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Title: Weekly industrial record
Portion of title: Industrial record
Physical Description: 19 v. : ill. ; 35 cm.
Language: English
Creator: Turpentine Operators' Association
Publisher: Industrial Record Co.
Place of Publication: Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: September 14, 1907
Publication Date: -1909
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Lumber trade -- Newspapers -- Southern States   ( lcsh )
Naval stores -- Newspapers -- Southern states   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
United States -- Georgia -- Chatham -- Savannah
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1900.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 19, no. 42 (Oct. 25, 1909).
Issuing Body: Official organ of the Turpentine Operators' Association.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 6, no. 1 (Jan. 3, 1903).
General Note: "Dedicated to the naval stores and lumber interests."
General Note: "The exponent of southern progress."
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The Fall Business Will Be tensivre

Frcm the best sources of information, it is evident that
the trade of Jacksonville this fall will be larger than it has
teen in the past. The grocer. furniture dealer, general
merchant and manufacturer give it as their positive opin-
ion that business this fall and winter will far surpass that
of last year. There is a general feeling that money is tight
and that it is getting tighter in the Eastern centres, but
the business men of the South are learning to depend on
their own resources. Gradually the fact is being impressed
upon the minds of the business men and producers of the
South that they have not to depend upon the inclination
and wishes of Wall Street in their efforts to advance trade.
The South is growing independent and that independence is
having its good results.


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CONSOLIDATED


NAVAL STORES COMPANY.


Home Office: JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
Branches: Savannah. 6a., and Pensacofl, Fla.
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N OFFICERS.
't W. POWzR, Prem; r F. BULLAhD, H. L OVINKGTON, J. A. CRAXIORD, D. EH. MeurrAN, B. POWLL, C. M. COVINGTON, JOHN H.
P~OWi~L VI, m PMMts; a P. DuIENBUKX, seeretr'y had Ter.
XCBLm V COMlU Mai xms: W. C. Powedl, a B. ongr, H. LL OFvagts, B. Bullrd, J. A. Crafotd.
DILCrTOB8: W. C. QPowel, ] P. Brlard, C. B. Rogers, J. A. ford, W. J. Hllnm, John H. Powell, W. V. 0oaebma, H. L Owmnga, C. In&in, a
MeMd U, I. P owelL C. M. Oaingto, & A. A. Ald.


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 Identical with those
of the Producers. The patronage of turpentine operators everywhere Invited.
Two Million acres of Land and Timber for sale on easy terms.
Producers are invited to call or correspond.



COVINGTON COMPANY,
WHOT iRALE MERCHANTS,

Dry Goods. Notions. Men's Furnishings
Blankets. Comforts, Convict Clothing,
UNION-MADE OVERALLS.


McMillan Bros.


Southern Copper
Works
Manufacturers of TURPENTINE STILLS
Complete Outfits and Extra Kettles, Caps, Arms, Worms, Fur-
nace Doors and Grates always on hand
Old Stills taken in part New Work and repairing done
payment for in the country
Heavy Coppersamlthl, Steam Pipe ain Spe" Copper ewk
Jacksonville, Fla.
Ake Fayetteville,N. C. Savannah, Ga. Mo1Ie, AbL


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Live Oak Mqkes an Effort to Get

Tampa Northern Ry.


Mr. W. J. Hillman, of Live Oak, was in
the city Wednesday and as usual was
having a great deal to say about Live Oak.
Live Oak is made up and has been built
by Mr. Hillman and about 7,000 other
live wires, including bank presidents,
"captains of industry" and producers in
every lie, including some of the sarnes
working white men and colored men in
tlM state.
"Live Oak is still forging to the front,"
aid Mr. Hllman. "You would hardly
know the place now. There have been
as many as twelve brick blocks built
thee shie you paid us.th last visit and
there a others which are to be built in
Sthe nar future. The business men state
that there is more trade there now than
ever before. The cotton crop this year
is to be above normal and all of the cot-
Ston made in Buwanee coty is to be
sou at Live Oa. There is nothing which
can add more to the trade and general
prosperity of a city than eotton and Live
Oak has a great deal of it.
"I suppose that you have heard of the
effort that Live Oak is making to have
the Tmpa Northern come through that
eity. Ts railroad is building fast from
Tampa to Themasville a nd will pro-
eed from there to Atlanta. The people
of Live Oak have a great many claims to
advance to the officers of that company

THE J. J. uranu;ul COMPAlNY
MUIDNrG IMrMEN SAWMILL

The Tmes-Union of Thursday contains
a good description of. the large sawmill
which is to be built by the J. J. Upehurch
Company The article in the Times-
Union follows:

Work on this mill site has been going
on for several months. A dredge has been
at work sucking sand and clay from the
riverbed and pumping it on shore for filling
purposes, 40,000 yards of sand and clay
having been pumped from the riverbed
already, and the dredge is still at work.
The dredge at present is working just
off the mill site, where a saw-tooth lumber
pier is to be erected, 300 by 300 feet, to
have a depth of water on all sides of 24
feet, assuring sufficient depth for all
elasses of vessels to load without danger
of touching bottom.
This filling work cost about 0,000, and
the Il includes a territory of 300 feet
frontage on the river, and running back
to TaNeyrand avenue.
One special feature of the big Upehurch
mil will be the concrete foundations for
a buildings, which cost about $,000

Wea completed thi mill will be the
most expenive sawmill to be erected in
the South, and the contract calls for a
ompltio of all work by January 1, 190.
Already tracks have been laid, leading


and we are assured that we will get the
road.
"In the first place the road is to pass
through Dunnellon in Marion county.
Take the map of Florida and figure for
yourself. You will find that by coming
by Live Oak from Dunnellon the road will
only have to build in a direct line ten
miles more of track. On a straight line
it is 150 miles from Dunnellon to Thom-
asville. If the road builds direct to
Thomasville it will pass through almost
a barren section, but by coming to Live
Oak its route would be diverted so as to
take in the phosphate fields of Marion,
Alachua and Columbia counties, and the
rich vegetable producing section of Levy
county.
"If the road goes on a straight line
from Dunnellon to Thomasville there is
not a city that it will pass which can
command business for the road. While
if it comes by Live Oak it will have one
of the largest towns in the state to darw
from and will also touch the best see-
tion of Florida. I believe that the road
will come to Live Oak. It would be the
part of wisdom to build by that city."
Mr. Hillman has been meeting some of
his Jacksonville friends while in the city
and discussing the naval stores situation
with them. He left in the afternoon for
his home.

from the spur line of the Georgia, South-
ern and Florida railway, and two of the
Upehurch company's locomotives, and
many cars are on the site, hauling lumber,
brick, machinery and another materials for
the construction of the plant.
The main mill building, situated near
the bulkhead line on the river front, where
the lumber pier is to connect, is now prac-
tically completed ,nd is 66 by 196 feet.
The planing mill, situated nearer to Tal-
leyrand avenue, is also practically com-
tically completed, and is 66 by 190 feet.
The double dry kiln, yet to be erected,
will be situated between the mill proper
and the planing mill, and will be 40 by
120 feet. The concrete foundation for this
building has been completed, and the build-
ing will be constructed of white pressed
brick. The two mill buildings are of
frame, heavy seasoned timbers, cut at the
Moniac mills of the Upehurch company,
being used exclusively.
This new mill will have an output of
125,000 feet of lumber a day, the same as
is now turned out by the Cummer Lumber
company, north of Phoenix park, and
which is considered one of the largest
lumber mills in the South.
The mill will be operated ten hours a
day, and will employ 250 men, including
skilled white labor and common negro la-
bor.
The boiler rooms will contain four 160-
horse power boilers, and the planing mill
will contain two 100-horse power boiled.


Thinks Price of Cotton is Placed

Too High.

There is a general feeling among the servative figure. Last season the price of
bankers, who are to be called upon this Sea Island cotton went higher than the
fall to loan money to cotton growers on price which had been placed on it by the
growers. While the bankers believe that
warehouse certfictes, that the Farm this will be the case with the fgres
Co-operative and Educational Union has the action of the Sea Island Cotton Ore-
placed tne price of Sea Island cotton too er' Association at White Springs, the
high. placing of a high price with money as tight
This organization at Little Rock placed as it is at the present time is to great
the price on that commodity at forty-two interfere with the operation of catm
cents, four cents higher than it sold for buyers.
when it had reached the highest price last The bankers desire to pee the prise of
year. cotton in this and other States go as h
At White Springs Thursday the Sea as possible, but there is a fear that ahe
Island Cotton Growers' Association placed action of some of the orgapitiah-
the price at from thirty to thirty-five naming a high priee is hardly jiutMd a
cents. This is regarded as a more con- this time.
m


These boilers, all of the most modern
make, are now being installed, and the
brick boiler houses are now being elected.
The slab pit for this master milling
concern, has been completed, and resembles
a lighthouse more than a slab pit.
It is constructed of steel, with a con-
crete foundation, with a water cooling well
at the bottom. The construction of this
slab pit assures a protection from ire, as
there is no possible chance for a spark
to leave the pit.
The site of this big milling plant is an
ideal one, with splendid railroad terminals
aad within close proximity to the city.
Situated on one of the most valuable pieces
of Twenty-first street, on which it will
attract more than paying attention of
the many strangers who reach Jacksonville
via the Clyde liners.
Mr. Upchurch, through Heradon & Lord,
the well known real estate dealers, has
purchased a five acre tract of land, lying
just west of Talleyrand avenue, and south
of Twenty-first street, on which he will
erect at once 100 small cottages for the
colored mill employes. The contract for
the erection of these cottages has been
let, and the work is to be commenced in a

few days.
In addition to these cottages, Mr. Up-
church has bought another tract of land,
lying near this five-acre tract, but closer
to Talleyrand avenue, where he will erect
fifty residences for the skilled laborers of
the mill.
Within a very short while another vil-
lage will spring up to be known as Up-
church.
The mill is one of the largest concerns
ever constructed in the South, and goes
to show that Jacksonville is growing to be
more important each day.

