Weekly industrial record
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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: April 25, 1908
Publication Date: -1909
Frequency: weekly
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 )
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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In This Issue of the Record.

In th" iaue of the RMOORD will be ind valuable
iarnf.,rim rlardifn tb grram oum an isnd y 1o rlor-
ida, i ofpportuanti- id it pomeniWU. TImh wMl be
found ay numbr of ne oruage grove popaoitios that
bhald and no doubt will intret every persu whom eoye
are trned toward the Stat of the Goldn Frit.
I thiu iLue a o will be fouad a P an grove propo-
s tiM that will at once attract thwe aUtk e every pr-
man looking for a mfe and eertain Invasmt.
IMd tmn alL They wml ertati ya--perhaps be
of great service to you.

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We have bee Mlaunfasuring uor own Staves for year and uuleet the very best stock for oar arls.
Skilled Coopws imnployel Just beginning busiuessun Jacklsoville and we solicit a share of your pat-
roaa4e. Send s a trial a-der.
J. RtM WUma~O. ammM..w DvJmi.Upeos.ur . mM -.s. J.l dmi"-r. n-1-.

Bulletin No. 2.


Effective April 3, 1908.
For paues of ten (10) or ore tranveling to-
Sethier on oneckt tcwo (2) cents per mile per
captMl iIfian per capitanflreftee( 1 S)cents.

Are open to the public and apply between
any point on the

Atlantic Coast Lines

amasse T usMmc

Gaea Psener Aers

Division Passeser Astm.

East Coast Lumber Co.

Yellow Pine Lumber

Bundled Rosin Barrel Staves in Carload Lots
Steesmr Shlpments a spedasy.


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STh largest l-di State Bsk i Jachm--fll. Isb t t -m du-
fashioned strictly conservative mo r and is amjas to IU emin l
by the Comptroller.
rlls..-vidual and Saing A onall sllUdted.
H.L ROBneR0 W. OWEa L. sAI An
PresMent. Vke-PrNdiM. 04r.




Savannah. 6a., and Peasacqla, Fla.

J. 0 UITTLE, Beertary ad Treaurer at Jacksaville; J. Q. HODGE, Assistat Seeretary at Savannah; J. K ROZIEB, Assistant fsereLt at Prmnll.
xJ LarVvs COMMPTTEE: W. W. c(rmer, W. F. Ooaehman, W. J. Hilan, C. B. Rogers, and A. 8. Hubbrd.
DIRBCTOUR: W. J. Hilum, W. W. Curner, D H. McMillaa, W. F. Coachman, W. C. Powell, I L. (vingtoN, C. Rogers, Job H.L Pow, A. 8. Hb-
bard, 8. A. Alford, C. W. Dees, B. B. Powell, W. J. Kelly.


Paid in Capital Stock, $2,500,000

Owned and Controlled by Practical Operators.
rTh "Consolidated" Is purely a co-operative Company. Its Interests are Ideatlcal with those
of the Producers. The patronage of turpentine operators everywhere lavited.
Two Million acres of Land and Timber for sale on easy terms.
Producers sre Invited to #ll or correspond.
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We have bae Wanatlturring our own Staves for year and sotele the very best took for oar lrmJs.
killed Cooe employed. Jest beginning basinesan Jaerklville and we solicit S share of your pat-
onagwe. Sead a trial older.
,. gLsN w uer. mn, mo mO Dyl.u peo.. ua... ,B.----,m.. winu..

Bulletin No. 2.


Effective April 3, 1908.
Foe prwti of tea (10) or more travel to-
gtloer on me tcket two (2) cents per mie per
capitj irmumn per capitafare affme( 15)cents.

Are opens to the public and apply between
any point on the

Atlantic Coast Lines

r~e TVWWuC r

T. C. WHrrE.

Diiio Pae-er Aent.

East Coast Lumber Co.

Yellow Pine Lumber

Bundled Rosin Barrel Staves In Carload Lots
Steamer Shipmes a sd SWty.


JACKSONVILLE, FLA. ABrImc-: ts amd Lab C
iThe largest leadug State Beak a Jackstmville I em.td in an aU-
fashioned strictly cmervstive mr and in -bjeC to rlr -ar=m-Me
Sby the Coptroller.
S trh....vidual ad Savings Aintl sli oeltLd.
PeMeilat. Vice-Prg4m0s. OM



Branckes: Savannah. Ga., and Pensac9la, Fla.

J. a IlTTLB, ary ad Treaurer at JackaMeville; J. Q. HODGW Assistant Secretary at Savannah; J. K. ROZIER, Assistant g mretary at Ptamea.
EKaJItrVEz COMMIIrKE: W. W. Summer, W. F. Oouahman, W. J. Hillman, C. B. Rogers, and A. 8. Hubbard.
DIRERCOSB: W. J. Hillma, W. W. Cmmer, DL H. MeMillan, W. F. Co saman, W. C. Powell, H. L. ovingto, C. B. Rogers, John H. Powell, A. 8. Hub-
bard, 8. A. Alford, C. W. Dean, B. Powell, W. J. Kelly.


Paid in Capital Stock, $2,500,000
Owned and Controlled by Practical Operators.
The "Consolidated" Is purely a co-operative Coapany. Its Interests are Ideatdcal with those
of the Producers. The patronage of turpentine operators everywhere Invited.
Two Million acres of Land and Timber for sale on easy terms.
Produfers aro Invited to ell or correspond.







Mea Se. M by do h m of* T Opmaf Amoe a Is 0 Ofd Oewm, ad ammij L I Oft In Amend Cowen" a a 01ob owman dw of t 0s Aoa Mmod Sept, EXad
r,~ Oi d@ Onpom dTrpofn Oporam Amoioem, AMepod Apd V7. 35L a C OW os d~ onhtr Cam Gyeu.V A m~noods Enhomid b Gmr* Sbu= An oiom 0dW~ of Sod ommo Mook Cmma Andi

Facts About Florida-essonIts Wonderful Climate

and Resources.

ray winter Florida Is filled with ton-
at who eome here from other states,
ad reel i our ellmte aad enjoy our
sbing ad hunting, bthg and outdoor
port, a bd go bak totir Northern
homes refresed ad benafted. We ex-
ted to them the warmet welome, which
s cordial and memre, b"t there are thou-
amds of others who ar ls fortunate, not
hebl able to mlaitaia two homes, or even
to spe a few mathr at me great a dit-
tamae ad to icur the n mary expeas,

more dead than alive, and die, Florida has the family changing their location than
a lower death rate than any other State the betterment of their condition both as
in the Union. We suppose that one reason to climate conditions, aeessibility to the
why more people do not make Florida their markets, the sale of products and social
permanent home, in due to the erroneous conditions. With all of the above qualif-
reports that have abroad that Flor- nations Florida offers location unequalled
ida is a veritable bake oven in summer. in other parts of the country. To families
This one would naturally suppose to be no matter how much or how little capital
true from Florida' nearness to the equa- they may have to invest, they can pur-
tor, but as a matter of fact the heat in chase lands at a price that will yield
Florid is less oppressive in the summer them greater returns on capital invested
than it is at the same season of the year than any other State in the Union. The

soil. Oranges grow however om hammnc
land, but are safer and do better mo what
is known as high pi The Florda or-
ange and grapefruit ry is so well
known and her fruit so celebrated
that it is only neeseary for us to pea
more particularly eoeermin the ct
of these fruits sad their great value as a
profit producer.
The Posihelity ad a l 9reve.
Just think of a crop that oaly takes
three months to work, that pays from

but this elass would be quite as welcome in many Northern States, in fact the tern-fertile soils, equitable climate, cheap lands,
to Florida and would not only be benefited perature in Florida will average several schools and church privileges of many
by her climate, but would be materially degrees lower than that of other States, sections in Florida meet all the conditions
benefted by her great sources. When and with a much lower average humidity. necessary in selecting a new home, a safe
we pick up the papers and read of floods, This is largely due to the fact that Flor- investment of money, with good health
snowstorms and clamities of various ida is a narrow peninsula swept constantly conditions in a live, prosperous commun-
kids in winter, and heat prostrations and by cooling and refreshing breezes, either ity.
eyelones in summer, we cannot help but from the Ocean or Gulf. We venture to The Natia's Garden Spot.
wonder why it is that Florda isn't chock say that when this fact becomes thorough- One of the strongest inducements to
full of the most sensible people n earth ly known throughout the country that a settle in this State is the diversity of
all the year round, making it their per- man is actually more comfortable in the its products, as It leads in early fruits and
manent home. Surely no State presents shade in Florida in the middle of summer, vegetables for the standard crops, as well
so many real attractions as our State does. than he would be at the same season of as the production of many fruits and veg-
The oldest settlers in Florida never heard the year in the Northern states, there will tables not grown in other States. The
of disasters from food or suffocations from be countless thousands seeking permanent soil may be ealsed as hammock pine
heat, nor have they ever heard of men, homes in Florida, and share with these lands, flat woods, prairie, and muck, under-
womse and children freeing frqa cold in who have already settled here, her won- laid with clay. The hammock lands are
-lrida. By a kind Providence the State derful resources and great wealth, very rich, being adapted to the growth of
has been wonderfully exempt from fatal What Does Floria Oer the Average Man vegetables and farm crops, and when well
dIaster of any kind, nd barring the in- for a Heme. drained make fine land for fruits. The or-
valds who come here from other sections Nothing could be of more importance to ange lands are known as high pine, a sandy
Far infermatien heet orange grove, p- por information abut orange grove, For information about orange grove,
c ad fa prepertie, ds-a a farm epe addres-- pecan d f farm properties, address-
GroaMe Gre" Dt. af Jacksrvile De- Orane Grove Det. ef Jacksonville Devel- Orangee Grve t. of Jafcknsine Dvel-
vrlmnt Ce., Jacuesvls i.. epenet C., Jaksnville, a. opment Co., Jackevflle, Fma.

20% to 50% each year. Yellow fruit hags
like gold on the trees and yields yellow
metal to the pocket of the producer.
Think of a crop which the buyer will
come to your door and gather for you and
pay you the coin before the crop leaves
your field.
Think of a crop that ea be estimated
and sold before the blossoms have faded
from the trees.
Think of a crop which has experieaed
but two (2) failures, but twice ia me
hundred and ten years.
Orang groves are cheap in Florida, be-
cause the local people do not apprelate
their fortune-because when they sell a
grove they readily plant another h-c
the 1M freese haunts them and hbe
the prat diversity of farming has taught
Floridians to not depend on oranges al .
Yet they can be produced for 2. per bo.
For information asht rage grre,
pecan and farm Por erea-
Orange Grove DGt. of Jaedanr Ml
opment Ce., Jackeavl Ies.



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

Write to Columbus Barrel Mf. Co. Columbus, Ga., or to HENRY EL SON. Florida Mfr., .Jaensuvlie. rla.

