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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: May 2, 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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FREE CIRCULATION
On account of several especially interest-
ing articles on Naval Stores and kindred sub-
jects, the circulation of The RECORD for
the past two weeks has been increased by
Five Thousand Copies.
This increased circulation co sts the ad-
E/k. I vertiser nothing. At The RECORD's rates
D can ycu find a better paying proposition for
Wt the man who advertises? We think not.




JACKSONVILLE, FLA. SAVANNAH, GA.


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TUrPENTINE BARllELS ATLANTIC COOPE-AGF ;_
We a arTUCRS r UA w -MatE WRPtMII SArtLS
We have bmeens auateturing uur own Staves for years ald salee the very bMt tock for our birrelb.


killed Cson omai.d d. oJut beginning busineussn JecMksomvil and we solicit a hMar f your pt-
ronage. aead aOi tMU order.
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East Coast Lumber Co.
ROUGH AND DRESSED LONGm LAP

Yellow Pine Lumber

Bundled Rosin Barrel Staves In Carload Lot
St.m SBipmemts a Sp cily.

WATrERTOWN, rs10ovoA


Bulletin No. -2.

PARTY FARES

Effective April 3, 1908.
For perWe of tn (10) or marw aven s to-
gthm "u one ticket two (3) cen per ale per
e ma. -wrr" a gr cap1~dereflftee( s15)cents.

THERS RATES
Are opes to the pubc and apply between
any point on the

Atlantic Coast Lines
W. L. RAUG. T. C. WHITE. A. W. FRIrTOT
rmr-w TcMaumsr. GCmmi Ana. DImtLm Pgse.rr AsenL
WILMINGTON. N. C.


THE COMMERCIAL BANK
JACKSONVLLE, FLA. bDracem Sca I UL Ci
The target Ioadimg O8tte BDak I JacksoBvill. Is seadaod a d&-
fashioed strictly eommevativ msemer ad is eubjA to I ls r Uem M
by the COoptrlr.
irh.w.iridnal ad 8aivnl Aeolis sledtl.
H. RtOBISON, W. a OWEM, A. UMfL
Premmt. Vke-FR smI gM,-r.


Uresitstr ViCII-FUNGWAL CpdOL


CONSOLIDATED NAVAL STORES COMPANY.

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

OFFICERS.
WALTER F. IOACHLMAN, Preaient; D. H. eItaLA, H. L. COVINGTON, JOHN H. POWELL, R. B. POWELL and W. J. KELLY, Vice PreMdent.
J. C. TTIU, Bantsr and Tresurer at Jackomville; J. Q. HODGES Assistant Secretary at Savannah; J. K. BOZIER, Assistant Seestary at Pmeola.
ULZXXrijV COMMITTEE: W. W. Cummer, W. F. Coachman, W. J. Hillman, C. B. Rogers, and A. 8. Hubbard.
DIRECTOBR: W. J. HUllmm, W. W. Cummer, 1 H.L McMillan, W. F. Coachkan, W. C. Powell, H. L. Covington, C. B. Rogers, John H. Powoll, A. & Hub-
bard, A. Alford, C. W. Dean, R. B. Powell, W. J. Kelly.



NAVAL STORES FACTORS


Paid in Capital Stock, $2,500,000

Owned and Controlled by Practical Operators.
CThe Cosolldated" Is purely a co-operative romepIny. Its Interests are Identical with those
of the" Odurs. The patrenae of turpentine operators everywhere Invited.
*Tw llon acres of Land and Timber for sale on easy terms.
Prlodammnu nlv te d r to lto l or corrospond.


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No Time Was Ever Better or Oprtunity

Greater.

(Leading Editorial in May Sueeess Mag- a a e ehropmeter to be normal when not
maine) running TWhe highest happiness is the
What object is more pitiable than that feeling of well g, which comes to one
of a healthy, strong, well-educated young who i actively employed doing what he
man whining about the hard times, or the was made to do, carrying out the great
lack of opportunity in this land, which is life-purpoe patterned in hi individual
so packed with chances? In what other beat. The practl fulfilling of the life-
country, or at what other time in the his- purpose is to man what the actual running
tory of the world, were the times better or ad keeping time is to the watch. With-
the opportunities greater? out action both are meaningless.
Tens of thousands of young people in There is no tonie like that which comes
this country try to excuse themselves for from doing things worth while. There is
their failure to do something worth while no happiness like that which comes from
by saying that it is the fault of society, doing our level best every day, every-
that it is due to economic conditions to where; no satisnfation like that which
the fact that a few good-for-nothing idlers comes from stamping superiority, putting
get all the money and all the good things our royal trade-mark upon everything
while the many do all the work and bear which goes through our hands
all the burdens. Man was made to do things. Nothing
Young men and young women idle away else can take the place of achievement in
their lives, waiting for something to turn his life. Real happiness without achieve-
up, for somebody to boost them; while ment of ome worthyq aim in unthinkable.
other boys and girls with half their chance, One of the greatest satisfactions in thin
educate and lift themselves out of poverty world Is the feeling of enlargement, of
The veriest nonsense that ever entered a growth, of streting upward and onward.
youth's head is that the good chances are No pleasure an surpass that which omes
in the past, that somebody must help him from the concousness of feeling one's
or he can never start. horizon of ignorance being pushed far-
The mainspring of your watch is not their and fart her away-of making head-
outside of its ase. No power or inau- way in the word-of not only getting on,
ence outside of the watch ean make it keep but also of Bting up.
good time. Its mainspring is itnae. The Happiness is compatible with stagna-
power which will carry you to your goal tion. A man must feel hi expanding
is not in somebody else. It is in yourself, power of lifting, tugging away at a lofty
or nowhere. purpose, or he will miss the joy of living.
There is within every persi a strong The dimrs, the bikerings, the di-
desire to do something and to be some- vores, the bir ng up of rich homes, and
thing in the world; and every idler knows the resorting to all sort of silly devices
that he is violating the fundamental de- I by many m people I their pursuit of
mand of his nature, that he is really teat- happiness, pove that it does not dwell
ing himself out of a very sacred prize, the within the, that h ppnes does not abide
getting of which would mean more to with low deals, wih selfshness, idlees
him than everything else in the world. ad dimm. It is a fried of harmony,
I have talked with idle rich young ma, of truth, of beauty, of affetion, of sim-
who said they knew that it was all wrong plicity.
for them to refuse to do their part of the Multitudes of m bave made fortunes
world's work; that it was a mistake for but have ordered their capacity for en-
them not to enter into the great actiities joymeut in the press. How often we
and struggle for a prize which the Ohator hear the remark, "He has the money, but
had fitted them to take, but that the para- cannot enjoy M.
lying effect of not being obliged to work A man a have o greater delusion than
had undermined their inelination. that he can spend the best years of his
Recently a rich young man was'aked life coining all of his emerges into dollars,
why he did not work. "I do not have to," neglecting his home, merifing friendhip
he said. "Do not have to," has ruined self-improvement and everything else that
more young men than almost anything is really wort whe, for money, and yet
else. The fact is, Nature never made any nd happiness at the end!
provision for the idle man. Vigorous ac- If a man coins hin ability, his opportun-
tivity is the law of life; it is the saving cities, and-i dlprs, sant neglects the eul-
of grace, the only thing that can keep a tivaton of the nly imulties which are
human being from retrograding. Activity capable of appreiating the highest happi-
along the line of one's highest ambition nes during al the yeas he is aumulat-
is the normal state of man, and he who lag wealth, he -amt ectely revive
tries to evade it pays the penalty in dete- these atrephmd hMain ells. His enjoy-
rioration of faculty, in paralysis of efi- meet, aftar he makes o money, must
ciency. Do not latter yourself that you come from the evereise of the same facul-
ean be really happy unless you are useful, ties which be ha e~m nl in making t.
Happiness and usefulness are both twins. He eamnnt ado the mut of Ilfe habit
To separate them is fatai. after he reties fre business.
It is as impossible for a human being to
be happy who sl bebaml idle as it it far mi i en Pam ht


merger dow to a fast at thin time. It
has been estimated that about 50 per cent
of those present were willing to join i the
plan a proposed. Others stated that
they would not take definite action with-
out conlting those interested with them,
sad thee were mome present who, while
they thought the pla a good one, were
not willing to become partike to the new
compaqr saI ft w a so auser that .t


