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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: December 7, 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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oioUbat Ennouncements


Many of Jacksonville's well-known and
popular firms have attractive Holiday an-
nouncements in this issue of the Record.
It will pay our readers to look them
over carefully. A large majority of these
firms are old friends of the Record readers.
They have been using these columns for
years and deserve your patronage. They
will not only give you the advantages of the
lowest market prices, but you know when
you bqy from them you are getting that
which every man has a right to ask for, but
don't always get-"A SQUARE DEAL."


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SEND TO-DAY FOR OUR BEAUTIFULLY
ILLUSTRATED
CATALOGUE OF CHRISTMAS GOODS.


It is almost as good as coming to our store. You will
each member of the family.


find something nice for


Diamond Rings.
The very finest quality
Diamonds, pure, white, per-
fectly cut, brilliant stones,
set in 14-karat mountings,
from
$15.00 to $30.00.
Ruby, Emerald and Dia-
mond Set Rings---Beautiful
combinations of five stones
in 14-karat mountings,
$12 00 to $65.00.


TMs krattf CMl Will Mak Yer Wie app.


BUY IT FOR HER All YOU WILL EIJOI YOUR
CHRISTMAS MORE,


Lodge


Emblems.


K. ef P. Phs, $1.00
Odd fellow, 1.00
Masonic a 1. 0. . ., 2.35
Shrine Buttoms, 2.50
Eagle 1.50
Masonic Charnm, 4.00
K. of P. 7.00
Elk'sTootl" 14.00
Elk's Head, $2.75 to $28.00


We have as finely assorted a line of Ladies' and Gentlemen's
Watches and Ladies' Lockets as any store in the South. If
you don't see what you want advertised here, write for (
catalogue.

R. J. RILES CO., "W BaySt,
Jacksonville, Fla.


CONSOLIDATED





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NAVAL STORES COMPANY.

fce: JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
Savannah. 6a., and Pensacola, Fla.

OFFICERS.
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W. ca w oEI.I., Pre a u *.. u lAPhDn J wH.I S "U Wv u. tflS &t u, u. S. = im O l a
POWELL, Vie PresdMets; P. DUWNBURY, Secretary and Traurer.
LXECUTIVE COMMITTEE: W. C. Powell, B. Rogers, H. L Oovington, B. F. Bullart, J. A. Cranford.
DIL 'FORS: W. C. iNell, B. 1. DBllard, C. B. Rogers, J. A. Oanford, W. J. Hill ian, John H. Powell, W. F. Ooaehman, BHL. Covingeto, C. Dmowna D H.
MeMilUa, R. B. Powell, C. I. Covington, 8. 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.


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RECORD.


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Operators Must Minimize Their Operations and Reduce Expnses


--the Strong Must Help the Weak


The Exeoutive (Ommittee of the Turp-
etie Operators' Asolation met in the
e.oe of J. A. Holloms Friday forenoon,
all of the members but three being pree-
et. The meeting was for the purpose of
a confereae with the recently appointed
Ways and Meann O mittee, and for de-
ding upon a de~nte plan of action by
whilc the producing eid of the business
ay be placed upon a more profitable
basic. The committee very carefully sur-
veyed the entire situation and passed the
following resolutims, to which the fac-
tare in a later confereae very heartily
subsribed, promaing even to tras mit the
relations to their respective customers,
aging a strict complance with the rec-
omnendatioa made thereia. The reso-
lutions passed by the Executive Commit-
tee follow:
Whereas, the cat of producing turpen-
time and rosai for the past year and at
the pr nt time is greater than the in-


come from the product, based on the pres- (1st). To curtail the output for the


ent selling prices; and
Whereas, the market price for spirits
is now and is liable to continue at a
figure less than cost of production unless
the production for another year is mate-
rially curtailed; and
Whereas, the independent operators are
now in position to help and even save the
entire situation by taking the initiative
in a general readjustment of operations
by which a smaller gross amount of prod-
uct may be produced another year at a
smaller cost of production, thereby taking
the first step toward higher prices, by
minimizing the supply to a point less than
the demands of the consuming world, and
the second step toward production :at a
profit; therefore,
Resolved, That we, the Executive Comn-
mittee of the Turpentine Operators' Asso-
ciation, recommend to all producers of
naval stores:


ensuing year and to minimize to the low-
est possible amount the cost of opera-
tions:
(2nd). That we urge the independent
operators, who are particularly in posi-
tion to carry out this recommendation, to
take immediate steps to adjust their ope-
rations in the woods to the end that all
operations by independent and dependent
operators, shall be in line with the above
recommendations;
(3rd). That the prices for operationss
do not exceed: Box cutting, 11/, cents to
January 1st, and then 1% cents, unless a
decided change for the better ensues in
the meantime, and to scale all lator in
proportion; that is, that labor as a whole
be cut from 25 to 33 1-3 per cent.
(4th.) That the general box cut bull
not exceed twenty-five per cent of the
box cut last year.
J. G. BOYD, President.


J. A. HOLLOMON, Secretary,
A. SES8OMS,
A. G. PAUL,
R. 8 HAIL,
F. J. O'HARA,
JOHN HENDERSON,
Executive Commiteee, in session Dec. Oth,
1907.

We concur in the above, and urge our
customers to comply with the recommend-
ations stated therein.
CONSOLIDATED NAVAL STORES CO.,
By W. C. Powell, President.
BARNES & J8SSUP COMPANY,
By C. H. Barnes, President.
PENINSULAR NAVAL STORES 00.,
By B. W. Blount, Vice-Presidet.
WEST-FLYNN & HARRIS CO.,
By D. M. Flynn, Vice-President.
These resolutions will also be signed by
the Savannah factors.


Georgia and Florida Sawmill Association Meets Next at Tifton,


December 10th.


Tiftne, Ga. Nov. 0.-The next meet-
ing of the Georgia & Florida Sawmill As-
soeation will be held at the Myon Hotel,
Tiften, Ga., Tuesday, December 10th, at
10 o'clock a. m.
There should be a large attendance at
this meeting. Every manufacturer is de-
sirous of getting a close touch on condi-
tins as they exist today, and also get
information that will influence his opera-
tions for the immediate future, as well as
for the coming year. We earnestly hope
that you will be on hand.
B. C. HARRELL,
Secretary.
Some days ago Secretary Harrell, of the
Association, sent out a circular letter to
the manufacturers in Georgi and Florida
for a report as to the number of mills
closed down and the number that would
close down December ast; the reduction in
wages at the various mills and the per
cent of reduction, which makes a rather
interesting showing. We give below 28
of these eplies as a fair specimen of the
answers to Mr. Harrell letter, which will
be read with more or less interest by the
trade at home as well as up North. They
follow:
1. "Have curtailed output 25 per cent,
working less men but not made general
redueti in wages."
2. "Running 2-3 time account contract
boards. No reduction in wages, but ex-
pect to as moo as a associate mills."
3 "Looking after local trade. Some of
our neighbors have cut 2 per day; about


3 out of 5 small mills near us have shut 14. "Making 2-3 time. On December lst
down." will reduce $1.50 men to $1.25, and $1.25 to
4. "Mills running about % time. Will $1.00. Probable that this will go into ef-
reduce wages November 25th." feet generally on December 1st or on Jan-
5. "Not cutting as much as 30 days uary 1st in this vicinity. (Ocala, Fla.)"
ago, 30 to 25 per cent off. Wages reduced 15. "Reducing output very materially.
10 per cent and more." Wage scale reduced only in cases where
6. "Out wages 10 per cent and may be new men come on. Think it a good ideo
forced to another 5 per cent cut. Local for you to write all the members empha-
demand enables us to run regularly for sizing the fact that low prices will not in-
the past 30 days, but having trouble get- crease demand. Seems that only actual
ting orders for small rough stuff; prices wants will be bought at this time."
very low." 16. "Output reduced % since August
7. "Have not made reduction in cut Ist. Reduced wages and have no trouble
more than had to; no reduction in wages keeping plenty of men."
account being short handed; intend to re- 17. "Wages reduced about 20 per cent,
duce first of year." and pay days changed to once a month."
8. "Reduced output % in orange section 18. "Shut down indefinitely, or until
and cant reduce wages until after picking conditions improve."
season is over." 19. "Running % time; wages cut 25
9. "Running % time. Reduced wages per cent."
18th inst." 20. "Running /g time, and wages re-
10. "Running 4 days a week, local duced about 20 per cent."
trade. Pay new hands $1 per day." 21. "Reduced crew about %/ and sawing
11. "Working 100 convicts and 100 2 or 3 days in the week. Thinking of
mules; cannot well afford to shut down or closing mill down indefinitely; small lo-
curtail output. Have no orders and cut- cal business and no coastwise."
ting" stock. Can buy lumber for less than 22. "Have not been running mill for
can manufacture it." several months, and won't until there is a
12. "Sawmill shut down for past fair profit in the business. Labor plenti-
month; do not expect to run until prices ful at $1 and better than when paying
are better. At planing mill have cut $1.25 and $1.50."
wages to 85c., and daily turning laborers 23. "All common labor reduced to $1,
away." teamsters $1.25, and more help since the
13. "Wages reduced 20 per cent; running reduction than had before. Running full
full time as near as can, retarded by scarce time on fairly satisfactory orders that
labor." will carry till first of year; prospects for


new orders bad."
24. "Output reduced nearly 50 per cent.
Nov. 1 reduced wages 10 per cent all
along; since then woods crew an addition-
al 10 per cent cut. Possible that further
reduction on balance of labor December I."
25. "Running on loIal trade only.
Wages cut 10 to 25 per cent and have as
many hands as had before. If no im-
provement expect to cut wages again.
Nearly all the mills in this section (South
Florida) have shut down."
26. "Closed the night of the 14th, and
let men go except watchmen. Number
of inquiries, but apparently feelers, and
looking for suckers who might take them."
27. "Wages will be reduced 25 to 30
per cent December 1st. Intention from
now on to pay common labor $1 where
we have paid $1.50. Shut down entire
month of August, since that time nearly
half output for own use"
28. "Running 3-4 usual output. Wages
reduced 20 per cent and have plenty of
labor."
If you don't want to get a fight on
your hands don't say anything to Capt.
Ben Gray about payrolls. He came to
Savannah some days ago and by reason
of his popularity among the banks here
and elsewhere, easily succeeding in bag-
ging about $2,000 in currency for his pay-
rolls. Chucking it way in his hand bag,
conscious of the joy and satisfaction that
he knew the distribution of that amount
of the "coin of the realm" In his locality
would produce, he handed is 'grip" to the










THE WEEKLY INDUSTRIAL RECORD.



WHITE OAK SPIRITS BARRELS

Guaranteed to conform to specifications Savannah and Jacksonville Board of Trade.

