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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: July 4, 1908
Publication Date: -1909
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Lumber trade -- Newspapers -- Southern States   ( lcsh )
Naval stores -- Newspapers -- Southern states   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
United States -- Georgia -- Chatham -- Savannah
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1900.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 19, no. 42 (Oct. 25, 1909).
Issuing Body: Official organ of the Turpentine Operators' Association.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 6, no. 1 (Jan. 3, 1903).
General Note: "Dedicated to the naval stores and lumber interests."
General Note: "The exponent of southern progress."
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THE RECORD WAITS YOR VIEWPOitT
THE COLUMNS OF THE INDUSTRIAL RECORD ARE
ALWAYS OVPE FOR A FUL~.AN FRANK DISCUSSIOW
OF EVERY MATTER AFFECTING THE TURPRTIME
MAN, WJHTHER HE BE A PRODUCER, A FACTOR 0 A
CONSUME. WE WART YOU TO WRITS VS YOVU
VIEWS ON THE SITUATMIW AND TO SUGGEST WAYS
AND MEANS OF BBWr EMG THE PRMET COlBM-
TION& TME RECORD IS BEWG6 HIGHLY COMMEIOED
ON ITS A*TrCLZS ADIt2S*U TO THE COoNSoEsS.
WE AR aIMNDIG A LAI=m NUImBR OF COPIES OF
THE PAPIR TO WOMnB COUSUMERB EVERY WEEK.
AND WE FEL ASSUA D THAT THE INTEREST WE ARE
AWAKEMZG ABmmAD, 4A WELL AS AT HOME, WILL
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MANUFACTURERS HAND-MADE TURPENlNE BARRELS
We have been Manufacturing our own Staves for years and select the very best stock for our barrels.
Skilled Coopers employed. Just beginning business in Jacksonville and we solicit a share of your pat-
ronage. Send us a trial order.
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LOW EXCURSION RATES
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Atlantic Coast Line R. R.
eTckets will be sold to all points iouth of the Ohio and Potomac and East
of the Mississippi rivers, on July 2nd, 3rd, 4th, good returning July 8th. 1908.
For Pullman reservations, and all information call on or write to
A. W. FRITOT,
Division Passenger Agent,


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CONSOLIDATED


NAVAL STORES COMPANY.


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

OFFICERS.
WALTER F. ODACHMAN, Praeidmt; D. H. MeMILAN, H. L COVINGTON, JOHN H. POWELL, IL B. POWELL and W. J. KELLY, Vice PreidMets.
J. CLITTLE, Secretary ad Treasurer at Jacksonville; J. Q. HODG, Assistant Secretary at Savannah; J. K. ROZIER, Assistaat Secretary at Pemeals.
ZKJLI1'UIVE COXMMITfEE: W. W. Cummer, W. F. Coachman, W. J. Hillman, C. B. Rogers, and A. S. Hubbard.
DIRECTORS: W. J. Hllma, W. W. Cummer, D. H. McMillan, W. F. Coachman, W. C. Powell, H. L Covington, C. B. Rogers, John H. Pbowal. A. S. Hb-
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Paid in Capital Stock, $2,500,000
Owned and Controlled by Practical Operators.
The "Consolidated" 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.
SPrducers are invited to call or correspond.
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JACKSONVILLE FLA. Brches: Ocal a Lake City
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by the Compralelr.
WrIauividal and Saviuh Amcau soliidtd.
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WEEKLY INDUSTRIAL


RECORD.


PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY, DEVOTED TO NAVAL STORES, LUMBER AND MANUFACTURING INTERESTS.

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NAVAL STORES PRODUCERS



TO GET TOGETHER AGAIN.




Important Movement Begun by the Jacksonville Board of Trade that

May and Should Be Encouraged by Every Business Man.


The Secretary of the Jacksonville Board
of Trade has sent the following letter to
all its members outlining important busi-
ness affecting the naval stores interests at
its meeting next Wednesday:
Jacksonville, Fla., July 3, 1908.
Dear Sir-We beg to call your atten-
tion to the fact that the next regular
meeting of this organization will fall on
Wednesday, July 8th at 3:00 p. m.
There are some very important mat-
ters to be transacted at this mneetmng
and we want you if you can possibly do
so, to arrange to keep that time free to
attend the meeting.
Among the important subjects to be
taken up is one that is of vital interest
to every single member of this organiza-
tion, every wholesale and retail merchant
in the city and in fact, every citizen of
this State, namely: the present condition
of the naval stores business of Florida.
You are probably aware that at the
present time, the price of rosin and spirits
Shas gone to a point below the cost of pro-
duction and when this condition prevails,
it affects the prosperity of the entire
State.
At the present time, at least 75 per
cent of Florida naval stores is going
through Jacksonville to a port in a neigh-
boring State and the commerce of this
city is damaged very seriously to that
extent.
This organization believes that Florida
products should go through Florida ports.
We cannot impress upon you too much
p the importance of securing your hearty co-
operation with this organization in an ef-
fort to bring about a betterment of con-
ditions.
Committees of this organization have
been at work for some time past to secure
a remedy and plans are now ripe to lay
before you, which we believe will bring to
us better times and conditions generally.
Able speakers upon this very important
subject have been secured and it remains
for you individually and the organization
as a whole to take hold of this matter
and push it through to a successful is-
sue.
This Board of Trade has a reputation
for "Doing things" and no work we can


to put this business upon a firm and pros-
perous foundation.
I enclose herewith a reply postal card
and we will appreciate it very much in-
deed if you will fill out the blank and
mail it by return mail. We are desirous
of ascertaining from the members wheth-
er the majority would prefer to hold the
regular monthly meetings of the Board of
Trade in the evening or the afternoon.
The result of this ballot will be announced
at next Wednesday's meeting. Kindly
attend if possible. We need your pres-
ence and influence. Very truly,
H. H. Richardson,
Secretary.
Commenting upon this present move-
ment, the Times-Union of this city, con-
tains the following:
"In the plan suggested for putting the
naval stores industry of Florida on a
sound footing and protecting the producer
from dictation on the part of the con-
sumer or market manipulator, the Jack-
sonville Board of Trade is taking up a
work of inestimable value to every busi-
ness and financial interest in Florida."
That was the way one of the leading
business men of Jacksonville expressed
himself yesterday regarding the plan out-
lined yesterday in the Times-Union. And
his sentiments were endorsed, without ex-
ception, by every business man approached
regarding the subject.
Th plan is universally regarded as one
wholly feasible, and as one supplying not
only a remedy for the conditions that ex-
ist today, but effecting a permanent cure.
By putting the industry beyond the reach
of all causes that have brought on the
present conditions, there will be nothing
more to fear.
Loas to Florida.
The very fact that the quoted price of
spirits of turpentine is today lower than
the actual cost of production proves that
it is necessary for something to be done
to protect the producer, and the industry.
The State, too, it is argued, must be pro-
tected against the losses resultant from
conditions such as exist at present, for
these conditions affect, in no uncertain
way, the material prosperity of Florida.
Speakers and leaders in the naval stores
world have openly stated that the condi-
tions of the naval stores market have
meant a loss of at least $4,000,000 to


undertake would bring better results than Florida. This statement has been printed


