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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: February 1, 1908
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 )
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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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Live Stock and Poultry.
Beginning February 15th The Weekly Industrial
Reoord will add a Live Stock and Poultry Department.
The same careful attention which has ch-oteri-ed our
eforte to properly present all matters in connection with
naval storm will be employed in the interest of this new
department. Naval stores mn are now seeing the neces-
sity of providing for some method of utilizing their
waste lands and there i an urgent demand for a medium
through which their views in this respect may be prop-
erly presented. The Industrial Record is adding this
department because it has been urged by its friends to
do o and because the m-n-igmnt see the neceeity for
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TURPENTINE BARRELS ATLANTIC COOPEIRADLAGAq


MANUFACTURERS HAND-MADE TURPENIINE BARRELS
We have been Manfaestring our own Staves for years and select the very best sock for our barrels.
Skilled Cooper. employed. Just beginning busiuesa in Jacksonville and we solicit a share of your pat- -
ronage. Send un a trial order.
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W. W..WLlder,
Sec. & Tress.


John R. Young Co.,


Commission
Merchants.


Naval Stores factors. Wholesale Grocers.


Savainaalv & Brunawick. Ga..


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ELECTRIC LIGHT AND POWER PLANTS
FOR MILLS AND FACTORIES.
REMINGTON OIL ENGINES
OPERAI ING N KEROSENE.


KARL FRIES


- - BRUSWICK, GA.


East Coast Lumber ~F
ROUGH AND DRESSED LAQI LEAF


Yellow Pine Lumber


Bundled Rosin Barrel Staves in Carload Lt1
Steamer Shipments a Spedalty. :

WATERTOWN, FLORIIDA


THE COMMERCIAL BANK. ..
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Bruaches: a kala La- ak City
The largest leading State Bank in Jacksonville. Is condet edk an *ol
fashioned strictly conservative mamer and is msbjet to r flar xaninati .
Sby the Comptroller. .
SrIndividual and Savrinl Ameouat solicited..
H. ROBINSON, W. OWM, e mA .. ., ,
P r'at. Vice-P''i"it.2


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NAVAL STORES COMPANY.

e: JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
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OFFICERS.
WALTER F. COACHMAN, President; D. H. MeMILLAN, H. L. COVINGTON, JOHN H. POWELL, R. B. POWELL and W. J. KELLY, Vime Presidents.
J. O. ILTTL, Secretary and Treasurer at Jacksonville; J. Q. HODGES, Asaistant Secretary at Savannah; J. K. ROZIER, Assistant secretary at Peanacola.
EXJLUxIrnVB OOMMIT'EE: W. W. Cummer, W. F. Coachman, W. J. Hillman, C. B. Rogers, and A. S. Hubbard.
DIRECTORS: W. J. Hillman, W. W. Cummer, D. H. MeMillan, W. F. Coachman, W. C. Powell, H. L. Covington, C. B. Rogers, John H. Powell, A. 8. Hub-
bard, S. A. Alford, C. W. Deen, R. B. Powell, W. J. Kelly.


NAVAL STORES FACTORS



SPaid in Capital Stock, $2,500,000|

o Owned and Controlled by Practical Operators.
The ~'Consolidated" Is purely a co-operative Company. Its Interests are Identical with those
Sof the Producers. The patronage of turpentine operators everywhere Invited.
I[ Two fMllion acres of Land and Timber for sale on easy terms.
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.Box Cutting Is Being Held Down

Throughout Belt

The Recordi is possessio of informa- We are confident that this report will
-itm i warrant the statement that the show a great decrease in the output and
bhe ct this year will be far below that the greatest confidence in the efforts of
t i the producer to better regulate the prices
S]J year. Thisl statement is made for his product
after a earful study of all the letters


which have been received here during the
past lew 'eks.
Operate have been doing their beat
this winter to keep the box cut down.
Actig upon the suggestion of the execu-
tive committee of the Turpentine Opera-
tea Association, they have refrained from
cutting boxes and have only done so when
It was necessary to protect the leases they
Wold ump timber.
The Record stated at the opening of the
production season of 1907 that the output
woid be below that of the previous year.
Nde only was our prediction verified, but
The Record has had the pleasure of effeet-
ively refuting the statements of other
pulisations to the effect that the output
Sfor lIS was beyond that of 1906. The
s'iesd has proved its claims in this re-
peat and in doing so has been of great
value to the producer and honest factor.
The statesnts of the Naval Stores Re-
view, the organ of Mr. Shotter and his
Mieeia s have been successfully con-
tradietesby The eaeord, and the operat-
Sthds6ghout the turpentine belt appre-
;-dte thia fat. The output of both tur-
pentine and rosin for 1907 has been far
below that of 1980. In the meantime the
.AAmerlas Naval stores Company has been
elal g 'that the output for the same
period mentioned would exceed that of
MM au ave been manipulating prices
wth that as their argument.
Sut there will be no excuse for any at-
temlt to show that the output is to be
aineasedduring the coming producing
e-. men. The fact is operators in all parts
,f the-naval stores belt are reducing their
eoerationa am d are demanding that this
.ft be made known.
-The 'Tub-ssociations of the Turpntine
Opratra Association have had meeting
Sduring.the past few weeks and have com-
pled information to indicate stoutly that
the output this year will be far below
that of last year.
The market ecoditios during the past
two weeks have demonstrated that the ef-
fet of the recent change in the manage-
met of the great factorage house will
be in favor of the producer and honest
S a There is every reason for the be-
5ef that the coming producing season will
as a great degree of sueesse for the oper-
ator
lathe int place there is every indiea-
tine that prices are to be better. Adoed
to this is the better regulation of labor.
Opatr ar having no trouble in their
efferta to reduce ihe price of labor. Con-
dlttla am aueh au to give them valuable
a stae and they're taking advantage
of their opportunities.
As Mr. Yar said through the columns
f The l eord a few days ago, the time
fr the regulation of labor and for the ad-
vala get follow is now. Operators are
oppredat- this fact and are successfully
etinag an emergency which has in the
s hbaed all eforta to meet it.
O 0 Apre 1st, The Record will have s
complete report from albl sections of the
naval stores belt and will compile that
ifornmaI with a view of making a
-iOtimate of what the output of 1908 will
t.


Operators Appreciate the Fight the

Record is Making For Them


The Record is in receipt of letters from
all parts of the naval stores belt to indi-
cate that the operators appreciate what
this paper has done and what it is doing
in the interest of the producer.


Turpentine Steady For the Week, But Rosin
Somewhat Erratic
There has been a kind of see-saw game are to be offered.
with the prices paid for rosins. The lower The turpentine market has been prac-
grades appear to have suffered more during tically stationary for the past five days,
the week than top grades. At Savannah with small sales reported. Beginning on
there was more activity within the rosin last Saturday, when the Jacksonville and
market than was apparent last week and Savannah markets were firm at 51 cents
the prices there were more satisfactory with Savannah just a half cent above that
than they have been in Jacksonville. figure, the closing on Thursday at Savan-
Shipments of turpentine have been far nah was 50%/, with 50% here.
beyond the receipts both here and at Sa- There appeared to be but slight devel-
vannah. The same has been true of resins. opments in the situation at any date and
The buyers elaim that for the next week no attempt to force the market up. For-
there is to be but little change in the con- egin buyers were not active and on Thurs-
dition of the market as well as in the day Savannah holders refused to sell at
prices for which both rosins and turpentine the prices quoted.


COMPARATIVE MARKET RkhOR IS.

SPIRITS OF TURPErTIE FOR THE WEEK HERE AMD AT SAVAMAH.
SPrie. ales. Shipments. Reepts. Stoa.
Jax. ay. Jan. Sav. Jan. Sav. Jan. Sav. Jax. Sav
Saturday ...51 51% 406 200 0 00 151 174116,276 32,908
Monday .....1 1% 467 271 175 18 241 30423,428 33,007
Tuesday ..... 50% 51% 243 10 00 234 876 273123,494 33.821
Wednesday ..0% 50% 464 45911,029 113 184 338124,370 33,243
Thursday ... N0% 50 26 1832,00 21 39 2323,52 3287
0RSIN FOR THB WEEK HERI AND AT SAVANNAH.L
Saturday. Monday. Tuesday. Wednesday. Thursday.
Jax. Sav. Jax. Say. Jax. Say. Jax. Say. Jax. Say.
WW ................. 6.25 6.506.75 6.506.50 6.506.50 6.506.75 6.50
WG .................. 6.00 6.256.50 6.256.25 6.256.25 6.256.50 6.25
N ................... 5.75 6.006.25 6.006.00 6.006.00 6.006.00 6.00
M ................... 5.50 5.755.75 5.755.75 5.505.66 5.505.50 5.50
K ................... 5.00 5.005.00 5.005.75 5.005.00 5.505.00 5.00
I ...... ............... 3.80 4.254.00 4.254.00 4.004.00 5.003.80 3.85
H .................... 3.75 4.153.85 4.003.95 3.953.85 4.003.75 3.75
G ....... ............. 3.75 4.103.82 3.953.87 4.023.80 3.853.60 3.70
SF .................... 3.75 4.053.80 3.903.85 3.873.75 3.753.60 3.70
E ..................... 3.75 4.053.80 3.853.82 3.853.72 3.753.00 3.65
D .................... 3.75 4.053.80 3.853.80 3.863.72 3.753.60 3.65
SCBA ................. 3.75 4.054.80 3.853.80 3.853.77 3.753.60 3.65

REPORT OF ROdNA MOVEMENT HERE AND AT SAVANMA
SSaOl. BUipme a. Receipts. Stock s
Jax. Sav. Jax. Bar. Jax. 85T. Jax. eav.


