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ST. PETERSBURG 
FLORIDA 

If you are anticipating a visit to Florida, either for pleasure or invest- 
ment, do not overlook St. Petersburg. This city is situated on high, rolling 
pine land, located between Tampa Bay and the Gulf of Mexico. 

A most desirable location with the finest climatic conditions possible, 
and one of the most beautiful and healthful places in the world, having the 
combination of bracing salt water breezes of the Gulf of Mexico and the 
resinous piney woods air. This is a spot where the sun shines all day 
long, practically every day in the year, and therefore St. Petersburg is 
known as the Sunshine City. Added to this climate it has provision for 
all the out-door sports, shooting where there is plenty of game, fishing 
where there are plenty of the finest of fish. Salt water bathing all the year 
round, because the salt water of the gulf stream is warm; the finest boating; 
good automobiling and one of the finest golf links in the world is located 
near the city. 

Many daily steamboat trips may be taken to interesting points. There 
are twenty miles of street car lines and numerous and attractive drives. 
The most fascinating attraction about St. Petersburg is the unusual oppor- 
tunity for investment with profit. Many people have made fortunes 
within a short space of time; many others have made large profits on small 
investments. We think there is no place like St. Petersburg in the world 
in this respect, and many others think the same — the consequence being 
that the city is continually growing and has unusually bright prospects 
for the future. 

For further information write us. 

St. Petersburg Investment Co., 

H. Walter Fuller, Manager, 

St. Petersburg, Florida. 
Office, Corner Central Ave. and 4th St. 



TWENTY MILES OF STREET RAILWAY 

Central Avenue, a great boulevard one hundred feet wide, six miles 
long, straight as an arrow, running due west from Tampa Bay to the Gulf 
of Mexico, starting through the very heart of the business centre of St. 
Petersburg, and running west through the entire length of the city proper, 
and from then on perfectly straight through beautiful high, rolling wood- 
lands to the Boca Ceiga Bay and the Gulf of Mexico. This avenue, just 
opened by the St. Petersburg Street Railway system, is the principal thor- 
oughfare of St. Petersburg. 

Most of the lands traversed by the St. Petersburg Ry. are owned by 
the St. Petersburg Investment Co., whose offices are located at the corner 
of Central Avenue and Fourth Street. Part of this property is laid out 
into building lots, which are being sold at reasonable figures, and other 
portions are being sold by acres to be sub-divided by the purchasers. 
These lots are rapidly increasing in value on account of their superior 
location and transportation facilities. This city is a most desirable 
place in which to live. It is steadily increasing in permanent population, 
together with the thousands of tourists who visit there regularly, 
many of whom have made fortunes in the purchase of real estate. The 
increasing improvements which are constantly going on, requiring an 
enormous expenditure of money and the projection of new transportation 
facilities, are some of the many advantages which tend to develop this 
beautiful city. A total of nearly a million dollars is now being put into 
good automobile roads through the country and brick paving in the city. 
Fine boating, plenty of game and abundance of fish. Salt water bathing all 
the year around. Daily steamboat excursions to attractive points, etc. 
No other place like it. Come to see us, or write for further information to 

St. Petersburg Investment Co., 

H. Walter Fuller, Manager, 

St. Petersburg, Florida. 



AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK 



ATLANTA 



GEORGIA 



CAPITAL and SURPLUS 



$1,200,000 



Designated Depository of the United States, 

State of Georgia, County of Fulton 

and City of Atlanta 



W. L. PEEL, President 

R. F. MADDOX, Vice-President 

T. J. PEEPLES, Cashier 

J. P. WINDSOR, Assistant Cashier 

J. F. ALEXANDER, Assistant Cashier 



ACCOUNTS INVITED 



SAVANNAH BAGGAGE & CAB COMPANY 

SAVANNAH, GEORGIA 

PASSENGER AND BAGGAGE TRANSFER 

BONDED AGENT RAILWAY AND STEAMSHIP LINES 



Office: UNION STATION 



Phones 959-999 



Stables 67 WEST BROAD ST. 



STERCHI FURNITURE COMPANY 

JOHNSON CITY TENNESSEE 



Wholesalers and Manufacturers' Agents 

WE BUY BY THE TRAIN LOAD 



NO MATTER WHERE YOU LIVE, ASK US FOR PRICES ON ALL GRADES OF FURNITURE 



Southern Headquarters for 

Celebrated "Lighthouse" Brand 

Polished Plate Glass and Mirrors 

Solid Wire Glass 

With Rough, Ribbed or Polished Surfaces 

American Window and Picture Glass 

French Picture Glass 
Greenhouse Glass Ornamental Glass 
Prism Glass Skylight Glass 

Metal Store Front Systems 



Quick shipments 10 all Southern points, direct from 
Washington Warehouse 



HiresTurner Glass Co. 

WASHINGTON, D. C. 



/ Sell the Earth 

City Property- 
Suburban Property 

Farms, Groves, Acreage 

Business Buildings, Homes, 
Residences. I know values 
and give my clients the 
benefit of my knowledge. 

TO BUY RIGHT—SEE ME 

T. ROY YOUNG 

Sales Manager 

Phone 306 P. 0. Box 668 Suite 1, Sparkman Building 

TAMPA, FLORIDA 



Richmond Stove Company VERNAS LOTION 



Manufacturers of 



STOVES, RANGES 
AND HEATERS 



RICHMOND 



ALCOHOL, 10 '7 

A Powerful, Non-Poisonous 
ANTISEPTIC, DEODORANT and PROPHYLACTIC 

For Surgical, Denial or Household Emp'oymenl 

Especially Serviceable in Inflammatory Affections of 
the MOUTH, NOSE and THROAT 

For Burns, Wounds, Abrasions and Sunburn 

Guaranteed by Vernas Chemical Co. und^r the Food and Drugs 
Act, June 30. 1905, Serial Xo. 20571. 

VIRGINIA | Vernas Chemical Co., New York, U. S. A. 



ESTABLISHED 1881 



THE FROG, SWITCH AND MFG. CO. 

CARLISLE, PENNA. 

FROG AND SWITCH DEPARTMENT MANGANESE STEEL DEPARTMENT 



MANUFACTURERS OF 

MANGANESE INSERT FROGS, CROSSINGS 

AND SPLIT SWITCHES 

SOLID MANGANESE FROGS 

AND CROSSINGS 

PLAIN FROGS, SWITCHES, CROSSINGS 

SWITCH STANDS AND ACCESSORIES 



MANUFACTURERS OF 

"INDIAN BRAND" 

HIGH GRADE MANGANESE STEEL CASTINGS 

FOR FROGS, SWITCHES AND CROSSINGS 

JAW AND GYRATORY CRUSHERS 

CEMENT MILL, MINING MACHINERY. ETC. 

GRAY IRON CASTINGS 



BELL PHONE, KENSINGTON 24-05 KEYSTONE PHONE, PARK 2-11 

EXPERTS ON BOILER TROUBLES 

Ideal Boiler Compound Co. 

LABORATORY AND OFFICE 
S. E. Cor. Third and Huntingdon Streets 

PHILADELPHIA - PA. 



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Steel 

Grey Iron 

Aluminum 

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Malleable Iron 

Acid Resisting 

Special Analysis 

RAILROAD AND WAREHOUSE STOVES 

Ross-Meehan Foundry Co. 

CHATTANOOGA ... - TENN. 




MAP OF THE 

SEABOARD 

Air Line Railway 

AJMD CONNECTIONS. 



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Shippers Guide 






FOR THE USE OF 






SHIPPERS, BUYERS AND PROSPECTIVE 






SETTLERS 






AGRICULTURE, FRUIT CULTURE, LIVE STOCK, MINERALS, 






TIMBER, WATER POWER, MANUFACTURE, 






FINANCE AND EDUCATION 






ISSUED BY THE FREIGHT TRAFFIC DEPARTMENT 
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'YNKOOP HALLENBECK CRAWFORD COMPANY, NEW YORK 



SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILWAY 



GENERAL OFFICES: NORFOLK, VA., 



24 BROAD STREET, NEW YORK 



EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT. 



s. DAVIES WARFIELD, Chairman Board of 

Directors and Executive Committee, 
W. J. HARAHAN, President, 
CHAS. K. CAPPS, Vice-President, 
W. L. SEDDON". Assistant to President, 



Baltimore, Md. 
Norfolk. Va. 
Norfolk, Va. 
Norfolk. Va. 



I). C. PORTEOUS, Secretary, 

ROBERT L. NDTT, Treas. and Asst. Sec. 

II. W. MACKENZIE. Comptroller, 

LEGH R. WATTS, General Counsel. 

BYRNE & CCTCHEON. Advisory Counsel, 



H. W. MACKENZIE. Comptroller. 



ACCOUNTING DEPARTMENT. 

Portsmouth. Va. i B. B. McCaa, Auditor, Freight Receipts, 



T. W. MATTHEWS, Assistant to Comptroller. Portsmouth. Va. | T. H. WRIGHT. Auditor, Passenger Receipts. 

R. B. WALKER, Auditor, Disbursements, Portsmouth, Va. 



New York City. 
Portsmouth, Va. 
Portsmouth, Va. 
Portsmouth, Va. 
New York City. 



Portsmouth. Va. 
Portsmouth, Va. 



ROBERT L. NUTT, Treasurer. 



TREASURY DEPARTMENT. 
Portsmouth, Va. | W. J. CALVERT. Assistant Treasurer, 
W. T. TUCKER. Paymaster, Portsmouth. Va. 



Portsmouth. Va. 



TRAFFIC DEPARTMENT. 



CHAS. R. CAPPS. Vice-President. 



Norfolk Va. 



L. E. CHALENOR. Freight Traffic Manager. Norfolk, Va. 
R. I. CHEATHAM. Asst. Freight Traffic Mgr., Norfolk. Va. 
G. S. RAINS. General Freight Agent. Norfolk. Va. 

H. G. WARING. Asst. General Freight Agent, Norfolk. Va. 
S. P. STRINGFELLOW, Asst. Gen. Fght. Agt., Atlanta. Ga. 



| B. C. PRINCE, Asst. to Vice-President. 

Freight. 

A. J. FOX. Assistant General Freight Agent. 

V. C. TOMPKINS, Asst. Gen. Freight Agent. 

E. T. UTLLCOX. Asst. Gen. Freight Agent, 

H. M. BOYK1N, Asst. Gen. Freight Agent. 

.1. II. KETNER, Asst. to Gen. Freight Agent. 



CHAS. B. RYAN, General Passenger Agent 
FRED. GEISSLER, Asst. Gen. Pas. Agent 
G. Z. PHILLIPS, Asst. Gen. Pas. Agent. 



E. E. HUNTER. Division Freight Agent, Wilmington, N. C. 

Passenger. 

. T. WEST, Division Passenger Agent. 



Norfolk. Va. 
Atlanta, Ga. 
Jacksonville, Fla. 



0. W. SMALL. Division Passenger Agent, 
WALTER G. COLEMAN, Gen. Tray. Pas. Agt. 



A. PRIDE, General Industrial Agent, 
P. FANT, Assistant Industrial Agent, 



Industrial. 

Norfolk, Va. l E. D. MAYS, Agricultural Agent, 

II. T. PROSSER. Agricultural Agent, 



Jacksonville, Fla. 



Mail and Express. 

W. W. SAFFORD, Gen. Mail and Express Agt.. Norfolk. Va. 

Dining Cars. 

E. L. RAUB, Superintendent Dining Cars, Hamlet. N. C. 



W. D. FAUCETTE, Chief Engineer. 
E. W. SMITH. Assistant Engineer. 
E. C. BAGWELL. Assistant Engineer, 
R. M. COBURN. Assistant Engineer. 



ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT. 

Norfolk. Va. i E. A. FRINK, Bridge Engineer, 

Norfolk, Va. I I. II. FARMER, Right of Way Engineer, 

Norfolk. Va. I II. It. ARTMAN. Assistant Engineer, 

Norfolk. Va. I L. R. IIOYT. Assistant Engineer, 

L. A. MURR, Assistant Engineer. Portsmouth. Va. 



Jacksonville. Fla. 
Savannah, Ga. 
Birmingham. Ala. 
Richmond, Va. 
Norfolk. Va. 



Raleigh. N. C. 
Savannah, Ga. 
Washington. D. C. 



Jacksonville, Fla. 
Hamlet, N. C. 



Norfolk. Va. 

Portsmouth. Va. 

Birmingham, Ala. 

Jacksonville. Fla. 



MOTIVE POWER AND MECHANICAL DEPARTMENT. 

J. W. SMALL, Superintendent Motive Power. Portsmouth, Va. 



W. L. STANLEY, General Claim Agent. 



CLAIMS DEPARTMENT. 

Portsmouth, Va. | UK. JOSEPH M. BURKE. 

PURCHASING DEPARTMENT. 
C. PIERCE, Gen. Purchasing Agent. Norfolk, Va. 



Chief Surgeon. 



Petersburg, Va. 



<'. S. LAKE., i: 



T. W. M.GAW. Supt. Savannah Terminal. 

J. II. WITT. Virginia Division. 

W. A. GORE, North Carolina Division. 



OPERATING DEPARTMENT. 

Portsmouth, Va. | C. E. IMX. Superintend!! 
I: PACKER, Car Accountant, Portsmouth, Va, 

SUPERINTENDENTS. 



Transportation. 



Savannah, Ga. 
Richmond, Va. 
Hamlet. N. C. 



R. CARLTON. Georgia Division. 

\v. PURVIS, South Carolina Division, 

P.. liKIMSIIAW. Alabama Division. 



Portsmouth, Va. 



Atlanta. Ga. 
Jacksonville. Fla. 
Aniericus, Ga. 



T W, PARSONS. Florida Division, T: 



a. Fla. 



TELEGRAPH DEPARTMENT, 
w. F. WILLIAMS, Superintendent Telegraph. Portsmouth. Va. 

MAINTENANCE OF WAY DEPARTMENT. 
J. C. NELSON. Engineer Maintenance of Way. Portsmouth, Va. 



10 



GENERAL AND TRAVELING AGENTS. 



Freight. 



ATHENS. GA. 

J. Z. Huke, Comm 



Ak 



nt. 



ATLANTA. GA.. Third National Hunk rtliln. 
B. II. Hartley, Commercial Agent. 
F. C. Cheney, Contracting Freight Agent. 
R. M. Langston, Traveling Freight Agent. 

AUGUSTA, f,.v„ 202 Terminal Building. 



BALTIMORE, .mil. Continental Trust Bldg. 
C. E. Mailer, General Agent. 
J. 1). Dawson, Contracting Freight Agent. 
C. 1". Thomas, Soliciting Freight Agent. 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA.. 1927 First Avenue. 
it, \v. Monis. Commercial Agent. 
S. K. Hawkins, Commercial Agent. 

BOSTON, MASS., 5S5-G Old South Building. 

B. E. YV 1, New England Freight Agent. 

Lewis R. Howe, Soliciting Freight Agent. 
Fred J. Couke, Coin'l Agt. — (All Rail). 

BRADENTOWN, FLA. 
A. I). Williamson, General Agent. 

CHARLESTON. S. C. 132 E. Bay Street. 
1L P. Hartley. Commercial Agent. 

CHARLOTTE, N. C. 

E. J. Parrish, Commercial Agent. 

J. S. Carter, Traveling Freight Agent. 

CHATTANOOGA, TF.N'N.. ",20 James Bldg. 
J. S. Lambert, Commercial Agent. 

CHICAGO, ILL., 300 Marquette Building. 
P. E. Thomas. Commercial Agent. 
J. \Y. BottortT, Traveling Freight Agent. 

CINCINNATI. O., G04 Mercantile Library 
Building. 
YV. H. H. Terrell. Commercial Agent. 
W. (.'. Teare, Traveling Freight Agent. 

COLUMBIA. S. C. 122.-1 Main Street. 
O. G. Donny, Commercial Agent. 

COLUMBUS. GA. 

M. A. Calhoun. Commercial Agent. 

L. F. Buttolph, Traveling Freight Agent. 

CORDELE. GA. 

F. G. Roberts, Commercial Agent. 
Henry Malone, Traveling Freight Agent. 

DENVER, COL.. 221 Century Building. 
F. I. Smith, Commercial Agent. 
Guy E. Zimmerman, Soliciting Fght. Agt. 

FLORENCE. S. C. 

C. J. Nalle, Traveling Freight Agent. 
GREENVILLE. S. C. 

E. \v. Long, Commercial Agent. 
JACKSONVILLE. FLA. 

E. I*. Mills, Commercial Freight Agent. 
J. D. Mills. Contracting Freight Agent. 
It. II. Dozier, Traveling Freight Agent. 



KANSAS CITY. MO., 
Building. 
T. R. Thompson. Commercial Agent. 
Edward D. Lappin, Traveling Freight Agt. 

LAKE CITY, FLA. 

YV. R. Canova, Traveling Freight Agent. 

LOUISVILLE. KY., SOS Inter. South. Bldg. 
YV. T. Vandenburg, Commercial Agent. 

MEMPHIS. TENN., Memphis Trust Bldg. 
R. YV. Daniel. Commercial Agent. 
C. II. Hines. Soliciting Freight Agent. 

MONTGOMERY. ALA.. Exchange Hotel Lobby 
and 104 Montgomery Street. 
O. C. Humphrey. Commercial Agent. 

NASHVILLE. TENN.. SI 1 Stahlman Bldg. 
Julian YV. Cantrell, Commercial Agent. 

NEW ORLEANS. LA.. 20S Queen and 
Crescent Building. 
M, O'Connor, Southwestern Freight Agent. 



Board or Trade 



Freight — Continued. 

NEW YORK, N. Y., 2111 B'way, Room 1002. 
II. M. Runyon, General Eastern Fght. Agt. 

N. ('. Osborne, Contracting Freight Agent. 

C. 1'. Galther, Contracting Freight Agent, 
w. s. Duryee, Contracting' Freight Agent. 
J. C. lluertns, Traveling Freight Agent. 

NORFOLK. VA.. 105 Main Street. 

F. II. Smith, Contracting Freight Agent. 

J. E. White. Soliciting Freight Agent. 
OKLAHOMA CITY. OKI. A.. 408 Ins. Bldg. 
w. A. Fulwiler, Commercial Agent. 
L. E. Moeller, Traveling Freight Agent. 

PHILADELPHIA, PA„ 201-3-4 Stephen 
Girard Building. 
William V. Massey, General Agent. 
W. .T. Kirkpnlriok, Traveling Freight Agt. 
J. A. Henderson. Soliciting Freight Agent. 
John K. Thorn, Soliciting Freight Agent. 

PITTSBURG, PA., 503 Park Building, 
w. E. Whitoinore. Commercial Agent. 

PORTSMOUTH. VA. (Freight Depot I. 

Clias. E. Finch, Forwarding Agent. 
RALEIGH, N. C. 

G. C. Poole, Commercial Agent. 
Andrew Synie. Traveling Freight Agent. 
E. G. Warlick, Soliciting Freight Agent. 

RICHMOND, VA., 830 E. Main Street. 

C. L. Parker, Commercial Agent. 
ROCHESTER, N. Y., 410 Granite Building. 

Sidney Y'an Auken, Jr.. Commercial Agent. 
ST. LOUIS, MO.. 1SG3 Railway Exchange. 

J. G. Cantrell, General Western Agent. 

David P. Grler, Commercial Agent. 

YV. H. Miller, Contracting Freight Agent. 

SAVANNAH, GA. 

C. E. Feltou, Commercial Agent. 
TAMPA. FLA., Hillsboro Hotel. 

T. M. Dozier, General Agent. 

T. P. Toland, Traveling Freight Agent. 

R. I- Allen. Soliciting Freight Agent. 

WILMINGTON, N. C. 

E. E. Hunter, D. F. Agent. 

Passenger. 

ATHENS. GA. 

J. Z. Hoke. Commercial Agent. 
ATLANTA. GA., Empire Life Building. 

J. E. Brown, City Ticket Agent. 

II. R. Gray, Traveling Passenger Agent. 

D. W. Morrali, Traveling Passenger Agent. 
C. S. Compton, Traveling Passenger Agent. 
W. R. Mclntyre, City Pass. & Ticket Agt. 
C. B. Walker, Union Ticket Agent. 

AUGUSTA. GA.. 721 Broad Street. 

.1. II. Flythe, Commercial Agent. 
BALTIMORE. UD„ Continental Trust Bldg. 

O. M. Chilton, Central Passenger Agent. 

Raymond Jones, City Ticket Agent. 
BIRMINGHAM. ALA., 11127 First Avenue. 

W. B. Gresliam. District Passenger Agt. 

C. E. Boisseau, City Ticket Agent. 

BOSTON. .MASS.. 250 Washington Street. 
Chas. L. Longsdorf, New Eng. Pass. Agt. 
M. J. Heaney, Soliciting Passenger Agent. 

BRUNSWICK, GA.. Grand Opera House Bldg. 

P.. E. Brecdlove, City Pass. & Ticket Agt. 
BUFFALO. N. Y.. 732 Ellicott Square. 

Geo. H. Stagg, Traveling Passenger Agent. 

CHARLESTON. S. C. 132 E. Bay Street. 

D. P. Hartley, Commercial Agent. 

CHARLOTTE. N. C, Selwyn Hotel. 

Jas. Ker. Jr.. Traveling Passenger Agent. 
H. T. Orr, Ticket Agent. 

CHATTANOOGA, TENN., 520 James Bldg. 
J. S. Lambert. Commercial Agent. 

CHICAGO. ILL., 306 Marquette Building. 
P. E. Thomas, Commercial Agent. 



Passenger — Continued. 

004 Mercantile Library 



CINCINNATI, o 
Building 

W. II. II. Terr 
COLUMBIA, S. ( 



, Commercial Agent. 
122", Main Street. 



o. G. Donny. Commercial Agent. 

J. S. Etchbcrger, Traveling Passenger Agt. 

COLUMBUS, GA. 

M. A. Calhoun, Com rolal Agent. 

DENVER, col,., 221 Ce y Building. 

F. I. Smith, Commercial Agent. 
GREENVILLE, S. C. 

10. W. Long, Commercial Agent. 
HAVANA. CUBA, 01 Prmln. 

J. D. Irgmham. Havana Passenger Agent. 
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. 

C. M. Diekerson, Traveling Passenger Agt. 

E. C. Rawls. City Pass, and Ticket Agt. 

George Evans, Passenger Agent. 

KANSAS CITY.M0..337 Board of Trade Bldg. 

T. 11. Thompson, Commercial Agent. 
LOUISVILLE, KY.,808 Inter. Southern Bldg. 

W. 4'. Yandeuburgh, Commercial Agent. 
MEMPHIS, TENN.. Memphis Trust Bldg. 

W. A. Muse. Traveling Passenger Agent. 

MONTGOMERY, ALA.. Exchange Hotel Lobby 
and 104 Montgomery Street. 
O. C. Humphrey, Commercial Agent. 

NASHVILLE, TENN., Sll Stahlman Bldg. 
Julian W. Cantrell, Commercial Agent. 

NEW ORLEANS. LA.. 200 Queen and Cres- 
eent Building. 

M. O'Connor. Southwestern Passenger Agt. 
NEW YORK. N. Y.. 1184 Broadway. 

W. E. Conklyn. Gen. Eastern Pass. Agt. 

S. B. Murdoek. Passenger Agent. 

C. S, r-My.,,,1 Traveling Passenger Agent. 

S. G. I.inderl k. City Ticket Agent. 

NORFOLK. VA.. 109 Main Street. 

J. W. Brown, Jr., City Passenger Agent. 
OCALA. FLA. 

John Boisseau, City Pass, anil Ticket Agent. 
OKLAHOMA CITY. OKLA., 40S Ins. Bldg. 

W '. A. Fulwiler, Commercial Agent. 
ORLANDO, FLA. 

E. A. Miner, Passenger and Ticket Agent. 
PHILADEI.IIPIA, PA., 14.",:! Chestnut St. 

L. E. Mann, Passenger Agent. 
PITTSBURGH. PA., 503 Tark Building. 

W. E. Whitoinore, Commercial Agent. 
PORTSMOUTH. VA., 210 High Street. 

J. C. Emmerson. City Ticket Agent. 
RALEIGH. N. C, 4 West Martin Street. 

I.. M. Calvert. Passenger Agent. 

Max Levin. Traveling Passenger Agent. 

RICHMOND. VA.. S30 F. Main Street. 

R. Vanghun Lloyd, District Passenger Agt. 

ST. LOUIS. Mo.. ISO.", Railway Exchange 
Building. 

J. G. Cantrell. General Western Agent. 
SAVANNAH. GA. 

J. II. Murphy. Traveling Passenger Agent. 
R. B. Wall, City Pass, and Ticket Agent. 

TAMPA. FLA. 

T. M. Dozier, General Agent. 

R. I.. Jam 's. Traveling Passenger Agent. 

WASHINGTON. D. C. 141S New York Ave- 
nue. N. W. 

Walter G. Coleman. Gen. Trav. Pass. Agt. 
Frank E. Masi, Traveling Passenger Agt. 

G. W. Yierhuchen. Passenger Agent. 
W. T. Bauskett. City Ticket Agent. 

WILMINGTON. N. C. 

H. E. Pleasants. Traveling Passenger Agt. 



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CONTENTS 



Page 

ADVERTISERS (Alphabetically Arranged) 556 

ADVERTISERS (Classified) 548 



ALABAMA 93 

FLORIDA 17 

GEORGIA 103 

NORTH CAROLINA 137 

SOUTH CAROLINA 1 30 

VIRGINIA > 161 



INDUSTRIES: 

Agricultural Implements 1 89 

Automobiles (Manufacturers and Dealers) 190 

Bag Manufacturers . .• 191 

Barrel, Box, Basket, Crate and Butter Dish Factories 191 

Bottling Works 191 

Brick Kilns 192 

Buggy. Carriage and Wagon Factories 1 92 

Canneries 192 

Cement Manufacturers 193 

Cold Storage and Ice Plants 193 

Cotton Mills 193 

Cotton Seed Oil Mills,. 194 

Distilleries and Breweries 195 

Drugs (Wholesale) 195 

Dry Goods and Notions (Wholesale) 195 

Fertilizer Factories 195 

Flour and Grist Mills 196 

Foundries 196 

Fruit and Vegetable Shippers (Cantaloupes, WVerrrelcns, Citrus Fruits, etc.) 197 

Furnaces 203 

Furniture Factories 203 

Grocers I Wholesale) 203 

Hardware I Wholesale) 204 

Harness and Saddle Factories 205 

Hay. Grain. Flour and Feed Dealers 205 

Ice Factories 206 

Iron and Steel Plants 207 

Lime Kilns 207 

Lumber Mills 207 

Mattress and Bedspring Factories 210 

Naval Stores 210 

Oysters, Fish, etc 211 

Packing Houses (Fruit and Vegetable) 21 1 

Paint and Varnish Manufacturers 2 i I 

Paper Manufacturers 212 

Peanut Shippers .' . 212 

Phosphate Mines 212 

Produce Dealers 212 

Quarries 213 

Sand and Gravel Shippers 213 

Stave Heading Mills 214 

Stove Factories 214 

Tobacco Shippers and Facte r'es 214 

Trunk and Bag Factories 214 

Turpentine Stills . 214 



AGENCIES. ETC 183 

COTTON COMPRESSES, 188 

JUNCTIONS WITH OTHER RAILWAYS 183 

OFFICERS AND AGENTS 10 

PREFACE 15 

SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILWAY WAP 8 

SHIPPER'S INFORMATION. 183 

SUMMARY: 

Natural Resources, p. 173; Lands. Agriculture, etc., p. 173: Vegetables, p. 174: Fruits, 
pp. 174-5-7: General Farm Products, p. 177; Water Power and Manufacture, pp. 177-8, 182: 
Climatic Conditions, p. 179; Transportation Facilities, p. 179; Cotton and Tobacco, p. 179; 
Cotton Mills, p. 179; Livestock, p. 179; Timber. Lumber, Wcodworking Establishments and 
Naval Stores, p. 181; Minerals, p. 181. 



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SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILWAY 



PREFACE 

In promulgating the information which is contained in this book we 
have endeavored to keep the following objects in view : 

FIRST. — To furnish such information as will be of general assistance 
to the shippers and other patrons of the Railway. 

SECOND. — To publish lists and advertisements of concerns which 
it is thought would be advantageous for buyers to patronize, thus bring- 
ing the seller and the buyer into direct communication. 

THIRD. — To furnish such facts pertaining to the great natural 
resources of the States of Florida, Alabama, Georgia, South Carolina, 
North Carolina and Virginia as might enable prospective investors and 
settlers to form an intelligent opinion of the advantages that will accrue 
from their location in this field of endeavor. 

That those sections of the aforenamed States traversed by the 
Seaboard Air Line Railway are unexcelled for the various purposes 
hereinafter enumerated there can be no doubt in the minds of those 
who follow the reading of these pages with a personal visit, by virtue of 
which they will be enabled to obtain the minutest details not practica- 
ble to exploit within the space allotted. Several months have been 
consumed in obtaining the data at hand, and notwithstanding this fact 
it must of necessity be but an abridgement of the history of a territory 
so bountifully endowed by nature. 

The policy of the Seaboard Air Line Railway in recent years has been 
to co-operate with, and extend reliable information to all those who 
desired to locate on this great artery of traffic. That policy is still 
carried out, and the Company's agents in different sections of the 
country are ever ready to supply prospective investment and home- 
seekers with valuable data regarding this healthful and fertile section 
of the Union. 



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16 



FLORIDA 



SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILWAY CITIES AND TOWNS REPRESENTED BY AGENCIES 



Manatee Section. — This section comprises 
that portion of Manatee county traversed by 
the Seaboard Air Line Railway. — The Man- 
atee lands cover a large portion of the west 
coast of Florida below the central part of the 
State. On the north it is bounded by Hills- 
borough county and by the Tampa bay; it is 
bounded on the west partly each by Sarasota bay, 
Tampa bay and the Gulf of Mexico. The name 
of the county is taken from the Manatee river, 
which is one of the most beautiful streams in this 
country. It is nearly one mile wide near its 
mouth where it empties into Tampa bay. The 
breezes from and tempered by the above large 
bodies of warm water have served as an adjunct 



are of great advantage in that the progress of 
vegetation is practically never interfered with, as 
is frequently the case in other climes ; but once 
having a fair start, and with the great advantage 
of a magnificent soil perfectly adapted, it con- 
tinues to a luxuriant growth. Manatee is one of 
the finest trucking centers in all of southern Flor- 
ida. Flere are found great stretches of fine ham- 
mock lands which, when placed under proper 
cultivation, irrigated when necessary, and con- 
tinuously farmed in an intelligent manner, are 
always found to be productive of the most su- 
perior fruits and vegetables that it is possible to 
obtain. These lands now cost, when within a 
reasonable distance from the railway, from $50 to 




STATE CAPITOL, TALLAHASSEE. FLA. 



in accelerating the growth of vegetables as well 
as protecting the orange and grapefruit trees 
from frost. A freeze is an unknown quantity in 
Manatee. This county has 50 miles of gulf bor- 
der, with Tampa bay located on the north, while 
the Manatee river penetrates the interior. The 
beneficent breezes, tempered by the Gulf stream, 
that blow from these large bodies of salt water, 
together with the salubrious climate, make this 
county an ideal place in which to live and suc- 
cessfully grow practically all the delicious fruits 
as well as vegetables that are grown on any other 
part of the face of the civilized globe. The uni- 
formity of the climate; as well as its mildness, 



$1,000 per acre, according to location and quality. 
The soil here is peculiarly adapted to the produc- 
tion of most delightfully flavored fruits and veg- 
etables, which find a ready market, and bring 
better prices than the fruits and vegetables 
raised in any other section of the United States. 
The Seaboard Air Line Railway carries, during 
the fruit and vegetable season, many long train- 
loads of perishables. A view is shown of one of 
such trains in process of being iced at Palmetto 
by a refrigerating plant, operated at this point 
exclusively for the use of icing the Seaboard Air 
Line Railway cars containing fruits and veg- 
etables grown in Manatee county and shipped to 



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TYPICAL GRAPEFRUIT TREES IN THE MANATEE COUNTRY, S. A. L. RY. 

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the principal markets of the country. The fast 
freight schedules operated daily from this section 
enable growers to reach the New York market in 
3 clays. The most important industry in Manatee 
county is that of citrus fruit growing. The Man- 
atee County Orange and Grapefruit are famous 
the country over. These two crops are prin- 
cipally gathered during the late fall and winter 
months. The citrus fruit dealers now handle a 
large portion of the crop in such a manner as to 
bring to the grower much larger profits than in 
former years. In the land of Manatee, along the 



grove has paid to the owner more than $31,000 
for two successive crops. Here nature is at her 
best. Photographs especially taken for this pub- 
lication will give the reader a clear insight into 
the true facts and opportunities that exist in 
Florida at the present time on the Seaboard Air 
Line Railway. The illustration showing a com- 
bination of views of two grapefruit trees bur- 
dened with their precious wealth is still further 
evidence of what is being accomplished in this 
section of Florida. The cut showing 52 grape- 
fruit on one limb is interesting to prospective 











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GRAPEFRUIT GROWN NEAR ORLANDO, FLA., S. A. L. RY. 

THE ENTIRE CROP OF FRUIT DOES NOT SHOW IN THIS PHOTOGRAPH BUT WE HAVE BEEN RELIABLY INFORMED THAT 52 GRAPEFRUIT GREW 

ON THIS LIMB. THIS IS SOMETHING FOR THE PROSPECTIVE SETTLER TO THINK ABOUT WHEN TRYING TO DECIDE WHETHER HE WILL 

RE>1AIN IN THE FRIGID ZONES, OR GO TO FLORIDA WHERE SUNSHINE, HAPPINESS AND PROSPERITY AWAIT HIM. 



Seaboard Air Line Railway, the orange and the 
grapefruit reach the highest perfection, and 
recognizing these values many large groves have 
been and are continually being planted here, this 
being the largest fruit shipping county in the 
State of Florida. A citrus grove begins bearing 
fruit at 3 years of age, and increases in produc- 
tion, under proper treatment, for 30 years or 
more. The two largest grapefruit-bearing groves 
in the world are located here, and there are, of 
course, an enormous number of other successful 
groves. A view is given in these pages of a sec- 
tion of a large full-bearing grove in which there 
are nearly 100 rows each about a mile in length. 
In addition to having the largest groves, this 
county has the distinction of having the most pro- 
ductive grove per acre in the State. A 10-acre 



settlers. Large and magnificent orange groves 
are scattered all over Manatee, there being no 
spot in this county on which this juicy fruit will 
not furnish an opportunity for the profitable in- 
vestment of money by the grower. Two full 
pages of orange grove views are given in this 
book. One of these cuts shows two photographs 
of the growing of the orange ; one featuring the 
oranges in their early stages, and the other show- 
ing the fruit at maturity. The other page cut 
shows harvesting the fruit. These are splendid 
living examples of what is being accomplished 
in the orange industry along the line of the Sea- 
board Air Line Railway throughout this section 
of Florida. Further on is to be found a nursery 
view showing how the young orange trees are 
grown for replanting; and from this process it 



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THE CULTIVATION OF ORANGES IN FLORIDA ALONG THE S. A. L. RY. 



20 




HARVESTING ORANGES IN FLORIDA ALONG THE S. A. L. RY. 



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is only three years until it brings forth its luscious 
fruit. All varieties of Florida oranges are very 
popular, and are admitted to be the finest flavored 
known the world over. The following figures on 
the citrus fruit crop of Florida, promulgated 
since 1884 up to the present time, may be of in- 
terest: 



SEASON 

1884-85 
1885-86 
1886-87 
1887-88 
1888-89 
1889-90 
1890-91 
1891-92 
1892-93 
1893-94 
1894-95 
1895-96 
1896-97 
1897-98 
1898-99 



BOXES 

600,000 

900,000 

1 ,260,000 

1,450,000 

1 ,950,000 

2,150,000 

2,450,000 

2,713,180 

3,387,263 

4,221,068 

2,809,187 

147,000 

218,379 

358,966 

1,252,000 



SEASON 
1 899- 1 900. 
I9OO-OI . . . 
I90I-02. . . 
I902-03. . . 
I903-O4. .. 
I904-O5 . . . 
I905-OO. . . 
I9OO-O7. . . 
I907-0S. . . 
I90S-O9. . . 
I9O9-IO. . . 
I9IO-II . . . 
I9II-I2. . . 
I912-I3... 



BOXES 

974,000 

352,600 

974.033 
1,470,491 

i>954,954 
2,377,749 
2,969,494 

2,909,455 
3,799,844 
5,250,000 
6,100,000 
4,600,000 
4,250,000 
8,125,000 



ber; seed beds sown in July and August. This 
county produces the largest and best quality 
of celery that goes to the market. The aver- 
age grower makes from 600 to 1,000 crates per 
acre. One of the illustrations contained herein 
shows a section of a field of 35 acres of celery 
under one cultivation in Manatee county. 
This is indeed a very fine sight. This special 
field is located near Sarasota, but in this 
vicinity other fields of large acreage are being 
cultivated successfully. In fact, there is no 
place in Manatee county along the Seaboard 
Air Line Railway in which this excellent 
vegetable is not grown with ease and much 
profit to the growers. Celery is one of the 
large producers of revenue in the count}' of 
Manatee. Lettuce. — Sown in September and 
transplanted in October and November. The 
yield of this fine vegetable runs from 400 to 800 
hampers per acre. There is an abundant amount 
of money to be made out of lettuce, as has been 
demonstrated by the many growers of this vege- 
table in Manatee county. There is depicted on 




THREE-YEAR OLD GRAPEFRUIT GROVE, FLORIDA. S. A. L. RY. 



Pineapples are cultivated and extensively 
produced in Florida along the Seaboard Air 
Line Railway. The climate and soil are con- 
ducive to giving this fruit an exquisite flavor. 
The cut printed on page 32 shows how they grow. 

Guava is a sub-tropical fruit. It makes an ex- 
cellent jelly; the Guava jelly having a world-wide 
reputation. Peaches. — The illustration which ap- 
pears in this publication shows to what extent the 
peach can be cultivated in this section of Florida 
on the line of the Seaboard Air Line Railway. 
While Manatee county has become famous as a 
citrus growing center, the fact must not be over- 
looked that its fame is now being heralded 
from one end of the country to the other as the 
most successful vegetable-producing section to 
be found in the world. Here are produced 
celery, tomatoes, cabbage, Irish potatoes, 
sweet potatoes, cucumbers, lettuce, beans, egg 
plant, peppers, cauliflower, onions, squash, 
okra, peas, beets, carrots, and, in fact, prac- 
tically every known vegetable for early table 
use. Celery. — Planted in October and Novem- 



one of these pages a field of lettuce arriving at 
maturity, and judging from the apparent look of 
satisfaction exhibited by the cultivators one might 
well imagine the financial results from tiie 
marketing of the large field of this very prolific 
vegetable. Tomatoes. — The tomato was first 
introduced into Europe from South America in 
1596, and for many years it was planted only 
as an ornament to the flower garden. It is 
now one of the greatest vegetable revenue pro- 
ducers grown. The consumption of tomatoes 
began with their gradual use in the prepara- 
tion of sauces and soups, having attained its 
popularity as a table vegetable in compara- 
tively recent years. The source of revenue to 
growers as particularly applying to Manatee 
county is very large. They are easily raised in 
the superior soil found here, and in view of the 
fact that they bring high prices in the early 
part of the season, we find each year an in- 
creased acreage of tomato cultivation. The il- 
lustration on page 25 of the cultivation and har- 
vesting shows to what a splendid growth this 



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EVERY VARIETY OF EARLY VEGETABLE PRODUCED UNDER THE SUN IS GROWN PROFITABLY 
ON THE MANATEE LANDS ALONG THE S. A. L. RY. 

