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 Material Information
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 8, 1908
Publication Date: -1909
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Lumber trade -- Newspapers -- Southern States   ( lcsh )
Naval stores -- Newspapers -- Southern states   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
United States -- Georgia -- Chatham -- Savannah
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1900.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 19, no. 42 (Oct. 25, 1909).
Issuing Body: Official organ of the Turpentine Operators' Association.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 6, no. 1 (Jan. 3, 1903).
General Note: "Dedicated to the naval stores and lumber interests."
General Note: "The exponent of southern progress."
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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System ID: UF00047910:00257
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Do You Want The Naval Stores Trade?
T Industrial Recod i the only paper pubHlied
which reach all of the naval store operator in th en-
tire trpentin belt. Having ben the champion of the
interts of the operator ever since it publiation, The
ladftrial eoawrd has been able to plae every opera
on it% Ih& lMAU books. Jacmomvlle businem ma euagh
to apyrie the vale of Ihe Record as aw a dvertiin
I hrouh it acohmum you am reach evry naval
store operator once each week. One of the strong points
The R~ord make is that it s read from over to sover
by thse who are ireted in one of the greater ind -
tris of the oath. In addition to the turpentine opera-
ter it reahe the faots and a great many sawmill me,.
buakn and farmer. It is the very best mei throlh
Swhih to advertie what you have to seIL

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TURPENTINE BARRELS ATLANTIC COOPEIRAGF CO.
MANUFACTURERS HAND-MADE TURPENTINE BARRELS
We have been Manufacturing our own Staves for years and select the very best stock for our barrels.
Skilled Coopsrs employed. Just beginning business in Jacksonville and we solicit a share of your pat-
ronage. Send us a trial order.
J. MeNs. WeUOIHT. lauunram 0s DyaI-Upehurcht Buldlian .Jckoanv FIwtoU.


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J. W. Mote,
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& B. Parke
Vice-Pre..


Jmm MeNatL
Viee-Pre'L


W. W. Wilder.
See. & Treas.


John R. Young Co.,

Commission
Merchants.

Naval Stores factors. Wholesale Grocers.
Savanmesh de Brunswick. Ga.,
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ELECTRIC LIGHT AND POWER PLANTS
FOR MILLS AND FACTORIES.
REMINGTON OIL ENGINES
3R OP ERAIE I ON KERIOS C NE.
KARL FRIES - BRUNSWICK, 6A.


East Coast Lumber Co.
ROUGn AND DRESSED LONG LEAF

Yellow Pine Lumber

Bundled Rosin Barrel Staves in Carload Lots
Stamer Sbipmemats a Apeciuty.

WATERTOWN, FLORIDA
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THE COMMERCIAL BANK
JACKSONVILLE. FLA. Bramaces: Ocalta d Lake City
The largest leading tate Bank in Jackonvile. Is conduetd ia sn old-
fashioned strictly conservative am r and is subject to regler ezamiianUti
by the Comptroller.
VIlndividual and Savins Aaeouts solicited.
H. ROBINSON, W. OWEN, IL GAILLAID,
PiRat. Ve-PiMt. Ca .


CONSOLIDATED NAVAL STORES COMPANY

I CON SOLI DATED NAVAL STORES COMPANY. |


Home Office:
Breaches: Sav


JACKSONVILLE,


FLA.


annah, Ga., and Pensacola, Fla.


OFFICERS.
WALTER F. COACHMAN, President; D. H. McMILLAN, H. L. COVINGTON, JOHN H. POWELL, R. B. POWELL and W. J. KEILY, Vice Presidents.
J. C. UTTL, Secretary and Treasurer at Jacksonville; J. Q. HODGES, Assistant Secretary at Savannah; J. K. ROZIER, Assistant Seeretary at Penaeola.
EXJiLU'r1VE COMMITTEE: W. W. Cummer, W. F. Coachman, W. J. Hillman, C. B. Rogers, and A. S. Hubbard.
DIRCTOBS: W. J. Hilman, W. W. Cummer, D. H. McMillan, 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



Paid in Capital Stock, $2,500,000

Owned and Controlled by Practical Operators.
The "Consolidated" Is purely a co-operative Company. Its Interests are ideatical with those
of the Producers. The patronage of turpentine operators everywhere Invited.
Two Million acres of Land and Timber for sale on easy terms.
Producers are invited to call or correspond.


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WEEKLY INDUSTRIAL


RECORD.


PUMENHE) EVERY SATURDAY. DEVOTED TO NAVAL STORES LUMBER AND MKANUFACTURMNG wi t I m
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o0i OalAdAop27. 3JC- ddOpmm -dom wm'SM Cow G...,.mAu.awb Ndmlndwld b7yGW.Sm,=MAsrim. COWN d Sm. 53ftmft1*Gmmm Gi A


HOLD THE 1908 BOX CUT DOWN.


While advices indicate that the box cut for 1908 is to be held down in all parts of the
naval stores belt, there are reports which show that there is a spirit of restlessness in some
quarters and that some are inclined to increase their box cut over what they had determined
upon a few weeks ago.
We hope that what is indicated by our reports will not materialize to the extent
some of the factors here incline to believe. The Record hopes that the instances referred to
are extremely scarce and that the operators are not to be influenced by the present prices of
spirits. While there is a firm conviction that the price of spirits reached their lowest ebb a
few weeks ago and that they will never go that low again, there is but little to indicate that
operators will be justified in departing from their resolutions made on January a1t.
Operator have an excellent opportunity at the present time to regulate conditions. There
never was a time in the history of this great industry when the operator was in a better posi-
tion to help 'himself and to help the industry in which he is engaged than now. If he will take
the advice of the honest factor and of the executive committee of the Turpentine Operators'
Association and continue to restrict his output he will profit by it. But there must be a united
effort in this direction. _

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4 THB WBrKLY INDUSTRIAL RECORD.



WHITE OAK SPIRITS BARRELS

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

Write to Columbus Barrel Mfg. Co., Columbus, Ga., or to HENRY EL SON. Flerid Mgr., Jacldus- llf. ra.
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Puely Personal


Mr. H Tatum, a prominent operator
of DeLand, has been in the city for the
past few days Mr. Hough ali came up
from Delad this week.
* *
Mr. W. W. Cummer has returnea rrom
a business trip to Alachua and Levy coun-
ties.
* *
Capt. W. J. Hillman, of Live Oak, who
has been in the city this week, and who
spends a good share of his time in Jack-
sonville, says that Live Oak has had an-
other big fire, but that it has not dampen-
ed the business enterprise of the people
of that place, who are going right ahead.
Live Oak now boasts of one of the best
hotels south of the Mason and Dixon line.

