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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: March 28, 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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HOW IS YOUR STATIONERY?
If you need any Letter Heads. Bill Heads,
Statements, Commissary Checks, or any
other Printing used around a Commissary
or Still, please remember that we have one
of the best equipped plants in Florida for
handling this class of work promptly and
satisfactorily, and will make all turpentine
. 'flh operators and commissary men special prices.
NE^C f We want your patronage and will show our
Snyu appreci tion. e.
of^ The Industrial Record Co.


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JACKSWILLEt, FLA. SAVANNAH, GA.









TURPENTINE BARRELS ATLANTIC COOPERAa l
AMlATIU^ UAMN.M3C TURP11E SARSILS
We have eM ban Manfaturing our own Sta ves fq yearl a4 etest the vy best took for our blrrals.
Skilled Coprs employed. Just bsgpiing budmia in Jackoaville and w9 Molicit a sharm f your pt-
roage. Sena s a trial "der.
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John R. Young Co.,

Commission
Merchants.

ml Stores faters. Wblsal Gcers.
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LOCOsOTIVES. ALL 1 A~US. DOVUGOT AND SOLD
LOOO1G CAUR AND LOCONOTIVES A SPECIALTY
oeArno tuo TIEt AND CAR COMPANY, ATLAuTA, OA.


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East Coast Lumber Co.
ROUGH AND DIRBSSD IOM LSAP

Yellow Pine Lumber

Bundled Rosin Barrel Staves In Crlhad Loag
steamer shipmate a Spcmlt.

WATLERTOWN. fLORIDA
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THE COMMEILCIAL BA M
ACOm.LLE. FLA. IObuM 08 OW *.. 0 .
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asiaai sxtrwy e. -Iar =aBnirV a i f fppa ^vmv ena"Mi
by thO OnoebS.Il.
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CONSOLIDATED

SHome Ofi
Brachkes,


NAVAL STORES COMPANY.

rice: JACKSONVILLE, FLA,
: Savannal. 6., and Pensacola, Fla.


OFFICERS.
WALTER F. OA&CHMAN, Prlidact; D. H. MeMILLAN, H. ODVINGTON, JOHN H. POWELL, R. B. POWELL and W. J. KELLY, Viam PramMeda
J. C. ITTL, Srtary ma Treaar atJ e Jak .Q Hri ry at vleh; J. HOD. A t rtry t ava; K. ROZIE, Assistat eeretry at Peasla.
KxUI TIVgV COMM1rTTK: W. W. Oommer, W. F. Coachman, W. J. Hima, C. B. Rogers, and A. 8. Hubbard.
DIRXCORB: W. J. Hillma, W. W. Cummer, D. H. McMillan, W. F. Coa=smi, W. C. Powell, H. L Covington, C. B. Rogers, John Powll, A. & Hab-
bad. 8. A. Alfod, C. W. Dea, R. B. Powell, W. J. Kdly.



NAVAL STORES FACTORS


Paid in Capital Stock, $2,500,000
Owmed and Controlled by Practical Operators.
fte COqnsoldated" Is purely a co-operative Company. Its Interests are Identical wwt those
of te Producers. TAF patroene of turpentine operators everywhere Invited.
Two Wllio acres of Land and Timber for sale on easy terms.
Pra% omerV eae invrlb to oll or correspond.


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WEEKLY INDUSTRIAL


RECORD.


PUBLSHED EVERY SATURDAY. DEVOTED TO NAVAL STORES, LUMR AND MANUFACTURING IMlmrbdtoJ

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The True Situation of the Turpentine Market. Turpentine Industry May Change From the