When Florida increases her production
enough to supplant California, then she
will drive California off the market. Mor-
ida oranges have never sold below 75e.
per box.
No place on earth can rival Florida in
grapefruit. In this production she holds
first place.
Florida will get better prices when she
produces 5,000,000 boxes of grapefruit than
she does now, because grapefruit is grow
ing in demand much faster than the pro-
duction. Because it stands longer ship-
ments, and keeps longer. Anybody with
a thimblefull of sense can raise citrus
fruits. You only need to watch your
neighbor, and have money to fertilize. Fer-
tilizer is the secret. Plenty of it put on
at the right time. Learn to do this and
spend the money to put it on. Nothing
yields such rich and rapid returns. Fig-
ure on $20.00 per acre per annum. You
only need the price for the first year-
your grove will carry you after that.
A Little Ezamge Showin the Proat in
Orange Grove Culture.
5 acres land $15 per acre, clearing
$40 per acre ................. $ 275.00
500 budded trees, 25c each ...... 125.00
Planting. labor and fertilizer .. 150.00

Second year-
Cost of grove .................. 550.00
Labor, fertilizer and interest ... 134.98

Third Year-
Cost of grove ..................
Labor, fertilizer, interest ........


Fourth Year-
Cost of grove .................. 843.38
Labor, fertilizer, interest ........ B5.80
Fifth Year-
Cost of grove .................. 1,080.27
Lablr. fertilizer, interest ........ 239.45
BSxth Year-
Cost of grove .................. 1,3072
labor, fertilizer, interest ........ 303.82
Seventh Year-
Cost of grove .................. 843.38
Labor, fertilizer, interest ....... 322.04
Cost at end of 7th year ........ $1,934.58
Credit by oranges grown, 4th year,
50 boxes .....................$ 75.00
Credit by oranges grown, 5th year,
100 boxes .................... 150.00
Credit by oranges grown, Oth year,
250 boxes .................... 375.00
Credit by oranges grown, 7th year,
500 boxes .................... 750.00
Credit by oranges grown 8th year.
1.000 boxes .................. 1,500.00
Interest .............. .......... 185.00
Total receipts for 8 years .... $3.045.00
Cost of grove at beginning of 8th
year ......................... 1,934.58
Net earnings .................... $1,110.42
Value of grove. $1,000 an acre .. 5.00000
Profit for 8 years .......... .$6,110.42
The above calculation shows that to buy
a grove in first-class condition 8 or 10
years old, at a reasonable price, puts a
man in possession of a great profit yielder
without having to wait 8 years for it, and
often times for very much less money than
it would actually cost him to produce it,

Fer information abot orange grove,
pean and farm rpertie, adre--
Orange Grve Dept. of Jackanville Deel-
met Co, Jackh vmi, mFa.

S Industrial Record's Buyers' Directory |

r 0. Hutehionn. laeksonville, Fla.
Walter Mueklow. Jacksoville, Fla.
.1. D. Weed & Co., Savannah, Ga.
comnnerial Bank, Jacksonville, Fa.
(lha. Blum & Co. Jacksonville. Fla.
. oseph Zapf & Co. Jacksonville. FI1a

Stuart-Bernstein Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
rampa Hardware Co., Tampa, Fla.
Weed Co.. J. D.. Savaah. a
Hnurs & Co.. Wa. A.. Jackaorvillae Fla.
Standard Clothing Co.. aIcso volle. Fla
J. D. Weed & Co, Savannah, Ga.

East Coaet Lumber Co, Watertown, Dural Hotel, .lacksonville, Fla.

"ummu r Tumber Co.. Jacksonville. Fla.

Knight Creekery and uraittiue Ut,
lacksonville. Fla.
tamilard Clothine On.. Jacksonvilie. VIa.
Stuart-Bernstein Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
McMe asa Bothes, JacksisvIll Save-
nab and oMBe.
M. A. lnker. Rronawiek. (a.
Inr,'l Cnooperw o..JTaeksonvile. Fla.
Atntie Coopserae Co., Jackonvll, Fa.
Wmi. D. Joes. Jackenville. Fla.
,rove-Stovwat DRu CO. Jacksonville.

Tampsa Drg O., Tama, F1%6
Southern Drug m fg. C Jaekev wil Fla.
qebodeld fBote o., J. S, Maoa. Ga.
laimbsh Ire Works and Supply o., Au-

Kaight Crckery and Furiture C.,
Jaekaoville, Fla.
Rami, Jacksoville, Fla.
Hours & Co, Wm. A., Jacksowvlle, Fla.
.t-hoeld's Soas Co., J. S, Macon, Ga.
Lombard Irom Worksa Supply a., Au-
guta, Ga.
The Char. A. Clark Co., Jacksonville, Fla.

Jacksnvill. (as Co, Jacksonville, Fla.
Rtadard Clothf COo., Jackeoaille. la.
Stuart-Bermatei Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
Willias a., J. P, Savannah. Ga.
Young O., John ., Savsauah, Ga.

Schofleld's Sen ... J. S.. Maeon, Ga.
R. J. Riles Co., Jacksonille, Fla.
(ireenleaf & (roeby Co., Jacksoaville, Fla
He 81 Slaget, Jaeksonville Fia.
ast Coast Lasber o., Watartw,
Blum & Co., Cha., Jaeksoavlle, Fla.
Altmayer t Flatau Liquor Co., Maeo,
Ga., and Jacksonville, Fla.
Joseph Zapf a Co- Jackeavo l, Fia.
Speaer Madieme Co. ChattaoMga, Ten
Schofeld's Some Co., J. 8., Maeos. Ga.
Lombard Ires Works. Augsta, Ga.

SchoAeld's 8om Co., J. 8., Maea, Ga.
Menlan Brs. C c., JackevMIS, 5a-
nab asl Mole.
Baker, M. A, Bruswiek, Ga, and Pesr.
cola, Fla.

Schofeld' Sons Co., J. 8., Maeon, i.e.
Weed & Co., J. D, Savannah, (a.
Lombard Iron Works & Supply Co, Au-
gusta, Ga.

Penin-:liar Naval Stores Co., Jacksonville
and 'xampa, Fla.
Barne & Jleesup Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
Cowsolidated Naval Stores Co., Jackso-
villa F.
West-Flynn-Harris Co, Jacksonvi 'e ia
Williams Co., J. P., Savannah, ;a.
Young Co, John R., Savannal Ga.
So,'iher State Naval Store C, S8van-
.ah, Ga.
Duval Planing Mill Co., Jacksoville, Fla.
Lombard Iron Works & Supply Co, Ab-
I gu, Ga

PUm .
Behold's BSa Co., J. 8., MasY Ga.

Atlantle Coast LBe.
Lombard Iros Works & Supply CO., Aw
gut, Ga.

Hours Co.. Wm. AL. Jackmanmi, Fi.
Cumm LumberLe Co., Jaeksvlle, Fla.
Hutchinasn Shoa Co, Jacksonville, PVF
Joe. Roseheim Shoe Co., 8avannam, Ga
Stuart-Berastein Co., Jacksoaville, Fla.
G. M. Davis & Bom, Palatka, Fte.
Schoeld'e Sons Co., J. 8., Mason, Ga.
Prestos Miller Co., orest City, Fla.

Atiatle Cooperage Co., JacksLoville,
Floraide perage C, Jacks lle, a.

Urlrmeass STJILS.
Baker, M. A., urnm swk, 0a., ad Fmer.

SmBohah e. nagb

TI3 LAmn
Jacksoaville DueVlpme Cso.,, JMkne-
vill, Fa.
Counil Tool Co., JacMkaville, ma.
J. D. Weed & OL. Savunah, Ga.
Creeleaf & esby Co., Jacksanville, a.
Heass & 8agr, Jaksunowvle, 1a.
R. J. Rilh Co, Jeksoril, Vi.
Cummer Lumber Co., Jacknville, Fla.
Fast Coast [umber (o, Watertow. Fla

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plus the time. For instance you will find
some groves on our list from 8 tol6 years
old, 5 to 20 acres, averaging in price from
$1000.00 to $15,000.00. Some of the values
offered in orange groves seem almost an
impossible proposition, but as a matter of
fact they are just as represented, and the
only reason why it is possible is because
of the elemtn of risk that enters into the
orange culture business, We refer to the
risk of freeez. The element of risk neces-
sarily enters into every business, and as
a rule the greater the risk the greater the
percentage of profit will be, but we hold
that the orange industry affords the great-
est percentage of profit, but does not nec-
essarily involve the greatest percentage of
risk. As a person can easily ascertain,
the orange growers as a class in Florida,
are among its most prosperous citizens,

experience we have demonstrated that a
tree 15 months after being budded pro-
duced over 20 orange on a single branch.
Had this fact been generally known in
1895, every man with an ounce of gray
matter would have stuck to his grove, and
in two years at the outside every one of
them would have had paying crops. It
will be observed at a glance that the per-
centage of risk in the citrus fruit indus-
try is no greater than in many other pur-
suits of life. The percentage of loss by
fire of mercantile stocks is much greater.
The percentage of lossin proportion to the
amount of money invested in the citrus
fruit industry for the past 100 years as
compared with the percentage of loss of
the uninsured portion of mercantile stocks
destroyed by re is as 1 to 100, in favor
of the orange industry, and as the immor-

An Opportunity to Own an Orange Grove.

Outline of Plan to Enable Those with
Small Capital to Buy an Orange Grove
in Florida Before Moving to the State,
By making a Small Cash Payment and
Easy Monthly Payments. Our Plan is
as Follows:
You may have the privilege of selecting
any orange grove property on our list,
in any location, any kind or price. These
groves are all listed at prices supposed
to be for cash transactions, therefore we
add 10% to these prices and sell the prop-
erty at the advanced price, payments to
be made as follows: 20% of the purchase
price to be paid as first cash payment. As
soon as we receive this payment we im-
mediately purchase the property outright

legal interest only, the only conditions of
the contract being that you shall make
your payments promptly, and that the
property remains in our possession until
one-half of the purchase price has been
paid. The purchaser of the property to
take possession of same at such tim only
as when the 36 payments have bee made,
and deed has been passed, and not before.
During the time that these payments are
being made, the company obligates itself
to use the proceeds from the grove in put-
ting the property in the very highest poa-
sible state of cultivation, employing the
most expert men obtainable, furnishing
sufficient fertilizer for the proper develop-
ment and care of the trees, and in every

making a good living on a smaller invest-
ment and a smaller outlay of labor than
any class of people in the State.
Facts Concerning Killing Freezes.
There are certain parts of the State
that are exempt from killing freezes as a
rule. The statement however must be
qualified. As is well known there have
been two freezes in 110 years that affected
all parts of the State. But the govern-
ment officials assure us that there are no
reasons to suppose that the climate is in
any way undergoing a change, quite the
contrary, they assure us, we have every
reason to expect that the future in the
way of climate will be along the exact lines
of the past. (See letter from the Weather
Bureau in this issue.) The freeze of
1895, which did great damage throughout
the Stath to the citrus fruit industry, also
did great good in some respects. It devel-
oped the fact that an orange tree cut down
to the roots could be budded in the root
and made to produce fruit in from 15 to 18
months. As a matter of fact by actual
For information about orange grove,
pecan ad farm properties, addres-
Orange Grove Dept. of Jackae vile Devel-
opmoet Co., Jackavi. Fla.

tal Patrick Henry said, "If we may but
judge the future from the past," we have
at least 50 odd years of perfect safety
ahead of us. We beg to invite your at-
tention to some lists of orange groves and
truck lands, etc., published in this edition.
This we publish with a view of pointing
out to you some of the best places in
which invest. We try to look out for our
customers, who trust us and lean on our
advice. We have been ten years in the
business. Please advise us about how
much money you want to invest, and if
you want a home to make a living, or only
to spend your winters in Florida. Let us
know what you have in mind, and we will
be pleased to offer the best thing we have
to fit your ease. Each individual has his
special want, and we are always glad to
cater to our customers' wishes. We guar-
antee our representations.
Jacksonville Development Co.,
Jacksonville, Fla.