Fo when a soul in found, so full of power,
That it can enter into all the thought
Of poets, prophet, mges ad the men
Whose eloqumee has rule this world of
That soul e'ea now s more than half di-
vine
And scarcely needs a better Paradise.
And when the form that elothe that nobi
soul
Is fair with full perfected womanlinm ,
And when the voice, the echo of the mfid,


The Alleged Yellow Pine Trut.

Speaking of the alleged yellow pine bonds could be underwritten and ash
trust, which was organized in St Louis last pid to the holders. The result was that
week, the Southern Lmberman, among a committee of twenty-five, among these
other things, says: Isome of the most prominent men in the
"Mr. N. W. MeLeod presided, and the yellow pine industry, was appnumed to
plan of organization submitted by the perfect plans for organisation, to have a
committee appointed at the previous charter drawn and everything in readiness
meeting was as follows: when the next meeting should be called.
"A company should be organized and The date of this next meeting was not
chartered that would take over the timber set, but it is thought that it will be in
holdings, railroad aid mill properties of about one month's time."
all manufacturing concerns co-operating.
An aemurate estimate of the timber, mill, THE MMECHAT OF VEHICL.
etc., was to be made by experts and proven The enthusiastic audience that witnessed
by experts and in turn for a full surren- the performance of The Merchant of Ven-
der of the ownership, stock and bonds in ice at the Duval Theatre last Monday
the new company were to be issued. The night is indebted to Dural Lodge, No. 48,
basis of the transfer was to be L.50 in 0. O. F., for an intellectual treat that
bonds and $2&5 in stock, the stock to be the lovers of Shakespeare do not often en-
divided equally between preferred and joy in Jacksonville since the theatrical
common, ad the timber owned by a par- trust has been demanding its pound of
ticipating company was to be valued at flesh on all high-class dramatic enter-
$6 per thousand in the transfer. The new tainments that come south.
company is then to operate the property Mr. Edouard 'Oize's Shylock was a
under the proper officials, elected by the masterpiece of scholarly acting, teaching
stockholders, as any other lumber com- tolerance, justice and merey, to the Jews
pany is operated. In financing the big com- and Christian alike. No argument in its
pany sufficient money was to be raised favor could be more complete or put in a
to pay off the binded indebtedness and stronger light. He portrays Shylock as a
the current debts was to be deducted from usurer, a suspicious father and altogether
the bonds issued to each. No further a bad man, yet he compelled the audience
finaning was to be considered necessary to grant him sympathy and involuntary
as the additional bonds would be held by good will solely on amount of his being
the original timber land-owners, persecuted for constancy to hds creed.
Much Interest Shown. When Skylock is thwarted in his revenge,
"Although the meeting was sed ledul we look upon his ominous malme, balame
for but one day, the interest shown in his injuries against his raeour, and ean-
the plan caused the discussion at the meet- not forbear granting him our pity wham
ing and before the committee on plans of he i dee d. Mr. D is reful sd
estimating and the committee on fianeing p i gtmain our fellow fel-
to arry final action over to the second ing by making Shylocs religion maet
day. Eve t eight committee eet persetion at every step. He rs the
were hld at the P tr Hotel gauntlet of abuse through Vene,
w"ee h at trent was asked to give daughter forsakes and robs him because of
"ach me lpeset was asked to give h M f haed wtk
the committee the value of his religion, annd bi fm is alMd with
timber holdings on a basis of "5O per hat w truph. M ie carr
thousand feet, and to add to that a fair out what was akesp ide to the
valuation for the mill and other property. letter and teahes a great lesson of toler-
The report on. this showed them present an-, just, ad ary, to m of the
at the meeting to own property valued at erhants of today, both Jew or Gen-
WB,3OOA In response fr a request tiles, whom tactics are h that they
for the abilities of each company it should have a bt of Shylock on their
was shown that against the $W53,0M 0 desks as a reminder of the pounds of shia
was shown tlt against the /O thyare costaiy demand
there was only a total indebtednee of they ae ostatly demanding .
$4o2,00,W sad 4 M of this was Mi Gertrude F Jacb bound
for timber and ,0018 100 for floting wreaths around her already laureled brw
and other ob to. as Porti. a he displayed grat dramatic
Disere of Oinion He. skill. Her acting throughout the eatie
"Although the meeting lasted two play, and especially in the easket se
days, there was but little mgested to showed talent of high order which emi-
ehange the plan offered by the committee neatly qualifes er for future triumph
at the beginning, and it proved impossible on the st should she decide to adopt
4 -, 4.L- C, the theatrical profesia.









4 THE WEEKLY INDUSTRIAL RECORD.



VVHITE OAK SPIRITS BARRELS

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

WrIt to Cohlumbu Barrel Mf. Co., Columbus, Ga., or to HENRY ELSON, Filrid Mgr., kMvlse. Fla.


Is self-attuned to all the harmony
Of all the music of the sweetest verse
Of all the grand sublimities of thought,
And gives them utterance, making the dead
Lords of the human mind appear again,
And speak as once they spoke to living
Not merely as we see them in the page
Of print; that being surely will win fame
In the histrionic profession.
Mrs. ldouard FOise, as Nerissa, and
Miss May Kinney as Jessic, divided the
reat of the honors due to the ladies. By-
ron West a Baussnio, Ralph Johnston as
Iaumoelot Gobbo, W. Worth Reed, as An-
tonio, C. E. Muriel, as old Gabbo, and
Barwood Rosser as Gratiano, fully sus-
tained the gentlemen's side of the cast,
acting their parts splendidly. In fact all
the participants are worthy of mention, if
we had the space for a more extended no-
ties.
It is proper to state in conclusion, that
the great versatility of talent displayed
by Mr. VOlse as the Prince of Morocco,
and as Syloek, accords him a high place
in the priduen.
He wil present the New York success,
"IVArey d the Guards" for the benefit
of the Metropolitan Grays on or about
June 1, 1908. It is a story of the Revo-
lution.

THE COST OF DUILDIOG A CREAM-

During the past few years there have
been built in the United States several
thousand ereameries, many of which
have been successful from the start, while
others have failed after a few months'
operation, and some were never ven


Industrial Record's Buyers' Directory


ACCOUVTATS.
T. G. Hutehison, Jacksonville, Fa.
Walter Mueklow, Jacksonville, F a
AXES.
J. D. Weed & Co., Savannah, Ga.
BANKrS
Commercial Bank, Jacksonville, Fa.
EER-WHOLESALL
Chab. Bum & Co., Jacksonville, ia.
.oeph Zapf & Oa., Jacksonville. Fla.
ARrEL STAVES.


