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Title: Weekly industrial record
Portion of title: Industrial record
Physical Description: 19 v. : ill. ; 35 cm.
Language: English
Creator: Turpentine Operators' Association
Publisher: Industrial Record Co.
Place of Publication: Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: November 16, 1907
Publication Date: -1909
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Lumber trade -- Newspapers -- Southern States   ( lcsh )
Naval stores -- Newspapers -- Southern states   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
United States -- Georgia -- Chatham -- Savannah
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1900.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 19, no. 42 (Oct. 25, 1909).
Issuing Body: Official organ of the Turpentine Operators' Association.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 6, no. 1 (Jan. 3, 1903).
General Note: "Dedicated to the naval stores and lumber interests."
General Note: "The exponent of southern progress."
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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WHOLESALE 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, Capes, Arms, Worms, lwr-
nace Doors and Grates always on hand
Old Stills takenin p New Work andrepairing
payment for W r in the otry
leavy C.ppersm i 'i Steam Pe amd Spesal Cappr wok
Jacksonville, Fla
Ais Fayetteville,N. C. Savannah, Ga. MeIk, Ata.


CONSOLIDATED NAVAL STORES COMPANY.
Home Office: JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
Breaches: Savannah. 6a., and PeCsacoe, Fla.
OFFICERS.
a W. C POWl., Prm; I BULLAID.a I. L ovmaonTON, J. A. CRANYORD, D. EH. M MtILA, L R. PiOWl.L, C M C~oVlhNlM, JOMr IL
SPOWSIn Viem Prffrcta; C. P. XISBURY, Seeretay aad Tlhaun.
SAJCUTIVR C00DMkzE: W. Powel, Rogers, B. L O.igtna, B. F. Bullad, J. A. Cr-od.
DLCTIE: W. C. Pbowr, L BaH&rd, C. B Rogers, J. A. afrd, W. J. Hi man, John H. fowe, W. P. om, .L Owingbl CQ IDwwm& H.
MeMBi, R. B PoBll, C. M. Cointo, E A. AHevd.


NAVAL STORES FACTORS

Paid in Capital Stock, $2,500,000
Owned and Controlled by Practical Operators.
SThe"Consolidated" is purely a co-operative Company. Its interests are Identlcal with these
of the Producers. The patronage of turpentine operators everywhere Iavited.
Two Million acres of Land and Timber for sale on easy terms.
Producers are Invited to call or correspond.


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The Gonditions, the Remedies and the Times,


The views of the Industrial Record re- his associates can continue, without inter-
garding the naval stores marketing con- ruption, the confiscation of an industry
editions are well known. This publication that means so much to our southern in-
has always fought the methods of the ex- terests. The federal statutes have al-


porters' combine in manipulating the mar-
ket for selfish purposes, and it always
will.
Pity it is that this combine has in its
grasp the opportunities to "bear" and
"bull" the market at will; pity it is
that it is made possible by the aid, and
passive, if not active, co-operation of in-
terests that should be closely allied with
the producers; pity it is that so great
an industry as the manufacture of prod-
nets that the world is compelled to buy


ready reached out and found them once-
it may do so again.
Under prevailing conditions, we can af-
ford to wait.
Not only the turpentine industry, but
every industry, every citizen of this coun-
try, in fact, is confronted with a con-
dition today that is not a theory but a
stern, uncompromising actuality. It is
confined to no one class or condition of
men; it is confined to no one section. All
over this country, from Maine to Cali-


and pay for, shall be whipped and cowed fornia and from Buffalo to Key West the
and coerced-yes, almost assassinated-by people are in the clutches of a money
a handful of men whose policy is and panic such as has not been seen since
always has been to "terrify" and not to '93. The wealth of the country is not
"justify." Greater the pity that the whip affected. The great resources of the coun-
had has been dealt these manipulators, try are just as promising, but the flurry
enemies of the producers, from within the in New York, produced by the unwarrant-
producers' own ranks. ed juggling with depositors' money, has
But time will bring its remedies. No forced such a heavy withdrawal of cur-
person shall tell us that S. P. Shotter and rency from circulation, that there is a re-


How a Savannah Cotten Journal Looks at

the Turpentne Situation.

The Cotton Record, of Savannah, a pub- punishment or condemnation for their te-
lication issued under the very shadow of merit yin preferring to stand for what


the naval stores combine's headquarters,
has the following to say of the situation:
The Naval Stores Situation.
While this journal is not directly con-
eerned with the Naval Stores trade in
any way, many of its readers are so con-
eerned; and as the naval stores industry is
a very important one in this section, we
have a natural interest in its welfare. For


they regarded a remunerative price, dust
like they did not have as much right to
hold as if they were carrying cotton, or
stocks, or lands, or anything else in the
world.
So much for the position. Now, recent-
ly, the announcement was made that the
buyers intended to abandon Jacksonville
as a market. The reason given for such
an intention was assuredly the strangest
we ever heard. It was because the Jack-


these, reasons we venture to offer a few sonville factors could not control sufficient
considerations on the situation as it ap- banking capital to properly handle the
pears to us. business! The extraordinary position
There has recently been a severe de- was assumed that the buyers would quit
dine in the market for naval stores, and a market because holders were so weak
especially for spirits turpentine. The they might at times be obliged to sacri-
eause seems to have been unexplained, fice their holdings!
although there has been a great deal of It is safe to assume that buyers can
discussion of the subject in and out of the be depended on to go where they can buy
newspapers, the cheapest, and that they have no de-
It appears that there is a comparative- sire to leave a market where holders are
ly large stock of spirits now held at pri- relatively weak. But the bluff appeared
mary markets, something over 30,000 to work amazingly well, at least at first;
casks at Savannah, and something under for the Jacksonville trade was quite de-
20,000 casks at Jacksonville, the total be- moralized by the threat, and implored
ang a little over 60,000 casks. Those the buyers to change their mind about
whom we may designate as the bears on leaving!
the market say that this stock is "spec- Will the transparent move succeed in
ulatively held." Doubtless most of it is terrifying the Jacksonville holders into
held by people who were unwilling to sacrificing their stock for anything it will
accept such prices for it as could be ob- bring, and thereby also further depress
tined. But the bears seemed to refer the Savannah market? Such, from a su-
to the holding rather reproachedly, and perfilal view, appears to have been the
Ss if the holders deserved some ind of motive of the announced intention.


sultant stringency that is widespread and
for the time being, disastrous in its effects.
Face to face with these conditions,
therefore, with a premium on currency,
with the borrowing capacity of securities
reduced almost to a cipher, the time is
not propitious for seeking remedies, or
executing new ideas that must necessarily
employ capital.
The time will come when the factor
will either have his own selling branch, or
the producer will sell direct to the con-
sumer, or the producers and factors will
jointly or in cooperation own and-control
the marketing branch of the business, but
this is not the time to execute these plans,
or any one of them. With the money
market in its present condition, such a
course would probably be impossible. Let
us wait.
But now-NOW, of all times, IS THE
TIME to train for the fray.
It behooves us first of all to so shape
our affairs that we shall be free of debt.
Debt is a bad master at all times. It is
a tyrant in days like these.
First, regardless of sacrifices, regardless


THE SOUTH AS THE SAVING POWER
OF THE COUNTRY.
The South holds a call upon the world's
gold to the extent of $450,000,000 to $500,-
000,000 for the cotton which it will this
year furnish to Europe. Every dollar of
gold mined on earth during the present
year would not be sufficient to pay the
bill, and this call which the South has
upon Europe is one which will prove not
only a great blessing to the South, but a
great blessing to the entire country. This
money, whether paid in actual gold or in
other ways, will so strengthen the finan-
cial situation, not only of the South, but
of New York, and the country at large,
as to make the South the saving power
in American financial interests. No other
crop on earth is of such far-reaching im-
portance to any other great country as
cotton is to the United States. Had it
not been foir the late season, which de-
layed cotton-picking from three to four
weeks, the crop would have gone forward
at the same time as heretofore and would
have largely helped to stem the financial
current, and would doubtless have mate-
rially aided in preventing the panicky
conditions in New York. When Nature,
through a late spring, delayed the cotton
crop of the South she lessened the power
of the South to that extent to save the
States from the drastic liquidation of the
last 30 days. But though late in matur-
ing, cotton has for the last few weeks
been moving to market as rapidly as the
banks could provide the necessary cur-
rency for its handling. Upon a severe
pinch Europe may sometimes lessen its
imports of other things, but cotton it
must have, and cotton it will have, regard-
less of all other conditions. It will take


of diminishing assets as we once viewed
them, let us sell from under, unload, liqui-
date in extreme instances, and stand oneo
more with a clean bill of health. This
must be accomplished by retrenchment,
not by expansion. We must minimize
our operations all along the line. We
must learn to say "No" to business
temptations. We must be satisfied to be
small operators. We must be more de-
termined with our laborers. We must
learn to save and to economize. It may
be hard at first, but our salvation de-
pends upon this course.
Second, we must organize and cooperate.
Prosperous conditions do not tend to
strengthen organization-the reverse in
fact. We have drifted apart in our pros-
perity. Let us get back together in our
adversity.
And then-when we have accomplished
these things, the clouds will pass, the sun-
shine of hope and opportunity will again
beam upon us, and we shall fnd a way.
There is no combination of men under
Heaven's sun that shall crucify the great
naval stores industry.


this year from the South about 8,000,000
bales, worth as-it leaves our ports some-
where from $450,000,000 to $50,000,00,
dependent upon the fluctuating prices, due
more to lack of currency than to the sta-
tistical position of the cotton trade. But
for this temporary currency famine it is
quite certain that Europe would have
paid us largely over $500,000,000.
The whole country, every business mar
in it, whether he be manufacturer, mer-
chant or banker, farmer or mechanic, and
whether his home be in the far North or
far West, will be indebted to the South
for producing the crop which at this crit-
ical stage is already saving the situation,
and which will soon turn such a tide of
gold or its equivalent to our shores as to
stay the hysterics and stop the fear whihe
has been paralyzing the free and easy
movement of the banking facilities of the
country. While enriching itself the South
will be enriching the whole nation.-
Manufacturers' Record.