I. SECTION OF FIELD OF BEETS. 2. LETTUCE AND THE PROSPEROUS GROWERS. 



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vegetable attains in Florida. Egg Plant. — 
Sown in October and November, transplanted 
in November, December and January. Yields 
from 600 to 1,000 crates per acre. For the bene- 
fit of our readers, a full-page illustration is given 
showing the growing and harvesting of egg 
plant, which represents an important branch of 
vegetable cultivation in this part of Florida. As 
will be seen from the photograph of the egg plant 
field, one of the new methods of irrigation has 
been adopted. This precaution taken, together 
with the proper preparation of the ground in the 
beginning and care of the crop at each successive 
step of its growth by educated and experienced 
farmers, result in great success being obtained 



vember. There is a large quantity of cauliflower 
grown here and marketed with a good profit. 
Potatoes. — Irish and sweet potatoes grow lux- 
uriantly in Manatee county. Sweet potatoes are 
raised for shipment as well as for local con- 
sumption. Great quantities of Irish potatoes 
are raised throughout this entire section 
and the revenue produced is worthy of note. 
Squash. — Planted in January; yield from 150 to 
200 crates per acre. This vegetable has a ready 
sale in the various markets at a fair profit to 
the grower. Okra. — One of the many fine pay- 
ing crops, and the production of this vegetable 
here is on the increase. Peas, Beets, Carrots, 
as well as the various other vegetables which mav 




PICKING TOMATOES, MANATEE COUNTY, FLORIDA, S. A. L. RY. 



in the production of this particular vegetable. It 
is considered an exceedingly profitable industry. 
Peppers. — In the month of September sweet pep- 
pers are sown, then transplanted in October and 
November. Yield from 500 to i.odo crates per 
acre. Views of two fine fiields of peppers are 
shown in a composite picture with the other il- 
lustrations. Here, again, the irrigation system 
comes into play, which at times is a very neces- 
sary adjunct to the most extensive production of 
this valuable vegetable. Peppers are cultivated 
at a comparatively low cost, and as the prices 
they bring are exceedingly good there is con- 
sequently large profit in raising them. Cauli- 
flower. — Set out in September, October and No- 



be grown any place in the country, are grown 
successfully here, and the profit on the different 
varieties of vegetables raised in the Manatee 
section is large in proportion to the amount of 
capital invested and the labor required. The 
various vegetables referred to are raised here 
with much more ease and, consequently, at much 
less expense than in any other section known. 
The beet field view, which is combined in the 
same cut as the lettuce view heretofore referred 
to, demonstrates how superbly this vegetable 
grows in Manatee county. Pera Grass. — Yields 
from 5 to 8 tons of hay per acre. It is fine for 
pasture. Bermuda Grass. — The yield in this sec- 
tion is good and furnishes excellent pasturage. 



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CULTIVATION OF EGG PLANT IN FLORIDA ON THE S. A. L. RY. 

TOP VIEW IS A FIELD NEAR BARTOW SHOWING SKINNER IRRIGATION SYSTEM. 
LOWER VIEW SHOWS THE HARVEST OF THIS VEGETABLE, TERRA CEIA, MANATEE COUNTY. 



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IN THE MANATEE COUNTRY. 

IRISH POTATOES ATTAIN A PERFECT GROWTH IN THIS SECTION OF 
FLORIDA ON THE S. A. L. RY. 



Velvet Beans. — Belong to the family of legumes 
and add nitrogen to the soil. It is one of the 
largest as well as one of the best hay crops raised 
in the State. Pertinent to Manatee county for 
the homeseeker, the Manatee Journal says: 
"During the past season the truckers reaped a 
golden harvest. Manatee county offers some ex- 
ceptional advantages for the homeseeker. The 
fact that this countv is in the southern part of 
the State and practically immune from devasta- 
ting frosts and the chilly embraces of winter make 
it an ideal spot for the truck farmer and fruit 
grower. One of the strongest points that should 
be considered by the prospective homeseeker is 
the long coast line on the Gulf of Mexico, which 
assures a cool, balmy breeze throughout the 
summer and is a protection in the winter. Celery, 
lettuce, tomatoes, peppers, egg-plant, cabbage, 
cucumbers, beans, etc., are being successfully 
grown in Manatee county on an enormous scale. 
The past season a bumper crop of celery was 
marketed at top-notch prices, and was immedi- 
ately followed by a record-breaking tomato crop, 
the latter crop alone bringing in something like 
$1,000,000. It should be remembered that Man- 
atee county vegetables are matured and shipped 
to the northern markets many weeks ahead of 
similar vegetables from any part of the country 
north of us. These crops reach the markets 
when there is a big demand for them and when 
the prices are highest. The Florida truck grower 
has a real monopoly of the market for many 



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weeks before any other part of the country can 
possibly come into competition with its products. 
This county has an established reputation for the 
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associations having standing orders from fruit 
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GROWIXG ALFALFA ALOXG THE S. A L. RY. 

RECENT EXPERIMENTS IN RAI>ING ALFALFA HAVE PROVEN SAT- 
ISFACTORY. IT IS A SPLENDID FOOD FOR LIVESTOCK, 
AND IS ALSO USED FOR FERTILIZATION PURPOSES. 



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TWO HOURS AND A HALF'S CATCH, SARASOTA, FLA., 

S. A. L. RY. 

(i) corbia; (2) red fish; (3) jack fish; (4) Spanish mackerel; (5) 

CAVALLIA. THE "LARGE" LOOKING BLACK SPECIMEN IS 
A "LITTLE" SHARK. 



SARASOTA YACHT AND AUTOMOBILE CLUB. SARASOTA, 
S. A. L. RY. 

THIS CLUB AFFORDS MUCH ENJOYMENT NOT ONLY TO ITS MEMBERS, 

BUT TO THOUSANDS OF TOURISTS WHO FLOCK TO 

THIS SECTION. 



Sarasota, Manatee County. — Population 
2,000; ten miles south of Bradentown, the 
county seat. There is perhaps no section of 
Florida more charming or more important 
than Sarasota, which is an important integral 
part of the great count)' of Manatee. The city 
of Sarasota is situated on the beautiful Sara- 
sota bay, which extends from the Manatee 
river to Venice. Sarasota is the first large 
town' in Florida on the Seaboard Air Line 
Railway north of the southern terminus of the line. 
This railway extends, however, 24 miles further 
South, through to Venice. Sarasota has water 
works, sewerage system, electric light plant, yacht 
and woman's clubs, schools, churches, low tax 
rate, and good social conditions. It has many 
mercantile establishments, several commercial and 
tourist hotels, two fine club houses, golf course, 
numerous brick and stone office buildings, news- 
papers, banks, a number of progressive real estate 
operators, ice factory, planing mill and lumber 
concerns, machine and repair shops. The fish in- 
dustry is also a very important one, and through- 



out this entire section there are a great many fish- 
ermen, as well as large buyers and shippers of 
fish, who have amassed good-sized fortunes in 
the last few years. Fishing and hunting are pas- 
times for which lovers of this sport from afar 
travel thousands of miles to enjoy in the Sarasota 
bay district. The waters of Sarasota bay and the 
gulf are termed by globe-girdling anglers the 
most alluring fishing places on earth. The illus- 
trations shown give an idea of the fine fish to be 
found in this locality. Oysters, clams, stone crab 
and other shellfish are here in quantities. Other 
principal pursuits — in fact, the greatest of all — 
engaged in by the citizens of the city and the con- 
tiguous territory are the growing of early veg- 
etables and the cultivation of citrus fruit. On 
the Seaboard Air Line Railway's side tracks are 
packing-houses capable of handling large quanti- 
ties of fruits and vegetables. Every farm and 
packing-house practically in the Sarasota bav dis- 
trict enjoys the advantage of the telephone, 
bringing them in close communication. The 
shipping facilities offered by the Seaboard Air 




MACKEREL CAUGHT XEAR SARASOTA. MANATEE COUNTY, FLA., S. A. L. RY. 

WHERE THE WATERS ARE LITERALLY FILLED, SO TO SPEAK, WITH FINE FISH. 



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THE CULTIVATION OF PEPPERS IS A PROFITABLE INDUSTRY IN FLORIDA, S. A. L. RY. 



I. SECTION OF TWENTY- ACRE FIELD OF PEPPERS, TERRA CEIA. 

NEAR BORTOW. 



2. VIEW SHOWING THIS VEGETABLE GROWING 



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BANANAS, MANATEE COUNTY, FLA., S. A. L. RY. 



Line Railway are unexcelled, which means that 
the Florida fruit and trucking products reach the 
New York markets much quicker than do the 
slightly competitive products of southern Cali- 
fornia. At Sarasota the outlying keys are cres- 



cent-shaped and have good beaches of white sand 
on both the gulf and bay shores. The charms of 
this section have been known for some years, but 
on account of lack of transportation facilities 
heretofore existing the development was re- 




DATE PALMS, MANATEE COUNTY, FLA., S. A. L. RY. 



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RECENT PLANTING OF AN AVACADO PEAR ORCHARD. 
SARASOTA. MANATEE COUNTY. FLA. 

THE SUCCESS IN THIS INDUSTRY IS RESULTING IN ADDITIONAL 
ORCHARDS BEING SET OUT FROM TIME TO TIME. 



tarded until a few years since. Twenty years 
ago a Scotch company, seeing the possibilities of 
this locality, purchased thousands of acres of land 
within this territory and laid great plans for de- 




CELERY IN BLEACHING BOARDS, MANATEE COUNTY, 
S. A. L. RY. 

velopment. The only means of access was 
through a small steamboat plying between the 
then village of Sarasota and Tampa, and under 
these conditions growth was almost impossible, 



with the result that the first evidence of a neces- 
sity for a railway in this part of the county was 
shown in the fact that the plans of the Scotch 
company were "side-tracked." Time passed un- 
til 1903, when the Seaboard Air Line Railway 
completed a line to Sarasota, and, as a result, 
this place has grown into a town of 2,000 resi- 
dents, augmented during the winter season by 
many visitors, for Sarasota is one of Florida's 
most charming winter resorts for tourists from 
the North and West. In the meantime the rural 
lands contiguous to Sarasota have settled rapidly 
with intelligent farmers, and the surrounding 
country is dotted with many fine orange groves 
and wealth-producing truck gardens. In the 
Sarasota bay district the soil and climate are 
peculiarly adapted to successful agricultural and 
fruit culture pursuits. On both mainland and 
keys there are beautiful locations for winter 
homes, with adjoining gardens and groves that 
may be had for prices surprising to those who 
have invested in water frontage in older locali- 
ties ; yet it is not a case of pioneering to come to 
Sarasota district. Hard-surfaced roads lead 
north and south along the mainland shores. 
There will finally be completed a causeway and 
bridge across the bay to Sarasota Key and the 
gulf beach. This will be part of the Manatee 
county system to be built under a $500,000 bond 
issue, to connect with those of adjoining counties. 
The county is now finishing roads under a 
$250,000 issue, and Sarasota during last summer 
spent $100,000 on street work. No stronger testi- 
mony could be given of the progressive people in 
this territory. Along the city bay front a sea 
wall was recently completed, with filling that is 
being parked for public benefit. Over a mile of 
space for viewing the scenic wonders of the bay 
is now complete. Among the numerous hand- 
some illustrations made from photographs of 
fruits, vegetables and other industries in Man- 
atee county there may be seen displayed in this 
publication a view of a section of a 35-acre field 
of celery near Sarasota. This is one of the grear 
vegetables of Florida, and it is hard to find any 
trucking product which is more easily cultivated, 
or with more profit to the grower, than this vege- 
table, which is so splendidly, so successfully, and 
so largely raised in this part of Florida, tra- 
versed by the Seaboard Air Line Railway. 




DUCK SHOOTING IS ONE OF THE CHIEF SPORTS OF MANY OF THE TOURISTS VISITING SARASOTA, FLA., AND VICINITY ALONG THE S. A. L. RY 



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THE CULTIVATION OF BEANS IS ONE OF THE IMPORTANT AGRICULTURAL PURSUITS 

IN FLORIDA ALONG THE S. A. L. RY. 

I. WATERMELONS HAVE BEEN PLANTED BETWEEN THE BEAN ROWS FOR A SECOND CROP, ON THE SAME LAND. 

2. PICKING BEANS. 3. CULTIVATING BEANS. 



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Various fruits and vegetables, as in the case of the 
views heterogeneously assembled on one of these 
pages, illustrates the magnificent growth, success- 
ful harvesting and profitable marketing of these 
products. They are the living examples of what 
is being accomplished in Manatee county, Florida, 
of which this, the Sarasota section, is playing so 
important a part. They are, therefore, reliable 
indexes to the existing conditions and serve bet- 
ter than a longer discourse on this subject. The 
best advice to be given to prospective settlers is 
to the effect that they should get in touch with 
the various real estate men in each locality in 
Florida, either through correspondence or by a 
personal visit to Florida. Additional literature 



eastern side of the railway arc muck and 
saw grass lands and on the western side 
are pine and hammock lands. Development of 
these lands is now going on at a rapid rate, and 
here are to be found opportunities for the profit- 
able investment of money. These lands at the 
present time are largely employed for the purpose 
of raising cattle. One of the great ranches of the 
South is located in this region. Naturally the 
lands are good for grazing, but when they have 
undergone the proper cultivation they become 
very valuable for the still more successful raising 
and marketing of beef cattle. These lands are 
superior for trucking and unexcelled for the pur- 
pose of producing the finest of oranges, grape- 







CELERY CULTIVATION SHOWING SKINNER SYSTEM OF IRRIGATION, MANATEE COUNTY, FLA., S. A. L. RY. 



will also be gladly furnished by the Industrial 
Department of the Seaboard Air Line Railway. 
The Sarasota section is a sub-section of the 
famous territory embraced by Manatee and por- 
tions of adjoining counties known as the "Mana- 
tee section." The Sarasota section borders the 
Gulf of Mexico from the Manatee river to Lem- 
on bay. One of the most attractive and produc- 
tive regions opened up by the Seaboard Air Line 
Railway are those lands embraced in the terri- 
tory between Sarasota and Venice. By including 
the territory contiguous to the railway, there are 
more than one hundred square miles benefited by 
this extension. The railway terminates on 
the south side of the Bay of Venice. On the 



fruit and other fruits. A portion of the land 
is covered with palmetto and native grasses, but 
these are being gradually replaced by cowpeas, 
velvet beans, the Bermuda, Pera and Crab 
grasses, cassava, peanuts, rice, sugar cane, etc. 
Not only are they well adapted for the products 
mentioned, but they are also peculiarly adapted 
to the raising of various kinds of vegetables, such 
as tomatoes, cabbage, cauliflower, lettuce, pota- 
toes, beans, peas and celery; of the latter there 
is produced a larger quantity than grown on the 
same amount of land in any other section of the 
United States. These lands are easily drained, 
as numerous creeks are found, and wells are 
being driven from time to time. In addition to 



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SECTIONAL VIEWS OF BRADENTOWN, FLA., S. A. L. RY. 

THIS BEAUTIFUL AND PROSPEROUS CITY IS THE CAPITAL OF THE GREAT COUNTY OF MANATEE, WORLD-RENOWNED FOR 
ITS WONDERFUL PRODUCTION OF THE CHOICEST OF FRUITS AND VEGETABLES. 



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HOME ON MANATEE RIVER. BRADENTOWN, FLA, S. A. L. RY. 



these fine flowing wells, the latest improved sys- 
tem of irrigation is being installed. This system 
consists of numerous overhead pipes generally 
supported about seven feet above the surface of 
the ground. These pipes are fed primarily from 
a 4-inch main which extends through the center 
of the field, or at intervals of considerable dis- 
tances in cases where an extra large acreage is 
under one cultivation. From this main, about 
fifty feet apart, extend the laterals of I -inch 
pipe. There are nozzles on these laterals every 
four feet, which afford a passage of water in 
spray form. The present rapid development 
heretofore mentioned of these lands furnishes a 
splendid opportunity for settlers to locate here 
for the purpose of engaging in the fruit and 
vegetable industry. Oneco, Manatee County. — 
Pop. 400; 7 miles north of Sarasota. Fine fruits 
and vegetables. There is located here a won- 
derful nursery, affording a lavish display of 
semi-tropical and tropical plants, shrubs and 
flowers. About 80 varieties of palms are scat- 
tered through this nursery. Here the banana 
shrub bears its sweetness in the form of little 
budding flowers and scents the air with a delight- 
ful and restful fragrance. Some of the hot- 
houses are an acre each in extent ; some of glass 
and some of lath. Only the propagation houses 
are necessary to be under glass, as the climate is 
exceedingly mild and salubrious. Practically all 
of the citrus fruits and temperate zone plants of 
rare beauty are to be seen here, and the various 
heated houses are filled to overflowing with 
plants. Among some of the tropical trees and 
fruit plants grown here may be mentioned the 
following varieties : Pineapple, date, cocoanut, 
cherimoya or Jamaica apple, custard apple, sugar 
apple, antidema bunius, averrhcea carambola, 
melon fruit, carissa arduina, shakewood tree, 



cupania supida kai-apple, Surinam cherry, rose 
apple, grewia denticulata, barbadoa cherry, 
mango, bananas of various kinds, avocado pear, 
guava, sapodilla, tamarind, limeberry, Java plum 
and scores of others. 

Bradentown, Manatee County. — Popula- 
tion 3.000. This is the capital of the great 
county of Manatee, famous for its fruit and 
vegetable productiveness. As the govern- 
ments of the towns of Bradentown and .Man- 
atee, as well as that of Manatee county, are 
so closely allied, it might seem appropriate 
to state that the continued wealth floating 
into this county by virtue of the enormous ship- 
ments of perishables is the greatest of all reasons 
for the prosperity which exists in these enter- 
prising towns. The splendid railway facilities 
offered by the Seaboard Air Line Railway fur- 
nish the necessary outlet for the prompt market- 
ing of perishables. The output of fruit and veg- 
etables from Manatee county is now annually 
from one and one-half million to two million 
packages. These two products represent approx- 
imately one to two million dollars to the grow- 
ers and farmers cultivating Manatee lands. In 
addition to this source of revenue there are other 
important industries of great value, such as those 
of the raising of cattle and hogs. Naval stores, 
lumber and fisheries afford an additional and 
enormous influx of money to the coffers of the 
owners of these enterprises. Millions of pounds 
of fish are shipped annually from points on the 
river, bays and gulf along the Manatee coast. 
Throughout this entire section the people are 
cultured and hospitable. The schools of Bra- 
dentown, Manatee and adjoining towns compare 
favorably with the grade schools of any State, 
North, East or West. Both the grammar and 
high schools are under the supervision of a com- 



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petent superintendent and a corps of teachers. 
These schools are open to the children of tour- 
ists free of charge. All the towns in this vicinity 
have good streets, good sidewalks and fine hard 
surfaced roads, running to Sarasota and, in 
fact, not only to practically all parts of Manatee 
and adjacent counties, but through and between 
all the large bodies of lands which are all ex- 
tensively cultivated by the successful fruit and 
vegetable growers. Bradentown has several 
banks, opera-house, quite a number of hotels and 
boarding-houses. A number of progressive real 
estate dealers are located here, and no set of 
men at any point have ever done more than these 
operators to build up the center of the greatest 
fruit and vegetable producing section known to 
exist. They have, with unabated fervor, con- 
tinued their efforts in this direction, which, com- 
bined with the hearty support and co-operation 
of the other substantial citizens of the city, have 
resulted in building up a town valuable as a point 
of business and delightful as a place of residence. 
There are numerous opportunities here for the 
investment of money in real estate, as well as in 
manufacturing plants requiring only limited cap- 
ital, which will fill the present requirements of 
the city. With the town increasing so rapidly, 
the demands for additional plants for the manu- 
facture of a variety of articles would seem to be 
the natural conclusion. Sectional long-distance 
views of Bradentown, forming a composite cut, 
are shown on one of these pages, and from this 
it will be observed that the town has a fine water- 
front. It will be readily seen that the geo- 
graphical location of a town in this vicinity 
is superior to the average, and as the real 





FIGS ARE GROWN SUCCESSFULLY IN FLORIDA 

ESPECIALLY IN THE NORTHERN PART, ALONG THE S. A. L. RY. 



AMBRE JACKS. AVERAGE WEIGHT 40 LBS.. CAUGHT 

NEAR BRADENTOWN, MANATEE COUNTY, FLA., 

S. A. L. RY. 

estate values at present are far below what 
they will naturally be in the not far distant 
future, we speak advisedly when we say 
that the lands may be purchased at the 
present time for less than their true value, 
as it is a foregone conclusion that a land 
so wonderfully endowed by nature must, of 
necessity, become more in demand as time pro- 
gresses, and as the ever-increasing population 
clamor for the delicious fruits and superior veg- 
etables which are raised on these lands. In 1900 
Bradentown was an unincorporated village of 
350 people ; in 1910, according to the United 
States census, there were located here in round 
numbers 1,900 people. The city's increase in 
population is indicative of its rapid growth and 
prosperity. Surrounded as all the towns are in 
this section with such productive lands and cli- 
matic conditions, there is no question about the 
ultimate future of Bradentown. Manatee, 
Manatee County. — This enterprising town is 
located on a spot of unusual natural beauty, at- 
tractive and easily accessible by land or water. 
Its interests are identical with Bradentown, 
and these two towns are located, only a little 
more than a mile apart. What has been said in 
regard to Bradentown applies, to Manatee. 
They are beneficiaries of the large influx of 
money resulting from the cultivation, harvesting 
and marketing of the products of this county. 
Both have fine residential and good business 
locations. The streets, in regular square 
blocks, run east and west along the Manatee 
river, lined on either side with stately rows, of 
venerable live oaks with streamers of Spanish 
moss dangling from their limbs. These rows of 
oaks are interspersed with fine hedges of olean- 
der and gorgeous clusters of palmettos, which 



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MANATEE AVENUE, MANATEE. FLA., S. A. L. RY. 



scene is further embellished with garlands of 
sub-tropical plants of numerous varieties. Here 
are found the golden fruits — the fine guava, 
sapodillas. winding fringes of banana trees, 
mangoes, tamarinds. Real estate investments in 
the way of town property or in the outlying farm 
lands should prove exceedingly remunerative, as 
values throughout this entire section are increas- 
ing rapidly. Manavista, Manatee County. — 
Pop. 100. This is the location of one of the 
largest grapefruit groves in the world, and is one 
of the most beautiful estates in the county. It has 
an output of grapefruit of wonderful magnitude. 



There are also numerous other equally fine pro- 
ducing grapefruit groves in this locality. The 
citrus fruits in this section have never been killed 
by a freeze or injured by a frost. Palmetto, 
Manatee County. — Pop. 1,500. This town is 
headquarters for a number of the citrus growers 
and operators of the trucking lands, many acres 
being under cultivation nearby. Not only are the 
most fertile citrus and trucking lands under culti- 
vation here, but thousands of acres are still un- 
developed awaiting the hand of capital and labor. 
The opportunities for the investment of money 
profitably in these lands are unexcelled in any 




GRAPEFRUIT GROVE IN MANATEE COUNTY 



WHICH 
S. A. L. 



PRODUCES NEARLY 
RY. 



75.000 BOXES PER ANNUM. 



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PALMETTO HIGH SCHOOL, PALMETTO, FLA.. S. A. L. RY. 

THIS IS A MODERN AND EFFICIENTLY EQUIPPED SCHOOL OF LEARNING. 

other part of the United States. The real estate 
men located here have done a world of good for 
this section, and they are continuing in their on- 
ward march of development in order to meet the 
requirements of new settlers who are continually 
taking up their habitation in these parts. These 
real estate operators are in a position to furnish 
any information desired by prospective investors, 
or further literature on the subject will be fur- 
nished by the General Industrial Department of 
the Seaboard Air Line Railway. There are a 
great many orange groves near Palmetto, some 
of them exceedingly large, and all producing 
large quantities of this juicy and luscious fruit. 
The government has inaugurated a pre-cooling 
plant for experimental purposes at Palmetto, Fla. 
This arrangement will lower the temperature in 
refrigerator cars to the same extent as ice would 
accomplish. After this process the fruits and vege- 
tables are then loaded and the cars are iced to 
their capacity. It will be seen that this is a verv 



happy solution of the refrigeration of perishables. 
Throughout this wonderful fruit and vegetable 
country are to be found hard roads in fine condi- 
tion, extending miles in every direction, making 
it easy to reach transportation facilities. Pal- 
metto has two splendidly conducted banks, a 
$28,000 brick school building, which is a most 
modern institution of learning; finely paved 
streets, concrete sidewalks, water works, public 
library, electric lighting plant and all the con- 
veniences possessed by a much larger town. The 
Hoard of Trade suggests the following industries 
as likely to prove profitable : A brick plant and 
planing mill, as there is a wonderful amount of 
building going on ; crate factory, stave and coop- 
erage plant, as the shipments of fruits and veg- 
etables from this section are enormous. In order 
to give an idea of the extent of this industry it 
may be stated that there are now twelve packing- 
houses located in Palmetto. There is also a 
mammoth ice plant located here and used ex- 
clusively for icing the Seaboard Air Line Rail- 
way's cars for the immense shipments of fruits 
and vegetables consumed in the large Northern 
and Western markets. Buyers flock here for 
nine months in the year from every large center 
in the United States, and for this reason the 
small shipper secures the same advantage as the 
carload producer. Throughout this entire sec- 
tion the produce is bought in the field, at the 
packing-house or contracted for here, where the 
highest price is obtained by reason of the modern 
methods of handling and the rapid transit sup- 
plied by the Seaboard Air Line Railway in land- 
ing the perishables at the large markets of the 
North and West. Other industries are develop- 
ing, such as canning and jelly factories, the 
former to can a portion of the enormous veg- 
etable crops and the latter for making the well- 
known guava and other high-class jellies inci- 
dent to the production of the highly flavored 
fruits abounding here in such great profusion. 
Terra Ceia, Manatee County. — Pop. 600. The 




MAIX STREET. PALMETTO, FLA., S. A. L. RY. 
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PEACH ORCHARD IN FLORIDA, S. A. L. RY. 

PEACH CULTURE IS BECOMING QUITE AN IMPORTANT INDUSTRY IN THIS STATE. 




CASSAVA IS RAISED EXTENSIVELY ALL ALONG THE 

S. A. L. RY., FOR FORAGE AS WELL AS FOR 

FERTILIZING THE LANDS. 



EGG PLANTS GROWING LUXURIANTLY AT TERRA CEIA, 
MANATEE COUNTY. 

A PROSPEROUS SECTION ALONG THE S. A. L RY. IN FLORIDA. 



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town is not thickly populated on account of being 
composed principally of a succession of beautiful 
groves and highly cultivated vegetable farms. 
Terra Ceia has a bank, several general merchan- 
dise stores, public library, graded school and 
several packing-houses for crating the products 
shipped from this point. A drug store and hotel 
will no doubt prove profitable investments. Ter- 
ra Ceia is located near the mouth of the Manatee 
river, surrounded by the waters of Tampa bay 
and Terra Ceia bay, which give it an immunity 
from frost equal to portions of the State ioo 
miles further south, as evidenced by the grape- 
fruit and the orange having been uninjured by 
the disastrous freezes in the past. The soil is 
marl hammock and very productive. This is one 
of the richest spots in the famous county of 
Manatee. Celery, pepper, egg plant, lettuce and 
tomatoes are the principal vegetables raised on 
Terra Ceia Island, of which Terra Ceia is the 
center. This island is divided into five and 
ten acre tracts, each irrigated by artesian wells. 
Here the vegetables named, as well as other 
varieties, reach the highest state of perfection. 
One may obtain a truly beautiful sight by taking 
an automobile tour on the fine hard surfaced 
roads winding mile after mile around and; . 
through the gorgeous groves and farms on Terra 
Ceia Island. Several of the illustrations shown 
herein have been made from photographs taken', 
at Terra Ceia and in contiguous territory, espe-- 
daily for publication in this book. They show' 
the cultivation and harvesting of egg plant, the 
growing of Irish potatoes, peppers and other' 
vegetables. The fields are splendidly equipped 
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OF FLORIDA, S. A. L. RY. 



TEN-ACRE GRAPEFRUIT GROVE, TERRA CEIA ISLAND, 
MANATEE COUNTY, FLA.. S. A. L. RY. 

THIS GROVE AVERAGES THE OWNER Sl5,000 PER YEAR. 



brated orange grove may be seen along one of 
■• tlic fine roads at Terra Ceia. This is a ten-acre 
grove and is one of the most wonderful in the 
\Vorld, having averaged the owner an income of 
.lover $15,000 per year for many years. It con- 
tains 200 trees to the acre, while the usual num- 
"ber of trees planted per acre is from 68 to 80. 
The trees are as thick as hops, so to speak, and 
the growth is so dense that when passing between 
the rows one has to stoop in order to walk 
under the extending branches. There are 
.other groves, however, similarly productive lo- 
■ cated on Terra Ceia Island, reaching the greatest 
-possible state of perfection known on account of 
the fertility of the soil and the existing favorable 
■'climatic conditions. On the main line of the Sea- 
board Air Line Ry. north of this island is to be 
found the largest known grapefruit grove, consist- 
ing of 300 acres of full-bearing trees, with 100 
acres more coming into bearing next season. The 
lands on Terra Ceia Island are largely planted 
with trees bearing magnificent grapefruit, of 
which product there were shipped last year about 
100,000 boxes. In this section may be found 
splendid opportunities for the investment of 
money in lands for fruit and vegetable cultiva- 
tion. At the end of three years after planting, 
when a grove becomes full-bearing, the revenue 
from each year's crop per acre is about the same 
amount as it costs per acre to buy the land. 
These are present values. This island is truly 
the garden spot of the world. Parrish, Mana- 
tee County. — Pop. 800. Principal source of 
revenue in this section is derived from the culti- 



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SELECTING WRAPPERS FOR THE MANUFACTURE OF 
CIGARS, TAMPA, FLA., S. A. L. RY. 

THIS CITY MARKETS AN AVERAGE OF A MILLION CIGARS PER DAY. 

vation and shipping of such citrus fruit as 
oranges, grapefruit and tangerines. It also pro- 
duces large quantities of early vegetables, such 
as tomatoes, lettuce, celery, cucumbers and 
other varieties. Considerable revenue is also 
derived from the naval stores industry. There 
is no bank at Parrish, and we are advised by 
some of the substantial citizens that an institu- 
tion of this kind with a limited capital will un- 
questionably pay handsome returns. Good fruit 
and vegetable lands may be purchased here at 
reasonable figures. This is an ideal spot for the 
early raising of these products. Wimauma, 
Hillsboro County. — Pop. 300. This town is 
located in a fruit and vegetable producing region, 
these products being the principal source of rev- 
enue. Boyette, Hillsboro County. — Pop. 300. 
Fruits and vegetables are the chief pursuits, and 
these products are raised and shipped to quite a 
large extent. 

Tampa, Hillsboro County. — Population 
65,000. Tampa is the great metropolis of South 
Florida. It is the second largest city in the State. 
The climate is one of its chief charms, it being an 
all-year-round resort for tourists, and nowhere 
on the face of the globe is to be found more 
charming, cultured and progressive people. It 
is known far and wide for its hospitality, climate, 
hotels, real estate development and manufactures, 
especially the manufacture of cigars. The educa- 
tional advantages are excellent. There are nu- 
merous churches, clubs and other social features. 
Commercially it is a city of great importance, 
having a far-reaching wholesale and retail trade 
in practically every line of merchandise. It is the 
nearest port in the United States to the Panama 



Canal. It is the center of the great fruit and 
vegetable producing lands of South Florida and 
is surrounded by a rich rural section with numer- 
ous small towns, all contributing to the wel- 
fare and prosperity of this enterprising city. 
Tampa is blessed with fine transportation facili- 
ties, having steamship lines direct to New York, 
Mobile and various points on the Hillsboro and 
Manatee rivers throughout the southern portions 
of Florida, and rail lines extending in every di- 
rection, the most important of which is the Sea- 
board Air Line Railway. From various points 
the several boat lines touch Tampa, and from the 
hundreds of inland points possessing the superior 
rail transportation facilities of the Seaboard Air 
Line Railway, the Tampa Northern Railroad, the 
Tampa & Gulf Coast Railway, Atlantic Coast 
Line and other railways, there is handled an 
enormous amount of products to and from this 
valuable section of the great State of Florida. 
Oranges and other fruits abound in great pro- 
fusion. The full-page illustration herein shows 
a single grapefruit tree only three years old 
photographed near Tampa. This is considered 
the most magnificent tree bearing grapefruit at 
this age known, and was cultivated without the 
use of fertilizer. Other resources, in addition to 
fruits and trucking products, are phosphate, 
naval stores and lumber. Within a distance of 
100 miles there are to be found in several direc- 
tions immense phosphate beds, where the various 
investments will total more than $50,000,000. 
These mines employ thousands of men, many of 
the plants running night and day, in consequence 
of which millions of tons of phosphate rock are 
shipped to all parts of the globe. A very large 
proportion of this product is shipped via the Sea- 
board Air Line Railway to Tampa and Fernan- 
dina, where steamers receive it and take it 
coastwise as well as to foreign ports. The naval 
stores industry in several directions is a large 
source of revenue to Tampa, there being enor- 
mous quantities of rosin and turpentine shipped 
from the rural sections adjacent via the various 
transportation lines. A great many of these ship- 
ments originate on the Seaboard Air Line Rail- 
way, while others originate on the connecting 
lines running into Tampa, received by this Com- 
pany and carried from this point to destination 
or to the terminals where it is turned over to the 
steamers for export. The illustration depicted in 
this connection shows the splendid terminal 
facilities of the Seaboard Air Line Railway. In 
the pine-producing districts, where the timber has 
been turpentined to its fullest extent, the lumber- 
man begins his harvest. There are, of course, 
large bodies of other varieties of timber which 
are being cut. The total amount of all classes 
of timber cut and lumber manufactured results 
in bringing to the State an enormous amount of 
money. Lumber, as well as the more extensively 
manufactured timber products, furnish a great 
deal of tonnage for the railways. Tampa re- 
ceives directly and indirectly a large benefit from 



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TAMPA, FLA., SCENES. 

I. FLORIDA AVENUE AT THE INTERSECTION OF TWIGG STREET. 2. THE S. A. L. RY. FREIGHT DEPOT. 



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VIEWS OF TAMPA, FLA., S. A. L. RY. 

I AND 2. CITY PARK. 3. SECOND AVE. 4. NEBRASKA AVE. 5. GORGEOUS SCENE SHOWING FISHING BOATS AWAITING 

APPROACHING STORM. 6. GOLF COURSE. "•. FRANKLIN ST. 8. FOREIGN AND COASTWISE VESSELS 

EXCHANGING TRAFFIC WITH S. A. L. RY. 



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CUESTA, KEY & CO. 



THE HEART OF TAMPA, FLA., AND ITS GREATEST INDUSTRY- 
THE MANUFACTURE OF CIGARS, S. A. L. RY. 



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UNITED STATES POST OFFICE AND INTERNAL REVENUE BUILDING. TAMPA, FLA., S. A. L. RY. 

THIS FINE PIECE OF ARCHITECTURE, WITH ITS ATTRACTIVE LAWN AND SURROUNDING PALM TREES, IS ONE OF THE MANY 

ADORNMENTS OF THE CITY. 



the demands made upon the State in this respect. 
Another of the many resources of Tampa is that 
of the fish to be found in the waters here. The 
fish industry alone gives employment to more 
than a thousand men and comprises a fishing 
fleet of nearly 500 boats. The wealth of any city 
and its inhabitants is determined largely by the 
natural resources found within its zone, and in 
this respect Tampa is far ahead of the average 
city. The location is ideal, climatically and geo- 
graphically. It is so conveniently situated, not 
only to the enormous wealth of the natural re- 
sources referred to above, but its drawing power 
as a trade center and its superior advantages as a 
manufacturing point place it upon a pinnacle of 
superbly located cities. Tampa is situated 79 
feet above the sea level, and as a place of resi- 
dence is unexcelled. There are but few points 
where the temperature is so uniform as at 
Tampa. On the hottest days in eastern and west- 
ern cities there is invariably a gentle breeze blow- 
ing here, and there is no such thing as sleepless 
nights because of heat. Tampa has a variety of 
industries, among the more important of which 
the following may be mentioned : A great many 
large cigar factories ; cigar box factory ; iron and 



machine works: boiler works; brass and iron 
foundries ; the building of dredges, cranes and 
derricks of immense power ; gasoline lamp fac- 
tory ; trunk factory ; carriage, wagon and harness 
factories ; broom factories ; palmetto brush fac- 
tory ; numerous wood-working establishments ; 
cooperage works ; crate material factory, making 
tile, brick and blocks ; cornice works, sheet metal 
and galvanized iron roofing works ; cider and 
vinegar works ; bottling works ; coffee roasters 
and mills ; soap factory ; two fertilizer factories ; 
patent medicine factory ; furniture factory ; heater 
and ventilator factories ; marble and granite 
works ; shipbuilding works ; ship yards ; sail ma- 
kers ; clothing factories ; brewery ; several ice 
and cold-storage plants. There is located here 
the largest and best equipped cold-storage plant 
in the South. Tampa is exceptionally fortunate 
in its newspapers, having a morning paper ably 
edited and well managed. The evening paper is 
also a bright and newsy sheet. A weekly paper 
keeps abreast with the latest news of the truck 
and fruit industries, which are so important to 
this State especially. The above, and also two 
weekly papers, are printed in English, while 
there are two others printed in Spanish and 



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FLORIDA "GOOD ROADS." 