HATS.
Stuart-Bernstein Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
HARDWARE.
Tampa Hardware Co., Tam a, I.
W d & Co. J. D., Savanna (a.
HAY AMD JRAIM.
Bonrn Co.. Win. A.. JackIeovflle.
HATS.
Standard Clothin Co.. Jacksonvlle, h a
HOOP IROU .
J. D. Weed A Oa., Savannah, Oa.


East COot Lumber Co., Watertown, HOTELS
Florids. Duval Hotel, Jacksonville, Fa.

OXLZS AND CRATS. IRON WORKS
rumnmer Lumber Co., Jacksonville, Fla. Beho4eld's Soms .;., J. 8., Maron. Ga.


CROCKRY.
Knight Crockery and Plaitam a..
Jacksonville, Fa.
CLOTHING.


JKWKLXJa,.
a. J. Ril Co, Jaeksville, la.
Greenleaf A Crosby Co., Jaeksonville, na
Hess Slager. Jasmonville. Fa.


Standard Cothing Co.. Jacksonville. Fla.
Stuart-Bernstein Co., Jacksonville, Fla. A a" 0 1 Lmbir 0o, Watarlown,
Florida.
COPPe SMITHS.


MeMlsa Drethrs Jacksomvll, Sava
ash am MMise.
M. A. Baker, Brunswick, Ga.
COOPERAGE.
hrndd Cooperage o.Jacksonville, Fla.
Atiautie harmOm C( .lJ krLnnvilll Irb l


started. .
An investigation of the creamery busi- DRUGS
ness in several States by the United Wm. D. Jones. Jacksonville, Fla.
States Department of Agrilture has DUGS-WHOLLSALE.
shown that the cause of many of the
failures was due to lack of a sufficent Gre r-teart Drug Co Jack
number of cows, which should not be less Tmp Drg 0 Taml, A.
than 400, and that others failed because 8outher Drg Mf. Co Jaskasvil
of imported organization, in the case of
cooperative creameries, and excessive east ENGIr S.
of building and equipment. Many ream- Sehoeld's Bona Co., J. S., Maeon,
series have cost about twice their actual [ninsrd Irom Wrks an Supply C
worth, and wer not of the type suited to g0b. On.
the locality in which they were built. FURNITURE.
The eost of a building about 28 by 48
feet will vary from 500 to $1,400, de- KlIt C(rekry and Furnitut
pendent upoa the loyalty, the eonrtrue- Jackaaville, ka.
tion, and the eant of material and labor. Ramis, Jackonville, Fla.
Such a building usually assist of a
main work roo, engine and boiler room FrTIIZR
(including space of rerigerator machine,) om & Co0 Wn. A., Jackonville,
coal room, refrigator, storeroo, and FOUNrDmRI
office. %modeald Sons Co., J. S., Maon,
Machinery for a hand-sepeator plant, Lombard Ira Works & Supply C
consisting of 15-horsepower boiler, 10- nta, a.
horsepower engine, combination churn FUERAL DIRECTORS.
with a eapaity of 800 pounds of butter, The Chas. A. Clark Co, Jaeksonvil
and other necessary apparatus, will eost
approximately $1,65. Machinery for a GAS.
whole-milk plant wll eo about $1,850. Jaeknnuvill. Gs Co.. .lacksonville.
This equipment will handle from 1,000 to GQNTS' FURISHERS.
1,200 pounds of butter per day. If a re- standard Clothtlg Co., Jacksonvill
frigerating machine is induded the eost 8turt-Berenten Co., Jacksonville,
will be from $000 to $1,000 moa re. OC S-WHOLESALE
The total est of a ereamry would wa Co, J. P. Savannah. Ga
therefore vary from 0 for a mpe fou Co, Jm R Savannab, Ga.
veryor vrs from 49"* Eb a "* !ro ()D. ~ jb SavaaakL as


onville.


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Fla.


LIQUORS.
Blum A Co., Chas., Jacksoville, Fla.
Altmayer & Flatan Liquor Co., Maeon,
Ga., and Jacksenvlle, Fa.
Josepb Zapf & Co.. Jacksonville, Fa.
uralIC1ErS
Spencer Medicie Co., Cattaneoga, Tea.
MACRHIM WORKS
Schoeld's Sorn Co., J. ., Mason, a.
Lombard ran Workas Augrs, .,

MATERIALS FOR abiAssima P0O-

Sehoselds So Col. J. L, Mass. GR.
METAL WORE3RS.
aMsd ets ue. C&, jadsSM-S OBu -
Baker, M. A, Brmnswick, Ga., sadl P-
sole, Fa.

MILL SUPPLIES.
Sehoield's Bosa Co., J. B, Maeon, i.e.
Weed A Co, J. D., Savannah, Ua.
Lombard Iron Works A Supply Co., tu-
gusts, Ca.
NAVAL STONES.
Penin- alar Naval Stnres Co., Jacksonvile
and xampa, Fla.
Barnes A Jeup Co., Jackd vRlles Fh
Consoldated Naval stores Co., Jamson-
ville, ba.
West-Flyna-Harris Co., Jaekmsovi:', pl
William C., J. P., Savanah, da.
Young Co.. John 3., Savannah. Ga.
etern States Naval Stars O, Savan.

PLANImG MILL.
Duval Planing Mill Co., JacksnIAe, Fa.
PHOSPHATE WACrmW .r.ay
Lombard Iro Works A Supply C, Ah-
gurtao .


PUILD
Behboel's Boa- Co, J. ., Maseo, Oa.
RABILD11,
Atlanti Coast UIN.
SAWMILLS
Lombard Iro Works Supply Co., A
gus, Ga.

Bours Co.. Wn. A, Jakaorvill. Fisa
SHIP TARDIS
Cmmer Lumber Co, Jaeksonville, Fa.
SHOS--WHOLESAL
Hutchinson Shoe O., Jaeloanvile, rL
Joe. Roaembe Shoe COa, Savannah, Ga.
8HO8--RETAIL.
Stuart-Berustin Co., Jacksoville, Fla.

G. M. Davis & SaB Platka, Fb
Seboaisis Bom Co., J. ., Maes, Oa.
Preste MD lr o., ohunt City, 1r.


Atlantic Cooperage o., Jacksonvilli, a.-
Florida Cooperage Co., Jdacksvi,

TurhAmrlm STILS.
Baker, r. A, Bruswick, Ga., a-n rn-
soua, Fa.
M MMifs Brathne .C., .Jacsmsva
Savammh a"d M1W61

TIME n LAXL.
Jackaonvlse De velopmnt Co., Jakaon-
vilin, Via.

TuxiEnEsNe TOOLS.
Council Tool Co, Jacksonille, la.
J. D. Weed & OL. Savannah, Ga.
WATCHED
Greenlaf Crosby Co., Jackonville, la.
Hess & Slager, Jacdmvlle, ms.
R. J. Riles Co, Jacksonll, Ma.
YELLOW PIM LUMBIER
Cummer Lumber Co, Jacknoville, Fa.
East Coat Lumber Co Watertown. a.


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Whelem Drugs D M** Be D~awgist. Wm*s am OwOmmIsary *W
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hand-separator plant without artificial re-
frigeration, where labor and material are
cheap, to $4,250 for a whole milk plant
including artificial refrigeration and a
higher cost of labor and material.
The Department of Agriculture is pre-
pared to furnish information for the
proper organization of creameries and
cheese factories, and upon request will
supply plan of organization, list of ma-
chinery, and plan for creamery. Corre-
spondence should be addressed to the
Dairy Division, United States Department
of Agriculture, Washington, D C.

TO THE NAVAL 8TORES MWE OF
FLORIDA.


