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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: April 18, 1908
Publication Date: -1909
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Lumber trade -- Newspapers -- Southern States   ( lcsh )
Naval stores -- Newspapers -- Southern states   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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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United States versus, American
Naval Stores Company, et al.
IN THIS ISSUE OF THE RECORD WE ARE PUBLISHIMF-
A FULL AND COMPLETE COPY, CERTIFIED TO BY THl
CLERK OF THE UNITED STATES CIRCUIT COURT, SOUTH-
ERN DISTRICT OF GEORGIA, OF THE INDICTMENT, UNITED
STATES VERSUS AMERICAN NAVAL STORES CO, ET AL.
THIS IS THE FIRST COMPLETE TEXT OF THIS INDICT-
SMEXT THAT HAS BEEN PUT IN PRINT. IT IS A REMARK-
ABLE DOCUMENT AND EVERY MAN INTERESTED IN NA-
VAL STORES, WHETHER A PRODUCER, A FACTOR OR A
CONSUMER, SHOULD READ THIS INDICTMENT.




JACKSONVILLE, FLA. SAVANNAH, CGA.



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TURPENTINE BARRELS ATLANTIC COOPERAGO CO.
MA MUUATURRS l AND-M4Dt TURPENTINE BARRELS
We have been Manufaeturing our own Staves for years and select the very best stock for our barrels.
Skilled Coopw* employed. Just beginning business in Jacksonville and we solicit a share of your pat-
ronage. Send as a trial order.
J. MeN. WRIHT. ha saIer aN0 Dyal-UpetureI =aulad -* Jae~ioeanvle. rl4lde.


Bulletin No. 2.

PARTY FARES

Effective April 3, 1908.
Fir parties of ten (10) ormore travewan to-
gleMer on oae tb two (2) cents per mle per
cepitta; ium per capital fwrej mn( 15)cents.

THESE RATES
Are open to the public and apply between
ay point on the

Atlantic Coast Lines


W. I. CRAKG.
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T. C. WHITE
IlrINd r .n.r As.l
WVLUNGTON. N. C.


A. W. FRITrOT
Divisioa Pumenger Agent.


East Coast Lumber Co.
ROUGH AND DRESSED LONG LEAP

Yellow Pine Lumber


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Bundled Rosin Barrel Staves in Carlod
Steamer Shipamnts a Sslaty.

WATEITOWN. FLORIDA


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THE COMMERCIAL BANK
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Iracbes: Ocal and LaU CMy
The largest leading tate Bank t Jackonville. Is erMs ted in an e-
fashioned strictly conservative meaner and is sbje to rbr n nmatmT
by the Comptroller.
trIndividual and Savings Aesounts solidted.
R. ROBINSON, W. OWEn, L. nAw.r AM
PresMemt. Vice-Presita. COMr.
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CONSOLIDATED NAVAL STORES COMPANY.


Home Office:


JACKSONVILLE,


Branches: Savannah. Ga., and Pensac9la, Fla.

OFFICERS.
WALTER F. COACHMAN, President; D. H. McMILLAN, H. L. COVINGTON, JOHN H. POWELL, R. B. POWELL and W. J. KELLY, Vice Presidents.
J. C. ITTLE, e8aretary and Treasurer at Jacksonville; J. Q. HODGES. Assistant Secretary at Savannah; J. K. ROZIER, Assistant Secretary at Pensaola.
KXJLiaIVE C(OMMITTEE: W. W. Summer, W. F. Coachman, W. J. Hillman, C. B. Rogers, and A. S. Hubbard.
DIRECTORS: W. J. illmanu, 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, 8. 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.
Produaera are Invited to call or correspond.
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Full Text of the Bill of Indictment, United States vs.


American Naval Stores Co, et al, as certified to by


Clerk T. F. Johnson, of the Circuit Court of the


United States for the Southern District of Georgia.



UNITED STATES OF AMERICA,)
Eastern DIFISIO. SS.

SO UTHERN DISTRICT OF GEORGIA)

1, T. F. Johnson, Clerk of the
Circuit Court of the United States of America, for the Southern District of Georgia,

do hereby certify that the Writing annexd to this certificate is a true copy of its respec-

tive original now on file and remaining on record in my office,

To wit Indiotment No. 546, United States versus American Naval Stores Company, et al.
Vio. Act July 2, 1890.

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have caused the seal of the said court to be hereunto
qr49ed, at the City of Savannah, in the Southern District of Georgia, this


[SEAL]


this Fifteenth day of Apr 1, in the year of our Lord, one thousand, nine

hundred and eight, and of the Independence of the United States, the one

hundred and thirty-second.

T. F. JOHNSON, Clerk


United States of America, Eastern Divis-
ion, Southern District of Georgia.
United States Circuit oburt, November
Term, 197.
The Grand Jurors of the United States,
selected, chosen and sworn in and for the
Eastern Division of the Southern District
of Georgia, upon their oaths present:
First Count. That heretofore, to-wit:
on the first day of May, in the year of our
Lord one thousand nine hundred and seven,
American Naval Stores Company, a corpo-
ration duly organized and existing under
and by virtue of the laws of the State of
West Virginia. National Transportation
and Terminal Company, a corporation duly
organized and existing under and by vir-
tue of the laws of the State of New Jer-
sey, one Edmund S. Nash, one Spencer P.
Shotter, one J. F. Cooper Myers, one
George Meade Boardman, one C. J. De-
Loach, whose further given name is to the
grand jurors aforesaid unknown, and one
Carl Moller, within said Division and Dis-
trict and within the jurisdiction of this
Court, unlawfully and knowingly amongst
themselves and with divers other persons
to the grand jurors aforesaid unknown,
combined, conspired, confederated and
agreed together to restrain trade and com-
merce among the several States of the
United States and with foreign nations.
For that said American Naval Stdres
Company was, from the first day of May,
A. P. 1907, up to and including the date
of the finding of this bill of indictment, a
corporation" duly organized and existing
under and by virtue of the laws of the
State of West Virginia, with its princi-
pal office in the city of Savannah, County
of Chatham, within the Eastern Division
of the Southern District of Georgia, and


having branch office in the city of New
York, in the State of New York, Phila-
delphia. in the State of Pennsylvania,
Chicago. in the State of Illinois, St. Louis,
in the State of Missouri. Cincinnati, in
the State of Ohio, Louisville, in the State
of Kentucky, Wilmington, in the State of
North Carolina, Brunswick, in the State
of Georgia, Jacksonville, Tampa, Pensa-
cola and Fernandina, in the State of Flor-
ida, New Orleans, in the State of Louisi-
ana. Mobile, in the State of Alabama, and
(Gulfport, in the State of Mississippi, and
divers other places to the grand jurors
aforesaid unknown, and was during all of
said time engaged in trade and commerce
among the several States of the United
States and with foreign nations, within
the true intent and meaning of the Act
of Congress, approved July 2nd, 1890, en-.
titled "An Act to protect trade and com-
merce against unlawful restraints and
monopolies;" that is to say, was engaged
in buying, selling, shipping and exporting
spirits of turpentine, rosin and the pro-
ducts of pine forests and turpentine farms,
commonly called naval stores, within the
States of Georgia, North Carolina, South
Carolina, Florida, Alabama, Mississippi,
Louisiana and divers other States of the
United States, and divers European coun-
tries to the Grand Jurors aforesaid un-
known, and engaged in buying spirits of
turpentine, rosin and the products of pine
forests and turpentine farms commonly
known as naval stores, in the States of
Georgia, North Carolina, South Carolina,
Florida. Alabama, Mississippi and Louisi-
ana, and shipping said spirits of turpen-
tine, rosin and the products of pine for-
ests and turpentine farms commonly
known as naval stores to and selling the


