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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: August 8, 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
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ATLANTIC COOPERAGE COC

HALF13-MlADE SPIRIT BARRFRI 7.
Our customers sai "It pays to use Atlantic Barrels."
T*iephonee 3444-764. Office Consolidate d Bsidlal
a J. McN. Wright, Manager. Jackonville, Fla

East Coast Lumber Co.
Atlantic Coast Line R, R. R AND DESED LN
GOES EVERYWHERE Yellow Pine Lumber

Nort, South, East and West Bundled Rosin Barrel Staves in Carload Lots
Steamer Sbipments a Speciaty.
Consult the "Purple Folder.'
For detailed information, rates, schedules, reser- WATERTOWN. FLORIDA
vations, see your nearest ticket agent. Call on or
write to ann-4
A. RTI O, THE COMMERCIAL BANK
WI T JACLKSNVILLE, FLA. kBraches Ocala ad Lake Cty
Division PaIsenger Agent, The largest leading State Bank Jacksonille. is eomndetd i am dM-
fashimaed striedy ~ow..,-tie mammer and is sabjeet to regular exi.wtf-m
FRANK C. BOYLSTON. Trav. P.as. Agent. by the Comptroller.
S 4rlL....vidual and Savings Aeeou solicitd.
ATLANTIC COAST LINE. Jacksonville. Fla. H. ROBINSON, a OWKN, H. oAW-r Ag
Preiesit. Vice-Presunt CaI




CONSOLIDATED NAVAL STORES COMPANY.

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

OFFICERS.
WALTER F. ODACHMAN, Prmident; D. H. MeMILLAN, H. L OOVINGTON, JOHN H. POWELL, R. B. POWELL and W. J. KELLY, Vice Presidents.
J. C. LITTLE, Secretary ad Treasurer at Jacksonville; J. Q. HODGES, Amsitant Secretary at Savamnah; J. K. ROZIER, ASitant Secretary at PBemla.rs
E JSL JIVE COMM'ITr B: W. W. Cnmmer, W. F. Coachman, W. J. THiflan C. B. Rogers, and A. S Hubbard.
DIRECTORS: W. J. Hillma, W. W. Cummer, D. H. MeMillaa, W. F. Coahman, W. C. Powell, H. L Oingtoa B. Rogers, John H. PowlL A. S. H8b-
bard, S. A. Alford, C. W. Deen, R. B. Powell, W. J. Kelly.



NAVAL STORES FACTORS


SPaid 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 turpete operators everywhere Invited.
Two Million acres of Land and Timber for sale on easy terms.
Producers are invited to cell or correspond.















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RECORD.


PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. DEVOTED TO NAVAL STORES, LUF4ER AND MIANUFACTURING wikwb I b.

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C. B. ROGERS INTERVIEWED IN TAM-
PA ON NAVAL STORES SITUATION.
Engaged in the organization of a $1,000,-
000 corporation with the purpose of im-
proving naval stores prices and conditions
in Florida, Hon. C. B. Rogers, of Jackson-
ville, is spending today in Tampa, says
the Tampa Evening News. The prime
object of Mr. Rogers' visit was to secure
the consent of Col. W. B. Henderson of
this city, to act as one of the trustees of
the new company; and, in this. Mr. Rogers
was successful, greatly to his satisfac-
tion.
The new company originated at a meet-
ing of the Jacksonville Board of Trade, at-
tended by 400 members, the largest at-
tendance with one exception, in the history
of that body. At that meeting a large
committee was appointed, which in turn,
appointed a subcommittee, this subcom-
mittee drawing up the plans and ores-


COL. W. I. TOOMER GIVES TESTI-
MONY BEFORE GEORGIA LEGISLA-
TIE COMMITTEE ON CONVICT
LEASE SYSTEM.
C'ol. W. M. Toomer, a well-known citi-
zen of Jacksonville voluntarily appeared
before the committee of the Georgia Leg-
islature that is investigating the convict
lease system of that State, last Saturday
and gave some interesting testimony rela-
tive to the workings of the system.
fihe following account of Mr. Toomer's
testimony is taken from the Atlanta
Journal:
W. t. Toomer, of Jacksonville, former
partner with Dr. Hamby in the working
of convict labor, voluntarily presented
himself before the convict investigating
committee Saturday morning and at his
onrI rouenft wUaos sorn and a llnwod to


any dishonest gain from the convict lease
them all mistaken.
His Profits $x7o0,oo.
Mr. Toomer made vehement ldfense of
the practice of paying wardens extra com-
pensation. He said it was humane to the
convict, as it got them better bosses. The
commission, he knew, has authority to pay
wardens $100 in its own discretion; but,
he said, the Legislature must appropriate
the money first, and he thought the prison
commission has been done a great injus-
tice by the Legislature in this respect.
He volunteered the information to the
committee that his net profits from deal-
ing in convicts amounted to $170,000 or
more.
Mr. Toomer stated he would be glad
to answer any questions or to make as
full statement as possible regarding his
connection with the present lease.
He reviewed his connection with the


ttconvict business, saying he was first at-
pectus for the desired company. Mr. Rog- make a statement. torney fr G. S. Baxter & C, and at-
ers, the prime mover in the project, has When Mr. Toomer laid conScuding em was a member of the house of represented
been devoting much time to it and he be- phasis on his voluntary presence before tives in 1900 and 1901 and chairman of the
lives that it not only means the salva- the committee. Chairman Felder acknowl penitentiary committee of that body.
tion of the naval stores industry in Flor- edged it but remarked that the committee e evete to t te of body.
ida, but the future welfare and prosperity would have summoned Mr. Toomer any- He reverted to th testimony of Joel
of the State to a degree not yet dreamed. way had lie not been out of the State. Hurt, which he had intended to deny em-
A Marketing Company. Mr. Toomner had gone over the steno- phatically; but on coming to Atlanta and
The company is to be known at the graphic report of the committee's work. reading the records, he had concluded that
Naval Stores Marketing Company. Its In many reslpets lie is probably the most the newspapers possibly did Mr Hurt an
stock is to be sold generally, without re- interesting witness yet before the commit- and h deni would not be so
striction, to those interested in naval tee. His attitude was one of distinct emphatic as he had intended.
stores. Its affairs are to be managed by aggression toward the testimony of pre- Talked Low, But Bid High.
a board of trustees, now in process of for- vious witnesses, and of polite defiance lie recalled a conference of prospective
mation and, with the purpose of making with regard to the investigation. bidders for convict labor held one night in
the management of the company represen- Mr. T'oomer nailed the testimony of Mr. the Kimball, at which not he himself, but
tative of all sections of the State, Mr. .Joel Hurt in two particulars. Joel Hurt (contrary to Mr. Hurt's testi-
Rogers came to Tampa to secure the co- Contrary to Mr. Hurt's testimony, said many) did most of the talking. Mr.
operation of Col. Henderson. the witness, he himself had not done most Hurt, he said, deprecated the value of
Speaking of the inspiration and objects of the talking at a conference had be- the labor, and as Mr. Hurt the next day
of the company, Mr. Rogers said to The tween some prospective bidders for coe- submitted high bids for the convicts, he
Evening News this morning: victs, one night in the Kimball. Joel (the witness) had concluded that Mr.
"The naval stores market is in a de- Hurt, the man who had charged him Hurt's motives were not as apparent as
plorable condition. Turpentine is selling with it, did most of the talking, said Mr. they had seemed.
at 37 cents, when it should bring 60 cents. Tooiner, Mr. Hurt submitted bids that He recounted the circumstances sur-
The difference in the price paid and the were higher than any price the State rounding a bid for 1,500 convicts, and a
price ought to be paid means a net loss hadl asked for before. meeting of everybody in the prison com-
of less than $12,,000000 to the State of Denies Hurt's Threat. nissioners' office at which the bidders
Florida. We felt that something should And MIr. Hurt did not threaten Dr. were informed that everybody who bid
be done to correct these conditions and to Handmy, said the witness. Mr. Hurt did $220 and upward got convicts, and those
make it possible for the operators, who not coerce Dr. Hamby, by threats of ex- who didn't get none.
are now barely making a living, to place is"sire, into giving him half of the con- Mr. Toomer attacked the Atlanta Jour-
their industry on a basis of profit which victs he claimed he had contracted for nal and another Atlanta paper for (as he
would enable them to be of some benefit with Callahan & Co. Mr. Hurt secured put it) misleading the public into believ-
to the country. those convicts under sublease from Dr. ing that subleasing of convicts was unlaw-
Soon Restore Prices. Hamby anl he paid Dr. Hamby a profit on ful. He charged them with attempted
We hope to enlist in this company peo- them before he got them. character assassination.
pie of all sections of the State and not Mr. Tinmer attacked the newspapers, But Chairman Felder called him to or-
alone the naval stores people. but those mentioning particularly the Journal with der, remarking that the committee want-
of every line of business. In our opinion one other, for what he characterized as ed facts and not argument and that the
the work this company will be enabled to imislealing accounts of the investigation. records of Mr. Toomer's speech were cost-
do, will speedily restore prices to a profit Members of the committee disagreed with ing about 60 cents a page.
dable wsis and lre te senaval sto a profit him in his stand, but the debate was end- Witness resumed the thread of his
duty what it shou ne of the ngvs reat ned by (Chairman Felder each time it arose. statement, telling of how he and Dr. Ham-
developing and producing industries of The chairman requested the witness to by made preparation to work or sublease
the State, benefiting every class of people hold himself down to facts and not to bur- the convicts awarded them on their bid to
by the money which it invests and den the records with irrelevant matter. the prison commission, and of how they
spend mi" Among other things, Mr. Toomer said thereafter proceeded.
Mr. Rogers was asked if he did not be- that if ten thousand people collected in Defended Extra Pay.
lieve Tampa to be the logical center of Atlanta and swore that the prison com- The pay of extra compensation to war-
mission or any of its emiployes have know dens was defended as a theory and a
(Continued on Page 7.) any dishonest gain from the convict leave practice by Mr. Toomer. He said that he