in the newspapers, in reports of tlhe
speeches made, and referred to time and
time again in articles touching on naval
stores matters, and lbing as yet uncmon-
tradicted and unchallenged, are held by
the business world as admittedly true.
A loss of $4,000,000. though first, sorne
by the naval stores industry and more es-
sentially the producers of naval stores is.
it is argued, shared by every bu-iness in-
terest. Wholesale and retail merchants,
banks, business enterprises of all kinds,
must feel the loss, and hence, it is pointed
out, the matter is one of universal con-
cern to every business and professional
man in Florida.
Plan Is Effective.
One business man, who has made a care-
ful study of the conditions and the causes
that led up to them, declared yesterday
that the plan of forming a great company,
capitalized at between $1,500.000 and $3,-
000,000 to hold the products until prices
were satisfactory, would solve the prob-
lem.
He held that one of the material causes
working to make it possible to hammer
the market down to present prices, was
the fact that the producer, with his obliga-
tions to meet, had to have money. There-
fore, even though he believed prices were
lower than justified by supply and de-
mand. he had to sell to get ready money
and that sale aided instantly those play-
ing on the bear side of the marKet..
A company, sufficiently capitalized to
act as a holding company, could, by ad-
vances, tide the producer over any bear
effort, no matter how prolonged. Ad-
vances could be made, negotiable ware-
house receipts backed by a company with
a large paid-in capital would aid mightily,
and a great step would he taken toward
putting an end to market manipulations.
Then. when conditions were ripe, sales
could Iw made by this company.
Getting In Capital.
The Jacksonville Board of Trade, com-
Iposel of the leading figures in the business
world of Florida, has a standing that will
be recognized in the business world in
general. With this organization father-
ing the project, it is luinted out, the new
company gets instant standing and will
command from the start the attention and
confidence so necessary to success.
The plan contemplates having tlhe capi-
tal stock eventually and as rapidly as
possible, taken up by producers throughout


the turnltitine Ielst. antil estlially in the
Florida division thereof. This would
make then per.-~wally interested in the
company. anxious to h114el it succeed, andl
by turning their business over to that
company would, it is argued, make suc-
cess certain.
The plan under which it is sugg.tsled
that the prodlucers take upl the stcwk is one
that, it is generally felt, will meet with
approval. The plan. as thus far roughly
outlined, looks to having the iprojsuctr pay
in. on the Ipurcha.-e price of his block of
stock a certain sum out of his profit on
each barrel sold when the prices get above
a certain figure. This is to be made small.
so that it will hardly be felt, and yet. if
producers generally take it np, as it is con
fidently believed they will, it will net the
company enough to make it certain of
standing on a paying basis.
An Important Meeting.
This matter is regarded as the mo-t
important that is to come before the
Board of Trade at its meeting Wednes-
day, and one in which the Florida business
world is deeply interested.
The work will be started through a
committee of fifty, with a business mtan of
recognized ability at its head. This com-
mittee will be divided into sulblommit-
tees, each with certain definite work to do
and yet working under the general chair-
man.
A list of the producers in the turpentine
belt, with their addresses. lhas been pre-
pared, and matter concerning the new
company will le sent. ultimately, to each
of them. This feature will be taken up
immediately after Wednesday's meeting,
when the plans are definitely formulated,
anti when something more than an outline
of plans can be sent them.
To Protect Ports.
Another feature that is of vital interest
to the Ibsiness men of Jacksonville espe-
eially is the stand that will be taken by
the lhlard of Trade to the effect that
Florida productss must Iw shipped through
Florida ports.
Statistics. c-arefullly gathered and care-
fully compiled. will be submitted. The
will show the aminoint of spirits of
pentine and rosin sent through Jac
ville to a port of a neighboring S
shipment, and the sanre piert-eiinta
'from this port. similar static
ing other Florida ports will











4 THE WEEKLY INDUSTRIAL RECORD.



VVHITE OAK SPIRITS BARRELS

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

Write to Columbus Barrel Mfg. Co., Columbus, Ga., or to HENRY ELSON, Florida Mgr., Jacksonville, Fla.


Then there will be data regarding the
loss this means to the Florida ports. the
increased cost due to longer hauls, and
other figures. bearing on the matter. Ter-
minal facilities will be shown, and the use
or non-use thereof brought out by actual
statistics and not mere statements.
It is a most important meeting. as is
generally admitted, and indications are
that it will be largely attended by time
representative business men of Jackson-
ville.

SIGNS OF RETURNING PROSPERITY.
conditionss throughout the vount ry
points to an early return of prosperity.
Bank clearings, and railroad earnings are
below tlose of a year ago. but the gap is
steadily narrowing. There are ftew.r idll
cars than there were at tihe begminnlal of
.Juine. The July interest and tlnivdeil
payments this year in New York, the
country's financial center. will Isw $177.-
000.000, as compared with $1i,4.t10,.M00O in
July. 1907. Thus the falling oil is far
less than had been expected. .Alimt .|$4;.-
000,000 of gold has been exltrted sinmie
the present outward movement lsegan in
the middle of April, but as ,. gaiemtti
over $100,0.00000 of gold in Novemiiler
and Decemlsl last, and as we can get as
much as we need from the outside world
at any time we may nieed it. this tmiove-
ment does not disturb anvisbly. TIhe
rates for monev are alouit the s.ame as
they are in midsummer of normal years.
"IRe-employmlent days" are Iwconingl
general. St. Louis had one on June nrs.,
wlen 15,000 idle il1rs.mns were lput to
work. On a far larger scale tthe littslurg
district will have one on .luly sixth, when
every plant of the t'nited States Ste-el
Corporation, tihe largest concern in tihe
world in its field, will resiumie (otranlurus.
The other sholps of that corporation, all
over the country will. it is expected, all
be running by August first. All the inde-
pendent steel concerns in the Pittsburg
district, it is announced, will Ie at work
with a full force by the first week in
August.
Tlie Department of Agriculture in
Washington says the crop outlook is bet-
ter, on the whole. than it ever was be-
fore at this time of the year. It esti-
mates that the value of the country's
farm products of 1908 will reach the $8,-
000,000, mark. This will leave all rec-
ords far behind. It will lie nmre than
double the value of the farm yield of
1000. which was $3.764,000,000. Iig crops
have always heretofore meant gosdl times
for the country. and they will mean the
same this year.-James W. Van ('leave
President National Association of Manu-
facturers, in American Industries for
July.

THE CUMMER COMPANY LEASE
OFFICES.
The Cummer Lumber Company have
leased the entire fifth floor of the Consoli
dated Building, about fifteen olices. an<
will open and occupy them at once. Here
tofore they have done most of their Imsi
ness l out at their mill, having only a
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ACCOUNTANTS.
T. G. Hutchinson, Jacksonville. Fla.
Walter Mucklow, Jacksonville, Fl.
AXgS.
J. D. Weed & Co., Savannah, Ga.
BANKSa
Commercial Bank, Jacksonvilhe, Fl
BEER-WHOLESALE.
Cbas. Blum & Co., Jackoarville, 1a
.oseph Zapf & Co., Jacksorvie Fla.
BARREL STAVES.
East Coast Lumber OCa, Watertown,
Florida.

BOXES AND CRATES.
Cummer Lumber Co., Jacksoarile, Fl
CROCKERY.
Knight Crockery and PFurft Oa
Jacksonville, Fla
CLOTHING.
Standard Clothing Co., Jackonville, Fla.
Stuart-Bernstein Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
COPPER SMITHS.
McMilan Brothers, Jackmavile, Sava-
nah and Mobile.
M. A. Baker, Brunswick, Ga.
COOPLRAG&.
l~orida Cooperage t~eJaeksonrvie, Fl
Atlantic Cooperage O., Jacksonville, Fla.

DRUGS.
Win. D. Jones. Jacksonville, Fa.
DRUGS-WHOLESALE.
Groover-Stewart Drug O JMksrvlle,

Southern Drug M11. Ga, Jaskam Is, 1r
ENGINES.
Schofleld's Sons Co., J. 8., Maeom, Ga.
Lombard Iron Works and Sapply 0, Au-
gueta. Ga.


Knight Crockery and Furnite O.,
Jaeksnville, Fla.

FRTIELZERS.
Boura & Co. Wm. A., Jacsebonvfl, F.
:FOU XDateLd.
Shofield' Sons Co., J. 8., Maon, Ga.
Lombard Iron Works & Supply cO., An-
gusta, G.
FUNERAL DIRECTORS.
The Chas. A. Clark a., Jackonville, Fla.

GAS.
Jacksonville. Gas Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
GENTS' FUWIISmwES.
I Standard Clothirg Co., Jacksonvile, la.
Stuart-Berntein Co., Jackaoville, la.
GROCERS-WHOLESALE.
Williams Co., J. P, Sa0TmnMh Ga.
Young GCh John B., Savam h, Ga.


