<%BANNER%>
Weekly industrial record
ALL ISSUES CITATION SEARCH THUMBNAILS MAP IT! PAGE IMAGE ZOOMABLE
Full Citation
STANDARD VIEW MARC VIEW
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00047910/00239
 Material Information
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 21, 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."
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002658368
notis - ANC5461
oclc - 45459418
lccn - sn 00229571
System ID: UF00047910:00239
 Related Items
Succeeded by: Florida's financial and industrial record

Full Text





















































_______________ ,C


~7~+F
;a
~y~
\i
`;
1?.
~~ ~ .
\\


/

If

6

/,
1


JACKSONVILLE, fLA.


SAVANNAH, CA.


1I


L 6


L







CONSOLIDATED


NAVAL STORES COMPANY.


Home Office: JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
Branches: Savannah, Ga., and Pensacola, Fla.
OFFICERS.
W. C. POWELL, Prmnen; B. F. BULLAhD, H. L COVINGTON, J. A. CRANFORD, D. H. MeMLLAN, B. POWELL, C. M COVINGTON, JOMN L
POWELL, Vie PresMelt; C. P. DUMINBURY, Seeretary ad Tiasmr.
MfICTIWV COMMrITTEZ: W. C Powell, C. B. Rger, H. L Omiugtoa, B. F. Bullard, J. A. Oraford.
DIL CTORS: W. C. Poll, B. F. Balard, C. B Roge, J. A. taford, W. J. Hilman, John H. Powell W. F. oar~hba, H.L Covingto C. Dwai, D. H.
MeMlma . Powen,C. Q. Cor tag, 8 A. Alfor


NAVAL STORES FACTORS

Paid in Capital Stock, $2,500,000
Owned and Controlled by Practical Operators.
The "Cosolidated" 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 cell or correspond.


COVINGTON COMPANY,
WHOT SALE 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 take inrt New Work adrep ngda.
payment for in the country
Heavy C persm ithi, Steam Pipe and Specal Copper Work
Jacksonville, Fla.
Abu Fayetteville,N. C. Savannah, Ga. Moble, Ae.


i


i


L















WEEKLY INDUSTRIAL


RECORD.


PUP wam EVERY SATURDAY. DEVOTED TO NAVAL STORES, LUMER AND MANUFACTURING wilatMubs

SI r ~s EL at3 brso T.."--M-.-'ma TU* .Ca ..w' A.. a b M M 'a. bo* s . .sd. dS. m asA a. s c.... __ m .. . m.n d. .s .. dl.. A m. I sX
Oahr a"o own'd dT gmen Opmm Asei-m., d5- AI 03. G ~ram d- m Cm. Osem AAi -me Vd- nd OGee s S-Om Amehwinm. nGiMdOdig d|T S whe 1s1um-m Aeedel


The American Naval Stores Company Methods Are


Exposed by New York Trade Paper


In its efforts to hold the naval stores
business for Savannah against the nat-
ural conditions which make Jacksonville
the logical naval stores centre, the Sa-
vannah News and the Naval Stores Re-
view of that city are supporting the pol-
icy of those who were convicted on their
own confession about a year ago and
fined in the United States Court for re-
striig trade.
The factors and produces are observ-
ing with care the situation as it appears
today. When spiris go soaring up ad
reach a high-water mark, the operator
and factor get careless. The disposition
appears to be to fall in line with the
very elements which could in a day push
the market dowa to the present low ebb.
It is a fact that there is not an industry
in the United States where those who
are the pduners are so careless as they
are in the disposition of naval stores.
For years it has been the policy of the
Shotter forces to hammer the price of
s drit down during the producing season
sad to raise them at will when they have
secured control of a M ent amount of
the product to warrant the change. It
has been dome easily in the past. It i
beig easily accomplhed now, thanks to
the careless indiferece of the prodneer.
rEve the maeamet of a ine upon Shot-
ter and others their confession that they
were criminals in the face of the United
States statutes and guilty of me of the
most outrageous crimes o the statutes of
their omntry, has apparently had no
eaet. The bee is general now, aad
there ar ea itiom if not fact to sup.
port that belief that the American Naval
Stores ompay is controlling the pur-
Seh and sale of spirits of turpentine and
Seetralii e trade.
Wil Make Investgatiei
An invesigation has been instituted by
the Indnstrial Reord and the United
States Attorney General is to be asked
to take a hand aad lead his assistance
to the work of patting an end to this Ile-
gal traffic. There is not a single condition,
nor a single eircumstance which an se-
Smcount for the natural decline of spirits
for the past few months. The fact is the
decline is not a natural one. The law of
supply and demand has had nothing to
do with t. That the market has been
manipulated is evident. To secure proof
of this may be a difieult matter and re-
quire a careful study of conditions sad
aets. Bat the producers are becoming
aroused and there is a general feeling
among the meot prominent factors that
this illegal trdicking with one of the
South's greatest products should cease.
That the BaSmw ah News interested
i this effort of the Shotter forces to
istain e DiaI of the priee of spirits is
evident from the following extract from


the Oil, Paint and Drug Reporter of New
York, which is published in the interest
of the consumer, endeavors to keep the
price of spirits down, but which has been
fair and honest in its dealing and refused
to bow to the Shotter gang.
New York Paper Scores.
Readers of the Record will note the
fact that this is a fight between two
journals, both of which are making an
effort to push down the price of naval
stores. Neither of them have any inter-
est in common with the producer and the
manner in which the Oil, Paint and Drug
Reporter shows up the Savannah News
and gives, sway the policy of Shotter and
his gang is a clincher.
The editorial of the Oil, Paint and Drug
Reporter follows:
What the New York Paper Says.
"Our attention has been drawn to an
article in the Savannah Morning News of
September 3, one section of which, under
the heading 'Moulding Public Opinion,
reads:
As an illustration of the grasp of the
actual situation manifested by some of
these "pseudo-wise" journals, a New York
trade paper, in commenting on efforts to
secure higher prices for spirits recently
delivered itself of the following:
"Only six years ago turpentine was sell-
ing at 38 cens a gallon and yielded at
that figure a prot to commission mer-
chant, factor and farmer. Yet today the
last named complains that there is no
money in spirits at 57% cents. True, eon-
ditions are somewhat changed, the area of
the belt is narrower and labor more ex-
pensive, but that these drawbacks should
warrant anything like an extra charge of
19% cents per allon, it is out of all re-
son to sppoe. It has been admitted
that under existing conditions there is a
proft at 50 cents, and we do not fear to
say that even this is still above the cost
level by at least 15 cents."
Such talk as this has led the cosumng
public to hold off until the producers are
more reasonable 1? in their prices. One
result of this policy has been to eat up
stocks abroad, and will result ultimately
in consumers being compelled to come into
the market regardless of prices.
"The quoted portion is taken from the
July issue of the Reporter. The first
paragraph does not need any comment.
The thinking people of the business world
are too accustomed to bickering and at-
tempts at sarcasm, which among certain
types of journals passes as wit or clever-
ness, to give it as much as a passing
thought, but we wish to call particular
attention to the last paragraph, wherein
it is stated that such articles as we have
published have led the public to 'hold off
until producers are more reasonable If
this is so, and we take no issue with our
Savannah contemporary on this point,
then we have accomplished the very end
for which the article alluded to was pub-
lished. The price of spirits of turpentine
since March 21 has fallen from 74%c. to
5Se., a difference of 22%e. per gallon, or


over $11 per barrel If the public has
held off on our advice surely that advice
was sound and deserves commendation.
There is something in the paragraph of
the Savannah paper, however, thai strikes
us as being quite pertinent. 'One result
of this policy,' it says, 'has been to eat
up stocks abroad, and will ultimately re-
sult in consumers being compelled to come
into the market regardless of prices.'
"The consumer must here pause and
consider and these are some of the facts
which it will be well for him to ponder
over. There is a fierce war waging be-
tween the American Naval Stores COm-
pany, Savannah, and the Navl Stores
Export Company, Jacksonville; just such
a fight in fact as was on once before when
the latter concern narrowly averted the
disgrace of bankruptcy and was glad to
sign a treaty of peace which cost their
shareholders about 70 cents on the dollar
of their holdings. The situation is sub-
stantially the same today as it was then.
Starting last May with the purchase of
7,000 barrels of spirits at 2% cents at
a time when the general expectation pre-
vailed that the rock bottom price could
not fall below 60 cents, the Export Cbm-
pany has seen the market decline to a5
cents, with the end not yet in sigt.
"The decline, it must be remembered,
too, came despite the removal ffom the
market by tankage of 30,000 barrel. It
does not require great thought to arrive
at the coenlusion that with spirits de-
clining as they have, the margin at which
the goods were held by the banks must
have been exhausted more than one,
that money is tight and that banks under
such conditions do not favor loans of this
character, more especially when values
show such a persistent tendency to crum-
ble. The inevitable, then, must' happen,
more margins will be demanded and may
not be forthcoming, no more new loan
will be made and 30,000 barrels of turpen-
tine will then be sold to cover the amount
advanced upon it. It looks as if this end
might not be far off aad when it hap-
pens there will be but one large holding
concern, as there was before. It will con-
trol the market and without doubt will
not be slow to turn the tables sad take
substantial profits by putting the price
up to any figure that in its judgment
seems as high as safety warrants.
"This is why turpeatif at currt
prices in our opinion is a go pzurchaa
It may go lower, prbaly it wil, Ut u-
ls all reasonable ca latis f it wi
evestuany tarn very mu hihe. Cn-
ditios as they appear at imem ight
even warrant the belief that t? hig
water ark i March O 74% e0 a may
san he re ahe& .
Cadlt Savannah News' In
The New York trade paper has called


