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 Material Information
Title: Weekly industrial record
Portion of title: Industrial record
Physical Description: 19 v. : ill. ; 35 cm.
Language: English
Creator: Turpentine Operators' Association
Publisher: Industrial Record Co.
Place of Publication: Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: July 25, 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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Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
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A Study of the Turpentine L- W
ILXYII Industry by the U. S. 0O0 J
Government.
MUCH PLEASURE IS BEING EXPRESSED BY THE TURPEN-
TINE MEN AT THE ACTION OF THE UNITED STATES FOREST
SERVICE IN ESTABLISHING IN THE YELLOW PINE BELT A
CORPS OF EXPERTS FOR THE STUDY OF THE TURPENTINE
INDUSTRY. THE MACHINERY OF THE UNITED STATES GOV-
SRNMENT WILL BE EMPLOYED IN GIVING THIS SUBJECT
tHE SAME CAREFUL, PAINSTAKING AND EXPERT INVESTI-
GATION THAT HAS BEEN ACCORDED THE FARMING, LIVE-
STOCK, LUMBER AND OTHER GREAT INDUSTRIES OF THE
COUNTRY. EXPERTS ARE ALREADY ON THE GROUND AND
IT WILL BE BUT A SHORT TIME BEFORE THEY WILL BEGIN
THE PUBLICATION OF THE RESULTS OF THEIR INVESTIGA-
TIONS.








ATLAN TIC COOPERAGE


IHAlNOD-MADE


SIm4IRIT HALRRUP -


Telaphom 3444-764.


Our customers say It pays to use Atlantic BErrels."
J. MeN. Wright, Manager. Jacksonville. Fla


Office Consolidated B1oidda.


Atlantic Coast Line R. R.
GOES EVERYWHERE

North, South, East and West
Consult the "Purple Folder."
For detailed information, rates, schedules, reser-
vations, see your nearest ticket agent. Call on or
write to
A. W. FRITOT,
Division Passenger Agent,
FRANK C. BOYLSI ON. Trav. PLas. Agent.
ATLANTIC COAST LINE. Jacksonville. Fla.


E.st Coast Lumber Co.
ROUGH AND DRESSED LONG LEAF
Yellow Pine Lumber

Bundled Rosin Barrel Staves in Carload Lots
Steamer Shipments a Specalty.
WATER-TOWN. FLORIDA


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THE COMMERCIAL BANK
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Brache: Ocala ad Lake City
TIhe largest leading State Bank in Jacksonville. Is erdr-eu in an a-
tasiioned strictly eor .tiUv* mmer and is subject to regulr *a nimatim
by the Comptroller.
a- l...ividual and Saving Aeo~ra solicited.
H. ROBINSON, a ow H. GAIJrAnD,
Premieat. Vice-PradUat. CM


CONSOLIDATED


NAVAL STORES COMPANY.


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

OFFICERS.
WALTER F. COACHMAN, Preideat; D. H. McMILLAN, H. L COVINGTON, JOHN H. POWELL, R. B. POWEIL and W. J. KELLY, Vice President.
J. C LITTLE, Secretary ad Treasurer at Jacksonville; J. Q. HODGES, Assistant Secretary at Savannah; J. K ROZIER, Assistat Secretary at Pesacola.
EXJ L~XIVE. CX)MMITTEE: W. W. Cummer, W. F. Coachman, W. J. Hillman, C. B. Rogers, and A. S Hubbard.
DIRECTORS: W. J. Hillman, W. W. Cummer, D. H. MeMillan, W. F. Coachman, W. C. Powell, H. L Obington, C. B. Rogers, John H. Powal. A. S. Hub-
bard, 8. Alford, C. W. Deen, R. B. Powell, W. J. Kelly.


NAVAL STORES FACTORS


Paid in Capital


Stock, $2,500,000


@ Owned and Controlled by Practical Operators.
The "ConsolIdated" Is purely a co-operative Company. Its Interests are identical with those
S of the Producers.QThe patronage of turpentine operators everywhere Invited,
Two Mllion acres of Land and Timber for sale on easy terms.
Producers ere invited to call or correspond.
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PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. DEVOTED TO NAVAL STORES, LUMBER AND MANUFACTURING INl bui I

4d Sl.- 12.l M2. t d W ~h oMfi C~m e e Turpenhime Op eeAs' Asoacilon as i E 0u Sc-l Orm an aadopied Sep. t. L02. o A au Comweui a a Ou. ei-- Oaaso r. d AGld Arin. Adalpd Sed qI. L03 m o
0l OrXm O .T.p. o i Op r...r' Amomle.. Ado.ile April 27. 3. a OS(ci Or. o de Clea~-Sme Cme Ga.' AMc.ion. Endmos b Gomia Smli As.ci.MliM. O cilo f ko SmMa Ommo AMAeii.

