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STANDARD VIEW MARC VIEW
Th Ib]Y gAVAL, ToES,
Record's Figures Tell the Story
In this issue of the Industrial Record
we point clearly and with emphasis to the
fact that the Standard Oil Company is in
collusion with the manipulators of the Naval
Stores Market. This is only one of a series
of articles along this line for which we have
prepared the facts and figures and which
will appear as we continue the fight against
those who are robbing one of the greatest
industries of the South.
JACKSONVILLELA. SAVANNAH, GA.
CONSOLIDATED NAVAL STORES COMPANY.
Home Office: JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
Branches: Savannah, 6a., and Pensacola, Fla.
W. C. POWEIL, Prast; IB F. BULLA.D, L OODVINGTON, J. A. CRANFORD, D. H. McIAN, B. POWELL, C. N COVINGTON. JO HIL
POWELL, Vi. PrErirt.; C. P. DUSENBURY, emretary and Tmmuer.
LXECUTIVE COMMTTEE: W. C. Powehi, C. B oger, HL L. ngton, B. F. Bullard, J. A. Craford.
DIL CI'OR: W. C. Powell, B.. a llard, C. B. Bogers, J. A. Coaford, W. J. Hillman, John H. Powel, W. F. omn, L gto C. DiwaQg, D. a8.
NeMnin, B. B. Powell, C o. rvirto, 8. A. Alford.
NAVAL STORES FACTORS
SPaid in Capital Stock, $2,500,000
Owned and Controlled by Practical Operators.
The "Consolidated" 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.
WHOT SALE MERCHANTS.
Dry Goods. Notions. Men's Furnishings
Blankets, Comforts, Convict C lothing,
Manufacturers of TURPENTINE STILLS
Complete Outfits and Extra Kettles, Caps, Arms, Worms, Fur-
nace Doors and Grates always on hand
Old Stills taken in partNew Work and eing doe
payment for in the country
Heavy Ceppersmithlg,. Steam Pipe amd Special Cepper Wwe
Ai4 Fayetteville,N. C. Savannah, Ga. Mobie, AhL
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P~UpB rn EVERY SATURDAY. DEVOTED TO NAVAL STORES, LUMBER AND MANUFACTURING I MaKSlL
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Standard Oil Company in Collusion With Monipulators
of Naval Stores Market.
Some Facts Which Show That the Standard
Is Aiding and Abetting the Market Manipulators.
It only needs a study of the fig-
ures of the comparative statement is-
sued by the Savannah Board of
Trade to show that the Standard Oil
Company is aiding and abetting the
American Naval Stores Company in
a general and extensive manipula-
tion of the turpentine market.
Figures which have been secured
from the Savannah Board of Trade,
according to their published daily
statements, together with what the
agent of the Industrial Record has
been able to learn by a careful and
diligent investigation, shows as con-
clusively as the ordinary business
man would demand in facts and fig-
ures that the Standard Oil Com-
pany and the American Naval Stores
Company have entered into a mu-
tual PROFITABLE agreement to
bear the turpentine market during
the producing season.
Here is a plain reference to the
figures as published by the Savan-
nah Board of Trade. They are taken
from dates of April 1, 1907, to Sep-
tember 21, 1907, and compared with
the same current statement for ex-
actly the same period in 1906. Here
is what the statement shows:
"The comparative statement of
The Record is receiving words of encour-
agement in its single-handed fight against
the manipulators of the naval stores mar-
bet. The following are only a few of
many received this week. They are brief
and to the point:
W. 8. Green & Co., of Argyle, Fla., in
renewing their subscription to the Record,
I m seeing yeu check for the amesut.
NEp p yewr at fer the operatera I
se and approve of all ye write. With
best wi-e for yar mSccess, I am very
"W. & GREEN."
q am em-A-nt that y ame an the
riht tse ma that yew Igt wim he of
amice to as OP ATO ,"
C. LH Davis & p., of Townseud Ga,
say: "Yeu ae rigt ma every turpen-
the Savannah Board of Trade shows Standard Oil Company will need as
that from April 1st, 1906, to Sep- much turpentine in their trade this
tember 1st, 1906, the INTERIOR year as they did last year. From
shipments of turpentine from Sa, information which cannot be ques-
vannah were 34,847 barrels (by in- tioned, it is learned, or rather it has
terior shipments, of course, is meant been known by those posted in the
the Standard Oil Company). From trade that the usual requirements of
April 1st, 1907, to September 21st, the Standard Oil Company in the
1907, the shipments to the INTERI- American trade are from 140,000 to
OR have been only 6,216 barrels." 150,000 barrels.
It will be noted that this is a dif- During the last. three years' con-
ference of 28,631 barrels in the time tract with Shotter,- April 1st, 1903,
named in the comparative statement, to April 1st, 1906, they were com-
It will be remembered that last year pulled to accept 120,000 barrels an-
when the market for turpentine nually from Shotter, and it is a fact
dropped to 57 cents the Standard well known to the trade that Shotter
Oil Company stepped in and arrest- fell down during the last year of
ed the decline by heavy buying in this contract and that the Standard
Savannah, and this alone kept the Oil Company was forced to buy a
turpentine market in 1906 from go- large amount of their requirements
ing below 57 cents. from the Naval Stores Export Corn-
But this year the Standard Oil pany.
Company SEEMS to have remained With the Standard Oil Company
out of the market, as it is certain facing at this time a suit in the
that they have not increased their United States courts which aims at
purchases either in the interior or at the dissolution of the company and
Pensacola, or Mobile, Gulfport or with possibly other suits of magni-
New Orleans. tude to follow, some may think that
The Savannah figures are given they would hesitate to become par-
here to indicate facts. Were the ties in a general and carefully ar-
Jacksonville and Fernandina fig-1 ranged plan to violate the anti-trust
ures given the same result would lhe laws in dickering and combining
apparent. I with other parties to control and
The Trade is certain that the beat down the price of naval stores.
mere and labor, and Postmaster General
Secretary Straus reviewed the history
of the cotton industry in this country
from the beginning, saying that it was
founded in failure. He referred to the
difficulties in the early periods of promot-
ing manufacture of cotton and other goods
by the colonists as the result of the pro-
hibitive laws under Dutch and British
rule. Even as late as 1774, the secretary
said, wool cards were the only articles of
machinery allowed to be imported into this
country. Of the cotton industry, Mr.
Today there is invested in this indus-
try $613.000,000. Its annual produce is
$456.000,000; it pays out annually in
wages $106,000,000 and exports-$53,000,000;
about one-twelfth of the value of this
class of goods that enters into the inter-
national trade. The so-called yellow races
are steadily increasing customers of your
goods, and as they advance and prosper,
provided we keep their good will, they will
buy more and more of your products and
other American manufactures. China took
$20,000,000 from you last year, more than
the year before. How much of this was
due to a "silent non-importation agree-
truly, "C. H. DAVIS & CO,
"By L Thorpe, Sec. and Treas.
"Fight it out," writes an operator from
DeSeto county. "You cant loee half that
I have lest as a result of the trust's meth-
ods in one season. Come again. I like the
way you fight."
Boeme & DuIlap, of Georiaa, Ala.,
auy: "Ecdosed find check for $3oo for
record I read the Recor every week and
have great faith is the fiht it is making.
Think every operator ught to be inteeet-
ed to join in the fight and stay to the ead
and I believe we could win the fight."
LRVIEW OF THE COTTON INDUSTRY.
The'second and closing day's session of
the national convention of cotton manu-
facturers in Washlngton October 4th was
marked by the presence and the delivery
of addresses by two members of President
Roosevelt's cabinet. They were Seeere-
tary Straus, of the department of com-
Of course this plan is after the
general program which has been
practiced in the past. The plan is
to of course "divide the turkey" in
case they freeze out the holders of
turpentine. In the meantime all
parties to the scheme "run very low
in stocks" and the usual plan is to
tell all consumers and buyers NOT
TO BUY in large or even the usual
quantities, but to STAY OUT OF
THE MARKET, with the assurance
that there will be a further decline
in the price, and the hope is extend-
ed to these buyers and consumers
that by keeping out of the market
for their normal supplies they stand
a good chance later on to buy at a
big difference. If the scheme works
and the market rebounds sharply no-
body will be quicker to squeeze these
suckers than the Shotter people and
the Standard Oil crowd. This game
has worked several times during the
past few years, but the supply of
suckers appears never to be dimirn
ished. A sucker is born every min-
ute, appears to be a true saying of a
wise old sage.
THE RECORD has information which
it has secured from the most reliable
authorities and will be in a position
to give further information on this
line in the near future.
ment, which was used so effectively by
us preceding the revolutionary war, ad
which is known by the modern name of
"boycott," I leave you to figure ot.
Probably Minister Wu, when he cores
here, will help you figure, and I think if
you get him to tell you all be knows the
information cannot fail to be valuable,
both to your and to other interests.
Trade Agent ecessary.
"Trade, like water, finds its own leave,
and follows along the highways of east
resistance. A good trade agent will get
more business than a general at the bed
of a great army or an admiral in eommamd
of a great fleet. Theae may be useful to
keep the highways open, but not to make
trade. Good will, good, cheap goods and
a good knowledge of the market re the
three requisites for good trade.
"If you build your tariff wall too high
in this country you will encourage high
walls on the other side, which re known
by the name of "discriminating duties."
We are striking that wall now. No emo
foresaw this more clearly than Psida
MeKinley and no one h shown the way
more clearly how to overcome the exist-
ing and increasing obstacles that lay in
the path of our foreign eomms o. s H
From All Over the Naval Stores Belt Letters
of Encouragement Come.
From all parts of the naval stores belt time man should stand by you. Yoars
WHITE OAK SPIRITS BARRELS
Guaranteed to conform to specifications Savannah and Jacksonville Board of Trade.
Write to Coklmbus Barrel Mfg. Co., Columbus, Ga., or to HENRY ELSON, Florida Mgr., Jacksoville, Fla.
eity and a revised tar-
hanged and changing
to gain our proper
gram were D. A. Tomp-
N. C., on "American
eep Seas"; Arthur R.