I would invite your attention to some
of the various legislation whih was intro-
duced in the Florida House of Rqprese-
tatives during the sessi# of 190. A bill
was introduced with a view of securing
revenue out of the naval stores busianes.


The argument was prcested that by fur-


niehing certain tags or labels, a is
in the inspection of fertilizer, a rev
to the State could be made out of
business. The naval stores people w
not pay it; that it would come out
the purchasers of these supplies. This
was killed. I made a speech in oppoai
to it. My recollection is that I am
only one who made such a speech. T
may have been others.
There was a committee of men, enm
in the naval stores business, at Tall&
see during the session of the legiqlt
Owing to my record, beiAg friendly
their interests, I was requested to in
du~d and take charge of the follow
bill: "House Bill No. 547, a Bill tU
entitled an Act to Prevent and Prol
the Adulteration of Spirits of Turpes
and Naval Stores, etc."
I do not take any credit for si
doing my duty. 1 think, however
might be well or some of you gentl
to know who has been your fried in
legislature. As you know, I am a
didate for Governor of Florida. Any
distance you can give me will be hil
appreciated. I have the honor of IN
Very respectfully yours
ALBERT W. GIEHB ST,
Candidate for Governor of FIh


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SPIRITS OF TURPENTDIE FOR THE WEKu HrM AND A2 SAVAUI A.
Prim sam, o*n-- Newipts. Madw
Jax. Sav. Jax. Jax. Hav. Jan. tv. Ja d
Monday, May 27th, holiday-Decoration Day.
Saurday ...... 1421/2 42%1 337 71311233 0 344 985321,72
Tue~lay ..... .42/ 43 1423 17361 167 73 1347 281320,8
WVednesday ..|421s 43% 592 811 7381 177 101121,863
1I Thursday ... j43%/ 44 365 15161 61 42 464 9N188,o
Friday ..... 143'y 44 27 31 12 214 6
ROSIN FOR THE WIEE HER AND AT SAVANNAM
Monday. Tuesday. Wdlesday. Thursday. Friday.
SJaa. Sa J Jax. Hav. Ja8 J A. Jsa. aI.
W ................. 85 5.815.75 5.90 -5.75 5.855.75 5.965.75 5.90
t ......... 55 5.5.75 5.855.75 5.805.75 5.8515.70 5.85
S................... 5.85 5.5 5.755.75 555.75 5.80 5.6515.75
M ....... ...... 40 5.6516.0 6.66 .06 9.065.00 6.006.00 5.00
K .................. 5.05 5.255.16 5.355.25 5.305.20 5.505.20 5.50
S ................... 4.10 4.504.25 4.504.30 4.504.25 4.704.50 4.65
H .................... 3.65 3.803.70 3.803.70 3.753.665 3.803.70 3.80
S......3.35 3.403.30 3.373.25 3.323.25 3.353.35 3.35
S................... .30 3.353.25 3.303.15 3.303.20 3.303.25 3.30
E ...................3.25 3.253.20 3.253.10 3.203.15 3.263.0 3.20
S .................... 3.15 3.203.10 3.203.05 3.153.10 3.2M 3.00 3.12
(BA ................ 3.05 3.153.00 3.1562.95 3.052.95 3.1f.95 3.00
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Ilueie lay .................. 11,423
\Vednesday ... ...... .2,740
Thursday ................ 945
Friday ................... 11,423


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1,7J 1,30 1123,019 7 ,3025,12 54,330
4,632 33 855 2672,2015 56,672
3,421 05 4,1651,480 2,71 370 5,223
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BIG LUMBKR FIM FAILS.

The Tyler Lumber Company Force to
Go late Iseolvecy.
A petition in bankruptcy has been filed
in New York against the Tyler Lumber
Company, of No. 111 Broadway, with
mills and plant at Tyler, Fla., by thee
creditors: William Lynn, $14,375; Alice
H. Traux, as administratrix of Claumey
S. Traux, $14,375, and Margaret M.
Reilly, $2,20, all on notes for money lent
to the company. In addition to thee
unsecured claims they each hold mortgage
bonds and notes secured by mortgages
given for other indebtedness. They are
also stockholders in the company.
On April 30 the directors adopted a
resolution that the company was unable
to pay its debts and is willing to be ad-
judicated banrkupt. The company was
incorporated in New York in l90t with a
capital stoey of $400000.
The company owns 30,000 acres of tim-
ber in Florida, several mills at Tyler, on
the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad, and ten
miles of standard gauge railroad.

Dr. Herty in Florida.
Dr. Charles H. Herty, the well-known
originator of the cup system that bears
his name, was in Jacksonville this week
looking after some business matters con-
nected with the Herty Turpentine Cup
Company. Dr. Herty is now professor
of chemistry in the University of North
Carolina. He is one of the most popular
men in the faculties of southern colleges-
deservedly popular, too. .


Under date of April 30th, Juam A.
Hollnoma, editor of the Industrial ae-
aod, puaihed the following eammuni-
tion in the Jacksonville Metropolis. The
point has been made by some of the Bryan
men that uder the primary system of
Florida it is impossible to instruct dele-
gates. That is true in ae sese, but
when delegates are asked by aa orgaiam-
tio, such as has been formed in Jackson.
ville for that purpose, to pledge them-
selves to Bryan first, last and all the
time, ad when voters are called upo by
suck aa organization to vote for those
only who so pledge themselves, then the
voters by such a course "instruct" their
their delegates and that i all there is to
it. Any attempt to temporize with te
word "inmtraet does not lease te effect
and is only done to fool the people. Voters
should support candidates for delegates
who declare that they will go to Denver
to represent the best interests of the party,
and that is all. Following is the commmn-
ieation referred to:
April 30, 1908.
To the FAditor of The Metropolis:
I noticed in your paper yesterday a com-
munieation from Mr. D. J. Herring, ean-
didate for delegate to the National Dem-
ocratie Convention from the sate of
Florida at large, in which he plainly states
that if he must be instructed for 3r.
Bryan he does not want the job; or in
other words, he doe not want the job if
he must be "instructed" at all. Mr. Her-
rin is entirely right about this, and by
his manly, courageous announcement
should receive the hearty support of every
broad minded, liberal Democrat in Florida.
What is the sense of instructing our dele-
gates?
Just as well set a crowd of automa-
tons to Denver f we must send a delega-
tion of men n whom we are supposed to
repose some confidence and at the samn
tie tie them down to ultra-radicalm,
without authority to act upon their own
good judgment, as circumstances at that
time may demand. Who knows to night,
when a few politicians will try to make
political capital out of a so-called local
Bryan Club organization, what condito-m
will prevail at Dever more than two
months bence? The political horizon is
changing every day. No man knows, now
that we are right down to it, what tea
weeks will bring forth.
When te Denver convention meet it
may be that Bryan will be the candidate
that condition at that time will suggmt.
If so a Florida uninstructed delegation
will be at liberty to, and no doubt will,
support him as loyally as any other dele-
gation. ,
It may be, however, tat at that time
other conditions will have developed, ae-
ditios, too, that would embarrass Florida
should she be forced to keep her seat in
the pit, like a shackled prisoner unable to
lift voice or hand.
I was in the Chicago convention in 1
when Bryan received his first nomination.
I leard his demous "res of Gold" speeeb.
I heard Hal Lewis, of Georgia, place e
young Nebraskan, "the boy orator of the
Pltte," in nomination. I witnessed the
great dmonstration-spontaneous fd onee
-when this (now twice defeated) eamdi-
date was first placed in the running. The
country was quivering for a change-
any kind of a change-just so it could
break away from what it believed to be a