Mr. J. A. Cranford left Thursday, ac-
companied by his wife, for Havana. He
is to spend some time in that part of Cuba
and will see all the sights there are to be
seen. He expects to be gone 6 -, ..verma
weeks.
.
Mr. C. P. Dusenbury, formerly the effi-
eient secretary and treasurer of the Con-
solidated Naval Stores Company, is now
prominently connected with the Chatta-
nooga Pottery Company with headquar-
ters in this city. Mr. Dusenbury s one of
the best posted men in the naval stores
trade.

Mr. J. C. Stanley, president of the Coun-
cil Tool Company, was in the city Tues-
day. He was accompanied by Mrs. Stan-
ley and they made their headquarters at
the Duval Hotel.

Mr. W. A. Evans, of Fernandina, one
of the largest shippers of lumber in this
State, was at the Duval hotel Tuesday.

Mr. G. A. MeLeod, a prominent banker
of Tampa, was in Jacksonville Monday

The Duval Hotel is now the popular re-
sort for those connected with the naval
stores business. Nearly all the operators
who come to this city make that their
headquarters.
*
Mr. John L. OLeary, of Wileox, was
among the visitors to Jacksonville on
Monday.

Mr. William (. Davis, of the firm of L.
A. Davis & Brothers, of Crandall, Nassau
county, was in the city on Tuesday. This
firm has one of the largest sawmills in
the tate at Crandall, on the St. Mary's
river, and loads lumber on schooners right
at their mills.

Mr. Charles V. Miller, a prominent naval
stores operator of Ocala, was in the city
Tuesday.

Mr. F. J. Knight, of Bartow, was in
Jacksonville Wednesday on business. He
is one of the biggest holders of real estate


S Industrial Record's Buyers' Directory
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T. G. Huthiason, Jacksoville, PFh.
Walter Mueklow, JacksMovile, Fi
ABSTRACTS.


Realty Title & Trust Co., Jackonville,
Fla.
AXZE
J. D. Weed & Co., Savannah, Ga.
BANKS.
Commercial Bank, Jaeksonville Fa.
BIEE-WHOLESALE
(Cha. Blum a Co., Jacksavill, a.
.oeph Zapt & Co., Jacksrvie. la
BARREL STAVES..
Bat COaat Lumber Co, Watertow,
FlorMids.
BOXZ8 AND CRATES.
Cummer Lumber Co., Jacsonville, pFa.


CROCKERY.
Knight Crokery and Fm
Jackeearinl, Fla.
CLOTHING.
Crag & Bro., J. A, Jaksoaville. Fla.
standard Clothing Co., Jacksville, PFa.
COPPER aMImTH.
MMI.-- Brther, Jareksvmie, Sran-
ash ad Moble.
M. A. Baker, Braswick, Ga.
COOPIRAGE.
l brids Coopera Lo.Jaek vile, Fia.
Atlantic Cooperage CO., Jacksonville, Fla.
DRUGS.
Wm. D. Jons, Jacsoaville, Fa.
DRUGS-WHOLSBALE.
Groover-Stewart Dreg Ok, Jacksorvlle,
PTig 0ra6, Taeqm, Ite.
t Dra O Jambrmewvf 1i.
DRY GOODS-WHOLEU ALX.
Covintea Co. The. Jacksville, Fla.
ELECTRIC LIGHT AND POWER
PLANT.
Karl Fries, Brunswiek, Ga.


SehoBeld's Bos Co., J. 8., Maoa, Ga.
L mbard Ire Works sat Bfpply O., Aa
Karl Prie, Bruawiek, OGa.
FURKWIURKx
Knight Crockery ad PFuritre C.,
Jaeksaville, Fa.
RaI la, JackLoville, Fla.

FERTILIZER&
Borm & Co., Wm. A., Jackmovlle, Fa.
FOUNDRIES.
Rnhofisbe's So Co., J. ., Maeoa, Ga.
Lombard Iron Works & Supply Co., Au-
guta, Ga.
FUN RAL DIBRCTOR.
The Chan. A. Clark Co., Jackmoavill, Fla.
GA&
Jekacovllem. aMe Ok, Jackeonvllie, la.


GUnTS' FUmIHSB&
Standard Clothigw Co., Jad vi, Ma.
Stuart-Bernstela Ca, Jaksvile, Fk.
rsig & Mro. J. A, Jmaeavll Ik.
GROCERS-WHOLUALN.L
Williams Co., J. P, Savanah. Ga.
Young O, John R., Savannah, O.
HARDWAZZI
Bond & Bours C. The, Jaeksonvilfl, 1.
Briggs. W. ., Hardwar Co., Vaiumta 0
W ed Co.. J. D., BavT a.
HAY AND JRAIN.
Houm Co.. Wi. A.. Jackeonville, Fl.
HATS.
Craig & Bro., J. A., Jackronville Va.
Standard Clothing CG. Jackioavils 1%
HOOP IDEM.
J. D. Wead & Co., Bavaanh, Oa.
BOTBL&
Duval Hotel, Jacksmville, Ph.
Zahm's European Hotel, Jackruomille, F
IRON WORKS.
ehoekld's BSoa Co., J. 8., Maeso. Ga.
JKWXLKUL
R J. J. Rilm C, Jdesavimlla, HL
oreelestf & Croby Ca., Jacmrville, 1k
Hem & S ger, Jaeacviell, A.

LUMM.
AMt Oast lumber 0e, WatWt6wm,
Florids.
FIketda.
LIQUOR.
Blum t Co., C~s., JaksovmylU, F1.
Altmayer & Fiatau Liquor O,, Mam,
Ga, and Jackdmovi0, Fe.
Josph Zapt & Ci. Jaekavfla, Fa.
MzDICINL.
Spencer Mediemo Co.. Ckattaaooe, Tem.
MACHINE WORK.
Sechodeld%' Boa Ca., J. S., MaSa, Oa.
Lombard Ire. Warka. Au.t, OG.
MATERIALS FOR luxPm usm Pi .-

Sebodehid Som Co., J. S., Maem, Ga
METAL WOREE.
MKcim arke. Ca, JadmmMs, Iu-
nak and NelMi.
Bakr, M. A, Brmmwlk, G., andt lm-
eoin Pa.
MILL SVPP&lM
8chomeld', Soa Co, J. 8., Maaso, Ga.
Tamps Hardware Co., Tampa, Fa.
Weed & Co.. J. ID, avanbah. Ga.
Brigge Hardware Co, Vaadt, Ga.
Lombard Iron Works & Supply Co., An-
guta, Ga.


ta.aseefw Naval mares Us., 0
v1ki, 1k.
Wet-Flynm-Harib Co, Jaaaeuvmfle, F1.
Wiliam O., J. P.. svanuah, Ga.
Young C., John ., Svmh Ga.
Sasrmn ates Naval me Cal, u nS-
ash. G.