The Combine Trylag to Frustrate Plan of the Germa Sydcate. Port of New Orleans.
The readers of last week's issue of the rels of spirits turpentine are stocked, but Following from the New Orleans World and when she was asked if the manager
Naval Stores Review have been treated to they refrain from showing you the utterly will be of interest to the readers of the was in, she answered that probably the
a very beautiful account of the situation empty tanks at other ports, Antwerp, Record: visitor wanted to see Mr. Mason, who
Hamburg, etc., where under ordinary con- West Louisiana and East Texas will would be found in the office of the United
i the sprits turpentine market. A whole editions thousands of barrels should be produce this year approximately $4,000,- Naval Stores Company.
pge of that valuable periodical has been found at this time of the year. And as 000 worth of turpentine, resin and other Efforts to obtain from others interested
ar-l-I to take up the dope which, be- far as London is concerned, if you try to naval stores, an industry that will reach in the naval stores business in New Or-
tween frat and second lunch around the buy a bigger quantity you will experience its first year of prominent development learn information as to the manner of
re, has b poured into the reporter. that all of a sudden this market, said to with this season in the territory mention- handling the business through this port
ne truths are brought out in the arti- be so very weak, will strengthen and ed, and of all this vast amount of new and the reason that no market was mai-
de, but wonderfully veiled they appear, prices up to a shilling over the ordinary business in territory tributary to it the tained here brought the almost invariable
amidst all the tale of overabundance of price will be asked of you. In Hamburg, port of New Orleans will receive no bene- answer: "The best information on this
tedea, aam lack of demand, etc., which in where the great interests operate also on fit at all if the present programme of the matter can be given by the United Naval
itself, even without the aid of the great a very large scale about the same thing persons who control the turpentine and Stores Company," or "Go see the Ameri-
terast, would tend to frustrate the plan happens as in London. Offers are made naval stores industry in this part of the can Naval Stores Company."
t that German Syndicate who has -under- every day, but little or no sales on the world is carried out. The reason for this kind of answer be-
takes to bring some order into the chaos part of the great interests are reported. While a great amount of naval stores is came apparent when it was learned that
Of msaiplation the world has witnessed They are simply offering what they have shipped through New Orleans now, it does the two companies named control praeti-
de&.i the last season. We have only not got. That is the one true fact of the not figure in the business of the port. As cally all the naval stores business of the
wedred, that the great interests who turpentine situation, that the great inter- was shown in the testimony given before South and exercise a dictatorial power
detatd the article have not helped it eats are SHORT, and that they are facing the port investigation commission, the pro- over the market, the producers, the ship-
al eby actual STATISTICS! After all, enormous contracts yet to be filled. This duct of the forests of West Louisiana and pers and the dealers. The United Naval
thee ay always be found some way of is the reason why they try to prevent the East Texas in the way of naval stores is Stores Company, or the persons who eom-
eiq. j g uabised opinions with figures, success of the enterprise of the German brought to the railroad wharves in schoon- pose it own and control the South Atlantic
but perhlp the great interests have be- Syndicate in preaching lower prices, but era, there transferred to barges and onto Steamship Company, which has recently
am t realize that there will hardly be we may warn the consumers to pay no vessels that carry it out, and the port gets figured somewhat conspicuously in the
ahL,., left who would take the statis- further attention to the "babbling of chil- no benefit. public eye on account of testimony as to
tim rioulsy. Besides, it would be very dren who fear the spanking." In the first Beginning last Monday a meeting of it given before the port investigating com-
daim e to anyone closely connected with place, the undertaking of the German Syn- the turpentine and naval stores producers mittee. It makes no difference to the
ae naval stres trade to note what dictate is going to be a success; it cannot of the territory named held meetings at naval stores company therefore whether
amm t of spirits turpentine is to be had be anything else, since after a week's Beaumont for the purpose of organizing it ships its product through New Orleans,
whe in aro~pe the story goes that the trial, the great interests, even through a selling company, making agreements Galveston, Port Arthur, or Bolivar Point,
a Iris, declared as being loaded with their mouthpiece, the Naval Stores Review, with railroads for rates and deciding upon and the last named place is spoken of as
eas W,0 barrels spirits turpentine, dis- have convinced everybody that they FEAR an assembling point for the marine ship- the probable assembling point for the
dmrld only about 800 barrels at Ant- the bull movement. And what the sue- ment of their output, shipment of naval stores produced in
w Ar, the remainder not having been load- cess of the undertaking means, is easy to Among those who attended that meet- Southwest Louisiana and Southeast Texas.
d at all, for the bitter want of it. We be seen-the result will be HIGHER and ing were G. F. Mason and M. A. Davis of That was one of the questions discussed
wadn like to see the tanks of those which HIGHEST prices for spirits turpentine for New Orleans. Mobile, Savannah, Gulfport, at the Beaumont meeting at which Mr.
mt loudly elaim that spirits tnrlentine weeks to come. The producers are awak- Jacksonville and other markets east of Mason was present, according to the pub-
s eagh in their possession! Perhaps ening to the situation, they realize that the Mississippi river were represented at lished reports.
th SPIrIT8 turpentine, which they are this is their only chance to market their that meeting. It is announced that the purpose of that
d-t-ed to contain, will turn out to be stuf at good prices and we feel that they Mr. Mason, who is vice-president of the meeting was to agree upon the details for
that sort of SPIRITS, which among the will not sell at low prices any longer. United Naval Stores Company, with of- the formation of a company, to be desig-
ea4 interest, doubtless will be easier They have confidence in the movement and fees 800 Canal-Louisiana Bank building, nated as a selling company, for the hand-
IAhle at this moment, even though will rather hold on to their stocks for any is also manager for the American Naval ling and disposition of the product from
-is prohibition in Georgia. The fact period than let it go now at low prices, Stores Company, with offices 804 in the the stills and forests owned and controlled
, tat the great interests are SHORT to feed the requirements of the great in- same building. He returned yesterday by the naval stores company.
Sspirits turpentine and they have been terests. In our opinion the consumers of from the Beaumont meeting, where the It developed at the Beaumont meeting
shrt for a long time, because only thus spirits turpentine should take an active matters of rates, shipping point and hand- that an option had been secured upon a
is explained their scheme to induce buyers hand in the market and BUY, while the ling of the product of the forests con- site at Bolivar Point, opposite Galveston,
abroad to allow deliveries to be made at market is only at the beginning of the trolled by his companies and those allied just across the jetty channel, and if the
a Wer period. Amongst other statistics, rise, which will be witnessed during the with them were discussed, rate question could be satisfactorily ar-
we would like to see the amount of next few weeks, consumers, at any rate, When I called upon and asked him for ranged with the railroads, that would be
'lOlUS" which has been paid to Clf buy- will profit only if they BUY AT ONCE, some statement concerning the work of decided upon as the assembling point for
rs arod, for their willingness to have all they need. Supposing, then, that the the meeting and its effect upon and its the naval stores of a territory that is des-
th date of delivery put forward. The undertaking of the German Syndicate relation to the business of the port of tined in a few years to produce more than
m simple little word of "SHORT" is the should fail, the only thing which would New Orleans, Mr. Mason said he knew of three-fourths of all the naval stores of
adly. explamatim for all the bear tactics happen to the spirits turpentine now held nothing of interest in the proceedings of the world. It is a new business in that
f the great interests and fear, that they in tanks is that it would become the prey the meeting which the public would care section yet, and with a thrift and sound
wil be put in a very disagreeable predica- of the great interests, and those would ad- for; in fact, he did not think he could business judgment that indicates the most
== has dictated the bear letter of last vance the market to any figure in order tell anything at all that would be interest- admirable foresight the naval stores eom-
Uatiday. They pray in their sober hours to be repaid for the enormous losses which ing concerning the jneeting at which the pany, could it be called a trust, is seeking
tt buyers might listen to it and hold they have sustained already, through non- disposition of millions of dollars of busi- to exercise a supreme control from the
Sfor some time longer, so that the delivery of contracts and bonuses paid ness was discussed. When told that prob- start and in this way outstrip the per-
erma Symdicate would lose the courage for putting the date of delivery ahead. ably his view might not be shared by formances of John D. Rockefeller and the
to a the market further, and they will For the consumer we do not see, therefore, others, he repeated his first statement and Standard Oil combine, which, by the way,
Wr futures at comparatively low prices any chance at all. They will be caught hurried into his private office, leaving his is purchaser of about two-thirds of the
S tdibtest that they themselves do not at the highest prices by the great inter- Interviewer to find the way to the eleva- turpentine output of the world.
ein the strength of the present bull ests, unless they buy promptly and we ex- to rand make himself scarce. Two years ago there was not a stf for
areat. They refer you to London, press the hope that they will take this When a visit was made to the offices of the manufacture of turpentine in the East
t is mAd, in the mands of very in- warning, admitting willingly that through the American Naval Stores Company a Texas territory, and now it is estimated
S frie td of theirs-om 4000 bar- (Continued on page 5.) pretty young woman was found in charge, that the output this year will be worth


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VHI-]ITE OAK SPIRITS BARRELS

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

Wrte to CohMmbm barrel M Co., Celumb us, or to HENRY ELSON, Florida Mgr., Jack seavil ri.
IN


several million dollars, and the develop-
meat of the business is not yet well be-
gun.
Is New Orleans to be oat off from all
beneft of this rich traffic?
The answer appears to be "yes."
Do the persons back of this project pro-
pose to skip thia port and make a deal for
forcing the turpentine product of the ter-
ritory legitimately tributary to this port
through another port?
That also seems to be the programme.
There have been several meetings held
in Beanumnt to discus the plans for hand-
ling the naval stores output of the new
eld, and that of this week seems to have
been the most important, as some definite
plan was submitted.
The project means that the turpentine
product of the tie South, especially
that section wet of the Mississippi river,
will be handled through Bolivar Point, or
whatever point is decided upon as the as-
semblig point for the company in con-
trol. The plan by whih this is to be ac-
complished, t is understood, is to organ-
le a company, and each producer will
take Atoek in the company and will sell
his products to the central company,
which will in turn supply the consumers.
These product will be stored at some
port which offers shipping facilities to al
the world, ad at pr t it seems Bolivar
Point will be that point.
The capital stock of this section com-
pany will not be large, but the volume of
business transacted will be very large.
It will not require a great amount of
capital to carry out the plans, a the
assets of the concern will be represented
by naval stores instead of capital stock.
The offies and headquarters of the com-
pany will he'locted at Beaumont.
In an effort to obtain further informa-
tion on this matter, several of the local
dealers in naval stores were called upon,
but, as said above, all, with a peculiar
unanimity, referred the questioner to the
United Naval Store Company and its ally,
the Amercan Naval Stores Company. It
was said that all information about the
naval store bmineas of the South could
be had there, but the effort to obtain it
met with poor saeea, as Mr. Maon could
not nd anything to say that the public
and the business interests eaoerned with
the upbuilding of the city and the port of
New Orleans would care to read.
It is noticeable that the naval stores
business of this country, while always re-
strieted to the South, has been migratory.
Wimington, N. C., at one time was the
greatest naval store market of the world.
Then the center of the business shifted
to Chlrieste, 8. C., and for a spell that
city dictated the market operations tn
naval stores Now Savannah, Ga., is the
great central market and pressing that
city osely is Jacksonville F, -with
Pensaeola next and Tampa in the ruak.
So far as New Orleans is concerned, al-
though the richest virgin forests of the
world are almost at its doors, there is no
material importance attached to the na-
val stores business here. Attempts to
make a market here have been unsuessm-
ful, and now t seems that this port i to
be miated together in the next d-


ACCOUNTAM~S.
r. g. utchimnm, Jaekauilei, Fl.
Waler Muddaew, Jadkamavilh
AXEL
J. D. Weed & Co, Savannah, Ga.
BANK&
commerml Bank, Jacksonville, Fa.
3BR-WHOLKSAL
Chas m. m & O., Jamkavill, Ma.
.oaeph Zalf & Co., Ja. .arrfls. ma.
BARU L STATICL
snt oaset Lumber oe., Watrtown,


mrm8 AID CRATLnS
Summer Iamber fCo, Jakcsovril, PFl
OtC0XKT.
KlW Oraksry aad mim I,
Jacksaenvled, FI.