BUT FEW OF THU MILLS HAVE B]=K
SHUT DOWW.
There have been but few of the saw-
mills in this State shut dow n account
of the low price of lhmber.
Some there were who obeyed the re-
quest of the Georgia-Florid Sawmill As-


soeiation, but as a rule these were sa-
mills.
The large mills have not been situMd
so as to lose down without ntailiag a
great los. Their labor and their steak
had to be provided for, an in ad-UtU-
-al this there ae orders ahead hi
be filled.
Some of the mill a say that there
indications that confita .r to "ir-.I
One of the potent fetrs in dibo dub
the demand for lumber has been the de-
cision on the part of the randoa eae-
paies in the north and east to eart
their extensions. The railroad eom I-
ies have not been purehamsig as ma
timber tis year as they did hLt

LITTLE PROMISE O1FRD BT TB
coNDmIONS orF TgE XAAL
STORKS MARKET.
From the producers aad factors' stam-
point there is nothing cheerful to give ou
in reference to the naval stores situation.
The same forces which have been worki
to the detriment of the producer ever shi
the industry was known are still asi
ously engaged in the manipulation of .
market in the interest of their own selA
ends.
The Shotter interests are striving alone
the same old paths, to beat the price e
spirits down until they will be in a poai-
tion to control the trade.
One of the most prominent naval stoe
operators in the naval stores belt, was in
the city Tuesday aad gave it as his opin-
ion that the price of spirits would ea-
tinue to decline and that the operator
would have to wait until another year for
better price. There is at this time a
series of combinations which is mitigting
to bring about bad renaMs for the opera-
tor. As a matter of eorsm the operaer
is in a measure rIspomi, bt in th
present chaotic condition of the iadtry,
the operators who would MIk to take the
reim in their own hads are deprive
from doing so by those who have ap
who ae now playing itbo the hamb
the eemy to their itwasta
This operator stated that Shott was


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4 THE WEEKLY INDUSTRIAL RECORD.


d1 j-t what he cumd he expected to
din. He was buyia the product at a priae
as low as he d hammer it dowa and
then seai it for the highest price he
eld eomand. The operator is wen
posted o the situation and states that
the Shotter forces have the advantage at
this time and that the indications are
that they a to continue to bold t.
Is the mesatie the market ontinues in
a very etlied state of af ir. There
a but little that is good to expect from
the market for the next few weeks at
least, so far as the producer is concerned.
Conditions are bad at this time aad there
re indications that they are to grow
wor.e.

COLONEL ISAAC TRARM I.P A BIG

That there is money in Florida lands
is evidenced from the statement made by
Clonel C. Morgan, attorney for Coloel
eaae Trabue, who died some time ago at
Punta Gorda.
It was generay believed that Colonel
Trabue was mierably land poor at the
time of his death, but the following heard
front his attorney, published in the last
issue of the Punts Gords Herald, shows
that the crafty lawyer ad lad owner
was a better tnaneir ad speclator than
e had the credit of being. The letter of
Colonel Maorg faBws:

Fort Ogien, l., Sept. 4, 197.
DeBIto Co mty News-It may interest
yt r adeom to know that the manage-
at of the *stte of Cr. I esaa Trabol
has been Samy settled, having passed into
the hands of myself as attorney in fact
ard trustee or Mrs. Trabue. The estate
p rauned #t about ire hundred tousard.
4-4 It enbIt mostly of lands lo-
*, in ViBriW, being mostly in DeSoto,
M s Lee, CStrus and Orange
Salir; b sme 13,000 areas of coal
p hs i My on the Ohio river, with
ree now being operated. The
ate aL Indudes a tract of laad in
Kreth C na, ad also considerable per-
esonahty.
We hae discovered in summing up that
the Colonel, besides being a lawyer of
abLlt, was also an investor. He owned
quite a number of letters patent aad
eopyrihts.
Mrs. Trabse is in Kentucky, preparing
to come bome, a will return to Punta
Oorda about the 20th inst.
The estate owes about $4,000, I believe.
Your truly,
C. C. MORGAN.

SUGGESTION FROM AM OPERATOR.
To the Operators:
Spirits, 51 cents! Your source of'pro-
detion like the garden on the old farm,
yet this garden mans the education of
yam children, the, care of your family, the
pittance for old age. Are you goig to
exhaust it on worthless negroes at prices
that bring you nothing? If there is any
potency in the T. O. A., I would suggest
that your chairman all a convention at
once, that we may devise means of protec-
tion. OPERATOR.


ZAM'S EUROPEAN HOTEL
UmDER EW MAWAGRE-i~wT
emin, s1o to -oo Per Ni t Meal. at
AJ Hla. xa8 Bay rlet.
JACKSOUILLE, FLA.


BUYER'S DIRECTORY
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T. Q. Hnutm, .. Jao lsalfe, aF.
Walter Mueklw, Jaknvill, F.
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Briggs Hardware ValdMnt, Ga.
BANKS
cOamerin Bank, Jacksoovrle, Fla.

C.e Blum & (o1, Jadimanl 1 .
.oseph Zapf Oa. Jaksonmvle, Fm
BARREL STAVES.
Nast Cost Lumber Co., Watertown,
Florida.
SQoXK AMD CRAT.&
Commer Lumber Co., JeashanvIse, F1.

Ge. R. Feter, Jr, Jahedmnw lbs

Geo.. Fester Jr, ;I n 0e 12.
CROCKXZT.
Kaiht Crakerry sa Farmit CO,
Jacksonville, Fka.






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Craig & m J. A, J1seamme, ab.W

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Wa D. Jona, Ja ksavillm, lr
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Tampa Drug OCk, TBrmp, 1k.

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Karl Fries, Brunswik Ga
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PLANTS.
Karl Fries, Brunswick, Ga.

Merrill-Stevens Co., Jacknnvilel, Fl.
Sehoeeld's Son C3., J. S., Maeo, Ga.
Lombard Ion Worksa Sapply Co., An-
Karl Fries, Brunswiek, Ga
FURNITURE.
Knight Crockery and Furniture Ca.,
Jacksonville, Fh.
KIM
BOUrS A Co., Wm. A, JacksonviHle, Fla.
FOUNDRIES.
S!holeid's Sos Co, J. S., Maon, Ga.
Lombard Iron Works & Supply Co., Au-
gusts, Ga.
GAS.
Jacksonville, Gas Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
GEUTS' FURWH-MES
Stuart-Bernstein Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
Craig & Bro., J. A, Jacksonville, Fla
Standard Clotbi'g Co, Jacksonville, a.
GROCERS-WHOLESALE.
Williams Co., J. P, Savannah. Ga.
Young Co, John R, Savannah, Ga.
HARDWARE.
Bond & Bours Co. The, Jaeksonrille, Fli.
Briggs, W. H., Hardware Co., Valdosta, Ga.
Tampa Hardware CO, Tampa, ia.
Weed & Co.. J. D. Savannah Ga.
HAY AND GRAIN.
Bown Cao. Wm. A., Jacksonville, Fa.


Craig & Birp, J. A., amvaonivls.
Standard Clothi Jaag k. cml, lM.

Arago The, JaeomwvUe Fin
Zahm's European Hotel, Jasonville, P .
IRON WU--&
Merrill-Stevens o, Jadmaeonwvl, la.
Sehoeld's So Co., J. S., mrna, Ga.
IMSURARCM.
Forid Life IsnMe a0, JM -,
Fla.

R. J. iles Co, Jackamrrewe, I
Greenlea f Crosby lo, JadckBsril, l.
am. & Sleger, Jan.sanville. M in.
LUMX.
Eat Coast Lumber ., Watertown,
Florida.

R M. Boe o., Jack nvlfe, Fl.

Altmayer & Flatn rLiquar O., Mema, Ga.
Josuph Zapt O& 0. JhLeaaviMleI, JI.

Spaer Medb ie O., CbUanr Tma.
MACHINE WUOK&
Sehaealda Sona Co., J. 8, Maso,. Gn.
Lombard Iron Works. Anqra, On.
MATERIALS IOR TUWA' Im -

sedbe's Soms C0., J. 8., ~am, OI.
mAn ammn

aSh Mi Melle.
Baker, A., Brmnwik, OGa, a"d Pens-
aa, VFla.
MILL SUPPLIES.
Soie~ i's Som Co., J. ., Man, Ga.
Tampn Hardware Co., Tsamp, fk.
Wead & Co., J. D, Savannah, Ga.
Maleby Macinry Co, Jadbwms1e, Fk.
Bris Hardware Co. VaUimsta, Ok.
Lombard Iron Works & Supply C., Au-
gusta, Ga.
Tamp Monumetal Wa k, TIpa, d
MOTIVE POWER.
Bennett Bros. Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
MULES AND 3O0BE.l
W. A. Cook, Tampa. iF.
NAVAL STORES.
Amerian Naval Stores, Co., Home OBe,
Savannah, Ga.
Peninsular Naval Stores C., Tampa, Fa.
Barnes A Juesp Co., Jacksoville, Fla.
Consolidated Naval Stores Co, Jackson-
ville, Fla.
Union Naval Stores Co., Mobile, Ala.
West-Flynn-Harris Co., acksonville, Fla.
Williams Co, J. P., Savannah, Ga.
Young Co, John R, Savannah, Ga.
Southern States Naval Stores (O, Savan-
nah, Ga.
PAINTS
Bond & Bours Co, Jacksonville, Fla.
PHOSPHATE SUPPLIES.
Tampa Hardware Co., Tampa, Fla.
PHOSPHATE MAC.HINEY.
Lombard Iron Works & Supply Co., Au-
gusta, Ga.
PUMPS.
Merrill-Stevens Co, Jacksonville, Fia.
Schofeld's Sons Co, J. S., Maon, Ga.
RAILROADS.
Atlantic Coast Line.
REAL ESTATE.
Brobston & Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
SAWMILLS
Lombard Iron Works & Supply Co., Au-
gusta, Ga.