THE lUKPEn I Iz MARKET AND THE
TRUST AS SEEZ BY A NEW
YORK MARKET. PAPER.
Following is from the New York Jour-
nal of Commerce, of November 12th:
The sharp break in turpentine the past
week to 431,1 cents a gallon at Savannah,
or almost 20 cents below the figure at
,which futures were sold in February, ae-
cording to well informed sources, is due
to manipulation of the so-ealled "Tur-
pentine Trust." The independents nego-
tiated 30,000 barrels of futures lat Feb-
ruary when the spot price was 70 eents
at Savannah on the basis of f2 events, be-
lieving that this price was low, but the
past six weeks the tendency has beca


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WHITE OAK SPIRITS BARRELS

Guaranteed to conform to specifications Savannah and JacksonVille Board of 'Trade.

Write to Columbus Barrel Mfg. Co., Columbus, Ga., or to HENRY ELSON, Florida Mgr., Jacksonville, fla.


steadily downward, so that the loss on
the deal to date is estimated at $300,000.
A gentleman with good sources of in-
formation on the subject said to a rep-
resentative of this paper: "The inde-
pendents certainly are in hard luck, for
the financial stringency has played ducks
and drakes with their plans, making it
easier for the trust to shake them out of
their holdings. Their stores are tanked
at Savannah, Fernandina and Jackson-
ville, at which latter city I understand
they are holding a conference today.
While the general impression is that the
independents must disgorge, they main-
tain their ability to carry the turpentine
down to 10 cents a gallon if necessary.
One thing is certain there is no overpro-
duction and the cost to produce must be
easily 40 cents, so that when the pressure
is released turpentine is likely to come
back 5 cents a day."
According to another story, the trust
has not only depressed prices at Savan-
nah, but sold short abroad as well, killing
the market in Europe. In this connection,
it is stated that a large proportion of the
turpentine production goes abroad. Nat-
urally the effect of the continued decline
has been to discourage buyers. Along
these lines, a member of the trade said:
"I like many others have been kept from
buying heavily by the bearish predictions
of the combine, but what purchases I did
make of recent weeks must have netted
the manipulating interests a pretty loss.
Of course they propose to recoup them-
selves by covering at lower levels if the
indenependents' tank supplies are shaken
out. In explanation of their bearishness,
the trust talks supply and demand, but
I am strongly of the opinion that were
not would-be buyers kept out of the mar-
ket by financial stringency the offerings
would be quickly taken. Why turpentine
is legitimately entitled to sell higher when
it is considered that pine lands, which cost
$2.50 an acre ten years ago, bring $35
an acre now!"





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ACCOUNTANTS.
T. G. Hutchinson, Jacksonville, Fla.
Walter Mucklow,'Jacksonville, Fla.
ABSTRACTS.
Realty Title & Trust Co., Jacksonville,
Fla.
AXES
Briggs Hardware Co., Valdosta, Ga.
BANKS.
Commercial Bank, Jaksonville Fla.
BEER-WHOLrSAU.
Chas. Blum & Oo, JacksoMviln F
.omeph Zapf & C, Jaekmvfl, Fla.
BARREL STAVES.
East Coast Lumber Co, Watertown,
Florida.
BOX-S AND CRATES.
Summer Lumber Co, Jaeksonail, Fa.
BRICK.
Geo. R. Foster, Jr, Jaeksomvfll, ].
BUILDING EAIAE AL
GeC. Faster, Jr, Jackuovilla, Ia.
CROCKERY.
Knight Croekry amd Fmriture C4
Jacksonville, Fla.
CLOTHING.
Craig & Bro, J. A., Jaeknonville, Fa.
Standard Clothing Co, Jacksonville, Fla.


COPPER SMITHS.
McMuisa Brothers, JackeaoT ils
nah and Mobile.
M. A. Baker, Brunewick, Ga.


Savar-


COOPERAGE.
Ilorida Cooperage o.,Jacksonville, Fla.
Atlantic Cooperage Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
DRUGS.
Wm. D. Jones, Jacksonville, Fla.
DRUGS-WHOLESALE.
Groover-Stewart Drug Co., Jacksonville,
Fla.
Tampa Drug Co, Tampa, Fla.
Southern Drug Mfg C, Jasksonville, F.
DRY GOODS--WHOLSALE.
Covington Co. The. Jacksonville, Fla.
ELECTRIC LIGHT AND POWER
PLANTS.
Karl Fries, Brunswick, Ga
ENGINES.
Schoeld's Sons Co., J. 8., Maeon, Ga.
Lombard Iron Works and Supply Co, A-
gust. Ga.
Karl Fries, Brunswiek, Ga.
FURNITURE.
Knight Crockery and Furniture Co,
Jacksonville, Fla.
Ramis, Jacksonville, Fla.
FERTILIERS.
Bora Co., Wa. A., Jackonville, Fla.
FOUNDRIES.
Schoa s Sorn Co, J. Maso, Ga.
Lombard Iron Works Supply Co, Au-
gusta, Ga.
FUNERAL DIRECTORS.
The Chas. A. Clark Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
GA&
Jacksonville, Gas Co., Jacksonville, Fla.


GENTS' FURNISHER&S
Stuart-Bernstein Co., Jacksonville, Fa.
Craig & Bro., J. A, Jacksonville, Fa.
Standard Clotbi-g Co., Jacksonvilla, Fl
GROCERS-WHOLESALE.
Williams Co., J. P, Savannah, Ga.
Young Co, John R, Savannah, Ga.
HARDWARE
Bond & Boura Co. The, Jaekuovil, Fa.
Briggs, W. H, Hardware Co., Valdota, Ga.
Tampa Hardware Co., Tamp la
Weed & Co.. J. D. Savraa Ga.
HAY AND GRAEM.
Born & Co. Win. A- Jacka afle Fla.

HATS.
Craig & Bro, J. A., Jaeksoavdle, F.
Standard Clothing Co. Jacksovillm la.

HOOP IROs.
J. D. Weed & Co., Savannah, Ga.
HOTELT
Duval Hotel, Jacksonville, Fla.
Zahm's European Hotel, Jackionville, Fla.
IRON WORKS.
Sehofeld's Sorn Co, J. ., Macon, Ga.
JEWELERS.
R. J. Riles Co, Jacksmville, Fa.
Greenleaf & Crosby Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
Hess & Slager, Jacksonville. Fla.
LUMBER.
East Coast Lumber Co, Watertown,
Florida.
LIQUORS.
R. M. Rose Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
Blum & Co., Chas., Jacksonville, Fla.
Altmayer & Flatau Liquor Co., Macon,
Ga., andn Jacksonville, Fla.
Joseph Zapf & Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
MEDICINES.
Spencer Medicine Co, Chattanooga, Ten.
MACHINE WORKS.
Schofield's Sons Co., J. S., Macon Ga.
Lombard Iron Works. Augusta, Ga.
MATERIALS FOR TURPEnTIas PRO-
CESS.
Schofield's Sons Co., J. 8, Macon, Ga.
METAL WORKERS.
MeMillan Bro. C., Jackaeavil, Savan-
nah and Mobile.
Baker, M. A, Brunswick, Ga, and Pesa-
col, Fla.
MILL SUPPLIES.
Schofield's Soas Co., J. S, Maeon, Ga.
Tampa Hardware Co, Tampa, Fla.
Weed & Co, J. D, Savanah, Ga.
Malsby Machinery Co, Jad mnville, Fla.
Briggs Hardware Co, Valdosta, Ga.
Lombard Iron Works & Supply Co., Au-
gusta, Ga.
momUmanT]
Tampa Monumental Works, Tmlp, lLa.
MULES AND HOBMSB
W. A. Cook, Tampa. F1a.
MEDICINES
Johnson's Chill and Fever Tonic Co., Sa-
vannah, Ga.


NAVAL 8TORES
Peninsular Naval Stores Co, Jacksonville
and Tampa, Fla.
Barnes & Jeaup Co., Jackmovifle, la.
Consolidated Naval Stores Co, Jackso-
ville, Fla.
West-Flynn-Harris Co, Jacksomvile, F.
Williams Co, J. P, Savaaah, Ga.
Young Co, John R., Savaah, Ga.
Southern States Naval Star Ok, Sami
aah, Ga. -
PAINT&
Bond & Bours Co, Jakonvlla, Fla.
PHOSPHATE SUPPLIES
Tampa Hardware Co, Tampa, Fia.
PLANING MILL
Duval Planing Mill Co., Jacksonville, Fa.
PHOSPHATE MACHINtEY.
Lombard Iron Works & Suply CO., Am
gust, Ga.
PUMP&
Merrill-Stevens C., JaeksowvR, Fa.
Schofield'a BSo Co, J. a, Maeu., Oe.
PDAMl MQAbM
Atlantie Coast IJae
REAL ESTATE
Southern Real Estate and Investment Co,
Flomaton, Ala.

SAWMILLS.
Lombard Iron Works & Supply Co, Au-
gusta, Ga.
SEEDS.
Bours & Co.. Wi. A, Jacksoville, Fa.
SHIP YARDS.
Cummer Lumber Co, Jacksoville, Fla.
SHOES-WHOLESALE.
Hutchinson Shoe Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
Jos. Rosenheim & Sons, Sarannah, Ga.
STEAMSHIPS.
Clyde Steamship Co. The, New York Cty.
TAENS.
G. M. Davis & Sons, Palatka, Fla.
Sehofield's Sons Co, J. 8, Maeon, Ga.
Preston Miller Co, Crescent City, Fa.

TURPENTINE BARRELS.
Atlantic Cooperage Co, Jacksonville, Fla.
Florida Cooperage Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
l umPERll STILLS.
Baker, M. A, Brunswiek, Ga, at E a-
cola, la.
McMflan Brothers .Ca, .Jacksmo
Savannah and Moie.