Write to Ceimmbus Barrel Mft. Co., Columbus, Ga., or to HENRY ELSON, Florida Mgr., Jacksavte Fla.


hotel clerk and asked him to take care
of it for a few moments while he took
dinner. In the meantime, however, a sleek
scondrel stepped up to the desk and de-
manded the hand bag which was promptly
turned over to him, the clerk not thinking
but he was giving it to the proper party.
When Capt. Gray called for his grip it was
gone, money and all, the fakir showing
Savannah the bottom of his heels while
Capt. Gray returned home a sadder but
wiser man.
Rumor has it that the Ensign Lumber
Co., of Jacksonville, Fla., and Waycross,
Ga., will close out its business on January
1st and will enter the trade as a whole-
saler. Mr. Ensign, the head of these con-
eerns, is one of the most popular lumber-
men in Georgia and Florida.
Cassius F. Smith, better known as
"Cash" Smith, one of the most prominent
lumbermen in the South, was among the
Georgis lumbermen who attended the
meeting of lumbermen held in Memphis
on November 14th. Mr. Smith is the pres-
ident of the Oemulgee River Lumber Com-
pany of Lumber City, and is popular
among the lumbermen of this section.
"Cash" Smith, a he is familiarly called by
his friends, came to this State in the
early '9Vs, saw the opportunities in yel-
low pine and bought heavily. In less
than twelve months he had made a profit
of $100,000. Since then he has steadily
advanced until he is now known as one of
the lumber kings of Southwest Georgia.
Among the lumbermen visiting Savan-
nah since our last issue are B. B. Gray,
Pinebloom; R. B. Parker, Ciaxton; A. L.
Nease, Marlowe; L. W. Youmans. Fairfax,
a 0.; 0. P. Daniels, Belleville; E. E. Foye,
~rypt; J. J. Domany, of Iorwany-Price
Lumber Company, Broxton; and J. A. Co-
ey, Alley.

BUILDING AND CONSTRUCTION WORK
IN OCTOBER.
Twenty-nine Cities Show a Increase and
the Agrgate Decrease Over Last
October Is a Little Over Three
Per Cent.
Official building reports from some fifty
leading cities throughout the country re-
eeived by The American Contractor, Chi-
eago, compiled and tabulated, show that
building operations continue decidedly ac-
tive; twenty-nine cities -saow an increase
varying from one hundred to two hundred
and ninety per cent., and twenty-two show
a los ranging from three to fifty-nine
per cent; in the aggregate the decrease, as
compared with October, 1906, amounts to
three and four-fifths per cent. Some of
the principal gains are: Birmingham, 97
per cent; Buffalo, 27; Cleveland, 290;
Grand Rapids, 35; Kansas City, 25; Little
Rock, 113M Minneapolis, 12; Nashville,
116; New Orleans, 29; Omaha, 36; Pat-
erson, 134; St. Paul, 77; Spokane, 81;
Syracuse, 140; Worcester, 127; Wilkes-
barre, 86 Among those showing a de-
crease sab Baltimore, 34; Bridgeport, 18;
Chattanooga, 50; Detroit, 20; Duluth, 33;
Hartford, 43; Los Angeles, 44; Newark,
Ws; Philadelphia, 59; Pittsburg, 37; Ta-
oma, 23; St. Louis, 54. Building opera-
tins have not been exceptionally lively in


I BUYER'S DIRECTORY
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ACCOUNTANTS.
r. a. Hutehinmon, iaekaonville, Fla.
Walter Mucklow, Jacksonville, Fla.
ABSTRACTS.
Realty Title & Trust Co., Jacksonville,
Fla.
AXES.
Bri Hardware Co., ValdMota,
J. D. Weed & Co., Savannah, Ga.
BANKS
Commercial Bank, Jacksonville, Fla.
BEER-WHOLESALE.
Chas. Blum & O., Jacksonville, a.
Soseph Zapf & Oo, Jacksonv a.
BARREL STAVS.
Bt Coast Lumber Co, Watertown.
lorida.
20OX8 AND CRATES.
Cummer Lumber Co, Jacksonville Fla.
BRIEL
Geo. R. eater, Jr., Jaeksomcall, Fl.
BUILDING MATERIAL.
Ge. R. ate Jr., Jaeksav fle, b.
CROCKIEY.
Knight Crckery sad Plrante UC,
Jaksoaville Fla.
CLOTHING.
Crag & Bro. J. A, Jacksonville, Fla.
Standrt Clothing Co., Jacksoville, Fla.
COPPER SMITHS.
1M-ca Brothenrs Jhaek vl avaimn-
aah ad kgMl.
M. A. Baker, Brunawick, G.
COOPERAGE.
bltd Cooperage to.,acksonvills Fla.
Atlantic Cooperage Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
DRUGS.
W. D. Jones, Jacksonville, Fla.
DRUGS-WHOLKSALE.
Gro"i-T-G ^_w Drug CO, Joskmnrvll

soahen iDro mug Cok, Jackoenville,
DRY GOODS--WHOLESALE
Coviagta Co. The. Jaksonville, Fla.
ELECTRIC LIGHT AD POWER
PLANTS.
Karl Frie, Brunswick, Ga.
MEGI S.II
sehokM's Sons (o3., J. 8., Maeon, Ga.
lombabr Iron Works an Supply Co., An-
Karl Fri, Brunswick, Ga.
FURNITURE.
Knight Oroekery and Furniture Co,
Jaekseaville, Fla.
Ramis, Jacksonville, Fla.
FERTILIZERS.
Hours Co., Wa. A., Jacksorville, Fla.
FOUiNDMIS.
oWaed's So CoA, J. S, Macon, Ga.
Iombard Iron Works & Supply COo., Au-
gueta, Ga.
FUNERAL DIRECTORS.
The Clha. A. Clark Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
GAS.
Jaksoavlle, Gas Co, Jacksonville, Fla.


GENTS' FURISHERS.
Standard Clothing Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
Stuart-Bernstein Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
Craig & Bro., J. A., Jacksonville, Fla.
GROCERS-WHIOLSEALX.
Williams Co., J. P, Savannah. Ga.
Young Co, John R., avannah, Ga.
HARDWARE.
Bond & Bours Co. The, Jacksonville, Fla.
Briggs, W. H., Hardware Co., Valdoea, Ga.
Tamp Hardware Co., Tampa, Fla.
W d & Co.. J. D, Savannah Ga.

HAY AND JRAIN.
Bours & Co.. Wm. A.. Jacksonville, Fla.
HATS.
Craig & Bro, J. A, Jacksonville Fla.
Standard Clothing Co.. Jacksonville. Fla.

HOOP IRON.
J. D. Weed & Co., Savannah, Ga.
HOTEL.
Duval Hotel, Jacksonville, Fla.
Zahm's European Hotel, Jackionville, Fla.
IRON WORKS.
Sehofeld's Somn Co. J. ., Maeon. Ga.
JEWELERS.
R. J. Riles Co, Jacksonville, l1a.
Ureenleaf & Crosby Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
Hes & Slager, Jacksonville. Fla.
LUMBER.
Est Coat Lumber CO., Watertown
Florida.
LIQUORS.
R. M. Rose Co, Jacksonville, Fla.
Blum & Co., Chas., Jacksonville, Fla.
Altmayer & Flatau Liquor Co., Macon,
Ga., and Jacksonville, Fla.
Joseph Zapf & Co. Jacksonville, Fla.
MEDICINE.
Spencer Medicine Co., Chattanooga, Tena.
MACHINE WORKED
Schofield's Sons Co., J. ., Maaon, Ga.
Lombard Iron Works. Augusta, Ga.
MATZRIAS FOR TuRPEallmt PRO-
CESS.
Schofield's oas Co., J. 8., Maeon, G.
METAL WORKERS.
McMilen iaroe C., Jackoeavle, 8was-
ash ad Meoil
Baker, M. A, Brunswick, Ga, ad Penm-
cola, Fla.
MILL SUPPLIES.
Sehofeld's Sons Co., J. B., Maeon, Ga.
Tampa Hardware Co., Tampa, Fla.
Weed & Co., J. D., Savannah, Ga.
Malaby Mahinery Co., Jaksonville, Fla.
Briggs Hardware Co., Valdosta, Ga.
Lombard Iron Works & Supply Co., Au-
gusta, Ga.
MONUMINETS.
Tampa Monumetal Works, Tamps, rF.
MULES AND HOR08E.
W. A. Cook, Tampa. Fla.
MEDICINES.
Johnson's Chill and Fever Tonic Co., Sa-
vannah, Ga.


NAVAL STO
Peninsular Naval stores Co., Jacksovllle
and Tampa, Fla.
Barnes Jessp O., Jacksonvlle, s.
Consolidated Naval Strm Co, Jaksa-
viln, Fla.
West-Flynn-Harris C., Jaeksoavfle, Mh
Williams Coo, J. P., a vassh, Ga.
Young Co, John E asvaah, Ga.
Southern State Naval MSea Oa m-m
ash. G.
PAInT
Bond & Boars Co., Jashmenvil ,
PHOSPHATE SUPPLY.
Tampa Hardware Ca. T, F .
PLANIMG MILL.
Duval Planing Mill Co., Jacksonville, Fa.
PHOSPHATE MACHINERY.
Lombard Iron Works & Supply Oa., A-
guats, Ga.
PURMM
Merrill-Steveas Co., Jacksnville F.
Schofeld's Soas Co, J. S., Mama, Ga.
NAT 3TOAIL
Atlantic Coast Lit.
REAL ESTATE.
Southern Real Estate and Invesmt Co.,
Flomaton, Ala.
SAWMILLS.
Lombard Iron Works & Supply C(, An-
gusta, Ga.


Bour. & Co.. Wa. A, Jakaemvll, hI
SUM YA&
Cummer Lumber Co., Jaekso vif, Fla.
SHOES-WHOL[ NIl
Hutchinson Shoe o., Jacsonville F,
Joe. Rosenheim Shoe Co., Savannah, Ga.
STKAXUHIP.
Clyde Steamship Co. The, New York City.
TAEB.
G. M. Davis & Sons, Paatka, Fla.
Schofield's Bons Co, J. S., Maen, Ga.
Preston Miller Co, Creeot City, LM.
TURPEMalau s AMRRL.
Atlantic Cooperage Coo Jackmvill, A
Florida Cooperage Co., Jacksonville, la.
tIuPE.aslsm STILLS.
Baker, M. A., Brunewik, Ga, as M
cola, Fla .
McMillan Bthe .C, .JMad M
Savannah an Molb.
TIME LANDS
Jacksonville Development Co., Jackson-
ville, Fla.
TOURPsaM l TOOLS.
Council Tool Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
Operator' Tool Co, One Coam A"Ur
FL.
J. D. Weed & Co, Savannah, Ga.
WATCHNS.
Greenleaf & Crosby Co., Jacksonvlle, Vi
Hess & Saer, Jacksonville
R. J. Riles Co., Jacksonville, Fl.
YELLOW PIE LUMBER.
Cunmm Lumber 0, Jacnville, Fk.
Nat Cast Lumber GO, Wtalrtows, M









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St. Louis since the g
and this setback was
details are as follows

City.