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SNIP TYAM.
Cumer Lumber 0o., Jaksv Msi.
MaL,.-ven a o.. 0 l.

-ort OB. he, MWi mI a ilb.
Joe. amembehim & Sean, hams, Ga.

clye stamh ip 0. Tth. Nw Tak Cat.
TAXr=
sehoried's son Co., J. a. MNon, ae.
Presto Miller o., Cre. City, la.

Atlantic Cooperage o., Jadksvile, a.
rurLEarmB& STULL&
Baker, X A., Brmwle0k, a=4 gga
ca, Fi.
Im Dret. Mt .0
Savannk and emh


Conca TOa d. Iaj MM, Fl.
Opw=M Tedl 0a oan I.
Fk.

Oreenhaf & Coosk, 06, Viee,
Rem a 81a21M0r Ja&.kmowelb.M,
R. J. Riles Co., JactmMrUh, a

Cummer Lakber am., J ,.uO nlb.M
East Cm t Lu Imber 01. MW 8 AL
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WHISKIES

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$1.50to$5.o0 per Gas
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Lewis 1M6 anid Alnts V0si0s1
Prfe te WShl.
Coatroers Blum's Moeogr and By!t
Rye-Agents for Juagot Chium>eni ad
Pabst Milwaukee Beers. Pris p
plication.

CHAS. BLUM C00.
517 and 51 WEsT DAfsT5T T'
JACaSOrNVII.E FA.


WM. D. JONES
PRESCRIPuIs SPECIIJST


FAMILY DRUGGIST
107 E. BAY ST.
Mail Order SBotei.,



Cypress Tanks

FTr AM Prpses
BEST MADE
Write for Catetloge

Preston Miller Co.

Dept. B Creseat City, FMa


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VH-ITE OAK SPIRITS BARRELS

Guaranteed to conform to specifications Savannah and Jacksonville Board of Trade.
Write to Coumbus Barrel MfW. C., Columbus, Ga., or to HENRY ELSON, florMa Mgr., JackseavlUe. FtI.


One gentleman interested in the pro-
duction of naval stores and the manufac-
ture of lumber, states that the loss to the
State caused by the killing of the pine
trees by the drouth will exceed $2,000,000.
Others are more conservative in placing
the figures, while there are still others
who believe that the loss to the State will
exceed that amount.
Those who own the lands where the tim-
ber has died are arranging in a great many
cases to either saw it into lumber or cut
it into eross-ties. To save it something
will have to be done at once.


PRSOKWAL M3TIOM. at Asheville, where his family has been
Ssojourning for some time. He is expected
Mr. .L B. Willeoson, proprietor of, the k in a few dys.
Walkill Naval Stores Farm of Green Cove Mr. J. C. Powell has removed his fami-
Spring, was in the city Wednesday. Mr. ly from Fernandina to this city. He ha
WIlleoxn is one of the most prominent purchased one of the prettiest homes in
aal stores o r in the tate Riverside and has already taken posses-
a had a successful career as a produc- sion of it. The people of Jacksonville
er. He cam here on business with the will accord a cordial welcome to this es-
prominet factors of the city. timable family


Mr. S. W. Allen, a retired naval stores
king of DeLand was in the city Wednes-
day. Mr. Allen has been a producer for
years in both eorgia and Florida.

Mr. J. W. Ward, Jr., of Floral City,
was among the prominent naval stores
operators who were in the city this wet..
He was here Monday, a welcome visitor
through the offices of the Consolidated
Building.

Mr. Harry Goldstein, of Fernandina,
wo has been producing naval stores in
Manatee county for several years, has
been a frequent visitor to Jacksonville
for the past few weeks. Mr. Goldstein is
looking for another location and if he gets
what be wants he will soon be connected
with that branch of the industry again.
Mr. Goldstein owns considerable proper-
ty in Fernandina and is one of the most
progressive citizens of that place.

Mr. D. J. Herring, of Lake City, mna
been in Jacksonville this week. Mr. Her-
ring is one of the most prominent opera-
tors in the state and has always taken
the lead in movements intended for the
advancement of the interests of the pro-
ducers.

Mr. J. A. Cranford, vice-president of
the Consolidated Naval Stores Company,
after spending a few weeks with his fam-
ily at Asheville, N. C., is again at his
desk at the offices of the company in the
Consolidated building. He states that
Asheville is one of the most delightful
resorts in the country and that his fam-
ily is enjoying their stay there

r. John H. Powell, one of the vice-
presidents of the Consolidated Naval
Stores Company, is spending a few weeks


Mr. S. V. Hough, of Il)and, one of the
naval stores kings of South Florida, was
in the city on Monday. Mr. Hough has
one of the best regulated naval stores
farms in this state and takes a deep in-
terest in anything looking to the advance-
ment of the industry.

Among the visitors to Jacksonville this
week was Mr. Tedder, the extensive saw-
mill man of the Havana Lumber Com-
pany. He was on his way home from At-
lanta, where he had been for his health.
His health has been much i,-proved.

Mr. George MeLeod, naval stores oper-
ator and bank president of Tampa, has
been in the city this week. Mr. McLeod
is one of the most prominent men ot
South Florida and has large business in-
terests in that part of the state.


Mr. C. H. Barnes has returned from an
extended business visit to New York and
Chicago. Mr. Barnes was gone only for
a short time, and his visit to these two
great business centres was purely a bus-
iness one.

Mr. L. L. Meggs, formerly an operator
at Orange Springs in Putnam county, is
contemplating making investments in
Middle Florida. Mr. Meggs has had great
success in business affairs and sees that
the trend of development is now going
Middle Florida way.


Cook If no.
I Why not

Gas JACKS VLLE
1aS 6lAS COMPANY


ATLANTIC COAST LINE KR. R.

"FLORIDA DAY"
-at the-
Jamestown Exposition


Rates from Jacksonville $14.05
Final limit on tickets, TE NDAYS. Tickets
will be GOOD IN PULLMAN CARS, on sale
Sept. 23d and morning of 24th (from Jackson-
ville.)
Further information furnished by the agent or


FRANK


C. BOYLSTON,


District Passenger Agcet


Jackaso /le, ForMe.




ATTENTION Ij

I Sawmill & Cross-Tie Men


If y -.se Axes amd waut Ut tM
iby RIXORD'S. They ae a 1tlte hiL
prmte It Is trMe, IN faet "te h0 t
priso ub axe eua.- W pemr dmo
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VALDOSTA. GEORGIA


Jobbers of MI amd T.rpet
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WE HAVE


a Large Tract

OF ROUND TIMBER, LYIHG IN A SOLID BODY, COuvsuUrl TO
TRANSPORTATION, O WH WHICH E WILL ENTERTAI OF13S FR
PORTIONS OF IT BY RELIABLE AD axrnauKLemC luxru xau
OPERATORS, AND TO SUCH WE WILL GRANT LONG TIU PAYMENT.
IF YOU AAR 1 IRLSxiAD, WRIT US


Brobston & Company
REAL ESTATE
a16 West FPay R Stet.
JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA
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Hard to Figure the Loss to Timber
in South Florida.


It is difficult to estimate the loss caused
by the destruction of pine timber in the
counties in South Florida by the drouth
of last spring.
In the counties of Orange, Polk and De-
Soto, the loss has been great. In some
sections of Orange county there are mile
squares of timber where there is hardly
* a green needle. The timber on the high
ridges suffered the greatest loss. While
some have lost but little timber, there are
others from which come the reports to the
effect that they will have their crop re-
duaed the present season about thirty per
ent.


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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 PrCES
fresh cut.


7.- Operator's Tool Company, Green Cove Springs, Fla.
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ZOVMUKZT OF NAVAL STORE
THaOUGH Ea1RAUDImA LAGE


Femrandina, Fla, Sept. 13.-The move-
meat of naval stores through this port
for the present month is to be exceedingly -'
heavy.
There are at present eight big steam-
ships in this port'and with the exception
of two of them they are to take out naval
stores.
Last month the movement of naval
stress was not as heavy as for the pre-
ending month, but the shipments for Sep-
tember will more than Balance the trade.
The decision of the Seaboard Air Line
to build a modern phosphate elevator here
is to have a great influence on the move-
ment of naval stores from this port. It
is understood that the elevator will be
the most modern structure of its kind
ever built and that it will have a much
larger capacity than the one which was
built here several years ago and which
wia recently destroyed by fire. The big
ship which come here take as a rule
both naval stores and phosphate. With
facilities for handling phospn *.nprov-
ed the natural result will be the greater
shipment of naval stores through Fer-
madina.
The tanks of the National Transporta-
tion and Terminal Company are to be re-
moved to near what is known as the
export docks. When the tanks and naval
stores yard was established near the Sea-
board Air Line shops it was thought that
the contemplated improvements on the
harbor would extend to that point. As
the tanks are now located the spirits have
to be transferred to barrels and then
dumped into the tanks of the steamships.
When the tanks have been moved it will
be possible to load the spirits direct.
The work of moving these tanks is ex-
pected to begin at once. It is understood
that the contract has already been let for


the work.

