings of the second and
e third income bonds in Savannah. At the
s next meeting it is expected that a much
larger representation can be gotten out.
Following the Savannah meeting, sim-
I ilar gathering was held in Boston, large
e holders of the two classes of bonds being
t present. It is understood that definite
e steps were taken looking to a contest to
e the end.
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. Standard Clothing Company |
* FASHIONABLE CLOTHIERS AND FURNISHERS,
S7 and 19 West Bay Street. Jacksonville, FhnF
Stetson and Hawes Hats. Special Attentionl Given to Ma Orders.
**db***(** i m r i t itf i -
Sawmill &. Cross-Tle Men I
If you use Axes and want the best
buy RIXfORD'S. They are a little high
priced, it is true, in fact the Mghest
priced club axe made-$14.00 per doze-
in any weight, but you get more than
your money s worth in quality. The best
is none too good and always the cheapest.
SEND YOUR ORDERS DIRECT TO
W. H. Briggs Hardware Co. i
t Sole Southern Agents
Jobbers of Mill and Turpentine Supplies.
a Large Tr
OF ROUND TIMBER, LYING IN A SOLID BODY,
TRANSPORTATION, ON WHICH WE WILL ENTER
PORTIONS OF IT BY RELIABLE AND EXPERIEN
OPERATORS, AND TO SUCH WE WILL GRANT LOB
SI YOU ARE INTERESTED, WRITE US.
Brobston & Comj
^IosG Weit esmyth 8btL
TAIN OFERS FOR
G TIUM PAYMENT.
6 THE WEEKLY INDUSTRIAL RECORD.
This Easy Chipper Saves time and Money.
S : Chip escapes easier on account of hollow back. WRIT
^^L! K. Cuts a shade streak easier as hollow back allows hack to
to be closed more FOR
SGum flows easier as there is less steel to drag over the .R
Operator's Tool Company, Green Cove Springs, Fla.
LOOKING FOR uPEOMS."
Xza Quackenboe Is Now in New Orleans
for the Government.
Speaking of Mrs. May Grace Quack-
enbos, the female lawyer who operated
here in behalf of the government in the
alleged peonage cases, the New Orleans
States publishes the following which will
prove of general interest to Floridians:
"May Grace Quackenbos, special assist-
Sant United States district attorney, is in
New Orleans, and visions of $29,000,000
Anes are beginning to trouble local trust
magnates, for it is rumored that the spe-
ial district attorney is here on govern-
ment investigations of great importance,
although she is doing her best to keep her
"A tip was given a States' reporter that
Special Attorney Quackenbos was in New
Orleans, and it caused a quiet investiga-
tion among the hotels, and finally the bold
signature of May Grace Quackenbos was
located on a hotel register, but nothing
was said about her being a special assist-
ant United States district attorney. New
York City was all that followed her name.
Wouldt Be Interviewed.
The reporter expressed a desire to send
his card up to the attorney, but the hotel
elerk showed a strange unwillingness to
take charge of the paste board and also
discouraged an attempt to telephone to
the room occupied by the attorney. From
the States office, however, communication
was had by telephone with Attorney
Quaekenbos. She admitted her title, but
absolutely refused an interview, although
the reporter pleaded hard for it on the
ground that a lady bearing the title of
Special Assistant United States District
Attorney was worth an interview a yard
long any day in this city. But the in-
terview was refused in a most courteous
but most decided manner, although Attor-
ney General Quackenbos virtually admit-
ted that she was sent here by Attorney
General Bonaparte. She was asked if she
was here on an investigation of the al-
leged lumber trust, but refused to answer
the question and begged that she be asKea
no more questions because she would be
obliged to decline to answer them. She
Sh Was Supriase
"I am here on business, the nature of
which I can say nothing about. That s all
I can say. I cannot understand how you
found out I was here, and I wish you would
say absolutely nothing about it.'
"The question was asked if she was
working in conjunction with local United
States district attorneys, but Attorney
Qaekembos professed not to have an ac-
quaintanee with those gentlemen.
"Attepts were made, before an effort
was made to interview Attorney Quacken-
ba, to get into communication with W.
W. Howe, United States district attorney,
and Rufus E. Foster, his assistant, but
they were fruitless.
' "The object of the visit of Attorney
Quackenbos will cause more or less specu-
lation among business interests, already
deeply engaged in watching the fight of
the national administration on the trusts
and in guessing on the next move. It was
suggested that Attorney Quackenbos is
bent on getting data concerning the lum-
ber trust, and if this is so it will be about
the most novel anti-trust campaign ever
conducted. Few people know that there
are women lawyers practicing in the
United States, and still fewer know that
there are women who hold the office of
assistant United States district attorney.
Organization of Lumbermen.
"Some color is lent to the rumor of an
investigation of the lumber trade, because
of the recent perfection of an extensive
organization among lumber men which
has even gone to the expense of sending
high salaried men to Europe to look after
its interests there. Perhaps, after all, the
Standard Oil and the railroad magnates
will not be the only ones to be dragged
into the limelight of national investiga-
tion. The question naturally arises, will
the chivalrous instincts of Southern trust
officers allow them to refuse to pay any
fine that might result from the investiga-
tions of Attorney Quackenbos, as the
Standard Oil has done; is not the admin-
istration taking an unfair advantage of the
South by sending her here?
"Attorney Quackenbos is deseoned as
being a woman of very distinguished ap-
pearance and apparently of very great
brain power such as would enable her to
accomplish anything she should set out to
ZAHN'S EUROPEAN HOTEL
UNDER NEW nMAAG ENTT
Rooms, 50C to S.oo Per Night. eals at
S Al Hours. x18 Bay Street.
NOTICE OF INCORPORATIO.
Notice is here given that we, the
ndersigned, intend to apply to s -
elleney, N. B. Broward, Governor 'e the
State of Florida, on the 9th day of Sep-
tember, A 1907, for etters Patent in-
corporating Greenville Investment Onm-
pany, under the following proposed Char-
ter, the original of which is now on ile in
the office of the Secretary of State of the
State of Florida.
Tba notice is given in pursn of
Section 2649 of the General Statutes (of
1906) of the State of Florida.
THOMAS P. DENHAM,
EDWARD W. LANK.
J. W. BISHOP,
M. A. MeDOWBEI,
ARTICLES OF IMCORPORATIOW
OF GREErNILL InmESTarma
We, the iadeeaigbed, have aseodated
OUGHT SAW MILLS
Lamt md Skhiil MacdNsM
Saws and Supplie,
Steam and Gasoline
Casting and Dryers
Lmava. the ward
F MHNyof care
Certiwty of reslt
Superior to all rts.
THE OPPORTUNITY OF TODAY.
The first to plamt a peam grove
will be the first t reap
For full informattle apply to
THE 6RIFFIl6 BROSL CI
Jac ksovmle. FlorMa.
*em es***g t tf-- --- ts--- --------
S Craig Bros Co.
* 239 W. Ba.y Street 'EVERETT BLOCK.
i --lAer in Men's and Bos' Fine Cloth-
I ing and Up-to-Date Furmishinss.