CLOTEHIG.
Stadad Clothing C., Jaeksonville, PIa

eom8 Im m M
D@1 a thi Jachonv soL, was
ash sadl MteS
M. A. aker, Brunswick, Ga.
COOPERAGE.


HARDWARIL
Tampa Hardware 0.., Tampa, FPi.
Weed & Co.. J. D, Savannah. (a.
HAY AND JRAIN.
Roars & On.. Wm. A.. Jeksonville. Fla
HATS.
(raig & Bro., J. A., Jacksennvile Fla.
Standard Clothing Co.. sinekinville. Via
HOOP IRON.
J. D. Weed & Co., Savannah, Ga.
HOTELS
Duval Hotel, Jacksonville, Fla.
Zahm's huropean Hotel, Jaek moville, Fla.
IRON WORKS.
Sehoifrld's Somns J. 8.. Maeon. Ga.
JEWELERhS.
B J. les Co.. Jacksonville, Fla.
Greenlsaf & Crosby Co., Jacksonville, Fla
Hess & S8eger, Jacksonville. Fla.
LUMBER.
t Coast Lumber OC, Watartown,
Florids.
LIQUORS.


Blum a Co., Chas.. Jacksonville, Fia.
Altmayer & Flatau Liquor Co., Maeon,
Ga.. end Jacksonville, Fla.
Joseph 7apf & Co.. Jacksonville, Fla.
MEDICINES.


tlnite Cooperage Co.,Jaksormnvile, FPh.
At-tit Oneparage o., Jakmonvfllsi, Ps. Bpecnr Madiesse Co.. Chattanooga, Tenn.


Wm. D. Jems, Jacmoill, Fla.
DRUGS-WHOLESALE.
Gresor-%tarwt Drug Co. Jadaonvlle.

=amna Driug C ThpaM, aIL
Bethers Drug .. Jahewl, P.


Nbel4 SnN CO, J. Man&, Ga.
[.mbmd Le I m Wks aUd Sepply OC, An-
umr. Ga.




1=6 JedmanvifleF lk


Sears & .., Wa. A., Jasheume le. fk.L
iOumJUDan.
%e 0eS Sons B O. J. .. Masm. Ga.
mbatrd Ire Works A aSpply Ok, Au-
g001136 Ga.
PUNERAL um XI@S.
The Cha. A. Clark C, Jakseonvlle, ai.

GAS.
JaesamrflhB. 1fles Go Jaeksonvme. vPa.
gONTSV viUnuJ KS.
Rtandsd Clothbi Co., Jaksonville. Via.
Stnurt- natela Co.. Jacksonvill. Pia.
Caig b&ro. J. A, Jaekeas vlla. Pa.
GROCERS-WHOLESALIL
WInas Co., J. P, Savanmh. Os.
YeTm O. JeBna ., SmanW Ga.


MACRHIN WORKS.
Schofeld's Sons Co., J. 8, Maeon. Ga.
Lombard Iron Works. Augusta, G.
MATERIAL FOR TURPEI TINE PRO-
CUSS.
Schofld's 8oas Co., J. 8., Macon, Ga.
METAL WORmERS.
NeUiDan 1rea. CL., JackeVe Savan-
as sa M eSn,
nah ad NeYs.
Baker, M. A., Brunswek, Ga., and rs-
colh, Fl.
MILL SUPPLIES
Sehboeld'l 8on Co, J. S., Maon, Oa
Tampa Hardware Co., Tampa, 7Ia.
Weed Co., J. DI, Savannah, GO.
Lombard Iron Works k Supply Co., Au-
gusta, Ga.
MONUMENTS.
Tampa Monumental Works, Tamps, 1.
MULIS AND HORSMl
W. A k.Co Tap. f.
NAVAL STORES.
Penin- ilar Naval Stores Co., Jacksonville
and aumpa, Fla.
Barnes & Jesup Co.. Jacksonville. Fa.
Consolidated Naval Stores Co., Jackson-
vile, Fa.
Weat-Flynn-Harris Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
Williams Co., J. P.. Pavannab, Ga.
Young Co., John R.. Savannah. Ga.
Southern States Naval Stores Oa, Saav
aSh. Ga


PAINTS.
Bond & Boura Co, Jacksonville, Fa.
PHOSPHATE SUPPLIES
Tampa Hardware Co., Tampa, h.
PLAN MILL.
Duval Planing Mill Co., Jacksonville, F.
PHOSPHATE MACHIn RY.
Lombard Iron Works & Supply Co., Au-
gusta, Ga.
PUMPS.
Schoseld's Sos Co., J. 8., Maeno, Ga.
RAULJOAD.
Atlantic. Coast inea.
SAWMILL.
Lombard Iron Works & Supply O., An-
gumta, cG.

Hours & Co.. Wa. A., Jackmoville. Fs.
SHIP TYADS.
Cummer Lumber Co, Jaekonavfla Fia
8HOES-WHOLKSALE.
Hutchinson Shoe Co., Jaekonvills, Fla.
Joe. Rosenheim Shoe Co., Savannah, OGa
TAMKS
(. M. Davis & Som, Pakltka, M.
Scholeld's Sons Co.. J. 8., Maeon, O.
Preston Miler Co., Crescent CHty, Ph
iLuxm.i zLsE BARRELS.
Atlantie Cooperage o., JaekNnvlle, Fla.
Florida Cooperage Co, Jacksonville, rh.
kUhrmi-ans STILLS.
Baker, M. A. Brunswiek, Ga., a Id Pr

MeKinan others .Ce .JaekeMals
Savannah am IM
TIn LADS.
Jacksonville Development Co, Jackson-
ville, Fla.
TUJI-ullul TOOLS.
Council Tool Co., Jackaovilie, FP.
Operator Tol OL Q1 CoIS 0- aIi
Ph.
J. D. Weed & Co. Savannah, Os.
WATCHES.
Greenleaf & Crosby Co., Jacksonville, Fla
Hess & Slagsr, .lJekaonvlle, Ph.
R. J. Riles Co, Jacksonville, la.
YELLOW PINE LUMBR.
Cummer Lumber Co, Jacksonville. Fl.
Fast Coast lumber Co.. Watertown. ILs.


WM. D. JONES
PMeSC PTI N SPCALIST


FAMILY DRUGGIST
107 fI. DAY iT.
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gration of the central market, and Bolivar
Point, or some other point satisfactory
and profitable to the owners and control-
lers of the tuerpentine product of a terri-
tory that can supply countless millions in
value, will be selected a sthe next central
market.
In this connection and as showing the
extent to which the Louisiana and Texas
fields are being developed, it may be men-
tioned that the Lutcher-Moore Lumber
Company recently has put in operation
at Baylor, La., one of the largest, if not
the largest, turpentine producing plants
in the world. The moat experienced and
competent men have been placed in charge
of the new works.
The orchard now has seventy-five crops,
750,000 boxes, of which 250,000 were cut
this year. The still of the new plant be-
gan operations this week. The force of
men employed is 350, principally negroes,
only the riders and the office force being
whites.
From this it can be seen that the tur-
pentine industry of a rich district is to be
thoroughly and intelligently developed and
New Orleans is to be left without the le-
gitimate benefit that is its due as a result
of that development.