NEW RAILROAD WILL
BOOM GEORGIA TOWN
Reports from St.Marys, Ga., are to the
effect that the St. Marys and Kingsland
Railroad i fast being built-
This road is to extend from St. Marys
to Kingsland, on the Seaboard Air Line
Railway, a distance of about fourteen
miles and is to open up an excellent yel-
low pine timebred section. The road is
being built by Captain Johnson, who has
been a potent factor in the building up
of this section of Georgia. When the
road is built St. Marys, which has an ex-
ellent harbor, will forge to the front.

SUIT AGAINST PI 1A0AIM
FOR BUnNING FORESTS
Mr. J. H. Hayman, of Gainesville, has
entered suit against the Seaboard Air


Line for $25,000, alleging damages to
that extent by the burning of his naval
stores farm in Nassau county near Yulem.
The suit has -been brought in Nassau
county and has been argued on the declar-
ation and demurrer before Judge Hall of
this city. It will be remembered that the
operators in Nassau county suffered to a
great extent by forest fires last spring.
One of the operators lost at least $10,000
in one night. The outcome of this suit
will be watched with interest.


NOTICE OF INCORPORATION.
Notice is hereby given that the under-
signed will apply to the Honorable Napo-
leon B. Broward, governor of the state
of Florida, on the 9th day of October A.
D., 1907, for Letters Patent, incorporating
the undersigned and their associates under
the name of The F. W. Ketterer Medicine
Company, under the following proposed
Articles of Incorporation:
F . GROOVER,
M. W. STEWART,
H. 8. STEWART,
F. W. KETTERER,
W. P. SMITH.

PROPOSED CHARTER
OF
THB F. W. &ani&j R MEDICfIN
COMPANY.

The undersigned incorporators hereby
associate themselves together for the pur-
pose of forming a corporation under the
Laws of the State of Florida, and adopt
the following Articles of Ineorporation:


The name of this corporation shall be
THE F. W. KJS. llIJtct MEDICINE
COMPANY, and its business shall be con-
ducted in the State of Florida, and in oth-
er states of the United States of America,
wherever necessary or convenient. The
principal office of this corporation shall
be in the city of Jacksonville, Duval
county, State of Florida.


The general nature of the business to be
transacted by the said corporation shall
be to own, buy and sell, mortgage and con-
vey, lease and sub-let, operate, control and
deal in, lands and real estate, houses,
office buildings and factories and ware-
houses; and to manufacture and market
buy and sell and trade in, both for its own
account, and as factors, brokers, or eom-
mission merchants, at wholesale or re-
tail, all kinds of medicines, drugs, chemi-
eals, roots, herbs, plants and any and all
kinds of things of whatever kind which
can be conveniently used in the manufac-
ture of medicines, drugs and chemicals and
all kinds of merchandise and property,
and to conduct all kinds of manufacturing
and mercantile business; and to act as
broker, factor or agent, in the purchase,


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239 W. BAy Stret EVERETT BLOCK.

Leadewm in Men's and Bo0s' Fine Cloth-
ina and Up-to-Date Furmishius.

Agents for Dunlap and Stetson Hats; largest stock in the City.
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Wholesale

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Southern Drug Mfg. Company
WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS AND MANUFACTURERS OF
Flvoring Extracts, Packed Drugs, B. B. luing. Vinegar nd Pyne' Popular Remedes.
We haiMde everydasl In the Drun and Meodcineo Mn Wrie for prices. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

m e . .


ale, lease, masge t ad disposition of
eal property and the products thereof,
and to own, operate, hire, ret, lease,
build, maintain and une warehouses ad
factories, oice buildings and stores, and
any and an other kinds of buildings ad
m hinery advatageously for the eon-
duct of it business; and to buy, sell,
mange, own, control and hire horses ad
vehicles for. the purpose of transporting
Ste property or prodeuts owned, hed or
meatroled or manufactured by said cor-
peortiom; to advance sa lo o money up-
sn the merity of rea estate, bods,
rteepges, nmra eePe policies, shares of
stack or cnmmeral paper; to ell, mort-
gg, suet, pledge, hire, lease or con-
wy the property of the said corporation,
or the whoe or any part theeof, at the
diser i of the Board of Direetor; ald
to borrow monuy, imue bomla, notes. or
other eliptig m and to secure the same
by mrtagesa, deeds, pledges, or any oth-
er kid of instrument; aad to make com-
traets of any kind whatsoever for the
futherae of its purposes or business;
ad to sahbribe, for purchase, reeeive,
own, homl for investm t or otherwise,
as, diAoee of and mane advance or
e1ans upou the stocs, shares, bomrI, eemr-
Itim or other obligations of other eorpo-
ratimn whatsoever, whether located or
el0gited, enaed in or pursalg any
ea or more of the kinds of busiess, pur-
peas, objets or dstries indicated here-
a, o oowing or ho"di any property of
auy kid mntioed here, or of ay
evrporation hodig or owmag the stock
or any obblatio of ay sau crpora-
tin, sad while the owner of ay suc
stoks, ibods, or other obligations, or
boldni the me as collateral, or in
tart or otherwise, to exercise all of the
hts, powers sad pivilege of owner-
ship thereof, and to exercise all and any
voting powers thereof; to severe, buy and
an patents, trade marks and copyrights;
and to make such by-laws in furtherance
hieo as may be memessry or convenient
to the poses of the business of this
orporatio, and to have, exercise and en-
oy all the rights, powers and privileges
imedlat to corporation for profit, organ-
ied, chartered aad existing under and by
virtue of the laws of the ste of Florida
IIL
The amount of the capital stock of
this corporation shall be Twenty-Ave
Thorand Dollrs (,000.00), to be di-
ided into Two Hundred and Fifty (250)
Sshars of the par value of One Hundred
Dola eah.ee AB or any part of the
apitl stok of the said corporation my
be payable in or isued or used for mahs
or for the purchase of property, labor 0o
services, at a just valuation thereof t
e txed by the Boad of Diretor at a
meatig to be called for that purpose.
IV.
SThe tfnm for which said orporatio
hall exist shall be inety-ine (99)
years.
V.
The bsinesn of the corporation shall b
uomunted by the following officers: A
President, a Vice-Preasent aad a Seere
tary ad Treasurer, and a board of no


less than three nor more than thirteen M
Directors. The offices of Secretary and
Treasurer may be held by the same per-
son. The number of Directors may be
changed from time to time by the by-laws,
and they shall be elected annually by the
stockholders. The above named officers
shall be elected by the Board of Directors
from among their own number, except
that the Secretary and Treasurer need not
be a member of the Board of Directors.
The Board of Directors may appoint sub-
ordinate officers of this corporation, hav-
ing such powers, duties and terms of office
a they deem best. The annul meeting
of the stockholders shal be held on the
Third Tuesday in October in each year,
but the date thereof may be changed by
the by-laws.
The by-laws can only be adopted or
amended by a majority of the outstand-
ing stock, voting in person or by proxy.
The first annual meeting of the stock-
holders shall be held on Tuesday, Octo-
ber 15th, 1907, for the purpose of eleet-
ing officers, adopting by-law., and com-
pleting the organization of this corpora-
tion. Until the officers elected at the
first election shall be qualified, the busi-
nes of this corporation shall be con-
dueted by the following officers: F. C.
Groover, President; M. W. Stewart, Vice-
President; H. E. Stewart, Secretary and
Treasurer; and F. C. Groover, M. W.
Stewart, H. E. Stewart, F. W. Ketterer,
and W. P. Smith, Directors.
VL
The highest amount of indebtedness or
liability to which this corporation shall
at any time subject itself shall be Fifty
Thousand Dollars (0,000.00.)
VIL
The names and residences of the sub-
scribing incorporators of said corporation,
together with the amount of capital stock
subscribed for by each, are as follows:
F. C. Groover, Jacksonville, Fla, 301
shares, 35,00.00.
H. K. Stewart, Jacksonville, Fla., 30
shares, $3,00O00.
M. W. Stewart, Jacksonville, Fla., 30
shares, $3,00000.
F. W. Ketterer, Jacksonville, Flo., 50
shares, 5,000.00.
W. P. Smith, Jacksonville, Fla., I share,
$100.00.

State of Florida, countyy of Duval
Before me, a Notary Public in and for
the said County and State, this day per-
Ssonlly appeared F. C. Groover, M. W.
Stewart, H. E. Stewart, F. W. Ketterer
rad W. P. Smith, personal known to me
Sto be the person described in adr who
executed the foregoing instrument, and
they acknowledged before me that they
Signed the foregoing proposed Articles of
Incorporation of The F. W. Ketterer Med-
icine Company in good faith and for all
i of the purposes therein mentioned.
In witness whereof I have hereunto set
my hand and affied my ofiial seal this
the 6th day of September, A. D. 1907.
SW. C. LF.IGH,
Notary Public State of Florida.
My commission expires Dec. 19, 1908. I


(Seal)


F. L. WILSON,
Pres. a Tres.&


JNR. E. IAIrS,
Vce Pres.