the bluff of the Savannah News and eon-
victed that journal of collusion with Shot.
ter and his forces.
Read the last two paragraphs of what
the Oil, Paint and Drug Reporter has to
say and note how they have clinched their
reply to the Savannah News with faet
and figures. Bear in mind that this mie
journal is interested in keeping pries
down for the reason that its patres ar
consumers. But it is honest in its eX-
pressions and coeaq out boMly, and gives
the Shotter gang ind e ater seap
away.
The Oil, Paint and Drug Reporter makes
things plain. It gives the information
upon which the two leading editorials in
the Industrial Record last week we
based ad does so in an able ameer.
knows the situation from a careful sty
of conditions hee and abrod. It saem
the Shotter forces of restraining tra
and knows that the seeatiU will
borne out by every move mae by ths
combine during the nexi few months.
lare is a dla .
The trade paper says that trpentine at
the current prices is a good ir cs. It
is aware of the policy of Satter to
the price when he has cetrol
of. smuffiiet amount of thed Apl
this paper, which. kanowst h t
says:
"CONDITIONS AS THEY APPEAR AT
PRiSENT WARRANT THE mjBrf
THAT THE HIGH-WATER MAP l
MARCH OF 74% CENTS MAY SO&d
BE REAlCHED.
That is what the aor i to ma-
press upon the minds of the products.
We counted that the operator ought i
take a deeper interest in his own affal
and to a degree at least become idepei-
ent of 8botter and all others who hav
been convicted of robbing them in the pent.
Perhaps there is not another clas ef
producers on earth who wold stad dly
by and permit the shalce of ths men-
ster to be placed about his ek an
locked with a padlock as large s a r-
peatine still. .
But this is what is being dee al the
longer the operator and hoat fater
remain quiet the stronger the ehai
grows and the larger grows the lock.
In this connection the Reeorl again pro
duees the editorials of last week a
pleads earnestly with the operator to 'gi
busy."
Do something aad do it aow!
What We Sail Lat W

PRODUCT SBOWT: 1ReBS LW.F.
It ought to be humrli Met to the WS
stores prodaeur ito s a mealm ths.
the American Naval StOres ml
absolte and vicim -aooty.
the turpentine market. When the


i-A










4 THE WEEKLY INDUSTRIAL RECORD.


f Sea Islad and Uplad cotton ae get-
ting together sad by ..aa com-
manling a fair price lor their product, by
prmveuting the control of the price of cot-
ton by unrepulous monopolles and man-
ufacturers, the naval stores producer is
standing idly by and permitting a monop-
oly; some of the oilers of which have
been eoavieted in the United States Court
of restraining trade, to gobble up the
fruts of their ten ad manipulate their
prodme at win.
It ought to be humiliating to the naval
stores producer if it is not. There ought
to be case of humiliation, when the ope-
rator sees the result which follow the
action of the farmer, and when he sees
that the prices of turpentine are being
regulated by the lever had of one om-
pany only-lowered and raied at will.
This year there is every reason for the
belief that the production of turpentine
will be twenty per cent lower than t was
lst year. There hve been many elements
which have combined to ring about thin
shortage of the crop. In the art place,
there was the drouth. Thi killed a great
deal of timber in oath Florida. The for-
eat ires eame as a heavy blow to the
operate throughout the naal toe belt,
due to the extremely dry weather. In
addition to this there have been other

The receipt today at the port of Sa-
vannah, are below thee of lst year, and
this i true, notwithstading the enormous
.diverious which have been made to the
port of Savannah from Jacksonville and
certain of the dosed ports, thus demon-
atratig a large shortage in thi year's
erop.
The manipulation of the turpentine mar-
ket is the only thing which could bing
about this state of affairs which confront
the operator today. That it is not due
to natural cause 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 Com-
pany 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 monients' study of the
eanditios past and present, at both pro-
ducing and marketing points.
Bow lon thi state of affairs i to ex-
ist depends upon the future policy of the
operators and factors. At any rate the
station is one which demands careful,
positive ad active attetion.
And after al, what i the operator go-
ing to do about ite It is up to the ope-
rater.

TIM 10FR ACTIOw OI THx PART OF
OPXXATOEs
The Industrial Record has repeatedly
warned the operators of the danger and
los to their interest by a policy which
permits the naval stores monopoly to
hammer down ad raise the price of tur-
peunne at wil.
Jat at thin time there is more than
.word to Impre upon the naval store
operator the advies and warning which
this paper has been giving for the past
three years or more. A study of market
esditlona for the past six months and a
spari on with the market quotations of
ti week, will be pretty convincing argu-
mons to give to the operator.
Te Record believes that the time for
etile has almost passed, but it knows
that Ofe ae still left avenues through
wr- operator ca secure relief if he
taea -lrvantage of the and hammers
an tir open lines vigorously and hard.

*'


T. 0. Hutedimon, JaMksounil, Fa.
Walter Mueallw, Jaeknvilea, 7.

Brign Hardware Os, Vaiaets, G.I
SANWL
Commrial Bank, Jasomrelle, fa.

Chas. Blum & O., JaeknaviDB
.omaph zapt & Co., J, k.
BARREL STAVLE
aet Coast Lumber Co, Watertown,
Florida.
M0XES AND CeATI&
Commer Lumber Co. Jaksevil, a

Gn. R. Feoter, Jr, Jasna hw, 11.
aUILDg wnaram
Gea IL este, Jr., JaNmen l.
CROItuAx.
Knight Crokery and FPmite Ca,
Jacksonville, Flra
CIVIL MOA.5
eBoLa Weoodwa I JIaemI vll F

O a Brak J. A, Ja.knelle, Fl
tatafu dotin Os, Jnc f Fk
COfULJAn olJB

nab 0 l am3160
M A. Ba er, Brunswick, Ga.
COOPIRAGL
Jborida Cooperage u.Taekaonville, Fla.
D-UG&
Wm. D. Jones, Jaceksoville, Fla.
DRUGS-WMrOLSALU.
Tamps Da O 6. fkV 16
Southern IroW XF& 0k4 Jadmwin, Fla.
eroover-Stew arts Drg OC, Jasckevir,
f1k.
DRY GOODS-WHOLWSAL .
Covington Co. The. Jacksmills, Fla.
ELECTRIC LIGHT AND POWER
PLANTS.
Karl Fries, Brunswick, Ga.

Merrinll-Stevens Jackmonville, fi.
Shofelds Sons On., J. S., Maeon, on.
Lombard Iron Wrkanrt Bupply COL, Au-
egman Ga.
Karl Fria, Brunswick, Ga.
ruui.aa elS.
Knight Crockery and Furniture Co.,
Jacksonville, Rl.

Dour & C., Wi. A., Jamsnvie, 1l.
FOuMDaIlaAm.
81hofiee Sonem CO., J. 8., Mamln, Ga.
Lombard Iron Works & Supply C., An-

GA&
Jacksonville, Gas Co., Jacksonville, Fa.
MTS' Jmr----iU *
Stadur dei C Jtkhmsills 1k.
mrog & Bro. J. A., Jadnanm Z Fk.
Standard Gethfrg CO0 Jacksnvfille, Fl.

Wiliams CO, J. P., Savanmah. Ca.
Young Co, Job R, Savanmh. OG.
HAMDWARL
DBod & Bours Co. The, Jacrasenilhl, Fk.
Brigg, W. H., Hardware C., VaIosta, Ge.


Wee & O.. JWI. A., kr Sn, l.
HAY AWD GAIM.


HAT&
Craig & Bre, J. A, Jaertmnrv. rL
Standard Clothing C Jah omenrs, la.

Aream The, Jacksom eri. Fil.
Zahm's European Hotel, Jacksonville, Flk
Elm W1m1=
Merrill-Steves Co., Jackanvfle, Fln.
Schoeld's Bo Co., J. I., MBasc, Ga.
IBSURAJCIL
Florid Life lnanmse o., Jkmrrl6,
ak.

R. J. Riles CO JacLad e, lb.
Greenleaf & Crosby Ok, JcI a il, l.
Bees Slager, Jabksonvl. 1M.
LUMBR.
Est Coast Lumber O., Watrtow
Florida.
209011.
R. M. BRoe Co, Jakmonville, Fl.
Bam a O, Chma, Jaksnalk, Fn.
Altmayer & Flata Liqmr Ca., Mas r. Ga.
Joseph Zpf & Jachdmeavr fa.

Spencer MedicL C. Cak t sea1 e TWm
MAC11n WO1K=.
schosele's So Co., J. s., Masme, &o.
Lombard Iron Worka. AungeM, e.
MATKRIULS IOR lUPlrr w PO-



MIAL SUWP nL
imma Bsrea. Ce., jaerena as-wa-

Baker, K A., Bronswlek, Ga., and Pftm.-
cos, Fla
MILL SUPPIUEL
Sehoeld', Soes Co., J. 1., M3em, Ga.
Tamps Hardware Co., TUmp, FM.
Weed & Co., J. D, Savannah, Ga.
Malsby Machinery Co., Jakouv2fle, Fla.
rigs Hardware Co, Va dsta, O
Lombard Iron Works & Supply o., Au-
gusta, Ga.
MOnUMWTS&,
Tampa Monumenta Wrks, T.Tm lk.
MOTIVE POWER.
Bennett Bros. Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
IgLL8 AND 2O1mn
W. A. Cook, Tampa. Fla.
HAVAL 8LTREK
American Naval Stores, Ca., Hnm One,
Savanah, Ga.
Penisular Naval Sto rA O, Tampa, la.
Barnes & Jessup Co., Jaeksnavills, Fl.
Comoldated Naval Stares C, JIkeL
vie Fla.
Union Naval Stor Co., Moble, Ala.
Wet-Flyn-Harri Co., Jackanivl, Fa.
Willau C., J. P., 8aram, Ga.
Young Coa John I, Savanm,
SeAthern States Naval Steres 0., asvan-
nab, Oa.
PAINTS,
Bond & Dourm C., JaskMe Blle, 1.
PHfOPHAT2 SUPP~L.
Tamps Hardware Co., Tanmp, f.
PHOSPHATE MACHmERY.
Lomlbrd Iron Works & Supply C., Au-
gusta, Ga.
PUPS.
Merril-8teve Co., JacksonviDe, Fl.
Schoeui's Sm Ok, J. ., Masen, Ga.
wDAw anD1flA
Atlanti Coast Ine.
URAL X8TA21L
Brobston & CO, Jadcmnrrile, pi.
8AWMI LS.

gusta, Ga.