HATS.
Stuart-Bernstein Co., Jacksoville, Fl
HARDWARE.
Tampa Hardware Co, m Fla.
Weed & Co.. J. D, Svanmh. Ga
HAY AND GRAMI.
Bour & Co., Win. A., Jacksonvill, 1a.
HATS.
Standard Clothing Co.. Jacksonville, la.
HOOP IRON.
J. D. Weed & Co Savannah, G.
HOTELS.
Duval Hotel, Jacksonville, F.

IRON WORKS.
Schofield's Smo Jo., J. 8., Maees, Ga

JEWELERS.
R. J. Riles C., Jakaeovlsf, l1.
Greenleaf & y by o., Jaeksovili, l7
Hem & Slager, Jacksonvlal. F

LUMBr.
A t Coast lumber oi, Waertw.
Florida.

LIQUORS.
Blum & Coa., Cas., Jacknonville,
Altmayer & Flatau Liquor O, Mason,
Ga., and Jacksoeville, F.
Joseph Zapt & Co. Jacksonville, Fl

MEDICIES.
Speneer Medicine Co., Cranomogs Team.
MACHINE WORK.
Schofield's So Co., J. 8., Mana, Ga.
Lombard Iron Works. Aguita, OG

MATERIALS FOR luxJU'emas PRO-
CESS.
SehoAield's So Co., J. ., Maeon, Ga.
METAL WORKERS.
MRia BUras C4, Jacknwvle, Savan-
nah and Mbie.
Baker, M. A, Brunswimk, G, and Par-
cola, Pk,.

MILL SUPPLIES.
Schofield's So Co, J. 8, Maeo, Ga.
Weed & Co, J. D, Savannah, Ga.
Lombard Iron Works A Supply Co, Au-
gusta, Ga.
NAVAL STORES.
Penin ulat Naval Stores C., Jacksonville
and 'Jampa, Fla.
Barnes & Jessup Co, Jacksoville, Fla
Consolidated Naval Stres Co., Jacksom-
vill, Fla.
West-Flynn-Harris Co, Jacksonvi:'e, Vla
Williams Co., J. P., Savannah, Us.
Young Co.. John R., Savannah. Ga.
Southern states Naval Stores OG, avan-
nask Ga.
PLANING MILL.
Duval Planing Mill Co., Jacksonville, Fla.

PHOSPHATE MACHINERY.
Lombard Iron Works & Supply 4k, An-
-t Qa6


PUMP&
Sehofeld's Som Co., J. 8., Mar, Ga.
VAlH.VnA"
Atlutie Coast Lime.
SAWILLS.
Lombard Iro Works & 8ufply Oa, Au
g-u, Ga.

Bour & Oa, Win. A., Jackumrlb Nf
SHIP TYAS.
Coner Limaber Oa., JaudmmiBva .
SHOIS-WHOLrSAE.
Hutehinson Shoe JOacknemvFl, lb
JoB. Rosenheim Sh Oe SBava bh, Ga.

SHOES-RETAIL.
Stat-Berstein Co., Jacknsomile, la.
TANKS.
G.. Davis & Soe, Pahtka, Fl
Scheoeld's Sm C0,o. J. 8. Mama, Ge.
Pratoa Mler C r, 0at City, h.

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Atluati Cooperage Oo, JakisnMvill L
Forids Cooperage COI. Jaced vifat la.


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Savannah ad M a.

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Jacksonville Devenlopmen O, JeekMa
vine, F1

XIuPELaram TOOLS
Council Tool O.o Jaeksomie, Fl
J. D. Weed & Ok. Savannah, Ga
WATCHES.
Gremleaf & Crosby Co0, J1kMonevifK, VU
Hem & Sla w, Jackuville, tU.
R. J. Riles Co., Jaeksonvo, Fl.
YELLOW PIE LUMBER
Cmmer Lumber Co., Jackonvill, la.
East Coast Lumber Co.. Watertown, ll



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Jacksonville and Savannah Comparative Naval Stores Market For Week Ending July 4, 1908.
WITH LAST YEAR'S PRICES FOR REFERENCE.


ROSIN


GRADE
WW -....-.....--
WG ....-.........-..
N
M
K
I
H
G
F

D
CBA ...........


Jax
6.50-
6.40
6.25
5.85
5.55
4.50
3.80)
3.35
3.35
3.25
3.10
2.90


SATURDAY
1908 Sav.
6.50
6.45
6.25
5.85
5.50
4.44)
3.80
3.35
3.35
3.25
3.15-3.25
2.85-2.95


Jax.
5.70
5.65
5.35
5.2 5
5.20
5.15
5.05
4.95.
4.90
4.55
4.15
3.85


1907 Sav.
5.75-6.00
5.60-5.95
5.50
5.30
5.25
5.15
5.10
4.90-5.00
4.80-4.95
4.55-4.60
4.20-4.30
3.85-3.95


GRADE Jax.
WW__ .....-- 6.5
WG............. 6.40
N 6.15-6.25
M 5).75-5.85
K 5.45-5.55
I 4.40-4.50
II 3.70-3.75
G 3.35
F 3.35
E 3.25
D ...... 3.15
CBA ................. 2.90-3.00


WEDN SDAY
1908 Say. I
6.50
6.45
6.25
5.85
5.50
4.35-4.40
3.80-3.85
3.30-3.35
3.30-3.35
3.25
3.15
2.80-2.90


Jax.
5.85
5.75
5.50
5.30
5.20
5.00
4.87S
4.85
4.821 ',
4.55
4.15
3.90


1907 Say.
6.00-6.05
5.95
5.75
5.50
5.25
4.90-5.00
4.80-4.85
4.80-4.85
4.75-4.82t.
4.50-4.57
'4.20-4.25
3.90-3.97 /.


GRADE
WW --_.
W G ... ..... ....
N
M
K
T
H
G
F

D __.........
CBA ..............


Jax.
6.50
6.40
6.25
5.85
5.55
4.50
3.80
3.35
3.35
3.25
3.15
2.95


MONDAY
1908 Sav.
6.50
6.45
6.25
5.83
5.50
4.40
3.85
3.35-3.40
3.35
3.25
3.15
2.90


TH IRSDAY


Jax.
5.75-5.85
5.70-5.75
5.50-5.60
5.35-5.404
5.20
5.10-5.15
4.95-5.40)
4.90-4.95
4.85-4.90
4.50-4.55
4.15
3.85


1907. Say.


5.75-6.00
5.60-5.95
5.50
5.30
5.25
5.15
5.10
4.90-5.00(
4.80-4.95
4.55-4.60
4.20-4.30
3.85-3.95


GRADE


W W .._...........
WG - -
N -
M -- -------
K ----------
11 -...........
i .......................
M....................
.----....--.. ............

G ...............................
F ................................
D..F.................... ....
R --...-- ...... ........- ... -
D ---.....-.....--
CBA ..


Jax.
6.50
6.40
(6.15
5.75
5.45
4.40
3.70
3.30
3.30(
3.20-3.25
3.10-3.20
2.95-3.00X)


190s. Sav.
6.50
6.45
6.20
5.80
5.45
4.30
3.80
3.30
3.30
3.20-3.25
3.05
2.85


Jax. 1907. Sav.


Holiday
i1Hliday
Iloliday
Iloliday


TUESDAY


GRADE Jax.
WW 6.50
WG -... 6.35-6.40
N 6.25-6.30
M 5.85-5.90
K 5.55
T 4.50
H 3.80
G 3.35-3.40
F 3.35-3.371/.
VE 3.25-3.271.
D 3.15-3.171
CBA ......._ 2.90-3.00


1908. Say.
6.50
6.45
6.30
5.90
S5.55
4.40-4.50
3.80-3.85
3.35-3.421/.
3.35-3.371 /.
3.25-3.27'/.
3.15-3.20
2.90


Jax.
5.70-5.85
5.65-5.70
5.45-5.60)
5.25-5.30
5.15-5.20
4.95-5.10
4.90-5.0M)
4.85-4.95
4.80-4.90
4.50-4.55
4.10-4.15
3.85-3.90


1907. Say.
5.95-6.00
5.75-5.90
5.60-5.75
5.40-5.50
5.25
5.15
4.85-5.00
4.80-4.90
4.75-4.871/
4.55-4.571/
4.20-4.25
3.85-3.95


GRADE
WW ......._
WG ...... .......
N .................. ........
M -------- -
M ..........-... -...........-
K .. .... ...........
S................ ............
II ................-..-
G
F
E
D
CBA .... ........