JACKSONVILLE'S MARVELOUS Many Other Attractionsh.sl. -vals. signs. yrup, saddles, stencils, FLORIDA'S HONEY CROP.
GROWTH. lBesides tit. alhove -cores of homes of -Lausage. shingles. statuary. suit cases. Judging from tiht reports sent out from
Ssteallmboats. stilI tanks. stock foods, Southern ( alifornia, the ordinarily ex-
She Holds an Unprecedented Building r ting fro ig Ir l. -scroll work. store fixtures, peluted crop of 4100 ears of honey will be
She Holds an Unprecedented Bildin I it t. a ry lixtre, smoking tobacco, sheet cut down t) t it. n,.ighlbrhood of sixty
Record Dring Past Six Years-Many large number of miagnitivnt bui ,tall work. tar, tile. trunks, tin work, this year. The Ilee Mten, say a Los An-
New Indlstries Are Being Established. bil-ks thai would In- ,reditabhle to any tlurl.ntin.i,, t lobstones, turlpntine stills, geles correslu mp ent of a New York trade
From all sections of the I'nitdl States eity in thie Union. In addition to tie ,in|lrelIs. varnish. vinegar. wood turn- journal "'arte ti against a hard proposi-
great interest is being manifested in .lack- alsove. great indtri and anat i ;Ing. iittltI- tanks iand zinc etchings. tion this year on account of the small
isonvil, w h ng plant. ca n It seen. inl all parts of th. amount of rain which fell during the past
Sw lcitv. PUTTING SAWDUST TO PRACTICAL winter. Wild Ilower-, and more partieu-
than any other city in the ,Suth. Plenty of Amusements. USE. larly the wil sage uiton which the bee
When the regular winter visitors arrive Jack-onvilhl will have a greater hlainm Sa\wdiit is one of ti,- poizzling wastes delwnds for material were lacking in all
during the coming season they will inet on the tourists than e\vr Iwf",ort Itenal ej' iln hiinIlring olteratiiois. The waste is sections of Southern California. from
with improvements appregatilln in cost tlere will lite 11111in more to interest them. -'rious.. too. for the kerf thie part cut Ventura to Sail Diego counties. The
several millions of dollars. Ntw a;iiittt, ient r,-,orts have Ie.n iitlddl out by the %aw il tle mill and trans- usual prices on California honey are 5 and
New industries are constantly Ibeing to aid t.he Ih ial Theatre in eintert aniing fI.rimii.l into siawdulst always bears a 6 cents, but it is t*o early to tell what
established, ani within one bhwk three thle visitor,. rather high ratio to t lie lbards obt ined. the figures will be this year."
ten-story buildings will market former va- I rpheulmi Park, the neiw vatudeville tlw- In -tulting this stiufl. one-fourth of the it is said that the alfalfa does not pro-
cant lots or take the place of former atre on the elorlnor tof )Du\a al anid Main log. uor \eii more, may lie kerf. rookeries in tthe heart of tlhe city. streets. will prove a ipo ular place, as will Eftflor- t tuiir sawdust into pulp for from .age' or honey bloohn. This seems
Holding the record as tlhe cleanest city also thlie Air Ilhnoe theatre. on t lite corner the I paler miill have usually been unsiue- strange to us as the alfalfa in ('olorado
in the Union, .lacksonville is destined to of Main aild A-.ihley street'. Mall 'Page. ce,, .ful oin aticoiint of inet'haniicat dilli- pritodues the lines kind of honey.
become the most iliportant and pIrogres- at Di\ie T'Iheatire. with a lirt-class c41n- tlllties il handling. InI several Eurolwan The Florida Bulletin of the agrieul-
sive city on the South Atlantic coast. paiy. lbeside seven oir eight mtloving pi.- ullntrie-. lihtev\er, a new way has leen tural department in its issue of April ,
The visitors will find next season inag- ture tleaters. will provide aiiiusement for found of turning sawdust to account. The g-s the following report by counties of
listtls theil fOillowFiing1t reVa rrt by counties o:
nificent new blocks and residences which all. In thiis list thel Florida ostrichh Farin -awdIIst. chiefll pine and fir, is ground the ,honev produced in the State:
have been and are being erected t during and Zoo cannot It overlooked, with minllstones, exactly as old-time mills ('ountit. b.
the present summer. 1The marvelous growth of the city late lad' coirnmeal. or wheat or rye flour. aker 2
Points of Interest. ly, its splendidi industries and prolsrty El'll"'siv'e machinery is not required, but Bradford ........................ 40
Some things that c-an Iw pointed out ,evid.c l .n all sid.s cannot fail to ex- it is necessary to take slpcial precaution Irevard r22,40
to the visitors will be as follows: Ten- cit, admiration anId cause mli to make against fires which might start from Lalhoun 36
story building of the Atlantic National investments. sparks between tlhe millstones. Columbia .......... 53i5
Bank, ten-story building of the Commer- l Tlh sawdust flour is sold to the dyna-.............
cial National Bank, ten-story police build- ''Vt wint 'risill- it to ei il l wrilti imite factories to be mixed with nitro- ........... .............
to n. A. Bisle, Masoiic ly itl with a fall festival, which will .v'riie ad forms the Soto ... ........... ............ 58,45-
ing belonging to W. A. Iislbe, Masonic ,. ilv-crine and forms tile body of abs-or-
1'. the iiv-t'ti "*Lhval ........................... 51-
Temple and the Y. M. C. A. buildling, each t'h l.t drawing n i Flor- nt for that high explosive. It is also Ival .......................... 51
tla's history. Eseamrbia- ..........-.........-.. 19,74
seven stories high; Armory, t'ity Hall, in ,l.emand for the manutifacture of cheap nin ........................ 12,0
Clyde docks, St. .lames lot. Seminole Club, A Manufacturing City. letting palrs. The mills in the Har..... ..
GC.aldstlen ......................... 10,
Hogan's ereek Iatw Exchange. artesian Forr years Jacksonville struggled along, Mountains. in fermnany, an important l amilto ...-.....-- -..... 35-
lfaillilt--ll ....................... 354
wells, Germania (lub. Woman's (lubi. growing I'te-mise of its advantageous po- manufacturing center, are kept busy Iilsit" ...----9
Greeley's estate, live alligators, lleninming sition ias thle gatewayay to Florida." but unie't ig this denand.l.. ..... 9
Park, Raspberry Park, view of IaVilla. for a few years past it has grown in in The price of the "flour" in Germany akson ......................... 1,5
Springfield Park, St. Johns river, St. lirtance Itecause of great enterprises and rangies from $7.50 to $12.50 a ton. It is .fTt on ... ......... -
Mary's Hone. Riverside avenue, (liurch Imanufacturing plants. Some of the things shipliel in bags. like meal, or in bales of lfayette ....2(
Club, Avenue of Palms. C'lyde steaniships, now ianufatturedv here. which employs alhitt 40 lcubie feet. made by means of ............................. ,25
.Le m ............................ 10, 8
Jewish Synagogue. City Water Works. an arnly of peoplee. and which adds to high p)resslure. Aon
home of J. E. Cohen, the New Jerusalem. tlie proli'rity of tlih city, are as follows: Levy ............................ ,604
Mount Zion Church, electric light plant. Automobiles, alligator goods, art decora- PROSPERITY RETURNS. Liberty ................... 5,O(
home of Mike Sabll. First lBaptist (Clurch, tions. auttomtolbile tires, boats, boxes, I'nidr the caption of "Back to the Full Maditon ............--.......-- 5
the home of "Old .Joe," h11ome of Charles bricks, Is)iks. blinds., barges. boilers. INinnr Pail and Regular Dividends," a Manate ....................... 12
Blum, Springfield Iloulevard, hoine of ,J. lirbomus, buggies, bltu prints, brass work. pani|phltt describing the present conditions rangt'- ... ........ -............. 10,05
B. Parrott, home of B. F. D)illo,, home of I ottld baker getsk. l odls making lpow- of .capital and lalor as contrasted with Oe ......................... 3,90
C. B. Rogers, homn of T. V. Porter. county del.r. blel'ndil coes, bags and -atks. otoots those of last winter and spring has been asco ....................... ,25
Polk ..................-......... 1I
court house building, nmamnioth new via- and sihoes, blacksmiith work. bililding ma- maihlil broadcast throughout the country .... .. .
St. .hd llhs ....................... 5,031
duct, home of A. (;. Cummier. home of trials. 'ider, crates. cigars, chairs, ctof- by lthe National Prosperity Association. -- -- .-.-. .- -, 5
St. I.U e ....................... 7,51
United States Senator James P. Taliafer- tills, .l otliing, crackers. carriages. cigar- This asstciation was organized in St.
Santa Rosa ..................... 9231
ro, home of W. E. Cutmmer, Florida East ettes, coniierage. cigar lboxes, copllr work. Louis two miontls ago to further the re-
Sumter ........t. ......... 2,21
Coast, Railway bridge. hone of W. W. confectionery. canned meats, cabinet turn of normal business conditions, and Sutr ....................... 2,21
Cummer, First Presbyterian (iurch. tlie work. cotton seedl oil. church fixtures, cot w& responsible for having .Tune 1 named Taylor .............. -..... .
N Volusia ......................... 54,51
government building, home of tlie late ton stel enat. e'arlivinated waters, emnpo as 'iemplloinymet day." when approximate- Vakula -....................... 8,8
Mayor George M. Nolan, home of ex- sition capital-. floors. distilleries, drug ly 15.10 nen were given work. In part Walton ........ .....-...... 2
Mayor 1. E. T. Bowden. home of t x-M;.yor gists' sundries, extracts. excelsior. le- te article says.....................
Duncan U. Fletcher. St. John's E al tricity, engravings, eletrital apparatus. "'Thiry days after we had begun our asino .................... ,5
Church, Bethel Iapttist Cliurch (Itcolredt), filer. furniture, fertilizers. tire birit-k. pga. work the spirit of encouragement had de-
Total Ibs ......................335,70
First Methodist Episcopal ('iurch, aer- rates,r- gra garden vases. harness. handlags. v.lolidi such strength l icaly that between l --
works Park, site of the Svnilth A.\rny iti. ice ertn.all. j.-wlry, at h. leather 17.000 anid 20.000 nn were put to work It will Iw seen from the foregoing tha
,, INoto and \Yolusia produced d about one
Corps (amp site of I.m. tIIt. of .J. J. goos. ladies' tailoring. niantle-. Tmould- in lthe indnt'rih's and commercial establish- thrdto attl Vtheia trheed about one
. third of the honey in that year. Is then
Upchurch, Catholic C(hiurth. Dixieland ings. Imattrer'ses. miioniiut11nts. Illidt seows. ninits (of St. |oiuis and in suburbs. and
Amusement Park. Mid-Winter Exim-ition mortar stains, inarlle. wrks.t mineral wa- ,rders for $.5.106.00 Oworth of goodls to any ra An why other counties in th
building, (;eorge W. (lark building, Elks' ters. newsplal-'r. il painting igs, optital in.reao stocks were given. great orange growing sections should no
give more attention to apiculture?
Club, Buckmnan building. Barnett Nation- golsi, ollit-et fixtures. oeaiti -t teainers. t- lithe re inploy ide' a proved widely in- gie re attention to ltre?
al Bank building, Consolidated Groct y Irie-h feather gootl., paint-, printing. l ur- ftrtions. ('inciniiati, Cleveland, Chicago
Company's building, ])>a-Upchtlurcil finlllr plumbingli p. revisions. iphotographls. ainl Iany .i alletr places took up the prop- Still. 'Mr. Fairbanks is no doubt thank
building, West building, Phoenix Park, picture frames. rooling. ro-in oils, railroad position. adopting dates to suit each com- full that lie will not be put to the trouble
tr. Parkl- tci ,..uar ruliIer statunis rtullxtr sitiecialties. irunit v." of selection material for a cabinet.


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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., Jackseville, Fla.


BIG FISH AND GAME PRESERVE IN
FLORIDA.


s|NIrtsinri, ll i lill- Itll y iln ~ettiljt gt.l
hlluint and lihin grounllllds. ( londitiolns
ar," ilnsatis' factory ill m~iost hl'alities.




rust for lack of ust and;l their dog ;mi(l his
iimast I. 'row s al l fr ;lwant of r.e-reationi.
Tin'he ll ral T solution of I lite pirl'eml
lies ill tilt o,-rga;iiza;ttioil of Illi tinlg t'lulis
;tndl < lit' ll Si ortstlieln nilst ett t o*etlh r. I' litol
a('tion will get for aill that which is ini
Mls.ilblh to tiw iilividllal." states tile At-
I;inta; ( 'otstit ltiot l.
.A orl|irtiiol. iundiil'r theI stylt. of tithe
UIike l,-ion (;;tme aiil d Fish Prteserve.
with its Imainll tlice ;it Ikl.akelill this
St(;at. lhas se iurledI 1h1. x\l .isive Iilliintin
privilege on (6i.041 N mre.s ill the. Illke re-
gitin of P'olk cmoilnity. for ;i terin of tw'li-
ly-tive years. a;nd is estalbli-hiiiln tlit
largest g;tellit' er'.sce'r\ ill tihe Suotu.t.
This s.'ti on has liorte quail. it is'
chaiimtil. thalii .-e'mht lre ill l.he Icountry:
thl'y are ieveryw'vhvr> iln evildele and their
ninitil'r will ii-reas' with |irop)xr Iirot-tt'
tion. l,'s-idlt's i1uail. wildI turkteys. ilte'r
:illn l';ar ;are a;lso foulill I ill harge. 1111inIm rs
ill titl- >ill"'r Ipart of tihe lri'serve.
Thill Isr.,trvl will I"- train iferred t thel
it'w Seminol' 'hmlib now Il'iing organizedtl.
am;i.i will Il. siltl '.ihll-iv.ly i yv i its nmelil-
I.tlrs. A llilce h-lil houst, will I.- iere ill soiin" ilth.iralbl lt'-atioIn iin'ar A.iugrn-



s.olll. oif tlitn mollst piroimilin'et ljitple oif tile
Sontit ndli will I', a strictly first-'hiss
inlsti ittll io. The' l' iim11 wrIlshii is In-'in
liioilithl to W0it). over .1IK0 of whici.h ha- al-
ready :llei i allit'l for.

