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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: October 10, 1908
Publication Date: -1909
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Lumber trade -- Newspapers -- Southern States   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
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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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ATLANTIC COOPERATE CO,
HAlD-1-IAIBE ai-1KiIT BARRFI-
Our customers say It pays to use Atlantic Berrels."
Telephone 3444-764. Office Conoldlated aI.dii
J. McN. Wright, Manager, Jacksonville. Fla.

East Coast Lumber Co.
Atlantic Coast Line R, pRO AND DRESSED 10 LEAF
GOES EVERYWHERE Yellow Pine Lumber

North, South, East and West Bundled Rosin Barrel Staves in Carload Lot
Steamer Sbipmets a Specialty.
Consult the "Purple Folder."
For detailed information, rates, schedules, reser- WATERTOWN. FLORIJDA
nations, see your nearest ticket agent. Call on or
write to
A W FIT THE COMMERCIAL BANK
A. W* FRITOT, JACKSoNVILLE. FLA. Brahes: Ocaa and Lae ity
Divisiom P-senger Agent, The largest leading tate Bank i Jaeksoarille. Is endeh id Ia an d-
fashioned strictly w aM.tive U r and is mubjeet to CrIir q miM- s
FRANK C. BOYLSTON. Trav. PPas. Agent. by the Comptroller.
rWlmivnidual and Savins Aecot uolieited.
ATLANTIC COAST LINE. Jacksonville. Fla. B. RoBIISON, w. a OWE, a. ILc a"
Prel t. Vi-Pruient


CONSOLIDATED


NAVAL STORES COMPANY.


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

OFFICERS.
WALTER F. )OACHMAN, Presidet; D. H. MeMILAN, H. L COVINGTON, JOHN H. POWELL, R. B. POWELL sad W. J. KELLY, Vice Ptresaide
J. C. UTTL, Seeetary sad Treasurer at Jacksonville; J. Q. HODGE, Amistnt Secretary at Saanah; J. ROZIR, Assistant Secretary at Pns ila.
kJ LNUTxIV COMMENTTE: W. W. Cummer, W. F. Coachman, W. J. HUl-an, C. B. Rogers, and A. Hbbard
DIRECTOW : W. J. HBma, W. W. Commer, D. H. MMiUaMm W. F. Cochman, W. C. Powell, H. L Covingto, C. Rogers, John H. PwllA. A. .
hard, S. A. Alford, C. W. Deen, B. B. Powell, W. J. Kelly.



NAVAL STORES FACTORS


Paid in Capital Stock, $2,500,000
Owned and Controlled by Practical Operators.
The "Consolidated" Is purely a co-operative Company. Its Interests are Identical wIth those
of the Producers.ZThe 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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Success Crowns Efforts


Organization of New Naval Stores Marketing Company
Is Now Assured


Turpentine Operators' Association


Important Matters to be Acted Upon at the Annual
Convention October 14 and 15


Announcement was made on October 8,
by President J. G. Boyd, of the Turpen-
tine Operators' Association, that success
was assured the organization of the Naval
Stores Marketing Company. This state-
ment was made at a meeting of prominent
operators held in New Orleans, at which
liberal and substantial support was given
the movement.
The New Orleans meeting was the last
of a series of meetings that have been
meld throughout the turpentine belt by a
sub-committee of the naval stores conm-
mittee of the Jacksonville Board of Trade,
and the announcement that the organiza-
tion of the proposed company is now as-
sured will be most gratifying news to all
interested.
After the meeting held in Jacksonville,
at which the first steps were taken to
organize the new company, members of the
Jacksonville Board of Trade committee
met with naval stores operators. factors.
bankers and business men generally in
Oeala, Tampa. Orlando. Pensaeola, Hatties-
burg, and other places. and everywhere
that meetings were held and the plan of
organization was explained, the committee
met with most substantial support. Then
came the big meeting in New Orleans last
Friday, and the announcement that such
liberal support had been given the move-
ment that success is now assured and the
company will be organized and ready to
begin business within a few weeks.

Plan of Organization.
President Boyd, of the Turpentine Oper-
ators' Association, was quoted as saying,
after the New Orleans meeting, that the
organization committee will not hold an
election of officers for the new company
until all the money for the capital stock
has been subscribed. The subscriptions
will then be turned over to the trustees,
who will meet and elect a board of direc-
tors. The board of trustees is composed
of the following well known gentlemen:
T. A. Jennings, president of the Wil-
liams Company, Pensaeola, Fla.
W. H. Henderson, capitalist, Tampa,
Ha.
James P. Taliaferro, United States Sen-
ator, Jacksonville, Fla.
C. H. Barnes, president Barnes-Jessup
Company, Jacksonville, Fla.
Duncan U. Fletcher, United States Sen-
ator-elect, Jacksonville, Fla.
George L Drew, president Drew Lum-
ber Company, Jacksonville, Fla.
C. B. Rogers. president Consolidated
Grocery Company, Jacksonville. Fla.
R. H. Paul, president East Coast Lum-
ber Company, Watertown. Fla.
J. W. W est, president West-Flynn-Har-


R. V. Covington, president the Coving-
ton Company, Jacksonville, I-a.
W. \. Cummer. president Cummer Lum-
Iswr Company, Jacksonville, Fla.
F. L. Sweat. vice president Citizens'
Bank, Douglas, Fl:t.
S. H. Fullerton, president Gulf Lumber
Company, Fullerton. La.. St. Louis, Mo.
Sam Park, president Industrial Lumler
Company, Beaumont, Tex.
Paul I). Rust. capitalist, Boston. Mass.
I. A. Long, president Iong-Bell Lumber
Company, DeRidder. La., Kansas City, Mio.
Factors With Operators.
In a report of the address made by Mr.
W. P. Corbett. at the New Orleans meet-
ing, that gentleman is quoted as saying
that the factors were with the operators
in the movement almost to a man, and
that many of them had said that they
would willingly pay for the stock subscrip-
tions of the operators Ibsides taking Ltock
themselves. He- assured the olwrators that
there would be no traitors in the selling
company, and there would le no danger of
surrendering the stock to any monopoly.
This had been guarded against carefully
by placing an irrevocable voting power in
the hands of seventeen trustees selected
for their integrity and fair, clean business
dealing, who would have control of the
business for five years.
'"For once we have got the machine in
our own hands, and we turpentine oper-
ators will not have to respond to the whip
of the boss." concluded Mr. (orbett. "There
will be actual honafide. in-the-daylight
competition and the turpentine men will
be delivered from a thralldom which
threatened the ruin of their business and
the loss of one of the South's most
magnificent resources."
President Boyd. of the turpentine opeda-
tors's association confirmed the statements
of Mr. Corbett and ga~i n addition some
important information. He read extracts
from the correspondence of factors show-
ing the falsity of the report that factors
were unfriendly to the new venture.
"According to this, many of the factors
had indorsed the movement warmly and
stated that they would not deal with
operators who did not give the new selling
company their support. Others said they
would gladly pay the subscription of the
operators, considering such advances of
more real value than pay roll drafts.
Good News, Indeed.
The statements quoted above will be
well received by the members of the Tur-
pentine Operators' Association, especially
as that association meets in annual con-
vention in Jacksonville on October 14 and
15. and it is very probable that during the
convention a report will be made to the


ris Company, Jacksonville, Fla., Valdosta, operators by the members of the commit-
Ga. tee who have been so active and so sue-
.T. D. Boyd, president Turpentine Oper- cessful in bringing about the organization
ators' Association, Bartow, Fla. of this company.


The annual convention of the Turpentin-.
Operators' Association will ie held in
Jacksonville on Wednesday. October 14
and Thursday. October .1. and there is
every indication that this convention will
be the most important of any held since
the organization of the association. and
that it will also he the largest attended
of any ever held.
The naval stores industry has reached
the lowest ebb since, the organizations of
the Turpentine operators Association, and
at the prevailing prices it is impossible for
those engaged in it to operate and make
money. Therefore, it is necessary that the
operators and others interested come to
some agreement to bring about a better
condition. It is the general belief that an
agreement of this kind will be reached at
the annual convention.
The opening se,,ion of the convention
will Ibe called to order at 10 o'clock Wed-
nesday morning. (kctoler 14. in the audi-
torium of the Jacksonville Board of Trade.
President Boyd will preside and Secretary
Hollomon will be on hand to record the
proceedings.

The Opening Session.

An address of welcome will be delivered
by mon. William IH. Sebring. mayor of
Jacksonville. on behalf of the city. and
President W. A. Bours. of the Jacksonville
Board of Trade, has been invited to deliver
an address of welcome on behalf of the
Board of Trade and the business interests
of .Jacksonville. President Boyd, or some
member of the association selected by the
president, will reply to the addresses of
welcome.
After these preliminaries the regular
order of business will be gone through
with and the morning session will last
until 1 or 1:30 o'clock. A recess will then
be taken until the evening session, which
will convene at 8 o'clock, in the Board
of Trade auditorium.

New Marketing Company.

It is expected that the evening session
will be devoted almost entirely to matters
concerning the new Naval Stores Market-
ing Company, which, it is reported, will be
organized and ready to begin business by
November 1, 1908.
The committee which has been at work
securing subscriptions to the capital stock
of the new company will submit a report
showing what has been accomplished, and
it is expected that several addresses will
be made by some of those well-posted re-
garding conditions.
All admit that the organization of the
Naval Stores Marketing Company is of
vital importance to the turpentine oper-
ators and all will be pleased to learn that
at the big meeting in New Orleans, a


member of the organization committee
made the following statement:

Strong Support Assured.
"This committee has had correspondence
uith 2.1(4 consumers, the largest in the
world. 4.1A0 operators and more than fifty
large ianks. and in every instance the
most enthusiastic support has been given
to the movement."
The interest in this meeting of the Tur-
pe;tine Operators' Association is shown by
the iarge numlwr of letters received by the
-'ecretary from oplrators and others inter-
rsted in the naval stores industry, stating
that they will attend the convention. Not
only front the olwrators in Florida and
(ih or,-ia. but from those in Alabama, Mis-
'i'-ippi. Louisiana and Texas, have come
assurances that the writers will be pre-
sent. All realize that the time for action
has come and that the operators them-
selves must take the initiative.

The Semnd Day.
The second day's session of the conven-
tion will convene Thursday morning, Oct-
ober 15. at 10 o'clock and will be devoted
to routine business and acting on the re-
ports of committees. At this session of-
ficers for the ensuing year will be elected.
There is every indication that the meet-
ing will be a harmonious one and that
much good will result from the delibera-
tions of the members of the association.
There are several important matters to be
considered besides the organization of the
new Naval Stores Marketing Company.

Other Important Matters.

One of the most important matters that
will come up at the meeting, from present
indications, is the proposition to reduce the
box cut during the coming winter. Some
of the most prominent operators urge that
not a Iox be cut during the coming sea-
son. Others favor reducing the cut one-
half as a means of putting prices on a pay-
ing basis. There is not a particle of doubt
that some agreement will be reached and
it is sincerely hoped that whatever agree-
ment is reached will be adhered to. It is
utterly useless to make an agreement and
then go home and break it. The failure to
keep agreements made in the past is large-
ly the cause of present conditions. The
members of the association should remem-
Ier that clause of the call for the conven-
tion, which says:
"If operators in the days of their great-
est prosperity had not neglected their or-
ganization, conditions would have been dif-
ferent today."
Every one interested in the naval stores
industry is invited to attend the conven-
tion and become strongly and firmly allied
with the organization.


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4 THE WEEKLY INDUSTRIAL RECORD.