Saturday ................... 6 2,000
Monday .................. 2,369 37 100
Tuesday ................. 1,846 3,768 8
Wednesday .............. 973 2,0933,417
Thursday ................ 726 1,934 600


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42221,263
631,080
113 667
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2,146116,726 104,160
2,637115,525 102,575
2,599 15,788 104,644
2,15816,877 106,722
2,807114,127 103,084


TI1[ DUVAL Jacksonville,
THE DUVALForida.

This Hotel has recently changed hands, and is under New Management
Throughly Renovated Throughout

Headquarters for Turpentine Operators


F. BARTOW STUBBS,

Proprietor.


1. D. CRAWFORD.

Manager.


The developments of the past three
weeks appears to have created a greater
confidence among producers. All of them
appreciate the fact that a more vigorous
and more determined policy is to cara-
terize the sale of naval stores.
A few of the letters we have received
during the pat week are given below:
Prsm Pant City.
Plant City, January 28, 1608.
Editor Industrial Record: I am a regu-
lar reader of your paper and am glad to
see that you are doing all that you can in
an effort to better the conditions of the
operator.
I am not a knocker, but I want to pro-
test against the policy of some of the ope-
rators in this section in raising the price
of labor during the past two weeks, be-
cause the price of spirits was higher tha
it has been for several months.
If there was ever a sett of men who
acted like children, it is the naval store
operators. They have not the judgment
with which to successfully aodet their
business and are right now doing the very
things which their best friends condem.
The box eat will be reduced, but the
price of labor, I fear, will be greater than
what we anticipated some time ag
Very truly yours
A. D. J.

Fires Are ot Destructive Tis Year.
Gainesville, Fla., January 30, 1908.
Editor Record: In your lst issue you
stated that there were more precaution
being taken this year than formerly to
save the timber from the ravages of re.
I know by what I have see i this part
of the naval stores belt that you are right.
But we cannot compare this year with
last. The fact is we have had more rail
and the conditions are better to withstand
fires than they have been for several
years.
We have spent a considerable amount
of money in our efforts to prevent the dis-
astrous results which attendedthe burning
of the woods last year. Operators have
taken greater care than formerly In their
efforts to prevent a repetition of the dis-
asters of 1907. The indications are that
we will not have to lose as we did last
season from fires.
I am writing this because you asked for
letters from all operators.
Very truly yours,
D.IL
An Appeal from Alabama.
Editor Record-I see that you ask for
letters from naval stores opetors. I am
an operator and have a place near Floma-
ton.
I am pleased to state that things here
look better than they have for the pat
three years. The operators are doing their
best to regulate labor and they are having
great success in this part of the aval
stores belt.
I believe that the reduced price of labor
and the reduction in the box cut, as rec-
ommended by the-executive committee of
the Turpentine Operators' Association will
have a most desirable effect. 80o far as
we are concerned here, I am frank to state
that there will not be any more boxes eat
than is absolutely necessary and that th
prices are to be In conformity with those
recommended by the executive committee
of the T. 0. A.
Operators are glad to see the change in
the in official staff of the Consolidated Na-
val Stores Company. We believe that it
will prove of great advantage here.
We held a meeting the other day. Thee
were only ten operators present, but all
of them agreed to abide by the suggestia









4 THE WEEKLY INDUSTRIAL RECORD.



WHITE OAK SPIRITS BA.R.R.L.

Guaranteed to conform to specifications Savannah and Jacksonville Bord of Trad.

Write to Colummbs Darrel Mfg. Co., Columbus, Ga., or to HENRY ELSON. Florida Mir., J.a-M-nmYsif


of th executive committee of the T. O. A.
Very truly yours,
ALABAMA OPERATOR.

Frm Near Jacksonvil
Broward, Fl, Jan. 30, 1908.
Editor Industrial Record-I want to con-
gratulate you on the success you have had
in your eforts to keep the box cut down.
I hve just returned from a trip through
Middle and West Florida and I find that
thee has been a general desire on the
part of the operators to conform to the
wishes expressed by the executive commit-
tee of the Turpentine Operators' Associa-
I believe that the box cut will be far be-
low that of last year and I am confident
that the prise paid labor will be more
r oable than they have been in the
eKep up your fight. The operator is in
used of jut such advice a yon have been
ii from time to time.
OPERATOR.

8TATE BAMK2ER AME TO MZET AT
ST. PETUEBURO FEBRUARY 0.
The Florid Bankers' Association will be
eoavened by President T. T. Munroe, of
Oalds at St. Petersburg on the 20th of
february for a passion of two days.
On the afteenoe of the 21st of February
the visitors will be entertained on a trolley
ride from St. Petersburg to Pars-a-Grille,
a the Gulf of Mexico. A stone erab din-
er will also be a feature of the trip.
In the evening a baquet will be tender-
ed the visitors at the Fair Auditorium, at
whih P. A. Wood, president of the Nat-
IOsa Bank of St. Petersburg will act as
toutmaster, and speeches by the Hon.
Wuward Guaby, of Tampa; Willi B. Pow-
dt, tie "pu and mdie" editor of the
t. Petebug Daily Independent, and
ther will be made.
The ojers of the association are:
President-T. T. Munroe, Oeala.
et Viee Prsidet-C. A. Carson, Kis-
elmm
Beyond Via President-G. W. Allen, Key
Wm;L
Thsd Vie Preident-J. B. Conrad, De-
Iand
Fourth Vime President-F. A. Wood, St.
Ieenburg.
Fifth Vie Preldent-W. K. Hyer, Jr.,
8mmeola-
Seeretary and Tra"nre.-George B. De-
Saussure, JacksMoville.
The following program has been arrang-
ad for the convention:
First fineca.
Thursday February 20th, 1:30 p. m., at
Fraternity Hall
Invoaetion, the Rev. Addyman Smith,
St. Petersburg.
Address of welcome the Hon. E. M.
MWera.
Bspo to address of welcome, Mr. C.
I Garner.
Addras, Mr. T. T. Munroe, president,
Reports of committees.
Address, Cmairny Famine of 1907," Mr.
John T. Dismukes, St Augustine.
Address, "The Fish Industry of Florida,"
Mr. W. H. Adams, Jacksonville.
Address, "The Oyster Industry of Flor-
i," Mr. John 0. Rug, Apalachicola.
Adjournment.
Friday, FeLruary as.
Invocation, the Rev. J. P. Hoyt.
Address, "The Phosphate Industry of
Florda," C. G. Memminger, Lakeland.
Address, "Warehouse Receipts and Bills
of lading," ex-Governor William 8. Jen-
wings, Jacksonville.
Address, "The Advantage in Advertising
to Mr. Frank Harris, O(als.


ACCOUNTANTS
T. G. Hutehinson, Jacksonville, Fl.
Walter Mueklow, Jacksonville, Fa.
ABSTRACTS.
Realty Title & Trust Co., Jacksonville,
Fla.
AXES.
J. D. Weed & Co., Savannah, Ga.
BANKS.
Commercial Bank, Jacksonville, Fla.
BEER-WHOLESALE.
Chas. Blum & Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
oseph Zapf & Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
BARREL STAVES.
East Coast Lumber Co., Watertown,
Florida.
BOXES AND CRATES
Summer Lumber Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
CROCKERY.
Knight Crockery ad Furniture C,
Jacksonville, Fla.
CLOTHING.
Oraig & Bro, J. A, Jacksonville. Fla.
Standard Clothing Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
COPPER -SMITHS.
MerMiD Brothers, Jacksonvill, Savan-
nah ad Mobile.
M. A. Baker, Brunswick, Ga.
COOPERAGE.
slorida Cooperage o sJacksonville, Fla.
Atlantic Cooperage Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
DRUG&
Wm. L. Jones, Jacksonville. Fla.
DRUGS-WHOLESALE.
Groover-Stewart Drug Co., Jacksonville,
Fla.
Tampa Drug CO., Tampa, Fla.
Southern Drug Mfg. Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
DRY GOODS-WHOLESALE.
Covngton Co. The. Jacksonville, Fla.
ELECTRIC LIGHT AND POWER
PLANTS.
Karl Fries, Brunswick, Ga.
ENGINS.
4ehoeled's Sons Co., J. 8, Macon, Ga.
Lombard Iron Works and Supply Co, Au-
gusta. Ga.
Kar Fries, Brunswick, Ga.
FURNITURE.
Knight Crockery and Furniture Co.,
Facksonville, Fla.
Ramis, Jacksonville, Fla.