plutocratic control of the party by a few
astern leader. Suppose the delegates
frem all over the country had been "in-
struted" then ,when Bryan's name had
not even been previously considered? It
would have been a rather embarrassing
silme, would it not That is one side
of it. Here is another: I was in the
Kansas City convention in 1900. The pit
was full eof titructed delegates" for
Bryan. The peeadulm had swung. Bryan
was not the choice of the convention.
David B. Hill could have been nominated,
and would, it is believed, have carried the
party's banner to victory, but the major-
ity of the delegates were there only as
m--esger boys, and were unable to do
more than perform their cut and dried
mission in a perfunctory manner, and
walk out. Not even the well-planned
"demonstration," the distribution of pam-
pas plumes, of thousands of American fag
and the unfurling f a Bryan banner that
measured eoe-half the distance of that
great auditorium, aided by all the noise
that a half dose brass bands could add,
could create enough enthusiasm to be
heard two blocks away. What was the
result? A stronger perpetuatio of the
Republican party, of course.
In the selection of delegates to a nat-
ional convention, we want good, honest,
conservative, representative, wide awake
Democrats-that's.all. It is a rejection
on the judgment and integrity and intel-
ligenee of our delegates to make mere
mechanism out of them. If we are going
to "instrute" them, just as well send Pat
along, all by himself. He can take his
place behind the standard and yell "Bryan"
every time the roll is called-if that is all
thee is to be done.
If any candidate wants to be "instruct-
ed" he is either playing to the political
gallri-a sorry game--or e has prec-
ions little confidence in his own judgment.
Back to Mr. Herrin. There is not a
more level-headed conservative, right
thinin young Democrat in Florida. If
the electors send him to Denver, trusting
upon his judgment and the untagged
judgment of his colleagues, he will do the
right thing, whether it is Bryan, Gray or
Johnson, or anyone else whom conditions
at the time demand as the leader.
The party is larger than any individual.
I believe it is impossible for us to "in-
struct" our delegates without embarrass-
ig the State; even if Bryan is the choice
of Florida, and the ehoee of the conven-
tioa.
JAMES A. HOLUJOON.

ANNUAL MEBnreT 8TOCKHOLD8

JAC ONVILLE DEVZLOPnMMT
COMPACT.
Notice is hereby given that the Annual
Meeting of the Stockholders of the Jack-
sonville Development Company will be
held on te fourth Monday in May, (May
2M5), at '0 P. M., in the Auditorium of
the Board of Trade, Jaksonville, la.,
for the purpose of electing a Board of
Directors and the transaction of such
other business as may came properly be-
fore the regular annual meeting.
W. B OWERN,
J. A. WIl5.O6 President.
Secretary.
May 2, 4t.


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81T0VT11 1 IBUSWTUAL PRBOGREL.
There has been a general antkipation
of a very decided lmp in the establish-
m| of new industries in the South fol-
linolg the nancial depression that afect-
e-bso serionly the entire country. But
th . faullmUent of that expectation, al-
thgugh there has been a lesseing of de-
veopment activity caused by financal
smrney sad which has its impre in
the total of new indstries established a
copared with the same period last year.
is total is 1,14 a a against 1,'0 for
t0 sareapondjag period of last year, a
a of a. Under the comitions that
he prevailed this is not at all to be eon-
26red as serious, for the record is highly
pdltdable as it is, and show that the
uerdl development of the South is
sl going forward at a rapid rate, a rate
tmat icate sound and healthy eoadi-
tion, with les of the boom surroundings
than for the past two or three years. The
largest loss in say lie is found in wood-
working establinhu nts, there being 197
less of thee than in the corresponding
period of last year. The -ther losses are
borne alnmst equally in all the other
elase of industries, with a slight gain in
A and natural gas companies, indicating
Inreasing development in ths important
field.
Of the recr as pertaining to the States
of the South TIxas shows the largest fall-
ing off, losing Sa or one-third that of
the whole, Oklshe a likewise has a loss,
while Arkamas, Flrida and West Virginia
each have a distinct gain-Alabama, Geor-
gi, North Claudes ad Kentucky have
had losses, with Tennesee making the
ame record as last year. Virginia, Lou-
lsiana and Mississippi have not had any
material changes and so the situation as
a whole possesses much ground for sub-
stantial gratieation. While there are no
means readily available for ascertaining
what sums have bee spent on existing


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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 associates to wear "cheap" jewelry-even though he
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plants during the recent period of depres- condition for future operations thus equal-
amso in the matter of repairs and enlarge- izing the improvement record.
ments, yet there has been much capital The following table gives the list of new
placed in these channels, rendering exist- industries established in the South dur-
ing plants more productive and in better ing the first quarter of 1908:


Breweries .................
Brick and Tile Works ......
Cnning Factories .........
Car Works ................
Oompresses and Gins ......
Ootton and Woolen Mills ..
Dev. and Improvement Cb.'s
Distilleries ................ .
]le. Light and Power Plants
Flour and Grist Mills .....
Gas Wbrks ..............
les and Cold Storage Plants
Irn Working Plts ......
Mines and Quarries .......
Mideellaneous ..............
Nat. Gas and Oil Companies.
Oil Mills and Refineries ....
Phosphate and Fertilizer oD's .
SMill ..... ........
Sugar Mills and Refineries..
Tnner ...... ....
Telephone Companies ......
Tobacco Factories ..........
Water Works ..............
Woodworking Plants .......

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FLORIDA VLRSVS CALIFORNIA EI OR- year. Florida has only to depend upon a
ANGE GROWING. few months of the year, and the Florida
orange does not carry as well as does the
The present year has been a temeher to California orange. This gives the Califor-
the growers of oranges in this State. nia orange the prestige for the fruit dealer
Heretoore the general understanding has it at all times.
Heretofore the The lesson is this: Florida will depend
has prevailed that Florida had the inside upon the Southern States for the cn-
track so far as oranges were concerned. sumption of her citrus fruits and the
This is not so in the northern market. It rapid development and increase of popu-
used to be the ase, but the Californi nation in the Southern States will afford
a demand almost adequate to the supply.
fruit has been making great inroads dur- It is an excellent indication therefore,
ing the past few years. that the Southern States are learning to
But with all that California can produce eat fruit and that the population in these
-36,000 carloads being the estimate for States is increasing. It insures a market
the present year-prices are better than for Florida citrus fruits without a compet-
when before the freeze only one-fourth of
that number of carloads of oranges were
sent nodth by California and Florida com-
hined. But now, when there are more or-
anges produced in this State than there
were in Florida before the great freeze of N T
1804-96 and California sending ten times
the number of boxes of oranges that she A ND
did them, prices have been better. It is
a question of consumption and there have FO R S A LE
been a great many more oranges consumed
now than there were at that time. liat for this m s s i .esn a p eS d
The result is that while the California for aS inetion sad 1 em per weed er
orange has to depend upon the New York, follow inmert J-. rtitNoad e
Chicago, Denver and other markets in the taken for ls than 40 emts or m t, a I
far north, Florida is selling her citrus 20 rests for fellowin insrtin. Cah
fruits near home, Georgia, South Carolina, must a ny Ord less yen "?m
North Carolina, Alabama, Mississippi and as eots t with
other Southern States being large consum-
ers and buying a great part of the Florida
product. VANTED--A turpentine place or lor-
California has oranges to sell in nearly ANTED-A turpentine
every one of the ffty-two weeks in the tion. Parties answering furnish schedule,


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price and where located. W. B. Young,
McHenry. Miss. 5-2-08
Record. a

WANTEl--Good, reliable stiter want
position. Can furnish best references
Address P. W. Eldrde, Wetville, Fla.
6-11-KM

FOR BAL-Smll turpentin pees for
eash. Price M$8,0 Good adding. Ad-
dress Opmrator. earn Indstrial Reord. tf

WANTED-An a- tors d e. up
their barm d al kind sead ed MasM ud
berlaps We buy everythl i the m v
of makes. Write us. Amerien roe a.,
Ja onville. Fa.