Annual Convention of the


: Turpentine Operators' Association,



To Be Held in Jacksonville, Fla.,

October 14th and 15th Inclusive. 1908
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STo all Producers of Naval Stores:
t The annual convention of the Turpentine Operators' Association is hereby called to meet in the Board
of Trade auditorium, Jacksonville, Pla., Wednesday and Thursday, October 14th. and 15th., 1908. 'ihe ses-
Ssion will begin promptly at 10 o'clock a. in., .nd 2:30 o'clock p. m.
This convention will be in many respects the most important ever held by this Association. It is recalled
that the Turpentine Operators' Association was born during the dark days of 1901, when turpentine and rosin
were selling below the cost of production, and when the operators were disorganized so completely that there
was no united effort at any point along the line. The Association was born of necessity. The most prosperous
1 days ever known by turpentine producers followed the organization of this Association seven years ago.
For reasons well known to most operators, dark days have come upon us again. Such a period of depression
has not before been felt in years, and without specific reference to the cause or the remedy in this official call,
it is sufficient to say there is a remedy and the salvation of the industry means that all operators must see it
and heed it.
It is hoped that every operator in the yellow pine belt, whether he has ever been aligned with this
Association or not, will attend the forthcoming meeting and take active and conscientious part in its delibera-
tions. In unison there is strength. If operators in the days of their greatest prosperity had not neglected
their organization, conditions would have been different today.
SWe want every person, who is interested in the naval stores industry, to attend the convention in Oc-
tober and become strongly and firmly allied with this organization.
The complete program will be announced in due time in the columns of the Industrial Record.
(Signed) J. G. BOYD, President,
JAS. A. HOLLOMON, Secretary.
Jacksonville, Fla., Sept. 18th., 1908.





S* Fl llA possible. It is hardly debatable to .a.y lipho,phate. Algeria is the next rival of
G eorgla-Florida Saw M illA s nation that in. .eo. .t with each other for theithe Inited States in the German market,
same trade. producer. and brokers, with furnishing less than half as mieh.
The Association May Become Strictly a Manufacturers' t e l, tter's con"lni.".on" a factor in thl I ."The South Pacifie deposits above re-
cade. the one i, oil and the other water. ferried to are found on various islands of
Organization TheI 70 i, r (.cet. proviso seems to be valid coral formation. Among them is one de-
l-caus~i. of the equally well established jsit of superior quality estimated at
An important meeting of the Georgia- facturers' basis, eliminating all members fact that in the ordinary course of trade. -io0.oNw.NI)O tons. and another at 10,000,000
Florida Sawmill Association will be held whlo do not manufacture a certain lpr mill men tind themselves obliged to pick tons. These are mentioned as beds of
in Jacksonville on Tuesday. (ktolwr 1:1. cent. of their total shipments, will make up a considerable share of their shipments high-grade phosphate; numerous other in-
The meeting will le heid in the auditorium tlhe coming nieeti ng one of tle most in- outside. The as-ociation is prolmbly in ferior deposits have been discovered, and
of the Windsor Hotel and it is expected teresting ever held by tie association. Sev- need of ino et.xtraneous counsel in this mat- search is tMing made continually for new
that it will be largely attended. eral matters were left over from the last ter and for the principal reason that what finds.
At the last meeting of the association. meeting which it is expected will be warm- they are said to have done seems on gen- "The coral islands of the South Seas
a lively discussion developed over the con- ly discussed.' eral prilnciples to have been right." are the most likely places for deposits of
certed movement to make the association Brokers Took Chances. pholphates. There are thousands of these
strictly a manufacturers' organization. Wfl.D.l. Pfl.-TnWATr gTTD.TV islands, some of them only a few square
I WORLD'S PHOSPHATE SUTIPPLY island.,. some of them only a few square


cutting out the joblwr. To this end an
amendment to the constitution was in-
troduced requiring that anyone eligible to
membership shall manufacture at least 50
per cent. of his total shipment. This
amendment will come up, under the rule.
for ratification at the meeting to be held
this week.
Holding Off Until Election.
In regard to this meeting a special from
Tifton. (a., the headquarters of its pres-
ident and the secretary of the association.
says:
"The October meeting of the Georgia-
Florida Saw Mill Association will be held
in Jacksonville, Fla., next Tuesday.
"Lumber market conditions continue to
improve, prices remaining steady with a
slight advance. Mill men have a disposi-
tion to hold off booking orders until after
the presidential election, feeling assured
prices will advance.
"These conditions, as well as the move


The New Orleans Lumlber Trade .Journal
in commenting upmn the pending amend-
muent to the constitution contained tihe fol-
lowing:
"'Perhaps the most conclusive argument
in favor of the ie.nding amendment in-
heres in the fact that it was found neces-
sary to offer and support it. That the pre-
vious attempt to assimilate the two
branches of tle trade was, in other words,
a failure is suliiciently sustained by the
introlmuction and adoption of the now
spending ame edment. Another circum-
stances of strongly a similar tendency is
found in the breach recently dividing the
two branches and their incidental failure
to understand each other as regards
values. It is notorious that the brokers
took chances in making prices less than
the mill men were willing to accept and
refused. Had there bIen a kind of sym-
pathy between these opposing forces to
justify affiliation in the organization in
question any such conflict of militant in-


to put the association strictly on a manu- terests would, of course, have been im-


miles in area. The work of Drospecting.


All owners of Florida phosphate mine therefore, is endless and the possibility of
will Ib' inttrsted in the following from the finding new supplies of phosphates is
Paint. Oil and Ihug RIeview (Chicago): practically unlimited."
"If any idea has prevailed that the
phosphate delpsits of the world are in LUMBER MLL POPE
danger of becoming exhausted it should E
I't dismissed at once, and probably for all TIES
time, in view of the discoveries of inex-' T'I'h Moore-Haggerty Lunber Company,
haustible Ileds of fertilizer in the islands of llattislburg. Miss., has purchased the
of tle South Pacitic. These phosphate mills of the (oat Lumber Company, of
leals are controlled chiefly by English and (oat. Mliss.. and the Genevieve Lumber
French companies aud are worked Iby Company. of (arson. Miss. The purchase
(hinmes. Japanese and native laborers, of the last named concern is said to in-
The bulk of the shipments go to Europe lc'le about 25,000.000 feet of timber.
and Asia. amounting to about 300.000 tons IlotIh mills have been idle for some time
a year. Inimlrts of phosphates into the and will now It run on full time, giving
United States are only about 2.0.O00 tons employment to a large number of men.
annually. This. however, is due to the The same company has also purchased
fact that the United States is a great the controlling stock in the Monarch Lum-
lrodlucer of plhosphates from her South her Company's mill at Earl, Miss., to-
(arolinai and Florida deposits. Our ex- gether with timber estimated at 16,00e,-
lorts of pholphlate rock amounts to 100.- (M00 feet. The amount involved in the two
O(l tons a month, of which a large part purchases is said to have been approx-
goes to (Geruinany to be made into saper- imately $200,000.


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THE WEEKLY INDUSTRIAL RECORD. 5


PRESIDENT FINLEYS VIEWS.

Importance of Good Roads Emphasized by
Southern Railway's Executive.
President Finley, of the Southern Rail-
way, in an article addressed to various
southern newspapers, has the following to
say relative to the importance of good
roads:
"In addition to what may be termed
the commercial aspect of good roads they
have a highly important social aspect as
well. They bring the farmer into closer
touch with the world at large. He and his
family are not forced to remain at home
for days at a time because the condition
of the roads may make traveling unpleas-
ant if not difficult. Good roads insure ef-
ficient and prompt rural mail deliveries,
placing the newspaper on the table of the
farmer early on the day of its publica-
tion, enabling him to transact much of his
business by mail and to take advantage of
early information as to fluctuation in the
prices of his farm products. Good roads
mean that the farmer and the members of
his family can enjoy to a greater degree
the society of their neighbors and friends
in the town and country. They mean
that his children can be more regular in
school attendance and can receive to a
greater degree the advantages of educa-
tion. They mean the bringing closer to-
gether of the town and country, with ad-
vantages on both sides, for as the farmer
is benefited by being brought into closer
touch with the town, so all the business
interests of the own prosper as the result
of the facility with which the farmer and
his family can do their shopping. Good roads
also benefit the inhabitants of towns and
cities by affording facilities for pleasant
country drives. They invite the business
man to the establishment of country and
suburban homes, such as he can enjoy
only when he is assured that the condi-
tion of the roads will be such as to enable
him to reach his place of business prompt-
ly in all kinds of weather."


CARSON'S BIG BLUFF.
Here is positive proof that the United
Department of Agriculture has been in-
vestigating for more than a year the al-
leged adulteration of spirits of turpentine,
and it shows that the demand for an in-
vestigation made by President Carson, of
the Savannah Board of Trade, was all
buncomb, for President Carson must have
known that the investigation was in pro-
gress.
In a communication from Washington
relative to the Carson letter to the Secre-
tary of Agriculture, the Paint, Oil and
Drug Reporter, of October 5, contains the
following statement:
"The memorial presented by President
Carson has been transmitted by Secretary
Wilson to the Bureau of Chemistry and
filed with many other documents bearing
upon the question. Concerning the scopl
of the investigation and what has already
been accomplished, a representative of the
bureau said to the Reporter's co respond
dent:
"'Rather more than a year ago the
bureau began a searching investigation t4
discover what grounds existed for current
reports regarding the adulteration of tur
pentine and the sale of low-gradc goods
notably turpentine distilled from deaw
wood, as a high-grade product. The firs


work undertaken was a general inspec-
tion of commercial and industrial methods
and as this feature of the work was de-
signed to be exhaustive considerable time
was given to it. Recently the bureau be-
gan the systematic collection of carefully
identified samples for analysis, and this
work has about leen completed. We shall
now proceed with the analysis and cc.m-
parison of samples and will then be in a
position to determine whether it is neces-
sary to carry the investigation further be-
fore preparing our report. In view of the
statements that have been made in the
South and because of the possibility that
in some quarters they may be assumed to
be based upon the results of our investi-
gation, it is only fair to the trade to say
that, owing to the broad scope given our
investigation and the fact that we have
not as yet made any analysis of the sam-
ph-s collected, we have no data with which
to substantiate or refute the current al-
legations regarding adulteration. The
rumors in the trade are in no sense based
upon the results of our investigation, for
we have made no findings whatever."

DESTRUCTIVE FIRE ON TAMPA'S
WATERFRONT.
Tampa, Oct. II.-A disastrous fire oc-
curred on Tampa's riverfront alout 10
o'clock this morning, by which the Zeim-
merman cedar mill, the Riverside Lumber
Company and F. C. Parcells, machinery,
mill and feed dealer, sustained' losses ag-
gregating over $60,000.
The fire was discovered in the center of
the Zeimmerman cedar mill and within an
hour this building, the Riverside Lumber
Company's property and the Parcell grain
warehouse, had been totally destroyed,
with their contents. How the fire origin-
ated is not known. There had been no
fire in the engine room or other parts of
the Zeimmerman mill for several hours be-
fore the fire was discovered.
The whole of the Hillsborough riverfront
milling property looked at one time as if
doomed, but by hard work of the fire de-
partment, the Southern Lumber and Sup-
ply Company's property to the south, Car-
ruthers' extensive wood yards, and the
Gulf Refining Company's large oil tanks.
on the north, were in imminent danger, but
were saved.
The insurance on the property destroyed
aggregated $20,000. Mr. Zeinimerman had
just declined to place insurance on his mill,
but had insured the lumber on the vard.
much of which was saved, though a large
quantity of cedar, said to be over a mil-
lion feet, was consumed in the mill. He
i estimated his loss at $30,000. The River-
side Lumber company which had only re-
Scently gone into the hands of a receiver.
lost $22,000, with $9,000 insurance, and F
('. Parcells about $10,000 loss.


NOTICE OF STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING
Notice is hereby given that a meeting
of the stockholders of Fairfield Lumber
Company will le held on Monday, October
2fth, 1908, at the office of the company at
Fairfield, near city of Jacksonville, Fla.,
to consider an increase in the capital stock
of the corporation, an amendment to the
charter increasing the limit of indebted-
ness that may be incurred, and changes in
the By-Laws of the corporation.
C. E. MARTINDALE,
President.


SVEND OLESON, Secretary.


