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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 15, 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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The Price For Chipping,
Factor of Jacksonville state that there is every re-
som for the belief that the price of chipping this year s
to be below that of last, though Ul of them rgard it ua
important that there should be a muntal und'rstmdin
amoeg operator. Conditions are such a to warrant a
rednction n in the price of chipping well as in the price
of dipping and box cuttig. Most of the operator have
redu ed their scale of prices. 1Al of them should do so
Sad it is important u t j t a thi time that there be some
u ,aderstanding among operators.




S|JACKSONVILLE, FLA. SAVANNAH, GA.










TURPENTINE BARRELS ATLANTIC COOPERAGR CO.
MANUFACTURERS HAND-MADE TURPENTINE BARRELS
We have been Manufacturing our own Staves for years and select tha very best stock for our barrels.
Skilled Coopers employed. Just beginning business in Jacksonville and we solicit a share of your pat-
ronagc. Send us a trial order.
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James MCNAWt.
Viee-Prp-.


W. W. Wilder,
Sec. & Treas.


John R. Young Co.,


Commission
Merchants.


Naval Stores Factors. Wholesale Grocers.
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East Coast Lumber Co.
ROUGH AND DRESSED LONG LBAF

Yellow Pine Lumber


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

WATERTOWN. FLO oIDA


THE COMMERCIAL BANK
ELECTRIC LIGHT AND POWER PLANTS JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Braces: Ocala Id LA- City
FOR MILLS AND FACTORIES. The largest leading State Bank in Jacksonville. Is comduetd in as old-
Sfslhioned strictly conservative amer and is subject to regular examination
REMINGTON OIL ENGINES by the Comptroller.
OPEiRAING ON KEROSENE. e Individual and Savigs Aeeouts solicited.
H. N ROBINSON, W. OWEN, H. GAILLARD
AR FRI IMWI pMnt Vice-prmim. Cr
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CONSOLIDATED NAVAL STORES COMPANY.

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

OFFICERS.
WALTER F. COACHMAN, President; D. H. MeMILLAN, H. L. COVINGTON, JOHN H. POWEIL, R. B. POWELL and W. J. KELLY, Vice Presidents.
J. C. LITLE, Secretary and Treasurer at Jacksonville; J. Q. HODGES, Assistant Secretary at Savannah; J. K. ROZIER, Assistant Secretary at Pensaeola.
E, XI'yUJlIVIE COMMITTEE: W. W. Cummer, W. F. Coachman, W. J. Hillman, C. B. Rogers, and A. S. Hubbard.
DIECI1TOD S: W. J. Hillman, 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 "Consolldated" Is purely a co-operative Company. Its Interests are Identical with those
of the Producers. The patronage of turpentine operators everywhere Invited.
Two Million acres of Land and Timber for sale on easy terms.
Producers ere invited to call or correspond.


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WEEKLY


INDUSTRIAL


RECORD.


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New Orleans Newspaper Men Pay Jackson-

ville a High Compliment.

The New Orleans newspaper men who 'From these statements it is learned
were here to represent their papers, when that this port is already doing a good
the Louisiana port investigating commit- business in the handling of naval stores,
tee was in Jacksonville, have sent som and that a great portion of the business
Aattering recommendations for Jaeso=n which used to adhere to Charleston and
vlle to their pblations for a Savannah has come hee during the last
Without exception they lauded Jack- few years.
soville, its harbor, and its facilities, and In addition to this, the various cem-
praised to the full the movement look- nercial interests here are striving to
ing to the establishment of a cotton ware- make this port an exclusive handler of
house hee, work that the Board of what is known as 8ea Island cotton, i. e.,
Trade is now pushing to the utmost. that product which is indigenous to the
The correspondents, too, commented on islands along the coat of Florida and
the fact that the naval stores shipments the southernmost portion of Georgia.
were shifting from Savannah to Jacks=- "Last year about 80.000 bales of this
.vils, and that Jacksonville, by reason of staple were handled in Savannah, and a
ts splendid harbor and its natural loc- large amount at Charleston.
tic was bound to be the great naval ."The Jacksonville merchants contem-
stores shipping point Ilate the erection of a. large warehouse
This comparison of Jacksonville and for the storing of the bales.
avannah, to the advantage of the form- "It is only recently that Jacksonville
er, is of special interest, inasmuch as the has been considered as having the possi-
eoamision came to Jacksonville imme- abilities of a port, but through the agency
diately following a careful inspection of of the Federal government, appropriations
the Savrnah arbor. have been secured for the deepening of the
Mr. Clem 0. Hearsey, staff correspond- channel of the St. Johns river, until it
eat of the New Orleans Picayune, wired now has a mean depth of twenty-six
his raper the following dispatch, relative feet.
to Jacksonville, its harbor and its future: "At the wharves here, which ae as yet
"The commission, not as a body, but in their infancy, the bottom has been
individually, looked over Jacksonville dre1_ged to about fifty feet. so that the
psaibilities this morning and ascertained largest vessels can dock.
that Jacksonville is soon to have a big "Business heretofore has been confined
rotton warehouse and make a play for to coastwise shipments almost exclusive-
cotton trade. l-. there being two coastwise liners leav-
"The Sea Island cotton comes from in" here at regular intervals for the
Ihstern Florida and sections of Southern No-th Atlantic ports.
Georia, nd qute a crop is raised each "These have good terminals, and do a
year. Jacksonville is very favorably sit- large passenger and freight business.
heated on the St. Johls river and is "The labor supply here is entirely non-
twemty-six miles from the sea. union and confsts of negroes and Ital-
"he United States government has re- ians They are paid about the same
esatly expended several million ins wIaes as in Savannah.
dredging, and there is now channel to "t is rar that an ocean tramp puts in
the oaean twenty-six feet deep and 300 here and when it does t its to load lum-
feet wide. The river water ranges in her and naval stores t
depth from fifty to eighty feet close to -The port is twenty-eight miles from
the dicks and if the plan to deepen te he th ocean but a channel of thirty feet
river ehanel to a thirty-foot depth is mean depth is hoped for."
ever carried out Jacksonville will be one
of the important export cities of the RETAIL XiRCHANTS MiEET.
lsut, The annual convention of the State Re-
"Jacksonville is cutting in on Savan- tail Merchants' Association was adjourned
nak's aval stores business, and lumber Friday after a successful and profitable
exporting to an appreciable extent, and if two ay' session. On account of the fact
the Mfa Island cotton business is develop-
ed she will take considerable of the At- that there was a great amount of business
lantis port cotton trade, that could not be disposed of during the
"Th business men of Jacksonville are two days, the association will again meet
very enthusiastic over the southern devel- in this city Thursday, March 26, the pres-
ament generally, and Judge Cromwell ent officers holding over until that date.
Gibbons, a leading lawyer and former Representative attendances have char-
speaker of the House of Representatives acterized the sessions, ano a lively inter-
ave his opinion to certain attaches of the est was manifested by those present for
emaission from Louisiana that all the the bettering of the condition of the credit
smaller Southern cities should help in of the State.
udlnag up New Orleans as the great The prosperity of every community or
Southern metropolis, as well as them- State is largely due to its credit, state
eivea, and not add to New York's im- the members of the association. And it is
portanee a commercial center. their wish to make the credit of the State
"In Jaesoaville non-union labor is equal to the credit of any other State,
used a the docks, principally Italians and thereby protecting the interests of both
negroes, but the only regular ships that- the retailer and honest consumer.
come into the harbor are passenger and The work and purpose of the associa-
freight vessels bound to New York and tion have always been to reduce the le-
oestwise points." gitimate cost of doing business, as well as
The staff correspondent of the New Or- to assist the jobber and manufacturer.
lean Times-Demoerat was equally laud- Many matters of importance have been
story, wiring his paper, under Jacksua- considered during the convention, includ-
ville date line, as follows: ing mutual insurance, which has been suc-
"Jacksonville, Fla., Feb. &-In spite of cessfully conducted by the merchants. in
the fact that today was a rest day for other States.
the port investigators of Louisiana, At the close of the meeting a resolution
Chairman Cordill and his associates de- was adopted extending to the management
voted some hours to the inspection of the of the Florida Mid-Winter Exposition a
harbor and hearing what Jacksonville vote of thanks for the wind courtesies ex-
people had to say about what they ex- tended the association and pledging sup-
pemted to secure in the way of port facil- port of the enterprise throughout its con-
Mids. tinuance.


Purse Here to Organize Wood Vulcanizing

Compaiiy.