FERTILIZERS.
Bour & Co., Wm. A., Jacksonville, Fla.
FOUNDRIES.
S- oteld's Sons Co., J. S., Macon, Ga.
Lombard Iron Works & Supply Co.. Au-
gusta, Ga.
FUNERAL DIRECTORS.
The Chas. A. Clark Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
GAS.
Jacksonville. Gas Co., Jacksonville, Fla.


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GENTS FURNISHERS '
Standard Clothig Co., Jacksoville, Fla.
Stuart-Bernstein Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
Craig & Bro. J. A., Jacksonville, Fla.
GROCERS-WHOLESALE.
Williams Co., J. P, Savannah. Ga.
Young Co, John R., Savannah, Ga.
HARDWARE.
Bond & Bours Co. The, Jacksonville, Fa.
Briggs, W. H., Hardware Co., Valdoeta, Ga
Tampa Hardware Co., Tampa, Fla.
Weed & Co.. J. D.. Savann Ga.
HAY AND JRAIN.
Rours & Co.. Wm. A.. Jacksonvill, Fla.
HATS.
Craig & Bro., J. A., Jaeknavalle rIa
Standard Clothing Co. Jacksonvill. Fla
HOOP IRON.
J. D. Weed & Co, Savannah, Ga.
HOTELS.
Duval Hotel, Jacksonville, Fla.
Zahm's European Hotel, Jack ronills, la.
IRON WORKS.
Schofeld's Sons Co, J. 8.. Maeon. Oa.
JEWELERS.
R. J. Riles Co., Jacksonville, a.
Greenleaf & Crosby Co., Jacksonville, Fla
Hess a Slager, Jacksonville. Fa.

LUMBER
East Coast Lumber Che Watertown,
Florida.
LIQUORS.
Blum A Co, Chas., JacksonvIlle, Fla.
Altmayer & Flatau Liquor Co., Maec,
Ga., and Jacksonville, Fla.
Joseph Zapf A Co.. Jacksoville, Fa.
MEDICINES
Spencer Medieme Co., Chattamooga, Tems
MACHINE WORKS
Rchofleld's Bons Co., J. 8., Maeona Ga.
Lombard Iron Works. Augusta, Ga.
MATERIALS FOR TuRPExaTla PRO-
CESS
Schofleld's Sons Co., J. 8., Macon, a.
METAL WORKERS.
cMillan Bro. Co, Jacksonvlle, avas-
nah and Mobile.
Baker, LM A, Brunswik, Ga., and Pe -
col, Fla.
MILL SUPPLIES.
Schofleld'q Sons Co., J. S., Maeon, Ga.
Tampa Hardware Co., Tampa, Fla.
Weed & Co., J. D., Savannah. Oa.
Brisga Hardware Co., Valdosta, a.
Lombard Iron Works & Supply Co., Au-
gusta, Ga.
MONUMENTS.
Tampa Monumental Works, Tampa, Fa,
MULES AND HORSES.
W. A. Cook, Tampa. Fla.
NAVAL STORES
Peninsular Naval Stores Co., Jacksonville
and Tampa, Fla.
Barnes & Jessup Co, Jacksonville, Fl


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;in.- ura e-iiwanare eenwo ua.me eo.

Jacearvk Ora oeavse, Draggists badrkis eas OmpIanr Seeds


Jk..s.d.s is to Have a Real Live Lum- The Cummer Company to Make Cedar Keys


O last dy the wha~~l dealers
frirtA* # Jacknouvfe -e anhd organ-
it_ a- rbW exahangs.
Far p months a mmovmeet of this
aed 4 i -beena pr d and at the
mkall in tday t d rs mided to ask
Tar ap .n ti the traatime for a

d- tr d nrta psswai g the Jack-
,aisF113e.spoist, the Z oo the lum-
bor exq.4ue amt forth a follows:
hat tf objeh of m Fl orpodation
GIt I otf Fodbrut ard mg, for lum-
her m ps4aw the evasoiai t sad en
eura"na of the ifneest of te lumber
bsuti101d soil pIrPess at Jackson-
vil a, .acncrd e ~ as such
s or- o:3 tiorpmoa to f to the Hon.
Jr;X-G1AL--~ of theuir 0"t in
a .l far uval Iaaty, Flida nM the
1110di of t enry, 19W, for an order
OrprOt~ng them, their uassociates and
ass4p, ne far p ralo tooier the cor-
wasiename of the Jasksaville Lumber
a .nA erdm c with the charter

a 0. Pi .-y- .G, D Gay, F. C. Miller,
imir Willy, W. E. Gullett,
aOt-*Wa. J, iJ. J. Zarib. W. Frazier


change.

Jones, 8. L. Chapman, A. L Ligon, F. R.
Clarke, C. B. Stillwell, George Henry, Joe
King, Jr.
"Those present at the organization of
the exchange were as follows: E. G. Phin-
ney, representing his own business; R. D.
Wylly, of the Georgia Pine Company; W.
Frazier Jones, of the G. S. Baxter Com-
pany; W. E. Gullette, of the Hirsch Lum-
ber Company; C. B. Stillwell, of the E. P.
Rentz Lumber Company; A. L. Ligon of
the Gress Manufainuring Company; G. D.
Gay, of the Eppinger & Russell Company;
George H. May, of the Granger & Lewis
Company; George Henry, of the George
Henry Company; T. C. Miller, of the Star
Lumber Company; Joe King, Jr., of the
Joe King Company; John Stephens, of the
Stephens Lumber Company; J. H. Zaring,
of the Weston-Zaring Company; S. L.
Chapman, of the Cummer Lumber Com-
pany; F. R. Clarke, of the F. R. Clarke
Company.
The officials of the exchange are as fol-
lows:
"President, KE G. Phinney; vice presi-
dent, R. D. Wylly; secretary and treasurer,
F. R. Clarke; Governors, E: G. Phinney, W.
E. Gullett, A. L. Ligon, G. D. Gay, J. 11.
Zaring and S. L. Chapman."


M&AZe6 A. Mils Spoke About Forest Pres-
ervation to Small Audience.

At -i WWom'tCtlubast IModay night from the earth.
Mr.-0 A. MoLIs had ly a small audi- Twety Year Supply.
me tlh hae spoke on ti ubjeet of the He stated that one-third of the accum-
al ,f forest ulated wealth of the world was due to the
M it l k. had a large and varied ex- forest industry, and that wasteful cutting
lt lt'Ulis atr& aW spoke with nd ofrest fires had left only about twen-
i gM w ih farce to what ty years' supply in the country, at the
he 'to4 -- present rate of cutting and wanton de-
N-atinea-Us, he showed how ptruction.
ii aof foests had afeeted He said that Florida should especially
si rWlle-the Pi eevatien by some na- look to the preservation of her forests;
t t of l forts had HIfte them upon that on account of the destruction of the
a -44 r mo s atm prosperous plane. pine forests of the state the cold of winter
U M ist nat4ieng- s failed ea ac- was gradually reaching farther south each
e~ (fthlir grt forests, bmt many had winter and nipping and killing tender
M dr tBdA by devastation of orange blossoms and other tropical buds
3 F a Be pave illustrations of and fruits. Florida soil will produce trees
t*l wh]se forests had not been three times as fast as the soil of mosa
Se slowly becoming de- other States in the country, and that
p s la' dying I rli imnoe and am- wherever one tree was cut down several
, m, SBin Italy and others; others should be planted in its place, said
* thte other ham, he pieturtd Ger- he.
pm y, tith its spledid system of for- "Florida should have 4,000,000 acres of
eiry srt., a bow the nation forests," he said. "It will protect her cli-
had h Is la aa had prospered. He mate, crops and the health of the State."
also mentioned Frame as having preserved He cautioned the turpentine men to be
inS iw e fact t f t some more careful with the method of bleeding
-n -S- arth-m Ira the forests trees ,referring at length to the method
ad lrtieally become devastated, when long ago adopted in France, which was in
the tAiL asnkemd to a realization of vogue at the present time in that country.
the sCrlou ritake it had made, and a Another recommendation which he made
H- m ihatd ad-with trees. Where was the teaching of elementary forestry
a fw s before the section had been in the public schools. In closing he told
sahkly, the aew rp of trees absorbed the of the result of experiments which he had
sa s pe of of the Jr and the malaria made in the West.


a Phosphate Shipping Point.