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FINANCIAL REVIEW FOR PAST WEEK that should seem probable.
New York, Oct. 11. The speculative ele- The course of affairs at home was al-
nwnt which has been holding prices of most ignored in the dominating influence
American securities at an advanced price of the foreign situation. There remained,
level in the professed confidence in an early however, a strong under-current of confi-
restoration of prosperity met a serious dence in the progress of improvement in
obstacle in tie flood of liquidation of imisiness, and in the prospect of its ac-
foreign holdings of these securities which celebration after the elections. Many in-
was let loose by the gathering of the war cloud in eastern Europe. The foreign news tended orders, pending the elections. Rail-
was received with jaunty assurance early road earnings show growing advantage in
in the week, and there were frequent and the comparisons with last year's showing.
effective rebounds in prices each day when Ille freight ars continue to decrease, and
the day's business for foreign account had the chairman of the ar efficiency commit-
been concluded. "There are no American tee of the American Railway Association
railroad lines running through Bulgaria," asserts that the present rate of traffic in-
observed the confident brokers, as they crease would bring an actual shortage of
bought large lines of stocks on the de- freight cars by the first week in December.
lines. The cable lines, however, con- Orders for finished products of steel are
tinued to bring orders to sell thousands of still moderate, but the rate of iron produc-
shares of American stocks and the active tion on October 1 had been restored to two-
man in the exchange market to effect thirds of the actual output for the banner
demand in the exchange market to effect
remittances in payment testified to the month of (Otober last year. The month's
reality of the selling and the necessity of government crop reports are accepted as
finding funds to pay for the sales thus ac- showing abundant grain crops already
cepted. The unprofitable nature of the at- harvested, and the definite insurance of a
tempt to hold up prices merely to afford plentiful cotton crop, with markets for all
additional profit to these foreign sellers at profitable figures.
made a growing impression as the week
progressed and the selling pressure be OPENING O NEW RAILROAD.
came more acute, until artificial support The Georgia and Florida Railroad be-
was practically abandoned. Various fac tween Madison, Florida, and Hazelhurst,
tors cmbinted, therefore, to make the ef- Georgia, opened for business this week.
feet of Europe's political troubles rather The first passenger train brought 00
more acute in the New York stock market, excursionists into Valdosta from towns
than on the foreign Iourses themselves. between Hazelhurst and that poit.
The weakness of stocks in the New York The opening of the new railroad line,
market was ascribed quite universally to giving at present a continuous highway
the technical disadvantage of its position from Western Florida through Valdost,
and was not regarded as a reflector of any Nashville, Douglas and other prosperous
impairment of inherent values of American towns to Hazelhurst, with intermediate
securities, even in the event of a European connections with important railroads, is
war. The strength in the grain markets considered a most important event. The
was evidence of the increased demand ex- work of extension of the line beyond
pected for, at least a portion of this coun- Hazelhurst to a connection with its Mil-
try's comnuxlities. Foreign demand foi len division is rapidly progressing aad
some other lines would, of course, he cur- likewise a union with its Augusta divis-
tailed. (On the side of the securities ion. The completion of the road has opemd
market in particular, there is a likelihood up one of the best sections in Southern
that, apart from the early liquidation from Georgia, abounding in ine timber and
foreign banking and financial sources to farm lands and putting this city in toueh
supply war funds, there would be some with many of the most prosperous toss
flow of foreign investment capital into in the southern part of the State.
American securities, after losing displaced
from foreign enterprises immediately
threatened with the damage from an out- IF YOU ARE DIECTLY, OR IN-
break of war. The effect to be expected DIRECTLY, INTERESTED IN [ AVAL
from withdrawals of gold front the New STORES HATTERS YOU OWE IT TO
York market is more obscure. The great YOURSELF TO KEEP POSTED ABOUT
present ease of the New York money CHANGING CONDITOS. YOU CA
market and the prospect of abundant sup-
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promise to supply a minimum of distur- THROUGH .THE WEEKLY INDUS-
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THAT INVESTIGATION.
Under the caption of "The Turpentine
Controversy," the Oil, Paint and Drug Re-
porter, publishes the following in its edi-
forial columns, which will be of special
interest to the members of the Turpen-
tine Operators' Association, which is to
meet in this city next Wednesday and
Thursday, October 14 and 15:
"Two strong rival naval stores factions,
one at Savannah, Ga., and the other at
Jacksonville, Fla., in their efforts to strike
each other, are seemingly leaving no stone
unturned. Both parties have appealed
to the Department of Agriculture, filing
charges and counter charges and demand-
ing an investigation, and these charges
they have laid bare to the public through
the columns of the newspapers by publish-
ing the letters written to the Secretary
of Agriculture before that gentleman
could be expected to have had time to
read them.
"The details of the correspondence ap-
pear on another page of this issue and in-
dicate that the bitter feeling between
Jacksonville and Savannah has been
steadily growing. Unless it is checked in
some way known to diplomacy, which will
dispel the present unfortunate conditions
and grant to each a full measure of jus-
tice, the prospects for prosperity to the
naval stores industry will be dim indeed.
"There is keen rivalry between the port
of Jacksonville and the port of Savannah,
and if possible, there is even keener rival-
ry between the individual turpentine oper-
ators of the respective cities. It would
be a wise man who could predict the ulti-
mate outcome, but meanwhile the produc-
ers and distributors are playing into the
hands of the consumers who alone must
profit by the extraordinary low prevail-
ing prices of spirits, and until, possibly
through some lively shaking up process,
they become fully awake to the situation
and arrange a permanent armistice on
terms equitable to all, they must continue
to work, as they claim they are forced to
do now, on a cost-of-production basis.
What Is Alleged.
"The Jacksonville people contend that
the Savannah Board of Trade is domi-
nated by the leading turpentine interests
of that city and that these interests to
serve their own ends have sought to bear
the market, even to the point of ruin for
the producer. They claim that so long
as the so-called amalgamation of inter-
ests in Savannah is allowed to continue in
alleged control of the industry, that the
direst consequences must prevail to the
other distributors and to the entire pro-
ducing element of the South.
"The charge is made in the first place
that the present price level, which has
dropped from 79 cents in 1905 to 351/2 cents
in the current year, has been the direct
result of manipulation on the part of the
Savannah operators, and that their efforts
have in no small way been seconded by
the action of the Board of Trade of that
city. They even go so far as to charge
that commercial organization with what is
tantamount to fraud in the padding of
statistical tables, tending to show a heavy
overproduction. They charge that spirits
of turpentine have been adulterated by
the use of low grade mineral oil to the
extent of six per cent. of the entire pro-
duction, and while this adulteration
to no one man's door, the inference is
that Savannah interests have been large-
ly if not altogether responsible for it.
They charge the Savannah Board of


Trade, through its president, with being
directlyy in league with parties interested
in impoverishing the industry, and they
ask for government investigation and pro-
tection.
Does Not Deny It.
"On the other side the various charges
or insinuations are denied emphatically
and in toto. The president of the Board
of Trade at Savannah, in a letter to the
Secretary of Agriculture, the text of which
will be found among our Washington
correspondence in another column, does
not refute the statement made by a mem-
ber of the Jacksonville Board, that 25,000
barrels of kerosene may have been used
to adulterate turpentine last season, but
he is emphatic in asserting that so far
as concerns Savannah stocks, the charge
has no foundation in fact. He dwells upon
the seriousness of an allegation of this
kind, affecting as it must the integrity of
every producer and distributor in the
South, and he asks that the Department
lose no time in making a thorough and
efficient investigation.
"For the benefit of the great naval
stores industry of this country, and for
the honor of those concerned in it, the
Department of Agriculture should prompt-
ly accede to the requests contained in the
letters referred to. In fact, it had al-
ready taken steps towards this end. Sam-
ples for analysis from various sections of
the belt have been systematically collect-
ed, and will now receive careful analysis
representing the Bureau of Chemistry. It
has been admitted, however, to the Re-
porter's correspondent that with the
analyses still pending, the Department
has no data upon which to confirm or deny
the alarming accusation. It will not like-
ly Iew long, however, before the truth or
error of the allegations is determined, and
meanwhile we may express the hope that
the charges may be disproved, but failing
in that, that the guilty parties be so
severely punished as to effectually stamp
out and forever deter any would-be dis-
honest person from such fraudulent prac-
tices."

THAT REMOVAL TALK.
Concerning the statement sent out from
Savannah to the effect that the head-
quarters of the American Naval Stores
Company would be removed from Savan-
nah to Jacksonville, which statement has
since been denied by the president of the
company, a subscriber has sent the fol-
lowing to the Industrial Record, giving a
Possible and probable reason for the an-
nouncement:
Editor Industrial Record:-Did you
read the news, spread in the papers of
October 5, to the effect that the American
Naval Stores Company has decided to re-
move their headquarters from Savannah
to Jacksonville by January 1, 1909. If
you have thoroughly digested this report
you might be ready to receive some ideas
that have suggested themselves to the
mind of an unsophisticated reader,-there
are two figures about which they turn,-
Mr. Shotter and Mr. Devil.
Mr. Shotter, sorely pressed by the pro-
cess of the United States Government and
by the fact of the formation of the new
Naval Stores Marketing Company, was
looking for relief in the situation. In
his sleep. "after the night before"-when
other people see something of a zoological
garden collected around the bed, he had a
conversation with the DEVIL and this
worthy gentleman, having proven a good


derful idea to Mr. Shotter.
Next morning his employees in the
Germania bank building in Savannah and
the world at large were informed, that
they had to consider the removal from Sa-
vannah to Jacksonville.
What Mr. Shotter learned in the inter-
view aforementioned was this: He was
shown, how much Savannah, the city
with all its big capital, etc., wouki resent
loosing the American Naval Stores Co.,
anti that they would likely try their very
best to make Mr. Shotter reverse his de-
cision. There are other cities who have
contributed thousands of dollars to a con-
cern, when it intended to open up a fac-
tory in their midst. WVhy should not Sa-
vannah do something similar. Now, after
the news has been spread, Mr. Shotter
will have other interviewers, men with
capital and influence will come to him and
ask him, that he should not play Savan-
nah, who had harbored him so long, the
trick to abandon them in the fight against
Jacksonville. Mr. Shotter will point out
to them several things, which have in-
duced him to the decision and will not
swerve from his original plan. He will
hint, however, that le needs much help,
that the process will cost him much money
and that the fight of the new marketing
company will also turnout to be a costly
business. With this information the in-
terviewers will go and there will be some
between them who will advocate the ne-
cessity of doing something for Shotter to
make him stay, and then this gentleman
will show his true face and it may be,
that he will go as far as to admit, first:
that he may be forced to pay a heavy
fine in the courts; second: that this fine,
once paid, will leave him the loser of so
much money, which must be replaced.
Such hints will be understood and Savan-
nah, with all the influential men in the
city, will get busy to bear on the subject
of the process. If Shotter gets such help,
he will stay in Savannah, which, of course,
has always been his intention anyhow,
and his business will rock along just as
nice and smoothly as it always did. Oh!
the devil is a friend in need, indeed.
UNSOPHISTICATED READER.
Jacksonville, Fla., October 9th, 1908


.THE SOUTH'S PROSPECTS.
In announcing its intention to become
a weekly publication after January 1,
19Q., The Tradesman, of Chattanooga,
Tenn., has the following to say:
"Does it require a prophet to predict the
future of the industrial South? Do we
need to be told what the possibilities
are in the countries lying south of us?
Does the completion of the Panama canal
mean nothing definite? These and num-
berless other developments are at our
threshold already knocking for recognition
and the story cannot be told in a day or a
week or a year. It must be told every
day and all the time and it is because it is
our mission to tell these things, to work
with and for the section that must event-
ually be the greatest beneficiary, that we
know it has become necessary for us to
place The Tradesman in a position that
will better enable it to exploit as well as
safeguard the South's ever-growing possi-
bilities. The industrial supremacy that
this section must enjoy, may be temporar-
ily delayed by opposing interests, but only
temporarily, for it is awake to its own
possibilities, its own resources and re-
sourcefulness. and equipped to take full


friend in need so often, brought a won- advantage of. both."