paid Warden Conyers extra compensation,
believing it not only inherently right,
but a humane measure to secure good war-
dens for the convicts.
His profits, net, in connection with the
lease of convicts were between $170,000
and $180.000, said Mr. Toomer, before he
sold his interest in the contract to Dr.
Hamby.
Contradicts Mr. Hurt.
The purchase from Callahan & Co., of
fifty men by Dr. Hamby, told of by Joel
Hurt, was recalled by Mr. Toomer, who
said that Mr. Hurt's testimony was false
wherein it related that Mr. Hurt coerced
Dr. Hamby, by threat of exposure, into
giving him half of the convicts that had
been sidetracked from Mr. Hurt's mines.
Mr. Hurt, said the witness, leased the
convicts from Dr. Hamby at a profit over
what Dr. Hamby paid.
Mr. Toomer, concluding, emphasized
that he had come voluntarily from home
in Jacksonville, at his own expense, to tell
the committee what he knew.
Chairman Felder replied that he would
have subpoenaed Mr. Toomer had Mr.
Toomer not been out of the State, and
that he was glad to have the witness be-
fore the committee.
Technical questions in debate of the
convict question on Mr. Toomer's under-
standing of it were directed by Chairman
Felder. Mr. Felder wished to ascertain
whether the commission at any time fur-
nished Hamby & Toomer (dissolved in
April, 1~ 6). more than their contracted
500 convicts. Mr. Toomer said he believed
the firm was short most of the time.
Said It Would Be Farce.
Mr. Toomer insisted on saying that he
thought the partnership between Moore
& Hamby, under fire of the investigation
committee, would develop into somewhat
of a farce. Chairman Felder interrupted
him three times on this statement to ask
that the witness state only what he
knows.
The witness reviewed, under questions
by Mr. Felder, some details of his working
of convicts, and of his connection with
Dr. Hamby and the connection of their
firm with that of Moore & Hamby.
Mr. Candler took up the questioning.
Under this questioning, Mr. Toomer
stated that there was no impropriety or
possible conflict in the slightest in the
paying of extra compensation to wardens;
that their duty would not interfere or con-
flict with their duty as employee of the
lessee unless both the warden and the
lessee were corrupt.
"I am not prepared to say that he
could," replied the witness, answering a
question as to whether he thought an ex-
tra pay warden could always disassociate
his own capacities.
Witness recalled the circumstances sur-
rounding the giving of his and Dr. Ham-
by's bond as convict lessees. He under-
stood the bond was secured from a New
York firm, and said that Mr. Hurt's testi-
mony was a revelation to him and had
excited his curiosity.


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4 THE WEEKLY INDUSTRIAL RECORD.



VVHITE OAK SPIRITS BARRELS

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

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


Witness denied any knowledge of .Jake
MAiore or any employee of the prison coin-
mission receiving money of lessees.
"If 10,000 people assembled in Atlanta
tomorrow and swore it." said Mr. Toomer,
rejecting the question, "I would be in-
clined to believe they were mistaken.
"I had no doubt that they did know it,"
testified Mr. Toomer, connecting the prison
commission and the extra-pay wardens.
"And I was a little bit surprised at their
order prohibiting extra pay. I don't
think they ought to have done it unless
they could pay the wardens better sala-
ries."

STUART-BERNSTEIN COMPANY RE-
ORGANIZED.
The reorganization of the Stuart-Ber:t-
stein Company became effective this week,
and the popular concern is stronger and
greater than ever before:
The otfic-rs are:
President, Emil Bernstein; vice presi-
dent, Henry Bernstein, and secretary and
treasurer, John W. McGriff.
Air. Emil Bernstein was one of the or-
ganizers of the original firm, and is one
of the best and most favorably known
of Jacksonville's business men.
Mr. MeGriff, as office manager and credit
man for the Kohn-Furchgott Company,
built for himself a reputation second to
none in his line and will make a most
valuable acquisition to the reorganized
firm.
Mr. Henry Bernstein is a brother of Mr.
Emil Bernstein, and comes to Jackson-
ville from Toledo, Ohio. lie is a man of
years of experience in the clothing and
haberdashery business, and his ability will
prove a big asset with the company.
Their many friends wish continued sue-
cess for the Stuart-Bernstein Company.


Industrial Record's Buyers' Directory

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ACCOUNTANTS.
T. G. Hutchinson, Jacksonville, Fla.
Walter Mucklow, Jacksonville, Fla.
AXES.
J. D. Weed & Co, Savannah Ga.
BANKS.
Commercial Bank, Jackonville Fla.
BEER-WHOLESALE.
Cbhas. Blum & Co., Jaekonville, Fla.
.oseph Zapf & Co, Jaeksonville. lf.
BARREL STAVES.
East Coast Lumber Co, Watertow,
Florida.

BOXES AND CRATES.
Cummer Lumber Co, Jacksonvile, Fla.

CROCKERY.
Knight Crockery and Funmtas Uo,
Jacksonvilla, Fla.
CLOTHING.
Standard Clothing Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
Stuart-Bernstein Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
COPPER SMITHS.
MeMilla Brothers, Jackaeavllm, Sava-
aa" ad MoWo .
M. A. Baker, Brunawiek, Ga.
COOPERAGE.
Florida Cooperage Lo.,Jacksonville, Fla.
Atlantic Cooperage Co., Jacksonville, Fla.

DRUGS.
Wmin. D. Jones. Jacksonville, Fla.