I. TAMPA TO TARPON SPRINGS. 2. TYPICAL SCENE IN FLORIDA. 3. COTTON BARBECUE AUTOMOBILISTS, APOPKA. 

4. NEAR ORLANDO. 



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Italian, which arc circulated, to a large extent, 
in Ybor City, the habitation of the bulk of the 
cigarmakers. Tampa has several line hotels and 
some excellent restaurants, which are conducted 
the year round. The hotels easily accommodate 
5,000 tourists. The banking facilities are ade- 
quate for its needs, as the city has a number of 
financial institutions, all strong, progressive, con- 
servative and well able to extend such assistance 
as the business demands of the city and sur- 
rounding community require. Tampa proper and 
West Tampa have together about 75 miles of 
brick paving, and there are also in this immediate 
section over 200 miles of surfaced roads, radia- 
ting to various points, so that motoring here is 
a perpetual delight. The roads referred to are 
located in Hillsboro county, of which Tampa is 
the county seat, but they connect with other fine 
roads leading to all the principal points through- 
out the State, as well as connecting with the 
various national highways. The roads in this 
county have been important factors in accelera- 
ting the great progress made by the farmers in 
marketing their crops, as well as enabling them 
to traverse quickly their numerous large planta- 
tions, of which there are many. As indicated by 
the "Florida Good Roads" illustration on preced- 
ing page, it will be observed that the city of 
Tampa and other cities of this great State are 
wide awake to the advantages offered by such im- 
provements over other localities not so fortunate. 
One of the views in this combination cut shows a 
section of a fine road running from Tampa to 
Tarpon Springs, where is conducted the largest 
sponge industry in the State. There are over 
200 factories making clear Havana cigars in this 
city. These factories employ 15,000 men and 
women in the different branches of the industry, 
and turn out on an average of 1,000,000 cigars 



for each working day of the year. Calculating 
this output (in the basis of an average price of 
$85 per thousand, which is a conservative esti- 
mate, it will be seen that the revenue from this 
product ale me amounts to many millions of 
dollars. This industry has shown an increase in 
output of more than 100 per cent, during the past 
ten years. One of the largest factories made last 
year by actual count over 18,000,000 cigars. In- 
teresting interior views of this factory are dis- 
played on these pages. One shows the workers 
selecting the wrappers used in the manufacture 
of the cigars ; the other the cigarmakers in their 
commodious and well-ventilated cigar-making 
room. A few of the other factories make almost 
as many cigars, and the majority of the remain- 
ing smaller factories do a correspondingly large 
business. The Commissioner of Internal Rev- 
enue advises that all the Tampa internal revenue 
receipts returned for the District of Columbia for 
the fiscal year ending last June aggregate $913,- 
104.23. Tampa has one of the most attractive 
government buildings in any southern city, being 
surrounded by beautiful and stately palms. This 
building, as well as other views, are featured on 
these pages, from which it will be seen that 
Tampa is an exceedingly beautiful city. Its 
citizens have been tireless in their efforts to let 
the world know of the wonders of this charming 
spot, and they have been remarkably fortunate in 
this respect, which is evidenced by the fact that 
people from all parts of the country are gradually 
locating here. The city is destined to become a 
metropolis of much greater importance, and for 
that reason investments in this direction would 
seem wise. Tampa is a semi-business, semi- 
tourist city, and accomplishes a full proportion in 
each capacity ; therefore it is much more impor- 
tant than the average city. In addition to being 




SURF BATHIXG AT ANNA MARIA BEACH, NEAR TAMPA, FLA., S. A. L. RY. 



51 




THE NAVAL STORES INDUSTRY, FLORIDA, S. A. L. RY. 

I. BOXED TREES. 2. TYPICAL TURPENTINE STILL. 3. ROSIN READY FOR SHIPMENT. 



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WORKMEN MAKING CIGARS IN ONE OF THE LARGE 
FACTORIES AT YBOR CITY, FLA., S. A. L. RY. 

THIS TOWN IS LARGELY COMPOSED OF CIGAR MAKERS AND THEIR FAMILIES. 

unexcelled as a winter resort, it is also of great 
interest for the various reasons heretofore sug- 
gested. Tampa is South Florida's progressive 
center. Hillsboro county has recently voted a 
bond issue of $1,000,000 to extend its good roads 
system, and work of building 75 miles of good 
brick road will soon be under way. If any 
further evidence of the progressive spirit of that 
portion of the State is needed it is found in 
this action for good roads. Tampa, situated on 
a land-locked harbor, with 24 feet of water and 
ample dock facilities, has made progress fast. 
It is the foremost phosphate rock exporting point 
in the world and the volume of this traffic is 
evidenced by the Seaboard Air Line Railway's 
plan for an additional modern phosphate plant 
now in progress of construction at a cost of 
$100,000. This elevator will have a capacity 
of 300 tons of phosphate rock per hour, making 
a total of 600 tons per hour by the completed 
facilities. Tampa's surroundings should be given 
consideration in determining reasons for its up- 
ward growth. The "Big Five" — Pasco, Polk, 
Hillsboro, Pinellas and Manatee County — lying 
immediately adjacent to Tampa, comprise the 
richest early vegetable and fruit lands in the 
South, and are a strong competitor of the Pacific 
Coast. Attracted by its wonderful climate and 
soil conditions this fruit-growing district is grow- 
ing by leaps and bounds, and new fruit trees are 
being set out which will in a short time largely 
increase the production. The beautiful Pinellas 
Peninsula, which lies at Tampa's door, has long 
attracted attention. It now has under construc- 
tion a fifty mile railroad, a large timber develop- 
ment, and the bringing in of its rich fruit and 
vegetable lands. Polk, rich in phosphate, and 
producing half million boxes of citrus fruit last 
year, has a railroad extension, phosphate develop- 



ment and timber development under way. Mana- 
tee, with its protection from frost, on whose 
lands the trucker and fruit grower last season 
reaped a golden harvest, has new areas of rich 
lands coming in, a fifty-mile railroad and largo 
timber development under way. The opportuni- 
ties here in the Tampa district for expansion 
can be observed from the quoted land area: 
Hillsboro, 850,560 acres; Manatee, 855,680 
acres ; Polk, 1,224,080 acres ; Pasco, 490,880 acres. 
On these rich lands, where three to four annual 
crops can be grown, there is found a wide selec- 
tion for the fruit grower, trucker, dairyman, cattle 
raiser and homeseeker. The millions noted, which 
will be spent in this district, spell opportunity for 
many. Ybor City, Hillsboro County. — Pop. 
20,000. Ybor City is practically a part of Tampa, 
notwithstanding the fact that the two cities have 
separate corporations. The favorable comments 
which have been made in regard to Tampa as 
regards the climate and advantages as a manu- 
facturing center will apply to Ybor City. This 
place is the headquarters for a large part of the 
tobacco interests in this section. There are a 
great many cigar factories located at this point, 
and this is the principal manufacturing business. 
Brooksville, Hernando County. — T. N. R.R. 
Pop. 2,000. This town recently sold an issue of 
$100,000 worth of bonds for good roads. Brooks- 
ville is improving very rapidly. Considerable 
building is going on, and new investments are 
being established from time to time. There are 
located here two banking institutions, a newspa- 
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SPONGE INDUSTRY IN GULF OF MEXICO, TARPON 
SPRINGS. FLA. 



I. DIVER GOING DOWN. 



PULLING DIVER UP. 3- SPONGE EXCHANGE. 



cane syrup mills, I nick works, machine and repair 
shops. A large proportion of the lumber shipped 
to and through Tampa originates on the Tampa 
Northern Railroad, which line is one of the val- 



uable connections of the Seaboard Air Line Rail- 
way. The Tampa Northern Railroad extends 
from Tampa to Brooksville, a distance of 49 
miles, at which point it has a further extension 
of 17 miles from the main line to Centralia. 
This and numerous points along its line are won- 
derfully resourceful in timber, consisting of fine 
bodies of virgin pine, which afford splendid in- 
vestment opportunities. The view published show- 
ing virgin timber along the Tampa Northern 
Railroad is but one of hundreds of similar scenes. 
The revenue produced by the "cut" from these 
vast tracts of timber is having its result in Tampa 
and other towns along the line of this railway, 
and it is only a question of time when throughout 
all this county there will be found thousands of 
acres covered with fine citrus groves and truck- 
ing farms, for which the soil is so well adapted 
and the climatic conditions so favorable. Cen- 
tralia is one of the largest lumber shipping 
points in this entire region, having a magnificent 
and well-equipped lumber plant, from which are 
shipped millions of feet of timber products per 
annum via the Tampa Northern Railroad and its 
connection to the Eastern markets. This town is 
mentioned especially in connection with that of 
Brooksville, as it is a large contributor to the 
trading interests of the latter point. In view of 
the enormous amount of timber to be found in 
contiguous territory, Brooksville is unquestion- 
ably a profitable point for the investment of 
money in lands and for manufacturing purposes. 
Tarpon Springs, Pinellas County. — Pop. 
3,500. Tarpon Springs is located on the Gulf of 




TARPON SPRINGS, FLA. 

SPONGE BOAT AND GREEK DIVERS 2. SPONGE FLEET. 



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SCENERY ON AND NEAR S. A. L. RY. IN FLORIDA. 

I. ON GULF OF MEXICO. 2. THE TARPON SPRING, 129 FT. DEEP AND 
100 FT. DIAMETER AT TOP. 3. ST. JOHN'S RIVER SCENERY. 

Mexico on the Tampa & Gulf Coast Railway, 
which connects with the Tampa Northern Rail- 
way, and is located in a splendid citrus fruit and 



truck growing country. The greatest business 
carried on at Tarpon Springs is that of the 
sponge industry. The aggregate of sponges 
taken in the Mediterranean countries is the great- 
est in the world, hut it is claimed that no single 
port elsewhere assembles as manv sponges as 
Tarpon Springs. The divers are nearly all 
Greeks, and their method of diving for sponges 
is the one now in vogue in the Gulf of Mexico 
along the border of this part of the State of 
Florida. The illustrations given in this book in 
regard to this subject here and at Cedar Key are 
from photographs specially taken for the pur- 
pose of publishing something' which may prove of 
interest to the readers regarding this novel in- 
dustry, for there is nothing similar to it in this 
country. The various sponges which the divers 
bring to Tarpon Springs for sale at the sponge 
exchange are the wool, yellow and grass sponge 
varieties. These sponges are harvested from 
the bottom of the Gulf opposite this town by 
Greeks protected by diving-suits and helmet. 
The Greeks are industrious and law-abiding 
members of the community. They are trained 
sponge divers, and some of them can work to a 
depth of 150 feet. The divers work from gaily 
painted boats of Greek model hundreds of years 
old, being sharp at both ends, lateen sail, rig and 
equipped with sweep oars. These boats are 
usually about 25 feet long and very seaworthy. 
There are always numbers of these boats to be 
seen in the Anclote river at the sponge exchange, 
either unloading sponges, fitting out for a trip 
or undergoing repairs. Here is seen a great 
variety of interests, for there is also boat build- 
ing going on all the time, mostly by Greeks and 
the Greek method of construction. The results 
obtained by the sponge divers are to be seen twice 
a week at the exchange, having been transported 
there by sponge schooners built specially for this 
purpose. A sale at the sponge exchange is in- 
deed quite an interesting sight. It is conducted 
by sealed bids every Tuesday and Friday, and 
there is generally quite a flutter of excitement 
upon the opening up of the various bids. The 
annual sales amount to about $1,000,000, which 
give the 2,000 Greeks, a large proportion of 
whom are sponge divers with headquarters at 
Tarpon Springs, quite a considerable income. 
Lake Butler, east of the town, teems with black 
bass. The gulf grouper and Spanish mackerel 
are abundant. The celebrated Tarpon fish, from 
which Tarpon Springs takes its name, while not 
so abundant as formerly, are occasionally seen. 
Clearwater, the seat of Pinellas County, has a 
population of 2.500. This town is situated on the 
Gulf of Mexico and is the second largest town 
located in the territory embraced along the route 
of the new extension of the Tampa & Gulf Coast 
Railway between Tampa and St. Petersburg. It 
will be but a short time until this railroad will 



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SECTIONAL VIEW OF ST. PETERSBURG, FLA. 

THE TERMINUS OF THE NEW EXTENSION OF THE TAMPA &. GULF COAST R.R., NOW UNDER CONSTRUCTION, WHICH, WHEN COMPLETED, 
WILL CONNECT THIS CITY WITH THE EAST THROUGH THE SUPERIOR FACILITIES AFFORDED BY THE S. A. L. RY. 




VIEWS AT ST. PETERSBURG, 

ONE OF THE MANY BEAUTIFUL STREETS. 2. 
3. BIRD'S-EYE VIEW. 



FLA. 

BANANA PALMS. 



serve this town, putting it in close touch with 
Tampa. Clearwater has several large citrus fruit 
packing-houses, banks, as well as various indus- 
trial and commercial enterprises. The new ex- 
tension of the Tampa & Gulf Coast Railway will 
open up fine timber lands which will, when 
cleared, increase the citrus fruit growing and 
vegetable producing lands hundreds of thousands 
of acres. The timber cut and manufactured, the 
raising of vegetables and the cultivation of fruit 
will furnish, in the course of time, enormous 
quantities of traffic for the new road. Most of 
this traffic will pass through and be of great ben- 
efit to Tampa, the Seaboard Air Line Railway 
and other transportation lines over which it 
passes before finally reaching the world's 
markets. Largo, Pinellas County. — Pop. 
1,000. This is the next station of importance on 
the new extension of the Tampa & Gulf Coast 
Railway to St. Petersburg. Largo is quite a fruit 
and vegetable producing section, citrus fruits 
especially being a large industry here. 

St. Petersburg, Pinellas County. — Has a 
population of 8,000. St. Petersburg, on the Pinel- 
las Peninsula, is the terminus of the Tampa & 
Gulf Coast Railway. It is unique among Florida 
cities. It is called "The Sunshine City," as much 
for the bright and cheerful cordiality of its people 
as for its delightful peninsular climate and seem- 
ingly perpetual sunny days. At present the Sea- 
board Air Line Railway's regular patrons be- 
tween St. Petersburg and the East are being 
taken care of by boat between this city and 
Tampa, but with the completion of the Tampa & 
Gulf Coast Railwav there will be still further 




A MID-WINTER SUN BATH ON A BEACH IN FLORIDA, S. A. L. RY. 

WHERE SURF BATHING IS ENJOYED ALL THE YEAR ROUND. 



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RESIDENTIAL STREET, ST. PETERSBURG, FLA. 

facilities for the transportation of the public in 
this section. St. Petersburg's claims upon the 
interest of tourists are many, the chief among 
them being its magnificent water front, with its 
attendant privileges of boating, fishing and near- 
by surf bathing all year. A bird's-eye view is 
included, with other illustrations, in this publica- 
tion. They, however, give but, a faint idea of the 
full proportions of this city ; one must go to see. 
The many broad, brick-paved streets provide 
ample provision for luxurious motoring, while 
the pedestrian is thankful for the scores of miles 
of substantial sidewalks, seats placed invitingly 
at frequent intervals and the cool green shade in 
the charming parks. The relation of every citi- 
zen to every visitor is that of host to guest. 
Health and sanitary conditions are excellent. 
Boarding and lodging accommodations are mod- 
erate in price and varied sufficiently in style to 
meet the requirements of all visitors. Its com- 
mercial activities are characterized by the utmost 
energy and efficiency. Its civic spirit and public 




STREET SCENE, BARTOW, FLA., S. A. L. RY. 

THIS CITY IS LOCATED IN THE CENTRE OF A VERY FERTILE 
AGRICULTURAL AND RICH TIMBER SECTION. 



improvements are of a nature and kind that have 
resulted in placing it among the foremost cities 
of the State. It has a very large number of sub- 
stantial real estate operators who have done and 
who are doing now a great deal to promote the 
welfare of the city. In fact, it is due more to 
them than to any other cause that has made St. 
Petersburg grow so rapidly and become so 
famous as a winter resort throughout the world. 
Tourists come here from every part of the globe. 
New investments are being made continually. 
Some of the operators are native Southerners and 




FISHING SCENE, ST. PETERSBURG, FLA. 



POLK COUNTY COURT HOUSE. BARTOW. FLA., S. 



HOMESEEKERS PREPARING TO MAKE A TOUR OF THE RICH 
COUNTY OF POLK. 



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THE NEW S. A. L. RY. PASSENGER DEPOT, BARTOW, FLA. 

THE POINT TO WHICH THIS SYSTEM WAS RECENTLY EXTENDED. 



some are from the North and West. They have 
joined hands in working for the cause of this 
prosperous town ; the former having influenced 
nearby capital, while the latter have brought here 
for investment enormous amounts of money 
from their native lands. These investments have 
proven exceedingly remunerative. Plenty of 
good opportunities exist here for further invest- 
ment in real estate, as the city"s augmentation 
is unquestionably permanent. Bartow, Polk 
County. — Pop. 7,000. This is the terminus of 
one of the branch of the Seaboard Air Line 
Railway, which extends from the main line into 
the interior, and is 27 miles from Plant City on 
the main line. It has not been so long since this 
line was completed. A cut of the Seaboard's new 
passenger station is shown on these pages, as are 
also views of one of Bartow's handsome streets 
and the county court house. The latter picture 
shows a large party of prospective settlers pre- 
paratory to taking an automobile tour through 
the agricultural regions traversed by the numer- 
ous fine hard-surfaced roads of this county. Bar- 
tow is the capital of Polk, one of the best-man- 
aged counties in the whole of Florida. It has 
several well-conducted and prosperous banks, 
numerous commercial establishments, a number 
of manufacturing plants and various other in- 
dustries, which, combined with large shipments 



of vegetables, has contributed to the growth of 
the town. The citizens are enterprising and al- 
ways ready to lend a helping hand to newcomers. 
Polk has more phosphate within its borders than 
any other county in the United States, and has 
the largest individual phosphate plant in the 
world. This section is rich in timber and turpen- 
tine, the immense forests covering thousands of 
acres. A whole page of this publication has been 
devoted to a sectional view of one of the vast 
tracts of virgin timber on the Seaboard Air Line 
Railway in Polk county. It is also exceedingly 
wealthy in available agricultural lands, admirably 
located, with numerous small and picturesque 
lakes. Polk county is so rich in natural resources 
that it ranks as the fourth richest county in 
Florida, and contains 1,250,000 acres. The 
first impression of Bartow is that it is pictur- 
esquely different, because of its semi-tropical 
scenery ; also it is delightfully different from the 
average town because of the atmosphere being 
laden with the odors of the banana and the 
strange plants in the gardens of its inhabitants. 
The second impression, which is also a correct 
one, is that Bartow is a solid place in which to 
live and in which to do business, because of the 
underlying solidity of the town itself and the vast 
resources which lend their influence to the popu- 
larity of the county. It is 210 miles south of 




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MANY FINE CATTLE ARE RAISED IN FLORIDA. 

THIS SCENE IS FROM A HERD AT BARTOW. POLK COUNTY, S. A. L. RY. 



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VIEWS OF PEBBLE PHOSPHATE PLANT IN FLORIDA ON S. A. L. RY. 



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Jacksonville, 45 miles east of Tampa, and is, 
therefore, within easy access of deep water. Bar- 
tow has an elevation of 116 feet ahove the sea 
level. The general health conditions are first- 
class. In order that prospective settlers may be 
apprised of the advantage which should accrue 
to them in enhanced valuation of farm lands, it 
is worthy of note to cite the instance of one 
farmer having purchased, about ten years ago, a 
body of land consisting of 200 acres at $30 per 
acre in its virgin state, which is to-day, at a con- 
servative estimate, worth $50,000. This goes to 
prove what rapid developments may be expected 
from the fertile soil of this region. There are a 
number of other smaller farms which have been 
developed in proportion, and there still remains 
other valuable undeveloped cut-over and forest 
lands which may be had at reasonable figures. 



abundantly here, so also does the greatest of 
forage crops, that of cassava. Para grass is here 
economically grown by planting between rows of 
corn while cultivating; then when the corn is 
ready to harvest the pasture is ready for the 
cattle. The custom here is to run hogs on the 
Para grass pastures until ready to fatten, when a 
few bushels of cassava or corn puts them in 
prime condition for market. The result is that 
the hog-raising industry has become an impor- 
tant factor in this section. Mulberry, Polk 
County. — Pop. 2,500. This is the location of a 
large portion of the great phosphate industry, 
which is conducted on an enormous scale in these 
parts. Throughout this section, along the Sea- 
board Air Line Railway, which was recently ex- 
tended to Bartow, are to be found enormous beds 
of phosphate. This is the soft rock. Here also 




HYDRAULIC PHOSPHATE MIXING IX FLORIDA OX S. A. L. RY. 



Vegetation is prolific in these parts, vegetables 
and fruits being grown very' extensively. Nu- 
merous orange and grapefruit groves are located 
on the lands in every direction from Bartow. 
These groves bring large revenue to the citizens 
of Polk county. The trucking lands hereabouts 
are planted with almost all varieties of vegetables, 
such as beans, egg plant, peppers, okra, Irish 
potatoes, cabbage, etc. Some of the vieyvs in 
this publication are of sections of fields growing 
a number of these vegetables, which demon- 
strates what is being accomplished on the Sea- 
board Air Line Raihvay in Florida. Cattle rais- 
ing is one of the largest and most prosperous 
industries in Polk county ; the illustration of the 
cattle ranch depicted speaks for itself. Para 
grass is one of the fine fodders which grows 



are located mammoth plants manufacturing and 
shipping phosphates. The revenue derived from 
this source is something wonderful. To give an 
idea of Mulberry as an important phosphate cen- 
ter it might be mentioned that in contributory 
territory within 15 miles of this point there are 
16 of the largest phosphate mining plants in the 
world. The total annual shipments made by 
these plants aggregate two and one-quarter mil- 
lion tons. Illustrations of this industry are fea- 
tured herein. Mulberry has banks, ice plants, 
several yvell-equipped mercantile establishments, 
foundry and machine shops, lumber plants, naval 
stores and other industries. This toyvn is an 
integral part of the county of Mulberry, noted 
for its superior soil for vegetable and fruit cul- 



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FLORIDA CABBAGE FIELD DURING MARCH. 

SCENE NEAR BARTOW, ON THE S. A. L. RY. 
THE SOIL HERE PRODUCES ALL THE VARIETIES OF VEGETABLES. 



ture. Coronet, Hillsburo Couxty. — Pop. 1,000. 
Location of an immense phosphate industry. 
Plant City, Hillsboro County. — Pop. 4,000. 
Junction of the Seaboard Air Line Railway run- 
ning between this point and Bartow with the 
Company's main line running from the southern 
termini eastward. At Plant City are assembled 
from the territory embraced between this city, 
Bartow, Agricola, McDowell, Mulberry, Nichols, 
Welcome, Royster and Coronet, trainloads of 
phosphates transported by the Seaboard Air Line 
Railway to interior points, as well as for export 
and coastwise markets through Tampa, where 
this railway has immense phosphate elevators for 
transferring the phosphate to the vessels. Plant 
City has a number of banks, lumber and crate- 
making plants, foundry and machine works, cold- 



storage plant, brick kiln, fruit and vegetable 
packing-houses. It is the center of a fine region 
in which large quantities of agricultural products 
are raised, especially vegetables. The harvests of 
vegetables and fruits in this and adjacent terri- 
tory keep three large packing-houses busy during 
the shipping season. Another bank and com- 
modious hotel, also a canning factory to take care 
of the surplus products which now go to waste 
after the shipping season is over, would unques- 
tionably prove profitable. Some of the leading 
citizens think that the latter would pay handsome 
returns, because at the end of the season prices 
on vegetables begin to dwindle in the Eastern 
markets. The remaining unshipped part of the 
crops could be utilized to advantage by such a 
factory. From this same source of information 
we learn that the citizens of this city will be glad 
to render a helping hand to newcomers in the 
establishment of additional factories and other 
enterprises. Zephyrhills, Pasco Couxty. — Pop. 
2,500. Thirty-eight miles north from Tampa and 
173 miles south of Jacksonville. At this writing 
less than four years old. This certainly is a 
wonderfully progressive town : it has accom- 
plished more within the space of its existence 
than the average town. Its citizenship is made 
up of people from every section of the country, 
who have come here and invested in farm lands 
which have not only proved what was claimed for 
them as to their productive qualities, but real 
estate values have shown a material increase each 
year. The original citizens who established this 
colony displayed much foresight in sub-dividing 
the lands into tracts of minimum size and price, 
so as to place them within the reach of settlers 
with small capital. Some of these settlers pur- 
chased single tracts of 10 to 20 acres, while 
others purchased several tracts, but in no case 
was more land sold to purchasers than they were 
able to cultivate according to the latest and most 
intelligent methods. The result of this arrange- 
ment has proved satisfactory all around. It has 
been demonstrated that the farmers are most suc- 
cessful when they undertake the tillage of a lim- 
ited amount of land, within their capacity; their 




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PASCO COUXTY COURT HOUSE, DADE CITY, FLA.. 
S. A. L. RY. 

PASCO COUXTY HAS VERY FERTILE LANDS. 

success acting' as a stimulus to renewed efforts 
each year. Each new settler, seeing the success 
of his neighbor, and finding how easily success 
was attained in the cultivation of these fertile 
lands around Zephyrhills, heralded the news to 
the world. This had its effect, especially among 
his acquaintances in the land of his nativity, and 
the town grew by leaps and bounds. The soil is 
especially adapted to the growth of oranges, 
grapefruit, melons and other fruits, as well as 
vegetables and general farm crops. One may 
make a splendid investment by planting an 
orange or grapefruit grove and, pending the ex- 
piration of the three years taken for the grove to 
come into bearing, may cultivate vegetables with 
much profit. Tomatoes pay Sioo to $400 per 
acre, egg plant from $100 to S300 per acre, sugar 
cane $100 or more per acre, and other farm 
products in proportion. There is a large factory 
here that buys for cash all the cane that the 
growers can produce. This cane is manufactured 
into pure cane syrup, which, as in the case of the 
aforementioned vegetable and fruit products, 
finds a ready market. Zephyrhills has a bank, 
telephones, electric lights : it is popular with tour- 
ists ; has high rolling, perfectly drained land, pure 
water and is healthy. We are advised that a site 
will be donated to erect a suitable hotel. As a 
land of opportunities for the man with small or 
large capital the Zephyrhills section has no su- 
perior. This is the point where the first suc- 
cessful mill was established for making cane 
syrup. Greer, Pasco County. — Pop. 700. This 
is the location of large lumber interests. Dade 
City. — Pop. 1,500. Lacoochee. — Pop. 200. 
Both in Pasco County. Terrell, Hernando 
County. These three towns cover a territory of 



20 miles along the Seaboard Air Line Railway 
north of Dade City, which is the capital of Pasco 
county. The illustration published of the court 
house here shows it to be a fine brick structure. 
This town has telephone service, ice and cold- 
storage plants, electric plant, banks, newspapers, 
etc. The tobacco industry gives employment to a 
large number of people. The soil around Dade 
City, and in fact throughout this entire section, 
is exceedingly fertile and productive. Lumber 
is an important factor. This is an attractive 
point for farmers and those in quest of desirable 
locations for such industries as crate factory, fur- 
niture factory and other wood-working establish- 
ments. Tobacco and canning factories should 
aLo pay here. At Lacoochee there are two tur- 
pentine distilling plants. On account of existing 
phosphate beds a plant mining this product 
should prove remunerative. Lime and brick kilns 
should also pay. St. Catherine. — Pop. 500. 
Bushnell. — Pup. 1,000. Enfield. — Pop. 300. 
Sumterville. — Pop. 700. Panasoffkee. — Pop. 
100. These five towns are in Sumter County 
and cover a territory of ti miles of highly pro- 
ductive lands. Bushnell is the county seat. It 
has several commercial establishments and other 
enterprises. Peaches, grapefruit, oranges, cu- 
cumbers, cabbage and tomatoes grow to perfec- 
tion here. There is considerable lumber in this 
section. On account of the fruits and vegetables 
produced here in large quantities, a crate factory 
would undoubtedly pay. Coleman, Sumter 
County. — Pop. 500. The headquarters of the 




FLOWIXG WELL NEAR ORLANDO. FLA. 

THERE ARE ANY NUMBER OF THESE WELLS THROUGHOUT THE 
STATE ALONG THE S. A. L. RY. 



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LOADING CABBAGE AT COLEMAN, FLA., ON THE S. A. L. RV. 

IN THIS SECTION OF WHICH COLEMAN IS HEADQUARTERS THERE ARE RAISED AND SHIPPED ANNUALLY ABOUT 100,000 

CRATES OF CABBAGES. 



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great cabbage industry of this part of the State. 
We have depicted herein a full-page cut consist- 
ing of two views — one showing a section of a 
magnificent cabbage field and the other of the 
Seaboard Air Line Railway cars being loaded 
with this vegetable. The shipment each year runs 
from 60,000 to 100,000 crates. All kinds of veg- 
etables grow well on this land, but it is especially 
adapted to cabbage, tomatoes and cereals. 
Oviedo. — Pop. 600. Winter Park. — Pop. 800. 
Orlando. — Pop. 7,500 ; the county seat. These 
three towns in Orange County cover a territory 
of 15 miles along that branch of the Seaboard Air 
Line Railway running from the first-named point 
to Wildwood, on the main line. This is a splen- 




AMONG THE LIVE OAKS OF FLORIDA. 

ONE OF THE MANY PICTURESQUE SCENES NEAR THE CITY OF ORLANDO 
ON THE S. A. L. RY. 

did fruit as well as vegetable-growing country. 
It is 182 miles south of Jacksonville and is 
fortunately situated in the center of one of the 
greatest vegetable-growing regions in the State, 
and still more famous for the quality as well as 
quantity of grapefruit, oranges and pineapples 
grown. Flowing wells, of which one is illus- 
trated, are numerous throughout the county. 
Other illustrations are also given in these pages 
showing the beauties of this section. Full-page 
illustrations are included for the purpose of 
showing the reader the luxurious growth to 
which the tomato and the pineapple attain in 
Orange county. Lumber is an important product 
of this section. There are splendid roads 
throughout this county, there being shown on 
these pages a view of Orange avenue and some of 
the road scenes in full-page cut, entitled "Flor- 
ida Good Roads." There are perhaps as many 
fine roads in Orange county as in any other 
county in the State of Florida. Fairville. — Pop. 
200. Lockhart. — Pop. 800. Apopka. — Pop. 700. 
Plymouth. — Pop. 50. Zellwood. — Pop. 800. 







SOME OF THE FIXE SCENERY IN AND AROUND 
- ORLANDO, FLA., S. A. L. RY. 

I. ORANGE AVENUE. 2. LAKE EOLA. 3. LAKE LUCERNE. 



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'HE CULTIVATION* OF THE TOMATO IS AN* IMPORTANT FACTOR IN* THE TRUCKING 
SITUATION IN FLORIDA ALONG THE S. A. L. RY. 

I. THE HARVEST. 2. SECTION OF IMMENSE FIELD NEAR ORLANDO. 



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ORAXGE AVENUE, ORLANDO, FLA 

THIS CITY POSSESSES 



S. A. L. RY. 



Leesburg is the center of a large cucumber and 
watermelon growing section. The harvest scene 
in the full-page cucumber cut in this book was 
taken at Leesburg. At Wildwood is located an 
immense mill, manufacturing all kinds of crates. 
Near here are also many orange groves, one of 
them said to be one of the largest in the world. 
Settlers desiring to locate on good fruit and veg- 
etable producing lands will do well to investigate 
the advantages possessed by this entire section. 
Oxford, Sumter County. — Pop. 6oo. Dallas. — 
Pop. 100. S. Lake Weir. — Pop. 200. Summer- 
field. — Pop. 600. Junction of the main line of 
the Seaboard Air Line with an eight-mile branch 
extending to S. Lake Weir. Bell View. — Pop. 
500. Santos. — Pop. 100. These five towns in 
Marion County. This section is a fine melon 
and tomato growing locality ; grapefruit and 
oranges also do splendidly here. Lands may be 
had here at reasonable figures. At Oxford is 
located a very large plant for the manufacture of 
fruit boxes, crates and baskets. Ocala. — Pop. 
8,000. Anthony. — Pop. 600. Sparr. — Pop. 600. 
Citra. — Pop. 500. These four towns in Marion 



EAUTIFUL STREETS AND GORGEOUS SCENERY IN 
EYERY DIRECTION. 



These five towns in Orange County cover a ter- 
ritory of 16 miles. This is a splendid fruit and 
vegetable growing section. At Apopka is located 
one of the largest plants for the manufacture of 
fruit and vegetable crates in this section. Tavares 
is a very attractive town. Large quantities of 
oranges are shipped from this section. Eldorado. 
— Pop. 50. Leesburg". — Pup. 2000. Whitney. 
— Pop. 300. Three in Lake County. Wild- 
wood, Sumter County'. — Pop. 500. These towns 
complete this branch line. The last-named point 
is 15 miles north of Bushnell and 127 miles south 
of Jacksonville. It is the junction of that por- 
tion of the Seaboard Air Line Railway running 
between Lake Charm and Wildwood, connecting 
with the main line at the latter point. Leesburg 
has financial and other progressive institutions. 
The cut printed herein shows the Seaboard Air 
Line Railway's facilities at this point, such as 
freight and passenger depot, and packing-house. 




POST OFFICE, OCALA, FLA., S. A. L. RY. 

THIS STRUCTURE IS ONE OF THE CITY'S MANY 
SPLENDID ADORNMENTS. 




PASSENGER, FREIGHT AND PACKING-HOUSE FACILITIES, LEESBURG, FLA., S. A. L. RY. 

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AGRICULTURAL SCENES SHOWING LUXURIANT GROWTH IN FLORIDA ALONG THE S. A. L RY 

I. VELVET BEANS RAISED NEAR HAWTHORNE FOR FEEDING LIVE STOCK AND FOR FERTILIZATION PURPOSES. 
2. FIELD OF ENGLISH PEAS, ONE OF THE DIVERSIFIED CROPS COMING INTO FAVOR WITH THE FARMERS. 



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County cover a very fertile territory of 20 miles 
along- the line of the Seaboard Air Line Rail- 
way, the last-named point being 93 miles south of 
Jacksonville. Ocala is the county seat. It has 
several banks, newspapers, foundries and machine 
shops, lumber and planing mills, naval stores, etc. 
At Anthony is located a large factory for manu- 
facturing boxes, barrels and crates to accommo- 
date the shipments of fruits and vegetables. 
This entire section is a splendid fruit and veg- 
etable growing country. Corn, oats, hay, alfalfa, 
potatoes, velvet beans, peanuts, cotton, cane, rice, 
also citrus fruits, strawberries, melons, figs, 
peaches, plums and grapes all grow here in pro- 
fusion. Watermelons grow to a large size and 
abundantly. This section is also a great pro- 
ducer of hogs and cattle, fine dairy products, as 
well as vegetables of all kinds. Island Grove. — 
Pop. 400. Lochloosa. — Pop. 200. Hawthorne. 
— Pop. 600. Campville. — Pop. 200. Orange 
Heights. — Pop. 500. These five towns in 
Alachua County comprise a territory of 19 
miles. This is a good fruit-producing region, 
also a splendid vegetable section, lettuce and 
beans being raised more than any other variety. 
At Island Grove there are five fruit and vegetable 
packing-houses. Hawthorne, which is 71 miles 
south of Jacksonville, has a well-officered bank, 
a live newspaper, ice and cold-storage plant, also 
has splendid high school. There is good fishing 
and hunting here. The illustration on one of 
these pages of velvet beans and English peas is 
made from scenes near Hawthorne. At Camp- 
ville is located the largest brick plant in the State. 
Fine farm lands at reasonable prices offer splen- 
did inducements here for settlers. Inverness, 
Citrus County. — Pop. 2,000. This is the ter- 
minus of that portion of the Seaboard Air Line 
Railway which runs in a southwesterly direction 
to Cedar Key, but which branches off at Archer 
and runs down the State through the great phos- 
phate beds of Florida, not so far from the Gulf 
of Mexico. This section is known as the Dun- 
nellon-Inverness phosphate district. At this 
point and at Holder, nearby, are located 
phosphate mines, shipping this product via the 
Seaboard Air Line Railway. The exportation of 
this product is conducted through this railway's 
terminals at Fernandina, at which point the com- 
pany has an immense elevator for the purpose of 
transferring the phosphate from the cars to the 
steamers bound for foreign ports. The mining 
and shipping of phosphate assumes enormous 
proportions throughout all this section of Florida. 
The product shipped from here is the hard rock 
phosphate, the beds being numerous in all parts 
of this section of the country. This town has 
banking facilities, newspapers, numerous com- 
mercial establishments and lumber plants. The 
present annual output of oranges and grapefruit 



is about 20,000 boxes. Dunnellon. — Pop. 2,500. 
Standard. — Pop. 100. These two in Marion 
County. Morriston. — Pop. 300. Montbrook. — 
Pop. 400. Williston. — Pop. 500. The latter 




SCENERY ALONG AND NEAR S. A. L. RY. IN FLORIDA. 

I. WAKTWA SPRING NEAR APOPKA. 2. OCLIWAHA RIVER NEAR OCALA. 
3- SILVER SPRINGS, WHICH IS SO CLEAR THAT A COIN MAY BE SEEN 
AT THE BOTTOM WITH THE NAKED EYE 65 FEET BELOW THE SURFACE. 
THE FLOW IS 3,863,000 GALLONS PER MINUTE. 



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THE CULTIVATION OF CUCUMBERS REQUIRES A SMALL AMOUNT OF LABOR AXD LITTLE 

EXPENSE; THEY FIND A READY MARKET AND GOOD PROFITS ARE REALIZED 

FROM THIS INDUSTRY IN FLORIDA ON THE S. A. L. RY. 



I. A FIELD OF CUCUMBERS. 



2. THE HARVEST. 



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three in Levy. County. These five points com- 
prise a territory of 29 miles, the first named, 
Dunnellon, being 18 miles north of Inverness. 
This town has a bank, ice factory, newspaper, also 
naval stores nearby. The chief industry in this 
section is the mining and shipping of phosphate. 




SPOXGE INDUSTRY. CEDAR KEY, FLA.. S. A. L. RY. 

I. SPONGE FLEET. 2. SPONGES READY FOR AUCTION. 

At Williston is located the greatest cucumber in- 
dustry in the State of Florida and the production 
of cabbage is also enormous. This product is 
shipped from here over the Seaboard Air Line 
Railway by the trainload to the great northern 
and western markets. One of these trains is 
featured by a cut made from a photograph and 
inserted herein for the purpose of giving pros- 
pective settlers an idea of the magnitude of this 
industry. Cedar Key. — Pop. 1,000. Elzey. — 
Pop. 100. Otter Creek. — Pop. 600. Bronson. — 
Pop. 500. Meredith. — Pop. 400. These five 




CUCUMBER INDUSTRY AT WILLISTON", FLA., S. A 



towns in Levy County comprise a territory of 
36 miles. The first-named point, Cedar Key, is 
the terminus of that portion of the Seaboard Air 
Line Railway which runs from Waldo, on the 
main line, a distance of 71 miles. The principal 
source of revenue here is that derived from the 
shipment of fish. A great number of the inhab- 
itants here are engaged in catching fish, and the 
marketing of this product brings into this section 
a large amount of money, considering the capital 
and labor involved. Sponge diving is the avoca- 




SOLID TRAINLOAD OF CUCUMBERS LEAVING WILLISTON. FLA., 

EASTERN MARKETS. 



VIA THE S. 