I


sama
Boar & cO. wen. A., J1c1m% 1L.
SHIP TAIMS
ausmher Tumber 0%, J .J mer
Mearrll-te O JIaaL 1k.

Cov-igo COa The, Ja~ s 1amR I1.


Clyde H S-Ip CA. Tkhe New TYk Csy.

SeheshAls Se Os, .. IMaNa, Ga.

at YzMisms 3 ATSL aTt
Preto Millelr O, ret y, IL
Atlantie Ooopeage O., JacksOmvlN, ta.
TURPEmiM 822.A
Baker, A., 1mwe1k, a.", 1~a1-
6o1% Flk.

c an reses .CTa., JOO
TURLESTEE TOMA
Couenil TMed C.t Jakonl, 1l.




R. J. Riles Co, JaMolrs, Fl.
YELLOW mm LUMML
Cummer Lamber CO., 1JacheA1e, l.
ast Coast I mber Con. WatCraL n l



WHISKIES

GINS AND RUMS


$1.50to$5.00 per Gallon
......AGENCY Ba......

Pure Rye WMhhnaS
Controllers Blum's Monogram ad Sylvan
Rye.-Agets for Jumpsag andsumb al
Pabet Milwaukee Beer. Prie en ap.
pliention.

CHAS. BLUM A CO.
31 us% 319 W MST mar stST
JACSOEHSVan MA.


WM. D. JONES




FAMILY DRUGGIST
107 f. BAY ST.




Cypress Tanks
er 1r0s01116es
DEST MAW


Preston Miller Co.

Dept. s Creaet City, La.


BUYER'S DIRECTORY


--------- ----------- ---


r


a .











THE WEEKLY INDUSTRIAL RECORD. 5


WHITE OAK SPIRITS BARRELS

Guaranteed to conform to specifications Savannah and Jacksonville Board of Trade.
Write t CImls Barrel Mft. Co. Clinebus, Ga., ar to HENRY ELSON, fierMa Mr., Jacks- Me. fla.


The boldness of the American Naval the price has been forced down to 52


Stores bOmpany in bidding the primary
market at Savannah down %ce a day until
turpentine is 12e a gallo 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 Govern-
ment's attention should be directed to the
conduct of this company, certain of whose
* offials have recently plead guilty to ille-
gal menopolizing of the market in this
pro eat.
The attitude of the Standard Oil Conm-
pany, who are the largest domeste dis-
tributors of turpentine in the world and
who are i a position to protect this mar-
ket againt demeraiation, is unpardon-
able, and leads to the convincing seluhs-
ion that they are i sympathy, if not in
aetual coDusion, with the Ameriean Na-
val Stores Company in the arbitrary and
illegal maslplation of this arkt.
T e sole purpose of the depressio of
the price of spirits of turpentine is to
entail loss on the few independent pro-
dacers and distributing companies who
have purehaed and are holding in tanks
probably 20,o barrels of twrpentie. The
interest of certain members of the Am-ri-
ean Naval Stores Company as producers
has probably prompted the advance in the
price of rsin to compensate in some de-
gree for the depression in the price of
turpentine. The amazing indifference of
the eoasumers to the fact that the Ameri-
can Naval Stores Company is taking over
a large part of the turpentine crop in tihe
neighborhood of e. a gallon to be .eliv-
ered to them either on contracts prev-
iously made at 58e and upwards, or here-
after at enormously advanced prices: Lhe
spectacle of a staple product like turpen-
tine being arbitrarily hammered to 50c.
and with equal difference advanced at
the pleasure of the monopoly, i a spec-
tale 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.


rem. a Ceorespenant.
A coecise and able view and explana-
tion of the conditions as they exist today
is given in the following communication
from an operator:
A Pia for Help.
Editor Record: Knowing the Record
to be ever ready to assist the people in
any struggle against oppression, we re-
quest that you aid in a fight for relief
from a trust that is crushing the life out
o fone of Georgia's largest dilstries and
auming the less of million of dollars to
the naval stores operators of South Geor-
gi*
Although the cost of producing turpen-
tine has increased four-fold during the
past ten or fifteen years, and is eosting
more this season than ever before, the
trust has coantied to force the price
down until it has gone below the eost of
production. In February and March tr-
pentie was selling for 74 to 75 events per
gallo. Now, with the shortet rop that
has been had in ten years and the demand
for turpentine greater than ever before,


per gallon. If sold at this price i
cause a lose to the producer of about
per cask. This would mean a I
millions of dollars to the pine belt.
To illustrate how the matter stand
as to cost of production, ten or t
years ago the timber was 100 per
.better than it is now, and of course
to work. Turpentine was selling th
28 cents per gallon. Timber then o
finest kind cost only I20 to $26 per t
and boxes. The best timber now
$100 and more per thousand boxes.
and horses cost two to three times
now than at that time. Labor cost
aetly twice as much now as then. S
cost only 4.50 to $5 per thousand
but now cost $12.5 to $15 per thb
Hoops, glue, bottling, etc., cost three
more now and spirit casks cost d
This is the same throughout all th
of production.
It can readily be seen that the a
production is about three times as
now, while the price of spirits i


doubled
It seems that the naval stores produ-
cers need a leader b arousq them to ac-
tion. Once aroused and organized they
can whip the fight in ninety days. It
will be recalled that Judge Speer put a
small fine upon a few of the leaders in
this trust about the first of the year, and
exacted a promise from them that they
would cease operations, but evidently they
did not have much regard for their prom-
ises.
We feel sure that if The Record will
take hold of this matter in its usual vig-
orous manner that it will arouse the ope-
rators to action. Such a fight could but
end in success, and your great paper would
again have been the cause of a great ben-
efit to the entire State and to the naval
stores men especially.
Help us out, and every turpentine ope-
rator in Georgia and the South will ever
remember your great service.
W. B MAITTHEWS & CO.,
Box Springs, a., September 13, 1907.


JOSEPH ZAPF


CO


Wbolsaa Desalsm to sad BDers et


AN HUSER-BUSCH

St. Louis Lager Beer


Wirmaoo


ctents----------
t will e
$12 MERRILL-STEVENS CO.
s of 0


wev Boilermaking and Reparing'
cent *
Stil Boilers and Pump.
easier 0 d .
Sfor SHIP BUILDING end REPAIRING.
of the *
thous- J JJcmonvlle. Fla.
Mulests *** *** s***ge ICIf-e *-***'******** --
Mules


more
ts ex-
Itaves
then,
sand.
times
double.
e list

Dst of
great
s not


ATLANTIC COAST LINE R.. I.


FLORAA DAY"


-at the-


Janestown 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 *


PIFANK C. BOYLSTON,


District Passenger Agent -


JAcks90vile, FWIed..


I Consult Your Best


Interests!


of Yod ie I"u WIN buy lbs fauhu11s1 =am
TUP(TUUE AXE. ket lt nur dedr Pr
miafe y"s that. Same eter axe b Oit as

koftM isu tot sImercEs ftm of iftlftwv
The MrXIW k ever belt mSbuffted, bt I-
or equalded BUY TME BEST-BUY XIV.41


W. H. Briggs Hardware Ct

S oe Sthkem Agrts

VALDOSTA. GEORGIA
(*J JwLc J i^ i a& & ei %%^ .........m


Writ for Prices











6 THE WEEKLY INDUSTRIAL RECORD.


This Easy Chipper Saves time and Money.

Chip escapes easier on account of hollow back. WIT
Cuts a shade streak easier as hollow back allows hack to
to be closed more FOR
Gium flows easier as there is less steel to drag over the P
fresh cut.


Operator's Tool Company, Green Cove Springs Fla.

-w -


wu OF STOCKOrLDrR METna -
wI OF JAC0MMVImE DVNW-
I'O-M T COMPANY.
Netie is hereby given that a special
meeting of the stockholders of the Jack-
smavU DnveWup t Compy b called
by erdes of the president and In aeord-
are with a resolution of the board of di-
retaM of the company, to be held at the
es of the company, Jacksonrlle,
Floria, at 11 o'clock a. m. on Monday, the
7th day of October, 197.
At said meting there will be present-
e for the action of the stockholders a
Npreeitiom to immrea the capital stock
f the company from S,OSSA to $5o,-

J. A. HOLLOMON, Secretary.
Sept 7th, 190.

scza Or mtOCuROLwDES' MEET-
S r orrr ]gmi K.
Note is hereby given that a special
mineti of the stockholders of the JaEk-
mville DPIeW qnrt Company is called
by older of he president and in accord-
ame with a resolution of the board of di-
nsete of the company, to be held at the
edes of the company, Jacksonville, Fla.,
at 1 o'elock moo, on Monday, the 7th
day of October, 19I7.
At saii meetg there will be presented
a presapition for the action of the stock-
-aMers to amend article No. 3 of the
abr of the eompay, so as to allow
teck subcripti4os to be payable in prop-
rty aS well as i cash.
J. A. HOIJOMON, Seeretary.
miot. 7, 107.
Nor= O r CORIIA21O.
Netm i hbeeby given that the uder-
sge will apply to the Honorable Napo-
an B. Browad, governor of the state
o IFterM, o the 9th day of October A.
Dl, 197, for Letters Patent, incorporating
Sthe uniersgned and their aociates under
the name of The P. W. Ketterer Medicine
o spany, under the following proposed
Artidte of Inserporation:
F. C. GROOVER,
M. W. STEWART,
H. 8. STEWART,
F. W. KirK
W. P. SMITH.


lOIOBD CHATOF
OF


.-J rF. W. aaft R MEDIaCI
g COMPANY.

ige incorporators hereby
themselves together for the per-
S t forming a corporation under the
j e the state of Florida, and adopt
: Articles of I .niatL-..:
~i L
A of this corporation shall he
-4