SHERIFF'S SALE.
n' il'er anil iby virtue of a"n ex'culi ionl
i"li'ed out of allld llll1'r telir sail of Thie
Coi(ntl v (' C rt of riv;lal o nnty. Floridla.
,llII at ti '-tanii jiltigiiidt'nt rlenidered il said
'tiort on thle t;h l day of m.Ily A. ]). IOS.
in tIlhat t'ertatii suit wlwrein' (Clinnl'r
Il.nil'r companyy at corporationi, etc.. is
Ilaiil iir i a l m k. ( '. Shlin.i i ii is dl'fe 'itla:nt.
I lhai' h-viid IIl>imI amil will toftr for salh
and sell to their highest lbidldr for eash,l
l.lor ti court ous atal utU. il Co Illty.
Floridai. on lolnd:ty lilt ;1irl da of AIl-
gus t .A. I). 1908t. during tihe le' 'gal hliours.
of sa.e, tihe following dec-i'rilp'd lro lo w-it.: IIts om- (1). two (f2l. three (;3).
tive (.i). six (li). seven (7). andl eight
(,i ill ItloIk Foirty -veight (48), a 'orlinig
to ital( of s:aiin re'-ord'.l' i P'lilt look 2
ait lpage' 3:7 of thle lubilic records t of said
Dnval Coillity. Floriat. said lots a otve
di,.es-rilxNl rTwing all of said Ihlo-k Forty-
'i hlt iS) -'x-e-i''lt Il t four (4) thrli'rin..
and -Aid prolierty liinii sold to tntisfy
said execiiullto.
R. F. Bowaen,
sherilr Duval Counlty. Florida.
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ACCOUNTANTS.
T. G. Hutehinon, Jacksonville, Fla.
Walter Mueklow, Jaeksomville, Fa.
AXES.&
J. D. Weed & Co, Savannah, Ga.
BANKS.
Commercial Bank, Jacksaovill, Fla.
BEER-WHOLSALJL
Cha'. Blum & Co., Jaeksomilo, as.
oseph Zapf a Co., Jacksovtle. F.
BARREL STAVES
East Coat Lumber o., Watrtowa,
Florida.

BOXES AND CRATES.
Cummer Lnmlnwr Co, Jacksouville, la.
CROCKERY.
Knight Crockery sad F- tmo U,
Jackeouville, Fl.
CLOTHING.
Standard Clothing Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
Stuart-Bernstein Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
COPPER SMITHS
Mcilma Brothers Jacksvill, Sava-
nah and Mobile.
M. A. Baker, Brunswick, Ga.
COOPIRAGK.
1lorida Cooperage o.,Jaekonvill, Fla.
Atlantic Cooperage Co., JacksoBville, Fla.
DRUGS.
Wm. D. Jones. Jacksomvale. P.
DRUGS -WHOLESALE.
Groover-Stewart Drug O, Jaomill

Soother Dr g O, JI askMas 1F
ZNGINS.
Sehofield's Sons Co., J. 8L, Maeon, Ga.
Lombard Irao Works aut Suply 0., Au-

FURNITURE.IL
Kight Crockery and raltma O3.,
Jacknrrville, Fla.
F3RTLEn&

Boaur & Co.. W A., JackMovile, Fla.


,Shofield' Sons o, J. S., Maom., Ga
Lombard Iron Works & Supply OQ, Au-
gota, Ga.
FUNERAL DIRECTORS.
The Chan. A. Clark Co., Jaeksaville, Fla.

GAS
Jaeksonville. Gas Co., Jacksaoville, F.
GENTS' FUINISTW-
Standard Clothi,.- Co.. Jaeksovilke. la.
Stuart-Bernatein C., Jaekaovile, pil.
GROCZRS-WHOLESALE.
Williams Co.. J. P, Savannah. la.
Young C., John B. Sarvanh, Ga.


HATS.
Stuart-Bernstein Co., Jacksouvile, Fa.
HARDWAREL
Tampa Hardware ;., Tma, Fla.
Weed & Co. J. D, Savanah. v (.
HAT AND GRAIN.
Bow s Co.. Win. A., Jaekaenilla, ia.
HATS.
Standard Clothing Co ..Jaekmavil. Fa.
HOOP IRO.
J. D. Weed & (o. Savannah, Ga.
HOTILS
Dural Hotel, Jacksovills, FIL

IRON WORKS
Sehoeld' SoBorm J. ., Mass. la.
JEWELERS.
R. J. Rilea 0 Ja~ ail.s l
Greenleaf & Crosby Co., Jaeka~ s ills, F
Heam & Slager. Jaeksouvills FIL
LU3.
t 8me Imber aO., Wdmt m,
Florida.

LIQUORS.
Blum a& O., csa., Jadksonvfle, Fla.
Altmayer & Flatan Liquor OR, Maeoma
Ga., and Jackarvmlle, Fk.
Joseph Zapf 0t ao, kaoudTil, FL.
MERDICIENR
Spencer Medieas Co, (ittam~, Te-m
MACHINE WORKS.
SchoAeld's 8om C., J. 8., MamNa. O
Lombard Irn Works. Ag sta, a.

MATERIALS FOR uxPn Ausut 1O

Sehoield's Bom Co, J. ., Maeson Oa
METAL WORKERS.
McMlma 1raa C Ja A .igh, 9as-
alh al Maobie.
Baker, M A. Brunswick, Ga., smd P
cola, Fla.

MILL SUPPLIES
SelhoeM's Boa Co., J. ., Mama, Ga.
Weed & Co., J. DX, Savama, Ga.
Lombard Iron Works L Spply Co, Au-
gusta, Ga.
NAVAL STORES
Peni-milal Naval Stnres Ca., Jacksorille
and 'tampa, Fa.
Barnes & Jaemp aio, Jackagedm l Fn.
CoBolidated Naval Stores Co., Jacko-
vill, Fla.
West-Flynn-Harris Co., Jackaori:'e, Ia
Williams Co., J. P., avamash, Ga.
Young Co, John R., Savanna. Ga.
Southern State Naval Sterers O, Saam-
as, Ga.
PLANING MILL.
DTval Planing Mill Co., Jackaomville, Fla.
PHOSPHATE MACHINERY.
Lombard Irn Works A Supply o., An-
a, c


-vWS.
Sehoielrs Sor Co, J. 8. Mas., O.


Atliatle (at IA& i
SAWIJLLS
Lombard Ion Works & Sauply O., A
guta. .

Boers A Ca, Wm. A. JIeNmem4s. i
SHIP TAl&
cmmrr Limber Oa, JefIvI Flk.
SHOES-WHOLBSALI.
Hutchimnon SBho O3., Jaebmena FIL
Jos. RBoeben Soe CO., U Sawa Gs.

SHOES--RTAIL.
Stuart-BerMtela C., Jacksoville, 7Ia.
TANKX
G. M. Davis & SBn, Palktta, F.
Shoield' Som O, J. S, Mae., &.
Prestos Miller 0, (Ckrt Oiy, 711.

rUlasra zams 3AJ3R-1
Atantie Cooperage so., Jakesvill, lk .
Florida Cooperage O3. Jecacmilia, Fl.
ILuKPn.aUm STILL&.
Baker, M. A, Bs6wikIa, 0L a e .I n
eala, Ph.

Savannah ari Meri.

TINMUR LA.WDL
Jaekonrvile Developmm O., Jak.M-
Tin%, Fm .

rfiuridrlms TOOLS
Council Tool I., Jauckaoisl, Fi.
J. D. Weed & O.. Savmana, Ga.
WATCHES
Greenleaf A roaby O., Jakadmvoi, Im
Hem & 8Iger, Jackomuvil, Fi.
R. J. Riles C, Jacksdeo vlM

FELLOW PINK LUIBMR.
Caummer Lmber Co, JaekMovele,
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THE GROOVER-STEWART G CO.

FOIs er EIa eImr-ePRE VER Om o0.
WherleS PDrgs, OAemlies DrOuffst.s Sandrles amwd Comissarjy @cfE
M. Imin u.a FLMW.


Jacksonville and Savannah Comparative Naval Stores Market For Week Ending July 24, 1908.
WITH LAST YEAR'S PRICES FOR REFERENCE.
ROSIN


Jax.
6.45
6.45
5.95
5.45
4.95
4.00
3.70
3.30-3.35
3.25
3.10
2.90
2.75


SATURDAY
1906 Say.
6.45
6.40
1.95
5.45
4.95
4.00
3.70
3.35
3.25
3.10
2.90
2.75


GRADE Jax.
WW .... ............ 6.45-6.50
WG .._...._.... 6.40-6.45
N 5.90
M 5.30
K 4.85
I 3.90
11 3.55-3.65
G 3.25-3.30
F 3.221 -3.25
E 2.95-3.10
D 2.85
BA...................... 2.704-2.,80


MONDAY


GRADE
WW ._.
WGO_
N
M
K
L
H
G
F

D
CBA


Jax.
6.45
6.40
5.90-6.00
5.40-5.55
4.90-5.00
4.00-4.05
3.65-3.70
3.20-3.30
3.20-3.25
3.10
2.85-2.95
2.75-2.80


1908 Say.
6.45
6.40
5.90-5.95
5.40-5.45
4.90-4.95
4.00
3.65-3.70
3.30-3.35
3.20-3.25
3.10
2.85-2.90
Z.i5


GRADE
W W ......................
WG. ..--.................
M ..... ................---..