Ck City, on "The Eco-
;ew York's Cotton Ex-
elation to the Cotton
en, freight traffic man-
mrn Railway, on "The
ent of Cotton."
>f the census bureau,
in his address, predicted that at the next
census and at each succeeding census for
a long period, the Southern States will
show a greater relative advance, both in
agriculture and manufacture than any
other section of the United States. He
said that in the past seven years there
had been a marked tendency to consolidate
in ginning. He predicted that the next
great advance in the evolution in the
handling of lint cotton would be the sup-
planting of the "present preliminary an-d
somewhat loose form of packing by the
general introduction of gin compressors."
The Ginning Census.
The gradual perfection of the methods
of the ginning census, he said, had been
followed by the complete elimination of
speculative estimate of the size of the crop
as a factor in fixing the price. If the cot-
ton growth continues at the present rate.
Mr. North continued, a majority of the
American spinners will be south of the
Mason and Dixon line.
"I look forward with confidence, he con-
cluded, "to the time when the United
States, instead of exporting practically
two-thirds of its cotton, will manufacture
by far the greater part of it at home and4
will secure for her own people the enor-
mous profits which lie in manufacturing
MEETING OF T. O. A. WILL BE CALL-
ED NEXT MONTH.
With the return home of Hon. W. M.
Toomer, president of the Turpentine Ope-
rators' Association, the announcement of
the date for the next meeting of the con-
vention may be expected in the next issue
of the Industrial Record. The indications
are that the convention will be called to
meet about the middle of next month.
Watch the next issue of The Industrial
Record for the official call.
NEW LUMBER COMPANY IN TEXAS.
The Farmers' Lumber Company, with a
espital stock of $16,000, has been organized
at LaGrange, Tex. There were more than
125 different stockholders and a charter
will be procured at once. The following
officers were elected: F. J. Reynolds,
president; H. Amberg, vice-president, and
C. von Rosenberg, secretary. S. W. Hud-
dleaton, the present manager, will remain
until the first of the year and probably
longer. The directors are as follows: F.
J. Reynolds, Christian Diers, H. Amberg,
Ernest Knigge, Jr., H. J. Sladezk, W. H.
Thomas, August Warnken, C. J. von Ros-
enberg and A. W. F. Meyer. The company
will take over the holdings of the Alamo
I BUYR'S DIRECTORY
Sto meet the
editions in order
hare of the foreign
Others on the prof
ins, fo Charlotte,
hiDping on the D
Marsh, of New Yoi
nomic Position of N
change and its Re
Trade," and L. Bre
ager of the Southe
Loading and Shipm
Director North o
T. G. Hutehismon, Jacksoville, Fla.
Walter Mucklow, Jacksonville, Fla.
Brigge Hardware Co., Valdosta, G.
ommeral Bank, Jackonville, Fla.
Chas. Blum & Co, Jacksonville, a.
eoseph Zapf & Co., Jacksoville, a.
East Coast Lumber Co, Watertown,
BOXES AND CRATES.
Cummer Lumber Co, Jacksonville, Fla.
Gee. R. Foster, Jr, Jacksonville, Fa.
Ge. R. Foster Jr, Jacksonville, Fla.
Knight Croekery and Furniture Co.
Craig & Bra., J. A., Jacksonville, Fla.
Standard Clothing Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
Memlan Brother, Jackmnli, Savan-
ash al MWbile.
M. A. Baker, Brunswick, Ga.
1lorida Cooperage ta.,Jacksonville, Fla.
Atlantic Cooperage Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
Win. D. Jones, Jacksonville, Fla.
Groover-Stewart Drug O., Jaekseville,
Tampa Drug Co., Tampa, Fla.
Southern Drug Mg. Co., Jaseknsvilla, Fla.
Covington Co. The. Jaksoaville, Fla.
ELECTRIC LIGHT AND POWER
Karl Fries, Brunswick, Ga.
Sebof 'sed Sos Co, J. S, Maeon, G.
Lombard Iron Works ad Supply Co, Au-
Karl Fries, Brunswick, Ga.
Knight Crockery and Furniture Co,
Boum & Co, Wn. A., Jacksonville, Fla.
S-hoseld's Sons Co, J. S, Macon, Ga.
Lombard Iron Works & Supply Co., Au-
The Chas. A. Clark Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
Jacksonville, Gas Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
GETS' oug JtNKiiS
Stuart-Bernstein Co., Jaksonville, Fla.
Craig & Bro. J. A, Jaeksonvilla, Fla.
Standard Clothig Cob, Jackaeville, Fla.
THE WEEKLY INDUSTRIAL RECORD.
Williams Co., J. P, Savannah. Ga.
Young Co, John R., Savaah, G.
Bond & Bours Co. The, Jacksoville, Fla.
Briggs, W. H, Hardware Co., Valosta, Ga.
Tampa Hardware Co., Tampa, Fla.
Weed & Co.. J. D. Savannah. Oa.
HAY AND RAIN.
Bours & Co.. Wm. A.. Jacksonville. Fl.
Craig & Bro., J. A, Jaeksoavdl, FIa.
Standard Clothing Co.. Iaciooville. Fla.
Duval Hotel, Jacksonville, Fla.
Zahm's European Hotel, Jacckonville, Fla.
Schofield's Sons Co, J. S, Maeon, Ga.
R. J. Riles Co, Jaeksonvi, Fa.
Greenleaf & Crosby Co., Jaeksonville, Fla.
Hess & Slager, Jacksonville, Fla.
East Coast Lmber Co., Watertown,
R. M. Rose Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
Blum & Co, Chas, Jacksonville, a.
Altmayer & Flatau Liquor Co, Macon, Ga.
Joseph Zapf & Co, Jacksonville, Fla.
Spencer Medicine Co, Chattanooga, Tea.
Schofield's Sons Co, J. ., Maeon, Ga.
Lombard Iron Works. Augusta, Ga.
MATERIALS FOR luxPrsuiU PRO-
Schofield's ons Co., J. 8, Maeon, Ga.
McMila Broa Co., JackaravM 8van-
nab aed Moble.
Baker, M. A, Brunswick, Ga., ad Pensa-
Schofield's Sons Co, J. S, Maeon, Ga.
Tampa Hardware Co., Tampa, Fla.
Weed & Co., J. D, Savannah, Ga.
Malaby Machinery Co., JaksoBville, iFa.
Briggs Hardware Co., Valdosta, Ga.
Lombard Iron Works & Supply Co., Au-
Tampa Monumental Works, Tampa, Fa.
MULES AMD HORSES.
W. A. Cook, Tampa. Fla.
American Naval Stores, Co., Home Office,
Peninsular Naval Stores Co., Jacksonville
and Tampa, Fla.
Barnes & Jessup Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
Consolidated Naval Stores Co, Jackson-
Union Naval Stores Co, Mobi, Ala.
West-Flynn-Harris Co, Jacksonvill, Fla.
Williams Co., J. P, Savannah, Ga.
Young Co, John R., Savamah, Ga.
Southern States Naval 8ters O0, Oawm-
Bond & Bonr Co., JacWoeuviH Fk.
Tampa Hardware Co, Tampa, l.
Lombard Iron Works & Supply C., Au-
Merrill-Steves Co., Jaeks6ovill, Pa.
Schofleld's Sows Co, J. S., Mas., Ga.
Atlantic Coast ine.
Brobston & Co., JaeksoMville, Fa.
Lombard Iron Works & Supply Ca, Au-
Rour. & Co.. Wi. A., JsckMd Fa.
Cummer Lumber Co., Jaekmsrvfl, Fa.
Hutchinson Shoe Co, Jacksonville, Fla.
Joe. Rosenheim & Sons, Sarasah, Ga.
Clyde Steamship Co. The, New York City.
(:. I. Davis & Sons, Phlatka, Fla.
Sehofield's Sos Co, J. 8., Maen, Ga.
Preston Miller Co, Crescent City, fk.
Atlantic Cooperage Co, Jacksoville, Fla.
Baker, M. A, Brunswik, Ga, a Prmna-
McMillan Brothe .C, .JaMMvl
Savannah ant Mebs.
TURP IIIMR TOOLS.
Council Tool Co, Jacksoavil, Fla.
Operator' Tool Co, OGreo Cov peie
Greenleaf A Crosby Co., Jacksoville, la.
Hes & Slage, Jackoville, Fla.
R. J. Riles Co, Jaeksorville, Fa.
YELLOW PINE LUMBER.
Cummer Lumber Co., JaecksMvfll, a.:
East Coast Limber Co, Watrtsew Ie.
CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT,
Rooms, 46-47-48 Mtual Life lX
DO YOU WANT rumnals u,?
For it will pay you to ee the new Fr-
Ra Street. Jss
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THE*G~ROO VER~:STEWART Dmw 00irp
FMVlR~ TIr WinYtW-VQOOER aaR0O.
WhlemI Drr~l, O*..ISr, Drwsts Surriersr seE @emiRssar *e
Factors Decide That One and One-Half Cents
is High Enough For Box-Cutting.
The scale for box cutting has been de upon this scale. There has been no open
cided upon by the factors. One and one- meetings, but it is understood that the
half cents is what the factorage houses agreement in writing will be effective and
have decreed as the limit which will be that all of the factorage concerns have
paid for box cutting the coming season. entered into it.
Of course the factorage houses are not This last season as high as two and one-
making any effort to enforce this scale fourth cents have been paid by careless
other than that which lies within their operators, and the average scale has leen
immediate power. While they appreciate at least the amount fixed by the factors
the fact that it would be better that all as a maximum limit. Many of the opera-
of the naval stores men should stand for tors have paid two cents the last year
that scale, they appreciate the fact that and are beginning to see their folly.
they can only insist upon its enforcement It is believed that the factorage houses
to the extent that they are called upon have a great deal of power to enforce this
to make advances, scale. It remains to be seen whether or
This means that not a factorage house not they will hold together. The indic.-
will advance money to an operator after tions are that they will and that they
they have been convinced that he is ex- will do a great deal toward enforcing the
feeding that rate for box cutting. It was scale adopted.
stated here in Jacksonville yesterday that As to chipping and dipping, this will be
all of the factorage houses had agreed regulated when the proper time comes.