THE F. W. KU'rf~ K MEDICINE
COMPANY, and its business shall be con-
dueted 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, Dnuval
county, State of Florida.
IL
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 com-
mission merchants, at wholesale or re-
tail, all kinds of medicines, drugs, chemi-
cals, 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, j
and to conduct all kinds of manufacturing
and mercantile business; and to act as
broker, factor or agent, in the purchase,
sale, lease, ent and disposition of
real property and the products thereof,
and to own, operate, hire, rmt, lease,
build, maintain and use warehouses and
factories, office buildings and stores, and
any and al other kinds of buildings d 4
.machinery dvntageosly for the con-
duet of its business; ad to buy, sell,
manage, own, motrol and hire horses and
vehicles for the puupos of transporting
the property or products owned, held or
controlled or manufactured by said cor-
poration; to advance and lo money up-
on the security of real estate, bonds,
mortgage, insurance pocees, shares 6
stock or omercial paper; to sell, mort-
gage, sublet, pledge, hire, lease or con-
vey the property of the sid corporation,
o the whole or any part thereof, at the
discretion of the Boa of Directors; and
to borrow money, issue bads, notes or
other obligations, and to secure the same
by mortgages, deeds, pledges, or any oth-
er kind of instrument; and to make eon
tracts of any kind whatsoever for the
furtherance of its purposes or business;
and to subscribe, for purchase, receive,
own, ho for investment or otherwise,
sell, dispose of and make advances or
loans upon the stocks, shares, bonds, qecur-
ities or other obligation of other orpo-
rations whatsoever, whether located or
origiated, engaged in or pursuing any
one or more of the kinds of business, pur-
poses, objects or industries indicated here-
in, or owning or holding any property of
any kind mentioaed herein, or of any
corporation holding or .owning the stoke
or any obligations of any sh cerpma-
tion, and while the owner of any sueh
stocks, bonds, or other obligations, or
holdings the same as collatel,r in


OUGHT SAW MILLS





Saws and SUilJ"s,

Steam and Gasolin

Engines


Try


LOMBARD
AtJGUSTA, GA.


nSsphate Maslmny
Castihu id Drym


P E: C A N S.'





cmmy of cae

Cccrtr or o.


$.petrtlb as 2a*.

TW WE I WRTJV W TOY
The IRW to ~I a pom ews
Wll be the I&M to ra a

rer nfo i n I ap ft


TIE ~ flff I ,


-- - - --- . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

Craig Bros Co.
239 W. Say Skret EVERETT BLOC.

Leaders in Men's ad Bars' Fine Cloth-
ing and Up-to-Date Fuorishiags.

SAgents for Dunlap and Stetson Hate; largest stock m t City.


------ ----- --- I I


w. w. Cams, Pre@. C. .t eW. chums, Hsae eo.f


Tampa Hardware C6o.

Wholesale

Hardware

0 Turpentine, Mill and Phomphate Suppe.


TAMPA. FLORIDA.
t- - - 119 -0- 6 in n


MUTARy si-..


mom poNwo


L 0 a


Em..a...m 11ITIer tIsm.u

ROLAND WOODWARD.
CONSULTING AND CIVIL ENGINEER.
eema 6 E TIa UI. DodfkU a" r"A


"YU'YYU"""""Y^"""'Y""""""


N









THE WEEKLY INDUSTRIAL RECORD. 7.



Southern Drug Mfg. Company
WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS AND MANUFACTURERS OF
Flavoring Extracts, Packed Drug B. B. Bing. Vinegar and Pyne's Popular eItadisem
We haidile eves tl in the Drug and Medicne line. Wrte for price. JACISONVILLE. FLA.


trt or othrwe, to exercise all of the
rightL, powers ad privilege of owner-
shi these and to eerse all and any
voting poers thereof; to sense, buy Mad
eB patents, trade marks ad copyrights;
ad to make sch by-laws in furtherame
here a may be secmary or convenient
to the purposes of the buqiess of this
earpoati, and to have, exreise and ea-
joy al the rights, power an privileges
iaMeat to ....Xator. for prot, organ-
ead, charted sau eating under and by
virtue of the aws of the tate of Florida.
In.
The amant of the capital .tok of
thin earpoatio n be Twenty-five
Thosada Dollars (SMutM), to be di-
vied Into Two hundred and NIfty (no)
ares of the par value of One Hndrd
DeIoa eac AN or any part of the
capta At of the maid crporamtim may
be payable in or ised or ued for eas
or far the pehes of property. labor or
cryls, at a jut valatio tieof to
be aed by the Board of Director at a
meeting to be called for that purple.
IV.
The term for which sai corporation
hall ext shall be ninety-mine (99)
year.
V.
The b ness of the corporation shall be
comeedted by the following officers: A
Preidet, a Viee-Preidet and a Secre-
tary and Treasirer, ad a board of not
less than three nor more than thirteen
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,
aad they shall be elected annually by the
stockholders. The above named office
hall be eleefd by the Board of Directon
from among their own number, excep
that the Secretary and Treasurer need nol
be a member of the Board of Directors
The Board of Directors may appoint sub
ordinate ofieers of this corporation, hay
lag seah powers, duties ind terms of offi
as they d bat. The annual eetin
of the stockholders shall be held on thi
Third Tusday in October in each year
but the date thereof may be changed b]
the by-laws.
The by-laws ea only be adopted o
amended by a majority of the outstead
lag stoek, voting in pas or by proxy
The first aual meeting of the stoek
) hoes shall be held o Tuesday, Octo
bar I5th, 107, for the purpose of elect
big oicners, adopting by-law., end com
pleting the organiuati of this corporal
tion. Until the officer elected at th
rst election shall be qualified, the busi
mess of this corporation shall be eoa
duted by the foow~ officers: F. (
OroaG c, PreeMeat; kM W. Stewart, Viem
President; L Stewart, Seretary an
Tramurer; and F. C. Groover, M.
Ste ta H. Stewart, F. W. Kettere
arm"F. P. Smith, Directors
VL
The highest amovt of indebtedness
liability to which this corporation sha
at any time subject itself sha be Fift
Thomnd Dllar (0910,00.)


VI.L
The names and residences of tie., sb-
seribing incorporators of said corporation,
together with the amount of capital stock
subscribed for by each, are as folluos:
F. C. Groover, Jacksonville, Fla., 30


shares, 3j000.00
H. E. Stewart,
shares, $3,000.00.
M. W. Stewart,
shares, $3,000.00
F. W. Ketterer,
share, aPae00.


Jacksonville, Fla, 30

Jacksonville, Ph, 30

Jacksonville, Fla., 50


W. P. Smith, Jacksonville, Fl., I share,
$100.00.

State of Florida, County of Duval.
Before me, a Notary Public in and for
the said County ad State, this day per-
sonally appeared F. C. Groover, M. W.
Stewart, H. E. Stewart, F. W. Ketterer
aad W. P. Smith, personally known to me
to be the persons described in and 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
of the purposes therein mentioned.
In witness whereof I have hereunto set
my hand and affixed my official seal this
the Oth day of September, A. D. 1907.
W. C. LE GH,
Notary Publie State of Florida.
My commission expires Dee. 19, 190.
(Seal.)

NOTICE OF MASTKIL S SALE.


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 Dural
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-
sonville, on the 7th day of October, A. D.
1907, the same being the first Monday in
said month and a legal sales day, within
the legal hours of sale, to the highest
and best bidder, for cash, the following
desied property, to-wit:
Lying aad being in the county of Daval
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 cler of the
county of Duval, Florida, in Plat Book 2
at page 37; or so much thereof as may
be sumfiient to satisfy said decree and


W. L. WILSON,
Prs. d Tress.


JNG. C. MAAtIS.
Vkte Pr11


. F. S OcWM, 6


Florida Cooperage Company
(incmarodl) Capl Uoeek Oa
MAbnrrACTraas Q0

Turpentine, Cotton Seed Oi, Dip

and Syrup Barrels.
SOffice am fatory Eterprwe e am Est Strsl,
Telephone 1855 Jacksoenlle, Fla.


M. A. BAKER, MAREaCTUWR "
BAKER IMPROVED SEAMLESS TUIPENTIE SINAS.
















Wrias me erlree F 0. .nyain-Iatl elseLtW o hdt.
SsII sls a d snder a. rant"e.
JOB WORK TOJG T M COUVT .LY PrtO4PTLYAT IKIU3aMR1
The Largest ad Oldest Copper Works i the South.
My specialty Is large worSm ad heavy bottoms tt doe et lh
BRUNSWICA, GA. aned PENSACOLA, FLA.


DIAMONDS AND WATCHES


We Aftwy asa a can. we can alw yea, a cerrict a .epy
ang111 pric my winner Bn pore Sol.se pubW.
DIAMONDS. It Iser desbe to r cifda bef atu
ainnd deas it o achsnevi. dad Or cy 16A re
coctigess and high so Wk Wnhm and 9I4f Watefe.


'HESS A SLAGER S W.dms f b


all costs. U I IIIllIItII l l aIIill t11 111111111111 vI i too siug g
LUCIEN H. BOGGS W Pr tl J. Qa ll t V .
Special Master. T. A. J.nim a30 VlwPi-k J .a. rrr nT.3r. ~W Il5s 5
L L. KATON, Scrta--. HE F. aca ,
OWEN & ROYAL1, .

Sb,, -.,, J. P. WILLIAMS COMPANY.


