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: September 12, 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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The Operators' Opportunity
This issue of the Industrial Record contains a
synopsis of the prospectus of the proposed corpor-
ation to be known as The Naval Stores Marketing
Company. A Board of Trustees has been named
by the Committees that have formulated the plans
for the organization of the company and this board
will organize the Company, elect its Directors and
arrange all details of incorporation, management
and operation, and will receive all subscriptions to
the stock of the company.
Success depends upon the support of the Oper-
ators and their promptness in coming forward with
subscriptions to the stock. With such a magnifi-
cent Board of Trustees and with the co-operation
of the Operators, the company will prove profitable
to the stockholders and beneficial to the naval
stores industry. Read the Industrial Record for


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Our customers say "It pays to use Atlantic Barrels."
Telephones 3444-764. Office Consolidated Building.
J. McN. Wright, Manager. Jacksonville. Fla.

East Coast Lumber Co.
GOES EVERYWHERE Yellow Pine Lumber

North, South, East and West Bundled Rosin Barrel Staves in Carload Lots
Steamer Shipments a Specialty.
Consult the "Purple Folder."
For detailed information, rates, schedules, reser- WATERTOWN, FLORIDA
nations, see your nearest ticket agent. Call on or
write to .. .s 6SS SS-S S
A FRITOT, JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Branches: Ocala and Lake City
Division Passenger Agent, The largest leading State Bank in Jacksonville. Is conducted in an old-
fashioned strictly conservative manner and is subject to regular examiaatisa
FRANK C. BOYLSTON. Tray. Pass. Agent. by the Comptroller.
ZrIneividual and Savings Aeeouts solicited.
ATLANTIC COAST LINE. Jacksonville. Fla. H. ROBmSON, W. 3 OWEN, H. GA U.AD,
PresiMet. Vice-President. Cae-r.


Branches: Savannah, Ga., and Pensacola, Fla.

J. C. LITTLE, Secretary and Treasurer at Jacksonville; J. Q. HODGES, Assistant Secretary at Savannah; J. K. ROZIER, Assistant Secretary at Penaacola.
EXEZCUTIVE COMMITTEE: W. W. Cummer, W. F. Coachman, W. J. Hillman, C. B. Rogers, and A. S. Hubbard.
DIRECTORS: W. J. Hillman, W. W. Cummer, D. H. McMillan, W. F. Coachman, W. C. Powell, H. L. Covington, C. B. Rogers, John H. Pow-ll. A. S. Hub-
bard, S. A. Alford, C. W. Deen, R. 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 Company. Its interests are Identical with those
of the Producers. The patronage of turpentine operators everywhere Invited.
Two Million acres of Land and Timber for sale on easy terms.
Producers are invited to call or correspond.





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Olv OScie" Oqpn of Trpelim Opera AmociAl Adoled April 27. b03. Oici Orga i Ol ofihe I .r-SlAie C.me GowW-' As n Emdoed Ib Gem Saw mll Amociof. Oi alo Om of ilOi mme S1Ii GrewI S A1 mlfinil.

Good News for Turpentine Operators

Naval Stores Marketing Company Being Organized With Ample Capital

to Secure Supremacy of Competition as the Basis of Prices.

Prospectus Issued. Board of Trustees Named to Per-

fect Organization of Proposed Company.

After weeks of hard work. the Naval
Stores Committee of the Jack'mynville
Board of Trade,. and the Executive Com-
mittee and ( committee on Ways and
Means of the Turlpentine Osperators' As-
sociation, acting jointly, have perfected
plans and issued a prospectus for the
organization of a corporation to be known
as The Naval Stores Marketing Company.
Every person familiar with the naval
stores industry knows of the conditions
that have brought about the necessity for
the organization of this company. The
Industrial Record published last July the
Resolutions adopted by the Jacksonville
Board of Trade at its regular meeting on
July ., 1908. in which, after setting forth
the facts in regard to the deplorable con-
ditions that haxe existed for the past yeai
in the naval stores market, and wnlch
conditions still continue with no signs of
improvement, the following statcmect
was made:
"The continuance of the present condi-
tions seriously endanger the pros-
perity of the industry and the develop-
ment of Florida anti other naval
stores producing states. Prompt and
vigorous action is necessary to courect
these abuses and restore to thin industry
the beneficial effects of the law of supply
and demand upon prices. A restoration
of normal trade conditions and tile ir
establishment of competition in the naval
stores market will immediately be follow-
ed by a rise in prices and the overthrow
of arbitrary discrimination against Flor-
ida ports. Iand owners, lumber men.
turpentine producers and factors, bankers,
wholesale and retail merchants, trans-
portation lines and business men general-
ly are deeply and vitally concerned in this
movement. Whoever has an interest m tne
development of Florida and the (iulf states
should take this situation to heart. It is
the duty of every property owner and
business man in Florida to contribute his
personal assistance and financial aid to
any movement tending to the relief of the
naval stores business from the opplrssion
of monopoly.
The Recommendations.
"Be it further Resolved, That this Ioard
is of the opinion that relief from the exist-

ing conditions can Iest Iew found in tlhe
organizattioll, iy the business men or tills
State and elsewhelrei in the turlpsltine lIlt.
of a crpoiralion of ample capital to handle,
distribute and! market naval stores on a
tcomlimissilon or brokerage basis. Such an
organization having branches in the prin-
cilal market, of Eurol)e and America, will
Ihe in imnlnltliate touch with tle consumer;
and selling on commission, it would have
no incentive to still competition ow main-
tain arbitrary prices in tlhe interests of
speculators and monolmlies. Such a com-
pany would not lhe intended to displace
legitimate naval stores dealers. Its busi-
ness eouldl Il. conducted in harmony with
thel present system. But the operation
of such distributing company would con-
tinuously and at all times insure the
supro'nucy of competition as the basis of
prices, give ,'jual treatment to natural
channels of trade, and make an end of dis-
erimination against Ipersons and plates."
Prospectus Presented.
Carrying out the intent of the resolu-
tions, the joint committees of the Board of
Trade and the Turplentine operators As-
sociation has issued a prospectus of The
Naval Stores Marketing Company. The
prospectus states:
"It is proposed that the corporation
s1:all have a capital stock of not less than
one million dollars, or more than two mril-
ion dollars; thel stock being dividetl into
shares of the par \alue of one houn med
dollars each. In order to secure continuity
of management 2and a consistent policy
until the company has securely establish-
ed its business, it is prooi.,set that all the
stock of the company. except so Imulch as
is necessary to qualify the directors to
hohl oflice, shall It' vested in the trustee
mentioned Io-low. and their successors, for
a lpriiod of live (5) years. Thel trustees
will issue to each stoc-kholder a certilieate
of his holdings in the e rlaoration. Such
certificates are to l*e transferable, ainl ato
Ile substantially as called for in the sub-
scription agreement.
-Tlhe conmnitteet of tlhe Board of Trade
and the Tlurpentine Olerators- Asstocia-
tion have secured. the consent of the fol-
lowing gent letmeii to act as a board of
trustees to organize the proposed company

and toI act as voting trustees of the stock-

T. A.. -Iciinlgs. President The Williams
('C.. ltLnsi.iLCla. Fin.
\V. 11. lendelrsion. ( capitalist. Tampa.

Jalne's P. Taliaferr. UInited States
Senator. Jaeksonville, Fla.
('. II. Itarne-. President Barnes-Jesnup
Co(tmpalny, Jacksonville. Flia.
hDuncan U. Fleteher. I'nitetl States
Senator-elect. Jacksonville. Fla.
( orge I-. Drew. President l)rew Lumlatr
Company. Jlaeksonville. Fla.
(. It. Il Irs. President C(onsolidate
( ro -ery (Company. .lacksonville. Fla.
IL. II. Paul, Vice-President East Coast
LumlItr ('o.. Watertown, Fla.
.1. W. West. President West -lynn-
Ilarri- (Co., .lacksonville. Fla.. Valdosta,
.J. (. Boyd. President The Turpentinie
lOperators' Asso, nation. Bartow, Fla.
1l. V. ( ovington. Presidlcnt Tlie Coving-
ton ('o., .Jackson vil le.Fla
W. W'. C ummer. President Cumnmer .inm-
her ('o., Jaeksonville. Fla.
F. I.. Sweat, Vice-Plresident CitIzens-
Bank. Douglas, (Ca.
S. II. Fullerton, President (uilf LunImer
('o., Fullerton, IA., St. louiiis. M1'o.
Sami Park, President Industrial Liumler
Co.. enauoiiint, Texas.
Paul I). Rust. Capitalist. Itoston. lMass.
R. A. L- tong. President .ong-Itell Lumner
Co.. l'ltidlilr. l.a.. Kansas City. iMo.
"'This I.mrd of Trustees will re<'eive all
subscriptions to stoc-k in this company, andl
rt'.cive payments therefore, organize the
comllpally, elect its directors, and arrange
aill such details of the incorporation,
ianatge'ment and operation of the company
as shall lit neves'a.ry to ilaee it upon a
sound and firm Ibasis."
Prompt Organization Urged.
After stating whlien and on what terms
subscriptions to stock in the company are
payable tile i prosjsetus concludes as fol-
lows :
"'It is unnecessary to iall your atten-
tionl to tilhe ililiMortanic. f the organiza-
tion of this 'olipaanV.y at as early a date
as possible. The minmnitt.e of the Board
of Trade and the Tlurls'ntine (operators'

Association believe that the organization
of this company will prove to Ist profitable
to its stockholders and beneficial to the
naval store., industry, and it is hoped that
the suliscri,ptions will be sufficient to per-
nit tihe organization of this company at
an early latee"
Up to All Interested.
It is now up to the naval stores oper-
ators, factors and all others interested m
the naval stores industry to show that
they desire to improve conditions.
The names of the gentlemen who have
consented to act as a hoard of trustees are
those of nmen of the highest standing in
the business world. With such men in
charge, success is assured provided the
olaerators and others interested are prompt
ill their subscriptions to the stock of the
pr oposed company.
The Executive Conmmittee of the Special
Committee on Naval Stores of the Jack-
sonville Board of Trade. to whom all in-
terestedi should apply for further informa-
tion. consists 4.f tieorge L. Drew, Chair-
ll;tl: (liarles B. Rogers. Vice-Chairman;
IItlibrt V. Covington, Edwin Brobston.
John S. Franz. James .1. Io gan, Walter P.
(oriltt and It. H. Richardson, secretary.

Advertised goods are the best.
Advertising manufactures business.
Advertising was once regarded as an
adjunct. now it is an essential.-Printers'
That business which is so "different"
that it cannot he helped by advertising,
usually remains "different."
:olil, silver, iron, copper, zinc. tin and
many other useful minerals, stones and
clays are found in various .~o'uthern
States. There is not an acre of land in the
South that rteluires. irrigation to make it
The business of a bank i- dependent up-
on the confidence of the public-the funda-
mental prince u rlincilt ull ng successful
advertising for a hank. therefore is to
increase confidence. Confidence is a thing
which is not created in at day; it is a flower
which often withers suddenly. but which
ca;n t1 made to> grow -lowly.-S-utlterlh-- --
Banker. A


l 4 egir tIhanif in I lhe p1 eeuling lear, r he
inl-rvase bting froin 2, 3 $.61 7 t' to
TIGHT COOPERAGE STOCK 1907 -'a"` ,,'":S'21;:;
f.824.il;7 sets. ihliei -.tatv- pr'(win ing re
la;tiv ly lar*. l I[liinltili, of tightly hendingl
All Industries Using Standing Timber for Raw Material i' 11 07 tar. -.t Vriii. Mis.i-ipi
a;ll T'\xas.
Showed Market Activity.

The Bureau of the Census. with the as-
sistance of the Forest Service of the TIe-
Iprtmeni-t of Agriculturie. liss for somtie
years colle-tell statistics ncirii lning tnhe
annual proiluetion of various fOres pro-
ducts, and the prelliiiinary figures on tightly
coopierage stock for tlit Iear ieiliiing
tDeemnilr 31. 1!17, have just Itien miadie
In response to tie heavy demand for
forest products, which extended through
the major part of 19!7. all industries
standing timber for their raw material
showed marked activity. lloth in the ag-
gregate quantity of output and in average
value wper unit the reported production of
tight elopewrage stockk exeedtled that of
10lli by substantial margins. Thie com-
hined production of sawed. Ibukedl antI
split, hewil. and ie ler and ale staves re-
wlortieti was :,35.2:t2 thousand pieces.
against 2(17.927 thousand pieces in 1!Mlti. an1
increase in quantitys of II7.4105 thousand
pliecei, or 43.S per cent., while tlie i \-erage
value wer thousand advanced frolni $31.32
io $*33.10. Tile greater th iroighne is
whic-h ehiaracterize-l tlihe 19) e -itvas of
establishnients eilltgage'l in th ilatllaifac-
ture of this stock possibly accounts in
.sone degree for the mnatirial increase in-
dicated in the annual output.
Sawed staves, which constituted by far
the greater part of the total prlpluction in
both years, and which are utilized chiefly
in the nianufaeture of barrels for oil,
whiskey, and wine, increase.l in quantity
from 219,524 thousand pieces to 32i.iL33
thousand pieces, a gain of 1O1i.129t thou-
sand pieces, or 48.3 per cent. This increase
was a-ccomipanied by an advance in value
from aln average per thousand of $26.1S to
an a-verage of $27.83. The production of
bucked and split staves increased from
1S.'352 thousand pieces to 25.08 thousand
pieces, a gain of 61,730 thousand pieces, or
3ti.7 pe in average value per thousand front $47.-23
to $Wi50.92. The prohlction (of Iwer and ale
atock increased from 20.170 thousand
pieces to 21,760 thousand pieces, a slight
gain of 1,590 thousand pieces. or 7.1 pewr
cent., but the average value advanced front
$42.'65 to $i5.0.1 Iper thousand. llewel
stock, inclilluing t'rench il.iret. pipe, andl
similar grades, which reiluires a high
quality of white- oak timlb-r as material,
and which is manufactured largely for ex-
port, showed an increase in thlie quantity
produced from 9.711 thousand pie-es to
12,737 thousand pieces. a gain of 2,95i
thousand pieces, or 30.2 per cent., which
was acconmpanieil by an advance in aver-
age value from $93.612 to $11.40 per thou-
In heading the total production reported
was 27.t192.!94 sets, with a value at the
mill of $i.H1i4,448l. as against 17.774.375
sets in 110N16, with a mill value (if $'3.!*9t.-
l30, an increase of 91tS.ti19 sets. or 55.8 l. r
cent., in quantity, and $2.8G64,.55. or 71.4i
per cent. in value, the advance in average
value per set being from 110.225. to $40.24-.
The fact that the average value of hliad-
ing has not materially elcang.el, while that
of all classes of staves has advancel, in

collie iass sharply. is worthy t. STORES INDUSTRY..
Owing to, tlhe rapidly growing s:ireity of
oak. frO.ll which ,origiinallt booth tight Forest Service Evx.-rT renting to Deter-
it.h and lhelaing ivre Ilae.l hertiis lv, mine Efficiency of Cup and Gutter
otithlr -itll j- t lia r woi oils ari.ii"% v It tI .. System.
sibl,. wl.inl iitrolirhle. as sulstituths. System.
C'yprlorss, rel g . aind lba ,woii\.ll are tliis 'Th1' gIverrn fill lii iljust I.-glin a 4 il4y

inll a iimeasure iiisupplanting ak headiling. and
the fiaclt that tlhe prOiuctl ion of I!Mi7 in-
et-uid,4il aii inh larger icerctentage of thliese
iEuodIs lhani that oli 19!i accounts for tile
relatively low average vati. lper set in thlie
latter year. Iteer and ail hiadiling, which
for nid only i 1.7 per cent. of tile total pro-
duetion in 1907. and which was mailhe ex-
elusi'vely from selecteil Oak. advan-el inl
average value from *4).233 to $MI.26i7 per
set, an increase of 14.64 Ier set.

Little ehalnge is niotel ini the. gt4ographi-
cal distribution of tih. industry ol tight
stave itanllfaitctulire. from. t lhat of fo4ri,-eri-
ye.ars. Nearly 77 per cent. of the prodlei
tion iin 14907 was reported from the livei
states of Arkansas. Kentncky v. Tennesseie,
\\'.-,t Virginia and Alabamai. which, inl
resie-t to individual output. ranked in tlie
lrder naimedl Arkansis alone contribuitedl
more than 2. pe-r cent. of the total of all
hils-s of tight staves and nearly 4i 3 i-,r
cent. of thel produt-liiion of uckedl anild split
stoc-k. Kenitucky .while pr iluciing only it
per cent. (of their total of all staves. report-
(eI 21.7 I|mr cent. of the bucked and split
stA-k, atnd i3.9! Iper cent, otf the I er and
ale stoc-k production. Tennessee ranked
next to, Arkansas in t lhe output of sawedl
staves, with 14.9 per vent. of the total of
this class, anll (ontributedl 21..6 per cent. of
the total of tie !- ler and ale staves re-
plrted. The limlk of the Itouirlon sta ve
proluctioni for 1!*47 was relrn-ted, as prel-
viously. from Kentucky and Tennessee,-
with 31.5i and 261.1 per cent. of the total.
respectiv-ely. Almost the entire product
in West Virginia consisted of sawell
staves. hy far tile tajoir loart of which
we-re classe41 as oil. Alabama supplied 7.9
per icent. of the total tight stave prolduci-
tion, 14.3 pwr cent. of those classified as
bii-ck-dl and split. and 27.41 ier cent. of the
hewed stoc-k reported. In ei-rtain other
states, where the aggregate production of
tighi t staves was iomparatively. small.
one or more of the four -las.ses of stock
was manufactured inl relatively large
iluantities. IlAuisianta contrilutitl more
than 29i p-r cent., and Texas 18.4 per cent.
of the tot:il production of hiewed stock.
and owing to tlihe fact that the average
value ii r tlhousalil of this graile of staves
is niiiuchli higher thai any other, tlie reila-
tive prominence of these states in tlie in-
dustry is greater than their totals of pro-
duction would inhlicate.