TO TEE NAVAL STORES MNN OF
FLORIDA.
I would invite your attention to some
of the various legislation which was intro-
duced in the Florida House of Represen-
tatives during the session of 1903. A bill
was introduced with a view of securing
revenue out of the naval stores business.
The argument was presented that by fur-
naising certain tags or labels, as is done


in the inspection of fertilizers, a revenue
to the State could be made out of this
business. The naval stores people would
not pay it; that it would come out of
the purchasers of these supplies. This bill
was killed. I made a speech in opposition
to it. My recollection is that I am the
only one who made such a speech. There
may have been others.
There was a committee of men, engaged
in the naval stores business, at Tallahas-
see during the session of the legislature.
Owing to my record, being friendly to
their interests, I was requested to intro-
duce and take charge of the following
bill: "House Bill No. 547, a Bill to be
entitled an Act to Prevent and Prohibit
the Adulteration of Spirits of Turpentine
and Naval Stores, etc."
I do not take any credit for simply
doing my duty. I think, however, it
might be well for some of you gentlemen
to know who has been your friend in the
legislature. As you know, I am a can-
didate for Governor of Florida. Any as-
sistance you can give me will be higlfly
appreciated. I have the honor of being,
Very respectfully yours,
ALBERT W. GILCEHRIST,
Candidate for Governor of Florida.

THE TRUE SITUATION IN THE TUR-
PENTIMB MARKET.
(Continued from page 3.)
their prompt action they will help the
naval stores industry to come out of the
clutches of the great interests who have
so far manipulated the markets to the
detriment of consumers and producers
alike. OBSERVER.

CONSOLIDATED STEAMSHIP CO.
New York, March 25.-Plans of the re-
organization committee of the Consolidat-
ed Steamship Company, the Morse Atlan-
tic coastwise merger, involve a scaling
down of securities from $120,000,000, the
;resent outstanding capital, to $34,500,000.
The $fl.O00,000 of stock of the 'onsoli-
datel Steamship Company, it was learned
today, will be wiped out, and to the hold-
-es of the $(i.000.000 of 4 per cent bonds
534,000,000 in new bonds, preferred and


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common stock will be given. Of this
amount $12,000,000 will be in new 5 per
cent bonds.
While the details of the plan have been
worked out, the committee has still the
problem of raising $2,56 00, in cash to
pay off a floating debt. It is proposed to
issue to the holders of $0,000,000 of 4
per cent bonds, $12,000,000 in new 5 per
cent bonds, $15,000,000 of 6 per cent pre-
ferred stock and $7,500000 in common
stock.


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COMTPARATIVE KwRKK awnbki.
SPIRITS OF TIUPEETUEE FOR THU WEEK 3 *AM A2 &VANMAUA

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-Monday ....... .. 0 1 ... 197 4 3721,M
Tuesday ........ ...2 487 119 2l 4
Wednesday .... 56 118 663 342 371
Thursday ...... .... ... 7
Friday ..... . 57 .. 50 . 7 0 611,3
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Monday. Tuslda. WJl lay. .buy Friad.
Jax. Sk. Jax. Jav.Ja r. Jan .
WW ................ .00 6.06.00 5.905.90 5.9"M.86 .085.6 6.90
WG ..................5.90 5.90 .90 5.806.8 .85 5.86.80 5.96.89 .80
N .................... 5.6 5.65 .80 5.655.80 6.615.7 5.651.75 5.65
M ................... .30 5. 25.40 5.255.40 6.525.40 5.265.40 5.35
K .................. 5.00 4.855.00 4.905.00 4.905.00 4.90.00 4.90
1 ....................3.90 4. 4.10 4.154.10 4.1&.10 4.14.10 4.25
H .................... .66 3.904.00 4.004.05 4.004.0 4..04.05 4.15
tG ..................... 3.66 3.3.0 3.93.90 3.9.3.90 93.9 .956..90 4.00
F .................... 3.65 3.803.85 3.903.90 3.903.90 3.903.90 3.95
i .................... 3.65 3.753.80 3.863.86 3.853.85 3.80M3. 3.90
) .................... 3.60 3.703.77 3.753.85 3.7S 3.5 S.8S3.WI 3.85
CBA ............... .....60 3.63.75 3.653.85 3.653.85 3.813.0 3.8

REPORT OF 031 MOVEMENT JM3X AND AT SAVAMn.
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Jan. fv. JaM N.W a NOW. JO. law.


Monday .............. .. 86
Tuesday ................. 1,838
Wednesday ............... 337
Thursday ................ 959
Friday ................. 1,302


1,254 400
1,541 500
83 437
1,379 ....
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1,411 ,7 4,816
15630 63 6,473
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INDUSTRIAL RECORD
JAMES A. BOLLOMON, EdiAter-i-CMaf
A. H. MARSH, BIsiass Manage
R. T. ARNOLD. AdvrtosM Mamer
Published Ever SaituTray.
scarrom j. (Domestia)...S3 0. Per Anaum
O(OForeno gng..;.. o** **
"The Pine and Its Prodluts -
AU cmmncatIOe shlM be adhrees
I he Isndustri l Record Comupny.
Jeckoonvillo. Fra.
-*rnaonh scrsaland A" n-soe OffIbe a
Savannah. Ga.
Entered at the Postofce at Jacksonville. Fla
as secooudm-cas matter
Adopted by the Executive Columittee of
the Turpentine Operator*s Asoatioe
September 12. 1903, as its exnlesiv ol-
eial organ. Adopted in anmul emmvemkti
September 11 a the orga also f the g-
erl assodatio.
Adopted April 27th, 1H9. as the o1dlJ
orpsm of the Interstate Can Growe' As-
oriation. Adopted September 11, IM,. a
the onal official or, .a of the T. A.
Commended t3 lumber people by speoal
resolution adopted by the Georgia sawmlU
Asociation.


THE RECORD'S OMFICS.
The publishing plant and the main of-
eees of the Industrial Record Company
are located at the intersection of Bay and
newnan Streets, Jaksonville, Fla., in the
ery heart of the great turpentine and
yellwpine industries.
The Savannah. Ga.. offies is in the Board
of Trade BuJ;ding. Savaankm is the Iad-
ng o*a ar ml stores market in the word.
NOTICE TO PATROL.
Al payments for hrtia the IS-
4stril iRscr n d mma tisL thesmto
mst be made direct tthe hemr e4e iN
Jacksenvie. Agents are net aewed to
make collectlis under say d a ie se.
Bills for adveatiaing andt -apacrlptim am
sent out frem the h bMs W Vh 4,
ard an remittances must be made ie
to this =omp a. C
Iteammtial *agest PubN.Iilg C**


All Florida mourns because of the
death of United States Senator William
James Bryan. Young, brilliant, loyal,
faithful, honest, he was an honor to the
State he represented. Columns of rhetoric
or rhyme cannot add to the strength of
this expression, which is the opinion of
every voice in Florida.

If it is true that the demand for spirits
is little at present, it is a proof only that
the preachings of the great interests have
been listened to only too well. Buyers
have been made to believe that low prices
will come, but we feel that they will never
thank the great interests for such advice.
We know why none of the large inter-
ests in Savannah are interested in buy-
ing in the Savannah market. It is an il-
lustration of the boy who has to fetch
the stick with which he will be spanked.
If they do buy, so much more will be
taken up from the receipts and so much
more the bull movement will be strength-
ened. They keep out of Savannah but
scheme around in every other market, not
to do any actual trading, of course not,
but to disturb the market.
They are short and instead of buying
here, they go around abroad to pick up
stray lots however or wherever they can
get it, to fill the most urgent require-
ments with, even paying higher prices
than Savannah demands.
BATTLESHIP WILL BEAR THE AMJ
OF "FLORIDA;" LAST OFFICIAL
REQUEST OF SENATOR W. J. BRY-
AN.
One of the last official acts of the late
Senator W. J. Bryan was to urge the nam-
ing of a battleship after Florida, the State
he had the honor to represent. The Presi-


TIE WEEKLY INDUSTRIAL RECORD.