NOTICE OF INTENTION TO APPLY
FOR LETTERS PATENT.
Notice is hereby given that the under-
signed will apply to the Hen. N. B. Brow-
ard, Governor of the State of Florida, at
Tallahassee, Florida, on the first day
of November A. D. 1908, for Letters Pat-
ent incorporating The Crescent Manufac-
turing Company, under the following pro-
posel charter; the original of which is on
file in the office of the Secretary of State,
of the State of Florida, at Tallahaaee,
Florida.
C. A DuPONT,
ROLAND WOODWARD.
ROBERT RANSON.
Proposed Charter of the Crescent Mana-
facturing Company.
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.
ARTICLE L
The name of this corporation shall be
THE CRESCENT MANUFACTURING
COMPANY, and its business shall be
transacted in the State of Florida, and
elsewhere. The principal officers of the
Company shall be in Jacksonville, Flor-
ida, and said Company shall have semk
other offices, or places of business in the
State, or in the United States, as may be
necessary for the conduct of its businem.
ARTICLE I.
The general nature of the business to
be transacted by the Company shall be to
carry on the industry of mining, exeavat-
ing, producing, manufacturing, adapting
buying, selling, transporting and other-
wise in all manners and forms of deal-
ing in and handling peat, peat fuel, peat
filler, and all their by-products now pro-
duced, or that may hereafter be discor-
ered, and any element, or elements, in
the formation of which, peat, or any of its
component parts, or by-products are used,
in a crude or manufactured state, either
separately or collectively, or in eombina-
tion with any other article, substance or
element.
To acquire, own, lease, purchase, oeupy,
use or develop any lands, marshes, lakes,
or waterways containing peat or timber,
or any other lands advantageous or e-
ful to the business or purposes of the
Company.
To purchase, lease, charter, eonstret,
own, operate, rent, sell, or otherwise dis-
pose of, or the products thereof, factories,
mills, shops, buildings, bridges, ware-
houses, stores, elevators, manufacturing
plants, waterworks, electric plants, gas
works, coke ovens, light and power plants,
irrigation or drainage systems, tow boats
and transportation, barges, engines, ars,
tram roads, general farming and stock
raising, and to conduct any other interest
that may be desirable and advantageous
to the business of the Company.
ARTICLE IIL
The capital stock of the Company shall
be Fifty Thousand Dollars (<*$5,00&
divided into five thousand shares, of the
par value of ten dollars each. fity per
cent. of said stock shall be subscribed for
and paid in full before said corporation
shall transact any business, all or part
of the capital stock of said corporation,
including the stock subscribed for by the
incorporators may be payable in or eissed,
or used for, the purchase of property,
real or personal, labor or services, at a
just valuation therefore to be fixed by the
Board of Director








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THE GROOVER-STEWART DRI co.,

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ARTICLE IV.
The term for which this corporation is
to exist shall be for ninety-nine years.
ARTICLE V.
The business of the Company shall be
conducted by the following officers: Pres-
ident, Vice-President, Secretary and Treas-
urer, which four officers together with
one other stockholder shall constitute a
Board of Directors, five in all.
The Directors shall be elected annually
by the stockholders at an annual meeting
to be held on the last Tuesday in February
each year, and they in turn shall elect the
officers of the Company.
Until said annual election the business
of the Company shall be carried on by the
following officers: President, C. A. Du-
Pont; Vice-President, Roland Wooawaru,
Secretary, Robert Ranson, and Treasurer,
R. D. Jackson.
C. A. DuPont, Roland Woodward, Robert
Ranson, R. D. Jackson, Geo. W. Sanders,
Directors.
ARTICLE VI.
The highest amount of indebtedness or
liability to which this corporation shall
at any time subject itself shall be Twenty-
five Thousand Dollars ($25,000.00).
ARTICLE VLT.
The names and residences of the sub-
scribing incorporators, together with the
amount of their subscription, for stock is
as follows:
C. A. DuPont, Hastings, Fla., 1,500
shares.
Roland Woodward, Jacksonville, Fla.,
500 shares.
Robert Ranson, St. Augustine, Fla., 500
shares.
C. A. DuPONT,
ROLAND WOODWARD,
ROBERT RANSON.
State of Florida,
St. Johns County.
Personally appeared before me a Notary
Public in and for the said County and
State: C. A. Dupont, Roland Woodward
and Robert Ranson, to me well known as
the parties subscribing to the foregoing
charter, and severally acknowledged to
and before me that they subscribed the
same for the uses and purposes therein ex-
pressed.
In Witness Whereof, I have hereunto
set my hand and official seal this 29th day
of August, A. D. 1908.
CHARLES F. HOPKINS,
(SEAL) Notary Public,
My commission expires September 11,


1911.


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Jacksonville and Savannah Comparative Naval Stores Market For Week

Ending Oct. 9, 1908.


ROSIN "


GRADE.

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SATURDAY
Jax. Sav.
6.00-6.30 6.00
5.90-6.10 5.90
5.30-5.40 5.50
4.80-4.85 4.85
4.45-4.50 4.50
3.55-3.60 3.60
3.35 3.35
2.80-2.821.. 2.82%.
2.75 2.771/
2.70 2.70-2.721/
2.671/-2.70 2.671/.
2.65 2.bzy2


GRADE. WEDNa
Jax.
WW___ 6.00
WG___ 5.90-5.95


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5.30-5.50
4.85
4.45-4.50
3.47-3.55
3.22-3.35
2.70-2.80
2.62-2.72
2.57-2.70
2.55-2.70
2.52-2.60


MONDAY
Jax. Say.
6.00-6.10 6.00
5.90-6.10 5.90
5.30-5.45 5.50
4.85 4.85
4.45-4.50 4.50
3.50-3.55 3.60
3.30-3.35 3.30-3.35
2.77'/.-2.80 2.80-2.85
2.70-2.80 2.70-2.80
2.65-2.70 2.70
2.621/.-2.70 2.70
2.60-2.70 2.571/-2.70


SDAY. THURSDAY
Sav. Jax.
6.00 6.00
5.90 5.90
5.50 5.30-5.40
4.85 4.80-4.85
4.40 4.40-4.50
3.50 3.471/-3.50
3.25-3.27/2 3:.221/-25
2.721/.-2.80 2.70
2.65-2.72/., 2.62i,-65 2
2.621.z-67', 2.571/.-60
2.60-2.6212 2.55
2.55-2.57/2, 2.52/.-55


Y.
Say.
6.00
5.90
5.50
4.80-4.85
4.50
3.471/.
3.221M-25
2.70
.621 -671/.
2.571/2-60
2.55
2.50


TUESDAY
Jax. Sav.
6.00 6.00
5.90 5.90
5.30 5.50
4.85 4.85
4.50 4.50
3.571/ 3.50-3.57Y
3.321/. 3.30-3.321/
2.80 2.80-2.871/,
2.721/_2 2.721/-2.75
2.671/ 2.671/-2.70
2.65 2.65
2.621/2 2.60


FRIDAY
Jax. Say.
6.00 6.00
5.90 5.90
5.50 5.50
4.90
4.50 4.85
3.50 3.50
3.20 3.20-3.25
2.65 2.65-2.75
2.60 2.60-2.67
2.55 2.55-571/
2.55 2.55
2.50 2.50


SPIRITS TURPENTINE

SATURDAY. MONDAY. TUESDAY.
Jax. Say. Jax. Sav. Jax. Say.
351/, 351% 35 35- 35 35
WEDNESDAY. THURSDAY. FRIDAY.
Jax. Sav. Jax. Sav. Jax. Sav.
35 35 35 35 35 35


Naval Stores Receipts and Shipments Here and in Savannah
For Week Ending October 9.1908.


ROSIN
Receipts.
Jax. Say.
Saturday .. -. 1,191 2,341
Monday 2,191 2,097
Tuesday 896 3,043
Wednesday-..-_. 692 1,780
Thursday __ 1,911 3,239
Friday 561 3,786


Sales.
Jax. Say.
495 3,223
1,169 1,625
1,905 3,560
1,119 1,642
1,134 3,018
1,119 2,600


Shipments.
Jax. Say.
2() 445
262 2,576
.... 65
710
212 2.611
125 1,413


Stock.
Jax. Say.
53,714 128,121
54,705 127,642
56,634 130,620
57,530 131.6:eI
58,222 132,318
59,921 134,691


SPIRITS TURPENTINE


Walter Mucklow,
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Saturday.__ 277
Monday 1.279
Tuesday '3:
Wednesday.............. 133
Thursday 527
Friday 138


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67S

454
739
909)


433
231
1,160
412

97


776
1,588

342
45
686


23,206
23,48:3
24,475
24,708
24,841
25,341


37,014
36,104
36,879
36,991
37.685
37,908


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8 THE WEEKLY INDUSTRIAL RECORD.


INDUSTRIAL R.ECOR.D
JAMBS A. HOLLOMON. Editr-ia-Chief
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Sm eesmod-eam mater

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


THE RECORD'S OFFICE&
The publishing plant aad the main of-
fces 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.
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must be made direct to the home ofice in
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make collections under any circumstances.
Bills for advertising and subhriptions are
sent out from the home office, when due,
and al renittaces mast be made direct
to this company.
Industrial Recort Publiahing Co.


As an advertising medium the Indust-
rial Record brings results. Try it, Mr.
Manufacturer and Mr. Wholesaler, and
you will be convinced.

The advance in prices of lumber during
the past thirty days has been very satis-
factory to the sawmill men. The demand
is steady and there is every indication that
it will remain so.

Every turpentine operator should sub-
scribe to the Industrial Record and keep
posted concerning conditions of the naval
stores industry. These are strenuous
times and something new is constantly
springing up. The Record will keep you
posted on the latest developments.

The Georgia-Florida Sawmill Associa-
tion will meet in Jacksonville on October
13, and will vote upon a proposed amend-
ment to its constitution. The amendment,
if adopted, will make the association
strictly a manufacturers' organization
That is what the name of the association
implies and what it has generally been
considered. The amendment will very like-
ly be adopted.

Prices of nearly every commodity have
advanced except naval stores. This can
only he accounted for by manipulation of
the market, and the sooner steps are taken
to prevent this manipulation the better.
Shut off the supply and the manipulators
will have nothing with which to manipu-
late. The demand will continue, and then
the producer will receive what the manu-
factured article is worth.


ASK MR. SHOTTER.
The secretary of the American Naval
Stores Company was quoted last week
as saying that it was the intention of the
company to remove its headquarters
from Savannah to Jacksonville. Two
days thereafter the president of the conm-
pany was quoted as saying that the com-
pany had no intention of removing front
Savannah to ,Jacksonville. It is very
evident that somebody was mistaken, to
say the least.
Now, if the statement made by the
president of the company is correct, why
did the secretary of the company author-
ize the statement attributed to him?
It looks very much as though it was a
nice little scheme to induce the dear
Savannah public to beg the company not
to leave that city ,and to give the mouth
piece of the company an opportunity to
tell how much the company has done for
Savannah.
But if you want to know the true rea-
son, just ask Mr. Shotter. He probably
knows.


NAVAL STORES IN RUSSIA.
A glance at the way in which naval
stores are obtained in Russia is interest-
ing.
Red pine, called by the botanists Pinus
sylvestris, is the tree which the Russians
exploit for resin, as the long-leaf pine of
the Southern States is exploited in this
country. In securing the resin the Rus-
sians chip the trees much as we do, but a
far smaller yield is secured.
Each year's chipping extends about
three feet vertically, and all the way
around the tree except for a strip of bark
about two inches wide, just sufficient to
keep the tree alive. After five years'
chipping this strip of bark is also cut and
the tree soon dies.
On account of the coldness of the
climate where the red pine grows, the
resin does not fow readily, but hardens
soon after it exudes from the tree. It is
necessary, therefore, to expose a large sur-
face in order to get a sufficient yield.
Nor does the resin flow far enough to be
caught in liquid form in "boxes" or cups,
as it does in this country. Therefore it
has to be scraped off after it hardens. The
whole product, which amounts to only
about two ounces a year from each tree,
is comparable with the "scrape" which
forms only a small part of the yield
obtained in warmer climates.
Spirits of turpentine and rosin are prep-
ared from this crude resin by distillation
with steam in the usual manner. The tree
is utilized further than this, however. The
outside slabs with scarred surfaces, to
which some resin still adheres, are treated
either in the old fashioned pit kiln, or
in closed iron retorts for the production
of tar, charcoal, and wood turwentine. The
rest of the tree is used for fuel and for
making the barrels in which the products
are shipped.