TIMBER LANDS.
Jacksonville Development Co., Jackson-
ville, Fla.
ljxPEA ln= TOOLS
Council Tool Co, Jacksonville,
Operator' Tool Coi, aen Cso r10apm
Fla.
J. D. Weed & Co, Savanah, Ga.
WATCHES.
Greenleaf 4 Crosby O, Jakswevill, Via.
Hems & ler, Jcacvih, Via
R. J. iles Co., Jacksom i, Fla

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WANUFACTUrERS OF PEANUT OIL- is simple, the nuts being pressed in the
A SUGGISTION FOR THE SOUTH. same kind of presses used for cotton seed. Jacksonvlle,
Consu D. L Murphy makes the follow- The oil is clarified in the same manner lrida
ing report from Bordeaux on the French as olive oil, i. e., by filtering through lay-T D U VL
.. er of carded cotton, the aualitv denend-


peanut-oil industry for the furtherance of
that line of manufacture in the United
States:
"In a recent article in a western news-
paper on the growing of peanuts, it was
stated that the annual value of the pea-
ant crop in Virginia, South Carolina, and
Tennessee was between $8,000,000 and
| $10,000,000. How correct this statement
may be, I have no means of determining,
but it gave me the idea that a very
profitable industry might be established
in the manufacture of arachide oil, if
such an industry is not already in exist-
ence in the States mentioned.
"Arachide oil, when well clarified and
fresh, is preferred to the best olive oil
for table use by many people in this
* part of France-in fact they are almost
-as large as the sales of all others com-
bined. Over 50,000 tons of peanuts are
brought to this port every year from the
French possessions in Africa, the average
value of the peanut (or arachide) oil
manufactured in this city being over $2,-
000,00.
"Not only is arachide a most excellent
table-oil, palatable, nutritious and health-
ful, and very much cheaper than olive
oil, but it is employed almost exclusive-
ly in the manufacture of a high-class
compound lard. For cooking sardines be-
fore packing in olive oil. I am told it is
unsurpassed. The best quality of arachide
oil is selling wholesale at about 80 or 82
cents per gallon at this time and lower
grades at from 55 to 65 cents.
'The process of manufacturing the oil


ing largely upon number of filtering and
the degree of clarification attained. The
residuum is pressed into cakes, making
an excellent and nutritious food for cat-
tle. This cake is selling at from 15 to 18
francs per 100 kilos, or from $2.90 to
$3.47 for every .220 pounds.
"There is not a particle of waste in
the manufacture. The shells are finely
ground, mixed with common molasses.
pressed into cake, and used as cattle food,
not so good it is true as the cake made
from the residuum of the nuts, but still
nutritious, and selling for about one-third
its price. To make a fuel, which burns
well and gives great heat, the powdered
shells are mixed with coal dust and
pressed into blocks.
"The records of the Bordeaux consulate
show that the exports of arachide oil to
the United States for the past five years
amounted to $115,220."

HUTCHINSON AUDIT CO.
PUBLIC ACCOUcTArTS & AUDITORS
Dyal-Upehurch BlUiUif
Phene Sr%. acmgaf M

DO YOU WANT FuxlAriufE?
For it will pay you to see the new Fur-
niture at-

MRar is's
Main Street. Jacksonville.


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 opr
SWhiskey absolutely pure and of the highest quality.
We guarantee every Order to be perfectly satisfactory,
or return your money.

Four Full Quarts Rose's

"Old Corn" or "Old Rye" or assorted $3.40, express
prepaid. Write for complete Price-Lst.

R. M. Rose Company,
16 West Porsyth Steet, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
ASK THE REVENUE OFFICER."


This Hotel has recently changed hands, and is under New Management
Throughly Renovated Throughout
Headquarters for Turpentine Operators
F. BARTOW STUBBS, I. D. CRAWFORD,
Proprietor. Master.



THE NEW HANGER

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HEARTY


Endorsed by all

Operators

Who Use

Herty Cups,


7


cuPS

Does Away with

All Danger

from Freeze,

Fire and Cattle.


PATENTED.
Can Be Manufactured Very Cheaply
and the demand is large. I want capital to
to put it on the market,

$5,000 WILL DO IT.

If you want a money-making proposition as safe as the
Bank of England, address me at once
THOSE. A. McGREGOR,
Halcyondale, Ga.



$500 CASE OF GRIP

Cured with one bottle of Johnson's Tonic. Don't
pay till you have gained 10 lbs. Price Sc. Write

The Johnson's Chill and Fever Tonic Co.,
SAVANNAH, GA.


T. A. Graham President. J. B. Grahm, Vice Priiddt
G. A. Graham Sec. Vice Presidet. T. A. Bedgood. Sec. sa Tuem.
Southern Real Estate and
Invesinent Co.
FLOMATON; ALA.
Turpentine Locations a Specialty.
Timber and Farming Lands o~uht aad Sold.
Local and Lona Distanmc PhoCo ConnetLm .
OFFICES OVER POSTOFFICE.


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This 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
Gum flows easier as there is less steel to drag over the PR
fresh cut.


Operator's Tool Company, Green Cove Springs, Fla.


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There was never a time when more in-
telligent heed should be paid to the warn-
ing against stock gamblers ana tauwe
gambling than the present, for the slight
mercy the great army of would-be spec-
ulators can expect at the hands of stock
exchange manipulators receives frequent
and pathetic illustrations. Never was a
more instructive lesson given of the wis-
Sdo of avoiding listed securities, the tar-
gets lending themselves readily to the
purposes of the conscienceless schemers,
with the result that the money of the
unfortunates is ruthlessly sacrificed and a
heavy burden of loss imposed upon those
who an ill afford to bear it.
For sher cold-blooded pitilessness the
gamblers on the floor of the stock ex-
chage have no equals. There is sup-
posed to be "honor among thieves," but
the code of the stock manipulator would
appear to be something from which ordi-
mary conceptions of honor are far re-
moved. The lambs who trust themselves
into te confines of the stock exchange
simply submit themselves as footballs be-
tween two sets of gamblers, one set as
merciless as the other, neither caring for
any interest but their own, and entirely
tmdiferent to the effect of their machina-
tion upon individuals and the country.
Some time, and that not far distant,
the law will reach out to the stock gamb-
ler jst as it reaches out to gather in the
humbler, no more offensive, and infinitely
ess destructive gamester. When that
time comes a plague-spot will be removed
from the country and the cause of social
order be immeasurably advanced.

No man ever learned to swim on dry
land. You must plunge in and try it.
A good may young men are standing
hlf served to death in the presence of
a ghost that never hurt anybody and
never will. That ghost is the thing that
says, "You can't do it. You know you
can't. What's the use of trying"
And these young men believe these
words and there they stand on the bank,
their clothe ia their hands all ready to
make the plunge, shivering like whipped
pp as they l to the lie of that
miserable ghoet of a thing that sneers and
iser and keeps a hand on their shoulders.
How do you know you cannot do the
thing you wish to do? You want to do it.
Yes have bee looking forward to the
time when you might do it. All your
pparation has beea for that particular
work; ad yet, you are afraid to make
tG i a T t tst -
Go Inand m That is the test of a -


ity and the proof of the ambition which
has been singing its song so long in your
ears.
Shut doors are in the face of nine out
of ten young men that seek entrance into
the business world today. Very seldom
any man finds the door wide open and a
hand stretched out ready to pull him in.
And it is a good thing that this is so.
The young man that has everything all
smoot led and planed for him to slide into
the great life surging all about him will
miss something that he ought to have to
make him the man he should be.
Being carried softly in the arms of
somebody all through boyhood and on into
young manhood is the thing that makes
soft men. The lad that dodges the street
car and the automobile mad all the other
vehicles that crowd our streets in these
days learns to dodge some other things
that swamp the boy that never has been
compelled to meet obstacles, but has been
carried on a pillow carefully around all
the hard places.
The thing for every young man to do
when he is ready for active life is to go
in and try it.
Too many young men are trying it by
proxy. Somewhere there is a father or a
mother or some other person who thinks
he tb,a friend, but who is sadly mistaken
about it, that is working his life out to
save those young folks from all the hard
things. There is no surer way to complete
failure than to have some one always
near at hand to lean on when the road
gets hard and wheels jolt over the rough
stones.
What makes strong men? What but
going right in and taking the hard knocks
on one's own breast? The blow that is
warded off by some other hand is not the
blow that makes the muscle stahd out
like a cushion of steel.
It is a sign of weakness to say, "I would
like to, but I am afraid I can't "
Say, "I can do it, and by the help of
God I will do it!" That is what wins
battles. It is what makes men.

A very few years ago, so recently that
everybody remembers the ase, a woman
was convicted of swindling and was sent
to the Ohio penitentiary. She was neither
young nor beautiful, but by mumas o
forged notes ad immensely valuable se-
curities she alleged she possesed, she bor-
rowed money right and left and inveigled
experienced and inuential men into lend-
ing her sums ranging from $500 to $2S,-
000. She wrecked a bank, brought one
(Continued on page 11.)


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Phosphate Machinery
Casting and Dryers


Certainty of rests

Aal crops
on-perishae product
Superior to all nrts

THE OPPORTUNITY OF TOMAV.
The first t plant a pec-e So
wil be e first to rea" a
treat harvest.
for full forafat aplF t-

THE GRIFFIN ROS. C

Jasls...l. flordia.


REALTY TITLE & TRUST CO.,
139 Realty Butlding, Jacksonville, Fl&.
CAPITAL 1S00.000,000. SURPLUS $1S,690.12.
Isbaes Astract of Ttle, Etes Leaf Msemy a Real Estate.
MODERN OFFICES FOR RENT.




TIMBER
25,000 acres of cut over lands on the St. Johns River, worlds of fat pine and
stumps. A good place to raise cattle and sheep. A good place for pine product
plant. Price, $1.50 per acre.
20,000 acres of cut over pine on the railroad; good land and fine grazing; omly
30 miles from Jacksonville. Price, $2.00 per acre; or would subdivide at $3.00 per
acre.
50,000,000 feet of yellow pine stumpage close to a lake with water transporta-
tion to Jacksonville; timber will cut 4,000 feet per acre. Easy logging. Price
$2.00 per thousand; terms of payment easy. Would sell in fee at price to be agreed
on per acre.
150,000,000 feet of pine and cypress can be logged to Jacksonville; about 35,-
600 acres in turpentine and 15,000 acres of virgin timber comprise this group whih
can be had in fee on the basis of $3.00 per thousand feet including the land. The
land alone will be worth the purchase price.
Several tracts of virgin pine in various parts of the State; tracts of l40y0
to 100,000 acres. Several going concerns, sawmills and turpentine places. Write,
us your needs. We have maps and estimates on most of the good properties in
Florida. We are in touch with buyers. We handle property that we eaa vomrc
for and handle direct from the owners.
4,000 acres of grazing lands near Dade City; is in the vegetable sad tobaeeo
district. Several small farms cleared land and houses Property is near rail-
road and is convenient to schools. Just the place for one or more families to aet-
tie; to farm and raise a her of cattle; $12,00 will purchase this tract. Term,
$2,000 cash, balance any way. that suits purchaser, with interest at t5 per ent.
JACKaSONVWL DEVnLOUF2UT cO,
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IL T. ARNOLD, Ado..' s Mansager.