To organize a company for wood vulcan-
izing Captain D. C. Purse, of Savannah,
has been in the city this week. He was
joined here by Mr. Frederick K. Fish, of
New York, who is interested in wood vul-
canizing.
Capt. Purse has, during the past year,
paid several visits to Florida, bringing
with him samples of the treated wood and
proof absolute of the .results obtained.
This has done much to awaken interest,
and Tampa ant Pensacola, through busi-
ness men there, are already looking to
making State headquarters there. Jack-
sonville $en have also expressed a decided
interest in the movement, and the State
headquarters may come here.
All cylinders used in the State, either
by companies formed for vuloanizing
woods, by railroads, or other corporations,
must buy the cylinders to be used in Flor-
ida through the Florida company, and
hence the matter of establishing headquar-
ters is one that will benefit any city se-
curing it.
Precaution has been taken against al-
lowing any monopoly to be formed, how-
ever.
The parent company under which the
State companies are to be formed, will fix
for each State the maximum price that
may be charged, for cylinders, and compell-
inr sales of sylinders at these prices, which
will allow a lucrative profit. The one dis-
cretion in the matter of sales, however, is
that the State companies can refuse to sell
cylinders to be put in operation in what,
in their judgment, is too close proximity
to a cylinder or cylinders already estab-
lished.
The parent company will also protect all
b,yvers of cylinders in that a special rep-
-csentative of the company will superin-
tend the making of all cylinders and see to
it that they come up to specifications, and
will. furthermore, superintend the install-
ing of them and conduct the operations
until men on the ground have learned ex-
actly what is to be done. Thid is done
without anuv additional cost, and is taken
to prevent losses from lack of experience
or insufficient knowledge of the cylinders.
The cylinders can be made by any com-
pany of competence, and it is the desire
of the parent company, so far as is possi-
ble. to have the cylinders to be used in the
several States made in the States them-
selves. Th is method i taken in order that
the profits may be held within the State,
and not scattered abroad, and also be-
cause. once the process and its benefits are
understood, it is doubtful if any one fac-
tory could supply the demand.
A Macon. Ga., concern has already put
in a bid, which have proven satisfactory,
and has asked to be awarded the contract
for all cylinders to be manufactured, or,
in the event that is denied, for all cylinders
made to be used in the South.
This request, however, will not be grant-
ed. and bids will be asked for from Jack-
sonville firms, including the Merrill-Stev-
ens Company, and others. These bids will
be sent to every State company that is
organized. and to the parent company, and
will be at the disposal of ali intending pur-
chasers of cylinders.
As explained by Capt. Purse, the Howard
process of vulcanizing punky pine and
watery gum timber consists of subjecting
these woods to intense steam heat in a
huge steel cylinder. A certain degree of
temperatures is maintained for a few
hours and the aqueois properties of the
wood removed.
The dense fluids, the albumen and pitch
the natural preservatives of the wood,
are retained, evenly distributed in the
pores of the wood and the timber thus


treated is hermetically sealed and mad
practically proof against the decay of
time.
The hitherto useless turpelo gum, the
cyptrss trees and the sap pine beome,
under this process, as valuable as the
mahogany of South America, with the ad-
ditional advantage that it ha lees than
one-fourth the weight of that valuable
hardwood.
An idea of the practicabilit of the pr
cess may be gained when it I stated that
a plant consisting of a huge steel eylin-
der capable of receiving 1f00 fet of
timber may be established at a cot of
$1,500 to $3,000. Twenty hms of treat-
ment of the most squeois sad pulpy tim-
her converts that wood into a delay re-
sisting material which not only via with
but surpasses the most valuable impast-
ed hardwoods as to time resisting quali-
ties.
Not only has the wood thus treated
these desirable qualities, but it is aioc
capable of being give the mst beautiful
finish.
Capt. Purse exhibits spedseas of cy-
press, gum and sap pine trees t ed by
this process and finished by a cabinet
maker. At first glance the gum is taken
for rare old mahogany but turned over
on the other side appears to be the iect
grade of maple.
The same metamorphosis is aessa-
plished with the cypress and sap pine, the
latter being a wood which resists all
attempts to fire it in its green state ad
begins to crumble and decay the mmeat
the drying out process commences.
One fact of immense significance i re-
gard to lumber treated with the Howard
vulcanizing process s that every pore of
the wood is hermetically sealed for all
time.
This makes lumber so tread par e-
cellence the material for interior inihin
of dwelling houses.
Wood as used at prese t is a perfect
culture bed for germs of diase and
dangerous bacteria. Scientic invmetia-
tion has proven that the germs of dyph-
theria, scarlet fever and other dangerous
infectious diseases may be eommimirted
by the wood in the houe for months af-
ter such an infected person has been in
the room.
The Howard vulcanizing wood offers as
little ledgment for disease germs and
bacteria as does the polished surface of
porcelain.
ORGANIZED TO WORK FOR CANAL
TO TRAVZERS GORGIA.
Atlanta, Feb. 8-The Atlantis and
Great Western Canal Association was or-
ganized in Atlanta today, following the
annual dinner last night of the Atlanta
Chamber of Commerce, at which this
project received its boom. The prearet
were representatives from Georgia, Ala-
bama and Tennessee. Judge George Hill-
ver of Atlanta was elected president and
Walter 0. Cooper of the Atlanta Chamber
of Commerce, secretary. About twenty
vice presidents were elected, including W.
B. Stillwenn of Savannah, C. P. Goodyear
of Brunswick, J Pone Brown of Hawklns-
ville and John A. Betjeman of Albany.
The resolution relating to organisation
was adopted as follows:
"Resolved that those here pareeat, rep-
resenting the states of Georgia, Florida,
Alabama and Tennessee, hereby constitute
and organize the Atlantic and Great
Western Canal Association, for the pur-
pose of pressing the campaign for the
survey ana construction of the proposed
canal connecting the waterways of the
Tennesee river with the Athanis ma-











4 THE WEEKLY INDUSTRIAL RECORD.



VVHITE OAK SPIRITS BARRELS

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

Write to Columbus Barrel Mft. Co., Columbus, Ga., or to HENRY ELSON. Florida Mgr., J.acks-vil, ra.


board at the mouth of the Altamaha
river.
"Resolved, further, that we proceed to
the election of a president, vice president,
secretary and treasurer, and that the
the president, when elected, be empowered
to appoint the executive committee."
Among other resolutions adopted was
one calling upon Speaker Cannon of the
national House of Representatives, to
give immediate attention to the bill, pro-
viding for an annual expenditure of not
less than $50,000,000 on the improvement
of waterways.
Another resolution strongly indorsed
the bill of Senator Bacon of Georgia, pro-
viding for an appropriation of $75,000 to
defray the expense of a resurvey of the
Atlantic and Great Western canal.
John A. Fog, field representative of the
National Rivers and Harbors' Congress,
was present and made a valuable address.
COL. C. L. PEEK SAYS STARKE IS
GROWING FAST.
Col. C. L. Peek, of Starke, was in Jack-
sonville Monday. Col. Peek is the presi-
dent of the Board of Trade at Starke,
and is one of the most active business
men of that place. Referring to the bus-
iness and industrial conditions at Starke,
Col. Peek said today:
"While there is not to be as large an
acreage in strawberries about Starke this
year as there was last, the indications are
that the crop is to be most satisfactory.
Berries have been selling now for $8 per
crate, a good price, considering the condi-
tions in the North.
"Starke has been making great progress
during the past year, and it is due large-
ly to the fact that we have this great
strawberry industry. Last year there
was about half a million dollars realized
from the sale of berries in Bradford coun-
ty. This includes Lawtey. Starke has a
larger acreage this year than Lawtey.
"We are considering the building of a
canning factory to utilize the berries af-
ter the shipping season. If we get this,
and I believe that we shall, it will insure
a market for all the berries. Tt will be a
great thing for Starke.
"Peal estate has been changing hands
at Starke to a greater extent this year
than it has in any year in the past.
There is a good demand at good prices for
city and country property. Bradford is
the best farming country in this State.
and Starke has the business for a great
port of the county."
BOX CUTTING TO BE HELD DOWN
THROUGHOUT NAVAL STORES
BELT.
Despite the information that has been
sent out of Jacksonville to the effect
that the box uet for the present year is
to be in excess of what it was last year.
there are proofs to demonstrate that the
box act for the year 190R is to be at least
sixty per cent below what it was last
year.
There are a few cases where the box cut
Is greater this year than it was last. but
these eases are rare. The fact is that the
reports so far indicate a box cut sixty
per cent under what it was last year.
Chipning has just commenced and the
price for chipping has been kept under
the usual standard. It is stated that the
average price for shipping is to be fifty-
flve cents. Some are paying fifty-five
and others sixty.
The Industrial Record has been mak-
iur a careful investigation of conditions
and the box cut for the present year and
we are frank to state that there is to be
a great reduction in the box cut this year.
This is the general opinion. It is an
opinion based upon the most careful ob-
servation.
It is generally understood that the yiel-d
for the next year will be far beneath that
of the past four years. This opinion is
based upon the most careful observations.


Industrial Record's Buyers9 Directory
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ACCOUNTANTS&
T. G. Hutehinson, Jacksonville, Fla.
Walter Miieklow, Jacksonville, Fla.
ABSTRACTS.
Realty Title & Trust Co., Jacksonville,
Fla.