For information about orange grove,
pecan and farm properties, addres--
Orange Grove Dept. of Jac ville Devel-
opment Ce, JadnowMe, FlL

from the present owners for your account, way possible to bring up the trees to a
giving you a contract for deed to continue high state of development. By this means
until such time as your payments have any property coming into oar hands and
reached a sufficient sum to cover one-half remaining for the three years while these
of the original purchase price of the prop- payments are being made, by o expert
ertv. and at that time, namely when one- care and attention will be by ar ore
half of the price has been paid, we give val le en thy e t d r
you a warranty deed and turn the prop- vluable when they ae tuned ver to th
erty over to you, subject only to a mort- purchaser than when first purchased by
gage for the unpaid half. These payments us. A reasonable increase would be at
are to be made as follows: 20% of the least 20% in the productive power of the
purchase price is to be paid in cash at the grove per ach y There fit
signing of the agreement, and $].50 per tree that responds quicker to proper treat-
month for every $1,000.00 of the balance, ment and care than an orange tree. Bv-
until half of this amount has been paid, erything depends on this. We not only
in other words if $1,000.00 was the amount take this property under our care for three
of unpaid balance, after paying the first years, sparing no expense and expert
20%, $12.50 per month for 36 months with- to pt it in prime condition, but w alo
out interest or taxes, and at the end of the give the advantage of our knowledge, d-
6 months $500.00 would have been paid, vice and instruction to the purchaser when
being one-half of the amount, and at that he comes to take possesion of the grove,
time the property will be turned over to so that there can be no reasonable reasm
the purchaser, and a mortgage taken by
the company for the unpaid part, bearing (Continued on page 12.)

For information about orange grove, For information about ersage groa,
pecan farm properties, adre pan an and farm dpr ad4res--
Orange Grove Dept. of Jacksonville Devel- Orange Grove Dept. of Jackmaavill Dewl-
opment Co., Jacksoville, Fla. opamet Cs, Jackeenuw Ha.


A Pecan Grove Investment That Will Pay Seventy-five

Per Cent a Year.

An investment of $100 down and $20
per month for 96 months, WITHOUT IN-
TERET, will buy a property that will
be worth $10,000.00 whe paid for, and
will pay a dividend of 15% on that
amount for 100 years and longer. This is
beyond question the Snest proposition we
have ever been able to offer.
We have a plean grove that is 20 years
old, seedling trees. These trees are all
fne, large, healthy trees, which shows be-
yond question that the soil and location
is ideal for pecan growing, but these trees
are seedligs and the value of the nut
can be greatly increased by cutting the
trees back and budding them to finer va-

cancel it at his pleasure, so that in case
of the death of the purchaser of any of
these lots before the end of the four years,
the company will apply the amount of in-
surance to the cancellation of this debt,
and present the widow or estate, as the
case may be, with a warranty deed for the
At the end of this 48 months, the fruit
from this grove would be sufficient to pay
off the mortgage in not to exceed two
years, and the grove will increase very
rapidly in productive power as it increases
in age, so that at the end of eight years
this grove will be bearing from 50 to 75
lbs. of nuts to the tree. Figure on a safe

trees at that time will have reached a
development where they will no longer re-
quire the care of an expert, but the ob-
servance of a few simple rules of treatment
will assure their continued growth and de-
velopment. We print herewith an illus-
tration showing some of the old trees be-
fore they were cut back, giving a person
some idea of this wonderful property.
We are only offering this investment to
such a class of people as we think would
make congenial neighbors, and who would
appreciate such an opportunity. We want
you to go out and look at this at our ex-
pense. It is within less than 50 miles of
the city. and will only require a short
time to look it over.
Jacksonville. Fla.

I have every confidence in being able to
put the grove on a highly profitable basis
providing the necessary funds are forth-
coming and my directions are explicitly
followed. I would not have undertaken
the work had I thought this would not be
I was at Olustee about ten days ago and
everything was progressing as rapidly as
While the returns from the investment
cannot begin immediately, yet when they
do begin they should increase rapidly and
annually and the expenditure of convert-
ing the grove into the fancy varieties of
Pecans be returned many times over.
If there are any other points upon which
you would like information, do not hesi-
tate to write me.
Yours truly,

In addition to the foregoing pecan prop-
osition, we have another that is also very
attractive, and which we outline as fol-
We are preparing to lay out a limited
number of five acre tracts, on the property
adjoining this old grove, set to the finest
variety of budded peans three years old,
and between each row of pecan trees we
are setting a row of peach trees of the
finest and most prolific variety. These
peach tress will come into being within
two years, and be at their best in three or
four years, and by the time the pecans get
to be good-sized trees, the peaches will be
through and can come out of the way en-
tirely. This will serve, however, to make
the property a prodt producer almost from
the very start.
These lots will be ready for inspection in
the early fall, but you may secure one
now, and at your request we shall be
pleased to send you maps and detailed de-
scription. We are offering them on the
following easy terms:
$25.00 down and $8 a month for 122
TAXES, and at the expiration of this
contract or when the 122 payments have
been made, we will give you a warranty
deed for the property, and turn same over
to you. Another plan is to pay $25.00
down, and $8.00 a month, for 61 months,
or until half of the purchase price of the
property has been paid, and at that time
we will give you a warranty deed, and you
give us a mortgage for the unpaid amount,
and the property will then be turned over
to you.
This grove when 10 years old will at the
lowest estimate produce 25 Ibs. of nuts to
the tree, or 140 trees will produce 3500
lbs. of nuts in one year. These nuts aver-
age in the market at present time, 50e.
per lb., and at that price this 5 acres
would be yielding $1,750.00 worth of nuts
each year, and as the trees increase in
size they would materially increase in pro-
ductive power. As a matter of fact we
have a single tree that has produced as
high as 350 lbs. of the finest variety of
nuts in a single crop.
Don't miss this opportunity to get in on
the ground foor, on a little investment
that is sure to bring you a good income in
a few years. This investment is within
the reach of most any man, and we feel
that when we sell a man one of these con-
tracts we are doing him a favor that he
will appreciate more and more as he
watches the development of the trees.
This property is located less than 50
miles from Jacksonville, and you are in-
vited to visit it at our expense.
Realty Building,
Jacksonville, Fla.
FPr information about orange groe,
pecan a farm properties, address--
Orange Grove Dpt. ef Jckesaville Devel-
*pmot C0* Ja*dm in MtI