Asq in IM;. the leading states in the
Imanufactu ire of t eight heading were
Arkansas and Tiienii.nessee in the or, hr
itllnned, the 4coilbin production of thelise
two states forming approximately two-
thirds of the total outputli in Ilith years.
Not oinly is tile Ix-st grade of llourbon and
tw-er and ale heading still lipriltiuced ill
largest illilantit y inl Kenitucky. but the-
proiluctioin of tight heading of- all kinds
in thi- state in I!Mi7 was substantially

to determinlile the iitii liti]d| of thli naval
stores industry in this mitlrll%. i'or a
ilonlg timni mlnuiifac-tirerS t naval storesil
lihav work inidli dilliiltulic.. owihig to.
tlh. lack of stati tics idealin with Ith iln-
duistIry. At tilh pr-senit tiime thlie is no
reliable inflr inat i1n1 in regard to tlhe
aimoinlt olf naval stores product4ed or tlie
ai111u11lit of tillbr still ca.pablic of prodtoi-
illn thltien.
iThle United States Forest Service lihas
for sonli tin lbeen maIking ei -rinentul to
determine the, relative ellihienicy of the p-ll
and gutter system and tilhe Ihl Ibox systern
of Iiiirlintininig. This work iss boint ci-n-
tillued and. in addition. ;ta tiics sho ig
tlie annual |rollictiolin If liaval stores, will
Iw- collected. A.\ ir-ful study will also
Ie- madhie if ti. .R-llr.- t which tle present-,it
systemm of bIoxilig lias lupon the life of trees
which hatlve litn tapllc.. The work hasl
ilet witl I lhi he arty iperl i ol of iiianl-
fall-ii rers oEl liaval tiores.. adtil shows
liromiise l n;; IN-ing f ioiisiderablle assistalino
to everyone intersth1l in the. production of
tiurlpnitine alnd rosin.


A Coming Industry In the South Says An
Authority On Subject.
Charles T. Smith. president tof the
Southern Nurserymllien's Association, now
in i-Oliivlitionl in Atlanlta, (Ia.. says that
within live years pecan growinii will have
I6l1o4e one oIf (;eoria's most important
Ihe wlieives, that inl that time (eorgia
will lie producing overall ollne miilliolln 1poul1s
oif pewans annually, and that their raising
will lt- worth from live huIindril thousand
tol one miillion dollarss.
There are thousands of ittWan tries uliw
in south I.io-rgia steadily growing To
maturity. In live years their y 4 will lw int
their prime lithen Gieorgia'C lsellan griltoes
will almost take rank with iher pIach-
Six or ten years ago. \wheni the j]e-an
fever swept over the entire country, acre
after acre of |iltwans was planted in south
(:eorgia. The conditions in the southern
part of the state proved -particularly
adapted to the culture of it.lins and every
year since lias seen additional trees plant-
i4l. In tive years thie great bulk of them
will have Iw-gun to Ih-ar fully.

Apples for Health.
A correspondent writes to ask UI, what
hie should do when his doetotr pays him
more visits than are necessary. \Ve wouhl
remind our correspondent of the old say -
An apple a day.
Keeps the doctor away.
But tilie apple must, of course, I% w-ell


A Round Tiip Rat. *>f One and a Half
Cent Per Mile for Distance Traveled.

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iiwlh-i\-, Th-..-a li.k.t-. \will oi.i tl. to
.t-urn1111 aiiin train lhea4in-: l.haks.onville
"In is r iMu fi', i niidniiiht of N .O n a ilm r 1.
I'r, in .all t Ia int- w ithill tIll. -;ita e if
-'lnridii. -iiuth of thi ahl.\ iia.; iniar-
lin., lick.-t- \kill I.N -.a l n LO.It lI .2-i. "27.
29. mi id l 31 ;it fhi ;il l. riati.. Trils.
tick it \viii I l w liiit Ii limitt kson-
vill. oll tit r. t llllril trip ll- l;tt ;it Iulil-
night of No vnlbr 1.
Tlih rin. iII trip i atI I f l i. a ld elnti pWIr ti l-ir dit ant ., 1 tr;:\ h1 l-. |is
25 14,ll-. i~ .iplivlklint to a rO; 11d trip
l;at, it thr ri .- 1, ll Nprr l llif. filr tilt dis-
taill -illl' \l;l y. pilll 2-i il nt' llo as tltl
rat" ,in pra i tallyy aill -1h.rida railrlOa;ild- is
tlhrII ,--ll |rr Nm ilh, it is a; r;at>t, f ->1.
fart lir hll, i'-r illd tri li. phis 5i -ents.
Will Announce the Fares.
within n ia f,.\ hia-\ tlit railroads will is-
sit rilrillal'. andti ll lllllllll llllln t will
a! Ill 111:i1ad ,1 lthr Lh1 li ti' dally prk ss,. lf
the fire,- that will I t-harged..I frOnm tllhe
variois stations within n tihe territory to
whi.h tih- ratv, will alIpl.y.
Th'i. ailt loril y for thl.s rates wlasl grant
ed i at Ia iin'tii!,_ of thI. S' Itho>st t.-rln Pas. -
-.1'n,.r .\--so-iat ion ainl, tli ,-;lanilt rates will
appl. within ttlI territe r i niO it il nl l 1l
tllhe S -alniNiid .\ir L.in ,. I h, 4l : r-ia I.NI t illi-
crnl ;1l l 1- rhida railroad ;I aIN, t o\ twr
roail tlhiatl is a iilmirilir ot tIl Ih, a i- iationit?
anild oprratini. I lsoad1 within lhe telrritOry
lilln iln ioi l.
Clyde Line Also Agrees.
Ill adIlition to tlilh rFats- -iraniteil hv the
railroadi,I li- \a ii\ial as--,-ialtion is ad-
\ is- 1 hy MI r. II. 11. Ia; niIi-.nl. \ i-v-prl -si-
illl1t al l genrl il aiiiA ,r Il lifh ( ,vl|de
Stah:nstii-hil (' miilny. that r-dilwel lraIes
will --d I ial l y th lI. ( I y,h, St.. Johnslll.
li\lr I o s-i l llo tll fililll all >II Iilts
alon I tlh S't IhoinII ri\.-r r-a'l; 1il bi- tIhat

tiaiisporlation litrl- iisrll-- th li v ei ,ss of
till ra niV l -o 1:11 as tilli att>11i lalle of
\iitor-,- frmli ill piarilts o Ioria anil
--iilh,.lml Geo41 irgia i- ,+,,i n.li Vhih, the
a-irniii\t ;i Oin ion4l \onll| have liked flor

(I->ntinutll on pa6i i.)



Wholesale Drugs, Chemileals, DOruggists Sundries and Commiussary Goods
jJNMoiSiv LU Ni

I will .-.1 I\\ l Ii highle- ldiidih for 'ash
oat tl.. do.,r t 11. ('. uro t l i ,.. ")u1 al
( inty. I lorida. ilr in t l";ail lh.iur' of
sale. Monday.. l)October .t-)I H. 1;0. all Itlhe
rihlt1lf. title and inttrIrt ,f .1a liln S. IPat
ter'lol ill a:ld t. tIhel. e-t o f Iourth ll i)
,4f I.et 2. in Ill-k 27. East Ila k o.nvill...
nImm in Oi r|.' pr, liate limit- 'f the (City
t .l'w-k-oi ill,. (I iunty <,t luiial. lS. iat of
Floridal. ti) -atisfy levrns-t if t li- ( ircuit
(I rt fo'reele i i i iog irtgage ill tilt of
S'an'l \\'. Fox vs. .Jiant S. iittelsoi n. ill
circuitt Co('urt of Florida. Fourth judiciall
('ircuit- in ehal.iery .itting.
.M. 1'. .I1;).\N.
Sjp~e.ial A lter iln (hianevry.
S.lt<,I.-1111.r 1-t. IPMS. S .1 4wvks











A very rare article now, and seldom
found. Having purchased a large
quantity in bonded warehouses bIffore
pilohibition went into effect in the
State of Georgia, and gauging same,
wr. will offer to tile public a pure old
'orn Whiskey which we guarantee
under the pure food laws of the na-
tional us well as the State govern-
Illent. No one can offer for sale alny
gxols lleldrr penalty of the law unless
saini- is lbona fiel nor can thlny bI
mlisbrandTed; hence, you are not tak-
ing any chances ,on the above, lbing
strictly as represented.
Four quarts .......... $3.75
4One gallon jug ....... 3.25
All express charges prepaid.
We handle all of tile best brands of
Hye and Bourbon Whiskies, G ins,
Apple and Peach Ihrandies. Send for
our price list and catalogue. Maildcl
free ulon application.
The Altmayer & Flalsu Liquor Co.
72)-722-724-72;( West Bay Street,
Jacksonville, Fla.

Jacksonville and Savannah Comparative Naval Stores Market For Week

Ending Sept. II, 1908.



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W G .....................
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Jax. Say.
6(.15 6i.15
5..5> 5.95>
;5.25. .).2.)
4.54) 4.40-4.5.)
4.25 4.25
3.6() 3.50-:3.60
:3.3:0 3.30
2.740 2.6t5-2.71)
2.;65 2.6;0-2.70
2.45 2.45-2.50)
2.40 2.40)
2.35 2.35

Jax. Sav.



Jax. Sav.
(i6.15 L15
.>.';) ?>.7.'
5.95 5.95
5.25 5.25
4.51( 4.40-4..50
4.25 4.25
3: 6. : 1..' .(6
:3.30 :3.3
2.701 2.65-2.70
2'.i65 2.)-2.7
2.45 2.45-50>(
2.40 2.44)
.:35 2.35

Jax. Say.
6t.25 ti.20
(6.A04 5.95
3.:3( I 5.25
4.50 4.50'
4.25 4.25
:3.(il :3.6 )
3.30: 3.30
2.l;5 2.li5-2.74)
2.60 2.460-2.6r5
2.45 2.45-2.47'-
2.35 2.35
2.:3l) 2.30)-2.35

Jax. Say.
6.1l5-t.20 (6.15
5..90 -5.95 5.95
5.25 5.20
4.50) 4.54)
4.25 4.25
3.5-53-:60 3.55-3.6(0
3:.25-:.30 3.25-:3.30
2.i5-2.7T l 2.15-2.72'1
2.;1 -2.65 2.601-2.6;7 t
2.45 2.47' :-2.5)l
2.3;5-2.410 2.37' -2.4<0
2.:3-2.:35 2.:32' .-2.35

J;ax. Sav.
(;.2( -ti25 6.20
5.5>.5.-l.Nl 5!.95
5.25-5.30 5.25
4.45-4.55 4.540
4.21-4.3:0 4.25
3.6.5 :.60)
3.25-3.30) 3.30:
2.i65-2.70 2.i65-2.70
2.160<-2.67 2.;60-2.471 ',
2.45-2.5) 2.45-2.540
2.35-2.4(0 2.37' .-2.40
2.3'0-2.35 2.34{-2.35

J; ax. Say.

:5.1 -.,

x. Sav. .Jax. Sav.
:{< :V,. -: 5> ..=: i:.;'_,

:14 .3'1 ..

Jax. Say. .lx. Sav. J;x. Sav.
353S :35' 35{>l 35-: 3,'t 35{.- 35-:3.1j :{(; :{i-{('

Naval Stores Receipts and Shipments Here and in Savannah
For Week Ending September II. 1908.

Jnx. Sav.
Saturday ........ .. .... 11;15 281
M onday ..... ................
Tuesday ................ 963! 644i
W wednesday ................ 211
Thursday ............._ 1210 27S7
Friday ................... 455 270i;

Jax. Sav.
487 35 13


34S 5

.Jax. Sav.
M, ) 4so

:3579 l555S
4M ) 154!9
94 ) 3S7
24) 149S


74, S(M


Saturday ........... .... 4
M onday ................
''Tuesday 20 ..
Wednesday ... 27
Thursday ...... 4S!
Friday 10'





4; 1


163 25500)

5457 259!84
.lS 25427
83 25154
497 25543









(Continuled from Image' 4.)

tli. rates to ;apply to all of iwest Florida
it seems that tihe railroads compnlrisinllr the
Snatheastern Passenger Association uoiilil
not agree to grant tin- samil froii points
west of Live (tiak. nor from iiaint-, in
(~orgia north of Itrunswick. acrossos andl
\Vahllsta. liowever. assurancts have t-en
re-civild that sonic. pleoled will attendl from
west Florida andl it is expleted that many
Ieoplel, will bIe here fromln Saiannah. Thorn-
asville andl Albany. If tien ior iimore anll
form a liarty froit an;y Ipoint outside of
the inmaginary- liliIne mentiondil the-y v -an
secure advantage of the party rate. This
will make a big reduction ta r the regular
rate of fare.
Editor Bragg Is Enthusiastic.
'Tle interest ill tli- carnival is aromusedl
generally through tliht stat. is signifli4l by
the following letters ret-eiv carnival associate ion:
West Palmn Beach, Fla., ,Sept. 12, 1!)OS.-
Mr. W. It. Carter. President of thle Carni-
val Association. .acksonville, Fla.. Dear
Sir: I will bi glad to ihelp along tine
.Jacksonville carnival at any tilrei. I look
ii.imn this carnival proposition a-; I hlok tup
on eve-rything that attracts attention to
Florida, that ia. that we c-annot g.t too
iillich publicity in this practically un-
develolped state. where we have aimplellt ronoll
for all corners. Anything in tile way of a
carnival, a fair. or exposition that will at-
tract attention and bring I'"-Iopl tllis way
is all to the glOpl. and I Iholi tliat thl
carnival association will I,- able to imake
this carnival a success in every way.
Yours very truly.
W. L. BI;A(;(;.
Eliitor tlie Tropic-al Snill.
From Grassy Key Promoter.
Mr. C. A. lIilox. tilte proinote.r of I;ras-y-
Key, Fla., tlie new wilite r and tourist I-r
sort oni the Floirida Keys. ninetly-six miles
south of Mlianii. writes as follows:
Jlacksonvil le hla. Fla.S ipt. 14. 1II0;t. -
.lacksontville (arniv\al Association, lTck-
ainville.. F a.. (I-ent l-imii: W\e heartil y, co
ol"erate. with you in thlie- carnival enter
prise, and think it on of tlie .-ist drawing
cards for .laicksoilvi!-'W and :ill intl-reste- l
that ha- eveur le-in undelrtakuen I'he pa. at
has pr. \il it so.
W think you are ri6l in' tlhe di.-ision
of a carnival and not a strict show of
cle.alp attractions ;iIe fakirs. Let's have
the Lparades and iloats, land we sholitld I-
able to }get not toly tIhe city military lbut
siltiads from all over tlile .-at ; to parti-
ThIe carnival has always proved ia l-ne--
fit not only to .lacksoniville andltl its nmr-
chantl., hut to tilt. visitors tI -ii.elv.es .;is
they always go l aik liomn feeling that
tllhey lhav got t I hiir nImoneiy's wortli. Tihl
write-r. a gomI citizen. whlile now interest-
ed ill tilt dleve-loimienit of a inew ilienterpris"e
lo tlhe Fast 'Cost. is ju ist as IIIIImli interest-
cdl iln tlie llilluilding oif -lacksIonville aind is
ill for a carnival or aytlinig ielse tio aid
thel gleil cause .aind we e.xlp<-ct to join in
with anly ldemilonstration of lloatls or
paralies that the ii;majority mality (ilcile iatl
as ttlie lest lpolicy. Yours% v-ry truly.
(... IA. l 'X. lProimoter.

I)uluth, Muin., .ept. '. -Forest fires areL
still doing greaat ldamag. Th'le heavily
tinil"erel Isle IRoyale in Lak e Sutiilrilor
was abllaAe- today, and lhundlr(eds .f canip-
t-r are in jeopardy.