Jax.
6.50
6.40-6.45
6.15-6.20)
5.75-5.80
5.35-5.40
4.20-4.40
3.70-3.75
3.25-3.30
3.25-3.30
3.15-3.20
3.(00-3.1219
2.85-2.95 /I


FRIDAY
1908. Say.
6.50
6.45
6.20
5.80
5.35
4.20
3.75
3.25
3.25
3.15
3.00
2.85


Jax. 1907 Say.
5.85 5.95
5.70-5.75 5.75
5.50-5.55 5.60
5.30-5.35 5.30
5.20-5.25 5.20
5.00-5.10 5.05
4.90-4.95 4.921/
4.80-4.821.f. 4.87/.
4.75-4.80 4.85
4.50-4.55 4.60
4.20 4.25
3.90-4.029' 3.971,


SATURDAY.
Jax. 1908 Sav. Jax. 1907 Sav.
n. d 39-38%3/5714-571/* 571-57%/
WEDNESDAY.
Jax 1908 Say Jax 1907 Say


SPIRITS TURPENTINE
MONDAY.
Jax. 1908 Sav. Jax. 1907
38 38-/4-38' .,57'/4 57
THURSDAY.


Jax


38'/-


1908 Sav Jax 1907 Sav
3834-39V/- Holiday


TUESDAY.


Say. Jax.
-57:!/4 38


1908 Sav. Jax.
38'.. 57


1907 Say.
571/


FRIDAY.


Jax
39


1908 Say Jax
39/.-40 n. d


1907 Sav
57%1


Naval Stores


ROSIN Receipts.
Jax.
Saturday ----... 1254
Monday 1468
Tuesday 1647
Wednesday ..........- 967
Thursday--.- 1805
Friday 1458

SPIRITS TURPENTINE
Saturday_.. ...- 318
Monday 485
'uesday "1' 619
Wednesday --......- :14
Thursday ...........-- 461
Friday 336


Receipts and Shipments Here and in
For Week Ending July 4. 1908.
Sales. Shipments.


Sav
5495
3779
4584
2789
3329
3467


1812
1465
1377
1380
1153
1129


Jax.
984
962
3150
907
1158
1498

-
2313
251
406
468
:117


Sav.
3964
2783
3614
4148
3210
3102


1276
760
1342
1340
396
377


Jax.

10:33
1647

-4
-
5 7 5


Savannah


SSay.
1921
5630
2441
1600
94
2650


862
160
879
110
TO
1097


Jax.
44908
46162
46597
48244
49211
51016


34528
34846
35032
35;51
$5965
36426


Stock.


Say
101373
99522
101665
102854
106089
106906


36020
37325
37823
39093


-


----------


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THE WEEKLY MNDUSRIAUL RECORD.


INDUSTRIAL RECORD ,by those cities of the South that have
JAMES A. HOLLOMON. Editor-in-Chief grown into centers of industry almost be-
A. H. MARSH. Busies Mamm-er fore they were aware of it is of such mag-
R. T. ARNOLD. Advertiamn Mm er I nitude that if they could be concentrated
Publshfed Ever Sasturday. into one grand exposition the world would
I ro (Domtien)... 83001, m be amazed at the spectacle.
"The Pine and Its Prodwuts." That men should survive their own ini-
All. c mv nt -- seuld Ibe asliemeld tiative in new and unknown fields of en-
The Induatrini W.ecord Cosapany deavor and live to see those efforts crown-
Jacksonville, Fla. ed with success is indeed rare in human
history and yet thi, is what has come to
asrtaah Eaf a o ld 1"udteas Offteso a )ph
varanch AOaic. Ga. the Ipeple of the South. While it is not

Entered at the Postofice at Jackonville. Fla.. claimed that all this industrial growth
assecond-class matter 1has lwene achieved by those who were na-
Adopted by the Executive Committ oj ties of the South, because much of it has
the Turpentine Operators' Assoetien Isen done by those from other sections
September 12, 190, as its exclusive o6- who were attracted by the opportunities
cial organ. Adopted in annual convention which were opened to them in the South
September 11 as the organ also of the gae- to en e e e e
eral association. to e in certain industries, still the
Adopted April 27th, 1903, a the ofiial, fact remains that from an almost insig-
organ of the Interstate G( a Growers As- nificant degree of manufactures at the
soeiation. Adopted September 11, 19(I as close of the (1vil War there is now such a
the only offial oraa of the T. 0. A. .
Commended to lumber people by speilli diversit of products. "made in the
resolution adopted by the Georgia Sawmir l South" as really marks this as the com-
Asociation. ing center not only of our own but of the
TH RE DS world's industries.
THE RisECORS OpIa t I The Tradesman feels no little pride in

fces of the Indastrl ord omipy o- the part it has taken in this marvelous
are located at the intersection of Bay and change that has occurred in the South. for
Newnan Streets, Jacksonville, Fl, in the it can claim to have been on the firing
S heart of the great turpentin- line of this wonderful progress ever since
The Svannah, G., oiie is in the Board the movement was first given shape and
of Trade Bu'lding. Savamih is the lead- it woldl not see the world bow in ac-
ing open ar ami stores market in the world. knowledgement of the result.-The
-- Tradesman ((hattanooga.)
NOTICE TO PATRONS.
Al payments for advertising ia the r- URPENTINE STATISTICS.
luetrial Record and mbcriptiein teete
must be made direct to the home oeaf is
Jacksevile. Agents are nt allowed to Mr. J. 0. LaFontisee Appointed by the
make colectiOns Under may cmrmr United States Department of Agricul-
31i1s for advertising nMd mnbecripti are
ent out from the home oe wh due, ture to Gather Statistics Relative to the
and al remittances mast be made direct Pine Products of the South.
to thi company. "Mr. J. 0. IaFontisee, an expert from
Watral ROMd PRheed Ce. the forest service of the United States De-


"MADE IN THE SOUTH."
Another Southern city has caught the
refrain that has been sounded; behalf of
home enterprises and home institutions in


apartment of Agriculture, is in Savannah,
having arrived yesterday from Washing-
ton for the purpose of conferring with
the leading factorage houses. He would
not give out the plans to be adopted in
securing the information desired, but


the South and there is a new spirit and stated that the work will be as thorough
a new hope among the citizens of that and as complete as possible to make it.
place that i. exceedingly gratifying to "This will be the first time the Agricul-
behold. tural IDlpartment or any other depart-
The Board of Trade.of Jacksonville, ment of the United States government
Fla.. has inaugurated an exhibition in its has made an investigation of this indus-
rooms of gools and wares "made in Jack- try along these lines. There have been
sonville," and like similar exhibits that experiments conducted to ascertain the
have b'en made elsewhere they have l'est methods of securing turpentine with
proven a great surprise to its own peo- a view of preserving the pine forests of
pie, and local consumers were obtained the South. but aside from that there nas
for local products that possibly never been little work done either in ascertain-
would have eIen secured had not such an ing the amount of the annual output of
object Ih-soun teen presented. naval stores, or the condition or tne pine
So many cities in the South have seem- forests of the South as pertains to this
ingly Ircome imbued with the same ideas great industry.
as to their home products, and about the "Mr. lafmontisee will leave today for
same time. that it would prove one of the Jacksonville. and from there proceed to
west advertisements that could be pre- New Orleans, Mobile and Montgomery.
sented for the South if there was held at duringg a part of the time that this study
some central point a "Southern Exposi- is under way Mr. LaaFontisee may have
tion" composed entirely of products headquarters in Savannah.
"made in the South." Comprehensive Study.
While there have been many so-called- "The forest service of the Unitet State
southern explsitions yet in reality none TDepartment of Agriculture is soon to be-
that wa. confined so strictly to Southern gin a comprehensive study under a special
made products has ever been held and appropriation made by the last session of
such an exhibition should prove of greater congresss .
interest to the entire country than any "Briefly this study will include the fol-
other exhilhition that could be presented. lowing:
If some enterprising city would take hold "A study to determine the extent to
of this siurgestion in the right way it which turpentining under present meth-
would prove' of immense service to the dis has destroyed the pine forests of the
entire South and enlist such public atten- SMuth. and the present supply of timber
tion as would Ih truly of world-wloe in- suitable for working.
terest. The showing that is being made "A study of different methods of tur-


