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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: November 28, 1908
Publication Date: -1909
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Lumber trade -- Newspapers -- Southern States   ( lcsh )
Naval stores -- Newspapers -- Southern states   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
United States -- Georgia -- Chatham -- Savannah
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1900.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 19, no. 42 (Oct. 25, 1909).
Issuing Body: Official organ of the Turpentine Operators' Association.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 6, no. 1 (Jan. 3, 1903).
General Note: "Dedicated to the naval stores and lumber interests."
General Note: "The exponent of southern progress."
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ATLANTIC COOPERAGE CQ9-
HAOND-NMADE f1-NlIT BARRFI -4
Our customers say "It pays to use Atlantic BaerreB."
TlI.poleer 3444-764. Office Conol UmaedJ k.Iua.
J. MeN. Wright, Manager, Jacksonville. Fla.

East Coast Lumber Co.
Atlantic Coast Line R. R. AND DR UO LEAF
GOES EVERYWHERE Yellow Pine Lumber

North, South, East and West Bundled Rosin Barrel Staves in Carload Lots
Stagor Sipments a Specialty.
Consult the "Purple Folder.'
For detailed information, rates, schedules, reser- WATER.TOWN. FLOR.lIA
nations, see your nearest ticket agent. Call on or
write to
A. THE COMMERCIAL BANK
A FRITT JACKSONVILLE. FLA. Bracbes: Sal amd Lami Cty
Divisron Ps~er Agent, Tbh largest loading SAte Bak ia Jackba viles Md i s in -
fashiomed setridily --erathe m "- r -ad is subject to gular sm---oa-
F:RANK C. BOYLSTON. Trav. Pa.s. Agent. by the Comptllw.
Wra.viduani na savig Aesonteo itaed.
ATLANTIC COAST LINE, Jacksonville. Fla. an. RnoSuNS, w. a 0owm, a nA AIA
Pr.init VTe-Psiu.
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CONSOLIDATED


NAVAL STORES COMPANY.


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

OFFICERS.
WALTER F. COACHMAN, President; W. J. KELLY, D. H. McMIILAN, H. L. COVINGTON, JOHN H. POWELL, and J. C. LITTLE, Vic PresoUiet
E. G. TRENHOLM, Secretary; LEE TAYIDR, Treasurer;.
alUex rriV (XOMMITrTB: W. W. Cummer, W. F. Coaehmsa, W. J. Hmima., B. Rogers, ad A. Hubbard.
DIRECTOBR: W J. HMi a, W. W. COmmer, D. H. MeMillaa, W. C n, W. aa C. Powell, HL. L viigtm, C. B Roges, John H. PwPw. A. Hub-
bard, S. A. Alofrd, C. W. Deen, J. C. Little, W J. Kelly.



NAVAL STORES FACTORS


SPaid in Capital Stock, $2,500,000
Owned and Controlled by Practical Operators.
The"Consolidated" is purely a co-operative Company. Its Interests are identical with those
of the Producers. The patronage of turpentine operators everywhere Invited.
TWO MILLION ACRES OF LAND AND TIMBER
Producers are limited to call or correspond.


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WEEKLY


INDUSTRIAL


RECORD.


PUIKASHM) EVERY SATURDAY. DEVOTED TO NAVAL STORES, LUMBER AND MANUFACTURING IEN i wbb i s

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Progress of the South Since 18801

Shown by Figures.


Baltimore, Md., Nov. 27.-In publishing
its statistical summary of Southern ad-
vance in population, wealth, agriculture,
manufacturing, mining, lumbering, rail-
roading, commerce and finance, the Manu-
Sfacturers' Record says in this week's issue
that inventory of accomplished facts of
Southern progress since 1880, when it was
enabled to resume its normal career, and
of its material resources still to be thor-
oughly developed, makes it impossible for
the South's Thanksgiving celebration to be
condensed into the one day set apart by
the civil authorities. Things that have
been done are broadly suggested in the
following figures of increases on various
lines in the past twenty-eight years:
Population, from 16,369,960, to 26,834,-
705, or by 10,464,745, equal to 63.9 per
cent.
True value of property, from $7.505,000,-
000 to $20,073,686(,216, or by $1.568,686,216,
equal to 167 per cent.
Capital in manufactures, from $257,244,-
564, to $1,100,000,000, or by $1,842,755,436,
equal to 716.6 per cent.
Products of manufactures, from $457,-
454,777 to $2,600,000,000, or by $2.142,545,-
223, equal to 468.9 per cent.
Capital in cotton mills, from $21,000,000,
to $206,500,000, or by $245,500,000, equal to
1,169 per cent.
Active spindles in cotton mills, from
667,754 to 10,443,761, or by 9,776,007, equal
to 146.4 per cent.
Active looms in cotton mills, from 14,323
to 222,539, or by 208,216, equal to 1,453
per cent.
Cotton used, from 108,604,889 pounds
to 1,059,519,893 pounds, or by 950,825,004
pounds, equal to 875 per cent.
Capital in cotton-oil mills from $3,800,-
000 to $90,000,000, or by $86,200,000, equal
to 2,268 per cent.
Pig iron produced, from 397,301 tons,
to 3,445,221 tons, or by 3,047,920 tons,
equal to 767 per cent.
Coke made from 372,436 tons to 9,280,-
471 tons, or by 8,917,035, equal to 2,394 per
eent.
Value of lumber products from $39,000,-
000 to $365,000,000. or by $326,000,000,
equal to 836 per cent.
I mber cut from 3,410,294,000 feet to
,33,983,000 feet, or by 15.893.689,000 feet,
equal to 466 per cent.
Value of farm products, from $660,000,-
000 to $2,235,000,000, or by $1,565,000,000,
equal to 237 per cent.
Bales of cotton raised, from 5,723,934 to
10,58,96, or by 4,859.032 bales, equal to
per cent.
Value of the cotton crop, not including
ined from $312.203.000 to $614,034.000. or
by $301, 731.000, equal to 96 per cent.
Corn, wheat and oats raised, from 577,-
18,440 bushels to 818,318,000 bushels, or
by 240,789,560 bushels, equal to 41 per
Vent.
Value of mineral products, from $13,-


817,930 to $286,818,347, or by $273,000,417,
equal to 1,976 per cent.
Coal mined, from 6.037,003 tons to $94,-
829,835 tons, or by 88,792,832 tons, equal
to 1,470 per cent.
Iron ore mined from 842,454 tons to 6,-
316,027 tons, or by 5,473,573 tons, equal to
649 per cent.
Petroleum produced from 179,000 barrels
to 27,239,057 barrels, or by 27,000,057 bar-
rels, equal to 15.118 per cent.
Phosphate mined, front 190,763 tons to
2,253,198 tons, or by 2,062,4:35 tons, equal
to 1,081 per cent.
Railroad length, from 20.612 miles to
67,181 miles, or by 46,569 miles. equal to
221 per cent.
Exports from Southern ports, from $204,-
905,753 to $648,098,715 or by $383,192,962,
equal to 145 per cent.
Aggregate resources of national banks.
from $174,464,172 to $1.100.117.838, or by
$928,653,666. equal to 541 per cent.
Capital of national Ianks, from $46,688,-
930 to $162,558,230, or by $115.869,300.
equal to 248 per cent.
Individual deposits in national banks,
from $64,733,249 to $531,277,537, or by
$466.544,288, equal to 721 per cent.
Deposits in state banks, savings banks,
private banks and loan and trust compa-
nies, from $83,444.576 to $624,752.437. or
by $541.307,861, equal to 649 per cent.
Expenditures for common schools, from
$9,796,040 to $37,687,615, or by $27.891.575.
equal to 285 per cent.

OUTLOOK IS GOOD.

Pensacola Lumber Dealers Are Encouraged
at Prospects
Pensacola .Nov. 27.-While the price of
lumber has not advanced to any material
extent during the past four months, ex-
cepting a spurt prior to the presidential
election, lumlermen of this section are
looking forward to a prosperous year. and
with this in view many of the mills in
the Pensacola district are preparing to
renew cutting during the next few weeks.
The outlook, according to exporters and
manufacturers, is unusually good, but at
the present time there is little business.
While this situation is contrary to ex-
pectations, owing to the recent advance,
the lumbermen take a very optimistic
view of the situation and are of the opin-
ion that with the advent of 1909 the mar-
ket will revive and become stronger than
at any period within the past two years.
During the recent flurry about thirty car-
goes were shipped from Pensacola and
other gulf ports to South American coun-
tries alone, and this caused the market
to advance. The prices attained at that
time are being maintained, but the de-
mand is off. especially for sawn timber.
During the past two weeks fully a dozen
mills in this district have resumed cutting
for both the interior and export markets,
the former being fairly steady.


New Marketing Company.


