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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 21, 1907
Publication Date: -1909
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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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G5tfEWSPAPER.




l XV CONFIDENCE BEINC RESTORED. -10
SThinking people have, during the last few weeks, been
enabled to see many bright spots in the financial outlook
that heretofore were greatly obscured. Moneyed men in
the money centers of the country seem to be taking a better .'
view of the situation, the holiday spirit has put more money
in circulation, as the great mass of people, after vainly
endeavoring to reason out the why of e late money
tightness, have evidently decided that it's all artificial and
artificially tight money can't knock out the generous
Christmas spirit of a country like ours. A
The South especially is showing signs of better times
coming, almost here in fact. 1906 is, we believe, going to
be one of our best years.





JACKSONVILLE, FLA. SAVANNAH, CA.


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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 find something nice for
each member of the family.


Diamond Rings.
The very finest quality
Diamonds, pure, white, per-
fectly cut, brilliant stones,
set in 14-karat mountings,
from
$15.00 to $300.00.
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amond Sat Rings---Beautiful
combinations of five atones
in 14-karat mountings,
$12 00 to 565.00.


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Emblems.


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Odd fellow, .00
Masoni and I. 0 . F., 2.35
Shkrke utters, 2.50
rFale 1.50
Masonic Charms, 4.00
K. of P. 7.00
Et's Tooth" 14.00
Elk's Head, $2.75 to $28.00


We have as finely assorted a line of Ladies' and Gentlemen's
SWatches and Ladies' Lockets as any store in the South. If
". you don't see what you want advertised here, write for
S catalogue.
S.R. J. RILjS jC 15 W. Bay St.
Re. RILEb4 COe., Jacksonville, Fla.
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CONSOLIDATED NAVAL STORES COMPANY.

Home Office: JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
Branches: Savannah, 6a., and Pensacola, Fla.

OFFICERS.
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NAVAL STORES FACTORS


Paid in Capital Stock, $2,500,000
Owned and Controlled by Practical Operators.
The "Coasolidated" 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 etll or correspond.
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WEEKLY INDUSTRIAL


RECORD.


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South Atlantic Conditions in the

Yellow Pine Trade.


Savannah, Ga.-T'hoh it is very evi-
dent that the larger byers of the North
sad East, aad for that matter, of Europe
also, are hoping of in anticipation of
lower pries yet in the lumber markets,
It i bedomidg just t evident that the
lumber of the South-brokers, whole-
salr and milmm alike-d not eiter-
tain this proposition favorably and rre
taking deisive steps to prevent the poe-
sibility of any such occurrence.
Sime the last report the city has been
veritably overrun with the smaller mill-
men, either seeking orders or concluding
their buslnes affairs prior to shutting
down, and a careful study of the situa-
tion as it is today forces the conclusion
that it is now rapidly coming to a show-
dow between the buyers of the world,
who are seeking to free pries yet lower
by their long eontined absence fr.m the
market, and the interior millmen, who de-
lare emphatically that they will not fur-
ther accept the present ridiculously low
values, but will shut down until there is
ddme improvement hi preference.
Of course it is a well-known fact that
the millmem themselves have the remedy
for these onditions at and. They ean
shut down, stop production, prevent over-
production, amu thereby force buyers to
pay better prices when forced to buy.
Heretofore the smaller mills could not
be prevailed on to quit. They have here-
tofore cut on full time and taken the best
price they could get, until "May the dev-
il take the hindmost," seems a fitting par-
allel.
During the past two weeks, however,
almost every country mill operator who
Struck the ity was seen, sad in prati-
cally 9 eases out of 100, their statements
were the same: "We will sht down un-
til prices improve" Without a previous
understanding, the mill operators have
reached the eomlusio that in shutting
down es the only remedy, and they have
fully decided to do it as a matter of corn-
mn seme and self-preervation
To date, a careafl canvas of the situs-
tion shows that approximately 05 per cent
of the total number of mills in Gewwga,
Florida aad South Carolina have either al-
ready shut down or are preparing to do
so, which policy, if persisted in, the total
will soon be increased to 75 or possibly
90 per eet. This, of course, forestalls
any possibility of overproduction, and it
is quite sure that "bargains in lumber, for
which, by the way, a prominent broker of
SLiverpool recently came all the way to
Savannah to secure, will be unheard oi.
Of course European requirements are
difereat from those for domestic trade.
A buyer, however, comes to this port and
makes the frank statement that his "cli-
eats in Europe bad been watching the
finaaeal dioealties in the states with a
great deal of interest and were ex peting
to get sa eal bargalua in lumber as


the result," shows the tendency to hold
off until still lower prices, which produ-
cers are going to block.
Another very noticeable condition is
that the holders of timberlands hereto-
fore refusing to sell at any price have
now decided to "loosen up" on their hold-
ings, and as a result the millman has se-
cured bargains in desirable timber.
Several millmen, here during the past
ten days, stated that they had just pur-
chased desirable timber options, but in
every case they stated positively that they
would not cut a foot of timber until
better conditions in the general market
should warrant it. This shows that while
the interior millman has secured bargains,
he does not intend that the consumer shall
reap the benefit.
C. N. Paynter, of Liverpool, represent-
ing the brokerage frm of Alfred Doebell,
of that city, was here several days ago,
and during an interview at the DeSoto
Hotel with Mesrs. Joseph Hilton and J.
K. Clarke, he made the statement abive
quoted.
Both gentlemen with whom Mr. Payn-
ter was talking assured him that there
was slim possibilities of securing any
"real bargains" in lumber just at this
time, since over 60 per cent of the mills
of this section had shut down, and he
left Savannah without securing a contract.
Of course, it is probable that Mr. Payn-
ter was really seeking what is popularly
called "larien cut" material, which is said
to be simply the tree felled and squared
up for export. There is reported to be
considerable of this rafted material at
Darien at this time; still, at the same
time, it is hardly probable that the own-
ers would be shortsighted enough to close
contracts at a sacrifice.
Export requirements and domestic eon-
ditions alike show the important of pru-
dence ypoif the part of the producers,
which it is believed will obtain. It also
appears that the smaller millmen have
learned a lesson and will shut down until
there is improvement.
Speaking of general trade conditions, a
prominent wholesaler said yesterday:
"Prices in my opinion are as low as
they can possibly go. Even if there was
an absolute cessation in the demand, it
would not be possible for values to go
any lower, for the general stoppage of
the mills would, of course, prevent any
such possibility.
"I believe that with the advent of the
new year we are to witness a revival of
the general activity in lumber trade con-
ditions, and I am convinced that the small
mills have shut down until that time.
several inquiries for railroad requirements
on the market, and this in itself is a
hopeful sign.
"If any one in the trade wants to se-
cure lumber at prices lower than they
will be again in many a long day, he had
better make his purchases rit now."


Turpentine Men Meet in Sayvamnh.

Savannah, Ga., ee. 1,-A conference of Mr. W. C. Powel, of Jackanril, padl-
representatives of the naval stores indus- dent of the CmCae dated Naval Blre
try in Georgia and Florida was held in Company, was ane of the early arrivals.
Savannah yesterday. Mr. H. L Covingtom, vieo-prmadet of tLh
Producers, factors and exporters all had
a hand in the matter, but it was stated sam w i o
that nothing was accomplished in the way Pensa"ola a met hs bother, ID. F.
of improving conditions from the stand- P Cvington, of Florei, 8. C, her. Dr.
point of the industry. Covington is interested i the timber bus-
The depressed state of the market was inesa.
the common cause, which attracted the PreisN t Me MHei.
producers and operators in the hope of in- Congresman W. G. Buatley ame in
during the exporters to do something to with the naval storm mm Ir Brr-
bolster up the price. It was stated that wick. He was with Mr. C DowhqI, pus-
absolutely no encouragement was offered ident of the Downing Naval te8res C -
by the interests which control the market, pany, and in the ev was a guest of
the excuse being that nothing could be Mr. E. 8. Nash, iprjdemt of the Atmri-
done while the overproduction is so great. can Naval Storme O pay, lo Savannah.
This answer was received by the producers His coming along wth them was only a
rather sulledly, because they think they coincidence, he says, as he was em a df-
are being badly treated. Lack of funds ferent missim.
prevents them from holding the product Other prominent trade rsmpreatrtv
for a better market, they say. in the city were Pefdim't J. W. West, of
Jggling Is Allege. VaMosta, of the Wet-Fliya-Hrris Cm-
The general impression among these pany, Preident D. Ashley of the Pebim-
men is that the exporters are juggling sular Naval Store Clopay, Mr. J. W.
the market for their own benefit while Callahan, a stokholder in the J. P. WB-
the producer is being squeezed; that the liams Company; Mr. B. W. Blount, of
banks in Florida are being intimidated Jacsonville, of the Pen r Oompmay;
into a refusal of funds to the operator to Mr. C. H. Barns, of Jacksenville, mmlur
hold his output, by threatening to diseon- of the Bares-Jeeup Naval Stes Cam-
tinue receiving the product at Jackson- pany; Capt. W. J. imma- of Lrve (ak,
ville. a prominent operator-direetor of the Co-
Severy of the men will return home on solidated Naval Stores Compay; Mr. B.
the early train this morning while others S. Hall of Oala ad others.
will remain over to discuss the situation The turpentine wpde re depre ed
further during the day, in the hope of say- over the outlook. They clai to -e eth-
ing something from what they term a bad ing bright in the prospect for them. Wth
state of affairs for them. Yesterday's the market stocked, the pris way dow
meeting was adjourned to today but late and themselves without msuleiet fuds to
in the evening the prospect for one was hold on, they are almost at the me of
rather slim. the other side. t l dam.


PROSPERITY ASSURED.