Baltimore ........S
Birmingham ......
Bridgeport ........
Buffalo ...........
Chicago ..........
aeveland.........
Chattanooga ......
oDvenport ........
Denver ...........
Detroit ...........
Duluth ...........
Grand Rapids .....
Haurburg .......
Hartford .........
TIlianapoll ......
Kansa City ......
Little Bo .......
ouisville .......
s Angeles ......
ilwaukee .......
Minneapolis ......
Memphis .........
Mobile..........
Nashville .........
New Haven ......
Newark ..........
New Orleans ....
Manhttan .....
Brooklyn ......
Bronx.........
New York ........
Ouah ...........
Philadelphia ......
Paterson........
Pttsburg .........
Pueblo ...........
Beading ..........
Seattle ...........
St. Joseph .......
St. Louis .........
St. Paul ..........
San Francisco ....
eranton .........
Spoku. ..........
South Bend ......
Syracae .........
Salt Lake City ...
Topeka ...........
Taeoma ..........
Worcester ........
Wilkesbarre ......


great exposition there, hikory necessary in the manufacture of
to be expected. The parts of vehicle and farm implements.
I: The hardwood forests of the northern
Oct. Oct. section of the country are being rapidly
1907, 1906, denuded and it is therefore important
cost. cost. that accurate information regarding like
425,255 $ 646,580 species in other sections of the country be
177,353 89,920 obtained. The hickory of the northern
277,395 279,374 States has always been considered of bet-


631,000
4,957,160
4,255,397
120,770
25,205
578,810
1,206,150
162,304
333,872
61,950
109,970
494,659
951,719
86,680
291,715
1,000,764
1,26,930
9e7,115
281,830
41,680
30,80%
184,0e8
77,695
300,364
6,384,710
4,063,630
1,579,540
12,567,910
500.543
1,763,06^
120,577
708,461
16,900
79,650
1,953,037
85,0es
1,284,315
1,013,328
4,906,430
20-89

75,106
651,6oo
223,900
soz ,ao
99,906
203,N8
200,917
1sCO,44


Total ........ 47,73 J 02


493,510
5,219,900
1,088,757
243,280
25,200
565,4a4
1,516,800
243,475
246,282
80,250
300,065
571,176
764,700
40,565
278,920
1,859,267
1,264,947
820,720
271,665
52,300
139,084
208,080
990,448
238,086
3,834,765
6,208,728
1,513,755
11,577,258
365,150
4,379,000
51,406-
1,107,331
15,495
116,875
1,929,879
82,485
2,853,976
751,904
76104
6,046,369
244,070
328,345
66,500
270,722
183,400
54,860
264,865
122,915
107,903

$49,64,534


ter quality than that of the South, and
has been quite generally given the prefer-
ence by manufacturers and users of this
species*of wood. Prejudices once estab-
lished are not readily removed and because
of this fact the Forest Sercvice is prepar-
ing to prove conclusively the relative mer-
its not only of hickory of the same species
obtained in different sections of the coun-
try, but also different species of hickory
grown in the same section. It is intended
later to extend the scope of this work to


other species of wood in the order of their
importance to the manufacturing interests
of the country.
A shipment of Southern hickory has just
been received at the Purdue timber-test-
ing laboratory. This material was collect-
ed by a representative of the Forest Ser-
vice and accurate data regarding species,


growth and locality were taken for each
tree from which the material was ob-
tained. Other material of the same spe-
cies, to be selected, will be treated in a
like manner and all will be tested for the
purpose of determining its Atregth, stiff-
ness, and suitaMlity for the purposes for
which it is used. The strength, sahe


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Washinton, Dee. 7.-Crriage makers
and manufacturers of farm implements, as
well as the men of a number of other
industries which are concerned in the use
of hickory will follow with interest a
series of tests of this valuable wood about
to begin at the Forest Service timber-test-
ing laboratory at Purdue University, at
Iafayette, Ind.
The importance of the tests lies in the
fact that they will furnish accurate data
ea the relative strength of the different
kinds of hickory, which is a wood for
which no satisfactory substitute has been
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139 Realty Building, Jackuonvtlle, Fla.
CAPITAL $100.000,000. SURPLUS $18,690.12.
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2,000 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; only
30 miles from Jacksonville. Price, $&00 per acre; or would subdivide at $3.00 per
acr.
50,000,000 feet of yellow pine stumpage lose to a lake with water transporta-
tion to Jacksonville; timber will cut 4,000 feet per acre. Easy logging. Price
$200 per thousand; terms of payment easy. Would sell in fee at price to be agreed
on per acre.
150,00,000 feet of pine and cypress can be logged to Jacksonville; about 35,-
000 acres in turpentine and 16,000 acres of virgin timber comprise this group which
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 10,000
to 100,00 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 lannds near Dade City; is in the vegetable and tobacco
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 set-
tle; to farm'and raise a her of cattle; $12,000 will purchase this tract. Terms,
$2,000 cash, balance any way that suits purchaser, with interest at 5 per cent.
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Realty Buildig, Jacksonville, Fla.


er data obtained by these tests will
ke possible a direct comparison of the
rits of the wood as regards its species
I locality of growth.
L pinch in the hickory supplydias been
Sfor several years, and it is already
a that the growing of hickory must be
ouraged either by natural growth or
ificial planting, if the permanence of a
nber of industries is to be insured.
e importance in this first series of tests
the United States Forest Service lies
the fact that they will determine just
at species of hickory are strongest, aM
I give much valuable information to
ners of farm woodlots and others who
at trees for profit. Not until it is ae-
ately determined just what species pro-
e the strongest timber will it be poe-
le to know just what trees to plant.
en the report on tests is completed, in-
mation on the work will be gladly
en to all who write to the Forest Ser-
e at Washington.

EVERYBODY REDUCING.


This Mast Be Kept Up if Better Coni-
tions Are Expected.
Interviews by a Naval Stores Review
representative with leading factors this
week brought out the fact that up to this
time the cutting of new boxes has been
the smallest in many years up to this
date.
Factors, one and all, stated that the
producers had been forced to greatly cur-


tail box cutting from sheer inability to


obtain ready money with which to operate.
"Labor is more plentiful than for sev-
eral years past," said one of the largest
factors, "but it is doing the producers no
good except in enabling them to hold down
the wage scale. I was over in Alabama
this week and found many negroes, dis-
charged from railroads, sawmills and oth-
er places of service, were tramping the
roads hunting work. Naval stores pro-
ducers will not suffer from inability to
get labor, as in the past two or three
years. That much is certain as to this
winter and the coming year, as indica-
tions are now."
"Are wages being held down?" he was
asked.
"Yes, I have seen a number of payrolls
recently and in not a single instance was
more than one and a half cents being paid
for box cutting. The rate has been two
cents, so there is a reduction of 25 per
cent in this labor item alone. I believe
there will be a reduction along the whole
line, for dipping, etc., the coming season.
If wages could be generally reduced 25
per cent it would be of vast assistance
if we go up against a dull year in business
as so many now fear."


Another factor reiterated those expres-
sions and added:
"I hope the producer will show gqd
hard sense and hold-down the box eat at
least by fifty per cent. There is no use
in sacrificing the virgin timber, and that
is what it will mean to cut many boxes
with the outlook as gloomy as its now
for values. The virgin timber should be
saved and the old boxes worked. If the
price of labor of all lasses is held down-
and with labor idle this will not be dii-
cult to do-it will pay better to let the
virgin timber alone and work all the old
boxes, even if the price of low grade
resins is lower as a result. I believe sup-
plies will be cheaper next year and with
wages lower, common rosins could be made
in this way at less cost than for several
years past, but if the producers cut many
new boxes they will kill the values of
turps and fine rosin. I am satisfied they
will not do this."
feators continue to advise their eas-
tomers not to even consider cutting as
many boxes as last year. t is recognized
that it would be suicidal for them to make
a large crop of turps and pale resins.
Producers are more incined than ever to
follow the factors' advice-especially with
money so seare-and it is probable that
they will report more to the old boes,
save their timber, and by reduction in
wages and general economy weather what-
ever conditions may be ahead.-Savanah
Naval Stores Review.

GEORGIA SAWMILLS WILL IIAUGU-
RATE NEW WAE 8CALE IN


JANUARY.


Atlanta, Ga.-The sawmill m of Geor-
gia will institute a new wage seale for
unskilled labor at their mills beginning
with the new year. For a long time past
the lumbermen have been seeking to at-
tain uniformity as to the prices to be paid
for the various kinds of labor and while
no concerted plan of agreement exists as
to the new seale, information is that such
a sale will go into effect on January 1.
In arriving at this decision the lumber-
men are only meeting conditions which
exist in other parts of the South. It is
further stated that the rgest majority of
the Georgia sawmills will decrease the
number of working hours per day, chang-
ing the present plan of working from
"sun up to sun down" to a day of tea
hours, or possibly less. A number of mills
have already adopted the ten hour day for
labor, and they report that the results
have been entirely satisfactory. The re-
arrangement of the unskilled labor seale
will in a great number of instances re-
sult in a reduction of the payroll, but in
some it will have the effect of increasing
the amount of wages paid out, the oe
being an ofaet to the other.


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T. T. STOCKTON.
In the death of Thomas Telfair Stock-
toe, of Jacksonville, last week the news-
paper fraternity of Florida loses one of its
ablest and most prominent members. Mr.
.#c-t.n, who was business manager of
the Times-Union, had been closely asso-
elated with daily journalism in Jackson-
vila for a quarter of a century. He was a
q of marked business ability and of
Im-keilabh character. The Record ex-
jtkas to his bereaved family its deepest


NI. S8 OTTE'S VISIT.
Among the prominent naval stores men
in Jacksonville this week was S. P. Shot-
ter, of Savannah, who spent a couple of
days.

WILL INSTALL x uxEFusaTlr RETORT


Arranged ts have been iily coma-
_lVt whereby the Bradford Turpentine
.C0Qspay, with headquarters at Jackson-
ville, have agreed to ereet a factory for
the manufacture of turpentine from the
waste from the Townsend Lumber Co.'s
mill The retort building will be erected
lose to the new ill and work on it will
begin about January 1st next. It has not
bees Lnally decided whether the plant is
to be just large enough to use up the
mill waste, or of a sie allowing it to
work up stumps, also. The stumps are
the despair of those who take in new
lead, and they would be glad to have the
turpentine people take them away.


A number of the big men of New York,
including presidents of great properties,
heads of banks, powerful officials in in-


suranee companies and other men whose
opinions are worth something because
they are in a better position than others
to judge financial and commercial condi-
tions, have recently been interviewed by
a New York newspaper and their mes-
sages of optimism have been combined
and collected into one encouraging sym-
posium. Quoting briefly from several of


ness enterprise, but punishment of the
corporation does.
"This fright which has seized the public
is unreasonable in many respects. There
is as much money-and more-in the
country today than there was a month
ago. The money has not been burned
up; it is here. The country is richer to-
day than ever before. Take the West, for
instance. Ten years ago its farms were
plastered with mortgages; today they are
covered with crops which are bringing
higher prices than ever before. The buy-
ing power of the American farmer is
greater than it ever was. There can be
no great diminution of trade as long as
that condition maintains."
Frank A. Vanderlip, vice-president of
the National City Bank, and spokesman
for the Standard Oil group of capitalists,
said:
"Since the financial disturbance began
a month ago there has been engaged for
import more than $80,000,000 of gold.
There has been new circulation of $33,000,-
000. There is probability that under the
one-year treasury note plan a large part,
if not all of the notes, will be used as a
basis for circulation, and if more is need-
ed, it can be supplied through the new
issue of Panama bonds.
"There is now in hand and in sight,


Interborough-Metropolitan Company, said:
Much good will come out of this situa-
tion. It will be of particular benefit to
our political doctors. It will teach them
not to make unreasonable assault on
credit or inflict punishment upon the in-
nocent. When a corporation is punished,
innocent stockholders, the men who saved
their money and invested it to the best
of their ability, are made to bear the
burden of misdoings in which they had
noprt. Punish the man, not the corpo-
ration, is one of the lessons this disturb-
ance has taught. Punishment of a man
or men does not shake confidence in the
securities which represent a great busi-


THE CLOT3ERS


Acquittals in the Peonage Cases.