Iirls lIl;>\ ;il l t t b Irok t' l i(ill iiiar I llIithi
aIIId I..Lster I'a.rk. ;i tlllirhl. TI'l l iI burning
0ll),11 t hi, a It I I O'll(oIl t hr't';lt n'I H l gl'r.at. d(a Il-

.A isi atih -I trrn Miii nn ii I -r. MiichI.,.
stay ': Ti' ;ll flar llhopl If tll Wisconsin
andl Milchigan railroad at I'slitig w rn-
liiin ril to lay by tlir-, \l 1hich -\wi t in fr om
tIli u- i alld i s inw niidla kgritig tlie(
'ity x I't-sliti o. 'Iniv loss toi tiln- railroad
is vAstimnatcil at ..*70..N1i. Ni rains halv-
fa llien in this s-cctioln lotr t li.r' monithls.
('onidition-. ;iar similar to those of 1S741,
whliin ilth city of I'islitigo wa.s tiarly
ollithrat ICl|or't. front tile country aIronlila Mri-
in'tt, iar' lithat forest and rush ti ire- are
rangiig. Farlni lhose.s nI'a;r ( Col.timanl andl
( rotvyr haItli' ienll dl-stroylid.
Along til.- Soo railroad tIll fire-' aire lln-
acing,. and it i, pre-lict il that uinlss rain
Coi.ms isooii tIh.nr' will Ic. huInge Iproi-rt y
Iosse-.. Th'l tiown of i unbiar is- surro iind(il
Iy lirt. Mliany cranli.rry niarshle- have
0i4ei h1trin-id. lindi tihe lintir-t crop dlestroytvl.
A disla'tcl froiil \W'ini|lilg says a Calla-
diani Pacific exlire-ss h'otaiotivt on tlie,

La;k, SNupirior ivi siin broke through i alpproli.lac riglit to tile city's limit. The
bridge at Winstoai. .;i-,t of Iort Art Ihur. far side of Mount MNf-Kay i-s iiurned over,
today. andll fell thirt y f.t t to li loittom niil lirs an- raging l at ninny points on
-f I li ravin.e. The b rid i had Ien iurnmitl tle Indian ri-setrve. near the i raind Truink
by bu ltlire-. .Al ouih tli. enigiineeir was Pacific lpropert. Froinm Ilners, tilup to the
hbalaly injurinl il ta- ai-s reniainetl on tilt. I'ianaliani Northern comlies word that the
track. selilei-i are iery uneasy. In unmsettledl lor-
Thei' limlt dramatic inliid-ents of the ioN- ti.oii of I-illies and Seatts townships fires
lire lire promise- to idevelop around G(rand ;'" noiw sweeping tile bush and there is
Jarami The steamer ; opimr tile I'tal e.thiiig that will stop tl'ihem except a
Stales guiiimaloat carrying lifty inemilers of heavy rain.
tlih naval militia, lift last niigli for Randnd ( antadian Pacific railroad traffic i. again
MIlarais to ri-scuei tihe. settlrs- along tli. tied up I by tihe bridge laiing burnied out
iorith -liorit.. Tle,. little v-illage is entirely near Sireiler. 14N miles east of here. All
ishut oi from coi nuniiication lby mtieans of through iexpresss are- i-ingi t held as bush
teleph-lone- or t-legralhli. alind it will lha twen- tires are- blirning close- to time railroad at
ty four hours at Ieast Ite-fore alnythiig la Imally points along thlie north of iLake Sll-
linard from themi. Thie pasitsenger on the li-rior.
last Ii'at relairtn-d that the tires w-ere rush --
inll toward thie lake. anl graduitlly helit- Rain Is Falling.
muing in tli. inhabitants of thil little vil Ilillbing, .M3inn.. it.pt. 9.--.A steady rain
lag-e. onmairising alut l6IMi lp.-Ilh. mostly I.-gan to fall here this evening, the first in
i shermen and Indiain two., ,ks L-oaki the II... lrui.shwo-i

Fires In Canada.
Fort Williami. hit.. Sept. 9I.-This dis-
triht is tin'tiw a mass (of forest fires which

--uttilngs. which have furnishla the, nmost
ready fuel for tlie forest firts oil tihe range.
''The rain it is lhoil., will eind their fire ter-
roir liere.

Indusctrial ReDcond'c Buyers' Directory
~CMMIIL,~M(IXI ~ XI~\uw\\.,LX\Uuuu r IZ~lU

%%%%%%I,%% ,.,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,

T. (I. Iliitchinson. .nacksonville. Fla.
\Walter Mlucklohw. Jacksonville. Fla.
.1. 1). \Weled & Co.. Savannali. I'hi.
(ominmirc-ial link. .lack.sonville, Fla.
(Iias. Iluin & Co., Jacksonville. Fla.
Joseph Zaph & (Co., Jacksonville. Fla.
:ast t Cast LuInI r ( 'n.. \Watertown,
C('itummer I.uinelr ( Co,... Jackslonvil '. Fla.
Knight C(rotkery and Furniture ( o.,
-Iacksionville. Fla.
Standard ( clothing Co.. .lacksonville. Fla.
Stuart l-I'ernstoein Co.. Jacksonville. Fla.
M3-MIillan Irothiers, Jacksonville. Savan-
mau.h: ainld -lMobilhe.
IBakelr. 3-. A.. Ilrullnwick, (;a., ald 'Pensa-
cola. Fla.
Florida Coo'ilrage Co., I.. acktsoinville. Fla.
Atlantic C ooarage Co., .lacksonville. Fla.
'lm. D. Jones. .acksonville. Fla.
(rovet.-r Stiwart DIruil ('o.. .Jacksonvi ille,
Southirin I)rug Mlfg. Co.. Jacksonville. F1la.
Scholihil's Sonsti. Co.. .1. S. Macn. ( a.
llonibard Iron Works and Supply Co.,
Augustai. ( a.
Knighli. CrTockery adul Furnit ure Co.. Jack-
s,,,mville. Fla.
Hours, & (Co.. Win. A.. .Ilcksonville.. Fla.
Sholie.ld's Sous Co. .1. S.. laconii. ( i.
l.omalard Irmon Works awl SloUply '. o.,
.A'ugusta. ( a.
T'I'h ( Chas. A. C(lark ('o.. Jlacksonville. Fla.
.lck-.son ill. i;as (' Co.. ksonvilhl. Fla.
Standard Clot hin g Co., Jacksonville, IlIa.

Stuart Irimtein ( Co.. Jacks ionville, Fla.
Williaim s. .1. P.. (I.. Savannah (;a.
\oiing Co.. ( li It.. Savannah, (-a.
Stuart Be-irnstein Co... Jacksonv'ile, Fla.
Tatllilpa hardware (Co. Tamii'at. Fla.
Weed ('a .. .. 1). Savannali. (;a.
liohirs & (Co., Wiln. A.. -Jacksoniville, Fla.
Standard Clothing Co.. acksonville. FlIa.
.1. I). Weet. & Co., Savannah, (ta.
lhival Hotel. Iek.ackonville, Fla.
h ticlid's Sions ('io., .I. S., Macon, 11.a.
It. .1. 1li.ls Co., .acksonville. Fla.
r-lrei -leaf & Crosibv C(o., .lacksonvillt. Fla.
I less & Slagr, .lacksonville. Flal.
East C(oast Ltllllln-r (C.. Watertown,
Itlunm & Co.. Cihas.. .lacksonville. Fla.
.Altmayver A lataii L I.ilor Co.. .lacksiaon
viile. Flaa.
I.i-epli Z iapf & Co.. .iac'ksoiii ill'. Fla.
Sl -neir M3-dicine C('o.. (Chattanooga. Tenn.
Scimlit-l-'s Sons ( o., .1. S., Ma-oillm. I;Ia.
Iomniliard' Iron Works, Augusta. I(a.
Schotiild's Sons Co., . N., MaIcont. (l.
fie-.Millan IIroithers. .lacksonville. Savan-
nalia ai il ,fobil..
Itaki-r. M. .\.. truniiswick. (Iai. and Pnsa
cola. Fla.
Sc. lihlel's Sons Co.. .1. S.. -lialon. (.a.
Weed & ('o.. .I. )1>. Savannalm. (a.
l.1Iombardl Iron Works Su ipply 'Co.,
Aulgusta, a.a
Pnin'iiular Naval Store-s Co.. la-Iksonville
anld Tampai. Fla.
Itarn-es & .lessup ( o.. J1acksonville. Fla.

Consolidatel Naval Stores ('Co., .lacksion-
ville. Fla.
W\-st Fl. nn-li arris ('.. .lacksonville, Fla.
Willianms iCo.. .1. 1'.. Savannah, <;a.
Sonmg I'Co.. John i .. Savannah. ( a.
Sotllhe(.rn State(s Naval Stores Co., Savan
nah. (ia.
Dual iPlaning Mill Co.. Jacksonville, lla.
l.omiiiardl Iron Works & Supply (Co.,
Augusta, l.a.
Sc4holieild's Sons Co., .1. S.. Macon, Ga.
Atlantic( 'oast Line.
lAunilard Iron 'Works and Supply Co.,
Augusta, (;a.
It lars & Co., WIn. A., .laksonville, Fla.
('uinmm er IAumIler Co(.. .lacksonville. Fla.
Ilatchinson Shoe ('o., *lacksonville, Fla.
.los. loslenheiinl Shioe ('Co (.. Savannah. (;a.
St art -Itlrnistein Co.. acksonville, Fla.
I;. 1i. I>vi s & Sons. Palatka. Fla.
Scholi.li's Sons Co., .1. S., Ma11am-, (.a.
I'rle.itoi Miller ( '.. ( resc enit (it'y, Fla.
Atlantic Coot'peratg (Co., Jlack.onville. Fla.
Florida Caoo'e.rag. (o.., .acksonville, Fla.
Ilaker. 31. A.. ilrunswick, (;a., and Pensa-
.cola, Fla.
.['-.ilillan Itrot lhrs, .Iaeksonville. Savan
nah and Molbile.
Jacks.oniville Deve-lopmienitt Co., ,Jackson-
ville. Fla.
.1. 11. Livinigston & S nlls, (k-ala, Fla.
'onuil Tool Cod .. lacksonville. Fla.
.1. 1) & Wvi & (C.. Navannaha. Ga.
;reenileaf & Croslhy Co.l acksonville. Fla.
Ile -s & Slager. -lacksonville. Fla.
It. .1. iles ( o... lacksonville. Fla.
C(ulniti.r I.iiinliTr io.. .1kacksonville, Fla.
East; (o iast Litimila-r iCo.. \\ atertowl, Fla.



The possibility that Senator Jonatlhan
i'. kNlliaver, of Iowa, may vIM a candidate
for the olliee of vic* president of tie '
IUnitid States lends an interest whiich
otherwise, might not attach to ai see-'h
he made in the entiate oni May 7. In
lislussing thle agricultural applroplriationi
bill. or rather the part of it which wias
ill behalf of the forest service, tihe liw:s
Senator said:

The r has never It'eIi in thel history of
hulian society as completely organized a
crime against their hliuan race as the die
strluctilon of the .\American forests in
Pennnsyl-vania. in New York. in Michigan,
inll Wisconsin, in Miinnesota: and to make
Ilhe crime all the inore ignoble it was
based ulU n greed and alvarice and the
love of money, which we are taught is lthe
root of all evil. So it has proved in that
vast domain. It was despoiledl by the
tdexpoilers who violate the land laws of
thle 'United States. and the witnesses still
stand there in the Iurned trunks of great
trees, in this pathetic, tangled mass of
llmrnle logs and vegetable matter scat-
tered over sIllarle miles of territory tliat,
if it had liien administered with wisdom
and lpatriotisml, might today li the per-
iranent source of a Illnler supplly to us1
and to our children's children.
This sort of nonsense is getting stale
and tiresomer. There arte desolate slots
where tinilber has i(een cut laway and tlhe
carelessness of the state and tihe citizenla
has jitrmittedl fire to run through, but
for every acre of this sort there aret tea.
at least, in the older lumlieringl states
where the samne lulil'riing niethotls were
used where there iwas just as llimch or
more of what Senator IDolliver would call
waste. where now are green liastures and
fertile fields and liomels surrounded by
comfort and contentment.
Senator Teller a few days later took up
this subject. Replying to Mr. hllliver lie
said that itn (Teller) was born in I'enn
sylvania and knew all alMIlt its tiniber
conditions and also those of New York.
In regard to the luinlier blluinless. that
during tlhe last generation was done onl
the Su si ueihanna. Allegheny, and Oiioi
rivers Setnator Teller said: "To say thatf
there was a wanton destruction of tili-
lir is untrue. There was a destruction (of
tillllwr for beneficial use." lit recalled tile
fact that in the earlier ldalys oil tle iuplir
Olhio there were no iamtsa, iino railroads
and lno translo>rtaition except by rafts:
the latter carried a majority) of the enmi-
grants frin tlile East into the State of
Ohlio. IHe also said: "The tinlir in
those days would not lrillng liore thliani $.
or .~i a thousand after it waI sawil aniil
there wtas ia Ixtter market for it in Ntew
OrIlans and C'icinlnati than there was
up there and therefore tlieyv sent it away.
There was lno wanton dlstrluction of it."
As to early conditions Ithe said:
"'My father was a settler and lite clear-
ed a farmli: imy grandfather cleared up a
farml and my neighlllirs cleared oup farms.
Is alnylidly justified in saving that thel
mlen who cleared up tholi.sef flarIs alnd
ilmadel. lioines are guilty of a crime otf such
stillendous magnitudeieulwe aisethey did not
have the foresight to save their pinle tilni-
lber and did not wait forty or tifty years
that it might it' sold to solllikylv that
camlle after them? % iAny |liiallitity1 of
g(.rNI tinler was piled in a heapl anild set
lon tire Ipecause that wita the only way
you could piake a settltlnietlit ill that sec-

lion of the country * I hIk\te a great
adlniratilon for lite men wlo w \ent into the
timber and Miade hollie. They did it from
thlte tlantic. o.ean clear lupl to the Plenn-
svlvania line. Tl. y c.ilm from Malssa-lt
chusetts, C'onnecticutl. Istel'l New' York
and probably N\ew llampslhire and Maine.
They were lnot valnd;als; t lyhe c were not
robbers: they were not crime collllitters.
After lmore skarp talk ailing this line
"Senator Teller referred to 1lichigan and
\\'isconsin. In this .llll tio lie said:
I do Ilnot knll) so iniIlch al4illt what
theiy did illn Michiganl and Wisconsin. but
I do knoiw that until IS.-85 and afterward
there was ino necessity fior an y organiza-
tion to steal tinllwr in the State of Miich-
igan. Our laws enaill any man to walk
into a hind ollice and pay .'1.25 anll acre
for the finest tirmlnr tliat ever grew. *
SW\\1 there ;iny \ riiime in that? The
gtoverlient iof the IUnitil States had pro-
vided Ity law tliat lender certain condi-
tionis Ineln iiighl take the title to the
pr"lo'rtyv : the government wanted them
to take thli title to the lprolinrty: it
wantll tlieln tl liput it to a i ielticial uise'
anld Mlichigan wouIld not lIt tle fine State
it is if they had not done so.
There are a gooxl mliany pIeopl(' like
Senator D;ollivei who arte always howling
about Ihe dtevastatlioin of ouir forests.
Ml sit of Ithe l are either soft brained sen-
tilnentalists or seeking for notoriety.
The, Senatlor. we hole and think. was
muerel.y 4l1 too far iby his enthnsiasmn in
siPloiort of a bill. and he has a fine' vo-
eabula ry.v
Of course, tliere has tlien s OeK stealling
of government land and government tin-
ber. It lias l1'1en stolen Iy settlers as well
a.s tinlbr menit. Tlere are so.1e people
who object to paying $1.2;5 for anything
that they t'can get for nolthinig. There are
lWple of that sort not only in the timber
country. bult on the prairies and in the
cities, in slilhop and grIocery stores, ilon tile
stock exclhangle and onl thile farms. S4milln
suchili lmen alret in jail andi nlmre u.nlrd to
Niot on1ly hav titles ordinarily Ihren
honestlly a(cinired liut thie most prolitalle
u liat Ileii nimadte of tiese holdings. I'n-
lder the conditions of the tinil.s, from thle
itelgiini' orf Isttllieent in tiis countryli
adll from tile logilning of tilted govern-
i4nlt until now. land holders have tienl
anxilus to put tlieir landl to its Imotl
profitable ii e. O rdinlaryil. cniin tienses
selfliishne I- assre that thlat would le the

IA an wlit li 10ll acres of laillan. coveredd
with tincillr. for which lie could i ind tno
market. on which ite neP-de-d to raise corn
and potatoes to -iillpport his family. wasv
justified in felling Ilie trees. rolling thie
logs iintot h:eap-- and burnin._, then. If lihe
couhl isll a few hlo., ori- if lie could split
sone oit i liei to make lences and with
other, c'oldh build hi-, house anid harn,
there wai sto much salvage. i;nt these
lo'al anld |l.'rsonall Iuses ico-d not legin to
dis.l ,,s of tlh. luinl.r. later. whv-il there
was ;i imaiket. tihe inil l-ri.ien soldh for
tl I s pri-ce tll.hey m. il gut andi clit his
land a, clean a- the price, \ould warrant
and -ot i \.ery ia t dollar of -ille there
was then in Ihe timnher, so far as his
judgnilnt and experience would enable.
hinm to do. Thio- are, the cold facts of tlie
miat Iter.
Tolia\ we liave co1 e to a tin.h. wlln
the nation and some Pi the Slates, but
not the- individlIals. an anlird to pre-
sere, conserve ailll liuid timber for the

future. 1 Thelr, i- no objic tiWhon on tlim part
of anyonlle to tilhe o\illeinelnt hiding this
work. Lurnbernien are not objecting. so
Ioing a' they do not have to foot lthI hill.
They will do their share and ai little moree.
ibut tlhe. alre not willing to 11e shouldnhrli-
with thle entire burden. neither aret they
willing to accept reproach andI ollipluy
silently ailn without protlet which if it be-
longs anywlhere beloings to the loeople as a
whole and to the governinent and govern-
-lnts tha t have represented t hem.- -