K ........................
I ................ ...............
If


F ..................... .....
..............................
D
CB A .....................


Jax.
6.40-6.50
6.35-6.45
5.85-5.90
5.30-5.40
4.90
3.940-3.95
3.60
3.204
3.204
2.95-3.0M)
2.85-2.90
2.75-2.804


WEDNESDAY
1908 Say.
6.50
6.45
5.90
5.30-5.35
4.80-4.90
3.90-3.95
3.55-3.60
3.25-3.:;30
3.20-3.25
2.95-3.05
2.S5
2.70-2.75
THURSDAY
1908. Say.
6.45
6.40
5.95
5.45
4.85
3.90
3.50
3.25-3.30
3.20)
2.95
2.85
2.70


GRADE
WW _...... __
WG__-...
N
M
K
I
H
0- -.. __.. .
F
E
D
CBA ...-------


Jax.
6.45-6.50
6.40-6.45
5.90
5.30-5.40
4.85-5.00
3.90-4.00
3.60-3.65
3.221/.-3.30
3.221/.-3.25
3.00-3.05
2.85-2.90
2.70-2.80


TUESDAY
1908. Sav.
6.45
o.40
5.90
5.40
4.90
4.00
3.65


GRADE

WG....................
M
K .. ....................



F
E ............................
D
CBA...........


3.271/.-3.30
3.25
3.10
2.85
2.70


SATURDAY.
Jax. 1908 Sav. Jax. 1907 Sav. Jax.
39 39-39j4 56 n. 41.
WEDNESDAY.


Say Jax 1907
381/A


Naval Stores

ROSIN Receipts.
Jax.
Saturday ...-... 476
Monday 2507
Tuesday 1352
Wednesday ...-......---- 1306
Thursday-.--.- 1263
Friday 1113

SPIRITS TURPENTINE
Saturday ... -...... 147
Monday 767
Tuesday 359
Wednesday.......... 300
Thursday.-........ 422
Friday 331


SPIRITS TURPENTINE
MONDAY.
1908 Sav. Jax. 1907

THURSDAY.
THURSDAY.


Jax.
6.40-4.45
6.35-6.40
5.85-5.95
5.40-5.45
4.85-4.904
3.90
3.50-3.55
3.24- 3.25
3.20
2.90-3.00
2.804-2.85
2.70-2.84


FRIDAY
1908. Sav.
6.40
6.35
5.S5
5.4 I,
4.85-4.90
3.90)
3.50
3.25-3.30
3.17 -3.20
2.90-2.95
2. 84-2.85
2.70


TUESDAY.
Say. Jax. 1908 Sav. Jax.
)f; :S14/ 3FRI:DA
FRIDAY.


Say Jax 1908 Sav Jax 1907 Sav Jax
55/' :37 .--37/ 38 55 i n. d.

Receipts and Shipments Here and in
For Week Ending July 24. 1908.
Sales. Shipments.
Say Jax. Say. Jax.
3717 1269 3405 2:3001
3724 !900 3495 980
4525 2578 404 )3 184 )
2852 482 3582
3622 1614 4021 S871
3326 1424 3389 455


1225
1102
1277
1123
1366
1063


213;

420

550


690
384
368
977
949
488


150
52(4

14K0
1:1()1
1310
867


1908 Sav Jax
37 :'- 4


1907 Say.



1907 Sav
55n1


Savannah


Sav.
43169
1271

44 )IS
40f6
5)72


3758
991
165

20o
422


Jax.
614302
6247s
(; 10! ).





1041 24
44 ( 21
40216S
44M;27
40S27
:'.39939


Stock.


GRADE
WW-_...--
WG
N
M
K
I
HI
G
P
R
D
CBA....-.


Jax 1908
n. d.


Say
124055
126i50ts
129735
1341602
134818
137572


40777
40SSS
124 it k
42141;
44162
448:03


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8 THE WEEKLY INDUSTRIAL RECORD.


INDUSTRIAL RECORD THE SOUTH'S INCOME.
JAMES A. HOLLOMON. Eo14Cie The figures pren-ented in the last issue
A. H. MARSH. BUmiastem er
R T. ARNOLD, Advertl M of The Tradesman as the value of tile
Publishedll Eve SA.turdy. products of the South. and whiieh form
Agta EI )....Pr .n.. Am the largest source of its income, were in
"The PI Oe nd It Produas." tlhe nature of a great revelation to tlit
AI amm inerk em be ajdgaa entire world.
The Industrial Record Company. It has li.en within the memory of thou-
Jlckd onvlll. L ,
Joiaeraonvllet F.I rsanls now living. and who ihave lien ae
Savaru nas Ga ti. five lrtieipants in the work which has
tarred at the Poatolee at Jackmonvie. Fla.. brought t-ese results, when tl e South
eooood-clam matter
ass -lasmatter was largely agricultural and from which
Adopted by the Executivn Cmamftt ofI l sre Ef i '
te Tnrpemtime Operatoru A otie as rived its plrin'ilmil snree of inu(. -.
BSptieber 1, 19W, a its exellive of-i hut ia nulfa.t uirers have rapidly changed
d1 oe Adopted in mial eamo loha onitions and their increase lha
September 11 as the orgma alo of the g~m-
ami moatio. ih een so great that they now stand at tint
Adopted April 7th, 1903, as the odicial head of all other source. of this section's
orgae of the laterstate ase Growers' A .in.ne, with pissibilities almost unlim-
Goeiatiom. Adopted September 11, 19MB, i t I ., ,."
the only offil orcan the T. 0. a. ital for the future in that lir"ctieon.
Caenmeded to lumber people by apedl \While manufacturers have thus ad
resolution adopted by the Georgia Sawmmil vanlele agriculture has not stood still. lilt
AeotiotaS. hats sho.own a higher |iercentate of imnreua-.
TK .Imcons OI E .C.. I than alt y ot' her portion of th.le country., ag-
The nl-ia-e pleat an te -- -gregatting nearly three hundreds l'r vcent.
Se of the Idwatrial Record O(mpty in tilte S-Iouth as again-t only ninety seven
are located at the aterseeti of Bay and p er cent for tl.e remainder of the eI.un
Newaa Streets, Ja cksoeille, h., is the try.
very het of the ra ttpoutiz ad "llt thei total income of tlhe SoItlh from
yellow pi industries.
The S Gar h ,0 l o i i til Bord all soiurcese now allproximate.s ,.'7.iMI.(INM.
of Trade B3aldg. Saveuish is the lead- Oi) aiinuall.y which is al.tit six liar *-int.
Dt Open s to nwk4 the world. f tihe report.et wealth of thie whole coun
NOTIC TO PA2TOi S. i try anid twentlt- vli\ve l"'r cent. ,ni its II
All Uay at for avertag in the I- wealth. A. l-u.,ple that are reaping 1 an an-
jlatrial Record sa =bL tnie therte unal return of twenty-live l'-r cent. on all
ast he madr direct to the hean- oi i tlihir uwalth. certainly are to l-i conrat-
Jackati vile. Ageats ane t tewd to ulated for it is intleed a most wonde.lrfll
m C.c 1111116111! May dr t showing. aonea that is without. Iparallel in
il. for advertiing ad ml ripties anm
ient out frio the hes --ele wthLm 4& tilh worll's history. It is ipos.ilble. how\-
sad all remittanfcs m t be made direct everr. to increase that income iniluh mnore
to this cempay. rapidly within thilt next live years tlhani
!a&uetl Neta"r lIa~oi Ce. Oii*'uulrrei in doblllel that liwriled at anyI
time in the past. We would not lie sir-
WOODSIMA KILLED.
WOODSAN KILLED. i-l to final in 1910 that the annllual iam-
(ainesville, .July 22.-Information calnle of the S1,ith had ri.en to .l(.NI11.-
reached this city at a late hour last. night fo.4uMI. for the lpossiiliities are ample to
to the etret that II. It. Quarternian. a jlustify suclh a return.
woodsman in t.h employ of C. F. Dhlmn- Inll lain vaialles alone t here is room for
ham, saw mill operator at Paradise, five very great addition to the l Mrmanient
miles north of (:ainesville, met a suddet n wealth of tile Saonth and that is the olue
anl horrible death, caused by the falling isourne. to which t liI energies of our I..o-
of a limb. The victim was standingg di- lilt. -lou l IN- most strongly dir-ctetd. for
rectly underneath the limb and it struck it is true that tlhe soil forms tlhe lsis ,of
him squnarely on tlhe head. killing him in- practiealIy all wealth and from which it
stantly Itefore the eyes of a numl-r of iwas originally productl. Then there
companions in the forest. The sight was wouhl comea from a lproelrly o-rganizm.l
a ghastly one, the limnl fracturing his and dlirecte-d mnovenment in behalf oef
skull to such an extent that the brains Southern land values.. till other tdditionti
oo0zed out freely. of greater value. such as would give i new
The accident occurred in a rather we- inmlt -us to ianulfactulre and largely adl-
culiar way, according to the story as it d inc in in tie field of agrietilture and
was related here. The choplers had just comminnerce.
felled a tree, and a liim which had wehn It will I- apparent. therefore, to any
severed in the operation was lodged in thogllhtfll citizen,. that what we hlanv\
another tree unnoticedl. In a moment elaininml as lyiilg inmmen'diately liafore tiat,
more the accident oltcurred which eost S.Kouth ii no t in tith least. slucmilative or
the unfortunate iman his life. lhased on theory, but rather (comes from
Mr. Quarterman was 5. years of age. a -lear insight into what it l"ossesses andl
but a man reinarkaly well preservedl, and the. natuir:l ri-etrns that may justly l I
would have lenII taken for a man a dozen expected therefrom.
years younger. He was a. etive of (Geor- 'T'lhese are heritages of glory for a great
gia. and has only been n n ne employ of people. a people trained through the di-ei-
Mr. Dunham for a few months. le was line of adversity to properly value the.n.
regarded as an exceptionally tcompetent and more and more dol we feel that tile
wo osman, and proved a very valuable Soath is conling into its own wlich will
man. Tile deceasedi is survived by eight place it in the lead for thle grander
sons. thlee of whom are employed in tilt aehievetmeants of our nation in tiht inter-
Dunham mill. The twldy was shipped to ests of mankind. Tihe Tradlesman ((Chat
Waverly. (Ga., aecon manied by the three tanaooga).
sons, where the interment will he nekl. -
Mr. Durham. as well as all the man's Perhaps it was just a-, well to pardon
associates at Paradise. are deeply grievedl Caleh Powers. The people of Kentnucky
at this sad misfortune, as Mr. Quarter- were getting tirtnl of theil anillmsellint of
man was qdite popular with all. trying him anyhow.