Our Savannah naval stores friends are is likly- to pr.ve attractive to the pro-
evidently greatly disturbed over the organ- ilicnr. .ein ,lo not lbe'ome greatly agi
iz7ation of the $1.500.000 factorage company tatte andin resort to acts of desperation
at Jacksonville. h\\lwn th l project was o'vetr threatened coin.iptition that does not
first taken up last summer by the "coitipete. The turlpentine operators in
Jlacksonville Itoard of Trade the Sia- IFlorida are not tioo. ( on the contrary.
vannah interests undertook to treat it thel are about as shrewd and well postal"
as a joke and to illlpress the Florida ope- ia sit t of IImn as c :n Ie found in alny line
rators that it was too small an utrair for of busLint's. Th.yv know that the con-
Savannah to give it really a serious stiner Imllt look to tIhem henceforth for
thought. But thet Savannah factors have tihe bulk of thle entire crop. and they also
suddenly seen lit to revise their estimate know that whether Savannah admits it or
of this new contestant for supremacy in not. tlie cooperation with them lby the
the naval stores world, and what they were .lacksonville company gives them a lever-
inclined to dispose of last summer with a age in the matter of prices that not even
puff of ridicule they now regard uith such tlie Iiasted millions and multiplied foreign
seriousness as to feel justified in l ooding selling agencies of our .worgia neighl>rs
this State with literature crying down the can overcome. And the truth of the mat-
new Jacksonville company and even going ter is that Sa\vannah lias seen the hand-
to the desperate lengths of attempting to writing ion the wall and has not been slow
destroy the gool name and character of to interpret it. That is what hurts. If
sevetra prominent Viiridians %IIn, happen the worll, nted-4 Itlurlentine at all some-
to Iw identtied with the organization of lnoty is going to have to pay for it. What-
the Jacksonville company. As to t he rela- ever nmy Its the inevitable advance in
tive merits of Savannah and Jacksonville price it is clear that thei producer will not
as naval stores markets w e do4 not venture Ie indebted to the voluntary good ollices
an opinion here. but we be-g to remind ou r of tli' Snavannah lionopoly for it. and we
Savannah friends that they themselves are are quite sure that the Florida operator is
furnishing the very best evidence in the wise IIenough to know who his friends are
worlhkthat there is something in the .ack- and just enough to stand by those who
sonville proposition. and a something that stand by hiim.Quiney Times.


MILLIONS FOR BARRELS.

An Increase of Eleven Per Cent in the
Output of Cooperage Mills Last Year.
Washington, Nov. 2S.--The farmer with
his potatoes and his apples, the miller
with his lour and ineal, the hardware
man with his nails, the cementt manufac-
turer, and the many other users of the
faithful slack barrel, that combination of
staves, hoops and heading. which is not
intended to hold water or, something
stronger in Iluid form, used forest prod-
ucts last year having the enormous valut
of $15,800,253.
The average matn would little suspect
that the lihumle barrel plays so important
a Ipart in the ex enise accounts of the
Ame.rican farther an I manufacturer, yet
ligurt compiled by the ( ensus in co-
olpration with the United States Forest
Service develop this interesting truth.
.Moreover, statistics taken directly- frtoml re-
Iprts from !950 cooperage mills in all parts
of the U'nited States show an increase of
$1.569.688. or 11 ler cent, in the value of
last year's prosluet over that of the pre-
vious year.
In distinct contrast to tight caosperage
stock, which in the main requires oak timi
her fur its raw material, slack cooleralge
stock, particularly states and healing.
utilized in greater or less degree. Iost of
the commercially important trees in the
country, and for this ireasoi its manufae-
ture was far more widely distributed than
is the e ase w ith thatt of tight ol.perage
stock. Twe.nt.y-lone species f wo< l con-
tributed to the total slack stave Iproiluc-
tion last year. Nearly two-thirds of the


output, however was manufactured from
the four species. red gum. pine. elm and
leesh, in the order nanedl.
The figures disclose an interesting move-
ment in the industry in the substitution of
less expensive woods for those which for
Many years were drawn iiupon most heavily
for slack stave material, but which, ow-
ing to growing scarcity and advancing cost.
are rapidly being displacetl. In 1906 elm
staves were manuiactlretl in larger quan
titles than those from any other woodl,
and constituted nearly one-fourth of the
total production for that year. with pine
and redt gumn occupying second and third
places, respectively. Last year guil jump-
ed to first place p ine to second. while elm.
with a falling ofr of 34i per cent in pro-
duction, dropped to third place. Beech,
maple. lpr ucl. chestinit and ashli followed
in the order named.
\\ hilte slack stave and heading produc-
tion was. reported last year from practical-
ly all the States engaged in the manufac-
ture of lumltdr. a considerable percentage
of the stock, in fact. Is*ing turned out as
a I i-prosluct of lumber, tlhe industry was
to an eitenitllt hI-alizeid, thlie fi\ states of
Pennsylvania. Missouri, Michigan. Arkan-
sas and Virginia, in t(le order naiued. con-
ti'ilbtin,, 5;. per cent of the total prodluc-
ttin. Trhe diitribtion o f th iliustry of
htii p manual fatl'; rt r i- mulhi imiore limnit-l
than tll:lt of "td ;- anld htlading, and is
,lil. primarily to the i t thl at this coim
loid.it'. i. madai4 chiietlyv frtim ein timli.r.
Ohio lid in th.e quantity of lhoois tianll-
falctfur-i, closely followed iy Indiana. the
output tf tlese two States forcing 67.3
Ier cent of the total prtuluction.


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4 THE WEEKLY INDUSTRIAL RECORD.




VVHTE OAK SPIRITS BARRELS

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

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


UNIFORM SPECIFICATIONS FOR
SOUTHERN LUMBER.
Thel meeting recently held in New Or-
leans by representatives of the Georgia-
Florida Saw Mill Association; the Yellow
Pine Manufacturers' Association and the
Gulf Coast Lumber Exporters' Associa-
tion, was a most important one. The
meeting was for the purpose of agreeing
"imon recommendations of the Isthmian
Canal Commission modifying the Commis-
sion's slecilications of yellow pine prod-
vets for use on the Panama Canal and
railroad, so am to more nearly conform to
regular commercial standards and equiva-
lent grades of competing woods.
The meeting was held in the offices of
Ilinton-VWhite Company in the Henen
building. (. \V. Robinson, of the C. W.
Robinson Lumber Company, was chosen
chairman of the meeting, and John E.
Williams, editor of the Lumler Journal,
secretary. S. F. Redfern. local assistant
purchasing agent of the Isthmian Canal
Commission. attended the conference, andl
explained the needs and requirements of
the work on the isthmus.
Mr. Redfern called attention to the diffi-
culties encountered by the Canal Com-
mission in requesting bids on building
lumber, piling, railroad ties and timber,
so as to secure intelligent competive bids
from various localities, and on various
woods. The representatives of the three
associations went thoroughly into the
matter and appointed committees to take
up the various questions in detail and re-
port in the afternoon. At the conclusion
of the afternoon session George K. Smith
of St. Louis, secretary of the Yellow Pine
Manufacturers' Association. and John E.
Williams were appointed a special com-
mittee to codify the result and transmit
it to the Isthmian (anal Commission
through Mr. Redfern.
It was resolved by the co-operative
lumber interests that in future when the
Canal Commission asks for bids on build-
ing material it specify yellow pine No. 1,
according to the 1908 grading rules of the
Yellow Pine Manufacturers' Association;
or square edge, according to the grading
rules of the Gulf Coast Lumlber Exporters'
Association, which shall be merchantable
or standard, according to tihe (eorgia-
Florida Saw Mill Association, of 1905, for
(ir No. 2 clear, in dressed anil matched
stocks, according to thle grading rules of
tile Pacific Coast Manufacturers' Associa-
tion, and common fir for boards and ship-
laps, joists, scantling and timbers, accord-
ing to the same rules.
When yellow pine lumber is to be used
in erecting buildings the Commission is
to ask for bids on short leaf yellow pine
as well is on long leaf yellow pine. and
when for railroads or bridge trestle work,
the kinds are slecilied in accordance with
the standard d specifications for bridge and
trestle timbers.
W\h1en the Commission specifies Gulf
('Cost Merchantable in any stock other
than dimension. it is ;lso to specify selects
in accordance with the Pacific Coast Man-
ufacturers' grading rules for export trade.
In addition to these general statements


of classitication a complete set of regula-
tions governing all grades of lumber for
all purlsoses, was codliied by the special
ooinnmittee. The regulations will be sub-
mitted to Mr. Redferu for transmission to
the Istlhmian Canal Commission, and if
approved by the Commission the classifica-
tions recommended will be binding in the
purchase and shipment of all future cup-
plies of woods for the Panama Canal
work.
The adoption of the classifications rec-
omnnended, says a New Orleans exchange,
will greatly facilitate an increase in busi-
ness isttween the yellow pine interests of
the G;ulf States and the Canal Commis-
sion. While considerable supplies of tint
ber have been bought in Southern markets
for the canal work the purchases have not
been as great as they could have been un-
der more favorable conditions of classifi
cation. It has been practically impossible
for some of the Southern mills to furnish
lunmler supplies for the Canal Zone be
cause the Canal Commission has required
the lumlwr cut according to specifications
entirely dilTerent from the specifications
followed by all the saw mills, and there
fore in order to dispose of their stock to
the Canal Commission it has been neces
sary for the lumber to be specially man
ufacturcsl for the purpose. Because of this
condition the Southern mills have handled
but comparatively small amount of the
enormous demands of the canal work.
In the regulations drawn for recom-
mendation to the Canal Commission it is
made plain to the latter that it would be
to the I'st interests, of the government to
order timber cut according to the stand-
ard specifications of the saw mill and
lumber associations of the United States
If the classifications suggested are agreed
upon a large number of Southern mills
will i~t able to compete for the canal work
which they were unwilling to do in the
past when the specifications were so
grossly at variance with their regular
methods of manufacture and shipments.

