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WE POINT WITH PRIDE TO THE LARGE AMOUNT OF AD-
VERTISING CARRIED IN THE COLUMNS OF THE RECORD.
FEW TRADE PAPERS IN THE COUNTRY CAN BOAST OF A
MORE REPRESENTATIVE LIST OF ADVERTISERS. A LARGE
MAJORITY OF THESE FIRMS ARE REGULAR PATRONS OF
THE RECORD. MANY OF THEM HAVE ADVERTISED IN THE
RECORD FOR YEARS. THEY KNOW ITS VALUE. IT WILL
PAY YOU TO READ THE ADVERTISING PAGES CAREFULLY
,*. d AND, BY THE WAY, WHEN YOU TRADE WITH ONE OF OUR
ADVERTISERS, TELL HIM THAT YOU SAW HIS ADVERTISE-
00 rMENT IN THE RECORD. IT WILL PLEASE THE MERCHANT
AND WILL BE APPRECIATED BY US.
NAVAL STORES COMPANY.
Home Office: JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
Branches: Savannah. Ga., and Pensacola, Fla.
W. POWELL, Preadmt; B. F. BULLAKD, H. L COVINGTON, J. A. CRANFORD, D. H. McMILLAN, B. R. POWELL, C. COVINOTON, JOHN H.
POWELL, Vies Presidents; C. P. DUSENBURY, Seeretary and Treasurer.
AjECITIVE COMMITTEE: W. C. Powell, C. B. Rogers, H. L Covington, B. F. Bullard, J. A. Cranford.
DILVCTORB: W.C. Powell, B . Bullard, C. B. Rogers, J. A. Cranford, W. J. Hillman, John H. Powell, W. Foeh Ch Cvingtoa C. Dowwlg, D. H.
MeMillan, LR B. Powell, C. M. Covington, S. A. Alford.
NAVAL STORES FACTORS
Paid in Capital Stock, $2,500,000
Owned and Controlled by Practical Operators.
S The 'Consolidated" Is purely a co-operative Company. Its Interests are Identical with those
of the Producers. The patronage of turpentine operators everywhere Invited.
Two Million acres of land and Timber for sale on easy terms.
Producers are invited to call or correspond.
Dry Goods, Notions, Men's Furnishings
Blankets. Comforts, Convict Clothing,
Manufacturers of TURPENTINE STILLS
Complete Outfits and Extra Kettles, Caps, Arms, Worms, Fur-
nace Doors and Grates always on hand
Old Stills taken in part W rk and repairing done
payment for New Work in the country
Heavy Coppersmithing. Steam Pipe and Special Copper Work
Alo Fayetteville, N. C. Savannah, Ga. Mobile, Ala
=_ 6 1r
Z*ULini) UVY MSATnMDAY. DWOT) TO NAVAL S9T* LUMuR AND MANUPACTUMMNG UI rS NI-,
WGaM;Mnd *1dwmTpmadOpnft An~ax 1b~b~n0MaMpsy mad -a Soo& HU inb Am" Ceswn" wa CO ~ O~ odnQw nd ,_
Ou.wsMwum. @p t Am Afsd Avid ML *&" e0dings di arnvON C.. Grewmi Amoohm Remi be Gump ftwasl Anifm~ C~dMOup 4d atwp !f0L7
~-- ~ JY a ILa lL
Mb o adomodil **a the
Wee ad the river, b-
;= 48 &amt omal rahilay
wIn% -ro and for the -
lea~ ~d fromba Jamksw
;= hoas- o o mad.
Ow and Se that freI
w d& vweo, amomig -met t
him. a b a"esemd in get-
OMS a ,-tabs these
a Wy the 'Mont cOmttee
JO telegams was ams eaws:
3. C, yak. U-4u am-
,W4O is to zlies and her-
OMMIAf pmod": Ub, fa1
-"M ON *TI fr s*wo
obAmdmww Pla HMO a"d the
l OL J.w River from the
00p to Nerials Iwedr.1
ia 'Sl a n'a ~rinh.
Mi wiol a view of obtaining a
k3A --- wwL C
L a&PPeCAr the
r, .a ap1 I w of
- et oore by him argued
h Our the Part o c at nena-
was 4beswu of the lack
- s prep 1t11 of Flow-
a a v stores, lumber,
i4 -a nOno" at Georgia
-ww ssa. the 71hs.
ajl31 adilt~im freight t
[jL -a lnd podust.
SMtr maim 1IdM4L
OWED MA TSM@6rJ abu
- ,- tM
f4*5 OiL dues of UL Augus-
l" Y461 GeOFahowe,
ftt Thor Cty aed Tam-
sko th isespany In
1431 Pannoni this nw line
tOM o"Mo dozen frM
18.4was in in are of
*,,.ws in was "ne- in leek-
**a at ow tde base ith
OiWfo rSo Western Usa
011 3 Is this sky.
- am tham ogh- Fbar
rI_40 Lbs am ornin atf thi
"k 1 Samarl -ropose
f4 -inS aadebas*i mate
ands M: One to Galneavif
Sbtq a sablu from Havana
tv Ito pb"---my Co.
ink1 '131dw i an bsa
m 0 11, W0 4 *a hu*Mw
S theh-1 ~pkdon
Indictments Found in Alleged Tur-
pentine Trust Case.
Savannah, a., Feb. ll-(8peelal)-
The Federal grad jury reassembled today
and this after. returned indictments
against the folewing perans and corpor-
ation of the Shlaoms, commonly known
a the anti teat act, as a result of the
invetstimgaos held by the grand jury for
the past four days:
Corporathl : The 8. P. Shotter Com-
pany and the Patterson-Downing Com-
Individual: Spener P. Shotter, presi-
dent of the 8. P. hotter Company, now
chairman of the bard of directors of the
American Naval8tmera Company; J. P.
.Cooper Myers, vie president of the S. P.
Shotter Company, now vice president of
the American Naval tores Company; T.
E Driseoll, dema e manager of the 8. P.
hotter Company now with the American
SHOTTnR And cOUmnL
00 TO WASHIGTON.
Commenting an the result of the al-
leged turpentine tart cae, the Savannah
News of the 1th says:
Judge Samuel B. Adams, W. W. Mec-
kall, Eaq., and Mr. Sp .eer P. Shooter left
for Washington yesterday at noon.
The lat named is the most prominent
defendant in the naval stores "trust" ease
in which a blaket indictment against
nine individuals and even corporationU
were returned ai the United States court
Judge Adas and Mr. Mackall are coun-
sel for the defodsaat. It is understood
that considerable sigaeance is attached
to the trip. It leaked out from an offidal
souree that the purpose of the trip is
to prevail upon the Attorney General of
the United States to interfere with the
prseeution of the ase in Savannah. It
is understood that a conference with the
Attorney Geeal was arranged for in ad-
Net Kew What s Wanted.
The manner or extent of the interfer-
ee oa the part of the Attorney General
is not known. Oe view of the desire of
the defense is, it is understood, to have
the official be le vigorous in his proseeu-
tio here. Another is that the defense is
willing to plead guilty for the corpora-
tioa and pay such a ae as the courts im-
pose with the rti ment of the indiet-
meats against the individuals. Only nes
can be imposed upon corporation
The defendants' counsel have been pret-
ty active since the Inditment was return-
ed, and it is general y believed that the
bill will be attack by general and spee-
ial demurrers when the defendants are
allied to plead most Meday. The inter-
poation d iseer wena supereds
a tnil the demuem were disposed tf.
Naval Stores Company; Herman Weiber,
Savannah manager of the Antwerp Naval
Stores Company, a foreign corporation
with headquarters in Anterp; H. A.
Shroder, manager of. the foreign depart-
ment of the Patterson-Downing Company;
Harry Bruen, formerly of Savanah
and manager of the Patterson-Downing
Company, now with the American Naval
Stores Company; Alexander Knight of
London, England, of the irm of Nicholl &
Knight, naval stores importers, who have
been represented here by James Pari,
/-Judge Samuel B. Adams and W. W. Me
Kall, attorneys for the ae sed, arranged
bonds for them this afternoon. Warrants
were served on the six Savannah de-
fendant at 4:45 o'clock and they w t
immediately to the court house where tihy
were met by Judge Adams and Mr. Mac-
Kall, where bonds were prepared asd
signed and the parties released.
The Dawmtary Evidna.
In the event that the court overruled
the demurrers and held the indictments
to be valid in all respeets, in so far as its
legal or technical composition is concerned
the proceeding could not deferred longer
by an appeal. The district attorney would
then probably ask for an early assignment
of the eas~after the accused had been re-
quirid to enter their pleas.
It has been intimated that the defend-
ants would not eare to go to trial be-
cause of the nature of the documentary
evidence in the possession of the Govern-
ment, which would have to be made pub-
lie in the course of the trial.
It is regarded as a reasonable view to
predict that the department of justee
will not take any action in the 'ase be-
fore conferring further with Distriet At-
torney Akerman, who instituted and pre-
pared the ease.
HEIRS OF FORM38 AND IM-
wN An rrY LOSB CLAIM
To Thousa an ot Acres of La-d-A Cae
of International Interest Feeer Set-
Judge James W, Locke, in accordance
with the decision of the Supreme Court
of the United States, Wednesday made
a final decree in the case of Theodore
Delcour and others, heirs of John Forbes,
and Fannie W. J. Innerarity and other,
heirs of John Innerarity vs. the United
States, by which the title to the land in
controversy is declared to rest in the
United States, and the petition of the
complainant is dismissed
This Anal decree ends forever the con-
troversy involving the three million acre
of land near Apal-hirtl, litigation con-
earning whieh ha bea in progress with
more or Ilew arnth It. fr
The cas has attracted ma i( 1-w.;
tention ad the rninmpl h | '
eflorts to prove title il3J i|C
action of the spsalsh Is"l a 4
haunted every dlt. I -;- -
Judge lda. o APR k mU M
down a. demi Ir ftr ft| S ji M.
auts. The Unita Staew qM
now, as the iam a f I f i --l
reversal of Juidg laske by *a
Court of the Ui tedtBoO MR,
was on the gromWi that. s r a ipf
already been d rs w by -* u
competent j ih A *,
The history of this ,eae a of s l .M r -,
in controversy may be
essential detail a elws -f.- -a-.
Back in tha ,y ha h- Ow a*
Spanish territory, John l -
conducted or a Isaq mad. TM. *
at their commend io a%* m
and operated he tha r 'NN* a "i
gotiations with the lhk Ma, I
hunters were on a si thal t 0l Ai
naly large for that pra ai a 4 r
In brief, Forbes and T-mmlllN I
rich men of this seon nd tb U
was wide. V
Spain, with beadaert te -r to *-
vana, so far as the New W"-ift >
earned, did not maitals I 1it,* `
bet of garrison, and t h l tI -
the war path, gave tha s qa-f a a
Plantations were deistoil, b O
home was burned and q4 aia of
nations were ommitted.oam. M
nerarity, largely as a &r -;
fese and proiteeat e ast Ii
the Spaniard a n lld oeae = iN l
visions to Spain tLhm tt ~-- --
mon in this part at l ..--
Finally the war ed eMms.l 0 w*N,
traders pot in their elaim fte a .,
government for servism IWWMi fi '
the money lo, ad. The dl s m ,
ognised mad a grat given \ta M lig
due and legal farm, em-- t' i-
and Innerarity a ege trust a -* a*W
ering s,000M1 seae On th Me SO aw
the Apalahela.ol river, ea i w~
now franklin county and heg
of Washington eoaty.
Suit for pomelesi at the alean bd
in the Forbes pureba was S t "
in 18M, under the set a of ~ 1ii| -i f
which all Spe1sh grant edar im i
and since brought. J- I Jul
of the United States et &dAi b i _A .
time against the elaim nts a n-_
that under the act dof <&wuonti -
court had no jurisditki i ltl'
title to the grant, benoma A the 4 --a
dated subeeqauet to the tM 1 -
between the United states aulml _t f
lowed for confirmation of l' i*
CoLW W. Da""a "
S8fa 1SU Pattentd
Rims and Heads
OW MIp P W urek. Adds two inches to ea-
jiefty of barrel; does not leak; drains
iSiI ata perfeetly. Over 20,000 sold In
g- o months. Sold by the following
W eaL 10emm y Ce., Jackseavlle 0 e
s. m ce, Pesses"LF, is.