rieties of paper shell nuts, which have basis, and say 50 lbs. to the tree. These WHAT THE ABOVE GROVE WILL DO.
a ready sale in the present market for nuts have been selling this year for 60c. THE WORDS OF AN EXPERT.
from 50e. to $1.00 per pound. This work per lb., but say they will only bring 25e. March 26th 1907
has been done, and the trees have been per lb., 5 years from now, even at that M r. A. M. Kitchen, Baldwin, Ga.
carefully handled by a pecan expert and price, these trees would yield $12.50 worth Dear Sir-At the request of Mr. J. A.
the work has been entirely successful, of nuts per tree or $1,750.00 for each year's Hollomon, of the Florida Pecan Farm Co.,
which the present new growth will show. crop. Allowing *250 a year for fertilizer I beg to say that I am interested in the
Pecan grove at Oluatee, Fla, only to the
The young sprouts are strong and vigor- and other expenses, will leave you a net extent of directing the work of topwork-
ous. pFr the beneft of those who are profit of $1.500.00. 15% on $10.000.00, or ing the inferior seedling Pecan trees and
not acquainted with this character of work 75% on. your investment annually. This in bringing the grove up to its highest
we would my that these trees have every is a most conservative estimate, and we state of development, which work has been
are assured by the best expert authorities energetically entered upon and is in prog-
advantag over young trees, just planted that these trees will produce at least ress at the time of writing.
out, as these will have a very much great- the estimate that we have made, but even By "topworking" is meant the conver-
er growth in fve years than the young if they only yield half of that amount sion of seedling trees, now bearing inferior
tre could p y he in 15 yrs r it would then be an investment superior nuts or perhaps sparse bearers, into the
trees col posbly have in 15 years or to anything we have before offered, large thin-shelled standard varieties, which
longer, as they have the old roots 20 years Think of this for a moment, a man in- are in great and increasing demand, at
old to force the new growth, therefore the vests $20 a month, without interest, for a fancy prices. To accomplish this work it
growth is very rapid and in 5 or 6 years few years, say he does have to sacrifice a is necessary to cut back and in many cases
m the present time, a conservative es- little in order to do so. He is laying up entirely denude the seedling of its top,
from the present time a conservative a treasure, not in Heaven exactly, but which causes the trunk and cut-back
timate would be at least 50 bs. of nuts one that will be mighty useful to those branches to throw out numerous strong
to a tree. who stay on earth. In a few years he has sprouts into which buds of the desired
We have divided this grove of 125 acres aid for a property that is going to do varieties are placed. The whole strength
into s-acre lts and are selling the lots more for him and his family than any in- of the trees is then directed into the new
Svestment the average man could make. variety and in two years after the season
on the above terms namely $100 down, This is an honest straight proposition, and of hldding the new tops in nearly every
and $50 a month for 96 months without we have the goods to show. Divorced from case come into bearing, increasing in vol-
intert, at which time you will get a all speculative features, and going back to nime annually until the new top has at-
deed for the property and take posnsion old Mother Earth, and is bound to prove trained the size of the former seedling top.
adeed f winner. Where could you get an insu- There are a number of fine seedlings in
of it. rance policy for instance that could com- the Olustee grove which are heavy bearers
Or if you would prefer you may pay pare with it. If you live it will brine you of fine nuts. These will not be topworked
$100 down, and $5.00 a month, for just in, in your old age. a comfortable living. pe thev are now very profitable. Some
half that number of months, or for 8 $1.000 to *1.400 a year for life, and if you 2.500 odd trees will be cut back and top-
hdie, it is far better than an insurance pol- bUdded this coming summer. The balance
months, and at that time you .get poses- ley. for the insurance may be left in a of the trees will be converted another
siom of the grove and give us a mortgage lumo sum, and the brother-in-law or some season. It was not considered prudent to
for one-half of the original purchase price trusted friend may invest the money for attempt the conversion of every tree in
We would my in explanation that the ex- the widow in some sure thing. and it's one season. as it would temporarily have
y explanat gone. but this grove will bring the widow sacrificed the entire nut crop, and for the
tra 5.00 per month charge on the short and children at least (1.000.00 a year as further reason that the top-budding re-
contract is made necessary as the first four long as she lives, and the children after. quires skilled labor of which there is none
years the care of the grove requires very There are so few of these propositions too adequate a supply and it would be a
much more time and expense, with a very (several of which have already been mistake to attempt more than one could
ch mo time and expense, it a ve bo t. before this circular is completed). reasonably expect to accomplish in one
slight income than it requires later on that it will be necessary for you to cor- season.
when the trees are bearing much heavier municate with us at once, if you want to The trees tonworked this summer should
every year, and consequently yielding sof- take advantage of the greatest opportun- be bearing the new varieties in three
ficent to compensate us for the earlier ity of your life for making a gilt edge in- years.
ent to cmpenate vestment. If the trees are carefully handle, and
outlay of money, as under the short con- In order to set the best results, with '-dded and those choice and prolific arie-
traet the grove passes out of our hands pecans. the tree should be cared for, train- +i- enltemplated, and other cultural work
before it becomes remunerative. ed and croomed, as you would a race -roerly done (as the company assures me
Te following proportion is made op- horse. in fact only when we thoroughly it is prepared to carry out), there is na
The following tio is made op- reciate this, and are prepared to in- reason why the orchard should not yield
tional with the purchaser of these tracts: vest the necessary money in order to se- $5 ooo.oo per year in five year' time and
In order to further secure the purchasers cure the most skilled expert operators and it may go higher.
of these properties against any possible sunply sufficient fertilizer, etc., that we It is intended to build up the soil by
fao te ot can hone for results such as we have out- both artificial and natural means. By
failure, we have arranged to take out a lned. This we are in a position to do. as "artifrical" T mean the use of commercial
life insurance policy in one of the very the accompanying letter will show. We fertilizers, principally in the form of phos-
best companies for the amount of the pur- have sc,.-red the services of one of the phoric acid and potash, while humus will
chase pries of the grove on the life of each best known pecan experts, and are sparing be added end the mechanical condition of
pur er of the--m -ont s. The com- no labor or expense to make this venture the soil will be improved by planting legn-
purenaser of these contract. e comn- thoroughly successful. In our judgment it minous crons like cowpeas, etc., which can
pany is to pay for the policy for the first i would e wise for the purchasers of these be also utilized to a iudieious extent in
four years, after which the purchaser properties to leave them in our hands until making nea-vine hae for the stock of the
may continue it at his own expense or I the end of the original contract, as the piece and possibly for sale.
For information about orange grove, For information about orange grove, For information about orange grove,
peaa an farm properties, addres--- pecan and farm oronerties, address- pecan ad farm properties, address-
Oran Greve Det. of Jackseno Dmel- Orange Grove Dept. of Jacksonille Dmel- Orange Orove Dept. of Jacksonvile Deel-
miCt C0. Jkacmvll Fla U. opment Co., Jacksonvmille, a. opwm t Co., Jacksonville, i,


Special Bargains in Lake County

Orange Groves.

M-20. 123 acres of choice land, a few
acres of pine timber, 20 acres cleared, 12
acres in bearing orange and grape fruit
trees, 6 room house, good barn, property
beautifully located fronting on lake, 4
miles from one of the pretties and health-
iest towns in Florida. Hard road, good
making and hunting. The fruit on the
grove this year brought $3200.00. For
good reasons this property must be sold
at once, and we are offering it for $4,600,
half cash, balance on terms.
M-21. 6 acres of land, 250 orange and
grapefruit trees, the largest trees in Lake
County, 25 trees bore 25 boxes each this
year. There is also on this property,
peaches, limes, lemons, shrubbery, etc. 20
rods front postoflice. Beautiful property
and can be bought for $2,750.00, $1,500.00
cash, balance terms to suit.
M-22. 490 trees, 7 acres, 2 acres in
timber, 6-room good new house, 8 feet
veranda 'around house, well furnished,
shade and shrubbery, good well water,
over 1,000 boxes this year, 95% bright, %
grove budded, 100 trees brought 20 boxes
to the tree. % mile from station. Large
packing house. Price, $,20.00, part cah,
balance on terms.
M-23. 8 acres, rst-class trucking land,
good as there is in the State, a very nice
log cabin, well built, three rooms, two
porches, barn. Price, 650.00, part cash,
and terms.
M-24--5 acres of land, lake front, 4-room
cottage, 350 trees, oranges, grapefruit,
tangerines, limes, lemons, peaches, pears,
kumquats, figs, mulberries, shade and
shrubbery, large harbor, roses in abund-
ance. ine garden land on lake, strawber-
ries, etc. Price, $1,250.00 cash.
M-25. Fine large house on beautiful
lake, 15 acres ood land, 8 in grove, fine
land for watermelons, for quick turn we
are offering it for $1~o2.00.
M-26. 39 acres garden and truck land,
all cleared, under good wire fence, one
miles from beat town in the State, hard
road, 300 large orange trees, large packing
house. $2,25000. Part cash and terms.
M-27. 10 areas of land, lake front, 4
room cottage, good well, barn, about 100
orange tree, 2 acres pine timber, all
under feame. $325.00 cash.
M-17. 1 mile from postoffioe, 10 acre in
grove, small house and barn, 400 orange
trees, frst-clais condition. Will bear
1,000 boxes next crop. 3,500. Terms.
M-10. Peach and orange grove, 1 mile
from depot, 54 acres of land, 25 under
cultivation, 17 in timber, 360 orange trees
in bearing, 800 choice early variety peach
trees, large variety of other fruit, a good
6-room cottage in a handsome park, good
well, soft water, large barn and other out-
buildings; property worth $3,0000, for
1,70.00 cash, S ,000.00 on time.
M-12. 13 acres of land, 10-room house,
large bars and sheds, 375 orange and
grapefruit tre, besides peaches, guavas
and figs, 2 grape arbors, beautiful shrub-
bery and shade trees, 1% acres of fine
celery land oa lake, worth $1,000.00 an
acre. This is one of the best properties
in the State for the pri $,250. Terms.
M-46 Beautifully situated on salt water
river, one mile from ocean overlooking the
river, surrounded by beautiful shade
trees, 300 ft. front, by 200ft. deep, 50
orange ree and shrubbery, closets, private
pumping plant equipped with acetylene
gas plant, broad veranda all around low-
er floor, kitchen separate from house, con-
nected by veranda. 4 bedrooms upstairs
very arge frplace in living room, ample
closets, huse beautifully arranged and
finely furnished, including roewood piano,
etc., suitable outhouses, boat dock and
handsome launch. Priest includes every-
thing as it stands. $10,000.00, half h,
balance 6%. Volusia county.
M-47. 12-room house, frst-elase condi-
tion, partly furnished, well arranged, sta-
er infamaties about range rove,
pecu and tu farm rti, adem--
Oran Grove Dpt of Jack ille Dowel-
o m ,l t Col, Ja omi Fla.


tionary bath tubs, servants' quarters, 6
bedrooms, hot and cold water, range in
kitchen, furnace in basement, registers
through the house, fire place in front par-
lor, 80 feet of verandas, portecochere, 2
barns, filtered cistern, large windmill, two
tanks, large automobile and carriage
house, well room, coachman's room, pack-
ing house; hennery with incubators, 3%/
acres land, 300 bearing fruit trees, fine
varieties, peaches, pears, guavas, etc.,
grapefruit, 1000 to 1500 boxes this year,
grove irrigated, water pressure sufficient
to throw over the house, large packing
house which could be converted into a
residence and rented for a good price. In
beautiful little town in Lake county, con-
venient to store, postoffice and depot. $7,-
500.00. Terms to suit.
M-22. New 6-room house, 8-ft. veranda
all around, well furnished, plenty of shade
and shrubbery, 490 fine orange trees, cov-
ering 7 acres, 2 acres in woods, good wa-
ter, grove had 1,00 boxes this year very
fine fruit, 100 trees with 20 boxes to the
tree, % mile from railroad station, large
packing house and outhouses, beautiful
location, near a very pretty town and lake.
$5,250.00. Half cash. Lake county.
M-48. Situated in an oak grove, pretty
little two-story cottage, overlooking a
large clear water lake, abundance of shade
and shrubbery, 6 rooms, verandas upstairs
and down, all in first-class repair, papered
throughout, curtains and matting, newly
painted, ideal location, beautiful spot, good
well water, kitchen separate from house,
back veranda, store house, new barn,
chicken houses, other outhouses, about 15
acres of good land nearly all cleared and
under fence, oranges, grapefruit, peaches
and other fruit trees. For an immediate
sale very low price of $1,250.00. Good
reasons for selling. Lake county.
M-1. % mile of lake front, right close
to beautiful town, a good two-story 6-room
house, large barn, packing and tool house,
etc., 30 acres of land, 15 acres in grove,
5 acres grapefruit, guavas, peaches, grapes,
etc., grove piped for irrigation, boiler and
engine first-class repair, most beautifully
'situated, no mosquitoes, crop last year
brought $3,00.00 Price, $8,500.00. Half
cash. Lake county.
For further information, address-
Jacksonville Development Co.,
Jacksonville, Fla.

Lake County.
M-40. 20 acres of land, 12 acres in very
fine grove, beautiful large trees full bear-
ing, 3,000 boxes estimated crop this year,
grove is fully irrigated and situated on a
beautiful lake. This grove has had every
care, no white fly, 7-room dwelling, good
barn and outhouses, within one-half mile
of railroad station and beautiful town, an
excellent investment, $7,000.00. Half cash.
M-22. 2 five-acre groves, 10 acres alto-
gether, will be sold separate or as one,
about two miles from Eustis, grove in fine
condition, irrigated with steam plant. This
is unusually good opportunity. 25 acres
of timber lend adjoining it, located on
lake, entire property $2,00.00. Half cash.
M-50. 6 miles from Eustis, 21/4 acres in
grove, 2% acres under cultivation, 10 acres
in timber land in the one tract, 152 orange
trees in good condition, 150 to 200 boxes
estimated crop this year, so you can see
these trees must be in good condition. 5
acres are enclosed in a hog tight fence, a
1%-story house, 5 rooms, summer kitchen
detached, house is ceiled all over, good
well of water, /4 mile from this place is
another place 8 to 10 acres of good garden
land, muck land, part cleared and fenced,
these two properties would make a very
valuable place together, a place on which
a man would have no trouble to make a
(Continued on page 10.)