MASTERS' SALE.
I will sell to the highest bidder for cash
at the door of the Court House, Duval
County, Florida, during the legal hours
of sale, Monday, October 5th, 1908, all
the right, title and interest of James S.
Patterson in and to the west one-fourth
(1/4) of Lot 2, in Block 27, East Jackson-
ville, now in the corporate limits of the
City of Jacksonville, County of Duval,
State of Florida, to satisfy decree of the
Circuit Court foreclosing mortgage in suit
of Sam'l W. Fox vs. James S. Patterson,
in Circuit Court of Florida, Fourth Judicial
Circuit-in chancery sitting.
M. C. JORDAN,
Special Master in Chancery.
September 1st, 1908. 9-29-4wks.
This sale is postponed until the first
Monday in November. 1908.
M. C. JORDAN,
10-17-3t Special Master
This sale is postponed until the first
Monday in December, A. D. 1908.
M. C. JORDAN,
11-7-4t. Special Master.


ROSIN AT SAVANNAH FOR WEEK ENDING NOVEMBER 27.


S;at .rda.y.
\V \ 44)
N ...... 5.30
M% ...... ... 5. 35
K ......... 4.90
I .... 4.0
1 ......... 3.4)
4 ...... .... 2.2 I2-,95
F ........... 2.!)2
K ......... 2.90
.) .. ..... 90
C A.\ ....... 2.90

SPIRITS TURPENTINE

Sat urday. lonla
:3!^ 11/, m0f/,


londa.y. l'TuesIl.. W hsday. Thursday. Friday.
6.44) 6i 0 6l. 40 ... 6.40
i.35 i. :;. .... .. 6.35
I;. ) 6i.(Xi .... .... 6.00
.5 3-50 0- .... 5.50
4.90 4 90 ... Holiday. 4.90
4._45 4. 10.5 .... 4.10
40 335 45 ... .... 3.35-40
2.921 2.)92 -.. ........ 2.90
2.921 2.90-92.t1 .. ... 2.90
2.90 2. ... 2.90
2.90 2.876 .... 2.90
2.AT SAVA FO WEEK ENDING NOVEBE.90
AT SAVANNAH FOR WEEK ENDING NOVEMBER 27.


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tuesday. Wednesday. Thursday
39/ ..... Holiday.


Friday.
39%


NAVAL STORES RECEIPTS AND SHIPMENTS AT SAVANNAH.
For Week Ending November 27, 1908.
ROSIN-- Receipts. Sales. Shipments.
Saturday .. .... . 3254 .
Molnay .......... 2256 2674 236 1
Tuesday ......... 442i 344 2650 1
VWedlnesday ...... .... ....


Thrsdlay (Hloliday) ....
Friday . .. .. 4A1-15


3701:


11032


1i


Stock.

48,42
50,190


45,211


SPIRITS TURPENTINE-
Saturday ......... .... 381 .
Monday .......... 591 101 582
TuIesdayv .......... 1019 !91.1 272 .......
\\W dnesla ....... .... .... .
Thursday (Holiday) ...
Friday ........... 1.. 6. 2 14:14; 3195 ..


TO CHANGE RULES.

State Railroad Commission to Have a
Hearing in Jacksonville December 8
The Railroad Commissioners of the
State of Florida will hold a meeting in
Jacksonville on IDecemlwr Sth in the Board
of Trade rooms to allow interested parties
to be heard on a prolpo4se change in the
rules governing the rate charged for
switching car load lots of lumber shipped
to Jacksonville from points within the
State. The order for the meeting reads
as follows:
"To Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Com-
pat;-, S. ; avies Warfield, R. Lancaster
Williams and E. C. Duncan as Receivers
of the Sealboard Air Line Railway
(eorgia Southern and Florida Railway
Company. Florida East (oast Railway
( company. St. Johns -River Terminal


provided that when the said switching
movement is over the tracks of more than
one railroad, a charge of not more than
$3 may be made. This rule shall not be
interpreted as rescinding or modifying rule
15. except as herein specifically provided.'
"Done and ordered by the Railroad Con-
missioners of the State of Florida in ses-
sion at their office in the city of Talla-
lia-see, Fla., this 19th day of November,
A. D. 19OS.
"R. HUDSON BURR,
"Attest. Chairman.
"ROYAL C. DUNN, Secretary."

HOUSE BURNED AT PEMBROKE.
Pemibroke, Ga.. Nov. 27.-The home of
(County Schoolm Commissioner Burton 0o
IBryan county, was burned Monday night
wi it all of its contents, a new pian
Isoks. and all the records pertaining to


company .acksonville Lumber Ex- lis ,tlice. .Mr. Burton and two of
change: brollhers were asleep in the house. Whe
'Take notice that the Iaiilroad (Com they aw oke the tire had made such head-
missioners of the State of Florida will "ay that they barely hadl time to save
iolil a meeting, at thie Ioard of Trade the 'inl'ves. Mr. Burton believes the fir
roonis in the city of Jacksonville. Fla. wa" incendiary.
on Tuesday, December 3., 1908. at 11) o'clhwk i
a. m., at which you and all persons iin- GASOLENE ENGINE FOR PLOWS.
terested shall have a just and fair hear- THli journal Hardware Trade state
ing before tihe said commissioners to show I that several iprinent implement con
cause why the following should not Iwe rrns are giving their attention to th
adopted as rule 15-A of the 'Rules Gov- production of a four-cylinder gasoline en
earning tle 'Transportation of Freight.' gine to furnish power for threshing a
Ipr4'scrilwld by the commissioners: Iplowiing. '1is is lwlieved by many to be
The New Rule. lhing step in advance toward replacing
The cliarige for switching cars of stenai engines for doing this work, a
rom.gh lundmIwr consigned to and arriving it a imaller cost. The matter has resolve
at the city of .hlcksonville from points in 'dI it,'lf into a |question of economical fur
this State to any Ilaninlg mill in the -Tack- iishliig of power and, at the same tim
sonville yardn. and thence. after lumber tIhe prirduetion of sullicient power to per
is dressed, to anyi other point in th amei formal the smname functions as are now de
Yards, shall not be more than $2 per car; rived from steam.









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THE GROOVER-STEWART DRnG o.,

FOrmEmlY THE ORIS awTIE-WOR AMu 00.
Wlotesale Drugs, Ohemicals, Druggist s eedy .es miCommnissary oeeds
,AOmoea*VE FWLDAnA.


STATE FAIR ASSURED. THE CELERY CITY.

Will Be Held at Tampa from February 3 Sanford Has a Publicity Agent Located in
to 27, 1909. Jacksonville This Season.
The people of Florida, and people living, From nortl, east or west, the tourist
outside of the State, who are interested ;and homeeekcr heads for Jacksonville,
ithe metropolis and gateway of our State.
in the State's welfare and eelopmn Few there are who leave their homes with
will be pleased to know that at a meet- I definite, decided views as to permanent lo-
ing of the Florida State Midwinter Fair! cation but here in this city they tarry
Association ,held at Tampa Monday, decis- and investigate tlhe claims and merits of
ion was reached to hold another State Fair the many attractive sections of incompar-
. o I- able klorida.
in that city. February 3 to 27, next. Ar- able Frida.
. J.N. \\Whitner. one of Sanford's promni-
rangements looking to continuing the Fair N tr. oe of Sa rds pri
S, nent real estate dealers, appreciating the


nave been in progress for some time, anmi
the plans were finally adopted at the meet-
ing Monday. The stockholders elected
new directors and officers, as follows:
Directors: T. J. L. Brown, Frank C.
BIowyer, \. (G. Brorein, W. F. Stovall, J.
E. Crane and E. 1). lhbls. Tampa; DeSoto
Fitzgerald, Jacksonville; W. L. VanDuzor,
Kissimmee; W. I. Washburn, Fort Myers.
Officers-T. J.. L. Brown, president;
Frank C. Bowyer, vice-lresident; W. (;.
Brorein, treasurer: W'. F. Stovall, secre-
tary and general manager; Sparkman &
Carter, attorneys.
Demands have been made upon the Fair
Association persistently by railroad indus-
trial departments and other enterprises
interesting in bringing visitors and set-
tiers to Florida and also by private citi-
zens throughout the country that the Fair
project be continued, and that another
Fair be held next year. These demands
were such that they could not be ignored
and the association, through its partial re-
organization, is now enabled to assure all
those concerned that the Fifth Annual
State Fair will be held and that there is
every indication that it will be the best
and most successful of the series.

