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Iy hY GAVAL GToRE,
EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE AT WORK
There will be an important meeting of
the Executive Committee ot the Turpentine
Operators' Association in the office of J.
A. Hollomon, secretary, at 10 o'clock Fri-
day, December 6th to transact im-
portant business and provide for a more
complete and thorough organization of
all operators. Any operator who may de-
sire to appear before this committee, or
communicate to the committee is invited
to do so,-
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. SAVANNAH, GA.
I Home Of
NAVAL STORES COMPANY.
fice: JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
: Savannah, Ga., and Pensacola, Fla.
W. C. POWELL, Prenem; B. F. BULLAnD, H. L COVINGTON, J. A. CRANFORD, D. H. MeMILLAN, R. POWELL, C. N COVINGTON, JOHN H.
POWELL, Vies Pre.idet.; C. P. DUSCNBURY, Seretary sad Trmresr.
LfCOUTIVE COMMITTKE: W. C. Poweh, C. B. RogaM, H. L Oasg., B. F. Ballard, J. A. fordr.
DIL CTOR8: W. C. AwelL, B. F. uBllard, C. B. Rogr, J. A. afford, W. J. nil man, John H. Powell, W. F. Ooahma. L. Owinto, C Dowai, r H
MeMiUan, R. B Powell, C. M. Coiugn, & A. Alford.
NAVAL STORES FACTORS
Paid 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.
Producers,,,7 ed toM^V^
Manufacturers of TURPENTINE STILLS
Complete Outfits and Extra Kettles, Caps, Arms, Worms, Fur-
nace Doors and Grates always on hand
Old Stills taki" ""n New Work and repairig d
payment for in the country
Heavy CeppersmitLUg Steam Pipe amd Special Cpper Wt
Alo Fayetteville,N. C. Savannah, Ga. Mobile, Ala.
H. D. WEED. W. D. KRENSOI
J. D. WEED CO.,
Hoop Iron and Turpentine
D. C. Abley,
G. A. Psewry,
Ch( H. BIrown.
P. L. Week.
J. G. Crmfrd.
& H. BMW.
D. C. ASHLY,. Pel1e1t.
. W. BULUNT. ht Vie P.s.lsi
-d Gemrd MaV12 .
G. A. PETTEWAY. 2ad Vice P-e.
J. M. ASHLEY, 3d Vice Pm.
S. BERG. See. and Tmre
.L W. nm,.
R. A. Carr,
T. G. Oma*oh,
A. S. Pmenmde
B. C. a r.
J. M. Adey.
W. T. IL fsnbfs
PENINSULAR NAVAL STORES CO.
and Wholesale Grocers
Receiving Points-Jacksonville, Tcnpa and Fermndin,
C laa, Soava. 1, Go.
Capital Stock. 51.000.000.
Pup IsIplE BYWEY SATURDAY. DEVOTED TO NAVAL STORES. LJUDER AND MANUFACTURINwi muL1b i b.
Yu Iqi.336P S. DU hy 60 & C M Of610 TWmWOM OPsr Amrm as iN 01Wi 0Fs* md aepled Sql. L DU2in Amid Coin. w w M Ommdw. of da Gcm Amuiih. Aephd SqL IL 9man
Q* 08nd Os d Tww Opwwie o m A&i APM 37.303 O O&W Ora- Ow bdw&. o Cm0.rewwoF Assecdo Ni by Gmmh Sswg Amdam NOryPn d Se S" k G.us Amginmd
A Call For Organization, Don't Delay Actingl
The Industrial Record urges upon every power. And the-well, the operators
operator of naval stores to become, with- got independent. The Association was of
out another minute'. delay, a m e of no further use to them, they thought.
But now the pendulum has swung back.
the Turpentine Opetors' Assocation. If The old conditions, yes worse than the old
there was ever a time in the history of
maval stores production when the pro-
ducers needed to get together, and, by
the eternal God, STAND together, that
time is NOW. There i no use mincing
conditions are upon us again. What shall
we do? Get together again. We need
combined strength. We need each others'
Take our advice and do not delay an-
other minute until you have joined the
words; there's no use of explaining. You Association, paid your dues like a man,
know, we know, all of us know why. In
organization there is strength; without
organization we are as so many rudder-
less boats, whirled and aimlessly buffeted
about on the great, restless sea of com-
mercilism. In prosperity there is very
little cooperation between fellows of a
common cause. They do not feel the need
of cooperation. It is only adversity that
brings cooperation about. It was adver-
sity-it was desperation, indeed- that
gave birth to the Turpentine Operators'
Assodation away back yonder in 1901.
Owington ad Humman, and Cllahan and
Timmons and MeMllan and Conoley and
Melbhern and John Young and many
ethers, wheel-horses they were, but sub-
jects of a common depression, saw the
absolute necessity of organization, and it
was through them and by them that the
Association was born. Sice that time a
period of unusual prosperity has been ex-
perienced. Organization, the very spirit
and strength of cooperation, had its effect.
Por years the Association was a
and stand ready to cooperate in any plan
that may be deemed advisable and timely
for the amelioration of the producers
from conditions that are becoming un-
The factors want you to join the Asso-
elation-they urge you to do so in fact,
and we are appending below a letter that
is going out today to operators, signed
by President Boyd, and urged by practi-
eally all of the factors. Give this your
J. G. Boyd, Pres. J. A. Hollomon, Seey.
John Henderson, Treas
Turpentine Operators' Association,
Office of Secretary.
Jacksonville, Fla., November, 1907.
To the Turpentine Operators:
We find from our records that only a
few of the Operators have paid their an-
nual dues to the Turpentine Operators'
Association. There is therefore a deplet-
ed treasury and some bills unpaid. In
order to keep the organization together, it
is necessary to have sufficient funds to for a common good without leading your
meet its current expenses. aid in this small way.
If there ever was a time when there The T. O. A. is in a position to-day to
should be perfect harmony among the
operators, it is now. We have never
confronted a problem such as the one that
is now before us. It can be solved only
by the operators themselves, and then
only by their combined efforts. The T.
O. A. is in a position today to do untold
good, but it is necessary that each indi-
vidual operator lend his influence and
financial aid. This necessity would be
fully complied with if every operator
would pay his annual dues of $10.00. This
no one of them can afford not to do. Not
only the future of our operations depend
upon it, but the property now owned by
dependent operators is in jeopardy unless
something is done to better the conditions.
This you, and you alone, can accomplish.
The problem can be solved through the
Turpentine Operators' Association if we
would all give it our support. Already
many operators, large and small, as well
as factors, have pledged themselves to do
this. Let there be not a man fail to fall
in line and help himself and his indus-
try, a greater than which there is none.
Let us come to the rescue now in a solid
phalanx and place our industry on a pin-
nacle of commercial power such as it de-
The executive committee is now at work
and at their individual expense. It is
therefore incumbent upon you to send in
your dues and not have others working
accomplish great good for the industry,
but it takes organization to accoplish
anything, and the operator is not organ-
ised who does not hold a certificate in
his own organization.
Please make drafts payable to the Tur-
pentine Operators' Association, and mail
to the Secretary at Jacksonville.
J. G. BOYD,
We concur in the above and urge upon
our customers to identify themselves with
the Assoeiation, pay their does, abide by
its recommendations, especially as to the
price for box cuttings, day and contract
labor, and give their loyal support to its
CONSOLIDATED NAVAL STORE CO,
B. F. Bollard, Vice-Pres.
J. P. WILLIAMS COMPANY,
By J. A. G. Carson, First Vice Prest.
CHESNUTT & O'ILL,
JOHN R. YOUNG CO,
J. W. Motte, Presidemt.
WEST, FLYNN & HARRIS O.,
John E. Harris, Vice-President.
BARNES & JES.SUP COMPANY,
By John H. Ewing, Vice-President.
CONSOLIDATED NAVAL STORE 00,
W. C. Powell, President.
PENINSULAR NAVAL STORES CO,
By B. W. Blount. 1st Vice-Pres and G. M.
Se My Sn It is not only considered highly desra-
The Money Sitation is Greatly Reieved ble to reduce deposits in the banks as
soon as money market conditions permit,
Washington, Nov. 28.-The announce- $35,000,000 will represent the one-year cer- 000, and the working balance to about but it is believed that there will be little
meant by Secretary Oortelyou last night tificates which have been allotted. This $22,000,000. The increase of $14,000,000 difficulty in doing so. If the treasury
can reduce these deposits to the neighbor-
that further subscriptions to the one-year amount would increase the present nom- in the working balance will be due tohood of $200,000,000 in the ourse of th
treasury eartifieates would not be re- final balance from about 41,393,217, where the retention in the treasury of $5,000,- spring, it will then have at its demand
eeived, is regarded here as indicating it stood yesterday, to a little more than 000, or 10 per cent of the principal of the about $100,000,000 as a working balance,
that the secretary considers the crisis in $35,000,000. A small additional amount Panama payments, and about $9,000,000, from which deposits could be made from
the money market to be practically over. will be derived from the premium on the or 25 per cent of the principal of $35,000,- time to time to aid in the crop movement
Oeial figures have not yet been given Panama bonds, but even if this should in treasury certificates. This condition in the autumn, if they were required.