For information about orange grove,
pecan ad farm properties, adres-
Orange Grove Dept. of Jacksonville Devel-
opment Co., Jackoville, Fla.

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JAN-S A. MOLLOMON, Editor-i-Chief
A. IMA 3S. B-u.e Mao-er
T. ARNOLD. Advrtiint Mavner
ririrk Even SMAturVayT.
marxeo kD e) .s3 .00 Per Annlu
"Trs Pnf and Its Petauots."
A esgmmeost i m01M be addie W
t*h Ilduatril ILecord Company.
Jckeonville. Fla.
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Savannah. Ge.
s-red at the Postofioe at Jacksonvile. Fla..
as meood-Olas matter
Adopted by the Executive Committee of
ae Turpetin Operators' A nation
Smetember I. 10, as its exclusive oili-
(oa of-A Adopted in anual convention
8ptember 11 as the oa also of the gea-
Adopted Aril 27th. 19, ua the official
or- of the tlatiato Cse Growers' As-
eo n1atio Adopted September 11, 190, a
the oly ofeial or-an of the T. O. A.
Oemmardbd to lumber people by special
remeoltion sqted by the Georgia Sawmil

rj nbliahing plant and the main of-
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re located at the intersection of Bay and
lewasn Streets, Jacksonville, Fla. in the
vry heart of the great turpentine and

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Mr. D. J. Herring, who is one of the
best known naval stores men in Florida,
and a worker in the ranks of the Associa-
tion noted for his enterprise and progres-
siveness, is a candidate for delegata-at-
large from the State of Florida to the
National Democratic Convention at Den-
ver. By all means let us send "Mr. Her-
ring to the Convention. No better selec-
tion could be made and the Democratic
electors of Florida will honor the State
by his selection. And Mr. Herring will
carry the honor with becoming dignity and


Some Interesting Facts Connected with
the Orange Inutry, Care of the
Tres, Etc
It is the general impression that orange
trees never grow very large, but grow
more on the order of large bushes like a
fig tree. This is true, however, only in
certain sections where the original tree has
been fromn down at the roots, and a
number of shoots have sprung up again.
and permitted to grow so as to make as
quick growth as possible, and this is also
the ease with the budded variety of citrus
fruit. They are more inclined to bushy in
their growth, and to remain so. After
they reach a certain size and come into
good hearing they seem to throw all their
strength and energy into producing the
fruit, and it's simply astonishing to see
the quantity of large, luscious heavy fruit
that can be produced on a veritable bush,
hundreds and hundreds of pounds, espec-
illy in grapefruit, which by the way
takes its name, not because it in any way
resembles a grape, neither has the flavor,
nor does it taste in any way like a grape,
but because it grows in clusters on the

For information about orange grove,
pecan and farm properties, address-
Orange Grove Dept of Jacksonville Devel-
opment C., Jacksonville, Fla.

An Interesting Letter from One of the Most

Successful Growers in Florida.

Macclenny, Fla.
Edwin Brobston, Esq., Jacksonville Development Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
Dear Sir:
The question is frequently asked, especially by new immigrants or those who
have recently moved to the State, as to which is the more profitable, orange grow-
ing, pineapple growing or truck gardening ? Before one can intelligently answer this
question and do each of the three industries justice, we must first consider the
taste and disposition of the emigrant or the person asking. If he has a decided
taste for farming and wants to see quick returns from his labor and is of a tem-
perament that the waiting of months and years would cause him to become impa-
tient, we would advise him to engage in truck growing, but if one has a taste for
fruit growing and loves to watch the development of the archard from the time
the small tree is planted until the time for it to bring forth a bounteous supply
of golden fruit, we are sure that orange growing would prove the most fascinating
industry that he could engage in and in the end, if proper location were selected
and judieiious care given in selection of varieties, would prove the most remunera-
tive of all agricultural pursuits.
Pineapple culture can hardly be considered as a competitor to either orange
growing or trucking, as it cannot be successfully conducted on the same class of
land, and for the most part, in the same section of the State. The only section
where pineapple growing has proven a commercial success is on the lower East
Coast and the Florida Keys. The class of soil used for the growing of pineapples is
very light and sandy, unsuitable for vegetables or for best results with orange or
citrus trees. In some sections of the State, a settler could engage in both citrus
growing and trucking, but in no section of the State could he engage in all three
industries with a prospect of getting the best results out of each. Truck growing
is a high class of farming, requiring the best skill of the farmer, careful cultivation
and close observation of climatic and local conditions. It is hazardous in the ex-
treme, yet capable of producing wonderfully large profits if the climatic and market
conditions are favorable.
Citrus or orange culture is the most fascinating of all horticultural pursuits, and
probably the most remunerative. The orange tree being indigenous' to the State,
thrives in accordance with the care, cultivation and fertilizer given it and responds
as quickly, if not more quickly, to good care and cultivation than any fruit tree.
Pineapple culture as it is conducted in a commercial way in this State, is probably
less hazardous than either orange growing or truck growing, while the possible prof-
its are not so great as in trucking when good seasons and good markets are met
with, or in orange growing, during a long series of years of immunity from frost,
yet year in and year out, the pineapple growers have averaged a fair profit from
their investment and labor, and today it stands as one of the surest and safest hor
ticultural pursuits in the State.
Yours truly,

tree, resembling a cluster of grapes. We the budded variety is due to the fact that
have seen as high as 30 odd large hand- it requires from 12 to 14 years to bring
some grapefruit, weighing perhaps 2 Ibe. a sweet seedling into full bearing and put
each, clustered together on one little a seedling grove on a commercial basis.
branch not larger than your wrist. These From that time on, however, the owner of
branches have to be propped up from the a large seedling grove is on a par with
ground in order to prevent the fruit from the owner of a rich gold mine from a fi-
breaking them to pees. another reason nancial standpoint, as they are the most
why the budded tree does not grow larger prolic bearers known and grow to enor-
is that when it reaches a certain size the mouse size and live for centuries with
average owner is anxious to get results, Iproper care. We have seen these large
and so he studies to fertilize his tree with i seedling trees within the past 30 days in
a kind of fertilizer at a time of the y ar the southern part of Florida that would
when the entire force of the fertilization measure from 40 to 60 feet from the
will go toward producing fruit rather ground to the top, and from 5 to 7 feet 10
than wood, and as is very often the case arith trnk tas wo so aef n
the bloom appears on the citrus tree be- ground, with their branches sprea ing
orete e crop of or es tor graefrut h ver an area of 40 feet. I have a tree
fore the crop of angesi or grapefruit has in mind that bore in one crop 10,500 mar-

that the tree is kept busy all the year neve oranges. to a person y hig atrd fo
round producing or for its fruit, and never seen sueh a sight it is very hard for
roun producing or caring ior its rnt them to imagine this rare beauty. Think
as none of the fertilizer is intended spee- otem to ivgiofg this erarvebeaguy0 Trhn
ially to make wood, the tree spends its o a grove of ths se co ing 3 or
life from year to year as btsy as a acres, covered with such quantities ol
little bee in the Spring time, producing beautiful golden fruit in contrast with the
larre, luscious, beautiful golden fruit. prettiest hue of green of the orange leaf,
eThis is not te, ho weveru wh t seed I one of the richest and prettiest o greens,
lin. variety, and we might explain the di- and as is well known, it is also an ever-
ferene obetweer seedlings anle aded ts green, as the trees never shed their leaves.
The best variety of trees, hardiest and Shome of the Enemies of the Orange Tree,
strongest, best bearers and the longest i and How to Treat Them.
lives, are produced from what is known as To a person contemplating the culture
the old sour orange. This is the native of citrus fruit, nothing an be of more vi-
variety orange which grows wild in the tal importance than to acquaint them-
Florida hammocks, and as it is a native it selves thoroughly with all of its possible
therefore makes the best stock for founda- enemies, otherwise he would be in a posi-
planted and into them is budded any va-. army without first ascertaining its full
riety of the citrus fruit family that is de- strength. A little insect known as the
sired, in fact several varieties may be I white fly has of late years been the citrus
grafted into the same root, once having tree's greatest enemy. It appears early
secured the root, but it is the sweet seed- in the spring and attacks the leaves and
ling of which we desire more specially to' fruit as well, turning it black, closing the
speak. This orange is produced from the pores, therefore stopping the circulation,
natural soee of any fine variety of orange and if permitted to continue their work
or grapefruit. This variety of tree not- would eventually kill the tree. These lit-
withstanding-the variety of opinions con- tie insets--millions and millions of them
eerning the matter, is, in our judgment, I --acumulate on a single tree, multiplying
the most profitable, longest lived, and most so rapidly at certain seasons of the year
prolific variety of citrus fruit trees that that if they once get the upper hand it
can be raisWd, and the only reason why is almost impossible to root them out.
they are not universally used instead of All kinds of sprays have been invented

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and tried with more or less success, but
it's surely a case of eternal vigilance in
a grove that has once been infested with
this pest. The white fly, however, has
only appeared in ;ome few sections of the
State. Like everything else nature has
provided even against this, that wonder-
ful nature, so wonderful are its works
indeed that we are loath to believe that
it is simply a force that works without
intelligence. A fungus has been discover-
ed by the U. S. Government officials, at
their experiment station in Florida, and it
is only fitting that we should say in this
connection that the service of these sta-
tions with their courteous, obliging and
highly intelligent officials have been of
incalculable value to all those interested
in the culture of fruits or vegetables in
the State. This fungus is a tiny little in-
sect that is the enemy of the white fly,
and destroys the eggs of the white fly
without doing any injury whatever to the
tree or fruit. This is truly a wonderful
arrangement and wherever it is applied has
worked perfectly. When the eggs re de-
stroyed the future of th te whitefly s at
an end.
Another enemy is known as scale. This
is also a little insect which appears on the
tree and attacks the fruit and causes the
fruit to be dark in color, giving it a rusty
appearance. In fact, the scale is often
called rust. This is where the term "rus-
set" comes from, the fruit that is so pop-
ular on the market known as the "Golden
Russet," some may be surprised to know
is not the natural fruit, but a diseased
fruit, or a fruit made rusty by the work-
ing of myriads of little insects cal sled ale.
They operate on the surface of the orange,
attacking the pores and causing the acid
to flow out in small quantities and the
pores become sealed by the action of the
sun turning the fruit black. It is gener-
ally conceded that this does not do the
fruit any harm, except perhaps it impedes
its development, making tl-e fruit smaller
than it would otherwise be, but as a mat-
ter of fact, an old orange man passing
through a grove, if he wants an orange to
eat, watch him, and v-u will see that he
invariably picks a russet. This, we find.
is accounted for by the fact that a russet
is apt to be sweeter than a bright, and in
many eases better fla-.wed. This scale,

For information about orange grove,
pecan and farm properties, address-
Orange Grove Dept. of Jackaenville Devel-
opment Co., Jacksonvile, Fla.