COUNTRY LIFE COMMISSION.
Washington. Nov. 27.-At the suggestion
of President Roosevelt, the Country Life
Commission has asked the farmers of the
country to meet in their respective com-
munities some time before Saturday. De-
cember 5, to discuss the questions which
the Commission is studying and to indi-
cate their own ideas of what are the most
important subjects for the Commission to
consider.
In a letter to the members of the Coun-
try Life Commission the President says
the farmers should feel "a sense of owner-
ship in the Commission," and that he be-
lieves that the Commission should get
into the closest ossilble touch with the
farmers. He urges the imnjortance of hold-
ing the meeting before Congress adjourns
prior to the Christmas holidays. so that
at the time Congress reassembles, early
in January, the commissionn may have re-
ports of the meetings in hand and may be
"in position to advise definitely what
should lIe done."
At the same time President Roosevelt
adds two members to the (ommiission-
one n'niler from the South and one
member from the far West-Mr. Charles
S. Barrett. of Union City. (a.. and Mr.


value of representation here. has opened
an office at 221 West Bay street, placing
in charge Henry f1. Deane, who will be
glad to see tourists, homeseekers and in-
vestors. .Mr. Deane has been a resident
of Florida for some twenty-five years and
is an enthusiast on its soil possibilities.
lIe is reiresenting in a special manner Mr.
Whitner's large holdings, comprising a
large Iortion of the choicest of Sanford's
celery lands, he will cheerfully furnish to
all inquirers information regarding any
section of the State.
During the crop season a continuous
fresh display of Sanford products may be
seen at this lohal office, the sale of these
products will lwe in the capable hands of
the well known fruit dealer, Walter Haw-
kins, who will distribute them in the city
and throughout the south.
While Mr. Whiitner is too modest to
dwell on the important part lie has played
in the development of Florida, it is a well
known fact that lie is the pioneer of the
eelery industry. which is making not only
Sanford. but Florida famous and is ele-
vating the tiller of the soil to a position
of wealth and comfort.

MUST STOP THE WASTE.
Gifford Pinchot has been accused of rid-
ing a hobby. It is said that he will wake
up in the middle of any night to discuss
the forestry question: and our lawmak-
ers on Capitol Hill. Washington, telephone
for help to "Tnele" Jim Wilson of the
Agricultural Department when they see
Mr. Pinchot coming. The Chief Forester
is. nevertheless, a most valuable friend
to the entire country. He believes that
we are wasting our patrimony at an alarm-
ing rate. and that the waste must be
stopped. if he does it single-handed and
alone. A forest fire is the most objection-
able thing on earth to Mr. Pinchot. He
believes that the question resolves itself
into one of the most important problems
before the nation in the care of its nat-
ural resources. Success or failure in its
solution by those having private holdings
of tinmler lands means the continued use
of tlhe land or the perpetual burden of
caring for vast barren wastes. The one
secret of fighting fires is. in Mr. Pinchot's
e-\pert opinion, to discover your fire as
soon as possible, fight it as hard as you
can and refuse to leave it until the last
emlbr is certainly dead. The reason for
their widespread destruction by large fires
this year was tih indifference of the peo-


William A. Beard, of Sacramento, Cal. pie to the smaller ones.


WOOD PREDOMINATES.

Is Still the Principal Material Used in
Building Construction.
Great as the advance in tireproof con-
struction has been during the last ten
years there has been no let-up in the use
of lumber, and both architects and build-
ers find themselves so dependent on wood
to-day that they are compelled to admit
that the forests of the country are likely
to Ise the chief source of building mate-
rial for many years to come.
"The use of cement, terra cotta, brick
and stone, with a framework of steel, will
make it possible soon to do away with
wood entirely." is a remark often heard,
and. indeed, when one stands on lower
iBroadway and looks up at the towering
skyscrapers, the statement seems to con-
tain much truth. As a matter of fact,
however, the popular idea that fire-proof
materials will do away with the need of
using lumber in a comparatively few years
is a very erroneous one. All of the vari-
ous fire-prlrtf materials going into the
approved construction of the more sub-
stantial buildings are used in greater quan-
tities now than the world dreamed of a
few years ago, yet the heavy demand for
lumlier continues.
That wood predlonminates is shown by
the annual building records. Of the per-
mits used for buildings erected last year,
approximately (il per cent were construct-
ted of wood. and the remainng 39 per cent
of fire-resisting material, according to a
report issued by the zoologicall Survey on
operations in forty-nine leading cities of
the country. These figures are the more
significant when it is realized that they
only represent the building activities in the
largest cities: they do not take into ac-
count the construction of dwellings, stores
and other buildings in the thousands of
small cities and towns scattered over and
not included in the forty-nine cities on
which reckoning is made.
In towns and small cities wood is usu-
ally the predominating building material.
and it is safe to say that if the statistics
had included figures for all places of what-
ever size. the percentage of wooden con-
struction would have been much greater.
These figures, as a rule, are only for the
corporate limits, and the suburbs of these
cities have each very large amounts to be
added. The cost also. is relatively higher
in these cities than in towns nearer the
Imase of the supply.


NAVAL STORES PRINTING

We operate one of the largest
and best equipped printing plants
in Florida. We make a specialty
of naval stores printing--commis-
sary checks, letterheads, envelopes,
billheads, and statements, etc.,
etc. Send us your copy and spec-
ify as nearly as possible the style
printing you want. We will sub-
mit proof, sample of paper and
prices BEFORE PRINTING. If
not satisfactory, we will make de-
sired changes. or will cancel the
order without any cost to you. If
you are in a rush for the print-
and will leave the work to our
judgment. we believe that we will
pilea-e you. Or, if you are satis-
fled with your present stationery,
send us sample of same and we
will duplicate as nearly as possi-
ble.

INDUSTRIAL RECORD Co.,

JACKSONVILLE, FLA.



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JACKSONVILIe FLA.



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NOTICE TO DEBTORS AND CREDITORS JL O B A R D


Notice is hereby given that I, the under-
signed, have been duly appointed admin-
istratrix of the estate of Nicholas M. Von
Glahn, deceased, late of Duval County,
Florida. All persons, legatees, devisees and
distributes are hereby notified to present
their claims duly authenticated to me
within two years from the date -'f this
notice or 6th ,, i 1 1i1l 1 1 i _


AUGUSTA, GA.
Phosphate Machinery

Castin and Dryerb

U-


of recovery. I TU I
ANNITE A. VONGTAH*
A A VONCLA CHAS. A. CLARK, In.

Adnnx. Est. of Nicholas M. VonGlaihn de- I FwJM DIrA
ceased EU
SAM' W. FOXhone 186. Jacksonville. Fla.
Atty. for Admnx. 10-17-8t


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6 THE WEEKLY INDUSTRIAL RECORD.


INDUSTRIAL RECORD
JAMES A. HOLLOMON. Editoa-in-Chief
A. H. MARSH. Busine Manager
PubluIhed Ever Saturday.
ouse .rro (Domemc)-.3 40 Per Annum
ua- Tom~ }t(Forein).... 3.5 .

"The Pine and Its Products."

An comnlmlcat ons should be addressed
The Industrial Record Company.
Jacksonville. Fla.

Entered at the Postoffice at Jacksonvie. Fla..
as seond-clans matter

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

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

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


THOSE SAVANNAH ATTACKS.
In spite of the ell'orts of the Savannah
manipulators to prvi,\tit it tllh organize
lion of the Naval Stores Marketing (om ,
pany is an assured fact. Not satisliel with
trying to reflect upoln motives of the gen-
tleien identities with pIlans for organizing
I he company the Savannah lunch are now
endeavoring to niake tlhe turlwentine oelra-
tors Iwlieve that such an organization
would I contrary to law: that it would
Ixw a violation of the Shermnan Anti-trust
Law. Now. such argument coming from
the headquarters of sonim who are already
inder indictment for alleged violation of
that very law. is amusing. to say tine
least. The olicial organ of the Savannah
crowd d dIoes not. of course. want to see
a compllany organized that will work to
give thie producers a fair return for their
Iprolict. Tihen are afraid tlat with such
a conillany in ti the field the Savannah crowd
will no longer Itw able to fix prices to suit
themselves, irresplective of thei law of sup-
ply and dlemiand. Blt the Savannah crowd
cannot fool all the operators all tlhe time.
hluinlr ock in the Naval Stores Marketing C< n-
aIny, anld not only inhave the olesrators
stlibscribtel but sulbscriIt ions for large
blocks of stock have come from business
andl professional mien of prominence who
realize that this colnipallny will offer one of
the best investments in the Soutth. These
nen know that the organization of this
(mnli pany will bring alilit better prices
for naval stores. anil they know that the
attacks t.ing nilade bIy lhie Savannah crowd
arlt mnadle by tihos.- who now control the
naval stores Imarket arll fear losing that
control.


A MANIPULATED MARKET.
Turpentine olwerators have been greatly
pleaded at the slight advance in the mar-
ket iild sIomle of them have been misled
into Ielieving that this increase will con-
tinuke until prices once more re ach a ispint
Slhere t hey cau make a profit on their
Iprotdict. These olilrators should remeni-
berl thal these prices are tixed by the very
Iloplle who forced prices down to 35 cents,
aniid they will tind that the increase for the
past few weeks has been brought alltut
through ian effort on the Iairt of the lmar-
ket maniiuiiltators, to induce the oplrtnears
tl I pmllluce ia large crop this season. As
soon :is tile titi|rators ignore the resolu-
tilons favoring I Inlnimin bollx cut iand
Iegiln ollsrations oni a scale that they will
lihav to earry out. once it is legun, the
nianiipulators will lnugh in their sleeves,
:andl Isgin to redaeue prices, half a cent to
one cent a day. "Thev want a big crop,
Ilcaluse tlie greater the crop the greater
tlhe opportunity for manipulation. They
care nothing for thin interests of the opera-
tor.
"The ,lorators have it within their power
to regulate prices. They can do this by
curtaiiling the sutpplly. The Turpentine
(tlrators' Associatioin declared that there
is ah-ealdy iin olpration a nunmlr of tur-
Iwntin-e Ibxes slflicient to produce an am-
ple crop. in view of the manner in which
thie naval stores market has been inanipu-
lated. The Association also declared it
to It. the sense of its Imemtlwrs that -N4)
NF\W I()XES HIE CUT. AND No NEW
(lls lie lp'T 1-1P l)'RIN( THE 01OM-
I.(; SEAS.ON."
If the olserators are misled by the manip-
ulators. and ignore tlie resolutions adopted
at the anlnualn convention of the Associa-
tion, then they deserve to suffer the con-
t le(nces.