An investigation is being made, by ex-
tensive industries, which, if satisfactory,
will mean the opening up of a new line
of transportation on the Suwanee river,
from Wanee and other points to the gulf,
and will save the promoters thousands
of dollars annually in freight charges.
W. E. Cummer of the Cummer Lumber
Company, Jacksonville, L. R. Chazal, su-
perintendent of the phosphate department,
and W. R. Steckert, land commissioner of
the Cummer Company, left Tuesday night
for Cedar Key. These gentlemen will pro-
ceed from Cedar Key up the Suwanee never
to take soundings with a view of ascer-
taining the feasibility of transporting
phosphate from the mines of Alachua
county down the river, to be loaded on
vessels for export.


The majority of the Cummer eoda are
in the Newberry district, several Mies
from the river, which fact wil also ee-
sitate the building of a railroad from
the various mines to the point of loading
on lighters.
Heretofore the porducts of the mined
have been transported either to Jackson-
ville or Fernandina by rail, giving the rail-
road companies a long haul and neosltat-
ing enormous freight charges.
A careful investigation will be msd*
and if practical, this mode of moving the
products of the Cummer mines will be a-
tablished. It will open up a mew line of
industry along the Suwanes whi h i
bound to prove of banalt to a arge num-
ber of people.


Facts About Florida.


In answer to many inquiries I have com-
piled the following list of answers to ques-
tions about Florida:
Schools.
First-We have a fine school system,
probably the best in the South, Florida and
Texas being States-which set aside consid-
erable of the public domain to educational
purposes.
Population.
Second-Being a comparatively new
State our population is cosmopolitan, fully
one-third of our people have come from the
North and West.
Health.
Third-Florida compares with any State
of the Union for health. I have a letter
from the State Health Officer, who I
have requested to investigate the subject.
Artesian wells have accomplished a great
work in improving health conditions in the
malarial districts.
Climate.
Fourth-Except for a few weeks of hot
weather in May and June, our summers
are delightful. The Gulf and Atltntic
breezes makes this possible. We have no
sun strokes. Oxen can be used for team-
ing in Florida just as well as they can be
ui-ed in the Northwest.
Fifth-Florida is a big State, has a won-
derful variety of soil and considerable va-
riety of climate. Mosquitoes are bad in
some sections. There are sandy roads to
contend with. Lands are some times ex-
pensive to prepare for cultivation. About
every seven years the orange crop gets
bitten by frost. An average of about


every 70 year sees the tress killed to the
ground, that is to say, excet the terriory
covering the peninsula about 150 ndes
south of Jacksonville, which is cosidered
a frost line, but as a matter f fast there
is no frost line., but the trees nr killed
south of this line: Il Polk, Daoto and
Manatee counties, are produced preahly
three-quarters of the etre ange a eo
of the State. Dade county prmodes mot
of the pineapples. For strawberries and
deversifed trucking or general far~in I
would advise one to go immediately to
Starke and conduct their nvestigtions
from that place. For orange grsrig to
be mixed with trucking, I would advise
one to go to Wauehula in Defte eoosty.
For one interested in tabseeo eitre, I
would advise one to go to uney and study
conditions there sad then go to tGraevill
and buy lands. For cotton farming I WoUld
advise one to go to Greenville where bet-
ter lands, better transportation facilities
and better general conditions at lowit
prices makes it more proftable. For el-
ery culture, I would advise goimn to Sea-
ford, study the conditions there.
Irrigation
The great proposition in Florida is Irri-
gation, as well as drainage. One who
masters the two has a fortune abo-
lutely assured, because our lands predn
enormous crops at a time when the non-
try will pay the highest prices. The et
of irrigation is comparatively light,
drainage is easy. Wherever I d this
matter dealt with on an intelligent seals,
(Continued on page 7.)


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i FASHIONABLE CLOTHIERS AND FVRNISIERS,
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#AMES A- U9Q1LONON. KdlWog..i-Chlf
LO. LA FONflSI. Associa. 3der
A. AL MARMW osis.. Ibasger..
I. T. ANONLD, Adveiiag Unasger


Vhb fLe.l Even Sosu tA.
S. (omF a) .... Pes r Aam
S"Th. PLn.* I4m PrUc .
A m as 011m 4 sh1a Md be &dre"mad
flh Industriam ILecord Comlpany,
JanLckonville. ria.
"ntuh dl se Ae"l simnmes Obsee a
savannah. Ga.
S at "She Postoee at Jacksonville. Fla..
-- 1m --,o'- --ater
Adited by the asetive Committee of
to Turpentine .Operators' Assoelation
tmer IS,3 1902, as its exelasive ofi-
dCal organ Adopted in annual emvention
member 11 a the orga also of the ga-
sel asation.l
adopted April 7h, 10 as tie oficial
u of the Interstat Cane Griwer' As-
siation.u A ptd September 11, 19M, a
the anly acial orca of the T. A.
iMnueldld to lumbr people by special
lmetion adopted by th Georgia Sawmill
Aseoatiba.
THE RECORD'S OFFICES.
The publihin plant and the main f-
ia of the ldustrial Reeord Company
an lete at the intersection of Bay and
Ve*ga Btreets, Jasksonville, Fa in the
Seat edof th. great turpentine and
The vannak. Ga. oAem i in the Board
of Trade B4ldin. SavamIu e is the ead-
ing open W mi tore market in the world.

NOTICE TO PATRONS.
An paymes for drtia in the Ia-
Instril m art S eriptioMn thet
mmt *be made direct to the hem oeic in
Jore..Bine Acents are net aoUwed to
make cillectim s ader any citrcuitane-
eIk for advertising and enbcriptiom are
mst out fr the hee eficr, whl dA,
and a& remittances mut he made direct

I Banneost PubMahieg Ce.

Savanah i still gusing.

The box cut has been kept down

The sub association are active. This
is a pretty good indication that the oper-
star is to work for his own interests.

The business men of Jacksonville never
weaked for the good of the city to a
greater extent than when they joined in
the effort to insure a Sea Island Cotton
Warelouse. This insures a cotton market
for Jacksonville.

Ferandina believes that it will profit
by the recent change in the officers and
policy of the Consolidated Naval Stores
Company. Fernandin is right. There will
be greater shipments of naval stores from
that port this year than last.
The Ocala Banner, in its issue of Janu-
ary 25, prints a cut of Mr. Walter F.
Coachman, the president of the Consoli-
dated Naval Stores Company. In 4pnnec-
tion with this eat the Banner reproduces
what The Record had to say editorially
about the recent change in the official staff
of that company. All of Florida is inter-
ested and The Record is pleased to note
that the leading papers of the State are
favorably commenting on the change.

JACKSONVILLE TO Bn COTTON MAR-
ur.
The Industrial Record is pleased to note
that the business men of Jacksonville are
lending their best efforts toward the es-
tablishmiet of a Sea Island Cotton Ware-
how in this city


THE W"EKLV INDUSTRIAL RECORD.


Jackonvflle Proets by Georgia's Foly.
Mr. Flatau, of the Altmayer & Flatau
Liquor Company, 720-726 West Bay street,
gives an exceedingly clever illustration of
what Jacksonville has gained and what
Georgia has lost by the Georgia prohibi-
tion law when he says:
"We are doing a much better jug trade
through Georgia than we have ever done
and we have been in the liquor business
for many years. Jacksonville is a good
shipping point and the recent ruling as to
the jug trade has insured an excellent
business."
Mr. Flatau is a careful as well as an
enterprising business man and has the
greatest confidence in the future of his
business. He has figures to show that the
trade of his firm has not been affected by
the prohibition law. Here in Jacksonville
this company has one of the largest ware-
houses in the State and there is a large
force constantly at work filling orders.
What Mr. Flatau has to say is true of
every one of the many firms which have
been forest, to come to this State on ac-
count of the Georgia prohibition law. All
of them have found that there is as great
demand for their goods in Georgia now
as there ever was in the past.