Notive i- hereby i iven. That tilt-e under-
.-i It. o i h l 15.-.tlh dah of O.etoli-r. .. D.
l9Is. will alilyv to tItie lion. N .11. trow-
;ird. its (iovr'ilor oif tle Slate of Florida,
ilat Tallaiasee. Fla.. for letters patent in-
-orl Writini the iindersigned and their am-
sx-ialtes into a corilooration under the lawn
of the State of Florida. under the follow-
in-, proposed charter:
. ). ( ASSIDEY.
Proposed Charter of the
Thl' undelrsiglned incorporate i s her leby
associate thlielves together for till. spur-
ils'e l if fiori iill 1 It ,rl ration ui li'er tlie
laws of tlhe State of Florida. and adopt lhe
Iolilowin1 articles of incrlioration:
I. The Inamie #of tlie corporation shall
(Il'MPAIlNY. and its business shall Ib cion-
Iductl.ed iln the State of Florida. and in
oter states. of thel I'nited States of
A.elllrica. aind in foreign countries, wher-
ever necessary or convenient. 1The llrin-
cipal l lofice of tlihe eiirl)ration sliall i e
lloated in tlie city of .Jaeksonville. Florida.
II. Thli general natllire if the business
to li'e t rallnactied hl v said itrloiration shall
lie to manufacture. l)by. sell and deal in
all cla ses and kinds of printing, comili-
nervial and writing pa wrs and palmer ilags.
of wi whatever kind. lnaine okr nature iso-
evet'r: and in statn ii'r. inks. ilnIk rin inI
mitaterial and mahin(iier orllic fulrnitlre.
anil all classes of goods. wares and mner-
chandise neessarv or iiuseflll in thle ianu-
faetret. sle;i and distribution of all kinds
olf print lli. rti-i iii anid liindiitg work, aind
ill Illnk i 1;Ikilng alndl lunk iipublishinig, n itt
every and eacKh department of the prhint-
ing. publishing and stationery Ilusiness.
and incidental thereto:
To ipatent, register and protect by trade-
marks or otherwise lany meanss, methods,
appliaines. forinulae. secret processes.
niiahine-.i. ymlols or designations: to
patent. purchase. lease oIr otherwise
acullire any patent. patent rights. for-
uillai'. e't'i't prtIi' ssK's. license or privil-
i, ',. trade ia rks. or -dig- ations. Ii '. to
opelratel under. -aell. assign, pledge or grant
licenses il resplet of or otherwise. to turn
tlhe i toI a-ouit ; to a tquire. hold. use.
nlrt.4ita. hleal alid ilnlvei all such tlrop-
erlv. rilal tor personal, in lany pVart of the
world. as may l necessary, convenient or
exllKli.llt in .coliil action withh aid hl sines.i .
lTo g uaranitee. sulbicrilm. for. purchase..
Kholi. -e.ll. l ia--igi tran' l. r, l rin tga. e.n
phede, -r othe'wise di-ip,-e of 'haret, if
capital t-ock or I-lmind,. e iiritivs or evi-
denices of iindtelldness isiied |or created |by
any other corporation, anlil while the own
t.r r h oldr It f 111 sto k-k,. londs or
oobligatioins I to 'x t ii''i.ise all tlile rights.
lowers and priilegel s of ownership;
To buy. lown. hold. lease,. let lupl lease.
-1rta-,e. Ia. nda t-ove rnal pro.lerty
alld also. to illnik o\e tlilte a 1 ,, b eretin1
thereupon linl ill- of any kind or char-
alter: to buy and sell real and Ieronali
property of every kind allnl. description.
either for itselt or for othllers. ilon iIIlnlini
siol -r wie and tit lourt Iaet andi
pli the lie sa -eias sevirity for loalis; to
Milake loallns and advances toi others and to
take tas security therefor either mortgages
or pledges uiloum real or personal propwrtv
Sit -r-oial sLeulrilti: tio carrv Ait :andit ra ti
savit a4 Pelieral building and contracting
hibiiness for itself or others:
To enter into, carry out or otherwise
turn to account contracts of every kind;

to have and imlaintain lbrancli.es. agencies.
iandl lli'K,. within th- Ste ot f Flirida anil
els.eelicri' :iitl I do ainyv iini all things
set f north in thlii, charter as objects. pur-
loses.. iipower., busineili es (r otherwise to
thli sae extent andil as fully a.s natural
ie.r-,nii mnilght or coulldi do in any part of
t he wrin 1 .indi. in general. to carry on such
pIel'r:tiollls and in'lterpries" anid to Iln all
uncli tliin g ill connection therewith as ilay
I I.e. nritted liy tlie laws of Florida, and
hIN Iee-si'ary and convenient in the con
ducting of the liconili nIy's Insines- es.
III. 'I'Th ;illiounllt of capital stock of
;aid c(iorpi iral tion hliall l Twenty-five
l'tlous.inid I'Iallrs ($25.4100).OO). to IN- divid-
id into Tw, o HunIdred and Fifty shares of
lie par a;hle (of i1 iN.00 per s.hare. Pay-
i.i-nt for said caipiitall stock shall lie re-
eieleid oinly i nll c;ls. liut stock risubscriltiolns
11ll.y I i* payabi l in tlhe niallner and at the
tilKes ideterinindtl U1 )n hy the iloardi of
Il)ir.(ctors. TI'lii i.orliratioln sliall have a
liil tion ill A-hiareI s of stock of lly stock-
Ilolder whlio in;Iy Ii'Ollne indebted to the
Sorl liratiini. litlher for the anllount uIn-
piaid iil liis stock ubilscriiltii o or any
othllr iilndebtedness whlatscever, with the
right t, 'ell anll disIo.u, of such stock or
iwl(-h I.lrtionl tlhereof as may IvM ntlecessalry
to pay ivuii indelltlines., at either plilice
tor private ;aih. andi pOl- III ch i terni.s and
noti-K asi I tiM' Itiart of I ire wtor.s mIay
r'.fo, to trainfe'r sTiKli stwck until tihe full
paylk ient of ic'i illi i tdecllness.
Te'n ie"' nt. f t lt. capital stock shall
Ito sull -isriltl alnl pai ill (in ash lifoire said
ior|lmration shall I- authliorizel to transact
any business.
IN'. lThe ti'rni for which said cirlirai-
ltion thall exist shall I. ninety-nilie (9.)
V. Tib lIsillne of ti lir' (c, rliortiion shall
Iw con(llllldctd b.y thie following olli.ers: A
iresiilrit. it vi'ce-' l'rsi'lnit. at seertary, a
tr'aslllrer aInil a Itlrid of live ilirectors.
'Il'he ollic', ofi Secretary. andl Treasurer nmav
Iw hehild by tinhe saile prsoni. Tihe numrlber
oif Direcitors inay li' clhangelatl from tilnl to
tit.e livy lih l- s. l nt shlial! at no tinie
IiM less than tliriee nor Ilmore than sevel.
and tihe Directors shall I ainniaally select-
edI )yt- tite htockhllders. The almove-nanied
ollffiers slall Io, elected lv the Itlard of
I)iri'tol.ir- frtomlll a1n li.1g their 1own1i nu11111r.
T'I lir t ai(llllllll nie( ini l if their' ti'k-
li lers shall lme hehll on the 27th diay of
villh. Florita, fo,,r tl olli-ers. aidolotini, l. Ilaws- and eoilmlleting
the rlllallniatiln of Lthe (Itoroll rational ii
VI. I untill the otlit'vrs 'lectetl at the
lirst illlll ineItin are qualitied.l, the Iisi-
n es olf thlie torloration liall oIK cIondlluetl l
thy tih, following ll naIllil otlivers:
A. 11. Marsh. resid.ent: P'. I). ('as
jidey. Vic' President: Walter Mlucklow.
.e-retairy andi Trealsurr.
\'ll. The highest atioUnlt of indebtetd-
nes or liabllitiy to which this corporation
iav ;t aliv ll tllie siliubject itself shall IN'
Swihte tlthe a;il ounlt (if the authorized capital
VI I. Thel nails andli residences of the
siliscrilhers. and the aniount if caI ital
.stock shll'rilK I li v eacl. are f as follows:
A. II. Mlarshli. .lacksoiinvill'.. Fla., 25

1. 1). ('Caid v. .IJacksolville. FIla.. 2:
\s altr Miicklow. .acksoniille. Fla.. 5

Stat.. of fIorida. ('iAnty of Imal.
I.-for.e in. a Niotary vluhlic in and for
tlihe Sti lite t Fl hrila at large. 1iersonally
aIllpa W\alter Tiihkloiw anld P. I). ( ssidey.
eaclih t .. i well know n anll known to Ine
to liW the ilividuials le.Criliel ill and wht
e.xi e'tted thei fioregoingi lo|il|sed 'charter
and severally -hllv yaknowhlvded that they
,t\exe'ited tihe ll llb for tle lpur I oles there-
in '\i ir-.setl.
Sllit ness in\ hliid andtil olliial seal it tlhe
itv of .lacktonvill. Floridai. this :trd day
,of S">. enil.,r. A. I). I!HiS.
C. .I. IlKR( '.
Notary I'ullic. State ot Florida at large.
My counniisioil expires April 2:3, 1910.
(Notarial Seal)


JAMES A. HOLLOMON. Editor-in-Chief
A. H. MARSH, Buni u Mnager
R. T. ARNOLD, Advertiing Maager
Publallaed Everv Sa.turdty.
DtomeLec).-.83 40 Per An ml
e-a IsW .... S3.50" -
"The Pine and Its Products."

Al cmmni catmam l eklin be a i di
The Industrlal Iecord Company.
Juckaonville. Fla.
Braob EdlAtral and Bu 11in 1 Offieo a
Savannah Ga.
Iered at the Postofice at Jaclonavie. Fla..
a- seood-l-ase matter

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

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

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


E. P. Rose, of Valdosta, Gives His Views,
Advises Operators to Suspend Box
Editor Industrial ItReord: I'lrase allow
ni* spa i i iour Iiprer to say a fatw f wor'lt .
to t uritl- tine li- ple. Eve\ryoine i 'oiinllt til
with tiis industry nmus kimnow ly this
tinli that we are nIow facing linani-ial
obliterationI. Iovrty allil rilin stare* us ill
the face anl they are not peiasanit as-
s.oitiates or coimpinionsii. Who allimiig thli
operators i-an e-capen- bankrupt .y within
the next two olr three y.ears. iliider ipres lnt
(coniditions*' T'liiis to iehflis eveiryl.c-ly -
fromi the hloal oiq-rator to, tlif- fac-tor.
Thirty-livre-ent spirits and orre.ispond-inig
low prices for roiiin imaiI for t lihe oi-rat)or
the loss of his Io-watioml and i t the factor
thli loss of his advan.-s he-lii the l mail iln
tiel w\muol.s anli tihe Iimii in tithe olli(e are
in tlir sanim .yvlonuie. ltth are ill di-tress.
lbreakerm ar i ahead, the storm signal is
fly.inig ill full viw. i\\' see it. we know it.
lWhy not Irt'-pC at sln-i ibly and turn dis-
aster and defect into victory anil su iirs?'
It (in l he dotn. 'l'he rnemdy oi- miparatlver'
easy and the way pllainl. -l-r. ertiftual.
\1liiat is it? Not to cuit a -sintgl lNux, mor
put up a single clip ldiring the appronah-
ing winter andc for the season of Il!~.I.
work our phimkces on half time, that is. cut
down chlilppii just exactly on- half. lor
in other words, make Iar-lyv lialf a crop
next season.
The operators should resolve to dio thiis-
the factors should put tlie -liid" on so tighln
ab to say you ausbt do thias. HBit otuI--

mtw -.i lihi iiil, epei.letiit op ratomr \\ill -int
~l\r' and I H1111 toop. I't ie tell yo.,
ti -r illdri.llrnllnt ioprlator i :;i ra'rn bird.i
indrd,.. He pnoiy v xist Ibut I -,riou-ly
doubt it. mExauint him lh -sly .land you
will mlind strinl. tia[l to himi soiwlinrwifI ;
thl.y ar- so, fw t hat they arre sarvely ai
drop ill t l Imhuckit. Ite ids,. if hei carms
to, i-t tll- inii.it -ilh it is iiino e nlsie for uso
doing lik,-. i-s 'Iiere i-s no danger lihr-
hel-all., lil't ;11r-4 m1 mIiass of mllt-I with hllandi
ellnoligh toi t:aki <-are of tl1hir aiunm. ilat-
t iolls al ii \\iill .oiill am y iiovlml. ll.llt to It t-
tI-r the I nurllpeltinl -itiiaitilo tio a 111:mlt.
It %ill lin'do tom say I will iut only oine
Iiip or tlIo croip-. That. is what wre% -aid
and diii last winter. ;andit is now tlit chief
i .s, of all our 1a r, folr olu niaii to) liut
Io e cropi or iV i I l)\ ill a ii, iii iii nity ism
like iamting :i p.t-bli in a liki It erlatts
a ripple that extrt-nds 'vt r wider to thl
Ihiiu lary. That will inot lio. We\' unst
strike thei soure of supply. rdli.e tIh out-
put and tlhil tillt prit-4 w ill invlitallyv go
Ito whir ouir ministry will I. imlnit a; prof-
itablr la-i-s. 1Thi- i- tIru iln -',ry ovrTner
linte and i- alisolit-,ly tr ru of Itr-p'lntiie.
Somolell im sa ;1ti s our iimarket is not con-
triolled bv tlit law oif uiiply ani d dtniand.
lIst li. thi m1ii11aniilllatol r. 11. thi. as it
mlay givmn a shorurt upply and aI loiig di-
nIliind. and tlilt price will go up in spite
,of all th.i lliaimipillators thii.s sidh- of thli
F'dlrlral prison.
Tlih fairtrs will do tl ir part. They
a lw 'a-. hia iv. ITli- troillh- hier-tofore ha%
l0e4it tlhai tll,- i do it all. while hlit wlnt horiieim an violated l
hsli a-.,rn'nim Illt antil tried to g~ t ahead of
his ntighil)ir. The operator must realize
and take to his heart and to his conscience
the fact that his welfare depends upon his
being honest, not only to himself but to
his fellow-operator; that he is a part of
the whole, and that if one link is broken,
the chain becomes useless.
Tlht-s arl every-day farts antid rpry-
lodmiv. vn-ll th t- mititiii)nl t urnr-lltine negro
knows that thily aire trum. yet they are
li'\ 'rthl. 1 .- imipotrtallt. Tliii. qil stion is:
(ani wv ust to itlher and stay together.
\\'hy not ii Th tariniers c-ionsisting of
mtior lthali a liillionl ilidividuials have ilonie
-",. anid w'hy ran't \vwe. less thllan thoIlu-
sanld strong. co-olt-mrate togetlher for ourl

Nowit i- t-hl timi- for thel Turlrentine
Operators' _\ssx-iaioln to aill its mirinlwrs
tog ,ethl r antii invit.- all int,-r st,,I in tiir-
pi-ithin. irrespec-tive of nimeibrshi p--that
theli s qitistions liay It- dise isseo a illd
agrni-lieimits reached \hlier-rly this gr.at in
hIasis. Let. tli president all ius togetlier.
and let i verrylil.y anld hii neighbor attend.
I.-t i y-goils I-. l.y gmio-. now is the tiime
toi iiit togtilher a lid -tay i.togt.lier. and
stiicess is assurred.l
E. i' (OSSF
Vahlosta. 1.1.. Sept. 11. l ts.