Agents for Dunlap and Stetson Hats; largest stock in the City.
-- -------- ---
W. W.. C0aea Pes. W. C. Th M a-- ger. R. S Carm, 8L. -a TM %.
Tampa Hardware Co.
Turpentine. Mill end Phosphate Si pplies
i TAMPA, FLOKIDA.
tges '. 1,'.8 llt 1 .I.'. ..as$$ -- - ... i...m m
. PgUW 041a
Enamhmtleu id fla Estimate
CONSULTING AND CIVIL ENGINEER.
Ueem k Deorl ef Trade 3 bU IA
THE WEEKLY INDUSTRIAL RECORD. 7
Southern Drug Mfg. Company
WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS AND MANUFACTURERS OF
Flavoring Extracts, Packed Drugs, B. B. Bluing. Vinegar end Pyne's Popular R. nedies.
We handle everythiin the Drug snd aed cine line. Write for prices. JACKSONVILLE. tLA.
ourselves together and do hereby associ-
ate ourselves for the purpose of forming
ourselves into a body politic and corporate
lnder and by virtue of the law of the
State of Florida amd do adopt the follow-
lag Articles of i.,puion.
The ame of this corporation is the
Greenville Investment Company, and its
principal place of business shall be in the
ity of Jacksonville, Duval County, Flor-
The general nature of the business to be
tramaated and condueted by this company
sBll be to buy, acquire, hold, own, use,
ease, mortgage, sel and convey real es-
tate; and to carry on ad condeut a gene-
ral real estate and rent collecting busi-
snes; to act as real estate broke; to
bay and eln real estate and personal
property on contret; to erect, construct
at bmld sad contract for the erection
ad cona.ti Uo. of house and other build-
ings; to leas real estate as landlords; to
bay and sell, to acquire, own and hold all
personal property neessry to advantag-
nly conduct and tranaset any biness
that tias company is authoried to arry
e: t& subscribe for. purchase. we e.
own and hold for investment or otherwise,
to sell, dispose of and make advances upon
and to deal in stocks, shares, bonds, se-
crities or obligations of all other corpo-
rations whatever; to loan and borrow
money on bonds, notes and other obliga-
6t .A l t t. t d
officers of the company shall be: Presi-
dent, Thomas P. Denham; Vice-President,
J. W. Bishop; Secretary, M. A. McDowell;
Treasurer, M. A. McDowell; and the Board
of Directors shall be Thomas P. Denham,
J. W. Bishop, M. A. McDowell and Edward
The first or organization meeting of the
stockholders of the company shall be held
in the city of Jacksonville, Duval County,
Florida, the principal place of business of
the company, at 508 Dyal-Upchurch Build-
ing, on the 12th day of September, A. D.
1907, for the purpose of adopting By-Laws
and completing the organization of the
company, and thereafter the annual meet-
nlg 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 Directors, who must be
stockholders of the company, qualified to
vote at the election at which they are
chosen, not less than three (3) nor more
than 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 indebtedness or
liability to which this corporation shall
at any time subject itself shall be twice
the amount of its then existing capital.
W. L. WILSON,
Pres. a Treas.
JNO. V. HARRIS,
G. J. SCOVIL,
Se'y* &eE 60L Mr.
Florida Cooperage Company
(Incorporated) Capital Stock 100.000
Turpentine, Cotton Seed Oil, Dip
and Syrup Barrels.
Office and factory Enterprise ad Estele Streets,
Telephone 1855 Jacksonville, Fla.
M. A BAKVETOR AND TII
MBAR IMPROAD SMLSS TR MANUFACTURER OFS
BAKER IMPROVED SEAMLESS TURPENTINE STILLS.
sy part of its business and to have Art
anch offices and agencies and to employ The names and residences of the sub-
officers and agents at such place or places scribing incorporators ot said eapration,
in this State or in other States and in and the amount of capital k sub-
foa ign eor not be ay irad or scribed for by each, are as follows:
oeig n zry I oarry ad rvqntgous- Thomas P. Denham, Jacksonville, Flor-
found eesry to on advantageous- da, seventy-five shares.
the ends whereunt this eompan y t s r- Edward W. Lane, Jacksonville, Florida,
gsnied, in the discretion of its Board of seventy-five shares.
Diretors; to borrow money and to nscur J. Bishop, Greenville, Florida, seven-
the payment of the same, also other mon- ty-ive shares.
iea otherwise owed by the company, by Aseventy-ve ell, Greenv Florida,
ortgages, deeds, bonds, notes or other seventy-five sha DENHAM,
obligations therefore; and to do all such TWOMA WP DEHA ,
other and further things as may be neces- T. W. BISHOP.
vary or expedient to be done for the sue-J. BISHOP
eessful transaction of any of the business- M. A. McDOWELL
es this company is authorized to conduct
es this many is authcted t uct State of Florida, County of Madison, as:
Article m Before me, a Notary Public in
The amount of the capital stock of this and for said State and County, personally
corporation shall be Thirty Thousand Dol- appeared J W Bishop and M. A. McDow-
ars ($o30000), to be divided into three el, to me each of them personally well
hundred shares (300) of the par vhre known, and to me well known to be two
of one hundred dollars each. Ten of the persons described in, and who exe-
per cent of such capital stock shall be cuted as such the foregoing proposed Ar-
suibscnribed for and pi i b bf_ te tides of Incorporation of the GREEN-
subscribeL for and paid in before the INVESTMENTr COMPANY, and
transactiaon of any business by this corpo- rSw d ts,
ration. All or any part of the capital severally acknowledged that they signed
stock of this corporation may be paid in the same for the purposes therein ex-
or used for the purchase of property, la- I itnes whereof, I have hereunto
bar or services at a just valuation thereof t my hand and axed M hicil e
to be fixed by the Board of Directors of set my hand and affixed my official seal
this company, at a meeting to be lled at Greenville, Madison County, Florida,
for tht purpose. Al stock shal be is- this the 2d day of August A. D. 1907.
edfor tht purpose. All stock shall be is- COUNCIL BUSH,
ed fully paid-up and non-ass ble. (Seal.) Notary Public
Artice IV. State of Florida at Large.
This corporation shall continue and have My commission expires March 6, 1909.
full power to exercise its corporate rights
and franchises for the period of ninety- State of Florida, County of Duval, as:
ine (99) years from and after the com- Before me, a Notary Public in and for
meonement of its corporate existence the State of Florida at large, personally
Article V. appeared Thomas P. Denham and Edward
The business of the company shall be W. Lane, to me each of them personally
conducted by a Board of Directors, a well known, and to me well known to be
Phr esl t. Vice-Presideit a Trasurer and two of the persons described in and who
a Secretary and such other officers, agents executed as such the foregoing Articles of
or employes as may be created by the Incorporation of the GREENVILLE IN-
By-Laws of the company, and as may VESTMENT COMPANY, and severally
from time to time be elected and appoint- acknowledged that they signed the same
ed; the qualification -and the manner of for the purposes therein expressed.
appointment of the charter and all other In witness whereof, I have hereunto set
offers of the company and the manner of my hand and affixed my official seal at
ing vacancies occ in by depth, ra- Jacksonville, Duval Ounty, Florida, this
ignation or thurwise, tbe presaribed the Ist day of August, A. D. 1907.
by the By-Laws; and until the firt or WM. H. NALT4
oraniation mietig of the stockholders Notary Public, State of Florida at large.
a provide for, ad until ir My commission expires August 18, 1909.
ae ra elected and qulam d, the (Notarial SiaL.)