SHIPMENTS TO FOREIGN PORTS
FROM JACKSONVILLE HEAVY
FOR JANUARY.
Records for the port for January show
that four vessels entered and eight cleared
for foreign ports. Those arriving during
the month were the British schooners
Blanche, Sirocco, Effie and Van Lear Black,
and the German steamship Hermine Hesse-
muller. One schooner came from Kings-
ton, Jamaica, aid tv.o from the British
West Indies. The steamship was from
Hamburg, Germany.
Three schooners brought no cargo. One
had as cargo 900 oranges, 850 grapefruit
and 16,800 cocoanut. The German vessel's
cargo consisted of 1,600 tons of fertilizer
material The total tonnage of these ves-
sels wps 3,001, and the crews numbered
forty-five. The value of the cargoes was
$3,151.90. Some of the goods came in bond
from New York. such as leaf tobacco, lin-
ens, hosiery, china, etc. The total valua-
tion of all imports was $56,574.08.
In December, 1007, two steamers and
seven schooners entered port, the tonnage
of which was 2,S, and the crews num-


Jacksoville should have been the mar-
ket for long staple cotton several years
ag.,- The reason why she has dot had the
benefit of this trade is because those in-
terested feared that this port did not have
a sufficient depth to accommodate vessels
whleh carry cotton to foreign ports. A
great part of the long staple cotton crop
is shipped to foreign ports and in deep
draft ships because it is a top cargo. The
fact that those interested have decided to
establish a warehouse here, is the best
evidence of the fact that Jacksonville has
a port which can accommodate this trade.
If Mr. Harvie Jordan was not assured
that Jacksonville could accommodate deep
draft vessels he would not have suggested
Jacksonville as the home for the only
Sa Island Cotton warehouse. Nearly all
of the long staple cotton grown is shipped
abroad, and the fact that this is to be the
point of shipment speaks volumes for the
facilities of this port.
These facts were considered by the bus-
iness men of Jacksonville and they have
insured the success of the enterprise by
pledging their earnest and hearty co-
operation.
Jacksonville will bq a cotton market
next year. She will also profit to the
same extent that other cities have profit-
ed from this trade.


bered sixty. The imports were valued at
$14,490.97.
The vessels clearing this month were the
Norwegian steamship Casseopeia and the
British steam tug Admiral Dewey, and the
British schooners Roberts &. Russell,
Blanche, Salvor, Edna V., and Sirrocoo,
and the American schooner Brookline, one
for Halifax, N. S., and seven for the
British West Indies. The total tonnage
was 2,757, and number of crews seventy-
six.
These vessels carried out 510,677 feet of
lumber, valued at $8332.11; 114,450 build-
ing and 18,000 fire brick, valued at $1,536;
225 barrels cement, valued at $400.50; 422,-
500 pounds steel rails and sawmill machin-
ery, valued at 26,010.21, and merchandise
valued at $4,980.78. Total value of all ex-
ports, $42,63.80.
In December, 1907, one steamship and
six schooners cleared, with a tonnage of
2,30 and sixty-six crew. The value of the
exports that month was $35,753.34.

Sugar Cane, Under Primitive Methods,
Making Net Proit of $x88.40 per Are.
Mr. J. M. Alvarez, a merchant of Starke
but who runs a tenant farm nearly in the
country and supplies the purest and finest
grade of cane syrup, produced 500 gallons
per acre this season, 1907. He uses the
old fashion roller mill pulled by one mule,
and a one-kettle boiler and furnace. Here
is his verbal information:
"My cane crop was on average good pine
land soil that was cow-penned the year
previous. Used 400 lbs ordinary commer-
cial fertilizer and 200 lbs nitrate soda per
acre.
Cultivation $5.00 per acre, fertilizer
$10.50 per acre, manufacturing syrup
$46.10. Total cost, $61.00. Product 500
gallons in barrels at 50 cents per gallon,
$2.50. Same syrup bottled and sealed
when first made, 75 cents per gallon
equals $375. Profit per acre in barrels at
50 cents per gallon, $188.40. Putting cost
of bottling at 10 cents per gallon leaves
65 cents per gallon on 500 gallons equals
$325 gross proceeds. Deduct cost produc-
tion $61.60, leaves $263.40 as net proceeds
per acre under old slow methods."
The reader can conclude what greater
profits would arise per acre if more fer-
tilizer had been used, and the quicker and
cheaper method of manufacturing the
syrp with evaporators.
List of Staple Products.
Here is a list of some of the staple
products, vegetables and fruits, the clim-
ate and soil at Starke and vicinity pro-
duce most satisfactorily:
Beans, broom corn, beggar weed, cab-
bage, cauliflower, celery, corn, cucumbers,
cantaloupe, chufas, cotton, cow yeas, cas-
sava, egg-plant, grapes, hay, Irish pota-
toes, Kaffir corn, oats, okra, onions, pe-
cans, pindars, peaches, plums, pears, pep-
pers. pomegranate, strawberries, sweet po-
tatoes, sugar cane, sweet peas, squash, to-
matoes, turnips, tobacco, velvet beans.
Add to these products of farm, field and
garden all the ornamental shade trees,
flowers, box plants, shrubbery etc., used to
beautify streets, parks and homes.
Sea Island Cotton.
As to the silky long staple Sea Island
cotton, the growth of which, for best class,
is limited as to territory for world's sup-
ply, we could add many statements from
farmers here, at or near Starke. Mr. Arch
Green, on 3 3-4 acres, raised a little over
4.000 pounds in seed in crop of 1907. Mr.
Lacy Austin, town marshal of Starke,
with only $25 worth of fertilizer, picked
4,200 pounds in seed cotton from four and
a half to five acres
Take the leading money crops of straw-


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berries, Sea Islad e m ,~ateen. ;t
and swept, and-but what's the ime eae
capitulate the 'any an, p
this section of Florid4,
strated in the letters and sh m
in given .?

A LARGE NAVAL TOW QA
What is claimed to be tHe i
cargo of naval stores to hbe
a gulf port, left Pemsaasiae r a is i
on the British steamer
Hamburg. The -h-- wa I.
American Naval 4B5* 9rjK '
ly the Shotter Qornaay i
20,000 barred s of49
spirits of turpeatila a Tipd
gated over W00,0s0 aob S
has a valation of oer
steamer arrived h Ler alhep a ip e
from lSavanna |poiiL-d to h
pany, and within this spaue of tiSMee -
immense solid caro of naval otare.q W
stored, and the atmer leared aa
for sea -this aftemoon. h.e t"ai -, :
tion of the carg, is adnrly-.mli i ,.

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WATCHED. ;a-

That Keep Time,

And that keep time under su-an all dr -
cumstances, are what tuwpenthear I j
her men require. .
These requirements are mot mit Itf
watch, as all men know. it takuea ed
watch to stasd the r8e*gh uaiei Wj0dW
woods, so when. you want aw*
these exposures ard to n a t
one that you can use4 *,4* woB -wi,,s
the parlor-let us shoer i
We are Timsesesper for t*i~ alrc
and always have the beat. 6d 6r '-
logue.

R. J. FJl

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This Easy Chipper Saves time and Money.

&O, Chip escapes easier on account of hollow back. WRI
:-- l f Cuts a shade streak easier as hollow back allows hack to .WR
to be closed more -OR
Gum flows easier as there is less steel to drag over the PRI -
fresh cut.


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

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.g~j~i~S a~...s ..
"a large ad ka
li/ j-m~y jdy a .i dina" -tely
i- l e- trucking
-r :The loa mer m Is superb,
whB ng fatfptiMs are murpaseaed,
TheI v U f iuimprov4 lasa ran from
p8" t"4'nM pr st -aeardisg to
.aprdj .tp -hi-d rmad ,. ;Aste
wat. ts eabitia agg 4ost of. about
SUMS. -elk wel wE- apyly badaat
lls me ore a. o tr sh laid,

( Jpipyan are iWI ato" f
-.J .. -- to M ?r. ae
ecidl ito lisik. ad alp At the trea.
.I atmwi for a boar-
d la. i These Wgroes re
fruUq yesrwent per
ik~ii4 400a of the
be itlre eropa which never fails, 200
Si a very ~s- l erop per acre.
i ts I" Iae. ~dBh d to
a wm yield a enormous reve-
ned st railing Is a" of the mast
iio beo 4 agagd in.

tI in I ioida ren .old pinai-
-*h tht, b4t really on a basis of
SMx t eet for pini od .a per M.
fq~kreypaas
U wlwaiarra ae t of 3/00
feq4,~Wprana wil.lveraie prhaps

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Adber for the. holding- f the Farmers'
lain thin city, *tieesi increases
-faterested here anticipate a most
Sood A g cown it0antic-
i e etoer of the
al farm, has received
that many farmers and stock
would be present from various *see.
of the Sate, even west of the Apli
ow., Exz"ee4gly low rates
..bver the road be--
i-rd-a i for the round
-rim" in yledda
banh already be
t testing oe, .iui
to prove f lasting pro4t and
to the farmers and stockmen. Some
:jA- "at"INK(in tited-
__d it .. c ^wrill be eiae will
ihe. L eeiLg an matters of great
to the agricultural and cattle
Q iflli held" at a coanren
point In t4 h .ert of the. city, in-
ofte AYlEittoal frnm the place
F a-'fiwgfeatures of the inati-
h I s P to a awng o