J. D. Weed & Co., Savannah, Ga.
BANKS.
Commercial Bank, Jaeksonvil, Fla.
BEER-WHOLESAL. .
Cha. Blum & Co., Jacksonville, F.
Soseph Zapf & Co., Jacksonville. Fl.
BARREL STAVES.
ast Coast Immber Co., Watertow,
Florida.
BOIES AND CRATES.
Cummer Lumber Co., Jacksonvill, Fla.
CROCKERY.
Knight Crockery ad FuPlnrtue
Jacksmile, Fla.
CLOTHING.
(rait & Bron J. A, Jacksonille. Fla.
standard Clothing Co., Jacksomville, Fla.
COPPER swMITHS
McMillan Brother JactmrD, Savan-
nash a Mobe.
M. A. Baker. Brunswick. Oa.
COOPERAGE.
P'lrida Cooperage to.Jacksonville. Fla.
Atlantic Cooperage Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
DRUGS.
Wm. D. Jons. Jacksonville, Ma
DRUGS-WHOLESALE.
Groover-Stewart Drug O6.. Jacksonville,
Tampa Drug Co.. Tamps, ie.
Southern Drug Afg. o., Jackasonfle, Fla.
DRY GOODS-WHOLESALE.
Covinton Co. The. Jacksonvlle, Fla.
ELECTRIC LIGHT AND POWER
PLANTS.
Karl Fries, Brunmswck, O.
ENGINES.
shofleld's ona Co.. J. 8.. Maeo. Oa.
Tmbard ron Wrks and Supply C. An-
g-at&. Ga.
Karl rie, Bruswiek, Ga.

Knight Crokery a.d Funiture C
JacksonviIle, Fla.
Ramis, Juksoavile, la.

FERTILIZERS.
Bours & Co.. Win A.. Jsckownville. la.
FOUNDRIES.
%-hoflelde Sons (.. J. .. Mamv. na.
Lombard Tron Works & Supply Co., An-
gusta. Ga.
FUNERAL DIRECTORS.
The Chas. A. Clark Co, Jacksonyille, Fla.
GAS.
Jaeksovillae. Ga as., Jacksonvlle, Fa.


GENTS' FURWPIHERS
Standard Clothi-g Co., Jacksonville, 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, Fla
Briggs, W. H., Hardware Co., Valdoeta, Ga.
Tampa Hardware Co., Tampa, Fia.
Weed Co.. J. D, Sava h a.
HAT AND RAIN.
Bmor & Co.. Wm. A.. Jacksorville, Fla
HATS.
Craig & Bro., J. A.,Jacks-nville Fla.
Standard Clothing Co.. iJasronille. Fla
HOOP IRON.
J. D. Weed & Co., Savanah, Ga.
HOTELS.
Duval Hotel, Jacksonville, Fla.
Zahm's European Hotel, Jackionville, Fl.
IRON WORKS.
Schofeld's Sons Co, J. S., Maon. Ga.
JEWELERS.
R. J. Riles o, Jacksonavlle, F
(reenleaf & Crosby Co, Jacksonville, FIa
lems & Slager, Jacksonville, la.

LUMBER.
anAt Coat Lumber CO, Watertown,
Florida.
LIQUORS
Blum & Co.. Chas., Jacksonville, Fla.
Altmayer & Flatan Liquor Co., Maon,
Ga., and Jacksonville, Fla.
Joeph Zapf & Co, Jacksonville, Fla.
MEDICINES
Spencer Mediine Co.. Chattanooga, Te .
MACHINE WORKS.
Schofield's Sons Co, J. 8., Mama, Ga.
Lombard Iron Works. Augusta, Ga.
MATERIALS FOR rURPsiU LA PRO-

Sehofield's Sons Co., J. 8., Maon, O L
METAL WORKER.
eMilla Bro. Co., JacksoevlM avaurs-
nah and Moliu.
Baker, M. A., Brunswik, Ga., and P
cola, Fla.
MILL SUPPLIES.
Schofield's Sons Co., J. S., Maeoa, .
Tampa Hardware Co., Tampa, Fla.
Weed & Co., J. D., Savanah, Ga.
Briggs Hardware Co., Valdota, Ga.
Lombard Iron Works & Supply Co., Au-
gusta, Ga.
MONUMENTS,
Tampa Monumental Works, Tampa, kP
MULES AND HORSEII
W. A. Cook, Tampa. Fla.'
NAVAL STOREB.
Peninsular Naval Stnres Co., Jacksonville
and Tampa, Fla.
Barsm &f Josp Co., JacksoviD, Fla.


Con olidated Naval tores Co., Jassn-
villa, Fk.
West-Fly-Hars Co., Jaksonvrill, Fla.
William Co., J. P., Savamh, Ga.
Young Co., John R., 8ava h. Oa.
SoeBaih Betate Naval SIBtYar s

PA TR.
Boad & Boam O., Jademviflk, r.
PHOSPHATE SUPPLUES
Tampa Hardware Co, .Tams, il
PLAINP MILL
Duval Planing Mi O ., JackaMavfl, r.
PHOSPHATE MACI.UIE.
Lombard Iron Workm & Supply O., An-
gusta, Ga.
PURI
MerrM-8tves Oa. JaebmovWNi rF.
Seeboeals Sor O., J. ., Masm, Ga.

Atlatie Cast Lia.
SAWMILL&
Lombard Iron Werlka & Spply Ck, Au
gusta, Ga.

ouram OC.. Wn. A. JaIkenavia PI
SHIP TAUS.
Cummer Lumbe Oa, JaIkmvB s Fla.
8HO&r -WN P dLt
Hutehaimon hme C., Jahmmyvifl, Fhk.
Joe. Rnmanehm BSh Ca, bavaash, Ga.

Clyde Steamship O9. The, New York Cky.
TANKI
G. M. Davisa & SB, Palaktka, Fl.
Sehofeld's Seas C., J. ., Mas Ga.
Preston Mller Co, r.e rt City, I.
IfEsrasasims DARRIL
Atlantiec ooperags OC, Jackaovifll, Fla.
Florida Ceop8age O., JauafmveiU, 3f.
t umfrauksma STILLS.
Baker, M. h., k, Ga., and Pom,
cola, Fk.
MaC e rmethea .ca, .Jasmensw
Savannah ad M0 0,
TIMER LAnDS.

vTills Fla.
TUORtPJDis TOOL&.
Council Tool Co, Jreasmavis, a.
Operator, T6l O1 0 b6 n OwI pCkiS,
Fla.
J. D. Weed & Oa,, Savannah, OG
WATCHLE
Greeneaf & Criby Co. Jaskraville, Mi.
Hes A Sliar, Jaeksmvil9K Fl.
R. J. RiUm Co, Jackaosml k Frg.
YELLOW u 1r L13113E.
Cummer Lumber Co., Jawhkovfll. .
East Coat lumber Ca. Watertown. Rs