.THE NEW MARKETING COMPANY.
This issue of the Industrial Record
contains an announcement that success
is now assured the organization of the
Naval Stores Marketing Company. This
will be goosl news indeed to every tur-
pentine operator and every person inter-
ested in the naval stores industry, ex-
cept to the combine in Savannah that
has manipulated the market until prices
have Ieen forced down to such a 1wint
tlat all operators are losing money. Thlt
object of the organization of the new


company is to restore the market to its
normal condition and allow the operators
to make a fair profit. The conunittee
of the Jacksonville Board of Trade which
undertook the work of organizing this
new company deserves the thanks of all
interested in seeing the naval stores in-
dustry restored to normal conditions, for
there is no question that present condi-
tions are abnormal. The committee met
with success everywhere meetings were
held, and liberal subscriptions to stock in
the new company were made at all points
visited. The company is assured of hearty
support by 2,000 consumers, 100 of whom
are in foreign countries, and 1,400 oper-
ators have also given the committee as-
surance of support. With such a back-
ing success is assured and it is Iblieved
that the company will be formally organ-
ized by the soard of trustees within a
few weeks. It is predicted by those well-
Ipsted that within thirty days after the
company conmences business, the prices
of spirits of turpentine will be advanced
at least ten cents a gallon, and that never
again, while the marketing company con-
tinues to operate, will prices go as low as
they have this year.

THE T. 0. A. CONVENTION.
The convention of the Turpentine
operators Association in Jacksonville, on
October 14 and 15, will be the most im-
IYortant. in many respects, of any ever
held by that organization. Prices are
now lower than they have been since the
dark days of 1901, when the association
was organized, and the problem that con-
fronts the operators is a most serious
one. This problem must be solved and
solved quickly or every turpentine oper-
ator in the yellow pine belt will be
bankrupt. It is useless to continue manu-
facturing naval stores and selling at a
price that is less than the cost of produc-
tion. This only forces the operators to
go deeper and deeper into debt, and,
sooner or later, those debts will have to
be paid. Factors will not continue to
make advances when they see that the
operator has no possible chance of pay-
ing.
The remedy must be discovered and ad-
ministered by the operators themselves.
Heretofore the operators have been too
well satisfied to allow others to plan for
them. They have made agreements, but
have not kept them. Several times, at
meetings of their organization, the tur-
pentine operators have solemnly pledged
that they would reduce the box cut.
Some have even gone so far as to declare
that they would not cut another box
until there was an advance in prices.
Have they kept their word? Some few
have but the vast majority have not.
It is earnestly hoped that at the com-
ing convention the operators will decide
upon some plan of action and that all
will stick to the agreement. The oper-
ators must act. They cannot any longer
wait for others to act for them.
Through the efforts of the executive
committee of the Turwentine Operators'
Association and the special naval stores
committee of the Jacksonville Board of
Trade, success is now assured the plan
for organization of the Naval S.tores
Marketing Company. Through this com-
pany it is hold to bring alout a restora-
tion of normal conditions in the naval
stores market. but without the active sup-
port of tlie olr'ttors themselves this can-
not be done. Every mnan interested in the
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the new company not only his moral sup-
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one matter that will be acted upon at the
meeting of the operators association. Of
course, resolutions will be introduced, and
no doubt adopted, endorsing the new com-
pany, but resolutions are not enough. It
takes cash to bring about the desired re-
sults.
It is sincerely hoped and believed that
the convention of the operators will be a
harmonious one and that much good to the
entire naval stores industry will result.

ALLEGED ADULTERATION.
The Paint, Oil and Drug Review, of
('Cieago, devotes nearly an entire page of
its last isfue to the harp.-a mu..e ia foie
the Jacksonville Board cf Trade relative
to the alleged adulterations of spirits of
turpentine. The Review says that if the
charge made is justified, some drastic
rei.edy is needed. Tie. resolutions of the
tinarl of Trade are copied in full rela-
tive to adulteration and false gauging of
turpentine and the false grading of
rosins and then is publidsied the letter of
the pres'"ent of the Savannah Board of
Tr-ad asking the ldeo-rtment of Agricul-
tu.-r to investigate the citarges.
Editorially, the Review says:
A statement like that made by a com-
ilitteeman in connection with the resolu-
tions lately passed by the Jacksonville i
Board of Trade, to the effect that the
spirits turpentine supply of this country
is heavily adulterated with kerosene, can-
not pass unchallenged. What wasme t,
undoubtedly, was that large quaotities'et
naphtha are used in the adulteration of
turpentine, and the statement is rendered
plausible from the well-known fact that
naphtha has some of the drying proper-
ties of turpentine and is not infrequently
substituted for it. But the mere state-
iment that the adulteration of spirits tur-
lentine is eommonlly practiced should not
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challenge.
"On another page of this issue we print
the resolutions of the Jacksonville Board
of Trade, referred to above, and the reply
of the Savannah Board of Trade. It is
only fair that the two should appear to-
gether. The Savannah Board of Trade
takes the ground that, so far as the stocks
of turpentine in that market are con-
cerned, there" is no truth in the allega-
tion that they are adulterated; and an
investigation under government authority
is asked, to cover all the southern ports.
"The specific statement to which excep-
tion is made by the Savannah Board of
Trade was not contained in the resolutions
themselves, but was made by a committee-
man, who said that "the American crop
of turpentine for the turpentine year end-
ing April 1, 1908, was adulterated with
not less than 25.000 barrels of kerosene
oil, costing from 7 to 10 cents a gallon."
It is not difficult to understand how harm-
ful such a report going out broadcast
could be to the naval stores industry.
"There is now but one alternative for
the Jacksonville Board of Trade-either
to prove its charges or retract them. If
the spirits turpentine on the market is as
generally adulterated as has been alleged,
the consumer is entitled to know it, and
steps should be taken to punish the ad-
ulterators. We cannot, however, believe
that such is the case unless the necessary
proof is forthcoming. It seems more rea-
sonable to believe that rash statements
have been made, without any tangible
proof to back them, than that wholesale
sophistication of the spirits turpentine
supply has been common. In either case
a wrong has been done, and it now de-
volves on the proper authorities to in-
vestigate and make known the real facts
in the case, and to put the blame where
it belongs."

MILLS HAVE RESUMED.
A iwecial from Hattiesburg, Miss., says:
Reports from saw mills in the surround-
ing country which have resumed opera-
tions during the past week or will resume
during the coming week, show that up-
wards of three thousand laborers expert
and common that have been idle through-
out the summer, have been given employ-
ment. The list made up does not em-
brace all the mills that have resumed, nor
does it take into account the increase in
number of men at mills already in opera-
tion. The market continues stiff and buy-
ers as well as manufacturers say that the
re-opening of these mills will not have the
effect of glutting the market, but will
merely enable this section to take care of
the orders that are coming in.

Dade county's assessed valuation this
year is $6,106,000 as against $5,898,000 last
year, an increase of $177,000.


THE WORLD'S TIMBER TRADE.

Lumber Importations Amount to Nearly
Three Hundred Million Dollars.
Few people have the slightest concep-
tion just how important a part timber
and unmanufactured wood play in the
trade Iwtween the world's great nations,
and doubtless it is news to many to learn
that the lumler importations of the vari-
ous countries amount to $25,(00,000. This
is according to estimates for the whole
world compiled by Dr. Ernest Friedrich, of
the German commercial high school at
Leipzig.
Notwithstanding the fact that it finds
its own supply dwindling, the United
Sates furnishes about 20 per cent of the
lumber imported by other countries.
Austria-Hungary furnishes 19 per cent.,
Finland 10 per cent., and Norway and
Roumania a small quantity.
The countries importing wood are those
on the highest economical plane, which
were themselves in earlier times densely
wooded, but whose forests have been
denuded to a greater or less extent to
make room for agriculture and other in-
dustries, says Vice-('onsul James L. A.
Burrell. of Madgeburg, in a report to this
government. Only 4 per cent. of the ter-
ritory of Great Britain is covered with
forests, and during the year 1906 that
country imported lumber to the value of
$13.,.541.750. Germany has still 26 per
cent. of its territory covered by lorests,
but imported in 1906 lumber valued at
$61,265,000. Belgium and the Netherlands,
that have but 8 per cent. forest lands.
Denmark, that has 7 per cent., France and
Switzerland, with a small percentage, are
all compelled to import lumber.
Besides these countries, those lands
lying on the dry western side of the sub-
tropical zone lacking forests are forced to
import wood. Egypt imports wood and
coal to the value of about $16,660.000 an-
nualy; Algeria, Tunis, Spain, Portugal
(with only 3 per cent. forest land), Italy,
Greece (with 9 per cent. forest land), the
eastern part of Asia, British, South
Africa, the western part of whilee and Peru,
the Argentine Republic, and Australia, all
poor in wood, are dependent upon import.

WANT WOODWORKING PLANTS
The people of Apalachicola, Fla., want
to arrange with experienced manufactur-
ers for the location of a furniture factory,
veneering plant, crate factory and other
manufactories. They state that the neces-
sary woods are available in large quanti-
ties, and correspondence is solicited. H.
W. .Johnston can be addressed.

Volusia county's tax valuation this
year is $5.471,949, an increase over last
year of $330,000. The State tax of 71/-
mtills will bring in $41,0(3.33, and the
county tax of 15 mills, $85,461.91.