6


pentining to determine those which are
least destructive to the forest and which
give the largest yields.
"A study to determine what methods
in refining the crude product will give the
most acceptable grades of naval sb esa i
the largest quantity.
"A study to determine how far it is
practicable to produce naval stores from
waste wood and thus to lessen the drain
uljn the forests.
"The gathering and publishing of sta-
tistics on the annual production ot navat
stores in co-operation with the bureau of
the census in the same general manner
that other statistics of forest pruoucts
are secured and published.
"A study to determine what proportion
of the naval stores produced is produced
by the cup and gutter system.
"It is expected that the work will be
well under way by July 15th. Prelimi-
nary steps, such as arranging for a defi
nite plan of operation and the selection
of a competent force, are already under
way and when the field force begins ac-
tive work the necessary information as
to location of turpentine stills, the best
methods to be employed and other data
will lbe at hand."

PIWA ABLE REVIVAL OF ACTIV-
ITY IN LUMBER CIRCLES IN
SAVANNAH.
Savannah. Ca.-Shifting from a condi-
tion where there was no demand for lum-
ber, with the mill men overrunnig the city
looking for orders for their output to one
where there is a demand for the material,
with buyers for local firms scouring the
entire State looking for material to buy
in order to fill orders, the lumber market
of this section, at least, furnishes one of
the most striking contrasts seen in many
a day. Six months ago the millmen from
the interior were simply frantic to sell
their material, accepting prices actually
below the cost of production. Now the
conditions show a marked change for the
better, and several buyers have been
placed on the road to purchase everything
in sight, especially dimensions.
It is now the inning of the interior saw
mill men. and they in turn are showing
absolute indifference to all overtures of
the buyers. Indeed, when seen at their
mills most of the sawmill men express
anything hut inclination to sell, and it is
very certain that the 80 per cent of the
mills now in operation in the State have
the situation well in hand. Lately it has
Ieen no uncommon occurrence to secure in-
creased prices, sometimes as much as $3
to $5 per thousand over previous quota-I
tions at the mills, and in every instance
the middle men here have "dug down in
their jeans" and paid the increased values
demanded by the millmen for their out-
pult.
Aside from the improvement from the
standpoint of the "the man in the woods,"
the local situation shows an unmistakable
improvement. The demand is said to be
increasing steadily; the volume in in-
quiries is much greater; millions of feet of
orders are not uncommon; and, best of
all, the larger buyers of the North and
East are showing a decided uneasiness.
The interior millmen, however, who are
simply sitting steady in the boat and ex-
pressing unusual confidence in their abil-
ity to hold the situation, say that they
will wait until prices show an improve-
ment all along the line. That they are
in a lpoition now to dictate terms is very
(Continued on page 8.)


THE STUART-BERNSTIN CO.

THE GROOVZR-STEWART PRUG CO.
SERVES ANNUAL BAMpUET TO
OFFICERS AND E ,PLOYES.
The Groover-Stewart Drug jmpny, of
Jacksonville, ouu of the largest and most
successful wholesale drug Jouses in the
South, tendered their officers and em-
ployees a banquet at the Windsor Hotel
on last Tuesday evining. This event
marked the closing of the seventh year
of their history since te great fire of
1901, which'swept them out of existence
temporarily. As a phoenix they have
Risen from the ashes and builded a busi-
ness that is an honor to this great eity
and ample cause for gratification to the
master minds who direct the destinies of
this mammoth business.
The fiscal year closing on June 30, lke
its predecessors, was celebrated, by a so-
cial gathering of officers and employee, at
a banquet served at the famous Windsor
Hotel. Indicative of the cosmopolitan char-
acter of the city, and incidentally of the
Groover-Stewart Drug Company, there
were seated at the festive board repre-
sentatives of Florida, Georgia, Alabama,
South Carolina, North Carolina, Ken-
tucky, Louisiana, Ohio, Indiana, Michigan
and Nebraska. After enjoying to reple-
tion the magnificent spread and while thl
seductive champagne sharpened the al-
ready keen wit of the party, after din-
aer speeches were indulged in until a
late hour. The spirit exhibited by em-
ployer and employes, the mutual confi-
dence expressed by each for the other, pre-
dicted continued success for the Groover-
Stewart Drug Company.
In addition to tbh twenty-four attaches
of the company assembled at the table
were Messrs. M. D. Craig, reptemsetin
Sharp & Dohme; John Dickison, repe-
senting Eli Lilly & Co., and W. J. Leary,
with Parke, IDvis & Co., the two last
named Messrs. Dickinson and Leary being
employes of the Groover-Stewart Drug
company as true to the old love as needle
to the peo.


I
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We have before us last Saturday's edi-
tion of the Naval Stores Review contain-
ing statements about the naval stores sit-
uation, which, to our opinion, differ so
much from actual conditions and eircum-
stances, that we feel it our duty to draw
our readers' attention to -, Tioping to
benefit them by giving word to our ideas
on the subject.
Of course, we recognize, that the Na-
val stores Review figures as the mouth-
piece of the American Naval Stores Com-
pany, and therefore, we presume, only
such information is allowed to appear
therein, which would tend -o hide the
true reasons for the fluctuations in the
market and leave the mentioned concern
a much abused, innocent and guileless
baby. If the American Naval Stores Com-
pany is charged with manipulating the
Savannah market, the Naval Stores tfr-
view will come forth to show that some-
how there is considerable overproduction,
and no demand on the part of the buyers.
If spirits turpentine decline for the period
of a YEAR AND MORE, CONSISTENT-
LY, the artificial financial panic of last
NOVEMBER--of which Mr. Shotter very
likely had an inkling some months in ad-
vance--with its subsequent stagnation of
business in general, is to blame for it, etc.,
etc.
The above referred to issue of the Re-
view now explains, why pales are so high
at present and commons at the lowest
point for years. It is claimed, that in
the one instance not sufficient rosin has
been produced to fill the t-mand, while
commons are said' to suffer the conse-
quences of overproduction, which could
have been avoided by the producers them-
selves. We will admit, that pales are
scarce and commons more plentitul than
customary for this time of the year; but
while the producers did curtail the out-
put of pales by reducing the boxcut last
winter-following the often expressed ad-
vice-they were unable to influence like-
wise the crop on commons, unless they
were willing to suffer a dead loss.
The old boxes-producing commons-are
there and it, is simply a matter of col-
leeting the rosin they accumulate, or let-
ting it go to waste. Under these circum-
stances the greater receipts, comparatve-
ly, on commons are only circumstantial
and do not entirely depend on the operat-
ors. We do not see any reason therefore,
w'y the Review should blame the sentt
condition of things on the producers, in-