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Floaiid Convict System and Its Critics. will give numbers this year many blocks many homes built in Riverside, and the
from where the last number of some city has extended for a great distance in
streets appeared in the directory for 1907. that direction.
Duriir the mast few months The Indus- ade he finds that the results following What is stated by those who are in The increase in the value of suburban
trial Record has been accused of a kind improvement there accrue to his benefit charge of the work of giving Jacksonville property has been great during the past
bf personal or kindred interest in its de- as well as to the benefit of the convict, a complete directory can be realized by twelve months. This has been due to the
fease of the Florida convict lease system. Years ago when Messrs. H. F. Dutton anyone who has recently made visits to fact that there has been a great growth
t has been said that because the Record & Company, extensive phosphate miners the outskirts of the city. Those who of population and an addition to the
i the champion of the naval stores oper- created their camp in the phosphate dis- have visited Riverside and have viewed building in the suburban sections. At
atrs it follows as a consequent theory trict of Alachua county for convicts, they the remarkable progress in building and the same rate the city has grown for the
that The Record must champion the sys- spared nothing. There were comfortable the extent to which it has extended in year 1907, property which is regarded as
tern by which Florida disposes of her on- beds provided in the stockade. Every distance will not doubt the truth of the outside the resident section today, will
vita. This is baed on the fact that a convict was forced to bathe morning and statements made by the directory people. be worth twice as much in 1000 at Is is
rat m y of the convict have been night and adequate facilities provided for During the year there have been a great now.
employed i the plodnetion of turpen- doing so. They were comfortably attired,
time and romia. even the cotton flannel night shirt being
The Record admits this mild impech- provided. Medicines were furnished and COMPARATIVE MARKET REPORTS.
meat to the extent that it has an inter- the food furnished was better by far
eat in the naval stores operators, but in than that which the free negro laborer
this onnectio we desire to all the at- provided for himself and family. They SPIRITS OF TURPENTIE FOR THE WEEK HERE AND AT 8AVANZABH
teati of our eP-pliamnt-y critics to the found that their efforts were rewarded. Pris 8 Bhipmna Reeipts. ta
fact that it as The Industrial Record Today the same care is taken in all the
which made the Arst, the most systematic camps, and there is a regular hospital Jax. sav. Jax. vSy. Jax. 8ay Ja" Sa. Ja w. -
and the most effective ght in t n- where the best medical attention is fur- Saturday ... 1 51 191 256 154 145 0 131110,418 26,949
terest of a better treatment of the Flor- nished. -Monday .....50 / 51 257 320 140 158 74 1919,572 26,921
deal more of the convict system, past sent to the blorida convict camps for pun- Wednesday ..504 51 0 O0 0 05 0 15119,858 27,381
ad present, than those who presume to ishment. This fact should be borne in Thursday ...j50y 51 12 28 3121 19 30119,872 27,38
criticise us. We have watched the treat- mind. But some of the papers of the
meat which convicts have received in this State who criticise the system are among ROSIN FOR TH WEEK HERE AND AT SAVAHNAH.
State for the past eighteen years, and we the first to condemn the action of the Saturday. Monday. Tuesday. Wednesday.'hurmday.
are glad to say that we have noted a pardoning board in releasing convicts. Jax. Say. Jax. Sa. Jax. bay. Jax. Say. Jax. Bav.
great improvement from year to year. The The Record admits that several years WW .................6.25 6.506.25 8.606.65 6.406.25 6.006.55 6.60
arguenmat of those who attack the p ago there was the greatest hardships en-5015 6.506.40 6.356.15 .50.20 .50
eat convict system appears to be based dured by our convict wards. This is not G .............. 600 6.5016.15 6.506.40 6.356.15 6.506.20 .50
be the treatment which convicts received true today. They are better treated than' N ................... 5.75 5.906.00 5.255.90 5.256.00 5.905.90 5.90
Afteen, twelve and ten years ago and not convicts in any other Southern State M ................... 5.40 5.255.35 5.255.40 5.005.30 5.255.40 5.25
on information as to present conditions whether they are employed in the phos- K ................... 4.75 5.005.00 5.043.90 5.5.004.00 3.03.0 .5.00
which could be had for the asking and phate mines or on naval stores farms. ...................3.90 4004.00 3.953.90 5.004.00 3.953.90 4.00
which would be cheerfully given. Another element which ought to figure .................. 3.0 3.53.70 3.603.45 3.953.70 3.603.70 3.60
Early in its career The Idustrial Rec- is the matter of expense and reimburse- G .................... 3.70 3.703.65 3.603.45 3.553.65 3.603.60 3.50
ord asked for a better and more humane mnt. Today Florida hires her convicts .....................70 3.53.60 3.53.45 3.503.0 3.503.50 3.50
treatment of the State's rimmnal wards. and receives large returns. Under the E .................... 3.65 3.553.60 3.503.45 3.453.60 3.503.50 3.50
Amd The Record was not alone. Every penitentiary system, where convicts would D ...............3.65 3.553.60 3.503.45 3.403.60 3.503.50 3.50
paper in this State was advocating the be corralled under one roof they might CBA ................. 3.60 3.553.60 3.403.45 3403.60 3.403.40 3.50
samm thing. But The Record was prac- earn what it cost to keep them by em-
tially alone in its advocacy of the same ployment in manufacturing of various REPORT OF ROdIN MOVEMENT HERE AND AT SAVAJNAB.
system with extensive improvements and goods, but the experience of other States eit
State supervision. We believed at that is against this plan as a revenue producer. a. pmm Reei
time that outdoor work was best for the It would cost more to keep the convicts Jax. Sav. Jax. eav. Jax. Ja. Ja. y.
convict from every point of view. We under that plan than what would be re-
argued then that otoor work was more ceived as a result of their work and at Saturday ............ 191 1,5861,200 1,4801,092 2,554113,255 97,353
conducive to health and that it relieved the same time the convict would not Monday .............. 257 1,5181,800 1,6041,094 85713,107 6,51
the mind from that distress which confine- have the beneft of the fresh air as he Tuesday ................ 125 673 1,000 4052,003 2,18132,403 98,282
met brings. We thought then that the does today. Another drawback to the Wednesday ............. 298 2,020 400 730 332 1,945135,458 101,629
naval stores farms, where the convicts penitentiary system would be that under Thursday .............. 298 872 720 920 394 1,820j35,454 101,682
have to work in a large ar was best for that system the convicts would come into
them. competition with skilled labor, whereas -
The horrors of the conviet camps of today they compete only with common
Florida, suck as are referred to by some labor and in a State where the demand
of those who presume to know so much for common laborers cannot be sup-
about the system and its results, are not plied. Jacksonville
present in any camp in this State today.
True one or several eamps may have for DIRECTORY COMPILERS SAY JACK- florda
a time an overseer, who is brutal, but is SONVILLE HAS GROWN FAST. *
not that the ease with every penitentiary Information given by those who are
in this country. But Florida now looks compiling the new Jacksonville city di- This Hotel has recently changed hands, nd is under New Management
rher rtndors r ught tobe Jken nt consie This Hotel ha- recently changed hands, and is under New Management
after her convicts carefully and has ris- rectory ought to be taken into considera-
ed the standard of treatment beyond the tion by those who contemplate invest- Throughly Renovated Throughout
reasonable excuse for criticism. ment in Jacksonville real estate.
Another factor has entered to assist The figures show that during the past -feadquarters for Turpentine Operators
the State. The naval stores operator who year the city has added at least 10,000
is working convicts today appreciates people to its population, and that the res- F. BARTOW STUBBS, I D. CRAWFO'D
the fact that if he feeds the men under ide.ce sections have extended for miles BATOW TU CAW
him, they are capable of better work. If in L'verside and in Springfield. The ad-
be looks after their comfort in the stock- dresses given of residents of Jacksonville Propretor maaer.

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EH. P. .Scmuerms, Treasrer. :

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Adopted by the Executive Committee of
ta Turpeatine Operators A eoiation
|rbwT 12, 19M, a its exclusive offi-
10ormf Adopted in annual convention
September 11 as the oran also of the gea-
el am-atio.
Adopted April 7th, 193, ua the official
organ of the Iterstate COe Grower' As-
.solation. Adopted Sptember 11, 1904, as
the only offilal oran of the T. 0. A.
Commended to lumber people by special
resolution adopted by the Georgia Sawmill
Ameiation.
THE RECORD' OFFICES
The pnbliaing plant and the main of-
see of the ladtrial Record Company
ar located at the intersection of Bay and
ewnman Stetst, Jacksonville, Fla, in the
ry uart of the great turpentie and
y iw m industries.
The &varuah, Ga., offis in the Board
es Trade BuIlding Savamama is the lead-
bng open mal torem market in the world.

NOTICE TO PATRONS.
AS payll t fr avrtisingia the It -
etiaWReard ant abecriptima theretoe
mut be made irect to the heme office t
Jacrkaemi- Agents are nt allowed to
mak eallectioe under ay circumatut e.
le feor dvrtfg and mbecriptioe are
rmt eut rai the ham eoc, whe due,
d all remittaMc rmut be made direct
Stoin dMSti Rieoerd Publiting Cm.


Keep the box cut down.

There is every reason to believe that
the box cut for the present year is to be
at least seventy-five per cent below that
of 1907.

Do not watch your neighbor. Do your
part. If you feel that your neighbor is
doing too much in the way of box cut-
ting, do not follow his example.

Despite the fact that it has been stated
that the operators are not abiding by
their New Year's resolutions, The Indus-
trial Record believes, and is willing to
back its opinion, to the effect that there
will not be twenty-five per cent of the
boxes cut this year that there were last.

The Sub-Associations of the Turpen-
tine Operator's Association have been
holding meetings during the past few
weeks. All of them have adopted resolu-
tions seeking to reduce the outpot of
naval stores for the present year.

The Turpentine Operators' Association,
through the several sub-associations has
held the box cut down. There is a great
deal to be accomplished by organization.