DRUGS -WHOLESALE.
CRITICAL ILLNESS OF MR. J. R. SAUN-Groover-Stewart Drug C., Jackonville,
DERS. Fa.
Pensacola, Aug. 9.-J. R. Saunders, one Southern Drug Mlg. Ol., Ja movllna, Fh
of the most prominent business men of ENGIES.
Florida, lies tonight in a critical condition
Sehofleld's Sons Co, J. S, Maeoa, Ga
at his home in this city, the result of a Lombard I Work and ly lb., An-
stroke of paralysis, which he suffered gusts Ga
today. U UK.
rumalau oYL
Mr. Saunders did not complain of feel-
ing ill until about one hour before he n kery ad ni
was stricken. This occurred while he was Jack vi, Fl.
surrounded by his family and only once FERTILIZERS.
has he gained consciousness and then for Bours & COn Wm. A., Jacksonville, Fla.
only a short time and he was unable to
speak. FOUNDRIS.
A consultation of physicians summoned hofield'a Sons Co, J. Maeo Ga.
to his bedside was heJ, but they can utLomar r ork supply A
give no hope for his recovery.
Mr. Saunders came to Pensacola about FUNERAL DIRECTORS.
eight years ago and is identified with The Chas A. Clark Co., Jaeksonville, Fi.
many industries and is an extensive hold-
er of land in Florida and Alabama. lie is GAL
Jacksnhville. Gas Co, Jacksonvile, Fla.
president of the Saunders Naval Stores Jack ll. Gas Jacksonve,
Company, the Export Lumber Company, GENTS' FURWISHRS
Escambia Land and Manufacturing C'om- Standard Clothisg Co., Jacksonville. Fla.
pany, Southern Brick Company. Saunders Stuart-Berntein Co., Jacksonville, F
Mill Company, St. Andrews and Gulf GROCERS-WHOLESALE
Steamship Company, and a director in Williams Co., J. P, S vanah, Ga.
banks and other iantitutions. Young Co, John B., Savanah, Ga.


HATS.
Stuart-Bernstein Co., Jacksonville, Fla.

HARDWARE.
Tampa Hardware Co., T pa, Fla.
Weed & Co.. J. D, Savanna. G.O
HAY AND RAIN.
Bours & Co.. Wm. A., Jacksonville Fla.
HATS.
Standard Clothing Co. Jacksonville. Fa.
HOOP IRON.
J. D. Weed & Co, Savannah, a.
HOTELS
Duval Hotel, Jacksonville, Fla.

IRON WORKS.
Sehoaeld's Soos J, J. 8. Maon. Ga

JEWELERX
R. J. Riles Co. JaeksoavMi, Fl
Greenleaf & Crosby 1C., Jacksoville, Fla
Hem & Slager, Jacksonville. Fa.
LUMER.
at oe6t Immber Oa., W Wr-1w
Florida

LIQUORS.
Blum & C, habs., Jacksoville, Fl.
Altmayer & Flatau Liquor C., Macos,
Ga, and Jacksoville, Fla.
Joseph Zapf & Co.. Jacksonville, la.
MEDICINES
Spencer Mediae Co, Chattaooga, Tea-
MACHINE WORKS.
Schofield' Sons Co., J. 8., Maon. Ga.
Lombard Iron Works. Auguta, Ga.

MATERIALS FOR XURPi alur PRO-
CESS.
Schofleld's Sons Co, J. 8, Maeon, Ga.

METAL WORKERS.
McMllan Brea C., Jacksesimn Savan-
nah ad Mobile.
Baker, iL A., Brirswick, Ga, a Pe ma-
cola, Fla.

MILL SUPPLIES
Schofeld's Sos Co, J. B, Maeon, Ga.
Weed & Co, J. D, Savannah, a
Lombard Iron Works & Supply Co, Au-
gusta, Ga.
NAVAL STORES.
Peniun-lar Naval Stores C., Jacksonville
and 'ampa, Fla.
Barnes & Jesup Co, Jacksonville, Fla.
Consolidated Naval Stores Co, Jackson-
ville Fla.
West-Flynn-Harris Co., Jacksonvi'e, Fmi
Williams Co., J. P., Savanah, Ga.
Young Co, John R.. Savannah. Ga.
SomLhern States Naval Stores Co., Savan-
nas. Ga.
PLANING MILL.
Dural Planing Mill Co., Jacksonville, Fla.

PHOSPHATE MACHINE ERY.
Lombard Iron Works & Supply Co., Au-
guta Ga.


PUMPS.
Schofleld'a Sons Co, J. 8., Mae, QGa.
DAIIn Uan
Atlantie Coast Ime.
SAWMULLL I
Lombard Iron Works & Supply ID, An
gusta, Ga.
SKED&
Boors & Co. Wm. A. JaeksTmiDi, li
SHIP TARDS.
Cummer Lumber Co, Jacksonville, F.
SHOES-WHOLXSALE.
lluthinson Shoe Co, Jacksonvlle, FI
Joe. Roenhbem Shoe Co., Savanah, Ga
SHOES--RTAIL.
Stuart-Bernatein Co., Jackormville, Fa.
TANKS.
0. If. Davis & Sons, Paltk, Fl.
SchoSeld'a Soen Co, J. 8, Masm, Oa.
Presto Miller Co, CrMet City, hk.

lU-PkALiLiE BARRELS.
TuxPR.R x1ms l ar J
Atlantic Cooperage Co., Jackonville, 7I.
Florida Cooperage Co., JackonvWle, F.

TURPENTINE STILLS
Baker, M. A., Brunswick, Ga., a M a-
cola, ra.
McMilan Brths .C., .JaeLalm.v
Savannah and Mobile.

TIMBER LANDS
Jaeksonville Development Ol., Jakso-
ville, Fla.

IURPst aa TOOLS.
Council Tool Co, Jaeksovdlk, ,f.
J. D. Weed & Co. Savannah, Ga.
WATCHES.
Greenleaf & Crosby Co., Jaeksonvile, ik
Hess & Slager, Jaeksomrile, Fla.
R. J. Riles Co, Jacksonville, Fla.

YELLOW PIEK LUMBE.I
Cummer Lunner Co, Jacksonville, Fla.
East Coat Lumber Co, Watertown, Fa



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FORMERLY T E OiZWTIE- AOOVER BWW 00.
Whelesale bDruls. Cemikals, Drumyfts Budrie amnd Ommisary seeds
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Their Letters.
First Mother (reading letter from son
at college)-"Henry's letters always send
me to the dictionary."
SSecond Mother (resignedly)-"That's
nothing; Jack's always send me to the
ilank?"


Jacksonville and Savannah Comparative Naval Stores Market For Week

Ending Aug. 7, 1908.


Ambigous.
Miss Chellus-"Did he like the duets we
sang?"
Miss Byrd-"I can't decide from what
he said."
Miss Chellus-"Oh, I suppose you think
he liked your voice best."
Miss Byrd-"Well, really, I don't know
exactly what he meant. lie said I sang
well, but you were better still.".

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under the pure food laws of the na-
tional as well as the State govern-
ment. No one can offer for sale any
goods under penalty of the law unless
same is bona fide nor can they be
misbranded; hence, you are not tak-
ing any chances on the above, being
strictly as represented.
Four quarts .......... $3.75
One gallon jug ....... 3.25
All express charges prepaid.
We handle all of the best brands of
Rye "and Bourbon Whiskies, Gins,
Apple and Peach Brandies. Send for
our price list and catalogue. Mailed
free upon application.
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3.25
3.20
2.90
2.70
2.60


6.40
6.35
5.90
3.35-3.40
4.70-4.85
3.80-3.90
3.50-3.55
3.25
3.20
2.75-2.80
2.70
2.60-2.65


WEDN-ESDAY.
Jax. Sav.