RY'., DESTINED TO 



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UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT BUILDING, GAINES- 
VILLE, FLA.. S. A. L. RY. 



tion of a number of the inhabitants, those engaged 
in tin's industry being mostly Greeks. Pencil 
material is manufactured from cedar and shipped 
to eastern and foreign markets. Bronson and 
Meredith are fine agricultural sections. Farms 
capable of producing peanuts, cotton, fruits and 
vegetables may be purchased here at $10 to $20 
per acre. Archer, Alachua County. — Pop. 500. 
At this point those portions of the Seaboard 
Air Line Railway running from Cedar Key and 
Inverness in a northerly direction come together, 
and this Company's northbound traffic from the 
territory embraced between the points named is 
carried from Archer via Waldo, where it joins 
the main line. Archer is 85 miles southwest of 
Jacksonville. This town has foundries, machine 
shops, crate factory, naval stores and other com- 
mercial establishments. The lands possess a su- 
perior soil adapted to the raising of cucumbers, 
as well as other garden and farm products. We 
are advised that several additional enterprises will 
pay here, such as a bank and hotel. Arredondo. 
Alachua County. — Pop. 100. Six miles from 
Gainesville, the county seat; lands productive. 
Gainesville, Alachua County. — Pop. 10,000. 
Located on that portion of the Seaboard Air Line 
Railwav which runs between Cedar Key and 
Waldo, the latter being the junction point of the 
Seaboard's main line. It is 38 miles from Waldo 
and 57 miles southwest of Jacksonville. Gaines- 
ville is indeed a very important city, having a 
number of banks, fertilizer factories, saw and 
planing mills, box and crate factories, newspa- 
pers, two good hotels, several wholesale as well 
as numerous mercantile establishments, ice plant, 
splendid university and other educational institu- 
tions and the headquarters of several phosphate 
operators. It is surrounded with magnificent 
farming lands, which are adapted to the success- 
ful growing of pecans, cotton, sugar cane, corn, 
fruits and vegetables. These lands consist of a 
very superior soil and most any kind of farming 



product is easily and successfully cultivated here. 
The views of the United States government 
building and the new courthouse shown on 
this page are commodious structures. It is a 
good town in which not only to live but to estab- 
lish most any kind of business, as the people are 
prosperous, and plenty of money seems to be in 
circulation on account of general good business 
and the mining interests located nearby. Waldo, 
Alachua County. — Pop. 800. Junction of the 
main line of the Seaboard Air Line Railway with 
those portions of the line extending from this 
point to the two termini, Cedar Key and Inver- 
ness. An enormous amount of traffic passes 
through this point over the Seaboard Air Line 
Railway, and the town of Waldo is a very busy 
center. It has a new bank, a good hotel, and lum- 
ber abounds here. A wood-working establish- 
ment to supply the building trades demand, as 
well as a factory for manufacturing hampers and 
crates to accommodate the shipments of fruits 
ami vegetables at this point, would unquestion- 
ably pay. In view of recent developments in the 
way of drainage the lands in this vicinity are 
being made available and offer a golden oppor- 
tunity for investment. Strawberries are raised 
with much profit in this section. Hampton, 
Bradford County. — Pop. 500. On the main 
line, five miles south of Starke, the county seat. 
The soil is conducive to the raising of vegetables 
and fruits, the cultivation of strawberries pre- 
dominating. Wannee, Alachua County. — Pop. 
100. At the terminus of that portion of the Sea- 
board Air Line Railway extending from Starke. 




ALACHUA CO. COURTHOUSE. GAINESVILLE. FLA.. S.A.L.RY. 

THIS CITY HAS NUMEROUS OTHER COMMODIOUS AND MAGNIFICENTLY 
CONSTRUCTED BUILDINGS. 



72 




PECAN TREES PRODUCE ABUNDANTLY ALL OVER 
FLORIDA. 



I. A GROVE. 



THE RESULTS AT STARKE ON THE S. A. L. RY. 
ARE FEATURED ABOVE. 



at which point this branch connects with the 
main line, and is 57 miles distant from Starke. 
Buda, Alachua County. — Poo. 200. There is 
a stem of the Seaboard Air Line Railway run- 
ning from this point a few miles south. Two 
phosphate mines are located here. Alachua, 
Alachua County. — Pop. 1,000. Located on 
that portion of the Seaboard Air Line Railway 
■extending from Starke, 27 miles distant, and 71 
miles from Jacksonville. This town has banking 
facilities and several enterprises, as well as being 
surrounded by lands possessing an exceedingly 
fertile soil. Here are raised all kinds of garden and 
farm products, the largest crop being that of sea 
island cotton. There are opportunities in this 
town for the profitable location of wood-working 
plants, canning factories, fertilizer factory and a 
plant for making syrup from sugar cane, which 
latter-named product grows here to perfection. 
Lacrosse, Alachua County. — Pop. 300. Is on 
the Seaboard Air Line Railway branch extending 
from Starke 19 miles distant. Brooker, Brad- 
ford County. — Pop. 600. Is on the Seaboard 
Air Line Railway branch extending 15 miles 
from Starke, the county seat. The soil in this 
section from Alachua to Starke is very fertile. 
Starke, Bradford County. — Pop. 1,200. The 
-county seat ; is on the main line of the Seaboard 
Air Line Railway, 45 miles south of Jackson- 
ville. From this point the Seaboard Air Line 
Railway has branches extending to Wannee, Ce- 
dar Key and Inverness, while its main line ex- 
tends on to Tampa and the Manatee section of 
Florida. Starke has a world-wide reputation as 
a strawberry-producing center. The climate is 



favorable, the soil in this vicinity being especially 
adapted for the production of this fruit, giving 
it a very fine flavor. The yield per acre is large 
and exceedingly profitable. Photographs of the 
strawberry industry have been taken for this pub- 
lication and a composite cut made of same. The 
three views show this industry for the benefit of 
prospective settlers who are looking for a good 
section in which to cultivate this luscious fruit. 
The illustration depicted is a living example of 
what is being done here. Lands adapted for the 
raising of strawberries extend for many miles in 
every direction and may be purchased at a fair 
valuation at the present time. Starke is a 
prosperous as well as a very busy town through- 
out the year, especially during th'e strawberry 
shipping season. It is quite an attractive 
sight to observe the loading of strawberries 
into cars at Starke, and from this point the Sea- 
board Air Line Railway carries them by the car- 
load to the various large consuming centers of 
the country. It is estimated that a half million 
dollars from strawberries alone come into this 
portion of Florida, of which Starke is the nucleus. 
The territory in which the strawberries are raised 
and shipped so extensively is known as the 
"Starke-Lawtey section" and embraces thousands 
of acres. All kinds of truck do well. Sea island 
cotton is largely grown and pecan growing is a 
new and profitable industry. Considerable inter- 
est is now being manifested in this production, in 
view of past successes. Prospective settlers will 



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SEA ISLAND COTTON COMING INTO BLOOM. 2. VELVET BEANS. 



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STRAWBERRY SCENES AT STARKE IN THE "STARKE-LAWTEY SECTION" OF FLORIDA 

ON THE S. A. L. RY. 

I. CULTIVATION. 2. A PERFECT PLANT. 3. PACKED PREPARATORY TO SHIPMENT. 



74 




MAXVILLE. FLA., S. A. L. RY. 

SEEDLING PECAN TREE, I2^i FEET IN CIRCUMFERENCE. PECANS ARE 
CULTIVATED WITH MUCH PROFIT THROUGHOUT THE STATE. 



hardly be able to find a better location. Lawtey, 
Bradford County. — Pop. 700. Six miles north 
of Starke and 38 miles south of Jacksonville. 
What has been said pertaining to Starke in re- 
gard to the fertility of its soil and its adaptability 
for the production of strawberries, pecans, etc., 
is applicable to the town of Lawtey. The Board 
of Trade advises that there is an opportunity in 
their town for investment in the way of manu- 
facturing boxes to be used in the shipment of 
fruits and vegetables. Highland, Clay County. 
— Pop. 150. Twelve miles north of Starke. 
Maxville, Duval County. — Pop. 300. Is 18 
miles north of Starke and 26 miles south of Jack- 
sonville. Development of this town is now being 
carried on by owners of large tracts of lands in 
this section, the result being that settlers are 
gradually corning in and making great headway 
in the cultivation of strawberries and other fruits, 
as well as other general farm products. Splen- 
did opportunities are offered those desiring to 
follow either trucking, general farming or fruit 
growing in the vicinity of Maxville, Fiftone. 
Baldwin and other points in all the territory be- 
tween Starke and Jacksonville. 

River Junction, Gadsden County. — Popula- 
tion 500. On the Apalachicola river, 208 miles 
west of Jacksonville and 19 miles from Quincy, 
the county seat. River Junction is the western 
terminus of the Seaboard Air Line Railway in 
Florida. Mount Pleasant, Gadsden County. — 
Pop. 300. Ten miles east of River Junction and 9 
miles west of Quincy, the county seat. Gretna, 
Gadsden County. — Pop. 300. Fourteen miles 
east of River Junction and 5 miles west of 



Quincy. The lands in this section between River 
Junction and Quincy are adapted to tobacco and 
general farm products. Quincy, Gadsden 
COUNTY. — Pop. 5,000. One hundred and eighty- 
nine miles east of Jacksonville. This is one of 
the important towns on the Seaboard Air Line 
Railway and is the greatest tobacco-growing sec- 
tion in Florida. It is the headquarters of the fine 
Sumatra tobacco, which is grown in the State. 
Views illustrating a long string of wagons en 
route to market and the assorting of tobacco leaf; 
also other views of the pulling of the young to- 
bacco plant, combined with a view of a section 
of 14 acres of fine Sumatra tobacco being culti- 
vated under cheese-cloth, are shown on the two 
following pages. These illustrations convey 
an excellent idea of what is being accom- 
plished around this vicinity in this industry. 
While the greater part of Sumatra tobacco is 
raised on lands surrounding Quincy and at the 
nearby points of Gretna, Midway, etc., there is 
more or less tobacco raised at various points 
along the Seaboard Air Line Railway between 
River Junction and Jacksonville. There are lo- 
cated at Quincy fourteen packing-houses to 
take care of the shade cigar wrapper tobacco 
raised throughout this region. The pecan busi- 
ness is an important one at Quincy and points 
east thereof. There is also available a limited un- 
cultivated acreage suitable to tobacco. Midway, 
Gadsden County. — Pop. 100. Twelve miles east 
of Quincy. A tobacco-raising point and consid- 
erable of this weed is shipped from here. 

Tallahassee, Leon County. — Population 6,000. 
This is the capital of the great State of Florida, 
as well as the seat of the county in which it is 
located. From this city the Seaboard Air Line 
Railway extends in several directions, the main 
line running to River Junction, with connections 
to the western and southwestern cities, as well 




QUINCY, FLA.. S. A. L. RY. 

THE NEW AND MAGNIFICENTLY CONSTRUCTED COURTHOUSE 
OF GADSDEN COUNTY. 



75 




SUMATRA TOBACCO INDUSTRY, QUINCY, FLA., S. A. L. RY. 

PULLING PLANTS IN TOBACCO PLANT BED AND SECTIONAL VIEW OF FOURTEEN ACRES OF THIS PRODUCT. TOBACCO 

GROWN UNDER CHEESE CLOTH. 



as to points on the Apalachicola and Chattahoo- 
chee rivers. One branch extends to St. Marks, 
on the Apalachicola Bay, while still another, 
branching out from St. .Marks junction, extends 
to Covington. The main line of the Seaboard 
Air Line Railway in this part of the State extends 
from here into the heart and southern portion of 
Florida as well as five other States. The location 
of Tallahassee is most ideal.being situated on very 
high, rolling ground. From these hills, which are 
covered with a luxuriant growth of shade trees 
and flowers in bewildering variety, a glimpse may 
be had of near and far off lands covered with a 
multitude of crops, swch as pecans, oats, tobacco, 
cotton, corn and vegetables of all varieties. Ac- 
companying are views of a grove producing" fine 
pecans and a field of oats, both being grown ex- 
tensively, especially in this section of Florida. In 
addition to the foregoing crops nearly all other 
garden and farming crops grow to perfection in 
the county of Leon. Cigar wrapper tobacco has 
been grown in this county for more than a gen- 
eration. The soil in this and certain sections of 
the adjoining counties is peculiarly adapted to 
tobacco cultivation. The attention of prospective 
settlers is invited to the fact that these lands are 
also exceedingly well adapted to the successful 
cultivation of corn, cotton, Irish potatoes and 
melons. St. Marks, Wakulla County. — Pop. 
200. Is 20 miles south of Tallahassee — good 
point for the location of wood-working plants 
and cannery. Woodville, Leon County. — Pop. 
300. Ten miles south of Tallahassee. This, as 



well as the territory included in the lino running 
from St. Marks Junction to Covington, is a tim- 
ber and agricultural section. Woodville has 




TOBACCO INDUSTRY. QUINCY. FLA.. S. A. L. RY. 

I. TOBACCO EN ROUTE FROM RURAL SECTIONS TO QUINCY. 
2. ASSORTING AND SELECTING WRAPPER TOBACCO. 









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OAT FIELD NEAR TALLAHASSEE. FLA., S. A. L. RY. 

THIS IS ONE OF THE THRIVING AGRICULTURAL INDUSTRIES BETWEEN RIVER JUNCTION AND JACKSONVILLE. 



77 



lumber plants, naval stores and cannery. Chaires, 
Leon County. — Pop. 200. Twelve miles east of 
Tallahassee. The same may be said regarding 
the land surrounding Chaires as has been said 
about those in the vicinity of Tallahassee. Capi- 
tola, Jefferson County. — Pop.. 150. Lloyd, 
Jefferson County. — Pop. 400. One hundred 




SAMPLE OF MELONS RAISED SOLELY FOR THE 
SEED, MONTICELLO, FLA., S. A. 



PURPOSE OF SHIPPING 
L. RY. 



and forty-seven miles west of Jacksonville. Su- 
perior lands and attractive point for settlers. 
Drifton, Jefferson County. — Pop. 100. One 
hundred and thirty-eight miles west of Jackson- 
ville. Resources, timber and agricultural lands. 
Monticello, Jefferson County. — Pop. 2,000. 
One hundred and forty-three miles west of Jack- 
sonville, at the terminus of a four-and-a-half- 



mile branch of the main line. This town is 
known all over the country as being the head- 
quarters of a great pecan-growing industry, as 
well as being famous for the quality and quantity 
of watermelon seed raised and shipped from here 
to all parts of America and to some foreign 
countries. [Melons are largely raised for the 
purpose of furnishing seed for planting purposes. 
There are located here many large nurseries, 
supplying stock for propagating various fruits, 
flowers and pecans, which plants are shipped all 
over the country, but especially throughout the 
South and Southwest, including Texas and Mex- 
ico. Pecans are grown and shipped extensively 
from here. Views illustrating the pecan industry 
are given for the benefit of our readers. Monti- 
cello is very prosperous. The town has two good 
banks, newspaper, ice plant, lumber plants, naval 
stores, leaf tobacco business, etc., in addition to 
the other large industries mentioned. The lands 
are very superior for growing pecans, tobacco, 
and in fact all farm products. The prospective 
investor should investigate the advantages pos- 
sessed by Monticello. Aucilla, Jefferson 
County. — Pop. 600. One hundred and thirty- 
one miles west of Jacksonville. Lumber and 
naval stores point. The new cut-over lands are 
fine for farming. Greenville, Madison County. 
— Pop. 800. One hundred and twenty-three miles 
west of Jacksonville and four miles from Madi- 
son, the county seat. This is a good trading center. 
Madison, Madison County. — Pop. 1,600. One 




PECAN GROVE, NEAR TALLAHASSEE, FLA., S. A. L. RY. 

AT THIS POINT AND MONTICELLO, WHICH IS THE CENTER OF AN ENORMOUS PECAN CULTIVATION, THIS INDUSTRY IS THE SOURCE 

OF A LARGE REVENUE. 



78 




SCENES IN AND NEAR LIVE OAK, FLA., S. A. L. RY. 

I. S. A. L. RY. FREIGHT AND PASSENGER DEPOTS. 2. PICTURE OF OAT FIELD ON WHICH WAS REALIZED FIFTY DOLLARS 
TO THE ACRE. 5. OATS SOWN DECEMBER 24TH, HARVESTED APRIL 24TH. 3, 4 AND 6. ADDITIONAL 

EVIDENCE OF PROSPERITY. 



79 




TWO INDUSTRIES SHOWING THE VALUE OF FLORIDA LANDS ALONG THE S. A. L. RY. 

I. GROWING ORANGE TREES FOR REPLANTING. 2. GROWING SUGAR CANE FOR LARGE PROFITS. 



80 




TYPICAL SCENE IN THE LIVE OAK-LAKE CITY DISTRICT, FLORIDA, S. A. L. RY. 

WHERE THE WATERMELON IS THE KING OF FRUlTb 



hundred and ten miles west of Jacksonville, on 
the main line of the Seaboard Air Line Railway, 
between River Junction and Jacksonville. This 
is one of the finest agricultural regions in all the 
territory between the points named above. In 
the main the soil of Madison county is a sandy 
loam with a clay sub-soil, the various varieties of 
these soils furnish excellent facilities for the 
principal classes of grain and forage crops, as 
well as the numerous varieties of vegetables and 
melons. Another great resource is that of yellow 
pine and cypress timber, consisting of thousands 
of acres. Additional wood-working establish- 
ments should pay at Madison. This vicinity is 
well worth the attention of the prospective settler, 
as this town has all modern conveniences, is a 
good trading point, and its natural resources 
should prove of interest to the farmer and manu- 
facturer alike. Lee, Madison County. — Seven 
miles east of Madison. Its resources are timber 
and agricultural products. It is worthy the at- 
tention of newcomers. Ellaville, Madison 
County. — Pop. ioo. Junction Ellaville, 15 miles 
east of Madison. Is especially adapted to the 
cultivation of farm products and vegetables. Fal- 
mouth, Suwannee County. — Pop. 200. Farm- 
ing principally. Live Oak, Suwannee County. 
— Pop. 6,000. On Seaboard Air Line Railway, 
82 miles west of Jacksonville. This is a live 
town. It is a wonderful agricultural center, as 
well as being a manufacturing point. This town 
has several financial institutions, wholesale gro- 



cers, wholesale dry-goods establishments, lumber 
and planing mills, ice and cold-storage plant, grist 
mill, foundry, machine shop, brick works, can- 
nery, leaf tobacco industry, cooperage works, 
etc. Fine watermelons are raised in this section, 
especially the territory from Live Oak to Lake 
City. In every direction are found large 
tracts of timber. Suwannee county is an enor- 
mous producer of various farm products, such 
as corn, potatoes, hay and oats. The cut on 
page 79 showing agricultural views, common to 
that portion of the Company's line running be- 
tween Jacksonville and River Junction, will give 
prospective settlers an idea of the fertility and 
adaptability of the soil in this part of the country. 
Houston, Suwannee County. — Pop. 100. Six 
miles east of Live Oak. The resources are those 
of timber and agriculture, watermelons being 
largely produced. Welborn, Suwannee County. 
Pop. 300. Eleven miles east of Live Oak. Wa- 
termelons grow to perfection in every direction. 
Lake City, Columbia County. — Pop. 5,500. On 
the Seaboard Air Line Railway, 59 miles west of 
Jacksonville. It has several banking institutions, 
institutions of learning, ice-making and cold- 
storage plant, foundry and machine shop, two 
newspapers and all the conveniences possessed 
by cities of similar size. The resources are of an 
agricultural nature. Farming products and veg- 
etables of all kinds grow here in great profusion 
and to much profit to the owners. In the vicinity 
of Lake City and west thereof are to be found 



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COLUMBIA COUNTY COURTHOUSE, LAKE CITY, FLA., 
S. A. L. RY. 

wonderful lands, especially adapted to the raising 
of watermelons, this fruit attaining the highest 
perfection in these parts. The views heretofore 
referred to give a perspective of what is being 
accomplished. The especial attention of prospec- 
tive settlers is called to the superior advantages 
to be derived from the tilling of the fertile soil 
in this region. As a striking example of what is 
accomplished here it might seem appropriate to 
state that on a 15-acre farm 930 barrels of Irish 
potatoes were recently raised and shipped. This 
is an average of 62 barrels per acre, and this crop 
sold for $3.20 per barrel. The cost of seed, fer- 
tilizer and other expenditures in operation of the 



entire farm was a little over $900, thus netting 
the farmer about $2,000. The growing of pecans 
is an important industry in this county. Lake 
City is a desirable place in which to live and 
make money, either in manufacturing or farming. 
Watertown, Columbia County. — Pop. 600. 
Olustee, Baker County. — Pop. 300. Sander- 
son, Baker County. — Pop. 150. Glen St. Mary, 
Baker County. — Pop. 200. Some illustrations 
of the nursery industry carried on between Glen 
St. Mary and McClenny are inserted on these 
pages, which may be of interest to our readers, 
especially those desiring to obtain plants of a finer 
quality than are produced at any other point in 
the South. McClenny, Baker County. — Pop. 
400. The territory from Watertown to Baldwin 
covers 18 miles of fertile lands, with considerable 
timber, and should appeal to manufacturers and 
farmers. Baldwin, Duval County. — Pop. 500. 
Nineteen miles west of Jacksonville. This is an. 
important junction point. That portion of the main 
line of the Seaboard Air Line Railway running 
from the more southerly Florida points eastward, 
crosses here that portion of the Company's line 
which runs between River Junction and Jackson- 
ville. A superior point for the location of whole- 
sale establishments and manufacturing plants. 
Cradford. — Pop. 200. Callahan. — Pop. 1,000. 
Both of these towns are in Nassau county, an 
agricultural region. White House, Duval 
County. — Pop. 200. Eleven miles west of Jack- 
sonville. This is principally a trucking section. 
Marietta, Duval County. — Pop. 200. Seven 
miles west of Jacksonville. The good trucking 
lands here are cultivated very extensively and are 
exceptionally fertile. 




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Packing-house, Florida, 

S. A. L. Ry. 



THE NURSERY INDUSTRY IN THE JACKSONVILLE -TALLAHASSEE DISTRICT 

AT MONTICELLO, GLEN ST. MARY AND OTHER POINTS ALONG THE S. A. L. RY. IS CONDUCTED ON A LARGE SCALE WITH RESULTANT 

PROKITS TO THE NURSERYMEN. 



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Jacksonville, Duval County. — Population 
85,000. The metropolis of the State. Air. J. I'. 
Clarkson, a well-known authority, contributes the 
following: "Jacksonville is the pre-eminent city 
of Florida. It has one-tenth of the State's pop- 
ulation. It is situated on the hanks of the ma- 
jestic St. John's river, which flows north, like the 
River Nile and the River Amazon. It is the 
seat of Duval county. On a direct line Jackson- 
ville is only 17 miles from the Atlantic ocean. 
The city has a water front of 7 miles and a 
24-foot channel to the sea, and appropriations 
have been made for a 30-foot channel, on which 
work is now progressing. Coastwise and foreign 
steamship lines connect this port with numerous 
important ports along the Atlantic coast and also 
ports in Europe and other foreign countries. 
Jacksonville is, moreover, the natural gateway to 
all of Florida, the West Indies and the logical 
distributing point for a radius of territory con- 
taining over two millions of inhabitants. The 
citizenship of Jacksonville is cosmopolitan, being 
made up mostly of people of energy, thrift and 
enterprise, who have migrated to this city from 
every State in the Union and many foreign coun- 
tries, and they have availed themselves of the op- 
portunities that awaited them and that to-day 
await the newcomer. While its citizenship is di- 
versified, it is of a high class, comprising chiefly 
the alert, industrious and up to date. An unde- 
sirable foreign element is unknown. To the pros- 
pective investor it is a city of opportunities to be 
grasped, a city with fulfillment of promises and 
with as many advantages awaiting the new ar- 
rival of to-day as awaited those who came ten 
years ago and have since made fortunes. Jack- 
sonville has five great railroad systems reaching 
from the North, the South, the West, the North- 
west, controlling 16,000 miles of tracks, bringing 
and forwarding millions of tons of freight each 
year. The city has a sky line of tall buildings. It 
is a city of prosperous and happy people ; a city 
pulsing and throbbing with the activities of 
finance, building, manufactures and commerce, 
with broad, well-paved streets, brilliantly lighted ; 
with great department stores and beautiful and 
costly residences, splendid churches, schools, hos- 
pitals, fireproof hotels, powerful and prosperous 
banking institutions, a community provided with 
every necessity, convenience and luxury of mod- 
ern life and every advantage of education and 
culture and social uplift. While the national gov- 
ernment has been expending a total of $7,000,000 
on the improvement of the St. John's river chan- 
nel from Jacksonville to the sea, the commerce 
of the port has been expanding at a phenomenal 
rate, and though stupendous additions and exten- 
sions have been made to the dock, terminal and 
warehouse facilities, they are still inadequate to 
keep pace with the growth of Jacksonville, and 
the city has undertaken the construction of mu- 
nicipally owned docks and terminals at a cost of 
$1,500,000, to accommodate all vessels on equal 
terms. An illustration of the determination and 



enthusiasm with which a progressive community 
has undertaken this big enterprise is found in the 
practically unanimous vote by which the bonds 
were authorized, and the contribution by the 




SOME OF THE MAIN THOROUGHFARES, JACKSONVILLE, 

FLA., S. A. L. RY. 

1 and 2. views of forsythe street. 3. bay street. 



85 





SCENES IN JACKSONVILLE, FLA., S. A. L. RY, 



I. DUVALL COUNTY COURT HOUSE. 2. CITY HALL. 

86 



Jacksonville Board of Trade of several thousand 
dollars to pay the expenses of a special session 
of the State Legislature at which the bill was 
passed empowering the city to own and operate 
docks and terminals. These municipally owned 
docks and terminals will give a great impetus to 
coastwise and foreign commerce and Jacksonville 
will soon be placed in a position of still greater 
importance among the seaports of the world. 
The corporate limits of Jacksonville include an 
area of almost ten square miles of land. The city 
is only thirty minutes' ride from one of the finest 
beaches on the Atlantic coast. Tempered by 
ocean and gulf breezes, its mean tempera- 
ture is 70 degrees, rarely reaching higher than 
96 degrees. The average for spring is 71 degrees 
and for summer 80 degrees, for autumn 71 de- 
grees and for winter 60 degrees. The average 
rainfall is 52 inches, mostly in the summer. In 
placing the population of Jacksonville at the 
above figures count is taken of the large and 
flourishing suburban district outside trfe corporate 
limits, which have not been extended for 24 
years. In the assessed valuation of real and per- 
sonal property the city of Jacksonville has shown 
a wonderful increase. This increase amounts to 
upward of 150 per cent, over 1900, and to-day is 
70 per cent, greater than in 1910. In banking- 
circles the city's expansion is truly startling. The 
gain in banking business has been not only very 
large, but so regular and steady as to convince 
the most skeptical of the soundness which under- 
lies the whole financial, commercial and industrial 
fabric, and may be accepted as a correct gauge 
of the measure of progress which is being made. 
Jacksonville now has sixteen banking institutions 





ELKS CLUB. JACKSONVILLE. FLA., S. A. L. RV. 

THIS IS ONE OF THE MOST ATTRACTIVE CORNERS OF THE CITVS MANY 
BEAUTIFUL AND WELL-PAVED STREETS. 



SEMINOLE CLUB, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.. S. A. L. RY. 

FAMOUS FOR IT.^ HOSPITAIITY AS WELL AS THE HIGH STANDING 
Oi? ITS NUMEROUS MEMBERS. 

of different classes, many of them owning and 
occupying new and costly fireproof structures of 
the most modern type, and contributing very 
largely to the Wall Street aspect of the financial 
district. These banks have a combined capital and 
surplus exceeding $6,500,000 and hold average 
deposits of more than $22,000,000. Sound and 
conservative, yet liberal and loyal to the city and 
its business interests, theirs is a record of which 
to be proud, indeed. A conservative estimate for 
the number of buildings erected will bring the 
annual average for the past thirteen years up to 
more than 1. 100 buildings, and still more con- 
servative calculations would indicate an annual 
average value of practically $3,000,000. The port 
records show a tremendous increase in business. 
The exports are now running nearly double the 
imports. Among the chief articles of export are 
phosphate, lumber, naval stores, cotton, grain, 
provisions, cottonseed oil, fertilizers, fruits, live- 
stock, cigars and tobacco. Some time ago large 
tanks for storage of fuel oil for steamers and 
creosote oil were completed and the Seaboard Air 
Line Railway's new terminals were placed in op- 
eration, Jacksonville has the largest shipyard and 
floating dry dock on the Atlantic coast south of 
Newport News. The dock handles vessels of 
4.500 tons. Both shipyard and dry-dock are 
continuously congested with the building of new 
boats and repairs. Industrially Jacksonville has 
made rapid and permanent advancement during 
the past decade. Indeed, this city as well as the 
entire State of Florida has been undergoing reg- 
ular and substantial growth in manufactures for 
many years, but it is only recently that this phase 
of progress has been given due attention. By 
careful calculation and most conservative esti- 
mates it is found that Jacksonville has now 175 
or more factories and industrial establishments, 
employing about 4.500 wage earners, not includ- 




FERNANDINA, FLA. 

I. VIEW OF S. A. I.. KY. PHOSPHATE ELEVATOR. 2. SECTIONAL VIEW OF S. A. L. RY. LIMBER WHARVES. 

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ing proprietors, clerks and salesmen, and turning 

out annually a product valued at about $15.- 
000,000. Figures indicate that the city of Jack- 
sonville and the State of Florida are undergoing 
a more rapid industrial growth than the country 
at large. Electricity for power is furnished by 
the municipally owned plant much cheaper than 
in any city in the United States. There exists 
here every condition of climate, geographical lo- 
cation and cheap transportation to stimulate prog- 
ress in almost every line of manufacture." Great 
pains have been taken to publish good illustra- 
tions of Jacksonville from its various aspects, not 
only for the benefit of our readers, but in order 
to do justice to this great city, at least as far as 
we are able to do within this limited space. One 
cut shows street scenes, another shows two of 
the city's popular clubs, another government and 
municipal buildings, and still another is a com- 
posite cut in which are included bird's-eye views 
of the "Heart of Jacksonville" and the terminals 
of the Seaboard Air Line Railway, all of which 
are fine views. One of the terminals photo- 
graphed is that of the river front, showing the 
Seaboard Air Line Railway warehouses, while 
the other shows this company's Hogan street 
terminals. If the reader, after a careful perusal 
of this article, will but glance at the magnificent 
illustrations preceding and those following, de- 
picting the present marvelous agricultural devel- 
opment in every direction from Jacksonville, the 
surrounding lumber and naval stores industries 
(see illustrations on page 52 of boxed timber, 
turpentine still and barrels of rosin), togetherwith 
the numerous other industrial scenes, he cannot 
help but comprehend this city's wonderful growth. 
While the aforementioned natural resources con- 
tribute in a large measure to the prosperity of 
Jacksonville, it should not be overlooked that the 
city's development and wealth is due perhaps in 
equal proportion to the systematic efforts and 
advertising at the hands of its energetic real 
estate men individually and to its live Board of 
Trade, among whom are numbered many of the 
city's most progressive and influential citizens. 





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FERXAXDIXA. FLA.. S. A. L. RY. 

SOME OF THE FIXE FISH CAUGHT IN THE AMELIA RIVER. 



OXE OF FERNANDIXA'S MANY ADORNMENTS. 

IS COMMODIOUS STRUCTURE, WHICH IS THE NASSAU COUNTY COURT 
HOUSE, UNITED STATES CUSTOM HOUSE AND POST OFFICE, IS ONE OF 
nil. MANY ATTRACTIONS AT FERNANDINA, FLA., ON THE S. A. L. RV. 



Fernandina, Nassau County. — Population 
5,000. Fernandina is an important deep-water 
port; large vessels arrive at and depart from this 
port, transporting the precious wealth of the in- 
terior of this and adjoining States to various 
parts of the world. Magnificent terminals are 
owned and operated here by the Seaboard Air 
Line Railway, this Company possessing immense 
lumber and naval stores, docks, a large phosphate 
elevator, and other superior facilities for handling 
the traffic exchanged between the railway, coast- 
wise and foreign vessels. The reader's attention 
is especially called to the photographs of these 
fine terminals. The Seaboard Air Line Railway 
is the only railway entering the city of Fernan- 
dina. It has expended large sums of money in 
order to improve the natural advantages which it 
enjoys in common with the inhabitants of this 
place. The amount of products which passes 
through this port is enormous. Great quantities 
of naval stores, as well as millions and millions 
of feet of rough and dressed lumber are brought 
from the interior of Florida into this town and 
turned over to the steamers by the Seaboard Air 
Line Railway annually. Also millions of tons of 
phosphate are transported by this railway from 
the Dunnellon-Inverness and other districts in 
Florida and exported through Fernandina. We 
refer to hard-rock phosphate, as the soft-rock 
phosphate is shipped via the Seaboard Air Line 
Railway from points on the branch extending out 
from Plant City and is transported to Tampa for 
coastwise shipment. No road has the same ad- 
vantages and facilities for handling all classes 
of phosphate out of Florida as has the Seaboard 
Air Line Railway. Fernandina has financial in- 
stitutions, a fine new hotel capable of taking care 
of the commercial trade as well as the tourist 
traffic, which is increasing year by year, since in- 
formation has been promulgated regarding the 
city's advantages — climate, comfort, health and 
pleasure. The fishing industry has added 
thousands of dollars to Fernandina's wealth, it 
being one of the largest of its character in south- 
ern waters. Heretofore bluefish have been 



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S. A. L. RY. WHARVES, FERNANDINA, FLA. 

I. LOADING CROSS TIES. 2. LOADING NAVAL STORES. 



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caught very extensively during the summer 
months off the Jersey and New England coasts, 
and no one seemed to know precisely where 
they migrated during the winter, but during 
the month of February of 1912 lines from a fish- 
ing smack were accidently thrown out while about 
seven miles off the Fernandina coast. A heavy 
catch was made. Several other smacks hastened 
South, and during the past winter twenty-one of 



the wholesale fish linns in Fulton Market, New 
York, made extensive preparations on the Sea- 
board Air Line Railway terminals at this point. 
There are some 35 large smacks now fishing in 
these waters. The shipments during November 
and December were 1,000,000 pounds per month, 
the products being shipped under refrigeration 
in solid carloads daily to the northern markets 
via Seaboard Air Line Railway. 




THREE-YEAR-OLD PINEAPPLE ORANGE GROVE. FLORIDA. S. A. L. RY. 

THE NUMEROUS FINE GROVES ARE DEL1GHTFUI SIGHTS TO THE GREAT HORDE OF VISITORS TO FLORIDA 

FLORIDA 

By W. A. McRAE, Commissioner of Agriculture 



The population of Florida at the last census as 
taken by the United States was 752,619, showing 
an increase over that of 1900 of about 42 per 
cent. Its area in square miles, land surface, is 
54,861. Area in water, 3,805 square miles. Total, 
58,666. The topography of Florida is different 
in almost every respect from other southern 
States. It is made up of several geological for- 
mations, and the soils differ quite as much in their 
variety, origin and capacity for productiveness. 
The climate is that of the tropics in the far 
south with variations to the temperature in the 
far north and west. About all of the products of 
the temperate zone, as well as those of the tropics, 
are grown in some portion of the State, the soils 
of the several sections herein indicated being 
adapted to the production of crops usually grown 
in such localities. The soils on which these 
products are grown vary from high pine sandy 
loam lands to the heaviest clay in the northern 
and western sections, and high and low hammock, 
also high pine and swamp lands in the central 
and southern sections of the State. The various 
kinds of these soils produce in their respective 
localities the products usually grown in such cli- 
mates. In the north and west the standard field 
crops are mostly produced the same as in the 
Middle States. In the central portion vegetables 
and fruits, including citrus fruits, are also grown 
for commercial purposes. In the southern section 
the great majority of citrus fruits and vegetables 
for commercial purposes are produced on the 
various kinds of soils adapted to the purpose. 
Leguminous crops of all kinds, as far as have 
been tried, succeed well in every section of the 
State. All forage crops, which include the 



sorghums of the Northern and Middle States, do 
well in all sections of Florida wherever tried, 
thus insuring and proving that live-stock raising 
is a successful industry in every portion of Flo- 
rida. Live-stock and poultry raising are success- 
fully carried on in every county in the State, with 
the possible exception of Monroe county, the 
most southerly in the State. The principal min- 
erals of Florida are phosphates, fullers earth and 
kaolin. Florida is also one of the principal naval 
stores producing States of the Union. There are 
over a half thousand establishments producing 
turpentine and rosin in this State with a capital 
invested of about $15,000,000. There are over 
500 saw mills of various kinds, manufacturing 
pine and other timber into lumber, with a capital 
invested of some $14,000,000. As a general man- 
ufacturing State, Florida, while not equal to some 
in proportion, surpasses many of the older States. 
The number of manufacturing establishments is 
over 5,000 with a capital invested of some $75,- 
000,000. In these industries there are nearly 
00,000 people employed at a total wage of 
$42,000,000. This includes all kinds of manu- 
factures. There are hundreds of water powers 
in all sections of the State lying idle for want 
of capital to develop them. In brief, it will be 
seen that Florida offers all the advantages, possi- 
bilities and opportunities that any person, whether 
he is a capitalist or simple worker, can desire. 
An investigation of the country and its advan- 
tages is at all times solicited. Any information 
desired concerning the State will be cheerfully 
supplied on application to the State Department 
of Agriculture at Tallahassee, Florida. 



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ALABAMA 



SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILWAY CITIES AND TOWNS REPRESENTED BY AGENCIES 



From Montgomery east to Georgia State 
Line. Montgomery, MONTGOMERY COUNTY. — 
Population 52,0:111. The county seat and capital of 
the Stale. This city is located at almost the exact 
center of Alabama and is the junction point of 
six railroads. The strategical situation of Mont- 
gomery has made it a desirable place for the 
manufacture and distribution of merchandise and 
the social conditions are so superior as to have 
attracted favorable attention throughout the 
country. It is the western terminus of the Sea- 
hoard Air Line Railway and has five other trunk 



mne banks, three live newspapers, several educa- 
tional institutions, and in fact everything which 
goes to make a desirable place in which t< > live 
and do business. The belt line railroad makes it 
possible for all large shippers u> be within easy 
access of all the freight warehouses, and trackage 
facilities are ample. The city is paying $22.50 
per annum per arc light, and Montgomery adver- 
tises without fear of contradiction that it is "the 
best lighted city of its size in the world." For 
industrial purposes electric power may be secured 
under long:-term contracts as low as one and one- 




THE STATE CAPITOL. ONCE THE CAPITOL OF THE SOUTHERN CONFEDERACY. MONTGOMERY. ALA., S. A. L. RY. 



lines of railroads, with the Alabama river nav- 
igable to Mobile. Within 200 miles of Mont- 
gomery there are 1,000,000 people and practically 
all of their trade goes to this city. This means 
that the annual commerce of the city approxi- 
mates $50,000,000. Montgomery sells on an 
average of 25,000 mules every year and manu- 
factures fertilizers every year approximating 
$4,000,000. There are in the city seven fertilizer 
factories, seven cottonseed oil mills, twelve wood- 
working plants, two large syrup plants, boiler 
works, shipping" products all over the south, and 
other industries of a varied character. There are 



half cents per kilowatt hour. Manufacturers 
have been impressed with the exceptionally low 
rates offered by Montgomery for electric power, 
which is derived by transmission lines from the 
Tallapoosa river. Capitalists are now developing 
six giant water power plants in the Montgomery 
territory. One of the plants will produce 100,000 
horsepower. The five plants, all within 75 miles 
of Montgomery, will produce more than a half 
million horsepower. Work on these properties is 
well under way. The enormously rich coal fields, 
marble and granite quarries and virgin timber 
forests of Alabama are adjacent to these water 



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NEAR MONTGOMERY, ALA., S. A. L. RY. 

