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Title: Weekly industrial record
Portion of title: Industrial record
Physical Description: 19 v. : ill. ; 35 cm.
Language: English
Creator: Turpentine Operators' Association
Publisher: Industrial Record Co.
Place of Publication: Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: August 22, 1908
Publication Date: -1909
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Lumber trade -- Newspapers -- Southern States   ( lcsh )
Naval stores -- Newspapers -- Southern states   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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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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K aL'Y MEAVAL SToRES,
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ATLANTIC COOPERAGE CO.
HAIM -IMADE SPIRIT BARRF.I F-
Our custonmrs say "It pays to use Atlantic Barrels."
Telephone 3444.764. Office CoMolidated Ded*m-.
J. McN. Wright, Manaer. Jacnksoville. Fla

East Coast Lumber Co.
Atlantic Coast Line R, Re .H AND DRPOnP LoN LEAF
GOES EVERYWHERE Yellow Pine Lumber

North, South, East and West Bundled Rosin BarrelStaves in Carload Lots
Stesamer Shipmenats a specialty.
Consult the Purple Folder."
For detailed information, rates, schedules, reser- WATERTOWN, FLORIDUA
vations, see your nearest ticket agent. Call on or
write to *
THE COMMERCIAL BANK
A. J FRITOT, JACKSONVILLE. FLA. Bramre Ocab a La e Ciy
Divisicm Pasenger Agent, The largest lading StEte Bak in Jackmoarille. Is umda d is n s M-
farmbiamd triely e.M rvativ mmar and i subject to regular einl--
FRANK C. BOYLSTON. Trav. Pass. Agent. by the Comuarptel.
mIn.avinduaI and Saviage A mesnes i dted.
ATLANTIC COAST LINE. Jacksonville. Fla. H. ROBuISOM, w. 1 oWr, H. GAIuan
Prmianret Vir-Premaa t. s
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NAVAL STORES COMPANY.


CONSOLIDATED


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


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OFFICERS.
WALTER F. COACHMAN Prkhlnt; D H. Mrn.A, L H L. OOVINGTON, JOHN H. POWEI, B. B. POWELL ad W. J. KELLY, Vise Premidant
J. C. ITTL, Secretary sad Treaurer at Jacksaoville; J. Q. HODGE, Asssta- t Secretary at Saammah; J. K. ROZIER, AMstant Secretary at Pr .
EILULJUIV CODMIrTBE: W. W. Cmmer, W. F. Oechman, W. J. Hilna, C. B. Rogers, and A. k Hnbbard
DIRBGnORS: W. J. HMlm, W. W. OCmmer, D. H. MeMill W. F. naedman, W. C. Powell, H. L Oviugta, C. B. Rogers, John H. Powell. A. B. Hu
bard, A. Alfrd, C. W. Dean, B. B. Pwell, W. J. Kedy.


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
of the Producers. The patronage of turpentine operators everywhere Invited.
Two Million acres of Land and Timber for sale on easy terms.
Producers are invited to call or correspond.
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WEEKLY


INDUSTRIAL


RECORD.


PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. DEVOTED TO NAVAL STORES. LUMBER AND MANUFACTURINGINIG h~Ir b.


d.opgd Sept.12. IZ. by t l ajoi r r C omae lf thee Tuirpini Opermslr' Amiiciao a i Emuwie OEc aI Orann. and adopted Sepit L 02. in Amnnual Conweaiu. a a Oiciial abs al l h e Gn Atcidn. Adapsd Sept. IL. 9O = &A t
Only Oma Ori m o.f Tp.eimie Opeoasrs' Amtimrdame. Adapek d April 27. f03. i Oiai Or n ofl Ihe a d l arSe Cone Gren' Am ciaio. Ended by Geor3ia Sawomill Aisocoim. Oiid oL Souainab S> GrowsGo Amieinir.




West Florida Operators Will Support the Proposed


Naval Stores Marketing Company.


(By Special (Correspondence.)
Pensacola, Fla.
A FTER an extensive trip through
West Florida, for the past several
weeks, visiting the turpentine opera-
tions of that territory in company with
Mr. B. F. Bates, timber expert, (onsoli-
dated Naval Stores Co., Jacksonville, dur-
ing which time more than one hundred
turpentine operators were visited and in-
terviewed by our correspondent, as to the
feelings of the operators, in regard to the
coming organization of the Naval Stores
Marketing Company of Jacksonville, the
plans of which are now being perfected
by the special committee appointed by the
Jacksonville Board of Trade early in July
last.
We are advised that there exists an
unanimous feeling of good will toward the
new project, and that the operators of
West Florida will give the new company
unprecedented support, and will receive
the hearty co-operation of every man en-
gaged in the naval stores business.
At this time the turpentine operators
are keenly alive to the wholly unreason-
able and deplorable condition existing at
this time in the naval stores industry, and
pray for some relief from the most ruin-
out state of affairs in their business.
which is slowly, but surely, forcing the
operators into a state of despair. and in
some instances into abject bankruptcy.
Throughout Holmes county, Walton
county, Santa Rosa county, Escambia
county and several others visited, there
exists an extreme feeling of uneasiness
over the present market, which is also un-
derlaid with a still greater feeling of
dread and doubt, as to just what the op-
erator can expect, and as to whether or
not conditions will continue to become
even more demoralized in the near future.
And as far an a number of the operators
are concerned, a remedy to relieve the
present condition, and the fear of worse
conditions to come, is despaired of.

It has been freely stated throughout
this territory, with possibly a very few
exceptions, that the turpentine operators
will realize little or no profit on this
year's crop, and in a number of instances
the operators express themselves as very
fortunate if they make expenses and
meet their outstanding obligations. A few
of the larger operators are at present con-
sidering the advisability of holding in
their own yard over the winter the bulk
of the rosin they will make from now on,
and there is no doubt that in some in-
stances this will be done, in the event that
prices on the low grade rosins go off to


any great extent in the near future.
As in all nmoivetiient s of tine imagnitl ude
of thin projected Naval Stores Marketing
( onlanyi so(me few (ol".rators express
doubt as to tihe a;bilit\ of this new comn-
pany to enter the field and successfully
conipete with tlhe American Naval Stores
manyan, Savannah, and have advanced
as au argument the failure of the late
Naval Stores Export ( olnpany of several
years ago, and fear that it is not unlikely
that failure will overtake the Naval
Stores Marketing ('onma)ny for the same
reasons and tlhe same c .uses that attenl-
ed the failure of the Expolrt (lComany.
However, the setting forth of the follow-
ing convincing substantial. undeniable
facts as to the Naval Stores Marketing
Company, was sullicient to vanish all
questions of doubt from the minds of
these. larticuilar oprators.
First-The organizers of this company
are the leading business men of the whole
turpentine belt. and are taking every pre-
caution to place the new company on a
firm and conservative basis.
Scomnd-The certain co-operation of
timelwr interests controlling !0 per cent
of the timber available for turlentining.
with the operators producing over 50 per
cent of the entire output, will assure the
consumers of the Naval Stores Marketing
Company's ability to deliver their con-
tracts, not only at the time contracted
for. lbut also on all future contracts.
Third--The consumers. both domestic
and foreign, will necessarily grasp the sit-
uation. and conse*luently desire to do their
business through the Naval Stores Mar-
keting (Company. controlling as they will
the bulk of the production of naval stores,
and the source of future supply.
Fourth-The interest represented by the
Naval Stares Marketing Company, as
stated, will run into tlie hundreds of mil-
lions of dollars, and that the welfare of
these great interests will Is' proelrly look-
ed after is a foregone conclusion.
Fifth.-That in consequence the oper-
ator and those interests identified with
the manufacture of nava~ stores will be
benefited in like proportion to that of the
whole business.
During an interview witl Mr. T. A.
Jennings, President WVilliams Naval Stores
Company. Pensaeola. Mr. .lennings said,
among other things, in regard to connect-
ing himself with the Naval Stores Mar-
keting companyy that he was connecting
himself with the new company solely for
business reasons, with the definite inten-
tion and desire to make iinoney for himself
and his olwrators. That the Naval Stores
Marketing ( 'oilany is lIased on sounI and
legitimate business principles, promoted