PHOSHATE SUPPLIES.
Tsmpa Hardwer GO., Tampa, 1K.
PLAINO MILL.
Daval Pleanl MIm o., Jacksmavnla, F
PHOS HAT' M IACKraKr.
Lombard hIro Wotk & Supply Oa, Au-

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AWmILLAL
Lombard Ies Wor ks upply Ok, As
-sta GI.

MeBor & o.. Wm. A.. JmknvillBe PMs
IP YARDS.
Cummear Imber Oa., 1Ja06. sOaU1 F1.

Hutchisom h a., 0Jacimmilhmd Fi.
Joe. RoeMbnm ose J. savanum, O

Clyde StmMddp O. The. New York Cisy
TAmiB.
0. M. DIvis & San, PIatha, l .

ebrTdOae Som (., J. S, ama.r Ga.


Atlantic .A.m a d, Jacka O-ik, la,

Atri, kTs
s .ca, .la
X8UrerMit lint Ca, jvddo u
sUavamh a Uhe
TDE88 LANMS.
Jamksavifle lh, egmad OL, Jada

TORm K TOOLS.
omr"n Tool O.. Jackllauvi. la.
O-n Td O, 0. a as a i. lu
J. D. Weed & Oi., Savuna, Oa.
WATCHES*1.
GreMaaf Ceomby Co., Jaskmroill, 1M
Hm & Sliner, Jamkevill. ik.
J. iles Co6, JacksoMflm Fl .
TLLOW PINE LUMER
Cunmer Lumber O. JkaMyfle, Fk.
st COMA lumber C. WafrtOum.f


mu.. =Wkm WM. D. JONEI
Tamps Mosmanda Warin Tams.Fl


MULES AND *0888
W. A. Cook, Tampa. L.
NAVAL STORE
Peninsular Naval Stores Co., Jacksonville
and Tampa, Fla.
Barnes & Jam.p O., Jackevfls Fa.


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FAMILY DRUQQIST
107 E. EAY ST.
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TH WEKL Y INDUSTRIAL RECORD. 5


'E GROOVER-STEWART Dm oO..

Waeft ars @hIab De la*e. Sw.dras ale, emmmassy e mso

sinot Florida and has grt many CLOSD ow ME Spirits Ranged Firm With Price at 25 Cents
thousands of re of timber Isa. Penaeola, Feb. 4.--le immense saw
mill plant of Stearn & Clver, at Bagdad, for the W eek.
I4. F. M Harp, wo ta, naval st east of Penacol, closed down toniht, There was but little change in the rosin market for the week, keeping up the
farm at Citra, in this State, was i the the reason being that the men had refused spirits market for the past week after advantage of last week.
city Tuesday. to accept a reduction in wages amounting last Saturday's trading. Fifty-two cents Stocks are about the same today as they
to 15 cents a day each. The manager of was the closing price at Savannah and were at the closing last week. At Jack-
Jacksonville and Thursday found the price sonville and Savannah there has been but
Am g the visit to Jk il the big concern, which operate two im- the same with frmness which suggested little change in either spirits or rosins.
Wednesday was Mr. J. I Stringfellow, a mense plants, submitted a proposition an advance for next week. At the close Thursday Savannah had in
prominent naval stores operator, who is Saturday to the men to reduce wages 16 The rosin market was about the same as spirits stocks to the amount of 25,368
interested in several places in Florida cents each man, or else close down, stat- last week, with an advance in the lower and Packsonville 19,930. In rosins Savan-
g tht th m ket did nt jsti the grades and a decline in the grades from nah had Thursday 99,937 and Jacksonville
Mr. B. F. Chmp, of W te prings, the el of a year a.t did not jdutify the "K" up. Jacksonville proved the best 15,766.
onr soale of t year ago. The men declined to
owner of ame of the target maw mills in aeoept any reduction, so tonight the order
SState d m ufa of avawas give to lose mills and close log-
stores, w among the visitors to Jackson- going tired meCOPe ARAT MARKET REPORS
v Tuaday. eonsequently out of employment.SPIRTS OF TUmPZ mU FOR THS W K HX3X AND AT AVANMAt.
Mr. R. J. Knight, of Crystal Biver, e
f the most prominent bmae men Duval Planing Mill Co.
this tate, was in the city Wedneday. Ja. &H. Jr. v. Ja Sa. J. B Jan,. s 8
Sea a Aeh. JAm esc Aef i Saturday ...5l, 52 54 65 0 976 46 11119,80 27,566
something herself when it comes to grow- Have Us a Their We* Tuesday .... 152 52 40 203 18 7 193 331 19,1 27,887
p ta r i soed tht s i a r W 0 WO t Moneday .. ...5 52 84 0 5 172 57 152619,893 2%7
lag pineapples. DeSoto county i am of in Lbw i15 172s 57 2 11,94
oo Thursday .... 52 52 126 700 1,351 149 28419,930 68
the beat countie in Florida Pheeo 74 ROIN 0 TN Wi AND AT AVA4NAIL
Saturday. Monday. Tuesday. Wednesday. Thursday.
rst Train on Est Coast Leaves For Knight's J. Jat. iJ Jar. 8v". rav. Ja Bev.
WW .................6.75 6756.65 6.756.65 6.756.25 6.0 .65 6.50
K y. I WKU .................. 6.50 6.506.40 6.506.40 6.506.00 6.506.40 6.50
N .................... 6.00 6.005.90 6.005.90 6.005.75 6.005.90 6.90
M .................... 5.50 5.505.40 5.505.50 5.505.40 5.405.40 5.25
(From the Daily Times-Unio.) steamer Halifax is scheduled to leave K .................... 5.00 5.504.90 5.004.90 5.004.75 5.004.90 5.00
A train equipped with four sleeper, oe Knights Key at 8 p. in, and is due to ar- I ......................... 4.00 4.003.95 4.003.95 4.003.90 4.054.00 4.00
drawing roo ear and a baggage oash, rive in Havana harbor at 6 o'clock the H .................... 3.70 3.653.70 3.653.70 3.603.65 3.003.67 3.75
sad bearing rye store or more happy pas- following morning, and at a time when : .................... 3.60 3.653.00 3.703.65 3.603.66 3.603.67 3.66
F .................... 3.57 3,653.60 3.653.65 3.603.65 3.603.67 3.65
aers, slowly pulled out of the union Morro Castle, Cabnas fortress, the land- E ............ .... 3,56 3. 03.00 3.603.00 3.003.65 3.653.67 3.00
tati ast night at 8 o'elok, southbound scape and the entree to the harbor are D .................... 3,6 3.653.60 3.603.60 3.603.66 3.553.67 3.60
for Knights Key, the most southerly ral- seen to better advantage. CBA ................. 3.55 3.663.60 3.603.60 3.603.66 3.403.67 .3.0
way terminus in the United States. The With its limatic and geographical pe-
unamer eeent that the new extemsio culiarties the country opened up by the RIPORT OF IOdIS MOVEMKNT HLER AJD AT SAAJnIA.
weald be opened up, brought forth a del- new extension is far different than any i Bso. hipo. Bse tme~i
age ofquests for aeosmmodation aboard other region of the United States. It is Jai. gav. Jas. W. Jan. Hw. Jas. Aw.
t- tratn which will today christen the one of the strangest and mot picturesque
t Monday ................. 1 54 641 1,500 4351,067 1,337115,804 94,480
ew teminus, and "standing room nly" countries to be found the world over. day ................. 4 801,00 9 371 9
id have been secured aboard the train From Hqstead to Water's Edge the Wednesday ...............1 40 2,22 200 7 946 2,4 15,00 90,092
when t left. road traverses tte famous Brerglades sad Saturday ............... 34 2,167 0 976 630 1,35715,174 99,473
Awaiting the arrival of the train this mango swamps; with an ooessional sight Thursday ................. 84 2, 0 2,523 1,200 ,46815,766 ,937
afternoc at the Knights Key dock will of grouped pine tree.
rh the Peninslar and Occidental Cos- The road then strikes the group of is- *
pany's steamship Moatauk, which wll lands, and the great trestling begins.
envey those passeuger who inted visit- There are forty-two of these key on the Jacksonvi le,
Iag Key West to their destination. A&- route from Key argo to Key West, some
taok is due to arrive at the Key Wst peculiar formation.
pier just four homes after hearing the oiom Water's Edge, where the road This Hotel ha recently changed hands, and is under New Management
Knights Key dock. leaves the mainland, to Knights Key, the
An excellent schedule will be maintain- present terminus, the aggregate length of Throughly Renovated Throughout
ed by the boats of the steamship company the construction totals 72,884 feet, or i eadquarters lor Turpentlne Operators
between Knights Key and Havana, and to fourteen miles. The forty-seven miles of
the tourist it offers an exceptionally good unfinished work from Knights Key to F. BATOW STUBBS I. D. CRAWFORD,
opportunity to visit the Pear eo the Aa- Key West will make a total for the entire,
tiles without the loss of much time. Te extension a little over twenty-nine milse. Proprietor Mamag