NOTABLE ATTRACTIONS AT THE
FLORIDA STATE FAIR IN TAMPA.
Tampa, Feb. 14.-The fair attendance
continues to largely increase and notwith-
standing the fact yesterday was a rainy
and murky day, thousands visited the fair
grounds and the fine races, which are a
feature of the fair sports, had a large
crowd of people.
A noticeable feature of yesterday's at-
tendance was that by far the larger por-
tion of the people on the grounds were


from out of town and from distant states
a large contingent from western points
being among the visitors. Today sees the
reverse, as it is educational and children's
day and crowds of school chil'lren are
thronging the city and fair grounds from
this and nearby counties. Over 200 chil-
dren arrived early this morning from one
school in Plant City and St. Petersburg,
Clearwater and other west coast localities
are largely represented.
The exhibits are now all in place, the
last to be installed being that of Sanford.
which place displays an exhibit exclusively
of the fine celery grown at that point.
It is sent by the Sanford Board of Trade,
and is in charge of -Mr. Hefner, last year's
fair commissioner for Orange county. The
long tiers of terraced rows of fine speci-
mens present a strikingly fine display of
Sanford's vegetable specialty.
One of the largest and most varied dis-
plays at the fair is that of Hillsborough
county, which has the greatest area of ex-
hibit space in the main building filled with
the various productions of the soil of the
county and the water which surround it.
MIr. Phil Collins of Tampa, the commis-
sioner in charge, has as his assistants Mr.
Leroy Brandon, of Clearwtaer, Capt. John
A. Johnson. of Thonotosassa and as sec-
retary, Mr. Lucille Farnsworth. The great
burden of the work of installing and ar-
ranging Hillsborough's magnificent display
has fallen to the above named, and the
elaborate and very diversified array of
products of the county is grouped in so
attractive a manner as to amply demon-
strate that their work has been well done.
As one enters the south end of the main
building the first attraction on the left
side of the main aisle is the large crystal
tanks of John Savarese and L. J. Jones
of Tampa, who show frozen in huge blocks
specimens of the fish caught in the waters
of Tampa Bay, including immense red
fish, snappers, groupers, trout; and, in fact,
the whole range of the finny tribe which
inhabit the waters of the bay, and Sava-
rese shows a comprehensive set of fishing
paraphernalia besides.
Extensive floral exhibits are shown by
Mr. Lobeen, the Tampa stock farm and
the Tampa Floral Company, the latter
showing the most elaborate and extensive
exhibit of ornamental trees, potted plants
and cut flowers at the fair. Mr. Anton
Tihe, the manager of this company, keeps
a daily supply of fresh cut flowers in the
Hillsborough space, the exquisite beauty
and fragrance of which attract continuous
attention.
In preserved products Mrs. Williams of
St. Petersburg, shows an immense struc-
ture of gracefully shaped shelving on
which there are displayed over 500 glasses
and jars of preserved products of the
guava and orange in jellies and marma-
lades, and the Phoenix pineries of St.
Petersburg, owned by H. W. Gilbert, dis-
play fine pineapples in great abundance.
The county's display of vegetables, while
not as large as some others, is a very
creditable one. Mr. James Kilgore, of
Largo, is showing the very largest and
most uniformly shaped sweet potatoes at
the' fair.
The Tampa Naval Stores Company has
a very interesting display of rosins and
rosin oils, and this product from the Hills-
borough pine forests attracts much atten-
tion from visitors.
The most notable and unique exhibit at
the fair, and the one which attracts more
visitors than any other one display, is
that of the Tarpon Springs sponge dis-
play, installed by Mr. John K. Chency,
of that place, the pioneer in the sponge
business on the West Coast.
The entire north end of Hillsborough's
large space is covered with the Tarpon
Springs sponges, which form the side walls
and ceiling of the Cheney exhibit, com-
prising myriads of sfine specimens of the
sheeps wool prime commerce variety of
yellow and the grass sponge, in the raw
unbleached and bleached state, supple-
mented with stacks of bales of finished
product, baled ready for shipment. In the
center of the Cheney display is a huge
tank, in which twice daily demonstrations
of the method of sponge gathering are
made by Mr. H. W. Manson. of Tarpon
Springs, an expert diver, who dons a div-
ing suit and, delving itno the water,
brings up the sponge clinging to the sides
and bottom of the water-filled tank. This
practical way of showing the actual meth-


od of securing the sponges creates most
intense interest, and each morning and
afternoon the tank is surrounded by a
large crowd of spectators eagerly watch-
ing the diver's expert work.
The sponge exhibit, which was provided
alone by Mr. John K. Cheney, of Tarpon
Springs, is perhaps the largest and most
comprehensive ever made at any exposi-
tion in the United States, and it most
practically shows the extensive sponging
interests of the west coast of Florida,
which from Tarpon Springs alone has mar-
keted over $1,500.000 worth of the raw
sponge in one year.
Hillsborough's exhibit throughout clear-
ly demonstrates that this county is one of
the richest in resources in the whole State.
Though Hillsborough has one of the best
displays at the fair, it magnanimously
declines to enter into competition with the
other counties for either the sectional or
,ranl prizes, in view of the fact that the
fair has been held two years in succession
at Tampa. its county seat.
On one of the posts of the Times-Union
booth is placed the daily weather map
furnished by United States Weather Ob-
server John S. Hazen, of the Tampa
weather station of the United States hu-
reau. This bulletin of the weather is the
only one displayed at the fair, and attracts
'lumbers of northern visitors who tarry
at it.frequently, comparing the record of
Tampa's temperature with that of their
homes.
Columuia county has received some val-
uable additions to its already described
complete agricultural exhibit, in the shape
of hops grown by Mrs. T. J. Appleyard,
of Lake City. On this exhibit is placed
a card which reads: "The product of this
made your mother's yeast bread and also
made a certain western city famous." An-
other addition is fine rice, bothin the rough
and cleaned.

PRESIDENT OF TURPENTINE OPERA-
TORS' ASSOCIATION SAYS BOX
CUT WILL BE REDUCED.
Mr. J. G. Boyd, the president of the
Turpentine operatorss Association, sends
the following letter to The Industrial
Record:


THr STUART-BilSTEIN CO.


for the corresponding month last year.
The last issue of the Fernandina Record
shows the following record for shim g:
Lumber shipped coastwise for Janury,
1908, 7,215,000 feet; lumber shipped for-
eign for the month of January, 1908 4,-
626,640 feet; total value shipments far
january, 1908, $1,197,34.

FOUND GOOD CATTLE I FLORIDA.
McIntosh, Feb. 12-Mr. C. R. Thomas,
secretary of the American Hereford OIt-
tie Breeders' Association of Kansas City,
spent Saturday and Sunday with B. H.
Gaitskill. Mr. Thomas expressed great
surprise to see such good land and battle
as he found here; he had expected noth-
ing better than he had seen from the car
window. Mr. Thomas came from gamss
City to attend the farmers' meeting at
Gainesville and regrets that he cannot
see more of the cattle industry a he
must be in Kansas City again on the 15th.
What he has seen made him risk one day
at Tampa fair, but he has promised to
come back in the spring and take ample
time to look into the cattle industry.


WATCHES

That Keep Time,

And that keep time under any and all ier-
cumstances, are what turpentine sad lum-
ber men require.
These requirements are not met in every
watch, as all men know. It takes a good
watch to stand the rough usage of the
woods, so when you want one to stand
these exposures and to look nice, too-
one that you can use in the woods or in
the parlor-let us show you some of ours.
We are Timekeepers for the railroads,
and always have the best. Send for eata-
logue.

R. J. RILES CO,

15 V. BaySt - Jachs vrile. Fl


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February 10, 190.
Mr. .1. A. Hollomon, Jacksonville, Fla.
Dear Sir: I beg to say that the informa-
tion throughout our territory, that is, the
Southern end of the Peninsular is to the
effect that the operators are following the
suggestions made by the executive com-
mittee of the Turpentine Operators Asso-
ciation and that very few boxes are beimg
cut compared with the past season.
Operators have not been deceived by the
recent advance in price in naval stores,
and therefore gone wild, as the writer in
the Savannah News of February 8 would
have the readers of that paper believe.
They are also very conservative in hand-
ling their labor, confining themselves to
the price agreed upon.
I also desire to say in regard to the in-
dependent operator in this territory, and
my information regarding those in the
other territories, that they are abiding
by the regulations suggested by the ex-
ecutive committee, and are doing their
part in trying to reduce box cutting and
hold down the price of labor.
Yours Very Truly,
J. T. Boyd.
FRANK CLARK WORKING FOR COT-
TON TAX.
Washington, Feb. 14.-Members of thc
house from a number of the States inter-
ested in the bills now before congress for
the repayment of the cotton taxes, which
were collected during the war between the
States met in the room of Representa-
tive (lark of Florida to agree upon a plan
of action. Representative Clark presided.
It was agreed that all the bills should be
considered, and the best features of them
put into one bill, which should be urged
by members from the States affected. The
details were reserved for another meeting,
which will be held soon.
The claims for these taxes mount well
up into the millions, and states all over
the country are represented among the
claimants. Georgia heads the list with
claims amounting to more than $11,000,000.

COASTWISE LUMBER SHIPMENTS.
Fernandina is claiming a better ship-
ping record for the past month than it had









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S *This Easy Chipper Saves time and Money, .

"4 Chip escapes easier on account of hollow back. WrJTF :
Cuts a shade streak easier as hollow back allows hack to
N to be closed more R
Gum flows easier as there is less steel to drag over the
fresh cut.