Fxeolttive Committee of the T. O. A.


The Executive Committee of the Turpentine
Operators Association will meet in Jackson-
ville, at the office of J. A. Hollomon in the
Realty Building, Newnan and Forsyth streets,
next Tuesday, March 31st, at 10 o'clock
There will be several matters of importance be-
fore the Committee, and it is urged that every
member meet on this occasion.

J. G. BOYD,
President.
J. A. HOLLOMON,
Secretary.


Turpentine Operators Must Not Temporize
With Theories, But Be Guided
By Actual Conditions.

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The Leoru Is lUlmu tUud alu rxtepn ux
letters advising that some operator, some-
where, is paying more than the wage scale
agreed upon. So frequent were these
communications that we begun an investi-
gation as to labor conditions. We desire
to emphasize, right here, the result of
that investigation, to-wit: the operator
who is paying more than the scale agreed
upon is doing more to disturb labor con-
ditions, to throw the industry into bad
repute, to make unsatisfactory conditions
generally than any other one agency.
There is no reason for it. Some of the
best and moat successful operators in the
Georgia-Florida territory are working their
crops well, with a full complement of la-
bor, at the uniform and adopted wage
scale. They see no necessity of giving
more-to give more would be to disorgan-
ize their operations, and cause dissatisfac-
tion even among the laborers employed.
There are one or two cases brought to
our observation, where an operator has
been forced to pay a higher scale because
a neighbor operator unwisely set the pace.
W-e know other instances, however, where
operators have refused to be "driven," even
by the unwise and almost cowardly act of


dent has honored the request, and now-
thanks to the dead Senator-the nation
will have a ship of the first magnitude
carrying at her masthead the name of one
of the nation's great commonwealths. Fol-
lowing is the letter that Senator Bryan
addressed to Secretary Metcalf just two
days before he took to his death-bed:
United States Senate, Washington, D. C.,
February 14, 1908.
My Dear Mr. Secretary:
Believing that the present congress will
provide for the construction of several
new battleships, in order that our country
may have an adequate navy, guarantor of
an honorable peace and insurer of victory
if war should come, I have taken the lib-
erty of addressing you this letter to ask
that one of such battleships be christened
the "Florida."
It is my information that the single-
turreted monitor named Florida is now
being used as a practice target, and
therefore condemned for offensive or de-
fensive service to the country in time of


a neg bor operator, an ave een a e
to keep their hands. Nerve and determi-


nation will always win. The reckless,
spendthrift, extravagant operator has had
a bitter lesson administered to him recent-
ly and yet he seems a dull pupil, either in-
capable of learning, or unwilling to learn.
There are one or two factorage houses,
one in particular, that are not as careful
in advising with and cooperating with
their customers as they might be in this
matter of wage scale.
Now in this connection we again urge
conservative operations. A little tempo-
rary spurt can very easily result, but ope-
rators in their actual operations should
not get too optimistic regarding the sit-
uation. It is better to run a scared race
even if the opposition is down and out,
and in this case the opposition is not down
and out by a good deal.
The Record is an optimist. It always
has been; it always will be. But in its
enthusiasm and in its cheer and good will
and sunny-side views it will never lose
sight of the truth. Theories are one thing.
In this great matter-of-fact world we can
rely only upon actual conditions. Operate
conservatively and you are on the safe
side.


in time of peace.
Did 1 not even have the honor, Mr. Sec-
retary, to represent the proud and patriot-
ic people of the State of Florida in the
United States Senate. and be interested
for that reason, in writing you as I shall
herein, I believe that my sense of the fit-
ness of things derived from the study of
the varying and interesting history of
Florida would impel me to suggest to you
the naming of one of those proposed bat-
tleships for the State of Florida.
However this may be, the present use
of the old, discarded single-turreted moni-
tor Florida, as a target, is not the sort of
target the State of Florida would choose
for the ship that is to represent upon the
high seas the invincible spirit of her sov-
ereign people. If the bearer of her name
is to be used as a target, her people would
prefer that it be as a great battleship in
the forefront and thickest of the fight, a
target for the bullets of this country's
enemies.
I do not mean to seem ungrateful, Mr.


war or further use, actually or potentially, Secretary, or to represent the people of


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Florida as ungrateful for the nPmla 0
the monitor "Florida," but 4 ema mst --
phatically assure you that no am ees
cause a more sincere throb of pai
pride in the loyal hearts of the peop od
Florida than would be caused by ye in
the naming of one of these battleship
herein suggested. Conjured up in
minds would be the inspiring picture of
magnificent battleship of the first
fluttering the Stars and Stripe and, w
a bone in her teeth, facing paifieslly ad
aggressively, as occasion demanded,
friendly or a hostile world.
I am confident that if her oders as
men should at all imbibe the "ora
spirit, victory would in every ease be fore
ordained.
There are many reasons for naming `S
of these new battleships for the State 0
Florida, which occur to me as I wr
which I am satisfied will naturally ag-



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These requirements are not met I
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woods, so when you wat oe to t
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THE WEEKLY INDUSTRIAL RECORD. I



This Easy Chipper Saves time and Money.

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gest themselves to you and conclusively
determine you to grant this request. I
ask it not merely because Florida contains
the oldest city in the United States, or
the most extensive seacoast of any State
in the Union, not only because of a most
interesting and unique history, from the
time Ponce de Leon made his search for
the fabled fountain on down through
Spanish, French, English, Indian, Ameri-
cae, Border and Civil was; not for the
fame it has achieved in song, sentiment
or story; nor because of the weird witch-
ery of its mos-hung live-oaks, nor for the
far-famed balm of its sunny clime; but
rather because her people possess, and I
believe the members of her crew and offi-
ears of the Arst-class battleship Florida
would acquire also that invincible spirit
which characterized the earlier contestants
for the dominion of her territory, which
demanded Old Hickory himself as her first
provisional governor, which sustained her
own gallat son, J. J. Dickinson, when, in
the war between the States, he did what
so other commander has ever done, charged
and captured with his cavalry a federal
gm-boat; and which, despite disasters of
war, epidemics of disease, calamitous vis-
itations of freezes, wholesale destruction
by re-is causing the State of Florida at
lat to enter upon her own as one of the
greatest of the sisterhood of States, earn-
at and honest in all that goes to make a
State great and powerful, unsurpassed in
that patriotism of her loyal sons and de-
voted daughters.
With great respect for all other names
that may be suggested to you and with
due deference to your opinion, I submit,
Mr. Secretary, no worthier name could be
ehose than "Florida" for one of Ameri-
a's great defenders.
Respectfully,
(8iged) W. J. BRYAN.
Hem. Victor H. Metcalf, Seeretary U. S.
Navy, Washington,D. .

NORTH CAROLINA PINE ASSOCIATION

Lmber Men Gather at Norfolk ad Elect
Ofcers for the L asung Year.
Norfolk, Va., March 28.-The North
Carolina Pine Association, controlling all
the leading lumber mills in eastern Vir-
ginia, Maryland, North and South Caro-
lim, met in annual session here today
with an attendance of about 100 leading
lumber manufacturers and mill men in the
for states present.
The reports showed more than one-half
of the mills of the association are closed
down as a result of present conditions,
with the normal output of lumber cut in
half. Prices, however, are reported to be
better than in the last few months.
The following officers were elected:
President, E. C. Fosburg, Norfolk, Va.;
vie--president, R. J. Camp; North Carolina
vice president, J. A. Brown; South Caro-
him vie president, J. G. Cherry; treasu


rer, W. D. Roper, Norfolk, Va.; secretary,
R. H. Morris, of North Carolina.
rices were discussed at length, but no
statement was given out. It is declared
that a careful curtailment of the output
for the summer was recommended.