R. J. Bishop Gives His Views as to Cause of
One of the prominent visitors to Jack-
sonville this week was Mr. R. J. Bishop.
Mr. Bishop is among those who have ac-
eumulated sufficient from the naval stores
industry to warrant a rest from active
service, though he is still interested in the
film of Bishop & Company, extensive pro-
ducers of naval stores.
Mr. Bishop lives with his family in an
elegant home at DeLand and is enjoying
the fruits of hard labor. In referring to
the naval stores industry and the fight
which the Record is making against the
manipulators of the turpentine market.
Mr. Bishop told a few plain facts, as fol-
"The factors are to blame. I was roped
in a few years ago and signed an agree-
ment. I lived up to that agreement and
worked out the principles of it in every
respect. But the result was that there
were others who took advantage of the
loyalty of those with whom they had
joined and to make a plain statement of
it, sold them out. I mean by this to
charge both factors and operators, and I
ind that some of these same factors and
operators are today asking us to again
"Operators are weak-kneed. That's a
fact, to express it bluntly. But the fac-
tors are even" worse. Don't you know
that the factors who are in the business
today could control it. Of course they
could, but they will not try. They are the
most frightened bunch right now that I
ever saw. I can with my good dog, Wil-
son, flush a covey of quail at any time,
but that is nothing to the fright that
Shotter is giving the factorage houses to-
day. They are scared out of their boots.
"I like the fight you are making, but
I am fraid that some of those who are
patting you on the back today and crying
"iek'em 'ige," will not be so interested
-in your paper when Shotter forces prices
up again and they can see a few dollars
"Principle is the great thing, and I am
sorry to say that it does not enter in this
business. I have done well, and am not
going to grumble much, but I could have
(lone better had the operators and factors
lived up t oan honest agreement. The
fight is almost over. I can see but little
hope unless the law steps in and enforces
that good commandment: 'Thou Shalt
"I have been in this business for many
years and know what I am talking about
when I say that there is less money in
spirits now at 60 cents than there was
when we were getting only 35 cents."
CHANGES MADE IN THE MANAGE-
MENT OF THE PENINSULAR
Under date of October 13. the following
dispatch appeared in the Times-Union:
Times-Union Bureau. Tampa. Oct. 13.-
There have just occurred important
changes in the official family of the Pe-
ninsular Naval Stores Company of this
city. Mr. Carl Muller, who has been vice-
president. has resigned and severed his
connection with the company, as has also
Mr. A. C. Bacon, its secretary and treas-
urer. Both of these gentlemen have be-
come identified with the American Naval
Stores Company, the former having charge
of the Jacksonville office and the latter
will be in charge of the company's inter-
ests at this end. with headquarters at
Port Tampa City, where the American
has its yards. Mr. B. W. Blount, the vice-
president of-the Peninsular Company, will
be in charge of the Jacksonville office of
this company, and Mr. (G. A. Petteway, the
Peninsular's secretary, will have charge of
the Tampa office. The Peninsular Com-
pany has rapidly extended' its business,
and it, together with the American, now
practically control the naval stores busi-
ness of the south.
East Coast Lumber Co.
ROUGH AND DRESSED LONG LEAF
Yellow Pine Lumber
Bundled Rosin Barrel Staves in Carload Lots
Steamer Shipments a Specialty.
--Standard Clothing Company |
i Standard Clothing Company I
* FASHIONABLE CLOTHIERS AND FURNISHERS,
* 17 md 19 West Bay Street, JacksoMvile, Ferods
Stetsom and Hawes Hat. Special Attentitn Given to Mad Order
1 WE HAVE 5
A Large Tract
OF ROUND TIMBER, LYING IN A SOLID BODY, COavzmuax TO
TRANSPORTATION, ON WHICH WE WILL ENTERTAIN OFFERS FOR
PORTIONS OF IT BY RELIABLE AND EXPERIENCED luRPIku arK
OPERATORS, AND TO SUCH WE WILL GRANT LONG TIME PAYMENT.
IF YOU ARE INTERESTED, WRITE US.
Brobston & Company
2z6 West Forsyth Strat.
ATLANTIC COOPERAGE COMPANY
Hand-Made Turpentine Barrels
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. McN. WRIGHT. Manager 320 Dyal-VUpohumrh IfIUd
-I -- -
6 THE WEEKLY INDUSTRIAL RECORD.
SThis Easy Chipper Saves time and Money.
Chip escapes easier on account of hollow back. WRITE
Cuts a shade streak easier as hollow back allows hack to
to be closed more FOR
U~- Gum flows easier as there is less steel to drag over the
P, fresh cut.
'" Operator's Tool Company, Green Cove Springs, Fla.
Turpentine Operators Will Meet In Convention November 8th
THE RECoRD is able to announce today that the seventh annual convention of the Turpentine Operators' Association will be held in the
Board of Trade auditorium, Jacksonville, on Friday, November 8th, convening at 10 o'clock. The formal call for this convention, signed by the
officials of the Association, will be published in the next issue. A program will be published in due time.
The approaching convention will be the most important since that memorable day in September, seven years ago, when the Ameociation
was organized. It is unnecessary for the RECORD to say WHY this meeting is an important one. Operators who stop for a moment to figure up
the costs of production and glance over accounts of sales KNOW why this is an important meeting. THE RECORD predicts it will be the most
largely attended convention of operators ever held.
HOW SHOTTEr' ORGAN ENDEAVORS
The Naval Stores Review, in its last
issue, gives the following three reasons in
black type on its third page, under the
head, "Coaditions Producers Face."
"1. Steadily decreasing consumption,
even under favorable general business con-
ditions. The world outside of the United
states takes one hundred thousand casks
less than it did five years ago.
"2. A business outlook that indicates,
to the. most experienced judges, a con-
traction in business generally next year,
with possible continued financial strin-
gency and commercial uncertainty, tending
to a lessening of consumption and lower
"3. The carrying over to the next crop
of the largest unused supplies of turpen-
tine that have been in existence in many
years at the beginning of a naval stores
year. Probably 40,000 casks will be carried
over by speculative elements alone, and as
meh more-if not a greater quantity-
in other hands."
To those who have been reading the
Naval Stores Review this looks like hedg-
ing in one item at least.
In its preceding issue the statement wzz.
made that one of the reasons for the low
prices was the increased supply. In this,
at least, the Naval Stores Review has
called in its figures.
An entire block is occupied by the fac-
tory and lumber yard. The main body of
the factory is 154 feet long by 64 feet
wide with a large wing. The handsome
office in the main building is elegantly
paneled with the highest grade selected
black cypress lumber. A capacious fire-
proof vault is part of the equipment. The
total floor space of the factory is nearly
15.000 square feet. All the machinery is
of first class construction in the latest im-
proved patterns. Electricity is employed
as motive power, a separate motor being
provided for each machine.
The factory is also equipped with the
latest designed blow pipe system for the
collection of shavings and refuse, con-
veying the same to the burners.
Excellent side-track facilities for receiv-
ing lumber and shipping factory products
have been provided.
During the work of erecting the factory,
Mr. Davis has accumulated a large stock
of lumber, and has now nearly 1,000,000
feet of seasoned cypress on hand with
which to fill the many orders that have al.
ready been booked.
It is conceded by competent judges that
this is the most complete and modernly
equipped factory of its kind in the South.
Headquarters for Naval Stores Me.
Because of its excellency of management,
.~ M. DAVIS & SON RESUME BUSI- its desirable location and cordial treat-
ESS. ment of those who are interested in the
The splendid enterprise and energy of
Southern business men and manufacturers
is again well illustrated by Mr. Howell
A. Davis, of Palatka, Fla. Six months or
more ago the frm of G. M. Davis & Son
was put out of business by the destrue-
tion of their entire plant and stock of lum-
er by fire. Immediately after the fire
Mr. Davis, who is the sole owner of the
business, commenced the erection of a new
factory on a larger scale and with much
increased equipment. Undaunted by pre-
vis disaster, he has sueeeded in erecting
a factory ,whih is a credit to his energy
an enterprise, and of which Plathk citi-
e have every reason to be proud.
products of the yellow pine, the Duval
Hotel has been selected by common and
universal consent as the headquarters for
the naval stores men. Hereafter those
who are engaged in this industry and who
come to Jacksonville will stop at the Du-
val Hotel if they desire to meet their
fellow co-workers and learn the latest
news in reference to the interesting de-
velopments sure to follow this crusade.
Mr. F. Bartow Stubbs, the new proprie-
tor of the Duval Hotel, is himself a naval
stores operator of prominence and has been
actively connected with the industry for
years. He has a great many friends among
those connected with the trade, and since
he assumed charge of the hotel has been
making it a point to offer the best service
to the naval stores men and at the same
time to make them feel at home. Those
engaged in the industry and who have been
stopping at the Duval Hotel have found
that they were as much at home there
as they were when seated about their
own fireside and they have been making
this their headquarters.
When the Turpedtine Operators' Asso-
ciation meets in November the Duval Ho-
tel will be the general headquarters, be-
cause the operators have expressed them-
selves as favoring that place. They will
gather there and the committee meetings
are to be held at the Duval.
Mr. I. D. Crawford, the manager of the
Duval, is an experienced hotel man and
the most thorough in that business who
has ever been connected with a hotel in
this city. Experience has been his in
the catering to hotel guests for the past
many years and in many States. Recent-
ly he had charge of Hotel Lanier of Ma-
con, under his management one of the
best hotels in the country. He has al-
ready established a reputation among those
who visit that hotel as a thorough and
Ever since it first opened its doors the
Duval Hotel has been known as the home
of the traveling man. It is there where
they have gathered and seldom has there
been a time when the hotel has not been
Naval stores men are pleased to know
that they are to meet hereafter at this
popular hostelry. While one of their own
number is managing the Duval there is
the assurance that a cordial greeting and
excellent service awaits them there.