Peonage cases ended disastrously yes- by consent of the court, withdrew his
terday for the government, in the United former plea of not guilty and entered a
States district court, three acquittals, one plea of guilty.
"not a true bill," and one plea of guilty, Judge Locke sentenced him to pay a fine
provided punishment was not to follow, of $1,000, and execution was issued against
being registered. him.
The first development came when the At the last previous term of the court
grand jury reported the case of the United Geiger was tried, and a mistrial resulted.
States vs. B. F. Brinson as "not a true One of the jurors stated, at the time, that
bill." Brinson was held on three counts, seven of the twelve had stood for ac-
"arresting for peonage," "holding in peon- uittal, and only five for conviction.
age," and "returning to peonage." The case then went over until this term
The alleged peons were Melvin McDuffie of the court, when the plea of the defend-
and others. Immediately after the report ant was changed, and sentence passed as
of the grand jury Brinson, who was being stated above.
held under bond, was ordered discharged. Counsel Tells of Change.
The Brinson case was a case brought by In view of the fact that a mistrial had
Special Peonage Agent A. J. Hoyt. been secured at the last term of the court,
Three Acquittals Given. with a majority of the jurors upholding
Three other cases brought by Special the contentions of the defendant, Col. ..
Peonage Agent Hoyt ended yesterday in (N. Stripling, who represented Geiger, was
acquittals. asked for a statement regarding the case.
There were the cases of the United In replying thereto, lie said, among other
States xs. Barney Taylor, John W. Sweat, things:
and Gharlie Henderson, each charged with "Mr. Geiger had exhausted the funds at
holding Nat White, and others, to condi- his command for fighting the case, was
tions of peonage. without property, and otherwise unable
Just twelve minutes were required for to go through a long fight before the
the trial jury to reach an agreement, de- courts.
caring the defendants not guilty. The "By agreement with the United States
cases had been brought separately, but, district attorney, it was arranged that
by agreement of counsel, had been con- Mr. Geiger should plead guilty to the
solidated for trial, indictment, that only a fine would be as-
The defendants were represented by Col. sessed against him, and that execution
W. M. Toomer, and Attorney Price, of would issue thereupon, though the dis-
Toomer, Reynolds & Price. The prosecu- trict attorney was apprised of the fact
tion was conducted by United States Dis- that Mr. Geiger was without property.
trict Attorney John M. Cheney and As- "This course was followed, and it means
sistant United States District Attorney practically that Mr. Geiger consented to
Richard P. Marks. bear the odium of a plea of guilty, with
There being no further cases pending the understanding that he should not be
against the defendants, they were dis- punished, for that is what it amounts to,
charged from further custody. rather than endeavor to bear the expense
The Geiger Case. of another long-drawn out and hard-
J. Edward Geiger, indicted for peonage, fought trial."


Big Men Say Good Times Are Here

to Stay.


THE STUARIT-IRmSTEIN CO.
14 WeT BYa ST. JAC V E, A.

therefore, currency enough. The thing
which iust go hand in hand with the new
currency is additional confidence. In my
opinion that is the one thing lacking and
the one thing necessary to reopen tian-
cial relations between cities and bring
back the banking situation to a normal
position.
"I believe the fundamental coaditiom
of agriculture, commerce, industry and
finance warrant this return of confideaee."
Paul Morton, president of the Equitable
Life Assurance Society, said:
"The condition of the country four
weeks ago was very satisfactory. The
farmers owned more and owed less than
they ever did before. Fair crops have
been harvested and high prisee are being
paid for produce. Never before in the
history of this country did the farmers
realize so much money for what they
produce as they will realize during the
year 1907."




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Most Remarkable Situation Among

Southern Pine Mill Men.

Telegraphic and special reports to The lumber at a profit. By December 1st it is
Southern Lumber Journal from all over freely predicted that fully two-thirds of
the Southern pine territory disclose a re- the mills in the South will close down. In
markable situation in lumber circles, and some instances stocks at the mills are
lay bare the demoralizing effects of the above normal, in part due to a lack of
financial cyclone which has so recently ars for transportation, while in other
swept over the land. In every State mills c ocks re below normal but prices
have closed down by the dosen, with oth- cases stocks are below normal but prices
ers closing daily; some for a specific time, are below the cost of production. How
others indefinitely or until the prices of many of the closed down mills will start
lumber are restored. The wage scale has up aft-r the first of the new year is
been reduced anywhere from 15 to 30 per problematical. Some of course will, but
cent, some declaring that another cut willany of
be inaugurated on the first of 1908 unless der no conditions will ny of the
prices ior manufactured lumber advance ever start up again, for their raw mate-
in the meantime. Stocks are below nor- rial has been exhausted and their resources
mal in some places and above normal in all gone. The cut in wages is universal,
others, with the demand almost at a the amount only being greater in some
standstill among the dealers and buyers at States than in others, the average for all
the consuming and distributing ends of the States combined being about 20 per
the line. Indeed, they move slowly and cent or thereabouts. In some quarters
cautiously in the matter of new purchases an additional cut is already being talked
and we have reached that period of the of.
year when surplus stocks are not wanted With the present market situation con-
and sales are made on the hand-to-mouth fronting the trade at this time and the
basis to avoid carrying over 1907 stocks general outlook for the future any in-
into 1908 business, crease in the present reduced output of
But a brief summary of the many re- the mills would be fatal to the industry.
ports to which reference is made above 'the wheels of building and construction
should be most interesting news for our work all over the country have become
readers in all parts of the country. From so eflectually clogged within the past six-
Virginia the reports show 49 mills closed ty days that work along this line has been
down with 79 others running on half time, well nigh brought to a standstill. As a
some one-third time, the per cent of re- result demands for lumber have fallen
duction in wages averaging 19 per cent. off for the time being until there is prac-
In North COrolina 83 mills are closed tically nothing left but a memory of what
down, 129 running on one-third to one- has been.
half time, where the wage scale has been It is freely admitted on all sides that
cut on an average of 20 per cent. Geor- never before in the history of the indus-
gia reports 109 mills closed down and 174 try has the reduction in the output of
running less than half time, with a re- the mills been so great as at present, eith-
duction in the wage scale of 20 per cent. er from voluntary action on the part of
Florida reports 79 mills idle and 98 mills the manufacturers or otherwise. In the
running not exceeding half time, and by meantime those in position to speak with
December 15th there will be more than authority contend that stocks at the mills,
ome hundred mills idle in the State. In in the sheds and on the yards are ample
Florida the reduction in wages among the for all purposes if another stick is not
sawmills has been less than in any other cut until after the new year. This would
State. This is due in part to the :le- indicate that the only thing left for those
mand for orange pickers, phosphate min- to do who have not as yet closed down is
ers and turpentine operators. Alaalma to follow the example of those who have
shows up with 64 mills closed down aln and shut down for a month at least.-
93 working on shorter hours. In that Southern Lumber Journal.
State the wage scale reduction amounts
to anywhere from 15 to 25 per cent. Mis- WE ADVOCATE TEMPERANCE.
sisippi comes to the front with 71 mills Every man ought to have something
idle and 98 running from one-thirl to extra for his Christmas drinking. Noth-
two-thirds time and a cut in the wage ing sets off a good, dinner better than a
male amounting to 20 per cent. Louisiana little something of the right kind to wash
reports 46 mills closed down indefinitely it down with. We don't mean by tlis
and 96 operating on greatly reduced time, enough to float in, however.
where the reduction in the wage scale Too much of anything is dangerous
has been only about 12 per cent. Texas on can drink enough water to kill you
comes to the front with 81 mills closed you can get drowned in water, you can
down until after January 1st, 1908, with catch a cold by using water improperly
102 running on shorter hours. In Arkan- but what's the use?
as 44 mills are closed down for an in- It's the same with your Christmai
definite period and 98 working on reduced drinks, no matter how good a little win
hours, amounting to about 60 per cent. or liquor goes with Christmas cheer, there's
Missouri reports 26 mills shut down and no use in overdoing the matter. "Drini
47 running on about half time. like a gentleman" always, and take whale
Thus it will be seen that throughout you want when you want it, but don'l
the Southern pine producing States we want too much. Then there won't be to<
have direct record of 673 mills shut down much prohibition agitation.
until after the opening of the new year In this issue you will find several ad
And possibly longer, with 1,053 others run- vertisements of well known firms wh
ning anywhere from one-third to one-half handle the best grades of wines and liq
time. At the same time mills are closing uors. They are all delwndable, they wil
.down every day; some because of the ex- sell you the right kind at the right price
haustion of their timber holdings, others Patronize them and you will get a "squan
Jibeause of their inability to market their deal."


S111,448894814 goala.s$ I Iumslusesa~u as so$$ 0811 H ID

JOS. ROSENHEIM SHOE CO.
PIANWAGTMVIERU AD IOUWA OW


I SHOES

: SAVANNAH, GEORGIA
"Akt skhe Maii tfr Cemuiuamy Trni
446096It$aseIIasoIat &$so s a I *I a 40101001 s~ses a$#&&Iig i


NOTICE OF STOCKHOLDERS':


EKETING U


Notice is hereby given that the annual
meeting of the stockholders of the Com-
mercial Bank will be held at its office in
Jacksonville, Fla., at 3:00 o'clock p. m.,
on the 30th day of December, A. D. 1907,
at which meeting a resolution will be of-
fered to increase the capital stock from
$100000.00 to $200,000.00.
H. ROBINSON,
President.
Jacksonville, Fla., Nov. 23, 1907.



WANTED
LND

FOR. SALE
Mate for this column is I east per word
tor first insertion and I eem per word ar
following imrtios. No advertiee
taken for lss than 40 eents for frt, and
'0 cento for following lurtin. Onl
must accompany orders unlss you e e
an amount with us

FOR SALE-Small turpentine place for
cash. Price e$800.0. Good btkd g. Ad-
dres Operator, car Industrial Record. tf

WANTE--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 Pridge & Ewing, Baden, Ga.
10-12-4t


CHAS. L UARK, ln.

Phone Wb Jacksovill ie.


Cook


Gas i


If not.
Why not

wuwau~ I
JAUSIMEI


HUTCHINSON AUDIT CO.
PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTS & AUDlE~O
Dyal-Vpchach Wac ag




Walter Mucklow,
CERTIFIED PUIJ3C *crovwT,

JAC" VrriB, -rr T,





WHISKIES

GINS ANI RUMS
F-O

$1.50to$5.00 per Galon

...... AGMNCY O ......

Lewis 186 nd MNmuIt Vere
Pure Rye Wkblki.
Controller Blum's Moemgr and Sylvae
Rye-Agamta for Jungt Camii and
Pabst Milwakee Beers Pris e
plicatba.

CHAS. BLUM A CO.
57I and SM WEST DAY hTUCT
JACK~OONVIL jlA.


DO YOU WAIT ruomlizAs?
For it will pay yer to I the w Fur-
niture at-

Ramis's


MaIn Stgt


Jadehasav.


WANTK D-A aumliml a to dlsn up
their barm of all kinds af sed aeas ad
burlaps. We bay everything i the way
of sacwek Write us. Amerie ibre O.,
Jacksonville, Fla.

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

WANTED-One Henry Walker, colored,
for jumping his bond. Description: About
5 feet 6 to 10 inches high; color dark gin-
ger cake; weight 145 to 160 Ibs, chunky.
He is a sawmill negro, and is working at
some mill in Florida, I think. Suitable
reward will be paid for his arrest and
delivery to me, Arrest and notify me.
SP. L. WEEKS,
ll-30-4t Enville, Fla.

WANTEP High-se asehee goods
salesmen that will command big pay, to
tell drug specialties among commissaries
principally. We don' want a cheap ma.
Will pay either salary or commission.
CommisaMry Supply Company, Birming-
ham, Ala. <6-3-tf


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We Will Pay You fc

Helping Us

We are going to make the 1908 RECORD the best Turpentine and Lun-
ber paper ever published in the South-if you will give us ten minutes per
week, for which ten minutes you will be paid.
We want a correspondent in every turpentine and lumber camp and
every commissary in Florida, Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi and Louisiana.
His duties will be to write us one letter a week, a short, plain letter telling
us anything that has happened at his camp which would be interesting to
other operators or to the factors. It will advertise your business better than
any other plan you could adopt, it will bring your name before the right kind
of people, the people who can help you, and the beauty of it is that it won't
cost you a cent.