anicl luckedl 1byi blliiness nien of unques-
tioned standing in tlie business and indus-
trial pursuits, and witli the one purlpese
( f conductitilnl the business of thie eollmanyi
on sound and conservative methods, and
furthtlrmoire, witl tlhe idea to make money
for the stock holders and ol orators, and
Il;tce the unival Itorevs Ibusiness on a firm
foundation for tle future. Mr. Jennings
said. in connection that he was fully sat-
istied that the Naval Stores Marketing
company y would prove ;ian unqualified sue-
e'ss. from thle outset Furthernmore, that
he w':s not ill tihe naval stores business for
his health. nor feor any charitable purpose,
but was uinde.nia ly in the business to
minake monney. And Ielieving that the Na-
ail Stores eMarketing (Coinipany will make
money, lhe sees every reason why lie should
identify himself with tile company, and
ltcomie one of tihe large stockohlders.
.t a laterlinterview with 3 r. A. Sessoms,
President Imoifay National Bank. Bonifay,
and who is largely interested in the mann-
facture of naval stores in this vicinity,
Mr. Sseson s went ion to say. among other
things, in regard to tlie Naval Stores Mar-
keting companyy that le had every faith
in the complete suceess of the new com-
panyv; that the manufacturers, business
and professional iiien now identified with
the promotion and organization of the
etmlpany, is a sullicient guarantee that
tlhe concern's business interests will be
looked after and conducted along safe,
sane, conservative and honest channels.
Tliat every turlsentine operator, and all
others connmeted with and depending on
the naval stores industry for business or
other reasons, shoiul give to the Naval
Stores Marketting companyy their entire
undividle suplulrt. nmorally and financially,
:.s tlhe sutcce'ss of the new company will
imeian the uplifting of the naval stores in-
dustry out of tlhe slough. mean better
prices andl a fair profit to the operator.
and general prosperity to all those many
interests depending on the naval stores
Ilsiness. Mr. Sessonis went on to say
that to his miind the success of the Naval
Store's Marketing (Company is assured, and
I shall identify myself with the new com-
Ilany.
The oclerators visited in West Florida
were as follows: Darlington & Co., Dar-

iington: IHugh Ray. (tarniers; Walton land
and Timls'r Co.. IeFuniak Springs; Bar-
It-r Bros.. Milton: Pace Mercer & Co., Mil-
ton: W\. S. (;reelu & (o., Argyle; J. C.
(Crinmsley & Bro., Westville; A. M. (rims-
ley & lro.. Faalco. Ala.; .. J. Jil'Caskill,
Free port: W. \V. llarrison, Milton: (Irims-
Ily IBros.. Milton; Acume Turlentine Co.,
Isoggy; (restview Turpentiie Co., Crest-
view; Walker, Bros., Noma; Adams Bros.,


DeFuniak Springs; Pierce & Co., Grace-
ville; .. 1). Ross, Freelport; Stearns, Culver
& ('o., Bagdad; Savage & Co., Crestview;
1..I. eDaniel. Hear Head; Santa Rosa
Turpentinie (o., Milton; Blake & Patter-
son. Holly; Davis. Rose & Co., Deerland;
I. Re. Rose, l)ar Hlead; R. Wyck, Milton;
I.. Thornton & Co., Milton;W. W. Butt &
(o.. Vernan; Cameron Bros., Oscar; W. A.
(;reer & Co.. Blackman: W. A. Mills & Co.,
Itliifay: Varn & Co.. Molino; DeSoto Tur-
lIentine Co.. Pollard; W. A. Monroe, Black-
man: Bryant & Denton, Oscar; Walton,
Melton & (o., Muscogee; MeRay & Co.,
Molssy Head; Richardson & Co., Wallace;
F. J. aall. lDeFuniak Springs; R. S. Ray,
Melcavid; McKenzie, Rose & Co., Boggy;
II. C. Register. Bear Head; J. B. Kelly,
Nomna; 1). E. Murphy, (lendale; Godwin
Itros., Midvale; E. T. Johnson, Milton;
Ievi O'Steen, Caryville; Peter Paul, West-
ville; Sessoms Bros., Bonifay; Parker &
( o.. Rocky Bayou; J. F. Poore, Milton; J.
E. West Co., Vallee; Miles Andrews Co.,
Silas; Cotton Holts & Co., Holt; Deerland
Turlsentine Co., Crestview; J. C. Helms,
Ocar: Ewing Bros.. Holt; C. A. Iawrence,
Alliance; .1. W. Williams, Bonifay; D. P.
Ray. Milligan; W. W. Oliver, Crestview;
Star Turlentine (o., Cantonment; J. Wilk-
inson (restview; J. C. Howell, Blackman;
D. R. King & Co.. Harris; J. B. MeKeith-
an, Milligan; B. H. Lindsay, Caryville;
IBarnneau & Trammel, Pensacola; Denmark
& Co., Wallace; 'larke & Co., Bonifay;
I)avis Clary Co., (ampton; Sale, Davis &
Co., SoutliPort; Rocky Turpentine Co.,
Iolton; Parker, Thorn & Co., Sullivan;
Maybin Still. Bonifay; Mclavid Turpen-
tine Co., MeDavid; J. A. Rlichbourg, Crest-
view; F. M. Baggett, Milton; (old Springs
Turlentine Co., Esto; Beeland & Co.,
IDarlington; A. A. Blow, Graceville; Bry-
ant Turlsentine Co., Jay, Florida.

The aggregate production of the above
turlentine operators this year will be ap-
proximately 45,000 barrels of spirits tur-
Ientine. and 135.000 round barrels of rosin.
This proluect will ultimately be handled
by tlhe Naval Stores Marketing Company,
and at this time there is an universal re-
gret that the new company is not prepared
as yet to receive shipments of naval stores.
That the stock of tlhe new company will
be liberally subscribed for by the operators
of West Florida. there is little if any
doubt.
The operators in general are thoroughly
disgusted with the unprofitable unreason-
abli, and demoralized condition of the na-
val stores market at this time, and now
look forward to the new Naval Stores
Marketing Company for relief from these
conditions.
H. B.PIERCE.








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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 Mfg. Co., Columbus, Ga., or to HENRY ELSON, Florida Mgr., Jacksonville, fla.


URGES QUICK T. 0. A. MEETING.