6.25
6.25
5.73
5.15
4.40)
3.60
3.50
. 3.15
3.10
2.75
2.65
2.50)


6.35
6.25
5.75
5.25
4.55
3.75
3.45
3.15-3.221/.
3.10-3.171
2.75
2.70
2.55


MONDAY
Jax. Sav.
6.40 6.40
6.35 6.35
5.90 5.90
5.35 5.35
4.65 4.65
3.75 3.75-3.90
3.60 3.55-3.60
3.25 3.25-3.30
3.20 3.20-3.25
S2.80 2.80-2.90
2.70 2.70
2.60 2.60-2.671/2

THURSDAY.
Jax. Sav.


6.25
6.25
5.75
5.15
4.40
3.60
3.50
3.15
3.10
2.75
2.65
2.50


6.25
6.25
5.75
5.15-5.25
4.40-4.55
3.60-3.75
3.40-3.50
3.15
3.10
2.70-2.75
2.60-2.65
2.50-2.55


TUESDAY
Jax. Sav.
6.40 6.35
6.35 6.30
5.80-5.90 5.80
5.40-5.50) 5.25
4.75 4.60
3.75-3.80 3.75
3.50-3.60 3.60
3.20 3.25
3.15 3.20
2.85 2.80
2.70-2.75 2.70
2.60-2.65 2.60

FRIDAY
Jax. Say.
6.25 6.25
6.10-6.25 6.25
5.75 5.75
5.1545.20 5.15
4.40 4.40
3.60 3.60
3.50 3.50
3.10-3.15 3.10
3.05-3.10 3.05
2.75 2.75
2.65 2.65
2.50 2.50


SPIRITS TURPENTINE

SATURDAY. ONAY. I TUESDAY.
Jax. Sav. Jax. Sav. TJax. Say.
371/4 37% 37 37 :;6(:% 361(J-36-Y
W I)DNESI)DAY. THI RSDAY. FRIDAY.
Jax. Say. Jax. Sav. Jax. Sav.
:35-351/4 35/4 :35--:4 35i--353.' :; -13! 354-:36


Naval Stores Receipts and Shipments Here and in Savannah
For Week Ending August 7.1908.


SPIRITS TURPENTINE
Receipts. Sales. Shipments. Stock.
Jax. Say., Jax. Say. Jax. Sav. Jax. Say.
Saturday ...... 804 260 150 125 230 37,977 46,416
Monday 399 1026 243 837 595 1498 38,241 45,944
Tuesday 40) 1445 160 1272 1110 38,045 46,279
Wednesday .................. 270 969 751 458 100 260 38,454 46,988
Thursday -..-...- 3(68 1228 575 1017 1176 38,624 47,040
Friday 173 999 253 592 35 5212 38,992 42,827


ROSIN
Saturday----..........-- 1321)
Monday 1556
Tuesday 1209)
Wednesday ............ 907
Thursday .........-- 1751
Friday 929


3282
3341
4724
1644
4116
2486


109)8
1251
1812
294
1540
1904


3197 -
3323 786
3402 -
1104
4871
3828 2215


1105
42413
975
280
3985
3670


70,331
71.660)
74,300
73.639
74,546
76,297


149,031
148.129
151,878
153,242
153,373
152,189


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INDUSTRIAL RECORD
JAMES A. HOLLOMON. EdlKr-a-Cae
A. IH MARSH, BMuas Ma e
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PaUbLhJ Ever Sa.tuardv.
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tworbewow .... 8&90 "
"The Pne and Its Product~a.

The Industrial L.ecord Company.
Jacksonville. Fla.
ararob EdIeral A.d usnesd m ORoe a
Savannrwu Ga.
Entered at the Postoffee at Jacksonvile. Fla..
as seond-els matter

Adopted by the Executive Committee of
the Turpentine Operators' Association
September 12, 1902, as its exclusive offi-
cial organ. Adopted in annual convention
September 11 as the organ also of the
general association.
Adopted April 27th. 1908, as the official
organ of the Interstate Cane Growers' As-
sociation. Adopted September 11, 1903, as
tihe only official organ of the T. u. A.'
Commenled to lumber people by special
resolution adopted by the Georgia Sawmill
Association.

THE RECORD'S OFFICES.
The publishing plant and the main of-
fices of the Industrial Record Company
are located at the intersection of Bay and
Newnan Streets, Jacksonville, Fla., in the
very heart of the great turpentine and
yellow pine industries.

NOTICE TO PATRONS.
All payments for advertising in the In-
dustrial Record and subscriptions thereto
must be made direct to the home office in
Jacksonville. Agents are not allowed to
make collections under any circumstances.
Bills for advertising and subscriptions are
sent out from the home office, when due,
and all remittances must be made direct
to this company.
Industrial Record Publishing Co.


PROSPERITY IS HERE AGAIN.
From practically every line of industry
in the South the cheering information
comes to us that prosperity is again in
the saddle and business is once more on
the road to its normal sway.
No other panic that has ever occurred
in this country has had so speedy an end-
ing with so little of really serious results
to this section at large as the one of 1971,
and this should hold much of very great
significance to the South at this time.
The agricultural resources of the South
have proven its one important safeguard
and with such splendid outlook as now
exists for large crops this fall there is
scarce a cloud on the horizon where lately
all appeared dark in the business sky.
But there is need of having these resources
Iwtter understood, better protected and
more fully utilized if we are to go for-
ward in that degree of advancement which
lies before us.
It is entirely feasible to add a billion
annually to the agricultural wealth of the
South and that would give this section
added means for its development in every
field of industry. So we feel that it is an
imlprative duty resting upon every friend
of this section to stimulate improvement
in every farm product and every method
of cultivation that will bring higher values
to farm property.
But there is another feature connected
with this situation that must not be lost
sight of and which comes as a valuable
lesson from the recent panic. The South
must. provide one or more money centers
among its own cities so that the money


of this section will be at all times availa-
ble for the legitimate demands of its in-
dustries and commerce. If the money of
the South had been accessible during the
recent panic and not tied up in Wall Street
there would not have been the slightest
disturbance to business here from it.
With the growth of Southern manufactur-
ing enterprise and the constant additions
to its productive wealth in all lines there
should be no great difficulty in making
several Southern cities reserve money cen-
ters that could not be drained by Wall
Street and thus insure prosperity for the
South against any and all future mone-
tary flurries.
If prosperity is permitted to revive that
old reign of speculation that prevailed a
year ago, there will be no currency scheme
that can be devised which will prevent
money stringency and even panics in the
future. This is the time to provide reme-
dies while we may and not wait till the
emergency arises which may not be suc-
cessfully met.
There is no possible question but that
this section is growing more and more
able to meet all demands that can legiti-
mately be put upon it, but- it must at all
times have its own at hand with which
to face crises when they occur.
The South has as bright a future ahead
if it as any one could ask, but we have a
duty to perform which is in the hands of
every citizen in order to accomplish what
that future so richly holds uot to view.
Act conservatively, work for improvement
and pull together must be our public and
private policies.-Tradesman (Chatta-
noogo).

LARGEST MILL IN THE WORLD.