out at the treasury of the amount of average as high as 5 per cent it would of the treasury finances will be changed The history of previous crises has shown
eaetieates allotted. The amount of the amount to only $2,500,000. materially in the spring, if the secretary that money tends to accumulate rapidly
allotments made, however, is to be about With a nominal balance, however, of is able to carry out the program of retir- in the banks, after the worst of a crisi
$5,00,000, and this is probably the limit, more than $325,000,000, the treasury will ing a considerable portion of the one-year is over. The policy of the treasury in
All individual subscriptions having been not have anything like that amount im- certificates before maturity. If $30,000,- providing for the redemption of the oae-
rejected, it is anticipated that nearly the mediately available. This is because of 000 of the certificates can then be paid year certificates within a shorter time
whole of the $35,000,000 allotted will be deposits in national banks and other de- off, the cash balance will fall to about than one year. will involve the elimina-
used to secure new issues of bank notes. posit items. These items amounted yes- $295,000,000, deposits in banks will de- tion of the bank note circulation, based
As these issues will be retired within less terday to $634,939,589, leaving an actual dine by three-quarters of the amount upon these certificates and a considerable
than a year, they will not constitute a working balance of $6,463,628. The see- paid off, or to $277,500,000, and the cash withdrawal of cash from the banks into
permanent inflation of the bank note cir- retary has announced that 90 per cent balance will fall to about $15,000.000. The the treasury. The fact that the limit of
culation. of the payments for Panama bonds will loss in the cash balance will be due to $9.000.000 per month imposed upon the re-
The effect of the new loans upon the be left in the custody of the national taking from the treasury cash 25 per cent tirement of bank note circulation does not
future of the treasury resources and of banks purchasing the bonds; and about of the amount paid for the retirement of apply to notes based upon securities which
the money market is already receiving 75 per cent of the payments for the one- the certificates. It seems probable, how- have been called for redemption, removes
attention at the treasury and in banking year certificates will be left with the ever. that money market conditions will any obstacle to the prompt retirement of
circles. From present sources of informs- banks. The effects of the changes in the be such that the secretary will feel justi- excessive bank note issues by the pay-
tion the amount nominally added to the treasury balance sheet, upon the basis of fled in calling upon the banks for consid- rent of lawful money into the treasury
cash balance of the treasury will be about issues of both classes of securities to the erably more cash than comes to them in as soon as the securities are called and
$8,000,000, of which $50,000,000 will rep- amount of $85,000,00 will be to increase payment for the treasury certificates paid. From present indications the treas-
reset the 2 per eeat Paama boods, aad the amount in banks to about $30000,- which are called and surrendered. ury will not only have ample cash at
4 THE WEEKLY INDUSTRIAL RECORD.
VVHITE OAK SPIRITS BARRE LS
Guaranteed to conform to specifications Savannah and Jacksonville Board of Trade.
Write to Cehmuus Barrel Mf.U Co., Columbus, Ga., or to HENRY ELSON, Frklda Mgr, JackvSMlisw. Fl.
command in the spring, but it is belicve4
by bankers the currency famin, of the
moment will be turned into a glut, whi-h
only foresight on the part of th treas-
ury will prevent from developing into
"THERE ARE MANY MEN OF MANY
Of course every man is not constructed
on the name architectural plans-that is,
every man's mind is not. Were it so,
there would be in the world but one style
house; there would be a corner of cod-
fish or some other kind of foodstuff-
there would be nothing doing in many
lines of endeavor, so it is well that "there
are many men of many minds." If I
bad my way about it I would banish all
purple neek-ties; I would not allow auto-
mobiles to run in public streets; I would
never take a chance on a patent leather
shoe cracking before I got home; I would
simply make out a bill of fare, and all
things would conform to it, or 1 would
resign. U under such circumstances there
would be no patent leather hboes made;
the colors that did not suit my fancy
would soon pass out-so it would be a
world of numiolony-to the other fellow,
but one sweet grand song to me, because
there would be no discords in my ear.
But the other fellow, the fellow who
liked what I didn't like, were I supreme
in my command, he would get the discord
-and therefore to have harmony thee
must be discord-that is, harmony for the
other fellow. But along this lae I would
want to know bow the game ade out.
I confess that I am a trifle inquisitive,
ad when a man comes along and whis-
pers Psmething to me, just enough to ex-
eite my curiosity, and then refuses to tell
all the story, I am much annoyed-I re-
gret that he tod me anything at all bout
So were I the happy or unhappy pos-
sessor of great wealth, who I made my
and easily understood. There would be
nothing contingent in it, bemuse I would
worry before death, at leat, woaderi
if it would come out as I willed it. I mote
that Miss .eanes, the Quaker lady of
Philadelphia, who had an estate valued at
something like ave millions in its time.
upon her death gave to Swarthmore Col-
lege of Pennsylvania an estate valued at
about one million dollars, all her lnuable
coa laade, provided the college eat out all
intercollegiate sporta-ad the elaosed her
eyes to the world of woe aad wet et it
he ever knew and ever will know
whether the college gets her gift. She
died absolutely in ignorance of what wa
to happen. and that is where I wouldn't
have goee out with such a question pus-
dlig me. I would want to knmw.. It is
on the principle of the gentleman who
comes from Missouri nml who insists ai on
being shown. I wouldn't want to think
I was giving a college a million dollars
ad asking that it meet eertaa reqire
maets, ad die in doubt as to whether my
bequest was aceepted. It seems to me
that if I h a million of the ee -u a
a a^^^^sktskwkkSAB1%. vrSr4Tssaggsys magvy
I. G. Hutehison, .iaeksouvill, Fla.
Walter Muakiow, JacksMovie, Flh.
Realty Title & Trust Co., Jacksonville,
Briggs Hardware Co., Valdota, Ga.
J. D. Weed & Co., Savannah, Ga.
tLumnmerial Bank, Jacksonville, Fla.
Chas Blum & Co., Jackonville, Fk.
Soseph Zapf & Co., Jackonville, PI.
Standard Clothig Co., Jacksoville, Fla.
Stuart-Bernstein Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
Lraig a Bro., J. A, Jacksonville, Fla.
Williams Co., J. P, Savanah. Ga.
Young Co, John RI, Savannah, Ga.
Bond & Bours Co. The, Jacksoville, Fla.
Briggs, W. ., Hardware Co, Valdosta, Ga
ramps Hardware Co., Tampa, Fl.
Weed & Co.. J. D, Savanah. Ga.
HAY AND JRAIN.
Rour & Co.. Wm. A.. Jaekaervflle. Fla.
Jemat moa Lmber Co, Watertowa, W
at astumer u., Waer w n Craig & Bro, J. A., Jaeksonville t.
Florida. Standard Clothing Co.. larcaonvle.
BOXES AND CRATE.
'ummer Lumber Co., Jacksonville Fl.
Geo. R. Poster, Jr., Ja*snville, Fla.
BUILDING MA rIAL
Geo. R. Foster, Jr., Jacksamill, F.
Knight Creckry and Primita C
COrag Bro, J. A, Jacksevill Fla.
Standard Clothing Co, Jacksohvlle, Fla.
M an others. Jiesvile Savan-
sah adml -0lb
M. A. Baker, Brunswick, Ga.
lorida Cooperage a$Jackaonville, Fla.
Atlantic Cooperage o., Jacksonville, Fla.
Wm. D. Jones, Jacksoville, PFa.
Gromver-Stewart Drug Oa, Jmknaville,
Tapa Drh CO, TaM, Fl.
Southern Ig Mfc ., OkJackseonvil, lb.
Coving o C. The. Jackonville, Fl.
LECTRIC LIGHT AID POWER
Kr Frie, Brumnwie Ga.
schosehs Soas Co., J. S., Maeon, Ga.
lamN d Iea Werb and Supply O Am
Karl Fries, Brumwick, Ga.
Knight (ockery amd PFuane Co.
J aurvilh PF.
Ramis, Jacksonville, Fla.
Hours Co.. Wm. A.. Jaskovills, Fla.
hboAeid's Son Co., J. S., Maco. Ga.
Lombard Iron Works & Supply Co., Au-
The Chas. A. Clark C., Jacksonville, Fla.
Jacksonville, Ga aOl, Jacksonville, Fla.
J. D. Weed & Co., Savannah, Ga.
Duval Hotel, Jacksonville, Flah.
Zahm's European Hotel, Jacksonville, Fla.
Schofield's Sos Co, J. 8., Maeon, Ga
RJ. Riles Co, Jaekavowll, h.
Greenleaf & Crosby Co, Jacksville, Fl.
Hess & Sager, Jacksonville. Fla
mat amet Lumber O., Watertown,
M. Rose Co, Jacksonville F
Blum & Co, Cha., Jacksouvile, m .
Altmayer & Flatau Liquor Co., Maeon,
Ga., and Jacksonville, Fla.
Joseph Zapf Co, Jacksonville, Fla.
8pencer Medicme Co, Chattanooga, Te.
Schofield's Sons Co, J. EL, Macoa, Ga.
Lombard iron Works. Angusta, Oa.
MATERIALS FOR ulRPiainas PRO-
Schofield's ons Co, J. 8., Maeo, Ga.
McM n Bnre C., JackdmaM hI 1-
Bah and hbile.
Baker, A., Brunmwiek, Ga., and Pam
Weed & Co., J. L, Savanna, Ga.
Malsby Machinery Co, Jacdouvie, Pla.
Briggs Hardware C., Valdoeta, Ga.
Lombard Iron Works & Supply Co., Au-
Tampa Monumental Works, Tamps, Ph.