INLET WATERWAY LOOKING SOUTH-
WARD.

Natural Route Part of Way to Florida,
Which Only Requires Deepening.
Thousands of Iills uiur in on every
-,ide at eacht se-ion of Ct'ongress, anid
lillon g thelin art ;I few measures that
look well into ti.e future. Congressman
.Joln II. Small of North (arolina has not
only given attention to the hcal inter-
est t,f his constituents and, to general
legiainatin. buot his great est public ser-
vice hat.is onsiitedi in directing public at-
tention Ito the iiiiprove'nnt of the water-
;wau s ot le countii ry. Beginning in l.f.),
when le tirst entered congress, hle legan
Ito -oceintlle ratie Iulih of his time 1lumn
tlhi- subject. lie Inadle occasional talks
ill the Holtuse of liepresentative,.: he ap-
lieare'd before committee.-; he visited tlhe
-. ;mll;.lard it i I e'tweenl Itlltilllore ailll
.iacks-,onville: lhe fiirni.shedl material to the
prie-. aindl cont-rilbiluted to the llagazines.
Ih, c-nteni dl tI hat no substantial pro-
gre-ss cioul le made in tile improvement.
of our uaterwayt' which did not em-
hrav.e tlhe entire i country and contemplate
tie.' ,waterw'avy ofi all sec-tions. Natural-
ly. most of his attention was directed to
ie .r 'onltl rlutioTn aind improving of theT
ct iiii of waterway-, from lB ,ton tot Flor-
iila. Ilht there is ,inet particular link in
tIhat chain whiic hlie coniiideretl of ipara-
niil int imilportance. That \waas tlie link
ext.iending fromn Ii healw.ake bay on the
north. aid I hence soluthwardly through
ti-e s lounds and rivers of Ea.stern North
( arolina. :and 'entering the oveaan again mat
lie.aifort inlet. North ('arolina. This lpro-
itelte- rol.ill will avoid lthe dangers of
('aie. llattera, and ( ape lookout. pro'b-
ably tile most dangerous points on ouri
.\llait ti- (Coaslt and will also remove tlhe
present learriers whlihel restrict the water
trallic to eastern Naor Carolina. Tho-e
ae'rsonsl who have made a coastwise trip
will never forget roundillg Ca('a Hlatt er-
a;I. anii1 will aelcomeio a roiite avoiding
iamomind Shioals and (apel LookoTut. iThe
most dangerous point along the coast is
"I ape lailte'ras. and is retarding the coeatst-
%wise trallic from North to South. The
removal of this danger would give a great
impetus to co-astwise trade, and a'celer-
ate this class of tratlic, for a large volume
of hnilkvy merchandise would then seek
thii rout e. Navigation south of ]teaiu-
fort inlet is comparatively safe.
This pIroject. known a.s the Norfolk-
I''alifort inlet wraterway has received tihe
'entill'iatic endorsement of a large nuiln-
Iter oit coiimmerlial organizations between
Italtiimore and .Jacksonville. _A special
Ilraerd of l'nited States army engineers
e-simiat lIe favorably all'teitl each year by this
wati.r-tamy a mounted tio .1.1040O.4 ton'-.
atnd that tet, anniial savings from its
construation would alimount to at least
.i4i41M.iMN. It is Iprolear to say that the
commercial organiii.zations referred to es-
timate that thlie aioiunt of tratlie and the
anntial saving-. would e w very much
larger.
The firit link in til- chain of water-
a;I'ys along the .tlailih sealioardl is the
pro|-oseil -ainal aros Cl ('aCp ('od. The
.second-1 is ;i a-lI.al ae'o--s the State of New
.Jersey. coiine ware river. Tihe third is a ,anal connect-
ing IDelaware river with (C'hesapeake bay.
and ai recent commission recommendi-all


ilthe pIure'ihse aind enlargement of the
lpre-nt aillual pI tlie lniited States. The
ne-xt link is the Norfolk- Beaufort inlet


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CLOTHES.

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SPECIALTY


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%waterway. The next is the extension
froim Iieanfort inlet to Winyah bay on
tihe -oast of S,,uth Carolina. From this
latter paint there is a natural route to
.Iaeks onville. Fla.. which only requires
ldeepeniing. The ultimate purpFose is to
romplertte the link through Florida to Key
West.

PUSHING WORK ON CANAL CON-
STRUCTION.
St. Augustine. .July 22.-The officials of
tihe Florida C('oast line Canal and Trans-
lorltation C.mlpany are pushing the work
of constructing tie last stretch of the
canal between St. Augu-tine and Jack-
-onville with all possible speed.
A c onsignmenti of poIwerful machinery
has just arrived in Jacksonville to be
ustied on tlhe work of straightening Pablo
'reek on tinh north enil of the canal. This
machinery will Ih installed on a large
Iharge. and then used as a floating ma-
'line. instead of a land machine. When
it is tully rigged out for hard work it
will lIN towel to the head of Pablo Creek,
andl tlhe construction work from the Jack-
sonville enl conmmeneed. This machine
will IM- isel mainly in streightening out
I'able Cr'eek, and will he in operation
within thirty days.
The nrelge hnot ,Soth Carolina. which
is still in this port. is having her heavy
machlinery installed ant, is being otherwise
inilpro.-,l for mnore powerful work. It is
exl-ctead that the improvements now in
progress on tlhe Snth (Crolina will be
compllleteld this week. after which she will
Ihe to-wcl to the head of North river to
colnimeniell tle- dredging where excavations
are iio\% in progress.
\\hen tih-se two machines are on the
.ground and at work, the canal company
will have tive l.owerful dredge, awd ex-
<-avators at. work cutting the final see-
tion of tihe famous East Coast canal.
This demonstrates that no time is to be
lot in -conpleting this great inland wa-
terway along the entire East Coelt of
Florida.








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PERSONALS.
Mr. D. C. Ashley, of Valdosta. president
of the Peninsular Naval Stores ('o., is a
visitor to Jacksonville.

Col. R. F. Rogers, a leading naval stores
dealer of Oeala, is a Jacksonville visitor.

Mrs. T. H. Jarman. wife of Dr. Jarman.
a prominent naval stores operator of
Bostwick, is in Jacksonville on a pleasure
visit.

Mr. Charles Eddy. a prominent naval
stores operator of Orange Heights, is at
the Aragon, accompanied by his wife and
daughter, Miss Minnie FAIdy. Mis- Eddy
recently_ graduated from college with
highest honors.

Messrs. S. T. Grimshaw and E. P. Wing.
well-known turpentine operators and 0. M.
Lewis and Tom McRae. leading merchants
of Live Oak. number among visitors to
Jacksonville.

Mr. Clarence Camp. of the Camp Phos-
phate Co., of Ocala, was a prominent Jack-
sonville visitor during the week.
Mr. D. C. Mallory, a popular and suc-
eessful operator of Perry. was circulating
among the Jacksonville public during the
week. He was here on a mission of lusi-


.NEW EVERGLADES SUGAR CANE
PROJECT.
Developments in the cane sugar pro-
ject being launched by R P. .Davis aml
J. R. MeKinnie. of Colorado Springs, are
being watched with keen interest by many
local citizens. Messrs. Davis & McKin-
nie recently embarked in one of the larg-
est undertakings for the reclamation of
the Everglade lands of Florida on record.
and from indications the project will be
made a success.
A tract of land embracing 30,000 acres.
has been purchased from the State of
Florida, and is located in Dade county.
near Miami.
The purpose of the purchase of this
land is to reclaim the land and raise cane
for sugar thereon. It has leen demon-
strated that the reclaimed land from the
Everglades have all the qualities of soil
for good sugar cane land. and an at-
tempt will also be made to raise cotton
and other products.
A sugar mill costing $50.0000 will be
erected for the grinding of sugar, canals
will be dug for the purpose of draining
the water, the improvements started that
will cost in the neighlorhool of $1.000.
000.
The promoters will soon return to Flor-
ida- to take up the actual work of pre-
paring for a crop of cane.


LAND SCRIP FOR SALE.


si-ttlenienIt.li


* 7-5T'i2t


Albert W. Gilchrist,
Punta Gorda, Fla.