I. SHEEP ARE RAISED PROFITABLY ON A NUMBER OF THE FARMS. 
2. OATS DO WELL. 3. CATTLE RAISING IS A LARGE INDUSTRY. 



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BIRD'S-EYE VIEW OF MONTGOMERY THE CAPITAL OF ALABAMA AND ONE OF THE WESTERN TERMINI OF 

THE S. A. L. RY. 



power plants and the possibilities of cheap manu- 
facturing in and near Montgomery are limitless. 
Steam coal sells in Montgomery at from $2.25 to 
$2.j^ per ton. The freight rate from the mines 
is $1.00 per ton. Manufacturers are offered free 
sites and exemption from municipal taxation for 
five years. One hundred and sixty-three dif- 
ferent commodities are manufactured in Mont- 
gomery. In recent years several large office 
buildings have been constructed for the con- 
venience of the ever-increasing number of agen- 
cies established here to take advantage of Mont- 
gomery's exceptional location as a point for 
commercial distribution. One of these fine build- 
ings and two street scenes form a composite cut 
which we have printed. The two street views 
give the reader an idea of the city as a cotton 
center. Montgomery has, from the beginning of 
the cotton trade, held a foremost position among 
the inland cotton centers, and along with the 
other lines of trade the increase of influence and 
importance of Montgomery is accentuated most 
strikingly in the growth of its cotton receipts. 
During the past five years the receipts at Mont- 
gomery show an increase of 25 per cent. The 
average receipts range from 175,000 to 200,000 
bales annually, fully 50,000 bales coming in by 
wagon. In order that the reader may obtain a 
fair idea of Montgomery a number of halftone 
engravings in addition to the views referred to 
above are inserted herein as follows : A modern 
union passenger station combined with a full- 
page photograph of Dexter avenue taken from 
Court square ; farming scenes and duck farm 



hear the city; Country Club, golf links and the 
Capital City Country Club; also bird's-eye view. 
Capital invested in manufacturing or commercial 
enterprises will unquestionably yield handsome 
profits in Montgomery. The city has a live and 
well-equipped commercial organization known as 
the Business Men's League, which announces that 
they will be glad to furnish additional informa- 
tion on this subject; or parties interested may 
take the matter up with the local representative 
of the Seaboard Air Line Railway or the Com- 
pany's General Industrial Department, when fur- 
ther and more detailed information will be given. 
Merry, Montgomery County. — Pop. 300. 
Sledges, Montgomery County. — Pop. 300. 
Chesson, Macon County. — Pop. 200. Harda- 
way, Macon County. — Pop. 400. Downs, Ma- 
con County. — Pop. 300. Fort Davis, Macon 
County. — Pop. 600. Roba, Macon County. — 
Pop. 200. Hannon, Macon County.— Pop. 400. 
Hurtsboro. — Pop. 1,000. Rutherford. — Pop. 
400. Hooks. — Pop. 100. Pittsview. — Pop. 400. 
Cottonton. — Pop. 300. These last five points are 
in Russell county. The above towns are the prin- 
cipal ones representing that fertile territory of 
the Seaboard Air Line Railway from Montgom- 
ery to Cottonton near the Georgia border, a dis- 
tance of 80 miles. This region is well supplied 
with banking and financial institutions every few 
miles apart. Numerous industries have been es- 
tablished and the inhabitants are lending en- 
couragement to newcomers. The resources are 
timber and fertile soils. The shipments are prin- 
cipally lumber and farm products. Hurtsboro 









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BUSY SCENES IN THE BIRMINGHAM, ALA., DISTRICT, S. A. L. RY. 

I. STREET SCENE. 2. RED MOUNTAIN IRON ORE MINE. 3. COAL MINE ENTRANCE. 4. PIG IRON FURNACE AND STORAGE YARD. 
5. COKE OVENS. 6. IMMENSE STEEL PLANT AT ENSLEY. 7. SCENE AT IRON FURNACE. 8. INTERIOR OF STEEL PLANT. 






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has recently sold bowls which were issued for the 
purpose of improvements, such as electric light- 
ing, water works, etc. This town has financial 
institutions, educational advantages and is a good 
trading center. Cotton, corn and other agricul- 
tural products do well in this vicinity, as well 
as iu the other towns in this section cast and west 
of here along the Seaboard Air Line Railway. 
This part of Alabama is well worth the attention 
and consideration of the prospective settler. 

Birmingham, Bessemer, etc., East to State 
Line. — Bessemer, Woodward, Ensley and 
Pratt City, all in Jefferson count)', Ala. These 
cities, together with Birmingham, comprise what 
is known as the "Birmingham district" and are 
considered a part and parcel of this metropolis. At 
the points named are located the greatest iron and 
steel industries in the South. Ore, coal, limestone 
and other resources which are so necessary to 
the manufacture of iron, steel and their sub- 
products cover a much larger area than the in- 
dustries themselves. These various plants nat- 
urally draw an enormous tonnage of raw material 
to this famous district. 

Birmingham, Jefferson County. — Popula- 
tion 185,000. County seat. This city, the great- 
est of all southern iron and steel manufacturing 
centers, is pierced by ten railroads, the most im- 
portant of them all being the Seaboard Air Line 
Railway. The Chamber of Commerce of this city 
contributes the following article : "Birmingham, 
Ala., widely known as 'The City of Pay Rolls,' 
is the geographical center of the progressive new 
South. Less than half a century old and grow- 
ing faster than any other southern city, the pop- 
ulation in 1910 had reached 132,685, and ac- 
cording to the 1913 city directory has since in- 
creased more than 50,000, so it is obvious that 
the marvelous growth is not of a mushroom va- 
riety, but its steady substantial increase has barely 
started. It is peculiarly situated at the very cen- 
ter of a wonderful district where each element 
necessary for the making of iron is found in 
proximity to every other equally necessary ele- 
ment, which gives it advantages not enjoyed by- 
other iron-making centers. The leading indus- 
tries of Birmingham are products of iron and 
steel, heavy machinery, cast-iron pipe, cement, 
brick and other clay products, as well as diversi- 
fied industries of every description, which are 
increasing at an exceedingly rapid pace, due to 
the natural advantages and wonderful resources 
of the district. Nine railroad systems radiate 
from Birmingham to every section of the coun- 
try, thus affording unusual transportation facili- 
ties. There are 99 passenger trains in and out 
of the city daily. The $2,000,000 terminal station 
is unsurpassed for convenience and appearance. 
Birmingham's pay roll is $1,000,000 per week. 
There are numerous good hotels and boarding- 
houses in the city, and the tourist who enters the 



gates of Birmingham will be assured every com- 
fort of modern life. The business section with 
its wide streets and sidewalks, lighted by a mod- 
ern white-way system, is second to none in at- 
tractiveness. The beautiful shops and the hustle 




STREET SCEXES. BIRMINGHAM. 'ALA., S. A. L. RY. 

MORRIS AVENUE, WHOLESALE GROCERY AND PRODUCE CENTER. 
TWENTIETH STREET LOOKING NORTH. TWENTIETH STREET LOOKING SOUTH. 



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VIEW OF THE S. A. L. RY. FREIGHT STATION, BIRMINGHAM. ALA., AND ITS PROXIMITY TO THE CITY'S 

BUSINESS CENTER. 



that is obvious on every side remind one forcibly 
of the scene on Broadway, New York City. 
Birmingham's residential section is one of the 
great assets. The beautiful homes built along 
the mountainside, which are reached by winding 
roadways, afford views which are not surpassed 
by the mountains of any land. The climate of 
Birmingham is devoid of extremes of heat and 
cold. Short winters and long summers make it 
possible to engage in outdoor sports practically 
all the year round. The school facilities of 
Birmingham are the very best. There are several 
colleges of high repute, including the medical 



and dental colleges. There are five high schools 
and six elementary schools, besides the colleges, 
which afford educational facilities of the highest 
order. Twenty parks scattered throughout the 
city afford recreation for all classes. The city 
maintains a well-organized playground associa- 
tion, which is being increased in efficiency. The 
housing conditions of Birmingham for the work- 
ingman are being improved from time to time, 
and in some industrial sections they have already 
been made ideal. Birmingham is governed by 
three commissioners, whose motto is efficiency. 
The installation of motor-driven fire apparatus 




AGGREGATION OF SKYSCRAPERS WITHIN SMALL RADIUS. BIRMINGHAM. ALA., S. A. L. RY. 

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instead of horses is an example of the practical 
work being done. Birmingham is a combination 
of the city industrial and the city beautiful, which 
entitles it to the name of the "Ideal American 
City." Illustrative of the facts in the foregoing 
article, it affords us pleasure to depict here views 
in and around Birmingham as follows: One com- 
posite cut shows street scene, entrance to coal 
mine, pig iron furnace and storage yards, coke 
oven, immense steel plant, scene at furnace 
and steel plant; group of some of Birmingham's 
skyscrapers, showing the novel sight of their ex- 
ceptional proximity to each other ; individual 
office building, which is said to contain the largest 
single piece of steel ever put in a building in the 
country; Morris avenue, the city's wholesale 
grocery and produce section, with which is com- 



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S. A. L. RY. 



"THE SUNNY SOUTH" 

TYPICAL SOUTHERN RURAL SCENE. S. A. L. RY. 
FINE HOGS RAISED IN ALABAMA. S. A. L. RY. 



biucd photographs of Twentieth street, one of 
the city's magnificent thoroughfares ; Seabuard 
Air Line Railway's freight station, which is lo- 
cated close to the business center ; lumber indus- 
try in nearby forests, contributing to the welfare 
of the city; fine display of cotton at compress, 
this being another branch of the city's welfare. 
It would be quite impossible to feature in words, 
much less pictorially, the principal agricultural, 
manufacturing and commercial enterprises of 
Birmingham, but the Chamber of Commerce and 
Hoard of Trade of this city are ready to furnish 
any additional information and will receive with 
open arms all newcomers. Also any information 
will be cheerfully given by the local representa- 
tive or the Seaboard Air Line Railway's General 
Industrial Department. Avondale, Jefferson 
County. — This town is practically a part of 
Birmingham. Irondale, Jefferson County. — 
Pop. 8oo. Alton, Jefferson County. — Pop. 
400. Sanie, St. Clair County. — Pop. 1.500. 
Odenville, St. Clair County. — Pop. 400. These 
five towns are the principal points of interest in 
the territory embraced by the Seaboard Air Line 
Railway from Birmingham to Coal City, a dis- 
tance of 38 miles. Shale is found in abundance 
in part of this section. Most of the lands are 
farmed successfully. There is sufficient timber 
accessible to supply woodworking plants. Brick 
plants, factories making sash, doors, blinds and 
other building material, should prove profitable 



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FINE DISPLAY OF COTTON AT COMPRESS. BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 



establishments. Pell City, St. Clair County. — 
Pop. 2,500. Is located at the terminus of a 
branch extending 1 nine miles from Coal City, on 
the main line. Has bank, newspaper, cotton mill 
with 720 looms, 22,500 spindles, ice factory, two 



ham. This is the location of several coal mines 
from which a great deal of coal has been shipped 
and unlimited deposits of this mineral still exist 
in this region, awaiting the hand of capital and 
labor. Ragland, St. Clair County. — Pop. 600. 




COTTON MILL AT PELL CITY. ALA., ON THE S. A. L. RY. 



lumber plants and good agricultural lands. Elec- 
tric power is obtainable at low prices, and this 
should prove a good point for additional manu- 
facturing plants. Coal City, St. Clair County. 
— Pop. 800. Thirty-nine miles east of Birming- 



Forty-eight miles east of Birmingham. This is 
the location of a very extensive Portland cement 
manufacturing industry, and large quantities 
of this product are shipped to various parts 
of the country via the Seaboard Air Line 







ONE OF THE MANY PROSPEROUS COTTON MILLS IN ALABAMA ON THE S. A. L. RY. 

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Railway. There are fine deposits of coal here. 
Ohatctiie. — Fop. 300. Wellington. — Pop. 300. 
Jacksonville. — Pop. 3,000. Tredegar. — Pop. 100. 
Piedmont. — Pop. 3,000. All these last five towns 
are located in Calhoun county and cover a terri- 
tory of 35 miles east of Ragland along the Sea- 
board Air Line Railway. Jacksonville, located 
on a three-mile stem from Tredegar on the main 
line, is the center of a very large cotton mill in- 
dustry. It has banks and good schools. Piedmont 
has a fine cotton mill, banking and educational in- 
stitutions and an exceedingly progressive citizen- 
ship. All these towns are surrounded by lands 
adapted to the growing of cotton, corn and other 
farm products. The resources are the best of 
clay, lime, charcoal, high-grade brown ore, 
barytes, crystallized silica rock and other ore 
materials, hardwood and other varieties of tim- 



ber. Among the various industries which it is 
thought would pay in this section arc: Building 
brick, fire brick, woodworking establishment, ad- 
ditional cotton mills, cottonseed oil mills, ferti- 
lizer factories, iron furnaces, steel plants, paint 
factory, spoke and handle factories, stave and 
heading mills. Borden Springs, Cleburn 
County. — Pop. 300. Es the principal point in the 
14-mile territory traversed by the Seaboard Air 
Line Railway from Piedmont to the bonier line 
of the State of Georgia. Borden Springs is a 
fine summer resort, the water from this point 
having attracted many invalids and has curative 
qualities unexcelled for liver troubles, many mar- 
velous cures having been accomplished by its use. 
The lands in the foregoing section are a continua- 
tion of the splendid producing region heretofore 
described. 



ALABAMA 

By LEE COWARD, Immigration Commissioner 



Why is Alabama a good place in which to live 
and a good place in which to buy land? First, I 
think land is cheaper in Alabama, in proportion, 
than in any State of the Union ; second, and of 
equal importance, living expenses are as cheap as 
land. The fact about life in Alabama, which most 
impresses the farmers who come from other 
States to Alabama, is inexpensive living. There 
are thousands of these prosperous and contented 
men in Alabama who have come here from States 
of the North and West. When asked what 
pleases them most about Alabama they invariably 
reply: "Cheapness of living expenses. We can 
run a farm for a third less in Alabama than we 
can back home." No man will take issue with 
the statement that farm labor is at least a third 
less in Alabama than in Ohio, Iowa or Minne- 
sota. In fact, it is probably more than a third 
cheaper. Again, this State is rich in timber 
resources. Alabama to-day is one of the greatest 
lumber-producing States east of the Mississippi 
river. The northern farmer is as much surprised 
to find lumber so reasonable in price as he is to 
find farm labor so abundant and cheap. One 
cause which has contributed to starting the great 
immigration movement from the North and 
West to Alabama is this very fact — the burden 
of living expenses is not so heavy upon the 
southern farmer as upon the farmer from other 
sections. Again the industrious farmer, due to 
the long growing season, which lasts practically 
all the year round, produces two and three crops 
from his one piece of land. Thousands of Ala- 
bama farmers grow garden products and then 
raise cotton on the same land. They plant four 
or five acres in potatoes and after gathering that 
crop raise corn, cotton or oats on the same 
ground. Live-stock do not have to be taken off 
the pasture to be sheltered and fed, except from 
four to six weeks in winter. On the other hand, 
there are thousands of farmers in Alabama who 



think it not necessary to firing their cattle into 
the barns, and many of them claim it is not neces- 
sary to feed them at all, but depend upon the 
vitality of the pasture grass throughout the win- 
ter. Reasonably priced land and low living ex- 
penses — what more does a farmer want who is 
looking for a new location? Alabama is the 
garden spot of the South for the farmer and 
fruit grower. Its soil is of exceptional fertility, 
the market conditions are the best and the high- 
est prices are the rule. Alabama offers the 
most glowing opportunity to prospective settlers. 




TYPITAL WOODLAND SCENES IN ALABAMA ALONG THE 
S. A. L. RY. 

I. "AN EIGHT WHEELER '" DRAWN BY OXEN. 2. SPECIMEN" OF FINE LOG. 



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PICKING, GINNING AND LOADING COTTON IN GEORGIA. SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILWAY. 



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GEORGIA 



SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILWAY CITIES AND TOWNS, REPRESENTED BY AGENCIES 



The territory between the northeastern bor 
der of Florida and Savannah. Kingsland. — 
Pop. 250. Woodbine. — Pop. 200. White Oak. 
— Pop. 200. These three towns are in Camden 
county. They are the principal shipping points 
in a valuable section, covering 35 miles of terri- 
tory along the Seaboard Air Line Railway from 
the southeastern part of Georgia on the Florida 
border to Thalman. The latter is the junction 
point with the railway over which the Seaboard 
Air Line Railway's traffic is carried to and from 
Brunswick. Thalman, Glynn County. — Pop. 
100. Everett, Glynn County. — Pop. 200. 
Townsend, McIntosh County. — Pop. 200. 
Darien Junction, McIntosh County. — Pop. 
100. Riceboro, Liberty County.^ — Pop. 2,000. 
Dorchester, Liberty County. — Pop. 300. Ways, 
Bryan County. — Pop. 600. These seven towns 
represent more than 60 miles of fertile lands 
along the Seaboard Air Line Railway from 
Thalman to Savannah. The resources are tim- 
ber, fine soils adapted to the raising of various 
agricultural products, good clay, etc. There are 
opportunities for those desiring to purchase 
trucking lands or to establish brick plants and 
woodworking plants of various kinds. The 
great winter garden which supplies the cities 
of the Northeastern States with the fresh 
vegetables demanded for consumption during the 
latter months of winter and those of early spring 
stretches in a narrow belt along the Atlantic 
coast from the vicinity of Savannah, Ga., to the 
southern portion of New Jersey. The existence 
of this particular belt of territory, favorably situ- 
ated with respect to intensive vegetable produc- 
tion, is the result of the concurrent existence of 
a number of favoring factors. In the first place, 
the climatic conditions within this belt render its 
successive portions from south to north earlier 
in the date of maturity for the different crops 
than any other regions in the Eastern States 
which are located in the same latitudes. This 
arises from the fact that the land area of the 
region lies at low latitude. The entire coastal 
section slopes seaward from a line about 75 miles 
from the coast, with a decline of not more than 
2 feet for each mile, until the land surface sinks 
below the waters of the ocean or of the marginal 
land-locked waters of the numerous sounds and 
bays. The presence of tide water, not only along 
the entire coast, but at frequent intervals within 
the land area itself, lends an added influence to 
the favorable and protective climatic surround- 
ings. These bodies of water lengthen the total 
growing season by periods which are to be meas- 
ured by days and weeks, dependent upon the 
size of the protective water body. They also give 
a great stability to the annual changes of climate 
and reduce the tendency toward the occurrence 



of sharp destructive frosts at an unduly late date 
in spring or one correspondingly unseasonable 
in fall or early winter. They serve to lengthen 
the season over that of areas not protected and 
to render the succession of seasonable conditions 
more dependable. The amount of added warmth 
which is contributed by this factor of local climate 
cannot be accurately estimated, but it is one of 
the prominent factors in establishing this great 
out-of-doors greenhouse. It is probable that ap- 
proximately 1500 acres of land are devoted to 
truck and market-garden crops in the vicinity 
of Savannah. Ga. The chief acreage is devoted 




COLUMBUS, GA., S. A. L. RY. 

UNITED STATES CUSTOM HOUSE AND POST OFFICE. 
COUNTY COURT HOUSE. 



MUSKOGEE 



to early Irish potatoes. Snap beans and garden 
peas are also grown. Strawberries are produced 
chiefly for the local markets. Some onions are 
grown, while sweet potatoes and melons are 
produced for large profits. The soils suited 
for trucking and market gardening exist to the 
extent of 90,000 acres in Chatham county alone, 
and the facilities for transportation to market in- 
clude both rail and water transportation. It may 
be said that there is an excellent opportunity for 
the development of this class of agriculture, 110L 
only in that county, but also in other nearby 
counties of Eastern Georgia. 



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BROAD STREET. THE MAIN' THOROUGHFARE OF COLUMBUS, GA.. S. A. L. RY. 



Across South Georgia from Alabama to 
South Carolina. Omaha. — Pop. 300. Two hun- 
dred and fifty miles west of Savannah. Union. 
-Pop. 200. Louvale. — Pop. 100. Lumpkin. 



Pop. 1, 



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County seat. All these four towns 



are in Stewart county. They are the principal 
points on the Seaboard Air Line Railway from 



Columbus, Muskogee County. — Population 
25,000. Two hundred and sixty-six miles west 
of Savannah, the county seat. It is the north- 
western terminus of that portion of the Seaboard 
Air Line Railway which runs between this point 
and Albany, which line crosses the main Savan- 
nah-Montgomery line at Richland. This city is 




STREET SCENE IN THE COTTOX DISTRICT. COLUMBUS. GA.. S. A. L. RY. 



the Alabama-Georgia line east to Richland. They 
cover a splendid agricultural territory of 20 miles, 
rich in timber and other natural resources. Wa- 
termelons and peaches are easily cultivated 
throughout this vicinity and contiguous territory 
along: the Seaboard Air Line Railway. 



situated on the east bank of the Chattahoochee 
river ; is in the heart of not only a great cotton 
growing but manufacturing center of wonderful 
magnitude. To give a fair idea of this city's 
great value to the State of Georgia and the 
South in general we will enumerate some of the 




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industries, among the more important of which 
are about a dozen large cotton and knitting mills, 
consuming many thousands of bales of cotton 
annually; nearly as many fertilizer factories; 
three ice and cold-storage plants ; three iron 
works and machine shops, one of which is of 
mammoth size ; six showcase and office fixture 
factories ; agricultural machinery works ; a large 
plant manufacturing cotton gins, which are 
shipped all over the cotton States ; a factory 
making ice machines ; five casket factories ; a 
number of lumber mills, sash, door and blind fac- 
tories, and many other manufacturing industries ; 
as well as three wholesale dry-goods houses, fif- 
teen wholesale groceries and numerous com- 
mercial enterprises. The town is well equipped 
with financial institutions. The Columbus Board 
of Trade sends in the following article regarding 
their splendid city: "Columbus is different from 
the ordinary city in that, unlike most southern 
cities of early origin, it was conceived as a city 
and not as a village. It was laid out by the leg- 
islature in 1828 when there were plenty of loca- 
tions for trading posts, and most all of them 
alike, because transportation facilities were of 
the crudest sort. But the all-wise legislature 
said, 'Here is the logical location for a city. For 
countless centuries it has been recognized by the 
Indians as a trading point, and what the instinct 
of the savage has taught is sufficient unto our 
purposes.' So Columbus was not only deter- 
mined because of its logical location, but the leg- 
islature provided for a big city. The main street 
was made 167 feet wide (see accompanying cut 1 
and the other streets and avenues about 100 feet. 
Provision was also made for church square, civic 
centers and a public commons. Columbus rose 
from the civil war devastated but not discour- 
aged. Here the last battle was fought. Hardly 
had the smouldering ashes cooled before the peo- 
ple began rebuilding its city. In addition to the 
present population of Columbus proper it has 
another 25,000 in its suburbs, and just across the 
river in Alabama mill towns dependent upon 
Columbus' 87 varied industries for support. 
These industries place Columbus fourth in man- 
ufacturing in the standing of the cities of the 
State of Georgia. Ten railroads radiate from the 
city and two steamboat lines to the Gulf ; besides 
it is the center of a network of good county roads. 
The Chattahoochee, which river's falls end at 
Columbus where navigation on the river begins, 
has 125,000 horsepower hydraulic force, of which 
60,000 horsepower is utilized. Columbus has not 
only abundant water power and transportation 
facilities but plenty of intelligent labor, and 
within 50 miles of the city more than 600,000 
prosperous people live. Its schools and churches 
and society are the best. The laboring people are 
housed in comfortable homes and with cheap 
living, good wages and the best schools for their 
children they are content. Labor troubles are 
practically unknown here. In raw materials Co- 



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WATER POWER. COLUMBUS. GA., S. A. L. RY. 



lumbus is fortunate, as there is an abundance of 
cotton, woods and clays, while iron ore and coal, 
as well as other minerals, are within easy reach 
by river and rail. There are openings in Colum- 
bus for every line of endeavor, both commercial 
and industrial." It is quite impossible to illus- 
trate Columbus to the extent deserved, but sev- 
eral halftone engravings are published herewith 
for the purpose of featuring some of the interest- 
ing subjects. One of the combination cuts shows 
the United States custom house and post-office, 
including Muskogee county court house. An- 
other is Dillingham street bridge, which is a very 
important adjunct to the city's development. 
Other illustrations are : The union passenger sta- 
tion, which is a commodious structure; street 
scene ; cotton district ; and in connection with the 
subject of water power a representative Georgia 
cotton mill and dam ; also the famous Goat Rock 
dam nearby on the Chattahoochee river, to which 
river reference has hertofore been made. Cus- 
seta, Chattahoochee County. — Pop. 400. The 
countv seat, iq miles from Columbus. This is 



a great cotton growing and otherwise rich agri- 
cultural region. Watermelons and peaches are 
largely grown. Renfroe, Stewart County. — 
Pop. 100. Twenty-eight miles from Columbus. 
This region is suitable for peaches. The cultiva- 
tion of this fruit here has produced the most 
superior Elberta peaches. The attention of fruit 
growers is especially called to this section. Lands 
may be purchased from $35 to $50 per acre. 
Brooklyn, Stewart County. — Pop. 200. Thirty- 
two miles from Columbus. Cotton is the leading 
product. Albany, Daugherty County. — Pop. 
8,500. The county seat. This city has several 
banks, newspapers, foundry and machine shop, 
two brick plants, lumber plants, cotton mill, cot- 
tonseed oil mill, five fertilizer plants, ice plant, 
cigar factory, etc. Additional industries of like 
character will probably pay. It is a wonderfully 
rich agricultural section, as may be seen from the 
cuts which have been inserted of farming scenes. 
The famous Rockyford cantaloupe is indigenous 
to this soil, and is raised in this vicinity in enor- 
mous quantities and quickly placed on the eastern 




WATER POWER. ALBANY, GA., S. A. L. RY. 
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markets through the excellent facilities offered by 
the Seaboard Air Line Railway. Watermelons 
also grow here, as well as throughout the State 
of Georgia along the line of the Seaboard Air 
Line Railway in great profusion, the Georgia 
watermelon having a national reputation both for 
the state of perfection which it attains and its 
exquisite flavor. On the subject of water power 
attention is called to a view which was photo- 
graphed near Albany, from which it will be seen 
that the city is blessed in this respect. There 1- 
also given here a combination cut made from 
photographs of public buildings and street scenes 
in Albany which give evidence of the city's at- 
tractiveness from an artistic standpoint. Sasser, 
Terrell County. — Pop. 500. 73 miles from 
Columbus. The soil is very fertile through- 
out this part of the country and is espe- 
cially adapted to the successful growing of cotton 
as well as almost all other farm products. Daw- 



Albany with that portion of this Company's line 
running from Montgomery to Savannah. It is 
227 miles west of Savannah. This is one of the 




BUILDING FINE ROADS, AMERICUS. GA., S. A. L. RY. 

GOOD HARD AND ENDURABLE ROADS EXTEND FOR MANY MILES THROUGH 
THE FARMING SECTIONS IN EVERY DIRECTION. 

son, Terrell County. — Pop. 4,000. The county- 
seat, 66 miles from Columbus. This town is the 
beneficiary of an enormous amount of money de- 
rived from the great farming industry conducted 
in this vicinity. Its geographical location is such 
as to make it a good trading center. The typical 
well-equipped Georgia farm shown on page 
105 is from a photograph taken at Dawson. 
Parrott, Terrell County. — Pop. 400. Fifty-six 
miles from Columbus. This is a part of the rich 
county of Terrell. Weston, Webster County. — 
Pop. 400. The county seat, 48 miles from Colum- 
bus. Is the center of a great agricultural region. 
Kimbrough, Stewart County. — Pop. 100. 
Forty-six miles from Columbus. Good farming 
lands. Richland, Stewart County. — Pop. 1,500. 
It is the crossing of that portion of the Seaboard 
Air Line Railway running between Columbus and 




ALBANY, GA., S. A 

DAUGHERTY COUNTY COURT HOUSE. 
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DIVERSITY OF CROPS, CORDELE, GA., S. A. L. RY. 

COTTON IS THE CHIEF PRODUCT IN THIS SECTION BUT THE ABOVE VIEWS, SHOWING FIELDS OF OATS ANP SWEET 
POTATOES, INDICATE THAT OTHER CROPS ARE FACTORS IN THIS SECTION. 



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splendid towns which should he an objective 
point for additional manufacturing enterprises, 
wholesale establishments and other classes of 
business where good distributing facilities are 
necessary. Richland already has a number of en- 
terprises such as lumber and other woodworking 
plants; ice factor)-; one wholesale grocery; fer- 
tilizer factor)'; cottonseed oil mill; several pro- 
gressive and well-connected banks ; live newspa- 
per, etc., but more industries of some of the kinds 
mentioned will unquestionably pay, and we are 
also advised by prominent citizens of this place 
that co-operation will be extended to parties de- 
siring to invest in a cotton mill, or in any enter- 
prise started on a substantial basis by responsible 
parties. Preston, Webster County. — Pop. 300. 
County seat, 218 miles west of Savannah. This, 
like other stations recently mentioned, is in a sec- 
tion where lands are exceedingly fertile. Plains, 
Sumpter County. — Pop. 500. This town is sur- 
rounded by very fine farming lands, has two 
banks, good educational facilities and a desirable 
point of residence, as well as good for business, 
being a good trading center. Americus, Sumpter 
County. — Pop. 10,000. County seat. This is 
one of the finest towns on the Seaboard Air Line 
Railway. The business men are exceedingly en- 
terprising and ever ready to lend a helping hand 
to any newcomers. The city has an active and 
well-conducted Board of Trade, which is contin- 
ually promulgating information in regard to the 
great advantages possessed in this region. The 
results have been exceedingly successful and new 
capital is being rapidly enlisted. Lands are pur- 
chased from time Jo time by experienced farm- 
ers; new enterprises are being established; real 
estate values are on the increase as improvements 





THE MAGNIFICENT AGRICULTURAL REGIONS SUR- 
ROUNDING AMERICUS, GA., S. A. L. RY.. ARE EVI- 
DENCED BY THESE STREET SCENES. 



I. A BUSY STREET. 



THE FINE ROADS STAND HEAVY HAULING 



MODERN FARMING IN GEORGIA. S. A. L. RY. 



continue and as the city grows. At present the 
price of real estate is far below what it should be. 
This is a place also well worth the attention of 
manufacturers, as well as other kinds of business, 
because, as advised by one of the bankers, "Any 
meritorious concern wishing to locate in Ameri- 
cus will receive the hearty and loyal support both 
morally and financially from the business men of 
this city." Americus has splendid financial in- 
stitutions, several lumber plants and factories 
manufacturing sash, doors, blinds and other 
building material ; Seaboard Air Line Railway 
shops and other machine shops; two cottonseed 
oil plants ; five fertilizer works ; large monu- 
mental marble works ; and many other smaller 
industries. The establishment of additional en- 
terprises similar to most of the above, as well as 
various other kinds of manufacturing enterprises, 
will unquestionably pay, and for further informa- 
tion on this subject the reader is referred to 
Americus' Board of Trade, or representatives of 
the Seaboard Air Line Railway will cheerfully 
furnish more detailed information. The total 
value of the crops of Sumpter County is about 
$5,000,000, of which cotton is half, corn a fifth, 
hay at least a tenth, cottonseed nearly as much, 
while sugar cane, tobacco, fruits, vegetables, 
poultry and live-stock make up the balance. The 
soil around Americus contains lime ; alfalfa grows 
luxuriantly and is fed to live-stock as well as 
being used extensively for fertilization purposes. 



109 



Fine roads are found in every direction. The il- 
lustration accompanyingthe information regarding 

this section shows "good roads" under construc- 
tion. The street view also shows one of the at- 
tractive parts of Americas and the pictures of the 
public buildings show additional adornments. 
Huntington. — Pop. ioo. Leslie. — Pop. 400. De 
Soto. — Pop. 300. Cobb. — Pop. 250. Coney. — 
Pop. 400. The first four towns named are in 
Sumpter county and the last one is in Crisp 
county. They cover a fine country, extending 
from Americus to Cordele, a distance of 30 miles 
along the Seaboard Air Line Railway. Of the 
fruits cultivated watermelons and peaches pre- 
dominate. Of the farm products raised, cotton, 
corn, hay, cassava and other forage crops are the 
dominating factors. Potatoes and other vege- 
tables are also raised with much profit. 

Cordele, Crisp County. — Population 8,500. 
County seat. There is no better town in Georgia 
for its size than Cordele. It has progressive and 
well-conducted banks, newspapers, good educa- 
tional institutions, large lumber plants, foundries, 
machine shops and several other enterprises. 
The city has splendid railway facilities. There 
are 50 passenger trains in and out of the city 
daily. The city's streets are paved with vitrified 
brick. Its residential streets are beautiful as may 
be seen from one of the scenes depicted here. 
The area of the city is four square miles, having 
plenty of room for additional residences, also 
business buildings and manufacturing plants. 
Both will unquestionably pay. The area of Crisp 
county is 277 square miles. The land is very 
level, with now and then a slight roll ; sub-soil, 
red clay ; top soil, a sandy loam. Good roads are 
in evidence everywhere. The National High- 
way, from New York to Florida, passes through 
the full length of Crisp county and Cordele. Ar- 
tesian water, absolutely pure; water veins tapped 
at from 30 to 80 feet. Coldest in winter, 30 to 
40 degrees above zero ; warmest in summer, 80 




POST OFFICE AND CRISP COUXTY COURTHOUSE, 
CORDELE. GA., S. A. L. RY. 

to 90 degrees, seldom over, making it exceedingly 
healthy. Crisp is one of Georgia's richest coun- 
ties in agricultural pursuits. Any crop produced 
in the South may be produced here, such as fine 
oats and sweet potatoes (.see illustration), as well 
as the various other farm and garden products. 
Cotton is the leading industry in this county and 
grows to perfection. The people are offering every 
inducement to the truck farmers, land being pur- 
chased at prices ranging from $10 to $30 per 
acre, according to location. The full-page illustra- 
tion entitled "Agricultural Scenes in Georgia" is 
composed of views taken in Crisp county near 







ONE OF THE BEAUTIFUL RESIDEXCE STREETS OF CORDELE, GA., S. A. L. RY. 

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NEW UNION PASSENGER STATION AT 0C1LLA, C.A., ON THE S. A. L. RV. 



Cordele, and these pictures, together with the lim- 
ited amount of data which the space permits, will, 
it is hoped, give a fair idea of this wonderful 
country to those desiring to find a favorable sec- 
tion in which to live. Seville. — Pop. 200. Pitts. 
— Pop. 600. Rochelle. — Pop. 1,000. These three 
towns are in Wilcox county. They are the main 
towns east of Cordele for a distance of 20 miles 
along the Seaboard Air Line Railway. Cotton is 
the chief industry, 10,000 bales being" shipped 
from Rochelle and nearly as much from the other 
two points last season. The average on these 
land- has been, per acre, one bale of cotton. 50 



bushels of corn and 50 bushels "I" oats. With the 
new improved methods of farming now coming 
into vogue, this average can be easily increased. 
Ocilla, Irwin County. — Pop. 2,500. County 
seat, 170 miles west of Savannah, at the terminus 
of branch of the Seaboard Air Line Railway ex- 
tending from the Company's main line at Abbe- 
ville 31 miles south of the latter point. Has 
banks, newspapers, cottonseed oil mill, fertilizer 
factory, grist mill, foundries, machine shops, three 
lumber plants and several naval stores indus- 
tries. Resources: timber and available cutover 
lands for farming purposes. Cotton is produced 




OLD-FASHIONED BARBECUE. A TEMPORARY DIVERSION FROM OTHER WOODLAND ACTIVITIES IN GEORGIA 

ALONG THE S. A. L. RY. 



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THE "ROCKYFORD" AS WELL AS OTHER VARIETIES 
OF THE DELICIOUS CANTALOUPE. ARE CULTIVATED 
AROUND ALBANY, GA., AND AT VARIOUS POINTS 
ON THE S. A. L. RY. 

extensively, also several other classes of farm 
products, such as grain, hay, melons, etc. Cotton 
and knitting mills, as well as other kinds of man- 
ufacturing plants, will pay. Those who have 
never seen or participated in an "old-fashioned 
Georgia barbecue" will be attracted by the scene 
depicted on page III, showing a temporary 
diversion from other woodland activities. An- 
other view published is that of the verv at- 
tractive passenger depot recently built in this 
town. Fitzgerald, Bex Hill County. — Pop. 
6,000. County seat, 161 miles west of Savannah 
and 22 miles south of Abbeville on the main line. 
This town has three banks, two newspapers, two 
cottonseed oil plants, one cotton mill, three fer- 
tilizer plants, foundries and machine shops ; three 
wholesale establishments handling groceries, hay 
and grain ; ice plant, two large lumber plants, two 
naval stores and other industries. The resources 
are hardwood and other timber, which are found 
in abundance, and lands producing superior agri- 
cultural products. The openings for new enter- 
prises are numerous, such as the purchase and 
operation of lands from which the timber has 
been only recently cut ; woodworking establish- 
ments of various kinds ; another bank ; a com- 
modious and well-conducted hotel ; cotton mill 
fruit culture ; wholesale hardware establishment 
etc. Cortez, Wilcox Couxty. — Pop. 100. Fom 
miles south of Abbeville on main line. Fertile 
lands may be obtained reasonably here. Abbe- 
ville, Wilcox Couxty. — Pop. 1,500. County 
seat. Junction point of the Seaboard Air Line 
Railway main line with it== branch extending from 
this point to Ocilla. 31 miles distant. This town 
has banks, newspapers, two lumber plants, fac- 
tories, machine shops and is a great cotton-pro- 
ducing section. Other farm products do well, 
also fruits, especially watermelons. The open- 
ings for industries are a commodious and well- 
conducted hotel, brick works to utilize the excel- 
lent clay found in this county on the Ocmulgee 
river, syrup factory, as considerable cane is raised 
here, ice, cold-storage and electric lighting plants. 
Rhine, Dodge County. — Pod. 400. One hun- 
dred and thirty-three miles west of Savannah. 
Great quantities of watermelons and cotton are 
raised in every direction from this point. Milan, 
Telfair County. — Pop. 400. One hundred and 



twenty-four miles west of Savannah. This is an 
industrious town. Jt lias all the conveniences of 
tow ns of similar size and is a good point at which 
to locate. Corn, cotton and watermelons are 
easily produced here. Helena, Telfair Couxty. 
— Pop. 1,000. ( )ne hundred and fourteen miles 
west of Savannah. Has banking facilities, ice 
plant, lumber plant and turpentine still. The 
lands produce fine cotton and watermelons grow 
here profusely. McRae, Telfair County. — Pop. 
1.200. The county seat, 113 miles west of Savan- 
nah. This is a town of considerable wealth 
which originated with the industrious fanners 
hereabouts. This is a fine trading center. McRae 
has progressive and well-conducted banks, news- 
papers and all necessary conveniences. The wa- 
termelon is found here in all its glory; in fact, 
this luscious fruit is exceedingly productive all 
along the Seaboard Air Line Railway west of this 
point to Richland, including the branches to 
Ocilla, extending south from Abbeville, and to 
Albany extending south from Richland. Erick, 
Montgomery Col t xty. — Pop. 200. One hun- 
dred and seven miles west of Savannah. Good 
watermelons. Cotton and other farming lands 
may be purchased here at less than their actual 
value. Alamo, Moxtgomery County. — Pop. 
400. One hundred and four miles west of Savan- 
nah and twelve miles from Mount Vernon, the 
county seat. Has two banks with ample capital 
to take care of the interests of this valuable agri- 
cultural section, as well as a number of com- 
mercial establishments and other enterprises. 
The town is growing, and for this and other rea- 
sons should prove attractive to those desiring to 




SrF.rTMF.NS OF THE FAMOUS •'GEORGIA WATERMEL- 
ON'S" RAISED ALONG THE S. A. 1.. RY.. LOADED AND 
READY FOR SHIPMENT TO EASTERN MARKETS. 



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PASSENGER STATION', VIDALIA. 



GA., S. A. L. RY. 