MULES AND 8HOR8SS
W. A. Cook, Tampa. lA.
Johnson's Chill and Me Tonie. C., Sa-
Peninsular Naval Stores Co, Jackimu Bi
and Tampa, Fla.
Barnes & Jemup Co., jasvE iM
Comolidated Naval 8toreas C, Jamma-
West- Flynn-Harris Co. Jadssil, a.
Williams Co., J. P., 8avannah, On.
Young Co, John R., Svamas, Ga.
Southern tates Naval 8tar ou.
Bond & Boum Co., Jacsodil, Fa.
Tampa Hardware Co., Tampe, iF.
Daval Planing Mill C., Jacksonvile, Fa.
Lombard Iron Works & Sapply O, Aw
Merrill-Steves Co., Jacksomnla, PL.
Seboleld's Sow Co., J. S. Maes, On
AtahtieC Oast Lime.
Southern Real Estate and Inveaetnm Ca,
LAmbard Im Wortk & Spply Cb, An-
Boors & Co. Wa. A.. -Lss ia
Caumer Lumber Cko, Juekiavil FI
Hutchimnon Shoe Co, Javckma, ba.
Jos. Rosenheim Shoe Co., Savanah, Ga.
Clyde Steamship Co. The. Now Yor -C.
G. M. Davis & Sons, Paktka, Fla.
Sehofeld's gSom Co. J. ., ieasa. 4n.
Preston Miller Co., Cresent ( y, r1.
I utV urims BARRwLS.
Atlantic COoperage Co., JaclkamIll, IL.
Florida Cooperage ., Jackdoumv Flb
Baker, M. A., BrawkL, aid 'm
Meakn rOthMdm .Ce, .jaC-
Savamah and 3WL
Jaeksonville Decvlopment Co, 4em-
Council Tool Co, Jacksonville, '6
Operator' Tool OC, Graum Ceo ana,4
J. D. Weed & Go, Savannah, Ga.
Greenleaf & Crosby CO, Ja mavnille. Fla.
Hems a Slager. Jacdksonvlle, F
R. J. Riles Co, Jacksoeville, P.
YELLOW PI LUmBx .
Cuamer amber o., Jacuomiv. 1F
Eaut Coast Lumber CO, Waurbt- RL
THE WEEKLY INDUSTRIAL RECORD. 5
THE GROOVER-STEWART co,
FOMMEIRY 7E JMIT -mYiER YE #.
w.---... DOrws, OAnd,-- a-es, Darmkss Um awe s V-- tsd
likely ones and wanted to give 'em away. the bunch: "Look here. I am figuring reasonable-it's up to you? Let's have wouldn't be auut tLu nalla ia nagp st
that before death or before signs of death on shuffling off this mortal coil pretty an understanding. Il sign up provided utoay annoy and d mauLrm e-ts wbib
I would summon to my office the truses soon; it may happen tomorrow or on ae you sign up-and here is the doenment lurns rare sport to the other tleUw.
Sof the college I had in mind, and if I had count of the weather I may postpone it that provides the million when I am goem.'
a million or two in the refrigerator they a week, but it's coming, and I have a That's the only way 1 could do the trick. -The other fellow" s the majority a
would come, and I would draw out a million dollars in gold-or its equivalent If the trustees explained that they eoud largely so He will not admit at, bet
cigar and eros my limbs and run my and I want to leave to your blooming' not do it of course then 1 would find som e ti -other tellow" euntrolhs ni, dal
band through the sparsely settled hair brain foundry provided: provided you'll other place to put the oin--because there to u--ruun mhe eutiL.. an sem ut sam-
farm on my cranium and I would say to meet certain requirements not at all un is always room for another dollar, no mat- meree and tionety. WLen it ink sht
ter how well killed the place may srem to him, and trfo ts mdaviium, the eer
TU VD* A L. Blint the chances are that with the million fellow can't in it. This i true even to
Ja k o vl in sighl, ond ihe chance to lose it if thej the leaders of men.
-T lE D U V A L if lorid. thing doing my way. And then I would PECAN CROP IS VALUABLE.
hlie without being worried over the result. The statement is made by the agriel-
This Hotel has recently changed hands, and is under New Management But as aid there are different views tural department at Austin, Tes, by
Throughly Renovated Throughout entertained in this gay old world-becaus- way of encouragement to fruit and nut
if there was not there wouldn't be a pug growers, that the demand for those lax-
Headquarters for Turpentine Operators dog living today. I would banish them juries is far greater than the supply. For
F. BATOW STUBBS ID. AWFfrom the car',h forever. There wouldn't intance,in 1875 the United iates ia-
F. BAITOW STUS, I. CRAWFORD, be a lightning-rod concern doing business; ported fruits, including nuts, to the value
Proprieto. Manager. there wouldn't be sny fireworks; there of $13,003,835. In 1905 we paid $5,137,-
460 for fruits and nuts that were produced
a a m a m e m e a & m a a a 421_411 in foreign countries, while our experts
3 t ll t ll 8 8sa salHI I? of them+mountedto $nsesen,5f *
r., w. w
gus2su a na n s a n15OZOI
Stop Paying Rent!
Own Your Home!
Save Your Money!
Did you ever stop to think what a worthless thing a package of rent receipts ist Did
you ever stop to thing that fully half of the tenant houses have been paid for, sometimes many
time over, by the renters, and yet the landlord is more disposed to advance than to decrease
the monthly rent account Did you ever stop to think that your rents could buy you a home
-a place that yould be your own, a comfort to you and yours now and a blessing in the days
to comet Did you ever cultivate the saving habit? Did you ever stop to think that your sur-
plus savings could earn you a good interest and provide a home purchasing fund for you at
the same time? Beware of the rent-paying habit, and own your home. Put your rent money
into your own assets instead of into the landlord's pocket.
We will buy you a home or build you a home and let you pay for it in rents, perhaps less
monthly than you are now paying. We will charge you only 4 per cent interest, full time, for
the money that we loan you, and we will pay you 5 per cent interest on your savings, while ac-
,, lc:, i ,?,, ,,Bc i^ i ^^-^ h^~- h,,
S of them amounted to $15N,Mo0 .
The pecan is yet a stranger to million
Sof would-be nut eaters of the werl, ad.
Sit is safe to say that the demand for
this wholesome and delicious nut will
never be supplied at least not in a em-
tury owing to the time required to carry
the trees to the bearing age, and the tea-
dency of the people to avoid any invest-
ment which does not furnish quiek re-
turns. A young man is not willing to
wait, and the old men expect to die before
the trees will bear. But the boy who is
wise and contemplates staying on the
farm, will commence now to grow a paes
The use of the land for cotton, ear and
other crops need not be lost while the
trees are growing to the bearing period
Indeed, the outlook for commercial mnts
and fruits in this country is promising to
those who will give the industry inteHl
gent attention and the trees skilled alti-
S I AS. A. CLARK, I
a rne M -mes" -s AMR,
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DENSE STANDS OF LODGEPOLE PIN.
Rage, Sie, Rate of Growth, and Use of
a Tree of Increasing Importance.
The lodgepole pine gained its name
from its wide use by the Indians as a
support for their tepees. Since the In-
dians of the Rocky Mountain region drag-
ged their lodge poles to the plains when
on hunting trips, a timber of requisite
height but small diameter was sought,
ami this the lodgepole pine provided with-
out trimming. The names of white pine,
black pine, spruce and tamarack are also
applied locally. In Wyoming, lodgepole
pine is more numerous than any other
tree, and it is largely represented in the
forests of Colorado, Utah, Montana and
Idaho, and to some extent in Washington,
Oregon and California. It grows from sea
level to 11,000 feet elevation, and is noted
for its variable form and quality. In the
Rocky Mountains the wood is lighter in
weight and color, less resinous, and
straighter grained than on the Pacific
Aodgepole pine attains an age of from
100 to 300 years. It quickly succumbs to
fire on account of its thin bark, but to
a certain extent guards against extinction
by this cause by producing fertile cones
at the early age of from 6 to 10 years.
Reseeding after a fire is favored also by
the persistence of the cones, some of
which do not shed their seeds for a num-
ber of years, and by the readiness with
which the seeds germinate on mineral
asil of burned-over land. A large propor-
tion of the seeds germinate; they are
usually borne annually and in large quan-
tities; and since they are small and light,
they are carried by the wind as far as
200 yards from the seed tree.
The yield runs as high as 20,00 board
feet per acre, though it does not often
run over 7,000 board feet. The tree is of
small size, seldom exceeding 18 inches in
diameter, and 90 feet in height, but it
usually forms dense stands. It is val-
uable for poles, hewed ties, mine props,
stulls, logging poles, converter poles, and
box boards. The demand for lodgepole
pine for hewed ties is especially strong for
two reasons: the wood hews easily, and
sinme the common size of the tree is from
11 to 14 inches in diameter breasthigh,
there is little hewing to be done. Experi-
ments on a large scale looking toward the
use of lodgepole for paper pulp will be
tried by the purchasers of timber from
one of the National Forests. The rate of
growth is very slow after the first few
Three of the largest timber sales of
the Forest Service are of lodgepole pine.
One of 166 million board feet is in the
Medicine Bow National Forest on the
Colorado Wyoming line, and one of 50
million board feet in each the Big Horn
Forest (in Wyoming) and the Hell Gate
Forest (in Montana). In the Hell Gate
sale the saw timber brings $4 per thous-
and the converter poles 10 cents each.