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A very rare article anow. and seldilo
fond. Having >urelias el a large
quantity in bonded wareholises before
ipdohibition we t into effect in the
State of (teorgia. and gauging same,
wP. will o(fc.r to the plililic a pure old
( orn Whiskey which we guarantee
under tli pure food laws of the na-
tional ;i- well as the State govern-
ment. No inei can oiier for sale any
goi s unIder penalty lof thie law unle,
same is hitli tide 1nor can tllhe IN
mislranledll hence. yiu are not tak-
ing any dlnrles in thei aoive, h-ing
strict I) als v eir.-.ienlted.
Four ,ll. arts .... .. k3.75
(hin ga llllo jnlg. ....... :.:2
All express s i.carges Iprepoali.
\e' liai leh ;il Ilie anid Bniirl. n W\'hiiskis. Coins.
Apple and Ieaeli Itranidli -. Sendl for
Sur pri ce list andl ata logue. Mailil
fre-e lmon ap:liatioii.
The Altmayer & Flatau Liquor Co.
72> 722-2 724 -7;I W-t liay St ree.t,
hlaeksomn ill,-. Fi;%.


SJOS. ROSENHEIM SHOE CO.
MANVACTVAERS AMD JOBBERS OF


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"Best Shoes Made for Comnsssmrv Trade." I
$89104909188 see Bossesmmmsu m Mmm 91188896


Their Expletives.
Tlih A.\-cmiintant -Twenty-three!
Thime I.imnlriman-Skidlos!
The \Ad lrtise'r Coiii ('ome!
The lI:-elorter lIc-ar It!
The Musician-Fiddlesticks!
The Y',ellow .ournalist-lhorrors!
T1li ( 'infeetionmr- Finidge!
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WANTED
AND

FOR SALE
Rate for this column in 2 eint per woe
for fr insertion amd 1 et pr word fr
following insertio No advertisimet
taken for les than 40o asts for Ert, arl
20 eents for following inmartiosa. c
must accompany orders imiAn yn lavs
an aeecout with us.

Plank's Chill Tonic is guaranteed to
cure chills, fever, colds, Ia grippe. 25c."

WANTED-A turpentine place or loca-
tion. Parties answering furnish schedule,
price and where located. W. B. Young,
MeHenry, Min. 6-2-08
Record.

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

FOR SALI-8mal turpentine plaes for
cash. Price $00.00. Good balking. Ad-
dress Operator, are ladustrial Record. t


WANTED-All eomms arlu to dea up
their liarn of all kinds of sed emek and
burlaps. We buy everything in the way
of oaeks. Write us. Ameriea Fibre CO,
Jacksonville. Fla.

\\'.\NTII A Florida grove. Aml ready
,to lauy the itet bargain offered. What
hlive. von.t Il)scsrilie fully what property
consists of. location and lowest price. Also
last season's yield. Vandeventer, 552 W.
.2 St., New York City. 7 18-3t


OUGHT SAW MILLS

Lat ar Siigle NacbiNs


Saws and Svippiles,

Steam and Gasoline


Pngines


Try


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Posphate Machinery
Casting and Dryers





WHISKIES
GINS AND RUMS


$1.50to$5.00 per Gallon


......AGB NCY FOR......


Lewis 1866 and Mount Vernon
Pure Rye Whskies.

ontrollers Blum's Moogm ad Sylvan
Rye-Agents for Juant CiMH-c a-d
Pabst Milwaukee Been. pria a
pfieafot

CHAS. BLUM A CO.
517 a.nd 519 WEST BAY STREET
JACISONVILU FLA.









8 THE WEEKLY INDUSTRIAL RECORD.


NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
LETTERS PATENT.
_yt;_e is heretby Aiven that the under-
signed will apply to the Honorable Na-
poleon B. Broward, governorr of the State
of Florida. on the 25th day of August, A.
D. 190M, for letters patent incorporating
the Cleaveland Improvement companyy un-
der the following lroposel charter, origi
nal of which is now on file in the oflice of
the Secretary of State of trhe State of
Florida.
.I. A. Cranrora.
D. M. Flynn.
WV. W'. Cleaveland.
W. C. Powell,
John 11. Powell,
James iloyall.
The undersigned hereby associate thenm-
selves together for the purpose of l-eionl-
ing incorporated and forming a corpora-
tion under and by virtue of the laws of
the State of Florida, with andl under tile
following prowosedl charter:
I.
The name of this corporation shall be
the Cleaveland Improvement Company,
and its business shall be conducted in the
State of Florida. in other States of tlie
United Statte of America, and in foreign
countries wherever necessary or cofnven-
ient. The principal office of said corpor-
ation shall be in the city of .Jacksonville.
County of Duval, State of Florida.
II.
The general nature of the business lto
be conducted by said corporation shall be
to acquire, own, use, improve, sell, mort-
gage, pledge and lease lands and real es-
tate, and to sub-divide and plat the same
into lots, plots, or tracts, for building.
farming, agricultural or trucking pur-
poses, or for the purpose of a cenentery
or burial ground, and to sell, lease or
otherwise dispose of said lots, plots or
tracts, and to generally deal in real es-
tate on its own account, including the
erection of dwellings and other houses or
buildings on the lands owned. leased or
controlled by said corporation, and selling.
leasing, renting, mortgaging and other-
wise dealing in the sane., and to act as
broker, factor or agent for others in tlhe
purchase, sale, management. control and
disposition of real estate and in the loan-
ing of money on the security of mort-
gages and other pledges on real estate; to
engage in the business of mining phos-
phate, coal, iron. stone, or other minerals
or ores, and to extract or otherwise re-
move from any lands owned or controlled
by said corporation oil andi gas and toi
those ends to own, maintain and operate
mills, smelteries and refineries, wells.
stills, tanks, storage facilities, and other
devices or facilities needful for the manu-
facture and traffic in said materials; to
cut, dip. scrape, box, or otherwise work or
use for the purpose of extracting crude
turpentine and rosin the tintli'r on any
lands owned or controlled by the said or
portion, and manufacture said crude
material into spirits and other naval
stores, and to sell or otherwise deal in said
crude material or naval stores, and to cut.
work or otherwise use for the purlipse of
manufacturing lumber the timber on any
of the lands owned or controlled by said
corporation. and to manufacture the same
into lumber and to sell or otherwise deal
in the said timber, lumler. and products
thereof, and to those ends to own, main-
tain and operate stills, refineries. saw
mills and other manufacturing devices asit
facilities; to develop. cultivate. or other-


wise use. for agiiritcllnr;il, trnucking or lhor-
t.ielultril lprlM.ses any of the lands owned
or -ont rolled lby said corlporatioin. and
gIinerally deal in fruits. nuts. agrimil-
tural or hortiunltural Iproti s--: to buly
:and sell loth at whlolesail and retail. andi
otil'rwi'-' deil and trallic in grTocerieis, dry-
gi.lt hard ware'. all kinds of nierchan-
tdisj, fertilizers. brick. lime. st one, and
liuiling iinlil >liiumliing materials eof all
kinds: tll do ill a aets or things which -Ii m
It I*ei'ssary o r i ol invenitnt in til, conduct
of any of tin' libsin'sser herring named.
including tihe w'a ltion of luinliings. owin-
ershipi of livi sto'k. luiilding. Iuiying, sell-
ing. leasing. Inmnagiiing. owning. hiri;n anil
ol"ratiilng vIssrl .. tramIways, railway: .
dredges. light er.. engines. ears, or other
vehicle. ohr means of transportation. for
tile ariiariage anil t ran lisMirtation of all
plI-O|irt y or prxliicts li<-hll. controlled.
owniiil or manuiifatreuedi by the said c-or-
|ilration in colnnilection with thlie lisiness
of t li, said c4lorl irition. loit not to iuse
tili samille for tlhe lllloNse of losing the,
lisit -sw,- of Ia oninio in carrier: to snlb-
scrilmi for. pllwlitcasel. re-eive own. holdl for
investiit-lti or sell. dlis|losl o(f land maker
adlvance~'s Iiponi. stocks. shar's. l)lIlI eirities or obligations of other corliora-
tion.s w\lher,\er ihwated or organizeil. en-
igagei l in or ulirsuing any one or niore of
thil kilids lof nisiness, pliurliises. objects. or
eir ori'ations indlie(ted herein, or of alny
,if1or1 action liolding or owniing sto ks5 or
obligations of any slclh corpolration, anil
whih, Ile t lie older or owner oif any such
sto-k. liild- (or obligations. to xer'cis*v
all th- riglits, lowrs and privileges of
owierlshill tllreof. andl to exercise all an 114
any 'votin ltiowlers tllherelof: to ailvailic
anil li'nd Ile oney I uI|on iecirities of lands.
rTips. Ieirs lonal pro.lwrt y or clnrninrciia
plailer: to invest any' funds which mayv
colie into the treasury of the eI orporation
and which nia lie ownei.d by the inorpoira-
Iion alitlpleasure and in snuch manner as
Imay If' lprovideil liy the Ily-Laws; to >Ir
iow money and secure tihe samen. andl
oniony- otiherwise oiwin lby tihl saiI t cor-
plration. bly inolrt gages. dee'ls. liMinds.
not eviv li ayiiint for falpiltal stwlok suibscrill d
for in imoiir y oir in lprolN'rt v. laiir or ser-
vices. it a just vuination thereof, in the
discretion or indgnment of the Ihoard of
Direvtors: to inak elontracts of any kind
whlatsof-ver for tiht furtlheranine of its pir-
loose, or liines-. tli havel a lien upoin all
theli sliares of any stockliolder who may
IMeonfie indeitilte to this i wloriationi either
indi\ ideally or as coi partner, surety or
otherwise. \ith tlhe right to sell or dis-
ls54 of s.aid stock. or suchll portion thert'of
asi may I* nlie-,ssary to iaiy ,ITr said in-
dlel-itdline at 4 -ither lubilifc or private sale.
anil uli.on 1suh notice** aind ternis as tlti
loard of l)irctlor's iiay prescrilw. and with
the further right to refuse to transfer
sil'li dit'ldliness lias ItM,1 n411 id-: to 1ak11ke silch
hy-ilaw- in furthli nl'ee eis(e and ien.joy all the right, s llowrs and
privilege. incident to orlporation-i for
prolil orgaltniz id iindrlr 1and I virtue of
their law's of thli Stat of Florida.
Ill.
Tlie anilont of the capital stock of this
cirior Nation shall Io. Fifty Tihousand llol
lars (i.il .llll. to IM dlivihll'd into live
hundred sliars o f tihe iar value of One
Ilundrrld Dollars |IIlnl.MI1 N a<-h. Ten iMr
ie'nt. of said capital stick shall bI sllI-
-eriltotl for and ipaid in it-fore said ei r[lMr-
ation sliall transact atnv businUs.t.