Editor Industrial l eIord: -Are we as.
a. sit oif lii.siness initll, going to sit still
allldl st- whIla iv liave got ill illl tirlitpn-
tini l businll dwillndale ma)y ail-i go toi
nothing? It if tili-e wan were up11 and i" o
ing soliinthliing if w i. -xplem-t ever get what
\w, lihav'e iinv'std oilt of tlihe turpntine.
It we sit still and montiniiu tio ulit btoxs.
atid \mwork a fit tile oll Im.xs. we aire er-
talin toi llose all we hliav\ inve-sted. Wnt (.anr
no mii-oi than get timmouigh at pre's-nt
price-- to pay rullinilig expenses not in-

i.lllil h. % .-ar ml it .ll i- .mi itile-rest oil
our ill, nllt-lit \\. -iniill m1o lilke p.o
pli lthat are ii ll her liies. such a-, lit
-teiil m ills. i.-itl tim l ilmi- ;111.1 Illllmi
imanutlllf;.ct-ii eirr-. i-illta;il Iprildumcltionl litI int
-lal \lmill e l ;at\ liowl p'riet. -. Wei ll t1I!'
to II;k i th:t l cllllh l lllrli i-pirilt ;llld
ri' ~ ii wi-,ll4 toin, po '.
i ol ha i ll thli -ta- nfill- kpit riiiiiiing
sillnc pric-s Wi- lit oill Illtil IOiWm.. \ hat
Would hIlllIr h l;l\t. Iw*lI llibrillL'''v \W\
Inm.ul t ildo -i ll atl lllhin nI \. or it will i.-
tinially I aiid \ .i l i ingly t o i lai If \w.
-it dU'\\n i;ilil w ait for tait-iors and il liters
tit Ih ilI us. I a;itl afraid oullr Iih li is m -lil-
ing li p slinim. It \-i. it -till andl sav wt-
canl't lo anyt;i hin, m ll ist i admIIit w' \\
iv' ry tt' n amii ir ilihrs. "alih I.,ord in'vtr
hlIp-i t hos. thai ilon't hipI th .lis.lv',.
I.,t'- ask iih- Tullrl ltini itOp- 1 .ratorsi As. -
s-im iatilio to i i-all :i li tli- lg ;land t1 to-
-gther, antd ,irg aiizi at iovr l rlll property, iald .ill pult lulir intr tlt
in omue aitmlil -s if \\i' can't arrlangl to gret
tluonliy itlenougl h to riin ouir litisinie.s. iOr
raillhir i.los oI ir pilinti im,\\in until pri--e
justify ouir ol'ninig again.
It ,Itit- lIook tot a itiati ip a tree" like
iimyvlf. tliat it w wouiil ll come to-
g -thlir ill c-o lintioin. w- mig.lit find ia wa
iouit io tIlii ilil itur titx. If \w, o oll n lus wIn
;1ar w lih.in our plaei- ;ir- all goniii. w'ork4il
(Iout, wlt- will thelln oli ilit as uillll ih ams w.e
,do t.ioday, i. .. if w'. otilinu l. tlo re eivm.
tll. prm-init prices for t our ipr Mluct. If all
the stills iln Flrila w\r. owniled hv m oilt-
oinlern.ll it would retgitlalt laltir. prices.-
aioii'tnt s and prImnlt ion. O tf ouiirs. we
all had railtlr havi 10111r places mt.lirate.
that is if wm anm it do i ;id miiake iiimllin ; y;
hut if w\\- caii'tl. thiii i- it iot tl ittr toi
-coisolidiate ain all participate ini the proof-
its tliat siiir-iy would co.liii if w' were all

I do not know hlow iothlr tlwrators are
egIltilg along. I t mwe airV only making
niligli toi pay runninil g \pni-ss an thliat
i> all. If Iri-'- ar ,-t .-'ing to. get any.
b-tt Ir. we hald ias well \ i it. a-, thelai Is
ino ini.ei to. t er pay lt ind.elit lnl-.-. ori
miake ian more thanli 1no h to pay oil tihe,

L.et '- l;\.e i mlinet iiIl am )l not tlm
liilmi saying in your mindii there i-s noth
ing tlihat an 1 idoli, fori- I iMliv' we .an
lido so-mitiil 11ng if w'm trv. anili if wve doln'it
try. \. ds-ir to onltiulil toi lave whitehit e
oi11luth." and lin- fromii a disease i filled
"grilling olf t lit, tomiiacli." Nom\\ I desire
to litiar froimi -m-eli one eiil e through thei
Industrial It.e'ord. ,Yours truly.
\AN (>Il'hI\T ST.1:E TO1 Fi;Vl'r \VITII IIllS S.A'K

Editor- lld trial I..Ieord: I -',ee inil
feiw mI1nil ar. l altnliilig iileas ias toi how to)
ivi.'omimme Mir prselit i'-londlition ill operit
illg tI iril ntine buslin.i-ss.s. I'rovisions.
will ion he chealHm-r thlii inow. ainl inow is
tihi- t imi, toi reiuh-i wags- in )iromirltion to
prisi- of iiaval stores. Labor will ilrop
mout follr i while when was ar. n t. butil
'will "soonit returil toI work.
Then it all mill miand tur-ntine oper-
ators, would get tiogtlIr m:ild arrange toi
pay ftil onuei ai iintar. wmi wouldhl plut t he
*ialiilllr- to work ;iiil t.1op tiht. laifiing
lass from wamlldlrilng trilli m camlli to camp.
-siling wliisk.i y and pin'l. yin i elainrds; hiind-r
il li, .-Iti-r hald-, fimitiI lleir laimuir. ThIi .
aintihi ri idlha is: amiy plat- thiliat hai- tiin orr
ililor- i-ml-s it i o\ l-. nit to eni allny i ix
iext iasoi. That will imiake lamlor more


14 and 1 IWest Bay St. Jacksonille. Fla







pl-i titful. r li- .- tli .- -iipply of iturpenii tiine
aiin ro-in. Soii ill say th-y have tilm-
I.-r the-y % ill los, time on if they don't
,-tit it t .t ril. I -aiy 1' ti- I tt-f r t k lo.se
-mii. tiliil. r Iri\il -- tha thli to im irk for
lit hinl ." oillr-. truly
<;;aii!.\ ih-n hi.. ,pt. 11. I o.t .

".\I Ihlll rlllHi.i aired not i waisteflll. far
lfron it." ;ay i S. K<.lllihg. assistant
ftr---t 'li ,'. ill *o|'akiiit a.tloit tli' Iirigren ss iof
ftor' try in thlii -omniitry. --liist tlhe cpon-
trarI\ i- trt' in miaii-y ,-as-, ialld tihe Imil-
I.-r of nm11i ill th lI nill-er industry
;i%;ikcimiinig to1 tih' in'm-m-.ity of t-.iconsrving
th If-mitry'-> fornti ri-oir--s iys inereas-
inl i ..-i day. l'm ing --iMi l lie ritleii
realizle I lthat t I i.ey ia t ;atlildt ctilln er'vative
mt.lh.ml- or live t watchli the slow death
of tl -ir 'great industry.
"t'ast t r't r ivl(s of territory ihave Wee
ti;mlad learrini t ironti. ;i- w%;. thillk now.
tlh- (iiar-l's- aniii(l lllllo t (Crillliil;ll Illetllhxlj s
,of lthI ,li1 tiln l, t tiilm -i .1 an1ii. I'ractically
X\.ry -' ctioit of t I II -tlit *lll l-ar-- s-.ars
hfl afterr INh hadl -kinimil tihe land. and
leit !i hat rettiiii-.Il n.iM to tlihe ravages of
lir,-. Tiihe \\;i-t.- in ti. m imm, t \%;-i terri-
ti.: the tliill \1 :1-tm1 \' iwa aIlilm.st as serioilus.
III I;lit a .%y <;> -- t hi-' v-r'llt' ;>, of thi- tree
thliat w\\;- -ilt toI tlhi lllmirket ill tlt- forilm
off Ilhnmiel. \\;:!- o .n;11all that I \w.uhllll b
ailtsliai l tI inintioii the liigure. It was
i. i-ilh-rahily h. --- than half.
".\II tlhi. l. i'mmr was more tlhe fault
,of -moilition-, than of the individual lum
Im-r m-in. \\ lilh -,me of theri \t-re with-
oiilt loiillt uiiilim --, arily \wastmefll. tilt
tiliaorit'. (Mlerated ;tI as onominit-a a.s theyi
\\'..r a;ltite tmo alii still limake a pl-olit.
I.lmimll xr \\.i% s (chlap, illll nmli\iii tilllse only
tlti l-.it ;g'raIts,ld,. h tw .soN l. Thinl s
ha m. l.ie cliai lniig irinig the last few
M*-.i--. 1h|<\\'v<.-1. I1r liltr tintl r tMl- i supply is
lw inillinli andil pliii-, oI forest prilucts
air riiiii tIo a; pint that |writnits a fuller
utilizatioi iof timber.

T111ii-: WFI-I I NDI 'TIRIA I. I). 9

Put Your Money In Diamonds Where the Market Don't Drop
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Everyone realizes this, but everyone olon't realize how cheaplyy olne can be
bought unless lite sees our stock or cata logue.




" ha\\';-t li a I p n eilul-.I hitaius-e<' rniili-
tini- now inaik, it pirolitalolr tio iie uii hli
o f lit- that a- ; loriiierly left in
wu xmils. Iiimrovild ain mill iiaielhiiierv is
al-i playlvin an ini l irl anllt part in (the Ilat
ter of tli, rclo-er illili.zation of tlhe tree.
Itehter Viworlk illn 1 ie winois, reil.ltilon of
mill \wante anil protection of tinllri hold-
ilig-s frliii lire a;i r. u iii .1 long way to-
wuards eon'i'erVing "l)o in t think frtll i lhii that all of the
oldi tini liraiti-es liave ',- ,- l,! or Ilhat all
iiwho ar. eiiu ii ollur forest s are pira;etietal
forest,' rs Inot atll. l nor llei%_M tIlhe It.-1
joriiy. ut tlhe niltiilH'i i- illcrea-ingl for
thI. wili, awak iiK' n anr leIarniiiin tliat
Wlnervat N iAv lnimlwDringll paiy'.


It laiui% a Ila -I~k. ct Iaiil a.i Ii -a at ..;ki I- a i,
am.II.. I a ai .. 41. it ra i ll i Ii i 1.11 .i i,

it s it. S rtaI. 1 It 11: Sig' I oaii~
lill(ret* haii 1. 1 -N i oiiiiiaIit i t ,I I die a v a. it it
lihe.a~ litIezg It tera. it I aidi. ,r


AND $1.50to$5.00 per Gallon

Rate for this column u 2 cents par word
for first insertion and 1 emat par word for
following isertions. No advertisement
taken for less than 40 enmts for aut, aad
20 cents for following insertions. Csh
must accompany orders unless you rave
an account with us-
Plank's Chill Tonic is guaranteed to
cure chills, fever, colds. la grippe. 25c.*

FOl SA.\LE .\ .iall hli-ation, three
years ill ,,iiratti,,li. 2..P>00 acre.'; .ix crops.
I lertv iis;: tilnlier to cuit three more
with hiackin,' 4.lnough to cut twelve to
tifttv.ln; pri<-. $46.04M1.NIKI. Address "I
(a-tiin." iln car of lIt(ord. 9 12 ,-f
WANTED-AI commlsarie to ebir p
their bans of all kinds of seed seaks sa
burlaps. We buy everything in the way
of aeks. Write us. American Fibre a,
Jaksonville. Fla
W+\ATIEI) l',,itin, :is wod-ia -tiller ly .\l, 'privniwil Iturlentilne man by
lthe Is! of No\,,.lr.l ( an i\e I-t on re-
,.rm--l +\ilihl .... \V A. l~n.ci x. ia.. R.
F. 1). N'. I,,x '7. 9 12i 4t
WANTEM-A turpentine place or loca-
tion. Parties answering furnish schedule,
price and where located. W. B. Young,
McHenry, Miss. 5-2-08
Record. s
\V.\ANTK'I)--ol.-r. reliable, exi-rience,
wmlsinaii, also ~ tiller. renI of small
family i pre ferre,. ivd rr'frenices and
state salary eilesired. lHonio Turpientine
(i.. Homeion. Fla. 9- 12-4t
\ANTEI) -- A lirst class tur]tentine
u(Nismlanl., :L thoroughly hustler and strictly
h slwr tomi that (can friir ni pl nty of
lalxir Ip take <-liarge of \\..iils oif small
iaie('; nail rried rltat i prefe I rred: station liric e.
F.. unre. ID-yton, G:ai 9 12-5t

Lewis 1866 and Mount Vernon
Pure Rye Whiskies.

Controllers Blum's Monogram and Sylvan
Rye-Agents for Jungst Cincinnati ad
Pabst Milwaukee Beers. Priem oa ap

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S17 and 19 West Bay Street, - Jacksoville, Florda
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Southern Drug Mfg. Company
Flavoring Extracts, Packed Drugs, B. B. Bluing. Vinegar and Pyne's Popular Remedies.
We handle everything in the Drug and Medicine line. Write for prices. JACKSONVILLE. FLA.

Notice is hereby given that the under-
signed will apply to tlhe Governor of Flor-
ida, on the 12th day of Septemnilr A. D.
19! for Iwtters Patent incorporating the
Hesse Manufacturing Comnpany, under
the following prolaied charter, the orig-
inal of which is now on file in the office
of the Secretary of State of the State of
Florida. at Tallahassee, Florida.
C. G. Hesse,
W. C. Jackson,
D. H. McMillan,
C. D. Abbott,
Jefferson B. Browne.

The undersigned hereby associate them-
selves together for tlhe purlose of sbecon-
ing incolrp rated and form a crorpoation
under the laws of the State of Florida.
C. G. Hesse,
W. C. Jackson,
D. H. McMillan,
C. D. Abbott,
Jefferson B. Browne.
The name of the corporation shall be
"The Hlesse Manufacturing Company."
Its principal place of business shall be in
Jacksonville, Duval county Florida, with
authority to establish such branch offices
in other citiess and States of the United
States of America, and in foreign coun-
tries, as may be necessary to the conduct
of its business.
The general nature of the business to
he transacted by this corporation shall be
the manufacture and sale of what is
known as the Berry Window Shade Fix-
ture, to buy, own, manage, sell, register,
and dispose of trade marks, copyrights,
aml patents, and to sell and dispose of
articles covered by the same, and any
right or rights growing out of the same,
to sell and handle on its own account and
for others, all kinds of machinery and me-
chanical supplies, to sell and handle on its
account and for others all kinds of mer-
chandise whatsoever, to manufacture and
construct in whole or in part all kinds of
machinery, to build, construct, buy, sell,
lease, hold and convey, for itself and oth-
ers, mills, factories, manufacturing plants,
and power plants, of all kinds and descrip-
tions whatsoever, to own, hold, buy, lease,
mortgage and convey, and deal in for it-
self and others, real estate, and personal
lproperty, in the State of Florida, and
elsewhere, and to have, exercise and enjoy
all the rights, powers and privileges inci-
dent to corporations organized and exist-
ing under and by virtue of the laws of
the State of Florida.
Tihe amount of the capital stock au-
thorized shall be twenty-five thousar n
dollars, divided into two hundred and fifty

shares- of the. par value of ,on,- hundir<- dollars, ,ir in personal l|ril|rlty. n-al I--
tate or personal services accepted by lihe
Hoard of )irrecto irs at an appraised value
agreed uIlnn by tell.
This coroiirationi shall exist for tiec
term of ninity nili yar.1..
Tlite pilliiers of thii cirlmoration -all Ic
a Plre-idlnit. a Vice' presidentt. Se-cretary
and Treasurer, thli. two last nalilid ilUli Inlay Ix helix hy otne and tih alie l'rsiII,i
.and a lhoard of l)irectlor-. uleh oltliteirs to
to, eleetel on the .eonl 'I'lluesda.vy illn -an
nary of each year. Thei olliers w li anr
to conduct tlhe business if til lriMw';a
tion until thlos. ..40ct4l :*t th- first I"lt e
tion as prove idtled for in this clitartr' shall
Ile qualilied are, C'. (;. Ih.-s,.. i're ident
W\. t'. .aekson. Vice-PI'rident; 1). II. Me
Millan. Treasurer: ('. I). .\lAloott. S.- iary. andl ('. 4;. liesse, W. '. .lJacksi. 1).
I1. AlMMillan. .hleferson It. llrowne and l'.
1). Ablltt. lIoard of Directors.

Thl, highest :ilount of indebteldncs or
liability to which tihe corporation can at
any time subject itself shall Is' twice' tili
amount of its capital stock.
Tile nline and residence of t lhe subscrib-
ers are:
C. (;. lHesse. D)ILan4l. Florida. Ten
WV. ('. Jackson, Delland. Floridla. Ten
1). 1IF. 'Millan. Jackoniville, Florida,
Ten Shares.
Jeffn. It. lrowne'. .Jack.,oiville. Florida,
Five Shares.
C. 1). Ablre tt. Jacksonville. Florida, Five

State of Florida,
County of Duival.
IH-fore ine. a1 notary publicc in andl for
the State of Florida at large, l'ersiinally
apparel C. (;. Hliesse, D1). Hi. le.lMillan,
Je.fin. It. Browne, and C. D). Abbott, to nte
well known as the lMrsoIs whlo signed thei
foregoing proplosedi charter, and they s'v-
erally ai-khio.lid-lgil I-fore. nU.I tliat tey
signed the same for the purlpses therein
Witness my hand and seal this the 12th
dlay of August A. I). 190H.
(Seal.) J. WA.LKEI,
Notary PIublic State of Florida at Largi .
My (nmiiinission exp ires March 10. 1!I ..