same in the States of New York, Massa-
chusetts, Pennsylvania, Kentucky, Ohio,
Illinois and the countries of Great Brit-
ain, Germany, Belgium and divers other
States and divers other foreign nations to
the grand jurors aforesaid unknown; and
that during said time said Edmund S.
Nash was the President and chief execu-
tive officer of said American Naval Stores
Company; and the said Spencer P. Shot-
ter was the Chairman of the Board of
Directors and one of the principal execu-
tive officers of said American Naval Stores
Company; and said J. F. Cooper Myers
was the vice-president and one of the
chief executive officers of said company,
and said George Meade Boardman was the
treasurer and one of the chief executive
officers of said company, and said C. J.
DeLoach was the secretary and one of the
principal officers of said company, and the
said Carl Moller was the manager of the
Jacksonville, Florida, branch and an agent
and employee of said company; and that
from said first day of May, 1907, up to and
including the date of the finding of this
bill of indictment, the said National
Transportation and Terminal Company
was and now is a corporation duly organ-
ized and existing under and by virtue of
the laws of the State of New Jersey, and
owning and controlling warehouses and
terminal facilities for handling spirits of
turpentine, rosin and the products of pine
forests and turpentine farms commonly
known as naval stores, at Fernandina,
Jacksonville, Tampa, Pensacola, in the
State of Florida, Mobile in the State of
Alabama, Gulfport, in the State of Miss-
issippi, and divers other ports and places
within the United States to the grand
jurors aforesaid unknown, and at said


named ports and places engaged in storing
spirits of turpentine and rosin on yards
and in tanks and issuing warehouse re-
ceipts against and representing said spir-
its of turpentine and rosin, making con-
tracts for the storage thereof and collect-
ing therefore; and that during all of said
time J. F. Cooper Myers was the Prei-
dent and chief executive offer of said
National Transportation and Terminal
Company and the said C. J. DeLoaeh was
the secretary and one of the principal
executive officers of said National Trans-
portation and Terminal Compaay, and the
said Carl Moller was the manager of the
Jacksonville, Florida, branch of said Nat-
ional Transportation and Terminal Com-
pany and an agent and employee thereof;
and that on said first day of May, in the
year of our Lord one thousand nine hun-
dred and seven, the said American Naval
Stores Company, said National Transpor-
tation and Terminal Company, the said
Edmund S. Nash, said Spencer P. Shot-
ter. said J. F. Cooper Myers, said George
Meade Boardman, said C. J. DeLoaeh and
said Carl Moller, within the Eastern Di-
vision of the Southern District of Georgia,
and within the jurisdiction of this Court,
did unlawfully combine, conspire, eoated-
erate and agree together to restrain trade
and commerce among the several States
of the United States and with foreign na-
tions in the aforesaid articles of commerce
between the several States and foreign na-
tions, to-wit: spirits of turpentine, rosn
and the products of pine forests and tur-
pentine farms commonly called naval
stores, the said restraint of trade and com-
merce among the several States and for-
eign nations to be effected, amongst other
ways, as follows: by controlling, manip-








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VVVHITE OAK SPIRITS BARRELS

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

Write to Columbus Barrel Mff. Co., Columbus, Ga., or to HENRY ELSON, florlda Mgr., JacksenvMte, ifa.


ulating and arbitrarily bidding down and
depressing the market and market price of
spirits of turpentine and rosin, so that
competitors and producers could not sell
articles of commerce except at ruinous
prices; by coercing and causing naval
stores receipts which would normally and
naturlly flow to oe port f the United
States to be diverted to another port of
the United States; by purchasing there-
after at divers times a large part of its
supplies at naval stores ports known as
closed ports, and willfully and with the
deliberate intent and purpose of depress-
ing the market refraining from purchas-
ing any appreciable part of its supplies of
naval stores on the Savannah market,
where its purchases, if made, would tend
to strengthen prices and market there-
for, the said Savannah market being the
basic or primary market in the United
States for naval stores, and the said de-
fendants taking the receipts at said closed
ports of Pensacola, Tampa, Fernandina,
Gulfport and Mobile on a basis of the
market at Savannah; by coercing factors
and brokers into entering into contracts
with said defendants for storage and pur-
chase of their receipts, and refusing to
purchase from such factors and brokers
unless sueh contracts were entered into;
by circulating and publishing false state-
ments a to naval stores production and
stock in heads of producers and their im-
mediate representatives; by issuing and
causing to be elreulated and hypothecated
fraudulent warehouse receipts; by frau-
dulently grading, regrading and raising
grades of rosins, and falsely gauging
spirits of turpentine; by attempting to
bribe employes of competitors and factors
so as to obtain information as to com-
petitors' business and stocks; by inducing
consumers by payment of bonuses and
threats of boycott to postpone dates of
delivery of contract supplies, thus enab-
ling defendant to refrain from purchasing
such supplies, which purchases would tend.
if made, to strengthen the market and
prices; by making tentative offers of large
quantities of naval stores under prevail-
ing markets, intending then and there to
accept only contracts for small quanti-
ties, and to cover these sales by subse-
quent purchases to be made on a market
thus depressed by the aforesaid fraudu-
lent offers; by at divers times selling
spirits of turpentine and rosin at prices
far below the actual cost to themselves,
so as to compel competitors to meet said
prices, which said prices would be ruinous
to themselves as well as to their compet-
itors; by willfully and arbitrarily fixing
the price of spirits turpentine in the
United states below the eost of produc-
tion; each and all of the foregoing means
being for the purpose of crushing compet-
itors and driving them out of business,
and preventing competitors from engaging
in such trade and commerce among the
several States and foreign nations in the
aforesaid articles of commerce, and de-
stroying competition and restraining trade
in the aforesaid articles of commerce:
contrary to the form of the statutes in
such cases made and provided, and against
the peace and dignity of the said United
States.
Second Count. And the Grand Jurors
aforesaid, upon their oaths as aforesaid,
do further present that heretofore, to-wit:
on the first day of May, in the year cf
our Lord one-thousand nine hundred and
seven, American Naval Stores Company, a
corporation duly organized and existing
under and by virtue of the laws of the
State of West Virginia, National Trans-
portation and Terminal Company. a cor-
poration duly organized and existing im-
der and by virtue of the laws of the State
of New Jersey, one FAmund S. Nasih one
Spencer P. Hotter, one J. P. Cooper My-
ers, one George Meade Boardman. one C.
J. DeLoach, whose further givll name is
to the grand jurors gforesid 'mknkcwn,


Industrial Record's Buyers' Directory

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ACCOUNTANTS.
I G. Hutehinson, .acksooville. Fla.
Walter Mucklow, Jacksonville. Fl.
AXES.
J. D. Weed & Co., Savannah, Ga.

BANKS.
Commercial Bank, Jacksonville, Fla.
lBE-WHOLESALU .
Chas. Blum & Co., Jacksonville, la.
* oseph Zapf & Co., Jacksonville. Fl.
BARREL STAVES.


HATS.
Stuart-Bernstein Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
HARDWARE.
Tampa Hardware Co., Tampa, Fla.
Weed & Co.. J. D Savannah. Ga.
HAY AND JRAMI.
Hour & (o.. Wi. A.. Jacksonville. Fla
HATS.
Standard Clothing Co.. Jaicsonvlle. Fla
HOOP IRON.
J. D. Weed & Co., Savannah, Ga.


HOTILS .
East Coast Lumber Co, Watertown, HOT
Florida. Duval Hotel, Jacksonville, Fla.


BOXES AND CRATES.
summerr Lumber Co., Jacksonville, Fla.

CROCKERY.
Knight Crockery and Irunitu L.,
Jacksonville, Fla.

CLOTHING.


IRON WORKS.
Schofield's Som .o., J. 8.. Macon. Ga.
JSWELlRB.
R. J. Rile Co., Jacksoville, l .
(reenleaf & Crosby Co., Jacksonville, Fla
Hess & Slaget. Jacksonville, Fla.
LUMBUR.


Standard Clothing Co.. Jacksonville. Fla. ast COnst Lumber Co., Watertown,
Stuart-Bernstein Co., Jacksonville, Fla. Florida.


COPPER SMITH.
McMLan Brothers, JackLoMvle, Sava
sah ua" Ma .
M. A. Baker, Brunswick, Ga.
COOPERAGE.
blorida Cooperage Lo.,Jacksonville. Fla.
Atlantic Cooperage Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
DRUGS.
Wm. D. Jones. Jacksonville. Fla.
DRUGS-WHOLISALE.
Groover-Stewart Drug Co Jacksonville,

Tampa Dru Co., Tampa, l.
Southern Drug M Co., Jaeksmvill, Fla.
ENGINES.
ebofield's Sons Co., J. S., Macon, Ga.
Lombard Iroe Works and 8fpply Co., Aa-
guns. OI.
FURNITURE.
Knight Crockery and furniture Co,
Jacksonvlle, Fa.
Ramis, Jacksonvill, Fla.
FERTILIZrJS.
Bours & Co., Wm. A., Jasoeville, Fa.
OUNIDRIES.
%'holeld's Sons Co.. J. 8, Marna. Ga.
Lombard Iron Works & Supply Co., Au-
gusta, Ga.
FUNERAL DIRECTORS.
The Chas. A. Clark Co., Jacksonville, PFa.