IV.
The tern for whiclt said corporation
sliall exist shall Iem ninety-nine years.
V.
The business of said corporation shall
itw ull.t04l lby tlhe following oilflers: a
president. ai vi'ce-pre'sildent, a secretary. a
trla-uIIrer. aind la i lard oif not less than
three nor inore than thirteen directors.
iThie ofif-ive of secretary and treasurer Inmay
IM' h1e4. byi. the a41n1e inprson. The Boardl
of l)irectiors n111 m apIIint subordinate of-
licers of said corlloration having such llpW-
ers. iluties a1nd termsi of police as may be
provide by the l y-liaws. The directors
sliall Iw elected by the t stockholders at
each alnnuatl meeting; all otiier ollicers of
thile icorlration lilall li elete sl annually
liy tile directors. The date of the annual
meeting of thil ciorpofration shall be held
onii thie firt Tulesday of Septemilwer of each
year. T'he stockholdlers shall meet onl
\Wedneslllh*y tlhei second day of ,Spltenmlwr.
liMS. lsbing the first anlnalll nieting. lIt
tile, oli.es4 of the eorlPoration in tlie cit
of .lacksonville. Florida. at ten o'clock A.
.X.. for tlie lpuri'ise oif adopting by-laws.
holding first. election of officers and coinm


pleting the organization of the corpora-
tioni. Until the offers elected at the
first election shall be qualified, the busi-
iiess of this coirlpration shall be conducted
by tlihe following officeers: J. A. Cran-
ford. President: 1). M. Flynn. Vice-Pres-
identt; \. W. (leaveland, Secretary and
Treasurer. and J. A. Cranford. D. M.
Flynn. W. W. (leaveland. W. C. Powell,
John ('. Powell, John H. Powell, and
.ame,.s Royall. Directors.
V1.
The highest amount of indebtedness or
liability to which this corporation shall
at any time subject itself shall be twice
the amount of the authorized capital
stock.
VII.
The names and residences of the sub-
se-rihing stockholders of this corporation,
together with the amount of capital stock
subiscrilM'd for by each, are as follows: J.
A. Cranford, .Jacksonville. Florida, twen-
ty tivie (2.) shares D. M. Flynn, Jack-
s.onville. Florida, forty (40) shares; W.
V. (leaveland, Jacksonville, Florida,
forty (40) shares: W. C. Powell, Jackson-
ville, Florida, fifty (50) shares; John C.


1111&-l+ i 4- L.-z #144-444-4i-V Btt-t 1 a a 1 9a
me


o NAVAL STORES PRINTING m


We operate one of the larg- m,
eest and best equipped print-
Sing plants in Florida. We
make a specialty of naval 0
stores printing commis- 06
sary checks, letter heads, .
envelopes, bill heads, and *
statements, etc., etc. Send
e us your copy and specify as
nearly as possible the style =*
em printingyou want. We will
Submit proof, sample of pa-
Sper and prices BEFORE
PRINTING. If not satis-
factory, we will make de-
sired changes, or will can-
cel the order without any
cost to you. If you are in a
+ rush for the printing and
Swill leave the e work to our
+judgment, we believe that 4
+ we will please you. Or, if 4
+ you are satisfied with your me
+A present stationery, send us
114 sample of same and we will
duplicate as nearly as pos-
sible. 4.
^ We sell letter heads from
-w $2.35 per thousand up.
SEnvelopes from $1.75 per 4
^ thousand up. If we are >
+ not already doing yonr 4
-4 Printing, give us a trial
-* order. Samples submitted
88 upon request.

INDUSTRIAL RECORD CO.,
J O ,
24* JACKSONVILLE. FLA. me



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THE WEEKLY INDUSTRIAL RECORD. 9
Capital $20000
HUTCHINSON SHOE COMPANY
VICTOR SHOES AND HATS
Wholesale Jacksonville, Fla"


Powell, Jacksonville. Florida, twenty-five
(25) shares; John H. Powell, Jacksonville.
Florida, ten (10) shares; James Royall,
Jacksonville, Florida, ten (10) shares.
J. A. Cranford.
D. M. Flynn,
W. W. Cleaveland.
John II. Powell,
W. C. Powell,
James Royall.
State of Florida,
County of Duval.-SS.
Personally appeared before me J. A.
Cranford, D. M Flynn. W. W. (leveland.
John H. Powell, W. C. Powell, and James
Royall, each of whom are well known to
me to be the individuals described in and
who subscribed and executed the forego
ing charter, and severally acknowledged
that they executed the same for the pur-
poses therein expressed.
In Witness Whereof I have hereunto
set my hand and official seal, in the city
of Jacksonville, County of Duval. State
of Florida, this 21st day of .July, A. D.
190&
Ida L Morris,
Notary Public for the State of Florida at
Large. My Commission expires May
19th, 1911. July 225-5t.

All He Left.
A man from Kansas City recently wrote
to a lawyer in another town of the State
asking for information tinuching the
standing of a person there, who had owed
the Kansas City individual a considera-
ble sum of money for a long time.
"What property has he that I can at-
tach?" was one of the questions asked.
The lawyer'. reply was one to the
point. "The person to whom you refer,"
he wrote, "died a year ago. He has left
nothing subject to attachment except a
widow."-Bellman.


Co


Cook If not.
Why not?
WITH
SJACKSOVILL E
GaS 6AS COMPuA


Cypress Tanks
For All Purposes
BEST MADE
Write for Cateof.e

Preston Miller Co.


Deot. B


Crescent City, Fla


7-
CHAS. A. CLARK, In.

hone 16. Jackonvlle. a
ne. 186. Jacksonville. Fla.


Duval Planing Mill


Co.


Seventh a ld alrdAve. Jacksa ie Fla
Builders ad Contractors Will Do Wel t
Have Us Bid ea Their Work
in our Le.
Phlme 74W


Walter Mucklow,
CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUrTAIT,
Roe, 46-47-48 mutual Life BMg
CTelpke TeA
JACKSONVILL. rLA.


Faultless Chip Skimmer
The I lst skimlliir made,. il improving
every -hlarge., mIlakilng IK-tter rosin and
whiiter spirits. Now re-aly for delivery at
..l.liiI *,al.h. Order ;it oniiil through your
factor. (i uara;nltld! to pay for itself on the
first large you use. it.
FAULTLESS SKIMMER COMPANY,
Columlbus. (.a.


Wholoeae Dealem la ad BotaUls c
AN HEUSER- BUSCH
St. Louis Lager Beer


Lipos, Wils, NMral Waitrs
Write for Price


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


Your Profit!


epends 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 be on the safe side,
you must operate a

Baker Improved Still
For it is the only still that has stood the test and been on the Market for over
Fifty Years amn today has more users than ever. Our Stills with their
11E.AVY lottinoms slnd thick sides, with our LARGE Worms, made from the
\ery Ims.t grade of copper have nio eulial. Write or wire us for anything that
llou need in the Still line, and you will g-t the BEST at a reasonable Price.
W\\hen in need of any repair work, RlMEM.tEIER we have the Best still repair-


Metropolis


er. in the eountr

"If You I


y.a

Ion't Buy a Baker Still We Beth Lose."


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 $2.50so 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.

TI-I[ DUVAL Jacksonville,,

THE DUVALFlorida.
This Hotel has recently changed hands, and is under New Management
Throughly Renovated Throughout
fHeadquarters for Turpentine Operators
F. BARTOW STUBBS, 1. D. CRAWFORD,
Proprietor. Manager.



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

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

" 1 I 11 -1 I 1 I I I 1 I I I I II it I I t I 1 1 I t I I I I I il I I I I i-i'i III.
SJ. A. (C. CARW)N. President J F. DusiBaUT.A t Vice-Preiddent
T. A. JusmnsG. 2nd Vice-President H. L KATyo 3d Vice-Preddent and Se
H. F. E. SCHunurTa. Treasurer.

J. P. WILLIAMS COMPANY,

S11 SlTORE FClIORS 1 IIIOESiiE MEORtS.
- aiMn Office SAVANNXMHa. GEORGIL
S Branch Office: \ JACKBOSOVI.L., FLia.- Branc mOroty o .