HurS ERoEAl HOTEL o 111M NEI W i
ILi iA I ,,mEu .,C< PlX. ...li .-ti
R Om E*, s e to S uon Per Ight. WI at I
A e. Is E. Bay S.eet. i Naval Staores PfiMC are fWvfted to Cor'eaWSf r 00
JACir01N I FLA. IX MII II III III 1111111111-:1111111a a ag l t o t l


/
'I

I


a


i


_90211M









8 THE WEEKLY INDUSTRIAL RECORD. _


04DUSTRIAL RJECOR.D
JA3A.1 U1OLONCOLUE r
AU. ILNARUE Rawkwasse ret
Plabboheh Even BOAMdahv.
S ...J34 W -U


*TtP b. mad Il-a Pmi-ssss.
--.- ... a"he O- 8

e lr l lM&RArfl I-lSn C impalmy

mmeb, ml.a G MeL

mews a the Ptome at Jasckanvin. Fla..
assmeem-eladmmtger
Adptei by the l~ecntie CainMmte
an The rtin Optera Aopre rta
Bit- mIr 1, 1i, a i- tU 1udie ns
OW. Adopted m mm*tn liii
September 11 a the orgn also the gam
seal am eiatieu
Adapto April th, 1 a the oeai
.- of thetastate ae Greenr' As
w i ml A u1te embepMr 1, 9wo1,
the emly OL or of the T. 0. A.
Cam...h. to lumber people by speci
martlon adopted by the Geaoria awil

THU 1COOm OmCK
The UIh plant sat the main
des l the Beeord O mlpm
ar lated t the tersection ofr Boay
heim frbeek, JeMca ill, ra, & t0

Te fmm, Gc., ese i a the Bom
of TM&d BW mdt& sTumb is tho IbM









Whe the M-a l stores operator ku
d tzbdl 2e0 0101 8 net





-mdes to Shottler e not only smurrema






Ms oeaketbook, but a little, at least, of hi
Te Pat a- Dn r t e rte
the Amecri Naval 8toi s Cobnpam y
The Ir trial Record s gog to ke a

















et away agat the A mercam N
al an nmittumm niw be mae Ur










And what i thepany foper some toe

tiout t t that Boston and B









mr gnag of robbers off their list. Tb
awmill Aseociation ought to proft bt
whet the naval store es operator an
ruLsdrs*to Shotter he not only surreade
hi poeletbook, but a little, at least, of hi
M respect.

The 01, Paint and Drug Reporter he
the American Naval Stmors Company'






ferti at this time. rig

The Imndtrial Record wants ing to ee







majiy commumneations from operator
um dias weha i from t he p N
val Stores Company for sowe time I







er in Georgia and which we pAubso
ti t t t tht ton d Bweek.
are ng of robba off their list. T1
Dawmill Association ought to profit
what the navl store operators are an
faing at this time.

The Induatrial Record wants a ga
many communications from operate
much as we have received from the pr
dcewr In Georgia and which we pubish
this week.


Southern Lumbermen Handed a

Lemon by New York and

Baltimore.


With a decidedly poorer opinion of the The vote of the Board of Trade was
* business methods and tactics employed by thereupon not allowed in further delib-
the lumbermen of the North and East, erations.
several of the Savannahians who attended It is said that Mr. William B. Stillwell,
the conference at Philadelphia, under the speaking for the lumbermen of Savannah
auspices of the Philadelphia Lumber Ex- and for the Board of Trade, characterized
* change, to consider the advisability of this action as an outrage. The result was
. changing the rules governing the inspee- that the lumbermen fro mthe Southeastern
Stion of coarse grained pine lumber, return- section withdrew and refused further to
i. ed home to Savannah yesterday, says the affiliate with those from New York and
Savannah Press. Baltimore, who were responsible for tr.
l One of the gentlemen who attended the discourtesy.
Sconfbrence as a delegate of the Savannah It is alleged that the ehairmal who pre-
Board of. Trade, by special request of sided was not at all impartial, as be should
l Chairman A. J. Cadwallader, stated that have been; that he made ruling against
Sthe Southern men were given the short end the Southern lumbermen at every oppor-
of every question which came up for con- tunity.
sideration. The lumbermen from New Could Nt Agree.
.- York and Baltimore, he said, were the Early in the session, before the vote
y chief offenders. Finally, after several un- of the Board of Trade of Savannah was
fair advantages had been taken, but which thrown out,'the question of changing the
Were overlooked by the Southern dele- rules governing coarse grained pine was
gates, a motion was made that short leaf given to a committee, consisting of three
d lumber be defned. This motion was made delegates from each of the seven organi-
l by one of the Baltimore delegates. Mr. nations represented. The committee sub-
William B. Stillwell, chairman of the Sa- sequently reported, however, that it could
vannah delegation, thereupon offered an reach no agreement, and was discharged.
. amendment to the motion, and it was It was finally decided to defer the mat-
Scarried by a close vote of four to three, ter until a later meeting, which was to
I the various associations voting as organi- have been held at Atlantic City. The Sa-
nmtions and not, as customary, as individ- vannah lumbermen, however, decided nman-
e uals. imously not to attend this conference, and
, Savamnah Fraes Out. consequently do not know of what action
t Immediately one of the lumbermen was been taken.
on his feet and offered a motion that the The Southern lumbermen, however, are
vote of the Savannah Board of Trade be very outspoken in their praise of the
thrown out on the grounds that the organi- Philadelphians, who acted as hosts. They
o nation was not allied with the other lum- state that they were royally entertained
her associations when the rules now in at dube and hotels; were given several
force were promulgated in 1U The ques- automobile rides, and all apparently re-
r- tion was put to a vote and resulted in the gretted the discourtesies practiced by the
a motion being sustained. Baltimore and New York Assoeiation.
is


Is






I-

i-

I-

me



ra


SSavanmh is fighting for the control of
e naval stores situation. In doing so
Sis fighting the very elemtn which has
C a great deal to do with her growth.

.7r CAIP SA"S THAT 11 HAS
OEDLRS AMIAD.
the visitors to Jacksonville this
Dr. B. F. Camp, the prominent
of lumber at White Springs.
-g the situation in reference to
" .' -Camp mid:
t ka",o 0C


"'he situation is somewhat 'better than
it was some time ago. But there is no
great improvement yet. We have not
shut down and have orders for sixty and
ninety days which will have to be filed.
We are manufacturing the finished product
to a great extent and deal with a firm at
Birmingham, which handles the business
for us in several States."
Dr. Camp has one of the largest mills
in this part of the State.

FALL SEASON SEES wSINSS
IW FLORIDA PROSPEROUS

As fall approaches the wholesale deal-
ers of Jacksonville are making an effort
to sie up the business and financial sit-
uation. It is the general opinion that the
money market is tight and that this may
effect the trade in this state and in
Georgia this fall.
But on the other hand all of them state
that business is comparatively good and
that the good prices which are being paid
for cotton, they good prospects ahead for
the orange crop and other things indicate
that this state is to continue on the road
to prosperity.
Retailers in the small centers of Flor-
ida are buying more goods this year than
they did last, and the sale of such goods
as furniture, hardware and building ma-
terials is better than it has been for sev-
eral years. This speaks well for the bus-
iness and industrial conditions of the
state. It indicates that there is to be


business in Florida this winter sad fall.
The wholesalers of Jacksonville are
making their usual hard drives for trade
and are buying stocks which will meet
all the demands of the trade.


NAVAL STORS OPERATORS
NOW GROWIG TOBACCO.
Some of the most prominent naval
stores operators and factors ar growing
tobacco now at Quincy, where they are
reaping a harvest of silver doar.
Among them are Mr. P. L. Southerlad,
the Covingtons, Taylors aad others who
have made the naval stores industry a
success in this state. Recently Mr.
Southerland made the statement that the
value of the tobacco grown about Quincy
this year would approximate $7,0f0,00
That sounds pretty good even to a retired
naval stores operator.
Quincy is growing and it is the retired
naval stores men who are pushing Quincy
to the front.

LEGAL NOTICE
Notice of Application for Tax Deed.
Given in accordance with Seetions 574
and 575 of the General Statutes of the
State of Florida.
Notice is hereby given that Charles A.
Brown, Jr., purchaser of tax certiicates
No. 2011, dated 1st day of September, A.
D. 1800, and No. 2797, dated the 4th day
of April, A. D. 182, has filed said er-
tificates in my office and has made appli-


ISE ISEMTS KI M MAT

Ouw Clotdung

CAt

FABs



Now

Lee"




SWON

Na."
SamE


THE STUART- ITan Co.
34 WMT MY ST. JMIISSWILEM, flA.


Have yoa such a tresase to bed down
to yer hair It as, nw is time to
start gathering it. If yes me se M l,
seaM down sa lt s sho w yea mo fin
in that RE tbht in W RO3 KAVBO
NOW at which will he W tream
by yea m as d40l
L J. RIuL OOMPAT,






Jmsbumvfls, *mj


cation for tax deed to issue in amoore
with law.
Said certificates embrace the following
described property, situate in the county
of Duval and State of Florid to-wit:
The northeast quarter (NB%) do the
northwest quarter (NW%,) and the south
half (8%) of the suthwet quarter
(SW4) of Section .Thirty-two (3),
Township 3 mouth, Range Twety-six (
hast; the sai d ad bei semed at ta
dates of the issue of said cortias
in the n-me of "Ul "ow."
Unless said certifiates shall he edeem-
ed aeeording to law, tax dee will inse
thereon on the 23d day of October, A. D.
19W.
Witness my official signatre an seal
this 20th day of September, A. I. Id.
P. D .OASIDWY,
Clerk Circuit Court Daval Cunty, Flor-
ida.
(SeaL)
9-2-07--fit


The Wealth of the

Old Familie.
Often diamppem, evaprat, ms l ia
now gemratio wasl left b me or twa
thW of real val. A mg -- Am v .
sble (In oses out of a hude) v
a heat of old eIrer, the m~ t in ma
beautiful heirlom that the young gm-


r"Tol MMVT
TOW CLOTOMl~n









THE WEEKLY INDUSTRIAL RECORD.


WANTED

SNO


FOR SALE

Rats for tls aom ins Is per we rd
forw ame 1 -re. a. 1 e. per word ror
-ows h.rta.. No mN.ma....
token for less tha 0 e for e, an d
It -ent for allowing iertimn. On
muo acmempany orders unless you -ave
am seeoum win au

WA-NToD-astio ea trpentine panes
where I em Ln two positions, meaning
book-keeping, eommisary and riding
wood. The very best of references. Good
salary exp. d. A mres P.. Box 474,

A G00D00 twood pk e for sala.
nough rond timber to cut 10 crops
baoes, 3 crops yearling boxes, 4 erops 3rd
year boes, 7 ro pulling boxes, plenty
more timber near by can be leaed, 35
cent tight rate from still; 6 head mules,
4 horses, I four-horse wagon, 1 Jersey
wagon, 1 buggy, 1 25 still and fixtures.
Location a rd everything for ($15,00)
iftees thound dollar. Address, Z. 0.
Hllead & Oa, Omega, Fla. 9-7-4t.