An Authority Says It Will Be More Pro-
nounced Than Ever.
Certainly Mr. E. H. Harriman is doing
what he can to atone for some of his past
sins. He is now letting himself be seen
in the role of a distinct and vigorous
optimist. That being the case, we may
well forgive him for his share in bringing
about that unquestioned loss of confidence
and distrust of great corporations that
has been a part of the past year's depres-
sion in stocks.
But now Harriman is going about the
country declaring his faith in the things
that be and his rosy confidence in the
things that are to be and, as he is a
man of considerable acumen and more or
less influence among financiers, spite of
the knocks he has received, I am willing
to overlook offenses in by-gone years and
welcome him to the "Optimists' Club of
America."
Harriman was interviewed by a New
York reporter the other day and he lost
no time in declaring that the country is
fast recovering from the shock caused by
the recent money stringency. ConidMace
is returning, he delarstd, san it will "t


- 1,


be long before the country is as proser-
pus as ever, if not mo prospers. As
an evidence of his aeol es that bhd-
mae wa returning to norl ditie
he pointed to t that he had ut
ordered 6000 n back to work n hise
roads.
"There is no doubt that a aer of pra-
perity is coming back," said he. "he
great stability of our indutrial fabrii is
our commercial asset., O it we are ex-
tending our credit, as we mst, to earry
on the great business of this eoatry.
The overstrain on eash is bel reloved
and credit is onee more blng allowed to
perform its am4 wek. 'Tt is why
I know we are on the rebond to a heal-
thy and sod prosperity.
"Of course, you must net xpeet al at
once to see every tn of eimmsrsal bus-
iness as active as it hes be during the
past two years, ad perhaps is better
for the country that t should et be so.
We have a presidential aempa in i frost
of us, and it is aly naturl that we
should feel our way entiomely for s-
time. When I sy cautiouly, I de-at
mean besitatingly, but rather egsu n.
tively.
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THE WEEKLY INDUSTRIAL RECORD.



WVVHTE OAK SPIRITS BARRELS

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

Write to Cemnbus Barrel Mft. Co., Columbus, Ga., or to HENRY ELSON, Florida Mgr., Jaceville Fla.


the Union Pacific and the Southern Pa-
cific," said Mr. Harriman. "When I took
them off, the situation looked darker than
t r-eayj was. But when I saw the steady
improvement and the hopeful signs, I felt
warranted in putting most of the dis-
Scharged men back and taking up again
the work that had been begun. I could
not have done otherwise were I to con-
serve the interests of the stockholders."
For Harriman's good deeds, especially
that. last of which he spoke of, the re-
employing of men on his Union Pacific
and Southern Pacific lines, let us give
him a friendly greeting. More words of
his sort just now from the big men of
the land, would be highly acceptable.

EUCALYPTUS TREES IN FLORIDA.
During the past few years the blue
gum tree, one of the Australian eucalyp-
tus, has been planted in parts of south-
ern Florida and has thrived to such a
degree as to assure good results from
plantings of that species in the southern
section of the peninsula. The successful
plantings were made in low sandy soils
near Cape Claaveral, about Fort Myers,
and elsewhere. The water level is usually
less than six feet below the surface, and
the trees ind no difficulty in obtaining all
the moisture needed.
The blue gum and other eucalypts were
brought to California from Apstralia
many years ago, and have shown remark-
able growth in the warm climate and
friendly soils of the Pacific coast. It be-
comes a trunk in a few years when con-
ditions are favorable, but it cannot with-
stand severe frost and for that reason it
an be grown with profit only in limited
areas of the United States. Much atten-
tim is being given to it in California, and
hundreds of thousands of trees were plant-
ead the past year. Railroads use it for
ties and are planting large tracts for that
purpose. It has many uses--fuel, posts,
les ad lumber. No tree grows with
S-greater rapidity.
The sueess which has attended the in-
treduction of this valuable tree in south-
lern Florida proves that it will prosper
There. Although much of the soil is stony
Sthe underground water lies near the sur-
face and the roots of the eucalyptus easily
reach it. I they can obtain sufficient an-
horage to hold the trunks against the
., forces of the wind, success s reasonably
sure even in the stony ground, while many
situations are available where the soil in
Deep and is free from stones, and in such
places the eualypt finds ideal conditions
; for rapid growth.

CARNEGIE ON PANIC PANACAS.
The eighth annual meeting of the Nat-
ional Civic Federation was called to order
..at the Park Avenue Hotel in New York
SCty, last Tuesday, with more than one
Hundred men and women, prominent in va-
Srious walks of life in attendance.
The subject before the meeting was:
"Proteeting People's. avings."
Mr. James H. peyer, the first speaker,
favored & east currency based on the
gold stanurd


BUYER'S


ACCOUNTANTS.
T. G. Hutehieon, Jacksoville, Fla.
Walter Mucklow, Jackrvills, la.
ABSTRACTS.
Realty Title & Trust C., Jacksonville,
Fla.

Briggs Hardware Co., VaMotsa, Ga.
J. D. Weed & Co., Savannah, Ga.
BAK&S
ommercial Bank, Jacksonville, Fa.
BEEB-WHOLESALE.
Chas. Blum a ., Jacknvi Fla.
oeeph Zapf & Co., Jaeomve Fla
BARREL STAVES.
at (ast Lumber oa. Watrtown,
Florida.
DOXE8 AND CRATES.
Cummer Lumber Ca, JaekMMoville, Fla.
BRICK.
Geo. R. ester, Jr, Jackasnvl1e ha.
BUILDING MATB'RAL
Gea. R. later, Jr., Ja 1kmkenvL Vi.
CROCKERY.
Knalht Creeksy ad IFruta U9,
Jacksnrrille, Fla.
CLOTHEG.
Craig & Bra. J. A, Jacksonville, Fla.
Standard Clothing Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
CO-PUR 81S.

ash san MeEaX.
M A. Baker, Brumwek, Ga.
COOPERAGE.
lorid O oopnrg Ceo.Jacksonville, Fla.
Atlatin Cooperage Ca., Jacksoaville, Fla.
DRUG&
W.L AL JOse, JaDeonvii, Fla.
DRUGS-WHOLKSALE.
GrOover-tewart DrI8 O., Jaesonvl
Timp Dr" OL, Tkxy 11L
SoBthern DXn l. Ck, Oav Jadinvril, na.
DRY GOOD-WHOLUALE.
Coveibt Co. The. Jakonville, Fla.
ELECTRIC LIGHT AND POWER
PLANTS.
Karl Fise, Brumswk, Ga.
WOIn. .
S-IW ons Ca., J. 8., Maoe. Ga.
l mtahd he W ks and Supyly a., Au-
Kl i s, a Plwiiek, Ga.
FURNITURE.
Knight OCrkary and Furniture C,
Jacknevmil, F&l
Ramis, Jacksonville, Fla.
F1RTLIZER&
ours & OC., Win. A.. JA.. iekbourl Fla.
FOUNDRIBS
'-hoseMld Sons Ca., J. ., Maeo., Ga.
Iombard Iron Works & Supply Co., An-
gtas, Ga.
FUNERAL DIRECTORS
The Chas. A. Clark C., Jacksonville, M.


GEUTS' FURNISHERS.
standard Clothirg Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
Stuart-Bernstein Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
Craig & Bro. J. A, Jacksonville, Fla.
GROCERS-WHOLESALE.
William C., J. P, Savannah, Ga.
Young CO, John R., Savanah, Ga.
HARDWARE.
Bond & Bours Co. The, Jacksonville, Fla.
riggs, W. H., Hardware Co., Valdota, Ga.
Tampa Hardware Co., Tampa, Fla.
Weed & Co.. J. D., Savannah. G.
HAY AND JRAIN.
Houra & Co.. Wm. A.. Jackso ille. PVa.
HATS.
Craig & Bro, J. A., Jacksoavdil, F.
Standard Clothing Co.. Jacksonville. Fla
HOOP IRON.
J. D. Weed & Co., Savannah, Ga.
HOTELS
Duval Hotel, Jacksonville, Fla.
Zahm's European Hotel, Jack onville, Fla.
IRON WORKS.
Sehofeld's Sou Co, J. ., Maeon, Ga.
JEWELERS.
R. Ries COa, JacksoBnvile, Fl
Greenleaf & Crosby Co., Jacksonville, Fla
Hess & Slager, Jacksonville Fla.
LUNMDR.
Mast Oast Lumnber C1a, Watertown,
Florida.
LIQUORS.
R. M. Rome Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
Blum & Co., Cas., Jacksonville, Fla.
Altmayer & Flatau Liquor Co., Macon,
Ga., and Jacksonville, Fla.
Joeph Zapf & Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
MEDICINES.
8pencer Med e0 Co., Chattanooga Ten.
MACHDIN WORKS.
SchoAedds Son Ca, J. s, Maeon, Ga.
Lombard Iro Works. Augsts, Ga.
MATERIALS FOR TUuPNrJLuie PRO-

SehoAeld's Sons Co., J. 8., Maon, Ga.
METAL WORKERS.
nMcMella Bna. C., Juack Tns, savan-
nab amd eWa.
Baker, M. A, Bruswick, Ga, ad Pema-
cola, Fia.
MILL SUPPLIrS.
Sehofeld's Boa Co, J. 8, Maeon, G.
Tampa Hardware Co, Tampa, Fla.
Weed & Co, J. D, Savannah, Ga.
Maleby Maheinery Co, Jacksoville, Fla.
Brigg Hardware Co., Valdesta, Ga.
Lombard Iron Works & Supply k., Au-
gusta, Ga.
MONUMENTS.
Tampa Monumental Werks, Tampa, F
MULES AND HOBSE.
W. A. Cook, Tampa. Fln
MEDICINES.
Johnson's Chill and Fever Tonic Co., Sa-
vannah, Ga.
NAVAL STORKS.
Peninsular Naval Stores Co., Jacksonville


GA&, I and Tampa, Fla.
Jadmernvi, 0 COa., Jackonvirle, F. I Barnes a Joesup O., Jachodmvfl, Fla.