Wrts me o r kwes r. O.b. nyr jpint in the etnst.lre beL
A mial med umwer a Mmaratee.
JOB WORK THROVG THE COVUTrLY PROMPTLYr.ATTENrDam
The Largest and Oldest Copper Works in the Soutk.
My specialty Is large worms adI hIeavy bettms that de mit leak
BRUNSWICK, GA. and PENSACOLA, FLA.
DIAMONDS AND WATCHES I
We simply ask a can. We can sew ye, at correct mnd miwey
savlng prices, many papers of flee pare wit, perfect
DIAMONDS. It Is er desIr te comtne bCeg the largest
Di amed dealers I IJacksa"eve, and ar specialty Is fIae rsem-
cut cems aW high-grade Waltham and Egln Watches.
HES 48 SLU ER Mao St., 3 W. a, Jelry,
till Sllll llll llll lli lll tllll 11t1It it 1 1111
SJ. P. Wr.IAM. President J A. G. CAlO, let Vice-PreaCMUt
- T. A. Jawxnirs. nd VicePresidast. J. F. DoUna.Y,34 Vice-Prent
SH. Karyon, Secretry.. ScRHsrum Tresaur.
SJ. P. WILLIAMS COMPANY,
E ana 0orre einV ma"n1., OsomeOa.
l &Cc0on o rX. FlJKm- t meame
S1LIIECOLI, LN.. c rn-@ 0 rn
mranavn olSem< JAceaCW vXiL, to. rCOLUnMW, VA.
Naval Stores Prodacers are Jlrfted to Correspod WIth Us.
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8 THE WEEKLY INDUSTRIAL RECORD.
JAMIE A. OLLOUMON. dI-m a-CMet.
A. fI. NAILSr Bu11eme Man4-er.
P Abulhed .Evo Swadm y.
s- r n DomesUte) .3.00 Per A nnam
e -rrow (Foreign) 13 o :
-TThe Pine and Its ProdnMoto."
ADeo .h-aM be a&desed
The Induntrial LRecord Compmay.
sraoeb dlit -ald iiMunm omaom a
meted at the Pastoiee at Jacksoaville. Fla..
as neoom-d-elas utatter
Adopted by the Executive Committee of
the Turpentine Operators Asodation
BSptember 12, 190, a its exmelive om-
e1 organ. Adopted in manual eovertam
September 11 a the organ alo of the ges-
Adopted April 7th, 1903, as the official
agan of the Iter tate Cae Growers' As-
soeMtia. Adopted September 11, 190a, as
the only Mocial orga of the T. 0. A.
aComended to lumber people by special
moaiution adopted by the Georgia Sawmill
THE RECORD'S OFFICE
SThe publifahi plant and the man of-
s of the Indtrl RBeord aapny
ae located at the intereetion of Bay and
Nenaa Streets, JackuMonille, Fa., in the
S heart of the great turpeatie and
TM Sra h, Ga., ofae in in the Board
f Trade BW;Ming. Savannah i the bad-
lg open nl mita maket in the world.
NOTICE TO PATRONS.
All paynt for advertising in the In-
I8trel nRed ad unhacriptim thereto
nm t he aa- direct t tho te hom e i
JaM-Mvi_ Agts are mt aleoed to
make celctims nder ay cirenntances.
JMt for advertising ad sbecriptiea are
mst et from the home oice whe ae,
U l an mittances must be made direct
to thi company.
hIbmtlul Meen"l Puhi l CL
FORESTS BEING DEPLETED.
secretary Wilhm Discuses Need for Safe-
Chicago, Aug. 28-"If better care, more
general propagation and a fostering of
present conditions are not observed, the
forests of the United States will be prae-
tically wiped out inside of another ten
years," was the declaration made by Sec-
retary of Agriculture James Wilson at
the Auditorium hotel yesterday.
The secretary reached Chicago yester-
day on his way to Washington from a
tour of inspection of the government pre-
serves in the West.
"The pine timber of Michigan, Wiscon-
sin and Minnesota," he said, "are practi-
cally wiped out. Forest fires are the one
great thing to be guarded against, and
for that protection the government has
employed thousands of men to watch for
ares. A person can ride for miles through
Michigan, Wisconsin and Minnesota and
see barren sections where formerly grew
our great pine forests. Fires, started
either carelessly or otherwise, have wiped
oet millions and millions of dollars' worth
of the best of our hardwood. Unless some-
thing is done we will not have enough
hard wood in fifteen years at the latest
to make an old fashioned bedstead with.
"resident Rooeevelt has done much for
the preservation of our forests, more, I
might truthfully say, than all of our other
Time secretary pressed the belief that
the next congress should immediately take
up the forestry matter.
Stop the Mad Wave of Radical
The Industrial Itecord has -everal times without those facilities which they now
of late referred to radical enactments on enjoy.
the part of Southern legislatures. The "Let a real concern for the true inter-
.ntire press of the South is a ,aking to ests of the South take tihe place of the
the situation. We do not see any material I sent situation or suffer the inevitable
danger ahead at the present writing. If cnesuences which are apparent al
our Southern legislatures will from this ready.
time forward ie contented with conserva- Tl'ese are statements worthy of sober
tive measures, the conditions will become consideration on the Iart of everybody
satisfactorily adjusted. There is no doubt- concerned for the welfare of the South
ing the statement that this mad wave of Both of them have behind them names of
anti-railroad, anti-corporation, anti-man- substantial individuals whose friendliness
ufacturers, and anti-so on wave can do for the South cannot be questioned.
great material damage unless it is checked Neither of them is of Wall Street or of
before it reaches the real danger point. Washington, and neither of them can war.