1O1TmN ed as turpetine stiller
.r emissary keep. rCa give good ref-
ermess. Please state salary when answer-
g. Address T. Sowe, Howell, Ga.
9-14-It


WaR BAL-A desirable turpentine lo-
.nti.m, well heated ra ilroa, *ftees
elo of bza ; timber to eat about nine
mmoe r& Moderate pr. Schedule upon
pM lnsn. Address IR. Bays, Apalack-
ieolr, Fl.

Wa RA13 CM P-Torpeatim location,
1s em rvgir, yearing and d year
bon. 3,0 acm rend timber. Iot of
igh boxes ean be worked for protecting
from Are. eimestead being proved up in
abudance. S miles from Pensacola.
Water rate A baxpin to the man with
the mnym J. Mathis, Pesasola, ia

FOR aU- b atd OypreM lXas.
Owing to estomeae orange aad other inter-



e eat, remainder new being t td.
Will sell a a whole for 375,6, small
ayme w, reminder to be at as it
amn be at from the lead, or will sell
-l mi and eponas separately. Ad-
beas y lter only, Owaer A, 15 Main
VlW, a.


WANMID-AR esms.ss to dn up
thei oo f al l in& of s=a sds mid
Ib Inpa We buy .west In So VW
of end.Wri en. u Amsesim ISM ON
JadmoanvI11 111


FORTUNM IN FLORIDA-Trpentiae
and Sawmi Men. Your attetiao pIoe.
If ou a-e interested in the purchase of a
Turpentine location, Sawmill or Timber
Lands, either virgin or boed, I will be
pleased to mail you my list amld ehed-
ules, or go with you in the woods to make
peoal examination of wlat I a. All
properties direct from ow s. Tieb good
Reference, banker and beimne mr of
my town and county. CLa. F. Turner,
DeFunisk Springs, la. 8-4-4t.

A PARTNER WANTED-To manuafe-
tre a new turpentine hook; or a buyer
for patent or the same. A fortune in it.
T. A. McGregor, Halcyondale, G. 2t.

WANTED-Orugan either sex, oa
salary of $100 a month and esposes for
an up-to-date asoeiation, paying weekly
sick and accident beste and fu ing
free medical attendant to all its mmbr
Liberal contract will be made for produc-
ae of business. Amrican Sik & Amci-
dent Amociatin, Buffalo, N. Y.
6-2-14t


EMPLO4YEU WANTID-We awn a
large compact body of Log Leaf Yellow
Pine timber whih we daie 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 o
business Please write fuy as to your
experience with be a p a nd my
bow long you have followed this business
and give your references, saying when you
could come for the pies and what Is-
ry you w require. Do not anwer If
addicted to drink. Address, Lumberimn,
care of this paper.


FOR SALE-- mall turpetine place for
cash. Price 80000. Good backing. Ad-
dress Operator, ear Indstrial Record. tf
WA T D k--
WANTED High-class scheme goods
salemen that will command big pay, to
tell drug specialties among commisaies
principally. We dot want a cheap man.
Will pay either salary or iommisio.
Commissary Supply Compeay, Birming
ham, Ala. 6-22-tf

WANTED-Position by woodsman; 10
years' experience. Best of references
Apply at once. Smith, box 142, Kissim
mer, Fla.


ROUND TRIP RATXL
Via Atlantic Ceast Lim Raiway to the
Jamestewn apesita m.
$1440 Oach exursion to Norfolk, on sale
Tuesday and Fridays, limit ten
days, no stop-overs.
a03jS Fifteen-day tickets, good in slep-
ers. Stop-over allowed within
limit.
salo$ Sixty-day ticket. Good in sleepers
Stop-over allowed within imi
33.55 Season tickets. Good in sleep.
Stop-over allowed with limit of
December 1th.


W. a. BaDnRSO, Prea.
L CRATrr, Vice-Pies.


L. Bravea, SMa.mN. aS Tw- POs.
J.. SAYA=RS, Trsea
R. T. R=CAn, faty.


TAMPA DRUG CO.

Wholesale Manufacturing Druggists,

TAMPA, FLORIDA.

Fbll and complete aie of a.1 lhnds of brass, Cfhanmri-
and Patnt Mediccies.

SPECIAL ATTENTION 70 COMMISsARY TRADE.
PROMPT ATTENTION TO ALL ORDERS.


East Coast Lumber Co.


ROUGH AND DRRSi 4LmNG LOAF


Yellow Pine I -mber



Bundled Rosin Barrel Staves in Carload Lots
sama ShIgNmeuits a SpiJalty.


WATERITOWN, FLORIDA.





COMPARATIVE MARKET ruruk ib.
The price of spirits fuctuated this week between 61 and 8 eUas pr u-
lo both here and at Savanah. It in evident that those who are
the market will be able to hold it down to this low level for some timr d
are practically unchanged from last week.
SPIRITS OF TURPTII 10M 2 WVZ KB AND AT SAVAIAIL

J. Sa. JSa ay. 8& a. Ju a M W am
Saturday .... .... re ... 321 "... 313 M3 90 5,35S
Monday ..... .... 52% ... 321 ... 2 854 732 27,437
Tuesday .... 51% 52% 687 342 77 1284 461 3 27,1
Wednesday .. .... 52 ... 614 300 284 ,741 27,4
Thursday ...5 2 48 8 ... ... 266 In
Friday ....51 51 301 ,215 1 ,330 2365
NOWBI OM THE W U= M=R AND AT SAVANNA.l
Saturday. Wonder. Tussy. Wedidea y. Thraty. ld.
Jax. av. Jax. Hav. Jan. IHa. Jan.* av. Jas. Ha. JaL e.
WW .......6.10 6.154.10 6.266.10 6.054.05 6.065.00 9.65.95 5.9
WG .......5.95 6.006.00 5.95..95 5.905.90 5.905.85 5.M65.80 5. M
N .........5.80 5.905.80 5.865.80 5.755.75 5.75.5.70 5.7T5.56 5.6
M .........5.45 5.405.45 5.455.45 5.405.40 5.356.36 5.3565.25 5.5
K ......... 5.25 5.205.25 5.254.25 5.25".25 5.65.2 5.165.10 5.10
1 .......... 4.75 4.754.75 4.804.75 4.804.75 4.804.80 4.804.75 4.75
H .........4.65 4.704.65 4.604.00 4.004.55 4.0M4.0 4.64.0 4.0*
G .........4.60 4.e04.55 4.554.55 4.554.50 4.504.60 4.604.56 4.55
F .........4.55 4..54.50 4.5.4.45 4.504.45 4.564.W 4.54.10 4.
E .........4.35 4.354.35 4.254.30 4.254.30 4.254.27 4.304.26 4.5
D ......... 4.00 4.004.00 3.954.00 3.954.00 3.964.00 3.933.95 3.95
CBA ....... 3.86 3.9&3.86 .8 3.80.8 3. s. 8R 3.S.6 3.184. 8 3.85
REPORT OF OeaM 3OV ENT 1a m AMD AT AVAJMAIL
ahe. g e. ei h
Jn. v. Jan. ar. a a n. a. aw.
Saturday ................. 1,751 2,781 .... 1,451 8 3,22172,411 7,6T l
I Monday ................1,3 1,800 92 2,152 2?.2 1,8073,21 79,33
Tuesday ............ 3,101 3, 4,742 201,473 366,60
Wednesday ........... 102 2A,42,90 4o01,150 2,sr372,31 84,
Thursday ..... ... I 2,343 2 00N .... 1,19 7181 ....71,81 ..
Friday .................... W 211,5 9,77 750 3,7472,30 76A-


FLOR.IDA LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY.
CAPITAL STOCK l{ ACKoNVIrm FofA. }W rLean Ea-
ONE MILLION DOLLARS JACKS.NVIL~r., rLA. T Fdowmnwt Insurance.
THB WINKLY DMUSTRUL RIMRD


9







10 THE WEEKLYa INDUSTRIAL BRCORD.


Te GROOVER-STEWART m

1rWh.Drr 0.- DOmmrwo. 8m bso
w r ee masses, P'u. a -_-_-If. .A...k am -- seem
--r-


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 year money.


Four Full Quarts Rose's


* "Old Corn" or "Old Rye" or assorted $3.40, express
prpad. Write for complete Pice-List.

R. M. Rose Company,
16 iWesti rWsy Street, JACKSONVILIE, FLA.


"ASK Tn


momin wv- w
OLD SHRP WUA1101 911 0
R74L BUP* so= SLIM;ftur fe lano
A ea. 3- ItL
G030. J. CV011h39-*M, Penmp*W
Ry*; R ich Uuw. Nyr Me
SL.5: 9Mw faN aiq Sa^ amp -e
ANVIl. RYU-FmSubobol
wainy. D bt~~~: -
Whaol y r the 001WO 810k.~.I~
iut- UJm oup"m -mso
CLIFFORD NYU-By 10 G OMM IB
tour ranu quamt 3.5.k 0inp
OLD ,.m.j Qamx OOUU-Sbe=
nomad Warbsome; Sun mod oM. UO
xafls sRU: turn th e uti 01.0 a- ew
peow o u mca
and nefe., By the sl 3.MD low fhuL.
We hasila an %b sit broosw MY me 3gbo Wftt to a* mnowm
aod w~ill a.v. you. bum S to go per en on your peMa. *mue fur 39mt 111 i
entakugu.. M~Ale fro* upo applicain.
The Aitmayer 0 Iatau LUqtaur o. anq
MACON. GEOHROA.


THE ARAGON
JACE OU~Vlh
Under new L n~~sr i
wenaftted and Irepain
own electric light Pilt.
4. N. O'NLALU P0o6


IE REVENUE OFFICER." WILLIAM A. sOouM JAp

WILUAM A.BOURS& COM
ELECTRIC LIMHT AND POWEIt PLANTS
FOR MILLS AND FACTORIES. ue 513U( -I-U- r-m aU U m J nS F1.
REMINGTON OIL ENGINES a. Grain. ftl, mGrs'
OPERATm G ON MMSi Sees, Pem try Supplhs. Flemr.
KAIL FRIES - IRISW16K, 6A. Grt~e s m F rum .