stead of bringing it home to the true
cause. which is the manipulation of the
American Naval Stores ('Om-nl ....
We claim, that other circumstances than
natural conditions are reslonsible for the
low market, and we say further, that the
:high prices on pales as well as the low
prices on commons are the result of some
well devised scheme of the American Na-
val Stores Co. We received information
some time ago, from a very reliable source,
that there were some 12.000 barrels of pale
FRENCH rosins in the hands of the Ant-
werp branch of the American Naval Stores
Company. When the prices of the Ameri-
can pales were low, the French crop was
unable to find a profitable market and
therefore, it was decided to raise the
prices here in order to enable Antwerp to
dispose of the accumulations there at ad-
vantageous prices. The Review itself
states (Report from Bordeaux, France,
the principal seat of the French Naval
Stores Industry), that "the recent sharp
advances in American grades from K to
WW have had a strengthening influence on
the situation here" and it is evident thus,
at least, that a very close connection is
kept between the American and Antwerp
interests of the American Naval -tnrea
Company, which may well have caused the
scheme for the disposition of the French
rosin. In this way, however, consumers
in this country were forced to pay high
prices on Pales for the benefit of the
Preach resin in the hands of the Antwerp.
branch of the Shotter concern. Of course,
we are only too glad to see high prices on
pales, as it will compensate-though only
in a very little degree-for the loss the
producers have suffered constantly on com-
mons.
The latter, although there was a fair
demand of late, which might, under ordi-
nary conditions, have sustained the prices,
are again on the decline. It has been ob-
served continuously, that buyers do not
purchase on a declining market, they are
coming forward, however, as soon as the
market shows any strength, especially if
this strength is supplied by the American.
Does that prove to you, dear reader, that
the low prices on Commons are a conse-
quence of lack of demand and overproduc-
tion? We are of a different opinion at any
rate, and we dare say, that the consuming
trade would have bought just as big quan-
tities as ever, if the prices had been higher
to the extent of 50 or even 75 cents. If
the indictment against the American Na-


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val Stores Company is true, sliaking
aliut horning rosin, then the consullnlrs, in
Iuying from the Amueri-an. have at any
rate paid a price of alout 7.- c rel higher than the market and we firmly
believe, that they would have preferred a
thousand times, to pay this advance in the
market outright, instead of bringing it as


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B 'THE WEmLiT MNrnSThtAt, 1eoMW.


an extra profit into the pockets of the pany ,up on high pritce receipts, of which
American Naval Stores Co. We leave it they could not dispose, partly because Mr.
for you all to decide now, whether in fact Shotter had bound to himself a great part
only natural conditions, supply and de- of the demand through contracts, BUT
mand, make the make, or the schemes PRINCIPALLY BECAUSE MR. SHOTTER
and manipulations of the American Naval D)IYC)UNTED THlE MARKET BY 10 AND
Stores Company. 20 (CENTS, so that he forced th- report
In this connection we would like to Company either to sell at the same price
point our leaders' attention to another and lose money, or to keep the receipts and
business method of the American Naval add then to its already big accumulations.
Stores Company-the contract system, This is the feature, to which we desire
which of late has become again very to draw our readers' special attention, the
prominent in the trade. We are informed. DISCOUNTING OF THE MARKET on the
that the American is again sending out part of Mr. Shotter as well as the Naval
its agents all over this country and per- Stores Export Company, because it result -
haps abroad, with instructions, to induce ed in enormous losses for those buyers who
all prospective buyers of naval stores to had contracted with the American at mar-
contract for such supplies with the Amer- ket iasis, inasmuch as those firm-, which
ican. In some quarters these tacics of the could buy on the daily markets, taking ad-
American are connected with the reports vantage of the low offers prevailing, got
about the formation of a new selling com- their requirements 10 anl 20 cents cheaper
pany in Florida and a Mr. 7'lotter is fore- and were thus enabled to cut out com-
sighted enough, to take the possibility of petition in their respective line of manu-
such a move on the part of producing in- facture. We foresee that Mr. Shotter will
terests into consideration at least, the follow aliumt the same tactics this year,
taking of contracts may be considered as should a new -elling company be formed,
the beginning of the fight against the new Iecause in our opinion it is his only chance
concern. It will be rememlwered, that for a fight, in the long run. We therefore
some years ago, during the existence of desire to warn against making contracts
the old Naval Stores Export Company with the American for future delivery on
Mr. Shotter pursued the same ldoicy. Ilis market basis. Such contracts may mean
object was. to fill, as much as luoible. losses, in the end, to the consumers! Even
every demand for rosin, by contracts, be- not considering the formation of the new
forehand, so that the Naval Stores Export selling company-the contract system is a
Company was unable to find as big an menace to the trade because, if nothing
outlet for her receipts as she needed. It else, Shotter would follow the old practice
will be remembered, further, that Mr. of fooling consumers into such agreements
Shotter bulled the market subetluently in at comparatively high prices, then drop the
as rapid a manner as has rarely been wit- market considerably when the time of de-
nessed before and since, witi tne idea of livery comes, so that loses to the consum-
loading the Naval Stores Export Com- ers are unavoidable. We warn against the


contract system, no matter who will try to
force it on consumers, whether the
American Naval Stores Company or any
other concern, but we feel it our duty to
warn doubly against the American, not
only for the reasons given before, but also
in consideration of the fact that this con-
cern has to face a veryv serious trial in No-
vemlier. Supposing the (-overnment should
find the American guilty and punish them
to the full extent of the accusations
against them!
Several incidents confirm to us the opin-
ion expressed, that the American Naval
Stores Company will meet the formation
of a new selling company with a fight on
high priced products. The very latest re-
port in this connection is the information
about the imports of French pale rosins on
the part of the American. Pales being
scarce in America. it will be easy for the
American to bull prices considerably and
the cheaper French resins will help in this
movement because they will allow the
American to discount the market consid-
erably, so that the new concern will be un-
able to sell the high-pricei pales and get
overstocked on them. The new decline on
commons serves about the same purpose,
as it will enable the American to increase
the accumulations to an extent which will
allow them for a long time to undersell
the new competitor, so that the latter
must accumulate enormous stocks on the
high market. There is every chance thus
for a very strong market in the near fut-
ure and we dare say, that Mr. Shotter will
force an advance upon rosin as well as
spirits turpentine as soon as he sees fit,
which will be nothing short of the bull
movement witnessed three years ago, when


lie had to fight the Naval Stores Export
companyy .

REMARKABLE REVIVAL OF ACTIVITY
LUMER CIRCLES
(Continued from pace &)
evident, and in this respect they are fol-
lowing to the strict letter the wholesome
advice given in the Journal.
That there were one or two buyers sent
out on the road by local firms in order to
secure lumber with which to fill contracts
closed previously was mentioned in a
former letter from Savannah, but there
are now several on the road. One man in
particular for one of the largest firms here
was sent out looking for material fol-
lowing the effort to do business with the
mills by wire. The firm sent to a promi-
nent millman near Quitman an inquiry
for dimensions, 2,000,000 feet, at $22 per
thousand. The two parties could not get
together on this basis, the millman insist-
ing that he wanted $23. An order was
sent for the material in several days at
the figures named by the interior man,
but in the meanwhile prices had jumped
to $25. He was ordered to go ahead with
the order at the higher level in two or
three days, but when communicated with
again his price was $27. At this value he
finally refused the order, and it is said
that the air in the immediate vicinity of
the wholesale operator's ofiee here was a
decided indigo for some time. Oeurrences
such as these, it is true, are not common;
still, it tends to show the independent at-
titude of the sawmill men. To an in-
quiry sent gut by another prominent
wholesale house recently the following
characteristic replies were received: We


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Capitl $200,00

HUTCHINSON SHOE COMPANY
VICTOR SHOES AND HATS
Wholesale 0 0 # # Jacksonville, Fla*


are in receipt of yours of recent date. In JOSEPH
reply will say in regard to these inquiries
that it will be useless for you to send us
orders with such prices as these carry.
They are entirely out of line."
Another replied: "1 an returning or-
ders sent by your firm, as I am not in a
position to take bookings of any kind'."
Some of the mills in fact are refusing to
accept orders at any price, stating that
their full capacity is now being taxed Wholesale Di
and that they have orders enough to keep AN H EU
them going for some time to come.
All things considered, it would appear St. Loul
that those lumbermen who predicted that
there would be an improvement in the
general market after the Republican non. W
nations were on the right path, and it is i'U I I
hoped that the present upward turn of the Wri
market will be but the forerunner ot a
better era of things.
So much for the outlook. C
R. B. Reppard, a quarter of a century
ago known popularly as the "Lumber
King" of this section of the country, is WITI
dead. Death came suddenly but peace- G a
fully to Mr. Reppard, who was one of the
finest men in Savannah. A meeting of the
creditors of Reppard, Snedeker & ('o. was
held, and at that time it was learned C
that the firm's liabilities were more than Cypre
$350.000. of which the secured claims are
for $180,000. Most of the creditors are in
fZ


Georgia. According to a statement fur-
nished the committee appointed to look
after the firm's affairs, temporarily at
least, the value of securities owned by the
firm is $203,588.03 assets, $45,45(i.8S. The
firm was composed of the late R. B. Rep-
pard, C. V. Snedeker and J. S. Bailey.
They have been in this line of busianesw .
many years and were very popular. Gen-
eral regret is expressed at their troubles.--
Lumberman's Journal (New Orleans.)