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1J. A. Cason ftP 5I .J. F- mm~alr.at alwVlO.Pri. ent
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J. P. WILLIAMS COMPANY,:

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su-bet 01"0007 mouse,

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6 THE WEEKLY INDUSTRIAL RECORD.
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INDUSTRIAL RECORD
JAMS A. HOLLOMON, Edlir--Chi
L LA PONTIMSf. Amocie Eitor
A. H. MARSH. issl Ms-wer
L T. ARNOLD. AdverdiUg Manaer
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awennab. Ga.
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ste-nr u1 19K, as its ealsive offi-
Ie .L Adopted in anal Convention
Satebe' 1 as the orga alfo the a-
at Ail P aTt, 1l, as the official
he iR the ntata Cse Grower' As-
matim A!pte September 11, 19w, as
th em ly oarcua of the T. 0 A.
m --- ned to lumber people by peal
minti adopted by the GQorg 8wmllB


The MA pil t and the mea o-
l i the nimtril Resord Company
e located at th intersection of Bay and
)Twm Stree., Jadonvaill, S., in the
Short oi the reat turpenti.e ad
industries
Th v. hG, Go, osals e I the Board
aI Towds Boailu. sanv markIs ithe wrd-
i ape- ia Ml aterm market in the world.
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NOTEg TO PATRONS.
AB a f9er V ertiifin the l .-
J-t=is D-rece a end, ir=- tMerto
uMt be mea 4em t t the h e ree i
e if--s t -L. Aoaw a a- Mn -ie t
mam mesiu nder-- mW e rirm sti
-ge fer advertilg and mberiptisem ane
at eat fre the heme e*i when da
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Keep the boxn t aew

The Mid-Winter ipitla i demon-
stratg what Florida an do i farming
fruit growing and manufacturing. There
is an excellent display there

This week the prices of roin in Jack-
soville have ranged materially higher
than in Savannah, even account for the
increase in freight. There is a reason for
it.

It was a wise action on the purt of the
buyers of lumber in Jaksoaville to form
a lumber exchange. This is a day or o -
ganiation and the dealers in lumber
are to follow the example of dealers in
other liH .

That is good news which Mr. W. C.
Jackson brings from Volusia county. The
Record hope that all other section of
the naval store belt will have just as
cheerful information to impart.

One operator diviating from the mutual
understanding that the box cut for the
present year shall be small will do a
great deal of harm. We are prone to
watch our neighbor and to be influenced
acordingly.

Candidates are beginning to bid for the
turpentine Operators' vote. There are all
kinds of promises being made now. If
all of them are kept operators will have
only friends at Tallahassee when the new
admitaM tlon takes the res.


Here Is a Pretty Good Lesson For Other

Operators to Follow.