W. W. ASH U Mr, M.~e. a. N aOsMANua Br.wick. Ga.
SW. IL OWn, imwerag, Ga. D. T. PURSK Sasaamm Goa
J. JJ. 0XmrIN. BVIs, Ga. B. 0. KIRKLAND. Nichols a.
0.. nMe1rosr. Savashk. Ga

i Sdithra States Naval Stares Co.
Savannah. Ga.
Factors and Commmission Merchants
aip to avannah Get Competitioan Highet Priees Promptest Returns
Cerreepoid Wh Us




JOS. ROSENHEIM SHOE CO.
AiUMVACTVrE AUD JOU1X OT

SHOES

SAVANNAH, GEORGIA
"kest Sses Mmat for Commolary TraWe."
8888888880 less 118881h 40:: h 8 h 8u 1 u 111uf sg g 111e see


~. mrY


OMR MOTTO: Pra pt Ssup t. Ran ge" t
206 EAST BAY T.. JACKSOUILIL .A.


L V. VMS, D, M. LnK IL L 111MINI
f ifid ~ Is I Iifif- f
V. & xmuz. & L *KELRAI


ILL'I

L *A VEST1 ESCEMM HAT I NIm' GT.A 5


f ~CnA, A" 1-111AMOM AU
Wh*lose Gromrs aW Datkn in H". CV.n and 1 bDy
WEST FLYN&HARRISIO
I SL GENEDN.o IC aI W ddal ELDO Jp~m 3




0 NAVA L STORE FIA CTO1RSV
IFLA. IEaANDs JVAUDIN I
blsvalea Grocr alsuo Dealers nHy Gin Havy
- - -
- - - -- -- - -


--II -







THE WEEKLY INDUY-1-T-iAL RECORD. U-~


Greenville, Florida,


Offers opprtuniies to the
Investor and Homeseeker


A town with a steady growth inspired by the thrift and energy of its home people, and insured against back-sets
by a diversity of industry unsurpassed by any town in the entire State of Florida.
Grenville is located in Madison County in the heart of the best farming section of Florida, and has three
lines of railroad furnishing quick transportation to all sections of the country.
There will be a sale of lots at Greenville on Tuesday and Wednesday, September 24th and 25th, with a grand
Free Barbecue. Come and see for yourself, and in the event you purchase one or more lots your railroad fare
will be paid, for a distance of two hundred miles or less.
Greenville will interest you, so meet us there on Tuesday and Wednesday, September 24th and 25th.
Lots will be sold on easy terms.


.Greenville Investment
For further particulars, address,


Company.
W. 1. PMLUP, MNiO, lrmMi, FHa.


ny


One Price


rFASNioNAMLZ CWLTHItS AND FU~rNIsnERs, .
37 nd 19 We*t sUee, - A.mLeUS, m c
sem awes 3A. Ipsed AtmeMem Oh to Mad OreN 6


TURPENTINE BARRL3. S


ATLANTIC COOPERAGE COMPANY
Manufacturers
Hand-Made Turpentine Barrs
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 Jacsonville, and solicit a share
of your patronage. Send us a trial order.


J. M mO. wmOTr. Min.eu


sma ._an_.-a U I"


J~a,_mnumy Fl3.


TAMPA MONUMENTAL WORKS,
DB ALUR IN
Monuments, Headstones, Iron Fencing and Italian Statuary
NO JOB TOO LARGE. NO JOB TOO SMALL.
MAIN ur a- lr 310 ZACH 8 1S I, TAMPA. FLA.
I _


NAVAL


STORES


PRINTING


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


COMMISSARY CHECKS
a1nd all Blanks, Forms, etc., atsed at Commissaries
Turpentine Plants, etc.

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

INDUSTRIAL RECORD COMPANY.
JACKSONVILLE, FLA.


Standard Clothing C

uref


------------ ----00000000 ---------- de-W-----


orlrga


THE WEEKLY INDUSTRIAL RECORD.


11


I









12 THE WEEKLY INDUSTRIAL RECORD.


HUTCHINSON SHOE COMPANY
VICTOR SHOES AND HATS
Wholesale JachmnviHe, F


FARE Cook i not-
ClA. AL CLK C0. I ../ why not
A....lmmw Ale.|w C -u OMMLE
MPhORO. JOaeMoS.viN.. MfE. *a S GAS CaMAT


Walter Muckdow, RUTCHINSON AUDIT CO.
1.~Amnar ial C ACCOUAXT, PUBL IC ACCOU~TATS AUATOmS.
27 Ph2n ea-. J3a1e 6.
sE200am"vaa WI.A.



e M metropolis

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

CARTER & RUSSELL PUB. CO.
JACKSOIwILLE, FLORIDA.

P.ga Motive Power 3

Of Amy KIM fr Asy PItrpse. Irrnaltml Outfits of Amy
Capacity Mfr Immedlate Slpmeat
Ptmps, WIn Mills, Steel Towers, Steel aad WWed Tasks,
Special MQachtery. 6nseWlle Eagfes a Specialty.
BENNETT BROS. CO., Jacksonville, Ptle

Ue w massad--iLs-------,, (nl^^issa.4^^k^a^-SS.


WE HAVE


a Large Tract

Nor TsMc a LTIMO I A SOLID ODY, CVmvmmxu TO
Ias.ANOAsTIOn, on WHICH Wa WILL aNTrTAmIj Orr8As f
ORa0aM Or IT W ar.A AMD uLri.ks mCu xCurLJuarA
OPEATORS, AND TO 8UCH WE WILL GRANT LONG TM PAYMET.
I YOU ar4 Is-.-Or-,-, wart US.


Brobston & Company


t REAL ESTATE
wast 8ban trer..
JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA
L;_ ,! m---m-.._; %m


4


Clyde Steamship C


On"


my


NEW YORK, CHARLESTON AND FLORlIDA IJES
T. mo--i- s so....u sI ths ame ware .app" i s eai as Meam, esa St.
.mhuro, K. C. bthwa^ .
omu s Now Y lkam
(W s oahm 24aw. ---*-
.. .............................. ALGOMqou ...Thwmay, sept. 6,atMIam
Monday, Sept. 2,SAes OS... AlAPAH ....... 8 ,day, Sept. S.at 1A
Wednesday, Sept. 4,at 3:pm.... .CO kAxCH .... Tuesday, Sept.l, 1atI ITbr
Friday, Sept. 6, t...*C1PPWA ..................................
Saturday, Sept. 7, at 3:pm...... .HUBN....... Thursday, Sept.lgata k
Mooay, Sept. ,at 3:Mpm.... 1ROQUHI .... saturday, ept. 14 at :
wedieday, Sept.lt 23:p .APAC ..... Monday, Sept l6ke mn
Friday, Sept. 13,at3: 4p....AIMONQUIN.... Tosday, St. n11,9at1 m
Saturday, Sept.14,at3.Spm.... ARAPABOM ...Thmurasy, Sep"L ,MTI*Mh
Tuesday, Sept. 17,at 3: p ....COMANC .... Sunday, ept. ,at mSlm
Wednesday, Sept. 8, at 3:p. ..... HUON ....... Monday, Sept. at
Friday, Sept.20,at3:pm.... ... IROQUs ....Thnrday, Sept. ,at
Monday, Sept. 2, 3:Mp ...... APACH ......Satrday, Sept.28, at 1e:.m
Tuesday, Sept.L4, at 3:p.. ...AIlONQIN... Sm ay, SeP. an t alam
Thursday, Sept. at 3:pm ....ARAPAHU .....Tueday, Oet l,atl 0al
Saturday, Sept. 28, at 3:pm ... COMAN .... Thursday, (Oat. 3, Hat l:Am
Monday, Sept. 30, at 3:00pm...... HURON...... Saturday, et. 5, at le:6km


*Friht only.


- -Ne' York dret


CLYDE NEW ENGLAND AND SOITlERN UINES.
Prslt service stwe. Jadea 3t. m =A ?reavm, a aROOM la h in
COUng at chanst- eh Way.
FYREHT OLTY.
rmn SatSMh nsm ht Caten. sM.
Lwis War, BonsT r- -- jamoL.
Saturday, Aug. 17,at3:00pm......ONONDAGA.................... ............
Saturday, Aug. 24, at 3:00pm .... CHIPPEWA.... Friday, Aug. 3, at 1: g-
D......................... ......NONDAGA... Thursday, Sept. 5, at 10:4m
Saturday, Sept. 31, at 3:00pm...... MOHICAN..... Friday, Sept. at 1J:6
CLYDE ST. JOHNS RIVER ULIN
isatwe Ja.m.sm =da soas.L
Stopping at Palatka, Astr, 8t. Fraks, BDersrl (DiLd), an imfmd
landings on St. John ijfvr.
STEAMER "CITY OF J<(ACI' M1IILi"
b appointed to sa as Mows: leave Jacksmrvie, Sundays, T~1day at Tb-
days, 3:30 p. m. Returning, leave Sanfmt Mondays, Wednesday and Friays, 9:1
a. m.

Bmddow ( ___
Laem *8:9np. L ............... J .... ............. i .i
lsmm 8:45 p.,,, .................... Phlamm Ih lth
Iaye : :Ma.m.................... A@rk ........ ............. L a opm.
:............................. B.t aeat (Dda.d ) .............. L I. .
Arl 8:3a.m.................... 8ml1 ................... aM 1a.m
Arie 10:00a .m.................. pe .................. V le:0 a
a9aNX A PmSS In AMD Tlrczr OFrCK, mI DAaT sT, JACKvTUaL.
F. M. I MMO G JR., A. 0. P. A., Jamav, as.
JOHN PENDREL, T. P. A, A. C. KaMeaT, .La P,. A.,
jademVb Fla. PI so a., New Yak.