Cordwood is also included in the contract,
so that every stick of the trees marked
for removal down to 21/y inches is taken.
Utilization is almost as complete as in a
Circular 126 of the Forest Service, avail-
able upon application to the Forester at
WVashington, contains tables showing the
average number of lodgepole pine trees
per acre and the associated species in
Wyoming and Montana. The principal as-
sociated trees are Douglas fir, ngelmann
spruce, and alpine fir, though tamarack,
western white pine, and western yellow
pine occur also in some places with lodge-
pole pine. The Douglas fir decreases and
Engelmann spruce increases in the mix-
ture going south from Montana through
Wyoming, Idaho and Colorado.
Lodgepole pine grows a little taller on
the average in Montana than in Wyoming,
a 12-inch tree in Montana having a height
of 74 feet, and in Wyoming 69 feet. The
growth is very slow in all localities,
though a little faster in Montana than
Wyoming. In 100 years the average di-
ameter in the former State is 11 inches
and in the latter from 7 to 10 inches.
A 16-inch tree 60 feet high contains
160 board feet, Scribner rule, 80 feet high
230 board feet, and 100 feet high 315 board
feet. The bark is very thin, trees over
8 inches in diameter having only 6 per
cent of their entire volume in bark. The
solid contents of a 16-inch tree 60 feet
high is about 401/ cubic feet, but if 80
feet high it is 48 -cubic feet. For each
cubic foot of volume a 6-inch tree will
produce 4 board feet of round-edged box-
boards, a 10-inch tree will produce 5.6
board feet, the factor rising to 65 board
feet per cubic foot in a 22inch tree.
An average of 292 12-inch trees cut for
ties showed the following number of ties
for different heights-60 feet, 3.2 ties, 70
feet 3:5 ties, 80 feet 4.1 ties, and 90 feet
4.5 ties, besides considerable material for
mine props, cut from the tops.
In a stand averaging 70 feet in height, a
12-inch tree will contain a 40-foot pole
with a 7-inch top, a 16-inch tree will con-
tain a 50-foot pole, and a 20-inch tree a
Thirty-eight years ago lodgepole pine
was cut for railroad ties in southern
Wyoming. Only the best trees were taken
and the trees left are now approaching
merchantable size. By the settlers, lodge-
pole pine is used for many purposes, es-
pecially for house logs, fuel and fencing.
Because of its tendency to decay when
set in the ground, fences are built on top
of the ground and braced, thus increasing
the life of the "post" from 3 or 5 to 15
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25,000 acres of cut over lands on the St. Johns River, worlds of fat pim and
stumps. A good place to raise cattle and sheep. A good place for pie product
plant. Price, $1.50 per acre.
20,000 acres of cut over pine on the railroad; good land and fne grading; only
30 miles from Jacksonville. Price, $2.00 per acre; or would subdivide at $30 per
50,000,000 feet of yellow pine stumpage clos to a lake with water tramporta-
tion to Jacksonville; timber will cut 4,00 feet per acre. Easy logging. Prie
$2.00 per thousand; terms of payment easy. Would sell in fee at price to be agreed
on per acre.
150,00000 feet of pine and cypress can be logged to Jacksonille; about 35,-
000 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 and. The
land alone will be worth the purchase price.
Several tracts of virgin pine in various parts of the State; tracts of 1065
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 can vouch
for and handle direct from the owners.
4,000 acres of grazing lands near Dade City; is in the vegetable and tobacco
district. Several small farms cleared land and houses. Property is near ra.l-
road and is convenient to schools. Just the place for one or more families to
tie; to farm and raise a her of cattle; $12,000 will purchase this tract. Tr
$2,000 cash, balance any way that suits purchaser, with interest at 5 per cent.
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H-lT 12, 1902, a its exclive offi-
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adopted April 27th, 1903, a the official
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Commended to lumber people by special
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THE RECORD'S OFFICES.
The publishing plant and the main of-
aes of the idistrial Record ompamy
Slocnted at the iterection of Bay and
Iwa Streets, Jacksonville, Fla., in the
heart of the great turpentine and
ew pine industries.
The avannah, Ga., office is in the Board
o* Trde Bu'ding. Savannah is the lad-
iug ope a mi stores market in the world.
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mmst e mae direct to the hm effice in
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BiA for advertiMg and mabcriptise are
set out from the home oce, who due,
and all remittaes must be made direct
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The following letter is from a level-
headed operator in Alabama:
Editor Industrial Record, Jacksonville,
Fla.-My hands were made to start cut-
ting boxes this morning. Have 1,400
acres good timber leased and promised to
cut it this season. Hands walked up and
demanded 2 cents. Told them had prom-
ised lyc.; if they wanted to cut at that
price, all right, if not, to pay their ac-
seoits and leave. That was about two
hos ago. Now they are coming under
one at a time. If I had not promised to
cut the timber would hunt birds all this
winter. The best thing to do is to give
them their old accounts and credit them
for NOTHING. We have not over $75.00
on our books and plenty of hands. Bad
as the situation looks it is, in my humble
opinion, much better than a year ago, be-
cause only the cool-headed, conservative
business man can survive it, and the fools
who let the negro laborer and the farmer
who had a few barrels of gum to sell con-
trol them will be eliminated from the
naval stores industry, along with most
of the dissipators.
We want to go SLOWLY.
FEAR, AND A "GOOD TIMES" PANIC.
(Orison S. Marden in Success Maga-zine.)
The recent spectacle of multitudes of
people (many of them waiting in line all
night) drawing their money out of per-
fectly solid banks and trust companies is
a good illustration of the power of fear
to bring about a financial panic, even in
the midst of prosperity. There was ab-
solutely no real cause for this panic.
which for a time, played such havoc in
the nancial world. It was started by
gamblers and promoters, who were posing
E41Lters Wili Continuc to Buy In
Some weeks ago the newspapers of Sa-
vannah made much of an alleged state-
ment that Jacksonville would be abandon-
ed by the combination of naval stores
buyers, thereby leaving it open only for
the independent buyers or for such selling
agencies as the local factors could pro-
vide, etc. The implication was that Mr.
Shotter's combination was going to give
Jacksonville the "go-by" and that Jack-
sonville would in consequence be the suf-
ferer, etc. Well, the Record paid little
attention to this talk, even though Mr.
Shotter made the first intimation at a
conference at which there were two Jack-
sonville factors. The Record has always
regarded Mr. Shotter, whatever his short-
comings might be in other directions, as
a pretty good business man in looking
after his own interests. We are not skr-
prised therefore although we were
promptly advised of the situation in ad-
vance-to reed the following dispatch
from Savannah in the morning papers of
Savannah, Ga., Nov. 29.-Announcement
was made here today that the American
as bankers; men who used sacred trust
assets to rig the stock market, and to
promote their own schemes generally.
This financial storm came out of a clear
sky, and when we were enjoying unusual
prosperity. Capital was well employed;
comparatively few people were out of work
in the entire country. Almost any one,
with any sort of ability, who was willing
to work, could find employment. There
was no extended economic disturbance
anywhere, and the business of our mar-
velous country was never in better con-
In all parts of the United States level-
headed, conservative men are most opti-
mistic. Representative business men,
prominent merchants and manufacturers
in different parts of the country have been
interviewed, and they say that business
was never more satisfactory, that the vol-
ume this year will greatly exceed that of
last year. The demand for a better, high-
er class of goods is quite general all over
the country; the demand on wholesale
houses for spot and future goods is better
than a year ago. Collections are good,
and the fall business promises to be as
large as last year's. In the West, busi-
ness is reported better than ever before.
A large Western merchant says:
"Formerly, we kept pretty close watch
of the stock market, for any serious
trouble there was sure to affect our busi-
ness. especially in higher-priced goods.
Now, we pay no attention to stocks. Too
many people have the money to buy what
they want. Wall Street slumps make no
impression upon our trade."
Bank clearings show a marked increase
over those of 1906, itself a record year.
The gross earnings of railroads tell the
same story of general prosperity in even
a morenmarked degree than the banks.
Froni all parts of the country come re-
ports t at labor is scarce and dear. The
secretary of the State of New York re-
porti .that the business of the State, in-
stead of contracting, is expanding vig-
orously. In the three dullest months,
July. August and September, one thous-
and,-four' hundred new concerns were in-
corporated, an increase of more than one
hundred per cent over last year's returns
for the same period. He also says that
one hundred and fifty corporations during
Naval Stores Company had reconsidered
its expressed determination to withdraw
its buying from Jacksonville, Fla., thus
breaking up the factorage business of that
city, unless it should develop that an ex-
porting company was to begin operations
there. This means Jacksonville will re-
main an open market for naval stores.
Some time ago great indignation was
created in Jacksonville naval stores circes
by the announcement that the American
Naval Stores Company would withdraw
from there on account of a lack of ade-
quate banking facilities December 1 was
the date named for that withdrawal New
arrangements for continuance have been
made, and the business will go on just as
in the past. It is said, however, that the
American Naval Stores Company has de-
ferred retiring from Jacksonville so that
the threat still hangs over that city.
Within the next few days there will be a
conference, it is understood, between the
American Naval Stores Company and some
of the Jacksonville bankers. Efforts will
be made to reach satisfactory arrange-
this time increased their capital stock
nearly thirty-eight millions.