Consolidated Naval Stores Co., Jacksom-
vil, Fla.
West-Flynn-Harris Co, Jaksonville, Fla.
Williams C., J. P., Savanah, Ga.
Young Co., John R., Savanah. Ga.
Southern Sttes Naal Stera O, 8avn-
ash, Ga.
PAINTS
Bond & Bours Co., Jaksonville, .
PHOSPHATE SUPPLE
Tampa Hardware Co, Tampa, Fa.
PLANING MILL.
Duval Planing Mill Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
PHOSPIATE MACHINERY.
Lombard Iron Works & Supply Ca., Au-
gusta, Ga.
PUMPS.
Merrill-Stevmes Co, Jacksonville, na.
Sehofeld's Sonu Co., J. 8. Maco, Ga.
RAILROADS.
Atlantie Oast Line.
REAL STATE.
Southern Real Estate and Investment Ca.,
Flomaton, Ala.
SAWMILLS
Lombard Iron Works A Supply 0a., As-
gusts, Ga.

Bours & Ca. Wi. A., JackseiesU, IF.
8HIP YARDS.
Cummer Lumber Co, Jacksonville, Fla
SHOES-WHOLESALI
Hutchinson Shoe Co., Jacksonville, Fa.
Jos. Rosenheim Shoe Co., Savannah, Ga.
STEAMSHIM
Clyde Steamship Co. The, New York City.
TAjNK
G. Davis & Smos, Palatka, Fl.
8eholld's 8ons Co., J. S, Ma ., OG
Preston Miller C., CrMseest City, 9F.
TUmPULmeu BARREL.
Atantic Cooperag C., Jacksonville, I
Florid Cooperage ., Jacksonville, a.
1 uKPllmums STILLS.
Baker, M. A., Brewick, OGa, d r me-
col, Fk.
McManil Brothers .C, .Jashmanv,
Savannah and Mell.
TIMBER LANDS.
Jacksonville Development Co., Jackson-
ville, Fla.
TtlirAiaus TOOLS.
Council Tool Co., Jacksonvlle, Fa.
Operator' Tool Ca., Gren Coa e I
Fla
J. D. Weed & Ca Sava. a, Ga.
WATCH.
Greenleaf & Crosby Co., Jacksovile, Ml
Hem & Slager, Jackmo~ille, Fa.
R. J. Riles Co, Jacksonvmle, la.
YELLOW PINK LUMVB
Cummer Lumber Co, Jackooavill. Pla.
East Coast lumber Co. Watertowa. Fl


WM. D. JONES

PESCRIPTMN SPECIAST


FAMILY DRUGGIST
107 E. SAY ST.
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THE WEEKLY TNOTTSTRtAL RECORD. 5


THE GROOVER-STEWART 0.

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Carnegie n Currency.
Mr. Speyer then introduced Andrew Car-
negie, who said, in prt:
'No system of currency will enable us
to escape seasons of depression, failures
and losses. Prosperity is bound to stretch
the line beyond the breaking point, and
dull times are needed to restore them;
and just in proportion as the percentage
of the total legitimate business grows
smaller to that of the speculation and
gambling upon margins, financial disas-
ters will increase in number and severity.
Let us therefore dismiss all panaceas for
panics such as we have just experienced,
and which were due several years ago,
but delayed by an unequaled succession
of food crops and demands for our crops
abroad. The point that demands atten-
tion is that our banking system is unlike
that of other countries. I agree thorough-
ly with those, however, who believe that
'the present is not the time to urge the
complete change we need.


The Curreacy Question. -
"The currency question will never down _
until it is founded upon correct principles.
If there be anything established, it is
that it should be based upon the assets,
vix.: Trade bills, which expand and con-
tract as business does, the reserve being
in gold. But this does not seem to be
the proper time to urge so great a change 1
as this implies. Our first effort should e
to get legislation turned from the wrong 6
to the right path by introducing to some
extent asset currency. As the people see
the advantages of this system, we may 4
hope to enlarge its use and gradually j
abandon bond security and in due time j
to begin the substitution of gold, real
value for our reserve, instead of govern- e
meat evidences of debt, thus giving us the e*
most profitable and serviceable form of
Making, as abundantly proved by the ex-
perience of other countries. No central *
bank is necessary to effect a cure, but *
only the cushion elasticity, which the 4
President recommends."
Mr. Carnegie deviated from his set
speech to say he favored the passage of a
resolution by the Federation voicing its
sentiment on the matter of "currency reg- es
elation," and had prepared such a reso- e
lution, but having learned that I. N. Se- ef
ligman would later offer such a resolution, e&
refrained from making his resolution pub- a
lie.

SAVIrGS BAMKS D OSITS.
The year 1907 will end with deposits i
in savings banks amounting to nearly $4,-
000,000,000. A $5,000,000 deficit in the s
United States Treasury was turned during t
the last year into a surplus of $87,000,000,
and the surplus next year will be like that
of 1907. The farms produced $7,000,000,-
000 worth of supplies this year, the mines t
produced more than $2,000000,0000 in mar-
.ket value, and the factories turned out
goods that are worth about $15,000,000,-
000. The gold output is $110,000,000, or e!
18 per cetn over the record. Domestic .
Industries puts it that in the United A
States, with 5 per cent of the world's pop-
ulation, we produce 20 per cent of the .
world's wheat, 35 per cent of its manufac-
tures, 52 per cent of its petroleum, 70 per ej I


cent of its cotton and 80 per cent of its merchant marine and the passing of a Humphreys, Congressman from Washing-
corn. The man who talks of hard times in shipping bill in the near future. Among ton; Lewis Nixon, of New York; F. E.
America under these conditions is insen- the speakers on the program are Truman Case, president of the Harvard Manufac-
sible to the magnificent business situa- F. Newberry, Assistant Secretary of the turning Company; Senator Foraker and
tion of the United States when rationally Navy; J. T. McCleary, Assistant Post- other well known men. Representatives
considered. If we only possess our souls master General John Barrett, director of of commercial bodies of many large cities
with a little patience everything will come the Bureau of American Republics; W. E. are in attendance.
around all right.

WORK FOR SHIP SUBSIDY.

An Important Gathering in Cleveland,acksonvile,
Ohio, Today. o DUVAL lrda.
Cleveland, Ohio, Dec. 21.-With an ad-
dress of welcome by Mayor Tom L. John- This Hotel has recently changed hands, and is under New Management
son, the convention of the Merchants' Throughly Renovated Throughout
Marine League of the United States was
called to order here today. Former Gov- Headquarters Ior Turpentine Operators
ernor Myron T. Herrick, of Ohio, presided. F. BARTOW STUBBS, I. D. CRAWFORD,
The principal business before the conven-
tion is the establishment of an adequate Proprietor. Manager.


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Stop Paying Rent!


Own Your Home!


Save Your Money! E



Did you ever stop to think what a worthless thing a package of rent receipts is Did
you ever stop to thing that fully half of the tenant houses have been paid for, sometimes many
time over, by the renters, and yet the landlord is more disposed to advance than to decrease
the monthly rent account ? Did you ever stop to think that your rents could buy you a home
-a place that yould be your own, a comfort to you and yours now and a blessing in the days
to come Did you ever cultivate the saving habit Did you ever stop to think that your sur-
plus savings could earn you a good interest and provide a home purchasing fund for you at
the same time Beware of the rent-paying habit, and own your home. Put your rent money
into your own assets instead of into the landlord's pocket.
We will buy you a home or build you a home and let you pay for it in rents, perhaps less
monthly than you are now paying. We will charge you only 4 per cent interest, full time, for
the money that we loan you, and we will pay you 5 per cent interest on your savings, while ac-
cumulating a sufficient equity to become a home purchaser.
Decide NOW to own your own home and write us for full particulars. Every guarantee of
this company is backed by its assets of over $800,000.00


If you desire to apply your present rent
money to a home of your own fill out this cou-
pon and mail to us and we will tell you how it
is done.
IIow much rent do you payT $
Name
Street
Postoffice address
County State


Jacksonville


Development


Company,

Jacksonville, Fla.


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S .__fiIM WRILSY INDUSTIttAL RECORb.


We Will Pay You for

Helping Us

We are going to make the 1908 RECORD the best Turpentine and Lun- 4
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 commimary 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 Iintidng
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
piees 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 aeuh disoont of ten per cent.
on all orders for printing I send you.
(Signed)
Postoflce Stata

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.



This Easy Chipper Saves time and Money.

Chip escapes easier on account of hollow back.
Cuts a shade streak easier as hollow back allows hack to WRITE
to be closed more FOR
."' Gum flows easier as there is less stiel to drag over the
fresh cut. PRICE


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

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MATCH MAiKRM ANXIOUS.

Dero tg spp ly of Timber Is Already
Wrrying Manufactureras
It is perhaps more characteristic of
Americans than of any other people to
hold small things in contempt, forgetting
that "little drops of water, little grains of
sand constitute the planet we inhabit.
A math is a small and insignificant affair,
yet multiplied as it has been in this coun-
try and the rest of the civilized world it
has been one of the most potential agents
of modern material development. It has
come into use at a late day in the world's
history. There are many living among
us still who can remember when the flint
amd tinder were the regular means of
starting a fresh fire, and the old one was
artfully preserved by burying the em-
bers night after night to be revived in
the morning. It is eighty years ago the
prespt year that the lucifer match, the
at genuine friction match, was invented,
aad evea that required an attachment of
beat sandpaper to produce the desired re-
slts.
It is hard for the present generation to
realize the inconveniences from which the
friction match emancipated their ances-
tos. The manufacture of this product
has become a great and even a somewhat
diversified industry, because every section
seems to have matches peculiar to itself.
A 4ma who has been a commercial trav-
eler for many years tells us that if he
were taken up and carried to any point
ef of the Alleghenies he could tell with-
ia a hundred miles of where he was by
the matches he should find in use. There
is also a national pride in matches. A
rect mayor of Manchester, Lhglaud,
vistig friends in Boston a few days ago,
spije very highly of our "abominable
mate," and declared that he did not
see hLow a high-spirited, independent and
enterprising people like ourselves put up
wih them
The American people, however, appear
to be fairly well contented with the home
product, else they would not buy and con-
sume so many with comparatively so lit-
tie grumbling. They use up about 700,-
000,000,000 a year, or about half of all
that are manufactured in the world.
Thre are hundreds of factories scattered
ovr the country, one plant on the Pa-
ee Coast covering 240 acres and operat-
ian over thirty miles of railroad, over
which is carried to it daily 200,000 feet of
sugar pine and yellow pine logs for the
math machines. Inferior lumber will not
do. It must be straight grained and free
from knots and carefully treated in ad-
dition. The by-product goes into larger
things. The factory on the Paefic Coast
referred to turns out as this by-product
a thousand doors and 800 window sashes
daily. In a single year one match com-
pany in the lake region cut e2,000000o,
board feet of pne, though that was in-


tended for more than a year's product.
It is no wonder, when we consider these
figures, that the matchmakers are becom-
ing anxious. And that is true in other
countries as well as our own. In Ger-
many and France there is a movement to
have forests planted just for match tim-
ber, and we may soon face a famine in
match wood in this country, for not all
kinds can be used for that purpose. It
may also happen that invention may de-
velop something that will take the place
of matches. tl is not probable that the
limit of progress has been reached in the
means of producing fire at need. There is
no Promethean penalty for the man who
shall make the discovery, but rather wel-
come and reward by his eager fellowmen.