SPub itohe Even S-turday.
nw rs (Dmrr oc)... D FPer ASman
-~T e Pine ead Itm Products.-
AR omim matlctme alAu be address
TIt Iandastr il Record Company,
SJecksonville. Fla.
rmelh EdltArial and Beiness OfBAoe a
Savannab. Ga.
mwireat the PastoCee at Jacksonime. Fla..
Ssecond-elam matter
LAfdopted by the Executive Comlmittee of
Turpentine Operator.' Asociation
eptember 12, 1902, as its exclusive offi-
eal organ. Adopted in annual convention
September 11 as the organ also of the gea-
ed aModationa
Adopted April 27th, 103, as the official
arg of the Interstate Cue Grower' A-
edaition. Adopted September 11, 1i9, as
the only ofieial organ of the T. 0. A.
Commended to lumber people by special
ruolution adopted by the Georgia Sawmill
Aomdiation.

THE RECORD'S OFFICES
The publishing plant and the main of-
Sof the Indtri Record COompany
re located at the intersection of Bay and
Newmas Streets, Jacksonville, Fla, in the
vur heart of the great turpentine and
yew pine industries.
The Savannah, Ga., office i in the Board
o Trade Building. Savannah is the lead-
ag open asml stores market in the world.

NOTICE TO PATRONS.
A" -ay t for advertising the In-
dtriadl ec d lnh1criptioe thereto
ut kemade direct to the home office in
Jack vil Agent are not alewed to
m e cileetlems asier any -- -
bn for advertising and subecriptio are
met out from t h office, when due,
amd an r ittaces mdst be made direct
to thi- company.
lndustrisl eut Publia C,

NEW LUMBER COMPANY AT SHREVE-
PORT.
The American Tie & Timber Company
has been incorporated at Shreveport, La.,
with a capital of $25,000. D. G. Petty,
8r., formerly president of the D. G. Petty
Lumber Co., of Boleyn, La, is president
of the company; D. G. Petty, Jr., vice-
president, and J. J. Marshall, secretary-
treasurer. The main office of the com-
pany is to be in the Continental Bank
& Trust Co.'s building, Shreveport. The
company begins active operations at once.
The business of the corporation is to
manufacture, purchase and sell lumber,
ties and timber, either wholesale or retail;
to 'construct, purchase, lease, sublease.
maintain and operate for the manufac-
ture of timber, lumber, and to sell same;
to build sawmills, lumber and tie mills,
planing mills, shingle mills, and other
plants necessary for the manufacture of
lumber, ties and other articles of wood;
to purchase, own and sell timber, timber
S. lands, purchase, lease, sub-lease and ope-
rate tram roads, canals and boats, etc.
The land and timber holdings of this
company are very extensive, and they
will employ a large force of men in hand-
ling the various lines of their business.
J. J. Marshall is active manager for the
concern.

APPROVED METHODS FOR PROLONG-
InG THE LIF OF MINE TIM-
BEUS.
The Forest Service of the United States
Department of Agriculture has been con-
ducting experiments with a view of as-
certaining the best means of prolonging
the life of mine timbers. The results of
these experiments have been embodied in
a eireular of several pages, showing the


plans pursued and the methods of treat- plans for the erection of an open-tank
ment. Summing up, the government wri- wood-preserving plant at one of its col-
ter says: lieries.
"If a mining company has proved by "In order to apply a preservative treat-
actual experiment that timber preserva- ment successfully, a mining company must
tion is practical and economical, it should be able to regulate its timber supply. To
be in a position to carry it out. To do regulate this timber supply and to make
this timber cannot be rushed directly adequate provisions for the future, it is
from the woods to the mines; there must advisable that mining companies own and
be time for preparing it for treatment and operate tracts of timberland. By peeling
for treating it. This means the storage and seasoning timber where it is cut a re-
of a reserve supply of felled timber at duction in freight charges of 30 to 40 per
one or more points, cent is possible.
"To insure a regular supply of timber "The waste timber about the mines can
for their present and future needs min- be utilized, and the unnecessary waste
ing companies should purchase and ope- largely prevented."
rate tracts of timber land. For such an
investment to be permanent, the logging THE STRENGTH OF STRUCTURAL
must be carefully and economically done, TIMBER.
and the forest protected from fire and Before putting a timber into a structure
managed on sound principles. The tim- every builder must know the strength of
ber should be peeled immediately upon be- the timber and the maximum load it will
ing felled in the woods, and allowed to have to' carry. Building laws generally
season while waiting on cars for ship- require that the material used shall be
ment. In this way freight charges on from three to six times as strong as is
bark and a portion of the water present actually necessary.
in green wood will be save( and the tim- Loblolly, longleaf, and Norway pines
ber will be rendered more nsistant to de- and tamarack are among the principal
cay. In many cases the ti.ne consumed structural timbers of the eastern United
before and during transportation may be States, and Douglas fir and western hem-
enough to season the timber sufficiently lock of the western. In the trade, lob-
to prepare it for preservative treatment lolly pine is classed both as Virginia pine
on its arrival at the mines, and as North Carolina pine. Virginia
"A careful and thorough inspection of pine is made up principally of material
all timber is strongly recommended. It from the northern part of the loblolly
would be poor economy to apply expen- pine belt, and is inferior in quality to
sive preservative treatments to defective the North Carolina pine, so that the dis-
material. Timber cut from land owned tinction is one of grade rather than one
by the mining company should be inspect- of locality. Longleaf yellow pine as
ed in the woods or at the poitn of ship- known on the market may include the
ment, to avoid unnecessary freight better grades of shortleaf pine and Cuban
charges. Timber shipped to the mines by pine. It has for a long time been the
outside parties should be just as carefully standard construction timber of the east.
inspected. At present, timber is some- Norway pine, also known as red pine, is
times accepted in such condition that it is lumbered principally in Michigan, Wis-
doubtful whether its service in the mines consin and Minnesota, where it is mar-
would pay for the cost of setting it, ex- keted with white pine as northern pine.
elusive of the cost of the timber. No Douglas fir, called in different localities,
matter how critical the timber situation yellow fir, red fir, Oregon pine and Doug-
may be, it is believed that the policy of las spruce, is cut most extensively in
accepting everything is a poor one. Washington and Oregon. Western hem-
"More supervision in the setting of mine lock, which is obtained from the same
timber is suggested. A contract system region, suffers from the reputation of
of timbering without proper supervision Eastern hemlock, but is far superior for
means setting the greatest amount of structural purposes. On account of the
timber in the shortest possible time, re- prejudice against it, it is often sold under
gardless of where and how the timber is such names as Alaska pine and Washing-
placed. If timber is so placed that it can ton pine, spruce or fir.
not properly resist the strains to which Recent tests by the Forest Service show
it is subjected, and its strength is not longleaf pine to be the strongest and
utilized, it represents a partial or total stiffest of all the timbers named, with
loss. If it will pay to treat timber with Douglas fir a close second; while West-
preservatives in order to resist decay, it ern hemlock, Loblolly pine, Tamarack, and
will surely pay to handle it right to re- Norway pine follow in the order given.
sist the allied factors of destruction. Fortunately, Douglas 'fir and Western.
"It should be borne in mind that the hemlock, of which there are comparatively
results derived from these experiments large supplies, have high structural merit,
are especially applicable to the Pennsyl- as has also Loblolly pine, the chief tree
vania and Southern pines used in the an- upon which the Southern lumber com-
thracite mines of the Schuylkill region. panies are depending for future crops.
For other forms of mining and in other Much of the information hitherto avail-
regions it will be necessary to conduct able concerning the strength of timber has
other experiments to meet local require- been secured from tests of small pieces
ments. without defects. This cannot safely be
"Results obtained by actual experiment assumed to hold good for large-sized tim-
clearly prove that it will pay mining com- bers as found on the market, since these
panies to peel their timber, to season it contain such defect sas checks, knots,
for several months, and to treat it with cross grain, etc. The location of the de-
a good wood preservative. Loblolly and fects varies the extent to which they
pitch pine have been most successfully lessen its strength; and the proportion
preserved by treatment with creosote in of heart and sap wood, and the state
an open tank. This method of treatment of seasoning, must also be considered.
is simple and economical. As a direct Circular 115 of the Forest Service, just
result of the experimental work the con- issued, gives the results of tests that
pany is considering the advisability of have been conducted during the past four
taking up wood-preserving work on a years at timber testing laboratories in
more extensive basis, and has drawn up different parts of the country. This eir-


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start gathering it. If yeo are intreie
come down and let us ahew you momi
in that lie that i WORTH HAVIM~
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14 WEST AY ST. JACIWISI mI I -l

eular will be mailed upon applicatio to
The Forester, Forest Service, Wahington.
D. C,

NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR LT-
TERS PATENT.
Notice is hereby given, pursuant to the
statutes of the State of Florida, that we,
the undersigned, intend to apply to Ber
Napoleon B. Broward, Governor of the
State of Florida for Letters Patent, to be-
issued to THE KENNEDY-BROWN AD-
VERTISING COMPANY, in acconioes
with the articles of association herein-
after set forth, and adopted a pro-
posed charter.
LESLIE KENNEDY,
WMi W. BROWN,
HARRY G. AIRD,
S. F. HALL,
CHAS. 8. ADAMS.
Jacksonville, Florida, October 26, 19W.