GA&S
Jacksonville. Gas Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
GENTS" FURNISHERS.
Standard Clotbilg Co., Jacksonville. Fa.
Stuart-Bermstein Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
GROCERS-WHOLESALE.
Williams Co., J. P., Savannah. Oa.
Young Co, John IL, Savannah, Ga.


LIQUORS.
Blum & Co., Chas, Jacksonville, Fla.
Altmayer & Flatau Liquor Co., Macon,
Ga., and Jacksonville, Fla.
Joseph Zapf & Co. Jacksonville, Fla.
MEDICIEMS.
Spencer Medicine Co.. Chattanooga, Tenn.
MACRIWN WORKS,
Schofleld's Sons Co., J. 8, Maeon. Ga.
Lombard Iron Works. Augsta, Ga.

MATERIALS FOR TURPENTINE PRO-

Shofeld's Boas Co.. J. 8., Maeon, Ga.

METAL WORKERS.
MeMilas Bres. Cs., Jackesnile, Svasn-
nab and MeMIs.
Baker, M. A, Brunswiek, Os. and PFe -
cola, Fla

MILL SUPPLIES.
Bcholeld's Boa Co., J. 8., Maeon, Oa.
Weed & Co., J. D, Savannah, O.
Lombard Iron Works & Supply Co., Au-
gusta, Ga.

NAVAL STORES.
Penian-lar Naval Stores Co, Jacksonville
and 'lampa, Fla.
Barne & Jessup Co., JacksohM vlle Fla.
Consolidated Naval Stores Co., Jackson-
ville, Fl.
Vest-Flynn-Harris Co, Jacksonville, Fla.
Williams Co., J. P., Savannah, Ga.
Young Co.. John RI, Savanah. Ga.
Sosherad states Naval Stores O., Sava-
nak. a.
PLANING MILL.
Duval Planing Mill Co., Jacksonville, Fla.

PHOSPHATE MACHINERY.
SLombard Iron Works & Supply Co., Au-
I gusta, Ga.


Seholeh's Boas Co., J. 8., Maes, Ga.
PAln ROAlr
Atlantic Coast Lins.
SAWMILLS.
Lombard Iron Works & Supply Co., Au-
gusta, Ga.

Bourn & Co., Wi. A., Jacktonville, Is
SHIP YARDS.
Cummer Lumber Co., Jacksonville, aFl
SHrOS-WHOLESALLE
Hutchlison Shoe Co, Jacsonville, Fi.
Jos. oeenheim Shoe Co., Savarana, GO.
SHOIS-RETAIL.
Stuart-Bernstein Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
TANKII
G. M. Davis & Bon, Paltka, l.
Schofield's 8on Co., J. S., Maeon, O.
Prestow Miller Co., Creseat City, ll,

TIRPtENIMI BARRELS.
Atlantic Cooperage aO., Jaeksonville, a.
Florida Cooperage Co., Jackasoiile, Fla

TURPERTIME STILLS.
Baker, M. A, Bruaswiek, Ga., sad r
eola, FV.
M illak Brother .ce, .JakebaMn
Savannah ana Maebh.

TURIMM LANDS.
Jaksonvoalle Devlopment Co., Jacksom-
ville, Fla.
TURPai-.lUS TOOLS
Council Tool Co., Jasckaville, Fla.
J. D. Weed & O.. SarammaL, Oa.
WATCHES.
Greenleaf & Crosby Co., Jacksonville, rP
Hes A 8lager, Jaekoaille, Fla.
R. J. Riles Co, Jaeksoville, Fl.
YLLO.W PIH LUMBEL
Cummer Lumber Co, Jackseoa lle, Fl.
East Coast Lmber Co., Watertowa. P



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and one Carl Moller, within the Eastern
Division of the Southern District o G(;eor-
gia, did unlawfully combine, conspire, cln-
federate and agree together among thlin-
selves and with divers other persons to the
grand jurors aforesaid unknown, to mo-
nopolize a part of the trade and commerce
among the several States of the United
States and with foreign nations, that is
to say, the trade and commerce among
several States and with foreign nations
in spirits of turpentine and rosin and the
products of pine forests and turpentine
farms, commonly known as naval stores.
For that said American Naval Stores
Company was, from the first day of May,
A. D. 1907, up to and including the date
of the finding of this bill of indictment,
a corporation duly organized and existing
under and by virtue of the laws of the
State of West Virginia, with its princi-
pal office in the city of Savannah, county
of Chatham, within the Eastern Division
of the Southern District of Georgia, and
having branch offices within the city of
New York, in the State of New York,
Philadelphia, in the State of Pennsylvania,
Chiaego, in the State of Illinois, St. Louis,
in the State of Missouri, Cincinnati, in
the State of Ohio, Louisville, in the State
of Kentucky, Wilmington, in the State
of North Carolina, Brunswick, in the State
of Georgia, Jacksonville, Tampa, Pensa-
cola and Fernandina, in the State of
Florida, New Orleans, in the State of
Louisiana, Mobile in the State of Ala-
buma, and Gulfport, in the State of Mis-
sissippi, and divers other places to the
grand jurors aforesaid unknown, and was
during all of said time engaged in trade
and commerce among the several States of
the United States, and with foreign na-
tions, within the true intent and meaning
of the Act of Congress approved July 2,
1800, entitled "An Act to protect trade
and commerce against unlawful restraints
and monopolies;" that is to say, was en-
gaged in buying, selling, shipping and ex-
porting spirits of turpentine, rosin and the
products of pine forests and turpentine
farms, commonly called naval stores,
within the States of Georgia, North Caro-
lina, South Carolina, Elorida, Alabama,
Mississippi, Louisiana and divers other
States of the United States and divers
European countries, to the grand jurors
aforesaid unknown, and engaged in buying
spirits of turpentine, rosin and the prod-
ucts of pine forests and turpentine farms
commonly known as naval stores, in the
States of Georgia, North Carolina, South
Carolina, Florida, Alabama, Mississippi
and Louisiana, and shipping said spirits
of turpentine, rosin and the products of
pine forests and turpentine farms com-
monly known as naval stores, to and sell-
ing the same in the States of New York,
Massachusetts, Pennsylvania, Kentucky,
Ohio, llinoi and the countries of Great
Britain, Germany, Belgium and divers oth-

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er States and divers other foreign nations
to the grand jurors aforesaid unknown;
and that during said time said Edmund S.
Nash was the president and chief execu-
tive officer of said American Naval Stores
Company; and the said Spencer P. Shot-
ter was the (Ciairman of the Board of
Directors and one of the principal execu-
tive officers of said American Naval Stores
Company; and said J. F. Cooper Myers
was the vice-president and one of the
chief executive officers of said company,
and said George Meade Boardman was the
treasurer and one of the chief executive
officers of said company; and said 0. J.
DeLoach was the Secretary and one of the
principal officers of said company, and the
said Carl Moller was the manager of the
Jacksonille, Florida, branch and an agent
and employee of said company; and that
from said first day of May, 1907, up to
and including the date of the finding of
this indictment, the said National Trans-
portation and Terminal Company was and
now is a corporation duly organized and
existing under and by virtue of the laws
of the State of New Jersey, and owning
and controlling warehouses and terminal
facilities for handling spirits of turpen-
tine, rosin and the products of pine for-
ests and turpentine farms commonly
known as naval stores, at Fernandina,
Jacksonville, Tampa, Pensacola, in the
State of Florida, Mobile, in the State of
Alabama, Gulfport, in the State of Mis-
sissippi. and divers other ports and places
within the United States to the grand
jurors aforesaid unknown, and at said
named ports and places engaged in stor-
ing spirits of turpentine and rosin on
yards and in tanks and issuing warehouse
receipts against and representing said.
spirits of turpentine and rosin, making
contracts for the storage thereof and col-
lecting therefore; and that during all of
said time said J. F. Cooper Myers was the
president and chief executive officer of
said National Transportation and Termi-
nal Company and the said C. J. DeLoach
was the secretary and one of the principal
executive officers of said National Trans-
portation and Terminal Company, and
the said Carl Moller was the manager of
the Jacksonville, Florida, branch of said
National Transportation and Terminal
Company and an agent and employee
thereof; and the said American Naval
Stores Company, said National Trans-
portation and Terminal Company, said Ed-
mund S. Nash, said Spencer P. Shotter,
said J. F. Cooper Myers, said George
Meade Boardman, said C. J. DeLoach and
said (arl Moller, having already secured
to themselves the control of more than
half the trade and commerce among the
several States of the United States and

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with foreign nations in the aforesaid arti-
cles of commerce, did, then and there, on
said first day of May, in the year of our
Lord one thousand nine hundred and
seven, unlawfully combine, conspire, con-
federate and agree together amongst
themselves and with divers other persons
to the grand jurors aforesaid unknown.
to further monopolize the trade and com-
merce amongst the several States and
with foreign nations in the aforesaid arti-
cles of commerce, said monopolizing to be
effected amongst other ways as follows:
(Continued on page 7.)