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however, if allowed to go beyond a cer-
tain point, will injure the tree as well as
the fruit and render it unmarketable. A
variety of sprays have been introduced to
overcome this enemy but with only partial
-success. It has been left for nature again
to-provide a remedy, and when discov-
Sered we are astonished to know that the
very treatment of sprays that has been so
universally used have been the greatest
enemy -to nature's enemy of the scale.
Nature's enemy to this scale is the plain,
every-day "lady bug," the same as is
found all over the world, only they live
in this climate all the year round. When
the trees are sprayed the spray destroys
the "lady bug" and her eggs, and if per-
mitted to multiply as the wise husband-
man is now doing, they will finally destroy
this enemy and make it possible for the
tree to produce only a beautiful variety
of bright fruit.
Alachua County.
M-32. A Rare Snap. 11/ miles from rail-
road station, 100 acres g hammock land
under cultivation, 40 acres woodland on
lake. 100 bearing pear trees, 100 bearing
orange trees, grapefruit, etc. Good 6-room
house, two tenement houses, two-story
barn, good water. $2,500.00 cash. Reas-
ons for remarkably low price given on ap-
M-30L A Rare Opportunity. 420 acres
Sof good land as there is in Dade county,
hammock and high pine. S. A. L. and A.
C. L. Ry.'s run through property. About
100 acres clear under wire fence, phosphate
bed on land, good two-story house, large
barn, other improvements. A comparison
will show this remarkably low at $5,500.
S,000.00 cash, balance on terms.
M-29. 1,000 acres land, 40 under culti-
vation, 7-room house, large barn, good
water, 70 acres in hammock land, 220 head
of cattle, 100 head hogs, two Jersey milk
cows, 4 miles of railroad station. For
quick purchaser entire property $6,000.00.
Half ash.
Lake County Orange Groves.
M-33. 5-acre grove, 244 budded trees,
91 grapefruit trees, 8 tangerines, 50 seed-
lings, nicely located on lake. For a quick
purchaser, $1,000.00 cash.
M-34. 23 acres land, fairly good house,
lake front, 10 acres in grove, well pro-
tected, 500 bearing trees, fine condition,
ideal home, $1,250.00.
M-12. 13 acres of land, a ten-room
house, barn, outhouses. fine grove, has had
every care, set out and cared for by an
old nurseryman, fine crop this year, acre
and half best garden land on lake shore,
iae for celery, some timber land. Worth
$3,.000.0 easy. $2,500.00 for immediate
M-11. .30 acres land, 16 acres in grove,
S5 acres in grapefruit, on beautiful lake,
good six-room house, barn and outhouses,
guavas, peaches, plums, persimmons,
grapes, limes, lemons, kumquats. Entire
grove piped for irrigation. 20-horse-power
boiler and engine. Large crop this year.
M-17. 18 acres grove, small houses and
barn in good condition, one mile from
town. $3,00.00.
M-18. large fine old house on the shore
of a beautiful lake, sand beach, fine bath-
ing, house sits 75 feet above lake, cost
For information about orange grove,
pecan and farm properties addre--
Orange Grove Dept. of Jackaaoville Devel-
ment Co., Jacksoville, l.

*8,000 to build, 10 acres in orange grove.
With small outlay could be brought upto
very profitable investment. $5,000.00.
Jacksonville Development Co..
Jacksonville, Fla.


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For information about orange grove, F. BARTOW STUBBS, I. D. CRAWFORD
pecan and farm properties, addres-
EDWIN BROBSTON, Propretor. Ma r.
Orange Grove Dept. of Jacksonville Devel-
opment Co., Jadeurmvfle, Fla. I



Beyond Question

IDuncan I. Fletcher is a strong, clean,
able man. above reproach, and connected
with no ring or faction. Ile is making the
tight on his merits, and we believe he will
win. He would make Florida a represen-
tative of whom all her people would feel
proud.-Leesburg Commercial.
Dincan U. Fletcher is without doubt the
leading candidate in the race for United
States Senator. The strongest thing in
his favor is the fact that he is known as
being free from alliance with any political
ring. Which of the generally recognized
factions is suppolting him? Neither one
appears to be. Yet among all classes and
all elements you find leading people ex-
pressing their intention of "Voting for
Fletcher." This lack of factionalism in
his campaign is going to be his greatest
strength. Watch Fletcher come out way
ahead in the first primary.-Alachua News.

Is the Leading Candidate



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living. We could sell them together for
060.00, half cash, balance on terms to
suit, or we could sell you the first place
without the extra piece of garden land for
$700.00, $400 cash, $300.00 could stand.
Deeto County.
M-52. Bowling Green, Fla., 20 acres of
land, 14 acre cleared and in cultivation,
450 orange trees, estimated crop 1,000
boxes, nice 7-room cottage, barn, stables,
chicken house, etc., beautifully located in
fine grove, about all grove is in bearing.
$,M0.0o, half cash.
M-53. 80 acres, 12 acres in grove, 4 acres
in cultivation, 0$5 trees, DeSoto county,
estimated yield for this year between
5,000 and 6,000 boxes, irrigation plant
that cost $750.0 Small house. $12,000.00
Jeferna County.
M-564 Pan Farm-100 acres land,
feared with 26-inch Elwood wire, barbed
wire top, small house and cabin, barn and
hay cover, 1,200 nice thrifty pecan trees,
six to 18 inches in diameter, several hun-
dred small trees, 3 to 4 'feet high. The
land is considered the best in that section.
M-49. Alachua Oounty, on the A. C. L.
Ry, 36 acres, 11 in bearing pecan trees,
12 acres cleared and under cultivation,
balance in hard timber, exceptionally fine
land, pecans have been in bearing about
five years, 5,000 Ibs. this year. $2,500.00.
Half ash.
M-43. 20 acres, clay sub-soil, Bradford
county, 14 acres in budded pecans, begin
bearing next year, walnuts, grapes, chest-
nuts, chinquspins and mulberries. Com-
fortable dwelling of four rooms. Good barn
and outhouses, fenced. $2,000.00. One-
third cash.
For any of the above, address-
Jacksonville Development Co.,
Jacksonville, Fla.
For information about orange grove,
peca and farm properties, address-
Orane Grove Dept. of Jacksonville Devel-
epmet Co. Jacksonville Fla.

Some Exceptional Valu

Volusia County.
10-acre grove, good condition, 8-room
house, good drinking water, one mile from
town, 1,00 boxes oranges last year.
20-acre grove, 738 trees, 300 grapefruit,
8-room house, bath, good water, half mile
out, fine road, beautiful shrubbery, $7,000.
O-acre grove, 1,500 trees, 3 miles out,
buildings. Snap, $7,000.00.

30-acre grove, 20 in grove, 10 in timber,
in city. $8,000.00.
55-acre grove, 4 acres in grove, 30 in
timber, balance cleared, house, other build-
ings, 3 miles out, $18,000.00.
35-acre grove, 5 in grove, about 200 or-
ange trees, 150 peach trees, 10 acres in
timber, balance cleared, good bearing peach
trees, orange trees three years old, one
mile out. $1,250.00.
25-acre grove, 15 in grove, 10 in pine
timber, 3 miles out. $2,000.00.
At Sanford, Fla-10-acre grove, 700
boxes last year, 12 room house, very fine
property, water and rail transportation.
Grove can be brought up to 2,000 boxes.
Kissimmee, Fl.-17 acres, 500 trees, 300
young trees, all in good condition, 500
boxes last year, 6-room house, good water,
near town, unusually good proposition.
$3,000.00. Terms.
Within 5 miles'of Jacksonville, on river,
100 acres, 2 under cultivation. 12-room
house, 4-room house, 800 orange trees,
new wharf, on county road, $6,000.00. Half
cash, and terms.
Within 12 miles of Jacksonville, 20 acres,
250 orange trees, old house, good land,
about half cleared, beautifully situated on
river. $1,500.00. Half cash and terms.
Full description of any of above prop-
erties gladly furnished.
For information about orange grove,
pecan and farm properties, address
Orange Grove Dept. of Jacksonville Devel-
opmat Co, Jacksonville, Fla.

es in Orange Groves.

M-27. 11.66 acres fine pineapple land, a
little slice beautifully located on the Fla.
East Coast Ry., in the pineapple belt, %/
mile from railroad station, on rock road,
good hammock land, $30.00 an acre.
Fort Pierce, Fla.
10 tracts of land around Ft. Pierce, good
pineapple land, ranging in price from $10
to $150.00 per acre.
Volusia County.
M-35. 40 acres, 25 clear, 15 pine tim-
ber, 31/ acres fine orange grove, two acres
in peaches, other fruit, large barn and
chicken house, 5-room house, veranda,
good well, all under wire fence, situated
on a lake. $1,500.00.
Martin, Fla.
M-31. Center of Trucking Industry. A
rare opportunity for the right man. 25
acres in beans, wax and green, 35 acres in
corn, 20 acres in peanuts, 10 acres in to-
matoes, one acre in cucumbers, 5 good
mules, cow and calf and 11 hogs, one build-
ing block in town, choice location. 150
ft. from depot, on which is a pear orchard,
store building 25x45, two dwelling houses,
one 5-room and one four-room, one ser-
vants' house, a cistern and deep well, also
barn andn stable with 7 stalls. In addi-
tion to this 40 acres of choice lands with
4-room tenement house, two 2-horse wag-
ons, one 1-horse wagon, one buggy, 100
bushels corn, 3 tons of hay, $7,500.00. Half
Near Gainesville, Fla.
M-49. 20 acres of land, under fence,
6-room house, store room, smoke house,
barn and stable, wagon shed, 10 brooding
houses and chicken pens, good water sup-
ply from pump 85 ft. deep, healthy loca-
tion, for chickens, good range for cows,
For information about orange grove,
pecan and farm properties, address-
Orange Grove Dept. of Jacksonville Devel-
opment Co, Jacksonville, Fl.

hard road to town. Free rural delivery.
On A. C. L By., with shipping platform
on place, 36 acres, 11 in budded pecans, 12
acres in cultivation, balance in hardwood
timber, exceptionally fine lands, good bog
and cattle range, pecans have been being
for 5 years, 5,000 lbs. of nuts estimated
for this year. $*260.00.
Micanspy, Flna.
M-32. 200 acres good hammock sad
under wire fence, 150 under cultivation,
rest in pine timber, on lake, 15 to 20 acres
in old orange grove, grapefruit, etc., 6-room
house in good condition, two tenement
houses, two-story barn, good well, good
reason for selling. -3,600.00. Half ash.