A Cash Discount of Ten Per Cent on Every
Order for Printing
We will pay you ten cents per letter, applying same to your subscrip-
tion, and allowing you a cash discount of ten per cent on every order for let-
terheads, envelopes, commissary checks, bill heads or other stationery. Our
prices on this class of printing are already as low as those given by any
other firm, and with the extra discount of ten per cent it will make a big sav-
ing in your yearly printing bill.
Sign the following and mail it at once-we want to get this new feature
started by January and you should be represented.

Date
INDUSTRIAL RECORD PUB. CO., Jacksonville, Fla.:
I accept your proposition and will act as .your correspondent at this
place, writing you a letter every Wednesday, giving you the news here, in
consideration of which you are to credit me on my subscription ten cents
each week I write you and you are to allow me a cah discount of ten per cent
on all orders for printing I send you.
(Signed)
Postoffice State

COMMISSARY CLERKS AND BOOK KEEPERS
Should Look into This. There's Money in It for a Hustler


R. T. ARNOLD,


- Advertising Manager


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THE WEEKLY INDUSTRIAL RECORD. 11


SAVAMINA 8HOE RM OPEWS
BRAN=C H R
The well known Svanah shoe frm
Joe. Roanhaim Shoe Co., has met with
&nau exdlaet results with their "Hub"
brand in Florida that a Jaoasoville ranbeh
has become a necessity.
They have secured as manager, Mr. R.
1. Guthrie, a gentleman well fitted for the
positki, knowing as he does, "all the ins
aad outs of Florida." Mr. Guthrie has his
ofce in the Duval building, and carries a
full line of samples of the now famous
'Hub" shoes.
The osenheim Shoe Co. are manufac-
turers and progressive ones, too. They
chose Jacksonville for their Florida head-
quarters on account of its accessibility
and splendid railroad facilities, and Mr.
Gutries for his experience and popular-
ity as a shoe man-the nomination should
be a paying one--ood s s, good town
and a good man in charge.
We are glad to welcome these people
to Jacksonville.

NOTICE TO NO-RESIDEMT.
In Ciruit Court, Fourth Judicial Circuit
of Florida, in ad for Duval County.
In Chancery.
(harl IL Towers, vs. George ). Lancaster
and wife, et a.
To Gerge D. Lanaster, Bose J. Lancas-
ter, George nasater as Trustee,
Winnie Hobbs, John Savage, Judson
Savage and Virginia Savage.
You are hereby required to appear to
the Bill of Complaint filed herein against
you in the above entitled eause on or be-
fore the Oth day of January, A. D. 190s.
"The Idustrial Becord" is hereby des-
ignated 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
2th day of November, A. 1907.
P. D. CASSIDBY, Clerk.
Young and Adams, Solicitors for Com-
plainant. 11-30-4t


THE ALArNAA-rWST FLORIDA LUM-
BER MAWOFACTIURES ASS0CI-
ATION TO MEET AT SUMTER,
ALABAXA.
Birmingham, AlL--Seretary J. H. Eddy
has announced that a December meeting
of the Alabama-West Florida Lumber
Manufacturers' Association will be held at
the mills of the Sumter Lumber Company,
at Sumter, Ala., on December 20.
. This will be a very important gathering
of manufacturers and shippers, at which
time some very important matters will be
brought out, and it is important that there
be a full attendance of the members.


Cypress Tanks
For Au Purpeses
BEST MADE
Writ kr e Catsne

Preston Miller Co.
DepLt. B Crei ent CIty, la.


JOSEPH


ZAPF CO


Whoelemai Dealem in sad Bottlers cI


AN HILUSER- BUSCH

St. Louis Lager Beer
Whs.oele

Li rs, Wins, Nial Waters
Write for Price


COMPARATIVE MARKET REPORTS,
Spirits turpentine remained practically stationary all this week at both
this market and Savannah, closing at 45 eents on Friday at both places.
Common resins are still very low and pales unusually high.
sPIrTS or jauErtmflz Fon THE WEs Kmas AND AT IAVAIUAH.
pvids. BmI labs age@"lm
Jax. a. Jan. aw. Jra. Haw. Jan. Sav. Jan. Ma.
Saturday ... 45 46% 473 694 2,528 381 301 1,064 27,00 34,578
Monday .....45 46% 336 451 1,614 611 521 68124,842 34,848
Tuesday .... 45% 4% 127 507 21 180 106 1,00623,49 35,673
Wednesday .. 45 45% 141 673 18 431 277 88323,934 36,125
Thursday ...45 4% 141 731 ... 168 133 68424,193 36,61
Friday ...... 45 46 161 466 1,800 850 277 86824,321 36,59
aORM D1W TXs VsZK RaUI AND AT AVANNAH.
aUrty. emr. TueiY. Wa sisy. Thure. VIimy.
Jan. Hav. Jan. Sav. Ja. Mav. Ja. Ma. Ja. aS. Ja. Maw.
WW ...... 6.6 6.706.65 6.706.70 6.856.85 6.866.86 6.856.85 6.85
WG .......6.30 6.406.30 6.406.40 6.500.50 0.606.50-6.506.50 6.50
N .........5.90 0.005.90 6.106.00 6.106.10 6.106.10 6.106.10 6.10
M ......... .25 5.3015.26 5.305.25 6.305.35 5.366.36 6.365.35 5.35
K ......... 4.80 4.804.80 4.804.80 4.804.80 4.804.80 4.804.80 4.80
I .......... .75 3.753.75 3.753.75 3.753.75 3.753.75 3.753.75 3.75
H ........ .00 3.063.00 3.203.10 3.153.10 3.103.00 3.003.00 3.10
G ......... !.90 3.52.90 2.9713.00 3.002.90 3.062.95 3.002.90 3.06
S.....,.... 2.90 3.62.90 2.953.00 3.002.90 3.022.90 3.002.90 3.00
E ......... .85 3. 62.90 2863.00 3.002.90 3.002.90 3.002.85 3.00

D ......... 2.85 2. 2.86 2. .00 3.002.85 3.002.90 2.902.80 2.95
BA ...... 2.70 3. 2.70 2.863.00 3.002.65 3.002.90 2.902.65 2.95
sPm Or Oas mOVNEIT B HsUS AsD AT avANNAH.
Balm N1a. cis-.Lp S-tock.
Jan. av. Jan. av Jan. Sav. Jan. Sar.
Saturday ................ 1,884 3,7281,130 1,96 1,06 3,17041,307 119,258
Monday ................ 1,051 2,1111,824 6,23 1,748 ,37641,683 115,111
Tuesday ................. 1,0 4,0013,631 40 828 3,81441,607 118,279
Wednesday .............. 1,05 3,218 26 5,331,017 2,7 38,802 115,096
Thursday ........ .. .. 38 2,612,120 1,84 973 3,36 37,564 117,777
Friday .................. 1,007 2,4 300 1,1251,033 3,68236,417 120,334
LEY -Y. -- - -


CUMER LUMBER COMPANY
JACKSONVILLE. FLA.

Rough wd Dre led Lumber

Long Leaf Yellow Plne.

BOXES AMH ORATe.




J S. Schofield's Sons Company,

? Hneadmrtes fa
I Distiller's Pumping
o Outfit.
SNo plant complete without one.
Hundreds of them in use in Geor
Florida, Al.ba Mindppi and
South Carolina. Write us for prtion-
Sa las mad prices. We also manufacture
Engines, Bellers ami mih
.raf Gade M y,.
Sas well as carry a full and complete

k MilI Supples, Pipe,
SB eller Tubes, Et. T
Advise your wants.
0; *Macon, Georgia.
a* wef Tt IWM f1w TI eslsu rooin
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3. W. Motta.
President.


. Parkel
Vloe-Pros.


James MeNat.


W. W.WBer.
Sed. & Tress.


John R. Young Co.,


Commission

Merchants.


Naval Stores factors. Wholesale Grocers.

SSav nwash SL Brunswick. Gfa.



TURPENTINE 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 us a trial order.


520 DySI-Ureb'mm Das01dW10


JaAksoaviol. rla.


J. MNo. WRGHT. Manager


IME WEEeIKLY ]INDUSTRIALI RECORD.


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Capital $2M

HUTCHINSON SHOE COMPANY
VICTOR SHOES AND HATS
hVolcsalc JackdasvilU, Fla.


Financing the Crop Movement.

An Apparently excellent Plan to Meet Thi Annual Emergency a the
Financial World Proposed by New York Expert.


Clyde Steamship Company





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"About this time," as the "Old Farm-
ers' Almanac" used to announce, look for
more or les difficulty in the matter of
obtaining cash for the moving of the crops.
This little pinch arrives regularly each
year. This year, it is especially inoppor-
tune and unwelcome, because it comes at
a period when both people and banks are
hoarding their resources and are not will-
ing to send currency out into its benefi-
cent work unless some sort of a premium
is attached thereto.
I have never believed fully in the bogy
of crop moving stringency, and I do not
now, but it is not to be questioned that
circumstances this year are different from
those we have seen for many seasons.
There is a stringency of money, and he
who denies that would deny the tides of
the ocean. For what is in ordinary years
not much more than the fiction of Wall
Street, is just now rather more than that,
mainly because of its sentimental effect
upon the hoarders.
I have no doubt that ways and means
will be found to market the products of
the farms, which are really the fountain
head of the actual wealth of our country.
Meantime, it would be the part of wisdom
to devise for some future years a plan
that would mak impossible hereafter any
money pinch at the time when nature is
pouring the fullness of her rich rewards
to man in the lap of the nation.
State Clearing Hoe to Ime Convenient
Certisates.
One of the best schemes I have seen is
that proposed by D. C. Imboden, a well-
known financial expert of New York city.
He would issue certificates against ship-
ping documents in hand and warehouse re-
ceipts, and he thus explains his plan more
in detail:
"Let the national and state banks of
each State immediately organize them-
selves into a state clearing house associa-
tion with headquarters at its financial
centre, and issue its time certificates bear-
ing 6 per cent interest from date and in
denominations of five, ten, twenty, fifty
and one hundred dollars. These certifi-
cates to be issued against shipping docu-
ments in hand or warehouse receipts, the
association to act as a clearing house, as
it were, for the passing through of such
documents and the collection of the actual
money from the points of final destination
and eventually deliver the money to the
party through whom the documents were
obtained and take up its certificates. The
certificates to be paid for in legal tender
plus the accumulated interest. The cer-
tiflcates to be made payable to the order
of the bank to whom they are issued and
the bank to endorse the certificate.
"These certificates could be printed and
the endorsement printed on the back ready
for the signature of the bank. As a mat-
ter of convenience and a temptation for
the people who have hoarded up their cash
to buy these certificates with their cash,
the accruing interest or value of the cer-
tifiates every 10 days could be printed


on the back of the certificate, so that a
person having money locked up could see
at a glance what the certificate would be
worth a certain time hence.
"An illustration of this plan would be
that a bank would handle its business in
its regular numamiiir up to the time of for-
warding its customers' drait against ship-
ping documents, wiwn instead of forward-
ing it to the banks in other states for col-
lection, or possible through a Iank of its
own state, it would be forwarded direct to
its Clearing House.
Used by Banks Instead of Any Form of
Currency.
"The clearing house would immediately
issue its certificates in payment for the
draft and send these certificates to the
bank in lieu of currency. Then the bank
with these certificates in hand would pay
them out against checks drawn upon it by
the produce shipper, for payment of the
produce to the farmer or others. All of
the banks in the association jointly and
the local bank individually being respon-
sible for the certificate would make the
certificate almost, if not quite, as accept-
able as currency, and particularly so if the
holder could see that the longer he held
the certificate the more it would be worth,
while if he held cash he would get no in-
crease in value.
"When the clearing house would event-
ually receive cash, the cash would be used
to take up the certificates plus the inter-
est. To meet this interest the associa-
tion should discount the banks' papers and
also make a collection charge, sufficient
to meet the interest and expenses. In
other words, charge interest and expenses
until the cash was actually in hand and
the certificates redeemed with the cash.
"The banks and the association would
naturally want these certificates cancelled
as early as possible, as until they were
cancelled they would be responsible for
the same. The parties who would likely
be least interested in them being cancelled
would be some of the holders who had
idle money, as they would be holding a
six per cent paper without any expense
of looking up security or negotiating a
loan. However, the association and state
could be protected against this, by the
time limit of the certificate, and interest
not to run beyond date for cancellation
of the certificates.
"As an additional safeguard, the asso-
ciation could invite the inspection of the
national and state bank examiners into
the affairs of the association and when-
ever in the opinion of the national or
state examiners the association should not
issue further certificates, the said exam-
iner should so renest and the association
should not issue any certificates beyond
significance of the situation cannot be
missed. It answers- effectually all panic
talk.
Do you recall a time when labor was so
fully employed and so well paid? Anoth-
er effective argument against the timid
sduls who need nothing more than a two


NEW YOIK, CHARLESTON AND FLORIDA LINES

The magnient steamsM of this Ha are appolated to ail a follow, alli a
Cbarltnb, & C., both weyr


From new York,
(Pia 3 Nlrth RirMr.)