Mr. J. M. Cox, of the firm of J. M. Cox & Co., of Blountstown, on the Apa-
lachicola river, was a welcome visitor at the offices of the Consolidated Naval
Stores Company Thursday. He brought with him some pretty good information
in reference to the regulation of labor and the extent of the box cut in that part
of the turpentine belt. He said:
"I have been paying one and one-fourth cents for box cutting and can get all
the labor I want at that price. The box cut is being held down in our section. We
are going to pay fifty-five cents for chipping and forty cents for dipping. We can
get more labor than we will need at that price."
Mr. Cox suggests that the operators get together through their various sub-as-
sociations of the Turpentine Operator's Association and have an understanding now.
Chipping will begin now in a few days and there ought to be a uniform price set.
He believes that if all the operators will have an understanding in advance that the
prices which he is paying can be maintained, though he says there may be a
necessity for a slight advance in some sections.
What Mr. Cox suggests is of the greatest importance. There ought to be an
understanding and it ought to be had RIGHT NOW. If matters are allowed to go
along and each operator is to fix the price of shipping and dipping to suit himself,
then there a probability and in fact almost an absolute certainty that confusion
will mark operations for the coming season.
The Record appeals to the officers of the sub-associations, who have not al-
ready done so, to meet at once and have an understanding along these lines. It is
of the greatest importance.
There is a disposition now on the part of operators to carefully consider these
questions. While they are in this frame of Inind it is important that action be
taken.


Improvement of Cattle Badly Needed in

Florida.


The report of the Commissioner of Ag-
rieulture (Hon. B. E. McLin), gives as the
total number of oxen and stock cattle in
Florida on July 1, 1906, 708,078, and they
cattle were valued at $4,780,187, which is
a little over $7 a head. The same report
states a number of pure bred and grade
cattle as follows: Herefords, 388; Short-
horns, 366; Devons, 88; Abardeen-Angus,
12; making a total of 804, and valued at
*27,519, averaging a little over $4 a head.
These figures do not include cows kept for
milk, and so the dary breeds are not
reckoned in.
A native three-year-old steer off grass
weighs about 500 pounds, and would yield
about 240 pounds of dressed meat, worth
6 cents a pound, making its value $14.40.
A grade three-year-old steer weighs about
800 pounds, and would dress 450 pounds,
which at 6 cents a pound is worth $27.
Thus there is a difference in value of
about $1200 pr head in favor of grade
cattle at the present local market price of
meat. If we take the Eastern market
for a guide we find that the grade steer
commands at least 1 cent a pound more
than the native. At the price then of 7
cents per pound a three-year-old grade
steer will sell for more than double the
sum that a native would fetch.
The trade herd will perhaps cost 25
per cent more to keep than the native
herd, for a range that would support 100
head of native cattle can only support
about seventy-five head of grade cattle.
This is due to the grade being a larger
animal, and hence requiring more food
for maintaining and building up it body,
just as a large horse requires more food
than a pony.
That it costs more to raise a grade steer
is no argument in favor of the native.
There is a profit at the present time in
keeping The native, but there is a larger
profit in the grade. After deducting 25
pFr cent for the greater cost of keeping,
the value of the grade is still nearly doa-
ble that of the native.


our cattle is that we might thus be en-
abled to produce enough beef to fully sup-
ply our home demand. By home demand
we mean the beef consumed within the
State of Florida. As already stated the
grade steer produces nearly double as
many pounds of beef, and beef of a better
quality than does the native. If Florida
produced all its own meat itself, this
would mean the keeping at home of sev-
eral hundred thousands of dollars each
year, which would then be paid over to
the stock famrers of the State.
The native cows or steers resemble ani-
mals of the dairy breeds with regard to
beef production. They lack the width
and thickness of loin, the round full quar-
ter, and the thick, well-covered rib, all of
which are so characteristic of animals
bred for beef. The beef steer makes its
increase in weight in these parts that are
valuable for meat. The frame of the na-
tive is small and narrow, and though
when it is fattened it makes a good gain
in weight, yet the gain is made in those
parts of the body that are of little food
value, as the fat around the kidneys and
viscera. The animal that makes the gain
in weight in the valuable cuts, such a
the loin, quarter, and rib, is naturally the
most profitable.
The impovement of cattle by grading-
up is not difficult. The one important
point is the selection of a good sire. Tht
sire should be a pure bred animal of one
of the beef breeds, and not produced from
a cross or mixture of breeds.
The usual objection is the cost of a
pure bred sire. This may be $100 or $150.
True, this does seem a great price to one
who is accustomed to purchase a native
bull for *25.
If a farmer has a herd of fifty cows the
increased value of the first lot of calves
would more than pay for the pure bred
sire. Suppose that the first lot of calves
from the pure bred sire numbered thirty.
At the end of three years the gain in sell-
:ng price over native stock would be


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younger ealvee, and suppose that aB a-
sold for beef, while in reality the beier
would be retained to improve the hLrd.-
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New Smyrna Wants Int Ir
New Swyrna, Feb. 56.-~Th wa a
called meeting of the Board of Trade il
Tuesday night to consider a prIpolties
from Mr. John T. HammEan, preedi c
the State Bank of New Smyrna, to go p
Washingtona in the terest of the New
Smyrna inlet memorial which will o
up at this session of Cb(gres It was
the unanimous vote of the Bard that Mr.
Hammond go to WThdigta t the
earliest date possible and that th.Beamd
of Trade pay his expenses. Mr. Hamus d
volunteered to go if it wue the wish of the
Board of Trade, regardless of exp-em, bst
the Board insisted on payaig his ezpise




WATCHES

That Keep Time.

And that keep time under -y and al eir-
eumstancea, are what turpentine and lum-
ber men require.
These requirements are not met in every
watch, a all men know. It takes a goo
watch to stand the rough unge of the
woods, so when you want one to stand
these exposures and to look ies, too-
one that you ean use in the woe or in
the parlor-let s show you some of ors.
We are Timekeepers for the railroads
and always have the best. Send for eata-

lgR. J. R

R. J. RILES CO.,


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THE WEEKLY INDUSTRIAL RECORD.
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This Easy Chipper Saves time and Money.

.- Chip escapes easier on account of hollow back. RI
Cuts a shade streak easier as hollow back allows hack to .WI
to be closed more FOR
Gum flows easier as there is less steel to drag over the
fresh cut.