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.NOTICE OF APPLICATION LETTERS. !corporation in any manner and generally
PATENT. to have, exercise and enjoy all the rights,
Notice is hereby given that the ander- Iowers and privileges incident to wrpora-
signed will, on the 26th day of October, tions for profit under and by virtue of the
1908, apply to the Honorable N. B. Bro- laws of the State of Florida.
ward, Governor of the State of Florida, III. The amount of the capital stock
for letters patent incorporating the Lacka- of this corporation shall be TWO HUN-
wanna Spring and Hotel Company under I DRED THOUSAND DOLLARS ($200,000.-
the following proposed charter, the origin- 00), to be divided into twenty thousand
al of which is now on file in the office of shares of the par value of TEN DOLiARS
the Secretary of State of the State of ($10.00) each. No stock shall be issued
Florida. until fully paid for, but when fully paid
W. B. OWEN, I for, it shall be issued as fully paid and
J. A. HOLLMON. I non-assessable. All or any part of the
S. C. iTI _I capital stock of this corporation may be
The undersigned hereby associate themJR paid in by or used for the purchase of
he ters d hereby assoce t heom- property, labor and services at a just
selves together for the purpose of beom- valuation thereof to be fixed by the board
ng incorporated and forming a corpora- of directors at a meeting to be called for
tion under and by virtue of the laws of purpose, and may also be sold fo
the State of Florida, with and under the h or in installments of such amount t
following proposed charter: ash or in iernstallments ofat such amounter
I. The name of this corporation shall and at such 1preontaoe and i t sue m inter-
be LACKAWAsNNA SPRING AND vals as the board of directors may deter-
bte oLACKAWANNA SPRINGl A In, ,ut at least ten per ceont (100/) of
HOTEL COMPANY, and its business shall fine, but at least ten per cent (10%) of
HOTEL COMPANY, and its b inda, in sh the entire capital stock shall be subscribed
be conducted in the State of Florida, infor and fully paid in before this company
other States of the United States of al transact any business.
America, and in foreign countries wher- sha trasact a bsie
ever necessary or convenient. The prin- IV. The term for which said corpora-
cipal office of said corporation shall be in tion shall exist shall be ninety-nine years.
the city of Jacksonville, county of Duval, V. The business of said corporation
State of Florida. shall be conducted by the following of-
II. The general nature of the business fliers: a President, a Vice-President, a
to be conducted by said corporation shall I Secretary, a Treasurer, and a board of not
be to generally deal and traffic in mineral, less than three nor more than thirteen
carbonated, table and spring waters of all directors. The offices of Secretary and of
kinds; to buy, sell, manufacture and deal Treasurer may be held by the same per-
and traffic in non-alcoholic drinks and son. The lAard of directors may appoint
beverages of all kinds; to buy or other- subordinate officers of said corporation,
wise acquire, use, sell, pledge, lease, assign having such powers, duties and terms as
and transfer, to grant licenses in respect may be provided by the by-laws. The
to, and otherwise turn to account, receipts, directors shall be elected by the stock-
formulae and secret processes for making holders at each annual meeting; all other
such drinks and beverages; to acquire, officers of the corporation shall e elected
own, use, lease, mortgage, sell and convey, by the directors. The date of the annual
or otherwise dispose of lands containing meeting of the corporation shall be on the
mineral, medicinal or other springs or second Tuesday of October of each year.
waters, and any other lands necessary for The stockholders shall meet on Tuesday,
or convenient in the conduct of any of the the 27th day of October, 1908, at the office
businesses of this corporation; to erect, of the company in the city of Jackson-
operate and maintain on any of the lands ville. 1)uval county, State of Florida, at
owned or controlled by the corporation 10 o'clock a. m., for the purpose of adopt-
spring houses, pumping stations, bottling ing by-laws. holding the first election of
works, plants for carbonating and charg- directors and completing the organization
ing waters and non-alcoholic drinks and of the corporation. Until the officers
beverages of all kinds, and plants for the elected at the first election of officers shall
manufacture of bottles and receptacles of be qualified, the business of this corpora-
all kinds, both for its own use and also for tion shall be conducted by the following
sale at wholesale and retail; to erect, officers: J. A. Hollomon, President; W.
operate and maintain hotels, theaters or B. Owen, Vice-President, and F. F. Kerner,
other buildings for the accommodating and Secretary and Treasurer, and J. A. Hollo-
entertainment of the public for compensa- mon. W. B. Owen, F. F. Kerner, Roland
tion, or to lease or otherwise let the same oodward and S. C. Littlefield, Jr., Direc-
to others to be operated and maintained, tors.
and to lay out parks and streets on any VI. The highest amount of indebted-
of the lands owned or controlled by the ness or liability to which this corporation
corporation and to conduct and maintain shall at any time subject itself shall be
any such parks as places of amusement twice the amount of the authorized capital
for compensation or otherwise, and to stock.
make rules and regulations for admission VII. The names and residences of the
of the public to any park, theater or subscribing stockholders of this corpora-
other place of amusement controlled by tion, together with the amount of the
the corporation; to subscribe for, purchase, capital stock subscribed for by each, are
receive, own, hold for investment or other- as follows: J. A. Hollomon, Jacksonville,
wise, sell, dispose of and make advances Florida, 2500 shares; W. B. Owen, Jack-
upon stocks, shares, bonds, securities, or sonville, Florida, 2500 shares; F. F. Ker-
other obligations of other corporations, ner, Jacksonville. Florida, 100 shares; R.
wherever located or organized, engaged in V. Woodward, Jacksonville, Florida, 100
or pursuing any one or more of the busi- shares, and S. C. Littlefield, Jr., Jackson-
nesses, proposes, or objects herein mention- ville, Florida, 100 shares.
ed and recited, or owning and holding prop- W. B. OWEN,
erty of any of the kinds hereinbefore men- J. A. HOLLOMON,
tioned, and to exercise and enjoy all the S. C. LITTLEFIELD, JR.
rights, powers and privileges of the owner- State of Florida,
ship thereof; to acquire, own, register, County of Duval.
use, sell and dispose of in any manner and Personally appeared before me J. A.
upon such terms as it may desire, trade Ilollomon, V. B. Owen and S. C. Little-
marks, copyrights and patents, and to field, Jr., each of whom are well known
exercise any and all rights growing out to me and known to me to be the individ-
of the same; to borrow money and uals described in and who subscribed and
secure the same by mortgages, deeds, executed the foregoing Charter and sever-
boads, notes, or other obligations; to have ally acknowledged that they executed the
a lie apon all the shares of any stock- same for the purposes therein expressed.
bolder w o may become detbted to this In Witness Whereof, I have hereunto


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COLD STORAGE.
If orange growers can send their crop
to some central Florida point to be held
in cold storage until prices warrant their
being put on the market it is obvious
that they can control the market. Grow-
ers who have been able to leave their
oranges on the trees until prices justified
their being picked have profited by it, but
there is always danger of a free. If
such storage is provided for at Jackson-
ville;from which point every part of the
country can be reached by rail, the prob-
lem is solved.-Times-Union.
A good cold storage plant is badly
needed in Jacksonville. It would save
thousands of dollars to the growers of
Florida. There is no possibility of a glut
in northern markets to store fruit here.
It seems to us that with proper organ-
isation, everything necessary to protect
the growers' interests can be had, even a
FINE COLD storage plant.

BIG ORDERS FOR CROSSTIES.
A dispatch from Hattiesburg, Miss.,
states that the Union Pacific Railroad has
just entered that lumber market for the
purchase of 10,000,000 feet of crossties.
The railroad, it is stated, will purchase
through the McShane Lumber Co. of
Omaha, whose representative has been to
Hattiesburg and quoted prices to the mill
operators.

NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION.
Notice is hereby given that the co-
partnership heretofore existing between F.
B. Jones and W. H. Frank, printers, with
business place at 13 Newnan Street, Jack-
sonville, Fla., has been dissolved by mutual
consent; and same will henceforth be con-
ducted under the firm name of Jones &
McClain.
Dated, Jacksonville, Fla., Oct. 8. 108.
F. B. JONES,
W. H. FRANK.
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GUARDIAN'S NOTICE.
Thirty days after the date of this no-
tice I, the undersigned, Guardian of Fan-
nie, Harry, Altea and Carrie Pilton, minm-
ors, will apply to the Hon. H. B. Philips,
County Judge of Duval County, Florida.
for an order to sell all the right, title and
interest of said minors in and to all that
eartain lot or parcel of land situate, lying
and being in the County of Duval, State
of Florida, to-wit: The South 25 feet of
Lot 6 in Block 102, Hart's map of La-
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517 and 519 WEST BAY STREET
JACKSONVILWE PLA.



LIGHT SAW MILLS

Lath ad Shirgle Miacim

Saws and SumppIl4e,

Steam and Gasoline
u.gine

Try

LOMBARD

AUGUSTA, GA.

Phosphate Machinery






CHAS. A. CLARK, IN.
ard, a e rofteSa, oflo
Phone 186. Jackeonville. Fla.

-U-.
NOTICE OF APPLICATION LETTERS
PATENT.
Notice is hereby given, That the under-
signed, on the 15th day of October, A. D.
1908, will apply to the Hon. N .. Brow-
ard, as Governor of the State of Florida,
at Tallahassee, Fla., for letters patent in-
corporating the undersigned and their as-
sociates into a corporation under the laws
of the State of Florida, under the follow-
ing proposed charter:
A. H. MARSH,
P. D. CASSIDEY,
WALTER MUCKLOW,
OSCAR SEEWALD.


St. Joseph's Academy LO RETTOFLA.
r(mea Mar dria)
A Boarding School for Boys. Conducted by the Sisters of St. Jomeph
Young Boys from 8 to 14 years Received, Carefully Trained, along
Physical, Intellectual, Moral, and Social Lines. Healthy Location Mag-
nificent Swimming Pool, Complete Equipment in Schoolrooms, Dor-
mitories, Dining Hall, and Recreation Rooms
Afply fr prspec ts t he SISTER SUPERIOR. ST. JOSEPH'S ACADEMY, Loretto Fl


Proposed Charter of the
SOUTH ATLANTIC PAPER COMPANY.
The undersigned incorporators hereby I
associate themselves together for the pur- h
pose of forming a corporation under the c
laws of the State of Florida, and adopt the p
following articles of incorporation: (
I. The name of the corporation shall r
be THE SOUTH ATLANTIC PAPER s
COMPANY, and its business shall be con- t
ducted in the State of Florida, and in o
other states of the United States of
America, and in foreign countries, wher-
ever necessary or convenient. The prin- r
cipal office of the corporation shall be
located in the city of Jacksonville, Florida.
IL The general nature of the business
to be transacted by said corporation shall
be to manufacture, buy, sell and deal n
all classes and kinds of printing, com-
mercial and writing papers and paper bags, t
of whatever kind, name or nature so-
ever; and in stationery, inks, printing
material and machinery, office furniture,
and all classes of goods, wares and mer-
chandise necessary or useful in the manu-
facture, sale and distribution of all kinds
of printing, ruling and binding work, and
in book making and book publishing, and
every and each department of the print-
ing, publishing and stationery business,
and incidental thereto;
To patent, register and protect by trade-
marks or otherwise any means, methods,
appliances, formulae, secret processes,
machines, symbols or designations; to
patent, purchase, lease or otherwise
acquire any patent, patent rights, for-
mulae, secret processes, license or privil-
eges, trade marks, or designations, and to
operate under, sell, assign, pledge or grant
licenses in respect of or otherwise to turn
the same to account; to acquire, hold, use,
mortgage, lease and convey all such prop-
erty, real or personal, in any part of the
world, as may be necessary, convenient or
expedient in connection with said business;
To guarantee, subscribe for, purchase,
hold, sell, assign, transfer, mortgage,
pledge or otherwise dispose of shares of
capital stock or bonds, securities or evi-
dences of indebtedness issued or created by
any other corporation, and while the own-
er or holder of such stocks, bonds or
obligations, to exercise all the rights,
powers and privileges of ownership;
To buy, own, hold, lease, let upon lease,i
mortgage, sell and convey real property
and also to improve the same by erecting
thereupon buildings of any kind or char-
acter; to buy and sell real and personal
property of every kind and description,
either for itself or for others, on commis-
sion or otherwise, and to mortgage and
pledge the same as security for loans; to
make loans and advances to others and to
take as security therefore either mortgages
or pledges upon real or personal property
or personal security; to carry on and tran-
sact a general building and contracting
business for itself or others;
To enter into, carry out or otherwise
turn to account contracts of every kind;
to have and maintain branches, agencies
and offices within the State of Florida and
elsewhere; and to do any and all things
set forth in this charter as objects, pur-
poses, powers, businesses or otherwise to
the same extent and as fully as natural
persons might or could do in any part of
the world and, in general, to carry on such
operations and enterprises and to do all
such things in connection therewith as may
be permitted by the laws of Florida, and
be necessary and convenient in the con-
ducting of the company's businesses.
III. The amount of capital stock of
said corporation shall be Twenty-five
Thousand Dollars ($25,000.00), to be divid-
ed into Two Hundred and Fifty shares of
the par value of $100.00 per share. Pay-
ment for said capital stock shall be re-
ceived only in cash, but stock subscriptions


nay be payable in the manner and at the
times determined upon by the Board of
Directors. The corporation shall have a
ien upon all shares of stock of any stock-
lolder who may become indebted to the
corporation, either for the amount un-
aid on his stock subscription or any
other indebtedness whatsoever, with the
ight to sell and dispose of such stock or
uch portion thereof as may be necessary
o pay such indebtedness, at either public
>r private sale, and upon such terms and
notice as the Board of Directors may
determine, and with the further right to
efuse to transfer such stock until the full
payment of such indebtedness.
Ten per cent. of the capital stock shall
be subscribed and paid in cash before said
corporation shall be authorized to transact
my business.
IV. The term for which said corpora-
ion shall exist shall be ninety-nine (99)
years.
V. The business of the corporation shall
be conducted by the following officers: A
president, a vice-president, a seertary, a
treasurer and a Board of five directors.
The office of Secretary and Treasurer may
be held by the same person. The number
of Directors may be changed from time to
time by the by-laws, but shall at no time
be less than three nor more than seven,
and the Directors shall be annually seleet-
ed by the stockholders. The above-named
officers shall be elected by the Board of
Directors from among their own number.
The first annual meeting of the stock-
holders shall b held on the 27th dy of
October, 1908, in the city of Jackson-
ville, Florida, for the purpose of electing
officers, adopting by-laws, and completing
the organization of the corporation.
VL Until the officers elected at the
first annual meeting are qualified, the busi-
ness of the corporation shall be conducted
by the following named officers:
A. H. Marsh, President; P. D. CaW-
sidey, Vice-President; Walter Mueklow,
Secretary and Treasurer.
VIL The highest amount of indebted-
ness or liablitiy to which this earporation
may at any time subject itself shall be
twice the amount of the authorized capital
stock.
VIL. The names and residences of the
subscribers, and the amount of capital
stock subscribed by each, are as follows:
A. H. Marsh, Jacksonville, Fl., 25
shares.
Oscar Seewald, Jacksonville, Fla., 25
shares.
P. D. Cassidey, Jacksonville, Fla., 2
shares.
Walter Mucklow, Jacksonville, Fl, 5
shares.
J. A. Hollomon, Jacksonville, Fla, 25
shares.
State of Florida, County of Duval.
Before me, a Notary Public in and for
the State of Florida at large, personally
appeared A. H. Marsh, Osear Seewald,
Walter uicklow and P. D. Csidey,
each to me well known and known to me
to be the individuals described in and who
executed the foregoing proposed charts
and severally duly acknowledged that they
executed the same for the purposes there-
in expressed.
Witness my hand and official seal at the
City of Jacksonville, Florida, this 3rd day
of September, A. D. 1908.
C. J. PEBCE,
Notary Public, State of Florida at large.
My commission expires April 23, 1910.
(Notarial Seal)


CAN YOU AFFORD TO BE WITHOUT
THE WEEKLY INDUSTRIAL RECORD
WHEN SO MANY IMPORTANT MAT-
TERS ARE TRANSPIRING IN THE
NAVAL STORES WORLD?