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


SZA5M3.


Fr
futm


Dec. 2, at 3:00pm ..... APA(J ..... Saturday,
Dec. 3,at 3:00pm ....ALGONQUIN .... Sunday,
Dec. 5,at3:00pm .... ARAPAUOI ... Tuesday,
Dec. 7, at 3:00pm ....COMANCHE.... Thursday,
Dec. 9, at 3:00pm ........HU N....... Saturday
Dec. 11, at 3:00pm .....IROQUOIS..... Monday,
Dec. 13, at 3:00pm ....... APACH ..... Wednesday,
Dec. 14,at 3:00pm ... ALGONQUIN ... Friday,
Dec. 17, at 3:00pm ..ARAPAHOE...... Sunday,
Dec. 19, at 3:00pm ....COMANCHE.... Tuesday,
Dee. 21, at 3:00pm ...... HURON....... Thursday,
Dec. 23,at 3:00pm .... IROQUOIS .... Saturday,
Dec. 25, at 3:00pm ...... APACH...... Monday,
Dec. 26, at 3:00pm ....ALGONQUIN.... Tuesday,


*Freight only.


ra Jackaona tr
a" a d ow Yomr
Dee. '7, at 10:00s
Dee. 8,at 10:001m
Dec. 1, at 10:00m
Dec. 12, at 10:00m
Dec. 14, at 10:00%
Dec. 16, at 10:00-m
Dec. IS, at 10:00&m
Dec. O2, at 10:01a
Dec. 22,at 10:00km
Dec. K, at 10:00
Dee. k, at 10:00m
Dec. 8,at 10:01am
Dec. 3, at 10:00--
Dec. 31, at 10:00aj


tNew York direct.


CLYDE NEW ENOLAND AND SOUTlmERN LINES.
Freight Service twn Jac-haaV, Bestm ad Preiemn a aMll E-um rft


Frm mSoth ae
Lewi Wharf, BeaMe


Saturday,
Tuesday,
Saturday


Cam at Charistea kth Wa
FREIGHT ONLY.

STZEAME


FrPO ht wbssunk
Jodwatift


Nov. 30............... KATAHDIN............Saturday, Dee. 7
Dec. 3 ............ CHIIPPI WA ............Monday, Dee.
Dec. 7............. ONONDAGA ............. Thursday, Dee. 12


*Via Brunswick, Ga.

CLYDE ST. JOHNS RIVER LINE
Between Juackaalm l at aterd.
Stopping at Palatha, Astor, St. Franes, Brfrd (Dlelad), uand irlmglae
landing on St. Johns Rive.

STEAMER "CITY OF JACKSONVILLE"
Is apploited to sail as fellow: Leave Jacksnvile, Sundays, Tuesdays and Thrm-
days, 3:30 p. m. Returning, leave Saford Mondays, Wedamdays and Fridays, 9:
a. m.
0~lUDUL3


I-ACxamuse..a
Ucadm .aa


HIIITUIdRl1IUI I *uue u~ .......


beaHddI1
Read down -1


ave s:Wp.m..i................... aduma ................ 2Air 0o :a--
LMvo 8:4 p. ................... Palatka ........... ........ w ap:mtp m
Leave 3:00m................... Astor ........ ............. Lma : Mp. m
................ ............. Ber ford (eim)la ) ..............La 1:- p m
Arrive 8:30a.m ................... afford ........ ...... ILWe s3*a. m
Arrive 10:0 aj4 .................. Enatrpeie ............... L vo :O- m.
GIEJiRAL PASSElNGR AND TICKET OFFICE, iss W. DAY ST., JACK'VIL
F. LM IROmXOGER, JR., A. P. A., Jadcheinv, ima.
JOHN D T. PDRL, T. A, A. C. TY, G.. A,
JackaMvfl, Fla. PINr 3 R., Lw Tu1..
O. H. TAYLOR, P. T. I., C. C. BDOW, P. A,
go Breadway, New YTr.
L. D. JONES, T. F. A, L & S CROU C. A.,
Jackmrvilk, Flra. LMsrs, 18.
w. G. COOPER, JML. A, CLYDZ nJlO, o A. ,
Jackville, Fla. ie P l 3 L, Row TLa..
C. P. LOVELL, Aget, Jackhamo Ms.
GEXERAL OFFICES, PIER Sa. R. M ag D mremway, new to


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THE WEEKLY INDUSTRIAL RECORD.


day' rain to start them on a streak of
panic talk.
Getting right down to brass tacks, it is
a well known fact that money is tight ev-
ey year during the crop moving season.
This is, roughly, from September first
to January first. This fall has been no
exception. Bumper crops again, combined
with the frenzied antics of a coterie of
stock gamblers on Wall street, has caused
the banks to adopt extra cautious meth-
ods.
In this all there is not a feature that
should alarm anyone. The bankers have
acted wisely, and their banks are in bet-
ter condition than usual. Failures are
fewer than for years. As a matter of
faet, the speculative crowd who really
amused the flurry are coming in for severe
discipline, and it is thought in conserva-
tive quarters that much good is bound to
result from the clean-up now in progress.

LORIDA TEACHERS ASSOCIATION.
Florida State Teachers' Association,
1907-1908, will meet at St. Petersburg,
Florida. Tickets will be on sale at all
Atlantic Coast Line ticket offices in Flor-
ida December 29th and 30th, with return
limit up to January 3d, inclusive.
A rare chance to see Tropical Southern
West Coast at the beginning of the Tou-
rist Season. Rates will be one fare plus
twenty-fve cents for the round trip.
Double daily service. Pullman cars on
day trains and Pullman sleepers on night
trains.
For further information, or if you are
going to travel anywhere, write to or
all an-
A. w. FRITOT,
Division Passenger Agent, Atlantic Coast
Line BI R., Jacksonville, Florida.
12-7-4t

LARGE LUMBER COMPANIES GO INTO
HANDS OF RECEZVRS.
New Orleans, .-During the last few
weeks several failures have been reported
in Mississippi. The J. E. North Lumber
Company, of Bond, and the Camp & Hin-
teo Company, of Luumberton, two of the
largest concerns of the South, have both
been placed in the hands of receivers. C.
W. Robinson and the Hibernia Bank, of
New Orleans are receivers for the last
mentioned. A recent dispatch from Gulf-
port states that the creditors and direc-
tors of the W. Denny Company, of Moss
SPoint, this State, held a meeting behind
closed doors on the 16th. It is reported
that this company is perfectly solvent,
having a paid-up capital of $1,,000000 and
liabilities of but $600,000, but owing to
the fsansal stringency it is having the
greatest difficulty in meeting its obliga-
tions and may be subjected to treatment
similar to that in the cases of the Camp
A Hinton Company and the J. E. North
Iamber Company.


WM. D. JONES
iMEMM1PAM0 SM'CIALISlT
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FAMILY DRUQQIST
107 1. BAY ST.
MtU OrdMers sa e.


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
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 Hill Heights, 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 all white, and extremely
popular, 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
mgrifoent suburb, high-class, clean, strictly white and
rapidly developing, present selling price


$200


$350

$150


TOTAL $700

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 5560,
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, gnaranteeing
you at least one corner out of the three lots. We issue a straight contract for deed. Our titie
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 cause. 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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TAMPA MONUMENTAL WORKS,
DEALERS IN
Monuments. Iron Fencing and Italian Statuary Headstones,
NO JOB TOO LARGE. NO JOB TOO SMALL.
MAIN OFFICES 310 ZACH STREET, TAMPA. FLA.


United fruit Company's Great

SEarnings.


It is a good time just now to read and
inwardly digest the report of the United
Fruit Company for the fiscal year which
ended September 30. As has been well
said by a contemporary, this is one of the
most remarkable statements ever present-
ed by a great American corporation." It
is, in fact, an astounding exhibition of
success and an object lesson in achieved
property.
Readers will keenly appreciate the im-
portance of this report, when it is said
that the net earnings of the United Fruit
Company for dividends of $6,18,927, after
deducting charges of every description,
were equal to 33.4 per cent. on the out-
standing stock, or more than four times
the 8 per cent dividend rate.
The United Fruit Company has now
completed eight full fiscal years. Dur-
ing this period the company has earned
net for dividends a total of $0,253,938,
of which $823,145, or 44 per cent., has
been returned for stockholders; has in-
creased capitalization $10,051,000, or 80.5
per cent., at the same time that net earn-
ings for dividends have jumped over 290
per cent.; has developed one of the larg-
est sugar plantations in the world, with
an output last year of 123,146,000 pounds
of sugar, as compared with but 19,000,000
pounds daring the first year of operation.
The company is now operating nearly 1b0
boats.
During the past seven years the United
Fruit Company has increased its property,
investment and working capital accounts
as follows:
Increase in property and in-
vestment account ...........$13,20,725
Increase in working capital ... 5,155,25

Total ...................... $18,416,984


Increase in capital ............ $10,051,000
Balance taken from earnings .. 8,34,984
Equal per share ............ 45
In reality the earnings diverted to prop-
erty and other accounts are much greater.
For instance, over $500,000 has been
charged against operations with which an
insurance fund of $562,861 has been ac-
cumulated.
The development of earnings since or-
ganization may be gathered from the fol-
lowing tabulation:
Share


Year.
1907 .....
1906 .....
1905 .....
1904 .....
1903 .....
190o .....
1901 .....
1900 .....


Stock. Div. Bal. Earnings
$18,525,000 $6,189,927 33.4%
17,961,000 3,786,533 21.1
17,485,000 1,632,803 9.3
15,782,000 1,940,349 12.3
12,575,000 1,848,153 14.7
12,369,500 2,185,81H 17.6
12,369,500 1,098,557 8.8
11,382,100 1,571,793 13.8


*Includes 13 months.
The 1907 dividend balance is 65.1 per
cent greater than for the year 1906, which
in turn showed a 132 per cent increase over
the preceding 11 months, again in the
two years of 279 per cent.
The enormous increase in the earnings
of this company for the past year prove
clearly two things: first, that the people
of this country are still keen in their de-
sire for a luxury, which the tropical fruit
undoubtedly is, and second, that they
have plenty of money with which to re-
gale themselves upon the products of Cen-
tral American and the West Indies.
In this enormous business can be seen
a complete refutation of the mournful
prophecies of the croakers to the effect
that the consuming power of the nation
is being rapidly contracted. In the face
of such sunlight as is presented by this
United Fruit Company report, the pessi-
mist is in great danger of becoming blind-
ed.