T1hmas is in charge of the of the arrangements
for this feast, which is an assurance that
everything will be all right.
The institute wll be ihe for three days,
Feb. 5, 6, and 7..
SThe rate offered by the railroads is ex-
ceedingly liberal, and the farmers through-
out the State should not fail to take ad-
vantage of attending this institute, where
they will undoubtedly learn much to their
interest,
Prof. P. H. Rolf director of the Florida
experimental station, has returned from
Bristol, liberty eanty, when, an Satur-
day he attended a meeting of the faners'
ITtitute.
Prof. Rolf stated that thi was one of
the best and moat interesting, as well as
the most nstrctive meetings, from a
practical standpoint, which has yet- been
hdd in Florida. It was largely attended
from every section of that country, nearly
300 farmers sad stockman being present.
"These farmers' institutes are new in
Florida at this time," remarked Director
Rolfs, "and we have found it rather a
difficult matter to get the people interest-
ed; bbut we are coming along finely now,
and every institute shows a marked in-
crease in attendance.
"This reminds me," Prof. Rolfs contin-
ued, "of our experience along these same
lines in South Carolina. I well remember
the first meeting we had, when there were
thirteen speakers and nine composing the
audience. The next year it was a little
better, and before we had been running
four years-in fact, at the fourth annual
meeting, there were in that audience about
1,e00 people, while the speakers had been
redueed to nine. In the meantime, how-
ever, the farmer and the stockman had
learned the value of the practical knowl-
edge afforded by these institutes, and to-
day the results of these meetings are be-

ing felt in South Carolina.
"I feel the same way about Florida,"
concluded the director. "The people are
hard to interest at rst, but this Bristol
meeting demonstrated the fact that they
are bee6ming interested, and within the
next five year- you may depend upon- it
that these institutes will be attended by
-hundreds of people from every section of
Ith State who are looking for knowledge
and new: methods."
BREWERS ORGAN ING TO STOP THE
"DRY WAVE" FROM SPREADING.
New York, Jan. 30.-An organized move-
ment against the wave of prohibition
which is spreading over the country is now
being made in New York and elsewhere.
The brewers and dealers in brewers' sup-
plies and machinery are behind the move-
ment and are organizing associations
throughout the country, the object of
which will be to fight the prohibition
movement.
The organization in New York is known
as the Manufacturers' and Dealers' Club
of Greater New York. and circulars have
'been sentnt0 bi firm aid me in the
financial district inaneffort to extend the
membership throughout the business
world.
SIt i proposed as- oon-as the local or-
ganiationq are well under way through-
ob~t the couhtry'to organize them into a
national organization. -It is. said that
large numbers of business men are joining
the local organizat o... l4 this connection
attention is called to a recently published
statement f the Distillers' Securities Cor-
poration, that while the Prohibition move-
ment lessened the consumption of beer, it
has had at the same time the effect of in-
erevsing. the- demand for stronger bwrer-
age.


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SJOS. ROSENHEIM SHOE CO.
*MAIVACTVUMER AND JOUERSP OF.



SHOvES

Ssav ANNAai. GEO.KG IAl.
Bes bbe M"ate fof Commisary frawe."
909 *0**1 * *** *lets I* ** (* ***** *** ** ** * *** **


WANTED
AND

FOR SALE
Ifate for this eolum I aSt Is wrd
for ire ineasrtiom and 1 ant pr rwed for
following Inertl. No advUtisSnt
taken for 1em the 40 enrts Ior b t, and
to cents for following isertismir C
must accompany orders iales yes ive
an account with iL
WANTKD-All smminer to eae a
their barns of all kiade of aed mashb and
burlaps. We buy everythn the way
of macks. Write w. Amerin Fibre O
.Jackonville. VYi.

FOR SALE-A good turpeatine plaee i
West Florid Pries reasonable. Will send
schedule on applietio. Address "Tur-
pentine Operator," Box 10, DeFunia
Spring*, Florida. 1-4-4t
WANTED-A number of honest young
men from this vicinity interested to read
our convincing catalogup. (Free). Tampa
Business College (The College with a home
for its students.) Tampa, Fla. L M.
Hatton, President. 1-11-2 mos.
FOR SALE--nmll turpentine pleeI for
cash. Priee s8600.00. Good baeking. Ad-
Aress Operator, eare idustrial Record tf
FOR BALE CHEAP-One good turpen-
tine place, 4% miles from railroad, good
right rates. No money required. Terms
for purchase price. Easy .- payment.
Schedule on request. Plenty labor to work
place.' A. B. Powell & Bro., Aens, I..
S1-4-4t
SWANT-NAm 1 OR3 MW HOThL.
Now Nearing Completion At Wayerets, Ga.
A premium of $5.00 will be paid to the
'party suggesting a suitable name for
above described hotel. Suggestions re-
ceived to first day of February. Directors
Tf Hotel companyy will make selection of
hame from suggestions received..
SAddress.
Waycross Hotal Coiany,
Wayeross, Ga.

POSITION WANTED-As manager tur-
pentine place. Long experteice. Can con-
trol labor. Sober. and inpdtrious. .Best
of references. Operated far Cae Co,
Gainesville, in 1907. J. H" Blsewell, Fair-
bank, Fla. 1-24 -


WANTE-A stillmal to run i' e-bbl-
Wtill. still. Must have good reeraseihk-
tins. Apy at aoes to the Modu s Tres-
I O.sM4 uLa, Mihl. Mexieo.
1.-4i

Duval Planing Mill Co,;
Sevnesl ard esfea As, -tmanif 1t
smUB "a Centmacters WI' De Wel to
Have Us aM M their Wek "



DO YOU WAXT rO JdAiZUl4

For it will pay y to m the Mw Fr-
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Walter Mucklow,
CKEiTIFID PUsLIC Accel-iTAn.
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Pure Rye Whi ...u l _.
conf rt ller rlum's iMomoram nml Rylv as
Rye-ASpati for JWt Cilauift eid
Pallt Mlilwaukee P 'ii 'ap !
plientioe. .... -

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TAMPA MONUMENTAL WO)RES

MIonument. Iron -Fencing and Italian Statuary eM
~0 NO JOB TOO LAR.----- O JOB TOO SMALL.
A18A->FICE-- -310 ZACHI ,-u I.-s.


4ARIDA iMMM.
,-i&i part t the reserve supply for
t Vulitd- States is in our State.
The yellow pi in fast disappearing.
IAe ho 1hit 0 aI| ,t rill f aa be
A4 w mure e will se yellow pin
atrwe wasr o M to s.o" per
oe Wy sedb Ato wd the reports far-
_ltrbd *o or- edtyh mau4a order
4kwo the trmm o
'the people who seme a teact Ef
Igbe rai timber ad hald it for a few
yots are just as sur prt a the
lb are sure to coma
W-e akio o timber tflat esa e bought
fai trUe coar to rt eadl ine.
S erme ae in d eyprem tracts in
ria tUat wtfl make the holders rich.
here are trab o t-ovr lmist &a be
ha from m and a half to two dollars
or ie n. whi the young tress grow
fteur than any ia -dt rate.
Wfe *anrw 4B about vahms.
~imlbw -- Deptu. .ellle
Sh eM a ,d -hi I ~w e p t taou-

ee informati.
4 on-s ia at o I o
Msta-- e he o. r o, it are laterested h timber. If you
lTe a fried who is thiinof g u f buying
t timber drop us a line to request one
al our timber bIuitinh. It may help you
Amice a fdrtane.
Ina ilst us a.gat deal and it will eset
w iin Aaree b

,Development CO. JacksoviDm, Ma.


.. w or sta. e s.amr mM -
lg S ydoettdy r from hil-
b p* in Buiald l, the Southern Stest-
li 'stCy, which it is feared was et
i -ae -ste.Am whi sw t **-th AtlmUti
** tMwe S23d day of Janury.
The Mt.lil,.des su3- *-- l sCpt. Big
gies, iotif it lh ier ilt he foot of
IsrtLa It e thi s 4it *I sng o- January
21. he was bound for Philadelpia, and
tsiu n to th Hinreh Lumber Coin-
iI adeihiaid ihlpped from the
Lambet Osapiy of this city; 100
ernia- of sottea-sewd ail, onsigned to-
varius paties. fro the Florida Cotton
0 Coi p of this city, a about fifty
the mitaer asM batteredd by Me
Beather Wt )n i for the ran
between this ity sat Ph lphi shortly
aWter the --y los ti pert a ter-
ainiea Sh was sa old steamer, having
emn bqllt in 10a, at ihis feared that she
as able to weather the severe storm
whish swept the coast.
Th- t fur ame s --umeayester-
day,= s:ated that .tI it sta- g:eral-
I lade the run from this port to Phila-
dlph in three daysa, d while he still
hd opens for the safe arrival of the
ste- at her destination, it was feared
ooi an aLe.