12 THE WEEKLY INDUSTRIAL RECORD.


WANTED


FOR SALE
Rate for this column is 2 ens per word
for rst inertion and I at p word for
following inertions. No advertise ent
taken for les than 40 eats for irat, sad
20 cemit for following i rtioN. Oa
must company orders unless you )'
an aeeount with us.

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

FOR SALE-A small location, three
years in operation, 2,500 acres; six crops.
Herty cups; timber to cut three more
with backing enough to cut twelve to
fifteen; price, $6,000.00. Address "Lo-
cation," in care of Record. 9-12-0

WANTED A first-elass turpentine
woodsman, a thorough hustler and strictay
sober; one that can furnish plenty of
labor to take charge of woods of small
place; married man preferred; state price.
F. Burnett, Dayton, Ga. 9-12-5t

WANTED- Sober, reliable, experienced
woodsman, also stiller, men of small
family preferred. Give references and
state salary desired. Romeo Turpentine
Co., Romeo, Fla. 9-12-4t

WAiNTD-All eumis-sa to el- up
their bau of all kinds of asd aeks and
barie. We buy everythUn in thU way
of sk. Write oa. Amuima Fibr Co.,
Jaeksonav, e1.


WANTED-Position as woodsman or
stiller by experienced turpentine man by
the 1st of November. Can give best 0 rel-
crences. Address, W. A. Lenox, Ga., R.
V. D. No. 2. Box 27. 9-12-4t


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

TUIRPENTINE WtOODSMAN, with ten
years' experience, wants lsmition. Best of
reference. Adlress S. M. Donaldson. (rove-
land, (a. 10-9-5t

POSITION WANTED-To get out staves
for cotwoering and run still; can take
hold at once. Write me. George Brad-
shaw, Perry, Fla. 10-3-4t.

YO( 'N MAN-Desires position as lxbok-
keeper or commissary clerk with tur-
pentine olwrator; have had some experi-
ence in turpentine. Address, (. ('. Ander-
son. Plant City, Fla. 10-9-2t

POSITION WANTED-By an experi-
enced man as woodsman, or as commissary
man. with a small ride. Am a good stiller.
Can give reference. Address, II. T. Sowell,
Howell, Ga. 9-19-t


WM. D. JONES
PRESCRIPTION SPECIALIST
... ,.

FAMILY DRUGGIST
107 E. BAY ST.
Mall Orders Solihed


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OLDEST WHISKEY HOUSE IN SOUTH
ESTABLISHED 1881
OLD SHARPE WILLIAMS.
Pure fine old Rye, by the
gallon ............... .$3.00
4 full quarts ............$3.50
Express prepaid.
GEORGE J. COLEMAN.
Pure Pennsylvania Rye,
rich and mellow, by the
gallon ................ 2.75
4 full quarts ........... .$3.0
Express prepaid.
S ANVIL RYE.
Pure and substantial
family whiskey, by the
gallon ................. 50
4 full quarts .............
Express prepaid.
OLD POINTER CLUB CORN.
Sl Rich and mellow, by the
gallon ..................5 $.
I full quarts ............ .90
Express prepaid.




Direct from Bonded Warehonses and Old.
By the gallon .......................................................$3.25
,Four full quarts ..................................................$3.75
Express prepaid.
We handle all the leading brands of Rye and Bourbon Whiskies in the
market, and will save you from 25 to 50 I~r cent on your purchases. Send
for price list and catalogue. Mailed free.


THE Altmayer& Flatau Liquor Company
7204.22. 724. 726 West By Street
JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA
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lirmdtistrial Record I3uyers' Directory.
----------- ----------------:um ::m m~z~-.---- p:s.e


ACCOUNTANTS.
T. G. Hutchinson, Jacksonville, Fla.
Walter Mucklow, Jacksonville, Fla.
AXES.
J. D. Weed & Co., Savannah, Ga.
BANKS.
Commercial Bank, Jacksonville, Fla.
BEER-WHOLESALE.
Chas. Blum & Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
Joseph Zaph & Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
BARREL STAVES.
East Coast Lumber Co., Watertown,
Florida.
BOXES AND CRATES.
Cummer Lumber Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
CROCKERY.
Knight Crockery and Furniture Co.,
Jacksonville, Fla.
CLOTHING.
Standard Clothing Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
Stuart-Bernstein Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
.COPPER SMITHS.
McMillan Brothers, Jacksonville, Savan-
nah and Mobile.
Baker, M. A., Brunswick, Ga., and Pensa-
cola, Fla.
COOPERAGE.
Florida Cooperage Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
Atlantic Cooperage Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
DRUGS.
Wm. D. Jones, Jacksonville, Fla.
DRUGS-WHOLESALE.
Groover-Stewart Drug Co., Jacksonville,
Fla.
Southern Drug Mfg. Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
ENGINES.
Schofield's Sons Co., J. S., Macon, Ga.
Lombard Iron Works and Supply Co.,
Augusta, Ga.
FURNITURE.
Knight, Crockery and Furniture Co., Jack-
sonville, Fla.


FERTILIZERS.
Bours & Co., Win. A., Jacksonville, Fla.
FOUNDRIES.
Schofield's Sons Co., J. S., Macon, Ga.
Lombard Iron Works and Supply Co.,
Augusta, Ga.
FUNERAL DIRECTORS.
The Chas. A. Clark Co., Jacksonville. Fla.
GAS.
Jacksonville Gas Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
GENTS' FURNISHERS.
Standard Clothing Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
Stuart-Bernstein Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
GROCERS-WHOLESALE.
Williams, J. P., Co., Savannah, Ga.
Young Co., John R., Savannah, Ga.
HATS.
Stuart-Bernstein Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
HARDWARE.
Tampa Hardware Co., Tampa, Fla.
Weed & Co., J. D., Savannah, Ga.
HAY AND GRAIN.
Bours & Co., Wm. A., Jacksonville, Fla.
HATS.
Standard Clothing Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
HOOP IRON.
J. D. Weed & Co., Savannah, Ga.
HOTELS.
Duval Hotel, Jacksonville, Fla.
IRON WORKS.
Schofield's Sons Co., J. S., Macon, Ga.
JEWELERS.
11. J. Riles Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
Greenleaf & Crosby Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
Hess & Slager, Jacksonville, Fla.
LUMBER.
Eaist Coast Lumber Co., Watertown,
Florida.
LIQUORS.
Blum & Co., Chas., Jacksonville, Fla.


Altmayer & Flatau Liquor Co., Jackson-
ville, Fla.
Joseph Zapf & Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
MEDICINES.
Spencer Medicine Co., Chattanooga, Tenn.
MACHINE WORKS.
Schofield's Sons Co, J. S., Macon, Ga.
Iombard Iron Works, Augusta, Ga.
MATERIALS FOR TURPENTINE PRO-
CESS.
Schofield's Sons Co., J. S., Macon, Ga.
METAL WORKERS.
McMillan Brothers, Jacksonville, Savan-
nah and Mobile.
Baker, M. A., Brunswick, Ga., and Pensa.
cola, Fla.
MILL SUPPLIES.
Schofiied's Sons Co., J. S., Macon, Ga.
Weed & Co., J. D., Savannah, Ga.
Lombard Iron Works & Supply Co.,
Augusta, Ga.
NAVAL STORES.
Peninsular Naval Stores Co., Jacksonville
and Tampa, Fla.
Barnes & Jessup Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
Consolidated Naval Stores Co., Jackson-
ville, Fla.
West-Flynn-Ilarris Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
Williams Co., J. P., Savannah, Ga.
Young Co.. John R., Savannah. Ga.
Southern States Naval Stores Co., Savan-
nah, Ga.
PHOSPHATE MACHINERY.
Lombard Iron Works & Supply Co,
Augusta, Ga.
PUMPS.
Schofield's Sons Co., J. S., Macon, Ga.
RAILROADS.
Atlantic Coast Line.


SAWMILS.
Lombard Iron Works and
Augusta, Ga.


Supply C.,


SEEDS.
Bours & Co., Wm. A., Jacksonville, Fla.
SHIP YARDS.
Cummer Lumber Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
SHOES-WHOLESALE.
Hutchinson Shoe Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
.Jos. Rosenheim Shoe Co., Savannah, Ga.
SHOES-RETAIL.
Stuart-Bernstein Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
TANKS.
G. M. Davis & Sons, Palatka, Fla.
Schofield's Sons Co., J. S., Macon, Ga.
Preston Miller Co., Crescent City, Fla.
TURPENTINE BARRELS.
Atlantic Cooperage Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
Florida Cooperage Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
TURPENTINE STILLS.
Baker, M. A., Brunswick, Ga., and Pensa-
cola, Fla.
McMillan Brothers, Jacksonville, Savan-
nah and Mobile.
TIMBER LANDS.
Jacksonville Development Co., Jackdem-
ville, Fla.
J. H. Li-ingston & Sons, Ocala, Fla.
TURPENTINE TOOLS.
Council Tool Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
J. D. Weed & Co., Savannah, Ga.
WATCHES.
Greenleaf & Crosby Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
Hess & Slager, Jacksonville, Fla.
R. J. Riles Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
YELLOW PINE LUMBER.
Cummer Lumber Co., Jacksonville, Fa.
East Coast Lumber Co., Watertown, Fla.








THE WEEKLY INDUSTRIAL RECORD. 13

Capital $20,000

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


JOSEPH ZAPF CO


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.


Wholesale Dealers in and Bottlcrs cf

ANHEUSERK-BUSCH

St. Louis Lager Beer
W Wholesale

Liquors, Wins, Minral Waters

Write for Prices


STILLS AT VERY NEAR COST


I have on hand a very large assortment of stills, ranging in size from ten
to fifty barrels capacity. I have put the prices of these stills down to just
a little above cost, in order to dispose of them. Copper is now exceedingly
cheap, and there is no reason why the price of stills should 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 be published later on. In the meantime if you are in the market for any-
thing in the still line, ask me for prices, F. O. B. your railroad station. If I
do not sell you what you want, I will make someone else sell you cheap. My
specialty is closely riveted stills, with heavy bottoms, high crowns, large
spouts, extra large worms and above all, stills that are guaranteed not to
leak. Drop our nearest shop a line, or wire us for your wants. Ask for our
booklet of testimonials.
M. A. BAKER, Brunswick, Ga. M. A. BAKER & CO, Pensacola, Fla.


HOOP HAMMERS

Economical: Satisfectory:
Convenient.
Council's Cooper's Hammers
are Time Savers, Designed for
use, Forged of the Best Tool
Steel, and tempered for service.
Unexcelled for piercing and nail-
ing hoops. Write your jobber
about them.