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

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COAST LIN CANAL TO BE PUSHED
So TO JACKSONVILLE
St. Augustine, Feb. 3-The officers and
mea of the Florida Coast Line Canal and
Transportation Compsay are hard at work
om preliminary details, overhauling ma-
chinery and making preparations to begin
am the final construction work on the
ast Coast canal, that of completing the
eats between waterways from this city
to Jacksonville.
The route has been definitely selected,
Asal surveys have been made and the act-
ual excavating work will commence as
moon as the machinery is equipped and on
the ground.
Two powerful excavators, which have
bea in course of construction on the
banks of the San Sebastian river here for
some time, have been completed and haul-
ed up to the North river, ready for work.
These will be used in excavating the solid
earth of the cuts between the natural wa-
terways, and will be followed by the
- dredge boats, cutting for a uniform depth
of water along the canal.
The company has been doing a great
dal of work preparing for the enlarging
and remodeling of the dredgeboat South
Carolina, which has already done its share
of the work on the canal south of here.
The South Carolina has been in almost
enstant operation on the canal for a long
time and is consequently in great need of
repair, and will practically be rebuilt.
To accomplish this, the company has
coastructed a dry dock alongside the ca-
mal at a point near the dam. The dry
dock was connected with the main canal
Sby a lock canal. In this the South Caro-
lin was floated, then raised and now lies
solidly on a cradle in the dry dock, ready
for operations. The dry dock is ninety
by eighty feet in dimensions, so that the
workmen will have ample room in which
to work while enlarging and repairing the

The South Carolina, which now has a
beam of thirty feet, will be widened to
thirty-eight feet, and, in addition, will be
entirely overhauled. As soon as the hull
is completed it will be brought up to this
eity, where new and much more powerful
machinery will be installed. She will
then be ready for work on the final cut
of the canal. It will take fully two
months to complete the work on the boat.

COATWIU LEM
PUT UP FREIGHTS.
New York, Feb. 4.-For the first time
all coastwise steamship lines with service
between North and South Atlantic ports
have announced an even basis of freight
rates. It is "lining up" of rates, accord-
ing to the freight traffic managers, says
the Journal of Commerce.
Schedules prepared by each of the fol.
lowing lines state that the new rates are
now in effect. Clyde, Old Dominion, 8a-


vannah Line and Merchants and Miners
Transportation Company.
The first three classes of freight are
increased 2 cents per 100 pounds and the
second three classes 1 cent for 100 pounds,
thus including dry goods, groceries, boots
and shoes, hats and cape, and practically
all general merchandise shipments.
The commodity rates on cotton, bag-
g ing, sugar, grain, turpentine, iron, iron
and steel implements, etc., are not affect-
ed, except that a number of the articles
which heretofore have enjoyed commodity
rates have been cut out altogether and
transferred to the regular classes, which
means that it will cost more to transport
them in future.
While the new rates are on the same
basis for shipments in each direction, it
must be remembered that a majority of
the merchandise goes from New York,
Boston and Philadelphia to Southern ports
and for that reason it is probable that the
chief protests will come from the merch-
ants of Norfolk, Charleston, Savannah,
Brunswick and Jacksonville.
The freight trafie manager of one com-
pany, in discussing the new schedules,
said: "The 'lining up' of coastwise freight
rates which, has just been accomplished
should have become a reality ten years
ago when the prices of labor and the cost
of ship operation first began to jump.
But, unfortunately, the conditions of man-
agement with some of the lines in the
past was such that the others thought it
unwise to attempt to force any changes,
although it was generally recognized that
the rates were not in keeping with the
cost of service.
"The shippers have no grounds of com-
plaint-absolutely none," he continued;
"they have enjoyed rats on merchandise
to which they wer not entitled, and if
they stop to think they will realize the
truth of the statement. For that matter,
the increases provided for in the new
schedules are not as large as they should
be. although no further increases are con-
templated. Coastwise shippers are get-
ting splendid service and they should be
willing to pay fair rates for it."

TRUCK FARMING WILL PAY NEAR
JACKSONVILLE.
(From the Jacksonville Metropolis.)
There are in the vicinity of Jacksonville
s,:ne of the best trucking lands in the
State. This has been demonstrated by the
character of truck raised by those who
have been making this a business and
who have been supplying .the Jacksonville
market.
But there is not enough truck grown in
Duval County to half supply the city of
-:ceksonville. and this is so in face of the
fact that those who have been growing
vegetables about here have been doing so
aat a great profit. There are some in-
stance- where truck farmers have come
from counties which are the trucking cen-
ters of the State and had a much greater
s:-ec.ss here than they had there.
The time has come when the city of
Jacksonville will have to take this matter


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FOR SALE
Rate for this column is 2 cents per word
tur lrs insertion and 1 cat per word for
following insertioU No advertisement
taken for less than 40 eents for Ant, and
20 cents for following insertions. Caah
must accompany orders unless you Jmve
an account with us
WANTED--All eomnissares to lean up
their barns of all kinds of aeed sacks and
burlaps. We buy everything in the way
of sacks. Write us. American Fibre Co.,
Jacksonville, Fla.

FOR SALE-A good turpentine place in
West Florida. Price reasonable. Will send
schedule on application. Address "Tur-
pentine Operator," Box 103, DeFuniak
Springs, Florida. 1-4-4t
WANTED-A number of honest young
men from this vicinity interested to read
our convincing catalogue. (Free). Tampa
Business College (The College with a home
for its students.) Tampa, Fla. L. M.
Hatton, President. 1-11-2 mos.
FOR SALE-Small turpentine place for
cash. Price $8,00.00. Good backing. Ad-
dress Operator, care Industrial Record. tf
FOR SALE CHEAP-One good turpen-
tine place, 41/ miles from railroad, good
freight rates. No money required. Terms
for purchase price. Easy payments.
Schedule on request. Plenty labor to work
place. A. B. Powell & Bro., Lena, Ia.
1-4-4t

WANTED-NAME FOR NEW HOTEL.
Now Nearing Completion at Waycross, 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
of Hotel Company will make selection of
name from suggestions received.
Address,
Waycroas Hotel Company,
Waycross, Ga.