SX awa-- CBa. New Odenas, La.
S- op n va ca., vaioesta, GaO.
&ohne e abhandle the Bikes Patentt
S Write for rice, cut, et
IF'' XwOV- X~lEDD AT TNE
m. ea Feb. 1 -The need for more
.' ar at statehouse will be dwelt upon
%V BWn. H. Clay Crawford in his annual
S-uutrA. in tah hand of the state
itr' In a dm min of tie matter
mral days ao, Mr. Mrawford sai; "*he
e mN isn entirely inadequate; we
Iar, lveoit any more room than we
ad btaele the .ailding wu remodeled.
TM WIMdlag should have had a third story,
E b'op the lot Ib too small for any other
.~aa' s dt but I would oppose adding an-
Z soiry now, for I have gone through
ex prienca of one remodeling, and
eIw a desire for another like It"
M. Cawforft suggestion is to eret a
hl-NOW.in the neighborhood for the n-
V M evert and the railroad eommisaion,
Wk wald give ample room for the
p rpent Thre ae three available nearby
b mab, reetly north of the statehouse,
_ a- opoite.,know as the armory lotand
e* a owned by Mrs. David 8. Walker,
h t ef the apitl. All these lots
:W aey the distance of the width of the
;tesat fima the capitol grounds.
lupm elj State Armory.
Adi t. A Wesater In his report will all
t- In- to the eed of State arsenal
S.mms trial and accessible point. At
a-. IM t aa the military stores are kept in
Sa e. oet f the capitol, greatly to
Aganowreneiee of he adjutant general
tht 41rs teiy el concerned. Twice a
P -y-i whL uniorms are received from the
a wr4sawameat It is neemeary to convert
-o Cha ead the house of representatives
at a aMMrj simply depot
A Amnwe Is m foot to build an ae-
S-ig ainvlls, which will ermve as
8- 0 0y for the local militia and aleo
7 s n a Slate as v al Naturally the head-
S qmmrtea a odjutant geeral weU te
etls ald there, a pre eett st by New
- Yrk ad oh State.
f. Huteblason. iaeksonville, Ya.
Wpler Mucklow, Jacksonville, Fla.
Brig Hardware Co., Valdosta, Ga.
mame-rel Bank, Jacksonville, Fl
FlrMa Bank and trust O., JackasailDs,
Cha( Bsum & Co., Jacksonille,
oeph Zapi & Co., Jacksonrvl,.
.'oyd% Portable Fieplae, Valdoat, Ga.
DOXrS AND CRATS.
maier Lumber Co. Jackbm illn, Fa.
athW u Fuel & Supply o., The, Jack-
e. R. Foster, Jr., Jacksonvie, Fla.
Geo. R. Poster r, Jr., Jackonville,
. a. Clveland Furniture company.
Roland Woodward, Jacksovill, Fla.
rag & Bro, J. A, Jacrkoevilla Fla.
Neaa41 Uxthers Jacokenvls fares-
aah ad Moew .
'mp rage Co. The, Jaesonville, F .
Wm. D. Jeae. Jacksounvlle, Fla
C. C. Bettes, Jacksonville, Fl.
Tampa Drug Co., Tampa, Fla.
Southern Drug Mfg. Co., Jacksravll, Fla.
lGrover-Stewart Drug Co., Jacksonvlle,
()ov ngto Co. The. Jacksonville, Fla.
Standard Electric Co., JacksonvIle, Fla.
ierrnll-Rtevens Co., Jaekoauvile, Fa.
lehnfle~M'i Sons Co.. J. S., Maeon, Ga.
Imibard Iron Works and Supply Go., Au-
Boyd's Portable Fireplace, Valdost, Oa.
Hiur & tn Wm. W A., Jacknornill, la.
. E. Cleaveland Furniture Co, Jackson-
*4oho 's sons Co, J. S., Mason, On.
other Fuel & Supply CoL Th, Jeak-
Oralg Bro., J. A, Jacksoaville, Fin.
standard Clothing Co., Jacksosavil, Fla.
'moeldated Grocery Co, Jacksovlle, Fa.
faeksonvtlle Grocery Co.,,Jacksomvle, Fl.
Wiliams O., J. P, Savaimah, Ga
Young Oa., John ., Savau h, Ga.
Raod A Bourt Co. The, Jacksonvill, Fl.
Brigga, W. H, Hardware Co., Valdota, Ga.
ra Hardware Co. Tampa, FL
We J o J. Savannah. Ga.
Oaig & Bro*d. A., Jekacr.arsvle fi.
Standard Clothing Co. laresonavle. Ms.
Aragou The, Jaeksomnv:e Fa.
Fifth Avenue Hotel, NM.* York, N. Y.
Telford Hotel White Springs, Fla.
Merriil- vem Co., Jacksonville, rFn
Sehosld''s Bo= Co, J. 8., Maeo, Ga.
Florida Life Isuranee Co., Jacksville,
COy A MeCall Jadsoavlle, l1.
R. J. Riles Co., Jeksonv Fla.
Ureeaeaf A Crosby Co, Jaekaeoavfl, Fla.
aem Slger, Jakswvill, Fa.
Blm & Co., Chas., Jaeksonvile, Fla.
Altmayer A Flatan Liqo Co., Maeon, Gs.
Joseph Zapf & Co. Jacksonville, Fl.
Speneer Medicaie Ok, Chattanooga, Tm.
MACHI R WORSE.
Sehbesld'o Sowm O. J. 8., Mace. OG
Lombard Irea Works. Augusrt, Ga.
MATERIALS FOR TuRP-L .uM FP -
Sea s so= a., J. a, Mason, as.
Oatitental Mfg. Co., Birmingham, Ale.
The only line of medicine made a-
elusively for eom-n'-ser-
Mcrilan area Co, Jackasavil, nvaw-
na and MeMa.
Baker, M. A, Brunswick, Ga., and Peng
Schoeld's Sons Co., J. 8., Maeon, Oa
Tampa Hardware Co., Tampa, Fl.
Wela & Co, J. D., Savannah Ga.
Malby Machinery Co., Jaekomille, Fla.
Briggs Hrdware Co., Valdoeta, Ga.
Tampa Monumental Works, Tampa, Fl,
MULES AND HOaRSES
W. A. Cook, Tamhp. Fa.
JAVAL TO" ES.
American Naval Stors, Co., Home Ofce
Peninsular Naval Stores Co, TUapa, pia-
Barnes & JeDup Co, Jaekoville, F
ConsolHated Naval Stoe Co., Jackso-
Union Naval Stores Co., Mobile. Ala.
Went-Flyna-Harris Co., Jacksonville, F.
Williams Co.. J. P., Savannah, Ga.
Young Co.. John R., fevaunah. Ga.
Southern States Naval Stares 0., BSan-
Bond A Bomr C. Jaeksonmvl, FIl.
Tampa Hardware Co., Tampa, F.
oons & Gnlder, Jacksonville, Fa.
Merrill-Stevens Co, Jacksonville Fla.
Schofeld's Sons Co., J. 8., Maen, Ga.
Atlantti Coast Line.
Henry Sundheimer & Co, Savamnh, G
Brobto,. Fendi & Co., Jadsrelavl FhI.
Coyminm Col I Ji
JewlSe g a11 010b"
Clyd r~-l GeC The, Ne
Dhavis S0o6 CL 1,I
PoAdmr i'sno 101 I. 20-Mlc
Baker, ., X- s w, A., 10Os.
XdU~rr- 2"&M ftv
Davis M64 g bf,
mvbi &e, Se. O U., vocaum
Counril Teall J~dvqb.
CpeAVA" Toni Ve-
Sl5@to$5 pO aerl
TOO OI 00
nati and a
...... 4 Via-1-~
O ft1 r1 len X IM s
outli a" *W .
Prieon a plia"IcUi
so fmad M wow 3.0
Pipe, allers- a"
22 W. A&=n SNrO
Frank 0. MIlr
"wit mu -M"7
Lnw Klonan WbII" D
HAT AND GRAIN. MED
Sase A G.. Wa. A., Jadmsrwil Fi. Bears & C. Wi. A., Jabwi.e, m
Si. sa-The T u of
is !w wa Am& fe the Taips of
lro that It hard to readi
B a i oa t- mmp ce. The. .r.He
i -na war slain the support they
imi frnr the et y da the surrnd-
S0m try, which mae it profitable for
M to ma hbi rovemets in their
- bmea es p to help other b-
ib to a am foothold South Floridas
- a-is l maglea. Tampa has -o
eal wm m npy than any dety aof itse
h daith and, whet is more, the pree-
tL h'e-llI ON the aisrm growth of
Jl tb ptw, gpt t Itnd-the tkin
i1.lim atis it is atere g to note
fdansu mass by verios.. kinds of
w a and the following mlc-
so "e la ol ma W id o aims am
: Joi nmam estaury.
1Ih W'ws pa Of Ae art ae the
p~ento and statotry whih arn it -
S u tem taliy by the TIpam
a ma that these people have had
iefr hporpetalea in phainomel s,
eow as a vinsbe reputatism by
gls essagemes of their work and
Soas ak e w demean d fom Dme end of
to s ethe o They have been t
ii Years and B ga that time
r pt up wrabla inoa maris'a
lno, w making ti priae fro the
IAM- qW -alh to # JM M and 0 ,-
m1 (tay. Sorting too rasr and
Sba memN in their otte and the
IIJ dringa their ove yoar of bod-
,# th work the put up. Merw.
& m rw, the proprlte, ae tbhr-
be g" Mis and gnsla genateim
S~t p)am simty eof the tr a
'tb1a11s 1.1 a T j as ths e quality
l akWork iM- hM m to hols .
0e Saw Soaom in O st Nae.d
Sa Swe the Tampa imes mwys:
MbWh at i boid elief l an inlls
i of Tsampe progress dart the
& cw years is the Tampa Drug Co-
ow4 e*"A wthebeal drag esmern
o|r 0t100h I Boath Floria. Tihe
is I gd indeWd to mtte that this
i thes whelame drug L.h.ee
hvyet aing a brlW eater, is
Cwith aatinfaetry an unpres-
aSm Was grarisd in Ward of the
ON year, Oad to merely mentles the
ow of t f dkers and 4eitoer is a
mPiste to. firidinae gpowrsiy of its
Imat not ftwe eight -owerta. The
-Li i eapitnsed at 100,00. The
ma as f- llowe:
17 BgHeagr.1, p .Mdt; W. a
r1 fast vim-waddet; J. A. M. Ora-
t e vd ier-eamdet; 1. Berner, Me-
i nt ad mnams. The esemany esau
Ihs-n a- IMr or more paour mean-
iR h Anyagrm, tweaurer. L W.
NN,. L J. Cbeper, W. 0. Ae. sad .
0e ftru, sllUhoih mly omtnihu sIee
M1 Mawb, is thse travel a leemew
i *r rew, tes oleumn ae r South
MAu Ofebh ug the seaboard, ad
ipM S tOaCalsntle at Lie, 0a
3reyv West, e rtcovi every
M AI _As an evides
pa in whihb he b miae s hsot show
a iereae that has not beea grater tha
the oaer and toekholdms -rst aati-
patd. This b due to a great exteat to
Mr. BUger' ale and faithful =a&age-
"Pr years the drnggit of South llor-
have ee forced to purmae their uppbse
from whaokel isras o t other and distant
States. Uslag the need of a wlhoeasl
drug iarin SeRth Florida, the above mi-
tiomed pruraaive and asbstantdal bd-
nmee orgzised and located the Tam.
pa Drng Cm ipany n this ely-th gate-
way of Soth Florida. That the Tampa
Drug Cmpany warrants the patronage
Sooth Floridiam in beaig demotrated
daily in a mat emphatic mema .