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COMPARATIVE MARKET REPORTS.

SPIRITS OP TURPZNTINE FOR THE WEEK HBER AID AT SAVAJMA.
Prie. sBalwe iprr mm meet. Mtaee
Jax. Sa. Jaz. Say. Jax. Sa. Jai. Sav. Jax. aw
Saturday ...... .... 48 235 160 210 607 2"12
Monday .......5% 40 377 4440 .. 2,30 474 66122,061
Tuesday ......45 4 509 1,155 463 2822535
Wednesday .... 45 40 498 717 32 274 220
Thursday .....45 46 277 46 900 5 266 97~,238
ROSIN FOR THU WEEK LERK AND AT SAVAIAH.i
Monday. Tuesday. Wednesday. Thursday. Frlia.
Ja Saw. Jax. aSY Ja. Sw. Ja. a'v. Jas. LT.
WW ................. 5.555. 755.55 5.755.55 5.805.56 5.705.56 5.70
\V< ................. 5.55 5.705.55 5.705.56 5.605.6 5 5.66 5.60
N .................. 5.55 5.655.55 5.655.55 5.505.55 5.506.55 5.50
i M ................... 5.40 5.005.40 5.005.40 5.505.40.5.505.40 5.50
K .................... ... 5.05 5.205.05 5.205.05 5.156.05 6.155.05 5.25
I ..................... 4.05 4.154.05 4.204.10 4.254.10 4.254.20 4.36
H ................... 3.55 3.603.55 3.603.60 3.653.80 3.653.70 3.80
( .................. 3.45 3.553.45 3.503.50 3.653.50 3.6053.60 3.75
S F .................... 3.40 3.473.40 3.503.45 3.553.45 3.603.6 3.66
E .................... 3.35 3.423.35 3.453.40 3.503.40 3.503.40 3.60
I) ..................... 3.35 3.403.35 3.423.40 3.453.40 3.503.40 3.50
CBA ................. 3.30 3.353.30 3.403.35 3.403.36 3.463.35 3.40

REPORT OF ROSIN MOVEMENT BlRN AND AT SAVAJMAN.
Sal J. ay. Ja B a. J10 Sa.a
Jax. Saw. Jag. fav. Jax. fa. Janx. ar.


Saturday ............. . 487
' Monday ............. .... 1,069
Tuesday .................. 1,258
Wednesday ............... 483
Thursday ................ 1,365


928 50 8,120 873 1,874 22,912 5,514
770 .... 9,672 1,288 1,36 23,735 44,338
3,039 .. 4001,443 2,0025,023 4535
1,02 .... 5801,150 2,876 2648 48,230
1,483 .... 479 813 2,19202725 49,81


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INDUSTRIAL RECORD
JAMBS A. HOLLOMON, Editor-ti-Cl er
A. H. MARS. BDsness Mma er
t. T. ARNOLD, Advertmsi Manaer
Puahl"hd Evr n Soturday.
( tDomestic).. 3 00 Per Annun
sBona trro (( ee)....3. "
"The PftiMe n H Produit."
AB -cmmuan atieoa ld be addressed
Tho Inadlurial Record Company.
JcrksAonvlle. Fla.
suaeh dla and hunam Office a
Sravaunhxb. Ga.O
Entered at the Postofice at Jacksonville. Fla..
as second-class matter
Adopted by the Executive Committee of
th Turpentine -Opeato Aociatlo
September 12, 1902, a its exeluive offi-
dal organ. Adopted in annual convention
September 11 a the organ also of the gam-
wal asmocation.
Adapted April 27th, 1903, as the official
rga of the Interstate Cane Growers' As-
somition. Adopted September 11, 1903, a
the only official ora of the T. 0. A.
.Ommended to lumber people by spedal
reelution adopted by the Gorgi Sawmill

THE RECORD'S OFX1CE&
The publishing plant and the main of-
ems of tho Industrial Record Company
are located at the intersection of Bay and
Newas Streets, Jacksonville, Fla., in m
ry heart of the great turpentine an
yda pine idustri.
The vannah. Ga., ofie is in the Board
of Trade Bulding. SavansWh is the lead-
ing ope ar ial stores market in the world
MOTIC TO PATRONS.
A payments for advertiig in the In-
Jstrial Bacerd and mbecriti theret
mgt be made direct to the h 4me eoe is
Jacknvile. Agents ar net aEBwed to
make cllectimss ad uy circumstsnam
M for advertising a sabecriptim anr
um t frm the bh-e eMo, when da,
at aB remittanceM ret b made irct
to thiL c l y.


THE T. 0. A. AND ITS MEMBERS.
The Exeeutive Committee of the Tur-
pentine Operators' Association held an im-
portant meeting in the office of J. A. Hol
lomon Wednesday, transacting consider-
able routine business.
It is. enough for the Record to say at
this time that the Association, which has
always been a great power for good for
the producers, even though the opposition
at times brushed all opposing agencies
aside, is right now beginning most impor-
tant work, which, if successful, will be
far-reaching in the interest of operators.
The Association finds itself handicapped
for money on account of the fact that so
few operators have paid their annual dues.
Every operator reading this, whether in
Florida or Georgia or Alabama or Louis-
iana, or wherever he may be, is urged to
send to John H. Henderson, treasurer,
Jacksonville, Fla., $10 dues for the year
1907-'08 without further delay.

ATLANTIC NAVAL STORES CO.

Annual Meeting Held Yesterday and o
Per Cent Dividend Declared.

The annual meeting of the stockholders
of the Atlantic Naval Stores Company was
held at the offices of the company in the
Dyal-Upehurch building on Friday.
The company is in a flourishing condi-
tion and doing a prosperous business.
The following officers were re-eleceted to
serve for the ensuing year: R. H. Paul,
president; A. W. Kraus, vice-president and
general manager; H. E. Pritchett, second
vice-president; Henry Elson, treasurer; P.
D. Cassidey, secretary.
A dividend of 10 per cent was declared.


H. W. CLARK WEDS.

Popular Manager of J. P. Williams Co. off
on a Honeymoon Trip.
Friends of genial H. W. Clark, Jackson-
ville manager of the J. P. Williams Co.,
will be interested to know that he was
married Thursday morning to Mrs. F. E.
Glover, of this city.
The marriage was solemnized at the
Springfield Methodist Church and the wed-
ding was an exceedingly pretty one. The
chancel was filled with palms, Easter lilies
and other lovely plants and flowers.
The Rev. Mr. Williams officiated.
Immediately after the wedding Mr. and
Mrs. Clark drove to the train, and left on
a trip that will last about ten days. Dur-
ing their absence from Jacksonville they
will visit Atlanta and several other cities.