M-55. 5 acres in thriving village, bud-
ded trees in bearing, 5-room neat cottage,
small shedded pinery, nice resident lLa -
tion, $1,750.00.
M-66. 10 acres land, 8 in grove, 400
orange and grapefruit trees, estimated
yield for this year, 1,000 boxes, 5-room
cottage, barn, etc., 2 miles from railroad
station, fine fruit land. $300.00.
M-57. 20 acres all in budded trees, or-
ange and grapefruit, just coming in bear-
ing, under fence, 3 miles from postoffle.
church, school house and store. $1,750.00.
M-58. 20 acre land, 400 orange and
grapefruit trees, 200 old bearing trees,
young budded just bearing, 4-room houae,
implements, etc. $5,000.00.
M1-59. 60 acres land, about 20 cleared,
12 acres in grove, 700 fine old bearing
seedlings, orange and grapefruit trees, bai-
ance fine young healthy orange and grape-
fruit trees, just bearing, 100 bearing tLn-
gerines, kumquats, etc. ,estimated yield
this year, 2,500 boxes. This is a very aIm.
grove property. 4 miles from thrifty grow
ing little town, excellent truck land, houe,
but of little value, irrigated on small scale.
For information about orange grove,
pecan and farm properties, address-
Orange Grove Dept. of Jacksoaville Devel-
opment Co, JackeS ville, Fa.



M-00. 30 acres land, 8 aeres in "rove,
old bearing trees, yield 1,000 boxes a year.
Price, $35,0O0.
M-61. 40 acres land, 18 acres fenced and
in cultivation, 9 acres in grove, 4 in old
being seedlings, 4 in young budde, or-
age and grapefruit, good house, barn, etc.

M-2. 35 acres land, 8 acres in grove,
150 large bearing seedlings, about 200
young budded, just bearing, small two-
room house, good water, 20 acres cleared
besides the grove, 2 miles from fine Iown.
$3 0000.
M-63. 107 acres land, 8 acres in trees,
50 orange and grapefruit, 100 old bearing
seedlings, 400 budded young bearing trees.
small log house, barn etc., 2 miles from
growing town, 23 acres fine upland bam-
mock uncleared, about 12 acres in culti-
vation altogether. $3,000.00.

M 64. 12 acres land, 5 acres in grove
114 old bearing trees, 2 acres in young
budded oranges, 2 acres in young budded
grapefruit, bear this year, 1% miles from
town, fine land, $,50.00.
M-65. 30 acres land, with small grove
100 old bearing trees, orange and grape
fruit. 2%/ miles from fine town, good 5
room house, barns, stable, etc., excellent
trucking land. $2,000.00
M-66. 210 acres land, 200 orange trees
150 old bearing seedlings, 10 acres in culti
ovation besides grove, good well, good pack
ing house, double log cabin, finished i
plank, fine spring water, barns, etc.,
miles from good town. Perfect health con
editions. $5,000.00.
For any of the above, address-
Jacksonville Development Co.,
Jacksonville, Fla

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I would invite your attention to some
of the various legislation which was intro-
duced in the Florida House of Represen-
tatives during the session of 1903. A bill
was introduced with a view of securing
revenue out of the naval stores business.
The argument was presented that by fur-

Uahking certain tags or labels, as is done
in the inspection of fertlisers, a revenue
to the State could be made out of this
business. The naval stores people would
aot pay it; that it would come out of
the purchasers of these supplies. This bill
was killed. I made a speech in opposition
to it. My recollection is that I am the
only oae who made such a speech. There
may have been ohera.
There was a committee of men, engaged
in the naval stores business, at Tallahas-
se during the session of the legislature.
Owing to my record, being friendly to
their interests, I was requested to intro-

duce and take charge of the following
bill: "House Bill No. 547, a Bill to be
entitled an Act to Prevent and Prohibit
the Adulteration of Spirits of Turpentine
and Naval Stores, etc."
I do not take any credit for simply
doing my duty. I think, however, it
might be well or some of you gentlemen
to know who has been your fried in the
legislature. As you know, I am a can-
didate for Governor of Florida. Any as-
sistance you can give me will be highly
appreciated. I have the honor of being,
Very respectfully yours,
Candidate for Governor of Florida.

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A Few Specially Good Values for Attractive M. A. BAK R INVO AND

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River, high bluff, beautiful quiet town, nice steads, open fire places, bath room, ete.
surroundings, first-class neighbors, 20- Everything that could be desired for a
room house overlooking the river; every winter home. Also a pretty little cottage
modern improvement, including electric with four rooms veranda, stable and
lights, golf links, large tract of land, fruit dwelling combined, accommodations for
trees trek garden. $8,000.00. Terms to man and wife, other buildings all in splen-
suit did condition. Artesian well, flowing wa-
10 miles from Tampa, on rock road, 80 ter, fitted for ;irrigating hydrants with
acres, 40 acres cleared and under fence, pipe to reach all over the place. Over
house and other good buildings, large three hundred trees, oranges, grape fruit,
dwelling, 200 orange trees, good water, ex- tangerines, lemons, limes, mangroves,
cellent neighborhood. $4,000.00. guavas, peaches, pears, bananas, grapes
29s/ acres, on beautiful lake, 'large and pineapples. Good fishing. Bathing all
house, surrounded by shade trees, palms, the year round. Horse and wagons, all
and tropical plants, situated 50 ft. above necessary implements. 15 varieties of
like, 6 aeres in orange grove, about 1,000 roses, tropical and semi-tropical shrubs in
boxes last year, fine land, other fruit abundance. Almost immune from frost.
trees. An ideal winter home. All build- Perfectly healthy. We are offering this
ings in first-elass condition. Boat house, place for a few days for $8,00.00. Terms
launch, furnishings and equipment, ready to suit.
to walk in and hang up your hat. Price Situated at Leesbmr, Fa.-A very fine
without launch and furnishings, $7,500.09 home, beautiful lawn, shrubbery, palms Write me fa Trp..O. B. n tat shir PsentUu
Beautiful Winter Home--About 35 miles and shade trees. House is large, well built Atlis sold aaor a iarmas.
south of Tampa, west coast, on Palma Sola with all modern conveniences. It is con- WORK THROVGH THE COVMTILR PILOMPTLY ATTI ODD tO
Bay, which opens out into the Gulf of sidered very cheap at $10,000. If sold at
Mexico; 27 acres of land, 10 acres in ham- once, it can be had for 7,000.00. he Lrest d Ole Cpr W k t Sat.
moc, very rich soil, 17 acres under nce- EDWIN B STON The Largest and Oldest Copper Works i the South
tivation, with a beautiful and well ap- My lty I r w I t o t
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plenty of broad verandas, furnished in Jacksonville, Fla. BRUNSWICK, GA. a l PENSACOLA, FLA.

(Continued from page 5.)
for any man making a failure.
It is under stood that we are always
pleased to have the purchaser of any grove
property have all the fruit that they can
reasonably use for family purposes during
the fruit season without any charge what-
This affords a most attractive and eco-
nomical plan for the man with moderate
means to purchase a property which in
all reasonable probability will bring him
in an independent income for life, and give
him a home in the finest state in the
Union, with a climate mild and pleasant
all the year round, and with health con-
ditions as good as can be found anywhere
on earth.
This is a plain, straight business prop-
osition, giving an opportunity to purchase
by making a small payment, and without
intrt, a valuable grove property at
about its actual cash value.
This is in our opinion a perfectly safe
investment, as well as being an extremely
attractive proposition in other respects,
and we are showing our confidence in it
by purchasing these properties ourselves
and investing large sums of money in
them, to come back to us only on small
payments and without any interest. This
shows our unbounded confidence, beyond
a question of a doubt, and our faith in the
success of the orange industry in Florida
beyond question. Our position is the re-
asltt of years of experience and the most
thorough and careful thought and investi-
Jacksonville Development Co.,
Jacksonville, Fla.


Paper Read Before the State Horticultural
Society in Jacksonville by Director
A J. Mitchell of the U. S.
Weather Bareau.
What inferences can be drawn from the
facts before us' We say, without hesi-
tation, that the only conclusion apparent
to us is that the cold of February, 1899,
was simply a case of climatic history re-
peating itself, for just sixty-four years
and Ive days previous the same degree of
cold practically enveloped Florida.
No Revolution Has Taken Place.
In support of the assertion that no rev-
olution has taken place in the climate of

Florida, the temperature data of the Jack-
sonville station for February have been se-
lected for examination. The average tem-
perature for February from 1839 to 1856
was 56*. From 1872 to 1809 581". The
average temperature from 1839 to 1809 was
58.9. The established normal for the
month of February is 58.4*, showing, in-
stead of a deficiency, an excess in heat of
0.5 of a degree. We have made a distinc-
tion in the data for the reason that the
records used from 1830 to 1856 were com-
piled by the late Dr. A. S. Baldwin, whom
we know to have been a careful observer.
From 1872 to 1899 are compilations of the
Weather Bureau.
In accepting these figures. it is well to
state that changes in exposure of instru-
ments, elevation above the ground, and
freedom from radiation and reflected heat
are all sources of error, and if each were
allowed a proper correction there might be,
possibly, a slight change in the general
Again, discussing February data, we find
the mean temperature for that month in
1895 was 47.6. The same month in 1899
was 58.4. So we see, while February,
1899, gave us a minimum temperature of
4 lower than February, 1805, the monthly
temperature for February, 1899, averaged
7.8* higher, apparently emphasizing the
fact that these anti-periodical cold waves
are of a fortuitous nature. Making fur-
ther comparison between February, 1895,
and 1899, we find the former closed with
a deficiency in heat 341. while the same
month of 1809 gave a deficiency of only
88'. These facts may throw some light
on the resulting damage to citrus trees.
Annual Mesa Temperature Hot Changing.
Taking a broader view of the situation,
we find that since a weather station was
established in Jacksonville only about 20
per cent of the years have given a tem-
perature decidely below the annual nor-
mal, and that the annual temperature was
a degree or more above the normal in
1894 and 1895, years noted as giving min-
imum temperatures of 14.
It appears there is not the slightest rela-
tion between years of decidedly low mini-
mum temperatures and annual mean tem-
peratures for the same period. For in-
stance, the annual mean temperature for
1880 was about 1' below the normal, with
a minimum for the year of 15'. In 1894-95
the annual mean temperature was about
1 above the normal, with a minimum
of 1 lower than the record of 1886. Again

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Naval Stores factors. Wholesale Grocers.