The COUNCIL TOOL CO. Inc.. - Wananish. N. C.

3 lillit131 ll ll t 1131 44(t1111! ilili3t1 11 tii11


- J.A. G. CA~8a., Preident J. F. DUsBNBUTr. 1t Vice-President
ST.A. JrauLrn. 2nd Vioe-President. H. L. KAYTO, 3d Vice-Pre dent and Sec.
H. P. E Sca srTa. Treasurer.


J. P. WILLIAMS COMPANY,

II111 SRIoE FICTRS II WlESIE hMGlRS.
Main Oflce bAVIANNXH, OGORGIA
; m.c.. O Jle: \ JIJCKRONVILE., rLA. ran"h OroeryS nlon.,
Veanc Storfrces Prod nrs ac vted to Co LMspoU With Vs.
Naval Stores Prodacers are I vited to CorrespOad With Us.
tt3l I 133tll l llllll3-333 13 1 1 8l3111 1 I it I I I I I -1 11:


NOTICE OF INTENTION TO APPLY
FOR LETTERS PATENT.
Notice is hereby given that the under-
signed will apply to Hon. N. B. Broward,
governor r of the State of Florida, at Talla-
ihassee Florida, on the 10th day of No-
venunl.r. A. D. 1!9l.N for letters patent in-
corporating the "*ATIAN' I( SHING;LE
(O-MPANY," under the following pro-
posed charter:
J. P. 'PELMENTEIt.
.1. F. PATT'ERSON,,
.I. \\Al{N(X'K,
\V I. B. PlEVATT.
Proposed Charter of Atlantic Shingle
Company.
The undersigned hereby associate them-
selves together for tie purlmose of becom-
ingl incorporated under the laws of the
State of Florida, under the following pro-
posed charter:
ARTICLE I.
The name of the corporation shall be
"'THE ATLANTIC SIIIN(;LE (O)1MPANY"
with its principal place of business in the
City of Jacksonville. Florida. with lwwer
to establish branch otlices anywhere in
this or any other State.
ARTICLE II.
The general nature and character of the
business or businesses to be transacted
are to buy, sell. dilspose of. shingles at
wholesale or retail, on commission or oth-
erwise. and generally to engage in the
shingle business and to do all such acts
and things as are usually necessary or in-
cident to such a business: to carry on bus-
iness as timber merchants, saw mill pro-
prietors. timber growers and to buy, sell.
grow. prepare for market, import. export,
and deal in timber and wodl of all kinds
and to manufacture and deal in articles of
all kinds in the manufacture of which
timlswr or woods is used; to purchase. lease
or otherwise acluiire timlwr. lands, tracts
and rights: to buy. sell. manufacture or
otherwise deal in at wholesale and retail
for itself and others. groceries, hay, grain.
building material, fotl products. provis-
ions, produce, cigars and tolmcco. dry
goods. notions, clothing. In)ts. shoes,
hardware. cutlery. erockery, vehicles, har-
ness, naval stores, llunder, crossties. mer-
chandise, mill products. farming and tur-
pentine implements, live stock. commer-
cial fertilizers, and Ilwrsonal prole'rty of
any kind whatsoev r: to maintain, operate
anl use and own sawmills, tramroads. log-
ging tools. naval stores machinery. tur-
I'entine distilleries, and all appliances in-
cident thereto: to act as agents, brokers.
commission merchants, factors and ware-
house men in dealing in any and all of the
commodities aforesaid; to subscribe for.
purchase, issue, receive and hold for in-
vestment or otherwise, sell or dispose of.
and make advances upon stocks, charges.
bonds. securities or obligations of other
corporations. firms or individuals, and
while the owner of any such stock, bonds.
securities and obligations to exercise all
the rights, powers and privileges of own-
ership thereof, and vote the same: to sell,
mortgage. sublet, hire. lease, or convey the
pro"wrty of said corporation or an, part
thereof at will, and to invest the proceeds
thereof, and in such manner as may be de-
termined yv the Board of Directors: to
buy, own, sell. mortgage, lease or other-
wise handle any and all real property and
rights therein; to borrow money. secure
same by notes, mortgage. pledges. Imnds
or other obligations %whatsoever: to re-


Cypress Tanks

For All Purposes

BEST MADE
Write for Catnegse

Preston Miller Co.

Gept. B Crescent City, Fla


ceive Imyment of the capital stock in
money, labor, property or services at a
just valuation thereof, to be fixed by the
directory of the corporation; and to have,
exercise and enjoy all the rights, powers
and privileges of corporations under the
laws of Florida, and incident to or conven-
ient to the purposes or businesses herein
set forth.
ARTICLE Il.
TIe authorized capital stock of this
corporation shall be (One Hundred Thou-
sand ($1000).00.00) Dollars, divided into
One Thousand shares of the par value of
One Hundred Dollars each, and the capi-
tal stock of the copal lany may be payable
in property, lalor or services at a just
valuation to be fixed by the directors or
in cash and uIlmn such terms and condi-
tions shall it be paid in, as may be im-
Imosed and determined by the Board of Di-
rectors, from time to time. The author-
ized capital stock may be divided into
common and preferred stock, as may be
decided ulon by the stockholders of the
company.
ARTICLE IV.
The term for which this corporation
shall exist shall be ninety-nine years.
ARTICLE i.
The business of this corporation shall
he conducted by a president, one or mote
vice-presidents, a secretary and treasurer,
and general manager, one person holding
any two offices except that of president
and treasurer, in the discretion of the
Board of Directors, and the Board of Di-
rectors of three, or not more than thirteen.
shall lie elected by the stockholders. The
ollicers and directors shall be elected at
the time slpeitied in the by-laws, except
that the directors shall li elected annual-
ly. The following wprsons shall conduct
the business until the first election: F. B.
Sirmans. president..1. 1'. Permenter, first
vice-president. also general manager; J.
F. Patterson. second vice-president; C. D.
rangere. third vice-president; W. B. Pre-
vatt. secretary and also treasurer; and
the above named parties, together with
\V. L. Warren, .1. P. Coflin. J. B. Warnock
and .1. 1. Lee. shall constitute the Board
of Directors. The first election of officers
shall Ise held on tlw 12th day of Novem-
ier. A. I). 1908, at ten o'clock A. M.. at the
otiice of the company in Jacksonville,
Florida, at which time the stockholders
and incorlporators will adopt the by-laws,
complete the organization of the corpora-
tion. issue stock and transact all such
business as shall ie necessary. The di-
rectors may create such officers, agents
and committees as are prescrilwed or au-
thorized by the hy-laws, and fix their
duties antd lowers. not inconsistent with
the hy-laws.
ARTICLE VI.
The highest amount of indebtedness or
liability to which the corporation can at
any time subject itself shall be Three
Hundred Thousand ($300.04(0.00) Dollars.
ARTICLE VII.
The names and residence of the sub-
scrilbers Ihereto. together with the amount
subscribed byv each, are as follows:
.1. P. Parmenter. Jacksonville. Fla.. 30
shares.
J. P. Permenter. .acksonville. Fla.. 30
shares.
WV B. Prevatt. Jacksonville. Fla.. 30
shares.
.1. Il. Warnock. Jacksonville. Fla.. 10
shares.
State of Florida,
County of Duval.
Personally appeared before the under-
signed .1. P. Permnenter, .1. F. Patterson,
WV. B. I'revatt and .1. B. \Warnock. who
each acknowledged his signature to the
foregoing charter and acknowledged that
they executed the same for the uses and
purposes therein expressed.
Witness nlm hand and official seal at
Jacksonville. Florida. this 9th day of Oc-
tober. A. D. l908.
L. C. SOUIBEYROI-X, (Seall
Notary Public State of Florida.
My Commission expires May 9th. 1911.
10-9-4t.





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SON EARTH "Old Time" Remedies


THE JOY OF THE HOUSEHOLD.


DIRECTORS:
D. C. Ashdry.
G. A. Peteway.
Chim Brom.
P. L. Weeks.
J. G. Camford*
H. Weibert,
& E. BeM.


D. C. ASHLEY. President
BI W. BIXNT. ot Vice Penrdea
aed Geme amme.
G. A. PETTEWAY. a Vice P-es.
J. a. ASHLEY. 3d Vice Pra.
S. H. BERG. Sec. ad Trea.


DIRECTORS:
B. W. Blo1ts.
B. A. Ceer,
T. G. Cmbrevt,
A. S. Peadlesot.
B. G. Ltser.
J. M, Ahey.
W. T. T. B-Ibi.


PENINSULAR NAVAL STORES CO.
SCommission Merchants
and Wholesale Grocers
Receiing PAints-Jacksoille, Tampa and Ferna ada,
Ploa. Savannah, Ga.

Capital Stock. $1.000.000.
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Th.. fr gat remedes, NhW" Mm, Damult, C.a 2~ __
sad Ctbes e, are she joy of the oeihol. With tham War at head, a
-- is ready for ay emergaey. He has a anfa, reliable ard speedy relief -
far wife, ehlrm, self or tslck. With these 3remde yo en keep the
daote' aw he out of your pockets, a" yet have a healthy, y famny.
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FPoer. Cae the common silme-ts ehiMre; sad a a l tive tamie it is ithout
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lik it-ad it is READY FOR UMS.
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duties of wife sad mother.
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minutes.
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wattes, thru l, spint, eolar aues, saddle ~a., ad diaeard bhoed
Wrz W Etr P iean.
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CuMER LumBER COMPANY


JACKSONVILL, MLA.


H.D. WEED.


W. D. KMENSON


J. D. WEED & CO.,


Rough ls Dressed Luber

Lona Leaf V inAw PaiWr
ABOE AMD OMIE


V. L. WILSON.
Frm A Treas.


JNO. E. MARtIS,
ice Pres.


4. J. SCWEL
Scy a S tegW.


Savannah, Georgia


HEADQUARTERS FOR


Hoop Iron, Turpentine Tools,

Batting, Etc.


Florida Cooperage Company
(lEcorporaed) CapplIl Seock m0ee000
MANFVACITVm&S Or
Turpentine, Cotton Seed Oil, Dip

and Syrup Barrels.
Office an factry Enterrise a Este Streets
Telephone 1855 Jacksoiville, Fla.


a To be Imitated is to be Flattered


McMillan Bros.


We are leaders in our line of business, the cat herewith displayed is the repro
Sdu.tion of an actual photograph taken of one of our standard 3bbl. Turpeatine
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 in 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 Producars
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, ad that they
are giving perfect satisfaction is shown by the ever increasing demand; beesam they
are built right. Possibly a little higher than any other at first cost, but yoa repairs
sad the risk from fire is much less hazardous.
These goods are in your reach from Fayetteville, N. Ch,Sa ah, Ga., Jask-
vile, Fla., and Mobile, Ala.
ALL WORK GUARANTEED.


Jaekseuvlle, f(a.A(se


Fayetteille, N. C. AIL. Mae, Savamuk GL


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Direct From the Importer


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 year
Experience. .
Color, quality, and freedom from flaws must have careful consideration
the selection of a Diamond.
A selection package will be sent to responsible parties on request.
Write for Catalogue.


S41 West Bay Street


Jacksonvlle, Fla.


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Barnes & Jessup Company
Jackonvlae. Floridba.
Na...rl Stores F.ctors and Commission
Merchants.

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C. M. Bamrnoe. Proaidnt. J. A. EwLmn. Va-Prent.
5. Wels. Secrtrya. amd Treure. r.
L. W. AndarMon, Ast. Sec. mnd Treas.
DILECTOILSs C. H. Sarne. J. A. Ewnmf, S. Hall.
A. G. Paul. W. Frazier Jonee, W. E. Coam.r, Is. WeI, W S.
Joannal. G. W. Twaylor

J. W. am.. C.B. Pmaru Jm MeNa~ W. W.WBe"r.
risle Vs e.Prr. VIo-ePreO See. & TMre

John R. Young Co.,

Commission
Merchants.

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Savanuaam Q Brunswick. Ga.
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