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

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Jacksonville, Fla., Jan. 24.-Jacksonville
is again at the fore in the turpentine
world and her most progressive operat-
ors will in the future conduct a campaign
which will force the Savannah contin-
gemey to sit up and take notice. Hereto-
fore the Consolidated Stores Company of
this city, has been advocating conserva-
tism and its president, W. C. Powell, has
openly discountenanced the plan of a fac-
tor acting as exporter. He argued that
the dual position is unsafe and unwise,
giving too much latitude to the financier
am limiting the scope of the real pro-
ducer. This, in final, meant the relin-
quishing of power in the market to ba-
vannah.
The majority of the stockholders in the
Cmsolidated viewed matters differently
and as a result at the meeting on Janu-
ary 15, W. C. Powell was deposed and
Walter F. Coachman made president in
his stead. Mr. Coachman, besides being
one of the foremost turpentine men of
the State, is a natural born fighter and a
leader of recognized ability. For years
he has been influential in the company,
being of the original organizers, and long
before the day of election it was conceded
that he would be handed the reigns for
19L1


The Consolidated Naval Stores Com-
pany with its subsidiary companies, the
Consolidated Grocery Company, the Con-
solidated Land Company, the Chattanooga
Pottery Company and the Florida Coop-
erage Company is a $3,000,000 concern
and can practically control the turpentine
industry in Florida. Under the leader-
ship of Mr. Powell the Consolidated has
prospered and paid big dividends to its
stockholders. The prospects for 190 un-
der the new head are flattering and prom-
ise equally good returns.
The new board of directors consiep. of
W. J. Hillman, W. W. Cummer, D. H.
McMillan, W. F. Coachman, W. C. Powell,
H. L. Covington, C. B. Rogers, John H.
Powell, A. S. Hubbard, S. A. Alford, C.
W. Deen, R. B. Powell and W. I. Kelly.
The officers elected by the directors
are:
President. W. F. Coachman; vice pres-
idents, D. H. McMillan, H. L. Covington,
of Pensacola; John H. Powell, R. B. Pow-
ell, of Savannah, and W. J. Kelley; sec-
retary-treasurer, J. C. Little; assistant
secretary at Savannah, J. Q. Hodges; as-
sistant secretary at Pensacola, J. K.
Raizezr; executive committee, W. W.
Summer. W. F. Coachman, W. J. Hill-
man. C. B. Rogers and A. S. Hubbard.


Yellow Pine Situation Slowly But Surely

Improving.


The yellow pine situation is slowly but badly after all last year. During 1907
surely improving. From all sources come this city added 164 to the number of its
reports of increased inquiries and corre- manufaturin establihments, nd its
reports inquiries manufacturing capital increased nearly
spondingly increased orders. The gener- .1"2000,00. The aggregate of fresh cAp-
al condition is far more satisfactory italization in all branches of business
than it has been and indications are that here in 1907 exceeded $30,000,000. It was
all items wil be held very close to the all told a good year for the metropolis of
new list. The report of the Yellow Pine Missouri.
Manufacturers' Association as compiled Trade conditions among the saw mill
by Secretary Smith, showing as nearly as equipment people show unmistakable
ossibl the January running time of yel- signs of renewed activity. While trade
ow pine mills is gratifying. The pro- generally is still quiet, with the aggre-
duetion is very low and the mills will not -gate volume of buying far from what it
be in any hurry to resume production slhoill be under normal conditions at this
until the demand justifies it. Overproduc- time of year, the orders have universally
tion has been the cause of most of the been better this week and the general
yellow piner's ills and the mistake will tone of the market is more hopeful than
not be repeated. it has been at any time. The saw mill
The financial situation here is much supply people are awaiting the opening
easier. As the books divulge the story of the mills and when milling operations
of 1007 it is gradually dawning upon the are once more permanently resumed a
That St. Louis did not get on so good business is looked for.

Not Much Done at the Immigration Conven-

tion.


Tampa, Feb. 14.-The immigration con-
vention adjourned yesterday afternoon
without accomplishing anything in the
way of formulating plans for a systematic
bringing of immigrants into the South;
in fact it developed that several of the
delegates were opposed to immigration and
* set of resolutions were adopted relegat-
ing the matter to the several States and
asking their careful consideration of the
subject.
At yesterday's session a letter was re-
ueived from F. Zimmerman of Memphis,


Tenn.. an invited delegate who declared
that he could not waste the time to at-
tend and that he was sure the convention
would result in no good. His principal
contention to support the assertion that
nothing' would result from the delibera-
tions was that until the present prohibi-
tion agitation in the South subsided it
could not look for immigration from the
desirable class of people from Germany
sinl other countries which have been send-
ing the best element of immigrants from
their borders.


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MANUFACTVIER AND JOBE"-S O


SHOES


SAVANNAH. GEORGIA

aIg "ae t a Shoese Maeft fo Csos a--,s ar Tr .*
I I to$. a t 8e6 881 *V saa-s -sas @$ Isa s $ -s


WANTED
AND

FOR SALE
Hate for this column is esnts per word
for first insrtio and 1 et pr word for
following inrtis. No sdvertjss t
taken for 1os than 40 ts for rat, ad
4O centa for following mertioa Camh
milust accompany orders uirlss you iJs
sin account with us


WANTED-All eommunsare to clean up
their barns of al kinds of seed eeks and
burlaps We buy everything in the way
of meaks. Write us. Ameran Fibre Co..
.lacksonville, Fl
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 moa.
FOR SALE-Small turpentine place for
cash. Price $.WMO. Good backing. Ad-
dress Operator, care Industrial Record. tf
FOR SALE CHEAP-One good turpen-
tine place, 4y1 miles from railroad, good
freight rates. No money required. Terms
for purchase price. Easy payments.
Schedule on request. Plenty labor to work
place. A. B. Powell & Bro., lens, La.
1-4-4t
WANTD-NAME FOB NEW HOTEL.
Now Nearing Completion at Waycross, Ga.
A premium of 6$.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,
Waycross Hotel Company,
Wayerosa, 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--3#-


WANTED-A stillmaa to nma &Al5b.
still. still. Must have good rsmmm -
tions. Apply at once to the Mxiaztm ttd-
ing Co., Morelia, MiL, Nk i. -.-
1-4-4
A successful operator bringing Lftm
handss can buy an interest on esy lins,
or get position as woodsmen, srove adI e
west of Suwannee River on Colna m
Ten thousand acres round timbr.- _Qod
building and equipment mvery. ,wsy.
Healthy place. Four crops vi qi.Io go
2d and 3d year. Gaulden, F~as, rioo,
2-7-08-3t -


DO YOU WArT muasmfRr'
For it will pay y" to m tile We*wf-
naite at-


Ramls's

Mai Stnt JaigrSL .


Walter Muckow,
CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCuutA l.
ReomS 4-47-48 M atl rime Mr
Te*peme 3,e
IACKOIWVALL. )LLA



WHISKIES

GINS ANm RUMS



$1.50 to$5.00 per Gall

...... AQG CY CW ......

Lewis I)s Mwme V*.
PurO tye WhMs '
Controllers Blum's Moagr-iain iii -v
IRve-Agents for Jpyt pleMima an
Pialt Milwaukee Dse. Prides O ap
plieation.

CHAS. BLUMlA 00.
5I7 ft" 5*0 W-T RAT TVi*T
JAC4SOW.VJLL9 FLA.


Jacksonville to Strive for Leadership in Tur-

pentine Industry.

(From the Tradesman.)


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THE WEEKLY INDUSTRIAL RECORD.

TAMPA MONUMENTAL WORKS,
DE ALERS IN
Monunents, Iron Fencing and Italian Statuary Headstones.
NO JOB TOO LARGE. NO JOB TOO SMALL.
MAIN OFFICES 310 ZACH STREET. TAMPA. F LA