In this connection we most heartily en- rant the charge of having been inspired by
dorse the following editorial from the anything hut plain common sense and
Manufacturers' Record of recent date: proper appreciation of a situation for
which there is less justification in the
SANITY OR STAGNATION FOR THE South, ierhapls than in any other part of
SOUTH? the countryq. Both statements bear out
According to a statement in the Savan- the warnings that have been given from
nah News made by Mr. C. C. Esdale, gen- tine to time recently that legislation un-
eral manager of a car-wheel works, with duly hostile to the railroads could not
plants in Alabama and Georgia, the re- possibly fail to work ill upon general
trenchment policy of the railroads under conditoins in the country, no matter how
the strain of recent legislation is begin- sound, economically, such conditions might
ning to be felt by the manufacturers of li.
ear wheels and by other industries. Mr. Granted that the railroads have been at
Esdale said: fault, granted that antagonistic legisla-
"This is due to the aggressive legislation tion in certain Southern States has been
of the Alabama'and Georgia Legislatures. promoted in the sincere belief that it
The railroads are being so legislated would be beneficial, the extremes to which
against that they do not know where they such legislation has been pushed in many
stand, and they have shut down on new instances, extremes overbalancing any fail-
imlprovements.and are purchasing just such inga or any aggressions of the railroads
things as are necessary. in the past, are now beginning to bear
"The car-wheel companies are not the fruit not only in tending to cripple the
only companies that are suffering. In operations of the railroads by making it
fact, this big decrease in business is felt impossible for them to render the service
in every b:anch of the general supply necessary for the healthy development of
men. The lumber men, the brass men, the States through which they run, but
the iron men and the suppliers of every- also in putting unnecessary and menacing
thing which goes into the make-up of the brakes upon the wheels of industries
railroad are suffering from the antago- largely dependent for continued success
nistic position the Legislatures have as- upon the steady call from the railroads
sumed toward the railroads." for their products. From that may be
With this should be read the following reasonably expected a letting-up in lum-
circular letter from the banking firm of bring, mining and other basic undertak-
Wilson, Colston & Co., of Baltimore, pub- ings of production, which, of course, would
lished in the Charlotte (N. C.) Observer: mean a reduction in the working forces
"We are pioneers in the introduction of of the country, a diminution of their pur-
Southern securities into friendly markets chasing power, and. consequently, a nar-
and this was very soon after the war. rowing of the markets for the farmers.
and we have since done as much as any The letter front the Baltimore banking
other house in maintaining an interest in firm reveals another drawback resulting
such securities and in providing capital from ill-considered attempts to adjust the
for the development of the South. relations of the railroad corporation and
We view. therefore, with regret and ap- "the people"-the probability that, being
prehension the present attitude of the logical, capital otherwise willing to invest
Southern people, through their Legisla- and necessary to assure Southern progress
tures, toward that capital. They do not in all lines will argue that legislation aim-
pause to consider that many millions of ed against a particular kind of corporation
dollars were lost in Southern securities may ultimately be expanded so as to in-
before they got on a paying basis. If you clude all corporations within its Upas
allow for all these losses. it will be found shadow, and therefore, that all invest-
that there is no "water" in Southern se- ments would be unsafe. Action upon such
curities. logic would still further restrict produe-
"This attitude will surely have one tive energies, and would not merely bring
effect-that capital will not continue to to a standstill the parts affected by the
go into the South as it has gone. It is of legislation, but would lead to their retro-
no use to repeat that oft-quoted saying. gression.
The South is going to be the richest see- Contemplation of such probabilities
tion of the country.' Other growing and ought to awaken the South to its danger
developing sections have been built up by and compel a suspension of the wild drive
the me of outside capital now being made against the railroads in
"Orcider for a moment where the three or four States. It seems to be a
Southern communities would be now if all case either of suspension of the agitation
the railroad, city, street railway, water, or o fmore or less stagnation in mate-
gas. etc., bonds had had to be placed on rialities.
local investments, or the communities be That the danger is beginning to be ap-
IL. MrU GOd11PANT,
15 W. Ilay 01
IlOW 1S 1YS
SOLE AGENTS $F KMI MATS
THE STUART-BERNSTEIN CO.
4 WEST mY ST. J KSN rA.
preciated is indicated by editorial eom-
ments of a number of Southern news-
papers reproduced on other pages of this
week's issue of the Manufacturers' Ree-
ord-comments shedding the light of hope
upon an otherwise baffling situation.
TOBACCO INDUSTRY IN LEON
Tallahassee, Aug. 23.-Messrs. Hirash-
burg and Rosenberg, the two well mkowr
proprietors of the Lake Jaeksoa tobsae
plantation, and pioneers of the tobasme
growing industry in Leon county, have
sold their famous plantation, together
with the 1907 crop, to two prominent leaf
tobacco firms, Gans & Co., of New York
city, and Harry Hirachburg of Philadel-
phia. The rumor that the El Provedo C(-
gar factory was included in the sale was
without foundation. This part of the abs-
The Wealth of the
Often disappeared, evaporated, nd the
new generation wu left hut am er two
thgs of real value. Amimg theme va -
ables (in 9e ease out of a humred) was
Sebhest of old silver, the most umeful am
beautiful heirloom that the young gra-
Have you such a treasure to hand dom
to your heirst If not, now is the tim t
start gathering it. If ye are interested,
come down sad let Mu a hw you maethli
in that Mae that is WORTH HAVING
NOW and which will be hilW teae
by your som and daughter
THE WEEKLY INDUSTRIAL RECORD. 9
FLORIDA LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY.
CAPITAL STOCK JACKSONVILLE. FLA. Writes all Forms of Life and En-
ONE MILLION DOLLARS [ C dowment Insurance.
iness will still be controlled by Messrs.
Hirschburg and Rosenburg, though the ac-
tual management will be delegated to
some of the younger members of the firm.
Mr. Rosenberg, however, will continue to
buy in Cuba for the firm, as he has done
The transfer of the property will take
place on the first of September, and will
bear the name of the Lake Jackson To-
baeco Growing company. The present em-
* ployes will continue in the service of the
mw proprietors, and, except in the way
of improving and enlarging the tobacco
acreage and facilities for insuring a good
crop, no change will be made.
This plantation was the first of its kind
to be planted in Leon county, and has
grown during its ten years of existence
into a magnificent property, famous in the
northern market for the high grade of its
product, which i ranked among the bt.
The whole tract embraces 1,580 acres,
eighty of which am planted and shaded.
The new owners will add thirty more, and
will avail themselves of the excellent fa-
cilities they have of laying a system of
irrigation. Being contiguous on one side to
Lake Jackson, and on the other to the
Oeklockonee river, this desirable advan-
tage will easily be obtained. The lake
border also affords fine pasturage for 300
head of cattle which are kept for fertiliz-
e place has also other advantages
which are not to be found on any other
tobacco plantation in Florida. Its large
packing house is built close to the G. F.
and A. Railway, thus largely diminishing
the cost and labor of shipping, and it is
moreover provided with an express and
postoffice, and a large commissary.
Fifty cottages, all occupied, are scat-
tered about, each on its own plot of
gound, which is farmed by the tenant for
his own benefit. Except a few of the
higher employes, these tenants are ne-
gres. They command good wages and
seem a more than ordinarily satisfied lot.
Though easily reached by rail, Lake
Jackson is oftener visited by private con-
veyance, as the six-mile drive over good
roads is a very enjoyable diversion. A
few months ago this lake was the object
ive point of many pilgrimages. The
whole countryside went out to see the
big hole that had made its sudden ap-
pearance in the middle of the lake,
through which the waters were rapidly re-
eading. Great fear was entertained lest
the beautiful sheet of water should be en-
tirely drained off, but it is fast lling
again and will doubtless soon be as here-
PRAISES FOR FLAGLER.