FACTS FROM FLONATON.
Flomaton, Ala., Dec. 18, 1901.
industrial Record, Jacksonville, Fla.
Gentlemen-In accordance with your re-
quest will give you a few remarks con-
cerning operators and conditions general-
ly in my territory. Operators here who
are cutting boxes are paying at present
lyc. per box, with the general under-
standing among themselves to reduce the
box cut, also the price of cutting to 141
cents, beginning not later than January;
as suggested by the Turpentine Operators'
Association, at a recent meeting. Mind
you, there are but a few in mysection
who are cutting any boxes at all, and the
"slogan" here is to curtail the output
another season. This is the only man-
ner by which we can expect for naval
stores to command anything like a fair
price.
The buying of turpentine places is very
inactive, owing to the lack of inducement
on the part of the factors to the prospec-
tive purchasers. The tightness of money
and the depression in the prices of naval
stores has forced some very fine proposi-
tions on the market. The Southern Real
Estate and Investment Co., of this place,
have on hand a great many of these prop-
ositions and are making some few sales.
Yours very truly,
F. A. GRAHAM.

DO YOU WANT FURNITURE?
For it will pay yen to me the ew Fr-
niture at-


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Main Street.


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REALTY TITLE & TRUST Co.
139 Realty building, Jacksonville, fla.
CAPI FAL $100.000,010. SURPLUS 4S,690.12.
am Abstrot of TIMt, Et s Laus MeM w aR l stat
MODERN OrFICES FOR RENT.




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25,00 acres of cut over lands n the St. John River, world of fat pie and
tumps. A good place to raie cattle ad seep. A good plae for pie prod et
plant. Price, $1.0 per are-
20,000 acres of out over-pine on the railroad; good land ad Am guraing; only
30 miles from Jaeksevills. Price, mO per are; or would mbdivide at Lm per
acr.
0,000,000 feet of yellow pine stumpage lose to a lake with water trauporta-
tion to Jacksonville; tmbr will cut 4,00 feet per acre. eay logig. Prie
$2.00 per thousand; terms of payment easy. Would sell in fee it pri to be agreed
on per acre.
1500,000M feet of pine and ypres can be logged to Jacksonvile; about 5,-
000 acres in turpentine and 15,000 acre of virgin timber comprise this group whi
can be had in fee on the basis of $L.00 per thousand feet inmludiag the l d. The
land alone will be worth the purehas price.
Several tracts of virgin pine in various parts of the State; tracts of 10000
to 100,000 acres. Several ong concerns, sawmills and turpentine place. Write
us your needs. We have aps and estimates on most of the good prope in
Florida. We are in touch with buyers We handle property that we a vouch
for and handle direct from the owers.
4,000 sares of graing lands ear Dade City; Is in the vegetable ad tobacco
district. Several small farqp cleared land ad houses. Property is near ral-
road and is convenient to eshool. Just the place for m or more families to et-
tie; to farm and raie a her of cattle; $12000 will purchase ths tract. Terms,
$2,000 mah, balance any way that s ts purchaser, with nterst at 5 per at.
JACKOeaVU.L DavsTLOPrmIT
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TIE WEEKLY INDUSTRIAL RPCOb


InOIISTRIAL RECORD
JAII=A. MOLLMMON Edser-in-ChiL
A. SL MAILSSE Uabsr Manage.
IL a. AJRNOLD Adverdaing Manager.

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Tf,. PVn and Is PrFueotms.
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SftU IndutSrial RLecord Company."
Ju.csuonvie,. Fla.
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.avanahh. Ga.
aret ast the Patodtoe at Jacsonvlle. Fla..
as aeos -otaes matter
Auted by he Excutive t.o uLAmte toft
do TurpetU OpwatorW Asmocation
leptLah r 1, 102, a it excluve offi-
eial oa Adopted in annual cnvton
bptember 11 as the organ also of the gea-
Adopted April 27th, 1903, as the official
urga of the Interstate Cane Urower' As-
uc tion. Adopted September 11, 19013, as
the only ofli a orcan of the T. O. A.
CUmmn ed to lumber people by peial
relation adopted by the eorgia Sawmil
A-sooatiL.

THL RECORD'S OFFICS
The publishing plaat and the maia of-
sso at the Industrial Reeord Compamy
are locatd at the tersection of Bay and
newsaa Streets, Jaksonville, la., in the
very heart of the great turpentine and
yellow pne industries.
The bavanauh, Ga., offie i in the Board
of Trade BuwJdig. Savanahu is the lead-
ing open a al atore market ia the world.

NOTICE TO PATRONS.
Al aymnta fr advertiag in the In-
Mtrisl rect4 amnd nhraiptio thereto
m Mat he made dIu to the hob acs ia
JaLrevMile Asts are ant &aowe to
make ceUietias unde ay orcmastaum,.
age fer atdertlig asd ambacriptioa ar
Mot *et frem the hle office, when dUe,
an all riemtaucee aust be made direct
Imndmsal AReset" PIukM Co.


MR. ARNOLD WEDS.
The following wedding announcement
was received in Jacksonville this week:
Mr. and Mrs. John Leysath
announce the marriage of their
daughter,
Mary Elizabeth,
to
Mr. Robertson Tanner Arnold,
on Wednesday, December 18, 1907,
North, S. C.
The wedding was a beautiful house
wedding and the number of guests was
limited to about thirty-five of the most
intimate friends of the bride.
The best man was Mr. John S. Arnold,
Jr., who went on from Jacksonville for the
wedding, returning here Wednesday night.
Mrs. Arnold is a young woman of
charming and vivacious manner, and will
be a pleasing addition to the young so-
ciety circles of Jacksonville.
Mr. Arnold has a large circle of friends
in Jacksonville and throughout the State.
He is the capable advertising manager of
the Industrial Record. The publishers of
the Record extend congratulations to the
bride and groom

REGISTRATION OF STILLS.

Modicatima of the Federal Law Is Being
Advocated.
There is widespread interest through-
out the turpentine region in the bill Con-
gressman Edwards has introduced in the
house to amend a federal act requiring the
"registration of stills," says the Savan-
nah Morning News.
Naval stores operators in all the south-
erm states where this important industry
thrive are taking the matter up and in-
tend vgrialising their senators and rep-


Philadelphia Conference Incident

Seems to be Rivived Again.

it comes to pass, says the Lumber chance and of vastly more importance.
Trade Journal, that the Georgia-Florida I pon resolution offered by Mr. Stillwell
Saw Mill Association is not through with the association authorized President Tift
that notorious Philadelphia conference mi- to appoint a committee to consider changes
cident, which as it seemed was settled at in the interstate rules of 1905. The com-
Jacksonville on October 25th when the mittee is to consist of three members from
association voted that its members should Georgia and three from Florida with Pres-
not ship short leaf pine on long leaf or- ident Tift as chairman of the whole. The
ders. appointment of the committeemen is left
W. B. Stillwell, vice-president of the to Capt. Tift, who will announce his ap-
association, who vigorously opposed the pointments later. As Capt. Tift consults
resolution adopted at Jacksonville is not closely with Mr. Stillwell in all such mat-
through with his fight yet and made an ters it is highly probable that the comn-
interesting move at Tifton, Ga., Tuesday, mittee will be appointed with Mr. Still-
December 10, when, acting as presiding well's approval.
officer of a convention of the association The committee will not act hurriedly.
held on that date he recommended that Its work may extend over a period of
the association rescind the Jacksonville several months and its ultimate object


resolution.
Few of the members of the association
who voted for the resolution at Jackson-
ville were present. Morgan V. Gress, of
the Gress Manufacturing Company, was
among those who were present and he op-
posed vacating the resolution, declaring
that such action would be manifestly
unfair.
J. L. Philips, of Thomasville, Ga., pro-
posed as a compromise that the resolu-
tion be reconsidered.
S. L chapman representing the Cum-
mer Lumber Company of Jacksonville,
moved that if any further action was to
be taken it be postponed to a future meet-
ing and all members of the association be
notified in advance so that all parties in-
terested could have a voice.
All this happened at the morning ses-
sion of the association. Capt. H. H. Tuit,
president, was detained from the chair.
It being learned that he would appear at
the afternoon session it was decided to
postpone any action until he arrived.
At the afternoon session of the asso-
ciation nothing was said about rescinding
the Jacksonville resolution.
What did happen was of equal signifi-


may be to define what shall be known as
short leaf pine. At present there is great
confusion as to what is short leaf and
what is long leaf. No one seems quite
sure. Government experts who have been
consulted tell them that the difference
can't always be distinguished' even micro-
scopically. Such being the case it would
seem to a lay mind, at least, that the best
way to solve the problem would be to
cut out the specfication of species en-
tirely, and grade by defects only. There
is an element in the association who fa-
vor this plan and the day may not be far
distant when the specifications, long leaf"
and "short leaf" will disappear from the
rules even as did the specification "Sa-
vannah Merchantable."
Other important business transacted by
the association was a revision of the con-
stitution and by-laws of the association,
the full text of which, as amended, is
printed herewith.
The next meeting of the association will
be held at Jacksonville, Fla., on the see-
ond Tuesday in January. It was humor-
ously suggested that Jacksonville would
be a more desirable place as Georgia would
be "dry" in 1908.