SNaval Stores Producers are INvtted to Correspond With Us.
SIt lllllllilllill lll l I llll 1 1i4 Ill ll lllllllll


The










10 THE WEEKLY INDUSTRIAL RECORD.



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


S"It Is To Smile"

His Real Mission.
A small boy was fishing anl ae.ident-
ally tumbled into thei creek. As an oldl
man on the bank was helping him out
he said: "How did you come to fall into
the liver, my little man '!"
"I didn't come to fall into tlhe river.
I came to tish."--Ladies lome Journal.

A New Cuss Word.
"The climate here is salubrious, isn't
it," remarked the tourist.
"Say, friend." replied the native, "jest
write that word down for lme,. will yer?
I get tired o' -wearin' at this climate in
the same old way. There's a new one."-
Philadelphia Press.

Happy Thought.
Colley: "What business are you in
now ?"
Kelly: "1 am in the meat business."
Colley (incredulously) : "Where is
your shop "
Kelly: "I haven't any shop. I am the
ham in an advertising sandwicli."-Royal
Magazine.

Apples for Health.
A correslpondent writes to ask u- what
he should do when his doctor pays himt
more visits than are necessary. W\e would
remind our correspondent of the old say-
ing:
An allpple a day.
Keeps the doctor away.
But the apple must, of course, Iw well
aimed.- Punch.

An Inducement.
"Jason, the storekeepwr down at Apple


Bend. is selling a lot of patent medicine
since i ,fft.r-er lhi- splnial iindui ennit."
said F;inrtmer .linilson after ineetting was
over. "~l)o tell!" exclaimedl IDason IEder
lwirrv. "Is lihe cutting the price of the
nulediinie'!" "No. by hek: lie is orferili
a Inpckage of cloves with each bottle."-
New York Tines.


It All Depends.
Jlihn and Pat were two friendly wrk-
lmenl who were constantly tilting, each
one trying to outwit tile other.
"Are you gmol at inat "mesureen. ?" asked
.Iohn.
"I ail that," said Pat. quickly.
"'Thenlm coulll you tell time how many
shirts I ould get out of a yardm" asked

"S'ire.'" said Pat. thati delwends ton
who-e yard you got into."--Tid-lits.

Puzzled.
l"Whamt's the matter with that tall
man over there?" wlhislwred the imal-
iger of the big department store.
"..e's albsent- minded," replied the
walker.
"'Absent- mindell ?"
"Yes: lie says his wife sent hiim down
here to get somne articles that's full mof
holes and he can't remember whether it
is a iprous ploster or a peekab mp waist."

Periodicals
A well known actor says that while
his company was touring the So)uth not
hInig agqo he went into one of tile "clulm "
in a Soulth ( arollina town, where the dis-
i'ensary system is in vogue.
"W'\hat have you in the shale of lpri-
.*lieals?" tile player asked of the dusky
attendant.
"( orn liquor, sah." promptly answered
the attendant, "Im*.r and wine, but most-
ly corn liquor, sah."--llarper's Weekly.


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


11-13
Main St.


HESS & SLAGER .
ekackjKnvllie. FIa.


I Ii


BEST TANKS
ON EARTH


Are mes -r P~hhaka, lb. by G. K. ru d
So. Miley sd wed Wu.b
-- equal Wo the .ti 1 the matsu
'd the wnhQ-t ina aaholft m
ow ftn*Wuy. write tbhrm far and fal
Id~nrbiobefore you buy a tank

a M. DAVuh& SON, Palatka, Flat


*1
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Southern States Naval Stores Co.,
Savannah. Ga.
Factors and Commission Merchanrts
Ship to Savannah Get Competition Highest Prices Promptest Betnras
Correspond With Us

_________ I


I Standard Clothing Company I


One Price


I A

440000


One Price


FASHIONABLE CLOTHIERS AND FURNISHERS,
17 mod i9 West Bay Street, - Jacksomvlbe, Fienda
Stetee an ud Hawes Hats. Special Attentio Given to Ma Order I



You Want a Turpentine Location?
You Want a Sawmill Location?
You Want any Kind of Florida Land?
You Mean Business?
SF can on or Wrnt t

| J. H. Livingston & Sons,
11 OcALA. F.LORIDA.
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memaeemalaaa~alaeam~e~mm~aau .eeaen~arara.


J. Schofiel's Sons Company,
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Headquarters for
Distiller's Pumping
Outfit
No plant complete without one.
Hundreds of them in use in Georgia,
Florida, Alabama, MiUisippi and 4
South Carolina. Write us for parUe-
lars and prices. We also manufacture
Engines, Boilers aid High
Grade Macihnry,
as well as carry a. full and complete
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Mill Supplies, Pipe,
Boiler Tubes, Etc.
Advise your wants.
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PLANTERS

"Old Time" Remedies


THE JOY OF THE HOUSEHOLD.


KNIGHT CROCKERY


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.FURNITURE COMPANY
JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
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DIRECTORS: DIRECTORS: I
D. D. C. ASHLEY. President. B.
D. C. Ashle, y.W. 4bo4
G. A. Peway. B. W. BLOUNT. lt Vice President B. A. Cter.
Cl H. Brown, d General Mser. T. G. Callrest,
SP. L. Weeks. G. A PETTEWAY. 2hd Vice P-es. A. S. Pendleton,
J. G. Craford. J. M. ASHLEY, 3d Vice Pes BG. G er.
N.J. MW Asey.
L. W bet. S. H. BERG. Sec. and Tress. M. Ashley.
S. L br. W. T. B. Harrin.

PENINSULAR NAVAL STORES CO.
Commission Merchants
and Wholesale Grocers
ielA Paints-Jacksonville, Tampa and Fernandina,
Fla, Savannah, Ga0.

Capital Stock. $1.000.000.


The for great remsdis, N-h Tea. et, B i, C-a i --
and Cabal 03, are the joy of the hoehold. With them near at had. a
ma is ready for any emergency. He has a safe, reliable and peedy relief -e t
for ife, children, self or stock. With these remedies you an kep the
doctor's hands out of your pockets, and yet have a healthy, happy family. .
Besides, you can cure your stock of any ailment that may befall them. __M
NUBIAN TEA-In Liquid or Powder Frm--s the great family medidia It
will eure all form of Liver and Kidney Copilaits, Prevma Chills and Maleria
Faere. Cures the common ilmi s of children; al as a laxative tonie it is witdh
*n equal- f and reliable. aI the liquid, it is extremely plh-takL eves chlej
like it--ed it ia READY FOR USE.
BKEEDICTA i a womnm's medicine. It will cure all the diseases eomme ti
women, and lased as Female Troubeis. It will bring youth back to the traded wr ma.
who has gone one suffering because she thought it woman' lot. It will ear for the
youg girl just entering womanhood; and prepare the young woma the stmerd
duties of wife and mother.
CUBAZ RELIEF-The instant Paint Killer, for either man or beast Relieve
matsantly, Colic, Cramps, Cholers Morbus. Diarrhoea, Dystentery and Siek nleadshr
for colie in orses it is an infallible remedy and is guaranteed to give relief in ve
minutes.
CUBAN OIL-The Best Bone and Nerve Linimentt ts antteptie for rut.
nagged or torn flesh, and will instantly relieve the pain. Cures insect bites and stnla.
aide and burns, bruises and sore, chapped hands and face. ore and tender te-
Relieves rheumatie pains, lame back, stiff joints, and in stoek eures wire fenet eut.
seratehes, thrush, splint, collar mores, saddle gals. and diseased hoofs.
Write au for Pricea
SPENCER MEDICINE CO.. Chattanooga, Ten


CUMER LUMBER COMPANY


JACKSONVILLE. FLA.


H. D. WEED. '


W. D. KRENSON


J. D. WEED & CO.,


Rough a- Dressed Lumber

Long Leaf Yellow Pinem
BOXES AD ORATES


W. L. WILSON,
Pres. & Treas.


JNO. E. HARRIS.
Vice Pres.


6. J. Scovwl,
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Savannah, Georgia

HEADQUARTERS FOR


Florida Cooperage Company
(Incorported) Captal Stoek 61100.000
MANUwACTURItERS OF


Hoop Iron, Turpentine Tools,

Batting, Etc.


Turpentine,


Cotton


Seed Oil, Dip


and Syrup Barrels.
Office d Factory Enterprise and Estele Streets,
Telephone 1855 Jacksonville, Fla.


a The Actual Worth


McMillan 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-
PERIENCF.


Jacksonville, Fla.


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Jacksonville. Florida.

N raval Stores Factors and Commission
Merchants.

OFFrICEIS.
C. Q. Barne. President. J. A. Ewing. Vice-President.
E. B. Wells. Secretary and Treasurer.

DIILECTOILS, C. H. Barnes. J. A. Ewing, R. S. anll.
J. 3L. SL. smders. E. C. Long, W. E. Cuimmer, E. B. Wells. W 5.
Jenniag G. W. Taylor


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S NAVAL STORES FACTORS.
NAVAL STORES RECErED AT SAVAuAB, GA., JACKBOb VIUJ
FLA., AND rFXMAnDIXA, LA.

Wholesale Grocers also Dealers in Hay. Grain and Heay
Harnebs.

SOLE AGENTS k ,ba T' l.
SERCHANMS WAREHOUSES
SSAVAMXAR, A. JACKSOXVI1X, FLA TAMPA, l.&
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WILIAM A. BOURS & COMPANY
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Hay. Grral, feed, G e
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Gr, Meal aI FertliUers.
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206 EAST BAY ST., JAClSONVILLE. FUIA


Sterling Silverware




We have on exhibllion a magnificent display of Sterling Siver.
Complete Table Services ftted up in various Patterns. The various
articles 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
tunsnig through our complete stock.


41 West Bay Street

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