PROPOSED CHARTER OF THE kZE-
NEDY-BROWN ADVERTISING
COMPANY.
We, the undersigned, have associated to-


The Wealth of the

Old Families.
Often disappeased, evaporated, ad the
new generation was left bt oe r tw
thLn of real varlu. Amu the vas -
ables (in 99 eases out of a unmded)
a chest of old silver, the most meanl a
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gather for the purpose of forming a cor-
oratio for profit, under the laws of the
State'of Florida and adopt the following
s a pro p ed carter:
Article L
Tle name of the corporation is THE
K EDY-BROWN ADVERTISING
COMPANY, and its principal place of bus-
ineis is in Jacksonville, Duval County,
Florida.
Article II
The general nature of the business to
be conducted by this corporation shall be
to manufacture, buy and sell advertising
specialties; to purchase, lease, handle and
L control patents, copyrights and trade-
Smarks; to conduct a printing and litho-
graphing business; to buy, own, lease,
mortgage and sell real and personal prop-
Sety in the State of Florida and else-
where; to have all the rights, powers and
pdrvileges of corporations organized under
the laws of Florida and to do all such
other and further things as may be deem-
-ed necessary or expedient in the successful
transaction of the business by the com-
pay.
Article IIL
The capital stock of this corporation is
/T1irty Thousand ($30,000.00) Dollars, to
.be divided into Twelve Hundred (1200)
share, at a par value of twenty-five
(S600) dollars each; all or any part of
-the capital stock of said corporation may
be payable in property, labor or services
*at a just valuation to be fixed by the
board of Directors, at a meeting called
for seuh purpose.
Article IV.
Re term for which this corporation is
to exist is ninety-nine (99) years from
amd after the date of Letters Patent.
Article V.
The bainess of said corporation small
be conducted by the following officers: A
Prelddet, Vice-President, Secretary,
i Tremrer, and a Board of Directors, con-
e .ting of Five (5) stokholders. The Di-
etors shall be elected by the stoekhold-
am at each annual meeting and no per-
ea eaa be a Director unless he is a stock-
older qualified to vote at the election
at which he is chosen.
All other officers and agents of this
corporation shall be chosen or appointed
at the time or times and in the manner
provided by the By-Laws.
The anmua meeting of the stockholders
of this corporation shall be held on the
rst Saturday in May of each year, be-
ginning in the year 1998. Until the offi-
cers elected at the first annual meeting of
the stockholders shall be qualified, the
business of this corporation shall be eon-
dueted by the following officers: E. Les-
lie Kennedy, President; Wm. W. Brown,
Vice-President; Henry G. Aird, Treasurer;
8. F. Hall, Secretary, and they together
with Cha. S. Adams shall constitute the
Srst Board of Directors.
Article VL
The highest amount of indebtedness tc
which this corporation can at any time
subject itself shall'be Ten Thousand ($10,
1.00) Dollars.
Article VIL
The names and residences of the incor
porators and the amount of capital stoel
uibseribed by each are:
SE. Leslie Kennedy, 400 shares, $10,000.
Wm. W. Brown, 200 shares, $5,000.00.
BeHry G. Aird, 8 shares, $200.00.
E. F. Hall, 16 shares, $400.00.
Chas S. Adams, 2 shares, $50.00.
Al residents of Jacksonville, Fla.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the subserib
lag incorporators have hereunto set their
hmadis aind seals.
E. LESLIE KENNEDY, (Seal)
SWM. W. BROWN, (Seal.)
HENRY G. AIRD, (Seal.)
S. F. HALL, (Seal.)
CHASE. S. ADAMS, (Seal.)
S State of Florida, Coumnty of Duval:
Before me this day personally appeared
Leslie Kenedy, Wp. W. Brown, Hear
I Aird, S F. Hal and Chas. S. Adanu
wh are wel known to me and known t
S tobe te persons described in and wh
Sthe toregoing charter and artie
of incorporation, and severally aeknowl
edged before me that they executed th
-sm for the purpomea therein expreis
*.d n*t for Q.


WITNESS my hand and official seal WANTED-At once, two good, sober,
this 25th day of October, A. D. 1907, at reliable turpentine woodsmen. Give ref-
Jacksonville, in and for said county andy application.
State. eences and salary wanted in application.


T. J. BROOKS,
Notary Public State of Florida.
(Seal.)
My Commission expires Sept. 18, 1911.
10-26-5t

NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
AMENDMENT OF CHARTER.
Notice is hereby given that on the 18th
day of November, A. D. 1907, the under-
signed will apply to the Governor of the
State of Florida for an amendment to its
charter in accordance with the following
resolutions adopted at a special meeting
duly called for that purpose on the 7th
day of October, 1907, at which'three-
fourths of the stock was represented by
person and proxy.
Resolved, That that part of Section three
of the Charter of this Corporation read-
ing as follows: "Payment of said capital
stock shall be received only in cash," shall
be amended to read as follows:
"Payment of said capital stock shall be
received in cash or in property in lieu of
cash when said properties have been duly
appraised and accepted as such payment
for stock by the Board of Directors.
JACKSONVILLE DEVELOPMENT COM-
PANY,


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By J. A. HOLLOMON,
Secretary.


WANTED
4ND

FOR SALE
Rate for this coldum Is s eats per wor
for fir insertion and 1 emt per wrd for
following insertions. No advertim t
taken for less than 40 cents for iAt, sad
20 cents for following inertion. Cah
must accompany orders unless you 've
an account with us.

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

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.
10-12-4t

WANTED-Al eommisarie to dan up
their bars of an kinds of sed smac and
burlaps. We buy everything in the way
of seka. Write Am. AfiereaF ilme 0.,
Jacksonville, fa.

FOR ALE--A desirable turpentine lo-
cation, well located on railroad, fifteen
crops of boxes; timber to cut about nine
more crops. Moderate price. Schedule upon
Application. Address N. R. Hays, Apelach-
ieola, Fla.
INFORMATION WANTED
As to present whereabouts of Isom Smith.
I He is a yellow negro, sharp faced, about
Sfive feet ten inches high, weighs from
S145 to 160 pounds. Last heard of in
o Oala district. Suitable reward for in-
s formation that will enable me to locate
- him. Address
P. L WEEKS & 00,
11-16-lt Ehrille, Fla.


Romeo Turp. Co., Romeo, Fla. 11--3t

WANTED High-class scheme goods
salesmen that will command big pay, to
tell drug specialties among commissaries
principally. We don't want a cheap man.
Will pay either salary or commission.
Commissary Supply Company, Birming-
ham, Ala. 6-22-tf
FOR SALE CHEAP-Turpentine location,
15 crops virgin, yearling and 3rd year
boxes. 3,000 acres round timber. Lot of
high boxes can be worked for protecting
from fire. Homesteads being proved up in
abundance. 20 miles from Pensacola.
Water rate. A bargain to the man with
the mony. J. F. Mathis, Penseaol, Fla.


FOR SALE-Small turpentine place for
cash. Price 8,50000. Good backing. Ad-
dress Operator, care Industrial Record. tf


Walter ,lucklow,
C~i.LrzrD PUBLIC ACCOU Q AM,
Rooms, 6-47-48 Matl LIle 3Mg

JACKSONVILLE. ILA.




CHAS. A. CLARK, I.

Phone 136. Jacklonville. Fla.


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published daily and is from 12
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Full Telegraphic and Stock
reports. If you want to keep
posted on the news, get the
Metropolis.


CARTER & RUSSELL PUB. CO.

JACKSOV LLE, FLORIDA.

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COMPARATIVE MARKET REPORTS.
Spirits went to 42 cents at Savannah on Wednesday of the past week,
Sand %c lower for Jacksonville the same day. It rallied slightly toward the
end of the week closing on Friday at Savannah at 4514, and Jacksonville, 431/s.
The feature of the week was the sharp advance in pale rosins, the three high-
est grades advancing 25 to 40c. per bbl.
SPLITS OF TURPENTINE FOR THE WEEK HERE AND AT SAVANZA L
Price. Bale Bhipmem. Ieepta. Ulas
Jax. Say. Jan. a Ja. Ja. Sa. Jan. Bar. Jan. m.
SSaturday ... 43 3 302 568 ... 413 171 1,04030,015 34,512
Monday ....42% 43 436 416 35 3,549 519 55630,186 31,519
STuesday .... 42 42/ 255 1,022 517 180 539 94130,670 32,80
Wednesday ..41% 42 351 209 17 3 344 76031,192 33,015
Thursday ... 421 43 133 396 48 1,46 382 64431,519 32,94
Friday .....43 45/4 444 32 23 255 417 57431,83 32,513
I FOR THE WEEK IM AND A SAVANZAH.
Saturday. Monday. Telamy. Wedsmday. Thmudr ftr y.
Jax. Sa. Jax. Jax. J an Jan. 8aT. Jax. Ba. Je. am.
VWW ...... 6.25 6.10.... 6.251.... 6.256.25 6.2516.50 6.506.50 6.50
WG .......16.15 6.00.... 6.15 .1... 6.1 6.156.25 6.256.25 6.25
N ..........75 5.50.... 5. 7.. 5.75.5 5. .80 5.8 5.805.80 5.80
M ......... 5.10 5.10.... 5.10.... 5.105.10 5.105.10 5.105.10 5.10
K ......... 4.60 4.75.... 4.75.... 4.754.60 4.704.75 4.754.75 4.75
I... ...... 3.90 3.95.... 3.95.... 3.953.50 3.753.75 3.753.75 3.80
H ......... 3.50 3.(65.... 3.50.... 3.553.20 3.403.30 3.303.30 3.55
G .......... 3.40 3.60.... 3.40.... 3.453.20 3.353.25 3.253.25 3.40
F ......... 3.40 3.60.... 3.35.... 3.403.15 3.303.25 3.253.25 3.40
E .........3.40 3.CO.... 3.35.... 3.403.10 3.253.25 3.253.25 3.30
D ......... 3.35 3.45.... 3.30.... 3.353.10 3.203.25 3.253.25 3.30
CBA .......3.35 3.45.... 3.30.... 3.353.10 3.203.25 3.253.25 3.30
REPOT OF ROda MOVXCMNT HER2 AD AT 8AVTAUAa.
Jax. Saw.Jan. Sa. Jax. a wr. Jan. saw.
Saturday ................ 1,002 3,7364,300 377 741 4,67449,742 101,881
Monday .................... 2,191 439 8,4652,107 2,44448,183 9C5,
Tuesday .....................2,6652,350 1,4321,975 3,38949,851 97,A
Wednesday .............. 5,2 3,575 248 4181,521 4,16549,476 100,804
Thursday ................ 1,529 2,9512,08 4,1441,922 2,43.0,749 99,92
Friday ................. 1,607 3,80 1,141 3,1141,836 2,905,33 98,83
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"AS YE SOW SO SHALL YE REAP."