NOTICE OF THE COMPLETION OF
PAVING ON CEDAR STREET FROM
FORSYTH STREET TO BEAVER
STREET.
City of Jacksonville, Florida,
March 23d, 1908.
Notice is hereby given that the work of
grading and paving Cedar Street from For-
syth Street to Beaver Street, which was
required to be done under Ordinance No.
1-38, has been completed and accepted by
the Board of Public Works, and the liens
claimed for said work have been entered
in the Street Improvement Lien Book.
The total length of said work is 107li.4,
width 24 feet; the total cost, $5,016.16; the
cost per square yard is $1.6655; the
amount paid by the City is $1,672.05; the
amount due from lot owners is $3,344.11;
the total frontage of lots liable for liens
therefore is 2103 feet; the amount of liens
per foot front claimed by the city for
said work is $1.59.
G. D. ACKERLY,
Recorder,
Secretary Board of Public Works.
NOTICE OF THE COMPLETION OF
PAVING ON DUVAL STREET FROM
BRIDGE STREET TO DAVIS STREET.
City of Jacksonville, Florida.
March 23d, 1908.
Notice is hereby given that the work
of grading and paving Duval Street from
Bridge Street to Davis Street, which was
required to be done under Ordinance No.
1-38, has been completed and accepted by
the Board of Public Works, and that the
liens claimed for said work have been en-
tered in the Street Improvement Lien
Book. The total length of said work is
12(3 feet. width 24 feet; the total cost
is $5,746.78; the cost per square yard is
$1.i41; the amount paid by the city is
$1,915.59; the amount due from lot owners
is $3,831.19; the total frontage of lots
liable for liens therefore is 2,114.3 feet; the
amount of the liens per foot front claimed
by the city for said work is $1.812.
G. D. ACKERLY,
Recorder,
Secretary Board of Public Works.

NOTICE OF THE COMPLETION OF
PAVING ON OCEAN STREET FROM
DUVAL STREET TO ASHLEY
STREET.
City of Jacksonville, Florida,
March 23d, 1908.
Notice is hereby given that the work of
grading and paving Ocean Street from Du-
val Street to Ashley Street, which was
required to be done under Ordinance No.
1-38. has been completed and accepted by
the Board of Public Works, and that the
liens claimed for said work have been en-
tered in the Street Improvement Lien
Book. The total length of said work is
467.4 feet, width 30 feet; the cost per
u siare yard is $1.657; the amount paid by
the city is $860.63; the amount due from
lot owners is $1,721.25; the total frontage
of lots liable for liens therefore is 840
feet the amount of the liens per foot front
claimed by the city for said work is
$2.0491.
G. D. ACKERLY,
Recorder,
Secretary Board of Public Works.


1eee8e s e* I # Igloo s o*** u o *I s*** u* g f* s -- -- ---

JOS. ROSENHEIM SHOE CO.
MANVrACTUdEas AND JOEAs1 = OI


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WANTId-A rtiluan to ru a 26-bbL
till. still. Mast have ree enda*-
W A ion. Apply at oneo to tlMiei l Trad-
ing Co., MoreiLa, icka, Mas
AND -4-4t
A successful operator bringing fiftem
F O R S A L E hands can buy an interest as ey trm,
Hate for this column is 2 eits per word or get position as woodesma, aen milm
or first iamertion and 1 ast Mr wor for west of Suwannee River ea oast lirm.
following lertions. No advertisemet Ten thousand acres round timber. Ged
taken for less than 40 eata for rst, al building and equipmats very way.
20 cents for following limerUiom. Obh Healthy place. Four crops virgi, eleven
mut accompany order* mle yoa yve 2d and 3d year. Gsuldea, BEgin., Fa
an account with us 2-7-08-3t
WANTED-Position as Woodsman or POSITION WANTED-By experiened
stiller. Can do either. Good experience turpentine man as manager of turpenti
place. Will buy an interest. Good refer-
and reference. S. L Smith ,Kissimmee, ences. Address A. M. C., 511 Ashley St.,
Fla. 3-21-2t Valdosta, Ga. 3-28-4t


WANTED-To buy round timber or tur-
pentine plants in operation. Give sched-
ule, location and lowest price Our mot-
to, "DO BUSINBSS." Address Naval
Stores, care Industrial Record, Jackson-
ville, Fla. 2-S- 1t
POSITION WANTED by turpentine
woodsman. Can furnish good references.
Address Box 37, DeVon, Fla. 2-22-2t
WANTED-All eommissaris to dlen up
their barm of all kinds of sed smeks ad
burlaps. We buy everything in tme way
of seeks. Write us. Ameriean Fibre C(..
aceksonville. pl.
WANTED-A number of honest young
men from this vicinity interested to read
ur 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 $40M0. Good backing. Ad-
dress Operator, eare Industrial Record. tf

WAINTDD-NAM FOR NEW HOTEL.
HNow Nearing Cmpietin at Wayea, 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,

Wayeroe Hotel Caompay,
Waycroes, Ga.
FOR SALE-Great bargains will be
given in quick sale of 46,000 acres fine
timbered lands in Clinch county, Ga.
Southern Railroad running through the
lands. W. L English, Americus, Oa
3-14-4t


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CERTIFIED MUMc AccOUnurA.
ROems, 4-47-48 MatUl LIP MMg


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Builders ad Ctraers Wift wag VW tq
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in our Lie.
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WHISKIES

GINS AND UMs
FROM

$1.50 to$5.00 per Gall.
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Pure Rye Wbikkle.
Controllers Blum's Miasgram ar
Rye-Agents for Jungit ai
Pabst Milwaukee Beers. Pr a up
plieatios.

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THE WEEKLY INDUSTRIAL RECORD.


NOTICE OF THE COMPLETION OF
PAVING ON MARKET STREET FROM
UION STRlET TO FIRST STREET.
City of Jacksonville, Florida,
March 23d, 1908.
Notice is hereby given that the work of
grading and paving Market Street from
Union Street to First Street, which was
required to be done under Ordinance No.
1-38, has been completed and accepted by
the Board of Public Works, and that the
liem claimed for said work have been en-
tered in the Street Improvement Lien
Book. The total length of said work is
I,500 feet, width 24 feet; the total cost,
$7,d .18; the cost per square yard is
$1.0; the amount paid by the city is
$2488.73; the amount due from lot own-
era is $4,77.45; the total frontage of
lots liable for liens therefore is 2,752 feet;
the amount of liens per foot front claimed
by the city for said work is $1.808 2-3.
G. D. ACKERLY,
Recorder,
Secretary Board of Public Works.

NOTIO OF THE COMPLETION OF
PAVING ON BEAVER STREET FROM
MAIN STRUT TO HOGAN STREET.
City of Jacksonville, Florida,
March 23d, 1908.
Notice is hereby given that the work of
grading and paving Beaver Street from
Main Street to -ogan Street, which was
required to be done under Ordinance No.
1-38, has been completed and accepted by
the Board of Public Works, and that the
lies claimed for said work have been en-
tered in the Street Improvement Lien
Book. The total length of said work is
137.5 feet, width 24 feet; the total cost
is $3,~ .43; the coat per square yard is
$1.46; the amount paid by the city is
$1,106.15; the amount due from lot own-
er is $8,1&28; the total frontage of lots
liable for iens therefore is 1,473.1 feet;
the amount of the liens per foot front
claimed by the city for said work is
$1.04.
G. D. ACKERLY,
Recorder,
Secretary Board of Public Works.