L. D. JOs, T-. A., L' Sa Col C.A, *
Jladcosm, la. LM4g. Ha.
W. e mI,. c_ F r nr a F. aL,
no-i ALe36 w Toew I
.. oomS , t**, ., e a,
aswsls orc, an as, a ag aaenwe, wer me.








STHE WMEEKY INDUSTRIAL RECORD. 1s


E. NA. ASI. PretLnL. S. ISnOTTER,
SJ CC. MYERS. Vim e.Ppde.nt. Chlairan eoard of Uireceos.
. .. _. Sk . dlbL _


G. N. BOARDNAN. Trasurr.
C. J. DeLOACL Seereamry.


Naval


Stores


Company


[OF WEST VIROIIA]
Soes----s to P. Shttter Compay, Pttenrsm hewaid Compomy,
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: SAVANNA, GtORIA.
DRANCaHES


r rEsml
LOgacmMIi


sausmriCK
JACZ0WV.ILW


FRNA'nsmA
TAMPA
Fp WACf WA


m1E mSzaN
-OUOME


Y- -- - B -- -
m maa - --J-f-.--
ifmmmmg


Ye
IF YH
J. H.


s WMt a TMrpemote : LeoaMs?
. Wat a S.mM. LeMis-- ?


s MeNu bnlmes?

Livingston &
OCALA. FrLORJA.


Sons,


V





I


Brick and Building Material.
W a yMn 0Sd te0e, PrtlmU Cem t, Plswter Par, IHard Wall
Plater, tair rrZ Plawtel. hmfes, FAire Brisk or a Write to
GEO. R- FOSTER. Jr.. Jacksonville. Fla.

THE COMMERCIAL BANK
JACKSMN.LLE, FLa. InKmcbe Oca ad LJe Cy
SThe hadg Statesk in Jmkmanaile. I 1m1meta 11 u in "ld-
sa .ai efiey em..nervat -iv and s. ..bjeet to r.uimr xahatimm2e
by the Omup$vder.
arbdimdaul aad Savge Aelema olieited.
HL. NOsaSON, W. a OWIN. a. GAILLr ,
Prz.Mmt. VkreeRmlument %caira.
assassassassumssassesessassassmanasmasse -* ~----~~~~~r


W. J. L'NGLA.
ProgAgat.


J. W. WASb.
VieU-PreiMeab


A.C. HT e'H S
Aw't. See'y nid Trea


Union Naval Stores Co.


Maul, ALA.
NAVAL


PBNSACOLA, PLA. NW ORLEANS, L
STORES FACTORS.


.... UA.... A S = .........
Supplies for Turpentine Operators.
CM SrS at nSI qsa a Is mer d lmh lms ia Weat Vier-
Mam -La a-lvaumn db aph t isa eist

S lPrlacpal Office: MOBILE. ALABAMA.

MACHINERY
Portable and Stationary Enginei
and Boilers, Saw Mills, Wood-
working Machinery and Suppliek,
Complete line carried in stock.
Liberal Termb. Write for cata-
logue.
State Agents for the Olds Gas
and Gasoline Engines. -
Address all communications to


AMMSY MAMCNRY CO., 2 Oces Street, JacsTlle Ftlor
Ls" Dime..... ra..." 47.


Mc KOY PATENT

Turpentine Cup.

The beat and saplest eup
oa the markt. Detacable
Greater Capacity, eafer
dipped meo eualUy played
o Mwee, saetteer ad prne-
ticatly iadestraetble. WIr
not rust. For eataoW ad
price li write


SN cw Or leansm



Barnes & Jessup Company

JsckponvfBle Florida.

Naval Stores Factors and Comrmission
Merchants.

OR 1 u e-.S.
---V
C C. Barne. Preadet. J. AEwtag VlI.-Pr.sl..
S. B. Well, Secretary a s Tree urr.
DIMaCTOr.a C.: ID.a.e, J. A. Evwi. .L.&3.3.
J. L. SuL-derA IL. C. Long, W. K. Cmuamer, I. B. Welsa. S.
Jt.Tinla. G. W. Tiylr.


I


Turpentine Cups

Asisier opplfof siup is 8W
gesat that beadig prIs fm t
their -e.iA p.mw. y s. ... dd.
Mw 91... on
CUMs, OGtters ad a- Took


Chaltaiiooga Pottery

Comnay


Jackslmvle, FHIr


r


V- - -


MW TQR
LA A MAG
CHMltee


n acireniA


,








THE WEEKLY INDUSTRIAL RECORD.
..~...........


PLANTERS

"Old Time" Remedies
TIK JOY OF E HOUSEHOLD.


2m" h.a ws ..V a~e~ N.t. bm ca. a omn
ad CIhm a1he da .t toe bhld* hem ner at hand, a
atm h ee sa v as a fe, ra s iafe nd ,peedy rma ef wam:
hLr W4 u imne r wit thhee remaeles you emi keep tmhe
m et al rtyr yesrta, ead yet as a healthy, hm rfamy. 1L
Ye, r year taee any airmeet that may Wih them.
WNUIAN TZrA- IeM or- par the grast ami l m ndiim. 11
SU- eme a rmr ao flw arn KM..7 Oa"mp rat. Prm. (moI nd Maeurle
ker. Cass athe o-nmme aLhe eoUr ad; as a kLastiv tole it s without
a -i esa me. In thEq, it la extremely pahle- ve- ehildmre
B as AK it is BMAPr FaO uOI.
UM.-m ta i a wemmfi masimel. It will ma all the dimes eem t
vaene, and dned ma enuale Tehiawe. h win Hring yeunst h Is b. radii woaen,
vim aserm .e Nerg hbee s thoitht it wommaub let. It will ease for the
*r m amnme prepare the oq woman r the med
CUBAN L-aTir-ne silnt Pad Kilar, fsir iter meor heant elves
:=Ghaut ehdom, N.1o cami., c.arrbm, my aM @k -Yoae
r hIr| if is itmDllmm rmeedy &ad is rr to 0ilen ehr* b Ire
N3 UL-f3 ae mest a i Nae e. h Ua-ept1 for 6a06
Sor toers oh, and wr imanoutly riever the pal. Cre iheod Wats ad adtmeg
ad -ur nea amnd aore s, edhubi and iaes, -re a teander feeL
mvea es m. pea im, hue heik, - .)eistem md It 0e Pu wbre Ime I s s.
-Ar ebabr mem, aseo& sal and duemed hbler.
Wd u fer Pdae.
SPENCER MEDICINE CO., Chattanooga, Ten.



BEFORE MAKING YOUR PURCHASE!
-AMC TIe-

KNIGHT CROCKERY


FURNITURE COMPANY


a. wnarr, re. P. I. AOTMd1AN o.Vi -iRn. A. D O IWIm.N, aOsy
J. P. O0M0mais Trm ow l vp.

THE COUNCIL TOOL CO.,
Goral Ofe: JACKSOWN.I., LA.
eahty: WARBAMEB, N. C.


U- fI00t O TOWS


CuMrr LuBeoR


JACEUONUYlJt, NLA.
Ror~- flvOm~d LamnOO
LwW Lost relftw P7 .
002MD AM 'UIM


i J. S. Schofield's Sons Couipu




SNo i alpt ibr
*~~~~1 41 .P .1jEVEI



80at W ho n A P-'ror yl 6(
Into d ptcam. We-

GadeisTn rtl
o~cn, wo a agia un 1" O


0 3 01014ofua ..' D a T IOP
*004000S o a seeso l(,~ r
wu----- uouuupwu


-w Alima Im*-


IH. i. WiED.


W. D. Ki NSOl.


J. D. WEED I CO.,


Savannah, Georgia


Somethiz q


Special


On I-Inch Hoop Iron


DENNOSTOR:
M. C. Ndiy.
G. A. Poemv.
- U. ELewa.
A. C. Dwan.
L G. CreMia
IL W0in0
. IL Der


D. Q AZBRY. eii
. W. ULOUNT. 1 tVimh Fee
and Gowne Elmo
CARL NOUZE. 2id vbe Pio
G. A. MFTMWAY. d Vim P-G&
&. E. DURO. sec. mi TIm.
A Q 5&ACON. AWL 3ic. end Tim.


ILW. Now"
ILA. 6.e.
A. & ode.
3.6 LeNIN6.
W. T. S. OIme. -


PENINSULAR NAVAL STORES CO.
Commission Merchaat
and Wholeale Grocers
Jaocsonh e and Tfnpi, F oria.

Capital Stock. $1.000.000.
001 19w


J. W. 39806%


John R. Young Co,


Coininlsslwu
MerchantsL


Nval StUo ~acrs. Wolsal trmrs.o
av~aauAk@ BrunmswcIL Gf..
iii aut ummuu ~ -----r-uuguu : 7j~m~u~p


CMUTII


Ag~memdood


rem3C"k

















4
4
4
4
4
4

4




4

4


record


Co.


X


PRINTERS


PUBLISHER


A


Industrial F


Publishing


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 Consideai.


4

4
4


I
I.


..t.........-..---. .------.----. ----------- -......-------- . .. r2ttI ------


_~__ ~


------ -------


- '- -........................... -. . i---nit-lsstt8tttt809tt tt t69tttttf8togles




C'I


GR.EENLEAF Q& CROSBY CO.,41 West y S
Diamoads, WeddJ
Watches, and
Pine Anniv
Jewelry, scary 6
Clocks, Sterlin,
r+ 1" mm f2_J[.,',


Novelties,
Toilet
Articles.


Atten~to
to
Md kim^ .


er-r
itts,


Silverware,
"1847
Rogers"
Plated Ware


CPri
of Pim
(I-~e


At the Sign of the Big Clock, J
WRITE FOR CATALOGUE


wcksonville, Fla.


Half Tones--Zinc Etchings

Illstrating 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. Hlustrations for newspapers and all kinds of Commercial Work, Pamphets, Etc.
A auIi kfl~ a huIp Riiinl U _,IuIMI f I B al
In Writig or applying for Prices, Give the Most Expct Dn crip# f aet I
Wanted. Good Work and Prompt Delivie Promwe.


A Florida Enterprise.


Try It.


A


'p


4I~


-------------------------- -------------------------- ------ --------------------~---- --------