Has Dome Much to Make Florida Rich ad
The Starke Teleraph, whose editor, the
Ben. Eugene Matthews, was Speaker of
the House of Representatives at the re-
cent session of the legislature, has the
following in his paper:
"Down at Miami a few weeks ago they
bad a bank failure and a lot of people got
hurt in the crash. The affairs of the bank
were carefully gone over, and it was found
that the depositors would get back only
a small per centage of their money. At
this stage oi the matter Henry M. Flagler
consented to take things in hand and
finance the failed bank, so it could pay off
its depositors in full. This is ...u ~ame
Henry M. Flagler at whose heels a gang
of demagogues and hungry office seekers
in this state have lost no opportunity to
snap and snarl."
Another Warm Tribute.
Commenting on the above, the Tallahas-
see True Democrat says:
"And that same Henry M. Flagler, with
all the abuse that has been heaped upon
him, has done more to build up and make
Florida rich and prosperous than any hun-
dred men in the state. He has invested
millions'of dollars in this state without
the least hope of ever getting it back, or
even a fair interest on the investment,
that Florida and Floridians miagan giow
great and prosperous, and all Floridians
owe him a deep debt of gratitude. If the
Floridians, to whom Mr. Flagler had ex-
tended the helping hand, that they might
succeed and prosper, were to stand up in
line and be counted, the great line of hu-
manity would startle the natives, yet as
the Starke Telegraph truthfully says: 'A
gang of demagogues and hungry office
seekers lost no opportunity to snap and
snarl at him.' and at those newspapers
who at least try to give him tair creun
for what he has done and is always doing
for we Floridians. Would that our fair
state had more Henry M. Flaglers, and
particularly this immediate Middle Florida
section, which, by the way, is the very
best of Florida. We assure all critics, too,
that we have never received a personal
favor from Mr. Flagler or one of his
agents. We simply desire to see him
fairly treated by Floridians."
Rate for this column is I ena per wrd
for firm insertion and 1 ent per word for
following inertioas. No advertement
taken for les than 40 eenta or tast, and
20 cents for following insertism CO
must accompany orders amless you h-a
aa account with us
WANTED-A turpentine woodsman to
take charge of our side camp, 7 miles
from Brooksville, must be sober and will-
ing to work. Home Naval Stores Co,
Freeman, Fla. 8--3t.
POSITION WANTED AS A TUBPEN-
TINE STILLER-Seven years experience
Single; have a job, but being in a malarial
section, wish to change. Seaborn Johnso,
Baxley, Ga. 8-4-It.
FORTUNES IN FLORIDA-Turpentine
and Sawmill Men. Your attention please.
If you are interested in the purchase of a
Turpentine location, Sawmill or Timber
Lands, either virgin or boxed, I will be
pleased to mail you my list and sched-
ules, or go with you in the woods to make
personal examination of what I have. All
properties direct from owners. Titles good.
Reference, bankers and business men of
my town and county. Chas. F. Turner,
DeFuniak Springs, Fla. 8-24-4t.
A PARTNER WANTED-To manufac-
ture a new turpentine hook; or a buyer
for patent on the same. A fortune in it.
T. A. McGregor, Halcyondale, Ga. t.
WANTED-Organiers, either mx, on
salary of $100 a month and expnes for
an up-to-date association, paying weekly
sick and accident benefits and furnishing
free medical attendants to all its members.
Liberal contract will be made for produc-
er of business. American Sick & Aci-
dent Asociation, Buffalo, N. Y.
FOR SALE-A desirable turpentine lo-
cation, well located on railroad, fifteen
crops of boxes; timber to cut about nine
more crops. Moderate price. Schedule upon
application. Address N. R. Hays, Apalach-
EMPLOYEES WANTED-We own a
large compact body of Long Leaf Yellow
Pine timber which we desire to operate
for Naval Stores and wish to correspond
with active, experienced men with a view
of securing a foreman and two or three
wood's riders for this department of our
business. Please write fully as to yor
experience with boxes ad cups and say
how long you have followed this busiess
and give your references, saying whe yoa
could come for the place sad what sal-
ry you will require. Do not answer it
addicted to drink.-Address, T-mbwr ,
care of this paper.
WANTED High-elass schee goods
salesmen that will command big pay, to
tell drug specialties among eommiaries
principally. We don't want a cheap man.
Will pay either salary or oimsia.
Commissary Supply Company, Birmin-
ham, Ala. c-2-tt
FOR SALE.-Plae and Cyprea lan.
Owing to extensive orange and other iter-
esat in the State, owner will aB hia Ian
and cypres land hoisting of 10W0 wa
pine and 2,00 acr es cypes Ld in
mill and store in operation; small sw
mill. Three hundred acrs pi ready to
be cut, remainder w being tupentin .
Will sell a a whole for $75a =M
payment down, remainder to be eat as it
can be cut from the land, or win all
shingEe mill and press separate. Ad-
FOR SALE CHEAP-Turpentine location, W a Bard of
15 crops virgin, yearling and 3rd year ville, Fl.
boxes. 3,000 acres round timber. Lot of
high boxes can be worked for protecting WANTD-Al I
from fire. Homesteads being proved up in their bars of all
abundance. 20 miles from PensaEola. burlap. We buy
Water rate. A bargain to the man with of emeka. Write a
the money. J. F. Mathis, Pensacola, Fla. Jacksoane l Ftl.
y, "Owner A, 6 Maiam
'rade Bauing, Jackson-
mnimgris to d-- y
kisnds of mad sa,05 =a
verythig in the w
a. Amsertian 17im O,
COMPARATIVE MARKET uKn*U lb.
The price of spirits turpentine continues considerably below its value both
here and at Savannah. The better grades of rosin have advanced steadily for
the last few weeks.
SPIRITS OF I UPpEmxu POR THE WEE HERKE A1D AT SAVANNAH.
Prise. Sake. suiha m-amWs "Ossim
Jax. Sva. Ja. Sw. Ja v. JaS Ja. Sa. Jax. tMv
Saturday ... 55% 55% 167 016 .... 493 434 835 21,963 27,2
onday.....55 55 25 784 510 2,529 847 537,397 25,228
Tuesday .... 54% 55 510 505 87 497 391 1,25422,934 25,985
Wednesday .. 54/ 889 104 1,177 27,058
Thursday ... 54% 54% 331 1,497 507 440 864 27,415
Friday ...... 54 54 306 930 607 224 316 94524,227 28,136
ROSI FOR TUE WEEK HE= AND AT SAVANNAH.
Saturday. Monday. Taumy. Weridney.y.Tursda. M y.
Jax. Has. Jan. SaT. Ja.a t. Ja. awv. Jax. la. Jas. Mw.