resentatives to rally around Congressman for not less than one month nor more than
Edwards in securing the passage of his two years."
bill. Congressman Edwards is trying to have
The bill is house bill No. 7,556. It was added to the original act: "Provided
introduced December 12, and referred to that nothing herein contained shall in any
the committee on ways and means. It manner be construed to mean or relate
seeks to amend section 3258 of the revised to stills or distilling apparatus for the
statutes, second edition, which act was manufacture of spirits of turpentine and
passed in 1878. It is desired that tur- other naval stores products."
pentine stills may be exempt from the He has offered another bill in which the
scope of the measure. trade is interested because it seeks to
A prominent naval stores man asserted make inapplicable to manufacturers of na-
yesterday that while the act has never val stores apparatuses the law which says
been. rigidly enforced against operators that "manufacturers of stills shall each
any deputy marshal could make it very pay $50 and $25 for each still or worm for
inconvenient for a small operator by sim- distilling made by him." If this were en-
ply calling on him to explain why he forced it is claimed the manufacturer
hadn't complied with the law and regis- would raise the price of his apparatus pro-
tered his still. portionately, and the operators would have
One of the drastic provisions of the old to bear the brunt of the matter.


law is:
"Every still or distilling apparatus not
so registered, together with all personal
property in toe possession or custody, or
under the control of such person, and
found in the building, or in the yard or
inclosure connected with the building in
which the same may be set up, shall be
forfeited.
"Any person having in his possession
or custody, or under his control, any still
or distilling apparatus set up, which is
not registered, shall pay a penalty of
$500, and shall be fined not less than $100
nor more than $1,000, and be imprisoned


THIS YEAR'S COTTON CROP.
Washington, December 10, 1907, 1:00 p.
m.-The Crop Reporting Board of the
Bureau of Statistics of the Department of
Agriculture, from the reports of the cor-
respondents and agents of the Bureau, es-
timates that the total production of cot-
ton in the United States for the year
1907-8 will amount to 5,581,968,000 pounds
(not including linters), equivalent to 11,-
678,000 bales of 500 pounds, gross weight.
The estimated production in 500-pound
bales, by States, is as follows:
Virginia ....................... 14,000


THE CULTIERS


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Georgia ....... ................ ... g 08
Florida ........................ 64JO
Alabama ....................... 1,216)00
Mississippi ............. ... 1,536,0
Louisiana ...................... 712A,00
Texas .......................... 2,90,J 00
Arkansas ...................... 796N000
Tennessee ...................... .. ,00W
Mis0onri ....................... 40,0W0
Oklahoma ........ ............. 919,000

United States .............. 11,678,00M
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C. lARK,

Acting Chief of Bureau, Chairman.
Nat -R Murray,
Jefferson Johnson,
George K. Holmes,
W. L. Pryor,
Arop Reporting Board.
Crop Reporting Board.


Approved:
JAMES


WILBON,
Secretary.


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appreclated-especally if you have our.
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It is full of beautiful illustrations of
Christmas Goods and it will help you de-,
cide.

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"M WEEKLY WNDURTSTRI RECORD.


The Operators Forum.


Windor, S C., Dee. 18, 1901.
llitor Industrial Record:
Mhat is the matter with naval stores?
According to the statement of Mr. Toomer,
the president of the Turpentine Producers'
Association, at the meeting held at Jack-
sonville on November 8th last, the pro-
ductiao of turpentine and rosin was 12
per cent less in 1907 than in the year
previous, and surely the ,ossumption has
not decreased.
But it seems the naval stores business
is controled by one concern, that is, S. P.
Shatter, or the American Naval Stores
Company, or the Standard Oil Company.
However it matters not what name you
give it, as you know "a rose by any other
name smells just as sweet," and this con-
orn, no matter what name it sails under,
appears just a odious.
I have my doubts about the Standard
Oil Co. being identical with the American
Naval Stores Co., because the Standard
Oil Co., with all its faults allows the pro-
duoer to live by paying fair prices for the
rude product, and they also pay fair
wages to their employes, and in fact
have given opportunities to many of its
trusted employees to enrich themselves,
whilst this concern, the American Naval
Stores C., apparently wants the earth and
all there is in it-whilst the Standard Oil
Co. makes its dividends out of the con-
sumer and allows the producer and lab-
rer to live, this institution apparently
wants to take its rake-off out of the pro-
ducer and the poor laboring man.
There have been and are now persistent
effort being made by many factors to
have operators reduce the price of labor.
Of course, it is always well to reduce ex-
pee ift.pomible, but the question is, can
this be done to any great extent, if at all.
As long as cotton sells above ten cents
per pound there will be a demand for
farm labor, and you cannot reduce the


price of turpentine labor when there is
a scarcity of it for farming purposes at
prices prevailing now.
But whilst these factors insist on reduc-
ing the price of labor, there is no reduc-
tion in the cost of supplies. Feed, gro-
ceries, spirits barrels, turpentine tools
and many other necessaries to the produc-
tion of turpentine remain as high as ever.
Freight, storage insurance, inspection,
commission and all the numerous charges
incidental to the business remain the
same, and I doubt whether any of the
above mentioned articles will decline in
price.
'he consumer paid an average of oc.
per gallon for spirits the last three years,
and rosins sold at $4.00 to $7.00 per com-
mercial barrel, according to grade. Way,
then, this sudden drop of 40 per cent in
the price of naval stores, in the face of
all other commodities holding their price?
As far as I can see no new factor has en-
tered into the naval stores business as a
substitute for spirits or rosins. Turpen-
tine timber is becoming scarcer daily.
There can only be one solution to this
state of affairs, which is, that some pro-
ducers had the audacity to hold spirits
for higher prices against the wishes of
the powers in control, and a squeezing
out process is now in operation.
Surely naval stores cannot be produced
profitably at present prices, and must in
the course of time necessarily advance to
some reasonable and equitable figure, or
production must stop. But in the mean-
time the poor producer who depends on
the factor for advances to carry on his
business, will be frozen out, and the par-
ties who own millions of acres of tur-
pentine timber will be masters of the sit-
uation.
As I understand it the American Naval
Stores Co. are the only buyers of conse-
quence in the market, and all the factors


COMPARATIVE MARKET Rrwurz


The price of spirits declined again this week, dosing at 42c. on friday
at Savannah, with nothing doing at Jacksonville. The prices of common rosins
varied slightly during the week both here and at Savannah but the week's
closing prices were practically the same as for last week.
SPIUTS OF TURPZMTIM FUO TIH W=EK ME K ALD AT SAVAMMJJA
al.. abi *r- -**t buas...
Ja. Hav. Jan. 8av. Jax. fti. Jax. av. Jan. sav
Saturday ...44 37 481 300 48 ..... 39,680
Monday ..... 43 4 224 882 41 31 80 1,1221,095 40,778
Tuesday ... 43' 434 92 6 417 644 308 97021,953 41,104
dneday .43 43% 1376 116 .. 12 319 51921,904 41,611
SThursday ..42 42 666 1105 .. 5231 325 98822,223......
Friday ...... .... 42 ... 807 20 260 01 62922,548 .....
gi m o TEa WEa AED AT SAVANUAl.
1atmia.. fay. Thsy. Wenmay. Thmal. ray.
Jax. Ia. Ja. savn. Je Hv. Ja. Ir. Jaw. Iv. Jax. av.
WW ...... 6.40 6.6016.60 6.506.50 6.606.40 6.506.40 6.60.... 6.25
WG ....... 1.20 6. 20.25 6.25 62 6.26.220 6.256.26 6.25.... 6.25
IN ......... ].90 6.106.00 6.106.00 6.105.90 6.106.10 6.10.... 6.10
S......... .10 6.256.15 6.255.20 5.255.10 6.266.25 5.25.... 5.25
K .........4.00 4.764.50 4.754.75 4.754.50 4.704.50 4.50.... 4.50
.I ..........3.60 3.843.50 3.803.76 3.803.60 3.503.60 3.50.... 3.55
H ......... 2.96 3.053.00 3.153.00 3.253.00 3.102.95 3.00.... 3.10
G .........2.86 3.072.90 3.15-2.95 3.202.90 3.102.95 3.05.... 3.05
|F .........2.85 3.052.86 3.162.90 3.172.90 3.102.96 3.00.... 2.90
E .........2.85 3.052.85 3.062.90 3.162.90 3.052.86 3.00.... 2.85
D .........2.8 3.002.85 3.052.90 3.162.86 2.902.76 2.95.... 2.75
CI. .......2.75 3.002.86 2.75,2.90 3.152.75 2.802.75 2.95.... 2.75
REPORT 01 ROdlE MOVEMET HERB AED AT 8AVARNAI I
I1i ae. Olurs Bi Stoeks.
Jax. Say. Jan. Bav. Jan. avT. Jax. avr.
SSaturday............... 836 2,480 .... 2 .... 3,062 .... 118,580
Monday ................. 918 1,7524,576 30 37 3,480336,0 119,992
Tuesday ................1,971 1,8001,871 6,790 1,1 3,2034,067 115,552
Wednesday .............. 1,725 3,992 360 56 247 3,31134,047 118,267
Thursday ....... ........ .1,326 2960 ... 8,171,294 3,40634,934 113,499
SFriday ...................... 3,4311,00 4 6 2,363,288 111,390


19811880006118411mseeuIusell see sugesu g is#$ III$ $* Its

JOS. ROSENHEIM SHOE CO.
NsWAGVFAC=R8 AMD J011mu oW


SHOES


SAVANNAH. GEORGIA
"-Bst bhoes Mbaf for Cemmusmry Trade."
ase4446aaa4aeea6e6aee6aea9e~gge


sell to them. Then what use is the factor
to the business at all You ship your
product to the factor, he goes into the ad-
joining office and sells it to the American
Naval Stores Co., and charges 21/, per
cent for doing so. Why not sell direct to
the only buyer
Now the producers of oil are in much
better position. They sell to the Stand-
ard Oil Co. direct. They pay no commis-
sion or insurance and the buyer carries
the oil for them free of storage for thirty
days. Is there any way for the turpen-
tine producers to better their condition?
If so, it is about time to act.
A. E. KLINE.