COTTON CONDITIONS ATARMTIG,
SAYS PRESIDENT HARVEY JORDAN
Atlanta, Ga., April 17.-That followers
of the policy of the Southern Cotton As-
sociation have been indifferent to the cause
lately is admitted by officers of that or-
ganization. This indifference President
Harvie Jordan attributes to good prices of
cotton up to January 1st. He now sees
that conditions are changing for the worse,
and declares that unless there is a waken-
ing up the South will next December face
conditions like those that menaced it in
1004:
President Jordan said:
"The adherents of the policies and pur-
poses of the Southern Cotton Association
have been somewhat indifferent to the
cause during the past eighteen months.
Activity in the ranks of the local county
associations has been allowed to slumber,
and the spirit of co-operative effort be-
tween the farmers, merchants and bankers
has not been so pronounced as the two
years preceding 1907. This apparent indif-
ference of the farming and business inter-
ests of the South, heretofore marching so
conspicuously under the flag of the South-
ern Cotton Association, has been due al-
most entirely to two things, viz: That
up to January 1, 1906, the cotton trade of
the world was never better, and the price
of spot cotton fairly satisfactory to grow-
ers, merchants and bankers. Under these
conditions the people appeared satisfied
and the power and influence of the asso-
ciation which had been so conspicuous in
forcing prices for spot cotton from 6 cents
to 11 and 12 cents, was allowed to remain
largely in a formative, but not very active
stage.
"Conditions are now rapidly changing
for the worse, and unless the strong ac-
tive forces of the South are again rehab-
ilitated under the flag of the association,
the South may face next December some-
what the same character of troubles which
meneaced us in the winter of 1904. The
cotton trade in this country is already se-
riously affected, and cables from my cor-
respondents in Europe just received indi-
cate that if spot cotton continues to go
down in price the cotton trade of Europe
will be disorganized. The speculative in-
terests operating on the New York Stock
Exchange are daily hammering down the
price of spot cotton to lower levels. If
spot holders give away and become panic-
stricken the small remnant of the 1907
crop now in the hands of the people will
go at low levels and cause the loss of mil-
lions of dollars to the growers and the
spinners alike, the speculative interests
alone being the beneficiaries. Spot cot-
ton must be held off the market if the


present tendency to continued depression
is to be checked. To prevent disaster next
fall, plant more corn and less cotton this
spring, and let the people in every county
go to work actively to complete and build
up their organizations so as to have the
united strength of the South as a bulwark
against any financial depression which may
continue from outside sources to menace
the best interests of the cotton growers."


TO THE NAVAL STORES MEN 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-
nishing 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 th.
only one who made such a speech. There
may have been o.hers.
There was a committee of men, engaged
in the naval stores business, at Tallabas-
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 Ao not take any credit for simply
doing my duty. I think, however, it
might be well or 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 highly
appreciated. I have the honor of being,
Very respectfully yours,
ALBERT W. GILCHRIST,
Candidate for Governor of Florida.

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NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR LET-
TERS PATENT.
NOTICE is hereby given that the sub-
scribers hereto will apply to the governorr
of the State of Florida on the 20th day of
May, A. D. 1908, for Letters Patent under
the following proposed charter.
L. H. WHITE,
C. I. TROWELL,
PAUL NICKERSON.
FRANK HARRISON,
CLAAU DE DENNY.
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ENTS, That we, the undersigned, do here-
by associate ourselves together and form
a body politic and corporate under and by
virtue of the laws of the State of Florida,
and do adopt the following Articles of
Incorporation:
Article I.
Section 1. The name of this corporation
shall be "White's Baking Cbmpany."
Section 2. The general offices and prin-
cipal place of business of said corporation
shall be in the city of Jacksonville, Duval
County, Florida.
Article IL
Section 1. The general nature of the
business to be transacted by said corpora-
tion shall be in engaging in buying and
selling at wholesale and retail, bakers'
goods, bakers' supplies, fixtures and ma-
chinery, and groceries; maintaining and
operating a cold storage plant. It shall
also have full power to own, hold, buy,
sell, rent, lease and mortgage any and all
kinds of personal property and real es-
tate; do a general brokerage and commis-
sion business, either such as is necessary
to carry on other business herein provided
for, or as an independent business.
Article m
Section 1. The amount of the author-
ized capital stock of said corporation shall
be Twenty Thousand Dollars, divided into
shares of One Hundred Dollars each.
Section 2. All of the above named capi-
tal stock shall be subscribed for and paid
in full, either in cash, goods, property be-
longing to the business or services render-
ed, the value of such property, labor and
services to be fixed by the undersigned in-
corporators before complete organization,
or by the Board of Directors after com-
plete organization, at any meeting called
for such purpose.
Section 3. Property, labor and services
may be purchased and paid for with capi-
tal stock at a just valuation of such
property, labor and services, to be fixed by
the Board of Directors at any meeting
called for such purpose.
Article IV.
Section 1. Said corporation shall exist
anl continue for ninety-nine years.
Article V.
Section 1. The business of said cor-
poration shall be conducted by a Presi-
dent, Manager, Secretary, Treasurer, As-
sistant Treasurer and a Board of three
Directors, which said Board of Directors
shall be made up of the President, Secre-
tary and Treasurer. The business of the
company shall be conducted by L. H.
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a The selection of a Lodge Emblem should be made with the greatest care to get QUALITY
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It cheapens a man in the eyes of his assoei;ates to wear "cheap" jewelry-even though he
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workmanship. Send for our beautifully illustrated catalogue with cuts of the different em-
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and C. I. Trowell, treasurer, until the next
election of officers.
The offices of President and Assistant
Treasurer may be held by one and the
same person, as well as the office of Sec-
retary and Treasurer. All of the afore-
said officers must be stockholders and shall
be elected by the stockholders on the first
Tuesday in April, 1900, and annually
thereafter. They shall hold office until
their successors are elected and qualified,
provided always, that any or all of said
officers may, at any time, without notice,
be removed by the stockholders, and others
elected to fill such vacancies at any reg-
ular or special meeting.
Artide VI.
Section 1. The highest amount of in-
debtedness to which said corporation can
at any time subject itself, is Five Thous-
and Dollars.
Article VIL
Section 1. The names, residences and
amount of stock subscribed for by each
of the subscribing incorporators, are as
follows:
L. H. White. Jacksonville, Fla., 185 shares.
C. I. Trowell. Jacksonville, Fla., 10 shares.
Paul Nickerson. Jacksonville, Fla., 3 shares
Frank Harrison. Jacksonville, Fla., 1 share.
Claude Denny, Jacksonville. Fla., 1 share.
L H. WHITE,
C. TROWELL
PAUL NICKERSON,
FRANK HARRISON,
CLAUSE DENNY.
State of Florida, County of Duval, as:
Personally appeared before the subscri-
ber, a Notary Public in and for the State
of Florida at Large, L H. White, C. I.
Trowell, Paul Nickerson, Frank Harrison
and Claude Denny, who are each person-
ally known to me, and known to me to be
the persons who signed the foregoing Ar-
ticles of Incorporation and each acknowl-
edged to me that he signed aad made him-
self party to such Articles of Incorpora-
tion for the purposes therein expressed.
In witness whereof, I have hereunto set
my hand and official seal this 16th day of
April A. D. 1908.
SAM'L W. FOX,
(Seal:) Notary Public.
Commission expires July 31, 1909.

(Continued from page 5.)
by controlling, manipulating and arbitra-
rily bidding down and depressing the mar-
ket and market price of spirits of turpen-
tine and rosin so that competitors and
producers could not sell said articles of
commerce except at ruinous prices; by
coercing and causing naval stores receipts
which would normally and naturally fow
to one port of the United States to be di-
verted to another port of the United
SStates; by purchasing thereafter at di-
vers times a large part of its supplies at
naval stores ports known as closed ports,
and willfully and with the deliberate in-
tent and purpose of depressing the mar-
ket, refraining from purchasing any ap-
preciable part of its supplies of naval
stores on the Savannah market where its
purchases, if made, would tend to strength-
en prices and market therefore, the said
Savannah market being the basie or pri-
mary market in the United States for
naval stores, and the said defendants tak-
ing the receipts at said closed ports of
Pensacola, Tampa. Fernandina, Gulfport
and Mobile on a basis of the market at
Savannah; by coercing factors and brokers
into entering into contracts with said de-
fendants for the storage and purchase of
their receipts, and refusing to purchase