Many resolutions were presented, among E. J. Watson, Immigration Commission-
them one from Bill Neeld, the Socialist er of South Carolina, chairman; M. R.
delegate from Riverview in this county, Campbell, Tennessee; J. A. Wilkinson, ************
whose resolution declared that what ap- Alabama; Samuel C. Dunlap, Georgia; W.
peared to be most needed was emigration R. C. Phillips, Tanpa. S
of the idle dlas from this country, in- It was a subject of general comment S.
stead of an influx from others while many among the delegates and others that Gov.
American workmen are without occupa- Broward of Florida, who called the con- *e 0e0** 0e4
tieo and on the verge of starvation. vention, did not attend its meeting after
The fal report of the committee on the delivery of his welcoming address on e
resolutions as adopted by the convention the opening day, not participating at all
just before adjournment is as follows: in its deliberations.
"Whereas, the subject of immigration Channel Completed.
from foreign countries to the Southern The twenty feet channel under con-
States is of vital concern to the Southern
iie. ad
eas, the subject is n b Dual Planin Mill Co.
much discussed and agitated by the pub-D val Planng Co.
lie and is engaging our best thought and
attention and Sesiss a.drd5 d Ave. Jacksa u I. l*
"Whereas, conditions are so varied and Buiers aa Contractors Will Do Well to
interests so different in the several States, Have Us Bid on Their Work
amd in our Line.
some of the States, the Farmers' union, Phone 1749
"Whereas, delegates here are represent-
the Southern Cotton association, various
labor unions and public interests and rail-
roads, therefore, believing that any set of C ypres Tan
certed course to be pursued by the States
of the South would not be to the best in- For All Purposes
teresta of all concerned ad to the best in- 0
terests of the communities of the several BEST MADE
States, and in view of the vital impor- o ,e
tame of the subject, therefore be it Wrtte for Catelegue
"Resolved, by the immigration conven-
tio comp eo ed of delegates from the sev- Pr t M iller C-
eral States, representatives of organized Preston M iller Co.
labor, associations, private corporations or
interests, and railroads, now in session Det. B Crescent City, Fla.
at Tampa, Fain., and further in view of the
vital importance of the subject morally,
politically, economially, and racially, thatC u
we refer this subject of preparing a plan
of concerted action in relation to foreign D
immigration back to the several states for
such action and solution as the interests
and experience of said States may war- Anvze the werl.
rant for themselves and their several com-
munities, declaring, however, our realiza-
tion of the importance of bringing into R
our several States such carefully selected Demanlent Profits
agricultural foreign immigrants as will en-
ter on our farms and build up our waste ECo0mmy Of care Lam
places chiefly as settlers and home build-
ers. of
"Reaolvd, further, That we of the south CW rity Of results
are thoroughly of the opinion that secur-
ig of white persons from the eastern and AmeIal Cfrop
western tSatea of the Union is a wotk
that should be given first attention and On.perishable product
that such settlers are most desirable and r ble prod
earnestly desired. S perio to all nutS.
"Resolved, further, That the several o
States carefully consider the question of
foreign immigration as a national question
and that our representatives in congress THE OPPORTUNITY Of TODAY
be asked to urge upon congress the enact- The first to plant a pecan grove A
meat-of such federal legislation as will will be the first to reap a
effectively stem the tide of undesirable
immigration now poring into this country eat harvest.
through the great ports of entry; such formatian apply t
laws as will look to a careful examination for fll rmati apy
of appliants for admission at the ports BROS. N or'
of dep .-- THE 6RIFFING BROS. CD
The report bore the names of the mem-
bers of the resolutions committee of the
convention as follows: Jacksenville. rida.
h I Throug


REALTY TITLE & TRUST Co.
139 Realty Building, Jacksonville, Fla.
CAPl AL $100.000,000. SURPLUS $18,690.12
mStIat of ntle, Ets. Lems Money on Real Estate.
MODERN OFFICES FOR RENT.
-I
Locomotives and Cars
LOCOMOTIVES. ALL CLASSES. BOUGHT AND SOLD
LOGGING CARS AND LOCOMOTIVE% A SPECIALTY
OCORGIA LOCOMOTIVE AND CAR COMPANY, ATLANTA, GA.
O. 0. CHBATiHAh. 0mesl R anager


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cy 0elifterr f
Distiller's Pumping
SOutfit
No plant complete without one.
Hundreds of them in ue in Georg
SFlorid, Alabmrl Mis ~ iImppi a
8outh Carolina. Write u for prticu-
las I an prices. We alo manufacture
SEngines. Bu erskn ad tih
Grads Macnery,
as well a carry a full and complete
---sockof-
Mill Sup s Pipe,
; Beler Tubes, Etc.
Advise your wants.
Macon, - Georgia.
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West
h Pullman Service on All Trains


CONSULT THE "PURPLE FOLDER"

For detailed information, schedules, rates and
reservations, seeyour nearest Ticket Agent, or
write or call on


FIANK C. BOYLSTON,
Traw. Pass. Agent
Atlantic Coost Line
Jolckonville. Fla


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_ TVW a!',W 7-'I -| -,-, THE WEEKLY INDUSTRIAL RECORD.
Capital $200,000

HUTCHINSON SHOE COMPANY
VICTOR SHOES AND HATS
Wholesale o -o Jacksonville, Fla.


OUGHT SAW MILLSi CHA. A CRK, Il .

SPhone 1b6. Jacksonville. Fla.



Coolkc If not'
Saws and Supplis, C o Why not
JACKSOIVILLE
Steam and Gasoline Ga i8 AS COMPAIY


struction by the United States govern- congratulates the board of trade of Toim-
ment for Tampa's waterfront has been pa on the completion of the twenty-feet
completed, and yesterday telegrams of con- channel. The receiver and oloes appre-
gratulation were received here from varl- ciate the importance of the em ae of
ous prominent men on the great benefit the export facilities on Grassy hlaL"
which will be derived from Tampa from It is contemplated that work on-the
this deepening of its waterway. Seaboard's extensive terminal sys6i at
The following telegram was received this point will now be pushed vigorm ly
last night from President W. A. Garrett, forward to completion, as the deeln
of the Seaboard Air Line railroad: of the channel has been waited for by the
"Norfolk, Va., Feb. 13.-J. D. Calhoun, Seaboard before completing their work.
secretary of the board of trade, Tampa, of the Seaboard, accompanied by Mrs
Fla.: The Seaboard Air Line Railway Ryan, arrived this morning.

Rochester Man Says This City Is Growing
Fast.


SIT I i A IT Mr. H. D. Savanger, of Rochester, N. ergy and enterprise the city was being re-
n i S IIU llINON AU IT I Y., a gentleman who has been coming to built. It was marvelous. But I naturally
PUBuIC ACCOUTA TS & AUDITORS. Jacksonville for the past twenty years, expected that the city would rebuld her
and during that time has only missed three burned district and then kind of jog
Dyal-U1efbeh hflMtag winters, is again'with friends on Second along for the remainder of the time until
Try P i. la% .1~m ie Fl. street, in Springfield. it had grown from a city of about s40s
Mr. Savanger, when he first began to to about 50,000. But not so. We marvel
visit Jacksonville, was a lumber dealer and at the work of Jacksonville and the build-
interested in building in his city. Natur- ing here after the fre, but to me the build-
S M B A R JOSEPH ZAPF CO ally he has always taken an interest in ing in progress now appears to be more
watching building here, and after the great marvelous. I never saw anything to beat
fire. when he spent an unusually long time it. We have cities in New York State
in this city, was astonished to see how which we think have been growing fat,
AU UB A* GA. rapidly and how gloriously Jacksonville but compared to the ratio of growth uwbn
recovered from that great cattstrophe. based on present population, there was
Yesterday he was referring to Jacksonville never a city in this whole comutry whib
PnB mBh M bai Rand what be knew of it, as he was seated has made such remarkable growth an
with a party of friends at the Rathskeller. Jacksonville, and that, too, following
He said: the heels of the greatest minaity
C" M l DrryMri Came After Yellow Fever, any city ever met, with pomebly the ex-
"It was in 1888 when I braved my fears ception of ClBicago and Boston, and ev
SWoleale Dealers In an Bottlascf and decided to come to Jacksonville, de- those cities did not lose e o in poper-
spite the yellow fever. The fact is, Jack- tion than did Jacksonville.
AN HEUSER- BVSCH sonville has been so well advertised during Great Grewth f Today.
lA S EUROPEA HOTEL that time that T felt a kind of interest in "You people may think that yo as m-
her, and came down. I traveled on the old polished wonders right after the are, but
St. Louis Lager Beer Delaware steamship and got here after we you are surprising people with the rapid-
ID E JWW AwAGAn nfT had some trouble at sea. I found only a ity of your growth today aad the shar-
Whelesale small place then, but the bravest band of acter of it. You have not only added in
-mi. -" to a Niot. Moab at.- Wl workers and business men I had ever met. building and in population, but you have
N o B LpTs Wi N Watrs 'rhey were only crying over the loss of added new enterprises, new factories and
A HnOL I X. Bay S ". business. though many of them were new industries. That is the best indic-
JACWIOnTXT, jFLA Write Price mourning the loss of relatives and friends. tion that your growth is justified by con-
I will never forget the six weeks I spent editions.
here then. "I have some property in Jacksonville,
Ess13W%%g M A Following the Great Fire. and I am going to acquire more before
%M%%% M16%"I came every year for many years, leaving here."
missing only a few until up to 1902, the Mr. Savanger will make a trip to Han-
B arn s & J s p om payn vear following the fire. I thought of my ford and other points before returning
first visit here as soon as I came down home He will also visit Orlando and Ka-
town and saw with what remarkable en- simmee.


JOLcIkonvlle. Flrida..


Nvftl Stores Factors and Comimission
Merchants.



C. Barnes Presidet. J. A. Ewin, Vce-Preldent. e
L . Well.o Seorertry tmd Treaurer.

DILECTOILSs C .. BLrne. J. A. Ewnla, R.S. .HIll
J. L. Saunders. L C. Leon, W. E. Cumoer, E.B. Well. W. S.
JeJonnts O. W. Tylyor.



YsM Wat a Turaentlie Lcatlis?
SYou Wait a Sawml Lo tM?
You Wwt amy Klu orf rlorMal Lamwd?
You M rtsnm ? &lnss
I F Ca n er Wr0t 6s a

J. H. Livingston & Sons,
OCALA. PLORDA.
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Price of Lumber Not Cause of Building Boom.