One Week's Harvest of Month's of Wildcat Specu- I
lating, Gambling in Margins, Floating of I

Watered Securities and the Juggling with
Depositor's Money in Tainted Banks.

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 1.
Otto Heane A Co. suspended.
Augustus Huene resigned as president of the Mercatile Bank of New
York.
State Savings Bank of Butte, Montana, dosed its doors.
Big Inacial Am in Hamburg, Germany, went under.
FRIDAY, OCTOBER it
Mew York Clearing House Com ttee forced the resignation of all the di-
rectors of the Mercantile Bank. Charles W. Morse and L R. Thomas were
among the umber.
Stocks on the New York Exchange made new low records.
SATURDAY, OCTOBER iq.
Heinse, More and Thoma sacrifice all kinds of securities at extremely low
prices in order to pay back loans to Mercantile and other banks.
Clearing House Committee works all day and night, trying to straighten
out the Mercantile tangle.
TUESDAY, OCTOBER a2.
Knickerbocker Trust Company closed its doors after a run of several
hours' duration, during which time nearly $8,ooo,ooo was paid out to depos-
itors.
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 23.
A run started on the Trust Company of America, during which $rzzooo0ooo
was paid out over its counters and those of its branches.
Four Westinghouse concerns of Pittsburg went into the hands of receivers.
Pittsburg Stock Exchange closed to prevent panic.
Secretary Cortelyou announced that he would place $25,ooo,ooo in New
York banks to abate the stringency. He also placed $5,ooo,ooo in Pittsburg
banks. S
THURSDAY, OtTOBER 24.
Run continued on the Trust Company of America, but owing to outside a
assistance it was able to pay the depositors in full.
Three small banks in New York were compelled to close after runs lasting
early all day.
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 25.
Six banks in Greater New York, with aggregate deposits of over five mil-
lion dollars, closed their doors.


ELECTRIC LIGHT AND POWER PLANTS
FOR MILLS AND FACTORIES.
REMINGTON OIL ENGINES
OPERATING ON KEROSENE.

KARL FRIES - BRUNSWICK, GA.



JOS. ROSENHEIM SHOE CO.
NAJAGnr war AMND JO-3NEr OF


SHOES


and Mellow. By the saBo. ".t fo;r tl
Squares LI., expre preas d.
We handle al te leadtin brands of Rye and Bourbon hoWhjis l the mst
and wll save you from S to 50 per cent on your purehass. Send far priee 1 t ma
cataklogu. MaUed free upon applUction
The Altmayer &( Flatau Liquor Company
720, 722, 724 W. Bay Street Jicmenvlle, FR.

SIl ll l I II115111 I l t lIl l lll IS1llllli il ii 11181 1
J. WIUA.m Prsent J. A. G. CAmo, i1 Vic.Pnue i S 1
-T. A. Jnaro. ad Vioe-Preidet. J. F. DamnTrraJ Vi a
H. L KATrro, Secretary. a e. ScInr Trrr.

J. P. WILLIAMS COMPANY,
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S" rane Afl- J PE COL., FLX. Bruamek Bameery We,
-- treb 0tn.1 JACUM lLLK, PL C| OLU 1 1" ,, ,
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; Naval Stores Producers are Iavited to Coruespa WiRAh U..
Stllt al 33ll1111a 1iiiinii 1ii itt ii 11 t 111 i iiJ i iiStII I


WILLIAM A. BOURS JAMES (


WILLIAM A, BOURS COMPP
THE OtLUST ESTABLISHED GRAIM ASD SD E i TUE STAlT.
flay, Grain, Feed, Garden


Seeds, Poultry Supplies, flour,
Grits, Meal and fertilizers.
OUR MOTTO: Prmpt Sblpment, ReMane Geeds.


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President.


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WEST FLYNN & HARRIS CO.
__ IGERMANIA BLDG. SavInnaM, Ga.
GENERAL OFICEST 1 D0. Jaew a.

NAVAL STORES FACTORS
NAVAL STORES RECEIVED AT SAVANAH, GA., JACEKSOMr ,
FLA, AD FrNaAZDIA, TLA.

Wholscale Grocers also Dealers in Hay. Grain sad Heary
HamO&T

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SO*LE AG.. AaOB & FMC l"hgindf aVMs,


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SAVANAH, GA.


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JACKUONYILLN, FLA.


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TAMPA MONUMENTAL WORKS, -
DR A.LRS IN44
Monuments, Headstones, Iron Fencing and Italian Ststuary
NO JOB TOO LARGE. NO JOB TOO SMALL.
MAIN OFFICES 310 ZACH STREET, TAMPA. PLA.

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OLDM ARP W2Am& Ma... 0j
RMe 13- the vaon S. -r
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rEO. J. COLEMAN-Pure Plefispl.
$2.1; four ftu qWuart.% I .5g glo
ANVIL RYE-Pr Substant ia
Whic.y. By the gaf,.. 6 Sw
quarts 3.2.9 0 prPaMA.
CLFFORD RY--By the sae 5u
tour Sa quarts 3.01 merms sre s
OLD KarmAuLx CON-Db bz a
Bonded Warehouse; ne and eM. B t
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(Continued from page 6.)
, eial to an untimely end, sent another
to prison ad dealt ruin to hundreds of
depeitora. Her swindling operations car-
ried -O over a long period of years, aggre-
pO nearly S1A,00000.
e was arrested, indicted, convicted
sad sent to the penitentiary. She died
thr, in poverty, in disgrace, in what to
her was life imprisonment for her mis-
Sdei s. That's the story of Cassie Chad-
wick. Even if it is admitted that justice
sad nothing more was meted out to her,
there will be a little sympathy for her,
beoise she was a woman.
But there is gross injustice to Cssie
Ot dwiek and to every other convict, man
or womn, who languishes in prison for
aris, if greater criminals are allowed
to go free, not only free, but are held in
social and bancial esteem. The recent
Sdjmdoeur in New York eity show that
gh baanr" have enriched themselves
with less justifiatio than Cassie Chad-
wilk eaiimlo
sh iveigled individuals into voluntary
artig with their money. The New York
"mral r of industry" took from unus-
pating stockhlders money that belonged
to them; compiled them, involuntarily, to
Bli the pockets of the "magnate" with
the hundreds of thousands of dollars which
their investment had earned but which
they were ot allowed to have.
Mrs. Chadwick *as arrested, sent to the
peitetiary and miserably died there.
But the aneiers of the big eonern which
bought property for a small sum, sold it
to their own corporation for more than
three times its east and divided the spoils
amon themseves are as yet untouched
bf law. Whether or not they ema be
a.ad remains to he see
ThA womsa was sent to prison and
died there. If this treatment was jumsu.
to Mrs. Cadwick, the me kind of js-
lse shold be meted out to the male
How may more warnings like those
furnished by the wildly erratic doings o0
the tok market for the past few days
does the gentle lamb require before he
win quit for good the places where the
bharers are always waiting for him?
-It matters not whether Mr. Heinz "got
Sit in the neck" or whether his enemies
were bitte i the flank; whether Mr.
RIgers has been compelled to dig into his
sans or Mr. Morgan has stowed away a
iw a mie mions in his wallet; whether
Amalgamated is a marvelous bargain at
the present price or United Cooper i a
wrthlems piece of paper at any price-
the result to the eonfding gentlemen who
Smake up the "public" is always the same
eme they get- tangled up in the machin-
ery run by the big fellows.
Therefore, take no man's advise to pur-
me listed, and therefore manipulated
stocks, no matter how wondrously they
Sar touted as "bargains." Most of them
e been called that at each scceeding
leel sind e last January. And after each
-fre slump new explanations were in or-
der. Better not be one who stands in
Smsd of may sech comfort.

Real estate is the conservative bais
ift aB values; it is the one absolutely safe
sound investment. If bought right it
.i the granted proft-making opportunity
ar eeame. The bst investment is the
S o .mes -of le s in nthe b of a
grewg ety. Then when the ity ex-
-is a" develops the suburbs become
ammse geat ad vlahbles asset


Make Money in Jacksonville Real Estate


STEN DOLLARS STARTS YOU


W E HAVE DECIDED TO PLACE ON SALE a Special Fall Com-
* bination of Investment Jacksonville Real Estate that will at once ap-
peal to every man and woman who can place as much as $10 a month in a
real estate savings account. The combination at the low price made is just
as sure to bring a fifty to one hundred per cent profit as Jacksonville is sure to
grow. It takes in three of the most rapidly developing sections of Jackson-
ville. It "corners the situation and makes the small investor absolutely sure
of his profits. By buying three lots in the Special Fall combination the in-
vestor can save $150 on the present selling prices. The three lots (any choice
from plats) in this combination, and their present selling prices follow:


Murray Hil eights, approached by beautiful Highway
avenue, paved, or from St. Johns drive, paved, near the
new million-dollar shops of the Seaboard Air Line Rail-
way, and a subdivision that is an white, and extremely
poplar, present selling price
Pine Crest Park, near the corner of Myrtle avenue and
Kings road, in front of the Edward Waters College site
and adjacent to more new cottages than any other section
of Jacksonville, present selling price
East Grand Park, approached by beautiful Kings road. a
gnicent suburb, high-class, clean, strictly white and
rapidly developing, present selling price


TOTAL


We will sell these cor
tions, limited number
until otherwise advis


$200


$550

$150


$700

mbin&a-
er, and
ed, for .