The Tamp Drug Company is tempo-
warily aejylag eapaleda stores on Frank-
on street, between WasMhitos and Jack.
son teta. They have had ploa draw
for a neiw buDdieg to be on the eonrer of
Ashley and Madison streets, whih bul.d
ing will be aruhed to completion to aeeom-
modate their rapidly aareasing trade."
A Minaser Cellege of Sete.
The Tamps Busaess College was eotab-
tbhed in 10M and claims to be the oldest
in the Sfate. It oeupies a spacious bold-
ing on Frankli street in the heart of the
bumsinesa ietion and has Asely equipped
departments of book-keeping, shorthand
ad pemmaBship with a capacity for So
Prf. Battr gtive spedal ttMntM to
*is* cospm Xailbh braehes to prepare
students fo work in the three speeal
course and to _ewMwmml the large
number of yoamg people ontiually apply-
'ug for Obholanrhlb and to supply the bau
ineesa of Tamp and urrounding ean-
try with competent men and women when-
ver they a seeded, It i s memary to
keep the Copege open all the year rond,
admittig students at any time.
This eollee has many advantage oer
like Ithtittas in the State, not the
leat of them being the advantages of
home lie which the students ean enjoy
by boarding with private families i' Tam-
a at the esMedingly low rate of $11j
a month, while the tuition at the college
is as low as that at say bigh das IwU-
tution of ts kind.
To mee the rapidly increasing demad
for their students, they have been mali-
tatur a brach in Live Oak, which is in
ebarge of a competent eorp of instruetar
ad under the superviaon of Pro. Hat-
ine mes and Male
The -m at W. Cook'a sale stables
is- a v was rmifder (fnirom a hemmm
: om.-im on- pop )
~ AV InT(P~ O-~~n
WITHOUT tE sIJEUiMiTiW
SUCCESSFUL CONtIUW. \
We Isst Ups Our "I"aut 1 u8.3
ship n Ihsrldas urwmia Iure kmeu's
E. E CLAVELA[ND IURnITum -a
emst rwomwet Sto Ir hjsmae#&.
IStandard Clothhug c r
I One Price
FASHIONABLE CLOTHIERS AND
17 i ip Weat DRY MSetS
eteem sad Hlawn Eo:6. Mpe'4l AaUIlla Swulrn IO '
The best and iiWmaeq
aon the inwkt. moriwn
Greater Capealty, iw
dipped me eadllg pe
on m.rt, atrom a4
tically lndestrugUi. ll
not at. Fir t- w*--
prie list writo
Necw 09189 4111
M. A. BAKERmacWWm"r
BAKR IMPROVED SEAMLESS TURP(WMW UJLA
Wie"se mAw! %We. 0.3 !=:@y ines Ae surpeftbeib,.
SOL baner a ume tmoo.
JOB WORK THROVGNT TUE COUNT rYPKON PTLVY
The Largest and Oldest Copper Wik It
my spelalty i Isege ws rs sid holow-
PawSAcLA rL& U
This Eas Chipper Saves time ad d
Chip escapes easier on account of hollow back.
Cuts a shade streak easier as hollow back allows back to
to be closed more
Gum flows easier as there is less steel to drag over the
I Operator's Tool Company, Green Cove Spris Fl
m o m& ^ -- -e- a
in... 1- th n astr ote
u; J for .eaJpidage sr t
i iWa idh thdeere an sh-
Wmo --e11I did net pss upon
qbI ith geant in his d1e8m1in
0lo nthes quote of the ourts
foras sS We t
i e. irr.t e.M.at
p oM 49dscm of JUoe Barec-*
mse Awl. In 130 4Omgreas eaft-
%hM s a m aite to again be
p.. -Mdl it alsr and pre-
(Lo, eate a- A daring the
SSe o et riea mitht be
im tats did 1i,4 take pogana-
-u nt Jh u ulm18 1t o ans
aF-i- %W-btr of the act
aOf Ut In hisA0s .r whic
-o 1jASh, v court,Judwge
a -lai VAeN the ae1 of 1880 diret-
Shis urt to pass upon the
as d m= S af er the time
S-i a* tUOaty, but prior to the
transferred the mover-
: C-- *h( odety
Orheessfus to secure the
s" boeo January, 1818i the
amAi AWUY made until Marh.
I the S being
u-. a ermar t laws prior to
mi n i d armadan of grents
I hie terms of te treaty noe
p S IsW us..o thae st of 1uS the
elrlose. 'I 8ae m ome o and the
.J emit Isa a1 in the United
(tl 6Ist Court for the Northern
Wae the #Adttin of the suit
Ma aW Sestland me over
1.Uned- jedgin.rt aint.st the
of the estate of John
WbM94fel edMs. As seon as the
W3as in!6 i the C l in the
MW Oamly b pheenting it
a the judgment creditor,
m 4eayed uSntil they
state ernt ase wherein
IA ti"t the judgment
& State Supreme C~urt,
ebsped. In the *ea-
in the led ease a
T hem in
_Wa Ie i
w. as I.1s 1e& emt-IB
hii O ies of as JIhes 111
-et *as f s hore s$ PWs
_ tat te debt behd m
aid In hi invest tions in that sut
Cal Deohst had made memorand of the
pledings in the laud suit. After the A
that dmtrydy the records in the Uniti
States Ourt. he had the data, but ot suf-
Ierst to etore the lst records. In the
meantime, though CoL Dewhurst had
fed that the coLunel who had obtained
the SLa3P l judgment had made com-
plate eai of ast tmh record in the land
suit, ad had the ame in his possessio*
estere the 3ecor1s0
Then the point was to get these cope
He snasy sueoeeded in getting thee eop-
tie, and the widkw of Edward Janin, the
fomer counsel in the land suit, produced
the data kpt by her husband. The court
beame ateide that the copies presented
were gemine eopies and in 16 an order
wax mde by the court restoring the ree.
ors ia the lng suspended eae.
Thea the real contention began. The
Oovernso t .made every objection possible
ad contest vigorously every point poe-
sibl. Special assistants from the ok-e
o( the Attorney Geera were associated
with the Uited States attorney for the
distrt and it ha been a hard fought eae
down t the Anal decree. The suit hs
been planing for suc a length of time
that many of the original parties have
paied away forever. It has, however,
been revived in the ame of the leal rep-
reeattivem of those who died, against the
continued objection of the Government
almt to t Frn t
Afttr the Hon. W. A. Blount of Pen -
cola, as of the most brilliant attorays
and munellor at law in the state, was
associate with Col Dewhurst, and the
matter mys that the assistane of Mr.
Blomnt was invaluable to him in the eat.
The Government contested the eonfrma-
tion e the ground that Judge Brecken-
ride's d~ision, made in 1830, was in
Coa el for complainants finally produced
testimony to ahow that the Government
had discovered the original great made by
the Captain General of Cuba in 1818 and
produced this oriial grant in evidee
in the ase.
The Original Decaent.
When the original grant was produced
it appeared that although made in March,
181, it had been altered to purport to
January 1 1818. The Government's coun--
sel eoatended that the alteration nullied
the grant. Mers. Dewhurst and Blount
preoded authorities to the contrary and
they secured their decree from Judge
Loea on December 5, 1904.
'm.e relatives of the two traders be-
ga springing ip on every hand, aad the
Cer of the court was wooded with re-
pls far eseies of the decrees and evidence
asked t eaIme of 8o-ad-So, hair of
M* or *a e r Of th traders.
Is tih mn.m theo United States ap-
ped, ma the d e found it way for
Notice is hereby given that on, to-wit,
the ath day of February, A. D. 19671 I
shall apply to the County Judge of Duval
County, Florida, for my al disdmhau as
ad.distratr~i of the estate of James .
Coghian, cesasaed, and ask-thatg my al
accounts he amuited and allyoed
Jacksoavlle, Florid, this th day of
ALICE V. OGILAM ,
Adminehdsrtrix of the Estate f James .
NOTICE Or iWAMOQ-J y L NUwr-
Notice is hereby given that the annual
meeting of the shareholders of the At-
lantle National Bank of Jaeksonvfle will
be held at the olfes of said bank, in the
city of Jaksonville at 12:00 o'clock noon,
on the 1fth day of February, 197, bdg
th second Tuesday in said month, for ti
purpose of electing Board of Directors
and trasacting suck other business as may
properly ome before the meeting.
THOB P. DENHAM,
RMUtT A UMWIRY.
Winh No aSS P1t pi i i~;
thanrr -F~r to ~
Our a ns a b -
we vibew Up. W, 6
bes ant lt help yin h
a" ghI*es b*
prices wkbh SeNOW ye
computing sa" maim -
- smu rW
J. A. Craig Q1 5wo;
a" W. 31IL Strmi EVK3NVM SLOCK.
Leaders in Menp &n4 bare 57'we Cleh1--
lug and Up-to-Dat. Fumnishiap..
Agents for Dunlap and Stetson Hate; largest stok Ih inCithty.
----- -------r r- p:a m ya4ms'k~
Tampa Hardware .o.
Turpentine. Mill and rhoopha Sutpuee
WOTssW uNeaUuMIUsaWK aeesieiiai1uuuiii ma'uuuhu'zur
e-- L---- -
ti~~ONSUTIN "Dm~g SUE W !UEI. aui
up" at4 Bom nof lo gmm
~ R OL A ND WtOODWP rL~a
OonSWPTUnO AND QWI.a
bern 6buG .1~ ~.
-- mmr Dru Mf C'n0>
WHOLESALE DRUG0IS S AND .NVFAC RlrS or
,Mvmwwo Exwbacts. Pinched Dmrua 5 5 WItying. Vilnear Dud PyMSW fPopular Mr
Wa Lbwwsd erw=l'E in brog and MNedial.. On*. Wrbo be pr Ime
i sum .a tho st Suprme Uon
; wt b*4 -Iwe Jude Laek, bod-
eat~r tl*h o o VIMr W hf irt pas-
ilrge th valiity e title ad mm-
d ik pma eir lly a-d that the
l d. n, a im,. bef de deia Them-
Vft they rawe Judge Lkeek and or-i
the p1tithi el0 the -*-p* -.a
do "e- h with the mandate of the
M Ou-rt. J I- laek sMde his
W as f t heo am dmh- te p*-
11 athe eam is new idd feevar.
g u a a*sum at d toOWL
gas isiu "m a at a mt for
Ms larr ante d e l e arget wph
at Ml. fer thi smmd jury ,.
'd J. I. Bemby an C. B. XMesl,
ia adtaby uaer the poema Istat-
bee h ni awad, sm tLrue iet ad em'-
go te -mi Jorws wan di.-
:*l *an t bmbs me th or-
i iThat t per Ya he paod aul the
aiewm es given thbe ert t to
-f't u ad t0s y h" to gVand jury
a" IN J imChrlesre W. RoswllNOW
~a--l---aed aII te twaty- tree itf-
em.l na me p matters coti8n,
Sat. wh.tow the next attempt at a a
-i-a etm iltl e he the aoutherm die-
|t trda wE be -ae,
; tW arMe a eI ad etrie.d dictrt
L-ai 1 Mr. J. L. yara, the indictment
F" wr aGger. the bMietawt
eat (lyte., the Imictment
!Whi 1P. ar aid the great anaber
"ere later is the trm.
4ioimi -UniteW btater Attorey OGe-
- aem. t. sti e t ... fros the eity
j- eeirngJ to the beat Iformatiom t
i s4 toa WatMwea, confering on mat-
w"t the dgpartlnt e j-uteAe and
ue o he authaty.
bist Atterney Jon M. Cheamey is
e ahMt from the ctty, there beating o
putlal are haer to demeatd im at-
a-gltaat vThted Statea Attorney B. P.