State of Florida.
'County of Volusia.
ltefore ini., a notaryv public in anil for
tihe State of Floridla at large, IpersonallyI
alilpeared W. C. Jackson, to me well
known as the |li-rsonu who, -igmnl thi- fiori-
going lpro|posisl edged ltifore me that lie .in'med tlhe same
for the purie,.,es therein ,\pressed.-
Witness mly hand and si-al this the- 4th
day of August .\. D. 1!NK".
Notary Phublie.
My Commission expires August 10. 1111.
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Notice of Application for Tax Deed Under
Section 8 of Chapter 4888, Laws of Flor-
Hilliann- Sluth-l.iiind ( .. purclhas'r of Tax
Certificate No. ilI. dated tlit- 24d day of
July. A. I). 1!Mi. has filidl said (Iertiflieat
in my niice' and has inade application for
tax tld't' to issue in accordance with law.
Said certificate emiltraces the following de-
scrilwdI prol.'rty, sitniated in Duval couin-
ty. Florida, to-wit: Part SWi\\ of NElI
reconrtl in Iook 122, folio 491. Se,.. 23, T.
2 S.. R.. 23 Mast, l, acres. The said land Ie-
ing asserss,-l at the date of tlihe issuance of
such certificate in the narne of I ikniown.
l'nless said certificate shall lI rledeetell4
according to law, tax deed will issue there
on the 6ith day of Octoler, A. 1). l!nIS.
Witness ilv official signature and seal
this the 241 day of Septelmber, A. 1). 190iS.
(SIeal.) P. D. (ASSI IEY.
Clerk Circuit Court l)uval County. Florida

Notice of Application for Tax Deed Under
SSection 8 of Chapter 4888, Laws of Flor-
Ilillina-Sutherland Co., ipurclhaiasr of Tax
C(ertilicate No. 5142, dated tlilt 2d day of
July, A. 1). ltM!H. has tiledl .aid certificate
in my oiict.e, and has made apl>li-ationi for
tax deed to i,.sue' in ateotrdanel with law.
Said cetrtitieate eiiltraces the following de-
scrilie proli.rty, situatt'el in Dl)val coiln-
ty, Floridan. to- wit: E:/.. of SE'/i of NEI/
S,.. 23. T. 2 Soutih. 23 Ea l-t. 20 acres
'1hi'e alid land living asie'sed at the( date
of isualanel, of suIch certificate' in the nanel'
of I known. Unless said certilicate shall
i.- rdelen4'd a will issue tlhereon oni the title delay of (k to-
Itwr. A. I). 1M01).
Witliess ily ollicial signature andt seal
this the 2d day of Stplttiiilr. A. 1). I.!OP.
(Seal.) P. 1). CASSIDEY.
flerk (ircuit Court Duval County. Florida..

Notice of Application for Tax Deed Under
Section 8 of Chapter 4888, Laws of Flor-
Hillnian-Suth erland Co.. Ipurchaser of Tax
lvedl. No. 544, dated tihe 2d day of .July,
A. 1). IlhNi, lhas filed said certificate in lmy
ofi ri aldl has made alpllication for tax
lth ol to issu-e in atccordance, with law. Sail
cuertific-atte emlbrac's tlit' following dt.secrilb-
id prol'erty. situated in I)val o(inlty.
Florida, to-wit: NE:y otf SWi\%. NW'!V
qof SW\'/ Slee. 29, T. 2 South. 23 East. 1Ml
acres. Thi said land lIing assessed at the
late of issuance of suclih cetrtifi'ate in the
nalllm oif I'nknown. I'nltss said certilie'ate
hall hi rnlt'eninil aceordling to law. tax
id ttd will issia th.ereol n the itlh day of
OeltliwMr, A. 1). 190M.
VWitness my official signature andl *.al
this tith 2d day of S'epthnilw-r. A. D. 190S
(S al.) P. D. '.ASSIDIEY.
Clerk Circuit Court Duval County. Florida.

Notice of Application for Tax Deed Under
Section 8 of Chapter 4888, Laws of Flor-
HIillinan-Sut ltrland (o.. iurielrastr of Tax
('ertilictatt N"o. 5.>i;, dat<'il thle 21 dlay o,f
.Illy. A.).i. !N;Ni. lia fill said certificate
in ni.i\ oilic,. anil has Inade application for
taix ttI.I to, issill in accordane,' with law.
Said scrillel pro|lwrty. situated in D)ival coun-
ty, Florida, to-wit: NEl'4 (except part
recordedtl Tink 125-li0< and 12.-273) See.
13. T. 2 South, R. 24 East. 85 acres. The
)said land lIting assessdl at the date of
tiht issuance of suchl certificate in the naIme
of .I. S. Sininoitns. 'nl ess said certilicate
shall IN- reldinetled accordling toI law, tax
detl will issue thereon on the' ithl day of
Oct,-lwr, A. 1). 1908.
Witness ny official signature and seal
this the 2d1 lay of Septenmllr. 1). 190! .
(Seal.) P. D. CAS.SIDEY,
(lerk (ircuit Court DIuval Ctonity, Florida.

Notice of Application for Tax Deed Under
Section 8 of Chapter 4888, Laws of Flor-
llillnian-Suthherlhnud t',.. plurhliaser of 'Tax
(tCrtificate Noi. 5,57. dated tlhe 2d day ,of
.July, A. D. 11Ni1, has filed said ('trtilicate
in ny ollie, and has nadle application ftor
tax deed to issue in accordalnce with law.

Sid l-eltitiate iemblrace- 1. I' follhiwingh de
-,.ril.d property. situated in lhi\al -con-
ty llorida. t,- il: N\ ,, Se 1:., T. 11
South. i. 24 Fa~.t. 1i) a(re--. The said
l.11,,l l'viln a- 4 -- at thi, Ukitv ,f til't

.1. S. ,illilll ll-.. Ilnh -. -lid certiliva.it
shall Ie roedeef d .li ion foin to la.d Undta
deeed will i--n, ton-r.n on fHie litlh (ily of
h- ion oflr A. D. 10.. 488
Wililt.es my llieial a-i.naitire nd ,Iil sel
this tit 2j(1 dIly of Septe.lbller. . ). Il!mOS.
(Seal.) I'. ). .'A.5lI)EY,
Clerk (Circuit Court Duival Co'unty. Florida.

Notice of Application for Tax Deed Under
Section 8 of Chapter 4888, Laws of Flor-
llilhian-Sutheirland t(1.. lpurchater of Tax
Certificate No,. 5!4). dated* thle d i- a of

in ly ollive. tld llas ini ode 4 ai liDationl for
tax deed to illssue ill acordalnce with 1;1\\.
Sail ceritiinat' embrhae tiI, following ll--
.crilbed prI.erlty. siituated illn I)val colin-
tIv. Florida. to-\"it: S.. of NW '' Sec. 24.
T. 2 South. I. 24 Eil-';i. S41 are'-. Tl'hi
sali lanid I.eing t;itised at thil date (of

(kto. i .. 1 1l 0S.
\Witne.- my ,llicial iliatl iuret anlld -eal
thi, tlie 2d dayv of Seitlninlcr..\. 1). D.I.IS.
(S'al.) P 1. I). '.\ASSII)EY
('1erk ( ircuit (o'urt 'Ili\;al (' Flm.n!y, Flhridal.

Notice of Application for Tax Deed Under
Section 8 of Chapter 4888, Laws of Flor-
NOT)''F IS 'IIE EIY i;l\l-'N Tl.\TV
Ilillman rSntlerland t t'.. >irc.ha 1er If TIax
Certii atlte No. 5i.). dated the. 2d daiy of
lIuly. A. 1). I .4ti, li' tihe. -aid ,celrtiientt
ill toy alici. alid lias Imlade a ppli(catioll ftor
tax dhled to i-sue in aordallnce witlh law.
Said certifliate lembrales tile following
dev-erild >r,,pert y. --ituatedl illn Dival
comulty. Flrida. to wit: N\\'/, of SW\\',
See. 21. T. 3 SNouth. IR. 24 East, 40 acre,..
'The saiil inlil hinl alw i '-e se,.l at tlie late
Iof thlie is'-ilaiw. of -li-h' cer ifiealte in ihe
n1aIII of I'liknown. 'hnle's 'aiid certificate
shall Ile redeel)iinl a4wordilln to law. tax
,lh.rl w-ill is-ue tllherrlel onil th. Gth n li; of
kl-toler, A. 1). 190-4.
Witnes- Ily ofllicil siiignatlire alld sealt
lhi-i tlie 2d daYv of Seliitembler. A. ID. lMMS.
ISeanl. P. D. C.\SSI)DEY.
Clerk ( ircit (iiCiourt Duival Ciounty, hloridai.

Notice of Application for Tax Deed Under
Section 8 of Chapter 4888, Laws of Flor-
Ilillman-,Sutheriand Co., lpurchaer of Tax
('Certifi.ate No. ti;. lati,.,l ti. 2d day of
ulyv. A. 1I). 106l. hlis fileil iidl certiiti-iite
in niY o llie. andl hli- madeil application for
tax ieedVl to issue in -lirilil-ce with laI\\.
Saiidl ,ertilihate emniriicts- tih. following de
'--rildl lr"oeI-rty, situated in Duval couni-
ty- Florida,. to wit: N /,, of N\\\"/4 S<. 14.
T. :1 Siouth, I. 25 Ea-t, .4SO acres. Thle aid
land heilig assei- el ait flie, dih. if thie i-
soil-e If such i- -rtiticate in tie namet if
lUnknown. Unless .lill ceritiicte sliall lI,
redeilled iaccoredinig to law. tax de,-l will
isse thereon on0 tlhe lit di av of ihctober.

\W itnet, il ;llicial sigllatlre ;till .Ital
thi- the 20d dliy of Septemlier. A. 1). Ii.
(,Seal. P. D. C'. ,SIDEV.
(lerk ('irnuit C(ourt I)uval ('ountyI. F, rida.

Notice of Application for Tax Deed Under
Se-tion 8 of Chapter 4888, Laws of Flor-
ida :
Ilillman-Sutherlalinld Co., plurclhiaser of T axx
(Certitieat, No. 6117. dlatedl ti,- 21 davy of
July. A. I). I M- lha ; i, ( .1 aid tlt .rtifiate,
in InIVy ollice. and II, maden application for
tax deId to i-..,Ie in ac-ordance with law.
Said certificate i brice, tile. following dle-,
scriiH4l property situatedA in Durval .coun-
ty, Florida: NEa. / of NEM- Se. If. T. 3:
soiitli. I. 25 El-st. 40 r.e-s. 'Tlhe saidbind
Iving assessl ;it tlie dlat. oIf lie i issilance,
oif suclidh ;ertifiate in tlie nw of I.ail
Mort'gagc Ill nk. I nied-- tiid c.rtiiate
sliall IIe red.tleeied acirodilin, to law. tax
de %d will ino tih.ro.on ,,l th,. l ;tit lav of
1ci)lxqr. A. D. iliO.

S\\itli --- ln \ i, li-iial -i,_ll:n1lire ui l seal
lhi- Ilhe 2I dl i\ of ep l lber1. '. .\ I) o. '.
Il.I) I'. D). ( .A1SSIIDEY.
I .rk 4 ircuiit ',Cout I)Du\al (Co'inil. I-lorida.
Notice of Application for Tax Deed Under
Se-tion 8 of Chapter 4888, Laws of Flor-
N Ilill;ll .iii thl rilnitl Co.. Ipur-h'i.i-r of Taxl
Certilei-at- No. tili slated ilie 2l day of
- l ll \ I1 IPloNi. lia- ilehd -aid certificat
in otice olif lica ti n for Tax De der
ta\ ,1,,. to, i--mi. in X\ i.,,rdalll n it, law .
Said rlti'.lle I IILieeI tl. e fol[ I oI N ill I .'

I N iorli. I1. 2i E-:i-ti 24t .ire--. Tlite -aidl
land beinin, .i- -.- ed, ; al ila, dale of tl ie i--

re~heeentd ait.cordil;. to II w tIII\ deed will
i-ll.e Ihl'iI llil hit e Iitli dtl' \ of I k-tol 'ier. .\.
I). IlliS.
\\itliles' my ollicial signal re al ilii l val]
lhi tllte 2d diay of Septntller. A. I). 11'imS.
(S.l.1 P. I). CAS',IDEY,
C lerk C ir.ilit Courit DI)ivil County. Florida.

Notice of Application for Tax Deed Under
Section 8 of Chapter 4888, Laws of Flor-
NiT( Ii. In lIl:l.>' liIVI\'N T HATi
llillm.an Sutherlaind ( o.. priic r of Tax
I1 o-i'ilitt-' la M. 0 t.i t d t.l th e 2t 1 day of1
.lnl .\ .\. 1). I'!tii. h;iA filed .id -cer tif i te
in tll of liA, lid liao e ppliti o r Tax Deed Unde
tli\ .lr il to i"l--n illn a '.lrdi eii i wit lI \aw.
said ce.ltili.lte .-liballll.il tihe fillhowinll de-
i-iel l rpI. rty. -iltu te.l iill Duval co)E n
It'. 'ri ti, to it: I .,,I1 I. l 1i-1,,n' Suol
I)i\. paiil ( lii-. Se t:i n i;r;>nt. S 4-. 40. T.
I Nmorili 1. 27 E.a-it. 2s i'es. Th'lie said
l1nd beill. a--,-,ed al ti ,. date of tihe
is lani.c If ]iwh vvri iti.ate in I tw lialil off
I lnk;l,,\\n. I 'ieI -lid certificate t -hall hle
reileelleld a.l-c rdillg t I, law. tix lleedl will
i--lle lthreoll oi tle it lh daIv of k-tol.,tr
A. I). Ilos.
i\\ iln.e--- my li-ial] iiiiatuire and seal
li- thle -d t dlaY of S'epteinlMer. A. 1). 19OS.
Isea.il.) 1'. 1). C.\ASSIDEY.
S'lek ('Ciruit Court DIv'al Comtily. Florida.

Notice of Application for Tax Deed Under
Section 8 of Chaptel 4888, Laws of Flor-
N rOTIC Is HiIr.lt;.Y ;\r-\ TrilAT
Ililliiali-Sthlierl]ind Co.. ilrclhiaser of Tax
Ce,.rtiticnte N\o. lill. ldaild lthe 2d day of
Inly... .1). I!Ifx. lias filed aid certificate
in imy oihee, aoild li.s made application for
t;i\ l.deed to is.., in ;inrlcilanclle with law.
Saiil certificate emlir;>ces the followin, de-,
--eriled property -ituated in Duval (county,
IFlorihl. to w-\\it: L.ot 5Ti, o's S u-D)iv..
pan Chii 'li. Setotii No ,lli. 1. 27 1-i-t. .ill lt; ;ires. 'niTe said
hlanld eil'hz nis-e-,-ed at th ildate of the is-
'iulline of 'iilh certificate inll thile linane of
I'nkiiknowii. nle'-.s said certilihate sliall Ie-
redeen.wd tirdini to law., taIx deed will
i--e thereon oni tlihe th da.y of (kOtolber,
A. I). I m'. s.
\\'itnes-s Ii ,llifiial signature and weal
lhi6 tlie 2d day of Sep ,liier. A. D1. 1909.
I sell 1. 1 !1. ID).I '.
C lerk Circnit Court Duval Couniity. Florida.

Notice of Application for Tax Deed Under
Section 8 of Chapter 4888, Laws of Flor-
Illillmain -Sutherland O(N.. purchaser of Tax
erltifi;ite No. 6112. dated tlie 2d dahv of
.ill\..\. ). 1!90 lihais tili d aild certilieate
in t.nv police, a ind lim i- aitde implicationn for
t;i\ deed to i,,ssue in ;ll rlilce with law.
aid l ert-ilicate embrace ttilt following dle-
-crilbed property -itiiited in DI)u\al ,count y.
Florida. I, \\ it : S. 1.I a lres lot 7 Tisoii's
Su> ID\. part ('li.. S,;>tomi <;rant. Se4-. 40.,
T. I N-oilli. 1l. 27 Ea:st. 15, ;nre,. IL >( '4.
'i-o '~s ll, I) Di\.. partl (11;-. se;Itonli Granit.
See. tli. T. I North ,ii. 27 l,fal. 2SS a-res.
'1 .e '.aid 1ln1d Ieilll ns.r .sed at tihe. date
of ilhe i-.il;lllce of -.h ,l certilieate in the
iiiie of I ikliownii. I'nh-s said certificat'
'liall w ravh.mn-., .4rdilig Io fIw. tit\
\hel ill i--'l thrown 1| illh, lit lh day of
eti,.e \. I. I 1904.
\W itnel'- il\ ollie'il i l-,ii:ituitr. aMnd seal
thi- I the 2day of d..September. .\. I). I'.S.
iS", l.. '. II. ( '.\,S ID)EY.
i h.-rk Ciruit C'ourt D)l\;il County, Florida

Notice of Application for Tax Deed Under
Section 8 of Chapter 4888, Laws of Flor-
NOTICE l' IS Ill:i;EY ;1\ N THAT
Ilillhiim *-lli II, lilnd l (, i.. purl-lin-l of Tax
I ,'rtilicat le \,. i;l:l. da t l tille 2d dai y of
*Ilil' \ i. I). I!It i;. ll;- tilend alid .ertifie-te.
in oicec. o p lica tio f Tax D aplietion for
ita\ ,led to i--ie illn at---onlaln- e \\ith law.
Sectin 8ie embrohapte til4 following dlor-
-erilbd property -iittial, in Duval county,
1-loida: to-\it: IPart Chis. Season (rant.
Ne.iITel ,l k IS l, foliYo il, I. ees. 37.' :t,

;ilrl 'lihe si land l in i.sa,,il ,-,ed a. t tilte
Idatl f Il., i--llIn.nie f -ilI cert2liEa te in
thile naiii of inkniowni. Iulless said cer-
tifihate -ill Ie rei'le llied tne-ordillng to law,\
Itai\ del- will ii--e l lerleoi on the With lday
tof 4ktlolit-r, A. I). I I!1S.
\\Wit ness my lli.il signallitre and setal
tliis tlit- 24d day of S-leptember, A. I). 1INIS.
S'Ieal. 1 P1. D). CiASSIDEV.
I lerk Cir-ilit ourt I)u\al County, Floridia.