W'W ....... 6.00 6.306.00 6.306.00 600 6.26.0 6.256.00 6.864.00 6.25
WG .......5.90 6.105.90 6.105.90 6.105.90 6.1 (5.90 6. g5.95 6.20
% ......... 5.75 6.005.75 6.005.75 6.005.75 22.214.171.124 6005.75 6.00
M .........5.40 5.505.40 5.505.40 5.505.40 5.505.40 5.505.40 5.60
K ......... 5.25 5.405.25 5.405.25 5.405.25 5.305.25 5.315.25 5.35
I ......... 4.90 4.904.90 4.854.85 4.854.85 4.854.85 4.854.85 4.86
H .........4.75 4.75 475 4.754.70 4.704.70 4.704.70 4.654.70 4.75
G .......... 4.65 4.654.65 4.004.60 4.564.55 4.604.55 4.604.55 4.60
F ..........4.60 4.554.60 4.554.55 4.504.50 4.554.50 4.554.50 4.55
E ......... 4.40 4.454.40 4.454.30 4.354..30 4.354.30 4.304.30 4.36
D ......... 4.05 4.104.05 4.104.00 4.064.00 4.004.00 4.06.4.00 4.065
CBA .......3.90 3.953.85 3.903.85 3.873.85 3.903.85 3.903.85 3.90
REPORT OF aOdM MOVyMZ T HER AID AT 8AVAMANM
Ode. 1 Boin&L e. m
Jax. S. Ja. a. Jax. Sv. Ja. nav.
Saturday ............... 1,358 3,422 52 2,7701,672 3,01874,906 8,65
Monday .................. 2,464 2,129 3,80 11,783 2,30 1,6876,586 72,453
Tuesday .................. 1.868 2,85 659 4,2962,008 4.68074.982 72,M47
Wednesday ................... 2,730 .... 498 .... 3,461 .....75,810
Thursday ................. 2,234 3.628 1,02 2,715 1,206 3,277 75.941 7372
Friday ................... 1,128 3,042,00 415 1,271 3,141 75,941 74,83
10 THE WEEKLY INDUSTRIAL RECORD.
THE GROOVER-STEWART "Om co
FORMERLY Mm OM@IImf-aIOVER _g e.
Wheim le ID*ne u, @lelsr. Daw es S n-e-. a. .* ce--- ..r 2
When we make Claims for our goods we are certain of
the facts. We operate the finest open fire copper Distill-
ery in the World. We do our own bottling and packing
and no expense or labor is spared to have every drop of our
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 Iye" or assorted $3.40, express
Sprepaid. Write for complete Price-List.
R. M. Rose Company,
16 West Forsyth Street, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
"ASK THE REVENUE OFFICER."
ELECTRIC LIGHT AND POWER PLANTS
FOR MILLS AND FACTORIES.
REMINGTON OIL ENGINES
OPERATING ON KEROSENE.
KARL FRIES - BRUNSWICK, 6A.
W. W. ASHBUN, Moultrie, Ga. N. EMANUEL Brunswick, Ga.
W. R. BOWEN, Fitzgerald, Ga. D. T. PURSE. Savannah, O.
J. J. DORMINY, Brozton, Ga. R. KIRKLAND, Nichols, Ga.
O. T. MeINTOSH, Savannah, Ga.
Southern States Naval Stores Co.
Factors and Commission Merchants
Ship to Savannah Get Competition Highest Prices Promptest Returns
Correpond With Us
Oi- -- *ll IIOIIoIIIII II*I I III I9998l98688offa
JOS. ROSENHEIM SHOE CO.
MAN ACTVEuM AND J.OuS OF
"bst iss Mak for to...lmss.r TraM."
h I I I I1humu1***u***hh *******I
TIam O ime wrma1 nT moumg =
erasaA. 4V..ai a m Im.)
OLD SHARP WZTZ-XA ?gae Vwm Ota
Rye. B the MgaloM .0; tow fr quarf
1.64 eqareia pre paM.
GRO. J. COL HEAM-PJrx Pe "ptw
Rye; Rich and Moeaw. BY the som
3.'M;: our full quarts .lar .ipexp ress .
ANVIL RT--Pmre 8UmeatLlE F
Whbskey. By tLh a10 .m.. ON freol
quarts 2a.l express prepay.
CLIFFORD RYr--By the pgrlc l.pa
Bonded Warebou; ame and el. B the
alon G.aL; four ftu quartsrna .m M
OLD PonIqTR CLUpB 003 -
and allow. BY ta : t w Po
quarts a^3. ex19opre opaw
We handle all the leading bsrn ofr ar and Doarn Wuas tin the m t
and will rve you fm a to 6par et on your p.ra... u.d for I o et M
catalogue ailed ree Mepo a appeatim..
The Aitmayer a latau Liquor Company
Under new management. Thoroabill
renovated and repaired thrghout, in-
eluding new electric elevator and our
own electric light plant.
H. N. O'NEAL, Pop.,
WILLIAM A. BOURS JAMNES O.IST1
WILLIAM A. BOURS & COMPANY
TE OgLD.ST ESTA.IE SAI Ai SEEI NOUE UI TUE SIATI.
hay, Orain, feed, Oai
Seeds, Poultry Suppies, Flour,
irs,M and feUlizers.
OUR MOTre: Prsu Speom, eoome Oeed. CataJes Fme
206 EAST BAY T., JACKSONVILLE, fIA.
0...a**.ae......*a....*Oae.ee4eeeYe m0OO 0w
L V. VBST,
MM FL HAMM
W. m maim.
K L. IIIN
D. L WU&JAM
Ai't Ss'ev Tun.
WEST FLYNN & HARRIS CO.
GENERAL OFFIC GEMAA LG. Sw h. Ge.
G* GERA 0 WEST B.ODG. Jlhamoe.PS FI.
: NAVAL STORES FACTORS.
NAVAL STOre RCMIVED AT SAVANA, GA., JACKSO]VLUJA
~ FLA., A" rMEMRADnA, FLA.
Wholesale Grocs also Dealers n Hay. Grain and Heavy
SSOLE AGENTS i Tu" A T..
saaVANNAH, GA. JACae mrv, N A.L TAMA,
TAMPA MONUMENTAL WORKS,
Monuments, Headstones, Iron Fencing and Italian Statuary
NO JOB TOO LARGE. NO JOB TOO SMALL.
MAIN OFFICES 310 ZACH S un I, TAMPA. FLA.
w. asmmumSua, Prs. E BvRGc, 0G1. L am Vice- PrM
L & CRAFT, VL-P.L Jlo. SAVArSI, Ti.
L. T. RICHARD, Seey.
TAMPA DRUG CO.
Wholesale Manufacturing Druggists,
O TAMPA, FLORIDA.
PFW and complete Hne of al kinds of Drugs, Chemicals
and Patet Medicines.
SPECIAL ATTENTION 10 COMMISsARY TRADE.
PROMPT ATTENTION TO ALL ORDERS.
Boilermaking and Repairing
Still Boilers and Pumpse.
SHIP BUILDING and REPAIRING.
ttttt******ttStssttt lt tseal eo 1 sseir si 6 4 $Sss s I6s ll 1
F.ast Coast Lumber Co.
ROUGH AND DRESSED LONG LEAF
Yellow Pine Lumber
Bundled Rosin Barrel Staves in Carload Lots
Steamer Sbipments a Specialty.
THE BOND & BOURS CO.
WHOLESALE a RETAIL
SASH, DOORS, BLINDS, PAINTS.
Oils, Glass, Stoves, Tinware, Country Holloware.
10 E.ST BAY STarET. JACKSONVnaL. rLA.
We wish to call Special Attention of Operators to our unex-
celled Facilities for Executing Job Work PROMPTLY and
at Reasonable Prices. We make a Specialty of
end all Blenks, Forms, etc.. used at Commisseries,
Turpentine Plants, etc.