The Great Southern Lumber Co, of Boga-
lusa, La., Claims This Distinction.
The G great Southern Lumber Company
of Bogalusa, La., is a Pennsylvania cor-
poration. with an authorized capital of
$12,330,700. The company is said to be
the largest lumber manufacturing propo-
sition in the world, and its members were
for a number of years the largest manu-
facturers of lumber in Pennsylvania,
where they controlled the hemlock cut-
ting of the northern and central counties
of the State. A few years ago when it
became manifest that the timber of Penn-
sylvania was about cut out and there was
no hope of long retaining a lumber in-
dustry that would keep them in control
of the Pennsylvania markets, the men
composing the Great Southern Lumber
companyy were attracted to the South
where a number of Pennsylvania lumber-
men had preceded them. They secured
the property of an old lumber firm on the
central gulf coast and acquired a very ex-
tensive llody of timber in Eastern Louis-
iana. At the beginning, it is said, their
Design went no further than investment
but when the opportunities were closely
scanned their horizon enlarged and
through the purchase of adjacent timber
and through the development and ma
terialization of enormous manufacturing
plants they have become what is known
as one of the greatest lumber manufac
during businesses of the world.
The directors of the company are:
Walter P. Cooke. Buffalo. Jerry Crary
Warren, Pa.; A. C. Goodyear, Buffalo:
anson IDpew. Buffalo: C. W. Goodyear
Buffalo; Henry Hamlin, Smethport. Pa.;
Iane S. Hart, Harrisburg, Pa.; Charles I
SJames. Baltimore, Md.; M. Olmsted


Harrisburg. Pa.; N. G. Pearsall, Coving-
ton, La.; ( George 0. Wagner, Buffalo.
"The bulk of the stock is held byx-
iwrienced lumlwrmcen. Tributary to the
plant at logalusa are 7, (0.000,000 feet of
choice longleaf yellow pine timber now
owned or available. The Bogalusa plant
will produce annually 175.000,000,000 feet
of lumler. It is estimated that the plant
will have a life of 40 years. The com-
ipany will furnish employment for 2.000
men. and the town. sawmills, buildings
equipment cost complete *3.000,000. Bo-
galusa is a town situated 5 miles north
of New Orleans, and has eight miles of
graded streets and 10 miles of four and
six-foot sidewalks. The town was built
primarily to convert the longleaf pine of
the company into timber.
"Here are timlber resources that in
quantity and value aw perhaps not ex-
celled anywhere in the South. Here have
been built mills-sawmills, planing mills
and all accessories-of a perfection of de-
tail and solidity and permanence of con-
struction such as have never before been
seen in this country. Around the mills
has been built a town full fledged; a
town that when it is set going, as one
would wind up a toy and touch the spring.
will have a teeming population living un-
dter most numlern conditions of health
and comfort: houses sewered and plumbed
and electric lighted and with bath rooms,
churches and schools, libraries and public
halls: stores and all the latest adjuncts
of civilization; mills, fireproof throughout.
with concrete foundations and walls and
roofs of iron: with machinery foundations
intended to last until the final log is cut
from the. Bogalusa country; and that will
le a long time yet, for that 00,000,000-
feet-a-day-mill is expected to have work
to do for 40 years to come, and when it
has completed its work and when the saws
and planers are still, the town of Boga-
lusa will live. the center of a thriving
agricultural country and the home of va-
ried industries, which will be provided by
the forethought of its founders.
"But at Bogalusa the whole thing is
planned for 40 years to come before a
wheel is turned. Truly, the history of
what the Goodyears have done in Louisi-
ana. andt the description of the business
which their sons will hand down to their
grandchildren, is worthy of reading by
those who love the big and bold or who
appreciate the marvelous accomplishments
of business acumen and industrial skill."--
Wlholesale Lumberman.


ROSENHEIM COMPANY BUYS THE
BUILDING OF PALMER HARDWARE
CO.

Increased .Business Demanded Larger
Store-Deal Was Closed Few Days Ago.
About Thirty Thousand Dollars Paid for
the Store-Palmer Hardware Company
to Retire from Business.
The Joseph Rosenheim Shoe Company
has purchased the lot and buildings now
occupied by the Palmer Hardware Com-
ipny on Jefferson and W\illianson streets.
and will move its large stock of shoes into
it on (ktober Ist. They will secure pos-
session of the building on August "st andt
will immediately make extensive changes
in it so as to prolprly fit it up for their
own neeis. The company will vacate its
present quarters on Congress and bhita-
ker streets O(ktolwr 1st.
The transaction, when the papers are
signed within the next day or two. will


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conclude one of the largest deals in real
estate that has been made in Savannah
for some time. The price paid for the
building and lot was about $30~ 00.
Business Grows RaptGy.
The business of the company has grown
so rapidly during the past year or wro
that a change of quarters was n erad
absolutely necessary. The conqany has
foreseen this and has been quietly look-
ing about for larger quarters for some
time. When it became known that the
Palmer property would be offered for sale,
negotiations were begun direct between
the members of the two corporations with
the result as stated. The location of the
present store is excellent, but the other
is just as good with the additional require-
ment of much larger space demanded by
the firm.
Better Facilities.
Business has been good recently, the
company receiving orders for two sona
cars of shoes Thursday. The Rosenheim
Company is one of the most solid business
concerns in the South, and with their
splendid facilities for shipping which it
will have in its new quarters, and low
freight rates prevailing from Savannah it
is expected that their business will con-
tinue to prosper and grow as never before
in its history.- Exchange.

An Orangery in New York.
John I). Rockefeller is about to begin the
erection of an orangery on his estate at
Poeantic, Hills. Mr. Rockefeller takes
great interest in the cultivation of oranges
and has a great variety of trees bearing
fruit in his gardens. To enhance their
growth and preserve them, the trees will
Ie transferred to the orangery during the
winter months. Plans for the building
have Ies-n completed. It will cover a plot
)200 ly -) feet aul will be 25 feet in
height. The style of architecture is to be
Italian. and the exterior will be of oras-
mental stucco.








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(Continued from lPage 3.)
the naval stores business of the State.
"If not now, soon., said Mr. Rogers.
"This will naturally become the naval
stores belt in a very short time and, with
this section furnishing the output, Tampa
will necessarily be the port of export. The
suggestion that this is a Tacksonville
movement is true only so far as its origin
is concerned. In its operation, it will and
must be of vast bemnlit to Tampa lhy rea-
son of the fact that Tampa is the logical
center of the naval stores industry of the
near future.
"I was very much gratified at securing
the consent of Colonel Henderson to act as
one of our trustees," continued Mr. Rog-
ers, "because he is a representative man
and a man whose connection with any
movement is proof positive of its relia-
bility. The list of trustees is not yet com-
plete and I am not at liberty to give out
the names as yet, until all have accepted."

The Flatterer.
"So he praised my singing, did he ?"
"Yes, he said it was heavenly."
"Did he really say that?"
"Well, not exactly; but he probably
meant that. He said it was unearthly."-
Melbourne Weekly Times.

SHERIFF'S SALE.
Under and by virtue of an execution
issued out of and under the seal of The
County Court of Duval county, Florida,
upon a certain judgment rendered in said
court on the 7th day of Septembpr A. D.
1908, in that certain suit wherein Cummer
Lumber Company, a corporation, etc., is
plaintiff and A. C. Shannon is defendant,
I have levied upon and will offer for sale
and sell to the highest bidder for cash,
before the court house of Duval County,
Florida, on Monday the 3rd day of Au-
gust A. D. 1908, during the legal hours
of sale, the following described property,
to-wit.: Iots one (1), two (2), three (3),
five (5), six (6), seven (7), and eight
(8) in Block Forty-eight (48), Edgewood,
Duval County, Florida. according to
plat of same recorded in Plat Boo4 2
at page 37 of the public records of said
Duval County, Florida, said lots above
described being all of said Block Forty-
eight (48) except Lot four (4) therein,
and said property being sold to satisfy
said execution.
R. F. Bowaen,
Sheriff Duval County, Florida.
8-1-5t.