,bhd Ii on bhad, maia aso eNodal Oouw-
. 9 app- Raome of meaaeels, but me
- pmp tril areo.rned they
Conmret for Dbhrmammt of the niim
Waashintom, Feb. 11-Ofcals of the
Jame.tow xapoeition today led with
Peeretary Saw a contract providing for
the disaremt of the *lAm=MX osu
by the g nmenat to the expoA so.m
Under the et passed by Congress the
lo is to he aemured by the receipts ao
the eqpoitio at the gates and for am-
emaLion. The at requires that the expo-
aitios oefele execute a contract with the
mroetary Of the treasury binding the eom-
pany to the term of the law. Alva Mar-
ti, art vice-preidat; T. J. Wool, gem-
eal en eld; O. Brooks Jobnao, chair-
m of the board of governors, and Barton
Meyera, g raor of way and means of
the expositiam, called at the treasury de-
partment today mad executed the contract
req.irei by law.
a0r1tary Shaw accepted the contract
and the appropriation of $1,00l0, for the
coestrioUtn and completion and opening
of the exposition will be made immedi-
ately available. The money is to be din-
d by tho e exposition offial under
the perviaoet an official of the treas-
ury department. To aupervise the die-
Imramit do the fnd secretary Shaw
has designated Frederick Groaup d
Charetoa, W. Va.
The expenditure of the money will begql
as soo as Mr. Groecup can reach Norfolk
whth M to be his headquarters during
ANY BUSIN5U4 oorrespoadeace solicited;
referee the beat. Fred K. Ranki,
Jaekedville, Fla. Ing distance phow
277. P. 0. Box 572.
XonT3 OW AIJ"CATION fo 31&
NotUe is hereby ggive, is perma ee at
law, that the uamideigned as Administra-
tar at the estate of Jo.epihe C. SLB.-
maeber wil make return of ble fual ae-
eounts *a- apply for a alI settlement and
diseharge a soeh administrator to HOn. H.
B. Phlaps, Conty Judpge of Dual county,
Florids, a* Meoday, June 3d, A. D. 19W.
JAMES M SCHUMACHU,
As Adamiadtrator Etate of Joey
C. &. "slaw.
~ Dr~ ck and Building Material.
*600.s ftrtblami Cg. Pgr Part& N wa
~I~~~oIIL UiMaSs. nnr 31ok or MlY, wir w to
f~ff~3.Jr.. J&Ckuonv~ile. Fml.
Barnes & Jessup C
Navsl Stores Factors and Cei
Q. IR. Uses.., Preuldan. i. C. "UsEt. VissA
5.Wel-o. Bowed&r" ed ?rrsaus.. -
S aramrous C. 3. &as" J. a Uwsi-lb
J. i.. lift=r. E. C. L"n, W. M CK. ae. 5.
Sumsan. 0. W. Twe.7M.
BEST T AN4T
( ON EARTH
J P. W~aAZZMIN lseL
-~~~ E.-ye uein
J. P. WILLIAMS CO-
-a ei~ L~ra fle UVIlrdu. eam
Newar Smom ~tMucersla~ am I*0
~4444i ssiis mml isee u~iuiii~gt
W. J. LIKIUL.
Union Naval Stores
MOILE. ALA. PAca. LAw. MA W*9
NAVAL SCORES FACTOR
.......... Irrzm U........ , "
Supplies for 4Turpentie ,
Cam ger at 9 n a Rm or smbar 0 awMe
"au, Anama ad s--Kreril da esee m
Prisclpal Office: AIOJ8 l4i
J. W. ifurr
*-JpM -rliiiri U e in-r4
as in ahedme gr4
a sb de B it e aested ina the
IarII. This ianany iatad am
se "lb*h a 1M em the liVes
BM-l" thin atats.
Irene-as a pat deal to Florida, as
ra" BPaid tHal the company wiu
il the satis adr assist in a
IWIom. par year past the aist-
FmiuW av bea drainin ln da
$f-MIto iaheklng thia drain
thread a ed mebarmt 5.
S 1-0* 01i00t" tsY, for the
awsi IMBa 01 the- thends Lift
aso t- nI h e hem SlY aaLkteM
406i M a-dos the sar.
QVltl theo b amu bow waie eM-
1=0 t a araft to ar soubs
a s d fe e that e q ert-1.
4 4i66 sioedda tht se hir Jd
pb~q! theman leak roe h andred
|.- T A the u had F Ki-n
a in i0a ala thae staei sF ora
ah R preserves she rend.
W-Bap Iamded bearh of the ca
M iiw aenmt tMein te est t-M
0 AD* Ady- 36b6, aind woa
Meowiy wls be sgessaed thi
A* de ak drivewMa a e
-st -hop that 0 aree edays
with hisrdi a
**- WUCA!S 'Cm*LET-
0,11 gaven that the under
Vow to fte en.oralMe N. B
nemaf he. tae.. of Fboridp,
sr ie- pam se.rpomat-
the -m i
(. L aL r on IU
i e_.t ila
e m es for the per-
er a ao t r sad r the
has o j or nd adert
the tal carter
The'i of tie bon hall be
TUB aaVsaaa=s =aLTY CUMPAMI,
and itr balesid shall be conducted ib th
tae as Flriad ieal other States of the
United States f Amoca and in foreign
oatriM whnver ne ary or expedient
The rinipar offi of the aid oemp a
shall he located I the city of Jaca-
vile, Bate ef Florida.
TelsoMral nature of the uoiness to be
trsaed by aid Company shall be To
own, bey and sell, mortgage and toey,
le let and sub-let, operate and dal
in li and real estate, houses, of
bild factories warehouse, phosphate
.at .ota di laspm, turpentine and
at of r r oa and sel as owners adr as
factors, iroer* or commission mrhanrt,
all ed, warms, and articles of moerhan-
dise, and to cad ct the busine of maim g
and mtrketing ores ant phosphate tmier-
rlive stock, atn en e in farmig; to bay,
ml, ase a opMerat veaeis treamwayn
.aiwy rte t engies, cam and
eall ki a o trasporrtatio for the pur-
poe of tranporting ita property or prod-
uats, but a to ase the said tmm of
pormtation for the purpose of doing
.the usi f a common carrier; to ad-
vaW'aeay and loan -upon socurity ai
dil palm to at a a t to eorpora-
tios a y ah guarantee board ibemas
A" i-aj llepoe of Imoe, and to hoi
the abom to h at ad w to enorce mhe
ai easih and disburse tha income at
the di hraa of the Board of Directora;
to to ver amoey, iaao botds, notee, or
therh ahMatL o m, aid to secure the te
by orta, deeds, pledge or any other
kd ty el 6trueat; to make contracts
of amy kind what over for the furtheran
of to hm s- atn to exerMie aUl the
powr their .a4 to make much by-law
n far athal tphereo a may be aneen-
Mary r .rvraatagmes; and generally th
anadrt ed pm ay may b e nie-
e a oary efao the purpose of
have, serd and enjoy all the rights
power d ar leg Inideht to corpora-
tiou gapniad ad exitin under arnd by
rt oft e of th e State of Florida.
The amut of capital atoe of rid ear-
poratwo hu he Fifty Thomind Dollar
tohe *divadri to lve hundred share of
the par value of One Hundred Dollars eeh.
Payment of the aid capital stock -7 be
in. h, lands, stoek, contracts, securities,
bomda or lAr of value equal to the shares
of ato@* o vas in exchange, said aise
to hederied and accepted by vote of
the Bard ofo midetor .The corporation
shall hav a lie upon al the stock of any
rtochor whe ay indebted to the
e oraiM eter for the a unt unpai
on his stock subscription or any other
ind hrdnes with the right to sei alld
dispoe of sak stock or such portion there-
of a may e ssar to pay such in-
dehtdi at either pu lc or private sale,
and upon such notice or terms a the
ard of Diretors ay determine, with
the further right to transfer the stock
atil the full payment of such indebted-
Ten par cent of the capital stock hall
be subseribed and paid In in cash or its
equivalent before said corporation shall be
autborid to transaet any business.
The tem far which this corporation hall
exist wl be fty years, or unless dia-
solk4 by the ration of law.
Te bu of said corporation shall be
conducted by the following officers: A
PrVayt, ie-Pfsident, Seretary and
TreasrtI an a Board of Four Diretors.
The miber of Directors may be changed
from tie to tme by the by-laws, but
'sat at 'n time be lies than four, nor
Eawe tha thteena. The Directors shall
be ah j 0i@d by the stockholders
an4 _- to a be deected by the Board
of nirlM fw" a-M trEfr owe Bur-
WtI. an ,M ocf )ssD ab i -han
power to authored thm al oft th e mr
pertntM to be aded to aB itstramtm.
The ammml m ting of the staee lders
hB i be held on the eeond Tuesday aIn
March of eae year unle hanged by the
by-ws. The first annual meeting shall
be on the twelfth day of March, A. D. 1907,
for the purpose of eleting offmw and
adopting by-laws and completing the or-
ganiatloa of this company. The by-laws
ca only be adopted or amended by vote
of the majority of the outstanding stock,
voting in pern or by proxy. Until the
oflcear elected at the nt ual meeting
are qualified, the bumness of thi corpora-
ton shall be conaduted by the following-
W. M. Stison, President.
C. M. Sanduky, Vice-Presient.
Frak Wood, Secretary.
C. Fuller, Treasurer.
And the same a director
Ti ahest. amount of indebtedess or
liability to which this eorporatio may
be at any time subject *hall be the amount
of te capital stok authorized.
The sames and residences of the aub-
seribera e e follows:
Frank L Wee sta4 ms
sha. res. .t A m, -
F M. ualer, 6L laghe lb,
C. I RNOM".IXk(,(
c. M adinsst'n (aaB
FRANK I. WOD, (
State of Floria, OCety af Oal,
Before me, a ntary l iA sn .
the State of Florida t latg be,
appeared W. M. 8tfei, .
Frank E. Wood ad C Tk Twr,*
me well known and known to *4 to
individuals desraia I i at wh A
their names to thi ri
charter, and eadch ea
edged before -e that nhey mad t
same for the purp s t
whereupon it i pena at m
Witnew my barn ud Al at Jaail
vile, State of lrusa, thin Mt 6A -fl
December, A. I1 i
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all other detailed Information, write or
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District Passehnger Agent Atlantic Coast L5J
JACKSONVILLE, ULA.-- -
iPA MONUMENTAL WORKa7 3i
Headstones., Iron Fencing and ItalHn asiuary
NO JOB TOO LARGE. NO JOB TOO SMALL. r
S1ig ACH STREET. TAMA &
Daeetined frees page o)m
of 4JU eantueky. Mr. a ok
i l ereral carrod of horses
NOW 0 they are am beauties, fall
am wan tse poats of a thor-
f aear ena*aw than some of
bloasever Ies seen and it i
Swat theam work. Mr. Cook
sliiat has" aUt demand
m ali ampy in aew ho-rt
I wbi. ftm an .t i
awill bea pr with eta-
a.y ae tL *nd" the fas tat
She the mart omen Mr. W.
e padat of the jasper
tbe e a IWe suack a do-
-c *au et gsarnee*
ma polar botel i
-w mm- a"d thouri
Of Mr. U A. Week the
m. is i the same ena
By. Th Nw ILoto wibh
bck with main astsenes
nseskt awrigs entran con
%* ahmg us he four Mtorie
4 ei eet bsmaseta and will
the a1si style wia a
aYt MuM $et) ..Is an wath
(p f- whe -er am rii
v= be 0e% sa pa w ft
to the bary,o at n t.a
S rse wille to by .1 feet,
itrea go al ed .m.. in
n- reotmda wls hi a polh-
whish base anow being
to ever rooms ad a
Ibut atimfg e will aid it
-ga esmingrtan pl- to "top
eS*d rhopsay i ear pora-
scjl k as "SuM aos
dB p w. Js at, Uw I afer,
manager of then s-w
Nrs.W.d.i A. Pa. uchey, ao
o fr assroet %rs om-
W Pa.' Aker. XrM PBal.
M M nMs. W. Mount
k uClls Mof Thap,a"d Itm.
and k. Nelkm, of Ofalk
It.'X-~ Hinr o Compay.
r whole akl ntoers that have
to make Tampa famous
center aid p-wrfu
i s the Tampa Hardware
m is ranked awa the larg-
werful and progressive in the
during the lve or dz
ban eaged in business in
S-t progressive sm.ageamet ha
pit ^ coutribater to lWmpa'%
maimagemt of thU busiaess
in this iua tf
uspin si..fr s .-
ceaafully handling suh a large and pros-
perous eomer. The secretary of the com-
pany is alo aively connected with the
business ad is a most valued ad pro-
greive eptleman and an a assistant
to the general manager.