POSITION WANTED-As manager tur-
pentine place. Long experience. Can con-
trol labor. Sober and industrious. Best
of references. Operated for Chase & Co.,
Gainesville, in 1907. J. H. Blackwell, Fair-
banks, Fla. 1-25-3t


WANTED-A stillman to run a 26-bbL
still. stilL Must have good reeommendas
tions. Apply at once to the Mexima Trad-
ing Co., Morelia, Mien., Mexico.
1-4-4t
A successful operator bringing fft
lands can buy an interest on eay terms,
or get position as woodsman, seven miles
west of Suwannee River on Coa t IAme
Ten thousand acres round timber. Good
building and equipment every way..
Healthy place. Four crops virgin, eleven
2d and 3d year. Gaulden, Eugene, Fla.
2-7-08-3t

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TAMPA MONUMENTAL WORKS,
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Monuments, Iron Fencing and Italian Statuary Headstones.
NO OB TOO LARGE. NO JOB TOO SMALL.
MAIN OFFICES 310 ZACH STREET, TAMPA. FLA


a nd sisnt that the lands of I
y, and eapecly those adjae
the city, are utilized for feeding the
pie of the city. At present Jackcse
n pyin freight and express from
prtof the tate, and it is a fact
the seeo d ad third grades of vegeti
ces here aad the first aad fancies g
the Northern markets. In truth it ii
cells whih are unloaded on this city,
they sell for about as much here as
An bay first am green goods in
York, after freight has been paid f
thouaad miles. If Duval County u
dtilise her lands for the growing of t
aad for the raising of stock, this
would be better provided for. It is
to e thi matter some eoaideratio
Tle Jacksonville Development Com]
has had inquiries for truck lads, mad
supply the very best lands, convesie
located for trucking. These lands ar
a good had read and within twenty
as from the cty.
. There is money in raising truck
Jcksonville.
VYetaea M ing from Das Cenl
The farmers in this portion of I
county are sending forward large qu
the of al kinds of vegetables to
northern markets and the young e
are in the best of condition. Their
every prospect that the late erop wil
the largest (not in acresge) ever hi]
frb this portion of Dade county.
qatlty of vegetables that are b
shipped is ane. A few nights since t
was aso apprehension that the therm
peter might get a little lower than
farmers desired, but a kind Provid
turned the wind to the eastward and
mercury only fell to about 45 deg
Thos far this season there has not 1
cod enough to do any damage and
farmers are all in good spirts and I
an abiding faith in this portion of I
ida for growing vegetables in the wi
moths for the Northern markets. :
settlers are coming in and purchasing 1
egetable sad ruit ands and there
movement in ity property. The ei
groves are in the best of condition and
beginning to put on a new growth. 3
go and Avocado trees are blooming
sendy, which indicates a large ro
these frnuta

ire at A-man Desire Cumminu
Palatka, Feb. 4.-The news of the b
ng saturday night of the Cumming
mill at R3dmea, about twelve miles so
weMt of hre, was received by all Pa
kns with sincere regret, as the put
out of commission temporarily, at 14
of an industry of tis kind, means a g
deal to Putnam county. It has not 1
learned what the origin of the fre


auval but as the means for fighting it were mea-
dt to gre, as would naturally be expected at a
pe -
Lvfle, point so remote, the inevitable result of
Either complete destruction was to have been ex-
that pected. One of the dry kilns was saved
tables from the hungry flames after the most
o to heroic work on the part of the employes
s the
and and residents of that little place.
one A vast quantity of yellow pine lumber
New was conaumed, which it will take several
ora months to replace after the mill is re-
rould
ruck built. As Rodman is purely a saw mill
eity settlement, by virtue of the Cummings'
time interests there, this calamity has wiped it
. off the map commercially, and the unfort-
pan unate people of that community have rea-
ntly son to feel distressed over the outlook.
e on The loss will run up to at least $S,000 or
mih- $0,000, it is said.
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B. B. Wells. Seeretiry mnd Treasurer.

DILECTOILS C. H.. arnee. J. A. Ewl S. Hll,
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FACTS ABOUT T E aMEORD-oOIRULATIon AIN
ADVERTJInrG.

Here are two positive testimonials for The Industrial
Record which we present briefly:
A few. weeks ago the following advertisement ap-
peared in the For Sale column of the paper. The printer
failed to add the name and address, and naturally the
replies came for a time at this office. During the week
following the publication of the advertisement for the
first time there were received at this office fifty-two
replies, which we forwarded to Messr. A. B. Powell &
Brother. That is only a part of the number of replies
which they received, for the omission was discovered and
corrected in the next issue. Here is the advertisement
in question:
"FOR SALE CHEAP-One good turpen-
tine place, 414/ miles from railroad, good
freight rates. No money required. Terms
for purchase price. Easy payments
Schedule on request. Plenty labor to work
place. A. B. Powell & Bro., Lmen, La."

Here is a letter on circulation which speaks for itself:
Huntington, N. Y., Jan. 3, 1908.
Industrial Record, Mr. A. H. Marsh, Manager.
Dear Sir-Through the Board of Trade of Jacksonville
I have received a copy of The Industrial Record, in which
I found so much interesting matter that I am enclosing
money for future copies.
Yours very truly,
WM. H. BELL,
Huntington, Suffolk County, N. Y.
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I F TYoe Wat a Turpentine Lecatin?
You Want a Satwld Lwoaton?
S You WMt ay Kind of Frmld LaMd?
You Me BusinsM gs?
CeaD n -o Wtr ee s

J. H. Livingston & Sons,
OCALA. rLOIJDA.
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Mr. W. C. Jackson, who came up to
.lacksonville this week from DeLand,
states that there are but few boxes being
cut in Volusia county. Mr. Jackson be-
lieves that the box cut this year will be
about twenty-five per cent of what it was
last year in that county.
Labor, he states, is being weaser regu-
lated now and the indications are that
these conditions are to improve as the sea-
son advances.
A feature of box cutting this year has
been the lateness for beginning work. Few
boxes were cut before January 1st. Price
for cutting boxes is being held dow.
Mr. Jackson is one of the most promi-
nent operators in the State and is inter-
ested to a great extent in other branches
of the business.
Others who have visited Jacksounvua
this week say that the box cut is being
well held down, with the exception of
Nassau county and Duval county, where,
it is reported, there is an increase. It is
said that Mr. J. R. Wilson, who is inter-


es
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but a report.
There are others in Duval county wi
are to increase their outplt the om
season.
In the meantime the gratifyig muer-
mation is given that the box eat m to be
reduced and that thee will nt. be as
much spirits produced this year a there
was last year by ffteen per eat. at least.
Outside of what is reported frm Duval
and Nassau counties in this bmeLu s~
is every reason to believe that the gures
which are given by Mr. Jaekson for Volu-
sia county will prevail througnet the
naval stores belt. In Alabane, Min elp-
pi and Louisiana the bo eat s beg heM
down as it is here.
The factors who have the bet interest
of the operator at heart eodnad that the
box cut should be held down and tbey are
still awaiting and advising operators not
to become influeeed by the rest adames
in spirts.
It has been suggested that evea a Du-
val and Nassau counties that with the in-
crease in box cutting, that the prodeMston
will not be as great another year ao ae-
count of a great deal of the timber in the
two counties having bee worked out.