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WANTEDI-A turpentine place or loca-
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price and where located. W. B Young,
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WANTED.--Good, reliable stiller want
position. Can furnish best references.
Address P. W. Eldridge, Westville, Fla.
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NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
LETTERS PATENT.
N.Ati.e is hereby given that the under-
signed will apply to the Honorable Na-
poleon B. Broward, Governor of the State
of Florida, on the 31st day of August, A.
D. 1908, for letters patent incorporating
the Cleaveland Improvement Company un-
der the following proposed charter, origi-
nal of which is now on file in the office of
the Secretary of State of the State of
Florida.
J. A. Cranrord,
D. M. Flynn,
W. W. Cleaveland,
W. C. Powell,
John I. Powell,
James hoyall.
The undersigned hereby associate them-
selves together for the purpose of becom-
ing incorporated and forming a corpora-
tion under and by virtue of the laws of
the State of Florida, with and under the
following proposed charter:
L


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 the
United States of America, and in foreign
countries wherever necessary or conven-
ient. The principal office of said corpor-
ation shall be in the city of Jacksonville,
County of Duval, State of Florida.
IL
The general nature of the business to
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 cemetery
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 same, and to act as
broker, factor or agent for others in the
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 and gas and to
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 timber on any
lands owned or controlled by the said cor-
poration, and manufacture said crude
material into spirits and other naval
stores, and to sell or otherwise deal in said
wade material or naval stores, and to cut,
work or otherwise use for the purpose of
f tming lumber the timber on any
Of- t Wli owned or controlled by said
corporation, and to manufacture the same
into lumber and to sell or otherwise deal
in the said timber, lumber, and products
thereof, and to those ends to own, main-
tain and operate stills, refineries, saw
mills and other manufacturing devices and
facilities; to develop, cultivate, or other-


wise use for agricultural, trucking or hor-
ticultural purposes any of the lands owned
or controlled by said corporation, and
generally deal in fruits, nuts, agricul-
tural or horticultural prouuws; to buy
and sell both at wholesale and retail, and
otherwise deal and traffic in groceries, dry-
goods, hardware, all kinds of merchan-
dise, fertilizers, brick, lime, stone, and
building and plumbing materials of all
kinds; to do any acts or things which may
be necessary or convenient in the conduct
of any of the businesses hereing named,
including the erection of buildings, own-
ership of live stock, building, buying, sell-
ing, leasing, managing, owning, hiring and
operating vessels, tramways, railways,
dredges, lighters, engines, cars, or other
vehicles or means of transportation, for
the carriage and transportation of all
property or products held, controlled,
owned or manufactured by the said cor-
poration in connection with the business
of the said corporation, but not to use
the same for the purpose of doing the
business of a common carrier; to sub-
scribe for, purchase, receive, own, hold for
investment or sell, dispose of and make
advances upon, stocks, shares, bonds, se-
curities or obligations of other corpora-
tions wherever located or organized, en-
gaged in or pursuing any one or more of
the kinds of business, purposes, objects, or
corporations indicated herein, or of any
corporation holding or owning stocks or
obligations of any such corporation, and
while the holder or owner of any such
stock, bonds or obligations, to exercise
all the rights, powers and privileges of
ownership thereof, and to exercise all and
any voting powers thereof; to advance
and lend money upon securities of lands,
crops, personal property or commercial
paper; to invest any funds which may
come into the treasury of the corporation
and which may be owned by the corpora-
tion at pleasure and in such manner as
may be provided by the By-Laws; to bor-
row money and secure the same, and
moneys otherwise owing by the said cor-
poration, by mortgages, deeds, bonds,
notes, or other obligations thereof; to re-
ceive payment for capital stock subscribed
for in money or in property, labor or ser-
vices, at a just valuation thereof, in the
discretion or judgment of the Board of
Directors; to make contracts of any kind
whatsoever for the furtherance of its pur-
poses or business, to have a lien upon all
the shares of any stockholder who may
become indebted to this corporation, either
individually or as co-partner, surety or
otherwise, with the right to sell or dis-
pose of said stock, or such portion thereof
as may be necessary to pay off said in-
debtedness at either public or private sale,
and upon such notice and terms as the
Board of Directors may prescribe, and with
the further right to refuse to transfer
such stock until full payment of such in-
debtedness has been made; to make such
by-laws in furtherance hereof as may be
necessary; and, generally, to have, exer-
cise and enjoy all the rights, powers and
privileges incident to corporations for
profit organized under and by virtue of
the laws of the State of Florida.
III.
The amount of the capital stock of this
corporation shall be Fifty Thousand Dol-
lars ($50,000.00), to be divided into five
hundred shares of the par value of One
Hundred Dollars ($100.00) each, to be
paid for in lawful money of the United
States of America, cash, or in property,
labor or services in the discretion of the
Board of Directors. Ten per cent. of said


capital stock shall be subscribed for and
paid in before said corporation shall
transact any business.
IV.
The term for which said corporation
shall exist shall be ninety-nine years.
V.
The business of said corporation shall
be conducted by the following officers: a
president, a vice-president, a secretary, a
treasurer, and a Imard of not less than
three nor more than thirteen directors.
The offices of secretary and treasurer may
be held by the same person. The Board
of Directors may appoint subordinate of-
ficers of said corporation having such pow-
ers, duties and terms of office as may be
provided by the By-Laws. The directors
shall be elected by the stockholders at
each annual meeting; all other officers of
the corporation shall be elected annually
by the directors. The date of the annual
meeting of the corporation shall be held
on the first Tuesday of September of each
year. The stockholders shall meet on
Wednesday the second day of September,
1908, being the first annual meeting, at
the offices of the corporation in the city


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of Jacksonville, Florida, at ten o'clock A.
M., for the purpose of adopting by-laws,
holding first election of officers and com-
pleting the organization of the corpora-
tion. Until the officers elected at the
first election shall be qualified, the busi-
ness of this corporation shall be conducted
by the following dificers: J. A. Cran-
ford. President; D. M. Flynn, Vice-Pres-
ident; W. W. Cleaveland, Secretary and
Treasurer, and J. A. Cranford, D. M.
Flynn, W. W. Cleaveland, W. C. Powell,
.John C. Powell, John H. Powell, and
James Royall. Directors.
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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.
VIn
The names and residences of the sub-
scribing stockholders of this corporation,
together with the amount of capital stock
subscribed for by each, are as follows: J.
A. Cranford, Jacksonville, Florida, twen-
ty-five (25) shares. D. M. Flynn, Jack-
sonville, Florida, forty (40) shares; W.


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IACKSONVILLE. FLA.


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We operate one of the larg-
est and best equipped print-
ing plants in Florida. We
make a specialty of naval
stores printing commis-
sary checks, letter heads,
envelopes, bill heads, and
statements, etc., etc. Send
us your copy and specify as
nearly as possible the style
printing you want. We will
submit proof, sample of pa-
per 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
will leave the work to our
judgment, we believe that
we will please you. Or, if
you are satisfied with your
present stationery, send us
sample of same and we will
duplicate as nearly as pos-
sible.
We sell letter heads from
$2.35 per thousand up.
Envelopes from $1.75 per
thousand up. If we are
not already doing yonr
Printing, give us a trial
order. Samples submitted
upon request.

INDUSTRIAL RECORD CO.,


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THE WEEKLY INuUUTkIrAL RECORD. 9
capital $20AD,
HUTCHINSON SHOE COMPANY
VICTOR SHOES AND HATS
Wholesale o O s Jacksonville, Fla


W. Cleaveland, Jacksonville, Florida,
forty (40) shares; W. C. Powell, Jackson-
ville, Florida, fifty (50) shares; John C.
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 H. Powell,
W. C. Powell,
James Royall.
State of Florida,
County of Duval.-SS.
Personally appeared before me J. A.
Cranford, T. M. Flynn, W. W. Cleveland.
John IH 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&


Cook not.
WH Why not?
JACKSOIVILLE
GaS GAS COMPANY


Cypress Tanks
for AN Purposes
BEST MADE
Write fr Catelete
Preston Miller Co.