The frm handles a faU abhae of the
busben of it line of South Florida, its
traveling me covering the entire Tampa
territory on regular tripe, while the stock
and capital of the company makes it pos-
sible for it to handle ay amount of bus-
The ftm eaies everything In the hard-
ware line tht can be called for and all
orders ae given prompt attention, small
or large. Cservative business methods
ar employed. though not to interfere with
progr ad the company is contantly
eatnding its trade in all directions, win-
ing new trade rapidly by the fair and
just methods sad a attention to a
matter of b-hne.
wa s n mirsatem.
Walter n. Pa, editor of the Worad
Work Magni*e *a formerly editor o the
Atlantie Monthly, in Atlanta, ad the
J3rtitato asays that the unlimited pr-
w aof his ii i to at moving towards
the soath a e stream of capital aad
immi tio i the Northwestern tate
nT scpe o the movement he has in view
is em of thi widert ad its detail the
mot interesting ever conceived in the in-
terst of Soteran industry and agricl-
To thi ane Mr. PaB will work to a-
%re, through a spMal edition of Waorl
Work Oed with dea hte information on
the states of the SBth. He intends in
this way to bring the South more vividly
1bfor the aet of the Union. He says
that hi method of doing thi will be
through a doma or aora illustrated tor-
ie on the farmer, th factories, the river,
the min and the people of this aetio.
The lines of Mr. Page's inetigtion
will be to ameerta the advantages of a
Southern farm aa compared with thoes in
other quarter Ameria; the groin
iaportanes of immigration to the Bouth,
and particular kin of immigrant to be
secured; the re tiaship of cotton as the
South'* standard rop to --..rn-.via*g
interest-t hom ar among the objects of
hi present study.
Of immigratim Mr. rae maid:
rhe best els of immigrants for the
South ae these whi wil come from the
Northwestern states. Bsch people are for
the mot part already aqainted with our
language and largely with American eo-
toms, a fact whih makes better work-
men and readier etiens of them. Im-
migrants from northern Europe, to be
re, ar be t to diourged"
"As mao i th Germas and Swede
of the Northwest learn that there is a
better living in 10 ent cottDn than in $1
wheat they will start southward. What a
h M migration of this ind wil man to
Georgia sad neighboring states is appar-
ent. Its effect will be to open up the hun-
dreds of sawmill which I have heard are
now idle in Georgia from k of labor;
to make mor trade for merchants, more
traffic for railroads and, above all, to make
eery ae a iauds to yid a lage erop."
When the negro question was mention-
ad Mr. Page half way shrugged his shoul-
der ad said with somewhat akin to a
"The leat said about the darkey the
better, don't you think?"
The idea of bringing out a special edl-
tion of the World' Work exploiting the
southern industry ad agriculture was
promoted, says the editor, by the appar-
ent lack of de-ite ifarratirn WhY "
people in the North ad Wet ftw 'o
"They may know what p|Nwi *in -
in the South," he sid, "1Tk f 41aft
realize them. I hope by t glta tv a
a widespread investigation whutL
south offer to investors ant wIabnmi,
inlow of new popymtio., r wt, w t
When we make Claims for our goods we are cot
the facts. We operate the finest open fire copper)
ery in the World. We do our own bottling aamd p
and no expense or labor-is spared to have every dp
Whiskey absolutely pure and of the highest quality.
We guarantee every Order to be perfectly mair"
or return your money.
Four Full Quarts RoeS
"Old Corn"" or " or assoed s 3.M
prepaid. Write for coumplqte P*cA*e-
R. M. Rose Comp
16 West ForvytrStreet, JACKSONrYV ,E,
ASK THE REVENUE FFrrM .-
W. B. HENDRSON. Pres. JiMH &AVAUhii.
W. a. NPim, Vime POr Z. 3UGI. b w4
Wholeasid Manufacturing J
FWu and complete bue of ol fMnds of C Drs.pn,
and Patent Medicciues.
SPECIAL ATTENTION 70T COMMISSARY I7U.
PROMPT ATTENTION TO ALL ORDERS
HEAVY TURPENTINE MULI'u.
AND SADDLE AND DRIVING HORASM
ALWAYS ON HAND. PRICES RIGHT. .
W. A. COOK, Sl"es StabIes,= e""' s. TA-A.
ad rorian Arr "QAP" *
C. C. Bettes,
Florida Mal Order Drug Store. UppUes Everythi a
Ever Kept. Write to
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"mghlteleg5W*ees e-Bes as
St ags palhe adst the a-
*5hM iswm bthe *l
adi t tme T. 0. A.
Jasr vile N., ai s theL
g- 1- a g -
rwe amah is the lhd -
ri the worM.
**g)- age fi e a)w, says=
i -& m Nni, that Mr. F. J. O'Hesa
Sbtte rt ie y
Sarm In he g
tk ts yMleart thet tMo
-Mre J Fs.er-tted, wee Mr.
wbe- is h rA ltles to be taxdl
agld, W thteM r.sem l in the solits
'!Al inthe he peomgge herve
S- PMrtia to what Mr. tlHna
a buaie es wp mit f
to practically we
-t ti a thL of h un being by
:i: w ,1I termed puamge, s a crb e
MW be moft-Mkemo
st"M court reetly ost.
tS Very ev-ed prothav thehat
g tigan411 o" Mem4, so was Ik.
0ly in taise lawUe or attempted fr a
A4-V* e oeanealy tratod employee,
irYb Im of the expens whia they
AnvolafY4 t isa s lest point oa
Mod b vi' to pre*cally make a
aJo their e s Wes hor
y of humanbeingsi by
a paguitgmemo, wi ould ei
-ArM W U. a. low
sa. A. Ford, a prominent eitim aSt
Oain, di in that city on the morning
1't Pbhmaiy 0. Mr. Ford became a rer-
dent of Fiorida in 1884, engaging eten-
sively i orange growing. After the big
freas Mr. Ford was made general mana-
ger of the 8.. G. railway. Later
he became interested in the manufacture
of cigars and was a member and general
manager of the firm of 8antana, Soranda
& company of Marti City, an annex of
Severing n connection with this Arm
e next became interest in the phos-
phate Industry, forming a partnership
with Mr. Edward Hiller, now of Birming-
ham, Ala, and became extremely pros-
perous. They finally sold out their busi-
men to Dutton & Company of Gainesville,
Mr. Ford then established the Central
Bak Oea, which likewise prospered
under his hand. Before establishing thi
bank Mr. Ford nd his latter partner, Mr.
ier, made large investments in a mar-
ble quarry in Sylacauga, Ala., and- n or-
der to give it more of his personal atten-
tio Mr. Ford sold the bank to Messrs.
Munree & Chambliss. He son parted with
his interets in the marble works and at
the time of his death was in no active
Mr. Ford was a member of the city
council and had declined the office of may-
or because he thought he could serve the
eity to better advantage in the capacity
of aldrman, and was elected alderman at
large without opposition. Involved, an
the town was in financial difficulties, Mr.
Ford has cleared the board and placed th3
city spn a sound financial basis, sal for
that service he has made a monument to
his memory that will last as the town
lats, and his many meritorious services
will be eog revered.
Mr. Ford was 57 years of age at the
time of his death. He leaves a wife and
CALL WOR MXUTNG OF THE
STATE BOARD OF TRADE.
To Adwemc Movement for Estabib"hwA t
t A State Department of I-igratit ,
Of such importance to the state is the
establishment of the proposed state de-
partment of immigration, that is being
advocated so strenuously by the immigra-
tion committee of the Jacksonville Board
of Trade that a meeting of the State
Board of Trade has been called to advance
The call for the meeting of the State
Board of Trade, which was recently organ-
ied at Oeala, was issued by 8. A. Raw,
er sident of that hbrwo Th me tin i.
tats aft Jirsde.
I have therefore call- m a elg
beard to onven at Jackaame, Pi
Wednesday, February M, 19l, at
o'clock am., for the purpoe of adva
this movmmet and as it is the demh
our board to have as ay frimed
immigration to meet with us as pose
I would ask that you would have
community represented at that meet
either appoint delegates of call for vy
teers. I trust you will come tan get
era to come, as all who attend will i
vited to participate.
I shall make an effort to acure a
duced rate on the railroads for that
Awaiting your favorable reply, I
yours very truly, A. RAWL
xvmss aDm nHABOMR
Te subject Iterestinly Disec by
-ov -plka -
Hon. M. Sparkman, Congresuman
from th dis trict, is spending a few day
in Jacksonville on a visit to his family.
Colonel Sparkman talks o interesting-
ly and nstructively about the work f the
rivers and harbors committee of the home
of representatives, of which committee he
is tbh senior member. Mr. Sparkman -1ill
return to Washington tomorrow to re-
sume his,congressional duties.
Rvae n" Barife Cemm "
In speaking of the work of the rivers
and harbors committee Mr. Sparkman, in
an interview with a Tribune reporter to-
"A vigorous campaign of education on
the subject bs been in progress lately,
and its greatest activity has bee show
during the past two years. The Blvers
and Harbors Congres at its three mselos
-one in Baltimor, and two in Washing-
ton, did much to awaken the enthuiaswe
support of the people for work a this
kind, and I think the harbors and water-
ways of the country will receive more
liberal treatment hereafter than they have
received in the past. The people giving
inland and not on navogable streams are
beginning to realize that this work is by
no means sectional but is beneficial to all
parts of the country.
"Railroad congestion has given an im-
petus to the popular demand for improved
water ways. The business of the country
is so great that transportation lines can-
not properly meet the demands made on
them. During the last ten years the busi-
neas of the country has increased 110 per
cent, while the capacity of the railroads
for hauling it has increased but $2 per
--- Cause of C'gertL.
to be held in Jacksonville, Wednesday, o ar o
February 20, at 10 a.m., in the auditorium "To ehrge congested eonditios to will-
of the Jacksonville Board of Trade. ful neglect of the roads is to assert that
In making this call President Rawls they do not wish to do the work th I
has seat out letters, of which the follow- were organized to perform. They make i
ing is a copy, to hundreds of leading eiti- their money by handling products They
mes of the state, and it is expected that make more by moving th promptly ad
they will be at the meeting: moving more of them.
"President Hill, one of the most pre-
State Board in Called gressive men in the country, said it woihL
Dear Sir: As president of the State take the expenditure of a billion dollars a
Board of Trade, I have promised to use year for the next five years to put the
w best endeavors to make the movement railroads in condition to do promptly
eeetive in the upbuilding of our state, what they now have to do, and this state.
It ie to me the matter of supreme meat takes nothing in consideration. for
ibaprtsge just now is to use our efforts the increase in population and beslnm,
lMatd twrdshe tabslm hmnt of an "The popular mid is now being tw.a-
,"$I our 4I'dha
ad to Mps on" Of _# pW
me~ of we"lleL A 0 1
---myaI.- by inpM e
ri tvers a"
There am i 0 w anow*
of tbet si ti r* uaCip;
watf degst thw01 e WOWl,
watale &V at do~ljW)~ri~
a'"d clam, al an Jim~3j
feelingowb- that 0
bowmems" of *04t a*-.
smgardy ee any -
that lbralty I hwqms
aoasy i In the l'o
"Doe you t* 40 Oft
called to revise twsoofV
-'An .3t has-- u
mstimet in few ad t#,Ieg0
this&k asele wM he.4m"
puhman laade1r s a ut ML
it, and they wIi the Mow*-
Goo Td flu fa
Why ia fit thai han
having his wateb inroti to Sh
llows a dock in his 'ia his .
variation frhi the ev tid Mi
3 to 6 mjput a say is at4-
It is eso O the a h at
Aing will do for gthe d *
man who doe happam to as eh1
Iouse that keeps ad tfam i -l i1
t that he nve Istl as
irate It pas.