The present selling prices of these lots make a total of $700. They can
be bought only in these combinations at the phenomenally low rate of $550,
and on the easy terms of $10 cash and $10 a month without interest or taxes.
Only a limited number of these combinations will be sold. Therefore, ACT QUICK.
Leave the selection to us and we will give you absolutely the best choice unsold, guaranteeing
you at least one corner out of the three lots. We issue a straight contract for deed. Our titles
are absolutely perfect. We guarantee every lot high and dry.
PLACE SAVINGS IN JACKSONVILLE DIRT.
Jacksonville, the gateway to Florida, is the most rapidly growing city in all the South,
perhaps in the country. Devastated by fire six years ago, it is today a city of over fifty thou-
sand people and growing at a rate that is phenomenal. It is a cosmopolitan city-made up
of a fine citizenry from all sections of the world. It is one of the cleanest, healthiest, most
beautiful cities of its size in America. It is a city of magnificent homes, churches, schools. It
is a city with a great future. Ships from its harbor reach every port of the world. Great
trunk railway lines connect the four corners of the United States. It is a city of unprece-
dented opportunities for safe, sound, profitable real estate investments. It has never had a
boom. It wants none. The rapidly increasing values follow natural causes The city is
growing so rapidly the suburbs are fast becoming the centers of business and residential ac-
tivities. Real estate values in the city alone increased over a million last year--the suburbs
increased in a greater proportion.

LOOK US UP!
The Jacksonville Development Co. has a capital stock of $500,000 and assets of $800,000.
Its officers and directors are among the leading bankers and business men of the South. As to
our reliability and financial standing, ask the banks.
JACKSONVILLE, DEVELOPMENT CO.,
Jacksonville, Fla.
N. B.-We publish on the 1st and 15th of each month The Investors' Guide. If you are in-
terested in real estate and desire to place your surplus savings in the safest and most profit-
able security on earth, tell us to send this paper to you a few months FREE.
J. D. CO.


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12 THE WEEKLY INDUSTRIAL RECORD.
Capital $200,00
HUTCHINSON SHOE COMPANY. 4
VICTOR SHOES AND HATS
Wholesale Jacksonville, Fla.


Consult Your Best


Interests!


If yoe do you wHI buy the faneus RIXFORD
TURPENTINE AXE. Do't let your dealer per-
Ssuade yo that some other axe is "Just as

Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery.
The RIXFORDis ever beinl Imitated, but nemv-
er eclaled. BUY TOI BEST--BUY RIXFORD'S.



W. Briggs Hardware Co.

SoLe SuthAm Agints

VALDOSTA. GEORGIA
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WV.. L HENDERSO, Pra,
L & CRAFT, Vice-Pre.


I. BERGER, Gen. gr. and Vice- Pre&a
JNO. SAVARESE, Tream.
R. T. RICHARD, Secdy.


TAMPA DRUG


Wholes*ie


Manufacturing


CO.


Druggists,


TAMPA, FLORIDA.
FWb and complete line of all kinds of Drugs, Chemicals
and Patent Medicines
SPECIAL ATTENTION 70 COMMISsARY JRADE.
PROMPT ATTENTION TO ALL ORDERS.





ATLANTIC COAST LINE R, R.

GOES EVERYWHERE


North, South East and

West.
Through Pullman Service on All Trains.

CONSULT THE "PURPLE FOLDER."

For detailed information, schedules, rates and reser-
veaions see your nearest Ticket Agent, or write or
call o


W. A. WvLb ]IOT. or
Ticket Agesit
Atimatlc Com Li.U.
JLackmvile, Fla


FRANK C. BOYLSTON,
District Pais. Agent
Atlantic Cqat Lin.
JasckMnville, fla


Clyde Steamship Company


NEW YORK, CHARLESTON AND FLORIDA LNES
The magnificent sterripa of this hi are appointed to ail a follow, eab as
Cehrlste, S. C, both ways.


From New York,
(Pier 3 ert ive.)


Saturday,
Monday,
Wednesday,
Friday,
Saturday,
Tuesday,
Thursday,
Saturday,
Monday,
Wednesday,
Thursday,
Saturday,
Tuesday,
Wednesday,
Friday,


Nov. 2,at3:00pm ....COMANCHE .... Thursday,
Nov. 4, at 3:00pm ...... HURON....... Saturday,
Nov. 6,at 3:00pm.... IROQUOIS ....Monday,
Nov. 8, at 3:00pm ..... APACHE ..... Wednesday,
Nov. 9,at3:00pm .... ALONQUIN.... Friday,
Nov. 12,at 3:00pm .... ARAPAHOE ... Sunday,
Nov. 14, at 3:00pm ....COMANCHE .... Tuesday,
Nov. 16, at 3:00pm ...... HURON....... Thursday,
Nov. 18, at 3:00pm .... IROQUOIS..... Saturday,
Nov. 20, at 3:00pm ....... APACHE ..... Monday,
Nov. 21, at 3:00pm ... ALGONQUIN ... Tuesday,
Nov. 23, at 3:00pm ...ARAPAHOE...... Thursday,
Nov. 26, at 3:00pm ......APACHE...... Sunday,
Nov. 27, at 3:00pm .... .ALONQUIN..... Monday,
Nov. 29, at 3:00pm .... IROQUOIS .... Thursday,


*Freight only.


Firn Ja" New Tf


Nov. 7, at l:08a
Nov. 9, at 19:0lO
Nov. 11, at 10:am
Nov. 13, at 1:6b a
Nov.15, at IO:.k
Nov. 17, at l 4-.
Nov. 19, at 10akm
Nov. 21, at 19:l a
Nov. 23, at 10-:m
Nov. 25, at 0leMa
Nov. 26, at 10:0rm
Nov.28, at lS0-m
Dec. 1, at 1:0am
Dee. 2,a at 10Maa
Dec. 5, at O1:OAm


tNew York direct.


CLYDE NBW ENGLAND AND SOUTHERN LINES.
Freight Service Between Jackarvlle, Bosto and ProMiance, and all M"a=sa a1101
Caling at Chareston Both Ways.
FREIGHT ONLY.
From South e r s nt Cyeat a MM '
Lewis Wharf, Boton. STAMM J iha b .
Saturday, Oct. 12, at 3:00pm.... ONONDAUA..... Saturday, Oct. 19, at 1: kW .a
Thursday, Oct. 17, at 3:00pm......*CHIPPEWA.. Wednesday, Oct. 2, at 10-am
Saturday, Oct. 19, at 3:00pm...... KATAHDIN... Saturday, Oct. 26, at 10:t -
Saturday, Oct.26,at 3:00pm.... ONONDAGA.....Saturday, Nov. 2, at 10ft
Thursday, Oct. 31, at 3:00pm ..... KATAHDIN... Wednesday, Nov. 6, at 10:00m
*Via Brunswick, Ga.

CLYDE ST. JOHNS RIVER LINE
Between JackMavil and Sanfar .
Stopping at Palatka, Astor, St. Franets, Bereford (DeLmas), adm iuMnterse
landings on St. Johns River.
STEAMER "CITY OF JACKSONVILLE"
la appointed to sail as follows: Leave Jacksonville, Sunday, Twedays ad Thins
days, 3:30 p. m. Returning, leave Sanford Mondays, Wednesdayd and Fridray, .8-0
a m.
SOUTHBOUm I o-M ,
Read down I Rind u .
Lave 3:30p.m................... Jaekonvill .............. r .
I av 8:45p.m............... Platka.................... M.-ML
Leave 3:00a. m...................A.. .to .................... aLm p m.
............. B (D............... Br rd 1: p. m.
Arrive 8:30sa. ... .............. Sanford ................... Le sma.a
Arrive 10:00 aj .................... atri .................. 11 :-0a.-
GEHmRAL PASSENGER AND TICKET OFFICE, i W. BAT ST, JACK'VM
F. IroaMXONGXs JR, A. P. A., Jaj i aI F.'
JOHN PZimND L, T. P. A, A. C. GHAG r, a. A .
Jakmvile, Fla. Pier6 I. L i Tr.
0. a. TAYLOR, P. T. ., C. C. aBOWN, P. A., .
29o Bratvay, New TWIL
L. D. JOmS, T. F. A, L.S. OCAE C.LA, A
JackamavillfE la. s ., mwr Ta
C P. LOVZLL Aiswt, Jaebarilis, Fk.
GoIZAL OFFICES, POR 36, N. L. mnock, a ~ armaway, New

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ZANIS EUROPEAN HOTEL Duval Planing Mill Co.
UNDER REW MANAGEMENT sev h asd d Ave, Jacks..ae, Fla.
Builders and Contractors Will Do Well to
Rm5, oc to SLto Per Nliht. Meal at Have Us Bid on Their Work
Al He. i rs Bay Street. in our Line.
JACKSONILL], PLA. Phone 1749.


Ye. Want a Turpentine Location?
You Want a Sawmill Location?
You Want any Kind of florida Land?
You Mean Business?
SF Cafl on er Wrte to

J. H. Livingston & Sons,
OCALA. rLO RDA.


Brick and Budlding Material.
%Wie- y nemd these, Portli Cement, Plter Pari, Hard Wall
Plaster, Hair for Plastering, Siles, fire Brick or Cy. Write to
GEO. R- FOSTER, Jr., Jacksonville. Fla.


THE COMMERCIAL BANK
JA"cSONLLE. FLA. 3imchs.c 0 mid Lake oly
Tho' arpt leding State B te i Jaeksoaville. Is eouai in an osd-
famowili Aridy einnrative m and is subject to rqgahr ozaniuation
by the Oamopbvilw.
WrIMmdla and Uahiip Ae.mmd molidted.
I. Rooms", .a 3OWEN, H. GAILLARD,
Pi t vues -Pmiaret. casilder.


MACHINERY
Portable and Stationary Engine-
and Boilers, Saw Mills, Wood-
working Machinery and Supplies,
Complete line carried in stock.
Liberal Terms. Write for cata-
logue.
State Agents for the Olds Gas
and Gasoline Engines.


MALSBY MACHINERY


Address all communications to
CO,, 22 Ocean Street, Jacksonville, Florida
Lona Destance iPhe R 547.


j Standard Clothing Company i


One Price


B
S
S.


One Price


FASHIONABLE CLOTHIERS AND FUfRNISHERS,
7 a 1 s9 West Bay Street, Jacksoeville, Flornd
eto ad Hawes Hate. Spe eal Attet Given to Mail Orde.
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T U] RIPENT IV E BARRELS
ATLANTIC COOPERAGE COMPANY
Manufacturers
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 ;s a trial order.