from such factors and brokers unless such
contracts were entered into; by circulating
and publishing false statements as to na
val stores production and stocks in hands
of producers and their immediate repre-
sentatives; by issuing and causing to be.
circulated and hypothecated fraudulent
warehouse receipts; by fraudulently grad-
ing, regrading and raising grades of rosin
and falsely gauging spirits of turpentine;
by attempting to bribe employes of co m-
petitors and fators so as to obtain infor-
mation as to competitors' business and
stocks; by inducing consumers by pay-
ment of bonuses and threats of boycott
to postpone dates of delivery of contract
supplies, thus enabling defendants to re-
frain from purchasing such supplies which
purchases would tend, if made, to strength-
en the market and prices; by making ten-
tative oilers of large quantities of naval
stores under prevailing markets, intending,
then and there to accept only contracts fo
small quantities, and to cover these sales
by subsequent purchases to be made on
a market thus depressed by the aforesaid
fraudulent offers; by at clivers times sell-
ing spirits of turpentine and rosin at
prices far below the actual cost to them-
selves, so as to compel competitors to
meet said prices, which said prices would
be ruinous to themselves as well as to
their competitors; by willfully and arbi-
trarily fixing the price of spirits of tur-
pentine in the United States below the
cost of production; each and all of the
foregoing means being for the purpose of
crushing competitors and driving them out
of business, and preventing competitors
from engaging such trade and commerce
among the several States and foreign na-
tions in the aforesaid articles of commerce,
and destroying competition and monopo-
lizing trade in the aforesaid articles of
commerce; contrary to the form of the
statutes in such cases made and provided
and against the peace and dignity of the
said United States.
Third Count. And the grand jurors
aforesaid, upon their oaths as aforesaid,
do further present that heretofore, to-wit.
on the first day of May, in the year of our
Lord one thousand nine hundred and seven.
American Naval Stores Company, a cor-
poration duly organized and existing un-
der and by virtue of the laws of the State
of West Virginia, National Transporta-
tion and Terminal Company, a corporation
duly organized and existing under and
by virtue of the laws of the State of New
Jersey, one Edmund S. Nash, one Spencer
P. Shotter, one J. F. Cooper Myers. one
George Meade Boardman, one C. -. I)N-
Loach, whose further given name is to the
grand jurors aforesaid unknown, and one
Carl Moiler, within the Eastern Division
of the Southern District of Georgia andl
within the jurisdiction of this Court, did
then and there willfully, knowingly and
unlawfully monopolize and attempt to
moponolize a part of the trade and com-
merce among the several States of the
United States and with foreign nations,
that is to say the trade and commerce
among the several States and with foreign
nations in spirits of turpentine, rosin and
the products of pine forests and turpen-
tine farms, commonly known as naval
stores.
For that said American Naval Stores
Company was, from the first day of May.
A. D. 1907, up to and including the date
of the finding of this bill of indictment. a
corporation duly organized and existing
tnder and by virtue of the laws of the
State of West Virginia, with its princi-
pal office in the city of Savannah, County
of Chatham, within the eastern Division


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of the Sounthiirn District If IGeorgia. avin
havvig brane!i oi:lices in the city of New
i ik. in the Stite of New York. 'Phila-
;Irllia. in tl h State of Peinns ylvania,
(Cliiiaga. in tIle Slate of Illini.i- St. Louis,
il tine tate of M issouri, ( incinnati. in the
State o ((liio. Louisville. in the State of
Ke ntueky. Wilmington, in the State of
Nor:h (Carolina, Blrunswick. in the State
of (iorgia. lackisonville. Tampa. 'ensa-
c ola and IFernandina. in the State of Flor-
ida. New Orleans. in the State of Louis-
iana. Moblile. in the State of Alabama, and
ulllfport. in the.State of Mississippi. and
-livers other places to the grand jurors
a foresaid unknown, and Nwas luring all of
said time engaged in trade and commerce
among the several States of the United
States anil with foreign nations within
the true intent and meaning of the Act of
congresss approved July 2, 1810. entitled
"*An Act to protect trade and commerce
against unlawful restraints and monopo-
lies"; that is to say, was engaged in buy-
ing. selling, shipping and exporting spirits
of turpentine. rosin and the products of
pine forests and turpentine farms com-
monly known as naval stores. within the
States of Georgia. North Carolina. South
(aro'ina. Florida. Alabama. Misisisippi,
I ouisiana and divers other States of the
Ignited States and divers European coun-
tries to the grand jurors aforesaid un-
known, and engaged in buying spirits of
turpentine. rosin and the products of pine
forests ani turpentine farms commonly
known as naval stores, in the States of
Georgia. North Carolina. South Carolina,
Florida. Alabama. Mississippi and Louis-
iana, and shipping said spirits of turpen
tine. rosin and the products of pine for-




WANTED
AND

FOR SALE
Bate for thia column is 2 ents pr word
for Arst insertion and 1 eat per word for
following insertioa. No advertisement
taken for lee than 40 cents for irt, and
20 cents for following insertions. Oaah
must accompany orders unless you ieve
an account with us.

WANTED.-Good, reliable stiller wants
position. Can furnish best references.
Address P. W. Eldridge, Westville, Fla.
5-11-9t

FOR SAI.--Small turpentine place for
cash. Price $8500.00. Good backing. Ad-
dress Operator, earm Industrial Record. tf


WANTED-All emomaries to elae up
their barns of all kinds of ed e p minid
burlap. We buy everything in te way
of sacks. Write am. Amerisn Wb OL,
laerksnville, Fla.

WX. NTIo.- Position. Bookkeeper and
cm ,liu-ary man preferred. Will ride
wools. Healthy locality wanted. Six in
family. Sober. successful controller of la-
bor. Can bring few hands (good). Hatis-
faction guaranteed. Address Bo 306,
Devon, Fla. 4-18-4t

POSITION WANTED-For turpentine
woodsman. Can give good reference. Sat-
isfaction guaranteed. Box 37, Devon, Fla.
4-18-4t

SALESMEN-You receive $10.00 eah
daily selling merchants our $0.00 Auto-
matic Soda Fountain. Grant Mfg. Co.,
Pittsburg, Pa. 4-11-0t

POSITION WANTED-By experleed
turpentine man as manager of trmpietie
place. Will buy an interest. Good refer-
ences. Address A. M. C., 511 Ashley St.,
Valdosta, Ga. 3-2-4t

WANTED-A partner with $800 to go
into the naval stores business. Business
now open with good prospects. A perma-
nent business undertaking. D. D., care
Record. 4-4-3t




WHISKIES

GINS AND RUMS



$1.50 to$5.00 per Gallon

...... AGENCY FOR......

Lewis 166 amO Memut Vcenr
Pure Rye Wiskies.
Controllers Bluim's AMonorsmni mad hSylrv
live--Agents for Jungst Cirinmatl aW
I'alhst Mlilwaukee Beer Prri apm
plication.

CHAS. SLUM A 00.
L57 nid 51I W eT SAY T1 aCr
JACKaONVILLe InA.


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THE WIEELY INDUUrlIJAL RECORD.


DURIAN U. FLETOHER



Conceded to Be the




LEADING CANDIDATE



FOR





United States




Senator.


eats and turpentine farms commonly
known as naval stores, to and selling the
same in the States of New York, Massa-
chusetts, Pennsylvania, Kentucky, Ohio,
Illinois and the countries of Great Brit-
ain, Germany, Belgium and divers other
States and divers other foreign nations to
the grand jurors aforesaid unknown; and
_that during said time said Edmund S.
Nash was the president and chief execu-
tive officer of said American Naval Stores
Company, and the said Spencer P. Shot-
ter was the Chairman of the Board of
Directors and one of the principal execu-
tive officers of said American Naval Stores
Company, and said J. F. Cooper Myers
was the vice-president and one of the
chief executive officers of said company,
and said George Meade Boardman was the
treasurer and one of the chief executive
officers of said company, and said C. J.
Dejoach was the secretary and one of
the principal officers of said company, and
the said Carl Moller was the manager of
the Jacksonville, Florida, branch and an
agent and employee of said company; and
that from said first day of May, 1907, up
to and including the date of the finding of
this indictment, the said National Trans-
portation and Terminal Company was and
sow is a corporation duly organized and
existing under and by virtue of the laws
of the State of New Jersey and owning
and controlling warehouses and terminal
facilities for handling spirits of turpen-
tine, rosin and the products of pine for-
ests and turpentine farms commonly
known as naval stores, at Fernandina,
Jacksonville, Tampa, Pensacola, in the
State of Florida, Mobile in the State of
Alabama, Gulfport, in the State of Mis-
sissippi and divers other ports and places
within the United States to the grand
jurors aforesaid unknown, and at said
named ports and places engaged in storing
spirits of turpentine and rosin on yards
and in tanks and issuing warehouse re-
ceipts against and representing said spirits
of turpentine and rosin, making contracts
for the storage thereof and collecting
therefore, and that during all of said time
said J. F. Cooper Myers was the presi-
dent and chief executive officer of said