Its the easiest in ta
It a good tim--ke.r. p i -I.
igt phase ft it *ha
want sst**hieg osfvg-a
Jee, selaB an uws-4 WtA'
L J. aLn
001"JM DOLLA. j JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
:xtCiK ~UUJ3 boLLArSr
iw an aU re..e oI u-4i-WWI
l dwanr t Imwin
Timiga-zsem Lum eberps
a 40101601 stlko PAMA has i0
-. el s -lC~ db thegr
;S, ~ oaekm in ava
y~kCo mpany, MA th
UdlCI d0 411007 u91b k I
b~ gad yjsin, ad gin-
10400~ 0" b an andN0 1=bm
Aila,10o hs a ail dae WAblo
7bTamp, "e -w smamy is
hindazeb a "
k~ir@11m6h Tbw Will el
ifts is 04ps ad Now York T w
IN'Tmpa.amildo Lla s tobod
M 04 Imeber buftese di la
""baudin tfri ennen wues ad
W000 41hA sl -jp sam
lis Trn,. sad` ti ~- is o hel
~1b.- heuhe J mss of Uud
lift 0" d Gmm607w7Zfwa"
&MR. for nia 10b00 sad
'an Ps-- f lt me ne ar.
6eMpisto O heas etury (3m-
lb. or wills. vuins at "'J
~WS4L5-Whs erheM Inkirest ia
PmeaUfterim bS.I.. at
~*i IM, aIem A. W. homer,
AWTM-Tw.o betclase woodsmen;
Jim U. 0"M & Ca, &M* Alm.
MR ( hA1T-Frst-da- turpentine 0o-
eatio. Wi eat and cup twenty-five
en n. No fat weeds. Now hve ive crops
yri f rht rops high boxes.
ow I Mrtio. Labor plentiful on
SAh about ox thousand acres tim-
land for sal or leae with above. All
on aihoad, thirty miles from Tallahassee.
Address ," e4aw Industrial RBeord.
WAI ND-To buy small awmill loca-
a, or arnr-- with & turpentine comrn-
pry to sr timber a turned loose. Ad-
a with ful particulars, W. 8. Yar-
wood, ierkea. MY1. tf
WA AR eammiaries to clean up
thdir aherm l a kas ofMed eac and
bata We buy evythftg in the way
aof ei. Write us. American Fibre OC.,
o0n a a--Goed turpentine place for
mab in tGegi, Good healthy location.
ao B I, la a No. 2, Sylvter, Ga. tr
WAMlWTZD--Pii wanted by a prae-
Utm t urt m* a as manager or woods.-
112 w19 t1 year' experiee. I us-
derata sary brane of the business and
ma BUndle laber. I can also give good
irlmei Aldram "Bena," ar of In-
wO SALE-,OO acre. turpentine and
ill timber, n A. C. L., Mario county;
wil eat tweve erop and 7,000000 feet.
12r L. Martin, Ocala, Fla.
Ia M9Y WHN YOU DO.
0t0 BALWE-Mea 0a010g, U15-, 7
Hi oli. Onria al te style and em-
-Me of Mi wa. Abolutely soud.
*I"d te or twrs miss an hor
Sy.- Pm S Addreu J. J.
iN jaedasW, l. 2L
SaT-Day .0a, Ism this. .. .
p k-WeiHbes, l%, mi ad mtator, Marlasr..
wP hyg, Ga.*s Wiae.. This s of ta, Ga. LI
101a01 in th- k word. Has ley, Valosal
lit tes hm ibbas *handy. Qty Mar^ -m
iLb am..eh 4 .. Der ms., put er aS. Mu C
iitu a yea better then :35, and
wb arm as a1 3 in Isu. eL -
*t -4 a the t*rt** m dIe
Bugar.!- a joi the ba ml ca
and idra in the
J1 f.. .a, Jack.
Sby Boyd & Presley, Valds-
pplg Points: Boyd & Pre
a, Ga, and Palatka, Fla.;
Iwan Co. ca, Fla.; SBae
Impany, Pensacola, Fl.
Ly & McCall
10i04110 6. c
A Pointer to the Com Ms4
Man Only. '
Below is a list of our leaders ad we are the only miaal eaus" wa S iA
line exclusively for emanwr-, henc we know what they aI, leu
their wants for ten year, which we nd to be diMfret froe aer m 1i i B
to induce every commissary keeper to give ua their biam r a l a
started with them, we will for one year give a pgriudm wih .~.j J
our medicine, which premiums are such as Ir oa, a Mteir
Scale, Typewriter., Computing On Tanka, Cahmputing um OlUip- sL
bird do that are thoroughbreds and al other tbreds llm lll i '
of dogs nd game cdikens. We give all other asin-- y a -g a
deaks, ales, eta., et.
Cactus Compound retail at .1.0 which is for shermisnk M6
ietie affetions and female diseases. Painolia (vs. Wt) -Bk at -. ll
Uniment sell at GOe. Kller (ife gonorrhosea ad kldaey) m l A"
Kreon, a 2. pll that care oos, chills and HAX the Ier. f f a ig
-CONTINENTAL MANWACTUU I
COMPARATIVE MARKET RWORSI |
Spirits roe slowly and steadily ti e thog Wl a
were handled. The lower grad of roin etateto a
a fairly hlage amount handled.
SPIRIT Or TURPKmTIIm 746 THa WEZ sa AIII At
Pries. Bohm. **pr *s*
Jax . Jax. a. Jax. Asy. J e
8trday ......o70% 70% 374 L r so .
Monday ....... 70% 71 352 1 1710 i
T ueaday ....... 71 0 I8, 14 1
Wednesday .... 71 71 117 100 4E T
Thursday ..... 71 71 111 m 1D
Friday ........71% 71% 9 1 M 3 W Id
MnOn Ro W TM W K Ai3 ue*'Ait SAvaIfc
Saturday. Monday. Tuesday. Wednelany.' Thai y"
Jax. ay. Ja. Sav. J. Jax ay Ja aw. Ja. N
WW ........... 6006.50 6.00.510 .6SS.I 6. s .3 I.
WO .......... 6.260.26 6.25p.25 6.2.235 6.4.- *
N ............ 6..000 .0"0.00 0.64.4 *0 .0 6-.
M ........ .... 5.265.60 6.255.50 6.I0.60 .I.M.
K ............ 6.016.83 5.04w.26 65,2"6.I .i~.
I .......... .... 4.56.60 4.454.50 4.604.60 4.64. 0
H ......... ... 4.44.40 4.454.40 4.454.45 4.454.4
G ............. 4.904.10 4.1A.10 4.164.09 4.C t.'0
F ............. 4.164.10 4.164.10 4 la4.I0 4.51 l
E ............. 4.164.00 4.154.00 4.00.00 4. 4 .
D ............. 4.103.95 4.053.95 3.954.00 4. 4.0
CBA .......... .4.053.95 4.003.96 3.9&4.00 4. .ti.4
REPORT OF OduN MOVEMENT UM33 A ATAi
Saba am9-nw as@ .lpe,
Jax. Ba. Jax. lav. JaI. al,
Saturday ................- .... ... 1,114
Monday ................... 1,134 700 1
Tuesday ....... .. ..... 1,M0 2,000 IW M
Wednesday ............... 1,123 17 77 71 W
Thursday ................. 2,27 770 *,35
Friday ................ 905 1 37 125 l,
"TO OWNERS OF PINE LAUNS
**If you want to utilize your Igsswio
with good profit. wtte us for
We are bujIders of wood tr
pl..t.. manuifacturing a
ticle and guarantee sale of pro
high prices "
HENRY SUNDHEIMER -
---- I ----_L-
PRIN T ERS
With one of the largest and best equipped printing plants in the
South and with a full complement of skilled labor, we are prepared
to execute high class work promptly and at reasonable prices.
No Job too Large or too Small for our Careful Attention
________ 9 .
SM IL L
qW so p `";L
wwww an IWAWAWIN~A6 6 A6Mbr
Are the best,
of imitations or
just as good" kind. If
you want the best or-
der the genuine article
NL Brls Hardware Co.
W M Md Turpentiu $WON"..
mmimw a ao ~-
a A& ftym
Um111 b Y
IL L. ficnox
ILa L wu
T FLYNN& HRES CO.
innhNUAPA$5. mh We.
inA .W U.1WES =*a a Jiebmmak hi
NVAL STORES FACT-ORS.
.insr ~n'S l SYUNAU ohA JvCvUOnV.L3v&
Gtoms Am. D=WJes in H"7. Gn"Jn and Hevy
Baroafe r dw 3M6088" 0110 Trlatfir Amw
AGOM *GJv Il~&a&ftftfWIa V.
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"D Wat a TurMeu ""agom?
Ivog tv" a Samo Lsauti"?
T an- My iolflrida aid?
"hM am amWag.
a" vSotor & Sf
.A vingston & So
WILLIAM A. BOUR
WILUAM A BOURS & C
Seeds, Pudtry SuppHes, Four,
Grts, Meal an Fertiuners.
Mu MOTS: frsl M"-l Nr-t* eb"S o
20 EAT BY ST., JAChru
Walter Mucklow, n -
ftME4 0'" mat" Ise =f t M CM& atzmt. A"-a~a.~: "
T0101000 270 0r. W. a f Lwhs ft1amventp nor
JACf4=SWY I nLL A. YGRES bu ban Samoa" IS 40 o
- the blrg" Sun wh ulsl "=&I
l os opened a nw iaOgYery 0 his m -A
aw& 4.6 'em w* f uk d. h o i
The "atc"y ih "win" via *Sua
-edit L~YI Ys ts. $ -
of rubbersed, h u far t
vuiemalaiu of utmoblm a" bL~v* UrI~ l
ratreed~lw mal a" veslalli 110P,
bUflt wars Ums tk beE mail
Lft SA UW MELt tW f
SSUIIEL MLAAIDCUUEET tary isnow In a pIluIm ft amap"
"D urn=C the airtuim fims aid maw amf N
ftemes "Oem rftuf no as"&&ai '" h Ueek doe fts b*3aw A
LOMBARD WORKS t
AVGVTA. M&W "-- ed-gC ~
NotieIN im ohem hUmk "bS ivnim
by virtie of a eart -f
W N t of th Cbutf ;-
11th Jimfive Us
il.I and Ml orh
LI be ii I pSL b
1 Yram i- to o tC~
heore the dewr fl 1I Omy
the IW4h m; al l
in March ud.S "a.WsulwfI.
194y7, th ou lu mwe~
,05EPH APF a CQ w,,t,* 0."..'" "
JuPa~tyi, Jr llc
ALL. MAK55 Wm. ~
Wrbhnl. Deae-law a" B"UMrs ct T Z A1VtU
StL Lous Lagor Boe erg
tlretes ran a&-,-
UPKSENbM IbiKGRIVOT f tA
Stenderd Electric Compauy
X EVERYTHING ELECTRICAL X
a. w'. sm MrIm.
chranarm no Dewed egrNse
E .. El EC
z inin~Vuua uw
U .-.-ww www-
(Or WEST VIRGINIA)
Se wu- -s t* S. P. Slette4 Compa-y, Patersw Doming CUemi .
Exporters and Delero in All Grades of ROSIN, PURE SPIRITS TVR
TAR, PITCH. ROSIN OIL and all other products of the pine tree.
S EAD OFlIGES: SAVANNAH, GEORGIA.
.0Inu D. W .
H. D. WEnD.
W. D. KRICKO19.
J. D. WEED & CO.,
6 RAILROAD SPIKES,
SBar, Band and Hoop Iron.
S rpentine Tools, Etc.
FLORIDA STATE INSTITUTE
60 RIVRSIDB AVE.,a JACSONVlj FLA.
a.. fr antI t eU. 1 No m MI& ., an. i s. Pufsct Lew n..
a t, ar--i -m Private Santartae The o ly private institutioB of it. kind
1o 0 0eh. Method of tUatment for all forms of the drug habit and alcoholim
--maesd by the Amdled professor a the moat effeetive known. It diers dis-
SlY av ethers. Active treatment terminated in 48 hours or le. An rav-
-04 desire for aleokel or drugs dalimit o d. Practically no time lost from bunines.