SCHOFIELD ENGINE GETS BLUE RIB-
BON OVER ALL THE OTHERS.
The judges at the G(eorgia State Fair
vyesl-terla.y tied thIe hiue rillbon to the ele-
gant 41-horse poIwer steam engine made
by the Siehotihel Iron Works. This en-
ginii is ait tlie fair in comlwtition with
sev\-era oth lers. but in point of workman-
ship. finish and delevolpment of power
it is conllededl to lbw without an equal.
This tengiine is one of the regular stock
engillns out of the assembling room of
the famous and reliable Schofield Foun-
ldr y and Machine Shops aluminum finish.
pleasing and handsome in appearance, and
smootli. regular and perfect in action as
a higli-grade watch. It is equipped with
theiir reuitill:r balanced valve and center
crank, and it was lno surprise to see this
isuperl piece of machinery wearing the
lune ribbhlm.
Thie Scolltield Iron Works have one of
tliese sale engines in their immense plant
in Macon. kept there simply for emner-
genlcies. Iecentlyv it I*eame necessary for
this 4 horse engine to take the place of
the big 200-lhorse (Corliss engine that does
the work regularly. .n anlneter was put
on tlie 40-Ihorse engine under the full load.
anl it showed that the 40-horse engine
was carrying a 1NH-liorse load. and doing it
as .inllthly and easily as could he desired
for \ev-tn I lsermanent arrangement.
another r feattire of tihe Schofield exhibit
at tlle fair is the high pressure boiler
they h Iiv' there. It is built to earry 2-50
ipoulrs o f steal not as an experiment or
te.st. Ibut to actually carry that much
steal! for regular work.
T'lle prolul.t, of the Schofield Iron
\Works. iln business since 1855, are so well


and favorably known throughout the
Southern States that any extended argu-
ment is scarcely necessary. This firm is
now better prepared than ever before to
turn out the highest quality of goods at
the mininmun of cost, their new plant be-
ing equipped with only the latest and
most illprovNe machinery.
This plant embraces seven acres and
thereion have been erected substantial brick
buildings. conliprising office and store
lhoise, tHx2.25. two stories; machine shop
and foundry. SOx.370; boiler shop. H0x475;
pattern shop, pattern store house, black-
smith shop. sheet iron shop and power
house. They have overhead travelling
cranes in the machine shop and foundry
and in the boiler shop, thus enabling them


to handle the heaviest work to advantage.
They always carry in stock, ready for
imnlediate shipment, boilers ranging in
size from 12-11. P. to 150I-. P., built to
carry a working pressure of either 100,
125 or .150 Ii*tnds; also center crank en-
gines front 10-I. P. to 100-H. P., and side
crank engines from 50-H. P. to 150-H. P.
There has just been issued an elegantly
printel catalogue descriptive of their en-
gines and Ioilers, giving information de-
sired by those who need such equipment
which will Iw sent upon request.
The mill supply department of this
foremost of southern institutions is stock-
ed with all sizes and grades of belting,
pulleys, shafting, etc.. in fact, embracing
every article needed in milling and ma-
chinery outfits.
Mr. G. T. DeLoach, who is well known
to engine men throughout south Georgia,
and who is one of the regular representa-
tires of the Schofield Iron Works, is in
charge of this exhibit at the fair and will
e pleased to have all those interested to
call and see him.-(Extract front Tle
Macon Telegraph of November 3d, 1908.)

FOREST CONSERVATION.
In an interview given out for publica-
tion, tliief Forester Pinchot says:
'-If the luimller industry is to go on it
must. of course, get the logs, and for this
reason it sounds plausible to argue that
if you save the forests you will stop the
llulber industry. Yet this would be one
of the greatest mistakes any one could
ipssibly make. It is true that there is
an old saying that you can't eat your
cake and have it too; but the important
thing about this saying is that it applies
to cakes and other things which do not
grow, and which once gone age gone for-
ever. Forests grow all the time, and the
longer they are kept the more wood can be
got out of them in the long run. Sparing
tlhe ripe, merchantable forest trees does
nolodly any good-not even the trees.
They are made to use, and the most that
scientific forest management can do is to
use them best for the longest time. There-
fore, the best thing that can happen for
the unlber industry is to use forestry to
keep the forests going. In a word, for-
est conservation is the life insurance of
the lumber industry."

CYPRESS MEN'S CONVENTION.
During the past week the Southern Cy-
press Mlanufacturers' Association has been
in session in Savannah, but according to
their report of the proceedings in the Sa-
vannah Morning News, the members of
the association did not allow business to
interfere with their enjoyment of the
nlany entertainments afforded during the
auto race meet festivities. The business
consisted principally in hearing reports of


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numerous committees. During the morn-
ing session, on Tuesday, there was a warm
discussion over the report of the commit-
tee on Railroads and Transportation rela-
tive to the car stake matter. The report
showed that the courts had decided ad-
versely to the association and it was de-
eriled to appeal from the decision. In-
crease in rates on lumber shipments Was
the subject of another lengthy discus-
sion. It was decided that the commit-
tee, upon1 advice of counsel, should file
formal protests with the Interstate Com'
inerce ('onuinission in all eases where they
felt justified in doing- so, with authority
to pursue the issue to conclusion. The
committee on Reforestation submitted an
interesting report showing that the For-
estry IBureau had sent a man to the cy-
press swamps of Louisiana to make a
thorough investigation. The members of
the association attended the automobile
racts and had a big Thanksgiving dinner
at the DeSoto Hotel, at which an elabo-
rate menu was served.


RAILROADS RELEASE ORDERS AG-
GREGATING 24oe oooo.

The Omnaha Iee, of Omaha, Neb., gives
out this information:
"TThe railroads of the United States have
released orders for equipment and supplies .
aggregating i240,(M),,000 since election day.
These orders had been placed prior to
Nov. 3: contingent on the outcome of thej
campaign.
"This statement was made by First Vice-
President Irown, of the New York Cen-
tral lines at Clarinda, la., the day after
thie election. Mr. Brown was visiting in
(larinda. which is his old home. He said
that the day after election the allied lines
forming his system released *31.000,000 of
these orders and that he had sent out
over : hundlrei telegrams to manufactu-
rers releasing orders for railroad supplies.
.11r. BIrown declared to C. A. Lysle, of Cla-
rinda, that he knew of $240,000,000 of
such orders which were released since elec-
tion day."


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COMING FOR CARGOES. -on, under charter.
Miadalinc ( oon, 'y. i!4t tons. ('apt. ILittle-
Many Vessels Enroute to Jacksonville to lield, from I'naillelphllia, coal. Logan (Coal
Load with Lumber. and Stuply Coomlany.
.Itiinie E. Righteni. 5i.t5 tons, (aplt. Hlan-
The following vessels are reported as kins ,coal from Norfolk. Logan i tal and
being under charter to come to Jackson- Sulpply Compnany.
ville to load with lumber for coastwise and Brooklini. 4 3 Itons. Capt. Sears, under
foreign ports, and from the length of the chartt-r.
list and the size of the vessels it losks as Tlihlnm. 449 tons. Capt. Slolrord. from
though there will be some heavy lumber New York. tinlder cliarter to load for lIos-
shipments in the near future: ton. t
-Doris, 310 tons, (apt. Alexensen, under loratio 4:. -,os.. 747 tons. (apt. I)arrah,
charter from New York. uniidlr charter.
William 11. Albury (Br.), Capt. Russell.
from Nassau for .Jacksonviille.
Carrie E. Look, 437 tons, ( apt. (.ilclrist. artr is in for t
from Baltimore, coal for Mayport. large sleanuIrs ,y I). L. illeMpie & (Co.
Hattie P. Simpson, 1,177 tons, apt. fotl,- hitiunt of I.I4.1H) l et olf
Chaney, from Philadelphia. is f, t ( anl at l d i
McClure (Br.), 191 tons. Capt. Wadman,o a
to load with lumber for Amhurst, N. S. ling handled through this Islrt under
Thomas S. Dennison, 1.329 tons, Capt. the tle ser~ion of Mr. .. W. lyd
Wade, coal from Baltimore for Maytort. manager for 1. L. 4illspie & (O.. to whole
Rebecca J. Moulton, 521 tons, (apt. the ntract was awarded.
'ThIe schlsnc'r lhoratio (:. oss. 747 tons
Strong, under charter to load for Washing- Te s7
toll. ('apt. Iklrrah, lha Il.Ien chartered to earrn
..a carg'o of loiilper front tids |><>rt for Nev
Samuel W. Hathaway, Sli0 tons, (apt. a rg f lumlr fr this rt fr
wn er charter to load lumber. York. This is .i new schooner.
VI-Kown iM