6. J. SCWVIL,
sec'y & 6o0L nor.


Florida Cooperage Company

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INDUSTRIAL RECORD
JAMI EA. HOLALOMOK. r-- l-Ce~y-
A. K. MAILS, Business Manaaw.
Pahalaed Even Saearday.
twomaneno lase)340w a -.S3WPer Ananum
Sre Pine and uIf Pm esroelt."
A ormu atlas nM be addressed
Trl IndaMtril I.ecord Company.
Jackuonvilln, Fla.
amao EdMa-rial a iMtaan OA"oe .
avean.n~ak. Ga.
a reas the Postosee at Jaeknonvine. Fla..
eoadL-elam matter
Adopted by the Executive Commitee of
the Turpmtie Operator' Aeooeiatim
Septa ber 12, 190B, as its exeluive offi-
al organ. Adopted am l convention
September 11 the orm aho of the ge-
orlI amaatil
Adopted April 27th, 10, as the official
a of the Interstate Cane Growers' As-
datioa. Adopted September 11, 1903, as
the only oeial oran of the T. 0. A.
ammnded to lumber peoplby peial
realution adopted by the Georgia awmi

TEHK RECORDS OFFICE&.
The lishig plant al the mhin of-
em f the Indutral Baeord Compay
ae heated at the fbttection of Bay adl
NmrA- e, fJabc vifla, Ians, in the
er t of the great tupt and

The asshGa, ake is the Board
of Tade swiMing. Savannah is the lead-
ig open u mal stoem mrket in the world.

NOTICE TO PATONsL
An paymosts twr de in the In-
isteal anS Ml ouitlm tibrst
must be mads tle ts the hbee Mea s b
Jac nav. i A t as net adewe to
msae a ledts. udr miy cirumttae. .
I for fa ewhts uat m riptim are
aet eat fbm the home v win 4e,
aml al mrntim snet be mae direct
to this y.
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PRODUCT SHORT: PRICES LOW.
It ought to be humiliating to the naval
stores producer to note the ease with which
the American Naval Stores Company, an
absolute ad vicious monopoly, controls
the turpentine market. When the growers
of Sea Island and Upland cotton are get-
ting together and by organization com-
manding a fair price for their product, by
preventing the control of the price of cot-
ton by unscrupulous monopolies and man-
ufacturers, the naval stores producer is
standing idly by and permitting a monop-
oly, some of the officers of which have
been convicted in the United States Court
of restraining trade, to gobble up ihe
fruts of their toil and manipulate their
produce at will.
It ought to be humiliating to the naval
stores producer if it is not. There ought
to be cause of humiliation, when the ope-
rator sees the results which follow the
action of the farmer, and when he sees
that the prices of turpentine are being
regulated by the clever hand of one com-
pany only-lowered and raised at will.
This year there is every reason for the
belief that the production of turpentine
will be twenty per cent lower than it was
last year. There have been many elements
which have combined to bring about this
shortage of the crop. In the first place,
there was the drouth. This killed a great
deal of timber in South Florida. The for-
est ires came as a heavy blow to the
operators throughout the naval stores belt,
due to the extremely dry weather. In
addition to this there have been other

The receipts today at the port of Sa-
vamah, are below those of last year, and
this is true, notwithstanding the enormous
divlersi which have been made to the


port of Savannah from Jacksonville and
certain of the closed ports, thus demon-
strating a large shortage in this year's
crop.
The manipulation of the turpentine mar-
ket is the only thing which could bring
about this state of affairs which confront
the operator today. That it is not due
to natural causes is evident on every hand.
If there was anything needed to convince
the operator or the general public of the
fact that the American Naval Stores Conm
piony is fixing the market and beating
the producer out of thousands of dollars
every week, that deficiency could be sup-
plied by just a few moments' study of the
conditions past and present, at both pro-
ducing and marketing points.
How long this state of affairs is to ex-
ist depends upon the future policy of the
operators and factors. At any rate the
situation is one which demands careful,
positive and active attention.
And after all, what is the operator go-
ing to do about it? It is up to the ope-
rator.


TIME FOR ACTION ON THE PART OF
OPERATORS.
The Industrial Record has repeatedly
warned the operators of the danger and
loss to their interests by a policy which
permits the naval stores monopoly to
hammer down and raise the price of tur-
pentine at will.
Just at this time there is more than
words to impress upon the naval stores
operators the advice and warning which
this paper has been giving for the past
three years or more. A study of market
conditions for the past six months and a
comparison with the market quotations of
this week, will be pretty convincing argu-
ments to give to the operator.
The Record believes that the time for
action has almost passed, but it knows
that there are still left avenues through
which the operator can secure relief if he
takes advantage of them and hammers
along the open lines vigorously and hard.
The boldness of the American Naval
Stores Company in bidding the primary
market at Savannah down '/,c a day until
turpentine is 12c a gallon less than it was
at this time last year when the situation
was in control of the same monopoly and
the crop was much larger. The Go ern-
ment's attention should be directed to the
conduct of this company, certain of whose
officials have recently plead guilty to ille-
gal monopolizing of the market in this
product.
The attitude of the Standard Oil Com-
pany, who are the largest domestic dis-
tributors of turpentine in the world and
who are in a position to protect this mar-
ket against demoralization, is unpardon-
able, and leads to the convincing conclus-
ion that they are in sympathy, if not in
actual collusion, with the American Na-
val Stores Company in the arbitrary and
illegal manipulation of this market.
The sole purpose of the depression of
the price of spirits of turpentine is to
entail loss on the few independent pro-
ducers and distributing companies who
have purchased and are holding in tanks
probably 20,000 barrels of turpentine. Tlhe
interest of certain members of the Am*-ri-
can Naval Stores Company as producers
has probably prompted the advance in the
price of rosin to compensate in some de-
gree for the depression in the price of
turpentine. The amazing indifference of
the consumers to the fact that the Ameri-
can Naval Stores Company is taking over
a large part of the turpentine crop in the


neighborhood of 50c. a gallon to be deliv-
ered to them either on contracts prev-
iously made at 58c and upwards, or here-
after at enormously advanced pric-: the
spectacle of a staple product like turlpn-
tine being arbitrarily hammered to .0c.
and with equal indifference advanced at
the pleasure of the monopoly, is a spei-
tacle which must be alike disgusting to
the business world and interesting to the
Government charged with the duty of en-
forcing the law against monopolies of
this character.

Cotton Gina Begin Work.
In the north and central part of the
State. as well as in Middle and West Flor-
ida. the cotton gins are beginning their
work for the year. The crop of both
Sea Island and Upland cotton is better
this season than it was last at the open-
ing of the picking season.

AN EXTRA SESSION OF THE LEGIS-
LATURE TO BE CALLED.
While Governor Broward has not indi-
cated to all the members of his cabinet
that he is soon to call a special session
of the Legislature, it has been given out
quietly and on what appears to be good
information that there is to be an extra
session and that it is to be called about
the first or middle of next month.
The committee investigating the affairs
and accounts of the Internal Improvement
Trustees will have just a little more work
to do. The committee has adjourned for
a few days to permit its chairman to keep
an important engagement in Levy county,
where he is defending two white men,


charged with murder.
It is said that fourteen days will just
about wind up the investigation, when
once the committee again gets down to
work. If this is the case, the report ought
to be forthcoming by about October 10.
There are several grounds upon which
the Governer is to ask for a special session.
One may be the matter of raising money
to meet the demands forced upon the
treasury of the State by the last legisla-
ture, but there is another and a more
potent reason to be assigned by Governor
Broward.
The new pension law has placed a great
deal of work on the Governor and his
cabinet. In fact there are so many boards
and matters for the Governor and his
cabinet to attend to that some of the
most responsible duties devolving upon
them are necessarily slighted.
At the present time there are over 1,800
pension applications which have not been
attended to. This requires a great deal
of time. On the other hand the applica-
tions ought to be handled and passed upon
with the greatest care. Just this work
alone would require the time of the pen-
sion hoard, who are members of the Gov-
ernor's cabinet, besides the Governor him-
self. who is chairman.
In addition to this there are applica-
tions for pardon, complaints from the pris-
on camps and other matters in connection
with the State convicts which demand the
attention of the Governor and his cabinet.
When 'the extra session convenes it is
highly probable that Governor Broward
will mention these matters in his call and
that he will ask for a provision in the
statute laws of the State, for a pension and
prison commission. The pension commis-
sion is sorely needed, and the prison com-
mission could be of great vwae to the
State.
The opinion is growing that Florida has
outgrown her swaddling cltheI ad that


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the Governor and his cabinet have to deL

COTTON WAREHOUSE AT G0r--

The Farmers' Unioe, of Madison and Jef-
ferson Counties is erecting a large briak
cotton warehouse at Greenville. The brick
for erecting the building is already oa
the ground and the work of laying the
foundation has begun. The warehose
will have a capacity of three thousand
bales of cotton, and will also be used for
a storehouse for other farm products. It
will be ready for business this year.



The Wealth of the

Old Families.
Often diappeard, evaporated, a th
new gmeratio was left Iut eme r tw
th-Wg of real vair. Ams these vae-
able (in 90 eases et of a hundm ) w
% chest of old silver, the moat maIeul
beautiful heirloom that the young gm
timn treasured.
ave youn sue a teas to heal dwa
to yor heirs? If ot, now is th time t
start gathering it IH y a itI t,
come down and let as shw yoea son"hi
in that IjB that i WW=TH HAVIM
NOW and h hiwh e hieghy treem-
by yewr Ums daM irb@ .

L. J. RUIM 00EPANY,
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FLORIDA LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY.

CAPITAL STOCK JACKSONVILLE FLA lWrloes all Forms of Life and En-
ONE MILLION DOLLARS JAE dowment Insurance.