Savarniah L Bruuswick, GaL

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J. A. G. CA sN. President J. F. DIummaY.,st Vice-PrMldent
T.A. JanIaxNG. 2nd Vice-President. H. L. K~YTr 3d Vice-Preddent ad Sfc.
H. F. E. Scuurmu.J Treasrer.


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Naval Stores Producers are INavted to Correspoud With Us.
1tIoI I Iii s II I I a1nn1 o n ISII II III IltS I tI l I3a1 In IISI

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in 18O, with a minimum of 19* the an- waves it is unnecessary to speak. I may greatest controlling agent of climate." mans cunning after ceaseless vigil and
nual man temperature was a degree and say that the beet thought of the day is Temperature Les Important than Rainfall tireless effort. Franklin snatched the
a half above the normal, against the idea of climatic change. We know that invidious comparisons lightning from the heavens by long inves-
Referring to the effects of the cold of We are willing to accord man great are not in the best taste, but they are tigation and intelligent research. Edi-
183 the following comment was made: credit for his masterly strides during the necessary at times to impress us with our son encompassed the electric current after
"Evergreen oaks shed their leaves; or- past half century, but we can conceive of own good fortune. We have had freezes, profound study and unflagging seal, and
ange trees were split to the roots, and of no act on his part whereby will result a the damages from which have been coex- may we not hope some day to discover the
course were killed, roots and all." permanent change in the effects of solar tensive with the domains of the State, i secret of present meteorological mysteries?
Regarding these old records, we note energy upon our planet. but I wish to impress upon you the fact What a grand achievement it would be,
that one day in January, 1852, "snow fell To admit that the clearing of forests, that the question of temperature is of less with the dawn o fthe twentieth century, if
all the morning," and in February, 1855, for instance, affects our climate would be importance than any other factor or ele- it were possible to announce that meteor-
"snow fell on the 27th." placing in the hands of man the destiny meant entering into a discussion of success- j ology were progressing favorably toward
The lowest temperature at Jacksonville of sections, States, countries, and nations. ful agriculture or horticulture. The dom- a degree of exactness; that many of the
during March, since 1872, was 26 during While we admit that the effects of defor- inating, essential, and vital requisite is the present tantalizing enigmas with which we
the current year. We find that on the station upon climate may be an open matter of rainfall. This we generally have to contend in forecasting were laid
3d of March, 1833, ice formed in this vicin- question we accept the remarks of Profes- have in seasonal sufficiency for all crops, bare, and the husbandman could proceed
ity, showing practically the same degree of Ror Moore, who said: "Broadly speaking, and this great positive factor makes Flor- to the field and grove with well-founded
cold. the variation of insolation from day to ida conspicuous as a place where total assurances as to the character of weather
With regard to the conditions contribut- night and from season to season, with crop failures are unknown. which the week, month, or year held in
ing to the formation of these severe cold changing declination of the sun, is the The exactness of astronomy yielded to store.

Do You Take the Record?

If you do not you are failing to read and be profited by
one of the strongest champions the "man in the woods"
has ever had in the newspaper or trade journal field. For
six years the Industrial Record has stood on the firing line
in the interest of the producers of naval stores. How well
it has done its work every constant reader of the paper can
tell. "It has been worth hundreds of thousands of dollars
to the operators wrote one friend to us. We hope so. Of
the past, however, let others speak. The future is before us,
and it means that the Record must keep its place behind the
guns. We shall not flinch.
All we ask you to do, and do it now, please send tid
paper $3.00 for one year's subscription. It takes several
thous nd dollars a year to run the Record. We want
you--you who are reading these lines to do your share--
will you do it?
Sincerely yours,

Jacksonville, Fla., 1908.
Jacksonville, Fla.
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In the Court of the County Judge shares of One Hundred Dollars each.
for Duval County, Florida. Section 2. All of the above named eapi-
In Probate. tal stock shall be subscribed for and paid
In the matter of the Estate of in full, either in cash, goods, property be-
John Oram, deceased, longing to the business or services render-
In the name of the State of Fl ed, the e of ori. e v of such property, labor and
Whreas, Katie Oram, as Administra- services to be ixed by the undersigned in-
trix of the Itate of Jon C. ram, de- om before compete organiation,
:eeaed, has filed in this Court her peti- or by the Board of Directors after com-
tion, pryi tht she be ordered to take plete organization, at any meeting called
pssessqi of the real estate described in for seh purpose.
ad petitn, to-wit: Lots 1I). One, (2) Section 3 Property, labor and services
Two, (3) Three and (4) Four, in Block may be prehased and paid for with eapi-
(11) Eleven, aeeording to the map or plan tal stock at a just valuation of such
-of Pablo Beaelh North, in the County of property, labor and services, to be fixed by
Duval and State of Florida, which asid the Board of Directors at any meeting
map or plat was duly recorded in the called for such purpose.
Clerk's Ofi of Duval County, Florida, in Article IV.
Book I of Plats, pages 10 and 11, as the Section 1. Said corporation shall exist
assets of the Estate of said decedent, John and continue for ninety-nine years.
C. Oram; and that all persons in posses- Article V.
m of said tract of land or any part Seetion 1. The business of said cor-
thereof, holding under said decedent, sur- poration shall be conducted by a Presi-
ruder possession of the same to said Ad- dent, Manager, Secretary, Treasurer, As-
mlaistratrix, and the Court will order the sistant Treasurer and a Board of three
sale of said land at private sale to pay Directors, which said Board of Directors
the debts of said Estate. shall be made up of the President, Seere-
These are, therefore, to cite and admon- tary and Treasurer. The business of the
ih Mary B. Oram, of Barre, in the County company shall be conducted by L. H.
of Washington and State of Vermont. White, President. Paul Nickerson manager
Charles H. Oram, of Brandon, Rutland and C. L Trowell, treasurer, until the next
Ounty, 8tate of Vermont, Elisabeth T. election of offers.
Oram, lesle J. Oram, Katherine M. Oram The offices of President and Assistant
ad John 0. Oram, Jr., all of the said Treasurer may be held by one and the
town of Brandon, State of Vermont, the same person, as well as the office of Sec-
last two being minors, heirs at law of rotary and Treasurer. Al of the afore-
said decedent John C. Oram, Charles said officers must be stockholders and shall
Peler, Esquire, as Guardian ad-litem for be elected by the stockholders on the first
said minor heirs at law, and all person Tuesday in April, 1909, and annually
interested to appear in this Court on the thereafter. They shall hold office until
30th day of May, A. D. 1908, and show their succesors are elected and qualified,
euses if any they have why the prayer provided always, that any or all of said
of said petition should not be granted, officers may, at any time, without notice,
Witness my name and seal as County be removed by the stockholders, and others
Judge of the County aforesaid this the elected to fill such vacancies at any reg-
li day of April, A. X. 10. ular or special meeting.
(Curt Seal) H. B. PHILIPS, Article VI
4-2-M County Judge. Section 1. The highest amount of in-
debtedness to which said corporation can
WOTICB O0 APPLICATIOW FOR LBT- at any time subject itself, is Five Thous-
T- PATENT. and Dollars.
NOTICE i hereby given that the sub- Article VII.
mlribers herto will apply to the Governor Section 1. The names, residences and
of the State of Florida on the 20th day of amount of stock subscribed for by each
May, A. D. 1908, for Letters Patnt under of the subscribing incorporators, are as
the following propped ate. follows:
L. H. WHIT, L. H. White, Jacksonville, Fla., 185 shares.
0. TROWE LL, C.. Trowell, Jacksonville, Fla., 10 shares.
PAUL NICKESON, I Paul Nickerson, Jacksonville, Fla., 3 shares
S- FRANK HAISQN, L Frank Harrison, Jacksonville, Fla., 1 share.
CLAUDE DENNY. I Claude Denny, Jacksonville, Fla., 1 share.
ENTS, That we, the undersigned, do here-' C. I. TROWELL,
by associate ourselves together and form PAUL NICKERSON,
a body polite and corporate under and by FRANK HARRISON,
virte of the laws of the State of Florida, CLAUDE DENNY.
and do adopt the following Articles of State of Florida, County of Duval, ss:
Ineorporatim: Personally appeared before the subscri-
Article L ber, a Notary Public in and for the State
Section 1. The name of this corporation of Florida at Large, L. H. White, C. I.
all be "Whites Baking Company. Trowell, Paul Nickerson, Frank Harrison
eetion 2. The geral offices and prin- and Claude Denny, who are each person-
elal place of business of said corporation aly known to me, and known to me to be
hall be in the city of Jacksonville, Duval the persons who signed the foregoing Ar-
County, Florida. tiles of Incorporation and each acknowl-
1Article II edged to me that he signed and made him-
Setio 1. The general nature of the self party to such Articles of Ineorpora-
busines to be transacted by said corpor- tion for the purposes therein expressed.
tion shall be in engaging in buying and In witness whereof, I have hereunto set
selling at wholesale and retail, bakers' my hand and official seal this 16th day of
goods, bakers' supplies, fixtures and ma- April A. D. 1908.
winery, and groceries; maintaining and SAM'L W. FOX,
operating a cold storage plant. It shall (SeaL) Notary Public.
also have full power to own, hold, buy, Commission expires July 31, 1909.
sell, rent, leas and mortgage any and all
kinds of personal property and real es-
tate; do a general brokerage and eommis- r
aiO business, either such as is necessary
to carry on other business herein provided
for, or as an independent business. CARK,
Article in. hi la rreed1 t Ste.
Section 1. The amount of the author-
id Impiyal elta of aid corporate sen rJh ,ac mvln i.
be Twenty Thousand Dollars, divided into


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Manufacturers of TURPENTINE STILLS
Complete Outfits and Extra Kettles, Cape, Arms, Worms, Fr-
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Old Stills taken i New Work "repiriS d
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excellent Shaving Sets, Fine Umbrellas, Silver
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Na~tl Stores Factors and Commission

C. UW. WPes idm. J. A. Fwing, Vce.-Presidet.
E. 5. WelU Seretery nmd Treasurer.

MirCQt O C.. mrnm. J. A. Ewing. R.S. Hll,
IC. ngC W. E.Cm B. Wells. W S.
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THE SOUTH. establishedd in inx.)
Ol Rye. By the gallon, $3.00; four full
qurts, .0, express prepaid.
GOIO. J. OOLEMAN-Pure Rye; Rich
and Mellow. By the gallon $2.75; four
fur quart. $3.00, express prepaid.
R ANVL YE-Pure Substantial Family
W 3k. By the gallon &.50; four fll
qrtmhe -paid.
CLIVFORD -- te gallon $2.25;
four ful quart 2.6, express prepid.
OLD KltUCKYO CORN-Direct from
Boroal Warehouse; fine and old. By the
pllrm 8.60; four full quarts $3.50, expre
IWlM. k D apgo m l e; faur tlUqw 3.6, express prepaid.
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The Aitmsyor 4 Flstsu Liquor Company
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