THE ALLIGATOR PEAR IS COMING
There is one fruit grown in the extreme
southern part of this State which is com-
ing into favor rapidly and as it does, is
yielding a vast profit to the Florida grow-
er who is a sufficient student of the de-
sires and appetites of our northern neigh-
bors to appreciate its value. That fruit
is the alligator pear, or in its true name,
Aguacate, as it is known in its tru
A few years ago the alligator pear was
a dead load on the racks of the fruit
venders of the cities of the South, and but
few of them reached the northern markets.
But when the Spanish-American war
made it necessary for thousands of Ameri-
cans to go to Cuba, and they floated back
to the United States, they spread the aews
of the excellent qualities of the alligator
pear as a relish and diet. The result bha
As an indication of the favor in whic
this fruit is held, Mr. Hicks, the great
New York fruiterer at Broadway aad
Twenty-eighth street, recently stated to
the business manager of The Industrial
Record that the demand for this fruit ex-
ceeded the supply and that the prices
were fifty cents apiece for a fair article,
with the demand and price gradually in-
At the Hotel Astor, this fruit is served
for one dollar a portion, the greatest price
charged in New York for any one peies
The alligator pear grows and prodees
well south of the frost lie. In Dale
county there are fortunes to be made in its
growth, for the prices which prevail w
will increase, rather than diminish. The
more the people of the north eat them
the better they like them aad the better
prices they are going to pay to have them.
There is a great future for the alligs-
tor pear. Dade county has a great future
in the growth of this fruit.
THE PRICE OF COTTOr.
With every recurring return of the eat-
ton crop there is and has been for years
a discussion over the price that it shoau
bring to those who produce it, and various
plans have been devised for obtaining what
is deemed a fair price for this product of
Of course we desire that cotton raise
should receive the best prices possible
bat we are not inclined to favor these
plane-or rather ideas and deelratious
put forth by those who assume to rCer
sent cotton raises for there haws
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Southern Drug Mfg. Company
WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS AND MANUFACTURERS OF
Flavoring Extracts, Packed Drugs, B. B. Bluing. Vinegar and Pyne's Popular Remedies.
We handle everthiog in the Drug and Medicine Mna. Write for price. JACKSONVILLE. FLA.
yet been any definite "plans" that could
be relied on, by which anything like a
giv price could be fixed in advance and
maintained for the cotton crop. It seems
to us, therefore, but little short of folly
for the farmers unions to declare that cot-
to should be held for 15 cents for the
present season when they are not in a po-
stion to command that price on any busi-
In the first place no one is in a position
to determine just what this year's crop
will be and that must largely govern the
price. There are yet many conditions ap-
plicable and possible that would swell the
crop even beyond an average yield, and
it would be foolish for spinners to load
themselves up at any arbitrary price be-
yond their actual needs, when subsequent
erop developments might lower the price.
We believe that 12 or 13 cents is nearer
what the farmer should get for this sea-
son's crop, than 15 cents, since the present
erop outlook would seem more to justify
the former than the latter price, and there
would be little difficulty in obtaining these
If the farmers can ever perfect an organ-
siation that would enable them absolutely
to control the price, as some of their lead-
ers are claiming they can and will do,
they will find an application of the anti-
trust laws that will give them great
trouble, and so it appears to us a much
more practical plan would be to adopt a
reasonable price based on a fair estimate
of the crop rather than attempt an arbi-
trary figure that cannot be obtained with-
out resorting to unlawful methods.-Chat-
MEXICO TIMBER DEVELOP mNT.
It is announced at Chihuahua, Mex.,
that capital has been secured and a com-?
pany organized for the exploitation of a
180,000-aere pine timber tract beginning
within twenty miles of Nuevas Casas
LIGHT SAW MILLS
Li W ill Shlus Mhms
Saws and Si.ppies,
Steam and Gasoline
Pl Cast MacMiry
Castg mI Dryis
Grandes and the survey for a railroad from W. L. WILSON,
that point is already commenced.
The enterprise is backed by Cincinnati,
Ohio, capitalists, and Mel Womer, of Nue-
vas Casas Grandes. They have organized
the Casas Grandes Lumber Company with
a capitalization of $600,000 gold. A. S.
Rice, of Cincinnati, is the president, L. B.
Atwood, formerly with the Rio Grande,
Sierra Madre & Pacific Railroad, is con-
structing engineer. Mel Womer is on the
board of directors. The main offices will
be in El Paso, Tex.
LOGANSPORT, LA. LUMBER COMPANY
Frank B. Glenn and A. B. Cook, former-
ly with the Napoleon Cypress Co., of Na-
poleonville, La., have organized a lumber
company, together with R. W. Carraway
and R. J. Alexander, residents of Logans-
port. The new company will operate at
Logansport, La., and will be styled the
Logansport Lumber Co. Messrs. Glenn
and Cook will manage and operate the
mill. The capital stock of $20,000 is all
The company owns a saw mill and plan-
ing mill and about 60,00000000 feet of short-
leaf pine and hardwood.
Duval Planing Mill Co.
Sevet tad ~ d Age, JAacsaei, Fla.
Builders and Contractors Wil Do Well to
Have Us Bid on Their Work
in our Line.
ZAHM'S EUROPEAN HOTEL
UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT
Rooma, 50o to $zco Per Night. Mea at
All Hours. xa L Bay Street.
Amlvze the wr.
Econmoy of care
ertainty of results
Pres. a Treas.
JNO. E. MARIIS,
6 J. SC@VIL,.
Sec'y & e6uL gr.
Florida Cooperage Company
(Incoporoted) Capitael tock 1040000
Turpentine, Cotton Seed Oil, Dip
and Syrup Barrels.
Offe ad fastery Entereprise ad Estee Streets,
Telephone 1855 Jacksonville, Fla.
INVENTOR AND THE
M. A. BAKER, MANUFACTURER OF
BAKER IMPROVED SEAMLESS TURPENTINE STILLS.
Write me for eric. T. 0.31. n hrs tn the turpenthe beItt
All sUtill old omndr auarantee.
JOB WORK THROUGH THE COVUTRLY PLONMPTLY ATTr DESrO
The Largest and Oldest Copper Works is the South.
My specialty is large worms an heavy bottoms that do mt leak
BRUNSWICK, GA. amd PENSACOLA, FLA.
I r .
Superior to all nuts.
THE OPPORTUNITY OF TODAY. i
The first to plant a pecanr grove
wNl be the first to reap a
For full luferuatle apply to ,
THE GRIFFIS6 BROS. Co.
Jack ovile. Forida. j
DIAMONDS AND WATCHES I
We simply ask a call. We can show ye, at correct and es y
savnag prices, many papers o faese pre wfite, perfect
DIAMONDS. It Is am desire to contlde being the largest
Dfiamud dealers I Jackseaville, and er specialty Is flte remd-
ot gaes ad Aigh-grade Wafltha ad elgi WNatces.
HESS & S AGERD Dianmnds, Watches, Jeweiry
ieae.***,***,, ****p*****-***e eeseaess**mi
SCraig Bros Co.
239 W. Bay Street EVEIETT BLOCK.
I leaers in Men's and Boys' Fine Cloth-
ing and Up-to-Date Furnishings.
Agents for Dunlap and Stetson Hats; largest stock in the City.
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THE WEEKLY INDUSTRIAL RECORD.
JAMEs A. WOLWLOMNO. Edinr-.Chf.
a. a (Y l.) .... a ..g
-The Pbo and les PreM*41w.
AR -11- sbeoM adlremde
Tle Indatril ILecord CompMay,
rmel Edh ualtad Meidne Office a
aered t the PU"tofleat JackaavTle, FIa..
i- eoo -claMi matter
Adopted by the Excutiv Conmaittee of
the Trp tine Operator' Amasiatios
Septe ber 12, 130, as its exclusive offi-
eal oeBrL Adopted in a al anvaentiUoa
Sopember 11 a the orgn alo o the gm-
Adopted April 27th, 1903, as the official
rgmn of the Interstate Cae Growers' As-
sodatioa. Adopted September 11, 190, as
the only oideial organ of the T. 0. A.
Oommended to lumber people by special
resolution adopted by the Georgia Sawmill
TBE RECORD'S OFFICES
The pablishg plant and the main of-
Sof the Idtrial Record Company
are located at the intersection of Bay and
Newnan Streets, Jacksonville, Fla., in the
y heart of the great turpentine and
The Savanah, Ga., office is in the Board
of Trade BJding. Savannh is the lead-
ing open r mal stores market in the world.
NOTICE TO PATRONS.
A payments for averting in the In-
dstrial Recd ad aubecriptims thereto
mut be made direct to the hmne ofce in
Jack evle Agents are not allowed to
m-ake ceslcssw under any cirematanea
NS for amvnt ig and sbecriptios are
seat out from the home eic b when due,
and all ttaes t e made direct
to thib empaty.
ldustrial Booed hPuh C.
The Standard Oil Company is treading
on dangerous ground in its collusion with
the manipulators of the naval stores mar-
The Industrial Record appreciates the
words of encouragement it is receiving
from the operators. We have them now
from all parts of the naval stores belt
adr would like to have more. Send in
The last issue of the Naval Stores Re-
view bears the ear marks of Shotter.
Shotter is apparently havin a great deal
to do with that publication.
The editor of the Naval Stores Review
as a distorter of facts and figures is a
genius. But he has found his "Waterloo"
in the man who has been conducting a
kind of open debate with him in the Sa-
THE BOX-CUTTING PRICE.
A number of turpentine operators will
begin shortly to cutting boxes. The Rec-
ord wants to suggest in this connection
that so operator pay more than one and
oae-half cents for box cutting. Plenty of
competent labor can be selred at that
price and if operators will adopt it as uni-
ferm, no man will suffer, even temporarily,
fam Menter. The Becord knows that
the fac rage houses generally not only
faaer a uniform one ad rne.-half cent
sk, bat will iuist that their cm mera.
pay more. We suggest to the factors
that they refsne to pay the drafts of ope-
rators who pay a greater price for this
ork. We say this, too, in the interest
of the operators. If any institution on
thi earth has the interests of the turpen-
Two Very Important Essentials Are Lost
Sight of by the Savannah Crowd. _
The arguments which are being ad-
vanced by the Savannah contingent in its
effort to back up the nefarious practices
which have as a motive the absolute con-
trol of the turpentine market, forget two
very essential features in connection with
the naval stores industry.