Dept. B


Crescent City, Fla


Ida I-Momos, Duval Planing Mill Co.
Notary Public for the State of Florida at
Large. My Commission expires May seveth a l abidrAve. J ces.lfteF.r
19th, 1911. July 25-6t. I Blder and Coutrct.rs Wi De Wll te


CHICAGO'S NEW POSTOFFICE. Have
The United States Senate committee on
public grounds and buildings recommended
an appropriation of $1,200,000 for the Pho.e x749.
purchase of a site for a branch post office
in Chicago, to be located in the western
portion of the city. The postal business W a
of the Windy City has grown beyond all
existing facilities. It is claimed that one- CERTIFI
thirteenth of the entire post office reve- Roeea,
nue of the United States comes from unl-
cago. JA


The


Us Bid a Their Work
in ur Lin.



Iter Mucklow,
ED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT,
6-47-48 Muatal Life BMg
Telephole ra
CKSONVILL. FLA.


l etropolls
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.

T DUVAL Jacksonville,

THE DUVAL Florida.
This Hotel has recently changed hands, and is under New Management
Throughly Renovated Throughout
Headquarters for Turpe ntine Operators
F. BARTOW STUBBS, 1. D. CRAWFORD,
Proprietor. Manager.


JOSEPH


Faultless Chip Skimmer
The best skimmer made, improving
every charge, making better rosin and
whiter spirits. Now ready for delivery at
$3.00 each. Order at once through your
factor. Guaranteed to pay for itself on the
first charge you use it.
FAULTLESS SKIMMER COMPANY,
Columbus, Ga.


ZAPF CO


Wholesle Dealer lan sad BetUsc f
AN HUSER- BUSCH
St. Louis Lager Bees


Lilers, Wins, Nn Watrs
Write fr Prie.


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

Your Profit!
Depends upon the quality and
workmanship of your Still. If you
have a leaky Still or one that is
easily Burned out, you will LOSB
MONEY. To be on the safe sde,
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 and today has more users than ever. Our Stille with their
HEAVY Bottoms and thick sides, with our LARGE Worms, made from the
very best grade of copper have no equal. Write or wire us for anything that
you need in the Still line, and you will get the BEST at a reaonahle Price.
When in need of any repair work, REMEMBER we have the Best still repair-
ers in the country.
"If You Don't Buy a Baker Still We Both Lose."



Wipe are asking Ioe
zippers, to write the Jobber
about our goods, be-
Scrapers, cause our facilities
for meeting the de-
mands of the trade
special To s are better than ever.

The COUNCIL TOOL COMPANY,
WANANISH, N. C.

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SJ. A. G. CAaRON. President J. F. DUsamaBUr. 1t Vice-Preadet
ST.A. JaIunINs. 2nd Vice-President. H. L KAyw, 3d Vice-Preddent and Sec.
H. F. E. ScFmar a, Treaurer.

: J. P. WILLIAMS COMPANY,

S I111 SCORES FClTOB UiD IMELUSILE S S.
SMain Office SAVAKNNXH, 0OROIm A
S Br.naeb m Oflie: 1 JJACK vO4VILL.. FL. l B ch Orocery 513 -.
Naval Stores Prodcers are Isvited to CorreWspod With Uis
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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.


SFLORIDA LIFE INSURANCE


COMPANY FORGING AHEAD


A4hievements of the Bme Institution Attracting Attention
All Over the Southern States.


FOUR MILLIONS OF BUSINESS


Seml-Annual Statement of Company Shews Great financial
Strength-Progress Due to Excellent Plicies and Bsl-
ness-Like Management.


The phenomenal progress of the Florida
Life Insurance Company and the large
volume of business being done by that in-
stitution is attracting widespread atten-
tion throughout the south, and on every
hand there ean be heard words of praise
for this home company.
The Florida ife has entered upon its
third year with the very brightest pros-
pects and its achievements during that
period under the able management of M.
D. Johnson, president, assisted by an ef-
fieent corps of officers and a strong and
influential board of directors, is a matter
of favorable comment. The company has
the confidence and moral support of the
people of the south and this has been on-
tained through its excellent management,
its incomparable policy-contraets and its
methods of fair dealing. Prow o 01 s is
manifested i nthe large volume of business
done, over $4000,000 of insurance having
been pritten to date.
The company is particularly identified
with Jacksonville on account of its home
office being located in this city, but its
name is rapidly becoming well known in
other sections besides Jacksonville and the
state of Florida. Only recently entrance
was made into the state of South Caro-
lina, after the company was thoroughly
investigated, approved and granted a
license by the insurance commissioner of
that state. A strong agency force has been
organized in the "Palmetto State" and the
company is winning its way against its
strong competitors for business there. Pre-
liminary preparations have already been
made for the company to enter several
other states in the near future.
Strong Financial Showing
A semi-annual statement as of June 30
Shas just been issued showing the Florida
Life to be in a most flourishing condition
in every respect. It has assets, including
stocks, bonds and first mortgages amount-
ing to 8187,000; also a surplus to policy-
holders amounting to $134,000. A strong
feature of this statement is to the effect
That the company has $3.60 assets for
Every dollar of liability to policy-holders.
k This showing iOdeW creditable, and is


not only a high compliment to the Florida
Life Insurance Company, but it means
much for Florida, for Jacksonville and
the south.
M. D. Johnson ,the company's president,
has long been identified with the success-
ful captains of industry of this section and
his name is synonymous with that which
means progress and prosperity in connec-
tion with all his undertakings. In 1899
he organized the Peninsular Industrial
Insurance Company in the face of dire op-
position. His principal asset then was a
thorough knowledge of the fhsurance ousi
ness coupled with indomitable courage,
perservance and a determination to
succeed. This company of which he is
now president, has a premium income of
over $100,000 a year and is considered one
of the strongest industrial insurance com-
panies in the entire south.
Successful Business Men.
The officers of the Florida Life are all
men who have made a success in their
commercial undertakings and who stand
for the progress, prosperity and develop-
ment of the south. Its board of directors
are men of great strength and who are
identified with some of the south's largest
and most successful business and financial
institutions. The slogan of the Florida
Life. to keep the money at home, has
struck a popular chord and has awakened
the public to the importance of cooperating
with home industries and thereby receiv-
ing the benefits.
Every Citizen Interested.
Every citizen of Jacksonville should be
directly interested in the success of a
home enterprise and every citizen of Flor-
ida should demonstrate his interest in the
Florida Life Insurance Company by be-
coming either a policy holder, a stock-
holder, or both. The scattering of its
issue of stock over a large number of
states makes hundreds of men interested
in the continued success of this company
at home and abroad.
The annual receipt of thousands of dol-
lars covering insurance premnuma, a good
portion of which is invested in Florida, is
an important item to the state. The com-
pany is operated upon sound insurance
principles and issues all standard forms
of policies.


DIAMOND VALUES DON'T FAIL
When your money is Invested in good Diamonds, you eed ever
worry about the markets. We have one of the most superb lines of pure
Diamonds in the South. Come and see for yourself.


11-13
Main St.


HESS & SLAGER 9
-aclos rvl W. Bay St.


BEST TANKS
ON EARTH

A" mm& in itr ., y iL Davis &
8a il he -sle.td i~ md tWork-
-. et.mbiuai AVIa aOPatae l.
o amkmity. Write them foprice and fan
SaM.DA before ym buy a tank

0Ji. DAVIS A SON. Paiatia. Fl.


Southern States Naval Stores Co.


Factors
Ship to Savannah


I.