WANTED.-Position. Bookkeeper and
commissary ma preferred. Will ride
woods. Healthy lolity wanted. Six in
family. Sober. sue eful controller of Ia-
bor. Can bring few hands (good). Satis-

faction guaranteed. Address Bm 306,
Devon, F. 4-18-4t
POSITION WANTED-For turpentine
woodsman. Can give good reference. Sat-
isfaction guaranteed. Box 37, Devon, Fla.
4-18-4t
SALUMr N-You receive 1000 eash
daily sllig merchants our $.00 Auto-
mati oda Fountain. Great Mfg. C.,
Pittsburg, Pa. 4-11-t
POSITION WANTED-By experead
turpentine man as meager of turpetie
place. Will buy an interest. G refer-
ences. Address A. K. C., 611 Ashley St.,
Valdosta, Ga. 3-28-4t

WANTED-A partner with *90 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

TURPENTINE-EXIOF~-We control
absolutely 00,000 acres turpentine pine.
Guaranteed cost of transportation not to
exceed six cents per gallon from still to
seaport. Will sell outright or entertain
proposition to develop under valuable gov-
ernment coneisions. If in earnest, write
for details. No agents need apply. Con-
ness Realty Co., bCnness Building, an
Antonio, Texas. 41-65-t


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DUNCAN U. FLETCHER


Beyond Question



Duncan U. Fletcher is a strong, clean,
able man, above reproach, and connected
with no ring or faction. He is making the
fight on his merits, and we believe he will
win. He would make Florida a represen-
tative of whom all her people would feel
proud.-Leesburg Commercial.
Duncan U. Fletcher is without doubt the
leading candidate in the race for United
States Senator. The strongest thing in
his favor is the fact that he is known as
being free from alliance with any political
ring. Which of the generally recognized
factions is supporting him? Neither one
appears to be. Yet among all lasses and
all elements you find leading people ex-
pressing their intention of "Voting for
Fletcher." This lack of factionalism in
his campaign is going to be his greatest
strength. Watch Fletcher come out way
ahead in the first primary.-Alachua News.




Is the Leading Candidate

FOR


UNITED STATES SENATOR


Continued from Page Three.
If you have not kept alive your ability
:to appreciate the beautiful, the good, and
.the true, you will be as surprised to find
that it has left as Darwin was when, in
middle life, he discovered all at once that
ie had lost his power to appreciate
Ihakespeare and music.
We ought to be able to get a good living,
even to make fortunes, and yet have a
Jolly good time every day of our lives.
This idea of being a slave most of the
time, and of only occasionally enjoying
a holiday is all wrong. Every day should
be a holiday, a day of joy and gladness,
a day of supreme happiness; and it would
be, if we lived sanely, if we knew the se-
eret of right thinking and normal living.
Isn't it strange that so few people ever
think of making happiness a daily duty;
that they should put this everlasting em-
phasis upon their vocations, on money
making, and let the thing for which they
really live come incidentally or without
planning? The making of a life should be
emphasized infinitely more than -the mak-
ing of a living.
Few people ever learn the art of enjoy-
ing the little things of life as they go
along. Yet it is the little, everyday en-
joyments and satisfactions that count
most in a lifetime.

PORT OF JACKSONVILLE.
Following are the statistics tor the
port of Jacksonville for April:
Eatrances and Clearances.
Seven foreign vessels entered and cleared
port this month. The British schooner
Advance sad American schooner Asbury
Fountain, and German steamship Zeeburg,
arrived, and the American schooner Her-


aid, Advance and British schooners Wil-
liam H. Albury and Golden Rod departed.
The tonnage of the arriving vessels was
3,709 and 46 crew, and of the clearing,
1,371, and 32 crew.
In March 7 schooners and 1 steamship
entered with a total tonnage of 2,248, and
61 crew. Only one vessel, a schooner, clear-
ed last month, of 83 tons, and 6 crew.
In April, 1907, there were 5 entrances
and 9 clearances foreign.
Neither of the two schooners entering
this month brought any cargo; both were
from Havana, Cuba The steamship Zee-
burg, however, brought in 4,212,949 pounds
of fertilizer material valued at $44,026.72,
from Botterdam, Holland This steamship
was here last year with a similar cargo.
She left Rotterdam on March 28th. She
is discharging at the Painter Fertiliser
factory dock.
The Clearances.
The clearances this month are as fol-
lows: American schooner Herald, 009,031
feet of lumber, valued at $8,406.01, for
Besse Terre and Ponte Petre, Gaudaloupe.
British schooner William H. Albury, 30,-
000 feet of lumber, valued at $600; 180
bundles of shingles, valued at $63, and
merchandise valued at $1,38.30, for Hope
Town, British West Indies.
British bark Golden Rod. 429,000 feet
of lumber valued at $8,560, for Amherst,
Nova Scotia.
British schooner Advance, 277,000 feet of
lumber valued at $6,000 for Amherst, No-
va Scota.
Total value of imports in April, $53,-
579.41, and exports, $23,910.31. The total
value of imports for the year 1906 is $115,-
861.83, and exports $114,139.40.
Only foreign vessels now file manifests
at the custom house.


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aI GE"GIMAIA .DO. SaanAI. OGa
WEST BLDG. JaeksBmvIl. FL.


NAVAL STORES FACTORS,
NAVAL STOMRS RDCIVED AT SAVAjNAB, A., JACIKS VIoI
FLA, A"D MERuMEAINA, LA.

Wholeale Grocers airo Dealer in Hay. Crain and Heay
Haffck.

SOLE AGENTS "for the C"k Umi Tuw.-&* Am%
,Wilnd V., & 0Chis NPUe0 V-Muc


MERCHANTS VAREHOWU
JACKSOVILL, FLAY


SVAtINA, GA.


WILLIAM A. mouRns


JAMES 0. DANBY


WIWAM A, BOURS & COMPANY
THE LAESiT CSTAiaEi O0mA AIMM q.J SSUE iU TE STATE11
nay, Grain, Feed, Garde
Seeds Poultry SuppUes four
Grits Meal amnd ertlizers.


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THE WEEKLY INDUSTRIAL RECORD. 9
Capital $200oo,
HUTCHINSON SHOE COMPANY
VICTOR SHOES AND HATS
Wholesale Jacks1 ville Fla*


M. A. BAKER,
BAKER IMPROVED SEAMLESS


INVENTOR AND THE
MANUFACTURER OF
TURPENTINE STILLS.


Mc KOY PATENT

STurpentine Cup.


The best and simplest cup
on the market Detachable
Greater Capacity, easier
dipped ,more easily placed
on tree, stroner and pra-
tically indetretible. Will
not rust. For eatalo sad
price list write


110 PIIEIRIUFE P .N
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New Orleans. LAmmua


Wlte m=* sr OI. o. a. uy mat m thke srpentlnU hIt.
AWiufS seM uk a Matratee
WORK TEIOVUG THE COVINILY PaONIrrLY ATTENDED TO
The Largest ad Oldest Copper Works li the South.
My speWty Is large worm w d heavy bottom that de net leak
BRUNSWICK, GA. and PENSACOLA, FLA.
t'IIa Iumm'humaumu"uuuhum u11 1 1 1 1mhumuumuuauIuII:


J. W_ WAV:=ssa


BR-Puaerl
Vio0Prem.