National Transportation and Terminal
Company, and the said C. J. DeLoach was
the secretary and one of the principal
executive officers of said National Trans-
portation and Terminal Company, and the
said Carl Moller was the manager of the
Jacksonville, Florida, branch of said Nat-
ional Transportation and Terminal Com-
pany and an agent and employee thereof;
and the said American Naval Stores Com-
pany, said National Transportation and
Terminal Company, said Edmund S. Nash,
said Spencer P. Shotter, said C. J. pe-
Ioach, said J. F. Cooper Myers, said
George Meade Boardman and said Carl
Moller, having already secured to them-
selves the control of more than half of the
trade and commerce among the several
States of the United States and with for-
eign nations in the aforesaid articles of
commerce, did, then and there, on said first
day of May, in the year of our Lord one
thousand nine hundred and seven, will-
fully, knowingly and unlawfully monopo-
lize and attempt to monopolize a part of
the trade and commerce among the sev-
eral States of the United States and with
foreign nations in the aforesaid articles
of commerce; by the means, among other
ways, as follows: By controlling, manip-
ulating and arbitrarily bidding down and
depressing the market and market price of
spirits of turpentine and rosin, so that
competitors and producers could not sell
said articles of commerce except at ruin-
ous prices; by coercing and causing naval
stores receipts which would normally and
naturally flow to one port of the United
States to be diverted to another port of
the United States; by purchasing there-
after at divers times a large part of its
supplies at naval stores ports known as
closed ports, and willfully and with the
deliberate intent and purpose of depress-
ing the market refraining from purchasing
any appreciable part of its supplies of
naval stores on the Savannah market,
where its purchases, if made, would tend
to strengthen prices and market therefore,
the said Savannah market being the basic
or primary market in the United States
for naval stores, and the said defendants
taking the receipts at said closed ports of


CHAS. A. CLARK, Im. |

Phone 186. Jacksonville. Fla.


Cook
WITH


If not.
Why not


aJACKSONVILLE
GAS COMPANY


Duval Planing Mill Co.
SvMamh ad W ed* e,. J*lck*l F
B aildrs and Cemtractm WI Be WRi t
Have Us 3M TIMr Wiek
in our LL.
Phone 1149




OUGHT SAW MILLS


P E C A N S LUS 8iW SNhugISN
Anaflze the werdl

Pnsoanant DPnfl. Saws and %ujMi's .


Economy of care
Certainty of results
ANual crop


Steam and Gasoline

Engaes


Nor-perishable product
uperior to all nuts. T

THE OP PORTUNITY OFTODAY
The fire to plant a peean grove L 0 M B AR D
wIl be the first to reap a
great harvest. AU A.
AUGUCErA GA.
for full Informateon apply to

THE 6RIFFIN6 BROS. Co. Phespate Ma- ery
Jacksonville. Fierls CatUn anI Drye





THU WURKLY INDUSTRIAL URBCOD.
Capital $20 000
HU TCHINSON0 SHOE COMPANY
VICTOR SHOES AND HATS
Wholesale 4 o Jaacsonville, Fla
Pensacola, Tampa, Fernandina, Gulfport sentatives; by issuing and causing to be supplies, thus enabling defendants to re- offers; by at divers times selling spirits
and Mobile on a bbais of the market at circulated and hypothecated fraudulent rain from purchasing such supplies, which of turpentine and refat price far be-
Savannah; by coercing factors and bro- warehouse receipts; by fraudulently grad- purchases would tend, if made, to strength- low the actual c& themselves, soas
kers into entering into contracts with said ing, regrading and raising grades of rosin n the market and prices; by making ten- to compel competitors to meet said price,
defendants for the storage and purchase and falsely gauging spirits of turpentine; tative offers of large quantities of naval which said prices would -be ruinous to
of their receipts, and refusing to purchase by attempting to bribe employes of com- stores under prevailing markets intending themselves as well as to their competi-
from such factors and brokers unless such petitors and factors so as to obtain infor then and there to accept and actually a- tors; by willfully and arbitrarily fixing
contracts were entered into; by circulating mation as to competitors' business and tepting only contracts for small quanti- the price of spirits turpentine in the
and publishing false statements as to na- stocks; by inducing consumers by pay- ties, and to cover these Waes by subse- United States below the cost of produc-
val stores production and stocks in hands ment of bonuses and threats of boycott quent purchases to be made on a market tion; each and all of the foregoing means
of producers and their immediate repre to postpone dates of delivery of contract thus depressed by the aforesaid fraudulent being for the purpose of ershing com-



Do You Take the Record?

If you do not you are failing to read and be profited by
one of the strongest champions the "man in the woods"
has ever had in the newspaper or trade journal field. For
six years the Industrial Record has stood on the firing line
in the interest of the producers of naval stores. How well
it has done its work every constant reader of the paper can
tell. "It has been worth hundreds of thousands of dollars
to the operators wrote one friend to us. We hope so. Of
the past, however, let others speak. The future is before us,
and it means that the Record must keep its place behind the
guns. We shall not flinch.
All we ask you to do, and do it now, please send the
paper $3.00 for one year's subscription. It takes several
thous-nd dollars a year to run the Record. We want
you--you who are reading these lines to do your share--
will you do it?
Sincerely yours,
JAMES A. HOLLOMON, Editor.


CUT OUT HERE
Jacksonville, Fla., 1908.
INDUSTRIAL RECORD CO.,
Jacksonville, Fla.
Enclosed please find $3.00, for which please send
me the Industrial Record one year from date.
(Signed)

NOTE---If you are already taking the Record and are in arrears, kindly enclose
the amount of your arrearage. We need it.






10 THE WEEKLY INDUSTRIAL RBOORD.



Southern Drug Mfg. Company
WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS AND MANUFACTURERS OF
Flavoring Extracts, Packed Drugs, B. B. Bluing, Vinegar and Pyne's Popular .eanedtol.
We handle everythir gin the Drug and Medicine line. Write for prices. JACKSONVILLE. FLA.


petitors and driving them out of business,
and preventing competitors from engaging JOSEPH
in such trade and commerce among the
several States and foreign nations in the
stroying competition and monopolizing
trade in the aforesaid articles of com-
meree. contrary to the form of the stat-
utes in such case made and provided, and
against the peace and dignity of the
United States.
ALEXANDER AKERMAN,
Assistant U. S. Attorney.


Walter Mucklow,
CLraTnD PUelI ACCOUrrAMT,
lm*** 4*-47-4 Mutul Life Bid

JACKIOVILLZ. kLA.


M. A. BAKER,
SAKER IMPROVED SEAMLESS


ZAPF CO


Wholesale Dealers in and BottlUi i
ANHEUSER-BUSCH
St. Louis Lager Beer
WholsAlo
Liqprs, Wies, Minral Waters
Write for Prices


INVENTOR AND THE
MANUfACTURER OF
TURPENTINE S1 ILLS.


DIAMOND VALUES DON'T FAIL
When your money is invested in godl Diamonds, you need never
worry alxut the markets. We have one of the most superb lines of pure
Diamonds in the South. Come and see for yourself.


11-13
Main St.


HESS & SLAER
Jlaok-ansvil!e Fea.


339
W.Bay St.


BEST TANKS
ON EARTH
Are made in Paltk, Qa., by O. .I Davi
Son. They u lueetd o -
p al ft thqe oftheMatterial.
adt cobinati im
far bilsit. Write them far
Yrostim before you buy a tim

o. M. DAVIU & SON, Palatka, Fla.


Write fte io- O. B. eny bpant th turpoeantlne belt.
Ale ale old uader g nunr.stee.
WORK THROUGH THE COUNTY PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO
The Largest and Oldest Copper Works in the South.
My specalttyis large s r w A heavy bottmns that do not leak
BRUNSWICK, GA. and PENSACOLA, FLA.


L MMo some aI eaIS I fall OlIoseslot ###to 184 4 got#& a a


J. W. Motent
PiiadenL


SB. ePakei
Vile-Pres.


James MaNatt.
Vi=6Pius.


W. W. Wilder,
Sec. & Treas.


John R. Young Co., :

Commission

Merchants.

Naval Stores Factors. Wholesale Grocers.