George A. McFadden, 9:34 tons. Capt.
Meader, under charter to load for Norfolk.
Bertha L Downs, 6iN; tons. Capt. Faulk-
ingham, under charter to load for Boston.
Adelaide Barbour. 1,171 tons, ('apt. Til-
ton, under charter.
Julia A. Trubee, 373 tons. ('apt. Burns,
under charter.
Hugh Kelley. (ti! tons. Capt. Gray, un-
der charter.
R. T. Runlett, 21! tons. Capt. Flowers,
from New York. cargo of cement.
Mary Bradford Pierce. 334 tons. (apt.
Lone, cement from New York.
Lyman M. Law, 1,154 tons. Capt. (Chat-
field, under charter ani coal from Hlalti-
more to Mayport.
Lizzie E. Dennison. 452 tons. (apt. New-
comb, under charter and coal. Newport
News, south.
rIward (. Hight. 467 tons. (apt. Gantt,
under charter.
Kenwood, 7197 tons. ('apt. Small, coal
from Philadelphia for Wilson and Toonecr
Fertilizer Company.
Dorothy Bell. 44 tons. (apt. Slarpe,
coal front Philadelphia.
Iona Tunnell, I.11S tons. Capt. Davis,
from New York.
George Taulane. .r.. :3K5 tons. ('apt. Nel-
son. from Philadelphia .
Linah C. Kaminski, 421 tons. nutler
charter.
Malcolm B. Seavey. 1,051 tons. Capt
IDodge, umler charter, and coal from Balti
more.
Jennie Lippitt. ti3( tons. (aplt. Robin
son, from San J.luan. P. R.
.Jndge Pennewill. 3514 tons. Capt. 'Furniss
under charter.'
Clara E. Randall. Wr3 tons. Capt. Carl


WORK ON THE VIRGINIAN.
IHavniond D)ulPy. vice-president and
general manager of the Virginian Railway.
is quoted in a recent press report as saying
that there are alout 410 miles of track laid
out of a total of 442 miles, and that all
the track will I*t completed by January 1.
Between IRanoki and Alta Vista, Va.,
there is a gap of alsout 15 miles, and at
tlhe crossing of New River there is another
gapi of alout one mile. whlre construction
is very heavy and work is slow. but large
forces are employed there. Tbe coal pi)er
at Stewell's Point, Norfolk. may not Ie-
compileted for 50 or 640 days after (lie l'w-
ginnint of tile year. All of ti- track on
tlhe line in W\'est Virginia. 11.5 miles. has
lIeen laid.


OFFICERS. ELECTED.
Augusta. Nov. 27. At a meeting of tili
directors of tih (;iorgia and Florida Rail-
way here VWevr nsday ollui'rs were elected
as follows:
IPresident .-Johi Skelton Williams. of
Itichmond. Va.
Vice- Presidment IF. ;. BIro\n. New York.
Second lice-P'resident- I.. ltnli n,
Ihiclllllnd. \a.
I.eneral (C ounti l \'. 1. larrett. Au-
gusta. Ga.
(i-neral NMaInai.r .I. I. T'iure'r. Dolug
las. (;a.
Tlin road lhai 270 miles in a.-tiual olwra-
tion. Tl'raini will run into .\uiAlsta Iy
l)'i-eenitnl'r. IIMl. .\ Itrniial sit. ltas I-'en
purheliasetl in .\Awusta. So far lit'e road
has s|iint on plrol-r'tie's $ {.5;-N).,MIo ill eah.


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.NOTICE OF INTENTION TO APPLY lowing officers: J. B. Lucy as President,
FOR LETTERS PATKET. E. J. Sheffield as Vice-President, J. B.
Notice is hereby given that the under- Lucy as Treasurer, and E. J. Sheffield as
signed intend to apply to the Honorable Secretary, and J. B. Lucy, E. J. Sheffield
N. B. Broward, Governor of the State of and S. T. Dell as Directors.
Florida, at Tallahassee, Florida, on the VI.
28th day of November, 1908, for Letters Thie highest amount of indebtedness or
Patent incorporating LUCY & SHEF- liability to which this corporation shall
FIELD COMPANY under the laws of the at any time subject itself shall be Five
State of Florida, with and under the fol- Thousand Dollars ($5,000.00).
lowing proposed Charter, the original of VII.
which is now on file in the office of the The names of the subscribing incorpor-
Secretary of State of the State of Florida. ators of said corporation, together with
J. B. LUCY, the amount of stock subscribed for by
E. J. SHEFFIELD, each, ar as follows:
S. T. DELL. J. B.Lucy, 31 shares.
Proposed Charter of Lucy & Sheffield E. J. Sheffield, 19 shares.
Company. S. T. Dell, 10 shares.
The undersigned hereby associate them- All of said subscribers and incorporators
elves together for the purpose of becom- reside in the City of Jacksonville, Florida.
ing incorporated and forming a corpora- J. B. LUCY,
tion under and by virtue of the laws of E. J. SHEFFIELD,
the State of Florida, with and under the S. T. DELL.
following proposed Charter: State of Florida,
I County of Duval.
The name of this corporation shall be On this day personally appeared before
LUCY & SHE'FFIELD COMPANY, and me J. B. Lucy, E. J. Sheffield and S. T.
its business shall be conducted in the Dell, who are well known to me and
State of Florida, and in other States of known to be the individuals described in
the United States of America and foreign and who executed the fc-egoing articles of
countries wherever necessary or conven- incorporation, and acknowledged that
lent. The principal office of said corpor- they executed the same for the purposes
action shall be in the City of Jacksonville,, therein expressed.


Florida. Witness my hand and official seat, at
IL Jacksonville, Florida, this 29th day of
The general nature of the business to! October, 190&
be transacted by said corporation shall be: (SEAL) ALEX. TAYLOR,
to manufacture, buy, sell, exchange, im- Notary Public.
port, export and generally to deal in at
wholesale and retail cigars, cigarettes, IN CIRCUIT COURT Fourth Judicial Cir-
smoking and chewing tobacco, and all
kinds and forms of tobacco, and pipes, cuit of Florida, in and for Duval County.
smokers' supplies, and all other articles I -In Chancery.
and things usually sold, handled or dealt Rosa A. Furlong, vs. Roland A. Furlong-
in by tobacconists; Notice to Non-Resident:
To buy, sell, own, rent, handle, deal in,o on
mortgage, convey, and otherwise dispose To Roland A. Furlong:
of real estate; You are hereby required to appear to
And to have and exercise such powers the Bill of Complaint filed herein against
as may be incident or convenient to the you in the above entitled cause on or be-
businesses of said corporation, and all of fre t 7 . .
the rights, powers and privileges of a cor- fore th 7th o D A. D, 1908.
portion under the laws of Florida. The Industrial Record is hereby desig-
II. nated as the newspaper in which this or-
The amount of the capital stock of said der shall be published once a week for
corporation shall be Six Thousand Dollars four consecutive weeks.
($6,000.00), to be divided into sixty (60)
shares of the par value of One Hundred Witness my hand and seal of office this
Dollars ($100.00) each. All or any part 6th day of November, A. D. 1908.
of the capital stock of said corporation (SEAL) P. D. CASSIDEY,
shall be payable in or issued or used for Clerk
the purchase of property, labor or services
at a just valuation thereof to be fixed by By H. J. CASSIDEY,
the Board of Directors at a meeting called Deputy Clerk.
for that purpose. Samuel W. Fox, Solicitor for Complainant.
IV.
The term for which said corporation 11-7-0.
shall exist shall be ninety-nine (99)
years. IN CIRCUIT COURT, FOURTH JU-
V. DICIAL CIRCUIT, in and for Duval
The business of said corporation shall
be conducted by a President, a Secretary, County.-In Chancery.
Treasurer and a Board of three (3) Direc- Alfred H. Bedell vs. Edith Bedell.-Notice
tors. The number of the Directors may be to Non-Resident:
increased or diminished by the By-Laws. To Mrs. Fdith Bedell:
The Directors shall be elected by the
stockholders at each annual meeting. All You are hereby required to appear to
other officers of this corporation shall be the bill of complaint filed herein against
elected annually by the Directors. The you in the above entitled cause on or be-
annual meeting of this corporation shall fore the 7th day of December, A. D. 1908.
be held on the first Monday in January of 1
each year at eleven o'clock A. M., unless The Industrial Record is hereby desig-
otherwise provided by the By-Laws. The nated as the newspaper in which this or-
incorporators and stockholders shall meet der shall be published once a week for
at the offices of said corporation in Jack- four canseutive weeks.
sonville, Florida, on the 30th day of No-
vember. 1908. at 10 o'clock A. M., for the Witness my hand and seal of office this
purpose of adopting By-Laws, completing 30th day of October, A. D. 1908.
the organization of this corporation, elect- (SEAL) P. D. CASSIDEY,
ing officers for the ensuing year, and Clerk.
transacting any business which may
come before such meeting. Until the of- By E. R. HEDSTROM,
ficers elected at the first annual meeting Deputy Clerk.
shall be qualified, the business of this Samuel W. Fox, solicitor for complainant.
corporation shall be conducted by the fol- 10-31-4t


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NOTICE OF INTENTION TO APPLY
FOR LETTERS PATENT.
Notice is thereby given that on December
14th. 1W)S, tle unldernigned will apply to
the lloinra:lle Napoleohn Broward, Gov-
ernor of tie State of Florida, for Letters
Patent incorporating the ST. IJOHNS
RIVER FISH1 ANDI) YSTEit COMPANY
under the following Iropo.lsed charter:
J. 11 PETTEYS.
J. W. ROSETTER,
C. A. BISBEE.
Charter of the St. Johns River Fish and
Oyster Company.
We, the undersigned, do hereby asso-
ciate ourselves together for the purpose
of forming a corporation under the Laws
of the State of l'lorida, and have adopted
the following Articles of Incorporation
for our charter:
ARTICLE I.
The name of this corporation shall be


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

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T.A. JauEIG&S. 2nd Vice-President. H. L. KAYTON, 3d Vice-President and Sec.
H. F. E. ScnUsBR, Treasurer.