The asinine statements made by the or-
gan of Shotter, the Naval Stores Review,
to the effect that the production this year
is greater than it was last year, or as
great, are made without even so much as
a reflection, much less a study of the con-
ditions which have prevailed during the
present producing season.
In the first place the character of the
timber which is producing turpentine and
rosin this year is inferior to a great ex-
tine operators at hear, it is the Industrial
Record. Every operator knows that. In
the interest of economy; in the interest
of our best interests, let's be honest with
each other about this thing and agree upon
a one an done-half cent scale and stick to
Another thing: Don't cut too many
boxes. Scores of turpentine men can to-
day look back upon their past operations
and figure the great loss that has accrued
to them from slaughtering their timber.
THE APPROACHING CONVENTION.
Again the naval stores operators and
factors are called upon to consider vital
questions which are sure to come up at the
approaching meeting of the Naval Stores
A great deal has occurred since the last
meeting. The conditions which existed a
year or two ago, when prices were at least
semi-satisfactory, and when the operator
was inclined to let well enough alone and
stay away from conventions of this char-
acter, do not exist today.
The operator is today in trouble, due in
large part to his own unfaithfulness to
agreements with his brother operators
which he should have held sacred. No
one knows this better than does the ope-
rator himself. Look back a few years.
Take the conditions which followed the
organization of the T. O. A. and compare
them with the conditions of today. Per-
haps if the operator will take time to
reflect and make a careful analysis of the
comparative statements of 1903 and 1907
he will admit to himself at least that the
Turpentine Operators' Association has
done a great deal for him.
Of course the operator has been told that
there has been over-production, decreased
consumption abroad and other circum-
stances to result in a natural downward
tendency of the product of his labor. Some
operators will believe this, but the ma-
jority know that had the operators and
factors stuck together throughout they
would today be in a more prosperous con-
dition. They know that it was largely due
to a violation of pledges on their part
and on the part of some of the factorage
houses which brought about this serious
condition of affairs.
It is not too late now. Come to the con-
vention prepared to hear something of a
substantial eharacter proposed for the re-
lief of the industry. There is still the
fighting spirit and it is very muck i evi-
tent to what it was a few years ago.
At least seventy per cent of the opera-
tors are today working inferior timber.
At least seventy per cent of the operators
are struggling with inferior labor and with
very inferior labor conditions.
Nor is this all. What about the great
drouth and the forest fires which swent
over the naval stores belt last spring. How
about the hundreds of thousands of acres
of dead timber in South Florida as a re-
sult of the drouth?
The fact is the Naval Stores Review does
not court a knowledge of the true condi-
tions. Its editor dare not refer to the
industry today as it really is. The pol-
icy of deception is what Shotter wants
now and the Nevel Stores Review is de-
livering the goods.
STRONG BANKING INSTITUTION AT
In this week's issue of the Fernandina
Record there is a lengthy statement of the
organization. growth and present excellent
standing of the First National Bank ,f
The statement is made that the Firat
National Bank of Fernamlina is one of the
strongest Lanks in the State and that it
has a standing second to none among the
Ianking institutions of the South. This
statement is well deserved. If the ques-
tion was asked one of the experienced
bankers of .acksonville today, "Which do
you regard the strongest bank in this
State?" The First National Bank of Fer-
nandina would be named by all of .them,
though other banks might share in its
reputation for general high standing and
Twenty years ago The Bank of Fernan-
dina was organized, and four years later
it changed fro a State to a National Bank
and was styled The First National Bank
of Fernandina. Since that time its prog-
ress has been great. Its original banking
capital stock was $50.000 and in 1903 it
was increased to $100,000. Today its sur-
plus and undivided profits amount to $100,-
(100, and with the responsibility of stock-
holders fixed by the United States Nation-
al banking laws, the depositors today have
that insurance against loss which $300,000
Mr. Fred W. Hoyt, the president of the
First National Bank, was president of the
parent concern and has held that position
with the new bank ever since its estab-
lishment. Today there is a large amount
of money carried as deposits and the bus-
iness of the bank is steadily increasing.
The bank owns its own building, one of
the best business blocks in the city of
Fernandina, and has the largest steel vault
of any bank of its capital in Florida.
Its facilities for doing a general banking
business are excellent and there is every
indication that the business of the bank
is to increase.
Mr. Crl Warfield, an experienced bank-
er, is cashier, and Mr. Fred Wood, who has
worked up by eleven years of earnest
effort in that same bank. is assistant cash-
ATLANTIC COOPERAG3 COMPANY.
Owing to the large development of our
turpentine trade throughout the State,
Jacksonville has become one of the largest
distributing points in the South Atlantic
States for turpentine barrels, and it is
I THE CLOTHIER
SOLE AGENTS rF KNgK MATS
THE STUART-BER STEIN CO.
14 WEST AY T. PJ1Aar rtA.
with true pride and pleasure we are able
to state that no firm in this industry will
make greater headway as manufacturers
of this most important industry as that
of the Atlantic Cooperage Company, whose
offices are to be found at 320 Dyal-Up-
church Building. The principal causes
which have brought this progressive irm
into quick prominence are that they are
specialists for hand-made white oak spirit
barrels. The company makes its own
staves and in this way obtains the choitest
stock for its own use here. Mr. J. MeN.
Wright is the experienced manager for the
company and brings with him his great
knowledge of the manufacture of staves,
which for years has occupied his sole at-
tention, and being in lose touch with the
largest producers of staves in the States,
it is safe to say the company will eoa-
stantly be on the march of progress. Mr.
Wright is open to accept 'trial orders, and
whether they be small or large, will re-
ceive from his hands the most careful ad
The Wealth of the
Often dsappsand, evpwte, a-- the
-aw gairatimo was left h m e two
tig of real vah. Amo tham vah-
ables (in eases eat of a handra) ims
Schest of old silr, the meOt Iue ad
beautiful heirIe that th ye- e s-
to yer heirst If at, aw is the tim to
start gathering it. If ye me inismesl
omt dowm and l o s ow yle nisom elt
in that line that is WORTH HAVY
NOW adr whiek wfl be e% i r
by yew mos ad dWA&er
SL. Snam in*3 V,
sbsmyifls _," db.
I I I I II
THE WEEKLY INDUSTRIAL RECORD. 9
prompt attention. He invites your cor-
respondeace sad desires it known that
skilled coopers only are employed, ad
having been manufacturing staves for
years, the selection of staves for their
barrels of the very best quality is care-
fully guarded. We certainly advocate a
trial brder being sent the Atlantic Coop-
TO COMBAT LOSSES FROM "BLUING"
IN LUMBER YARDS.
The Forest Service has undertaken a se-
ries of experiments at Bogalusa, La, with
the object of rendering lumber immune
from the attacks of "bluing," thereby less-
ening what at present is a serious loss.
Lumbermen through all the Southern
States, and in deed in many other portions
of the country, are familiar with the
large amount of damage caused by the so-
called "bluing" or "staining" of the sap-
wood of freshly cut lumber, when ex-
posed to the open air. This staining is not
an inherent quality of the wood, but is
due to the growth of low forms of plants
called fungi, all of which probably belong
to the genus Chratostomella. This plant is
too low in the scale of life to produce true
seeds, but as a substitute, it produces mi-
croscopic organisms called spores, which,
when ripe, are carried by the wind in
The air of forests, and especially around
many lumber yards, is so infested with
such spores. that when timber is placed in
the yard to dry, it is immediately infect-
ed with them. If the timber happens to
be moist, and possesses the necessary food
to support the life of the plant, the spores
immediately germinate and send in little
threads, or hyphae, to penetrate the tis-
sues. Their action decomposes the sap,
and causes the wood to become discolored,
and consequently it is known popularly as
bluing." The deterioration in value of
lumber on account of this pest amounts to
thousands of dollars each year.
It is well known that bluing can be pre-
vented by drying the lumber in kilns as
soon as it leaves the saw. This is expen-
sive, however, and unless great care is
taken, considerable depreciation in its
value will occur. There are also patented
processes by which the timber is immersed
in certain alkaline solutions.
The work could be simplified, if the lum-
ber were piled in open forms, so that quick
aeeing would take place; for the spores
of the bluing fungus can only germinate
in the presence of considerable moisture.
Bat to pile lumber in this manner requires
mere space than if closed piles esa be
used. Hence the problem which the Forest
Service has set itself to solve is by no
means a simple one, and its results will
be awaited with great interest by manu-
facturers of lumber all over the country.
PI SONAL MENTION.
Mr. R. J. Knight, of Tampa, was a wel-
come visitor to Jacksonville this week.
He is one of the most enterprising naval
store men in the belt and has a great
any friends in this city.
Mr. J. W. Meltash, of Booksvile, was
Sm of the fprmiemsn naval stores mm who
visited Jncksmvlle this week
Mr. MI O. Oventreet, of Orlado, ame
4, Jaehn, m ie this week to discuss the
mimais t pem1"t editing in the nval
stars trade a4Ato. dd his wmments on
the reeet wet ad dryj election in Orange
Mr. E. B. Wilcoxson, a frequent visitor
to Jacksonville, was giving his favorable
comments here this week on the policy of
the Industrial Record.
Naval'stores men are much pleased with
their new headquarters while in the city.
The Duval Hotel is for them a home in
the true sense of the word while they are
in the city.
The factors and operators are pleased
to see Col. W. M. Toomer, president of the
Turpentine Opertaors' Association, home
again, after a delightful sojourn in Massa-
chusetts. Col. Toomer left Florida ill and
has returned in the best of health, which
is gratifying news to his hosts of friends.