NOTICE OF STOCKHOLDERS' METING
Notice is hereby given that the annual
meeting of the stockholders of the Com-
mercial Bank will be held at its office in
Jacksonville, oa., at 3:00 o'clock p. n.,
on the 30th day of December, A. D. 1907,
at which meeting a resolution will be of-
fered to increase the capital stook from
$100,000.00 to $200,00.0.
H. ROBINSON,
President.
Jacksonville, Fla., Nov. 23, 1907.



WANTED
AND

FOR SALE
late for this column is ento per wd
iur first insertion and I eeat per word f
following insertios. No advertisem t
taken nor lwe than 40 eeast for arEt, and
.u cents for following isertion. COu
must accompany orders unless yoa ave
an account with us.

FOR SALE-Small turpentine place for
cash. Price $8,0000. Good backing. Ad-
dress Operator, care Industrial Record. tf
WA.NTKD--Al oommissri to lean up
their barns of all kind, of Med mack and
burlaps. We buy everything in the way
of seeks. Write u. America fibne .,
Jackonvilles, Fk

FOR SALE-A desirable turpentine lo-
cation, well located on railroad, Aften
crops of boxes; timber to cut about nine
more crops. Moderate price. Schedule upon
application. Address N. R. Hays, Apalash-
icola, Fk.

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 lbs, 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.
P. L. WEEKS,
11-30-1t Enville, Fla.


WANTED--Ten good woodman to go
to Louisiana. Must be good, semible men
who can take labor ad control it. The
country is exceedingly a and healthy,
more so than the best high woods in
eorgia. Fine alaries to the right men
Address Pridgen & Ewing, Bade Ga.
10-12-4t

WANTED HIgh-des mme goods
salesmen that will command big pay, to
tell drug specialties among commissaries
principally. We don't want a desp ma.
Will pay either salary or eammsiio.
Commssary Supply Compay, Birming-
ham, Ala. 6-B3-tt

WANTED-Position as manager of tur-
pentine place, who can take a small inter-
est. Louisiana preferred. Address Lock
Box 93, Flomaton, Ala. 12-21-2t
WANTED-Position as woodsman or
stiller for turpentine plant. Have had long
experience in different branches of buai-
ness. Good references furnished. Address
E. H. Holcomb, Carraway, Fa.
12-21-2t




CHASE. A. CLARK In.

Phone 186. Jacksonvi leia.




Cook not.
WrTH why not
JASUMVLLE
Gas AS COPY





WHISKIES

GINS AND RUMS
yFOM

$1.50to$5.00 per Gallon

......AGENCY OB ......

Lewis 1866 nd Meeut Venrs
Pure Rye WbhJkes-

Controllers Blum's Monogram and Sylvan
Rye-Agents for Jungst Cinelrnna and
Pabst Milwaukee Beem. Pries e a p
plication.

CHAS. BLUM & CO.
517 tan 519 WET DAY STREET
JACISONVILLE FLA.


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10 THE WEEKLY INDUSTRIAL
A -


MONUMENTAL NV
DI ALERB IN
Iron Fencing and Italian Statuary
NO JOB TOO LARGE. NO JOB TOO SMALL.


MAIN OFFICES 310 ZACH STREET,
****************************************************

SJ. S. Schofield's Sons Company,

* Head rters for
SDistiller's Pumping
Outfit. -
SNo plat complete without one.
Hundreds of them in use in Georgia,
4 Florida, Alabama, Mississippi and
*u oath Carolina. Write us for p .ricu-
lars an prices We also manufacture
Sb Efles., Bellers and ntlh
OC Grads Machiry,
Sas well aM array full and complete
-sokof-
; Mill Sup s, Pipe,
Boeler Tubes, Etc.
Advise your wants.
SMacon, - Georgia.
-b !ll ** 1WcmlUts Ps
hrt s rIsrt Lr T101lMftt of i


*.asmsasasa~msasasa-a a~a


'-uewuu1 A sus 1sX.. -ma


CUME LUMBER COMPANY


JACKSONVILLE. FLA.


Rough s Dressed Lumber

Long Leaf Yelkw Pine.



i Standard Clothing Company I

IStandard Clothing Company


One Price


One Price


FASHIONABLE CLOTHIERS AND FURNISHERS,
17 and 19 West Bay Street. Jacsonve, Flonda
Setat and Mawes Hate. Speelal Attente Given to MaJ Orders
-- .....-----------O------------*nn z*


TURPENTINE BARRELS l

ATLANTIC COOPERAGE COMPANY
Manufacturers I
Hand-Made Turpentine Barrels *
We have been manufacturing our own staves
for years and select the very best stock for our
barrels. Skilled coopers employed. Just begin-
ning business in Jacksonville, and solicit a share
of your patronage. Send us a trial order.
J. O.W. gWINT. Nanrafdw 320 Dyal-Vohureh BuIsldtal
.. _


rORKS,
HeUAdalne.,


TAMPA. FLA.
THE OLDEST WHISKEY HOUSE I
THE SOUTH. ( uta***Ml in Uzi.)
OLD SHARP WILLIAMS-Pure Fies
Old Rye. By the galan, L0O0; four full
quarts, 3.50, express Mpaid.
GEO. J. OLMA -Pure Bye; Rik
and Mellow. By the gallon $.76; four
full quarts, $3.00, express prpaid.
ANVIL RYE-Pure Subftaqmal Family
Whiskey. By the gallon "Im; four fll
quarts $2.90, express prepaid.
CLIFFORD RYE-By the gallon &5;
four full quarts oI2.6, express prepaid.
OLD KENTUCKY OORN-Direet from
Bonded Warehouse; fine aod old. By the
gallon $3.00; four full quarts $30, express
prepaid.
OLD POINTER CLUB OORN-Rick and
Mellow. By the gallon $2.50; four full quarts S2.90, express prepaid.
Send for price list and catalogue. Mailed free upon application.
The Altmayer S.L Flatau Liquor Company
720, 7 2, 724. 726 W. Bay Street - Jackbonville, ria.


P. 0. Box sal8.


Phone 314


-i11llirllllllll~li ltli iiILSSilIIBlii ESS..
J. P. WnEWWLus PFrident J. A. G. CAnoI. be Viewr' dsat
T. A. JaNnxmas. Xd Vioce-resident. J F. DUuauwSY.3i Vhw tig
H. I1. KAYTON Secretary. EL F.. X5cu s, fte r.

J. P, WILLIAMS COMPANY,:
111 MORS ITIN No IIIIFMTIEI aftUI
main or niee SrAV.MM. o0ou
neaneas o rneem, 1PX X S ACOW I F IL U. 310 Ggeestg
Naval Stors c Pfdacerz am Invited to CorwespoW Wit V&
,~~) 11~1~11111)- -(IIIII!II 3tgI(I.


WILLIAM A. SOURS


JAMES 9 SANS?


WILLIAM A. BOURS & COMPI
TE OeMT ETaMuU Am M *E -E Te s IAlw.


Hay, Grain, Feed, Garden
Seeds, Poultry Supples, FMler,
Grits, Meal aml Fertilis.
OUR MOTTO: Pr"nmt SimiE-st, Re k o0eefa.


CaWain w ra


206 EAST BAY ST.. JACKSONVILLE. FLA.
*j...*A<~~.j..... *M *I.


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Pted&


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K)M HAMM
W. j. KEJZr.
vim*-tdi-


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And b.rmel


WEST FLYNN & HARRIS
SGER.AN.U IeLOG. Svanamis. Ga.
0- NEAL oFI rc WES T BLDG. Jackjenvri e ,iaL

NAVAL STORES FACTORS.
NAVAL STORES RCZIVoD AT SAVANNAH GA, JACKSO
LA., AD FERWArDINA. FLA.

Wholesale Grocers also Dealers n Hay. Grain and


Pfor the AGENTS Ve Usion Tuai osT
SOLE AGENTS A" *V." .Ma.Ch" r...dV
J 9 vu. Lr" rubha~u V


SAVANNAH, GA.


IIMERCHAWS VAREHOUU
JACKSONVILJ1, FLA


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I


iLOUMDA ITACrMW ASOCIATIM.
Florid State bahers' Assoiatio,
1W-190, will mae at St. Peterbrg
Florida. Tickets will be on sale at all
Atlantle oast Lae ticket offices in For-
ida Demeambr 29th and 0th, with return
limit up to January 3d, inclusive.
A rare chance to aee Tropical Southern
West Coast at the beginning of the Tou-
rist Sessoa. Rates will be one fare plus
twenty-Ave cents for the round trip.
Double daily service. Pullma ears on
day trains and Pullman sleepers on night
trains
For further information, or if you are
going to travel anywhere, write to or
call ---
A. W. FRIT(T,
Division Passenger Agent, Atlantic Coast
Lie R. RF., Jacksonville, Florida.
12-7-4t
NOTICe TO NON-RISIDNT.
I Cireit Court, Fourth Judicial Crcuit
of orida, in asd for Duval County.
In Chacery.
Carlee Towers, vs. George a ster
and wife, et al.
To George D. Iammster, BoR J. Laea.-
ter, George D. aInaster as Tustee,
Wianie Hobbs, John Saage, Judson
avage and Virginia savage.
Yeu are hereby required to appear to
the B1 of Complaint Mled herein against
you ia the above entitled cause on or be-
fare the th day of January, A. D. 190
IM Industrial Reeord" is hereby de-
finated as the newspaper in which this
eeder shall be published onee a week for
fer eaaeentive weeks
Wlaes my hand ad seal of office this
mth day of Noember, A. 190D .
P. D. CAsmDY, rk.
Youg uad Adam, Bocitors for Com-
paimnt. 1130-41t

IUTCHINSON AUDIT CO.
PUDLC ACOUNTANtS & AMMITON.
womc aco. nwas a wes



Cypress Tanks
for AM PurpmS
EST MADE


Preston Miller Co.
Dt3 a C esto City, &Fe.