No greater proof of the soundness of
American prosperity could be found than
was shown in the marvelous way in which
the temporary financial crisis was faced
and checked by a few men, like J. Pier-
pont Morgan, in whom the country had
Many people seem to think that harw
times or business panics are necessary once
in so many years, and after a long period
of prosperity, when they think it is about
time for another depression, they begin
to prepare for hard times. They expect
this condition, look for it, and bring it
about, just as a great many people hasten
old age by expecting it, assuming and
holding a receptive mental attitude to-
ward all that accompanies old age, and by
imagining that their mental and physical
powers, their efficiency and their activity
In other words, the mind is set toward
the things they expect and believe are
coming, and, of course, this tends to bring
them about. If people would stop talking
down and would talk up, they could ar-
rest these mental hard-time panics, as
confidence is almost omnipotent. Of course
panics often have a real cause, as the
shortage of crops, but even then they are
exaggerated very greatly by fear, which
always predicts infinitely worse conditions
than actually materialize.
The moment a distrust is expressed by
a few leading financiers in a town, weaker,
less acute minds naturally magnify their
fears and spread their doubts until the
whole community is affected. Then the
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his mind, assume a hopeful, optimistic
attitude, and conduct his business in a
systematic, economical, far-sighted m---
ner, actual failure would be comparative-
ly rare. But when a man become dis-
couraged, when he loses heart and grip
he is not in a position to make the effort
which is absolutely necessary to bring
victory, and there is a shrinkage all along
the line. It has a paralyzing, blighting
influence upon the whole being It im-
poverishes the blood and destroys heath
by impairing the digestion, cutting off a-
trition, and lowering the physical ad
mental vitality. It crushes out hope, kill
courage and so enfeebles the mind's action
that it cannot create.
Fear kills initiative. All korw de
when oe i suffering from a see of fear
or foreboding, has little efficiency. Fer
strangles originality, daring, boldsa; it
kills individuality, and weakens all the
mental processes. Great things ae mver
The Wealth of the
Often dmppo.aud, pVru~, ad tLa
new N atim wa left but em or t
th-ee of rel val. Amntg vs "-
abL ( in M eaae at ; a haAnd)
' chest of old silver, the meet VMfOl aj
panic contagion trickles down through the he m the yI
masses until we hear hard times talked
about by the day laborer, discussed every-
where, in the cars, on the streets, in the
saloons, and the imagination pictures mul-
titudes out of work and hungry.
When a man becomes melancholy and
discouraged about his affairs, when he is
filled with fear that he is going to fail,
and is haunted by the spectre of poverty
and a suffering family, before he realizes
it, he attracts the very thing he dreads,
and the prosperity is crushed out of his
business. But he is a mental failure first.
If instead of giving up to his fear, a
man would persist in keeping prosperity in
Have you such a te e to uhad danw
to your heirs If mt, aw s the time to
start gathering it. If yon ar iantere
come down and let us show you something
in that line that is WORTH HAVNG
NOW ad which will be highly trIm
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dome uder a sense of fear of some im-
peing dager. It depresses normal men-
ta oti -- and r-dm on ineapabe of.
acg wisely ia an emergency, for no one
ea think early aad act wisely when
paralyzed by fear.
Daring the recent financial panic some
people became insane, some committed
suicide, and others so completely lost
their self-control that they were totally
incapable of acting wisely or doing the
best thing for themselves, just as many
people completely lose their heads during
a stampede in a crowded theater when
there is a alarm of fire.
It is well known that people often die
under the influence of fear, as witnessed
by the frightful havoc it has played dur-
ing epidemics of great pestilendes. Thous-
ands of people have developed all the
symptoms of cholera or some other dread-
ed didase before there was any physical
possibility of contagion, and have died
under the false conviction that they were
afflicted with the malady they feared.
Whether or not the contagiousness of
fear is due to a germ or some rapid me-
chaial change in the brain and nerve
cells, it often sweeps like a storm over
the people with such terrific force that
whole masses become temporarily insane
under its influence and are really not ac-
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%untaoe for tneir acts. mory teem and becomes a little acid, it would not
with illuttrations of the most horrible
with illustrations of the most horrible make sugar so well, but will make all the
rimes that have been committed by peo- better syrup. In making sugar, the more
pie during the hysteria of fear panics, quickly the juice is biled down, the more
while in the clutches of this most terrible i d tppme
of humanity. sugar we will get. it is just the opposite
nemy of the worst forms of fear is that with syrup; for the slower we boil down,
One of the worst forms of fear is that
Sthe thicker we can make the syrup with-
of apprehension, foreboding of some evil ug ng.
to come, which hangs over the life like a
threatening loud over a volcano before How far to BoiL
ma eruption. lhe thicker we make our syrup, the
Some people are always suffering from less likely it is to ferment. So we want
this peculiar phase of fear. They are ap- to get the syrup as thick as it can be
prehensive that some great misfortune is made without sugaring. Having found
coming to them, that they are going to the best point, some means is wanted by
lose their money or their position; or which we can get syrup of exactly the
they awe afraid of accident, or that some same thickness every time. This is pro-
fatal disease is developing in them. If vided by a hydrometer or by a thermom-
their children are away they see them in eter. In Florida good syrup is made by
all sorts of catastrophes-railroad wrecks, boiling the juice until the Beaume hy-
burning cars, or shipwrecks. They are &I- drometer stands at 34 degrees in the hot
ways picturing the worst. "You can never liquid. If the Japanese cane is being used,
tell what will happen they say, "and it it may be boiled to 35 degrees Beaume.
is better to prepare for the worst." In using the hydrometer some of the boil-
The man who lives under this terrible ing syrup is dihped out in a vessel deep
shadow o impending danger, with this enough to float the hydrometer. The sur-
dread that something is going to happen face of the liquid, when free from froth,
to his bminmem his family, or himself, is marks the degrees. If a Brix hydrometer
in ao eonditin to ward off the evil be- is the one used, the points will be 62 de-
fore which he cowers. His mental atti- agrees Brix for ordinary cane and 64 de-
tude lowers his vitality, lessens his pow- agrees for Japanese cane. Some makers
ers of resistance, vitiates his efficiency, of syrup do not boil so thick, but their
ad ruins his resourcefulness. syrup ferments more easily. Syrup boiled
to a higher degree is better for keeping,
HOW TO PRZVEWT CA KE SYRUP if it can bee made without sugaring. If
FROM SUGAE NG. a thermometer has a scale up to 240 de-
grees Fahrenheit, it can be used for syrup
making instead of a hydrometer. It is
(By John Belling, of the Florida Agrieul- dipped into the boiling liquid, and when
tural Experiment tation) the height of the mercury reaches 221 de-
When you boil down cane-juise to make grees, this is nearly the same as 34 de-
cane-syrup, the lose of water a steam greens Beaume. When a good syrup has
is not the only change. Some of the cane been made and its boiling point noted, any
sugar is changed by the acid and the heat other syrup which boils at the same point
into a different sugar (invert sugar), will have the same thickness.
which will not form solid sugar in the The hydrometer should be used only in
syrup. Unless a large part of the cane- the hot liquid, since it floats about 4 de-
sugar is changed in this way, the syrup agrees (Beaume) higher in the cold syrup.
will form solid sugar as it cools. The Hydrometers for syrup testing may be
acid in the cane-juice is very important, procured through drug stores, and from
since without acid very little of the cane- most manufacturers of chemicals. (1).
sugar is altered. If we are making sugar E3mer & Amend, 205-211 3d Avenue, New
(not syrup), we take away the acid by York, in their catalogue for 1905, have a
adding lime. But in making syrup we Beaume hydrometer for syrup, price 5(
should leave all the acid. The more acid cents. (2). Arthur H. Thomas Co., 12th
the better. If the juice ferments a little and Walnut street, Philadelphia, in the
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ca.Iuu, weu located on railroad, Mtee
i ups ot tibes; tUmber to cut abot nam
u.ou.e croas. Moderate price. hahedtle Upon
Srpcauu.uL Address A. K aj e, ApeIMb-
WAXJ, -4)no Heiry Walker, eoweri,
i for jumping his bond. Description: Ahmrt
5 tee 6 to 10 inlces high; color dark gin-
ger cake; weight 145 to 140 Ibs, echmky.
ne is a sawumll negro, and is working at
some mill in rlorida, I think. Suitable
re ard will be paid for his arrest aad
catalogue for 1900, have a Beaume hy- delivery to me. Arrest and notify me.
drometer for syrup, price 45 cents, (3.) P. L. WEfKK
E. H. Sargent & Co, 143-145 Lake St., 11-30-4t Eville, ba.
Chicago, in their catalogue for 1905, have
a Beaume hydrometer for syrup at 50 WANlJT ) tigh-clas se goeds
cents, and a Brix hydrometer for syrup at salesmen that will command big pay, to
75 cents. tell drug specialtae among eoimmadrm
-- I-- principay. We don't want a clhe- ma.
D -,u pay either salary or ramin l.
~ A i I E |uoummnaary oaupply Company, Birmg-
uai, Ala. -it-it
AND I A i P-Turp m oion,
F R 0 A LE opir y and r-- y -
A.a t or ths column is cent pe wua Luxek 3,UW aeres round timber. lt po
m urort m aerIon and I ent pe word tef high boxes can be worked for protseti
loluowin uameruta. No advertisem t trom fire. Homestead being proved up
Uaken lur less than 40 ents for srat, 5ad abundance. 20 miLm from PeIsael
zu cents for following imsertie. Ua Water rate. A bargi to the ma with
must accompaay orders unles you ave
an account with Ius the mony. J. F. Mathis, Pee -ell JL.