10 THE WEEKLY INDUSTRIAL RECORD.


Southern Drug Mfg. Company
WHOLESA E DRUGGISTS AND MANUFACTURERS OF
Flavoring Extracts, Packed Drugs, B. B. Bluing. Vinegar and Pyne's Popular R-oemdioe
We handle everything in the Drul and Medicine line. Write for prices. JACfSONVILLE, FLA.


INVENTOR AND
M* *O BAK ER MANUFACTURER OF
BAKER IMPROVED SEAMLESS TURPENTINE STILLS.


THE


BEST TANKS
ON EARTH *
Ar mad in Paltka, Ms., by G. IM Da i a&
Son. They s elected p wood. Wrk-
maMnhip equal to the quality of the material.
and the combination n is abutely ae
for araility. Write them forpri and
M .ratio before you buy a tank.
0. A. DAVIS a SON. PalatkaF, la.


W. a. HNIDERSON, Prs.
L & CRAFT, Vice-Prs.


Wrie me stpew f. O. . any point in the turpentine belt
Al stills sold under a Suarnteeo.
JOB WORK THROUGH THE COUNT RY PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO
The Largest and Oldest Copper Works in the South.
My speelalty is large worms a' d heavy bottoms that do not leak
BRUNSWICK, GA. and PENSACOLA, FLA.



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We aply Was a call. We can show y"e, at correct and mosey
saIng prices, may papers of lose pre white, perfect
DIAMONDS. It Is er desire to cosatme belag the largest
Db amoa dealers Is Jacksonville, and er specialty Is flue roemd-
eur cgem and hig-grade Waltham and ettg Watches.
SI l 0 PDDiamonds, Watches, Jewelry.
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Craig Bros Co.
239 W. BRy Street EVERETT BLOCK.

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

Agents for Dunlap and Stetson Hate; largest stock in the City.
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JNO. SAVARESE, e
R. T. RICHARD, Sesy.


TAMPA DRUG CO.
Wholesale Manufacturing Druggists,
TAMPA, FLORIDA.
Full and complete ltne of all minds of Dreas, Chanmcal
and Patent Medcines.
SPECIAL ATTENTION 10 COMMISsARY TRADE.
PROMPT ATTENTION TO ALL ORDERS.
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GENERAL OFFICES GERMANIA NLDG. SaUennah. G.
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NAVAL STORES FACTORS.
i NAVAL STORES RECEIVED AT SAVAMAHr, GA, JACKSON VILL"
FLA, AMND F .AlIIMA,. F..
Wholesale Grocers also Dealers in Hay. Grain and Heary
a Harnmebs,

SSOLE AGENTS fo te ieed Union T eiir' AtM,
and WA &1 M ii& a fmdhla m Tar.
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SAVANNAH, GA. JACKSONVILL, FLA TAMPA, PA"
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eetern States Naval Stores Co. WILLIAM A. BOURS & COMPANY
TSdknrn States Naval Stores Co. UW ME IEE.S
Savannah, Ga. Hay, Grain, Feed, Garde
Factors and Commission Merchants Seeds Pltry Supples, flor,
Ship to Savannah Get Competition Highest Prices Promptest Returns S s, l S l .
Correspond With U. Grits, Meal and ertlzers
OUR MOTTO: Prompt shipment, e1e osoo 6 caltdoso r..


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Commission Merchants
and Wholesale Grocers
Raehing Poilts-JacksoellWe, Tampa and Fernaudina,
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J. D. WEED & CO.,


Savannah, Georgia

HEADQUARTERS FOR


Hoop Iron and Turpentine

Boxing Axes.


:Millan Bros.


PLANTERS

"Old Time" Remedies
THE JOY OF THE HOUSEHOLD.
Them four great remedies, Nuhles T, ia Coub" AdetWk -
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for wife, hildre, self or tok. With thee remedies you keep th
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BKaEDICTA is a womra's mediein. It will cure all the dimm e immon ta
women, and eleed as Female Troubles. It will bring youth back to the arm woma ,
who ha emene su firing beseim she thought t woman% oi. It w eam wr t th
yo un igm just atert wommahood; and prepare the youe wm- fr the mass
dutis of wife and mother.
CUBAN .I urE-Tbe instant Paint Killer, for either ma ar beast. lle
intently, Colic, Cramps, Cholera Morbus, Diarrhoea, Dyt-teray a S isk BnmaM
for cole in bors it h an infallible remedy and is guarated to gve rs is *e
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Write e for Priee.
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J. P. COUNCIL. Tress and Ges' Mgr.

THE COUNCIL TOOL CO.,
General Offices: JACKSONVILLE, FLA
Factory: WANNANISH, N.X C.
afm are of. N. th a e-rse Tva
fop amma 1Fomes fesem,


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Press. TreWs.


JNO. B. NARNIS,
Vice Pres.


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Secy d &eOf" 4g.


Florida Cooperage Company
(ancorpoed) Capital to00k S1OOa0
MANuVrCFA~WIrS or
Turpentine, Cotton Seed Oil, Dip

and Syrup Barrels.
Offlee and Fatory Enterprie and Este Streets.
Telephone 1855 Jacksonville. Fla.


Southern Copper
Works

Manufacturers of TURPENTINE STILLS
Complete Outfits and Extra Kettles, Camp, Arms, Worms, Fur-
nace Doors and Grates always on hand
Old Stills taken in part New Work and repairing done
payment for in the country


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0TH SOUTH. (EstaUblhed in zli.)
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quarts, 550, express prepaid.
GED. J. OOLEAIAN-Pure Rye; Rich
and Mellow. By the gallon 2.75; four
fll quart, $3.00, express prepaid.
ANVIL RYE-Pure Substantial Family
SWlskey. By the gallon *.50; four full
quarts 2.90, express prepaid.
CLIFFOBD RYE-By the gallon $.25;
four full quarts $2.65, express prepaid.
OLD KKNTUUKY CORNP-Direct from
Bonded Warehouse; fine and old. By the
gallon $3.00; four full quarts $3.0, express
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you want to keep posted on the news, get
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JAMCKSOMILLE fLORA


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Turpentine Cup.


The best and simplest cup
on the market. Detachable
Greater Capacity, easier
dipped ,more easily placed
on tree, atrogr and pra-
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price "lt write


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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 jewelry of every descrip.
tionsthat lives up to what we represent it to be. Welhave some
excellent Shaving Sets, Fine Umbrellas, Silver Handle Pocket
Knives, etc., etc,


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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.
WRITE FOR CATALOG. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED.


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