Mr. C. L. Orager, of the Chattanooga
Pottery Company, the manufacturers of
the Herty cup, was in the city this week
Rate for this lm s lmn 2 cent pe wrd
for fr t isertion ad 1 e par word fe
following i rtions. No advertiemet
taken for less than 40 esuta for flat, and
20 esnte for following lutiro. Cah
must accompany orders unless you ve
an account with us.
WANTED-Position am nwnager andl
woodsman of a small place. Can carry
plenty of labor. .1. A. Smith. Box 63,
Citronelle, Fla. 10-19-2t
WANTED-Partner, with $15,000 or
$M,000 to take half interest in turpentine
plant now in operation. Party advertising
owns land. Address Turpentine, Box A,
205 Main st. 10-19-3t
WANTED-Ten good woodsmen to go
to Louisiana. Must be good, sensible men
who can take labor and control it. The
country is exceedingly fine and healthy,
more so than the best high woods in
eorgia. Fine salaries to the right men.
Address Pridgen & Ewing, Baden, Ga.
WANTED-By a young married man
with four years' experience, a position as
salesman in dry goods or general store,
or assistant book-keeper. Ca commence
work January 1st. Place in Florida pre-
ferred. Satisfaction guaranteed. Refer-
ence present employer. Address E W. (U.,
care Box 301 Laurenburg, N. C. 10-12-4t
FOR SALE-A desirable turpentine o-
cation, well loated on railroad, fifteen
crops of boxes; timber to eat about nne
more crops. Moderate prie. eShedule upon
appliatio. Address N. R. Hays, Apale.-
FOR SALE-Small turpentine place for
cash. Price $8,600.00. Good backing. Ad.
dre Operator, are Industrial Record. tf
WANTD-AD esmie ri e a e- up
tir barm of an hlmds of amed mea ad
boipI We buy everythab in e w
of seeas. W te aus Ameriem Vh Ca.
WANTRD-Position on tarpentine plus
where I san n two poetiena managing,
book-keeping, eomissary and ridg
woods. The very best of references. Good
salary expected. Address P. Box 474,
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 Pensaeola.
Water rate. A bargain to the man with
the mony. J. F. Mathis, Pensaeola, Fla
WANTED High-clas scheme goods
salesmen that will command big pay, to
tell drug specialties among co...i.iaries
principally. We don't want a cheap man.
Will pay either salary or commission.
Commissary Supply Company, Birming-
ham, Ala. 6-22-tf
WANTED-Position by woodsman; 10
years' experience. Best of reference.
Apply at once. Smith, box 142, Kissim
FOR SALE-A turpentine location in
Alabama on direct line to Pensacola ad
Mobile. Good freight rates to either
place. Firm opened last winter. Plety
of round timber. No trouble to control
labor at this place. Will sell cheap to
quick buyer. Address Smith & Godwin,
Thersby, Ala. 9-28-4t
WANTED-By experienced turpentie
man, position as stiller or woodsman. Can
give good references. Address C. A. W,
Box 84, Homerville, Ga. 10-12-4t
Are made in Palatka, Fa., by G. M. Davis &
Son. They ue selected eypn wood. Work-
maihip equal to the quality of the material.
and the combination is absolutely unequalled
for durability. Write them for prices and ful
information before you buy a tank.
CL M. DAVIS & SON, Palatka, Fla.
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SW. W. Carne, W. VC. Mr E a gr. R. S. Cars. See. ad Treas.
0 Turpentine. Mill endI Phosphate SE5pplies.
TAMPA. FLO RIDA.
COMPARATIVE MARKET RfcuRl-
Spirits flctuated between 51 and M2 cents this week, reaching 52% at
Jacksonville on Tuesday, but closing Friday at 511/,, with %e better in Ssvsa-
nah. Medium rosins suffered a slight decline toward, the latter part of the
SPIRITS OF rua uas FOR THE WIKC HR=E A"D AT 8AVA AM.&
P rid.aU M il n Pa s ha t. stl.i
Ja.- BaV JTa. JIO ID1.ma ST. 80.
Saturday ... 51%a 51% 395 527 1 753 466 72r21,639 31,000
Monday .....52 &2/, 60 004 1,125 3,5W0 674 5022203 28,031
Tuesday ..... 5 .... 602 004 1,125 3,500 74 50122,103 18,031
Wednesday .52 52% 508 140 ... 15 280 7732202 30,155
Thursday ... 51% 51% 364 723 376 3,06 06 32822,482 26m
.r-iday ...... 51y, 51% 431 531 150 110 509 74922,775 27,16
ROBN FOR TH1 WZxk HIR AND AT 8 STAV A N.
Saturday. AM&y Tesemty Wedwalsy. n..aony. se.I
Jan 8. JHS.a. rh Jae. Ha. J La. Hkv. Jan HMn.
WW .......5.90 5. 855.90 5.905.90' 5.905.90 5.905.90 5.905.0 6.90
WG .......5.75 5.705.75 5.755.75 5.755.75 5.755.75 5.705.75 6.70
N ......... 5.25 5.205.25 5.355.25 5.355.25 5.355.25 5.30.25 5.15
M ......... 4.95 4.905.00 4.954.95 5.054.95 6.054.95 5.055.00 4.85
K ......... 4.75 4.754.75 4.754.75 4.804.75 4.754.75 4.804.75 4.67
I ...........4.65 4.654.65 4.654.67 4.674.67 4.674.67 4.74.67 4.67
H ......... 4.80 4.624.55 4.624.62 4.654.67 4.654.67 4.64.77 4.65
G ......... 4.55 4.04.55 4.654.55 4.574.67 4.574.55 4.574.55 4.57
E ......... 4.35 4.404.37 4.404.40 4.404.40 4.404.50 4.404.40 4.40
D ......... 4.20 4.254.25 4.304.27 4.304.25 4.30,4.30 4.304.30 4.30
CBA .......4.20 4.204.20 4.254.22 4.254.20 4.254.25 4.254.25 4.65
NImoeT OF ROdel N OTMsT HI= AMD AT SAWA UAW.
Jan. t e n.Ja. h. J. JL M.
Saturday ................. 1,228 1,31 1,582 1,2231,74 2,154,s38 87.87
Monday ................. 1,50 2,134,046 3,31,655 125S4,M 886,17,:.
Tuesday .................. A65 51,000 6,1261,52- 2,3505sss1,9 SU
Wednesday ..............1. 8 1,7602,00 1,110 715 2,42 61,56
Thursday ......... .... 1,855 2,8100 4,6301,792 1,804,U 10111 t"
Friday .............. 1,331 2,05?3,705 3961,758 25&r4@At IIM
TAMPA MONUMENTAL WORKS,
Monuments. Headstones, Iron Fencing and Italian Statuary
NO JOB TOO LARGE. NO JOB TOO SMALL.
MAIN OFFICES 310 ZACH Si i TAMPA. FLA.
When we make Claims for our goods we are certain of
the facts. We operate the finest open fire copper Distill-
ery in the World. We do our own bottling and packing
and no expense or labor is spared to have every drop of our
Whiskey absolutely pure and of the highest quality.
We guarantee every Order to be perfectly satisfactory,
or return your money.
Four Full Quarts Rose's
"Old Corn" or "Old Rye" or assorted $3.40, express
prepad. Write for complete Prce-List.
R. M. Rose Company,
16 West Forsyth Street, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
"ASK THE REVENUE OFFICER."
ELECTRIC LIGHT AND POWER PLANTS
FOR MILLS AND FACTORIES.
REMINGTON OIL ENGINES
OPERATING ON KEROSENE.
KARL FRIES - BRUNSWICK, 6A.
W. W. ASHBURN, Moultrie, Ga. N. EMANUEL, Bunswick, Ga.
W. B. BOWEN. FItzgerald, Ga. D. T. FURSE. Savannah, Ga.
J. J. DORMINY. Broto, Ga. R. G. KIRKLAND. Nichols, Ga.
0. T. MeINTOSH, Savannah, Ga.
Southern States Naval Stores Co.
Factors and Commission Merchants
Ship to Savannah Get Competition Highest Prices Promptest Returns
Correspond With U
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JOS. ROSENHEIM SHOE CO.
MNANMACTVer AnMD JOBERS OF
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Ry. a- Ue albM m. tow f S eml
sn., exorei arosal.L
OEO. J. COLEWMAN-Pre Pmaupl
y; Rtih and Mellow. By the ea
WhIkey. By thes 8a1a OLD *t aw
quarts I.3, express presed.
cLIFFORD RY--By thes ses .m
tour aul qlrts 8o.d er prsepda
OLD zme a Ju.al CORN-DIret Ut
Bondsd warehouse; one an O Bl. D1 ti
gallon P3.;: tour tRl qumrt OU e s
OLD POINTrr CLUB CORN --
and Mellow. By the gallo 3; tor fw
quarts a.9. expremssrepa .
We handle all the leading branof Rye and Bourbom Whiddes a the amidt
and wll save you from S to per Cmat on your purchase. e price met al
atalogue. Yed tree upon applestle.
The Altmayer MACON. GEORGIA.
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J. P. WrLJAms, Presideat
T. A. Jaxianm. 2ad VIes-Presidet.
H. L. KAYTON Secretary.
J. A. G.CCneo, lo Vico4PwoWM
H. X: k ScuW1, TIreMiU.
= J. P. WILLIAMS COMPANY,
E 1Il n IES UB u 1m 113 U WIIfI UBJ.
Mim Office b*AVANNXR. OtORO UM .
]Branch Offices: NNSACOL&A 1LE. I oaneb ocarY Kenna,
SO o JACS-O-VIL LC. FL. C lu O -.s-
SNaval Stores Producers are Isvlted to COmapeu With Ua.
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WILLIAM A. DOURS JAMS 0. DAIMY
WILIAM A.BOURS & COMPANY
TW E OMA EST E" UASUEE .UM E DC SEE SUE OTMIi
nr eou a rs-iD mms Ame som USM rm reA.
flay, Grain, Feed, Garde
Sds, POuWby Sup01es, Fkw,
Grits, Meal and ertiizers.