COMPARATIVE MARKET REPORTS.
Spirits began the week at the low price of 43%e, but rallied lightly at
tne close of tue week, selling on Friday at 44e. for Jacksonville and 45y~ for
Savannah. Common roins still continue to decline and pale are still high
atrilkS Oh TURPPUTIME IO& THE WEEK M113R AND AXT AVAMMAM.
ft-s. bafi. mbin- lta Mo td
Jax. a. Jan. arW. Jan v. e Ja. Ja v. Jan ha.
Saturday ... .43Ya 43%J 94 160 3,014 449 663133448 3,467
Monday .... 143%/ 444Y1 t&4 525 3,014 7101 244 50%3003 36,257
i tuesday -.... --1 44%1 353 474 1559 801 200 8612 3 3
Wednesdayy .. 43V/2 44y/2 30 207 190 15j 314 907 26,764 635
Friday ...... 44 45'/4 545 03tI 250 4^.11 431 1,0tl126,888 33,9
ROSIN FOE THE WEBK HRE AND AT SAVAMIAM.
Saturday Monday wJm-. .a. i'la. r. Jn a.
Jan.L V.J Ja.. Sa. Jan. Mwfv. Ja. aY. Jax am.
WW ...... 16.60
N ......... 5.90
K ......... 4.80
I .......... 3.75
Li ......... 3.15
.( .......... 3.00
F ......... 3.00
E ......... 3.00
D ......... 3.00
CBA ...... 2.80
6. 6M06. 5
5.90 ... ....
3.20 .... ....
3.10 .... ....
3.10 .... ....
3.10 .... ....
3.10 ..... ...
REPORT OF ROdP MOVEMENT H33R AND AT SVAKAM.A
Sale. alipsr n Meelmtipt. 1S*e.
Jaz. bea. Jax. 8 Ja. Ja av. JaL tMT.
Saturday ................142 3,188 58 4311,5 2,7 ,742 1,443
Monday ................ 1,783 3,17I 44 3,471,8 2,8'1 ,7 10e837
Tuesday ................. 2,157 3,783 114 3131,571 5,( S 113
ednesday....... .. ,514 3,3523,220 3581,132 3,41 4,06 16,610
Friday ................11,415 3,263,700 2,98912,00 6,441,977 1180657
Thursday-Thanksgiving Day-Legal holiday.
y .. .... ... o. ...
. i6 TH WtEKLY INDISTrtAL RTICOD.
TAMPA MONUMENTAL WORKS,
DE ALBR IN
Monuments, Iron Fencing and Italian Statuary Hdstones.
NO -OB TOO LARGE.- NO JOB TOO SMALL.
MAIN OFFICES 310 ZACH S ik lu, TAMPA. FLA.
ELECTRIC LIGHT AND POWER PLANTS
FOR MILLS AND FACTORIES.
REMINGTON OIL ENGINES
OPERAl3NG ON KEROSENE.
KARL FRIES - MUISWIGK, GA
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. Mae. a1W GT. 9kag 3ae Dfal-Vpoeua
Mellow. By the gallon $2.50; f'ur full
Send for price list and catalogue.
THE OLDEST WHISKEY HOUSB IN
THE SOUTH. (Estalised in Iasf.)
OLD SHARP WILLIAS-Pure me
Old Rye. By the gallon, 3.00; four full
quarts, $3.50, express prepaid.
GEO. J. COLEMAN-Pure Rye; Rich
and Mellow. By the gallon t.75; fou
full quarts, $3.00, express prepaid.
ANVIL RYE-Pure Substantial Family
Whiskey. By the gallon &50; four full
quarts $2.90, express prepaid.
CLIFFORD RYE-By the gallon &25;
four full quarts $2.65, express prepaid.
OLD KENTUCKY CORN-Direct from
Bonded Varehouse; fine and old. By the
gallon $3.00; four full quarts $3.50, expren
OLD POINTER CLUB CORN-- ,n a
quarts $2.90, express prepaid.
Mailed free upon applicati.
"AS YE SOW SO SHALL YE REAP."
One Week's Harvest of Month's of Wildcat Specu-
lating, Gambling in Margins, Floating f
Watered Securities and the Juggling with
Depositor's Money in Tainted Banks.
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 7.
Otto Heia & Co. M*spedi.
F. Augusts Heas resig e as president of the Mereatile Bank of New
State Savis Bank of Butte, metans, does its deors.
Big Unancial in Ham bur Germ any, w e t al er.
FRIDAY, OCTOBER is
Rew Yrk Clearing House Committee forced the resignation of an the di-
retor o the Mercantile Ba. Charles W. Morse and R. Thomas were
among the number.
Stock on the New York Erchage made new low records.
SATURDAY, OCTOBER z9.
Heose, Mere and Thmas scrifce all kias of securities at extremely low
prices i order to pay bck leas to Mercantile and other banks.
Clearing Huse Committee wor all day and miht, trying to straighten
out the Mercatie tale.
TUESDAY, OCTOBER as.
Kaicerbocker Trust Company doed its dooer after a rn of several
hor du ratios, Md which time nearly S**momoo was paid ot to dpe-
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER a3.
A ru started a the Trust Company of America, during which $i toooooo
was pal eot over its centers ar these of its branches.
Feor Westibhae cera of Pittamrg went iato the hands f reseivera
Plttarm Stock Eadmr dosed to prevent pani.
Secretary Certelys amoeemm that he would place sooooo In New
York ake to abate the strigency. He also placed esOpoooo in Pittsabrg
THURSDAY, OCTOBER s.
Run coatiued en the Trust Cempany of America, but owing to otaide
asistane it was ale to pay the depeoitoer i full.
Thnre mall baaks in New York were compiled to doe after rm lasting
early all day.
FRIDAY, OCTOBER s5.
Six baak in Greater New York, with aggregate deposits of over tv mi-
isa dOlars, dosed thair 6dor
m m m m m . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
P. 0. Box xisa.
I I I I I N I I I I I I I I I I I I I 1151 1 11a I I I am
J. P. WILLL&. Predeflt
T. A. Jummums. Sd Viae-Preashdl.
*EL KAmTO Secretary.
1111 ll l 5 1 111 m..,
J. A. G. CARBON, Ut VIm-PMieM
J. F. DUSEaNUY.3 VWe!" -%ii
L. F. X Scu s Tmomrr.
J. P. WILLIAMS$ COMPANY:
mI.IYNM SIE ITS1 flMS UD fOILEN UK
am"-Omrneft SWVBMNX. GEORmacs
SJP5555W COUA, VLK. ermhO.y u
JA CU1jOrcvLLE, LA COLUQAUUS, @
Naval Stoires Produccrs are Invited to Correspond With UI.6
3 11111131131111 3 1 I BIll 113 3I I II II I I I II I III II I I II
WILLIAM A. BouR
JAMES 0. DAUST
WILLIAM A. BORS & COMPANY
TIE Ol.EST ESTaUE.ES SEEI *55 ig U THE WTATl
Hay, Gral. Faeed, Garde.
Seeds, Pultry Supplies, Fle,
Grits, Meal and fertilizer.
KW MOTTO: Pimt sb i 0 111411141 608
206 EAST BAY ST.. JACKSONVILLE, FIA.
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pfeldea. J. jI uizr.
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sa-V Md Trem
D~ L WJAIA
WEST FLYNN & HARRIS CO.
G OEEM I A BL OCA Smf s nes%. aS.
I WEST :LDG. Jhenesme Via
NAVAL STORES FACTORS.
NAVAL STORES RECEIVED AT SAVANNAH, GA. JACKSOH VILLE
FLA, AND FERAiDIMA, FLA.
Wholesale Grocers also Dealers in Hay. Grain ad Heavy
S~lEAGE'(3 or the Cdlebrold Union Twpons Ane.,
SOLE AGEVibes" Va.lCh F&hadshIua Va
The Altmayer L Flatau Liquor Company
720, 7 2, 724. 726 W. Bay Street Jaconvlle, fk..
Ialh~Q~9~-~Q##~*+rlll~n~~I+~LI~L~6~ - '- -' - -
TH EKL rJ-riA ECR.1
D aE STAmIa OF LODGnPOLE PIE.
(Continued from page )
years. Preservative treatment, described
in Circular 117 of the Forest Service, is
now being introduced, which will greatly
enhance the value of the wood for posts,
telkepne poles, ties and mine timbers.
Railroad companies are already treating
ties on a large scale at Laramie and Sher-
NOTICE TO NONw-RnsmDT.
In Circuit Court, Fourth Judicial Circuit
of Florida, in and for Duval County.
(Chrles R. Towers, vs. George D. Lancaster
and wife, et al.
To George D. Iancaster, Boe J. Lancas-
ter, George D. Lancaster as Trustee,
S Winnie Hobbs, John Savage, Judaon
vage and Virginia Savage.
You are hereby required to appear to
the Bill of Complaint filed herein against
you in the above entitled cause on or be-
fore the 8th day of January, A D. 190&.
"The Industrial Record" is hereby des-
iated as the newspaper in which this
order shall be published once a week for
four consecutive weeks.
* Witness my hand and seal of office this
2eth day of November, A. D. 1907.