Industrial Record:
Dear Sir-"We must have a change right
now or else som'pn' gwine drap." We
cannot make burps and rosin at the prices
we are now getting, as we are not getting
enough out of our products to pay tlhe
hand for the work it takes to produce it.
I think the T. O. A. should call the oper-
ators together first of Septemler and let's
form a company to take over all our hold-
ings in the woods and get all the produc-
ing end under one head, and then we might
be able to control the output for another
year. If this was doini we could borrow
enough cash to shut our plants down and
not produce another barrel of spirits or
rosin until such time as the prices would
warrant a profit to the producer. Now,
someone may say this cannot be done, but
it can. Every operator in the business
can make enough on his present crop that
he will have in tle woods by September
1st to pay necessary expenses of closing
down his plant next year. Some may say


what about your account due the factors?
Well, let the factor wait on the operator.
and let the banker wait on the factor. If
need be they can all wait for if things go
on like they are now, we are all going to
wait. Let's pool our places or sell out to
a company and get all the prodlucing under
one head. Let everyblody take stock in
the company for whatever his place is
worth. There could le a committee ap
pointed to appraise each man's place and
base all property at a fair valuation. I
cannot see how such a company could hurt
anybody, and in time would remedy our
present trouble. This can be done, I be-
lieve, for if prices continue as they are the
factors are going to have to carry the op-
erator for all he owes no wand his win
ter's exlwnses addel. I wish something
like the above could le done, and I am
ready to sell all I've got to the company
above named. I would like to hear some-
one that has about half a bushel of brains
express his opinion along the same lines.
If there ever was a time when we needed
brains, push, energy and money, it is now.
We have just got to do something, and do
it now.
I hope the T. O. A. will call a meeting
at an early date for the purpose of organ
izing a company along the lines I am try-
ing to tell you about.
From At- Operator That Has Financial
Hernia.

How They Were Voting.
What some one happens on election day
calls a good story of Uncle Chester Thom-
as, a noted character in Tolwka. Kansas.
There was a hot municipal contest going
on in Topeka. On the day of the election
Uncle Chester, who had been making a
tour of the polls, drove breathlessly to the
party headquarters, and, approaching his
eldest son. exclaimed, in that comical, quiv-
ering voice which nobody but George N.
Peck could ever quite imitate:
"Dolph, go down quick to the Second
Ward; the fellers down there are voting
just as they d-d please."


THE HOPEFUL SIDE OF COMMERCIAL ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION OF stock subscrilnd by each are as follows:
PROSPECTS. CENTRAL SPRINGFIELD COMPANY. John H. Williams, Jacksonville, 20
1 some results tie situation in the 'The undersigned persons hereby asso- shares.
I somec respectsv thel. situatior in te r E. Swisher, Jacksonville, 20 shares.
nuid-sunmmer of 1!) 0 is similar to that of iate themselves together for the pulr- (h'o. Swisher, Jacksonville, 20 shares.
Tn post of forming a corporation under the ('hil s. E. laas. .Jacksonville, 60 shares.
i!M;. Then, as now, trade was stagnant. laws th Stat of Fria and do adopt I witness whereof we have hereunto
But the causes of the stagnation are much th follg Artices of Incorporation: su rils** our naies and allied our seals
less serious now than they were then. At this 13ith dlay of August A. D. 1908.
that time the country had not recovered Geo. E. Swisher, (Seal.)
front tie effects of the panic of 1893, and Tihe Inaii of this corporation shall be John H. Williams (Seal)
that convulsion was far more widespread (CENTIAL SPR;INl IELD) COMPANY, Chas. E. Haas, (Seal)
and disastrous than was the setback of aun its principal place of business snal o
1M)7. In 1849i. as in IM08. politics was a I.e in the ( ity of .lJcksonville. Florida. It Lhil o ullt,.
,Duval < county.
disturbing element in the situation. As sLhall have the right to transact business lIefore ie, all icer duly authorized t,
all of us remenlenlr. the distullrm, n- c-nae in any other city town or municipality in
take acknowledgements, Iprsonally ap-
fromn tihe candidate who causes it this this State or anlly other State in the pearl .n I. illiams, Geo. Swisher
I,' .|ar year. Thle candidate who was far more t'nited States. and ('has. E. as, known to me and
forlidablel th thethan he seems to lse to- 2. kns wo
r *knowlln by nie to I' the lersons who sub-
day. The cause for tile alarml at that time The general nature of the business to be ri t the freeing Articles n nor-
.-ribLe to tlht foregoing Articles ol Ineor-
was real, and inmilnent, and the business transa(ted by said corprlation shall be to
Separation of the (Central Springfied Com-
torlor registered the alarm. own, Ibuy and sell real estate, both im- h
I' any. who. Ulpon Ilwing sworn, each for him-
Thlere are tree favorable factors at provehi and unimproved, both for Itself slf. say tat sign the oregon
I't cr nself. sacf -s talat .e signed the foregoin.
present -crops, money and Iplotics. The and as agents for others; to collect rents; 1 ,


general aggregate of the crops pronlse to
lIw greater than ever before. Money is
plentiful and low. The result of thei e *e-


to liorrow andl lend money for itself and
for others: to luiild houses for itself and
for others anll to sell the same either for


tions in 1Wi6 and 11.00 stands an excellent easlh or on credit, and generally to do all
chance to t1 repeated in 19(M. things usually done by a real estate com-
WVhile tilhe country's population has in- Ilany.
creased twenty-four iler cent since ISti, 3.
the corn yield this year promises to be The1 amount of capital stociK or said
twenty-five ipr cent greater than it was cor-oration shall Ib Ten Thousand Dol-
then, the wheat crop is forty l'r cent. lars. to be divided into one hundred shares
larger than it was in that year. and the of tlhe iar value of One llundred Dollars
cotton output is eighty per cent. greater each. Payment for said capital stock
than it was then. while the aggregate nmay I made in cash or in real estate or in
value of all the farm products ill 1!08, ac- services rendered at a just valuation to be
cording to the forecast Ilade by tie See- lixed by tIhe Board of Directors. No
retary of Agriculture, will Iw $8,000,000.- stockholder shall sell or transfer his stock
000, which is 100 Iwr cent more than that in this Corporation without the consent
of 1896. of all the other stockholders.
In the sainm twelve years in which the 4.
country'ss inhabitants increased twenty- The terlnl for which said corporation
four lwr cent its circulation has grown 100 shall exist shall be for ninety-nine years.
I'er cent. Thlie Ibanks of New York, Chi- 5.
cago, St. Ilulis and the rest of the money ThI- business of the corporation shall
centers seldom held more cash than they It,-v nducted y the following officers: a
doll-t('(l b tll' following officers: a
do now. President, a Vice-President and a iecre-
In the fiscal year which ended with tary and Treasurer. and a Board of not
-Iune 30, 108.. or sales of merchandise to less than three nor more than five Di-
the outside world exceeded our purchases retors. The Secretary arl Treasurer
to the extent of *606.000,000. It is a fact! rai one aNd ter ame Tr
may Iw one anld the samlle 1xra;n_


of profound significance, too, that much of
this increase in exports was in manutac-
tured articles. The great trade balance,
theI largest which has ever been accumu-
lated in our favor in a single year. has
equipped us with a fund in Europe's finan-
cial centers which we can draw on at any
moment when we need the money. For
the time being we have more cash than we
can put to profitable use, and are lending
it to any country which pays the price.
This is the explanation of some of the re-
cent gold outgo.-James W. Van Cleave,
President National Association of Manu-
facturers. in American Industries for Au-
gust.