Notice of Application for Tax Deed Under
Section 8 of Chapter 4888, Laws of Flor-
Ililini -:lnm ltlit-rhaild ('o.. ipurcllasel r of 'Tax
Certiliit;-a No. til4. dlatil tile 2 d day of
.uly A. 1). I!hi;. liaIs tilehd said certili-ate
inl my olli-. ai li in made a1pplicat ion for
ii\ d eed I to i-iie h ill a -ordallnce witli law.
Said i'ert ifliai embraci.e tlie, following Ile-
e.ihl i *rp.tr\ -ittiilted inll Duilval county,
I-lomiida. o \\it : IPrt (' hai S Iton lranit
lecorliedl l,.ook I1Y. folho 7i!>. fSee. 37, :3S
iiand :li. T. 2 and I Nrthi. I. 21i East. !22i

date oif thlie i-.iiaie olf ucli certilicate in
I nlie i lmeof ti k llnwn. I e iles saint ver-
tilicate 'slll IN- reileatid acelordin ti law,
tax i'eed \\ill i-tIe there, ln oi lthle tit day
,of cntober'. tI9. 8-.
W\itne-ss mni ollivial s-ig;natlure and seal
lhi- lli, 21I da< o4f Septemiiber, A. 1). lD!i .
ISeal.) 1'. I). C'A.SSID)EY.
Ilehrk Circuit Court ullval Co unty, Florida.

Notice of Application for Tax Deed Under
Section 8 of Chapter 4888, Laws of Flor-
Ililli:iun iSutherland (iC.. plurlihaser of Tax
(Certificate No. 6124. dated the 2d day of
ilyl, A. 1). 1Ii. hlia ail.d 1-9id certifi.iate
in ticny ollice, ain has imaldT application for
taix detil to ihue in n-lcordaclite with law.
Said certificate embraces the following de-
seriltd iprolierty situated in Duval county,
HFloida. to, wit:I l.ot 51 See. 24, T. i South.
Il. 21; lEatt :tr acres'. The said land hieing
asse-sel at the late of tie issunniin. of
iuchl certificate in tilte name of Unklownii.
l'iless -.aid ctertiflieate shall Ilt- reli4-niil
according to law. tax deed wiill issue thiere-
l, onll tlhe lith day of (October, A. 1). 19iS.
Witlen-- mliy o41liial Aig.nature and s al
tilis tlhe 2d daiy of Septli:iler, A. D). 1'.10f.
(Seal.) P. 1). CASSIDEY,
(Clerk Cirncuit Court huval County, Florida.
Notice of Application for Tax Deed Under
Section 8 of Chapter 4888, Laws of Flor-
Illillian-Stiitherland Co.. purchaser of Tax
Certificate No. 70:3, dahed thc 2 rd day of
.Ilulv. A. 1). ll>011 hi.1i lill-i said certifii.ic t
in imy olice,. anid lihas made aplpli.ation for
lkax ,il(-d to i{ssi in aecordiane with 1;%.
Sail ('ertilicate embra-es lie. folhwinig de-
s.ilil prol 'rty .Iitliatedl in Duval county,
Florida. to, wit: Lot 2, and NF.' ,/tSe.
2; T. 1 North, I1. 27 East. 190 acres. The
saihl land iKhing asessed at the date, of thle,
isulanle of si-li certificate in tt ie nm1'ie of
u'nkno\\wn. I'nless said certificate shliall hl>
redeemed accordinglil to law. tax ilel \\ill
isue thelreoln on tile 1ith diay of (!l.ler,
A:\. D). IM>s.
\\it itn --i Not ll.i l siignatore and seal
thi- tile 2-1 daY of Septnlember. A. A 1.90S.
(sell 1. I'. 1). CA.\NSID)EY.
I Clerk Cirit Coiirt DI)uiail County, Florida.

Notice of Application for Tax Deed Under
Section 8 of Chapter 4888, Laws of Flor-
lliiI:I n SillIierlaind ( oI.. Iipurchaser oif l';i\
( ertilieat. No,. 714. dated thi.e 2d1 day of
.illl\ ..\. 1. lim i. ha-, lilehd -ald cerlil'e;it.-
iln iy o ilh ilnnd tii- liiild application for
tll\ de l to i--le ill ;int l ail-ce with law.
. .aihl certil'ate embtdraces tilhe following de-


Capital $200,000

Wholesale 0 Jacksonville, Fla'

scril'd prlope'rty sit uaii ed in lhi\tl countli y
Florida, to, wit: S/, of Nm\'n/i of NV, i/1
S.'. 25. T. 1 North . 27 amlst. 120 ;i'-s..
IThe aid h.inml 'lmingl aIsssm.ld ilt tiell :liate
of t li issuiaine' of lsulh'i e rtificate ill t he
Inimei o f n'lknown. I'nless aid ertili.'ate
shall ie redel.emed Iaccordin to lw'. tiax
deed will issi.u t tl l'r'ol t th ida ll ; f
(kll-tlm ir. D). 190 .
NWitness nmy otlicial signature anm seal]
this llthe 1 diay of September. Alll .. I. 194S.
(Seal.) 1. 1). ('C.ASSIIEY.V.
(lerk circuitt ('Coutrt )uval countyty, Florida.
Notice of Application for Tax Deed Under
Section 8 of Chapter 4888, Laws of Flor-
Ilillnan-Sutherland tCo.. purchaser of Tax
Certificate No. 70. datedl the 2d day of
.i111ly, A. 1. 1. 0( I has filed said certificate
in .my ollice, and has made application for
tax di' 1i to issue in accordance. with law.
Said c'ertitficater enmlraces the following de-
scrilmil prolromrty situatll i in Duval i clnty.,
Florilda. t-wit : NEi/, of SEt SNee. 27. T.
1 North. I. 27 East. 40 iacren. 'The said
land IN-ing amses'sdl ait tlt" date of tihe
issilianc of I suh certifi'at in thll nlllmi of
unknownn. alnl .- m mid 'il rltilfie('I shall i
re'hli-nti iss~' til'r'on oi te- flth dayli of Octol mr.
A. TD. 19X.
W'itnel s imn- ollillicial sigmatlre and *-ali
tis& thi. 2d dav of Sllptl.nil xr. N. ID. li S.
I(. mll.) I. 1). C('SS)IEY.
C('lrk (ireuit (Court l)iiDuvl C'ounty. Fmlorila.
Notice of Application for Tax Deed Under
Section 8 of Chapter 4888, Laws of Flor-
N ('I'I('t IS i1-EIIEIctY (CiViN rIAT
]lill1i1min-1SmiTO t h nlmrllan ( )i.. mitllirhaser of Tax
('ertilirat No. 70,. dlate.d tit.' 741 dlavy of
.Inly.% A. 1). I!(t. lia. s Ill. ill timy otli'-,. ;ild m ilas inalh appl, ication for
tax d*'mdm to issmil in avcordamn'ce witl law.
Saidl c.rrtlitfate imiirlibrr tihe following de-
.,-rilm4l ipro)l'rt y sittilitl ill in l)mial Florida. to wit: S;/, of S\\'i S 1'. I North. i. 27 East. 40 arers. Tiht said
lanI I..iini g al-.s--'m l at tli' il;it' of the im,
- mmiia r of ti1ich crt ifi'ate in tih' nalnei, of
I'okiikno\ i. ni'ess said rertifl'ate' -i|all ; li
rmmdlim'ied mi'ordling to law. tiln dm''l \will
i-.-i tiher on oil the li i ri ii.d of l k-.toll-i..
A. I). 19lO.
\Vitiniss niv ollicial sigiiatiur'r and vial
l his tli.. 2d daiy of Sptlinil-r, A. V. I. 190S.
(Seail.) 1P. I). ('.ASII)EY.
( Clrk Iircuit Court Ihiral County. Florida.

Notice of Application for Tax Deed Under
Se-tion 8 of Chapter 4888, Laws of Flor-
NT'II( IS 1K l1itE'ltY iIVN THAT
Hlillian-uh Siirlandil Co.. piinlrchasr iof Tax
(mrtilicaht No. 712. dated tlit' 2d day of
.Iuly. .. I). I101i. lias fil. d ai in mty % lice, and hls made al tax ,il'li to i-'ii m illn a'erdancei with law.
Saidl cmlirtiiiat' emilira seril.ld prol-'rty situlitedi in liival county.
Florida, to-wit: Lbits 5 and 4; S''. 21. T.
1 S.uth. It. 27 Ea.st, !S (acrs. Thi smail
land Ixn-iii aiss,,ss'mml at thel date of tihi.
i. .ssmiau 'r of i 'tIh certiti'at' ill their ii nu-.
of I'nknowii. I'nlh.s idal ert iii-at i Alii ll
lIm r0m'4i'l'miel0 am-mlrding to law. tax dvi'l
will isuii' tliher-nI on tlih tith day of < kito-
I .-r. A. 1). 190S.
Witness iiv olilicial signiatire and sm'al
this tih 2d d'ay olf Seipt'-nlK-.r. A. I). 1908.
(S..al.) 1'. 1D. CASSIIEYV,
( Clrk circuitt (Cuirt Duval County, Florida.

Notice of Application for Tax Deed Under
Section 8 of Chapter 4888, Laws of Flor-
lilliiian-Stii'thrland 'o.. pCriolims'masr of"m Tax
( irtilicate No. 7'91. dattcd timt. 2,1 day of
JIuly, A. D. 19oIN, has fil'd said ce.rtificatm'
in mny otlie, and has made application for
tax de'. to issue in accordance- with law.
Saiil i-ertifieate embraces tlt- following de-
s.'rii.'d piropilrty. situated in I)hval county.
Florida, to-wit; VE%. of JE i' tv. 31, T. 1

Nort,,h... I. 2 t. ..re. Th.. s,,iiO 1:.,ac ai-., JOSEPH ZAPF CO
I 'in.ll ;! -<1.'I I a iI t ll idall mf t1 1 4' i I--'Ia1m I -m 1 1
of -'ii-t i cmi 'tiim-ml.t ini tI oim ll lit -f II it

iolll I l' lith da\i t" of thtfoi'l'.r. k 1). Oifim..
\ i t n ,' Il \ ,,ili 'ia ll ui, n a t u r a n d ,-a l 4 0
tihis thII 21 hi of vi C Sptl mi er.. It1. 19 l4.i 40 -
S,.l. 1 '. 1) CA NS I1,l)E '.
('i rk ('ircuit ('ott I)mr i ial ( Iount .. F ,riila.
Notice of Application for Tax Deed Under Faultless Chip Skimmer
Section 8 of Chapter 4888, Laws of Flor- lles C p S mm holele Daer in dI ottl t, i

NtICii: I IFHl :l{V '1: Tl\T Ti...t .kiinn.er nimad. iiilpi'"oin,. AN HEUS ER.-BVSCH
Hllmiia Nuti Silriand t o.. pilrcliha-. r of l'i;\ jvry .harur.; inakimni beItter rosin anrdl-.
(*Crtilieant, No. 7794. l at.,i tel.. y f l ,,,r ,;,irit. N,.w r,.idy for delivery ;it St. Louis Lager Beer
.Jily. .. 1). MX4 ;, ha. fil., siI aid .r.i ii,.ii ,,.. ole
ll 11in Im '. of ic ll i mil i tm) al d'i (; r,,lr at ,,ne through yo i r W holta le
tai\ deed to. i" .ue in a,-o,,rdam. ii wmitl I>Nw. factor. ;iiar;niteed to. pay for itself oi ti he. l
Said certili:aite .,.rilm~l srol .. rt itiloted in ll u\ l IV. l !
Fh.ril.ml ,ri..,inty \itultl" iI" t)>.l '"(- *'' FAULTLESS SKIMMER COMPANY, e f
Florida. to wit: N\\' of s\\i, s.-<. .3:1. (.,Write for Prices
T. I North. 1. 2S l:a-t. oIll ,r,-. T ,. ;i ( l il,., (.a.
la ind Ii.iin m ...,-.- ,i t th,. ,l '. t he. i
'ln.iimiim inf illm .1h ri'ttifi t'at j. in IIthe. mii f
I nik. I \%,,l..- .i.i. %'.,ill STILLS AT VERY NEAR COST

Notice of App;lication for Tax Deed Under

Section 8 of Chapter 4888, Laws of Flor-
1.). 1 9M IIP .. a
\it e ii,-. ,my 11:1,tl i- i ldt ait ll. icai' timll .ol
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Notice of Application for Tax Deed Under

Section 8 of Chapter 4888, Laws of Flor-ll ill.- ri st il
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'n him -- -m. a id m m iir't i mi 'm tm -him ll i-m rmimmnimd i., ,mn m -hr i m n ,, m mi, '.mn i\h t hm lmr i ', ,,l mt ill-. ,m i hi ni t imm r im mum -il i'i n -
ma,'mmrm linmi. tm mm.. ti\ ml,,, ;ill i--im, Ih,.,. -ih.ri hlm .. N ml -' r.m ,'- .mmm' at mm m,.ry hmmm .mri '. :inim I Iiaim ,h'm'idm'l to put the
Sen c t hion 8 of Chapter I li r. .. I. i i,,m' La. t ill- i, ki.,li..,' ith -ma ,. \\im'h m t im am, f, nm iri- list. which
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Notice of Application for Tax Deed U nder h.ml. I )r,,p, ,mm n ,.:im,-t .lh,,, mm lirim ,r t ir .' t t tmmr '. ur i \:imnnt-.. .-k fm r our
Section 8 of Chapter 4888, Laws of Flor- mm.mmklmt mmf t,. l imntmim,-.
ida: M. A. BAKER, Brunswick, Ga. M. A. BAKER & CO, Pensacola, Fla.
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('-ertificl 'te No. .s ilatm'i l tile' :1 ;l vI of
.Inly.i- I). 1tIN0i. hllas tfile aid .t i- li-:llei
in my oilliri and liias madeni l aliplim:t ion fm l
tax dleed I t i-tie iin aeordnallnei \\imm iti \\.
Said certiliclate e'imi'(-ces ti' e olloi\\im i ei
' i'ile-lm-I 1r .rtly 'it uat ed, i in l)n\ial coni t i\.
I'loriiai. ito wiit: N -:, m S\\' i. f S'\\ i
See. 20 '. 2 Soiitlli. IL 24 -'i-. 2:O ;2 l -.l
The .aill l nm ti Iwillig iss,-. I ;lt it.i i;1.1t
of lihe imuani e of s'i iili cer-ti'i'ite' in tI ,
i m m inte I kmmm lie-- -aid I.m i lmll'tim ilt '
shal ll I ren' le'.' d ; dei'eml will i'.iim I lierl ol on thil e l ith li \ of
(k-tholerX. i). 1908.
A\ it nl m.- f ti oml' ia l -iiiatiurr ; l mi ,'-al
tlii- tit.' 2,1 da' of Siptmiiemrm I). 1i!tO
(Neal.) i'. 1) 4 ASSI)1E'.
('-Clerk (Circuit Collurt )ll\;l I'ountl y. Floidl;i

Cypress Tanks

for All Purposes

Write fr Catetiem

Preston Miller Co.

Dept. B Crescent City, fla



Special Tools

W\ are a:rikinl 3 on
to write the .lubber
altoiut our goods. be-
caluse our facilities
fur meeting the de-
ilands of the trade
are better than ever.