'bTPait 4 imlte in from ve to e-v days. At the termination of this period
ta ptisiat is t for work. All medeines .-y-=heitred by the mouth. Neither pain
ar m ft eoperlehed by the patiet. Every privacy oberved. Eeh patient
W WMl0 4l awm es and service. Thereis no co-mingling of cases. Physicia in
-ilmp Writ or eall for detailed informs t. Referees furnished.
THEc COMMERCIAL BAN:-,_
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. 0=rs alN i tAA l
The largest leading State Bank is Jsh.msevlle. t e--p 4o- A
fashioned striely comervatlre mnr s-4 U s*bi* me "0t 1 m-
by the .omptroll.
arldividual sad Saving, AseuiMb *mei.
_JL RomMaor, w. .a
EL L. Plir'.uati , Pro. P. L. BUTHEUMAND. The- PO 01
P. OUNCIL Tr es MA 004W#16
THE COUNCIL TOOL COl,
Soeural Ofim: ;AcurJ5. O A9
Factory: WANNA3M 3L C.
wra-fa l of-Aw .6010 4
ruk -rr JIC+C ~
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nwm ew 1m mSS&
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ldlng user -'s~lh
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(tstmbSlshed Ia 1551.)
OLD WHARP WIIAMS--Pure nPla Ol
.Rya B- Ume allon o .-; four fun quarts
"a; ea.rmt prepal.
GO J. COLEMAN-Pure Pennsylvana
SRye; Rich and Mellow. By the gallon
SU.; tour tfu quarts $3.e6 express prepad.
ANVIL RYB-Pure Substantial Family
Wdhsker. By the gallon .50:; four tul
quarts .A. expre prepaid.
CLIrFORD RTE-By the allon W.5;
tfor tull quarts 1.16. express prepaid.
OLD KENTUCKY CORN-Daect from
gmesm Warehouse; fine and old. By the
galne S.r; tour full quarts 1.1 expes1
OLD POINTER CLUB CORN Rich
ean Melow. 'y the gallon t.59; four full
-quarts express prepaid
pa i leading bran of ye a Bounrbou Whiskies in the market
I i p Yt w per east on your pumras Bend for price Ht and
he amepeu ta
Iyer 4 Frlata Liquor Company
Turpentine l I
As sur apply ad 04"
their o "amse "rw a -
4:-- ' _/
./ .. .
maeb g ah e s ea sotam t Wedaeday oa
pwn the 8pia th, i AWL a -eiwaf about I
SSIt-M tons, was hailed ta ess than an bowr.
S eoetran tuL doek it took over a ho
m=iton feet -of lmber ra d timbers and th
aM* to f r d bott more thaL a llee pounds aof steel. bo
--o* ta M rill- in
Tagg geadsiay mar- A Lar G mMt wl
shisomna, the test bol the Southern Steamship Company, ar- w
l rived i port ystwrday from Philadel-
it11 stak tha ightea phis with solid eargo of oats and sugar fr
lte M*W ma ec yOre ope- for the United Groery Company, W. Fra- of
t mlowgk s fimd It way ato sier Jones, preadet. as
N Ber k maaRy MSmn ed The Dover w t immdiately up to the -
SUnited Grocery' Companys pier, foot of
tli b dLeek aa it liberty street, where she is now dis-
ci wa. Wi at jrt charging her sCrge, which amounts to 500
m- e M--met, the itersat- toan. to]
A M Fot rew weary, but This is que an tem, sad the fact that no
a the meNAs t er hkg dMk. the United Grcery Company is receiving
e Ia esL olid cargoes of good s go goes to show t
as the 'qMI Deal owned that Jacksonville h mss is rapidly grow- c
i mwh, was hauled out ng. of
ads ferepairs. When the Te Dover wil load hmber, roesties, is
i the lar b6a an te dredge naval stores and setto seed oil for the N.
to Sat a t was hauled outward argo for Philadelphia. f
Mek t hau led back The steamship Shawut of the same Ri
Line is due to arrive i port Friday with af
h an set to wark and a cargo of 1,~ 0 tams of general merehan- B
*^ began to rise to die for local parties. Among this cargo
A ~as Me picked up aad is 100 tos of dl ,for the Pure Oil Com-
M# addry. pany, 000 toa of general merchandise
M 3a Ma tr aI k sn t to of e. ar
snd as ts Maery Death f dsater Whibua. Ju
wrtar hu the bull e the Mayo, Feb. 1,--Bao. Albert J. Winb'rn in
state Senator f this the twelfth dis-
triet, died at Uh% one mile south of
a.m age tirely new Mayo, about aoom yesterday after an ill- e
f tMh Uaml a ad though neM of about a week with pneumonia.
Mppet bad witl maa daol Senator Winaa was in Mayo on Mon-
thy wetland yesta- day apparently a well a ever, but on L
S wr before msm a Tuesday afternoon he had a severe child,
and by the netd.morning it developed into ,
asIanl leading eidth e a case of pmeumosas. Although prompt
to w i the teat. and skilfMl medial attention was given
b- he f ve eer al, in- him, he gradually grew wrse until his
r- bei est saMd asi top 4eath. He had not been in the best of
S health for some years, being rather
0 00 p-k a faal isa of the weakly coutituteLd.
lhs, Cl yde Ma steamer Senator Wibnwn was about 45 years
& WS feet le over aB bnradth old, a native of IaFayette county, and
anm r d easy be so peron i the county was better or
K de- ki although her more favorably known. He has held the
P eeet p= Omral fet, but the office of county treasurer of the county _
h-d ldek e suld eay hbld the years ago, and at the primary elections
last year was anminated for state Sena-
git W Mi reio tor for the Twelfth district, composed of
i lewt was started Ia IM this and Taylor eontiea.
Io h n large amwrt of work Mr. Wilbrn i survived by his wife and
lM a s biaaiy a4 hand four children, besides numerous relatives
to pay sab attention and friends and aequalitances.
Stim. The funeral will occur today at 2:30
It ambe ital ai tlhe ath dde n.m. at the old family burial ground at
'iw, Mia Man h IT, 1IM de Maypop, about twelve miles from here.
ll a ia tsh prmes of several He was a member of Bradford Lodge
1a 0 was kept Oe the No. 130, F. and A. M, and his body wll
n t I r ml a few minoth be interred with Masonie honors by that
t* of ew thevw athe public lodge.
o- me, esmmetl very few The death of Senator Wilburn will leave
j a Maa of the ase ad, ea- a vaeaney in the oiee of Senator from
a fm dek. The BaMIselt has a this district. The Governor has been so
p e2 4A team, ad an easily haul notified, and it is probable that a spedal
F atiAt pm la e tksa or sek- election will be eaed.
i i has the distmetion of be- Meae 9y Ward Line.
Sasamr-al k of asilar New York, Feb. 1-Heary P. Booth,
* t. United Stastem south of president of the Ward lne of steamers,
a, # -t l- a I a r -Oe received today a check for $B,000oM, rep-
stel a i sItd greeting part payment for the stock of
jMpa.s the the New York and Cuba Mabl Steamship
by an e*sls.a Company, the aorprate name of the Ward
B Mlop. 1oh paylat mea that the ans
4,- ot bas praetsieSay passed to C. W. Moan
a of tha total 9 shara chaged
Mr. Morse's offer is made to all stock-
Iders of the Ward line. It was stated
at the vendors will receive in the neigh-
rhood of $7,000,00 eash and $10,000,00
bonds of the proposed new company,
which will have a capital stock of $20,-
0,000. The price paid for the Ward line
Mr. Booth, the president, will continue
a director of the new corporation. Al-
ed G. Smith, the secretary and treasurer
the present company, will also continue
a director in the company to be form-
by Mr. Morse.
Coast Line Change.
Savannah, Feb. 9.-Effetive at midnight
night the following changes are an-
unced on the Atlantic Coast Line:
Morton Riddle, general superintendent
the second division at Savannah, sue-
eds H. A. Ford, general superintendent
the third division at Jacksonville. Ford
assigned to othef duties at Wilmington,
C. J. N. Brand, now superintendent of
transportation at Savannah, succeeds
ddle. E. R. Wooten, now superintendent
the Richmond division, succeeds Mr.
Wolfe Gets Appeatment.
Tallahassee, Feb. 14- Governor Brow-
d has appointed J. Emmet Wolfe to sne-
ed Judge Francis B. Carter of the First
dicial Circui, whose resignation goes
to effect tomorrow,
No one has as yet been named to sue-
ed Mr. Wolfe as the Governor's private
Dyal-VoonUi ftU -
WM. D. JON(#
107 5. BAT Y T.
P -E C ~
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The firs to Owt a
Will e t9e fklma
ler 1111 Inforwled Vows
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Madison Square, New York,
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The moat famous representative h
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DIAMONDS AND WATCII f
We as my ask a can. We can se ye, at cmer -a mOM
avirng prices. may papet of lae par r we
DIAMONDS. It Is er desire t caMtlde be* ift ft ANl
Diamuod dealers i Jacahseavse, amd r specialty La Ame a.
cW gems and Algt-grade Waltham aad C4lg WatCeLm
&$1-1 IbbsIt sts. Iss
Boilermaking and Repairing
Still Boilers and PumpB I
SHIP BUILDING asd REPAUIM -. ]
SWJACO CUME LvM. .A
R. Young Co JACKSONL
Commission ... gi rnir oa.
Merchants. :I m M AwA
laM Stores actors. Wblesale Grocers.
Saymara Brunawich. Ga
Im I -.-..v.. aiL wr S :
aai. Ay. . .~NTOr. ato Vb* nlr L W. b. M.
C#. a. qw.d Gaid G. 2. LA. Cm,.
C .M IL m, ut CuAL uMM.OLr. M Vis Pe. T. G. Cnreah
A&o. 4" G. A. PETIWAY. M W P-e s l
PEJNINSULAR NAVAL STORES CO.
and Wholesale Grocers
J aon.lf SoAd Tm., Florlda.
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GOOD WORK AND PROMPT DELIVERIES PROMISED.
A.L IL CIuLse am.a n as.KU. .aND. Males, Ga.
L T. MEMTOaSR. savlmm.b, O
unf States Nval Stores Co.
Seetoirs and Coimmission Merchants
o Savannah Gt Competition Hibgest Prices Promptest Returns
Corrspond Wieh UV
lf by Ma chinery Company
Sof Jacksonville, Fla.
Mars. I"bia EOIM d lI"R
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hIPol l l a Sapcidy.
Wrho tw 119eu11 Lr"awd Cat
22 oeman Street.
E FLORIDA NATIONAL BANK.
46 on Savings Deposits
Pv11iuss. .4. F. PuuY, Vies-Preiient.
IPW40sdi,. W. A RUMWG, Clashir.
0L J. Avemitk ha. OChi
Eli im:umsa asaases.esu.u...uau
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NEW YORK, CHARLESTON AND FLOWDA U
The assnilest *tesmarh of tbi am mre apptam ts fte IkM, N
charles, & be wLa..
Fre M ew Yerk, -js
(Pier 6 orth River.) STEAME.
Wednday, Jan. at :00 p..... HURON ... .Memday, Jr LMt
Friday, Jan. 2, at 3:00 pm ..... APACHE .....Wededay Jama.li,1
Saturday, Jan. 26, at 3:00 pm.... IROQUOIS ....Friday, 7o ltW
Tuesday, Jan.23,at3:00pP... *ARAPAHOB ...8muday, ,6. g&at i
Wednesday, Jan. 30, at 3:00 pm.. ALGONQUIN ... Mday, hk 4,ia"
Friday, Feb. 1,at 3:00pm... COMANCHE ....Wedaesday, 7. ., ,at4
Saturday, Feb. 2, at3:00pm .... HURON T ......Thiusday, IA .a
Tuesday, Feb. 5,at3:00pm..... APACHE .....Bunday, f ,o60
Wednesday, Feb. 6,at3:00pm.... IROQUOIS .... Me.day, s 1W ,
Friday, Feb. 8,at3:00pm.... ARAPAHOE ...Wednesday. I1
Saturday, Feb. 9,at3:00pm... ALGONQUIN ...Thrasday, 16k
Tuesday, Feb. 1, at 12:00 'B ... COMANCHE ... .aday, 1?