J. P. WILLIAMS COMPANY,

1111 SROI FIICTORiS mi iRn n [ In wi s.
M anto Office SAVANNXH, GEOnRGIA
Braneb Office: JaCKOcnVIU.LE, rFA. ranch Orocery Houne
Sa COLUoa BUe, oi.

Naval Stores Prodcers are lavited to Correspond With Us.
a IIlt Iil 111Il LI Iw i:IIl i III I 11111 11111 ill llll


The St. Johns River Fish and Oyster Com-
pany. its principal place of business shall
he Jacksonville, rhDval County, Florida.
ARTICLE II.


The general nature of the business to be in
transacted by the corporation shall be to S
buy and sell fish at Wholesale and Re-
tail.to manufacture, buy and sell ice, and i,
operate cold storage. to buy and sell mer- a
clandise, to buy, sell, lease and operate w
boats, to buy, sell and lease real estate, k
and to do such other acts as may he neces- n
sary to the safe conduct of the business. h
ARTICLE III. e
The amount of capital stock of this t
corporation shall be Ten Thousand Dol- n
lars, divided into One Hundred shares of a
the par value of One Hundred Dollars n
each, and payable in cash or in services, I
merchandise or real estate, at a valuation
to be fixed upon by its Board of Directors. N
ARTICLE IV. (
This corporation shall exist for the term c
of Ninety-Nine years. s
ARTICLE V. a
The business of this corporation shall
lie conducted by a President, a Vice-Pres-
ident and a Secretary and Treasurer and i
Board of Directors of not more than three
lsWrsons. The first meeting of this cor-
poration shall be held on February first,
nineteen hundred and nine, and annually t
thereafter, except that when said date
shall fall on Sunday, or other Legal IHoll
day, then the annual meeting shall be
held on the next day not a Legal Holiday;
at the said meeting there shall be elected
by the stockholders of this corporation
three directors and these shall, at a meet-
ing to be held immediately after the meet-
ing of Stockholders, elect a President,
Vice-President and Secretary ann 'ireau-
urer. The following officers shall conduct
the business of this corporation until the
first meeting in February, or until their
successors are elected and duly qualified:
J. II. Petteys, President; J. W. Rossetter,
Vice-President, C. A. Bishee, Secretary
and Treasurer, and J. H. Petteys, J. W.
Rossetter and C. A. Bisbee, Directors.
ARTICLE VI.
The highest amount of indebtedness to
which this company shall subject itself
shall be Twenty Thousand Dollars.
ARTICLE VII.
The names and residences of the sub-
scribers to this proposed charter and the
amount of Capital Stock, subscribed by
each are as follows:
J. II. Petteys, Jacksonville, Fla., 25
shares.
J. W\. Rossetter, Eau Gallie, Fla., 25
shares.
C. A. Bisbee, Jacksonville, Fla, 25 shares.
SState of Florida,
County of Duval.
Personally appeared J. H. Petteys, J.
': \. Rossetter and C. A. Bisbee, personally
known to me to be the persons described
in the foregoing articles of incorporation
s and whose names are subscribed thereto
r and they severally acknowledged before
" me that they had executed the same for
" the purposes therein expressed.
S In witness whereof. I have hereunto set
r iy hand and official seal this 14th day
of October A. D. 1908.
(Seal) T. J. GOLDEN,
Notary Public. State of Florida.
My commission expires June 24, 1912.
ll-21-4t

- IN THE COURT OF THE COUNTY
. JUDGE, FOR DUVAL COUNTY
- FLORIDA.-IN PROBATE.
" In the Matter of the Estate of John Zahm,
- Deceased.
By the Judge of said Court.
S In the name of the State of Florida.
- Whereas, Henrietta Zahm. as adminis-
- tratrix of the estate of John Zahm, de-
: ceased, has filed in this Court her petition
- praying that she be ordered to take pos-
" session of the real estate described in said
: petition, to-wit: Lot Seventeen (17),
Block Six (6) of Campbell's Addition to
, Jacksonville, now in the corporate limits


f said city, situate in the County of Du-
al and State of Florida, according to a
tat of said addition of record in Plat
ook 2, page 21; also the following de-
cribed lot or parcel of land, to-wit: Ly-
ig and being in the County of Duval,
tate of Florida, and City of Jacksonville,
nd more particularly described as fol-
>ws: Beginning at a point two hundred
nd sixty-eight (26(8) feet from the south-
est corner of Cedar Street and a lane
nown as Eagle Lane; running thence
north, seventy-five (75) degrees west, one
hundred and five (105) feet; thence south-
rly one hundred and five (105) feet;
hence easterly to Cedar Street; theme
ortherly to place of beginning and known
s part of Lot Four (4), as described in a
iap made for the heirs of Adam White, by
. C. White, surveyor, June 18th, 1891.
Also the following: Part of Water Lot
io. Nine (9), or Twenty-eight (28) of the
Jity of Jacksonville, County of Duval,
;tate of Florida, more particularly de-
eribed as follows, to-wit: Commencing
it the northeast corner of said Water Lot
Nine (9), and running south one hundred
and five (105) feet; thence west twenty-
ive (25) feet; thence north one hundred
and five (106) feet; thence east twenty-
ive (25) feet, to place of beginning;
bounded on the north by Bay street; on
the east by Water Lot No. Eight (8); on
the south and west by the remaining por-
tion of Water Lot No. Nine (9), of which
the above described premises are a por-
tion. It being understood and agreed that
there shall always exist a passage or
right of way of ten (10) feet on the west
and south of said described premises.
And the parties of the first part, for
themselves, their heirs, executors, admin-
istrators and assigns, covenant to and
with the said party of the second part,
his heirs, executors, administrators and
assigns, that as far as the said first par-
ties are concerned, the said passage way
of the aforesaid dimensions shall be kept
open and unobstructed forever, as is pro-
vided in and guaranteed by the deed of
Theodore Hartridge and wife to Kate M.
Denny, which deed was recorded in the
public records of Duval County, Florida,
in Book "C," of separate property of mar-
ried women, on pages 816-818.
Also the following: Being a part of
the Adam White estate land and being a
part of Lot No. Six (6) of said tract as
subdivided by the heirs of said estate as
per plat recorded in Book of Plata No.
One (1), page 122, Duval County records;
beginning at the northeast intersection of
North Street and Clay Street Lane; theneo
running northerly in east line of said Lane
seventy (70) feet more or less; thence
easterly about sixty-two (62) feet; thence
southerly to the north line of North
Street; thence westerly along the north
line of North Street to place of beginning,
the first and third lines being parallel,
now in the corporate limits of the City of
Jacksonville, County of Duval and State
of Florida; as assets of the estate of
said decedent, John Zahm; and that all
persons in possession of said tract of land
or any part thereof, holding under said
decedent, surrender possession of the
same to said administratrix, and the
(ourt will order the sale of said land at
private sale to pay the debt of said es-
tate.
These are, therefore, to cite and admon-
ish John Henry Zahm, Annie M. Zahm,
Franklin C. Zahm and Margaret G. Zahm,
minor heirs at law of said decedent, John
Zahm, Charles B. Peeler, Esquire, as guar-
dian ad litem for said minor heirs at law,
all of Jacksonville, Florida, and all per-
sons interested, to appear in this Court
on the 3rd day of December, A. D. 1908,
and show cause, if any they have, why
the prayer of said petition should not be
granted.
Witness my name and seal as County
Judle of the County aforesaid, this the
29th day of October, A. D. 1908
(SEAL) EH B. PHILLPS,
County Judge.
10-31-08.








10 THE WEEKLY INDUSTRIAL RECORD.


WANTED AND FOR SMALL

Bate for this eo man is 2 events pr word
for tra-inertio ad 1 eat pe word for
following immertoas. No advertise nt
taken for hI than 40 ents for frt, sad
20 centb for following inrtiona Cash
must accompany orders unless you ave
as aseount with a.
Plank's Chill Tonic is guaranteed to
cure chills. fever, colds. Ia grippe. 25c.*

WANTED-All commissaries to ocean up
their ar of all kinds of s ed ecks and
burlbps. We buy everything in the way
of meek Write us. Amerians Fibr Ca
Jaekomville. Fla.
WANTED--First class woodsman. Fur-
nish references with application. Address
Scott & Brinson, Dexter, Miss. 10-24-tf
WANTED-Position as manager of tur-
pentine place. Practically lifetime experi-
ence. References, etc. "Guaranteed." Ad-
dress care Industrial Record Pub Co.
11-21-It
WANTED-Position in commissary as
manager or assistant. Several years' ex-
perience. Gilt edge references. Have small
family. Address E., care Record. 10-24-4t

iTKPENTINE WOODSMN, with ten
year' experience, wants position. Best of
reference. Address S. M. Donaldson, Grove-
land, Ga. 10-9-5t