I Standard Clothing Company I


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i FASHIONABW CLOTHIERS AND FURNISHERS,
17 as 19 West Bay Stnrt, bJacikSovllo, Flers
Sbt.sm ad N4awe Mats. Spetal Afttaetti Given t Mail Order.
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FOR MILLS AND FACTORIES.
REMINGTON OIL ENGINES
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THE OLDEST WHISKEY HOUSE IN
THE SOUTH. (krtaliabs i 11L)
OLD SHARP WILLI--AMS-Pre Fis
Old Rye. By the gallon, $3.00; four full
quarts, $3.50, express prepaid.
GEO. J. COLEJMAN-Pure Rye; Rich
and Mellow. By the gallon $275; four
full quarts, 3.00, express prepid.
ANVIL RYE-Pure Substantial Family
Whiskey. By the gallon $.50; four fll
quarts $2.90, express prepaid.
CLIFFORD RYE-By the gallon $L21;
four full quarts 866., express prepaid.
OLD KENTUCKY (ORN-Direet from
Bonded Warehouse; flne and old. By the
gallon $3.00; four full quarts $3.50, express
prepaid.
N pOLD POINTER CLUB CORN-Rich aad
Mellow. By the gallon $2.50; four full quarts $2.90, express prepaid.
Send for price list and catalogue. Mailed free upon application.
The Altmayer d Flatau LIquor Company
720, 722, 724. 726 W. B&y Stree Ja.ckonvlIle, Ei.
P. 0. Box usa. Pbhm 314.


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WILLIAM A. BOURS & COMPANY
TME OLMEST ESTAUJIlME MM Am i *M IW WE 1rW.
Hay, Ora., feed, Gmid
Seeds, Pod"y SU-m, FnroW.
Grits, Meal a"NI Fertizers.
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NAVAL STORES FACTORS.
NAVAL STORES ECUIVED AT SAYVAUMA, GA., JACK1VILUI
FLA., A"D FE"mAUDIA, FI.A.

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THE WEEKLY INDUSTRIAL RECORD.


Song of the Small Depositor.
I used to cring and cower at the window of the teller
And wish the floor would open and drop me to the cellar;
1 handed him my money and thanked him for his kindness,
He looked at me blankly as though struck by sudden blindness.
But now I get the ear of the genial cashier
And a nod and smile is coming from the stately president,
While the teller speaks my name as though I were known to fame
And in bows of cordial welcome all the once stiff spines are bent.
I used to creep in softly to deposit fifteen dollars
And hope they wouldn't notice I was wearing paper collars,
The teller took my money-and I knew he did a favor,
And I shuffled out as humbly as the rudest misbehaver.
But now they bow and smile as they count my little pile,
And they murmer that I'm helping to rejuvenate the land,
And the stately president with respect and gladness blent
Asks about my wife and children while he shakes me by the hand.
I used tto fear the teller and his big heavy glasses
Through which he stared a stare as cold as snow-filled mountain passes,
But now he makes me linger and narrate the latest story
And he tells me that I represent the nation's pride and glory.
Oh, now I have the ear of the smiling-faced cashier,
And my fingers know the gripping of the stately president,
While the teller bows to me just as nice as nice can be,
As he counts each dime and dollar and each nickel and each cent.
Chicago Post.



HAVE YOU $2,000 TO $10,000
To loan on good inside city real estate, first mortgage, two to five
years, at an interest rate of 8 per cent per annum I
Our mortgage department is under the exclusive management
*of Judge W. B. Owen, vice-president and general counsel of this
company. Judge Owen is also vice-president of the Commercial
Bank, vice-president of the Realty Title and Trust Co. and mem-
ber of the law firm of Owen & Royal. No man is more familiar
with aotual real estate values. His personal attention will be
given to placing your money carefully and conservatively, all
expenses of perfecting titles, executing mortgage, etc., to be met
by the mortgagor. Mortgages taken for our clients on a basis of
50 per cent of a conservative appraised valuation of the security,
or e1 .
We watch closely the interests of our clients, collect and remit
interests, if desired, without expense.
Address-
LEGAL DEPARTMENT
JACKIONVILLE DEVELOPMENT 00.,
Jackonville, Fl.


PLANTERS

"Old Time" Remedies
THE JOY OF THE HOUSEHOLD.
TheL fow gent remedi, Nubia Te, dlisnt CaN i
and Cuban O, ae the joy of t household. With them at hand, a
man i ready for any emerg He has a safe, reliable am spedy reie
for i, children, self or stok. with these remedies n keep th
doctors hads out of your pocket, ad yet have a hlty, hay famn.
Besides, you ean are your stock of say ailmet that ay b l tm. ---
mUIIAM TEA-Ia Liquid wr P r r --it- the at muy -di a. I
will ere all forwas of Liver ad Kidney Complints, Pre wes lk and Malasral
Fever. Cues th common aialmets of children; ad as a mlatve teols t is trout
an equal- e and reliable. In the liquid, it ezremely pa M .le-e- siBdren
ike it-and it is READY FOR UB.
w3DIiw A is a woman's medidne. It will ee all the dLease emmon to
women, and dased as Female Troubles. I will bring yruth be too th mada woman,
who has gome o- sfering because ah thought it womea lot. It wnl mr for the
young girust entering womanhood; and ppre the youg woman a r the asaed
duties of wife and mother.
CUAN RELIEF-The instant Paint Killer, for either maa or beast. Relies
instantly, Colbh Cramps, Cholera Morbus, Diarrhoe Dystete and Bek Headsch.
a os in oirbr it s an infallible remedy and i -aranted to give el in ANve
CUBAM OL-The best Bem ar Merve ULinhe. s ntsp for eas,
algged or tor flesh, ad will instantly relieve the pain. O(e iset bis ad stMis,
aesi and burns, bruise and so, happed hands and feIs ore a d teer fet.
Relieves rheumatic pains, lame back, stiff joints, sdt in sek ares wire fies euts,
seratches, thrush, splint, collar soes, saddle gall, sed Me&---- .
Write s for Pdi s
SPENCER MEDICINE CO.. Chattanooga. Ten.



BEFORE MAKING YOUR PURCHASE!

-See The-


KNIGHT CROCKERY

-And--


FURNITURE COMPANY
JACKSONVILLE, FLA.


H.


E. PRITCHETT. Pres. P. L SUTHERLAND, Vie-PresA.. rw OVINGTON, le'y
J. P. COUNCIL. Trea and Genm Mh.

THE COUNCIL TOOL CO.,
General Offices: JACKSOWVILLE, ILA.
Factory: WAnRANISI, N. C.

-.r--C r.-r .a IgAP *r..a Tv..O
forp ahmpa ffswn'Operefose.


W. L. WILSON, JNO. E. NARRIS, 6 SCOVIL,
Pres. a Trees. Vice Pres. Sec'y steil. Wgr.

Florida Cooperage Company
(Incorpors) Caplital tock i*,0ooO
MANWUACTURRIS OF
Turpentine, Cotton Seed Oil, Dip

and Syrup Barrels.
Office and factory Enterprise and Estele Streets.
Telephone 1855 Jacksonville, Fla.


Christmas and New Year

Holiday Rates


The ATLANTIC COAST LINE will sell tickets
from all points in Florida December 20th to 25th in-
clusive, and December 30th, 31st and January 1st with
a final limit returning January 6th. Rates will be one
and one-third fare plus twenty-five cents for the round
trip.
Ask your nearest railroad agent for rates to any
point south of the Ohio and east of the Mississippi
Rivers or call on or write to
A. W. FRTOT, Division Passeger Agent,
Jacksouville, Fla.






THE WEEKLY INDUSTRIAL RECORD.


McMillan Bros.


Southern Copper
Works
Manufacturers of TURPENTINE STILLS
Complete Outfits and Extra Kettles, Cape, Arms, Worms, Fur-
nace Doors and Grates always on hand
Old Stills taken in part New W ad repairing done
payment for Ne Win the country
Heavy Coppersmithing. Steam Pipe anm SpeSal Copper Wwrk
Jacksonville, Fla.
AsU Fayetteville,N. C. Savannah, Ga. Mobile, Ala.


H. D. WEED. W. D. KRENSON

J. D. WEED X CO.,

Savannah, Georgia

HEADQUARTERS FOR

Hoop Iron and Turpentine


Boxing


Axes.


DIRECTORS:
D. C. Ashley.
G. A. Petteway.
Cheas H. Brown.
P. L. Weeks.
J. G. Cranord.
H. Weibert
S. H. Berg.


D. C. ASHLEY. PrIddsl
B. W. BLOUNT, Ist Vike Prtei
sad Gmral Misuir.
G. A. PETTEWAY. 3hI Vie P-g.
J. M. ASHLEY. 3d Vicm Prs.
S. H. BERG. Sec. la Tl .


LW. asu
IL A. Cinein.
T. G. CW1agga.
A. &. an.d.e..
B. G. Landam.
J. 3CMiller.
W. T. IL Ebfc=.


PENINSULAR NAVAL STORES CO.
commission Merchants
and Wholesale Grocers
I
SReceiving Points-Jacksonville, Tampa amnd Fe.aa,
St,.., Savannah, GO.
Capital Stock, $100000.
3t


Half Tones--Zinc Etchings

Illustrating and Engraving Department
OF


THE FLORIDA


TIMES-UNION


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

A Specialty Is Made of Desining, Retouching and Embellishing Photographs ad Pitires.
In Writing or applying for Prices, Give the Most Explicit Description of What Is
Wanted.' Good Work and Prompt Deliveries Promised.


A Florida Enterpise.


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THE WEEKLY INDUSTRIAL RECORD.


Duval Planing Mill Co.
SenIb and l ma Av. Jacksef e, Fla.
Builders and Cotractm Will Do Well to
Have Us 3 a Their Work
n ear Lie.
Phome 174-


Ym Wait-a SawmiHu Locatiom?
VYu Wmt any Kind of flrid LMrd?
Yeu Mem Bhm eus?
CaM en or WrMe ft
J. H. Livingston & Sons,
OCALA. rLOJonA.


Brick and Building Material.
Whme yin need these, Pertlml Cement. Plaster Paris, Hard Wall
Plmstor. Iar or Pes.terknl SMnales, nr Brisk or Clay. Write t
GEO. R* FOSTER. Jr., Jacksonville. Fla.


THE COMMERCIAL BANK
JACKSOVILLE. FA. Canches Ocalk an Ut City
The lret lading Stte Bmkt a eJaekMsnville. In soaodt in sa old-
faMimei strieily eseratve mnaer and is subjet to rqelr sminsatim
by the 0emptbeier.
trIndivh l and avirgs Aamesoine noted.
H. mOBIr80, W. OWEW, H. GAILLAnD.
PeiMlat. Vie-PruimM. Ca-her.




$500 CASE OF GUIP
Cured with one bottle of Johnson's Tonic. Don't
pay Mlt ou have gabued 10 Ibs. Price 50c. Write
The Johnson's Chill and Fever Tonic Co.,
SAVANNAH, GA.