OUR MOTTO: proF Soimmuet Usieds 0.. itft
206 EAST BAY T.. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
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D. IL ALlOL
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Sm'v ad Toom
D. 3. WASM
Am S v wedTown
WEST FLYNN & HARRIS CO.
(GERAAMIA BLDG. Saynns..h Ga.
GENERAL OFFICES jreNA 5JacsenwU V.
NAVAL STORES FACTORS.
NAVAL STORES RECEIVED AT SAVANNA, GA, JACKSOSNVU.
FLA, AND rNAlDINA, ILL
Wholesale Grocers also Dealers in Hay. Grain and Heavy
w am Ae. rrlr1b.. Union Turonlies, Am.
SOLE AGENTS a V a Cdas&hnbn TaIpidati A.
SAVANNA eGA. JACKSOvnIUJ, LA TAMPA, 23A6
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THE 1W]OKLY ENDUSTRIAL RMORD.
TH~YCYC'I~~-C~YYLrrEL WEEKLY INDUSTRIAL RECORD. 11-C~
Offers opportunities 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.
Greenville 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 Company.
For farther particulars, address, W. 1 NILLIr, MaprGr Fta.
LeALr OI. ROUND TRIP RATES.
otice of Application for Tax Deed. Via Atlantic Coast Line Railway to te JOSEPH ZAPF CO Cypress Tanks
Given in accordance with Sections 574 Jamestown hpositio
d 6 of the Generl tes of thez44o Coach excursion to Norfolk, on sale For AM Puro"Ss
a 575 of the General Stattes of the Tuesdays aad Fridays, limit te
State of Florida. days, no stop-overs. BEST MADE
Notice is hereby given that Charles A. 123.o5 Fifteen-day tickets, good in sleep- Wr~e fr Catblgs
ewn, Jr., purchaser of tax certificate ers. Stop-overs allowed within
. 1 dated.. lstda of September, A limitS. Preston Miller Co.
No. 2011, dated 1st day of September, A. Is.oo Sixty-day ticket. Good in sleepers.
D. 1M, and No. 2797, dated the 4th day Stop-overs allowed within limit. Whoesal Dealers in Bo c Dept. B Crescet City, Fl.
of April, A. D. 1802, has filed sad cer- 33.55 Season tickets. Good in sleepers.
Uctes in my office and has made appHli- top-overs allowed with limit of AN H USER- BUSCH U ( H i N
catfo for tax deed toD esue in aceordane- December 15th. W M D. JONES
wh law. St. Louis Lager Beer rSCrPt Ia SPEwcAL
Sak .er.ti.fla embrace the following UTCHINSON AUDIT CO. WlI-. n.
dseribed property, situate in the county PUBLIC ACCOUNTAwTS & AUDITORS w......
of .Dal .d State of Florida, to-wit: FAMILY DRUGGST
The northeast quarter (NE%) of the Dyal-Upenchrk Bhi.g, LI I W W1Wm i FA L R U
arthwest quarter (NW%) and the south 107 .. BAY ST.
half (8%) of the southwest quarter Write for Prtcee Man OnMr 8Soia
(8W%) of Section Thirty-two (32),
Townshp 3 south, Range Twenty- 126)
M st; the mid land being assesed at t Jacksonville,
S of te issuane of said cerrteI CHAS. A. CLAAK CO.
in the name of "Unknown." e M U V A L Florida.
Unless said certificates shall be redeem-
ed according to law, tax deed will issue Phone 186. JackLonville Fla. This Hotel has recently changed hands, and is under New Management
thereon on the 2Is day of October, A. D. Throughly Renovated Throughout
witness my official signature rd seal Headquarters for Turpentine Operatore
ig m0th day of September, A. D. 107T. COk c If not. F. BARTOW STUBBS, I. D. CRAWFORD.
P. D .CASSIDEY, Why not
Chrk Circuit Onrt Duval County, Flor- WIHr PtOpetOr. amager.
(Beal.) aS 6AS CIlPAIY
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
AnEnrDIERT OF CHARTER.
-yoNre, A. D. WHISKIES
Notice is hereby given that on the 18th
ay of Norw ber, A. D. 19, the uder-
ied will apply to the Governor of the
Sate of Florid r anamendment to its GINS AND RUMS
carter in accordance with the following
maolutions adopted at. a special meeting
auly called for that purpose on the 7th $1.50to$5.0O per Gallon
.ny of Oetober, e h $1.50to$5.00 per Gallon
Besolved, That that pert of Section three
of the Charter of this Corpoation read- ......AGENCY OR......
ag as follows: "Payment of said capital
.lsc small be received only in cash," shal LeWis 1866 Ma M Une t VenW n
be mended to read as follows: Pure Rye Whkles.
"Payment of aid capital stock shall be Controllers Blum's Mmoogrm and Sylvsa
seeded in cash or in property in eu of Rye-Agents for Jungst Cincinnati sad
eMb when said properties have been duly Pabst Milwaukee Beers. Prices on ap
appraised ad accepted as such payment patio
for stock by the Board of Directors.
JA I " p rxM-"' CHAS. BLUM & CO.
By J. A. HOILW ON, sr1 tn 5I WwET MAT rT CT
16-a-t Secretary. JACKSOWNVILYC PA.
he A 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 $25o Six Months
Full Telegraphic and Stock
reports. If you want to keep
posted on the news, get the
CARTER & RUSSELL PUB. CO.
THIE WEEKLY INDUSTRIAL RECORD.
12 THE WEEKLY INDUSTRIAL RECORD.
VICTOR SHOES AND HATS
I Consult Your Best I
If yeo do yeo will bmy the famous RIXFORD
TURPENTINE AXE. Don't let your dealer per-
suade yeo that some other axe is "Just as
Imitatlk is the sincerest form *f flattery.
The RIXFORDis ever being imitated, but nev-
er equaled. BUY TilE BEST--BUY RIXFORD'S.
W. H. Briggs Hardware Co.
SoAl Sle tem Amnts
V.3.i^^ii'fxiy ^ HENDERSN, Prm
W. B. H]EDERSOD, Press.
L CRAFT, Vice-Pres.
E. BERGER, Gea. pr. aad Vice- Pre
JNO. SAVARESE, Trea
R. T. RICHARD, Sec'y.
Wholesale Manufacturing Druggists,
Ful and complete ine of all hids of Drgs, Chemicals
and Patent Medicines
SPECIAL ATTENTION 10 COMMISsARY TRADE.
PROMPT ATTENTION TO ALL ORDERS.
Now Is the Time to Visit
It Is Complete in Every Department
The War Path, Air Ship, Naval
WWi interest and Instruct yo. Do Not Fail to go at once.
For Beautiflby lustrated folder, containbig maps, discrip-
tp matter, list of hotels, etc. write
FRANK C. BOYLSTON. Dis. Pass. Agt.
ATLANTIC COAST LINE
The JShort Through Car Line
NEW YORK, CHARLESTON AND FLORIDA LINES
The magnisfint teamship of thi lie are appointed to ail as follow, calling at
Crharlt, & C., both way.
r w.. ws-....m --
(Pia 35 North Rier.)
87ZARWL Ch-as- am am Yak
Oct. 2,at3:00pm.... IROQUOIS ....Monday, Oct. 7,atlO0:Gm
Oct. 4, at 3:0pm......APAHE.. Wednesday, Oct. 9, at 0:Oft0
Oct. 5,at 3:00pm... ALGONQUIN.... Friday, Oct. 11,at 10:0km
Oct. 8,at 3:00pm... .ARAPAHOE....Sunday, Oct. 13, at 10:6km
Oct. 10, at 3:00pm .... COMANCHE.... Tuesday, Oct. 15, at 10:60k
Oct. 12, at 3:00pm...... HURON....... Thursday, Oct. 17, at 10: .e m
Oct. 14, at 3:00pm.... IROQUOIS ....Saturday, Oct. 19, at 10:00m
Oct. 16, at 3:00pm..... APACHE ..... Monday, Oct. 21, at 10:0km
Oct. 17, at 3:00pm.... ALGONQUIN .... Tuesday, Oct. 22, at 10:01 a
Oct. 19, at 3:00pm.... ARAPAHOE ...Thursday, Oct.24, at 10:00km
Oct. 22, at 3:00pm .... COMANCHE.... Sunday, Oct. 27, at 10:0km
Oct. 23, at 3:00pm...... HURON....... Monday, Oct. 28, at 10:00ka
Oct. 25, at 3:00pm..... IROQUOIS..... Thursday, Oct. 31, at 10:0km
Oct. 28, at 3:00pm ...... APACHE..... Saturday, Nov. 2,at 10:0km
Oct. 29, at3:00pm... ALOONQUIN ... Sunday, Nov. 3,atl 0:0k
Oct. 31, at 3:00pm... ARAPAHOE...... Tuesday, Nov. 5, at 10:0km
tNew York direct.
CLYDE NEW ENGLAND AND SOUTHERN LINES.
Freight Service Between Jachkrevle, Boet and ProiMee, as all Eaoters Po
Cang at Charist. Bmt Ways.
From South Sie FTrm Fet Catithero ne
Lewis Wharf, Baata STAMR Jwacks a.
Saturday, Sept. 7, at 3:00pm...... KATAHDIN... Saturday, Sept. 14,at 10:0sm
Saturday, Sept. 14, at 3:00pm....ONONDAGA .....Saturday, Sept. 21, at 10:0k
Thursday, Sept. 19, at 3 00pm ...... *CHIPPEWA.. Wednesday, Sept. at 1.00am
Saturday, Sept. 21, at 3:00pm ..... KATAHDIN... Saturday, Sept. 28, at 10:0am
Saturday, Sept. 28, at 3:00pm .... ONONDAGA..... Saturday, Oct. 5,at 10:00km
*Via Brunswick, Ga.
CLYDE ST. JOHNS RIVER INE
Between Jackosmvile and Saner.
Stopping at Palatka, Astor, St. Frasei., Bereaford (D@Iard), and itarmeiato
landings on St. Johb River.
STEAMER "CITY OF JACKSONVILLE"
Is appointed to sail as follow: LeIve Jackoaville, Sundays, Tuesdays and Than-
days, 3:30 p. m. Returning, leave Sanford Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, 9:30
Read down I Read up.