Sale of Timber Lands.
One of the few remaining large tra"ts
of lands near Pensacola changed iandsa
today, when James M. Mulden, of Pensa-
cola, sold to L. L. Bryars, B. Miles and W.
T. Brock, of Escambia county. Ala., 17,400
acres of timber land in Baldwin county,
Ala., the purchase price not being stated,
but understood to be a very handsome fig-
ure. The new owners will use the land
for turpentining purposes, being exten-
sively engaged in this business in Ala-
* bama. The land is cut over timber land
and is situated between the Perdido and
Stix rivers in Baldwin county, and is con-
sidered very value for turpentining pur-
poses. The tract was purchased last Jan-
uary by Mr. Mulden, who intended making
of it a game preserve, but later changed
his plans and sold it to the Alabama par-
tis.

oIC02 OF 8TOCEKOLDMERS MEET-
=IG OF JACKONVMLLE DEVEL-
OPENT COMPANY.
Notice is hereby given that a special
meeting of the stockholders of the Jack-
sonville Development Company is called
by order of the president and in accord-
ance with a resolution of the board of di-
rectors of the company, to be held at the
oaics of the company, Jacksonville,
Florida, at 11 o'elock a. m. on Monday, the
7th day of October, 1907.
At said meeting there will be preset-
ed for the action of the stockholders a
proposition to increase the capital stock
of the company from S250,00.00 to $500,-
000.00.
J. A. HOLLOMON, Secretary.
Sept. 7th, 1907.

NOTICE OF STOCKHOLDERS' MEET-
nIG or JACKSONVILU DEVEL-
OPMENT COMPANY.
Notice is hereby given that a special
meeting of the stockholders of the Jack-
sonville Development Company is called
by order of the president and in accord-
ance with a resolution of the board of di-
rectors of the company, to be held at the
offices of the company, Jacksonville, Fla.,
at 12 o'clock noon, on Monday, the 7th
day of October, 1907.
At said meeting there will be presented
a proposition for the action of the stock-
holders to amend article No. 3 of the
charter of the company, so as to allow
stock subscriptions to be payable in prop-
erty as well as in cash.
J. A. HOLLOMON, Secretary.
Sept. 7, 1907.

BOUND TRIP RATK
Via Atlantic Coast Line Railway to the
Jamestewna pesitie..
t4.4o Coach excursion to Norfolk, on sale
Tueadays and Fridays, limit ten
days, no stop-overs.
*o-s iftema-day tickets, good in sleep-
er. Stop-overs allowed within
nmit.
%Lee Slty-day thiket. Good in depers
Stp-overs allowed w lit.
33.55 Season tickets. Go"d in sleeper
Stop-oers allowed with limit o1
December a15th.


WANTED

AND


FOR SALE

Rate for this column is eats per word
for frst insertion and 1 east per word r
following insertion. No advertiement
taken for les than 40 eenst for Anst, and
1M cents for following ineartio. Cash
must accompany orde ymesou y mw
an eeount with u

WANTED-Position on turpentine place
where I can fill two positions, managing,
book-keeping, commissary and riding
woods. The very best of references. Good
salary expected. Address P. O. Box 474,

A GOOD flatwoods plane for sale.
Enough round timber to cut 10 crops
boxes, 3 crops yearling boxes, 4 crops 3rd
year boxes, 7 crops pulling boxes, plenty
more timber near by can be leased, 35
cents tight rate from still; 5 head mules,
4 horses, 1 four-borse wagon, I Jersey
wagon, 1 buggy, 1 25 still and fixturs.
Location and everything for ($15,000)
fifteen thousand dollars. Address, Z. G.
Holland & Co., Omega, Fla. 9-7-4t.


POSITION wanted as turpentine stiller
or commissary keeper. Can give good ref-
erences. Please state salary when answer-
ing. Address H. T. Sowell, Howell, Ga.
9-14-it

FOR SALE-A desirable turpentine lo-
cation, well located on railroad, fiftem
crops of boxes; timber to cut about nine
more crops. Moderate.price. Schedule upon
application. Address N. R. Hays, Apalaeh-
icola, Fla.

FOR SALE CHEAP-Turpentine location,
15 crops virgin, yearling and 3rd year
boxes. 3,000 acres round timber. Lot of
high boxes can be worked for protecting
from fire. Homesteads being proved up in
abundance. 20 miles from Pensacola.
Water rate. A bargain to the man with
the mony. J. F. Mathis, Pensacola, Fla.

FOR SALE.-Pin aid Cypre Lands.
Owing to extensive orange and other inter-
ests in the State. owner will sell his pine
and cypress land consiting of 10000 acres
pine and 2,000 acres eypres land, shingle
mill and store in operation; small saw
milL Three hundred acres pine ready to
he cut. remainder now being turpentimed.
Will sell as a whole for $75.000, small
payment down, remainder to be eat as it
can be cut from the ad, or will sell
shingle mill and cypree separately. Ad-
dres by letter only, "Owmer A," U2 Mai
treet. Board of Trade Bulding, Jackson-
vll, Fla.h

WANMT -AS esemmismaes to dem-a
thdr bar of al kindl enf med and
mhrla. We bay rythin in the way
of k. Wsree. Amm.riam l e C.
JasdomvllaM 716


FORTUNES IN FLORIDA-Turpentine
and Sawmill Men. Your attention please.
If wou a-e 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 hae. All
properties direct from owners. Titles good.
Reference, bankers and business men of
my town and county. Chas. F. Turner,
DeFuniak Springs, Fia. 8-24-4.


A PARTNER WANTED-To manufae-
ture a new turpentine hook; or a buyer
for patent on the same. A fortune in it.
T. A. McGregor, Haleyondale, Ga. 2t.

WANTED-Oraier, either sex, on
salary of $100 a month and expenses for
an up-to-date association, paying weekly
ick and accident ben s and furnishing
free medical attendants to an its members.
Liberal contract vill be made for produc-
ers of business. American Sick & Acci-
dent Association, Buffalo, N. Y.
6-29-14t


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 correspoa
with active, experienced men with a view
of securing a foreman and two or thee
wood's riders for this department of our
business. Please write fully as to your
experience with boxes and cups and say
how long you have followed this busiane
and give your references, saying who you
could come for the place and wht ada-
ry you will require. Do not amnwr i
addicted to drink. Address Lumbhrmen
are of thif paper.


FOR SALE-Small turpentine place for
cash. Price $8,500.. Good backing. Ad-
dress Operator, care Indutrial Reeord. tf
WANTED High-class da-me gao@
salesman that will command g pay, to
tell drug specialties among ommisar
principally. We don't wat a cheap man
Will pay either salary or eomaim.
Commissary Supply Cmpany, b rrmin
ham, Ala. 6-2-tt


TURPENTINE BARRELS


ATLANTIC COOPERAGL COMPANY
Manufacturers
Hand-Made Turpentne BDarels
We have been manufacturing our own staves
for years and select the very best stock for our
barrels. Skilled coopers employed. Just begin-
ning business in Jacksonville, and solicit a share
of your patronage. Send us a trial order.


J. pfol. WRIGHT. Manager


iaskehonw Fla.


3"6 D__ __W a" "Glft


COMPARATIVE MARKET ksrub.
The price of spirits dropped half a cent a day all week, evidently forced
I don by those who are manipulating the market, closing Friday at i5-0%.
NMedium rosins still show advancing tendency.
SPIRITS OF TURPENTINE FOR THE WEE BER AND AT SAVANAH.
Prie. Sales. Shipents. eeapts. Wstoas
Jax. Say. Ja. Sav. Jax. ayv. Ja. 8a. Jax. aw.
Saturday ... 511/2 511/1 488 429 r00 488 345 79125,514 30,231
1 Monday .....51 51 975 1.158 144 4,114 79 45425,759 26,561
Tuesday .... 501/ 501/ 354 581 0 392 646 1,16626,410 27,346
Wednesday 50 50/ 325 22 0 70 334 84527,056 28,120
Thursday ... 50 50% 659 997 0 1,200 449 964 27,30 27,884
Friday ......50 50%1 933 549 271 2,055 622 97127,839 26,827
ROSIN FOR TrH WErK HERE AND AT SAVAWNAH.
Saturday. Monday. Tuamay. Wedsday. ThR lay. dMjy.
Jax. Say. Jan. Sf. Jan. Sav. Jan. a. Jan. fHa. Jan. law.
SWW ...... 6.25 6.256.25 6.256.25 6.306.20 6.206.15 6.206.10 6.25
WG .......6.15 6.151.15 6.106.15 6.156.05 6.0506.00 6.056.00 6.00
N ..........6.00 6.006.00 5.956.00 6.005.90 5.905.90 5.955.85 5.90
M ......... .60 5.605.60 5.605.60 5.605.55 5.555.55 5.555.50 5.55
K ......... 5.40 5.405.40 5.405.40 5.405.35 5.355.35 5.366.25 5.30
I ..........4.95 4.904.95 4.954.95 4.904.85 4.854.85 4.864.80 4.80
H .........4.85 4.854.85 4.904.85 4.904.75 4.754.75 4.754.70 4.70
G ..........4.70 4.754.70 4.804.75 4.804.70 4.704.67 4.654.65 4.65
F .........4.65 4.704.65 4.754.70 4.774.65 4.654.00 4.004.00 4.00
E .........4.45 4.504.50 4.554.55 4.554.45 4.454.40 4.404.40 4.40
D ......... 4.15 4.154.20 4.204.25 4.154.15 4.104.10 4.054.06 4.00
CBA ......4.00 4.064.00 4.104.06 4.044.00 3.953.95 3.953.90 3.90
AIRPORT Or MOdal MOVEMENT EH AMD AT SAVANA.IL
alew. H 01-= RsJoMmp Hbt s.
Jax. Say. Jax. Sat. Jan. 8a. Jan. law.
Saturday ............... 1,492 ,3312,00 1,792 917 3,3772,179 81,M7
Monday ..................121 2, 17 ,36 8,735 2, 1,43770,6 74,21
Tuesday ..................2,638 1,814 50 ,046,234 4,01 77,2
Wednesday ............. 1,257 4,161,40 7901,426 2,19871,30 78,7
Thursday ...............1,417 1,887 265 2,5921,161 3,071,14 7,4
Friday ................2,096 2,7331,400 4,6251,766 301072,2 77,870







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THE GROOVER-STEWART ow o.