Savaniu~h SL Brunswick. Ga
O-Ip*ll Oiu I m 8ii illllll l ll IeIui I+ 4. & ti e


Southern States Naval Steres Cs
Savannah, Ga.
Factors and Commission Merchants
Ship to Savannah Get Competition Highest Prices Piomptest Beturns
Correepond With U



A*s* * **
C*- W XS% V XfW M &.. ...................W~


I J.S. Schofldl's Sons Goinan),


| Distiller's Pumping
S; 1Outfit
No plant complete without one.
Hundreds of them in use in Geora
SFlorida Alabama, Mimisppi and
South Carolina. Write for partu-
Sl and prices. We also manufacture
Engines, sielrs md nlih *
[ o rade Masely. u
a well s carry a full and onmplete
il* -" -- "
M M Su3m1110e0 Pi e,
Seller Tubes, Et.
Advise your wants.
i Macon, -- Georgia.
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BEFORE MAKING YOUR PURCHASE!
-See The-

KNIGHT CROCKERY
-And--


JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
.-
UINCTO: UR CUOCMOA: Y
D.ZL Q A. D. C. AMR[". P W. 9101.
. A. avw. a W. LOmaNTr. ht Vatei Fame A. C.er.
ca a.kws. ie GCraind mn.r. T. G. Claeh.
P. L.. We. G. A. PK rTTWAY, a Vice P-.. A. Prmuseom,
S. I endd, M. AgaY, "i Vim Po.s G. LIrrhw
. Wwb.. H.. m mn... ..ca I r... AL A@Nw.
a a. w.- W T. 3. ad.. X

PENINSULAR NAVAL STORES CO.
Commission Merchants
and Wholesale Grocers
Macftvi Piuts-JackshovUle. Tami0 and Fenuwadna,
Capita. Stock. 000.000.
'Capital Stock, $1.000.000.


H. D. WEED.


W. D. KRENSO-


J. D. WEED & CO.,

Savannah, Georgia

HEADQUARTERS FOR

Hoop Iron, Turpentine Tools,

Batting, Etc.


McMillan Bros.


PLANTERS

"Old Time" Remedies
THE JOY OF THE HOUSEHOLD.
T... for nat remedies, ue mu .ia, OT oo I.
and Caub OB, are ie joy of the beebhold. With them mr 6 41a, a
man b ready for uay eeurge. He ha a safe, relibe and IuMT rde
for wife, cildnre, mf or tek. With tihme remems ear the
dotor'os hand out of your poekeft, saa yet have a hly, t.y hmar .
Berde., you ema cre your atok of my allmet that myl thae
IUBIAN TEA-la LirM or Powder er-I the peat mlMy A EO i. I
will are all form of Liver and Kuidny m.pa.t., Pres fac i sa mtbe
Fever. Care the common aflmm oft abfdrs sand a mbinU emb It a Itn -I
m e-e uad reliable. the iquld, it s etrnmly paitaI n-m db
liMk i--ued it Is READY FOR US.
LUIP'ITA is a womm's medaimse. It wll ae -a thoe emmm.. 6*
womea, nda damei m- Female Troubl. It wil brig ysth bke tee o as wess-
who ham ums am uIo besame ds h thought t r wo% l.L It wn ae fr tm e
yon grl jut m t i wemdoe; and r~pr the yome te m as &
dwm of Life d mil r.
CUBAN Rt-LF-The Intant Pait Killer, for ther sr he--m at f
l~statly, Calle Cramps Cha l M orbum, Ditwarhe, ay y d Mak Hmao.
for eoale i hoa itI a u ifalHlibe remedy and is gmtoa to dWie reM i L
CUBAN 011-Trk Best Won and arve Lishramt i ir for em
.afg.d or torm dleh, and wol Inteatly relieve the pain. Cerm ismn-Msr seanm I
Ms and burns, bruies and omes, apple head and fame, and toodr Se
Relieves rhemnatie paias, lame beek, t joints and in steak re whoir m--
rtehre, teruh, fat, dloH r somes, mddl k, and A-m4i hedr&
Writ m far piae.
SPENCER MEDICINE CO.. Chattanoolga Toe


CUMER LUMBER COmP
JACKSONVILLE. FLA.

Rough Dreaoed Lum
Loeg Leaf Yollew P
BOXAs AM- 9MA1Ms


W. L. WILSON,
Pres. & Treas.


JNO. f. NARRIS.
Vice Pres.


U. J. SCOVII,
Sec'y a eAL aWp.


Florida Cooperage Company
(Ijcoaromd) Captal took 1e00,00
MANFrACTUIRRt OS


Turpentine,


Cotton Seed Oil, Dip


and Syrup Barrels.
Offtle ml Fctery Enterprie Mai Estes Stre.
Telephone 1855 Jacksoavllle, PIA.


Southern Copper
Works

Manufacturers of TURPENTINE STILLS
Complete Outfits and Extra Kettles, Cape, Arms, Worm&, Fr-
nace Doors and Grates always on hand
Old Stills taken in parNew Work and repairing dm
payment for Ne W in the ount
Heavy Cnepersmlthdnl Steam Pipe a4 Speelal Cpper We
Jacksonville, Fla.
A~ Fayetteville,N. C. Savannah, Ga. Mobile, A.


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Barnes & Jessup Company
Jacksonvlls. Florida.

MNaval Stores Factors and Commission
Merchante.

orrlcEis.
C. IL ba n. PrLiM- e. J. A. Ewin. Vice-Presidet.
o rWe SeertaL.y nd Treasurer.
DILECTOILab C 1k. re J. A. Ewing, R. S. Hill,
J. L. Sa-ades-. M. C. Long, W. E. C meor, E. B. Wells. W S.
J-aftaga 0. W. Taylor.

THE OLDEST WHISKEY HOUSE IN
TUX SOUTH. ( stablihed is xlm.)
OLD SHARP WILLIAMS-Pure Fie
Ol Ry. By the galon, 3.00; four fall
qurs .P53 express prepaid.
GBO. J. COLMAN-Pure Rye; Rich
and Mellow. By the gallon L.75; four
full quarts, .00, express prepaid.
A1NVIL RYE-Pure abstantial Family
Whbikey. By the gallon &50; four full
quarts .0, express prepaid.
(IFFORD RY E-By the gallon $2.5;
four full quarts 2.66, express prepaid.
OLD KENTUCKY CORN-Direct from
Boaded Warehouse; fine and old. By the
gallon $.00; four full quarts 350, express
prepaid.
OLD POINTER CLUB CORN-Pieh and
MeaBow. oy the Aw 5; four fullquarts .0, express prepaid.
a& lr Pri t sad staleogu. Mailed free upon application.
The Altmayer 4 Flatau Liquor Company
1 7213. 734. T26 W. ay SrmOt Jeckuonville, nla
P. a 3ss zzrt lha 314.


L V. VFr,
ProwenL,


X. jKniar.
rnwfff


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Softad TOM
. LuUm
Av timvma Tows


WEST FLYNN HARKI CO.
orNAL ovuCgac 0333 ANna 33. ne*------ *s
war? 3.. Jan ie .s.ee. a

NAVAL STORES FACTS
NAVAL STONR E3CZlVDM AT SAVANNA, A., JACKWS VnJ.L
FLA, A"D WWrMbWA. LA.
wholesale Grocear also Deal in ay. H Grn md Hma

Sfor lin ne6"l U"* Tow -t AMm
SOLE AGENTS ad waft l o" T`wV* M.
MERCHANTS VARIMMAL
SAVAIIAH, GA. JACKONVULr, LA" TA ,AA V

WILLIAM A. OURS JAMI3 0. pAw

WIVLAMA BOURSP SWWP
m es IIaum Sn ma n um L S W a-I s aw.
nay, Gra., feedI, ardle
ksipftur Supab~Vhw


aim MeW am fEmA


W ASK"S: W.1Jt ShboMe L seb Se 6." M "a
206 UAST "Y ST..a -JACUISSW nA.


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You will not in all your shopping,
so many appropriate, pretty and usm
together for your selection as here, a
upon you that while we do not keep C
Jewelry that is cheap-honest, reliable
tion that lives up to what we represent
excellent Shaving Sets. Fine Umbrell
Knives, etc., etc.


(Greenleaf & C

41 West Bay

Quality, Low Price and Variety ar
offer you to favor us with y4
ITE FOR CATALOG.


--- -- --OF- W W OF 0 W- awl WC Is

N OF


CLOCK.

find a single place where
,ful things are gathered
nd we want to impress
HEAP Jewelry we keep
SJewelryof every descrip-
it it to be. We have some
as, Silver Handle Pocket



rosby Co.

Street.

e the inducements we
our patronage.
SATISFACTION GUARANTEED
a** a aa* a a a aa** *aI


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