A. MEAL WUT. platedar
J&ehmmVA VU


Mc ROY PATENT

Turpentine Cup.


The best and simplest cup
on the market. Detachable
Greater Capacity, easier
dipped ,more easily placed
on tree, stronger and prac-
tically indestructible. Will
not rust. For catalo and
price list write


IM 110 Pi0 TPINIE UIIP ft.
1015 Hibenia Building,
New Orleans. Louisana.




Barnes & Jessup Company


Jacksonville. Florida.


Naval Stores Factors and Commission
Merchants.

OFFICERS.
C. H. Barne. Present. J. A. Ewing. Vice-Prsidmell.
E. B. Well. Secretary and Treemrer.
DILECTOIRSs C. fH.rn-. J. A. Ewing, R. iHa J,
J. RI. Sanders. E. C. Long, W. E. Cnnmmer, E. B. Well.. W. S
Jennin. W. Tsylor.



9 -.* Turpentine Cups

As our supply of cups is limited, we -
gest that intending purehasears sd i
their orders promptly to insure delivery.
For rioe... On
Cups, Guttersand all Tools
Used "k t t system
Address

l .-Chattanooga Pottery

Company
acksonville, Florkl



East Coast Lumber Co.


ROUGH AND DRESSED LONO LEAF


Yellow Pine Lumber


Bundled Rosin Barrel Staves in Carload Lots
Steamer Shipmets a Specialty.


6WATERTOWN. FLORJDAi,


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THE WEEKLY INDUSTRIAL RECORD.


I Southern Drug Mfg. Company
WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS AND MANUFACTURERS OF
Flavoring Extracts, Packed Drugs, B. B. Bluing, Vinegar and Pyne's Popular R..nedias.
We handle everything in the Drug and Medicine line. Write for prices. JACKSONVILLE. FLA.


M. A. BAKER,
BAKER IMPROVED SEAMLESS


INVENTOR AND THE
MANUFACTURER OF
TURPENTINE STILLS.


Write m fsrrlc.. o.0 a iy lnt ltathe rtrentUe bIt
A M sold rea der a guarantee.
JOB WORK THROUGH THE COUNT LY PROMPTLY AT rENDEDTO
The Largest and Oldest Copper Works is the South.
My specialty is large wrms and heavy bottoms that do Met leak
BRUNSWICK, GA. and PENSACOLA, FLA.


I DIAMONDS AND WAT


CHES


We imply ask a caN. We can skow yes, at correct and mey
S avng prices, nmy papers f flese pre white, perfect
IAMONDS. It Is ear detre to contife bete the Iargest
oimead delsers it Jackseaviie, and ear specialty Is nse ream-
c c gems med Ig-grae Walt a d Elgi Watches.
IHEl; gC a 01Ol. Daumuls, Watches, Jewemry,
8 3 Uki ni-ldsSt., 331 W. b, Jkimmoah l

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Craig Bros Co.
239 W. Bay Street EVERETT BLOCK.

Leaders in Men's and Boys' Fine Cloth-
ing and Up-to-Date Furnishings.

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

Sou----he Stlates Naval Stores Co


Southern States Naval Stores Co.


Factors
Ship to Savannah


Savannah, Ga.
and Commission Merchants
Get Competition Highest Prie Promptest Retarns
Correspond With VUs


algeW agg w I g 11 ggIg ggggggga|g U | DO | gga||||ggg
W. W. Cars.., Pr. W. C. Tbeis, Manager. L. & Car s, Sa. am Trra

STampa Hardware Co.

: Wholesale
i Hardware
0
e Turpentine, Mill and Phosphate Supplies.

0 TAMPA, FLORIDA.


BEST TANKS
ON EARTH
Are made in Platka a., F, by G. Davis a
Son Tbey uJ acted cypn wood. Work-
mp.b.ip equal to the qushty of the materiaL
and t Che weh iMo n aobdotely qaed
Sdfordbity. Write them forprice and fa'
M. Di befSe yON P byal a tank .
O. M. DAVU & SON, Palatka, F196


DIRECTORS:
D. C. Ashdey.
G. A. PacmYr,
Ch.. IL Brow.
P. L Weeks.
J. G. Csflrd,
H. Weiber
s&. IL Der


D. C. ASHLEY, Pre et.
B. W. BLOUNT, Ist Vice Prtemdt
Md Genae Mar.
G. A. PETTEWAY, 2nd Vice P-e.
J. 1. ASHLEY, 3d Vice Pr.
S. IL BERG. Sec. and Tress.


Dclrolks:
LW. slust.
U.A. Coter.
T. 0. Oubreb.6
A. &. F601111401
BLC. lGndavr.
J. X Ashley.
W. T. &. 5b*


PENINSULAR NAVAL STORES CO. |
commission Merchants
and Wholesale Grocers
Receiving Points-Jacksonvie, Tampa and Fnmandia,
S Fl, Savannah, GC.

Capital Stock, $1,000.000.
0^^%^^^^^^^^^


H. D. WEED.


W. D. KNEIMSO0.


J. D. WEED X CO.,


Savannah, Georgia

HEADQUARTERS FOR
*


Hoop Iron and Turpentine

Boxing Axes.


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PLANTERS

"Old Time" Remedies
TIE JY OY THE RitS LD. .
I&M twts kih eMa w ibA
,eoI ...s ,. ao, ........ c 4. alia
a" eaw se e jY at ise tmhe ds is ar ab od, a H
s b-M, an y ih>e a h wls m pe hiy mereaf a
drln on- 4ear j mw a" yet 1 = 4=0a y, apannmy. 64 11011
Alnis, yjm ma m yea spok d ay a mna na t may bey _._
NOW" S2A--n 1JWA or fiWea F o-l tM Wea 10m01y me=Dide. It
VS sue an fimms, e Ji .al mey Uv sad!, Prevatms (hilf an a"Maaw
Imrw. Ckm w t- -umm a- -t f e MlMr; aml a Izatie towie f is withat
m i- ha Inrtln. Sa me onl,, t h ez=te.ly n pml.a-..m children
e -amfh i apUW lwea aUB
MbnAris h a wmm~as mmsmi. It will oar al the dieems emomuo t
womm, a edms as hmI TmLsl. It will ring youth bac to t raded woman,
Iftse bebmsw che thng it wommab ht. It will care for the
= and prepare the young woman ror the aered
CUAS rL- -The t' It Pait Kiler, for either mn or best. Believe.
nly, astb CmO Chokler Marbks, Diarrhoes, Dysteatery mad Sick Headache
S-- e na te R as hfanbiMe edy ad is ganrmnted to give nlief in Ie
CnM OKL- kst Bn am erwe Liiment. a matieptic for cats,
Ior 9 a@ 1, and wn smartly relieve the pain. Care inset bites ad sting,
ld --- raie maM mare., shape h0adsi and face, ore aad tender feet.
6r: p i.am, k heak, wr joints. ad in toek emres wire fenM eats.
-o Is- splk @Ml w m, mdilke -i m and dkemed best.
We us r o Pale.L
*SPENCER MEDICINE CO.. Chattanooga. Ten.



BEFORE MAKING YOUR PURCHASE!


ClwE LunnO CNN"n
JACcrwenvwar. F.A.
Mbrh_ d i NNW ff'-

Loan Loaf' Yehw P
eMW AM M&
080*e 6~e-O.OSe.S.6gSeOI $em099000-a 6*


I J. S. Schofied's Sons Coum ,


Distillees Pwnmlna

sou outntin
o ion d pum in Gear
1%wdaAlaama Mhhispp
* No polanthr ompWrete usbet
*Eundredmof hemjDIj 0al.
I am awrice.. we am


e Euvhs, e rs ami IU
Craig MuinbMry,




Macon, AfMad ple
U 0 1O&*'* lbr ftisilieftin. n.

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KNIGHT CROCKERY


FURNITURE COMPANY
JACKSONVILLE, FLA.


L. X. Pnt mimari. tes. P. L. WTHKRLAND, Vie-Pre.A.A. XD OVINGTON, 8ee'y
J. P. COUNCIL, Tres ana Gm'! NX.

THE COUNCIL TOOL CO.,
Genal OMes: JACKSONVELLE, FLA.
hactory: W*WWAlrl IL X. C.
Ww N.ef ip* rad- T se.
kll~rl~kr- -

W. L. WILSO., Jwo. e. IAWIS, G. J. scoVIL,
Sl c6rrid Vce fres. Sec'y a ea. *gr.

Florida Cooperage Company


bawrpeqad) Cap1tal Utak 0009000
MCANWACTUEWS OF


Tlurpentie, Cotton


Seed Oil, Dip


and Syrup Barrels.
WriM m r Fstry EnterpWise am Esltel Sftret s
TeIephose 1855 Jacksonville, fla.


J. W. mue.
Prediest.


0. EL Parkw
V10644ne


Jame MoNa
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W. 1VIOr


John R. Young Co,

Commission

Merchants.

Naval Stores ractrs. WMhesale oirmrs.


I


SavsArUal 4k Bruznsick, Ga


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JOSEPH


ZAPF CO
*P


Wholeisal Dealer. in and Botntlrs cI


ANHEN SER-BVUSeH
St. Louis Lager Beer
w tul...


Write for Pries


Cypress Tanks
fer A Pupoes
BEST MADE
imme a calgenow
Preston Miller Co.
DeL B Creseet Cty, fl.

WM. D. JONES
FIramSerome sercmufr
...M...
FAMILY DRUQQaST
107 I. BAY ST.
Ma kMi.. Udm-


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QR.EENLEAF e0l C4OSBY CO.,. w41w


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At the Sign of the Big Clock,
..WRITE FOR CATA


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thaf Tones--Zinc


Etchings I


Illustrating and Engraving Department
OF

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


In Writing or applying
Wanted.


for Prices, Give the Most Explicit Description of What b
Good Work and Prompt Deliveries Promised.


A Florida Enterprise.


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Watches,
Fine
Jewelry,
Clocks,
.Cut Glass
Novelties,
Toilet
Articles.


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