.IlIlII II 112 Ii i? I I II I tI IIIIIII 1 1 1 I I IIlI I.I
SJ A. CAi 4SON. fre.ideat J DUSUNBUKy. lst Vice-President
T.A. JA, NNlcqs. ;nd Vice-President II. L. KAVToN. 3d Vce-President aud Sec.
H F. E. .eSC umT.B. Treasurer.


ranch Of ice: .IACKSONVILLE, PLAK. I Brranch Grocery Hou.e, -
N Cv coLunosrv t.
Naval Stores Producers are Invited to Correspoed With Us. g
I 5I5111 11 I K1I I .; i-r-i-++e;L3 3 3| 53 1511 3113113 I I I .T



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

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

GOOD FOR SUNNY' JIM. ilh', DIINA ;I 4 '..uuit.N. lI 'I )I i. h .. i %it icth 1-oat.r: .4.h muindlit tii.t4i,4ift of va:IIit:1 stooek
1114. J.I.c-a' l 1 ... 4111w4 11 "'11(4 No 4W( .1 hralle14'I44'' :411(1 a:11 lc.1( 4 ;I, Nit N-- 11: 1. 4' stilh-1 '1iiI,-cr('la. dI hI, v:11 :IT-':

Leader4'4 St4or,' :11 Nl 1444 4 i4 I'a.:41ht xl( (Ili'41'.1,rTh natir me t tilt- business to hli' W. M. TIrout man. .1:ok-m-i~illi'. Fa..3

via thIe S-ealoard Ai.iii, iail\a a e ,w
days 14ago. It 1%1- -40d 1\ MIr. 1al1uric E..
Iloblhis4 ol. tlhe '"4SI nl1 .ini" -.la .iianii of
h1 4'o, (lni: i '. I ('ll, r ca't %;:- '-hlipl'd
on Thur-da\ %i;a it.e Central i;iilway toe
hMessrs. M. e~--l.r Stile- of Iluie id'le. It
was -ohil iy iMr. I.. ( I.-ckhlrt. who
travels for tliel' Ioseil., iinh (44 i4 ii i in
Nortli Carollina.- ahill Pi1.(re 1
FroilI the al toe. it will I eein thal t tllh
llrsillne- ofl t S'1111.l i i ..lil" :lo iiinson i- fair
fron' Mll (l-i., ini1il1. ,a d alt (lio .lh ;I. h1ar
worker for hi- iconilany. lie lha- mil loth i
of friiid,- inll lh ,id- a t ir -, ,i*ir t- 1d.i li ''
and ta 'i'ig ;I ',. Iti, oI 4 .t I '- I 4r.
: oliti- ,i lia- ju-i lhii-hl.d hi- 27th .\, r
w it'h llit I i 1. -Ili4 | .liy anI i ;il p1 .''-i4it i
the nll] i tn;lii]i- t N, tll l ;iili-io \\ith iis
wife. t n, o i .; ;1 ,lil"hl neeiwld i --t.

Thil tra(klei.- trolley i 4 not 4ni idle
dream a,- l''rteen of theill ar.e \iein, -ry'
sneCe.iflly operated in .in-ipe. In enl
ral ioutline ami on-.t actionn t1 i ti ckle'si
trolley looks not unlike it, pioiot\pe
wht.l i444 n 1ds niust keep lon :i track. "1he
s;illne electric mllotors dri'\ tlhe new trinl
Ivy whire I a llexille, o yiwiel' ionl. "l'lie
trill y 1 h rel n r l i ol o i4- ll i t t tll,.
wire 4and is <(onne-te.4d Ito IlIe car i.. :; \\ iir
cble'. lThe vehicle is -teered. with a wheel
like a:l, n. toiiollileo 1The ar- ,-arr. thirty
pas-e n ers.
.% ilnlihtwr of P.ennsylvan1iiia ('capitali--
are' planning to .Ioperate a t .Irckle-k Itro!hle
line fromil ( hattanlloo(a Ito t top II
\'alden's lRidge. Teili.. a diita. ne o
fifteen il's So far tile trackless tllrol'Hy
1.as leen iits 1"'rat1 es ilvelopoi'nt ill

Notice is hereby given, pursuant to th l
Statutes of the State of Florida, th w'e.
the undersigned. intend to apply to thie
Honorable Napoleon It. Itroward, G governorr
of the State of Florida, for Letters Patent
to x' issued to the Duval Distilling (om-
pany, in accordance with the Articles of
Association hereinafter set forth and
adopted as a proposed Charter.
R. P. Sowers,
W. M. Troutman,
T. H. Simpson.
.lJaekonville, Fla., August llth, 190f8.

Articles of Association of Duval Distilling
VWe. thle undersignl. i, have asswiated to-
gethe.r for the purpose of fornniag a cor-
p)oralion for profit, under the laws of the
State of Florida, and adlopt tIle following
as thie carterr Iof said corporation.
The namely. of this coriNoratio: n is tilhe
DUVAL DISTIL.IN1 ('.M4 11 ANY, an1d it-
principall place of blusinesH is in i.lakson

Co k If not.
WITH Why not?
liIfElfINvil I F

trainsacted l. thi- ,-..,o .>,t ion shall he to lir.-.. ;:t.:N.(',4W t I 6AS COMPANY
carry -n tihe g~e.al n-iie-.s of distilling 1 T. 11 SiTip-in, .Inek-oiin illb, Fla.. A CO
and nalting, including ihe manufaetuire, ihar .:;. tl4 .4l.
diitilling, re-dit killing, o(f alcohol. w1Ines.. In w1itne:. w r1 e.1.l the suhis-eribin(l in-
-lirits4 ila liquors of all kinds, :and the, o Ipolrator halie hreu to -set their hands'
nial ufal l'tre of mul'lt liujr( and lever 'and ( eals. I
ages. and the deai in and sale of the R. P. Sowers, (Seal) CHAS. A LARK, lN
-:-ann to,1,gtlhr \ith th111- y 1". illt.c( tl er-P W. M. Troutman, (Seal)l F = I_
oif. To lny, own, hlandil and sell lioe stok, I T. H. Simpson. (Seal) 186. Ja.
.ra;in. I;Ol ;1 and ro-visi-ons; "To buy, la.e, t Phone 186. Jacluonvlle. Fla.
own, (rtgag. M1 ll (d co n'eyV all kinds (Iutt 1 Hra.l -
of pro -hinrv. a>r,.lo,,u., and o(tlher Iillings I lef.orl -, i tlli- daly Imwrsonally Lappeared
on,, its r.al (.,1at; ,To ,ltih anis '. rs-. W. M. Troutan a1nd T. IL Walter MucklOW,
a lild b ll4': ('-.' If t11144' lll'iillv4';. ill t he St a : ': a imnnps,( \\ NI ar4 well known (to n14- a(nd
,fn l'h ,rilan, i oel. teIS l. -iiih s4 in thli,( StatL tT k1\vi to, Ihe the I' lr'l- rns descrlla'd CERT-IFID PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT,
1,,f l.lo.ila. rli and whn1 x.lt.ln1.. thl1 for egling Ch(ar- Roomn 447-44 Mateal Life Ug
,oi, 4'" 41 lll ,t i, II ,.b\ilI,. -,.. I't hi,1 ,l ., l Alrti .cle,- f In ,of 4,,th.r ri'.ratio, :ind of inli4vibluals. ;lly ,klld'l'I I'ifor(' i1. that they JlACKSOVILL'. LA.
aloof to1 lav, h n- :ii1 'x .,'u.(' ",1h i l 1her powI er-s] *I'\ 'l 1t's "t i a t-' fair th 1l pur'-ose" therein
;. may i e> n .<- a iy or iinviiient to ti, pre d and set forth. I
s<'vrali btinltessi- a:i. si.it.l, ilndenr WI illn'-- li.1 ;ill 41ivna lld ial al this W D. JO N E
theil h w- of Florida:. 11 hi da'y f .\Iug t A. )., 9l OS, at 'ack- PRESCRIPTION SPECIALIST
ARTICLE I.II il I)ll'l ) Cou11 iity, Flori ...
SISIall I Chas. S. Adams,
The' capital stook of this ,orloratiton is Ntary u 'i Stat (If lrida. FA MILY D R U G GI ST
Ten Thluisand (.010,()) IDollir.s to Ibe di-
lv. ( Iolla.ld is ioll E)xpirel (kOtolwr 30, 107 E. BAY ST.
\'idl iit ito Ion hundred srs par l. A-15-t. il takda 4w1r BlitD.
\.valueh1( ( (iho' l Hundr(ed ($1004).001) IDollars5
,aelh, to 1.' paid in cash.
"RT"St JCph Acadpmhv LORETTO,FLA.
Th,. trn4 foir 1 whih tlis e(orlnlation is JSt. Joseph's Acm (near Mandarin)
to exist is ilinlety -ine years froli and A Boarding School for Boys. Conducted by the Sisters o St. Joseph
after the dlate of Itters Patent. .
ongftr Iof ys from S to 14 years Received, Carefully Trained, along
ARTICLE3 V. I Physical, Intellectual, Moral, and Social Lines. Healthy Location Mag-
nificent Swimming I'ool, Complete Equipment in Schoolrooms, Dor-
T1Il, l1hsini'ss of this corlioration shall l'.11i mitories, Dining Hall, and Recreation Rooms
conrlncel l .y a Pres-iilent, Vice-Prealdent. Apply for prospectus to the SISTER SUPERIOR. ST. JOSEPH'S ACADEMY. Loretto, Fla
Secretary andl 'ITriasurer and a. ItlarIl of
Directorsi, cons-iti"ng of three stockholders.
The llic's ",'f "cretary ':I H r as lrer Jacksonville
miay bto hold hy the qsail lporson. 'LThe
nn111l1'r of dlire.-tor miy |l- he ehang-e ( f'I d front I lorida.
tinme to tinie by the stockholders at a D U V A L .
nlwetinfg called for that purpose, Iing at ~his Hotel has recently changed hands, and is under New Management
no tinle less than three or more than
thirteen. Tlhe Directors shall lm elec.tedl Throughly Renovated Throughout
h.y t he stockholders :t eacht' a.1nnua l -meet Headqquarters IOr Turpepxntine Operators
in, from those stockholders then qualified D A U ,IIIDDC I n nl r

to vote. All oIther ollice'rs and ;agents of
this corporation shall Ihe chosen or Lap-
pointed at thle time and in thie imannler
pr'esril'Id bIy the li'i La'-w. ibt tliel Presi-
denlt ioilst Ile chosen from thle Directors.
The annua11l nleting of tlie stockholders
-hall I-e ihel ilon tie lir-i Mionday of J.laii-
ary of each year I'giiiliiin hI in ei ye4ar
li4H9 I'ntil tlhe ulliver, elected at Ihe
lirst aillnnuiiall n till o(f stoll-kholdl ers -lhall
I.e qu11 lilid.l. 1tie Ibusiiie-- of tiii c'or-
Iloration shall lie condlhlited l>\ tlte follow-
ilng Illiver- I P. I w r. I'residlnt ; \V.
NM. Trout man. Vi - St-. t e- ar.-TrI-ik lrr, and h:ti pIrmonsli.
.liall -onsitlute thie Ioard of Directors.
l ITICI. Vi.
The Ihighest ;g moili of(t ildebtednellss it
\\lichl thi4 co Irporation an at any 4 : I illi'
-l-u lject its..!f is Five vTh4' i-i.nd .1 l .INlt.<04)

4 I. :T-..I l '
iThe 11.ine- an;il rc-idtnice, of It he incor-





Illustorathig mad Eaigrviang O partasmmt
of the



Splendid.\ 4,iipiild for business. lHalf Tones and Zinc Elhings inali to order in
tI.e o-t inliprovd1 and artistic f;,-ahioni. llustrations for n,'ewspa(1 ers and all kinds
,o I onirii -a.ii l \\o(rk. I'lia phllets Etc.
A Specialty is Made of Designing, Retouching and Embellishing
Photographs and Pictures.
In \\ri!in, or applying for Plices, live thIe Mo-t Explicit Ibe-cripltion ot What is
'anted. (l l N Work and IProllmpt Delhiverie-s Promise'ld.
A Flrwi Eadw s. e iT7 It.-

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 the
4 paper $3.00 for one year's subscription. It takes several
thousand 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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me the Industrial Record one year from date.

Note---If you are already taking the Record and are in arrears, kindly enclose
Suthe amount of your arrearage. We need it.
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See The




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D. C. Ashley. D. C. ASHLEY, President. w. Blount,
G. A. Petteway. B. W. BLOUNT. Ist Vice President A. Carter.
Chas, H. Brown, and General Manager. T. . Culbreth,
P. L. Weeks. G. A. PETTEWAY. 2nd Vice P-es. A. S. Pendleton.
J. G. Cranford J. M. ASHLEY. 3d Vice Pres. (;. Lastinger.
H. Weibert. S. H. BERG. Sec. and Treas. J. M. Ashley.
S. H. Berg. T. B. Harrison.

Commission Merchants
and Wholesale Grocers
Receiving Points--Jacksonville, Tampa and Fernandina,
Fla., Savannah, Ga.

Capital Stock. $1.000.000.
* M(36S3sSCXAS3^^^ggy



J. D. WEED & CO.,

Savannah, Georgia


Hoop Iron, Turpentine Tools,

Batting, Etc.


"Old Time" Remedies
These four great remedies, ahbia Tea, Beedicta, Cuban Rief
and Cuban Oil, are the joy of the household. With them near at alnd, a rl
man is ready for any emergency. He ham a safe, reliable and speedy relief -- ta
for wife, children, self or stock. With these remedies you can keep the Cula
doctor's hands out of your pockets, and yet have a healthy, happy family. u****
Besides, you can cure your stock of any ailment that may befall them
NUBIA& TEA-In Liquid or Powder Form-Is the great family medie. It
will cure all forms of Liver and Kidney Complaints, Prevents Chil aad Malarial
Fever. Cures the common ailments of children; and as a laxative tooie it is without
an equal-safe and reliable. In the liquid, it i extremely peait.ble oa& children
like it-and it is READY FOR USE.
BEEIWCTA is a women's medicine. It will ere all the diseases common to
women, and classed as Female Troubles. It will bring youth back to the traded woman,
who has gone one suffering because she thought it womane lot. It will care for the
young girl just entering womanhood; and prepare the young womma for the sared
duties of wife and mother.
CUBAN RELIEF-The instant Paint Killer, for either man or beat. Relievt
instantly, Colic, Cramps, Cholera Morbus, Diarrhoea, Dystentery and Sik Headache.
For colic in horses it is an infallible remedy and is guaranteed to give relief in ve
CUBAN OIL-The Best Bone and Nerve Liment Is antiseptic for euts,
snagged or torn flesh, and will instantly relieve the pain. Cures i nect bites ad stings,
sealds and burns, bruises and sores, chapped hands aad face, ore and tender feet.
Relieves rheumatic pains, lame back, stiff joints, and in stock cures wire fence eats,
scratches, thrush, splint, collar sores, saddle gall, and diseased hoofs.
Write us fr Prmle
SPENCER MEDICINE CO.. Chattanooga. Ten


Rough and Dressed Lumber

Long Leaf Yellow Pine.

Pres. & Treas.

Vice Pres.

Sec'y a Getl. ngr.

Florida Cooperage Company
(Incorporated) Capital Stock 0100.000



Seed Oil, Dip

and Syrup Barrels.
Office and Factory Enterprise and Estele Streets.
Telephone 1855 Jacksonville, Fla.

To be Imitated is to be Flattered
W\\e 'M Il.:lders in uir line of business. the cut herewith display3c is the repro-
duction of an aetuail photograph taken of one of our standard 30c)-hl. Turpentine
Stills eIonnerted ui1 inll our vard, showing the Kettle, Cap. Arm and Worm, also the
(::Ite. ,location of sanis and rivets. It is not a seamlless still, but ha.i the fewest
*sams in it of anly Still on the market.
This itl represents i ur a;tctal lprllduction and is not made by a cast-off cut of
any ot her concern.
If yo\,r .rlit d ,'epen on lthe lluality and workmanship of your Still it is evi-
dent th lt 'you Inni-t get na Melillan Still All improvements that have been made
on, Tllirl'ntine Stills that have been worthy of the consideration of the Producers
for 1 he In; s l.dee;le are suin511l 11up in the MlcMILAN TURPENTINE STILL of which
there are nmolree in opei.rationl tilay than all other makes put together, and that they
Sare sin t,_' l"-rf't altisfation is shown lby the ever increasing demand; because they
ar,. built light. Posibly a litl higher than any other at tirst cost, but your repairs
and tlie risk fr on tire is nmilkh less hazardous.
'Thlles, gos .i sare, ill r reach' froinm aI1 etteviille, N. C., Savannah, Ga., Jackson-
ville. 1ia.. :and Mobile, .ila.

McMillan Bros.

Jacksonville, Fla.Also Fayetteville, N. C. Ala. Mobile,

Savannah, Ga.

~- ~ ~. --~--


Direct From the Importer

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

41 Xi- 41 West Bay Street Jacksonville, Fla.

)))i, -I

Barnes & Jessup Company

Jacksonville, Florida.

Naval Stores Factors and Commission

C. H. Barnes. President, J. A. Ewing. Vice-President.
E. B. Wells. Secretary and Treasurer.
DIRECTORS: C. H. Barnes. J. A. Ewing, R. S. Hall,
J. R. Saunders. E. C. Long, W. E. Cummer, E. B. Wells. W S.
Jennings. G. W. Taylor

(lllm ll. III. M *IIIsa Ii* m I Ie.* bi I **. IIM... Imi*

J. W. Motte.

C. II. Parked

James McNatt,

W. W. Wilder,
Sec. & Treas.

John R. Young Co.,



Naval Stores factors. Wholesale Grocers.

Savannah L Brunswick. Ga.



V. i. KBnEY.

Sec'v ad Trm.
Aie't Sec'y md Tr-.

I GERMANIA BLDG. Savanna&eh. Ga.
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Wholesale Grocers also Dealers in Hay. Grain and Heavy

SOLE AGENTS taf the Ctebred Union Turpt-tine Axes.
SOJL.E. A,. Wilsoand Vilsm & Childs Philadelphia VWaUis.




Hay, Grain, Feed, Garden
Seeds, Poultry Supplies, Flour,
Grits, Meal and Fertilizers.
OUR MOTTO: Prompt Shimeut. Reliable Goods. Catalege free

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