IN THIS 



THIS IS ONE OF MANY SPLENDID STRUCTURE 
ENTERPRISING TOWN. 

carrv on farming and engage in commercial pur- 
suits. Special attention is therefore called to this 
point. Watermelons do splendidly here. Glen- 
wood, Montgomery County. — Pop. 500. Nine- 
ty-six miles west of Savannah and five miles from 
the county seat. Has hank, cottonseed oil mill 
and considerable timber. Mount Vernon, Mont- 
gomery County. — Pop. 700. Ninety-two miles 
west of Savannah, the county seat. This is a 
good trading" center and has superior lands which 
are particularly well adapted to the growing of 
watermelons. Has excellent financial facilities, 
newspaper, lumber plants, and is in every way 
desirable as a place in which to live and to en- 
gage in enterprises of various kinds. Alley, 
Montgomery County. — Pop. 400. Ninety 
miles west of Savannah. Lands similar to those 
at the county seat just described. Higgston, 
Montgomery - County. — Pop. 300. Eighty-four 
miles west of Savannah. Lumber and naval 
stores district. Watermelons and general farm 
products do well here. Vidalia, Tooms County. 
— Pop. 3,000. The county seat, 80 miles west of 
Savannah. Has three progressive banks, two live 
newspapers, two bottling works, vehicle industry, 
coffin and casket factory, cottonseed oil mill, grist 
mill, two fertilizer factories, wholesale grocery, ice 
plant, four lumber and planing mill establish- 
ments, marble works, factory making cotton gins, 
with cement and tile works nearby. Woodwork- 
ing establishments of almost any kind will pay as 
the raw material abounds. Opening for cotton 
mills at Vidalia, as this is a fine cotton belt, and 
a foundry and machine shop would no doubt pav. 



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I. LOOKING SOUTH. 2. LOOKING NORTH. 

The soil is particularly well adapted to cultivation 
of watermelons and this luscious fruit attains a 
fine state of perfection here. The cut from photo- 



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UNION PASSENGER STATION, SAVANNAH, GA., S. A. L. RY. 



graph of the passenger depot at this point shows 
a fine structure. Lyons, Tooms County. — Pop. 
1,000. The county seat, 75 miles west of Savan- 
nah. This is an exceptionally good point for 
farmers seeking a suitable soil in which to raise 
a variety of farm products. The land is also well 
adapted to growing watermelons. This town has 
all the financial, educational and commercial con- 
veniences enjoyed by other towns of similar size. 
Ohoopee, Tooms County. — Pop. 200. Re- 
sources, timber and clay. Collins. — Pop. 300. 
Manassas. — Pop. 300. Belleville. — Pop. 300. 
Hagan. — Pop. 800. Claxton. — Pop. 1,250. 
Daisy. — Pop. 200. These six towns are in Tatt- 
nall county. Groveland, Bryan County. — Pop. 
300. Reka. — Pop. 300. Pembroke. — Pop. 500. 
Lanier. — Pop. 200. Ellabelle. — Pop. 200. Cuy- 
ler. — Pop. 100. The last five towns are in Bryan 
county. Meldrin, Effingham County. — Pop. 
500. All of the above towns are prosperous, being 
located in a fertile region. They are in a splen- 
did agricultural section, extending from Lyons 
eastward to Savannah, a distance of 74 miles 
along the Seaboard Air Line Railway. Through- 
out the entire country referred to there are re- 
sources of various kinds, such as timber, good 
clay, fertile soils, which are especially adapted to 
raising the famous Georgia watermelon, fine cot- 
ton and various other agricultural products. 
Peaches are cultivated with much profit. Canta- 
loupes also do well. Farms have been selling be- 
low their intrinsic value, but this will not be for 



long, as experienced farmers with much fore- 
sight are migrating to this land, which is won- 
derfully endowed by nature. The climate is 
salubrious and all other conditions are favorable 
to enjoyable living, as well as money-making. 

Savannah, Chatham County. — Pop. 75,000. 
Upon the site of Savannah the colony of Georgia 
was founded. Savannah is a city with an historic 
past — a city, therefore, of incentive. Savannah 
lies in the active progressive present and looks 
forward confidently to the golden future. Savan- 
nah is the greatest South Atlantic port, the ocean 
gateway through which passes the major part of 
the commerce not only of Georgia but a large 
portion of the South, the Middle West, and even 
the great Northwest. Savannah is distinctively 
a city of commerce. Among some of Savannah's 
more important commercial and manufacturing 
enterprises are fifteen financial institutions ; sev- 
eral ably edited newspapers ; a number of whole- 
sale establishments handling various classes of 
goods ; five hotels, popular with tourists and gen- 
eral traveling" public ; box, barrel, basket and crate 
factories; several brick kilns; numerous jobbers 
and dealers ; five candy factories ; three canneries ; 
five ice factories, having in connection well 
equipped cold-storage facilities ; cotton mills ; cot- 
tonseed oil mills ; brewery ; a dozen large fer- 
tilizer factories and several smaller ones ; five 
iron, machine and general repair shops ; two 
dozen lumber buyers and jobbers; fifteen plants 
manufacturing lumber, sash, doors, blinds, etc.; 



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live marble works ; three mattress factories , 
nearly a dozen naval stores, and still more ex- 
porters ; one dozen dealers in oysters and fish ; 
more than two dozen produce dealers ; numerous 
grain, hay and vegetable brokers; a dozen large 
shippers of meats and provisions ; and many other 
smaller business establishments. There were 
1,306,854 bales of cotton handled through the port 
of Savannah for the fiscal year ending August 31, 
1913. The amount of imported fertilizer material 
for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1913, was 
198,618 tons. The leading export city of Georgia 
is Savannah, having developed an export trade 
of considerable extent. The value of the exports 
from Savannah were last year more than twice as 
great as the value of exports from San Francisco. 
Savannah, with its equable climate, fine roads, 
picturesque scenery, beautiful resorts and points 
of historic interest, is a delight to the tourist, the 
automobilist and the pleasure seeker. On ac- 
count of the extraordinary good roads around 
Savannah the city is very popular with automo- 
bilists, and the enthusiasts of this sport come 
from various points in this as well as foreign 
countries, visiting for many weeks, while some 
of them remain for the entire winter to enjoy 
this sport and salubrious climate. This is a 
favorite place for having automobile cup races. 
Savannah is indeed a beautiful place, having fine 
streets, numerous adornments in the way of 
monuments of high-class architecture and various 
kinds of trees and shrubbery which grow lux- 
uriantly. The city's banking facilities are unex- 
celled by any in the South. Its financial institu- 
tions are strong and progressive, yet conserva- 
tive. The surrounding country is imperial in 
agriculture, the products of the soil being the 
best. All kinds of farming products as well as 
a large variety of fruits are produced all along 
the Seaboard Air Line Railway extending west 
from Savannah to Montgomery and extending 
south of Savannah along the Atlantic coast of 
Georgia, as well as throughout the greater part 
of Florida. The Seaboard Air Line Railway's 
territory west of Savannah in South Georgia is 
productive of various kinds of fruits, such as 
cantaloupes, peaches and watermelons. The 
wonderful Rockyford cantaloupe is successfully 
grown, especially at Albany and contiguous 
points. The famous Elberta peach is cultivated 
with great profit and as produced throughout 
this section is an exceedingly luscious fruit. The 
world-renowned Georgia watermelon attains per- 
fection in South Georgia in the territory of the 
Seaboard Air Line Railway west of Savannah. 
Whether it is on account of the climate or the 
soil, or both, it can be truthfully said that this 
fruit as produced in this part of the State is de- 
licious. The excellent fruits, superior vegetables, 
fine cotton and other farm products which orig- 
inate at points in Georgia on the Seaboard Air 
Line Railway and which pass through Savannah 
destined to various centers for distribution to the 
people is enormous. Of course, the city's local 



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STREET SCENE. CEDARTOWN, GA., S. A. L. RY. 



consumption of agricultural products, as the 
reader must know, is quite large. This conclu- 
sion must also apply to the consumption of raw 
materials from the interior. The exportation of 
raw materials and manufactured products from 
the port of Savannah is tremendous. That por- 
tion of the traffic of the Seaboard Air Line Rail- 
way from the territory heretofore mentioned as- 
sumes enormous proportions, especially in cotton, 
lumber and naval stores. A composite cut fea- 
tured on one of these pages shows views of 
property owned by the Seaboard Air Line Rail- 
way on Hutchinson Island at Savannah. This 
is the most perfectly equipped terminal, both as 
to berth room for vessels and for storage facili- 
ties for import and export cargoes, on the South 
Atlantic coast. In addition this terminal is 
equipped with every modern facility for the 
prompt and economical handling of package 
freight moving to and from the port of Savannah. 
This company also maintains at Savannah ample 
team, track and yard facilities for the receipt and 
discharge of solid carload shipments moving into 
and from Savannah. The barrels on the naval 
stores dock in the cut referred to above cover an 
area of 20 acres and number 70,000. Figuring 
on a conservative average price of about 
$8 per barrel the value of this display is in ex- 
cess of $500,000. The naval stores facilities pos- 
sessed by the Seaboard Air Line Railway at 
Savannah for handling the rosin and turpentine 
shipped from the interior are unsurpassed by any 
railway in the South. The illustrations published 
herein of the union passenger station and other 
scenes give an idea of the city from a business 
as well as a scenic standpoint, which, combined 
with the existing climatic conditions, make it an 
ideal city in every respect. Rincon. — Pop. 200. 
Stillwell. — Pop. 200. Clyo. — Pop. 300. All in 
Effingham county. These are the principal towns 
on the Seaboard Air Line Railway from Savan- 
nah northward to the Georgia-South Carolina 
dividing line. In this territory of about a dozen 
miles enormous quantities of watermelons are 
raised; also other fruits, vegetables, cotton, hay 
and grain. 

Across North Georgia, from Alabama to 
South Carolina. Esom, Polk County. — Popu- 



lation 200. Sixty-nine miles west of Atlanta. 
This is the first station in Georgia on the Ala- 
bama division of the Seaboard Air Line Railway, 
running in an easterly direction through the 
northern part of the State. Cedartown, Polk 
County. — Pop. 6,000. Sixty miles west of At- 
lanta. The illustration inserted here shows the 
main thoroughfare of this city with a number of 
its fine buildings. Cedartown is not only an at- 
tractive city from a scenic standpoint, but it 
should prove exceedingly interesting to settlers 
looking for a desirable location in which to con- 
duct most any kind of manufacturing or com- 
mercial enterprise. Sites are easily obtained, 
rents are reasonable, taxes low and climatic con- 
ditions favorable. The advice we have received 
from some of the substantial business men is to 
the effect that any information or assistance pos- 
sible looking to the establishment of new enter- 
prises will be cheerfully given. The city is con- 
veniently located near the Birmingham iron dis- 
trict and within easy access of the jobbing facili- 
ties offered by Atlanta. The town is surrounded 
with magnificent farming lands producing high- 
grade cotton and various other farm products. 




SCENE AT THE BARTOW COUNTY FAIR. CARTERSVILLE. 
GA., S. A. L. RY. 

WHERE FINE LIVESTOCK AND AGRICULTURAL PRO DUCTS ARE 
ANNUALLY EXHIBITED. 



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■PAY DAY" IX GEORGIA, S. A. L. RY. 



Fish, Polk County. — Pop. 300. Fifty-two miles 
west of Atlanta. Resources same as pre- 
ceding town described. Cartersville, Bartow 
County. — Pop. 5,000. County seat. This town 
is located at the terminus of the Rockmart-Car- 
tersville branch, 23 miles from Rockmart on the 
main line. Cartersville has all necessary financial 
institutions to take care of the needs of the peo- 
ple and has good educational facilities. The 
city has an altitude of 8oo feet, is healthy, has 
good water and other advantages. There is no 



section in North Georgia having a greater diver- 
sity of mineral deposits. Ochre is found here in 
quantities. Iron ore is found in abundance, not 
only in this vicinity, but more or less east of this 
point to Atlanta, and the country all the way 
from here to Birmingham along the Seaboard 
Air Line Railway is dotted here and there with 
iron deposits. Other minerals shipped are 
beauxite, crude graphite, cement, lime and some 
gold. The inhabitants of Bartow county are very 
proud of this portion of Georgia and their county 




STATE CAPITOL. ATLAXTA, GA., S. A. L. RY. 

THIS IS ONE OF THE MOST BEAUTIFUL OF SOUTHERN STATE CAPITOLS. 



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fair each year is quite an event, live-stock being 
exhibited and agricultural products displayed in 
great profusion. Stilesboro, Bartow County. — 
Pop. ioo. Thirteen miles north of Rockmart. 
This is purely a cotton district. Taylorsville, 
Bartow County. — Pop. 200. Nine miles north 
of Rockmart. Large quantities of fine cotton 
raised and shipped. Portland and Aragon, 
Polk County. — Combined population 2,000. 
Four and one-half and four miles, respectively, 
north of Rockmart. Location of a large plant 
manufacturing Portland cement. Rockmart, 
Polk County. — Pop. 1,500. Forty-seven miles 
west of Atlanta, junction of the Seaboard Air 
Line Railway main line, with its branch extend- 
ing from Rockmart to Cartersville, a distance of 
23 miles. This town is located in the beautiful 
Euharlee Valley with a mountain range south of 
it. Rockmart has a large cement manufacturing" 
plant ; two enterprising banks ; live newspaper ; 
brick kiln; quarry; three saw-mills; two plants 
manufacturing" dressed lumber, window frames, 
sash, doors, blinds and shingles ; and a number of 
smaller industries. The Board of Trade is 
anxious to interest investors in the establishment 
of wholesale grocery, cotton mill, fertilizer fac- 
tory and additional plants for manufacturing 
brick, as there is an abundance of shale in this 
section. Slate is also found here in abundance. 
The surrounding agricultural section is good and 
the farmers will find this an attractive feature 
to investigate. Thomas. — Pop. 100. Dallas. — 
Pop. 1,400. Hiram. — Pop. 300. All in Pauld- 
ing County. Powder Springs, Cobb County. 
Pop. 600. Floyd, Cobb County. — Pop. ioo. 
These towns are the principal shipping points of 
a most magnificent territory between Rockmart 
and Atlanta, a distance of 47 miles, and traversed 
by the Seaboard Air Line Railway. Good loca- 
tions for those desiring to engage in trucking, 
as enormous amounts of vegetables are consumed 
by Atlanta, to say nothing of the fine facilities 
offered for the transportation of perishables to 
eastern markets. 

Atlanta, Fulton County. — Population 190,- 
000. County seat. Atlanta is the capital of 
Georgia, and the phenomenal stride made by this 
city in connection with the wonderful progress 
of the entire State has focused the attention of 
the eyes of the manufacturing, commercial and 
investing world upon this section of the South. 
Atlanta, without a doubt, has a greater variety 
of industries than any other city in the South. 
Intensely interesting is the history of this city. 
When these progressive people looked with tear- 
ful eyes upon the charred and blackened debris 
of their beloved city their thoughts were soi-11- 
brous ; but not for long, for in the mighty abyss 
of woe they saw a single but sufficient ray of 
hope — that unison of spirit which has always 
been prevalent here. They prophesied and after- 
wards executed through united efforts the up- 
building of a great metropolis, as evidenced by 
the Atlanta of to-day. The enterprise and ability 



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SOME OF THE CLUBS AND PUBLIC BUILDINGS, ATLANTA, GA., S. A. L. RY. 

I. FULTON COUNTY COURT HOUSE. 2. UNITED STATES POST OFFICE. 3. BROOKHAVEN CLUB. 4. EAST LAKE CLUB. 
5. ELKS' CLUB. 6. ARMORY AND AUDITORIUM. 7. PIEDMONT DRIVING CLUB. 8. CAPITAL CITY CLUB. 



122 



displayed by the city's newspapers and the high 
standing of the financial institutions are unsur- 
passed in the South. There are located here 
agencies for practically all the automobile manu- 
facturers in the country. This city also has sev- 
eral agricultural implement works ; eight candy 
and syrup factories ; two coffin factories ; four 
cotton mills, knitting mill ; seven cottonseed oil 
mills ; a great many electrical establishments ; 
more than a dozen fertilizer factories ; thirteen 
foundries and machine shops; three iron and 
steel plants; one-half dozen furniture factories; 
iron bed factory; half dozen ice factories; sev- 
eral cold-storage plants ; a half dozen plants 
manufacturing lumber and building material; a 
dozen marble works ; nine mattress and bed 
spring factories ; numerous paper-making fac- 
tories ; shoe factory ; two soap factories ; stove 
works ; three cigar and cigarette factories ; a 
large number of wholesale and jobbing establish- 
ments ; and hundreds of other industries too nu- 
merous to mention. Atlanta is a great mule 
trading center, more of these animals being im- 
ported and distributed from this point than from 
any other section in the South. As a jobbing and 
wholesale distributing center Atlanta is of won- 
derful importance. The magnitude of the city's 
varied interests is so large that it would be quite 
impossible to do this city justice within a limited 
space. A book could be written regarding At- 
lanta and still there would be more to tell. W. H. 
Leahy, a well-known authority on industrial 
subjects and Industrial Secretary of the Atlanta 
Chamber of Commerce, contributes the following : 
"Atlanta has an area of 26% square miles. The 
city is located six miles from the Chattahoochee 
river, from which the water supply of the city is 
drawn and used after being carried through a 
modern filtering plant and is very healthful water. 
The altitude of Atlanta is 1,050 feet above the 
sea level. The city occupies a commanding site 
on the crest of the ridge that divides the water- 
shed of the South Atlantic coast from that of the 
Gulf of Mexico. A glance at the map will indi- 
cate that Atlanta is so geographically located as 
to make it a natural distributing point for the 
southeastern territory, considering such territory 
as bound on the north by the Ohio and Potomac 
and on the west by the Mississippi rivers. At- 
lanta possesses the advantage of water power 




TYPICAL SCENES IX GEORGIA, S. A. L. RY. 

I. SALES DAY AT UNION STOCK YARDS, ATLANTA. 2. THE NEGRO 
IN ALL HIS GLORY. 

which is conveyed from the Chattahoochee river 
and Tallulah falls and is unexcelled throughout 
the country. Atlanta has more than 550 diversi- 
fied manufacturing interests and a climate un- 
surpassed in the United States. The healthful- 
ness of the city is one of the chief factors which 
should attract settlers. Fourteen railroads radi- 
ate from the city of Atlanta like spokes in a 
wheel, and 137 passenger trains operate into and 
out of the city daily. The terminal facilities of 
the railroads are excellent and the Chamber of 
Commerce is in possession of full data with re- 
spect to available factory and general business 
sites on and near the terminals of the railroads 
and elsewhere. Atlanta being in the center of the 
southeastern territory offers an equalization of 
freight rates, thus providing another attraction 
for business locations. Facilities for local transit 
in the city include 199 miles of modern street 




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SOME OF THE BUSY STREETS IN ATLANTA, GA., S. A. L. RY. 

I AND 2. MARIETTA. 3. NORTH UROAD. 4. FORSYTHE. 5. WHITEHALL. 6. PEACHTREE. 



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ROCKMART, GA.— ONE OF THE LARGE PLANTS MANUFACTURING PORTLAND CEMENT 

ALONG THE S. A. L. RY 




TYPICAL MARKETING SCENE IN THE COTTON BELT, S. A. L. RY. 




LOADING COTTON, STATHAM, GA., S. A. L. RY. 
ONE OF MANY SIMILAR VIEWS IN THE PROSPEROUS SECTIONS OF THE SOUTH SERVED BY THE S. A. L. RY. 



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GWINNETT COUNTY COURT HOUSE, LAWRENCEVILLE, 
GA.. S. A. L. RY. 

railway which transports nearly 200,000 passen- 
gers per day. This system reaches in every di- 
rection beyond the city limits and extends into 
some places eight and nine miles, touching the 
various manufacturing centers, the largest of 
which are located in the outlying districts. The 
school system is considered the finest in the 
South. There is also located in the city of At- 
lanta a school of technology where 900 young 
men are now receiving training in technical work. 
Many large and commodious office buildings are 
located in Atlanta, while many more are being 
projected. The rapidity with which these build- 
ings fill up with offices of representatives of local 
and outside business enterprises has been a 
source of wonder to many, but Atlanta is exceed- 
ingly desirable as a business center and a point 
of distribution for general business throughout 
the South. The Industrial and Statistical Bureau 
of the Atlanta Chamber of Commerce is in pos- 
session of data from which to reply to all in- 
quiries regarding the commercial, industrial, so- 
cial, educational, climatic and other conditions of 
the city. Atlanta welcomes all good citizens and 
business enterprises." Howells Transfer, Ful- 
ton County, four miles from center of Atlanta, 
is a part of the latter city, and at this point the 



Seaboard Air Line Railway exchanges a large 
amount of traffic with six railway connections. 
Montreal. — Pop. 200. Fifteen miles east of At- 
lanta. Tucker. — Pop. 300. Eighteen miles east 
of Atlanta. Both in DeKalb county. Opportuni- 
ties are here for those desiring to engage in 
trucking business, as a good market may be had 
in Atlanta and superior shipping facilities are at 
hand. Lilburn. — Pop. 150. Twenty-three miles 
east of Atlanta. Gloster. — Pop. 100. Twenty- 
seven miles cast of Atlanta. Loganville. — Pop. 
700. Located at terminus of Loganville branch 
10 miles from Lawrenceville on main line and 
44 miles east of Atlanta. Grayson. — Pop. 400. 
Midway between Loganville and Lawrenceville, 
39 miles east of Atlanta. Lawrenceville. — Pop. 
2,000. County seat, 34 miles east of Atlanta. 
Dacula. — Pop. 300. Forty miles east of Atlanta. 
Auburn. — Pop. 300. Forty-five miles east of At- 
lanta. All these towns are in Gwinnett county. 
They are the principal towns between Atlanta 
and Winder, a distance of 52 miles. In this ter- 
ritory farming is carried on extensively. The 
products are chiefly cotton, corn, oats and hay. 
Additional manufacturing plants are being estab- 
lished from time to time in this prosperous re- 
gion. Winder, Jackson County. — Pop. 3,000. 
Fifty-one miles east of Atlanta. Has good 
banking and educational facilities, also modern 
conveniences equal to any town of its size. 
Has several industries and others would pay. 
Statham, Jackson County. — Pop. 1,000. Fifty- 
nine miles east of Atlanta. Has good bank- 
ing facilities and educational institutions, several 
industries, and others would pay. Enormous 
quantities of cotton are shipped annually. Else- 
where in this book is shown an illustration de- 
picting the Seaboard Air Line Railway's depot 
platform and the street literally covered with baled 
cotton, and the depot hands loading same into a 
car for shipment. Bogart, Oconee County. — 
Pop. 500. Sixty-three miles east of Atlanta. 
Wonderfully productive in cotton, there being 
over 3,000 bales of this product shipped from this 
station each year. Farmers desiring good lands 
will not be disappointed here. The town has 
financial facilities and good schools. Athens, 
Clark County. — Pop. 20,000. Countv seat. 7; 




GRADING COTTON, ATHENS, GA.. S. A. I.. RY. 
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miles east of Atlanta. Here cotton is king. This 
product is extensively raised east and west of 
this point along the line of the Seahoard Air Line 
Railway. Athens is a great cotton market, the 
fleecy staple being handled here on an enormous 
scale by factors through whom it is marketed. 
The scene on opposite page entitled "Grading 
Cotton, Athens, Ga., is a fair sample of 
the largest scale on which this valuable product 
is handled in the warehouses here and shipped 
to spinners in this and other countries. This 
city consumes many thousands of bales per 
annum for the purpose of manufacturing cloths, 
yarns and other cotton goods. Athens has sev- 
eral cotton mills, several banks, two ice factories, 
cold storage, wagon and buggy factory, two cot- 
tonseed oil mills, two fertilizer factories, grist 
mill, foundry and machine shop, planing mills, 
sash, door and blind factories, two marble works, 
two mattress factories, two live newspapers, pot- 
terv, numerous small industries, as well as whole- 
sale grocers, dry-goods and hardware establish- 
ments, with opportunities for more. Hull, Mad- 
ison County.— Pop. 200. Seventy-nine miles 
east of Atlanta. Has grist mill and two saw- 
mills. Cotton country. Colbert, Madison 
County. — Pop. 350. Eighty-four miles east of 
Atlanta. Has financial facilities. Fine deposits 
of clay here. Openings : Prick works, cotton 
mills, cottonseed oil mills and fertilizer factories. 
Some of the citizens will join capitalists in the 
establishments of these industries. Comer, Mad- 
ison County. — Pop. 1,200. Here cotton reigns 
supreme and the shipments of this product from 
this point are exceedingly large. The citizens 
are consequently very prosperous. Comer has 
banking facilities and all the conveniences of 
towns of similar size. Money is plentiful and 
most any kind of enterprise will pay. Berkeley, 
Madison County. — Pop. 600. Ninety-five miles 
east of Atlanta. Large quantities of cotton are 
grown in this vicinity and shipped from this pros- 
perous town. Prospective settlers will do well 
to investigate this place as a good point of loca- 
tion. Has bank and educational institutions, as 
well as all modern conveniences. People pros- 
perous. Oglesby, Elbert County. — Pop. 200. 
One hundred miles east of Atlanta. The prin- 




atlanta-birmingham special passixg through 
athens, ga.. s. a. l. ry. 

cipal shipment in the agricultural line is that of 
cotton, which does fine here. A few small tracts 
of land may be purchased at this point. Elber- 
ton, Elbert County. — Pop. 8,000. County seat, 
107 miles east of Atlanta. Has four banks, news- 
paper, large cotton mill, magnificent cottonseed 
oil mill, two fertilizer factories, machine shop, 
lumber plants, marble works, cold-storage and 
ice plant, wholesale grocery and other substantial 
business enterprises. This town is located in a 
superior cotton-producing region. Accompany- 
ing this article is featured a well-equipped cotton- 
seed oil mill, one of the largest on the Sea- 
board Air Line Railway. This is a splendid loca- 
tion for the investment of money by those de- 
siring to engage in the pursuits of agriculture, 
manufacturing and commerce. Middleton, El- 
bert County. — Pop. 300. One hundred and 
thirteen miles east of Atlanta. This is a cotton- 
producing and shipping point. These lands have 
also been demonstrated to be suitable for peach 
culture and may be purchased at from $30 to $50 




elberton oil mills, 
a large and well-equipped cottonseed oil mill, elberton, 



GA., S. A. L. RY 



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THE ELBERTA PEACH IS SUCCESSFULLY CULTIVATED 
AT HEARDMOXT. MIDDLETOX, RENFROE AXD 
OTHER POIXTS IX GEORGIA ALONG THE S. A. L. RY. 



THE FAMOUS ELBERTA PEACH, GEORGIA, S. A. L. RY. 

per acre. The experiments along this line have 
produced a very superior peach and the attention 
of fruit growers is especially called to this sec- 
tion. Heardmont, Elbert County. — Pop. ioo. 
One hundred and seventeen miles east of Atlanta. 
This is another peach-producing point and the 
lands here are the same as those just described. 
Too much cannot be said in regard to the ad- 
vantages of peach culture in this region as this 
luscious fruit is grown to perfection here. 
Growers will do well to investigate. This com- 
pletes the description of the cities and towns in 
North Georgia on the Seaboard Air Line Rail- 



GEORGIA 

By DAN G. HUGHES, Assistant Commissioner of Agriculture 



Georgia, the largest State east of the Missis- 
sippi, has a wide range of altitude and climate and 
an unusual diversity of soil types. Between the 
mountains and the ocean the principal staple 
crops of the entire United States are somewhat 
successfully grown on a commercial scale. Wheat 
has always been grown to advantage in the 
northern and middle sections; corn is one of the 
principal crops throughout the entire State, the 
yield of the past year being estimated at 72,- 
000,000 bushels; tobacco, rice and sugar cane 
are profitably grown in the southern part of the 
State ; the production of cotton in Georgia last 
year was near 2,500,000 bales, valued with the 
seed at approximately $175,000,000. The major 
portion of the long staple cotton crop of the 



country is produced in Georgia ; oats, water- 
melons, rye, potatoes and all the vegetables in 
common use also succeed well. The northern 
section of the State is becoming a heavy pro- 
ducer of high-grade apples grown in commercial 
orchards and the industry promises to be one of 
the State's most important interests. There are 
two zones in which commercial peach orchards 
have long been operated at a profit, the annual 
shipments ranging around 5.000 cars. Pecan 
growing is attaining large proportions in the 
southern part of Georgia, many thousand acres 
of nut trees coming into bearing each year. The 
legumes, crops which are the foundation of mod- 
ern agriculture, range in Georgia from alfalfa 
and the clovers to the cowpea, soy bean and 



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velvet bean, all of which are successfully and 
profitably grown, each in the section and upon 
the soil to which it is peculiarly adapted. The 
State's most apparent deficiencies are in dairying, 
cattle raising, poultry and hog raising. Profit- 
able opportunities for each of these lines may be 
found throughout the entire State. In the south- 
ern part of Georgia there arc thousands of acres 
of cutover lands that when cleared of timber and 
stumps are ideal for modern machine farming. 
Several drainage projects are under way in this 
section which will add to the value of much land 
now lying idle. This section is also well adapted 
to trucking for the eastern markets and there is 
a considerable industry along that line already 
established. The products of South Georgia 
truck farms come into market between those of 
Florida and the more northerly truck belts. 
Georgia's population is well divided between 
rural and urban and the numerous cities and 
towns afford good markets for farm products of 
all sorts. In this respect it has the advantage of 
other southern States. According to the last 
census there are 2Q 1,000 farms in Georgia and 
abundant room for several times that many more. 
The State pays much attention to agricultural 
education, having twelve district agricultural 
schools and a State institution of high rank. 
The public school system is good and is supple- 
mented by State, private and denominational 
schools and colleges. The industrial resources 
of Georgia are almost as varied as the agricul- 
tural. In the upper section are great marble 
fields which are worked in many quarries that 



supply building marble for the most pretentious 
structures in the land. The granite industry is 
also large and important, giving employment to 
several thousand people at various quarries. 
Georgia marble and Georgia granite are as 
famous in the building material field as the 
Georgia peach and the Georgia watermelon are 
in the line of delectable food products. The 
mineral resources of the mountain region are 
valuable and extensive, but not so well developed 
as the marble and granite. Gold, coal, bauxite, 
asbestos, iron, kaolin and other minerals are all 
produced on a commercial scale. The hardwood 
timber resources of the State are being vigorously 
developed and are rich and important. For years 
the State has been a leading producer of yellow 
pine lumber and still remains an important factor 
in that field. The woodworking, naval stores 
and wood turpentine industries are wealth-pro- 
ducing industries in the State to-day. Georgia 
stands well as a manufacturing State, having 
large interests in cotton and wool textile, cotton- 
seed products, cement and lime, brick, terra cotta, 
sewer pipe, drain tile and roofing tile plants. The 
cities have much diversified manufacture in 
small plants that employ in the aggregate thou- 
sands of operatives. Hydro-electric plants at 
various points supply cheap power that is trans- 
mitted for long distances and is having an im- 
portant bearing on the increase of manufacture 
industry. A list of products manufactured in the 
State would include most articles that enter into 
general trade. 




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SOUTH CAROLINA 



SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILWAY CITIES AND TOWNS REPRESENTED BY AGENCIES 



From Garnett on the southern border to 
Kollocks on the northern border. Garnett. — 
Pop. ioo. Scotia. — Pop. 300. Estill. — Pop. 
700. Luray. — Pop. 500. Gifford. — Pop. 200. 
All in Hampton county, the last-named town 
being 84 miles south of Columbia. These towns 
comprise 22 miles of territory on the Seaboard 
Air Line Railway, running eastwardly from the 
first-mentioned point. The lands in this section, 
and in fact all along the railway throughout the 
State, are agricultural in nature, as well as being 
wonderfully resourceful in many other respects. 



at Ulmers, as well as a bank. Olar has a bank, 
but a hotel requiring limited capital will likely 
pay. Denmark, Bamberg County. — Pop. 1,300. 
Fifty-one miles south of Columbia. Fine cli- 
mate, fine schools, fine banks and a fine town in 
general. The financial institutions and other 
business enterprises take a pride and interest in 
the welfare of the town and are anxious to have 
those desiring to establish manufacturing enter- 
prises or to carry on farming in this vicinity in- 
vestigate the possibilities here. Hix. — Pop. 700. 
Neeces. — Pop. 400. Livingston. — Pop. 250. 




STATE CAPITOL. COLUMBIA, S. C, S. A. L. RY. 



< )pportunities for prospective settlers are abun- 
dant. Fairfax, Barnwell County. — Pop. 700. 
Seventy-four miles south of Columbia. Has two 
banks, brick works, cottonseed oil mill and sev- 
eral smaller enterprises. Sycamore. — Pop. 200. 
Ulmers. — Pop. 350. Both in Barnwell county. 
Olar. — Pop. 600. Govan. — I 'op. 200. These 
two towns in Bamberg county, the latter being 
58 miles south of Columbia. These four points 
comprise a territory of 15 miles of splendid farm- 
ing lands, some of which may be bought very 
reasonably. It is thought that a hotel will pay 



North. — Pop. 1,100. Woodford. — Pop. 400. All 
in Orangeburg county. Gaston. — Pop. 100. 
Swansea. — Pop. goo. The two latter in Lexing- 
ton county. All these towns are comprised 
within a territory of 52 miles from Denmark to 
Columbia. This is an exceptionally fine country 
and well worth the attention of the capitalist and 
laborer. Farmers arc able to grow almost any 
agricultural product in this territory. Cotton, 
corn, hay and vegetables all thrive here. Enor- 
mous quantities of cotton are shipped from this 
territory as well as from the other points previ- 



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ously described. It is thought that cottonseed 
oil mills will pay at Hix and North, as great 
quantities of cottonseed are available. Oppor- 
tunities exist at the latter for investments in box, 
barrel, basket and crate factories, as more than 
200 cars of lumber manufactured for this pur- 
pose are shipped away annually. Swansea has 
a factory making vegetable packages, barrels, 
etc., and as there is considerable timber adapted 
to the purpose it is thought that a plant manu- 
facturing furniture, chairs especially, will pay. 
Labor is cheap and water supply abundant. 

Columbia, Richland County. — Population 
57,000. This is the capital and the State's great- 
est metropolis. The bank clearings of this city 
are over $1,000,000 a week, its financial institu- 



Columbia a desirable point at which to establish 
a furniture factory or any other woodworking 
plant. All industries using cotton fabrics should 
do well in Columbia. Situated as it is in the 
heart of a rich agricultural section, success should 
come to all plants engaged in the manufacture or 
distribution of articles sold to farmers. Factories 
having for their products boots and shoes, 
wagons and buggies, harness, overalls, drain tile 
and similar products would be advantageously 
located in Columbia. Columbia does not supply 
one-tenth of the demand of its trade territory. 
Aside from the market right at its doorstep, with 
splendid and adequate transportation facilities, 
Columbia will have within a few months an abun- 
dance of cheap electric power. About. 25 miles 



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tions being splendidly equipped and well con- 
ducted. Columbia has an excellent system of 
public schools, a large number of commercial 
establishments and factories, ample water supply 
of good quality, and is surrounded by a wonder- 
fully fertile and productive country especially 
adapted to the cultivation of cotton, corn, tobacco 
and general agricultural products. There are 
six mills operating over 250,000 spindles. Among 
other large industries are big machinery plants, 
large fertilizer factories, lumber mills, absorbent 
I cotton factories, etc., there being in all some 57 
1! manufacturing plants within the city. Within a 
short distance of Columbia are millions of feet 
of hardwood timber easily accessible, thus making 



from the city, on the Broad river, is located a 
new electric power plant, the power being 
brought to Columbia on transmission lines. The 
present capacity of this plant is 18,000 horse- 
power, while provision has been made for in- 
creasing this to 27,000 horsepower as soon as 
the demand warrants. Columbia is a city of 
beautiful homes and wide, spacious, well-paved 
streets lined with beautiful shade trees. It is 
laid out with checker-board regularity, and an 
efficient street car system adequately covers the 
city and suburbs. Columbia is a live, up-to-date 
growing town, and any industry locating here now 
or in the near future will, naturally, reap the 
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TRAIN LOAD OF ROUGH STONE FROM QUARRIES NEAR CASEY. S. C. S. A. L. RY. 

LARGE QUANTITIES OF STONE ARE SHIPPED FROM THIS POINT TO VARIOUS PARTS OF THE COUNTRY FOR CONSTRUCTION 

WORK AND OTHER PURPOSES. 



make possible. Perhaps no better testimonial to 
the growth and prosperity of the city of Colum- 
bia could be found than in its fine and commo- 
dious hotels and its tall and imposing office build- 
ings. The central location of this city, the indus- 
trious and progressive spirit of its citizens as 
individuals, and its Chamber of Commerce and 
other organizations as representative bodies, to- 
gether with the remarkably fertile and resource- 
ful territory surrounding it, combine to make 
Columbia an attractive point for the location of 
commercial and manufacturing establishments, 
while its climate and general health conditions as 
well as its natural beauty make it a desirable place 
of residence. Blaney. — Pop. 300. Lugoff. — 
Pop. 400. These two towns are in Kershaw 
county. The latter point is 29 miles north of 
Columbia. The region from Columbia to Cam- 
den, of which these towns are the principal points, 
is exceedingly fertile and should prove attrac- 
tive to those desiring to purchase and cultivate 
farm lands. Camden, Kershaw County. — Pop. 
4,000. The county seat, 33 miles north of Co- 
lumbia. Camden is far famed as a winter resort. 
The climate is exceedingly salubrious, and has 
lured for centuries those in search of health and 
recreation. The scenery for miles around is 
very entrancing and is marked with well-trodden 
bridle paths and automobile roads traveled by the 
fashionable and wealthy from all sections of the 
country. This resort has a number of excellent 
and well-conducted hotels. While Camden is so 
widely known as a charming resort, yet it has a 
number of enterprises, such as brick kiln, two 
lumber plants, ice plant, two newspapers, three 



banks, stores well stocked with goods of medium 
and high-class grades. Cassatt. — Pop. 100. 
Bethune. — Top. 40. In Kershaw County. 
McBee. — Pop. 500. Middendorf. — Pop. 100. 
Patrick. — Pop. 100. In Chesterfield County. 
These are the principal towns, representing a 
splendid agricultural region along the Seaboard 
Air Line Railway between Camden and Cheraw, 
a distance of 55 miles. Advantageous territory 
for those desiring to engage in raising farm 
products. The people are prosperous, cotton and 
other agricultural products bringing to them a 
large revenue, and most any additional enterprise 
established in this part of the State will prove 
remunerative. Cheraw, Chesterfield County'. 
— Pop. 3,500. Eighty-eight miles north of Co- 
lumbia. Has four banks, a large crate factory, 
plant producing veneer, marble works, brick- 
works, two planing mills, sash, door and blind 
factory, fertilizer works, iron works and several 
smaller industries. Opening for cotton mills 
and cottonseed oil mills, as plenty of cotton of 
finest quality is raised here and consequently an 
abundance of seed. Opportunity also for wood- 
working establishments, such as furniture fac- 
tories, wagon works and agricultural implement 
factories, as there is an abundance of timber, 
cheap electric power from dam producing 38,000 
horsepower nearby. These products could be 
easily marketed as the transportation facilities 
are excellent. Capital is invited to investigate. 
Kollocks, Marlboro County. — Pop. 100. 
Ninety miles north of Columbia. This vicinity 
and the lands east of here to the North Carolina 
border are the same class as those heretofore 




A SNAPSHOT OF THE CENTER OF COLUMBIA. S. C. S. A. L. RY. 

THIS CITY IS KNOWN FAR AND WIDE FOR ITS LARGE COTTON MILLS AND OTHER MANUFACTURING PLANTS. AS WELL AS BEING A FINE 

COMMERCIAL AND EDUCATIONAL CENTER. 