SeMetropolls

Is the Paper you want. It is
published daily and is from 12
to 16 hours ahead of any other
daily newspaper in Florida ..

$50 a Year $2.s5 Six Months
Full Telegraphic and Stock
reports. If you want to keep
posted on the news, get the
Metropolis.

CARTER & RUSSELL PUB. CO.
JACKSOVILLE, FLORIDA.


Mc KOY PATENT

Turpentine Cup.


AIRS EfROPEANI HOTEL
UNDI MNE maw A3APEU
DaMe, 31 to Sr... Pm kbL Medi at
AN Raoom m.e L a tret.
J4('WNYww! ff1J


kOY PIlN I Nm i a.
1015 I ibermia Buildi,
New Orleans. TIOAlv-


Barnes & Jessup Company


Jacluonville. Florida.


Naval Stores Factors and Commission
Merchants.

OrFICELS.
C. H. Barne. Presdent. J. Ewnl=. Vioe-Presdemt.
E. B. Wells. Secr*etry and Treasurer.
DIRECTOR.SI C. H. brMrne. J. A. Ewhn, L. . ll,
J. R. Saunders, L C. Long, W. E. Cummer, E. B. Wel W. W.
Jenninsg. G. W. Taylor.


Turpentine Cups


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As ou spl nkas", N lWo we W




o Chattanooga Pottery
Company




East Coast Lumber Co.


ROUGH AND DRESSED LONG LEAF


Yellow Pine Lumber
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Bundled Rosin Barrel Staves in Carload Lots
Steamer Shipaents a Specialty.


WATERTOWN. FLORIDA


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








THE WELKLY INDUSTRIAL BROOD.


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


INVENTOR AND
M. A. BAKER, [""'"
M e* *A BLM MANUFACTURER OF
BAKER IMPROVED SEAMLESS TURPENTINE STILLS.


THE


Wrie me fir ceF. . any t blan the turentne belt.
a still sol uader a guarantee.
JOB WORK THROUGH THE COINTR.Y PROMPTLY ATTENDED.TO
The Largest and Oldest Copper Works in the South.
My specialty is large worms and heavy bttoms that do net leak
BRUNSWICK, GA. and PENSACOLA, FLA.


DIAMONDS AND WATCHES I
We ~alay ask a call. We cam sew yes, at correct adt amoey
arte prices. Mamy papers or -eese pre wllte, perfect
DIAMONDS. It Is ear desire to cesatfae befag the largest
alagmead dealers Ia Jacksesovlle, and er specialty Is nre remind-
car igema a lh-grade Walthum Wand ig: W:atche.

CHEQ S SAGER I A Dam m 3 Wat ces, J ewery.
nLUU A OLHULH 11-13HleS. 3I W. hIr, Jcksmis, Fh

,e ov**-*e***eo-ee e- e********* ** ***ee***** 4

Craig Bros Co.
2a9 W. Bay Street EVERETT BLOCK.

Leaders in Men's and Boys' Fine Cloth-
ing and Up-to-Date Furnishings.
Agents for Dunlap and Stetson Hate; largest stock in the City.
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BEST TANKS
ON EARTH
Ae made i Palata F.., Ib 0. I. Dai &
Soan. Th selected wood. Work-
esh*ip eq.ualt t he oty.f the matedri.l
and the combinatieo is ebsehm lled
fm raMMility. Write them for pianMd nI
lrmtio before you bay ak.
0. I. DAVIS & SON, Platkisl. P a


Reliable Whiskies.

When we make Claims for our goods we are certain of
the facts. We operate the finest open fire copper.Distill-
ery in the World. We do our own bottling and packing
and no expense or labor is spared to have every drop of our
Whiskey absolutely pure and of the highest quality.
We guarantee every Order to be perfectly satisfactory,
or return your money.

I Four Full Quarts Rose's
"Old Corn" or "Old Rye" or assorted $3.40, empress
prepaid. Write for complete Price-List.

R. M. Rose Company,
16 West Forsyth Street, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
"ASK THE REVENUE OFFICER "


W. a. HIaDxRZSO, Pre.
L 8. CRAFT, Vi -Prs.


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X. DU]rGUX Gm a VIeI Fe.
jNo. l1AV 3 fres
R. T. RICHARD,. lee.


Southern States Naval Stores Co.


Factors
Ship to Savannah


Savannah. Ga.
and Commission Merchants
Get Competition Highest Prices Promptest Returns
Correspond With Us


TAMPA DRUG CO.
Wholesale Manufacturing Druggists,
TAMPA, FLORIDA.
Full and complete line o all kinds of Drqs, Chemnica
and Patent MedIcies.
i SPECIAL ATTENTION 10 COMMISsARY IRADE.
PROMPT ATTENTION TO ALL OkDeur.


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BBRD TO YOU, ALL KXPIZBE
GEABOSI PAID.
Lewis 66, 4 quarts $5 00
Hunter, 4 quarts 5 00
Harper, 4 quarts 5 00
Eeho Spring, 4 quarts _............ ........ 5 00
Caseade Tennessee, 4 quarts_... 5 00
Bhum's Monogram, 4 qts. blend
Or Blum's Monogram, bottled in
bond, 4 quarts 4 20
12 quarts Monogram 12 00
Blum's Sylvan Glen, 4 quarts ...... 3 20
Blum's Sylvan Glen, 6 quarts 4 50
Blum's Sylvan Glen, 8 qts....... 6 40
Blum's Sylvan Glen, 12 qts...... 9 00
Sheridan Club, 4 quarts ............... 2 75
Sheridan Club, 6 quarts ............-- 4 00
Sheridan Club, 12 quarts 8 00
4 bottles Club Blend Scotch
Whiskey, delivered for-..... 5 00
4 Bottles Moraille Freres 3 Stars
Cognac 6 00
4 bottles of Don Carlos Sherry_. 4 00
4 bottles Pierport Port _........__ 4 00
4 bottles Hill & Underwood Dry
or Tom Gin 4 50
4 bottles Sir Robert Burnett......... 5 00
4 bottles Crystalized Rock and
Rye or Peach and Honey ... 3 50

MAIL ORDBRS.
We pay special attention to this class
of business and ship the goods by first
express after order is received.
Per gallon.
Pure North Carolina White Corn-$3.00
Black and Blue ,Corn 4 marts- 3.00
Harvest Corn, 4 quarts ....-.. -....- 3.50
Laurel Valley Corn, 4 quarts 3.50
Gin and Wine, X 1.50
Gin and Wine, XX 2.00
Peach and Honey, X 1.50
Peach and Honey, XX 2.00
Peach and Honey, Spiced ......- 2.50
Rock and Rye, X 1.50
Rock and Rye, XX 2.00




Chas. Blum


& Co.,


Jacksonville,

Florida.


ORDER. YOUR.

Christmas


Liquors
EARLY FROM

Chas. Blum & Co.
Jacksonville, Florida
You will Get the Best
Rye and Corn
Whiskies
Brandies
Cocktails
Wines
Beer
Gin
Everything Good
WINES.
Per gallon.
Port, Table $1.50
Port, Banquet 2.00
Port, Imported 3.00
Sherry, Table 1.50
Sherry, Banquet 2.00
Sherry, Imported 3.00
Blackberry, Sweet 1.00
Blackberry, Dry 1.50
Blackberry, Home Made.................. 2.00
Catawba, Old 1.50
Golden Tokay, Domestic ............ 1.50
Golden Tokay, Imported ............... 2.50
Malaga, Dark 2.00
Malaga, Imported 2.50
Angelica, Sweet 1.00
BULK CORN.
Per gallon.
North Carolina Corn $1.50
Mountain Dew..... 2.00
Mountain Dew, Old 2.50
Harvest Corn 3.00
Laurel Valley Corn 3.00
Cask goods f. o. b. Jacksonville.
BULK WHISKIES.
Jug Orders Not Delivred.
Per gallon.
Sunny Brook, 9 years old -....$...... $5.00
Gibson Pure Rye ........... 4.00
Lewis 66, Blend 4.50
Early Times, Bourbon -..-............... 3.00
White Mills Bourbon ........~......... 3.00
Indian Hill, 100 proof _..........-.. 2.50
Land of Flowers, Blend ............. 3.00
Green Brier Tennessee -.........- 3.00
McGuffies Malt 2.50
Canadian White Rye 2.50
Fleetwood Rye 2.00


WB WILL HIP YOU, KZPUIt
PIMPAID-
4 quarts Sunny Brook $5.00
12 quarts Sunny Brook 13.00
Bottled in Bond.
4 quarts Mellwood 4.50
12 quarts Mellwood 13.00
Bottled in bond.
4 quarts Guckenheimer ___ 5.00
12 quarts Guckenheimer ___.. 12.75
Government Bottling.
4 quarts Moncrief Springs -....... 4.00
12 quarts Moncrief Springs ....11.00
Also Bottled in Bond.
4 quarts Hermitage 500
Both old goods and bottled in bond.
Remember, all above Whiskies are
bottled in bond under Government's
supervision.
BRANDIEW.
Per gallon.
California--Old 2.50
California-Very Old 3.00
Blackberry 1.25
Blackberry, Heavy 1.50
Blackberry, Superior 2.00
Apple, XX 2.00
Apple, XXX 3.00
Apple, Old and Rare 3.50
Peach, XX 2.00
Peach, XXX 3.00
Peach-Old and Rare ................. 3.50
HOW TO EMIT.
Send your money by Express Money
Order, Registered Mail or Postal Or-
der. These are the safest ways and ip-
sure prompt service.
PAST'S BLUB BIBBOMN DEL
Per barrel, 10 doz. pints $12.00
Per dozen, packed in boxes ___ 1.50
JUNO'B CINCINNATI UE.
Per barrel 9.00
Per dozen 1.00
RUM.
SPer gallon.
Rum, New England X .............. $1.50
Rum, New Englandn XX -............- 2.00
Rum, New England XXX .......- 3.00
Rum, St. Croix 3.00
Rum, Jamaica 4.00
Rum, Jamaica, Old 4.50
Rum, Jamaica, very old ...-- ... 5.00




Chas. Blum


& Co.,

Jacksonville,

Florida.


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Diamonds for Christmas Gifts
0 XMAS GIFT so choice as a Diamond. None so permanently vain-
Sbk'Ible. Carrying the largest stock in this section we offer a range of
prices to suit every purse. Direct importers for more than twenty years,
we save you the middleman's profit.

HOLIDAY NOVELTIES HOLIDAY NOVELTIES
Call and examine our stock; we may have suggestions that will help you in your choice of a gift. It you
wish an article for a dollar, or something for many hundreds, we have it, and
you will receive the same careful attention. If unable to call, write for our new
illustrated catalogue. Mail orders receive prompt attention.




Greenleaf & Crosby Company
jewelers anb Silversmitbe
41 West Bay Street Jacksonville, Florida
AT THE SION OF THE 1cG CLOCK
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CHRISTMAS T YE ODEMANSYE

The Best Liquor
Either One of these Brands will prove to be delicious
and satisfy your desire for THE BEST.

SPECIAL PRICES FOR CHRISTMAS
I Gal. Jug. $ 3.00 4 Quarts, 53.50 s
2 Gal. Jug, s5.0 Express 6 Quarts, 5.00
3 al. Keg, 8.00 Paid. 8 Quarts. 6.50
5 Gal. Kes, 13.00 12 Quarts, 9.50
Send for catalogue of other brands. Price Lists
and Catalogues Mailed Free Upon Application.

.._. ,Altmayer& Flatau LiquorCo.
JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.
S30.723244-736 rWeit fr aer. P.O. Box 1128. T64a0"w 3114.
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