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Reliable Whiskies.
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 "Ol4d Re" or assorted ,3.40, express
prepaid Write for complete Price-Lst.

R. M. Rose Company,
16 West Forsyth Sreet, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
"ASK THE REVENUE On r ir.L."

H.ECTIIC LUGIT AND POWER PLANTS
FOR MULLS AND FACTORIES.
REMINGTON OIL ENGINES
INEATIMG N MEMSM.
KARL FRIES - UISWICK, 6A.


W. W iit N.AAMAU. m e. N. NUM4 Brnwl, G.
W. R. BOWzw, v M Ga. D. T. PURSE Savamauh, Ge.
O.. IT.'.M O, SavakLas. G

Seithern States Naval Stores Co.
Savannah. Ga.
Factors and Comamission Merchafnts
hip to Savannah Get Competitito Hihest Pries Promptest Beturn
Correspond With WU


JOS. ROSENHEIM SHOE CO.
NAXWAWTV AMD UUKS OF

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SAVANNAH, GEOWGIA
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The Aitmayer Istau Liquor Compfny
MACON. GEORGLA.


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Under new MnU6ausmt. Thomughip
enoyated a r-paired truhO, is-
ludihng now esowfie uesate smd our
own lsctrOIich pleat.
H. N. OsNZAL. Prop.


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TAMPA MONUMENTAL WORKS,
DEBALBER IN
Monuments. Headstones, Iron Fencing and Italian Statuary
NO JOB TOO LARGE. NO JOB TOO SMALL.
MAIN OFFICES 310 ZACH S6 r in u. TAMPA. FLA.


W. & ummmas Pre. F. orGn, Ge. Mzr. amr Vie- Prn.
L & CAWIT, Win-Pl. J30. SAVARXSZ, Trua
T. RICHARD, Se-y.

TAMPA DRUG CO.
Wholesale Manufacturing Druggists,
TAMPA, FLORIDA.
Fb"r and complete Ae of a A.lsds of Drurs, ChaI lcal
and Patent Medcines.
SPECIAL ArTANTION 10 COMMISsARY TRADE.
PROMPT ATTENTION TO ALL ORDERS.


MERRILL-STEVENS CO.

Boilermaking and Repairing
Stm Boilers and Pumps.
SHIP BUILDING e~nd REPAIRING. :
JtLcttlonvistt Fla.
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NAVAL


East Coast Lumber Co.
ROUGH AND DRPSSPQ LONG LEAF
Yellow Pine Lumber

Bundled Rosin Barrel Staves in Carload Lots
Steassmer Shipmets a Specialty.
WATERTOWN, FLORIJDA
19 19 299 $message as*@@te teott meomsm ost tmmtm


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Standard Clothing Company

One rirce One Price

FrAsioNAteL CWrTHIERS AND FMIRNISI eS,
17 1 39 wes Ob St~et. - .Jao, Pal
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We wish to call Special Attention of Operators to our unex-
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at Reasonable Prices. We make a Specialty of

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and eal Blanks, Forms, etc., used at Commissaries,
Turpentine Plants, etc.


When in need of Any Kind of Printing Send Us Your Orders.

INDUSTRIAL RECORD COMPANY.


JACKSONVILLE, FLA.


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HUTCHINSON SHOE COMPANY
VICTORY SHOES AND HATS
Wholesale *- Jacksonville, Fla.


NOTICE= OPF ASTEWS SALM.
Under and by virtue of a final decree
of foreclosure made and rendered by the
Judge of the Fourth Judicial Circuit of
the State of Florida in and for Duval
county, in chancery sitting, on the 5th
day of September, A. D. 1907, in a cer-
tain cause therein pending, wherein
Jacksonville Development Company, a
corporation, is complainant, and Ralph H.
Done et al are defendants, I shall offer
for sale and sell in front of the court house
door in said county, in the city of Jack-
soaville, on the 7th day of October, A. D.
1907, the same being the first Monday in
said uonth and a le al iaes day, within
e legal hours of sae, to the highest
oad best bidder, for cash, the following
described property, to-wit:
Lying and being i the county of Duval
and state of Florida, more particularly
described as follows: to-wit: Block for-
ty-two (42) Edgewood, as per plat of
record in the office of the clerk of the
county of Duval, Florida, in Plat Book 2
at page 37; or so much thereof as may
be sifieient to satisfy said decree and
all costs.
LUCMI H. BOGG8,
Special Master.
OWEN & ROYAL,
Solicitors for Complainant.
it beg. 9-7.


HUTCHINSON AUDIT CO.
PULC ACCOUNTANTS & AUDMTORK

kome sva. imageNdw Ife.


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ICHAS. A. CLAUtK CO.
Phone 1 nw il, I
0 Phone 186. Jacksonville. Fla.
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Clyde Steamship Company


Walter Mucklow,
CBkrJfIx PUBLIC ACCOUJTArT,
Roem, 46-47-4 Mutual ie BMg
TJACKSOerN sLA
JACKSONVILE., ILA.


JOSEPH ZAPF


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NEW YORK, CHARLESTON AND FLORIDA UNES
Tb magneent Steamship of this Ha re appeal to ail a fellws, eatg a
hriese, S C, bth wa&^


From Mw Yesk,
(Pier 36 Iorth ir*.)


Wholesale Dealers n aad Botlers c f


ANH EUSER- BU SCH

St. Louis Lager Beer



LiqNM, Wils, MrNWl Watrs


Write for Prices


P.o. O Motive Power 47

Of Amy KlAd for Amy Purpose. IrrigatlO Ouetits of Amy
Capacity for Immediate Shlpaiet.
Pawps, WisE Mills, Steel Towers, Steel afd Woed Tasks,
Special Macklery. Gasellae Engles a Specialty.
BENNETT BROS. CO., Jacksonville, Pla.


BEFORE MAKING YOUR PURCHASE!
--See The-


KNIGHT CROCKERY

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FURNITURE COMPANY

JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

H. U. PkrLxmiam r. Press. P. L. STHERLAND, Viee-Pres. A. D. COVINGTON, See'y
J. P. COUNCIL, Traes and Geml Mgr.

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Gemral Oees: JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
Factory: WAwNAwinN, N. C.

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................................ ALGONQUIN ...Thursday, Set. 5,at 1:0mm
Monday, Sept. 2,at 3:00pm... ARAPAHOE......Sunday, Sept. 8,atl 0:0Am
Wednesday, Sept. 4, at 3:00pm.... .COlANCHEE... .Tuesday, Sept 10, at 1:0-6m
Friday, Sept. 6,at3:00pm .... CHIPPEWA.................................
Saturday, Sept. 7, at 3:00pm ..... HURON....... Thursday, Sept. 12, at 10:0a
Monday, Sept. 9,at3:00pm.... IROQUOI .... Saturday, Sept.14, at 10:0am
Wednesday, Sept. 11, at 3:00pm..... APACHE .....Monday, Sept. 1, at l08aam
Friday, Sept. 13, at 3:00pm .... ALGONQUIN.... Tuesday, Sept. 17, at 1-0 m
Saturday, Sept. 14, at 3:00pm.... ARAPAHOE ...Thursday, Sept.1l, at le0-0m
Tuesday, Sept. 17, at 3:00pm .... COMANCHE .... Sunday, Sept 22, at lo:.am
Wednesday, Sept. 18, at 3:00pm ..... .HURON ....... Monday, Sept. 23, at 10:hm
Friday, Sept. 20, at 3:00pm.... IROQUOIS .... Thursday, Sept. 26, at 10:0hm
Monday, Sept. 23, at 3:00pm......APACHE .....Saturday,. Sept. 28, at 10:0m
Tuesday, Sept. 24, at 3:00pm .... ALGONQUIN.... Sunday, Sept. 29, at 10:6sm
Thursday, Sept. 26, at 3:00pm .... ARAPAHOK.....Tuesday, Oct. 1, at 10:e1m
Saturday, Sept. 28, at 3:00pm .... COMANCHE.... Thursday, Oct 3, at 10>ikm
Monday, Sept.30, at 3:00p...... HURON....... Saturday, Oct. 5, at 10:00m


*Freight only.


+New York direct.


CLYDE NEW ENOLAND AND SOUTHERN LINES.
Proight Service Betwon Jackosavl Beatem sa Ps mes, a ad Eeseben Point
Caons at Charlestn Bth Way.
fMIBGHT ONLY.
From South SiMe rm et ea Cme. et.r
Lewis Wharf, Bato STanMn Jakeevla.
Saturday, Aug. 17, at 3:00pm......ONONDAGA. ...................... .......
Saturday, Aug. 24, at 3:00pm.... CHIPPEWA.... Friday, Aug. 30, at 10:nm
.......................... ...... ONONDAGA.... Thursday, Sept. 5, at 10:mn
Saturday, Sept. 31,at3:00pm......MOHICAN..... Friday, Sept. at 10:0mm

CLYDE ST. JOHNS RIVER LINE
Btwee Ja heomsl am& SbadstL
Stopping at Palatka, Astor, St. Francis, Beresford (DeLad), anl later
landings on St. Johs River.
STEAMER "'CITY OF JACKSONVILLE"
Is appointed to sail as follow: Leave Jacksonvile, Sundays, Tuesdays anr Thus-
days, 3:30 p. m. Returning, leave Sanford Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, 9:30
a. m.