IN CIRCUIT COURT. Fourth Judicial Cir-
cuit of Florida, in and for Duval Coun-
ty. In Chancery.
Leslie J. Wootten vs Cleveland LI Woot-
ten.-Notice to Non-Resident:
To Cleveland L Wootten, Clarksville,
State of Virginia:
You are hereby required to appear to
the Bill of Complaint filed herein against
you in the above entitled cause on or be-
fore the 6th day of July, A. D. Itou.
The Industrial Record is hereby desig-
nated as the newspaper in which this or-
der shall be published once a week for
four consecutive weeks.
Witness my hand and seal of office this
29th day of May, A. D. 1908.
(SEAL) P. D. Cassidey,
Clerk.
By H. J. COesidey, Deputy Clerk.
James M. Peeler, Solicitor for complain-
ant. 5-30-4t.


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ZAPF CO


dealers in and BottSi
SER-BUSCH
is Lager Beer
Whol-alo

is, Nimral Waters
to for Prices


Ik If not.
Why not?
JACKSOIVILLE
S GAS COMPANY



ss Tanks

All Purposes


BEST MADE
Write for Catelose

Preston Miller Co.


Det. B


Crescent City, Fla


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7W

CHAS. A. CLARK, lac.
m .e1. D-aofne wa, as.
hone 186b. Jacksonville. Fla.
aagu' u nw-. "


Duval Planing Mill


Co.


SevatS a ld aikadAve. Jacks.vlt Fla
Builders and Contractors Win Do Well t#
Have Us Bid on Their Work
in our Lie.
Phone 1749.

Walter Mucklow,
CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT.
Rooms, 46-47-48 Mutual Lite Bldg
Telephone 2782
1ACKSONVILLK. *LA


Jacksonville,
THE DUVAL's florida.
This Hotel has recently changed hands, and is under New Manage.ifmelt
Throughly Renovated Throughout
fHeadquarters for Turpentine Operators
F. BARTOW STUBBS, I. D. CRAWFORD,
Proprietor. MaMagr.


Mc KOY PATENT

Turpentine Cup.

The best and simplest cup
on the market. Detachable
Greater Capacity, easier
dipped ,more easily placed
on tree, stronger and prae-
tically indestructible. Will
I not rust. For catalog and
". /, price list write


M'IH y PIIITTIRPETIIE CUP CO.
1015 Hiberia Building,
New Orleans. Louisiana.


M. A. BAKER & COMPANY
PENSACOLA, FLA. AND BRUNSWICK. GA.

Your Profit!
INlk-)nds upon the quality and
workmanship of your Still. If you
have a leaky Still or one that is
easily Burned out, you will LOSE
MONEY. To I-, on the safe side,
Syot: must operate a

Baker Improved Still
'or it is the only still that has stool the test and been on thel Market for ove.
Fifty Years and today has more users than ever. Our Stills with their
IIE.VY IBottomI s and thick sides, with our L\R(E Worms, made from the
\erv best grade of cotpl|er have no equal. Write or wire us for anything that
n'II need in tlie Still line. and you will get the BEST at a reasonable Pric,.
When in need of any repair work, REMEMBER we have the Best still repair-
er- in the eoiutry.

"If You Don't Buy a Baker Still We Both Lose."


DIRECTORS: J. C. Stanley, J. E. Harris, D. M. Flynn, H. E. Pritchett, J. C.
Edwards, W. C. Powell, J. P. Council.
OF1FCERS: 1. C. Stanley, Pres.; J. E. Harris, VicePres.; K. B. Council, Secy.;
J. P. Council, Treasurer and Manager.


THE COUNCIL TOOL CO.,
Home Office Jacksonville, Fla.
Factory: WANNANISH, N. C.
Manufacturers of High Grade Naval Stores Tools

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SJ.A. G. CA sON. President J. F. DSNBoUnV. Ist Vice-President
T.A. Jaaxilus. 2nd Vice-President. H. L. KAYTON. 3d Vice-President and Sec.
H. F. E. Scnusvs". Treasurer.

J. P. WILLIAMS COMPANY, i

1NV1L STEPS FICTIOS IN IhKhESILE GROCERS.
ss.in Office SaAVJa nXH, GORMGIA
]Branc .. ...-I Ji.-.. ILI, v m I Bfnr.ach Grocery 3ouu.
..... Pdu ar........vd. COL. C aBUB Oi.t
Naval Stores Producers arc Invited to Correspond WIth


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THE WEEKLY INDUSTRIAL RECORD.

Southern Drug Mfg. Company
WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS AND MANUFACTURERS OF
Flavoring Extracts, Packed Drugs, B. IB Bluing. Vinegar and Pyne's Populir Roani.Jdlk
We handle everything in the Dru aend Medicine line. Write for prices. JACKSONVILLE. FLA.

08@Te,0 S 8 a .-- Us


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One Price


S FASHIONABLE CLOTHIERS AND FURNISHERS,
z7 and i9 West Bay Street, Jacksomville, FtorIa
Stetson and Hawes Hats. Special Attention Given to Mail Orders I

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J. W. motto
Presdent.


Jasmes Natt.
Vice-Pras.


W. W. Wilder,
Sec. A Tres.


John R. Young Co.,


Commission
Merchants.


Naval Stores factors. Wholesale Grocers.


Sava,''zhs% %& Brumswick. Gaf


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You Want a Turpentine Location?
You Want a Sawmill Location?
You Want any Kind of florida Land?
You Mean Business?
Cltl n or Wrtto to
J. H. Livingston & Sons,
OCALA. WLOR A.
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Ml etrop olis


Is the Paper you want. It is published
daily and is from 12 to 16 hours ahead of
any other daily newspaper in Florida.
$500 a Year $2.50 Six Months
Full Telegraphic and Stock reports. If
you want to keep posted on the news, get
the Metropolis.

CARTER & RUSSELL PUB. CO.
JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.


DIAMOND VALUES DON'T FAIL
When your money is ia ted i good Diama yeo meed never
worry about the markt We hae ae of the most superb ie dof par
Diamoins in the Sout. Os( a nd for yourself.


11-13
Main St.


HESS & SLAGER
J oielwIIe.


339
W..Bay St.


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BEST TANKS
ON EARTH
A" mae in J%,% 0h. r L K. Davi. a
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I Southern Statsl Naval Stores Co. I
eamtre you buy a unk
Q. S. DAVIS Son, Palatds. Pla






Southern States Naval Stores Co


Factors
Ship to Savannah


Savannah. Ga.
.nd Commission Merchants
Get Competition Highest Prices Promptest Returna
Corresperd With V


SJ. S. Schofeld's Sons Company, "
**' SoS 0 ****. 0e*s sO.S ..*0.0* SOlo**O'
i Heaelumarters for
Distiller's Pumping
SOutfit.
No plant complete without one.
i *0 Hundreds of em in e in Georgia,
Florida, Alabua, Missisrippi and *
**** *I BSouth Carolina. Write s for partic- '
*-tan I*Mad prices. We also mf-tn.e e
Ein es, Blers aid 1Hig
Gradl Maclinery,
* w ell so aey a full and onplete
E MEMill 011 1P0i0s,. pie
BW Boiler Tubes Et
i Advise your wants.
z W Macon, - Georgia.
****m*:0:***s00. S. .*0..*

Standard Clothing Company


One Price


C. H. Parkei
Viee-Pres.


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BEFORE MAKING YOUR PURCHASE!