Capt. flWm a his eofors made
many friends during the time the steamer
was coming to his port, and it is earnest-
ly hoped that the steamer may yet be
heard from as in a safe onition. She
carried a mew of eighteen men.
WHAT A NAVAL STORKS OPERATOR
UAS TO SAY OF QUIC TOBACCO.
A -ival stores operator, who has been
deve6ig his time, his surplus capital and
a great part of the best talents he can sup-
ply for buines, to the cultivation of to-
ha wuas In the city yeatonrd from
Quiney.
In inAervg to the prospects for a larger
acreage in tobacco there next year than
ther bee this and in an effort to say
wdyt pae would be, he remarked:
"'Them s 4o be a larger acreage of to-
bacco hi Gallden County this year than
hare mw been in the past. It will
be correapoading annual increase in acre-
age and there will be represented in this
industry there more naval stores men
than ver. I believe that when the timber
lands are disposed of to a large extent
that the naval stores operator will devote
mrne time to the ultvation of tobaeo.
It leoks that way to me. There are now
several ex-aval stores men and some who
a still actively engaged in naval stores
business in the tobaeeo industry at Quincy.
I believe that the prices another year are
to be as good as they were the past sea-
so. By the time that the crop-is harvest-
ed !the country will have fully recovered
from the -amial panic. Hard times hurts
the tobacco trade. Tobacco such as we
grow about Quincy is a luxury and when
hard times some it is hard to dispose of
it at figures commensurate with tIe qual-
ity of the podmet that this seim ham
to offer."
LOOWS LXE PHIBITiONIMST HAVE
WISE BEATEN.
The fact that there has not been an ef-
fort to ave the Board of county Commis-



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JaIks- ville. Fleida.


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139 troahly RdIklng, Jawd~nvtflp, Ma.
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STHi WEEKLY INDUSTRIAL RECORD.


SHUTCHINSON SHOE COMPANY
SV LVL, IVrmK SHOES AND HATS ....


sIomers pa.s up the pK[Io a thepoo tree m. -_4igii iltn Hin* di iF
hi*itlonists asking for an el ctio, Xa Iuj nts i4 trin Va ** U 7|
|.f SAW 013 the impression that the mov ement hMas ... |
hm ff rh baen pratially dierded. old. rig pem PW W4--|*WQWl!
*W, are working for an lction have secured Soth taday-L i frait isi'|
Sthe adequate number of names to their W Trnitl t lvewa t r* I ufW-I
t1i6. Jauseseavil F06 tion. But mane of the moet ardet advo-
cates of prlaibitlem edai that they will you wished, I remain yours very tr,
have the petition to present in the near IJE. aL il
future. Proprietor Starke Pueem Nuwrires.
C oo k I* &. A. RAWLM MOMU .= aS0-
*-|>C *00 IS Why not Pccan Culturt e. L TO jACrE mfr.I|
I r Why -,t r .a Mr. s. A. Nawle, the Sate ilm.e at
SJASMVILLE _.convicts, ha, removed his family fre
SSm d GaAS Y Mr. c. L .., Sta rk, Fra. Dar or: OS to J|akewro. au W pore..ed
S,. _In a=wer to your quiry as to how a VAstty hois me StL. a
For nom t em is bi wom;
En sH BUTCHINSON AUMT O.n muoh I pe gm .*** wet waa 1put tem lat.wn .C will I l ti.t t|
-, Rni UCINS AUIT U. t to good heiang varieties and how would be um -T-i- ..ve aes
PFU LIC COaMr & AU OR much ame wlI pay, I wri answer in heae tb n aA Its bofs -
haonvee wy. offlem In
DF7 srl-VvM ocs Z.petent m. Mo. U.ka lao es
We wil take as a basis t4 res. oiEe va it h Mir, Wakir P. COMA-
Ib 3. JIaaMas n n. Ten acres Ma be elearo fenced, and man. No. M Osmoai ted I ngA a
s et out at an outlay of t4ween $50 to Mr. Rawbs k wp o- s-M ente|r-
$00, wen sii n pasted trees i0titng $1 "ri"" 'r bmen the8 i lta i* bit m i* g|
*O'd M B AR D JOSEPH. ZAPF Co You aed set forty ft ap t
each way, or 27 to the acret--0O to ten
1 acres. epasvHJLK wne recoimm TO
Ar GOLM .A. These trees wil pay for themIves and -akdlI -
all cost of maintainance about the seventh oats of Fileid as w 6E m a
year. By the tenth year they iw bear -tions of the Unitl Se
30 to 60 pounds of nuts, and at 15 eenta There is eapital he fre h e*rv dry
per pound, aud Pting a pounds would 'R F 4d sar w at tbsmtI -
be $4.50 per tre, 4d IM tres wdM h thee s s to Jsc U |
S amount to $1,15, which leaves $1,000 other pints in the ltate.

6 a' AN HtUSEIL- BIISC old whea SUt to ftd tra. er. 0ves Ate. d"r f Oa1--
I will say that the ner nuts like Cur- tate. Mr. T. B. Strinrfellow hNoa.o
i tie and Van DeBan are sellmn aow rpaUdly oa the lawestt A 4 d= ta Ni
S. o ger e sat 30 to 50 sents-l pound, and nt for the i*v We he 1s WNlti
W e E i Wma 15 cents as per my estimate. The above f"OVille vortor. CO A. Ca US* LI.. .. W__ "nk figures apply to a grafted grove whin seet syth s et. -
ar d up wi o, all nl W tt to Curtis or Tecbe v rietle, a i is W -
*arram .r A. W. cality they are xtrl heavy and sure AN EC5IXTWsPf a W rA P
Wries for PrAees bears. 2gI ZRIM 4 1M
The best varieties to set ae Ctis One of the very beat exht. ta t9 pp-


for they are heavy, regular bearers, trees
t are thrifty, and they am fer from In- erad of l h goods wLk t*aM t W m

in this city.
*a-t- boo tat hl fa. 1e4 sa mn ^u1
I consider a pecan grove the best invest- Tne exh t in in the mature of a "
S^ -for-w 1rtctr,* and Commission ment one can go into at the premmt ttme. fg boo*, vhe l *bw ota an y4 I
SJust think of it. At a east of from fer the ry best f for
Clftt to $1,000, you can have a property payig desire to lo4e and fet their eys
S10,00 per year in tea years, whh i 10 the Knight display. Th booth s ta-
per cent on $10000. How els ean a fully arranged sad while thm er ansthl|
I i pLratively pour man invest $1,000 that to It a ear ow im o M iA
will pay him $1,060 per year in ten years? everything to attract the ey sad I lp-
S1~uL 'M,.. r.. J. A. EMw"ie V.l-P.rWdow How else cam iw ma mve asd I. d e "mest t woM 4 Mio a. ar.
IL J-6 U -5-rse d Trmurer. ($10000 in that length of time? For when This was o of the exhibits whAik W
it pays $1000 per year it will be worth complete on the peig day. It attasetel
J t. L- A. Ew. lm .S, Mi. the $10~o0. It is rally surprising that ut F d bs -attr* 3m tbg mo -
r ll-r, L ST.. Wll. W. more people don't see wvhs a good thing sine. It Ls b rat U ea
this Is for ta iLvektet, for the above metsa a tf L Mr aLs |IA Al
---- ngulgeBg are facts and will bear out-not theories Dvral _spee.
".. -for it is being done right now. Dr. J.
---- --.^ --- --------.^^ ---- '1 :^ -----------
B. Curtis, of Orange Heights, Fla., has
aI W at TuWuhi L"esc?~ many trees (10 year-old grafted) that bear TrC. i
ffL vs~wt a am u- ~ more than 34 paurs wad he gets 0 to 60 C"
.eats per pound fo tha. In Staw ae m
S Y W kt my KaId rnw LaUd? a number of Ane bearing treeo-ne that rf AMU frP -eG
Sthe crop usually sells for $0 per ~yea- *T h |
SMm m. 500 popnds at 10 eIts; arthir that up- M
*a= am a mrs a ally bear about 300 pounds, which sells Wl fg
J H Fiial Frry a Demeastrat the Stabil
H, i ston ons, (F I B Prestn MHter Co,
1 A 4Mvi t A & Sn. for 12% cents per pound, or $37.50; anoth-
er that oes just about equal to Wi Mmt
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Southern Drug Mfg. Company
WHOLESA E DRUGGISTS AND MANUFACTURERS OF
Flavoring Extract, Packed Drug. B. B. Bluing Vinegar and Pyne's Popular k mds.
We handle everyddnug il dw Drug mnd Medicine ine. Write for prices. JACKSONVILLE. FLA.