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described in South Carolina, the producing quali- 
ties of which have been previously set forth. 

From Calhoun Falls on the western border 
to Van Wyck on the eastern border. Calhoun 
Falls. — Pop. 400. Watts. — Pop. 100. Both in 
Abbeville county, these towns being fourteen 
and seven miles, respectively, from Abbeville, the 
county seat. These arc the principal towns em- 
braced in the 17-mile territory from the State 
line eastward to Abbeville. Calhoun Falls, which 
was once the center of the plantation of former 
Vice-President John C. Calhoun, is now the site 
of cotton manufacturing plants. Abbeville, Abbe- 
ville County. — Pop. 5,500. The county seat, 137 
miles east of Atlanta. Has banking facilities, 
good schools, large cotton mills, a large lumber 
plant, oil mill and several smaller industries. 
Two ginneries are kept busy during the cotton 
season to take care of the crop, which is im- 
mense. Additional cotton mills, cottonseed oil 
mills and cotton warehouse would probably pay. 
Repair shops of the Seaboard Air Line Railway 
are located here, a view of which and a picture 
of the Savannah river are shown on one of these 
pages. The Seaboard Air Line Railway crosses 
the Savannah river near Calhoun Falls, S. C. 
Greenwood, Greenwood County. — Pop. 10,000. 
The county seat, 154 miles east of Atlanta, junc- 
tion with Piedmont& Northern Railroad. Has five 
large cotton mills, two lumber plants, ice factory, 
foundry and machine shops, large marble works, 
fertilizer factories, oil mills, largest cotton gin- 
nery east of the Mississippi river, wholesale gro- 
ceries, as well as a number of other industries, 
including a number of banks, public and high 
schools, female college and military institute. 
Various manufacturing enterprises, such as cot- 
tonseed oil mill, woodworking establishments and 
other industries should pay, as there is an abun- 
dance of raw material in this rich country, with 
the advantage of cheap electric power. Cross 
Hill, Laurens County. — Pop. 1,000. Fourteen 
miles east of Greenwood. This is the station for 
the famous Harris Springs mineral water, located 
nearby. Has bank, cottonseed oil mill, and is 
situated in a splendid agricultural section, pro- 
ductive principally of cotton. There is an enor- 
mous quantity of mineral water shipped from 
the springs to points all over the country. 
Mountville, Laurens Countv. — Pop. 300. 
Nineteen miles north of Greenwood. Has bank, 
good school and is surrounded with lands that 
are productive of farm products, cotton being the 
principal product. Clinton, Laurens County. — 
Pop. 4,500. One hundred and eighty-one miles 
east of Atlanta. Prosperous people in a resource- 
ful country. Has three banks, three cotton mills, 
cottonseed oil mill, fertilizer factory, lumber 
plant, marble works and several smaller indus- 
tries. Prominent citizens advise they need dairy, 
steam laundry, green grocery and cold-storage 
plant. Renno, Laurens County. — Pop. 100. 
Seven miles north of Clinton, same character of 
lands as in the last several towns described. 




I, S. A. L. RY. TRAIN CROSSING SAVANNAH RIVER NEAR CALHOUN 

FALLS. S. C. 2. PASSENGER DEPOT, ABBEVILLE, S. C, S. A. L. RY. 

3. YARDS AND SHOPS OF THE S. A. L. RY.. ABBEVILLE, S. C. 

Whitmire, Newherry County. — Pop. 1,400. 
Seventeen miles east of Clinton, 198 miles east of 
Atlanta. Has well-managed bank as well as one 
of the most magnificent cotton mills on the Sea- 
board Air Line Railway. In fact, the payroll 
from this mill and sub-enterprises keep the town 
in a state of affluence, consequently it is a very 
fine trading center. Splendid opportunities are 
presented for various kinds of agricultural in- 
dustries here as the town has a very rich section 
to draw from in every direction. Carlisle, Union 
County. — Pop. 500. Nineteen miles east of 
Clinton. Resources : fine quarry, brick clay, cot- 
ton and corn producing lands. Ships 2,500 bales 
of cotton annually. Parties desiring to purchase 
lands should look this vicinity over. Pride 
and Leeds. — Both of these towns are in Chester 
county. Carlisle, Pride and Leeds comprise a ter- 
ritory of 29 miles from Whitmire to Chester, in 
which an abundance of hay, corn and cotton, 
especially the latter, are easily raised and with 
much profit. A limited acreage through here 
may be purchased which will net the farmer 
handsome returns on his money. Chester. — Pop. 
5,000. Edgemoor. — Pop. 400. Harmony. — Pop. 
100. All in Chester county and embrace a ter- 
ritory of 18 miles of fertile lands in which there 
is carried on an extensive tilling of the soil. 
There are three banks located at Chester, as well 
as a number of industrial plants, such as lumber 
mills, cottonseed oil mill, cotton mills, ice factory, 
two newspapers and several other enterprises. 
Any town in Chester county will prove a desir- 



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A COTTON MILL AT GREAT FALLS. 

ONE OF THE MANY LARGE MILLS IN SOUTH CAROLINA ON THE S. A. L. RV. 



able place for investment and habitation. Great 
Falls. — Pop. 6oo. Fort Lawn. — Pop. 500. Both 
in Chester County on a branch of the Seaboard 
Air Line Railway running from Spence on the 
main line, which latter point is 26 miles west of 
Monroe. Great Falls is 21 miles from Spence 
and is the location of a large cotton mill. The 
large power plants at Great Falls and Rocky 
Creek are operated in conjunction, delivering ap- 
proximately 130,000 horsepower. This power is 
used by flour mills, cottonseed oil mills, ginneries, 
fertilizer plants and various other plants; 160 
cotton mills are served with the power generated 
here and 35 cities and towns are supplied. The 
water power here is deemed of sufficient im- 
portance to justify featuring on these pages. It 
is a magnificent sight, remarkable for the power 



generated and the great possibilities for future 
use in the line of manufacture. Manufacturers 
should not overlook the advantages to be found 
here and at other points on the Seaboard Air Line 
Railway similarly endowed. Fort Lawn is ac- 
cessible to the above water power and, like Great 
Falls, is a magnificent point for the location of 
manufacturing enterprises. Catawba, York 
County. — Pop. 200. Van Wyck, Lancaster 
County. — Pop. 400. The latter is 21 miles west 
of Monroe. These two are the principal points 
between Spence and the dividing line of South 
and North Carolina. Not only in this immediate 
vicinity, but in all the territory just described in 
the northwestern portion of the State of South 
Carolina are to be found golden opportunities for 
investors. 



SOUTH CAROLINA 

By E. J. WATSON, Commissioner of Agriculture, Commerce and Industries 



South Carolina in the matter of material de- 
velopment throughout the past year has made 
remarkable progress. All of the figures show- 
ing the development in agriculture and in- 
dustrial enterprises are not yet available, but pre- 
liminary figures of the State Department of 
Agriculture, including such federal figures as are 
available, are sufficient to warrant this statement. 
Agriculture is, of course, the leading industry 
of the State, overshadowing all others combined. 
The value of all agricultural products of the State 
jumped in the last census decade from $51,- 
324,000 to $141,983,000. Last year the value of 
the corn, cotton, tobacco, wheat, oats, hay and 
potato crops alone — just seven, without consid- 
ering rice, fruits or anything else embraced 
in the above decade totals — aggregated $154.- 
518,119, as against $123,219,043 for the same 
crops in 1912 and $111,137,889 (census) in 1910. 
The corn crop last year was 4,566,000 bushels 
greater than the previous year, the average yield 
per acre having reached 20 bushels, which is 
within two bushels of the average for the United 
States, representing an increase of $10,484,880. 
The tobacco crop in 1913 was 8,962,000 pounds 
greater than that of 191 2, for which the growers 



received $4,584,339, or $1,930,896 increase over 
previous year. Last year 245,000 more bushels 
of wheat were produced than the previous year, 
showing the tendency to raise food supplies at 
home, and this represents an increase of $101,400. 
The cotton crop of last year was the second 
largest the State has ever raised, was best in 
quality ever marketed, and in round figures was 
worth $100,000,000. The gross income to the 
people from agriculture last year may be conser- 
vatively said to have been approximately $160.- 
000,000, or more than three times what it was in 
1900. This is without regard to the live-stock 
industry, which is also increasing steadily and 
rapidly. The other chief economic phase of South 
Carolina's industry is manufacturing, which is be- 
ginning to challenge agriculture. In the decade 
from 1900 to 1910 the value of manufactured 
products jumped from $53,336,000 — exceeding 
agriculture at that time — to $1 13.236,000. In 1912 
the manufactured products jumped to $124,544,- 
080. Last year was a prolific one in all branches 
of industry, the value of the manufactured prod- 
ucts of all industries being $141,157,302. The 
principal item in the State's manufacturing in- 



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dustry is the textiles. The textile plants in 
money value turned out last year goods almost 
to the value of the cotton crop of the State and 
nearly to the amount of the capital employed. 
There has been an increase of $4,998,092 in cap- 
ital invested in one year. The increase in value 
of annual product at the midseason census was 
$5,239,513, while the final figures show an in- 
crease in this regard of $11,283,072. The value 
of the product is $84,785,152, and the capital in- 
vested is $88,767,738. Water power develop- 
ments upon a large scale are progressing rapidly 
and electric-driven interurban lines are being 
built and are getting into operation. In the 
towns and cities diversified small industries are 
starting up one after another — modern steel 
frame buildings are being built, transportation 



facilities are being augmented, values of farm 
and urban property are increasing steadily and 
substantially, banking is in a health)' condition 
and the State's commerce is developing. Prepara- 
tions are being made with a view of making the 
most of the opportunities to be afforded by the 
opening of the Panama Canal through our own 
ports, notably Charleston, and upon all construc- 
tive lines of endeavor the commonwealth is mov- 
ing forward with the steady stride that is charac- 
terizing the development of agriculture. This 
brief resume of the record of the past year in 
plain figures reveals more forcefully than any 
other description the splendid opportunities in 
this State that now await the man who is seeking 
a home or looking for sound investment of 
capital. 




SOLID TRAIN LOAD OF LOGS, WILMINGTON. N. C, S. A. L. RY. 



NORTH CAROLINA 

SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILWAY CITIES AND TOWNS REPRESENTED BY AGENCIES 



Wilmington, Hanover County. — Population 
30,000. County seat. Wilmington is the largest 
commercial city in North Carolina and is located 
at the head of the Cape Fear ocean gateway with 
400 miles of island navigation and six railroads 
extending in all directions, making this port one of 
the most desirable distributing points on the 
South Atlantic coast. Wilmington is situated at 
the junction of two large rivers along .which 
millions of feet of black, sweet and tupelo gum, 
pine and hardwood grow. The wood is being used 
for furniture, columns, boxes, handles and other 
general purposes. Wilmington is among the 
foremost of the Atlantic seaports. It is chiefly 
noted as a wholesale and banking center. This 
city has shown material progress in the erection 
of business buildings and residences during the 
past year, permits having been issued for about 
500 dwellings and business houses, which in- 
clude the new union station, large cold-storage 
plant, magnificent new bank building, Young 
Men's Christian Association building, Cape Fear 
Club and other large structures. This section 
has a wonderful climate, having neither extreme 
heat nor extreme cold. Average temperature, 
72 degrees ; average winter temperature, 48 de- 



grees. The average rainfall is 5i 5 / 100 inches; 
average annual clear days, 132. The excellent 
climatic conditions largely contribute to abundant 
crops, the custom of growing two and three crops 
a year on the same land being very general. The 
productiveness of the soil and unequalled oppor- 
tunities for trucking are attracting settlers from 
all parts of the country. The Chamber of Com- 
merce writes as follows: "Wilmington has better 
freight rates than any city in the State. Sur- 
passes all other North Carolina cities in distribu- 
ting advantages for the manufacturer and whole- 
saler. There is a belt line around the city reach- 
ing many desirable manufacturing sites, which 
may be secured at reasonable cost. As a deep 
water port it serves as a gateway for a large 
territory. This city has made splendid progress 
during the past five years, particularly noticeable 
in the many municipal improvements, which ag- 
gregate an expenditure of over $1,000,000. It 
has also gone forward with rapid strides in build- 
ing operations, which amounted to more than 
$1,000,000 last year. There are about 50 whole- 
sale houses located here and the business through 
this port by these concerns last year is estimated 
at $70,000,000. As a banking center Wilmington 



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WILMINGTON, N. C, S. A. L. RV. 

I. SECTIONAL VIEW OF THE CITY. 2. MAIN STREET SCENE. 



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undoubtedly leads in North Carolina. Wilming- 
ton has been recognized for many years as the 
fourth port in the United States in the exports 
of cotton, about 317,831 bales of cotton being 
exported last year. There were imported in 191 3 
through Wilmington about 183.499 tons of fer- 
tilizer materials for use in the manufacture of 
fertilizer, and for the same period there were 
shipped from this point about 263,000 tons of 
this manufactured product. The Cape Fear river 
has 26 feet of mean low water from Wilmington 
to the ocean. We have at present, eleven large 
terminals which emphasizes its importance as a 
distributing point. Large cargoes from foreign 
markets are discharged at these terminals, which 
supply the demand from the interior. Wilming- 
ton has in addition to its splendid financial and 
educational facilities, several wholesale establish- 
ments, fertilizer factories, cotton mills, wood- 
working plants, compresses, large lumber plants 
and numerous other industries, all prosperous. 
The city welcomes investments in the way of new 
enterprises and will meet all well-meaning pros- 
pective settlers with open arms. Wilmington 
offers large inducements to the manufacturer and 
investor. There is an abundance of common la- 
bor to be secured here and manufacturers will do 
well to consider the many advantages this city 
offers in deciding upon a location for a factory. 
Wilmington's advantages as North Carolina's 
only deep-water seaport and its relative impor- 
tance to the Panama Canal has recently caused it 
to be recognized with greater significance than 
ever before. The distance from Wilmington to 
Colon, Panama, by steamer route is only 1,552 
miles. Large water front storage warehouses 
have been provided during the past three years, 
enabling this port to become the distributing cen- 
ter for a large territory." In this city are located 
a number of large water front terminals of the 
Seaboard Air Line Railway, the erection of which 
marked a new era in the development of this 
port. Acme, Columtu-s County. — Pop. 300. 
Councils. — Pop. 100. Elkton. — Pop. 100. Clark- 
ton. — Pop. 300. Abbottsburg. — Pop. 200. Bla- 
denboro. — Pop. 300. These last five in Bladen 
county. Allenton, Robeson County. — Pop. ioo. 
These seven towns comprise 67 miles of one of the 
most favored sections for the production of farm 
and garden products in the land and covers from 
Wilmington to Lumberton. Cotton, corn and 
other farm products grow abundantly. The scene 
on page 174 entitled "Ready for Picking" is 
a field in this section. Vegetables produced here 
are unsurpassed anywhere. At Clarkton enor- 
mous quantities of strawberries are grown suc- 
cessfully and marketed with much profit. At a 
number of other points in each direction from 
here along the Seaboard Air Line Railway these 
and the other varieties of berries and melons are 
raised quite extensively. Clarkton and Bladen- 
boro have banks. The latter has fine cotton mills. 
Lumber business is carried on to considerable ex- 
tent in the above section. Special attention of 







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parties desiring to follow the trucking business is 
directed to the fertility of the soil in this part of 
the State. Lumberton, Robeson County. — Fop. 
2,500. Sixty-seven miles from Wilmington. Has 
three banks, two newspapers, four cotton mills, 
all doing well ; several smaller enterprises and 
commercial establishments all successful. The 
watermelon industry is one of the greatest of all. 
This product is raised here to large size and is 
of fine flavor. On account of the perfection to 
which they attain on these lands in the vicinity 
of Lumberton and in each direction along the 
Seaboard Air Line Railway, they are raised by a 
number of growers solely for the purpose of 
supplying seed to other parts of the Lnited 
States. We have depicted in this publication a 




IX AXD XEAR LUMBERTON, X. C, S. A. L. RY. 

1. 600 "SEED" WATERMELONS. 2. STREET SCENE ON "A 
SUMMER'S DAY." 

scene showing a harvest of such melons, there 
being 600 in this one pile. One of the financial 
institutions at Lumberton advises that a hosiery 
mill at this point would pay, as well as an ice 
facton- and other enterprises requiring a limited 
amount of capital. Lowe. — Pop. ioo. Pem- 
broke. — Pop. 300. Seventy-two and seventy- 
eight miles respectively from Wilmington, both 
in Robeson county, are the two principal sta- 
tions between Lumberton and Maxton, which ter- 
ritory covers 21 miles of splendid lands producing 
farm and garden products along the Seaboard 
Air Line Railway and deserving of the attention 
of prospective settlers. Maxton, Robeson 
County. — Pop. 1,500. Eighty-eight miles from 
Wilmington. This town has a splendid water 




STRAWBERRIES 

ARE CULTIVATED AND SHIPPED EXTENSIVELY, RESULTING IN LARGE 

PROFITS TO THE GROWERS AT CLARKTON, N. C, AND AT POINTS 

IN BOTH DIRECTIONS FROM HERE, ALONG THE S. A. L. RY. 

and sewerage system, graded schools, female col- 
lege, several banking institutions, large cotton- 
seed oil mills, lumber plant and sash and door 
factory. Cotton mill, additional lumber plants 
and other industrial plants requiring limited cap- 
ital will unquestionably pay as raw materials are 
at hand, taxes low, labor abundant and exceed- 
ingly reasonable. The town is building very rap- 
idly and its successful and continued growth is 
assured. Cotton and watermelons grow prolific- 
ally in this vicinity, as also do strawberries and 
dewberries. Laurinburg, Scotland County. — 
Pop. 2,500. County seat, 95 miles from Wil- 
mington. Has agricultural implement factory, 




MAXTON, N. C. S. A. L. RY. 

PICKING COTTON (i) BY HAND AND (2) BY MACHINERY. 



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AT MAXTON, X. C, S. A. L. RY. 

PASSENGER DEPOT. 2. ONE OF THE MANY FINE COLLEGES TO 
BE FOUND IN THE STATE. 



cottonseed oil mill, two fertilizer factories, ma- 
chine shop and other enterprises. Has newspaper 
and two banks. Another and progressive finan- 
cial institution will receive hearty support. The 
amount of cotton produced along the Seaboard 
Air Line Railway in each direction from this 
point is enormous. Other agricultural products, 
corn especially, do well. More than ioo carloads 
of cantaloupes are shipped from here each sea- 
son, which, together with the great quantities of 
watermelons shipped from the various points 
along this portion of the Seaboard Air Line Rail- 
way are the means of furnishing a lucrative busi- 
ness for the inhabitants. Elmore. — Pop. ioo, 
and Laurel Hill. — Pop. 200. Both in Scotland 
county, 98 and 100 miles respectively from Wil- 
mington, are the two principal shipping points 
between Laurinburg and Hamlet, and comprise 
an agricultural territory of 15 miles. Several 
cotton mills are also located in this section, and 
more will pay. Rutherfordton, Rutherford 
County. — Pop. 1,200. County seat, 80 miles 
west of Charlotte and 267 miles from Wilming- 
ton. This is the terminus of the Wilmington- 
Rutherfordton line, which portion of the Sea- 
board Air Line Railway crosses through most of 
the State along its southern border. Through- 
out this region fruit culture is conducted very 
successfully and the best of flavors are produced. 
Apples, peaches, grapes, melons and berries all 
do well here. Rutherfordton has banks, good 
schools, lumber plants, cotton mills, ice factory, 
newspaper and numerous other enterprises. 
Those having a limited amount of capital to in- 



vest will find this vicinity as well as other points 
on the Seaboard Air Line Railway east of here 
deserving of attention. Forest City, Ruther- 
ford County. — Pop. 1,800. Four miles east of 
Rutherfordton and 76 miles west of Charlotte. 
Has bank, cotton and hosiery mills, sash, door 
and blind factory. Openings for additional enter- 
prises of these and other kinds exist here. Plenty 
of timber nearby to supply establishments making 
furniture, wagons, buggies and agricultural im- 
plements. Bostic, Rutherford County. — Pop. 
300. Seven miles east of Rutherfordton and 7$ 
miles west of Charlotte. Cotton, corn and wheat 
are the chief products. A good opening for 
flour and grist mills. Has bank and good schools. 
Caroleen. — Pop. 2,000. Henrietta. — Pop. 2,000. 
Cliff side Junction. — Pop. 100. All in Ruther- 
ford count}'. These three towns are on the five 
branches running out from Ellenboro. This ter- 
ritory is devoted to the cotton mill industry. El- 
lenboro, Rutherford County. — Pop. 300. 
Mooresboro. — Pop. 300. Lattimore. — Pop. 400. 
All in Cleveland county, 67, 64 and 60 miles 
respectiveh' west of Charlotte. These are the 
principal towns between Bostic and Shelby 
covering 20 miles of Seaboard Air Line Rail- 
way territory, which is productive of apples, 
peaches, grapes, watermelons, cantaloupes, 
strawberries and other berries ; farm products of 
all kinds, such as cotton, corn and wheat. Shelby, 
Cleveland County. — Pop. 3,200. County seat, 
53 miles west of Charlotte. This town has sev- 
eral good banks and hotels, live newspaper and a 
number of industries. Good point of location for 
more. Waco, Cleveland County. — Pop. 200. 
Cherryville, Gaston County. — Pop. 1,200. 
Crouses, Lincoln County. — Pop. 200. Forty- 
five, forty-two and thirty-seven miles respect- 
ively west of Charlotte. These are the principal 
towns in the territory of 21 miles along 
the Seaboard Air Line Railway from Shelbv to 
Lincolnton. These lands are fertile and produc- 
tive of cotton, grain and melons. Cherryville has 
two banks, two lumber plants, one newspaper, 




PASSENGER STATIOX, SHELBY, X. C, S. A. L. RY. 



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SOUTH TRYOX STREET AND MANUFACTURERS' CLUB. CHARLOTTE, N. C, S. A. L. RY. 



two cotton mills, grist mill, foundry and other in- 
dustries. Good point of location for more. The 
territory referred to should attract capital and 
labor. Lincolnton, Lincoln County. — Pop. 
2,500. Thirty-two miles west of Charlotte. Has 
two banks, two newspapers, eleven cotton mills, 
brick works, flour mills, lumber plant, marble 
works, handle factory, and there is a good open- 
ing here for additional woodworking establish- 
ments, cotton mills, cottonseed oil mills and other 
enterprises. Iron, Lincoln' County. — Pop. 200. 
Stanley Creek. — Pop. 400. Mount Holly. — 
Pop. 600. These last three towns in Gaston 
county, 25, 18 and 11 miles respectively west of 
Charlotte. These three towns are the principal 
ones between Lincolnton and Charlotte, which 
territory covers 31 miles of a splendid farming 
section along the Seaboard Air Line -Railway. 

Charlotte, Mecklenburg County'. — Popula- 
tion 50,000. County seat. The city of Charlotte 
is the center of the largest textile industry in the 
United States. The number of cotton mills in a 
circle of 100 miles of Charlotte is 435, operating 
1,225,000 spindles. The raw material is drawn 
from every direction throughout the cotton belt, 
but a large portion of the cotton consumed is 
grown in this part of Xorth Carolina. Char- 
lotte has splendid transportation facilities through 
the Seaboard Air Line Railway and its connec- 
tions. The city is penetrated by four railroad 
lines. Among some of the most important indus- 
tries are the following: 25 cotton factories, em- 
ploying 12,000 people; 15 clothing factories; cot- 



tonseed oil mills ; fertilizer works ; carding cloth ; 
reed and harness factories ; mattress factories ; 
several lumber plants ; ice factories ; plow and 
agricultural implement factories ; sash, door and 
blind factories ; cigar factories and numerous 
other enterprises. There are more than a dozen 
banks located in Charlotte and in this respect it is 
well provided. Within 50 miles of Charlotte are 
located four enormous hydro-electric plants, 
which generate a total of about 225,000 horse- 
power. This power not only supplies Charlotte 
but a number of other important cities throughout 
Xorth Carolina and adjoining States. The views 
depicted in the summary showing horsepower 
plants at Great Falls and Rocky Creek represent 
a large proportion of this wonderful resource. 
Additional views are shown of Charlotte, South 
Tryon street and Manufacturers' Club on one of 
these pages. On another page is shown a 
cut under the title of "One of the Many 
Fine Cotton Mills at Charlotte." The city 
has newsy and well-edited newspapers. In 
view of the favorable climatic conditions, raw 
material at hand, the accessibility of splendid 
water power, abundance of labor, as well as many 
other advantages, Charlotte offers splendid op- 
portunities for the investment of capital. Math- 
ews, Mecklenburg County. — Pop. 500, and 
Indian Trail, Union County. — Pop. 300. 
Eleven and fifteen miles respectively east of Char- 
lotte. These are the most important towns be- 
tween Charlotte and Monroe, covering a territory 
of 24 miles. Cotton is the principal crop. Wax- 



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ONE OF THE MANY FIXE COTTOX MILLS AT CHARLOTTE. X. C, S. A. L. RY. 



haw. — Pop. 700, and Mineral Springs. — Pop. 
ioo. Both in Union county, twelve and eight 
miles respectively south of Monroe. Same class 
of territory as just described. Monroe, Union 
County. — Pop. 4,200. The county seat, 24 miles 
east of Charlotte, 53 miles west of Hamlet, 163 
miles west of Wilmington and 150 miles from 
Raleigh, the latter the State capital. From this 
point the Seaboard Air Line Railway runs to 
Hamlet and Wilmington, and from Hamlet to 
Norfolk, Richmond and intermediate points : 
from here to Rutherfordton and westward to At- 
lanta, Birmingham and intermediate points. This 



Company has large freight depot and yards at: 
this point. Pictures of these shipping facilities,, 
including the passenger depot and a street scene 
entitled "In the Land of Cotton," are printed on 
these pages. The first of these pictures gives a 
faint idea through this sectional view of the yards 
of the enormous amount of freight traffic handled 
and transferred at this point. Monroe has several 
banking institutions, educational facilities, live 
newspapers, four lumber plants, three factories 
making buggies, carriages and wagons ; three 
cotton mills, one cottonseed oil mill, one grist 
mill, three wholesale grocers, one wholesale hard- 




PASSEXGER DEPOT. MONROE, X. C. S. A. L. RY. 




S. A. L. RY. FREIGHT YARDS, MOXROE, X. C. 



J 44 




'IN THE LAND OF COTTON." 

A STREET SCENE, MONROE, N. C. 



ware house and several other enterprises. It is 
thought that a wholesale dry-goods establish- 
ment and a wholesale house handling drugs 
would pay, as neither of these classes of mer- 
chandise are wholesaled near here. Wingate. — 
Pop. 400. Marshville. — Pop. 600. Both in 
Union county. Peachland. — Pop. 300. Polkton. 
— Pop. 300. Wadesboro. — Pop. 2,500. These 
three in Anson county, the latter being 28 miles 
east of Monroe. These five towns comprise a 
fertile region along the Seaboard Air Line Rail- 
way. All classes of agricultural products are 
raised, cotton being the chief crop. Opportuni- 
ties are presented for farming or for those look- 
ing for a desirable territory in which to locate. 
There are banks located at Wingate, Peachland, 
Polkton and Wadesboro. The latter has cotton 
mill, cottonseed oil mill, fertilizer factorv, two 
lumber plants, newspapers, etc. Lilesville. — Pop. 
500. Pee Eee.— Pop. 700. Both in Anson 
county, 33 and 37 miles respectively east of Mon- 
roe. These are the principal stations between 
Wadesboro and Rockingham, covering 19 miles 
of fine cotton country, in which, however, all 
other kinds of farm products are raised success- 
fully. Regarding water power, there is featured 
on one of these pages a photo of a 32,000 horse- 
power hydro-electric plant at Blewett Falls on 
the Great Pee Dee river about eight miles from 
Rockingham, N. C, on the Seaboard Air Line 




STREET SCENES IN ROCKINGHAM, N. C. S. A. L. RY. 

I. A PROMINENT CORNER AND OFFICE BUILDING. 2. ONE OF THE 
PRINCIPAL THOROUGHFARES. 




ONE OF THE FINE COTTON MILLS IN NORTH CAROLINA, ROCKINGHAM, S. A. L. RY. 



145 



Railway. Power is distributed from this and other 
plants of the company over transmission lines 
operated at 100,000 volts to Raleigh, Henderson, 




LNES IN ROCKINGHAM, N. ('.. S. A. 

TOMATO CANNING CLUB. 2. COTTON COMING INTO 



Oxford, Goldsboro, Smithfield, Clayton, Sanford, 
Jonesboro, Fayetteville, Rockingham, Hamlet, 
Wadesboro and Lumberton, all in North Caro- 
lina, and Cheraw, S. C. Rockingham, Rich- 
mond County. — Pop. 2,500. The county seat. 
Is 47 miles east of Monroe and 6 miles west of 
Hamlet. Has banks and many industries. This 
is a prominent cotton manufacturing point, there 
being 10 factories. Cotton reigns supreme, nearly 
every inhabitant throughout this entire region 
raising more or less of the fleecy staple. An il- 
lustration entitled "Typical Scene Throughout the 
Cotton Belt" depicted on one of these pages shows 
the activity of the cotton commercial situation ; 
another. "Cotton Coming Into Bloom," com- 
bined with view showing "Tomato Canning 
Club," and still another street scene will give a 
general idea of the prosperity of this vicinity. 
Any industry consuming farm and garden 
products will unquestionably prosper here. 
Hamlet, Richmond County. — Pop. 3,500. 
From this town the Seaboard Air Line Railway 
diverges in four directions, one line covering its 
territory to Norfolk, Richmond and intermediate 
points ; one running along the southern border of 
North Carolina to Wilmington : lines spreading 
along the southeastern border of the same State 
to Rutherfordton, and via Monroe and through 
South Carolina to Georgia points, including At- 
lanta, thence on through Alabama as far as 
Birmingham; then from this portion of the 
State of North Carolina through South Carolina 
into Georgia, where it again spreads at Savannah 
with lines running on through south Georgia and 
Alabama to Montgomery and Savannah to Jack- 
sonville and other Florida points. Because of the 
railway facilities offered, the accessibility of raw 
materials, the water power nearby, and for other 
obvious reasons, Hamlet should prove an exceed- 
ingly attractive point to manufacturers and those 
desiring to engage in commercial pursuits, such 
as wholesale houses handling every branch 
of business patronized by the trade. The view of 
the water power referred to is very realistic to 
those awakened to the potentialities of this re- 
source. This town has banking facilities, good 
schools, several commercial establishments, but 
more will perhaps pay, as this is a fine trading 
center. Cognac. — Pop. 100. Hoffman. — Pop. 
200. Both in Richmond county. Keyser. — Pop. 
200. Pine Bluff. — Pop. 100. These latter two 
in Moore county. These stations represent the 
territorv from Hamlet to Aberdeen, a distance of 
2^ miles. In this vicinity and beyond, which is 
north of Hamlet, the Seaboard Air Line Railway 
is double tracking its system. This section is fill- 
ing up very rapidly with farmers from the North 
and Northwest, who are apprising their friends 
1 if their success in fruit culture and trucking, 
and this is having a good effect. Aberdeen, 
Moore County. — Pop. 900. Seventy-two miles 



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PASSENGER STATION. S. A. L. RY.. HAMLET, N. C. 



south of Raleigh, the State eapital ; Junction R. 
C. & S. and Aberdeen & Rockfish R.R.'s. I [as 
banking facilities, good schools, grist mill, whole- 
sale grocery, and is a good location for manu- 
facturing enterprises as well as farmers. This is 
the point where the Seaboard Air Line Railway's 
through traffic connects for the famous resort 
Pinehurst, Moore County, the place to which 
flock the fashionable world to enjoy the salu- 
brious climate, obtain health and recreation in 
such sports as golf, horseback riding, driving, 
automobiling, shooting game and fox hunting. 
Further promulgating this section pictorially 
special attention is called to accompanying views 
of Pinehurst and the surrounding country, which 
is traversed by very fine roads leading in every 
direction — see cut entitled "Good Roads." The 



full-page cut in this publication entitled "Speci- 
men of Fine North Carolina Live-Stock" was 
made from photographs of prize-winning Ayr- 
shire cattle, Percheron brood mares and hogs, 
taken on a farm at Pinehurst. Southern Pines, 
Moore County. — Pop. 600. Twenty-eight miles 
north of Hamlet and 68 miles south of Raleigh. 
As a winter resort Southern Pines has few equals. 
Its climate is unsurpassed, its accommodations 
ample and satisfactory, its surroundings unob- 
jectionable and its sanitary conditions perfect. 
The hotels, boarding-houses, homes and cottages 
for rent have modern conveniences. There are 
well-stocked stores, shops and markets, banking 
facilities and four churches. Southern Pines is 
on the main line of the Seaboard Air Line Rail- 
way, insuring the best of modern traveling facili- 




STREET SCENES, ROCKINGHAM, N. C, S. A. L. RY'. 

I.' COTTON BEING HAULED TO THE CITY FOR MANUFACTURE OR SHIP- 
MENT. 2. TYPICAL SCENE IN THE COTTON GROWING SECTION. 



PINEHURST. N. C. S. A. L. RY'. 

FINE BIRD DOGS MAY BE OBTAINED AT THE KENNELS. 
2. EQUESTRIAN "GYMKHANA." 3. FOX HUNTING. 



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SPECIMENS OF FIXE LIVESTOCK ALONG THE S. A. L. RY. 

RAISED AT PINEHLRST, N. C. NEARLY ALL FIRST PRIZE WINNERS AT LAST YEAR'S STATE FAIR. I. AYRSHIRE*, PRIZE 
WINNERS. 2. GRADE PERCHERON MARE AND FIVE- WEEKS-OLD FILLY. 3. PERCHERON BROOD MARES. 4. FIRST 
PRIZE. YEARLING SOW. 5. FIRST PRIZE EXHIBITOR'S HERD. 6. FIRST PRIZE YEARLING HOAR. ~. FIRST PRIZE SOW 
UNDER A YEAR, AND CHAMPION. 



148 



ties and luxuries. No finer trains enter the South 
than the Seaboard's solid vestibuled trains of 
steel Pullmans and coaches that carry tourists 
from New York to Southern Pines in 16 hours, 
with schedules so arranged that travelers reach 
their destination at convenient hours morning 
and evening. On the subject of climate, Dr. John 
Warren Achorn says: "It has often been re- 
marked upon that the milk buttles in the Sand 
Hills are of an irridescent lavender color. It is 
explained that they are made of ordinary white 
glass, but that on exposure on doorsteps or dry- 
ing shelves they soon take on this beautiful color. 
This is due to actinism, that quality in the sun's 
rays by which chemical changes are produced. 




XORTH CAROLINA VIXEYARD. S. A. L. RY. 

THE SCUPPERNONG GRAPE IS CULTIVATED ON A LARGE SCALE IN THIS 
STATE, ESPECIALLY IN THE SOUTHERN PINES SECTION 

The red rays of the sun are those which cause 
heat waves, the violet rays affect the eve and 
have to do with the light, while the ultra-violet 
rays are the ones which produce the actinic effect 
and color the milk bottles. These rays, accord- 
ing to the discoveries of scientific man, pene- 
trate into our bodies and cause oxidation and in- 
creased metabolism (change), thereby- promot- 
ing the elimination of waste matter in the 
system and the regeneration of the tissues of the 
body. This section is thus exceptional as a 
health resort." Niagara. — Pop. 200. Lake View. 
Pop. 300. Vass.— Pop. 400. Cameron.— Pop. 
300. All in Moore county. Lemon Springs, 
Lee County. — Pop. 200. These are the principal 




"GOOD ROADS" AROUXD PIXEHURST AND SOUTHERN 
PIXES, X. C. S. A. L. RY. 

THERE ARE EXCELLENT ROADS OVER NEARLY ALL OF THE STATE 



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DEWBERRY CULTURE IX MOORE COUNTY. X. C, XEAR CAMERON'. S. A. L. RY. 



towns in the territory from Southern Pines to 
Sanford, comprising- 26 miles along the Seaboard 
Air Line Railway. The climate here is salubrious 




SCENES IN AXD AROUND SANFORD, N. C, S. 

I. ONE OF THE MANY FINE ROADS IN THIS STATE. 2. 
PLANTATION. 3. UNION PASSENGER STATION. 



A. L. RY, 

COTTON 



and otherwise suitable for the cultivation of 
grapes, peaches, dewberries and strawberries, 
and the soil, which is equally important, is unex- 
celled for the successful growing of these fruits. 
Al Niagara and other vicinities along this portion 
of the line the scuppernong grape is cultivated 
and marketed with much profit. Lake View is 
the site of a very large and beautiful body of 
pure water and there is located here a grain mill 
with a capacity of 100,000 bushels per year. 
\ r ass has a bank and cotton mill. Cameron is 
the largest dewberry shipping point on the Sea- 
hoard Air Line Railway, but from a number of 
stations for many miles in each direction large 
quantities of this berry and other fine fruits are 
shipped. These lands are also splendidly 
adapted to the growth of cotton, corn, oats and 
tobacco. Sanford, Lee County. — Pop. 2,500. 
kitty-live miles north of Hamlet and 42 miles 
south of Raleigh. lias several banks, good 
schools, two large furniture factories, basket and 
crate factory, butter-dish factory, lumber plants, 
ice plant, large foundry and machine works, cot- 
tonseed oil mill, cotton mill, large broom factory 
and a live newspaper. In the composite cut which 
we publish entitled "Scenes In and Arouil 1 San- 
ford" the different views will give a fair idea of 
this vicinity. The views referred to are a fine coun- 
try road, Sanford's union passenger station and 
prosperous plantation near the city. The citizens 
arc enterprising and anxious to co-operate with 
newcomers. Colon. — Pop. too. Osgood. — Pop. 
too. Both in Lee county. Pittsboro (on branch 



LSO 



from Moncure, n miles distant). — Pop. 600. 
Moncure. — Pop. 200. Merry Oaks. — Pop. 800. 
These three in Chatham county. Bonsai. — Pop. 
100. New Hill. — Pop. 150. Apex. — Top. 1,250. 
Cary. — Pop. 500. The latter four in Wake 
county. The above are the principal towns in 
the very fertile region along the Seaboard Air 
Line Railway, comprising a territory of 42 miles 
from Sanford to Raleigh, King Cotton is mon- 
arch of all products here, although the territory- 
is so rich that the various agricultural products, 
such as corn, oats, wheat, hay, as well as berries, 
peaches and melons, are grown with ease and 
with large profit. There are banks located at 
Pittsboro, Merry Oaks, Apex and Cary. Pitts- 
boro has the following industries: Cotton and 
hosiery mills, cottonseed oil mill, fertilizer fac- 
tory, flour mill, handle factory and newspaper. 
Moncure has roller mill. Merry Oaks has two 
lumber plants. Apex and Cary are prominent 
lumber shipping points. In this section great 
quantities of tobacco are raised and shipped. In 
the Apex market there were sold 2,107.538 
pounds of tobacco during the past season, netting 
the growers in the neighborhood of 8550,000, 
the disbursements of this immense sum contri- 
buting considerable affluence to this part of the 
State. It would be difficult for settlers to find a 
more desirable location in which to live and estab- 
lish new enterprises, such as woodworking plants, 
tobacco factories, cotton mills, canneries, etc., as 
this is a healthy section and an abundance of raw 
material of the above character is at hand to sup- 
ply these industries. 