TIT FOR TAT.
"I broke a record today. Had the last
word with a woman."
"Ilhdn't think it possible. llIw'd it halt.
en ?"
"'Why, I said to a woman in the car
lMadam have my seat.' "-Philadelphia
Ledger.


Ilntil tlhe ollicers elected at the first
annual election are qualified, the business
of the corporationn shall be conducted by
the following-nallm l officers: John H.
Williams. President; Geo. E. Swisher,
Vice-President. Chas. E. Haas, Secretary
and Treasurer, and John 1H. Williams,
( eo. E. Swisher and Chas. E. Haas, Direc-
tors.
The first annual meeting of the stock-
holders shall I- held on the first Monday
in Septenrllr, 1908. and the first annual
mIeeting of the Directors shall be held im-
nediately after tlle stockholders' meeting.
The regular annual meetings of the stock-
holders and Directors shall be held there-
after on the first Monday in September in
each and every year.
6.
The hiillghoes amounllt of indebtedness to
whlih c aid lcoropoiration mnay subject itself
shall Is ten thoIlsalnd dollars.
7.
The names and residences of the sub-
scribers and the amount of the capital


. it l to nllorporaltinll for tie purposes
Imentioned, therein.
Sworn to and sulxsriled before me nis
13th day of August A. D. 1908.
Elwyn N. Moses,
Notary Ilublic State of Florida at Large.
My Commission expires March 3, 1910.
8- 16-4t.

SHERIFFS SALE.
Under and by virtue of an execution is-
sued out of antd tnder the seal of The
('ount y C(ourt of l)Duval county, -'rida,
ulonm a certain judgment rendered in said
court ont the 7th day of September A. D.
1908. in that certain suit where Cummer
Lumber Collpany, a corporatic ., etc., is
plaintiff and A. C. Shannon is defendant, I
have levied uiln and will offer for sale
andl will sell to the highest bidder for eash,
Iwfore the court house of Duval County,
Florida, on Monday the 3rd day of Au-
gust A.\ 1). If8. during the legal hours of
sale, the following described property, to-
wit: Lots one (I), two (2), three (3),
five (5). six (6), seven (7). and eight (8) in
Block Forty-eight (48). Edgewood, Duval
countyy Florida, according to plat of same
recorded in Plat Book 42 at page 37 of the
public records of said luval County, Flor-
idla. said lots al)ove described being all of
said Illtk Forty-eight (48) except Lot
four 14) therein. and said property being
sold to satisfy said execution.
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Jacksonville and Savannah Comparative Naval Stores Market For Week

Ending Aug. 21, 1908.


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SATURDAY
Jax. Sav.


6.25
6.05
5.40
4.80
4.20
3.55
3.40
2.90
2.85
2.55
2.45
2.25


6.35
6.15
5.50
4.90
4.30
3.65
3.45
2.92'/:
2.90
2.60
2.50
2.35-2.40


WEDNESDAY.
Jax. Sav.


6.(00
5.90
5.35
4.75
4.20
3.55
3.40
2.80
2.70
2.50
2.40
2.25


6.25
6.00
5.30-5.40
4.70-4.80
4.30-4.40
3.60-3.65
3.40-3.50
2.85-2.95
2.80-2.85
2.50-2.60
2.45
2.40


MlONDAY
Jax.
6.35
(i.00-6.05
5.35-5.40
4.75
4.20-4.25
3.50-3.55
3.44)
2.85-2.90
2.80-2.85
2.50-2.60
2.40-2.45
2.25-2.30


Sav.
6.35
6.15
5.45-5.521/
4.85-4.90
4.30
3.65
3.40-3.45
2.90-2.95
2.85-2.90
2.55-2.60
2.50
2.35


THURSDAY.
Jax. Say.
5.90 6.25
5.65 5.75
5.15 5.25
4.50 4.60
4.15 4.25
3.55 3.60-3.65
3.30 3.35-3.40
2.(8 2.90-2.95
2.70 2.75-2.80
2.40 2.45-2.50
2.35 2.40-2.45
2.25 2.35-2.45


TUESDAY
Jax. Say.
6.15 6.35
6.00 6.15
5.30-5.35 5.40
4.75 4.80
4.20-4.25 4.30
3.50-3.55 3.65
3.40 3.45
2.80-2.90 2.90-2.95
2.80 2.85
2.50 2.55
2.40-2.45 2.45-
2.25-2.35 2.40


FRIDAY
Jax. Sav.
5.90 6.00
5.60 5.75
5.10 5.25
4.50 4.60
4.10 4.25
3.55 3.60
3.30 3.35
2.80 2.80-2.90
2.70 2.75-2.80
2.42 2.40-2.471;-
2.35 2.35-2.40
2.25 2.30-2.35


SPIRITS TURPENTINE

SATURDAY. MONDAY. TUESDAY.
Jax. Say. i Jax. Sav. Jax. Say.
35: 35 35/. 335% 35 j 35%
WEDNESDAY. THURSDAY. FRIDAY.
Jax. Sav. Jax. Say. Jax. Say.
351'/ 35: 351 35% 35 35:y4-36


Naval Stores Receipts and Shipments Here and in Savannah
For Week Ending August 21 1908.


SPIRITS TURPENTINE
Receipts. Sales. Shipments. Stock.
Jax. Say. Jax. Say. Jax. Sav. Jax. Say.
Saturday .............. 129 1059 105 332 100( 648 4085l 39800
Monday 559 1064 767 1415 708 178 40881 40686
Tuesday 389 1166 356 1150 101 480 40732 41372
Wednesday ................ 523 1147 734 319 2(0) 358 41020 42161
Thursday ................ 277 1124 223 597 5 22 41343 43263
Friday 357 1300 241 1410 423 41570 44140


ROSIN
Saturday.................. 885
Monday 2119
Tuesday...... .... ....... 1466
Wednesday .......... 2042
Thursday................ 1214
Friday 1178


3305
3480
3655
300S
3037
4003


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974
1848
1249
2684
1036


2736 5H00
3179 1916
3016 2827
3718 2100(
2905 2980
2997 -


1891
1123
210
1893
145
1316


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78549
78752
77391
77333
75567


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FACTS ABOUT NAVAL STORES IN
MEXICO.
Mexico City, August Ilth, 190S.
Editor Indlustrial Record:
Referring to your issue of J.lly 11, 1
read the resolutions adopted by the Jack-
sonville Board of Trade, and in order to
correct the impression existing as to the
naval stores situation in Mexico, I will
state the following facts which cannot be
dispuiced:
There are only eight (S) turlpntine
stills in operation at the present time,
and three of these are small concerns.
As near as I could find out-and niv in-
formation is reliable-the annual output'
of these stills will not exceed 2.500 bar-
rels of turpentine, and 9.000 barrels of
rosin. There is a ready market for all
Mexican production and the question of
exporting naval stores from this country
is not seriously considered.
From the section of Haciendas, Depart-
ment of the Interior, I have been fur-
nished with the information that for the
last fiscal year of record, 190t-1907, the im-
ports of "Aguarras and Trementina," as
they style turpentine and rosin, amounted
to a total of 3789 kilos. with a total val-
uation of $16.410. There was no separa-
tion of the items, and J judge from the
valuation that the importation consisted
of rosin altogether. From the United
States consulate I was supplied with
these figures: Imported into the United
States in the year 1940i from Mexico. 26.-
(i9 gallons of turpentine. valued at $12,-
307. or say 532 barrels. Iluported into
the Inited States in the year 1907 from
Mexico 3.000 gallon. of turpelntine. valued
at $1,793 or say i0 barrels. Not so much
of a shower, after all.
Trusting the above will lwe of some in
terest and value, I remain.
C. B. TOVW SEND.