\VW NTEHl- Position as woodsman. 17
.\year'. e\xperienlu le'st references.
Iave iistl c'itp also. Strictly no boozer.
Married: ;ige 39l. Address N. C. Woods-
man, (Voodlhine. ia. ll-28-4t
W\ANTEI' I;ily or gentleman of fair
tllieatfiion to tr:iavel for a line of house-
holdi art ic.ls ;and slnialties. Salary,
$3.50 per day tiv The A.\leandilr Snulily vom'pany. Xo. :L54;
DI)arloirn St.. ( lhieaigo. Ill. ll-28-8t
I'OSITION as woodsman or manager of
turpentine place. Best of references. Ad-
dress Call Box No. 123, Auburndale, Fla.
10-24-3t
WANTED-Position on turpentine farm
as woodsman, bookkeeper or manager.
Thoroughly experienced. Can control la-
bor. F. J. Pigford, 101 S. 2nd Street, Wil-
mington, N. C. 10-17-It.
POSITION WANTED-To get out staves
for coopering and run still; can take
hold at once. Write me. George Brad-
shaw, Perry, Fla. 10-3-4t.
EMPLO)YMENT desired as bookkeeper
or manager of still by married man who
is thorougllv competent. Two years' ex-
Iwrienee as manager. Can give Guarantee
Company Bond. Address "73," care In-
dustrial Record. 10-24-4t

NOTICE OF MEETING STOCKHOLDERS
OF THE COMMERCIAL BANK.
Tlih a:ninal meetlnm of (the stockholders
of tihe c( nillercial Itank at lJacksonville,
Ila.. for the purpose of electing a Hoard


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description: 5 ft. 6 inches high. weightl III. incss that may 'cro Iw-fore tlhemn will
150 Ibs, yellow smooth faced. w talks a I* he lid at thli Iianking house on Wedlnes-
little spraddle-legged, smokes pipl- often. day. )Ih-c~mlr 4:Ith. IH)S. I'twe.en the
answers to name of Trouble. Will pay iho'rs of I alnd o'clock I'. M1.
liberal reward for him. Arrest and no- II. .All.IARD. Cashier.
tify P. Weeks, Enville. Fla. .lacksonville. Fla., Nov. 25. 190S.-4t


OLDEST WHISKEY HOUSE IN SOUTH

ESTABLISHED 1881
SOLD SHARPE WILLIAMS.
Pure fine old Rye, by the
gallon ................ $300
4 full quarts .............$350
Express prepaid.
GEORGE J. COLEMAN.
Pure Pennsylvania Rye,
rich and mellow, by the
gallon ................. .75
4 full quarts ...........$3.00
Express prepaid.
ANVIL RYE,
S IPure and substantial
family whiskey, by the
gallon ................. 5
4 full quarts ............S.O
Express prepaid.
OLD POINTER CLUB CORN.
Rich and mellow, by the
gallon ................. $.50
4 full quarts ............$ .0
Express prepaid.


Old Georgia Corn

Direct from Bonded Warehouses 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 per cent on your purchases. Send
for price list and catalogue. Mailed free.


THE Altmayer & Flatau Liquor Company
720. 722, 724. 726 West Bay Street
JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA
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ACCOUNTANTS.
T. G. Hutchinson, Jacksonville, Fla.
Walter Mueklow, Jacksonville, Fla.
AXES.
J. D. Weed & Co., Savannah, Ga.
BANKS.
Commercial Bank, Jacksonville, Fla.
BEER-WHOLESALE.
Chas. Blum & Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
BARREL STAVES.
East Coast Lumber Co., Watertown,
Florida.
UOXES AND CRATES.
Cummer Lumber Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
CLOTHING.
Standard Clothing Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
COPPER SMITHS.
MeMillan 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.
Win. D. Jones, Jacksonville, Fla.
DRUGS-WHOLESALE.
Groover-Stewart Drug Co., Jacksonville,
Pla.
southern Drug Mfg. Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
ENGINES.
Schofield's Sons Co., J. 8., Macon, Ga.
Lombard Iron Works and Supply Co,
Augusta, Ga.
FOUNDRIES.
Sehofleld'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 IR, Savannah, Ga.
HATS.
Stuart-Bernstein Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
HARDWARE.
Weed & Co., J. D., Savannah, Ga.
HATS.
Standard Clothing Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
HOOP IRON.
.. D. Weed & Co., Savannah, Ga.
IRON WORKS.
Schofield's Sons Co., J. S., Macon, Ga.
JEWELERS.
R. J. Riles Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
Greenleaf & Crosby Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
Hess & Slager, Jacksonville, Fla.
LUMBER.
East Coast Lumber Co., Watertown,
Florida.
LIQUORS.
Blum & Co., Chas., Jacksonville, Fla.
Altmayer & Flatau Liquor Co., Jackson-
ville, Fla.
MEDICINES.
Spencer Medicine Co., Chattanooga, Tenn.


MACHINE WORKS.
Schofield's Sons Co., J. S., Macon, Ga.
Lombard 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 Penm-.
cola, Fla.
MILL SUPPLIES.
Schofieid'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-Harris 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.
NURSERIES.
Thl' Iairl cr-Frink ( ,.. lMaiwlicnny Fla.


SAWMILLS,
Lombard Iron Works and Supply Co,
Augusta, Ga.
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., ILaeon, Ga.
TURPENTINE BARRELS.
Atlantic Cooperage Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
Florida Cooperage Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
TURPENTINE STILLS.
Baker, M. A., Brunswick, Ga., and Pense-
cola, Fla.
McMillan Brothers, Jacksonville, Savas-
nah and Mobile.
TIMBER LANDS.
Jacksonville Development Co., Jacksom-
ville, Fla.
J. H. Livingston & Sons, OeCla, Fla.
TURPENTINE TOOL&
Council Tool Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
J. D. Weed & Co., Savannah, Ga.
WATCHES.
Greenleaf & Crosby Co., Jacksonville, Fi.
Hess & Slager, Jacksonville, Fla.
R. J. Riles Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
YELLOW PIrE LUMBER.
Cummer Lumber Co., Jacksonville, Fa.
East Coast Lumber CO, Watertown, Fla.


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J. MN Ashley.
W. T. B. ImbHo .


PENINSULAR NAVAL STORES CO.
SCommission Merchants
and Wholesale Grocers
SReceiving Poists-J.acksonvile, Tmnpa and FP iednauai,
C la., Savannah, Ga,

'Capital Stock. $l.000.000.
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W. D. KRENSON


J. D. WEED X CO.,


Savannah Georgia

HEADQUARTERS FOR


Hoop Iron, Turpentine Tools,

Batting, Etc.


McMillan Bros.


PLANTERS

"Old Time" Remedies
THE JOY Of THE HOUSEHOLD. f
The. r past r.sm... am 2T-. -. C,.m t _
and Carms 04, s e joy of tOh oeeild. With fhm mar at ba0m, a -ae
an i ready for my emerge. has a safe, reliablMe and speedy riief
for wife, eidea, slf or stoed. With the. remedies yo am keep the M
doetr'Bs haom out of your pocket, and yet have* a bkthy, hapy any. 6. 6g-
BMies, you ea eare your stoek of ay liment that may befa them.
UaN TA-a Liqui or powder aFe- the pgat fanaly m-daiLe b
will ers all ar of Liver and Kidney (bn Perwnt Chi"k an 2b
rear. OCes the mmon afllns of hidrm; s a s ikiatveo tmbi is. w-i-h
- equl-afe and-ria In the liquid, it in ezxtamy plmktaMS-~nm sHk
i!e i--ad it BRADY O B Uca.
B-M-P"rTA is a wommags medlein It wil ue Ma the diumms eme ts
woime and elm ad Female Troub. It will bring yout bei to the added wma,
who khs $me ome ring bemae she thought it wommi lo It wil ewe frM t
ng tr^ w- ; and ppare the young w om thr am se
CURA RUELIF-The iknt Paint Killer, for either man or beat Berm
tantly, Colie, Ctamps, Cora IEork rDiakrr Dyettery andt iekl ad-
Af ma ie in h or it i a infallibe remdy ud garantad to give ref in SA
minutes.
CUBAN OL-The Best bme and Narve Linmt.* is anmalts l or e s&
d aor teora shk, ad will nttly relieve the Cures eetites ad sa.
~b amd wm, hni m and mor, capped kands ad ft, ore ad teder fe.
Belies reumantie pain, lame beek, stitoits, and in smoik emoa web feeta.
a-at thMruh, pl, o.sp mu, Ms a ddl and diae ied ba.
Wdte u for PriM.
SPENCER MEDICINE CO. Chattanooga, Ten


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Florida Cooperage Company
(oorporaued) CapIltl aSterk 800.0A
MANm9ACT WISr OF
Turpentine, Cotton Seed Oil, Dip

and Syrup Barrels.
Office amd Faty Entprie am EsteU Streets.
Telephone 1855 Jacksonville, Fla.


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

SNaval Stores actorss and Comminssion
SMerchants.

OFICCEILS.


C. U. armes. Prssadeknt. J. A. Eweag Vice-Prelsd t. W
E. Weis. Soeremary and Treasurer.
L. W. Anderom, Art. Sec. and Treas.
DIILECTO.LS& C. Brnw. J. A. Ewiag., S. EwI.
A. G. Pam., W. FrmrT Je W. E. Cummer, E. WeB. W s.
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Commission
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WalN Stores actors. Wholesale Grocers.


Savansah S Brunawick. Ga.


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Inspect our stock, it comprises the careful selections of a buyer of forty yeas
Experience.
Color, quality, and freedom from flaws must have careful consideration in
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A selection package will be sent to responsible parties on request.
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