JOSEPH ZAPF


CO


Whoais DeaIers ts san Bauloc&, i
ANEELUSERK- BUSCH

StL Louis Lager Beer


lim, WiM liEU "W
Wries #r Prima


Make Money in Jacksonville Real Estate


TEN DOLLARS STARTS YOU


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 Height, approached by beautiful Highway
avenue, paved, or from St. Johns drive, paved, near the
new milliondollar shops of the Seaboard Air Line Bail-
way, and a subdivision that is all white, and extremely
popular, present selling price
Pin Crest Park, near the corner of Myrtle avenue and
ing road, in front of the Rdward Waters College site
and adjacent to more new cottages than any other section
of Jacakonville, present selling price
East Grand Park, approached by beautiful Kings road a
-%tnlmt suburb, high-.la, dean, strictly white and
rapidly developing, present selling price


TOTAL


We will sell these combinae-
tions, limited number, and
until otherwise advised, for


-4


$200


$350

$150


$700


$550


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 $650,
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, gn.uPnteeing
you at least one corner out of the three lots. We issue a straight contract for deed. Our title
are absolutely perfect. We guarantee every lot high and dry.
PLACE 8AVINGS 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, school. It
is a city with a great future. Ships from its harbor reach every port of the world. Great
trunk railway lines connect the four corners of the United States. It is a city of unprece-
dented opportunities for safe, sound, profitable real estate investments. It has never had a
boom. It wants none. The rapidly increasing values follow natural causes. The city is
growing so rapidly the suburbs are fast becoming the centers of business and residential ae-
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. 00.

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THE VIMMrY INDUMITIALU RIMCRD.


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TIlrE WEEKTXP TNflIST1UAL REC01ID.


Capdtl $20M00

HUTCHINSON SHOE COlIMPANY
VICTOR SHOES AND HATS
Wholesale *- Jacsonville, Fla.


TO INVESTIGATE ALLEGED TURPEN-
TINE TRUST.
Wasington, Dec. 21.-The so-called na-
val stores trust, especially with reference
to the market at Savannah and Jackson-
ville, and the alleged combination of cot-
ton bidders to manipulate and control the
pies of cotton, will be investigated by
the government, if the resolution intro-
desed by Mr. Edwards of the First Dis-
trict Is passed by Congress.
He proposes to urge the consideration
of the resolution immediately after the
holidays, and has the assurance of support
from many sources.
It has been charged that the naval
tores of the country are controlled by a
trut, and that the price of turpentine and
by-products are fixed by the combination
to the material loss of people interested
in the production.
The same charge, in substance, is made
against cotton buyers, whom, it is alleged,
have entered into a pool or agreement,


whereby the prices are
controlled.


manipulated and


Edwards' resolution calls upon the De-
partment of Commerce and Labor to in-
stitute an investigation, and if the facts
warrant the allegations to tur the evi-
dence over to the Department of Justice
for Criminal Prosecutions.

NEW LOCOMOTIVES FOR EAST COAST
ROAD.
The Florida East Coast Railway is ex-
pecting daily ten new locomotives, costing
F:00,005. They weigh each about 190,000
pounds, and tenders 121,000. They are to
be used this winter in carrying freight
and passengers from Jacksonville to all
points on the road to the farthest south-
ern port.
The immense weight of the new equip-
ment is evidence of the substantial con-
struction of the road, particularly the new
portion south of Miami.
Eight locomotive tenders have a carry-
ing capacity of ten tons of coal and
6,000 gallons of water. They have eight
driving wheels. Two for switching pur-
poses, are only six wheelers, and their
carrying capacity is less.


Iumummnnmi a ma1 a 111116112aa 21a11N11a11sea


J. W. Mott
Prrlddmt


c. aB.Prk
Vioe-Pres.


jamam McNatt,
Vice-Pres.


W. W Wiler,
See. & Treas.


John R. Young Co., I


Commission

Merchants.


Naval Stores factors. Wholesale Grocers. '

Savannah dL Brunswick G ..
b"6'6b"** 61819 eam i me@ seeell s e ist $ *o m e


U


Clyde Steamship Company


NEW YORK, CHARLESTON AND FLORIDA LINES

The magrilent steamships of this las e appointed to ail am follows, eal&g at
Chrlestia, S C., both way.


Frre New York,
(Pier 36 orth Riem.)


Monday,
Tuesday,
Thursday,


Saturday.


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


Frai Jackeavlhe tor
STKAMKR. Chartstm and New rL.


Dec. 2,at 3:00pm ..... APACHE ..... Saturday,
Dec. 3, at 3:00pm ... ALGONQUIN.... Sunday,
Dec. 5,at3:00pm .... ARAPAHOE ... Tuesday,
Dec. 7, at3:00pm .. .COMANCHE.... Thursday,
Dec. 9, at 3:00pm ...... HURON....... Saturday
Dec. 11, at 3:00pm .....IROQUOIS ..... Monday,
Dec. 13, at 3:00pm ....... APACHE..... Wednesday,
Dec. 14, at 3:00pm ... ALGONQUIN ... Friday,
Dec. 17, at 3:00pm ...ARAPAHOE...... Sunday,
Dec. 19, at 3:00pm ....COMANCHE.... Tuesday,
Dec. 21, at 3:00pm ......HURON....... Thursday,
Dec.23,at3:00pm .... IROQUOIS ... Saturday,
Dec. 25, at 3:00pm ......APACHE.:.... Monday,
Dec. 26, at 3:00pm .... ALGONQUIN .... Tuesday,


*Freight only.


Dec. 7,at 10:00m
Dec. 8, at 10:00a
Dec. 10, at 10:00am
Dec. 12, at 10:00a
Dec. 14, at 19:O.m
Dec. 16, at 10:00am
Dec. 18, at 10:00an
Dec. 20, at 10:00am
Dec. 22, at 10:00am
Dec. 24, at 10:00am
Dec. 26, at 10:0m
Dec. 28,at 10:00m
Dec. 30, at 10:00m
Dec. 31, at 10:00am


tNew York direct.


CLYDE NBW ENGLAND AND SOUTHERN LINES.
Friht service Detwee Jachemgvl Beaot a" PMroHiN, a" all 3m k-b" ft
Caming at Cha~l-tsa ot way.
FREIGHT ORLY.


FIran sth side


Fum hot "catheiIn 800K,


Lers Wharf, Nostu STEAAMM JadiearL.

Saturday, Nov.30...............KATAHDIN............Saturday, Dee. 7
Tuesday, Dec. 3................ CHIPPEWA...........Monday, Dee. 9
Saturday Dec. 7.............ONONDAGA..............Thurlday, Dec.12
*Via Brunswick, Ga.


CLYDE ST. JOHNS RIVER UNE
Brtwe- Jackammvill ad a m.
Stopping at Palatka, Astor, St. Francie, Bmfor (Dilad), and litmru an
landing. on St. Johnb Rivr.

STEAMER "CITY OP JACK.OA VILLE"
Is appointed to ail a follow: Leave Jackaville, Sundays, Tuesdays and Ths-
days, 3:30 p. m. RBturming, lave ani Mondays, Wedndays san Friday, isW


SOUIruBOUND proTHRIMUD
Read down I I ad
Leave :3Sp. I= .................. Jaeksouviie ................Arrive S:SL
Leave 8:4 p. m.I................... PWJiU ........ ........"v :0 pm.
Leave 3:00a.m ..................... Anr ......... ............. ILwVe Iapm.
............................. Ber ord (D ) .............. 'ave 1: p.
Arrive 8:0am. ................... sanford ................... VD 9:3*0a..2.
Arrive 1O:00a.m................... Nt priMe .................. Ll 10:46.l
GENERAL PASSENGER AND TICKET OFFICE, 12s W. BAY ST., JACK'VILL
FN.M. IRONMONGK, JR., A. G. P. A., Jach ekvr Fla.
JOHN PNDRBEL, T. P. A., A. C. HAGE rTY, G. P. A,
Jacksonvfll, rta. Pin 36 3., New Y~t.
0. H. TAYLOR, P. T. M., C. C. BROW, G. P. A.,
go Breadway, ew York.
L. D. JO S T. F. L. aSC OLs, C. A.,
Jaclsmralle, It. LUbUL 1H.
W. G. COOPER, J F. A, CLYDE MNWL G A, -
Jackonville, Fla. Per 3 N. ., New T4dL
C. P. LOVELL, Agat, Jach rinlle, ha.
GE ERAL OFFICES, PIER 36. R. srnac a eo o Wdway, Wew Year.


19


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. FRITOT, Division Passenger Agent,
Jacksonville, Fla.






THE WEEKLY INDUSTRIAL RECORD.


Duval Planing Mill Co.
Ss ms am isem" Ave. JwclbU. ru.
uallie am Cntasrm Wil Do Wel to
Have Us WM i Thsir Work
in ear Lim
Phme 174g.


Y Want a Turpentne Laaam
You Want a Sawmill Leoatln?
Yeu Want amy Kind of florida Land?
You Mean Business?
CANl on er Writ e
J. H. Livingston &. Sons,
OCALA. rLOIJsto.

ELECTRIC LIGHT AND POWER PLANTS
FOR MILLS AND FACTORIES.
REMINGTON OIL ENGINES
OPERATING ON KEROSENE.
KARL FRIES - BRUSWICK, 6A.

THE COMMERCIAL BANK
JACKSONVILLE. FLA. BraKces Ocau ad Lake City
Th largest leading Stato Bank in Jacksoaille. la smdasetd in an eM-
Sfashamed triUy .eemervative r and is sbjest to reguar arainMatim
Sb the omparter.
a rIdividual aad Savins Aesents solicited.
N. ROIwMSON W. OWE 0 H. GAILLAnD,
SProrl t. Vice-Prelit. CaeM




$500 CASE OF GRIP
Cured with one bottle of Johnsm's Tonic. Don't
pW til wou have gained 10 Ibs. Price SOc. Write
The Johnson's Chill and Fever Tonic Co.,
SAVANNAH, GA.




hle IMetropolls


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

$500 a Year $2.s0 Six Months
Full Telegraphic and Stock
reports. If you want to keep
posted on the news, get the
Metropolis.