P. D. CA88IDgY, Clerk.
Young and Adams, Solicitors for Com-
AOTICE OF STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING
Notice is hereby given that the annual
meting of the stockholders of the Com-
mereial Bank will be held at its office in
Jaksonville, Fla, at 3:00 o'clock p. im,
oa the 30th day of December, A. D. 1907,
at which meeting a resolution will be of-
fered to increase the capital stoek from
100000oo.00 to $200,0.00o.0
Jacksnville, Fla., Nov. 23, 1907.
OINS AND RUMS
$150to$5.00 per Gallon
...... AGECY O ......
L*t W66 ame 6 Mem0t Verage
Pure tRe Whimkht
CotMroses Bam's Monogram and Sylvan
ye-Agents for Junga t Cineiati and
Pamt Milwakee Beear Primes o ap
CHAS. BLUM A CO.
W, mn ad S wasr maTY TmErT
S JACKSOVllWILL PA.
DO TO WAWT PunxuAhIx?
f tit will psr- 't me the new F-
Make Money in Jacksonville Real Estate
TEN 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
S of his profits. By buying three lots in the Special Fall combination the in-
5 vestor can save $150 on the present selling prices. The three lots (any choice
S from plats) in this combination, and their present selling prices follow:
Murray Hill Height, approached by beautiful Hihway
avenue, paved, or from St. John drive paved, near the
new million-dolar shop of the Seaboard Air Line Bail-$ 2
way, and a subdivision that is all white, and extremely
popular, present eli prim
Pine Crest Park, near the corner of Myrtle avenue and
King road, in front of the Kdward Waters College site
and adjacent to more new ottages than any other section
of JackMnv"ille, p t price
Eat Grand fPrk, aproched by beautiful Kings road, a
nagnifcnt suburb, fr-elna, clean, strictly white and $
rapidly developing, present elhng price
We will sell these combinea-
tions, limited number, and
until otherwise advised, 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, gu-ranteeing
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 SAVING 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
Sboom. It wants none. The rapidly increasing values follow natural causes. The city i
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.,
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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THE wmaMllY INijutrr~c1AL RECORD.
12 THE WEEKLY INDUSTRIAL RECORD. -
HUTCH INS N S HOE C O M PANY .
VICTOR SHOES AND HATS
Wholesale Jacksonville Fl
Consult Your Best I
If ye do you will buy the famous RIXFORD
TUIRPNTINE AXE. Den't ,et yumr dealer per-
suade yO that seme other axe s "just as
ImitatiM is the slinerest frm of flattery.
The RIXORMs ever beinf imitated, but ev-
er equaled. BbY THE BEST--BUY RIXIOR'S.
Clyde Steamship Compagy
NEW YOIK9, CHAARLeSTON AND PLOIRIDA LINES
TM U ffilegn Qbsmaidp ON tbo Mae are appetatal to sail a feinami, Gem* as
W. H. Briggs Hardware Co.
Soe Sen4hau Agents
Fre tew Yok,
..- Char so soft Na
V. 3. nup-saN., Pos. 3. BERGER, G Le. a Viea w Pas.
L & CRATr, ViM-PSIm. O. SAVAXSZ; ,m
R. T. RICHARD, aesy.
TAMPA DRUG CO.
Dec. 3,at 3:00pm .... AL
Dee. 6,at3:00pf ....
Dec. 7,at 3:00pm .. ..COI
Dec.11, at 3:O0pm .....
De.,at 3:00pm .......A
Dec.14,at 3:0pm ... aL4
Dec 17, at 3:00pm ...ARK
Dec19, at 3:OOpm ....CO1
Dw- 21, at 3: O0pm .,.....1
Dec. 23,at 3:O0pm .... 1R(
Dec. 25, at 3:00pm ......
Dec. 26,at 3:OOpm ....AIAJ
. C, bl ways.
smKUM Cfduta l a"nroJwy
PACHE ..... Saturday, Dec. 7, at l:-.la
ONQUIN.... Sunday, Dec. 8, at J mM
APAHOE ... Tuesday, Dee. 14, at IMIm
AONCHE.... Thursday, Dec. 12, at lO m
URON ....... Saturday Dee. 14, at NLu
)QUOIS..... Monday, Dee. 1,at 1*?"m
LPACGM..... Wednesday, Dec. 18, at- Ikmf
1ONQUIN ... Friday, Dec. 2,at l:im
PAHOE...... Sunday, Dee. 2, at 1.mIe-
MACH .... Tuesday, Dee. 24, at 10km
UON ....... Thursday, Dec. 2Sat lO:L a
UDUOIB .... Saturday, Dec. 2at a t-m
PACE. ...... Monday, Dec. 3e, at I0imr
ONQUIN.... Tuesday, Dec. 31, at i
tNew York direct.
FPll and complete Uine of aU Mnads of Drags, Chemicals
and Patent Medictnes.
SPECIAL ATTENTION 70 COMMISSARY TRADE.
PROMPT ATTENTION TO ALL ORDERS.
ATLANTIC COAST LINE R, R
GOES EVERYWHERE .
North, South East and
Through Pullman Service on All Trains.
CONSULT IHE "PURPLE FOLDER"
For detailed information, schedules, rates and reser-
ation, see yor nearest Ticket Agent, or write or
W. A. WLai s.OTT. or
Atlantic Coast Line.
FRANK C. BOYLSTON.
District Pass. Agent
Atlante Coast Line.
.LYDE NEW ENOLAND AND SOuTHERN LINES.
Sat arits.. Dtwe. J as..V, k.sts. and preI. and a. a s.m daoS
SCaMg at carsetan Bet wayI.
Vram 110141 81161
Vram oamnim ab^
1whs Wbnt, as. -a Jsea -...
Saturday, Nov.30...............KATAH N... .........Saturday, -Dle. 7
Tuesday, Dec. 3................ CHIPPEWA.. .........Monday, D i. 9
Saturday Dee. 7 .............ONONDAGA ..............Thursday, Dea. t
-*V ~pnW. e, oa.
CLYDE ST. JOnlNS RIVER .Lu
-Dtwes Jahstwfies mad 1saafbet.
Steppon at P 0t16 L, Astar, t. Franc Bam ee (DtaLai), ami-i
ladi an St. JhKa Rier.
STEAMER "CITY OP JACK.SONVILL.E"
I aepaite to tsl as 1ee: leave Jackail.Bm, mayns, Ta mdays ar ;t
days, 3:30 p. Returning, Lave Smn Modays, Wednesdays ad FrM ,
eaTve 8:0J* 11U .
Lav 3:. m.................... Jck nim ................
Leave 3:0 -a. .................... Astor .................... i 8aIepem
..... ......... ............ Berester (De Ja ) .............. L e, 1.40
Auiv 8:a. ............... .... d ............. ......ev t .W-.
Arivrm 1: a.L .................. Z irs ...............I... ve 0.Is
GENERAL PARSFSUGU AND TICKT OFICE, tas W. BAY ST, JACK'VILL
fr. L ItaRNMN JL, A. G. P. A., M ..
JOHN PIZNDRL, T. P. A., A. C. H TY, 6. P. A.,
JadeBmale, Fla. Pie 6 i.L R., ew Tek.
0.. TAYLOR, P. T. I., C. C OWN, a P. A,
0 Bw- w y, Newt
L. 6. Jo slT.tI A, t.X aca M a Q.A,
J.. IWt* Leen PAL
W. G. COOPERk, JR., P. A., CLYDE NILEU, P. A.,
JackseM fl a. Pier 36. ., new Tak.
C. P. LOVELL, Aget, Jackesmille, la.
GENERAL OFFICES, PIERS 36. IR. Branh ago Bdreo ey, Nkw it.
THE WEEKLY INDUSTRIAL RECORD. 13
"rmm ONEPEAK NOTEL
3mm8, 900 ft OXe. Pr EigtbL N021 at
A Nu ss. I &Dy Street.
Dural Planing Mill Co.
Senta md @mW~td AveM, hlmmn. ur.
DMenm ceutm"tur wme we m9
Have Us Bit e Tidr Wee .
P" 1 749 e er Lim
I Yeu Want a Turpentin Lacatilo?
S Ye Want a SawmW Lcatien?
IF You Wat my Kinl f e tot LanV.
Y"u Mean Busliess?
Cft an or Wrte to
J. H. Livingston & Sons,
-Brick and Buildirng Material.
Wen syes Em thmes, Pertlame Ce-wt Plnter Paris. Nar Wall
PlaMtr, Mair for Plasterlg, S es,S s, re Brisk or Clay Write to
GEO. R- FOSTER. Jr., Jacksonville. Fla.
THE COMMERCIAL BANK
JACESOVU.E FLA. brances: Sa l U& CRY
The hqsut Ihlg tatas In Jaekasevills. la umiatdia an eM-
hWMewd arieLay eevatf a mac sd i. iubjet to vgua r amsmi -t
by dte 0C-mplhre
fiavaiusi and Saviip MSsM selllt@d
A DsIUOW, V.3 OWEN. 3 IL A *3A%
o$50 CASE OF GRIP
Cured wit one bottle of Johnson's Tonic. Don't
paW tll o have gahked 10 lbs. Price $Oc. Write
The Johnson's Chil and Fever Tonic Co.,
Is the Paper you want It is
published daily and is from 12
to 16 hours ahead of any other
daily newspaper in Florida..
a~a bni n~
$5o a Year $2M50 Six Months
Full Telegraphic and Stock
reports. If you want to keep
posted on the news, get the
CARTER & R UsELL rf,% "o
J*IK S O M I F A1k5 V 1 1, l
Mc KOY PATENT
The best and simplest cup
on the market. Detachable
Greater Capacity, easier
dipped ,more easily placed
on tree, stronger and prae-
tically indestructible. Will
not rust. For eatalo and
price lit write
*P1 il! PIIU I lwMnM M
' 101V5 iS beta BDuildig,
New Orleans. Louuima
Barnes & Jessup Company |
Naoval Stores Factors and Commission
SC. H. arne. Preeldet. J. A. Ewag Vice-Priesi.