SOUTHBOUND) jNOW NDB
Read do r Bad up.
Leave 3:30p .................. .....................A Jri :-n.m.
LeMve 8:46p.m.................... Palatka .................... 8:.m.
Leave 3:00a m.................. Astor ..................... p e 8:30pm.
................ ............. Bere ord (DeIand) .............. L 1: I: p. M.
Arrive 8:30a. ..................... Sanford ................... *-. :3-a.m
Arrive 10:0 0a.m .................. terle ................... Lv 1:00a.:
GENERAL PASSENGER AND TICKET OFFICE, a2 W. BAY ST, JACK'VIY I.
S M. IRONMOHGER, JR., A. G. P. A., JacksevB Fla.
JOHN PEMDREL, T. P. A, A. C. HAGERTY, G. P. A,
Jacksonville, Fla. Pier 36 N. R., N w TYk.
0.. TAYLOR, P. T. L, C. BROWN, P. AI,
ago Brnoaway, New York.
L. JONES, T. F. A, L. SCROBL, C. A,
Jacksonvile, Ra. Lee r, Fla.
W. G. COOPER, JR., A, CLYDE MILMN, G F. A,
Jacksonville, FVa Pier 36 NI. L, Noe Yed.
C. P. LOVLL, Agst, Jack oalle, Fa.
GENERAL OFFICES, PIER 36, N. R. Branch, go Breadway, New Tedk.








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L L NAM.o Preldnt.
J. r. C. MTYRS Voee.Prea.nt.


American


& P. SMOTTER.
Chmfrm.. BeaMrd a Dotreasers.


Naval


Stores


[Or WEST VIGIOA]
smeosrs to S. P. Sitter Compar y Patters. wlu COmpamPIban,


G. N. BOARDMANM Treasrrr.
C. J. DeLOAC,. Seeremry.


Company


Exporters and Dealers in All Grades of ROSIN,


PURE SPIRITS TURPENTINE,


TAR. PITCH. ROSIN OIL and all other products of the pine tree.


HEAD OFFICES: SAVANNAH, GEORIA.


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IYe Wnt my Kmd FmorlMn Land?
Ye" Meawk=n mms?
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J. H. Livingston & Sons,
OCALA. FLORIDA. -


Brick and Building Material.
Wlim nowMo tste., "Potad Commit Paster Paitf Iamd Wall
rblra, Madtr ~t 3ta, salms, re srink or lay. Write to
GEO. R FOSTER. Jr. Jacksonville. Fla.

THE COMMERCIAL BANK
JACKSNYR.LE, RFA. krnces: Scals al Lase City
The i lIlg 8tate. Bok im Jackmovifll. I co eot md a m old-
-faeSN aily Miuress 11 Mane d is abjeet to regular madut-
by the oenmpeoIr.
Wrmllidad mad a'vl.e Asm* ealiited.
a. RgemaMI W. a OWNs, H. GAILLAnD,
PseMent. Vice-Pren C r


S- - -


Mc KOY PATENT

Turpentine Cup.

The bet and simplet cp
cM the markt. Deftehabe
Greater Capscity, easier
dipped mowe eadJy pLaced
on0o e, st4ager a"d pe-
ticaft1 Paet tible. Wm
not res. Foreatalo and
prie ne write


SR 'tots Pramsl aeft
S NBarnw r& essup CompI



Barnes & Jessuip COMM


Jacksonvflbk. Forida.


W. J. L't.1t. J.
begd5a5.


W. WADE.
Vioe-Preddeat.


mC. HUGHES,
As't. Sc'T amd Tre


Union Naval Stores Co.


MOe.HE, ALA.


PENSACOLA, FLA.


NEW ORLEANS, LA.


NAVAL STORES FACTORS.
..........D A Irs:s IN..........
Supplies for Turpentine Operators.
Cam efer at pest quite a ire number of emimaie Ieat.s ti West Flor-
Sl, Aa~bsia a ndlmimipp Le Ua adv ane mude apiset cempmilr Cw.

Principal Office: MOBILE, ALABAMA.

MACHINERY
Portable and Stationary Engine-,
and Boilers, Saw Mills, Wood-
working Machinery and Supplies,
Complete line carried in stock.
Liberal Terms. Write for cata-
logue.
State Agents for the Olds Gas
and Gasoline Engines.
Address all communications to
.ALSfl MAC ERY CO. 22 Ocen Street, Jacksonvill, Florida
Len g Dssease Pbn.e 547.


Namva Stores Factors and nComnrmisef
Merchants.

Oe r iCU.a.S.
C. H. Barne. Presdermt. J. A. Ewint Vico-Pr-sdos.
E. B. Wells Secretary and Tress-rer.
DIRECTORS: C. .BDrne. J. A. Ewing. I. S. Rall
J. IL. Saunders, E. C. Long, W. E. Cuammor, E. Wells. W. S
Jennings. G. W. Tiylor.


, Turpentine Cups

As our supply of eup in mited, we -
gest that itemdig prerh as.r in in
their orders promptly to iarn dfi.my.
Far Pris.. .o
Cups, G6tters aid l Toels
of Tepewtks"

Chattanooga Pottery

Company


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THE WKOLY INDUSTRIAL RECORD.


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PLANTERS

"Old Time" Remedies


THE JOY Of THE HOUSEhoD.
Thee feor at remeiaNs, aNu Tm, Beseicts, Cuban AMlf -
a Cubma O, ,e joy of the boauhoM. With them nr at band, a T
m- is ready for my merger. He has a a fe, reliable ad speedy relief m=msm
fr wife, children, sdf or With these remeda you ea keep the
d ,ytor' hands out of your poets, and yet have a healthy, happy fany. Cu
3em, you n ewe yw e ok of aay ailment that may befall them. .
UBUIAn TZA- Liquid or Powar Fer the gist family medicine. It
wI eou a r Is of Liver and Kiday Oomphrat, Prewt Cills ad Malarial
Fwer. C(hur om am ol aaimm of diMrn; ad uas a lamtive tonic it is without
a hal-e ad reliabe. In the liquid, it is extremely patah -ere children
e, at--m is- RaADY FOR UBS.
WWIVDr A i a wgmins mediieo It will me all the diseases omms t.
weme, an eldmd Female Treble. It wil bring youth baek t the raded woman,
ides m ser mN behssm ae se thought it womm' lht. It will ear for the
tdr ==ter oman ed; p o ar the young womn for the sared
CUBAN U.aW-The IaIt Paint Kiuer, for either man or bet Reiever
-ahly, Cruf, Ckaa, Chlara MUrbm, Dirrieea, Dyote-ery ua nidk Hameh*
r ei in hrM it ea n infalliMe remedy ad t grate to giv ref in l ve
= toshe -
woir la k asmdy eeve theI palm. bw'. hse. buit mo d utei,
and brs., IrI and se.s, doff" Lba.d and fo w a.nd tinder feeat.
elomv EA I. paim, loAm bho, eand in steakb eos wie ouse ouats
-V hr- h --pn, er seans, sddle M n, -a disrme-d benas.

SPENCER MEDICINE CO.. Chattanooga. Ten.




e etropolis

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 $2V0 Six Months
Full Telegraphic and Stock
reports. If you want to keep
posted on the news, get the
Metropolis.

CARTER & RUSSELL PUB. CO.
JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.


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JACKSOMfVULL. FLA.
Rough am DvrwwdLmW

Lon Leaf relloiw PA.
NOW= AM OM4W


J. S. Schofield's Sons Csmp,


Distilleres Pumpag
Outft.


No plant o-Lewto vwthbot se.
SHudredsa f them in us in Gea
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ia lasn pimesA We soan m
Engnes Bonuers ams
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as well earry a fll ad oe"plet
MU SOpp ss PIp,
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Advise your wats.
Macn, - GerjBe.
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John R. Young Co,


Commission

Merchants.


Naval Stores factors. Wholesale Grocers.


Savauamumh Q Brunswick. Ga.


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W. D. KRENSON.


J. D. WEED & CO.,


Savannah, Georgia


Somedhidg Spncial


On 1-Inch Hoop Iron


DIRECTORS:
D. C. Asley.
G. A. PetmWy,
CUs. H.L Brown
A. C. Bacoa,
J. G. Ckford.
ILH. Watet,
S. H. lDg.


D. C. ASHLET, PBieeit.
B. W. BIOUNT, lit Vke PreeMna
adl Genedl 3mm1 .
CARL MOLL. d Vice iPm.
G. A. PMETIWAY. d Vice P-e.
&S H. EL G. See. md Tra.
A C. BACON. AWM. Sec. Md Tm.


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PENINSULAR NAVAL STORES CO.

Commission Merchants
and Wholesale Grocers
JacksonvWe and Tampa, Flord.

-Capal Stock. $.000.000.


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SDlamnonds, Weddlfg
Watches, aMd
Fine Anniver.
Jewelry, sary Gifts,
Clocks, Sterling
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Noveltles,
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Half Tones--Zinc Etchings

Illustrating and Engraving Department
OF

THE FLORIDA TIMES-UNION
Splendidly equipped for business. Half Tones and Zinc Etchings made to order in the most improved
and artistic fashion. Illustrations for newspapers and all kinds of Commercial Work, Pamphlets, Etc.


In Writing or applying for Prices, Give the Most Explicit Description of What Is
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