NOTICE OF THE COMPLETION OF
PAVING ON BAVER STREET FROM
HOGAN STRT TO CEDAR STREET.
City of Jacksonville, Florida,
March 23d, 1908.
Notice i hereby given that the work of
grading and paving Beaver Street from
Hgan Street to Cedar Street, which was
required to be done under Ordinance No.
1-38, has been completed and accepted by
the Board of Public Works, and that the
liens claimed for said work have been en-
tered in the Street Improvement Lien
Book. The total length of said work is
07.0 feet; with 30 feet; the total cost is
$3,716.10; the cost per square yard is
$1464; the amount paid by the city is
$8* J4; the amount due from lot owners
L $1,73&88; the Jacksonville Electric Com-
pany's portion is 672.9 square yards at
$I44-1,107.91; the total frontage of
kta liable for lies therefore is 1,263.8 feet;
the amount of liens per foot front claimed
by the city for aid work is $1.3759.
G. D. ACKERLY,
Recorder,
Secretary Board of Public Works.

OTICE OF THE COMPLETION OF
PAVING NIWNAN STREET FROM
ASLEY STREET TO UNION

City of Jacksonville, Florida,
March 23d, 1908
Notice is hereby given that the work
of grading and paving Newnan Street
fre Ashley Street to Union Street, which
was required to be done under Ordinance
No. 1-38, has been completed and accepted
by the Board of Public Works, and that
the lies claimed for said work have been
entered in the Street Improvement Lien
Book. The total length of said work is
I70.57 feet; width 30 feet; the total cost
is $3,1159; the cost per square yard is
*$1.79; the amount paid by the city is
$73L20; the amount due from lot owners
is $1,46.58; the Jacksonville Electric
Company's portion is 558.9 square yards
at $IAS79-$15.42; the total frontage of
Joa liable for liens therefore is 809.6 feet;
BWe aiunt of the liens per foot front


claimed by the city for said work is
$1.6865.
G. D. ACKERLY,
Recorder,
Secretary Board of Public Works.
NOTICE OF THE COMPLETION OF
PAVING ON COPELAND STREET
FROM LYDIA STREET TO OAK
STREET.
March 24th, 1908.
Notice is hereby given that the work of
grading and paving Copeland Street from
Lydia Street to Oak Street, which was
required to be done under Ordinance No.
1-39, has been completed and accepted by
the Board of Public Works, and that the
liens claimed for said work have been en-
tered in the Street Improvement Lien
Book. The total length of said work is
973 feet, width 24 feet; the total cost is
$1,772.39; the cost per square yard is
$0.68; the amount paid by the city is
$590.80; the amount due from lot owners
is $1,181.59; the total frontage of lots
liable for liens therefore is 1,500 feet; the
amount of the liens per foot front claimed
by the city for said work is $0.78773.
G. D. ACKERLY,
Recorder,
Secretary Board of Public Works.
NOTICE OF THE COMPLETION OF
PAVING ENTERPRISE STREET
FROM MYRTLE AVENUE TO CITY
LIMIT&
Notice is hereby given that the work
of grading and paving Enterprise Street
from Myrtle Avenue to City Limits, which
was required to Iw done under Ordinance
No. 1-30, has been completed and accepted
by the Board of Public Works, and that
the liens claimed for said work have been
entered in the Street Improvement Lien
Book. The total length of said work is
6,097.08 feet, width 20 feet; the total cost
is $10,101.12; the cost per square yard is
$0.6787; the amount paid by the city is
$3,234.13; the amount due from lot own-
ers is $6,468.25; the total frontage of lots
liable for liens therefore is 12,373.7 feet;
the amount of the liens per foot front
claimed by the city for said work is
$0.5227.
G. D. ACKERLY,
Recorder,
Secretary Board of Public Works.
NOTICE OF THE COMPLETION OF
PAVING ON LOMAX STREET FROM
RIVERSIDE AVENUE TO ST. JOHNS
RIVER.
City of Jacksonville, Florida,
March 24th, 1908.
Notice is hereby given that the work of
grading and paving Lomax Street from
Riverside Avenue to St. Johns River, which
was required to be done under Ordinane-
No. 1-39, has been completed and accepted I
by the Board of Public Works, and that
the liens claimed for said work have been
entered in the Street Improvement Lien
Book. The total length of said work is
533 feet, width 30 feet; the total cost is


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$1,499.03; the cost per square yard is
$0.84373; the amount paid by the city is
$499.68; the amount due from lot owners
is $999.35; the total frontage of lots liable
for liens therefore is 1,012.0 feet; the
amount of the liens per foot front claimed
by the city for said work is $0.9875.
G. D. ACKERLY,
Recorder,
Secretary Board of Public Works.
NOTICE OF THE COMPLETION OF
PAVING ON LOMAX STREET FROM
RIVERSIDE AVENUE TO PARK
STREET.
City of Jacksonville, Florida,
March 24th, 1908.
Notice is hereby given that the work of
grading and paving Lomax Street from
Riverside Avenue to Park Street, which
was required to Ihe done under Ordinance
No. 1-39, has been completed and accepted
by the Board of Public Works, and that
the liens claimed for said work have been
entered in the Street Improvement Lien
Book. The total length of said work is
967.0 feet; width 30 feet; the total cost
is *2.727.55; the cost per square yard is
*0.Hi01; the amount paid by the city is
$ii8.25; the amount due from lot owners
is $1.772.49; the Jacksonville Electric


Company's proportion is 80 square yards
at $0.8601--68.81; the total frontage of
lots liable for liens therefore is 1,504.5 feet;
the amount of the liens per foot front
claimed by the city for said work is
$1.1781.
G. D. ACKERLY,
Recorder,
Secretary Board of Public Works.
NOTICE.
The annual meeting of the stockituters
of the Florida Peat Fuel Construction
Company will be held at its office Room
46 Mutual Life Bldg., Jacksonvile. Fla.
on Tuesday, April 7th, 1908, at S o'clock
P. M.
ROBERT RANSOM,
President.
CHAS. S. ADAMS, Secretary.
3-21-2t

NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that the annual
meeting of the Hillman-Sutherland Com-
pany for the election of directors and such
other business as may come before the


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Diamuid dealers to Jacksearllle, iad or specialty is fa refmd- -
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Capital $200,000

HUTCHINSON SHOE COMPANY
VICTOR SHOES AND HATS
Vholesale JaclkonTille, Fla.


LIGHT SAW MILLS



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Saws and Suqrplis,


Steam and Gasoline


Engines


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PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTS & AUDITORS.
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Castg ad Dryrs



LZNI'S EUROPEAN HOTEL


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AN H USER.-BUSCH

St. Louis Lager Beer
Whotesale

Liprs, Wirs, MlNral Waters
Write for Prices


SBarnes & Jessup Company


Jickonvill. Florida..


Nava l Stores Factors and Commission

Merchants.


OFFICERS.
C. I. Barnes. Premodent. J. A. Ewing, Vice-Prsident.
E. B. Wolls. Secretary and Treasurer.

DIRECTORS C. H. Brnoe. J. A. Ewing, R. S. Hall.
J. R.. Saunders. E. C. Long, W. E. Cummer, E. B. Wells. W S.
Jennings G. W. Taylor.


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OCALA. FLOLIDA.
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meeting, will be held at the office of the
company in Jacksonville on Tuesday,
April 14th, 1908, at eleven o'clock a. m.
W. J. HILLMAN,
3-21-4t President.

NOTICE.
A special meeting of stockholders of the
American Oak Leather Tanning Company
will be held on Friday, April 3d, 1908, at
3:00 o'clock p. i., at the office of the
secretary in Jacksonville, Florida, for the
purpose of considering a plan of reorgani-
zation.
By order of the President.
ARTHUR F. PERRY,
Secretary.
Jacksonville, Fla., March 19th, 1908.
3-21-2t

NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING THE
COUNCIL TOOL CO.
In pursuance of the provisions of the
by-laws of the Council Tool Co., the an-


nual meeting of the corporation for the
purpose of receiving reports, for the elec-
tion of directors for the ensuing year and
for the transaction of such other business
as may come before the meeting, will be
held at eleven a. m. on Wednesday, the
8th day of April, 1908, in the offices of
the Consolidated Naval Stores Co., in the
city of Jacksonville, Fla.
K. B. COUNCIL,
March 12, 1908. Secretary.