E. B. Well. Secret*wy man Treurer. 0
DILECTOR.S: C. H. Banes. J. A. Ewitan, 1 I& MM.
J. tL. S ndwer. E.C. Long, W. E. Cmmn, E. B. Well, W. I
Jennidtij G. W. Taylor.
SAs r uMpply o it s mi, we ms
ut tdt umadg pomein. o das
WdF I40C snm
C w Gtasses o
E t Ct Company
East Coast Lumber Co.
ROUGH AND DrMFUN U LAM LEAP
Yellow Pine Lumber
Bundled Rosin Barrel Staves in Carload Lota
Staerer Sbipments a Specialty.
THE WEEKLY U1NDUrTXKIAL BOORD. ___
Southern Drug Mfg. Company
WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS AND MANUFACTURERS OF
Flnvoring Extracts, Packed Drugs, B. B. Bluing. Vinegar end Pyne's Popular Remedies.
We handle everything in the Drug and Medicine line. Write for prices. JACKSONVILLE. FLA.
M A. BAKER, INVENTOR AND THE
S.BA KER OAV, MANUFACTURER OF
BAKER IMPROVED SEAMLESS TURPENTINE SlILt S.
wrilom lmtroeF 0. 1=. :a r at atbrrntlonebea.
As L W soa ander a suafrante.
JOB WORK TnROVda THE COVUNT &Y PROMPTLY AT I EiMDED TO
The Larest d Oldest Copper Works it the Sorth
My speelalty is large worm ated heavy bttoms that do met leak
BRUNSWICK, GA. and PENSACOLA, FLA.
1 DIAMONDS AND WATCHES
0 W. W W.CWae Pm. W C.g T W W a W i.g 3. C a W n T W u
STampa Hardware Co.
* Turpentine, Mill and Phosphate .uppl -
t TAMPA. FLORIDA.
tt ttim mI tisetll tte $! lmfmmhi ushm
Are made in Palatha, lP., b G. D
S4 on. Th s elected qraws wood
We dMply a a caff. We cam shw ye, at correct mad smeey
wafag prkccs, msy papers Of leese plre wte, perfect
DIAMOND. It Its r deasre to cotmre befM tee mlgest
.men* dealers to JackseMsve, mad er specialty Is ntae remrd .
car gems asn k-grade Warne as d uElgi Watches.
NE S LASEVC4Dimends, Watrfes. JeI ery, 0
_sHE_.U&SL-.E RReliable Whiskies.
SE-E 1-** 4331 ---------- --- -
Craig Bros Co. I
259 W. Bay Street EVERETT LOCK. th
Leaders in Men's and Boys' Fine Cloth- an
nlg and Up-to-Date Furnishings. -
Agents for Dunlap and Steteon Hats; largest stock in the City.
-I------~ .,,,,i, or
Southern States Naval Stores Co.
Factors and Commission Merchants
Ship to Savnnah Get Competition Highest Prices Promptest Returns
Correspond With Us
When we make Claims for our goods we are certain of
e facts. We operate the finest open fire copper Distill-
y in the World. We do our own bottling and packing
d no expense or labor is spared to have every drop of our
hiskey absolutely pure and of the highest quality.
We guarantee every Order to be perfectly satisfactory,
return your money.
Four Full Quarts Rose's
"Old Corn" or "Old Rye" or assort $3.40, express
prepaid Write for complete Price-Lst
R. M. Rose Company,
1 16 West Forsyth Sreet, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
j ASK THE REVENUE OFFICER."
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"Old Time" Remedies
TiE JOY OF THE HOUSEHOLD.
Then he pat m m, NUN= Tes, a ie CL bn DRA
at Ca Ob are ihe joy of the household. With them Mear at head, a
sn redy fer any meney. He has a @afe, reliable ard speedy relief
for wife, -m mf or s tok. With tse emdie you saa tep the
61t 8 ad- ort of your poeae, hr a ye v be a healthy, happy famny. an-
e, yem emat ure your stoek of any ailmet hat my befal them. b
IUKAN TEA--Ia iiaMd er Powder Frnm- the eat family medine. It
W ms as Ier of Lher and Kidny io pilainta Prevel ( CCle ana2 alaYfl
7kr. Dow tlM eonmmr almeto f ehilren; al as a aati=v toae it witKout
an ae an d iabl. In the Hqnid, it fa exrmely paltsb. -r eildre
STa-- t is READY OR3 U0E.
IMENCTA is a womma's mdlm. It will mr all the dmeses common t
wi.s, and das.ad a l mial Trubl .. t winl brig youth bae to a e aded woman,
who hams em asro n bsmme she thought It vemam' lot. It will eare for the
g g t ting oManho; anped pare ta yong w- ra ftr the ad
CU N UZ -Tae instant Palnt Killer, for eith er or beast. Relie
i y, oalle, ahmps, Choklra Merb, Dirrhoea, Dystentery ad Siek Headoehe
r ae inh is an IfaUllile remedy aid le guaranteed to give relief in g i
CUOAX OIL-The Best Nome ma Nerve linrit. Is antuseptie for cuts.
d ar tora feh, ad will instantly reieve the pain. Cureo ieebites Uad stingsB
m b erm, br s and soreso, capped h and face ore and tender feet.
AMdevle rhammsat pain, lane bak. s joints, and in stoek cres wire fenee ets.
sa aehM thruh, splint, dollar eoae, aMddle gals and diseased boos.
Wdlb asr Prtes.
SPENCER MEDICINE CO.. Chattanooga, Ton.
BEFORE MAKING YOUR PURCHASE!
H. I. Pktffa-ti Pr. P. L. U8THERLAND. Viee-Prm A D OOVINOTON. 8ee'y
JP.. COUNCIL. Trea aud Ge.a Mr.
THE COUNCIL TOOL CO.,
General Ofices: JACKSONVItLE FLL.
Factory: WAWrAWIS X. C.
M -15-s" era of Hig *rAe Tools
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W. L4.- LSO, JNO. E. NARirIs, a. J. SCOVIL,
Fwt. a 1re1. V6e Pres. Sec'y a menl. Ig.
Florida Cooperage Company
Turpentine, Cotton Seed Oil, Dip
and Syrup Barrels.
Of ie frate ry Enterprbie i nl Cstp Streets.
Telephone 1855 Jacksonville, Fla.
CuMER LUMBER COWANY
Rough Dressed Lumber
Lonwg Leaf rekew PAn.
5W AM 0MAAT
J.; S. Schofie*'s Sons Company,
*6 HeadSuarters tea
I Distiller's Pumping
No plant complete without one.
Hundred of them in ue in
BSoath Crollna. Write us for p ,
arIw and prices. We alo nfa e
S* Engines, 8ersM aind
;, Beter Tmaues, Etu .
o i o Advise your want.L
SMacon, - MaGeorgia.
wel carryJ a ul t l* and otap* et
S- K ttsr .n ofg T*ma r T en slm *O
Ot*gtO--0t O .OteoOt.t90. .t*t~9Ot* t01,t.tst.e*-*-* --
:muu"'"''' mu''"''"))( muam muiiiu ua i. um
J. W. 34tt1,
C. B. Pea.r
John R. Young Co.,
Naval Stores factors. Wholesale Grocers.
SavatanO h t Brunswick. Ga.
eesseesess 11es8e8h ***m 1 Im u8 ----0i0
Wbnoevle Dealoes in a" Do el Cfci
St. Louis Lager Boor
LiU rs, Wins, NiNI Watm
Wrift fr Prieme
for AM PurpnSe
Wd for Catdeds
Preston Miller Co.
Dept. B Creset City, A.&
WM.. D. JONES
107 E. BAY ST.
man aOrdesl adid
GREENLEAF <( CROSBY CO.. Jackcnnv~le.o Fa.
Our Stock is
lected by a
Buyer of Thirty-
ive Years' Ex-
perience both in
You will 147 Rogers'
ind Ourtime and want to remind you that our Catalogue contains a f
assortment of ur.vin goods
WRITE FOR A COPY NOW AND LOOK IT OVFR AT YOUR LEISUSE.
Palf Tones-Bnc things
CHRISTMAi still a long way off, but we have been preparing for it sox
time and want to remind ,ou that our Catalogue contains a fine
assortment of gift-giving goods.
WRITE fOR A COPY NOW AND LOOK IT OVfR AT YOUR LElSUSE.
Half Tones--Zine [tEching
Illustrating and Engraving Department
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 SqiMity Is Made of D spldg, Ietuchl aad Eiusl Pkti r d l Mim.
In Writing or applying for Prices, Give the Most Explicit Description of What Is
Wanted. Good Work and Prompt Deliveries Promised.
A Florida Enterprise.
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