Jam- MoNatt,
Vies-PeR.


W. W. Wher.
Seo. & Trea.


John R. Young Co.,

Commission
Merchants.

Naval Stores Factors. Wholesale Grocers.
SavwAnanh Q Brunswick. Ga
-a 8esae.g ts ss .,assass.Ias i aus0u8 u|sassesmsa -.,,4

SJ. A. G. CAon. President J. IDu. Oaml u. lt Vice-Preident
T.A. JaNUmnlU Ml Vie -Preaidt. H. L. KATym, 34 Vice-Prddent and Sec.
H. E.. ScnUcawre Trurer.

J. P. WILLIAMS COMPANY,
VHill 0FIS fB IUA IHMLIE .
maim Otrn"i evmnMKHs, OmomsIa
me .... omrrO JICKeOyVIO.I,.LLL L. } ij Mf s 0 e;-s.
Naval Stores Prodcers are lavited to Correspond With as.
i em uv s ai mmmiii a mi e,, t s o iiie 5tam|||8| ,s*


I. a PrrTCHTTrr. Pre. I-rLTHILAND, Viee- A. A CD. MOVING See'y.
J. P. c)UNCIL. Tresu aml ras r.

THE COUNCIL TOOL CO.,
Gsrl Offices: JACKSONVILL, FLA.
Factory: WANWAWTeq, 3. C.
S. oI f 0Wi e09*. TvO m
Seauesiaesspi emw egassftage.


The


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Is the Paper you want. It is publHied
daily and is from 18 to 1i hours ahead of
any other daily newspaper in Florida.


$500 a Year $2.50 Six Months
Full Telegraphie and Stock reports. If
you want to keep posted on the news, get
the Metropolis.

CARTER & RUSSELL PUB. CO.
JACKSONVILL, LOIIA.


HALF TONES-ZINC ETCHINGS
Illustrating and Lngraving Department .
or
THE FLORIDA TIMES-UNION
Splendidly equipped for business. Half Tones and Zinc
Etchings made to order in the most improved and artistic
fashion. Illustrations for newspapers and all kinds of Com-
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A Speelalty Is Made of Designin. Retoesah amd
Embells lug Photoeraphs and Pletares
In Writing or applying for Prices, Give the Most Explicit Description of What is
Wanted. Good Work and Prompt Deliveries Promised.
A Florida Enterprise. Try It.


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You Want a SawmllU Leoatln?
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Southern Drug Mfg. Company
WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS AND MANUFACTURERS OF
Flavoring Extracts, Packed Drugs, B. B. Bluing. Vinegar end Pyne's Popular RLenodms.
We handle everydhlog in the Drug and Mediciln Una. Wrie for prices. JACISONVILLE. FLA.


nl the Court of the Cunty Judge
for Dval County, Florida.
In Probate.
I the matter of the Estate of
John 0 Ocra, deceased,
In the a of the State of Florida.
Whereas, Katie Oram, ua Adminitra-
rix of the oate of Jo C. Oram, de-
eaed, has led hi ths Court hr peti-
tias, prayi tht se be ordered to take
ponaei ofe the real estate desibed ia
aid petiti, to-wit: Lots (1) One, (2)
Two, (3) Tree and (4) For, in Block
(11) Elevem, aeeoding to the map or plan
of Pblo Beach, North, in the County of
Duval sad tate of Florida, which Naid
map or p was duly recorded in the
lerks O of Duval Oomaty, Florida, in
Book I of PlWta, pages 1 ad 11, as the
assets of the state of sai deeedeat, John
. Oram; and that all eas in poase-
iaen of said trt of an y part
thereof, holding under md decedent, sur-
reader posa-io of the same to aid Ad-
alutratriz, and the Court will order the
sale mo m lanl t private ale to pay
the debts of mai stat.
T, es ar, therefore, to eite ad adsmo-
ikh Mary B. Oram, of Barre, in the County
of Wasul tao ad State of Vermont,
(CMrles H. Oram, of Brani, Rutland
County, State of Vermont, Elisabeth T.
Oram, Lede J. Oram, Katherine M. Oram
aad Job aL Oram Jr., all of the aid
town of Brado, ate of Vermnt, the
but two being maimrs, heir at law of
aid deiedet Joh C. Oram, Chrles L
Peler, Esquire, a Guardian ad-tem for
maid minor heir at law, and all person
interested to appear in this Court on the
Mth day of May, A. D. 1908, and show
ause if any they have why the prayer
of said petition should not be granted.
Witune my name and sealu Cmo y
Judge of the Comrty afsreeld this tae
n1th day of April, A. D. 19L
emrt BeaL) H. B. PIIJPS,
4-9-1i Counmty Juge.


shares of One Hundred Dollars each.
Section 2. All of the above named api-
tal stock all be subscribed for and paid
in fal, either in cash, goods, property be-
longing to the business or services render-
ed, the value of such property, labor and
services to ba ixed by the undersigned in-
porator before complete organization,
r by the Board of Directors after m-
plete a*g -*-f, at any meeting called
for seh purpose.
SSetion S. Property, labor and service
may be pi asked and paid for with api-
tal stock at a just valuation of suh
property, labor ad services, to be fixed by
the Board of Directors at any meeting
called for seh purpe
Artic" IV.
Section 1. Said corporation shall exist
and continue for ninety-nine years.
Article V.
Section 1. The business of said cor-
poratlon -all be conducted by a Presi-
dent, Manager, Secretary, Treasurer, As-
sistat Treasurer and a Board of three
Diretors, which said Board of Directors
shal be made up of the President, Seere-
tary and Treasurer. The business of the
company shall be conducted by L. H.
White, Preidet, Paul Niekerson meager
and C. I. well, treasurer, until the next
election of ofnrs.
The offees of President aad Assistant
Treasurer may be held by one and the
mame person, a well as the office of Sec-
retary and T'easurer. All of the afore-
said oler 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 success are elected and qualifed,
provided always, that any or all of aid
ofieers may, at any time, without notice,
be removed by the stockholders, and others
elected to iI sueh vacancies at any reg-
ular or special metinng
Artidc VI.
Section 1. The highest amount of in-
debtede to which said corporation can