The prices of lumber is assigned in some to increase every day. I guess we will
quarters as the cause for the great have to build.
amount of residences which are going up The Brown Realty Comay built
in all parts of Jacksonville today. some of the best homes in Jacksonville
There has been a great drop in the price during the past two years, and s a rule
of lumber, but there are other reasons as- the houses are sold before they
signed for the growth Jacksonville is en- ed. There was never a time when ter
joying in building. One of the best is was such a demand for homes as there ex-
given by a married couple who were for- ists in this city today.
merly residents of Jacksonville, and who Suburban Property EhanenL
are coming back here to reside. They property ha enhaned in the burbn
have been living in Starke for a number operty has enhanced in the suburban
of years, but business calls them to Jack- section, to such an extent that i i -m-
sonville. sary for the man of limited eans to go
Hard to Find a House. father out. This accounts for the asithIy
Since arriving here several weeks ago in suburban property.
they have been making an effort to rent a There are reasons for believing that the
flat or a suitable house somewhere in the price of lumber has stimulated building,
Riverside or Springfield parts of the city. but even with this as the case, the fact
They have failed to find anything, and remains that the many builings mo-
they are now looking for some place which structed during the past year have not de-
they can buy at a reasonable price. The creased the demand for homes. It has not
gentleman said yesterday: supplied the demand, and at the rate peo-
"We have walked the soles of our shoes pie are pouring into Jacksonville today to
off looking for a house and have found make this their permanent home, it will
nothing. We are trying to buy, but I take even a greater campaign of building
guess we will have to build. If we had to supply the needs of Jackmoamvile in this
bought and held our property when we respect.
were here several years ago, we would As this building progresses i is to ex-
have been in the swim today. There ..re tend to the suburbs. Those who purIcase
no vacant houses here now, and the suburban property today will prfs large-
chances are that the demand for them is ly from their inavtmet.








10 THE WEEKLY INDI'STRIAL IUCOiD.


'Southern Drug Mfg. Company
WHOLESA E DRUGGISTS AND MANUFACTURERS OF
Flavoring Extracts, Packed Drugs, B. Bluing. Vinegar and Pyne's Popular RLemndle.
,- We Ihanh evrryth in I he Drun and Medicine Une. Writ for price.. JACKSONVILLE. FLA.
i" ".:' ---- -_ . .. ^ _ . ^ ____


SA. BA ER, INVENTOR AND THE
*K A. O LAa dI l, MANUFACTURER OF
:AKER IMPROVED SEAMLESS TURPENTINE STILLS.


BEST TANKS
ON EARTH
Are mde in Palatka, ia., by G. M. Davis A
Son. They e selected c r wood. Work.
ininlp eq to the q olity the material.
sad the cmhbiatioan X odteqly n t-ed
SrMiit Wfi. Wiethem or pric- ad fa.
iAidlrma io befor you buy a tak.
0. M. DAVIS & SON, Paiatka, Fia.


W. B. HENIDKSON, Prs.
L & CRAVT, Vice-PR


WI t a5- Ig -Ja.2. r t==hS segUH l bel
JO W-ORK- o TmOVG TrECOVNTIL rSIOPrsPTLY ATTrrrDDTO
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DIAMONDS AND WATCHES
So. r a ca We cam eow y Is at cerei maad ee
seems pFcJC. nyr Papers ofr 8ee0 pre wrMte. perfect
aWeaIMA S. It ir desire to came n ef the arsIest
a met deafer lt Jike ri ae, nd r speciaty Is e reand-
cat a Mm-vaNO oftheian Bad E Wathe.
Su 0u Iud _1 Watehes, Jewelry,
DuS A SLAGER .i
g| OLfLnR Mi-iil m .3I. J.s.dsmR Fi

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Craig Bros Co.
a9 W. 3ey Steree VERUTT BLOCK.

;amlderm in Men's and Boys Fine Cloth-
lag and Up-to-Date Farnishings.

..nts for Dunlp and Stetson Hats; largest stock in the City.
S.
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Siulier States Naval Stores Co.

SavaLnnah. Ga.
- efirtor and Commission Merchants
l iip o Savannah Get Compeittion Highest Priee Promptest Returns
Correpond Widh UO


E. BSRGER, Geu. 3p. aud Vies- Pes.
JMO. SAVARESr, TM'e
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Wholesale Manufacturing


Drugoists.


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NAVAL STORES FACTORS.
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.I W. MAUJNT, It Vice Presie
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J. M. ASHLEY, 3d Vic Pro.
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who haa ae one suffering because she thought it woman% aIt. It will au fur the
young gir jut entering womanhood; and prepare the young w~an ior the arsm
duties of wife and mother.
CUBANH MLIEF-The instant Paint Killer, for either man r berse Re
instantly, Colic, Cramps, Cholera Morbus, Diarrhoea, Dyoteatry a k Hamde-
for colic in horse it is an infallible remedy and is guard to gie lfr in Oe
minutes.
CUBAN OIL-The Beat Bone and N ere Liniment Is anteptie for se-
mnagged or torn flesh, and will instantly relieve the pain. Cures inmeet bat atnd T
sealds and burns, bruises and more, chapped hands and face. or and ta-dr eat.
believes rheumatic pain, lame back, stiffjoint.s and in stock crue wire flea
scratches, thrush, splint, collar ores, saddle ga, and diseased he .
Write for Price
SPENCER MEDICINE CO.. Chattanooga. Ton.

H. E. PRITCHETT. Pres. P. L. SUTHERLAND, Vice-Pres. A. IL OOVIOTON. B-'y.
J. P. COUNCIL. Tress and Genal Mr.

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

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for 0611 are~ A..ka ..


W. L. WILSON,
Pres. Treas.


JNO. e. HARRIS,
Vice Pres.


6, J. SCOVIL,
SecOP a *eni. qWo.


Florida Cooperage Company
(Iucorporatd) Capltal stock s 00o00
AMANVrACT rvaS or
Turpentine, Cotton Seed Oil, Dip

and Syrup Barrels.
Offlee ad Fetry Enterprise and Estelle Streels.
Telephone 1855 Jacksonville, Fla.


Southern Copper
Works

Manufacturers of TURPENTINE STILLS
Complete Outfits and Extra Kettles, Cape, Arms, Worms, Fur-
nace Doors and Grates always on hand
d Stills taken in part Ne Work and repairing done
Old Stills payment for New Work country
Heavy Coppersmithing. Steam Pipe and Speelal Copper Werk
Jacksonville, Fla.


Savannah, Ga. Mobile, Ala.


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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 foryour selection as here, and we want to impress
upon yue that while we do ,not keep [CHEAP Jewelry we keep
Jewelry that is cheap-honest, reliable tewelryof 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.

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


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HALF TONES-ZINC ETCHINGS
Ulustrating and Engraving Department
or
THE FLORIDA TIMES-UNION
Splendidly equipped for business. Half Tones and Zinc
EStchings made to order in the most improved and artistic
fashion. Illustrations for newspapers and all kinds of Com-
mercial Work, Pamphlets, Etc,
A Spslaty Is Made of DSeuguig RetesMhing a
EmbeliMsM Phsteraph iad Pitures.
In Wri ti or applying for Prices, Give the Most Explicit Description of What is
Wanted. Gqud Work and Prompt Deliveries Promised.
A FElorid*a Enterprlie. Try It.
THE QOLDIST WHISKEY HOUSE I
TU sOUTH. (taUished4 in uis.)
OLD SHARP WILLIAMS-Pure Fine
Old Rye. By the gallon, $3.00; four full
quarts, $3.50, express prepaid.
q .O. J. C XOLEMAN-Pure Rye; Rich
sad Mellow. By the gallon 2.75; four
full quts, P.00, express prepaid.
-ANVIL RYE-Pure Substantial Family
WhMkey. By the gallon 2.50; four full
quS 3.90 express prepaid.
(.IFPOD RYE-By the gallon .25;
four fall quart 2.65, express prepaid.
OLD KNTUCKY CORN-Direct from
Boeaed Warehouse; fine and old. By the
gallma 3.00; four full quarts $3.50, express
L O POINTER CLUB CORN-Rich and
Uiletr. By the galm $O50; four full quarts .90, express prepaid.
adml ir prism at ad catalogue. Maled free upon application.
The Altmayer 4k Flata Liquor Company


T20, T133 714. 7J6 W. Bay sneae
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Sll etropolls
Is the Paper you want. It is published
daily and is from 12 to 16 hours ahead .
any other daily newspaper in Florida.

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

CARTER & RUSSELL PUB. CO.
JACKSOMVIL. fu A.mL


II Me KOY PATENT

Turpestine. Cup.
The best and simplest cup
on the ma& t Detachable
Greater Japeeity, easier
dipped ,more easily placed
on tree, stronger and prae-
Stically in4adtrtible Will
I* 7 not rust. For eiso and
Spice if" write


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