SA A INVENTOR AND THE BEST TANKS
M A. BAKER MANAuACTURER OF ON EARTH O
WAKER IMPROVED SEAMLESS TURPENTINE S I ILLS. _ ___


W. I. MErIrSON, Prs.
L L CRAFT, Vie-Pes.


Wuisrt at 0, t~YT L Cpltnnnll h
JOB WORK TEmOVGE TlE COVINITILyT LOnPTLY ATTr OTO
The Larest ad Oldest Copper Works I the South.
My sp eety ii large warms a hwavy bottoms that do mt lek
RUNSWICK. GA. a PENSACOLA, FLA.



D AMONDS AND WATCHES
S We ampy a a. IWe can sow yes, t werct Aw ., ey
s-era prle, ny pprsM of eIme ,w, m., pmffect
Ir AMOAS. It ta er desire ce dOme beft e largest
S baea deaCers IN JackasIve. A er Specaty is fne remed-
Cat *e At we-grade Waitn t ae Bab wacfes.

0 ItA P iGER Wateces, Jewelry,
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Craig Bros Co.
239 W. Bay tree EV.ERETT BLOCK.

SLetader in Men's and Boers Fine Cloth-
i a and Up-toDate Furaishings.
SApgnts for Dunlap and Stetson Hats; largest stock in the City.



SSithern States Naval Stores Co. -
`Jsiothro' -Sates Nivrrl Stores iee.


Fctora
damp to &s!Wnf1


Savannah. Gea.
end Commision Merchants
Get Competition Highest Priee Promptest Returns
Correspod With Us


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TAMPA DRUG CO.
Wholesale Manuf&cturing Druggists,
TAMPA, FLORIDA.
Full and complete Ine of qUll ind of Drwgs, Drf. m a
and Patent MedfJidn.
SPECIAL ATTENTION 10 COMMISal&fr TRAW.
PROMPT ATTENTION TO ALL ORDRS.
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NAVAL STORES FACTORS,
XAVAL STORES ECoIVED AT AVANAR A, JAACKE U V.I ,
FLA, AND 1CrMAIN4., IL.
Wholesali Grocers also Dealers in Hay, Grai and Hear
Ha nes.c

SOLE AGENTS 10 a &CIA& M..Chli...e
MERCHANTS VAREHOUIL
SAVAMAB, GA. JACKSOWVILL, FLA TAML, P"

WILLIAM A. *OUNS JAM-es 9oAMV

WILUAM A. BOURS& COM
TIlt eSTes LarsUUe am seem Ur a inm Ug
Hay, Grain, Feed, Gwrdn
Seeds, Poultry Supplies, H r.


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206 EAST BAY ST., JACSONVILL FA
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dLAUT. let Vice Prelm
i Genese usear.
PrLTTWAY, ind Vice P-a.
ASBHLY, Vice Pr.
L. iEG. We ad Tnue


DIRECTORS:
I. w. Blount.
B. A. Ce~rse
T. G. Culet
A. &. Pedletoa.
B. G. lesidgem.
L. X A~bey.
W. T. 3. Ifiabios


PElNNSULAR NAVAL STORES CO.
Gopmmission Merchants
Sand Wholesale Grocers
Reciv Polts-Jacksodnvle, Tanpaand Fenandina,
Sad Sawaah, Go.


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J. D.
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S-Boxing Axes.


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"Old Time" Remedies
THE JOY Of THE HOUSEHOLD. 1 :
Thins four 5ret Tremeih manu Tie, DineUtta, C-M t ----
and Cba 01, are i joy of the hokMeml. With thm mer at iad, a
man Is ready for any emergency. He ha a sfe, reliable ad ady ~
for wife, ebildren, self or stoek. With thee remedies yo u M l the
doctor's bands out of your poekoet, and yet have a healthy, L y tieny.
Besides, you ean curewe your stock of any ailment that may l thr.
NUMIAN TEA-I- u oer Power er--l the gret oaly Pow ti
will cure all forms of Liwr and Kidney Complaints, Prevon Chulls d UtalD l
Fever. Cures the common ailmamt of children; ad as laxative toe t is without
an equal--afe and reliable. an the liquid, it a extremely peltah-evap cUhdrum
like it--ad it is READY FOR USE.
BEIEDICTA is a womr.a's medicine. It will eure all the disease eommo to
womem, and el eed as Female Troubles. It will bring youth bak to the ade4 wom 6,
who has gone oe suferig because she thought t woman' lot It will ea for the
young girl just entering womanhood; and prepare the young woma nr the some
duties of wife and mother.
CUBAJ RELIF-The Instant Paint Killer, for either r man or beat. Rl
instantly, Colic, Cramps, Cholera Morbu, Diarrhoea, Dystetery arnd sek U L
fr colic in borse it is an infallible remedy and is guaran d to give re i To
minutes.


CUBAN OIL-The Best Ben and Nerve Llaimet. Is antleeptie fer e
nagged or torn fleh, and will instantly relieve the pain. Cures inaset its saai stm
adeak and burns, bruises and sores, chapped hands and face, ore aid tlasr ft8e
Relieves rheumatic pains, lame back, stiff joints, and ir stock eurm wire fm 6 ea1,
seratehe, thrush, spitat, collar more, saddle gall, and diseased beets


Write u for Price.


SPENCER MEDICINE CO.. Chattanooga, Teo.


H. E. PRITCHETT. Pre. P. L. SUTHERLAND, Vice-Pres. A. D. OOVINGTON, Hec'y.


J. P. COUNCIL Trees and Genl Mgr.

THE COUNCIL TOOL CO.,
General Offices: JACKSONVILLE. FLA
Factory: WANNANISH, N. C.


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Florida Cooperage Company


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MANUFACTURES OF
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Telephone 1855 JacksonvIlle, Fla.


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 New or and repairing done
payment for W r in the country
Heavy Coppersithling Steam Pipe mnd Special Cpper Werk
Jacksonville, Fla.
Als Fayetteville,N. C. Savannah, Ga. Mobile, Aa.


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You will not in all your shopping, find a single place where
so many appropriate, pretty and useful things are gathered
together for your selection as here, and we want to impress
upon you that while we do inot keep CHEAP Jewelry we keep
Jewelry that Is cheap-honest, reliable jewelryof every descrip.
tion'that lives up to what we represent it to be. We have some
excellent Shaving Sets. Fine Umbrellas. Silver Handle Pocket
Knives, etc. etc.



Greenleaf & Crosby Co.


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41 West Bay Street.
Quality, Low Price and Variety are the inducements we
offer you to favor us with your patronage.
TALOG. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED.


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HALF TONES--ZIN ETCHINGS
llustreting and Engrav DepDrtment
OF
THE FLORIDA T UNION
Splendidly equipped for businel Half Tones and Zinc
ECtchings made to order in the moat improved and artistic
fashion. Illustrations for newspapers and all kinds of Com-
mercial Work, Pamphlets, Etc,
A SI-eity t Mbud ef PedI'sd eRstSilndg and
EL--mbl-bA PletetI hbse Pietures.
In Writing or applying for Prices, Give the Most Explicit Description of What is
Wanted. Goa Work and Prompt Deliveries Promised.
A Florida Entesrpi4se. Try It.
T-U OmLDU WHISKY HOUSE IH
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OLD SHARP WILLIAMS-Pure Fine
Old Rye. By the gallon, $3.00; four full
). J.- OCDMAN-Pure Rye; Rich
sad Mllow. By the gallon 62.75; four
fu rt 3.00, express prepaid.
AWIL BRYE-Pure Substantial Famly
Whiskey. By the gallon $2.50; four fll
q s 3exprs prepid.
CIFFOD RYE-By the gallon $2.
four full ma 2.06, express prepaid.
S Baded Wareouse; fine and old. By the
Slon $3.00; four full quarts $3.50, express
OLD POINTER CLUB CORN-Rich aad
MJSaow. By the gable 20; four fullquarts 9-20, express prepaid.
Sed for pris t and catalogue. Mailed free up application.
The AltHmayer & Flatau Liquor Company
20, 722. 724. 726 W. BDy Sree Jclksonville, Fla.
P. 0. Be x ns. Ihame 314.


7, 1M etropolls
Is the Paper you want It is publimhed
daily and is from 12 to 16 hours ahead da
any other daily newspaper in Florida.

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

CARTER & RUSSELL PUB. CO.
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