When in need of Any Kind of Printing Send Us Your Orders.
INDUSTRIAL RECORD COMPANY.
TIM VFXIMY RMUDSTRULU RECORD.
THE WEEKLY INDUSTRIAL RECORD.
MILLION IN OIL.
Amrican Meney Ia aveted in Mexick
New York, Aug 26.-Arrangements have
been completed for the organization of a
$50,000,000 American syndicate, according
to an announcement published toda
which plans to develop several millit
acres of oil land in Mexico It is purpose
not only to supply the Mexican mark
but to ship the product to Central ai
South America and to Europe and Soul
Africa, in competition with the Standa
The syndicate will take over the Me,
can Petroleum Company, Limited, whi
now operates extensively in the south
republic. This concern was organized
1902, under California laws. It is capiti
ised at $10,000,000.
The company, it is stated, owns appro
imately one million acres of land in t
states of Tamaulipas, Vera Cruz and S
Luis Potosi. More than 100 flowing we
are reported to be on the property.
the wells are of the gusher variety. T
oil is said to be of the same grade
that of the Sour Lakes and other southes
COOk If not.
WIHM Why not
GaS GAS CNUPAUY
ROUND TRIP RATES.
Via Atlantic Coast Line Raway to the
$z4.4o Coach excursion to Norfolk, on sale
Tuesday and Fridays, limit ten
days, no stop-overs.
*23.oS Fifteen-day tickets, good in sleep-
ers. Stop-overs allowed within
s8&oo Sixty-day ticket. Good in sleepers.
Stop-overs allowed within limit.
$33.55 Season tickets. Good in sleepers.
Stop-overs allowed with limit of
HUTCHINSON AUDIT CO.
i- PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTS & AUDITORS.
ch Dyal-Ulchurch Bdlis,
rn Pbm3 S3s. .dmenim. lim.
x- CERTIIED PUBLIC ACCOUNITAT,
he Rooms, 41-4-8 MUtual Life BlM
an ToelUame s2,t
lls JACKSOIVILL.E, LA.
e JOSEPH ZAPF CO
Wholesale Dealers in and Bottirs c f
A ATH St. Louis Lager Beer
HAS. A CLAK CO. olesale
Frim iMr Aw em, o |i Lipra, Wins, Mirl Watrs
Phone 16. Jackonville. Fla.
_ _ *Writ for Priles
P. O. Box
Of Any Kind for Any Purpose. Irrigation Outfits of Any
Capacity for Imledlate Shipmcnt.
Pulps, Wind Mills, Steel Towers, Steel and Wood Tanks,
Special Machicery. Gasoline Esngiesa Specialty.
BENNETT BROS. CO., Jacksonville, Fla.
BEFORE MAKING YOUR PURCHASE!
H. I. Pmrna.urr. Pres. P. L. SrTHmLAND,. Vice-Pre A. A OVINGTON, See'y
J. P. COUNCIL Trems ad Ge't Mqr.
THE COUNCIL TOOL CO.,
General Offee: JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
Factory: WANNAnISH, N. C.
"--"MaE.... m of nI ON r Teas
Clyde Steamship Company
NEW YORK, CHARLESTON AND FLORIDA LINES
The magnificent steamshipe of this rle a a ppoitd to sail a follow., calli a
Clarieoto, S. C, both ways.
From New York,
(Pier 36 north River.)
From JaC hrve f
STEAMER. Cz1e.tm ed Iow Yeg
................................. ALGONQUIN ... Thursday, Sept. 5,at 10:0am
Monday, Sept. 2. at 3:00pm.. .ARAPAHOE...... Sunday, Sept. 8.at 10:00a
Wednesday, Sept. 4, at 3:00pm... .COMANCHEE ... Tuesday, Sept. 10, at 10:00am
Friday, Sept. 6,at3:00pm.... *CHIPPEWA...............................
Saturday, Sept. 7, at 3:00pm..... .HURON....... Thursday, Sept. 12, at 10:00Am
Monday, Sept. 9,at 3:00pm.... IROQUOIS .... Saturday, Sept. 14, at 10:00am
Wednesday, Sept. 1l,at3:00pm ..... APACHE .....Monday, Sept. 16, at 10:001m
Friday, Sept. 13, at 3:0ipm .... ALGONQUIN.... Tuesday, Sept. 17. at 10:00a.
Saturday, Sept. 14, at 3:00pm.... ARAPAHOE ...Thursday, Sept. 19, at 10:00an
Tuesday. Sept. 17, at 3:00pm .... COMANCHE.... Sunday, Sept. 22, at 10:00a1
Wednesday. Sept. 18, at3:00pm......HURON....... Monday, Sept. 23. at 10:00am
Friday. Sept.20.at 3:00pm.... IROQUOIS ....Thursday, Sept. 26, at 10:01k
Monday, Sept. 23, at 3:00pm ...... APACHE .....Saturday, Sept. 28, at 10:00am
Tuesday. Sept. 24, at 3:00pm.....ALGONQUIN.... Sunday, Sept. 29, at 10:00a
Thursday. Sept. 26. at 3:00pm .... ARAPAHOE.....Tuesday, Oct. 1,at 10:00tm
Saturday, Sept. 28, at 3:00pm .. COMANCHE.... Thursday, Oct. 3. at 10:00l
Monday. Sept. 30. at 3:00pm ..... HURON....... Saturday, Oct. 5, at 10:00am
*Freight only. tNew York direct.
CLYDE NEW ENGLAND AND SOUTHERN LINES.
Freiht Service Between Jacksonville, Bost and Providee, and anll astern Poe
Calling at Carlesto Both Way.
From South Sid Frotm Fet Ctede Sftm,
Lewis Wharf, Boston STEAMER Jad imse.
Saturday, Aug. 17,at 3:00pm...... ONONDAGA................................
Saturday, Aug. 24, at 3:00pm..... CHIPPEWA.... Friday, Aug. 30, at 10:00am
.................................. ONONDAGA.... Thursday, Sept. 5,at 10:00am
Saturday, Sept. 31, at3:00pm...... MOHICAN..... Friday, Sept. 6,at 10:00m
CLYDE ST. JOHNS RIVER LINE
between Janonvile and Sasord.
Stopping at Palatka, Astor, St. Francia, Beresford (DeLtad), ad iitIrmMlat
landings on St. John. Rier.
STEAMER "CITY OF JACKSONVILLE"
Is appointed to sail as follows: Leave Jacksonvile, Sundays, Tuesdays and Thus-
days, 3:30 p. m. Returning, leave Sanford Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, 9:30
Readdown I I Re up.
Leave 3:30p. m................... Jacksonville ............... .(Arrive t:am.
Leave 8:45p.m.................... Palatka .................... Lve 8:p.m.
Leave 3:00a. mn................... Astor ........ ........... Lov. 3:3mp.M
... Bereaford (Dland) ...... .... e 1: p. m.
Arrive 8:30a.m............. .. Sanford ...................Lave O:30a.m.
Arrive l0:a.m ................... Enterprie ................L v le :W a.