The Naval Stores Industry and Its


Present Precarious Condition.


The following letter from Mr. A. (I.
Kline. manager of the Standard T'iurlpn-
tine andI IL.nlilmr ( .. of Windsor, S. ('.. we
publish for 1it, vast ainoint of goi.1 in-
forniationi containtl therein with refer-
otnce to the naval stores industry. _Many
ol the opinions expressed liy the eorrt'l l1
,dent we agree with. (1liers. however. ve
do not endorse. and we think on the whole
his ideas allout a "'-ireintly" alr not well
founded. The' article is interesting, how-
ever. and we are glad to give Mr. K'it.c
space in the lec-ord:


Editor Industrial l:e-ord:
It may interest some of your many
readers to lie told something about the
prtlduction. malnufactu re and marketing (of
spirits of turloentint alinl rosin. cominionly
called naval stores.
These imnlurtant articles of conimmerce
are the protlnetof the long leaf yellow iinte.
which grows t to lsrfection in tith States of
North and lSouth Carolina. (:eorgia. Ala
bama, Mississippi. 'lorida and Louiisiana
anti part of Texas. There are also for-
rests of trl.litilit i t imls'r. as yellow line
is -called. in Mexico and loniduras. This
coiimprises all tlie kno ,w tturcnlltine area:
on the continent of America.
The menthlods of extracting tile ginm or dipt
front the trees is as folllows: There is a
cavity cnt in tihe stumpi o f the tree,. Isial-
1y six incl ab to i ite ground this cavity
is called a box, into which lithe glllnt exudes.


chipping, is identical with the other
mlnet Inhl.
\\ len the ilsxes are well tilled with gum
they art' lili|M l iout with a flat steel spoon.
andi tile gain carried in l1 rrels to the still.
It is usually ligulliet that 1one- thousand
Boxes will vielil three liarrels of gum at
.each dippiing. Ioit two and one-half barrels
of fifty" gallons each is nearer the correct
figuree. as sone trees yield m niuc less gum
I halln t ihers.
The stilling is donlii in a copper still
where Ilie- guil is separated over a slow fire
and then colndense I l v running through
a copperr worni standing in tank of cold
water. Tlh,' rI-iiliiiit. wv'ichi is tile rosin.,
is ruin ,tot of aln opIning in the side of the
still. this oWlning is called the tail gate,
tlit rosin is tlien straiinut through tine wire
cloth andt tlen cotton hitting into a vat.
IIIen it is ilippil into barrels and when{
tiold is ready for shipment. The yield un-i
iAt-r lnorial conditions is .55 gallons of spir-
its of turpentine andi 4 cmunercial bar-
rels of rosinl, from live barrels or 250 gal-
lIlls ilt guni. A coinlllllriii libarrel of rosin
weights 218t) lpoon. .fter ehip|ing is
over for the season, the gum which ad-
hert-i t to the trees and hardened bv the
weather. ail n which is called scraue, is
then remove fromn tlhe trees. The yield
of sctra;tp is alillt ione to three pounds to
'aeli I.ix. according to the height the chip-
ping has Isien done. This serl.we is distilhll
in i similar manner as the guin, and will
usually yield fifty gallons of turpentine


"IIIII X-l ll U~l~lllll~~ll''lll lWTTClS OI rosiln ro
nT e ca vity th us cut is suaily six and one then l on- n erial b rrels of ro i
half ;n.hh. 1 4-..., thr. .. tl*....... ..II o.; three thousand Umuds of scrape, but if


half inches horizontally into thel tree and
twelve inches across the face. Each losx,
when full. is supillosetl to hold one quart ,of
guml. 1The nilllbIr of Ii)xes out in a tree
varies from oine to four. according to thet
size of tie tree. Ie-fore the cutting of
these lioxes tlie turpentline oli-rator tllurns
off the wa s.s, clearing it of all under-
brush and other inllaniable avcnlumulations.
in order to secure the Ihmes against acei
dental tires. and yearly thereafter. in the
fall or winter. as long as the tillsm'r is
used for turpentine )Iurposes, which will
average about five years, every tree is
raked in a circ-llllfereic-le of foilr feet froim,
the tree, as security against fire. tecanise
the wools cannot l, Ilbrnllt off as in the
first place without endangering the tur-
pentine boxes antd lHprhaps destroy the
timlier. Two or three weeks after Isxes
are cut. tlie corners are smoothed off,
which is called cornering. Thie trees are
then ready to Iw chipl ldl. This chipping
consists of removing alm)t one inch in
width and one-half inch in deptli of tlhe
laIrk and w(sol immediately above the mox
in the slhale of a chevron. tlhu V, .* ith tlhe
Isoint downward across the face of thie
tree. The chipping is done once every
week until tli end of tell season. about
O(tolx-r the 15th.
Boxes. newly cut. are called virgin and
are sullosedi to till with gulnl after three
chipping, as thie chipping continues tf) in-
crease the distance to tie lusx. it requires
more streaks to till it. There is another
nlethlio of obtaining thilt guiini 1lv thle luse
of earthen watl(lre or iron allcs which are
fastenedl to the tree and a gutter made to


the scrape is very dry it may require as
unictli as three thousands al five hundred
Ilpinils to obtain a:i0Ovt yiel. The turpen-
tiln is usually ship|iil in light oak barrels
holding fifty-four gallons.
'IThe total exports of spirits of turpen-
tine froi th ti tinitlte States from April 1.
19107. to April 1. 1908 aiountted to 17,-
ltiU.4lSM) gallons, as against an average of
thle previous six years of 16.200.000.
Tlei total exports of rosin from the
Ignited States from April 1, 1907 to April
1. 1908. anlountedl to :3.2tf.791, as against
an average of the previous six years of
2.(i61.-28. Exlports of resins are figured
in barrels of 280 Ipounds.
'These figures certainly prove tlat not-
withstanding the use of substitutes for
spirits of turelntine as claimed by certain
parties, the export s ar6 constantly increas-
ing, as also are the exports of rosin for
which so far there is no substitute.
The market for naval stores as made at
Savannah, seemtls to lt' a close corporation.
'There arte no ol-n hids or offers. The fac-
tors congregate at the ltrard of Trade
roomnls iand wait for the committee on quo-
tationsj to |Iost the 41quotaitons on a Ilack-
hiar i. This committee consults and fixes
prices. a-ccording to, bids received by the
different factor.s. It is done sub rosa, and
and thle very vitally interested producer.
who lmay ate'identally strany lint-i this temn
ple of coillnerce, where prices art fixed for
tiie comnllltolit y which affords sustenance
for himself and family, can discover noth-
ing Ibut flithe silent blackboard staring hill
in tilh fiae. andl a few wise imen sitting
:IroniId niaking a market and fixing prieres