CARTER & RUSSELL PUB. CO.
JAC NVMI O F MOm.


Mc KOY PATENT

Turpentine Cup.


AUWS EUROPEAN HOTEL
UNDER N=W XA2,9WAWM
R@emk aose to two Pm M&t Mesk at
Nar a "a bustn .
J~cKONILEPLA.


'wT510 PlTh!IRUIItlE UB .
S1015 Hiberia BuildiaC
New Orleans. I mw,.q

(%%sassmassassassksmssmana% assasssiasiss^W


Barnes & Jessup Company


Jaxckuonvillh, Florida.


Naval Stores Factors and Commision
Merchants.

OFFICERS.
C. H. Burnes Preeldent. J. A. Ewing, Vi.*PreslidsM.
E. B. Wells. Secretary nd Treasurer.
DIRECTOILS C. H. Barnes, J. A. Ewinl, S. Mll.
J. IR. Saunders E. C. Long, W. E. Cummer, E. B. Wells* W. I.
Jennings. G. W. Taylor.


: Turpentine Cups

As our supply f aev is 00, we me.
./ ,: : .'.:.. ..
A ..'t that lha.l.p.g
their order promptly to haoe imwy.
Fer PWMs 0CN
Cups, Gutters am Toels

Addrese
SChattanooga Pottery

SCompany

JaEast Coast Lumber o


East Coast Lumber Co.


ROUGH AND DRESSED LONG LEAP


Yellow Pine Lumber


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


WATEWTOWN, FLORIDA


The best and simplest cup
on the market. Detachable
Greater Capacity, easier
dipped ,more easily placed
on tree, stronger and prae-
tically indeetruetible. Will
not rust. Vor catalog and
price list write






THB WEKELY INDUSTRIAL R2MOOD.
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I Southern Drug Mfg. Company
WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS AND MANUFACTURERS OF
Flavoring Extracts, Packed Drugs, B. B. Bluing. Vinegar end Pyne's Popular ILRemdes.
We handle everything in the Drug and Medicine ine. Write for prices. JACKSONVILLE. FLA.


M. A. BAKER INVENTOR AND THE
SA I AP VE MANUFACTURER OF
BAKER IMPROVED SEAMLESS TURPENTINE SIILt S.


Writs mn tem~ rrt. y pemst ia the tupentin belt
Asl stills aold urnr mu. u atee.
JOB WORK THROUGH THE COXNT LY PROMPTLY ATTEnDEDITO
The Larest and Oldest Copper Works in the South.
My spelMty is large wrms and heavy bottoms that do nit leak
BRUNSWICK, GA. and PENSACOLA, FLA.


DIAMONDS AND WATCHES


We ly ask a can. We cm an hw yre, at correct and moany
s *tag rlcep fmay papers of toes pae white, perfect
DAMONDS. It Is nm desire to eo dse being the largest
Dmeed dealers Is Jackservflle, sad Mr specialty Is Hfe ren-d-
co ems ad hatbg-grae Waltham uad ligin Watches.


Watichs. Jew".ry,
HESS & SLAGER 1M13 8L, M 1. hj, Jukuubi, Fu


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

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

Arent for Dunlap and Steteon Hats; largest stock in the City.





I Southern States Naval Stores Co.


FTctors
Ship to Savannah


Savannah, Ga.
and Commission Merchants
Get Competition Highest Priees Prompteet Returns
Correspond With Us


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

Fnvir FPull Ounarts Rsnda's


"Old Corn" or "Old Rye" or assorted 83.40, express
prepaid. Write for complete Price-Lt.

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


W. R. MUNDENSO, P"&
L 3. CRAFT, Vicbe-Pr


Z.33 gs e m ata as vh Pl.
330. 8YARvA33, fa.
RT. RICCARD, ssY.


TAMPA DRUG CO.
Wholesale Manufacturing Druggists,
TAMPA, FLORIDA.
i Ful amd complete hne of all inds of Drus, ChouImals
and Patent Meidcnw.
SPECIAL ATTENTION 10 COMMISsATY lRADe.
PROMPT ATTENTION TO ALL ORDERS.
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THE WEEKLY INDUSTRIAL RECORD.
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BEFORE MAKING YOUR PURCHASE!

--See The-

KNIGHT CROCKERY

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FURNITURE COMPANY
JACKSONVILLE, FLA.


D6 Q. A~wd.
CL A. ftsisay
Chin, II. Nesus
P. 11 aWeka.
L G.Q~ed
Qra am&
H. W~ms
S.D. Deem


D. C. ASHL T. Priei t
. W. BLOUNT, at Vie& Prsednt
and GasrA MaSmr.
G. A PITTIWAY, 2ad Vice P-m.
J. M. ASHLEY, 3d Vice Pre
& H. BERG. Sec. sad Trem


DIRECTORS:
B. W. Bloft,
&. A. Cuter,
T. G. Culbreth.
A. S. Pe dleto
B. G. Latinger,
J. Ashley.
W. T. B. Harrion.


PENINSULAR NAVAL STORES CO.
Commission Merchants
and Wholesale Grocers
JaWvt PoCuts-Jacksovile, Tampa and Fernandina,
Fla., Savannah, Ga.

Capital Stock. $1.000.000.
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H. D, WED.


W. D. KRENSON


J. D. WEED & CO.,


Savannah, Georgia

HEADQUARTERS FOR


Hoop Iron and Turpentine

Boxing Axes.


McMillan Bros.


PLANTERS

"Old Time" Remedies
THE JOY OF THE HOUSEHOLD.
Thee four great remdies, uNbss Tea, lmLea, Caem e-lif
and Cub O, are the joy of th household. With them ear at head, a
man is ready for ay emerge. He has a afe, reliable aad spedy relef
for wife, eMhdren, sIf or tf With these remdh yo a keep the
doctor's beads out of your pockets, ud yet have a hly p famny.
Besides, you ean cure your stock of ay ailment that may- them.
NUBIAN TEA-Ia Liquid or Pwder F -l a th pl t fa dly utline. It
will cure all forna of Liver and Kidey Complaints, Prtem= (Chi and Malmril
Feve. ures the common a ailments t children; ad as a lathve touoe it is without
an equal--afe and rdiabe. In the liquid, it extremely pakhtas--. hilden
like it--ad it i READY FOR UUB.
BIDNDICTA is a womma's mediine. It will ear all t h dismes eomme to
women, and chas d as Female Troubls. It will brig yMoth beak to nmed women,
who has Sone o suffering besue she thought it wom% lot. It will ea for the
young girl just entering womanhood; and prepare the youg won or the aared
duties of wife ad mother.
CURAN BELIF-The instant Paint Killer, for either m or best. Bells
nstantly, Calie, Cramps, Cholera Morbus, Diarrhoea, Dy y ad u k Headace
or eolie In horse it is an infallible remedy and is grtl to g.e reef i e
minute.
CUAN OIL-The Det Blen a T Nerve Limet. Is aeptl for ets,
sated ors fresh, and will instantly reliev the pait. COre f et MWt a si tns,
s and burst, bruises and ores, chapped hands sad faee, ae ad tender fet.
Believes rheumatic pains, lame baek, etif Joints. and in stek mre wir fien ea ts
srathes, thruh, splint, ollar eone, saddle galls. sad dism-ed heal
Writo fer Prime.
SPENCER MEDICINE CO.. Chattanooga. Ten.

H. E. PRITCHWEr. Press. P. L SUTHERLAND, Vie-Pre. A. I. OW UVrGAO se'y
J. P. COUNMC., Tressa a Can Up.

THE COUNCIL TOOL CO.,
General Ofie: JACSOnVILLE, FLA.
Factory: WAINNANIZ, N. C.
Mafaufa of A*t Ihl *a*de Teroo
fSo Newarl M*spmease.


W. L. WLSON,
P-es. a Treaa.


JWO. C. ARRNIS,
Vice Pres.


4L J. SCOV1L,
Scty a eAL. Io.


Florida Cooperage Company
(-W1Pswd) Capital toek IMa e000
MANWAACFUVn.S or


Turpentine, Cotton


Seed Oil, Dip


and Syrup Barrels.
Offle ami Fasctry Enterprse md EsteM StreetM
Telephone 1855 Jacksonville, Pla.


Southern Copper
Works

Manufacturers of TURPENTINE STILLS
Complete Outfits and Extra Kettles, Caps, Arms, Worms, Fur-
nace Doors and Grates always on hand
Old Stills taken in part Work and repairing done
Old Sll payment for W r in the country
Heavy CoppersmilthlirU Steam Pipe amd SpeelI Cepper Work
Jacksonville, Fla.


Savannah, Ga. Mobile, Ala.


s~c~c~;U~*;~~c*;~,~i~I*;*;~*ilr~*r~'~


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Awi Fayetteville,N. C.







W*O Sli: In Ii t I niiN 1 1*


SDiamonds for Christmas Gifts
J1O XMAS GIFT so choice as a Diamond. None so permanently valu-
,_ able. Carrying the largest stock in this section we offer a range of
prices to suit every purse. Direct importers for more than twenty year,
we save you the middleman's profit.


HOLIDAY NOVELTIES HOLIDAY NOV~lLTi
Call and examine our stock; we may have suggestions that will help you in your choice of a gift. It you
Swish 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
l illustrated catalogue. Mail orders receive prompt attention.


Greenleaf


& Crosby
& Crosby


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Company


3ewelere anb Silvewlmitbh


41 West Bay Street


AT THE IION @r TVH *0 Cagii e.e5


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Half Tones-


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THE FLORIDA TIMES-UNION -

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

A SpkWIity Is M ii Daeipi Rli l hibII fteil adi n im.


In Writing or applying
Wanted.


for Prices, Give the Most Explicit Description of
Good Work and Prompt Deliveries Promied.


What Ib


A Florida En terpise.


Try It.


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