Wednesday, Feb1S, at 3:00pm..... HURON ......Moay.
Friday,. Feb. 15, at :00 pm.... APACHE ..... edn i:y,
Saturday, Feb. 1,at 3:00pm.... IROQUOI8 ....Tharaday,
Tuesday, Feb. 19, at 3:00pm. .. ARAPAHOE ...8uaIay,
Wednesday, Feb.20, at 3:00pm... ALONQUIN ...Meaday,
Friday, Feb.2,at 12:00a'n... COMANCHE ....Wedesday,
Saturday, Feb., at 300pm..... HURON ...... Thisday,
Tuesday, Feb .2, at 3:00 m ..... APACHE .....ny, M
Wednesday, Feb.27,at3:00pm.... IROQUOIS ....M..ly, MXoiii
Jacksonvflle to New York direct.
CLYDE NBW ENGLAND AND SOUTMnE*nJ .
et Ser-ce o etwess Jachtavil.i, Beste aI Prw aie --
calnag at Chariestee Ikw WIp.
Free South Rib
Lewis WWI Best"
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JOS. ROSENHEIM SHOE CO.
SAVANNAH.- O R. LGIA
0"s 311W Maim fo Ceinlsu Trai."
SHundreds of Lumbermen
THOUSANDS Of DOLLARS
Eaoh year investigating worthless propositions submitted by un
We have spent a great deal of time and money investigating
timber lands in Florida and Georgia. and are prepared to give
on absolutely reliable information regarding any tract of any
am in either State.
propositions that we offer have been investigated by our ex-
perts before being offered on the market.
Yom might have your bank look us up before consulting us.
Correspondence with bona-fide purehasers solicited.
Bobst Fendig & Comany
SW Nft atre r ste Street.
mO RIMDA BRUNRWIVc GA.
^^ RM klMB(~AmeKIIMassaul hra vi vll^ eia A
Feb. 1............ "KATAHDIN .............Win c
Feb. 6.............. .CHIPPEWA .............
Feb. 15............ .KATAHDIN ............ .iW -.
CLYDE ST. JOHNS RIVER LINE .
Between Jacksamvillh "a .ate.
Stopping at Palatk, At, Ast St. Franc*s, ar 0Di 4 (D-, A
landing om St. Johns River.
STEAMERS "CITY OF JACKSONyILLI'
AND "FREDRICK DE BAR RT
Are appointed to il as follows: Leave Jaeksonvill a ily emagp stbll
3:30 p. m. Returning, leave Sanford daily except Sundays at *W as i,
Leave S:30 p. ... ............... a vil .......... .......
Leave 8:46p.m ..................... Palatk ...................
Leave 2:00a.m.................... Astor .....................
............................. ord (D ............
Arrive ,:,a. ........... R ford ...........
Arrive 10:00 a.m................... Enterprise ..........
GENERAL PASSENGER AND TICKET OFFICE, i.s W_ ATY f e, r 0
4. c. RAsern, a. r. P. *.. IafOr. vwr -.'.
fPer. N. A.. New rYprk. Jaca*sore. o i.
0 N fVLO sPa. Trurame *r. C. C.-9e* **I8 0*5
*arae n WOer ZrsWIerw Nwr rer".
L. joers, r. r . s. sces e 4.
Jc-sammvsn. Pi. e-sigr. Of.
W. a. COOPE. Jr., P. .. CLYS. c gr M 4 A.
Jrc(smev, vl. Pa. a J. N. ., yw -
c- P. LOCVE., Sept., Jacks Wersm Fa
FUE. AND BUW.LD MTeA i,
The Southern Fuel & S I
Food Hown 51ree.fI
- "i~i 'uge today ato larger
S-- -- to thi
ida a ae
AmVnirg trak arriving in the
AM vrie divios was runa
r rh an waer kmn ed
h1 tiin rdei f. tns tn
4il eel^ Wes--ern rai-rad
p- ; mr o ] toac to ar the
ad toihm with larg
i r to handle the large
il n/gtIes tides wU-
m- Bit pirovidi for thea
1 t- Otr the building of the
A-f--t-ad Waden railroad
M wit ra s waihs to re-
OP arts.a.rn mil-
N e -d0m an mgo -
*e timr tsord co nhe
11 M WeoesaV night.
tl, im its report
iFn s tate that the
I r*watusl to emplaet at
ss 1 d redbed within ix
1w 0 a- and also to so-
tn osas for a distance of s
ft $l15, which is to be
t so a bank to be isig-
e i. It was re-e-is t
ip lio am ant sa me n st
t0 mewomaet but also the
.. d Oneos 6Win deosb that the
I Gielastde; in fa it is
i wl be Ladpted by a
et oe Oesel
S MAmBAO PORT TAMPA
l t- .iS aNwamy, wbi.h is bhi
bua -14' Searo.ma ad sprmssa
a., *ut twenty mile., ad s finally to
be esxtade to'Athyas, Ga., on the Sea-
boad Air Liae, 1 miles, has received its
first locomtive, a Baldwin engine. Prei-
dent eorge IM. Brinson is reported as
saying that about five miles of track
have bee laid between Springield and
Meinhard, ad grading is under way from
the tter point toward Savannah.
It is expected to have train running
between Savannah and Springfield not
later than ti first of May. To push the
work a newsteam shovel and lidgerwood
rapid under will be employed. The
Wayeroes Chr Works are now construct-
ing fdate fat am for the lin, four of
which hav already been delivered, and
they are being med in the work of con-
strueting the road. Between 350 and 40
men are nrow employed on the line. It
is said that ive more engine have been
purdhsaed to bl delivered as they are
MV= AND HARBOR BILL.
Appro aidstia in I1 fo r Fleria Rivers
The river sa harbor appropriation bill,
now in Caogress, carries appropriations
for Frida Bvers and harbors a follows:
Fernadina, $115,000; Bisayne Bay
(4oadiotle) $100000 cash and $146,000
cotilat:in Key West and entrances there-
to, $0e0; Sarasota bay, 26 00; East
Pa and Carrabelle bar and harbor, $0.-
000; Apaibchleol bay, $85,00; Pensacol,
l100,0ao; St Johns river, o100,000; St.
Johns river at Orage Mlls fats, 25,00O0;
and Owammee rivers, 45,000; Withlacoo-
hese river, M,400 eah and 150,000 con-
tin.in; Manatee river, $70,710; removing
the water hysacith from Florida waters,
$15000; Apalscbiola river, Including the
cut off and lower Chipol river ad upper
Chipols from Maranna to its mouth, $25,-
000; Cboetawhatehee river, Florida and
Alabam, 15,00; Zcbambia and Ooneenh
rivers, Florida ad Alabama, $15,00
MIAMI mK WEST
lu~r & Occidental Steamship Co.
I Pe IfC l Uawt for Key West, COb, West Indies and the Bahamas,
Stt Tampa, Fle. Proposed aligs In effect on the dates shown.
Jl d l0 l pI cm with 0ut notes.
M:MI* u I.IMAi LI--M Ao a107.
Aive| r frn MiamI, tFa., with salUg January 23 1907.
S.., ....y ...........Wedesdays ........Fridays .... 3 00pm
T....Taedays ...........Thursdays ......... Saturday .. 60am
S.... .eau ys ........... Thurdays ..........Saturdays .. 00 pm
S.....Wednmdays ........Fridays ............Sundays .... 6 30am
UI 1M7, ailangs will be Mondays and Thursdays, 3 p. m.
.' TAMPA-HAVA mA LIN K, VIA KET WST.
tH1 -~ eat Part Tampa, Fla., with ~allg December 16, 190.
Ag- A-.Jhmdays ............ Tuedays ........... Thursdays..11 40pm
aL..aays ...........Wednesdays ........Fridays .... 6 30pm
S aI...M aaJ y ........... Wednesday ........Fridays .... 8 30pm
-oBo......T y ...........Thburday. ..........Saturdays .. 0 30am
....Tadays ...........Tbursdays ......... .aturdays ..12 00 m
Sg...Tu daya ...........Thursday ..........Saturdays .. 8 30pm
.'.T e -sys S........... Thursday ..........Saturdays ..10 30pm
klW.... .. idda ............ andays ..\ 6 30pm
S I:II AAMA l~U TmA KET WEST.
il tw from Miami with saying December 14, 1906.
..,., ....a ............Wednesdays ........Fridays .... 00am
",M-wofy7 ............ Wednesday ........Fridays ..10 00pm
..T aday ...........Thurday ..........aturdays.. 1 00am
.... Tesay ...........Thursday .........Saturdays .. 900am
.. ........Wednesdays ........ Friday .... 11 00am
.......... Wednesday ........rida .... 7 00p
S.........Thrsdays ..........Saturd .. 4 00am
..,.........Th.. Wrays ..........Saturdays.. 5 30pm
abnd 1 mftd ratae to all points in the United Statea,
astfi* r llyH furaihedl upon application.
CRAK L. rTW P. J. SAUmrDEs,
Nim &g Trais Agest.
-- ~J'.CEHARYELIMt WIAIRomm.
wow-ft somw MIS
AM 335 UW
a Me 1 lssslue ft j. IN
THE BOND & BOMURO0
w LoAs U l A naTAU.
SASH, DOORS, BOUNDS, PAINT&
Oils. Olass, Stoves, Tinware Cesatry Hlow
a WEST BAY STRUT.
East Coast LumberC
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Yellow Pine Lumber
Bundled Rosin Barrel Stavem ht LU
ATmir lliTOp-ss au .
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Them four gret rumed es Nan Tdoe. 1-
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for wife, children, self ortoc With th reme
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Beides, you am er your staek ofay ailmait t may L Ie
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will ee all form of Liver aUd r Kidney r (wm aS
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women. Ud claid u Female Troubl. It wif bfa ng yeWh h-ek ine go ad l
who us gone a- suffering becae she tleugt sneW ha.@ Int yESW a
young girl jst entering womashood; and prepare the yoe wO= r ti
duties of wife ad mother.
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Instantly, Oioe, Crnmps, Cholers Ma or, Dinrrhoes, Dj e
For eole In hbors t ta U- lJal te memdy sad i riM toel M s to
CUBA OIL-The eat eme a NO LMiM. Is m- e m s si f I
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mail ad bars, bruise and sor, shped hands and baee m ltr *Le
Relieves rheumatic pain ulm bhak, atm jaBO. ad in h tek sms who re -
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is worth following. Isure la
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Plantations and Pumping Stations.
Empln o this
method of water
supply, is a sure
evidence of lack
of cool water, to
run the still a
full day, also
an inability to
secure the proper
quantity of spirits and
as well the purity
KEEP FRESH SUPPLY
OLD WAY CF SUPPLYING WATER.
No Distillery is Complete Without The SCHOFIELD
In calling attention
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have no hesitancy
it to all Operators
as one of the most
to their plants.
It is easy to operate,
simple, and will
pay for itself in
a short time.
They are made in
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sizes furnished on
We have arranged
this season to take
care of your business
and to ship immedi-
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Write for our cata-
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size you want.
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HE SCHOFID OUTFrT.
We have made this one of our special studies and pride ourselves on having almost
every Operator in the Turpentine Belt using this Outfit.
We are also prepared to furnish Engines and Boilers of our own production, as well almost
anything around a saw mill, including saw mill itself.
WRITE US FOR PRICES, GIVING YOUR FULL WANTS.
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to the invention
of an outfit
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At the Sign of the Big Clock, - Jac
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Manufacturers of High Grade
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Orders sent direct to us will receive prompt and careful attention.
We are now prepared to furnish barrels from six shops advantageously located.
J. C. LITTLE, President. JOHN E. HARRIS, Vice-President.
R. H. MOTE, General Manager. C. H. BARNES, Secretary and Treasrw.
J. C. LITTLE,
JOHN g. HARRIS,
W. C. POWELL,
C. H. BARNES,
W. F. COACHMAN.
J. W. WEST,
E. H. MOTE.
W. J. KELLY
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