-See The-


PLANTERS

"Old Time" Remedies


THE JOY Of THE HOUSEHOLD.


KNIGHT CROCKERY


-And--


FURNITURE COMPANY
JACKSONVILLE, FLA.


DIREJCTOXM:
D. C. Ashley,
G. A. ?eamwe.
Q H.s EDroWn
P. 1L ewek.
.. C- anrd,
hELWem
S,. E. Dma


D. C. ASHLEY. Presimt.
B. W. BLOUNT. ot Vice Preddet
nad Geesl Mlas.se.
G. A. PETITEWAY. hd Vice P-s.
J. M. ASHLEY. 3d Vice Pres.
S. IL BERG. Sec. ad TreM.


PENINSULAR NAVAL STORES CO.
Commission Merchants
and Wholesale Grocers
Receiving Points-Jackonlle, Tampa and Fernadina,
Fla, Savana, Ga.


Capital Stock. $1.000.000.


H. D. WEED.


W. D. KRENSON


J. D. WEED & CO.,


These fow great re-di-, Nuld Tee, BarNiCt, Cubaen RIf -
ad Cuban Oil, are the joy of the hombhold With them nar at hand, a
ma is ready for may emergency. He has a s af, reliable atad peey relief -
for wife, children, self or stoek. With these redies yr e keep the Cu
doctor's hands out of your pocket, and yet have a y, happy famny .Sefw
Beside, you an cure your stoek of any ailment that ay befall them.
IUBIAN TIA-Ia Liqui Paw r lyem-la the great family median.
will ere all forM of Liver ad Kidaey Co-lain-t Pmrawa Chil ad Malarel
Fver. Cures the ommiinoa ailmat of childr; amd an a laative teaoe it s ashrut
an equal-safe ard reliable. I the liquid, it is extremely Fe-tbl_ t r ees ldre
like it-ad it is READY FOR UCR.
BEEDICTA is womew's medicine. It will ee all the disease eaommo to
wmen, and elapsed as Pemale Trobles. It will brig youth beek to the added woams
who haa gone one suffering beeaume she tab gh it womnaM lit. It will ere for the
yong girl just entering womuaUood; and pra rs the young woman ow the e
duties of wife and mother.
CUBAN RLIEF-The instant Paint Killer, for either mea or beast. Riee
aBauntly, Colic, amp, holera Marbus, Diarrhoea, Dystetay ard Siek Bead
for eolie baore it is a infallible remedy and is m d to ive relief g iv
minute
CUBAN OIL-The Beat Jne and Nerve Liaument Is aataepie far e ,w
waged or tora fesh, and will Instatly reliee the pain. Cmree insee i tes at ti
ankd and br, rises s and face, are ad tWnder feas
Relieves rheumatic psia, lame bak, stiff joints, ad in stock aea wire faee emt
ecrateh, thruh, splnt, collar soree, saddle gat, and died a bes.
WaDE n hr Pim.
SPENCER MEDICINE CO.. Chattanooga. Ton



CumER LUMBER CMPAY


JACKSONVILLE. MLA.


Rough -a Dressd Lumbr"

Long Leaf Yellow Pina.
BOXES A"" ORWA


W. L. WILSON,
Pres. & Treas.


JNO. E. HARRIS,
Vice Pres.


G. J. SC@VIL,
Sec'y & 63. war.


Savannah, Georgia

HEADQUARTERS FOR


Florida Cooperage Company


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AfANWVACVrR17aS OF


Hoop Iron, Turpentine Tools,

Batting, Etc.


Turpentine, Cotton


Seed Oil, Dip


and Syrup Barrels.
Office and facry Enterprise and estee Storees.
Telephone 1855 Jacksonville, Fla.


a 'The Actual WVorth


..4


illan Bros.


Of a TURPENTINE STILL is In what it does,
how it does it, and how long It will do It.
The McMILLAN STILL will produce the greatest amount of Pure Spirits
of Turpentine and the highest grade of Rosin from any grade of Crude Tur-
pentine, that it is possible to make, and will last longer under any kind of
use, besides requiring less Wood and consequently less Water than any STILL
ever offered the TURPENTINE PRODUCERS.
THERE IS A REASON, they are built on HONOR, sold on their MERITS,
and fully GUARANTEED, therefore Mr. Turpentine Producer, KNOW THE
STILL YOU PURCHASE, do not experiment, order from the house of EX-
PERIENCE.
Jacks-tville, Fla. Also Fayetteville, N.C. SavausMla, a IRo A


DIRECTORS:
B. W. mount.
B. A. Ca rer,
T. G. Culmleh.
A. S. Peadlesom
B. G. LAlider.
J. DL Ashley.
W. T. a. "Ih .


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Barnes & Jessup Company

Jacksonville. Florida.

Nwvral Stores Factors and Commission
Merchants.

OFFICES.
C. L. IarA.es Preilde1t. J. A. Ewlag. Vice-Prelidat.
E. B. Wells. Secretary and Treasurer.
DIMECTOR.S C. H-B1.arne J. A. Ewing. R. Hu al.
J. L. SliadMTr.. K C. La, W. r. CusI ner, E. B. Wellb. W
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TH= OLDEST WHISKEY HOUSE I
THE SOUTH. (wtabliMio is IUi.)
OLD SHARP WILLIAMS-Pure Fie
Od Rye. By the galm, SLi0; four full
quarts, 0, express red.
GEO. J. o(1LEMAN-Pre Rye; Rich
and Mellow. By the 8Ullo 75; four
full quarts, $3.00, expre preaL
ANVIL RYE--Pmre Suitantia f aily
Whiskey. By the gallm 9i50; four full
quarts M express prepaid.
CLIFFORD RYE-By the galln 82S;
Four full quarts 8.5, express prepamd.
OID KlJ41UUrY CORN-Direet from
Bo ded Warehoe; fae mad eld. By the
gallon $3.00; four full quarts $3.5, press
OLD POINTER CLUB (ORN-Rieh ad
5M.r.lw By the gallU4 p50; four fullquarts $89, express prepaid.
d ir pri 4rt ai etalogue. Mailed free upon application.
ITe Altnmayer Q Flatau Liquor Company
7a0, 72. 724. 736 W. W. y A.' - Jcklonv al., Fria
P. o. ba. lieS. PhMI 314.


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WEST FLYNN HARRIS CO.
OGENAIERAL O w sLEo. amumShe. i
lrjrJ" Wj I nI m iL

NAVAL STORES FACTORS.
"AVAL STORES CXVTD A SAVANNAB, hA, sJAC*3WILVa
LA., AMD PRIWAI*pmA, FLA.

Wholesale Grocers also Dealers in Hay. Grain and Heavy
Harnes.

SOLE AGENTS "o otCabl" luI... 1 sa..-
IERCHrANS WAREHOUSES
SAVAnAH. 6IA. JACKSONILEX, FLA TAPMA, M.A


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WILLIAM A. *OUlR JAUS 0. 0.a-I

WIVLUAM IA BOURS&COMPAN
TIE eIt eTyamME rn MN ll ISM M Ia TI TME n .
Hay, Grab., Feed, &Gmi
Seeds, Pitry Sples, Fmur, -
Grits, Meal ami fertilizers.
OIU RNTTe: recent e Semis.
206 EAST BAY ST.,


'<-L Sterling Silverware --




We have on exhibition a magnificent display of Sterling Siver.
Complete e Table Ser*leP fitted up in various Patterns. The various,
artiaes are so classified that they can be shown without confusion
or loss of time. Each individual piece is clearly displayed. You can
ramsack showcases half a day and not bring to light half as many
varied and attractive pieces as you will see in five minutes time
t-uishig through our complete stock.





Greenleaf & Crosby Company

41 West Bay Street
o,-'W JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.
1 Prices. emablsbede 6 aon .. I s1. a WeaIse.


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