Leave 3:30p.m................... Jacksoaville ................ rr 2:01a..
Leave 8:46p.m.... ............... Pak ....................
Leave 3:00na.m.................. Astor ........ .......... .ivO 3:p.m.
............................. Bereford (DeLand) ............. ve 1:00 p. L
Arrive 8:30a. m.................. Sanford .................... 9Leav :a.m
Arrive 10:00 aj. ................. Enterpr .e............... .. :eav :0 a.
GENERAL PASSENGER AND TICKET OFFICE, zas W. BAY ST, JACK'VIIU
F. M. IRONMONGER, JLR, A. G. P. A., Jackeavi Fa.
JOHN PENDREL, T. P. A, A. C. HAGRTY, G. P. A.
Jackaonville, a Pier s N. RL, New TYk.
0. H. TAYLOR, P. T. ., C. C. BROWN, G. P. A,
ago Broadway, New York.
L.. JOMES, T. F. A, L SCROnL, A.
W. G. COOPER, JR, F. CLYDE ml .E, G F. A.,
Jackarhi'e,la. Pier 36 i., Ner Yak.
CP. LOVELL, Aseut, Jack.mine, Fla.
GEERAL OFFICES, PIER 36, R. Branh, Broa wa, New Tef.
Clyde Steamship Company
THE WEEKLY INDUSTRIAL RECORD. 13
^f.. S. NASH. President. S. P. SHVrTER. G. M. BOARDMAN Treasurer.
E S. NASH,. President.
J. F. C. MYERS. Vice-Presdent.
Chairman Board of Directors.
[OF WEST VIRGINIA]
G. M. BOARDMAN. Treasurer.
C. J. DeLOACH. Secretary.
Successre s to S. P. Sbltter Company, Patterson Downing Cmpany,
Expo. ers and Dealers in All Grades of ROSIN, PURE SPIRITS TURPENTINE,
TAR, PITCH. ROSIN OIL and all other products of the pine tree.
HEAD OFFIGES: SAVANNAH, GEORGIA.
Yee Want a Turptenti Lecation?
You Want a SawmiU Location?
You Want any Kind of friday Land?
SYe M0ea Business?
Q4, Cfl on ar Wrte as
J. H. Livingston & Sons,
OCALA. FLORIDA. I
Brick and Biuilding Material.
When you nod these, Portland Cement, Plaster Paris. Hard Wall
Plaster, Hair for Plastering, SIigles, fire Brick or Clay. Write to
GEO. R. FOSTER, Jr., Jacksonville. Fla.
THE COMMERCIAL BANK
JACKSOUVILLE. FLA. kraches: Ocal and Lake City
The blaret leadig State Bak in Jacksonville. Is condmetd in a old-
t s iared strictly Uatv maner and is subject to regular examiuntiao
by the Comptroller.
WIadividMl sad Savigs Aemass solicited.
H. K 0aIao1 W. a OWE, E. GA.LLAnw,
Prsaat. Vice-Prsie. Ca .
. k&&s3s^Uar^^lr^^sVKsl6^s^^ ^
W. 5. LIKNGLK
J. W. WAflS.
Ass't. See'y sad Tre,
Union Naval Stores Co.
NEW ORLEANS, LA.
NAVAL STORES FACTORS.
.........D..1:EALER I ..........
Supplies for Turpentine Operators.
Cm sOw at pst quite a rgW amber of aesirabM lctir F West H r-
Ma, A me-am aM MrWm* Ulfs Iirl vces made aglast cem-m--.ta Ca.
Principal Office: MOBILE, ALABAMA.
Portable and Statiouary Engine
and Boilers, Saw Mille, Wood-
working Machinery and Supplies,
Complete line carried in stock.
Liberal Terms. Write for cata-
State Agents for the Olds Gas
and Gasoline Engines.
Address all communications to
MMALSY MACNERMY CO, 22 Ocean Street, Jacksoaie, Florida
LetS Dhaeseemo Pbsm47.
Mc KOY PATENT
The best and simplest cup
on the market. Detachable
Greater Capacity, easier
dipped ,more easily played
on tree, stronger and prac-
tically indestructible. Will
not rust. For eatalog and
price list write
5IIYA PITMI IIW ra.
S1015 Iibenia Building
"' New Orleans. Louisaoa.
Barnes & Jessup Company
Naval Stores Factors and Commission
C. H. Barnes. Presdent. J. A. Ewing Vice-Presidren
E. B. Wells. Secretary and Treasurer.
DIRECTORS C.H. Barnes. J. A. Ewlng, R.S. HIl.
J. R. Seunders. E. C. Long, W. E. Cummer, E. B. Well., W. S.
Jennings. G. W. Taylor.
q T Turpentine Cups
.. As our supply of eups is limited, we m-
gest that intending pmrfewa sa Ia
their orders promptly to ihsu diewy.
Few te.e. on
Cups, Gutters andl Tools
Used aI the Nert system
"" Chattanooga Pottery
-41 .7 - Inrb _
___ THE WEEKLY INDUSTRIAL RECORD.
"Old Time" Remedies
THE JOY OF THE HOUSEHOLD.
CUMER LuMBER COMPAY
Rough s Dressed La
Them few ueat remedi a Tda, Demlsa Cuban Re
ard cu.M M0, ae he joy .of the h.meho. Wh the near at hand, a .
- is ready f ay er He has a safe, reliable and spedy relief
ar wifre.i, aef or t With tbee remedies you ean keep the Csa
dsters hardt oat of yor poebt, ad t yet hare a healthy, apy family. n--u .
I, you ea ere yo stoek of say ailmert thbst maybe them. ___ _
NUDIA TEA-Ik ild or PForer ekm--n. the Peat famly indiene. It
we -e al brims of lwr ad Kiney Ousephiat., Pnewet. (ah ard Malarial
ver. res the eomieM ihlms of chUmre; adt a a laative tomie it is without
a ee fe aud reliable l the liqid, it fa extremely palatabe-eves chdrea
Boe i-r it a RKADY fR us.
3FwpliCTA i a Wmrn' medeis. It wil eare al the disase conmmq to
wema, a elraeed as Female Trbles. It wil bring yorth back to the laded woman,
who hasg, em .~r bema s e be thought it woman it. It winl are for the
1 gljt eaterig wmanko; and prepare th young wmri lcr the *ased
CUBA Ul -The instant Paint miller, for either ma or beat. Relier
usant, Olie, Cras, Cholera Morbe, Diarrhoea, Dystetery and Siek Headache
ar eele ia hrae it an infallibl remedy and is granted to give relief in fAve
CUBAM OIL--The eet Bme mat Nerve Idiment. Ia aneptie for ets,
-d or tora fesh, aud will Istantly relieve the pain. Cure insect bites da stigs,
ani d bur s, bruisees ad mores, apped hands sad fae, ore aud tender feet.
ReBeles rhemmatie paimn, lme Iac, stiff joints, aad in etoek eares wire feame ete,t
ratches, thn spait, edllar amae, saddle gals, a d deaed boofs.
Wiae us for Fis.
SPENCER MEDICINE CO.. Chattanooga. Teo.
BEFORE MAKING YOUR PURCHASE!
l. 3. Pknl r..l-.. Pre. P. L. 8UTHERLAND. Vice-Pro. A. D. OOVINTON, e'y
J. P. COUNCII. Tress and OGenI Nr.
THE COUNCIL TOOL CO.,
General Oteea: JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
Factory: WAN-aW sW, M. C.
eoP/w.e>f Nigh O-*re TeIa
Le og Laf e Piaw Pam..
J. S. Schofield's Sons Company,
* Heaiq n larters f, ,
" t Distiller's Pumping.
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*No plant complete without oae.
* 0*^^ Hundreds of them in use in Georgsia
0 Florida, Alabama, Miiasippi ad
* Soot Carolina. Write mf porti a-
Slars and prices. We also manufacture
b Enugines, Belers amI N i
0 JGrads MasMhry,
Sas well as carry a full andC complete ?
S' LMillM Suppies, Pipe,
SBeler Tubes, Ete. ;
Advise your wants.
i -Macon, - Georgia.
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*00oo0s00to0o060Oo4 $oOee-50 :0 00.0 00l. 0 -
J. w. vort,
John R. Young Co.,
: Naval Stores Factors. Wholesale Grocers.
i () Savmwuaurah L Brunswrick, Ge.
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W. D. KRENSOHN.
D. C. AdMey,
G. A. Penbwar.
A. C. BDacos
J. G. Craford.
S. HL BeD.
D. C. AlJREY, rPreiems.
B.W. DBUI NT. to Vice PredMe
aed Gamedt Musaer.
CA.L MOUsZ3. ad Vm PMa
G. A PETFWAY, M Vice P-e.
S.H. BRG. Sec. erl Tres.
A C. BACON. AMg. Sec. std Team.
T. 0 CemB.t
PENINSULAR NAVAL STORES CO.
and Wholesale Grocers
Jachso.wvlle and Tampa, Florida.
Capital Stock. $L000.000.
k' kk' J' lKW Stt I
H. D. WEED.
J. D. WEED CO.,
On 1-Inch Hoop Iron
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With one of the largest and best equipped printing plants in the
South and with a full complement of skilled labor, we are prepared
to execute high-class work promptly and at reasonable prices.
No Job Too Large or Too Small for Our Careful Consideratim.
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Fine A nnlver.
At the Sign of the Big Clock, J
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Half Tones--Zinc Etchings
Illustrating and Egravng Department
THE FLORIDA TIMES-UNION
Splendidly equipped for business. Half Tones and Zinc Etchings made to order in the most improved
and artistic fashion. Illustrations for newspapers and all kinds of Commercial Work, Pamphlets, Etc.
A uMr h$ mO d aolph RtmMdl m rici Madirs M PIns.
In Writing or applying for Prices, Give the Most Rxplirit Description of What Is
Wanted. Good Work and Prompt Deliveries Promised.
A Florida Enterprise.
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