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they are not interested, only so far as
their individual rake-off is eoncernend
Iere is an important business, amounting
to perhaps thirty or forty millions of dol-
lars ip'r year, and only one concern in po-
session of facts relating to supply, de-
nand. stocks, shipments, receipts and oth-
er inilm)rtant information. With no open
market where the producer or consumer
can have the best opportunity to see the
drift of prices.
There evidently is no organization of
prLotucers worthy of the name, and the
whole business is in the hands of one con-
cern which appears to be about the only
buyer of consequence of these naval stores
and the numerous factors or brokers who.
like cormorants or parasites, fatten on the
imor, defenseless ,producer, mainly sell the
product shipped to them, to this one con-
cern and therefore are in a manner allied
to them.
The expense of shipping and disposing of
turpi-ntine and rosin at Savannah is as fol-
lows:
Freight on turpentine 100 miles from
Savannah, 61 cents for 50 gallons.
Freight on rosin 100 miles from Savan-
nah, 9%'/ cents per 100 Ibs.
Storage on spirits, 4 cents per barrel
per month.
Storage on rosin, 3 cents per barrel per
ni,,th.
Inslpe'tion spirits, 9 cents per barrel.
InslrIetion rosin, 6 cents per barrel.
Insurance spirits and rosin, % per cent
on gross sales.
(Coninission spirits and rosin, 2% per
cent on gross sales.
lesites there is leakage, broken bar-
rels, turning barrels which increases the
expense. Now it matters not whether the
sell your product on arrival or held it
over, you are charged at least one month's
storage andi insurance. You may instruct
yior factor that you will run the risk of
loss by tire, yet the insurance will be
charged to you nolens volens. It appears
all tihe factors cater to the one concern


lead the gumi into the receptacle, but the or a cton.nIliity in tlhe pirotdueton of which wlho is in control and who fixes prices ad


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libitum, regardless of supply, demand or
other economic conditions. The proof is,
that at present spirits of turpentine and
low grade rosins are selling forty per cent
below the last three years' prices, whilst
every item entering into the production
of naval stores remains as high or is even
higher.
There is one exception to this depression
in values, and that is pale rosins, which
can only be produced out of virgin timber.
These rosins are either same price as last
year or five or eight per cent higher than
last year, showing conclusively that the
producers of turpentine have curtailed
the cutting of new boxes-and merely de-
creased the production. But then the pro-
ducers or some of them had the temerity to
hold a lot of spirits last year for higher
prices, thinking that sixty cents per gal-
lon was less than its value. On discover-
ing this fact the octopus immediately
recommended a warfare against these peo-
ple by gradually dropping the price of
spirits until it reached the low level of
forty cents per gallon, finally giving as a
reason the financial disturbance of last fall
and the scarcity of money, but strange to
say no other commodity produced felt
this to any great extent, and now when
there is a plethora of money, prices of na-
val stores virtually remain at bottom
prices. The receipts of naval stores at
Savannah have been doubled this year
compared to last year, whilst receipts at
Jacksonville, which is in the heart of the
turpentine belt, remain same as last year,
showing that there is no increase in pro-
duction, but pointing to the fact that ship-
ments from other points are diverted to
Savannah, in order to depress values.
This can easily be done as no one except
the parties in power know about stocks
at closed ports-or open ports-and the
weekly naval stores magazines admit that
correct stocks even at Jacksonville are
unobtainable, and the only mission of the
producer is to produce and the factors and
great mogul gather in the shekels. The
proof is that from reliable information
seventy-five to eighty per cent of the pro-
ducers depend on the factors for advances
to carry on their business, whilst the fac-
torage companies, some of them capital-
ized into the millions, lay large dividtc:ds.
nd whilst the product of the yellow pine
thus prostituted for the benefit of a few
middlemen, there was a meeting being
eld at Washington composed of the gov-
ors of the different States and men in-
rested in the conservation of the for-
es, and presided over by the President
f the United States, to discuss the best
neas to preserve our forests from ex-
ustion; the first move to preserve the
yellow pine timber should be the prohibi-
ion of bleeding the trees, hereby in a
ret measure protecting them from de-
ruction by fire and storms, especially a!
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NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
LETTERS PATENT.
NtMnce i- 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. Craniora,
D. M. Flynn,
W. W. Cleaveland,
W. C. Powell,
John H. 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
crude material or naval stores, and to cut,
work or otherwise use for the purpose 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, 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 pronuwes; 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 obligati as, 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 board 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
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 officers: 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.
VI.
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.
VIL
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, AJcksonville, Florida, twen-
ty-five (25) shares. D. M. Flynn, Jack-
sonville, Florida, forty (40) shares; W.
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, D. M Flynn, W. W. Cleveland.
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 subscriled and executed the foregoing
charter, and severally acknowledged that
they executed the same for the purpose
therein expressed.
In Witness Whereof I have hereunto set
my hand and official seal. in the city of
Jacksonville, countyy of Duval, State of
Florida, this 21st day of July, A. D. 1908.
Ida L Morris,
Notary Public for the State of Florida at
Large. My commissionn expires May
19th, 1911. July 25-6t.


NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR LET-
TERS PATENT.
Notice is hereby given, pursuant to the
Statutes of the State of Florida, that we,
the undersigned, intend to apply to the
Honorable Napoleon B. Broward, Governor
of the State of Florida, for Letters Patent
to be issued to the Duval Distilling Com-
pany. in accordance with the Articles of
Association hereinafter set forth and
adopted as a proposed Charter.
R. P. Sowers,
W. A. Troutmsa,
T. H. SnanpmM
Jacksonville, Fla., August llth, 1908.

Articles of Association of Duval Distiling
Company.
We, the undersigned, have associated to-
gether for the purpose of forming a cor-
poration for profit, under the laws of the
State of Florida, and adopt the following
as the Charter of said corporation.
ARTICLE I.
The name of this corporation is the
DUVAL DISTILLING COMPANY, and its
principal place of business is in Jackson-
ville, Duval County, Florida, with such
branches and agencies as may be estab-
lished by the Board of Directors.
ARTICLE II.
The general nature of the business to be
transacted by this corporation shall be to
carry on the general business of distilling
and malting, including the manufacture,
distilling, re-distilling of alcohol, wines,
spirits aml liquors of all kinds, and the
manufacture of malt liquors and bever-
ages, and the dealing in and sale of the
same together with the by-products there-
of. To buy, own, handle and sell live stock,
grain, meal and provisions; To buy, lease,
own, mortgage, sell and convey all kinds
of prolprty, and to erect distilleries, ma-
chinery, warehouses and other buildings
on its real estate; To establish agencies
and branches of the business in the State
of Florida and elsewhere as needed; To
buy, own, handle and sell the stock, bonds,
notes and other eviddences of indebtedness
of other corporations and of individuals,
and to have and exercise such other powers
as may be necessary or convenient to the
several businesses above specified, under
the laws of Florida.
ARTICLE III.
The capital stock of this corporation is
Ten Thousand ($10,000) Dollars to be di-
vided into one hundred shares oi tne par
value of One Hundred ($100.00) Dollars
each, to be paid in cash.
ARTICLE IV.
The term for which this corporation is
to exist is ninety-nine years from and
after the date of Letters Patent.
ARTICLE V.
The business of this corporation shall be
conducted by a President, Vice-President,
Secretary and Treasurer and a Board of
Directors, consisting of three stockholders.
The offices of Secretary and Treasurer
may be held by the same person. The
number of directors may be changed from
time to time by the stockholders at a
meeting called for that purpose, being at
no time less than three or more than
thirteen. The Directors shall be elected
by the stockholders at each annual meet-
ing from those stockholders then qualified
to vote. All other officers and agents of
this corporation shall be chosen or ap-
Ipointed at the time and in the manner
prescribed by the By-Laws, but the Presi-
dent must be chosen from the Direetors-