GENERAL PASSENGER AND TICKET OFFICE, ass W. DAY ST, JACK'VILIU
F. X. IRONMOHGKR, JR., A. G. P. A., Jacksmvie, Fla.
JOHN PENDREL, T. P. A, A. C. HAGERTY, G. P. A.,
Jacksonville, Fla. Pier 6 N. IR, New Yek.
0. H. TAYLOR, P. T. IL, C. C.BROWN, G. P. A,
go Broadway, New York.
L. D. JONES, T. F. A, L. S. SCROBLE, C. A,
JackaMnrrif, Fla. Lierg, FIl.
W. G. COOPER, JR., F. A, CLYDE MILE G F. A,
Jackonvile, Fla. Pier 35 L. a., Nw Yek.
C. P. LOVELL, Agnrt, Jae.. mll, ILa.
GENERAL OFFICE8, PIER 36, R. Bran, ago Bradway, Now Yea.
THE WEEKLY INDUSTRIAL RECORD. 1
I &. NASH, Proldent.
J. F. C. MYERS. Vice-Preident.
S. P. SHOTTERI,
Chairman Board of Directors.
[OF WEST VIRGINIA]
Successors to S. P. Sbotter Company, Pattersar Dewning
Exporters and Dealers in All Grades of ROSIN,
TAR. PITCH, ROSIN OIL and all other products
Ym Wnt a Sawmni Locatin?
SYou Want any Kind of florida Land?
You Mean Business?
SIF Catn er Write o
J. H. Livingston & Sons,
Brick and Building Material.
WlMk yes nee these, Portlaed Cement, Plaster Paris, Hard Wall
Plaster, Hair for Plastering Slhinles, Fire Brick or Clay. Write to
GEO. R- FOSTER, Jr., Jacksonville. Fla.
THE COMMERCIAL BANK
JACKSONVILLE. FLA. Branches: Ocala ad Lake City
The largest eading State Bank ia Jacksonville. Is conducted in a old-
fasbioned strictly conservative mmer and is subject to regular examination
by the omptreler.
Arladividual a"d Savris AmsostO solicited.
H. RODIaSON, W. OWEN, H. GAIULARD,
PrINImt. Vice-Preadnt. Cadhr.
---- - -----f -----F ----
- - - -
W. J. LMENGUC.
J. W. WADE.
Ass't. See'y and Treas
Union Naval Stores Co.
PENSACOLA, FLA. NEW ORLEANS, LA.
.......... DEAiLER IN..........
Supplies for Turpentine Operators.
Cam str at prsat edite a la amber of emsirabis lcatieams it West lotr-
Mla, AlAm aMd imMdii L it Metaiaacl r ee madau aiart cdirmta Co-
r F vakittaL
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 MAUCIWEY CO, 22 OceM Street, Jacksoke, Florida
Lea De....o Phoas 47.
Mc KOY PATENT
The best and simplest cup
on the market. Detachable
Greater Capacity, easier
dipped ,more easily placed
on tree, stronger and prac-
tically indestructible. Will
not rust. For catalog and
price list write
7 110!FilE TEtII HIE W U.
PIO g Pl ME1m l oP to.
S1015 Hibernia Buildig,
/ New Orleans. Louisan-
Barnes & Jessup Coi
Naval Stores Factors and Co
C. Barne. President. J. A. Ewing.
E. B. Wells. Secretary and Treasun
DIRECTORS C.H. Barnew J. A. Ewin
J. L. Saunders, C. Long, W. E. Cummer, E. I
Jennings, W. Taylor.
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g, R.S. Hall,
B. Wells W. S.
r Turpentine Cups
As our supply of cups is iited, we r.
gest that intemdiag prrhaser sad Aei
their orders promptly to m daEmvy.
For Pkri.. O
Cups, Gutters and aM Tols
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G. M. BOARDMAN. Truurer.
C. J. DeLOACH. Secretary.
of the pine tree.
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14 THE WEEKLY INDUSTRIAL RECORD.
"Old Time" Remedies
THE JOY OF THE HOUSEHOLD.
...."t.e f".- Nn. Ta, 3r.U'w 1 Cubes Eesf
and CO-, mar tNe joy oe the hoemkold. With the t hatd, I Te
a i Mry aor amy erg e haa a safe, reliable ad speedy relief
Swifa, d&*U M ef or mto.d With thea. remed yo can kp the
-ei.- hc at of yo potmLhe, al Yt ofve a healthy, happy famz"y. csaom1
Aeme, yo ema owe your stok of aay almeb tmht ay befall thmc
NUWAMN IA--a IUll Or Pwder r m-I the Vget ui medieie. It
we am an Il- of r and KidMy aoplant, Present Cnsa and Mlaria
uw r. Oue the ommo alr mni of echMr; and a a laative tode it is without
a uae rne aLnd I th liqud, it is extremely ps*'-ble rm children
at t--od it h RAPDY 1O3 USL
-W-rIA is a womMn' medlei. It will ear all the dimeam comn to
wmb ,- ain ms asmale Toublo It will bi yead back to the added womam,
who bam mem O mis Ibemme so thought it woma% hot. It will are for the
woa nah'g o d--..d; ad prepare the yog an r the mare
CUBANi -UM-Tbe it-t. t Pit Kiler, for either naa or beata Reliev
ibuatly, caie, amps, Choarm er Diarrhoea, Dysnteryd Sick HeMadhe.
Ibr eae i hors it it an infallMe remedy and i guaranteed to give relief in ae
CUBAn On.-The Bet Bea and lae Itmi-at Is antieptie for eats,
ord or ton f and will stantly relivthe pain. Cure ineet bites and stings,
maM d brMn, irdse art oe, rLpped hands and fae, arn tender feet.
Beeves rthematl pr, a bae, st joninta, and in stofk erm wire fene ents,
sratheas, thr sp t, eoa"r sons, seMie S and ddeased fhoof.a
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Is the Paper you want. It is
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Full Telegraphic and Stock
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CARTER & RUSSELL PUB. CO.
H. D. WEED.
W. D. KRBNSOH.
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On 1-Inch Hoop Iron
CurM LumBER COMPA
Rough -s Droesed Lumaher
Long Laf Yellow Phi.
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Florida, Alabam Mi mnaippi
.* Soath Carolina. Writ s for pM
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4t* Grade Mafhhyn,
e as well a carry a full atffmpl t
MW Suppis, Pi,
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C. B. Pake
John R. Young Co.,
Naval Stores Factors. Wholesale rockers.
Savanuah. SL Brunowick. Ga.
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TORS : D. C. ASLEY, P RedMMO. DiLCT3:
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ff B"rc Sec'-"a irna B.0 .ldlr.
A BACON. At. Sec. mn -om WT. IL llwb
INSULAR NAVAL STORES CO.
and Wholesale Grocers
Jacksonwile and Taomp, lorid..
Capital Stock. SLO.000o.
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With one of the largest and best equipped printing plants in the
South and with a full complement of skilled labor, we are prepared
to execute high-class work promptly and at reasonable prices.
No Job Too Large or Too Small for Our Careful Consideration.
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