NOTICE.
The annual meeting of stockholders of
the Herty Turpentine Cup Co., for the
election of Directors and for such other
business as may come before the meeting,
will be held at the office of the Secretary
in Jacksonville, Florida, on Wednesday,
April 15th. 1908, at 3:00 o'clock p. m.
CHASE. H. HERTY,
President.
Jacksonville. Fla.. March 9th, 1908.
3-14-5t

NOTICE OF INTENTION TO APPLY FOR
LETTERS PATENT.
Notice is hereby given that the under-
signed intend to apply to the Honorable
N. B. Broward, Governor of the State of
Florida, at Tallahassee, Florida, on the
16th day of April, 1908 .for Letters Patent
incorporating OSSINSKY & KLEPPER
CIAOTHING COMPANY under the laws of
the State of Florida, with and under the
following proposed Charter, the original
of which is now on file in the office of the
Secretary of State of the State of Florida.
ALEX OSSINSKY,
SAMUEL J. KLEPPER,
EMMA OSSINSKY,
SALLIE KLEPPER.
PROPOSED CHARTER OF


OSSINSKY & KLEPPER CLOTHING
COMPANY.
The undersigned hereby associate them-
lves together for the purpose of becom-
ig incorporated and forming a corpora-
ion under and by virtue of the laws of
he State of Florida. with and under the
allowing proposed Charter:
The name of this corporation shall be
)SSINSKY & KLEPP.'R CLOTHING
)OMPANY, and its businesses shall he
conducted in the State of Florida, and in
other States of the United States of
Lmerica and foreign countries wherever
necessary or convenient. The principal
ffiee of said corporation shall be in the
ity of Jacksonville, Florida.
II.
The general nature of the businaese to
i transacted by the said Company shall


be to buy and sell, trade and deal in dry
goods, clothing, ladies' ad eildrs' gar-
ments, shoes and hats, gem s
of dry goods and gentlemesa's f h gs,
and to do a general dry goods brlis
and all things incident thereto, and for
the purposes aforesaid to buy, sell, wn,
rent and use property, both real ana per-
sonal, including buildings, trade fxtre
and such other property y aybe eees-
sary for the conduct of said business, amd
to have and exercise mk power a y
be incident or convenient to the buh
of said corporation, and all f the rigta,
powers and privileges of a eprati or-
ganized under the as of tr tate of
Florida.
'IL
The amount of the capital staek of aid
corporation shall be Three Thouu d Dol-
lars ($3,000.00) to be divide aito Thirty
(30) shares of the par value of One Hm-
dred Dollars ($10000) eadh. Ah or say
part of the capital stock of said corpor-
tion shall be payable in or aJud or mad
for the purchase of property, ar or er-
vices at a just valuation "trof to be
fixed by the Board of DIMretra at a eMt-
ing called for that pwpo.
The term for w mhi id s rpora
shall exist shall be nhety-niae (M) yars.


V.
The business of aid corporation hall
be conducted by a Praident, a eretary-
Treasurer and a Board of Four (4) DIec-
tors. The number of the Detors may
be increased or diminished by the By-
Laws. The Directors shall be rested by
the stockholders at each ammnal m tig.
All other officers of this orporati an1
be elected annually by the D rs Th
annual meeting of this orpratim shll
be held on the third Monday in Arl of
each year at eleven o'elok a. m., unls
otherwise provided by the by-laws. The
incorporators and stockholders abh m et
at the offices of said earporati in Jack-
sonville, Florida, on the bh day of April,
1908, at 11 o'clock a. m., for the purpose
of adopting By-Laws, eoampetnhe the or-
ganization of this corporate, eleti g
officers for the ensuing year, ad trammt-
ing any business which may o-sa before
such meeting. Until the offers elasted at
the first annual meeting @hall hea quld,
the business of this corporatin ll be
conducted by the following oeers: Alex-
ander Ossinsky as Pr -t, Samuel J.
Klepper as Secretary-Tresurer, ad Alex-
ander Ossinsky, Samuel J. Klepper, Emma
Ossinsky and Sallie Klepper as Directors.
VI.
The highest amount of indiitedeesa or
liability to which this eorporathi shall at
any time subject itself shall be Fifteen
Thousand Dollars ($15a0,.).
VIL
The names of the subscribing ineepora-
tors of said corporation, together with the
amount of stock subscribed for by each,
are as follows:
Alexander Osainsky ............14 share
Samuel J. Klepper .............14 shares.
Emma Ossinsky ................ I s e.
Sallie-Klepper .................. I sare.
All of said subscribers and i rpratr
reside in the city of Jacksonville,
ALTX 0688NKY,,
SAMUWL J. KLUTR,
EMMA OBBINSY,
SALLIE KIUPPM.

State of Florida, County of DIval:
On this day personally appeared before
me Alexander Owinsky, Sauel J. Klep-
per, Emma Ossinsky and Sallie Kle-r,
who are well known to me and kmewn
to me to be the individuals described in
and who executed the fomreoa article
of incorporation, and acknowledged that
they executed the same for the prpoase
therein expressed.
Witness my hand and oial seal at
Jacksonville, Florida, this 14th day of
March, 1908.
M. kL IAiG,
(Seal.) Netary Publie.
My Commission expire Jae r 8, 1911.


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Southern Drug Mfg. Company
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FURNITURE COMPANY
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Manufacturers of TURPENTINE STILL
Complete Outfits and Extra Kettles, Capj, Armus, Wormv Fw-
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paymentfor in tWr owl
Old Stills en ino New Work Rs'SET'3
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tion that lves up to what we represent it to be. We have omen
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Knives, et.. etc.


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HALF TONES-.ZINC ETCHINGS
-rtsng and Enlraving Department
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THE FLORIDA TIMES-UNION
Sptleaidly equipped for business. Half Tones and Zinc
Utchigs ade to order in the most improved and artistic
fashim, Illutrations for newspapers and all kinds of Com-
werial Work, Pamphlets, Etc,
A Spsea is Mas of beladrit Reteuhing amd
lmbsImnbd Pb~tras aNd Psures.
Ib Wriafg ar applylftel Pr ces, Give tse Most Explicit I e"cripticn of What is
Wasted God Work am Proapt Deliveries Promised.
A FIP Ida EnstervpMe. Try It.
T OLDST WHIwmaY HOUSE IN1
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OLD SARP WILLIAMS-Pure FlPe
OM yeL By the gallon, .00; four full
nuta, P.06, exprma prenpid.
GON. J. OL4El--Pure Rye; Ria
sa Mellow. By the gallon .75; for
full qmart, o00, exprme prepaid
ANVIL RYE-Pure SulbtatWal Fam
S% W UBy te gallam .50; four fn
uJroOnD a*R By the gallon as;
fw full qts A. express prepaid.
OU.D KETUCKY OORN-Direet frea
so"i Warehouse; ine and old. By the
I 3.0; four full quarts $3.06 eprem
SODJ POINTER CLUB OORN--ieh and
a. bry ol- 3 M fear fll l sO, express prepad.
01 S lg5ak M m. fre upon a=ppeatiou.
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Is the Paper you wmlt. Is Is pehIu
daily and is from I2 to M hern shie 6f
any other daily newspaper Ia Florida.

$500 a Year $2S Six Months
roll Teleraphle and 8sDee mpws..
you want to keep posted m th nes, Sat
the Metropolis.

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