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capital $200,oo

HUTCHINSON SHOE COMPANY
VICTOR SHOES AND HATS
Wholesale ,- o o Jacksonville, Fla'


The annual meeting of the stockholders
shall be held on the first Monday of Janu-
ary of each year beginning in tne year
1909. Until the officers elected at the
first annual meeting of stockholders shall
be qualified, the business of this cor-
poration shall be conducted by the follow-
ing officers: R. P. Sowers, President; W.
M. Troutman, Vice-President; T. H. Simp-
son, Secretary-Treasurer, and said persons
shall constitute the Board of Directors.
ARTICLE VI.
The highest amount of indebtedness to
which this corporation can at any time
subject itself is Five Thousand ($5,000.00)
Dollars.
ARTICLE VlI.
The names and residences of the incor-
porators, and the amount of capital stock
subscribed by each are:
R. P. Sowers, Jacksonville, Fla., 33
shares, $3,300.00.
W. M. Troutman, Jacksonville, Fla., 33
shares, $3,300.00.
T. H. Simpson, Jacksonville, Fla., 34
shares, $3.400.00.
In witness whereof, the subscribing in-
corporators have hereunto set their hands
and seals,


R. P. Sowers,
W. LM Troutman,
T. H. Simpson.
State of Florida,


(Seal)
(Seal)
(Seal)


County of Duval.
Before me this day personally appeared
R. P. Sowers, W. M. Troutman and T. H.
Simpson, who are well known to me and
known to me to be the persons described
in and who executed the foregoing Char-
ter and Articles of Incorporation, and sev-
erally acknowledged before me that they
executed the same for the purpose therein
expressed and set forth.
Witness my hand and official seal this
llth day of August A. D., 1908, at Jack-
sonville, Duval County, Florida.
(Seal.) Chas. S. Adams,
Notary Public State of Florida.
My Commission Expires October 30,
1909.

THE NAVAL STORES INDUSTRY AND
ITS PRESENT PRECARIOUS CON-
DITION.
(Continued from Page (i.)
only a few are benefited and the country
at large greatly damaged.
The parties now in control of the naval
stores business or the majority of them,
were indicted for conspiracy in restraint
of interstate commerce. They plead guilty
last year and were fined thirty thousand
dollars, and they furthermore agreed in
writing not to commit the same offense
again. However, it seems business has


Iwen- carried on at the same old stand, only
in a more reprehensible manner, and a few
weeks ago tlhe were again indicted, and
the United States grand jury has found a
true bill. Whilst it may be dillicult to
prove charges, yet the condition of the
naval stores business is evidence of a
nigger in the woodpile. Iet us hope that
he may be found and parties hiding him be
punishel. not by a fine of a few paltry
dollars, but by serving time behind the
bars.
I am, however, satisfied that the pro-
dtcers will remain in the clutches of the
middlemen until they grow sufficient back-
lane to thoromughl y combine and assert
their American manhaiood.
A. (;. KLINE.



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to fifty barrels capacity. I have put the prices of these stills down to just
a little above cost, in order to dislM-se of them. ('p,lp-r is now exceedingly
cheap. and there is no reason why the price of stills shouldd not be reduced con-
siderably. Naval stores are at a very low price, and I have decided to put the
price of stills in keeping with same. Watch this space for my price list. which
will he published later on. In the meantime if ),io are in the market for any-
thing in the still line. ask me for prices. F. ). II. your railroad station. If I
di not sell you what you want. I will make solmeonne else sell you cheap. My
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This Hotel has recently changed hands, and is under New Management
Throughly Renovated Throughout
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NOTICE OF INTENTION TO APPLY
FOR LETTERS PATENT.
Notice is hereby given that the under-
signed will apply to the Governor of Flor-
ida, on the 12th day of September A. D.
1908 for Letters Patent incorporating the
Hesse Manufacturing Company, under
the. following proposed charter, the orig-
inal of which is now on file in the office
of the Secretary of State of the State of
Florida, at Tallahassee, Florida.
C. G. Hesse,
W. C. Jackson,
D. H. McMillan,
C. D. Abbott,
Jefferson B. Browne.
PROPOSED CHARTER OF THE HESSE
MANUFACTURING COMPANY:,
The undersigned hereby associate them-
selves together for the purpose of becom-
ing incorporated and form a corporation
under the laws of the State of Florida.
C. G. Hesse,
W. C. Jackson,
D. H. McMillan,
C. D. Abbott,
Jefferson B. Browne.
1.
The name of the corporation shall be
"The Hesse Manufacturing Company."
Its principal place of business shall be in
Jacksonville, Duval County, Florida, with
authority to establish such branch offices
in other Cities and States of the United
States of America, and in foreign coun-
tries, as may be necessary to the conduct
of its business.
2.
The general nature of the business to
be transacted by this corporation shall be
the manufacture and sale of what is
known as the Berry Window Shade Fix-
ture, to buy, own. manage, sell, register,
and dispose of trade marks, copyrights,
amn patents, and to sell and dispose of
articles covered by the same, and any
right or rights growing out of the same,
to sell and handle on its own account and
for others, all kinds of machinery and me-
chanical supplies, to sell and handle on its
account and for others all kinds of mer-
chandise whatsoever, to manufacture and
construct in whole or in part all kinds of
machinery, to build, construct, buy, sell,
lease, hold and convey, for itself and oth-
ers, mills, factories, manufacturing plants,
and power plants, of all kinds and descrip-
tions whatsoever, to own, hold, buy, lease,
mortgage and convey, and deal in for it-
self and others, real estate, and personal
property, in the State of Florida, and
elsewhere, and to have. exercise and enjoy
all the rights, powers and privileges inci-
dent to corporations organized and exist-
Sing under and by virtue of the laws of
the State of Florida.
3.
The amount of the capital stock au-
thorized shall be twenty-five thousand
dollars, divided into two hundred and fifty
shares of the par value of one hundred
dollars, or in personal property, real es-
tate or personal services accepted by the
Board of Directors at an appraised value
agreed upon by them.


This corporation shall exist for the
term of ninety-nine years.
5.
The officers of this corporation shall be
a President, a Vice-President, Secretary
and Treasurer, the two last named offices
may be held by one and the same person,
and a Board of Directors, such officers to
be elected on the second Tuesday in Jan-
uary of each year. The officers who are
to conduct the business of the corpora-
tion until those elected at the first elec-
tion as provided for in this charter shall
be qualified are, C. G. Hesse, President;
W. C. Jackson, Vice-President; D. H. Mc-
Millan, Treasurer; C. D. Abbott, Secre-
tary, and C. G. Hesse, W. C. Jackson, D.
H. McMillan. Jefferson B. Browne and C.
I). Abbott, Board of Directors.
6.
The highest amount of indebtedness or
liability to which the corporation can at
any time subject itself shall be twice the
amount of its capital stock.
7.
The name and residence of the subscrib-
ers are:
C. G. Hesse, DeLand, Florida, Ten
Shares.
WV. C. Jackson, DeLand, Florida, Ten
Shares.
D. H. McMillan, Jacksonville, Florida,
Ten Shares.
Jeffn. B. Browne, Jacksonville, Florida,
Five Shares.
C. D. Abbott, Jacksonville, Florida, Five
Shares.