Savannah, Ga.
and Commission Merchants
Get Competition Highest Prices Promptest Returns
Correspond With Us


J. S. Schofield's Sons Company,

eaquarters for

SDistiller's Pumping
; Outfit
No plant complete without one.
Hundreds of them in use in Georgia,
SFlorida, Alabama, Missisdppi and
* South Carolina. Write us for partliu-
Slars and prices. We also mrntufrtwe e
SE l n ,ines, Boilers ald Hiigh
: LGrade Machinry,
as well as carry a full and omnpleta
* --esockof-
; Mill Supplies, Pipe,
SBoiler Tubes, Etc.
Advise your wants.
* I IM Macon, -- Georgia.
i s A bTaedfat a Tlol titt oA
* e Kla "" TTko W*ka for Ter 2tseagss faMi
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PLANTERS

"Old Time" Remedies


THE JOY OF THE HOUSEHOLD.


KNIGHT CROCKERY


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FURNITURE COMPANY
JACKSONVILLE, FLA.


DIRECTORS:
D. C. Ashley.
G. A. Pfcewy.
Cam. LH. BrowS.
P. L Weeks.
J. G. Ceimard
H. Wealert.
s& Ber.


D. C. ASHLEY, President
B. W. BLOUNT, I1 Vice Preadeat
sad Genaral Manaer.
G. A. PETTEWAY. 2sd Vice P-es.
J. M. ASHLEY. 3d Vice Pres.
S. H. BERG. Sec. Md Tress.


DIRECTORS:
B. W. Blo t.
B. A. Carter,
T. G. Culbrethk
A. S. Petdieeoa,
B. G. Lastier.,
J. Ashley.
W. T. B. rra.


PENINSULAR NAVAL STORES CO.
SCommission Merchants
and Wholesale Grocers
Receving Points-Jacksonville, Tampa and Ferandina,
Fla., Savannah, Ga.

'Capital Stock. $1.000.000.


These four reat remedial, nuin Ta, Bneia, Cm Boiwt -i
and Cubas Oi, are the joy of the bomshold. With them near at hand, a
a-an ready for ay emerge. He h a safe, reliable al speedy relief lsa
for wife, children, self or stock. With these remedies you ean keep the Saea
doctor's hands out of your pocket, and yet have healthy, happy famny. C *
Besides, you e ure your tock of say ailment that -y befall the.
NUBIAN TRA-l Liquid er Powser Fa the great humly madia i
il eure ll sar arai of iver ad Kidy cospirts, Preonta Kiil l and MalErh
Fever. Cares the comme ailments of chilire; anl as a native ta ie it i it
an equal-.afe and reliMe. In the liquid, it i extremely palta eS r
like it-a it is READY FOR U8E.
BEMEDICTA is a woman's mediie. It will e all the diseases eommm to
womn, and headed as Female Trobles. It will bri youth back to the naded wma
who has g one suffering beeamse she thought it womaa hlot. It win ear ftr he
young gi just entering womaood; and prepare the young woman or the amra
duties of wife aad mother.
CUBAN RELIBF-The instant Paint Killer, for either ma or beast RelI
mttly, Coli, Cramps, Cholera Morbus, Diarrhoea, Dystemtery and Sick HE~nd
for eolie in hore it is a infallible remedy and is guaranteed to give relief in **
minote
CUBAN OIL-The Bet Bera an ere d Nerv*Lin is atisepti for eaos,
mwaged or torn fesh, and will instantly relieve the pain. Cures inet bites and stings,
eald and bmrns, bruises and ores, chapped hands and face. ore and teder fe
Believes rheumatic pains, lame baek, ti joints, and in stock eares wire fese eatas
smrathes, thrush, split, cellar aores, saddle gale, and dieased hoofs.
Write a ft Price
SPENCER MEDICINE CO.. Chattanooga. Ton



CUMMER LUMBER COMPANY


JACKSONVULLE. rLA.


H. D. WEED.


W. D. KRENSON


J. D. WEED & CO.,


Rough -s Dreased Lumber

Long Leaf Yellow Pihe.
BOXES M OMMES


W. L. WILSON,
Pres. a Treas.


JNO. ARRIIS.
Vice Pres.


. J. coI.,
Sec'y a en. Wer.


Savannah, Georgia

HEADQUARTERS FOR


Florida Cooperage Company


(Incarpocled) CApIal Stork 4100@000
MANVUACTVJRERS OF


Hoop Iron, Turpentine Tools,

Batting, Etc.


McMillan Bros.


Turpentine,


Telep


Cotton


Seed Oil, Dip


and Syrup Barrels.
Office and actry Enterprise and EsteUe Streets
hone 1855 Jacksonville, Fla.


To be Imitated is to be Flattered
We are leaders in our line of business. the cut herewith displayed is the repro-
duction of an actual photograph taken of one of our standard 30-bbl. Turpentine
Stills connected up in our yard, showing the Kettle, Cap, Arm and Worm, also the
Gate, location of seams and rivets. It is not a seamless still, but has the fewest
seams in it of any Still on the market.
This cut represents our actual production and is not made by a cast-off cut of
any other concern.
If your profit depends on the quality and workmanship of your Still it is evi-
dent that you must get a McMillan Still. All improvements that have been made
on Turpentine Stills that have been worthy of the consideration of the Producers
for the last decade are summed up in the McMILLAN TURPENTINE STILL of which
there are more in operation today than all other makes put together, and that they
are giving perfect satisfaction is shown by the ever increasing demand; because they
are built right. Possibly a little higher than any other at first cost, but your repairs
and the risk from fire is much less hazardous.
These goods are in your reach from Fayetteville, N. C., Savannah, Ga., Jackson-
ville, Fla., and Mobile, Ala.
ALL WORK GUARANTEED.


Jacksmmville, fina.


Also Fayettevle, N. C. Savamah, Ga. M6ile Aa.


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JACKSONVILLE

BRANCHES
Hotel Alcazar, St. Augustine, Fla.
Hotel Cordova, St. Augustine, Fla.
Hotel Magnolia, St. Augustine, Fla.
Hotel Homes

Jewelers and Importers of D
Fine China and Bronzes.
Hand Painted China,
Silverware a

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Hotel Royal Palm, Miam
Hotel Royal Poinciana, 1
Hotel Breakers, Palm Bea
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Palm B
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)iamonds, Precious Ston


Dealers in


Gold Jewelry,


High Grad


Clocks,


md 1847 Plated Ware

res. JAS. F. LANE, 2d Vice-Pres.


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Jacksonville. Florida.

^ Nsvel Stores Fectors and Comnmission
Merchants.

OFFICERS.
Z C. H. Barne Preident J. A. Ewing. Vice-Pr.dent.
E. B. Wells. Secretary and Treasurer.
DIRECTOIR. C. H. Barne. J. A. Ewing, R. S. Hall,
J. 1L. S. nders. E. C. Long, W. E. Cummer, E. B. Wells. W S.
JannIlng. G. W. Taylor
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James MeNaIt.
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W. W. Wider.
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John R. Young Co.,


Commission

Merchants.


Nar Stores factors. Wholesale ircers.


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I NAVAL STORES FACTORS
N AVAL STORS RnCnIVD AT SAVANAr, GA., JACEfM V.LL.4
SFLA, A"D rKawunTmA, PLA.
f Wholesale Grocers also Dealers in Hay. rain and Heary.
SHamewne*

SOLE AGENTS ftW us. ...."P Trb2"
MERCHANTS WAREHOUSES.
SAVANNAH, GA. JACISONVILLE. FL.A TAMPA, f.A .

WILLIAM A. BOURS JAMEK 0. lAl

WILLIAM A. BOURS & COMPANY
TIE OL6 4EST SaUUSE CmRAIN AM 'ES IMeJe U T1E STATt.
Hay, Grain, Feed Ganren
Seeds, PWltry Supplies, lfur,
Grits, Meal and fertilizers.
Ou "nee : APrt Bs Y ST. as See. Cade 1t
206 EAST BAY ST., JACKSONVILLE, FLA.


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