NOTICe OF APPLICATII FOm LT- at any time subject itself, is Five Thoi
M PATETr. and Dlars.
NOTcCX in hereby gives that the *- Article VIL
iber hieret will aiy to the Governor Seettio 1. The names, residences a
of the State of Frid O the 3th day of amount of stock subscribed for by es
May, A. D. M for ULtters Patent uamr of the submeriMag ineorporators, are
th following prpemed charter. follows:
L H. WHITE I. H. White, Jacksonville, Fla., 185 shar
C. L TBOWEUJ, C. I Trowell, Jacksonville, Fla., 10 share
PAUL NICKERON, Pal Niskesnam, Jacksonville, Fla., 3 shai
FRANK HALISON, Frank Nirrioa, Jacksonville, Fla., 1 sha
CLAUDE DWNY. Claude Deany, Jaksonville, Fla., 1 sha
KNOW ALL MN BY TBB PRIM- L H. WHITE,
ENTS, That we, the uadonigd, do here- C. I. TROWELL,
by smoite ourelve toetr ad form PAUL NICKERSON,
a body polit ad earporate under al by FRANK HARRISON,
virtue of the laws of the State of Florida, CLAUDE DENNY.
and d adopt the following Article of tate of Florida, County of Duval, sm:
Iorpoatim Persnally appeared before the subse
Artile L ber, a Notary Public in and for the Sta
Sectia 1. The n of this orporatio o Flr at ag, L. H. White, C.
shall be WiteD B company. Trowell, Paul Niek on, rank Harris
.Se t.n 3. The r oee and ao Claude DaBy, who are each per
I pla of baiess of pora ay known to me, ad known to me to
mhall the eity f J avl, D l the persons who signed the foregoing
County, Florida. tiles of Iaeorporation and each ackn
Artc le. edged to a- tt he signed and made hi
Seetmo 1. The gmral nature of the self party to sueo Article of Incorpor
beinemsto ib taummeted by aid earpra- tim for the purposes therein epres
ti "h h i ai buying ad I. witness whereof, I have heranto =
ei a, hsi ad retail, baker my ad and ofcial seal this 16th day
ds, rsappis, fixtures ad ma- April A. D. 139
.~e. ad gro ; mstaling ead BAWL W. FOX,
ratig ad storage plat. It shall (Seal.) Notary Public.
have fu power to own, held, buy COmmission expires July 31, 1900.
sell, at, Ima-*d mrtai s aay and -.
kintI of lpeml r t mad real a-
tatd; do a gmeral rek ad eomms-
al uaes, either suh as is seeseary
to carry m eaoherbmimes Ihiel ,providedI ,
for, r as a dn dIent bl 0 A CLARK, Wm.
Sirtem 1. Ahe ofr the aJMhr- L M-" .
lb i lwetal k f maid erpr atsoMn of r -j-idonlm I.
he Twremy Tnm, mdn daided We


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When your money is invited in good Diamonds, you eed never
worry about the markets. We have one of the most sperb Hi of pure
Diamonds in the South. Come and see for yourself.

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BEST TANKS
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SSouthern States Naval Stors Co.

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-. A. P war. S W. MOIVNT. hI Viem Preie r. A. CArr.
Cma% I. Bown. amn Gminl l T.G C l. C tin
P. L. Wbee. G. A. PrETr WAY. adi Vice P-e. A. S. Peidklea ,
A Jo. I M. AMiEY. d Vie Pos. I. G. Lamd ier.
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PENINSULAR NAVAL STORES CO. A
Comnlesion Merchants
and Wholesale Grocers
Reosieg PoEts-Jachsmonudie. TamIp and Fernuandina
lPk, Savaemah, G r

& Capital Stock. Slo000.000.
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N. D. WEED.


W. D. KRENSON


J. D. WEED t CO.,


Savannah, Georgia

HEADQUARTERS FOR


oop Iron, Turpentine Tools,

Batting, Etc.


W. L. WILSON, JNO. E. HARRIS. 6. J. SCOVIL,
Pres. & Treas. Vice Pres. Sec'y d eal. lVr.
Florida Cooperage Company
(Itcorpormtd) Capltal Stok0L SiO00
MANWV7ACTUAERW OF
Turpentine, Cotton Seed Oi, Dip
and Syrup Barrels.
Offlee m*l Fatry EnterplMe m aN EtsD St et
Telephone 1855 Jacksonville, rFs.


McMillan Bros.


Southern Copper
Works

Manufacturers of TURPENTINE STILLS
Complete Outfits and Extra Kettles, Caps, Arms, Worm, Par-
nace Doors and Grates always on hand
Old Stills tpien lr New Work -i,-"Z r/
Heavy Co-ppmrlthlig. Steau Pipe amd Spela-- Cp
Jacksonville, Fla
Ab FayettevlleN. Savamiah, a. M AI .


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KNIGHT CROCKERY



FURNITURE COMPANY
JACKSONVILLE, FLA.


PLANTERS

"Old Time" Remedies
THE JOY OF THE mOUSoMOL.
Thm far rest femeies. Eul n Teo,. Ii i hm
and Ca~t OI a an J ot th o ma balmeh With tULm anr at hm. i
man- ready for ay mry. He bas a Maf. reliade a aa apery -WelM
for wife. chlIre. f or o. With tbhe re m dH = r s kerp ab
.Intor'm hands rt at your poeeat,. uad yet ]have a fMqy, fm.
Besides, you ea ere your steek of say almenht that imay to
rUaNm T=a---t ULA w r rNoarr Um e i -msO" I
will wre all forms of Liver ad Kiy 0Comais*, rAi 046 a" nMoU
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like it-and it i I READY FOR UK.
BEIEDICTA i a wom Ia's medieine. It will eamo an the dieas- s s e
-rnnwu, and rclaed as Pemale Troues. It will bring youth mha tho stho --o iW
who baas eme eaffrl beesue ake thought it wIomsak lh. is wt e ir atl
youn gir um t iaterif womand-; and praeare tha yuw uo r oam as
Autie of wif and maothr.
CUBAN IRELIP-Tbh instant Paint illkr. for eitlhr mi or abe4.' Itme
inutntly, Colic, CnMrpa. Choliem Morbs. DUarrhora, Dy a d 4lry k l U*lsh
for olie in korse it i an infallible remedy and is to gre "do Ia i It
miautea.
CUBAN OIL-The Dest BDoa aRnd erve Liitment. Ia anttoo r a
*aiaged or torn leek, and will etantly relieve the pain. Coaes inneat .anllp
a ads sad arms, brakes ad sers, ehapped hIads sad fai. re sin titar AI
Relieves rhaumstle paif, lae bark, stif joint. asnd h tek e rea i k e lse
cestr.t. truab, splint, eollar mor ddi ard dhima-ed has.
Write s far Prieas.
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CUmM LUMBER Cow
JACKSONVILLE. FLA.

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THE BIG CLOCK.

You will not in all your shopping, find a single place wherwr
so many agfrcrpite, pretty and useful' things are gathered
together for your selecthin as0here. and we want to impress
upon you that while we do not; keep CHEAP Jewelry we keep
Jewelry that is cheap-honest, reliable Jewelryof every descrip.
tion that live up to what we represent it to be. We have somea
excellent Shaving Sets, Fine Umbrellas. Silver Handle Pooket
Knives, etc.. etc.


SIreenleaf & Crosby Co.
41 West Bay Street. 5
Quality. Low Price and Variety are the inducements we
offer you to favor up with your patronage.
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Barns Jessup Company ,,
JIack.. nv .e. -Florida.
Naval Stores Fractors and Commission o
Merchants. J!

OFFICERS.
C. Swoon. PredeaO. J. A. Ewnlg. Vice-President.
I. B. Wells. Sere tary and Treasurer.
DIUL5CTO3L&s Q M. aB l1ra e J. A. Ewlng, R. S. Hall.
JL R. basaem.. C. Long, W. EL Cummor, E. Wells. W S
Jonatag, Q. W. Taylor

TH1 OLDEST WHISKEY HOUSE IN -
T1[ SOUTM. (Established in ieS.)
OLD SHARP WVILLIAMS-Pure Fine
Old Rye. By the gallon, P.00; four full
quarts, -- e -res prepaid.
.,and Melw. BEy the gallon 7R Special Sale of Two Piece Suits!
full qugrt, $32.0, express prepaid.
AANVIL RYE-Pure Substantial Family Worth from $2 to $30
Wi k. By the gallon $p2O; four Wf5 t
,quarts,--.YD ly.on MADE TO ORDER FOR
CIFFORD RYE-By the gallon $2.25;
,. OLD KIETUCKY OON--Diret. from
Roulde Warusouse; fie and old. By the
allor sa0; tour full quarts e$3.4 eprem
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