State of Florida,
County of Dural.
Before me. a notary public in and for
the State of Florida at large, personally
appeared C. G. Hease, D. H. McMillan,
Jeffn. B. Browne, and C. D. Abbott, to me
well known as the persons who signed the
foregoing proposed charter, and they sev-
erally acknowledged before me that they
signed the same for the purposes therein
expressed.
Witness my hand and seal this the 12th
day of August A. D. 1908.
(Seal.) J. W. WALKEK,
Notary Public State of Florida at Large.
My Commission expires March 16, 1909.

State of Florida,
County of Volusia.
Before me, a notary public in and for
the State of Florida at large, personally
aplpared W. C. Jackson, to me well
known as the person who signed the fore-
going proposed charter, and lie acknowl-
edged before me that he signed the same
for the purposes therein expressed.
Witness my hand and seal this the 14th
day of August A. D. 1908.
(Seal.) FRANCIS A. HAMMOND.
Notary Public.
My Commission expires August 10, 1911.

IN PRINTER'S PARLANCE.
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1-1 NESS & SLAGER
Main St. W.BaySt.
Jacarsonvllle, FL


Savannah, Ga.
and Commission Merchents
Get Competition Highest Prices Promptest Returns
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BEFORE MAKING YOUR PURCHASE!

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KNIGHT CROCKERY



FURNITURE COMPANY
JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

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m(CaIORS:on DIRECTORS:
D. c. AhD. .. ALEY. Breu. a. W. bo.
G. A. Pway. I W. wUNT... It Vice Preitnde B. A. Cor~r,
c.. aL IOw. ae cana1 .r6. T. G. cQare&6
P L. Wee. G.. PETTFIWAY. 2d Vic P-e. A. S. Pedloea.
5. G. Clero. M. ASHLEY. 3d Vice Pre. B.G. IAmlater.
H. Wmst, s. H. REG. Sec. and Treas. J. Adhey.
s. DL nom W. T. LM ia.

PENINSULAR NAVAL STORES CO.
Commission Merchants
and Wholesale Grocers I


Receuiig Polnsts--Jacksonville, Tamspa and Fco nuuedisa,
C al., Savannah, Ga.

Capital Stock. $1,000.000.
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H. D. WEED.


W. D. KRENSOE


J. D. WEED L CO.,


Savannah, Georgia

HEADQUARTERS FOR


Hoop Iron, Turpentine Tools,

Batting, Etc.


PLANTERS

"Old Time" Remedies
THE JOY Of THE HOUSEHOLD.
Tes fLr peat aneim, Niausr Tea, .m.M. M- rb11
ad Cbhm Ol, are the joy of the baahm With the sa aw t hbea, a
man i ready for -y mergaey. He has a afle, ruMliae and speedy iMt *
for wife, eMhire, mlf or atoek. With thea. mi sle yea keep a am
doeteor' hrb ae't of you poketI and yet ave a eshy, '--y fanay. G M
BesMe, yol eae your stoek of any ailmet that may n theeL .
NUBIAx TA--I Liqud or Powdelr F the O" baLy *miea BI
will em all fr of Livr a d Kiany o dmpk Pm (hia and ma id
FeCer. Oe the aoinno *almnti ed chiMhr; a" u a lmtfiv tite it is wMIh
Ms equal-e sad reae. I the liquid, it I extimely **pk alh
lilk it-mad it iR BRADY OR USL.
PWmF IWTA is a wmam's medie. It will a aD the dma mim. to
wroen, ad dcsed am Female Traobs. It wil bring yoeth behk to the amd e ,
whl ahsm. em smra ering bemme m tho g t it womab lt. It wl me Se tL
yosg gir joterig wonabhood; and prepare the young r oo r Mte mum"
dati aof wife and mtar.
CU BA RLJEF-The instaut Paint Kiler, for ithMr ma or bu. XtaeE
-wealy, Colie, Crmp, Chor MorbM, Diarrhoe, Dyateatry ad Siek ia .a-d-.
ftor sa ih Ia it i a ifallibe emdy ad i guarated to give reli rn k
CUBAN OIL-The DeeWt Na and .m Linemet. Is amesapt e for e%,
..mgg r or foria m, and will intently relive the pain. Cur i-meit hita a" sa"
amlhm d burs, in rusand m ore hs d pkn o mad ees re and temdr es.
Relieve rbeumsati pain, lame beek, joints and in teek ares wir f- oat
-rateh- threh, aplit, eslar sms, mule g and dart d heel ef.
Wria fh Pric..
SPENCER MEDICINE CO.. Chattanooga, Teor


CUMER LUMBER CPANY
JACKSONVILLE. FLA.

Roug a b Dr ssed Lub.

Long Leag rIowm P&I.
80J A 4117


W. L. WILSON,
Press. a Treas.


IWO. f. NARNIS.
Mne F.&


S. J. SCOVl,
Secy a em- L wr.


Florida Cooperage Company
(I Mi CatA Seoek SM O0900
MANFWAC2WRERS Or


Turpentine, Cotton


Seed Oil, Dip


and Syrup Barrels.
Off ice Maty terpilse md Estefe Street.s
Telephone 1855 Jacksonville, FPa.


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McMillan Bros.


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 eat 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 MeMillan 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 MeMILLAN 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.
Jackseville, Fla. Also I ayetteville. N. C. Savaimah, Ga. Mble, Aa.
















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Direct From the Importer


S Our stock of Diamonds and Precious Stones is purchased abroad by a member
of the firm and imported direct, thereby saving our patrons the middle man's profit.
Inspect our stock, it comprises the careful selections of a buyer of forty years.
Experience.
Color, quality, and freedom from flaws must have careful consideration in
the selection of a Diamond.
A selection package will be sent to responsible parties on request.
Write for Catalogue.





41 West Bay Street Jacksonville, Fla.

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SBarnes & Jessup Company
Jacksonvlle, Florida.
SNeaval Stores Factors and Commission
Merchants.
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OFFICERS.
C. Bame. Prldnt J. A. Ewing. Vice-Prsident. 5
E. B. Wells. Secretary and Treasurer.
IRECTOILS C. N. Barnes. J. A. Ewing, R. S. Hall.
J. R- Saunder., E. C. Long, W. E. Cummer, B. Wells. W .
jgenganlm. G. W. TI.ylor I
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J. W. Motte.
Pmi"iem&


C. B. Parkei
Vtce-Pres


Jaues MoNat,
VIes-Pres.


W. W.WsM.o
Sec. & Treas.


John R. Young Co.,


Commission
Merchants.


ndal Stres atoers. Whlesale Grocers.
\ Savamjh a Brunswick Ga.


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I WEST FLYNN HARRIS CO.
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N NAVAL STORES FACTORS
* NAVAL STORES RC=V=D AT SAVAnMAB, GAL. JACEMtELS,
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SVholesale Grocers alo Dealers in Hay. CGrain nd Heary
SHarnebs.
SOLE AGENTS for te CdeAd CUion T ^-"fs Am*
SAVAAan AAsa JA0WV Ch.i. Pbftde"Vl c TP, a.
MERCHANTS VAREHIOUSE
SAVAAH. GA. JACKVILLK, NA TAMA NA


WILLIAM A. SOURS JAM-S

WILUAMA. BOURS & COP
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Hay, G-ri., fa,. cG.ei


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a W206 MT a FST.. Mp. C S. "ObaL~E Ft
206 EAST SAY ST., JACKSONVILLE. IFA.


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