Raleigh, Wake County. — Population 30,000. 
The county seat. This city is the capital of the 
State of North Carolina and one of the most im- 
portant cities on the Seaboard Air Line Railway. 
The Chamber of Commerce sends in the follow- 
ing: "Raleigh, founded in 1792, is naturally the 
political center of the State as well as the geo- 
graphical center. The city contains many points 
of general interest, including the State buildings 
and institutions. This city has an area of four 
square miles and is situated in about the center 
of North Carolina in the midst of a gently rolling 
section of fertile country populated by prosperous 
farmers. Within a radius of 75 miles Raleigh 
has a population of over 830,000. Elevation 363 
feet above sea level. The city enjoys the average 
year round temperature of 60 degrees. Tourists 
find its winters mild and pleasant for outdoor 
pleasures. The eighteen-hole golf course of the 
ideally situated Country Club is available to tour- 
ists throughout the year. Good automobile roads 
in all directions make the city easily accessible 
to the rural districts. Raleigh has a remarkably 
salubrious climate. The principal manufactured 
products of this section are cotton, wool and 
wood. Raleigh has three cotton mills, two knit- 
ting mills, one overall factory, two fertilizer fac- 
tories, one cottonseed oil mill, one flour mill, sev- 



eral woodworking plants where office furniture 
and bank fixtures are manufactured. There is a 
good opening here tor a dye and finishing plant 







RALEIGH, X. C, S. A. L. RY. 



I. FREIGHT DEPOT. 
BUILDING. 



FAYETTEVILLE STREET. 3. MUNICIPAL 
L. UNION PASSENGER STATION. 



151 



to dye and finish yarns and hosiery. Almost any 
industry established here on the proper basis 
would be a good investment. Raleigh is not on a 
boom, but is enjoying a natural steady growth. 
There are eight substantial banks with deposits 
aggregating S8.ooo.ooo. Three of these banks 
have just completed handsome new buildings. 
Raleigh is the electric-power center of eastern 
North Carolina, getting this power from three 
rivers and having an auxiliary steam plant all 
producing 74,000 horsepower, operating all the 
plants here and furnishing light and power to 
more than 25 other points, the total investment 
exceeding $6,500,000. It is the only place in the 
United States getting power from three streams. 
Raleigh has splendid railroad facilities making it 



manufacturing purposes conveniently located for 
railway shipping and with cheap power available. 
The secretary of the Chamber of Commerce will 
be glad to correspond with any manufacturer or 
individual seeking location or desiring further 
information." Millbrook. — Pop. 100. Neuse. — 
Pop. 100. Wake Forest. — Pop. 1,500. These 
three towns in Wake county. Youngsville. — 
Pop. 500. Louisburg. — Pop. 1,800 (on branch 
from Franklinton Junction, 10 miles distant). 
Franklinton. — Pop. 1.000. These three in 
Franklin county. Kittrell, Vance County. — 
Pop. 300. The above towns cover one of the 
best parts of the State along the Seaboard Air 
Line Railway from Raleigh to Henderson, a dis- 
tance of 44 miles. This section is a fine tobacco- 




STATE CAPITOL. RALEIGH. X. C, S. A. L. RY. 



advantageous as a manufacturing center and dis- 
tributing point. It is also a convention center, 
for which there is located here one of the finest 
auditoriums in the South with a seating capacity 
of 5,000. Raleigh is rightly called the educational 
center of North Carolina, for there are in the 
nine colleges and public schools here an enrol- 
ment of over 7,000 students, half of whom are 
from other points. They are provided with lit- 
erary, industrial and agricultural instruction, the 
training being unsurpassed anywhere. Raleigh is 
the greatest shipping point in the country of cot- 
tonseed fur planting. The illustration shown 
<>n page [59 i> of a seed-producing plant 
grown nearby. The city has well-edited news- 
papers. There are many splendid sites for 



growing region, as well as the territory just de- 
scribed west of Raleigh. These lands are well 
adapted to the cultivation of various agricultural 
products, cotton predominating. Wake Forest 
lias banking facilities and several enterprises, with 
room for more. Louisburg is the seat of Franklin 
county. Has three banks, wagon factory, cotton- 
seed oil mill, machine shop, a number of lumber 
plants and other industries, and is an attractive 
point for investors. Franklinton has bank, can- 
nery, cotton mill and five lumber plants. Kittrell 
has bank, three lumber plants and shipping point 
of nursery stock, strawberries and peaches, and 
these products are also shipped to a certain ex- 
tent from other points named above. Fruit cul- 
ture, as well as the raising of tobacco, cotton and 



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SMOKING TOBACCO FACTORY. DURHAM, N. C, S. A. L. RY. 



other general farm products, should prove attrac- 
tive avocations to newcomers, as these lands are 
especially adapted for the purposes stated. ( )n 
account of the accessibility of timber, various 
kinds of woodworking establishments will no 
doubt appeal to manufacturers interested in estab- 
lishing" plants of this character. 

Durham, Durham County. — Population 35,- 
000. The count)' seat. This citv is the greatest 



marble works, mattress factory, enormous leaf 
tobacco warehouses, in addition to the cigarette- 
making interests referred to above. The photo- 
graphs from which the cuts were made and 
inserted herein show a tobacco warehouse and 
factories, which, together with the composite view 
of tobacco, corn and wheat, will give our readers 
some idea of the wealth-producing power of the 
manufacturing interests in Durham and the agri- 




TOBACCO STORAGE WAREHOUSE, DURHAM. N. C, S. A. L. RY. 



of all tobacco growing and cigarette manufac- 
turing centers in, the South. Durham is reached 
via Seaboard Air Line Railway by this Com- 
pany's branch extending from Henderson on the 
main line 41 miles distant, 154 miles from Rich- 
mond and 172 miles from Norfolk, Ya. This 
city has five banks, three cotton mills, hosiery 
mills, ice and cold-storage plant, flour and grist 
mill, iron works, four large lumber plants, three 



cultural resources surrounding. The tobacco 
business in this city is the nucleus from which 
originated the greatest combination of tobacco 
interests in the world to-day. The citizens of 
this city are awake to the potentialities of this dis- 
trict and are ever ready to encourage and enlist 
new enterprises in progressive Durham. Creed- 
moor. — Pop. 400. Oxford. — Pop. 3,000. Hes- 
ter. — Pop. 100. All in Granville county. The 











ONE OF THE IMMENSE PLANTS FOR MANUFACTURING CIGARETTES AND SMOKING TOBACCO AT DURHAM, 

N. C, S. A. L. RY. 



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DURHAM 



I. UNION PASSENGER STATION. , 2. POSTOFFICE AND BUSY CORNER. 
3- MAIN STREET LOOKING EAST. 



tion bringing the highest price of any produced 
in the world and is eagerly sought for manufac- 
turing by buyers from China, Japan and the con- 
tinent of Europe. Henderson sold last season 
nearly 10,000,000 pounds of tobacco, the inhab- 
itants of the count)- realizing over $2,500,000. 
The health of its inhabitants is not exceeded any- 
where, and ample lands are available for new 
settlers. Lands may be bought for $40 per acre. 
Henderson has splendid banking and educational 
facilities, churches and a happy, hustling people. 
This city is 44 miles north of Raleigh, the capital, 
113 miles south of Richmond and 131 miles from 
Norfolk. As before stated, the Seaboard Air 
Line Railway has a line extending from here to 
Durham, 41 miles distant. It would be hard to 
find a better point for the location of industries 
and commercial establishments. Greystone. — 
Pop. 300. Middleburg. — Pop. 200. Both in 
Vance county. Manson. — Pop. 200. Ridgeway. 
— Pop. 400. Norlina. — Pop. 500. These three 
in Warren county. These five towns cover a 
15-mile territory running from Henderson east. 
Greystone has a large quarry, so also has Middle- 
burg. Other resources in the territory named are 
fertile lands producing tobacco, corn, cotton and 
various fruits. Norlina is the point where the 
Seaboard's two main lines from Richmond and 
Norfolk converge. Norlina is 9S miles south of 
Richmond and uf> miles southwest of Norfolk. 
This town has bank, good schools and several 
lumber plants. On account of favorable railroad 
facilities this point is a splendid location for 
enterprises manufacturing various kinds of 
products which may be drawn from both the 
States of North Carolina and Virginia, Norlina 



shipments from these towns consist principally of 
lumber, tobacco, cotton, corn and other farm 
products. These are the principal stations among 
a number of valuable points between Durham and 
Henderson, covering 41 miles of lands gently 
rolling and possessing wonderful fertility of 
soil. Those wishing to engage in the cultivation 
or manufacture of tobacco, as well as other avo- 
cations along the farming and manufacturing 
lines will not go amiss in making a thorough in- 
vestigation of the opportunities of this section 
before investing elsewhere. Creedmoor and Ox- 
ford have two banks each, also several lumber 
plants. There is a cotton mill at Oxford, also 
three buggy factories. Henderson, Vance 
County. — Pop. 10,000. The county seat. An 
ideal location for manufacturing. It has already 
among its industries an automobile factory, two 
bagging factories, four buggy factories, oil mill, 
two fertilizer factories, four tobacco factories, 
five large cotton mills and numerous minor indus- 
tries. Henderson has hydro-electric power at 
minimum cost. The city is located in the center 
of what is considered the golden tobacco belt of 
North Carolina, the tobacco produced in this sec- 




STREET SCEXES. HENDERSON, N. C, S. A. L. RY. 



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VIEW OF THE UNION' PASSENGER STATION. WELDON, 
N. C, S. A. L. RY. 

being only a few miles from the border line of 
these two resourceful States. Substantial citizens 
advise the following enterprises are needed : To- 
bacco warehouses, furniture factory, sash, door 
and blind factory, ice factory, cotton mill, cotton- 
seed oil mill and wholesale establishments. Wise. 
— Pop. 500. Granite. — Pop. 100. Both in War- 
ren county. These are the two shipping points 
for the few miles of agricultural territory between 
Xorlina and the State line. Warren Plains. — 
Pop. 100, junction Warrenton R.R. Macon. — 
Pop. 250. Vaughan. — Pop. 500. All in Warren 
county. Littleton. — Pop. 1,200. Thelma. — Pop. 
100, junction Roanoke Ry. Roanoke Junction. 
— Pop. 100. Roanoke Rapids. — Pop. 5,000. 
The latter four in Halifax county. These are the 
principal towns in the 37-mile territory covered 
by the Seaboard Air Line Railway from Norlina 
to Weldon. Vaughan is the headquarters of two 
large lumber plants. Littleton has two banks, two 
lumber mills, female college and schools. Re- 
sources of the section covered by the above-named 
towns are timber and fertile soil producing fine 
tobacco and cotton, also berries and other fruits 



ami general farm products. Splendid opportuni- 
ties exist here for the outlay of capital which will 
prove exceedingly remunerative, as water power 
and raw materials are abundant. The town of 
Roanoke Rapids has a plant developing 15,000 
horsepower, and there are already in operation 
two cotton mills manufacturing the finest class 
of women's dress goods; one mill manufacturing 
table damask of the finest quality, which has the 
entire world for its market ; paper mill, manu- 
facturing all classes of wrapping paper; and a 
pulpboard mill. All of these industries mentioned 
are running on full time and in a most flourishing 
condition. Other manufacturing plants are in- 
vited, as there is ample room for new industries. 
Weldon, Halifax County. — Pop. 2,500. This 
town has splendid banking facilities, educational 
institutions, three large brick plants, several cot- 
ton and knitting mills, ice factory, one very large 
ami one medium size lumber plants, factory 
making paper cones, live newspaper, and other 
worthy enterprises. There are openings here for 
a number of industries. The citizens are wide 
awake and are always glad to lend a helping hand 
to those desiring; to cast their lot in a progressive 
town backed with fine agricultural lands which 
are the bone and sinew of this State. Gary's. — 
Pop. 200. Gumberry. — Pop. 200. Seaboard. — 
Pop. 400. Margarettsville. — Pop. 200. These 
four in Northampton county and comprise a ter- 
ritory east from Weldon of 17 miles. Agricul- 
ture, manufacturing and commerce are the pur- 
suits, especially the former. Openings here for 
investments in either of these directions. Lewis- 
ton. — Pop. 300. Kelford. — Pop. 400, junction 
A. C. L. Roxobel. — Pop. 500. All in Bertie 
county. Rich Square. — Pop. 400. Woodland. 
— Pop. 400. Potecasi. — Pop. 100. Conway. — 
Pop. 300. Pendleton. — Pop. 100. Severn. — 
Pop. 200. These six in Northampton county. 




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TYPICAL SCENES ALOXG THE S. A. L. RY. 

THREE OF THE GREAT CROPS RAISED. I. NORTH CAROLINA TOBACCO. 2. CORN. 3. WHEAT. 



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The nine towns just named cover all that fer- 
tile section of tiie Seaboard Air Line Railway 
running for more than 30 miles from Lewiston 
up to the border line between Severn, N. C, and 
Boykin, \*a. The principal resources of this sec- 
tion are timber and agricultural products, such as 



peanuts, corn, tobacco, etc. Considerable lumber, 
cotton, peanuts and grain are the result of the 
productiveness of the timber and cut-over lauds 
on this branch of the Seaboard Air Line Railway. 
Xo better location could be imagined than this 
for the profitable employment of capital. 



NORTH CAROLINA 

By W. A. GRAHAM, Commissioner of Agriculture 



North Carolina is an agricultural State, al- 
though she has increased in the past ten years in 
manufacturing interests over 800 per cent, and 
ranks third in the number of spindles — Massa- 
chusetts and South Carolina alone exceeding her 
— and her mills consume more cotton than is pro- 
duced in the State; yet more than four-fifths of 
her population are engaged in agriculture. 
Lying largely on the great undulating plain, 
sloping from the mountains to the sea and from 
the greatest elevation east of the Rockies down 
to the coastal plain but little elevated above the 
sea-level, North Carolina greets the rising sun, 
and her climate varies according to the eleva- 
tion. East of the great escarpment of the Blue 
Ridge we reach the undulating region of the 
Piedmont country which is divided into upper 
and lower Piedmont by a range of hills a 
hundred or so miles east of the Blue Ridge and 
furnishing the falls of the rivers with wonder- 
ful water power. This section lies in a series 
of rolling uplands, intersected by r the rivers with 
their fertile bottom land, and rising from 7 to 
1,500 feet elevation at the foot of the Blue 
Ridge. The lower Piedmont has a milder climate 
than the upper ; the upper is far warmer in the 
winter than the mountain region between the 
Blue Ridge and the great Smokies. As we reach 
the lower coast we have the first touch of the 
Floridian vegetation in the cabbage palms. This 
wide-stretching area from the white pine to the 
palms shows the wonderful variety of the 
climate of the State. The abundant food crops 
of the Piedmont section offer the greatest op- 
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regions the cotton crop has long been the chief 
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profit. But there is an awakening to the im- 
portance of general farming and farmers 
have realized the importance of a goo 1 rotation 
of crops; that other crops can be grown with 
profit, and that through the aid of these crops 
and the cow-pea they can grow cotton with an 
increased yield per acre. The last year's crop 
was about 800,000 bales which, with the seed, is 
valued at $65,000,000. In mjio, [911 and [912 
North Carolina ranked first in cotton produced 
to the acre — 315 pounds in \<)\2. There is no 
crop grown that draws so lightly on the fertility 
of the soil as cotton and when the seed is prop- 
erly applied to the feeding of cattle and the 
manure returned to the soil in a good rotation 
of crops there is no crop with which the land 
can be more rapidly improved. North Carolina 
ranks third in the production of tobacco. "Bright 
tobacco" counties, generally along the Virginia 
border, have cultivated tobacco from the earliest 
settlement of the State. Since the war many of 
the eastern counties have profitably engaged in 
tobacco raising. Last vear's crop was alxnit 
$30,000,000. A yellow clay sub-soil indicates 
a tobacco soil. The greatest development in the 
cultivation of the soil is in the coastal plain 
where large areas are devoted to early vegetables 
for the northern markets, and the growing of 
strawberries and other small fruits. The Board 
of Agriculture, on one of its test farms, realized 
one season $1,500 from the lettuce produced on 
one and a quarter acres, and the past season 
$640 from half an acre. The red clays of the 
upland are the best wheat soils and are identical 
with what is known in geology of the country 
as cecil clay. All the rolling uplands of the 
Piedmont section are adapted to wheat growing, 
clover and the feeding of cattle. No crop is 
more profitable and certain than winter oats, 
which frequently yield from 60 to 75 bushels 
per acre. Corn grows well in all sections of 
the State. We can grow as heavy crops all over 
the Piedmont and coast regions as are grown 
anywhere. The corn crop has increased from 
34,000,000 in 1910 to 55,327,000 bushels, and 
while the average production per acre for the 
United States has decreased from 29 to 23 
bushels North Carolina has risen from T3 to 
20 bushels. The scant)' crops to be seen in 
various sections are due not to the lack of 
capacity in the soil for the production of corn 
but to the careless mode of cultivation. A "Corn 
Club Boy" raised 2^^y 2 bushels on an acre. 
Yields exceeding 100 bushels are reported by 
100 farmers. In some parts of the coastal plains 
there are deep peaty soils of wide areas on which 
great crops of corn are grown year after year. 
The trucker should plant cotton or corn between 
the rows of his early potatoes on which he has 
been lavish in the use of fertilizer and he will 
get a crop of potatoes running up to 100 bushels 
per acre or more, and then a crop of more than 
a bale of cotton or fifty bushels of corn per acre. 
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BELT ALONG THE S. A. L. RY. 

I. COTTON BOLL. 2. SAMPLE OF NORTH CAROLINA GROWN COTTON- 
NEAR RALEIGH. FROM WHICH POINT LARGE QUANTITIES OF SEED 
ARE SHIPPED TO ALL THE COTTON PRODUCING STA'iES. 

ries from his land and then plants cotton on the 
turned under strawberry and makes a fine crop. 
Or he may plant a corn crop after the straw- 
berries are shipped, and sow peas among it, and 
after the corn is oft" have the finest of pasture 
for stock. The cotton or grain farmer of the 
upper country sows peas after his small grain 
is harvested, cuts the heavy hay crop the same 
season, and can leave the stubble sown with 
crimson clover for a hay crop the next spring in 
time to plant corn or cotton. The long-growing 
season offers to the wise farmer opportunities 



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. WAGONS FILLED WITH COTTON AT GIN. S. A. L. RV. 2. STREETS 

CROWDED WITH WAGON LOADS OF COTTON, S. A. L. RV. 3. FIELDS 

COVERED WITH COTTON. S. A. L. RV. 



for the intense cultivation of a few acres that 
cannot lie had in a northern climate. In this 
work of diversifying and intensifying the agri- 
culture of the State, the College of Agriculture 
and .Mechanical Arts at Raleigh, the Agricul- 
tural Experiment Station, and the Department 
of Agriculture, with its test farms in various 
parts of the State are all working with zeal and 
energy, and the newcomer to the State can al- 
ways depend upon them for information and 
advice in the cultivation of the soil. The oppor- 
tunities for the production of fruit in North 
Carolina, when quantity and quality are taken 
into consideration, are not surpassed in any State 
in the Union. The upper Piedmont and mountain 
sections are especially adapted to the production 
of apples; the lower Piedmont and coastal plain 
sections are specially adapted to peaches, plums 
and grapes. An exhibit made by the State Board 
of Agriculture at the National Horticultural 
Congress held at Council Bluff, Iowa, Novem- 
ber, 1 1 j 1 1 1, won (he following prizes: First, 
sweepstakes on best display of fruits in the 
United States; second, display of apples from 
Eastern and Gulf States; sweepstakes on best 
collection of nuts in the United States; best col- 
lection of English walnuts; best plate of pea- 
nuts in the United States; best display of vege- 
tables from Eastern and Gulf States: best ten 
plates of apples, nut less than five varieties, 
shown from any State in (lie Union. Besides 
these there were more than fifty other premiums 
consisting of gold and silver medals, cash and 
merchandise, awarded this collection. 

The nearest approach t<> use of the whole 
of a State's crop was made by North Carolina, 
which took 876. ooo bales and raised 1)46,000 
bales, and by South Carolina, which took 782.000 
bales and raised 1.28 1,000 bales. These two 
States are in the heart of the region which was 



set apart by nature as the sites of the cotton-mill 
industry of the country, if not of the world. They 
are convenient to the cotton fields, with ideal 
climatic conditions, close to water-power, the 
earliest forces to be applied to the textile in- 
dustry and the source of millions of horsepower 
through hydro-electric development. The con- 
sumption of cotton in the South in 1912-1913 
was: Northern mills, 2,617,000 bales; Southern 
mills, 2,970,000 bales ; gain for South, 350,000 
bales. The 13th census figures are illuminating 
011 the subject of manufacturing progress. In 
North Carolina under the head of "Manufac- 
tures" 1909, pages 4 and 5. it will be observed 
that in the value of product, etc.. North Caro- 
lina ranks first with 302 establishments for manu- 
facturing cotton goods ; Massachusetts ranks 
second with 281 such establishments. Under 
the head of "Percentage of Increase" it is ob- 
served that the value of the product between 1904 
and [909 shows the following figures of in- 
crease : In the entire cotton manufacturing belt 
of the United States there was an increase of 
39.5 per cent, in Massachusetts 43.4 per cent and 
in North Carolina 53.8 per cent. The record of 
southern cotton spindles follows: i860, 29s. 359; 
1900, 6.767,103; 1913, 12,819,333. Of 'these 
North Carolina has t,^) mills and 3.756,265 
spindles; South Carolina 190 mills and 4.640,576 
spindles ; making a total of 8,396,841 spindles "for 
these two States. 




SCENE IX NORTH CAROLINA VINEYARD. S. A. L. RY. 



iOO 



VIRGINIA 



SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILWAY CITIES AND TOWNS REPRESENTED BY AGENCIES 



From the North Carolina-Virginia border 
line near Bracey, Va., to Richmond and from 
North Carolina-Virginia border line near 
Branchville, Va., to Norfolk. Bracey. — Pop. 
200. Lacrosse. — Pop. 400. In Mecklenburg 
county. Skelton. — Pop. 200. Grandy. — Pop. 
500. Cochran. — Pop. 200. Alberta. — Pop. 100. 
Warfield. — Pop. 100. These towns in Brunswick 
county. Cress. — Pop. 300. Rawlings. — Pop. 
100. McKenney. — Pop. 300. Dewitt. — Pop. 
200. Butterworth. — Pop. 400. Dinwiddie. — 
Pop. 200. Burgess. — Pop. 100. These seven in 
Dinwiddie county. The 14 above-named towns 
are important shipping points on the Sea- 
board Air Line Railway, beginning; with the 



surrounding. The lands are adapted to the suc- 
cessful growing 1 of peanuts, tobacco and corn. 

Petersburg, Dinwiddie County. — Pop. 28,- 
000. This city has quite a number of financial insti- 
tutions ; several large lumber plants; box shook 
factory; cold storage and ice plants; cotton 
mills; fertilizer factory; flour and grist mills; 
two foundries and machine shops ; marble works; 
paint and varnish factories ; several peanut 
cleaning establishments ; quarries ; shoe factory ; 
spoke, handle, rim and veneer works; stave and 
heading mill ; a number of tobacco warehouses ; 
chewing tobacco factories : cigarette making fac- 
tories, as well as several trunk factories. Addi- 
tional and various other kinds of industries will 




STATE CAPITOL, RICHMOND, VA.. S. A. L. RY. 



first named and extending up to Petersburg, 
a distance of 63 miles. While these towns 
are not very large yet they are quite im- 
portant shipping points and represent an ex- 
ceedingly superior agricultural section of the 
State of Virginia. The people are industri- 
ous and prosperous. Opportunities are con- 
tinually presenting themselves for the establish- 
ment of new enterprises which are being taken 
advantage of, with the result that these towns 
are growing rapidly. This territory is well 
worth the attention of prospective settlers wish- 
ing to make investments in these towns, or to 
engage in agricultural pursuits in the country 



no doubt pay. The Chamber of Commerce sends 
in the following article: "Petersburg contains 
many points of great historical interest. Its debt 
is unusually small and it has never failed to meet 
promptly every financial obligation. Its tax 
rate is $1.40. This city has never had a boom 
but the assessment of its real and personal prop- 
erty combined has increased 67% in the past 
six years. Petersburg has five strong and well 
managed banks. It has an efficient health de- 
partment and excellent health conditions. Its 
churches number 49, and its public schools are 
modern and well conducted. The city's appro- 
priation for public schools has increased 225% 



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SECTIONAL VIEW OF RICHMOND, VA., S. A. L. RY. 

RENOWNED IN HISTORY, FAMOUS AS A JOBBING CENTER AND WIDELY KNOWN AS A MANUFACTURING CITY. 



in the past five years. Petersburg is noted for 
fine dairies, some of which score as high as any 
other in the country. Petersburg owns its 
waterworks. This city manufactures more 
trunks and bags than any other city in the United 
States. It manufactures and exports 95% of all 
the cigarettes exported from the United States. 
It manufactures and exports more than 80% 
of all plug, twist and cut tobacco exported from 
the United States. It is the largest market in 
the United States for Spanish peanuts. It has 
an inexhaustible supply of gray granite of fine 
quality. It has abundant and cheap electric 
power. It has an intelligent and contented class 
of wage earners and strikes are unknown. 
Truck farming near Petersburg is profitable for 
the reason that the soil and climate are adapted 
to a great variety of crops ; the roads are excel- 
lent and the best markets but a few hours dis- 
tant. Most of the land near Petersburg is as 
well suited as any other in the country to the 
growth of bright tobacco, and may be bought 
at as low prices as any other similar lands. Sites 
with railway track connections or with wharf 



frontage may be rented or bought at very low 
rates. One of 'Petersburg's greatest needs is a 
first-class hotel, since existing hotels cannot ade- 
quately accommodate the increasing number of 
visitors." Anyone desiring knowledge regarding 
investments in this city will find the Chamber of 
Commerce glad to supply the required informa- 
tion, or inquiries will receive prompt attention 
from the local representative as well as from the 
General Industrial Department of the Seaboard 
Air Line Railway. This Company furnishes 
splendid accommodations to its patrons here, and 
affords quick and superior facilities for traffic 
to and from this section as well as for all other 
southern States which it serves. Chester, Ches- 
terfield County. Pop. 1,000. Thirteen miles 
south of Richmond and ten miles north of 
Petersburg. Has bank, high school and all mod- 
ern conveniences of towns of similar size. Good 
opportunity for location of most any industry, 
such as flour mill, furniture factory, spoke and 
hub factor}-, tile and brick works, pottery, etc., 
as clav and other raw materials are available. 




INTERIOR VIEW OF COTTON MILL, S. A. L. RY. 



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RICHMOND, VA.. S. A. L. RY. 

I. BROAD STREET. 2. MAIN STREET. 
S. CAKY STREET. PRODUCE DISTRICT. 



Richmond, 

175,000. This 



FTenrico County. — Population 

city is the capital of the Stale; 

also the county seat. Richmond is one of the 



greatest of southern cities — commercially, his- 
torically and educationally — and is important in 
that it is the most northerly terminus of the Sea- 
hoard Air Line Railway's great system. Rich- 
mond was founded in April. 1737, and the seat 
of State government was removed there from 
Williamsburg in 1779. It became a city in 1782. 
For the past thirty vears the city has steadily 
increased in population and commercial im- 
portance and its future as a trade center is flat- 
tering. By virtue of the water power of the 
James river, Richmond possesses great manu- 
facturing capacitv at the same time being located 
in a fair agricultural region. It is renowned 
for the manufacture of tobacco, cigarettes, fer- 
tilizers, iron and locomotives. Other manufac- 
turing industries may be mentioned as follows : 
Chewing gum makers, ice plants, boot and shoe 
manufacturing, boxes, barrels, paper, twine, 
bags, brick, granite, tile, marble, stone, carriages, 
wagons, clothing, pickles, electrical appliances, 
chemicals, cement, lime, roofing, flour, cornmeal. 
baking powders, foundry, machine shops, agri- 
cultural implements, furniture, mattresses, lum- 
ber, sash, doors and blinds, paints, varnish, wil- 
lowware, woodenware and trunks, and packers 
of meats. The jobbing business of the city has 
been more than doubled in the last 15 years. 
Some of the large houses sell goods in every 
State in the union and most of them sell to the 
trade from Virginia to Texas. Richmond's to- 
bacco business alone will amount to about 
$22,000,000 per year. Another large industry 
for which Richmond has become famous is the 
building of locomotives. The large plant which 
is located here for this purpose supplies a great 
many locomotives to various railroads through- 
out the United States and frequently large orders 
are filled for railroads in foreign countries. The 
largest cedarware works in the world is located 
at Richmond and the product of this factor)- is 
used extensively throughout this country as well 
as most foreign countries. The manufacture of 
baking powder is carried on very extensively in 
ibis city, the product being distributed through- 
out the southern States as well as other sec- 
tions of the country. Large quantities are also 
exported to other countries. Richmond's enor- 
mous banking capital is one of the resources 
of its commercial and manufacturing strength. 
(In account of its superior hotel facilities, 
climate and social conditions, it is popular with 
tourists returning East from Florida, as well as 
with visitors from all parts of the world who 
come here sightseeing, gathering historical 
facts and enjoying the superb climate. Branch- 
ville. — Pop. 300. Boykins. — Pop. 600. New- 
soms. — 1'op. 200. Handsoms. — Pop. 200. All 
in Southampton county. These are the prin- 
cipal towns from the State border line near 
Hugo on the Seaboard Air Line Railway to 
Franklin, a distance of 2^ miles. The lands are 



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productive of various kinds of agricultural pin- 
ducts such as corn, oats, wheat, cotton and pea- 
nuts, especially the latter. The above towns are 
prosperous, have splendid schools, and are gen- 
erally supplied with modern conveniences of 
towns of similar size. Franklin, SOUTHAMPTON 
County. Pop. 2500. Thirty-seven miles from 
Portsmouth. This town has several banks ; very 
large lumber plant; vegetable package factory; 
brick kiln; two buggy factories; cottonseed oil 
and fertilizer plant; plant manufacturing steam 
and vacuum traps ; marble works ; nursery ; a 
number of peanut factories ; harness factory ; two 
newspapers; wholesale grocery and hardware 
establishments. The resources are timber and 
agricultural lands with soils of such fertility 
as are exceedingly valuable in the raising of a 
variety of crops, such as corn, hay, the better 
class of grasses, peanuts, etc., including the cul- 
tivation of strawberries, apples, peaches and 
other fruits. The inhabitants are progressive, 
prosperous and liberal in extending assistance to 
those desiring to locate in this vicinity. Carrs- 
ville. Isle of Wight County. — Pop. 300. 
Purvis. — Pop. 200. Kilby. — Pop. 100. The lat- 
ter two arc in Xansemond county. The three 
towns are the principal ones in the territory 
covered by the Seaboard Air Line Railway from 
Franklin to Suffolk, a distance of 20 miles. 
These lands are adapted to the raising of all 
classes of farm products, peanuts being the prin- 
cipal crop. Suffolk, Nansemond County. — 
Pop. 10,000. The county seat and 17 miles from 
Portsmouth. This town is in the center of the 





UNSALTED GREEN HAM 
BEFORE CURING. 



CL'RKD HAM BY SM1THF1ELD PRO- 
CESS BY C. A. CUTCHINS, 
FRANKLIN, VA. 



CONSIDERING THE SMALL AMOUNT OF CAPITAL REQUIRED. AN EXCEED- 
INGLY LARGE PROFIT IS DERIYED FROM THE RAISING OF POULTRY 
ALONG THE S. A. L. RY. 



great Tidewater trucking section. Thousands of 
barrels of potatoes and other farm products are 
shipped every year from this point. Suffolk is 
a famous peanut market, being surrounded by a 
territory in which this product is extensively cul- 
tivated. There are a number of large peanut 
cleaning establishments located here and the 
revenue from this source has very materially in- 
creased the wealth of this region for many miles 
in every direction. Lumber is one of the large 
industries, and there are numerous other enter- 
prises. The citizens will welcome all who wish 
to locate in their city, extending a helping hand 
to those who desire assistance in the establish- 
ment of industrial plants or commercial enter- 
prises for which the city is so splendidly adapted. 
Portsmouth, Norfolk County. — Population 
35,000. This city is the eastern terminus of the 
Seaboard Air Line Railway which has here its 
largest shops for the repair of locomotives, cars, 
etc. This company also handles here immense 
volumes of freight traffic with steamship lines 
operating between Boston, Providence, New 
York, Philadelphia and P>altimore. and the 
amount of money distributed from this and other 
sources by the Seaboard Air Line Railway 
amounts to a large sum annually. Portsmouth 
has a number of strong financial institutions, 
and in this respect is unequalled by any city in 
the State. These institutions are officered al- 
most without exception by men of large expe- 
rience and their reputation for integrity and 
high-class financial and business ability is a well 
established fact. At Portsmouth is located the 
navy yard where several thousand men are em- 
ployed and where is to be found one of the 
largest drv-docks in the countrv. There is also 



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HIGH STREET. PORTSMOUTH, VA„ S. A. L. RY. 

a magnificent naval hospital located at Ports- 
mouth. There are in Portsmouth hosiery mills, 
furniture factories, mattress factory, a number 
of woodworking plants, barrel factories, box 
factories, newspapers, and more than a dozen 
transportation lines run from Portsmouth — 
directly from the city proper or connecting with 
Norfolk by ferry — to all parts of the country. 
Portsmouth is a splendid trading point having 




RAISED IN VIRGINIA. S. A. L. RY. 



numerous and up-to-date commercial establish- 
ments. The payrolls of the foregoing enterprises 
together with smaller ones not mentioned afford 
a large circulation of money. The trucking in- 
dustries surrounding this section are enormous, 







OFFICE BUILDING AND PASSENGER STATION, S. A. L. RY., PORTSMOUTH, VA. 



I6 7 




STREET SCENES, NORFOLK, VA., S. A. L. RY, 

I. COMMERCIAL PLACE, LEADING TO AND FROM THE NORFOLK-PORTSMOUTH FERRY, 
2. GRANBY STREET, LOOKING NORTH FROM MAIN. 



1 68 



consequently Portsmouth is exceedingly pros- 
perous, and therefore a very desirable place 
for the location of new business establishments. 
It would be next to impossible to find a better 
place to locate factories of various kinds than in 
this city. The people are sociable, cultured and 
ever readv to further the interests of their 
beautiful city. As a residential section Ports- 
mouth is unsurpassed. 

Norfolk, Norfolk County. — Population 
90,000. The location of the office of the Presi- 
dent of the Seaboard Air Line Railway and 
offices of several other departments. Norfolk 
is frequently spoken of bv visitors as a most 
thoroughly alive and progressive city. Nor- 
folk has a large number of commercial and 
manufacturing establishments ; lumber, cotton 
and peanuts and various other commodities 
are handled here and exported in enormous 
quantities. The Chamber of Commerce contrib- 
utes the following very interesting article con- 
cerning Norfolk: "Norfolk is giving a fine 
example to the world of the modern idea of city 
building. It is proving the truth of the state- 
ment that cities do not grow but are built by the 
dint of hard study and close application to what 
the city has to offer to the outside investor. Nor- 
folk has fortified itself to take up this work 
through the Chamber of Commerce which was 
recently organized with a membership of 1,600 
1 and a working capital which enables it to carry 
on exploitation work after the most approved 




ORAXBY STREET 



(ROYSTER PUILDIXC 
VA., S. A. L. RY. 



I. XORFOLK. 




THE XEW WAREHOUSE OF THE S. A. L. RY.. 

I. RIVER VIEW. 2. WATER STREET. 



XORFOLK, VA. 



169 




OYSTER ROAST, CAPE HENRY, NORFOLK, VA 



ideas. This organization is not depending' upon 
Norfolk's fine harbor and her natural advantages 
as the sole means of putting the city in the front 
rank of commercial industrial centers. It is 
making Norfolk better ; its platform, which is a 
very broad one, is calculated to bring together 
all elements of the city's manufacturing into a 
sort of brotherhood of common interests. Al- 
though organized less than a year, the Chamber 
of Commerce has made rapid strides in this 
direction. Norfolk has the happv advantage of 
a climate -that is equable the year round. It is 
a city of homes, and some beautiful ones, too. 
Its location on Hampton Roads destines it to be- 
come one of the greatest seaports on the Atlantic 
seaboard. Norfolk has already taken away from 
the overcrowded ports of the North much of their 
shipping, and there is now in the course of 
preparation a plan for public clocks and ter- 
minals which, if carried to completion, will give 
this city an unrivaled advantage in bidding for 
world-wide shipping. Norfolk was founded in 
1682. The first available official census was 
2,959 in 1790. It jumped in population from 
1880 to 1900 more than 100%. The increase 



since 1900 has been about 80%, its population at 
present being about 90.000, and within a radius 
of 25 miles there is a population of 270,000. It 
has 14 banks, State and National. There is over 
$25,000,000 invested in industrial enterprises and 
about $12,000,000 invested in the jobbing trade. 
There are eight trunk line railroads entering 
Norfolk with trackage and connections aggre- 
gating 42,000 miles with belt line connections 
around the city. Norfolk is the largest peanut 
market in the world ; it is the second largest coal 
port on the western continent, and its annual 
shipments of trucking produce, etc., exceed 
$15,000,000. Building operations have been car- 
ried on extensively. The assessed valuation of 
property amounts to nearly $70,000,000. The 
postoffice receipts, exclusive of parcel post, are 
nearly $500,000. From an educational stand- 
point Norfolk is unexcelled, there having been 
invested here $1,500,000 in public schools cover- 
ing a very short period of time. There are 40 
public school buildings, 350 teachers and 12,000 
pupils. The United States navy yard and the 
St. Helena training station are two of the prin- 
cipal reasons for the greatness of this section. 




TOBACCO FIELD IN VIRGINIA. S. A. L. RY. 



170 



There is $15,000,000 invested in the navy yard 
and plans are now before Congress to double this 
investment, which will give Norfolk and Ports- 
mouth the greatest naval station on either the 
Atlantic or Pacific coast. The navy yard em- 
ploys 3.000 workmen with a payroll of some- 
thing like $2,000,000 annually. There are at 
present three dry docks, the largest of which will 
accommodate any ship in the navy." Among all 
the truck soils in use or available along the Middle 
Atlantic coast the Norfolk fine sandy loam easily 
occupies the premier place, both with regard to 
its local extent and to its wide range of possible 
products. This soil has been formed as a sedi- 
mentary deposit, laid down under the waters of 
a more extended marine occupation ami later 
elevated to become a portion of the present land 
area. The mineral particles which constitute 
the soil and subsoil have been derived from a 
great variety of sources within the present Ap- 
palachian Mountain region, the Piedmont plateau 
and the older and more elevated sections of the 
coastal plain. In consequence, the mineral 
sources of its soil fertility consist of a mingling 
of nearly all classes of minerals which may 
contribute to the nourishment of plants. Its in- 
herent fertility has been well provided for through 
natural process of formation. Physically, the 
Norfolk fine sandy loam is almost ideally con- 
stituted for the intensive growing of crops and 
the easy mechanical handling of a soil mass. The 
surface soil to a depth which varies from 6 to 15 
inches is a mealy, fine-grained, fine sand. It 
possesses enough material finer than sand to 
render the whole mass somewhat cohesive when 
moist, but not enough to cause the surface to 
bake and become compacted after spring or sum- 
mer rains. It rarely or never clods, no matter 
in what condition of moisture it may be plowed 
or cultivated. The soil survey has encountered 
no less than 4,682,992 acres of this one-soil type 
in the Southeastern and Southern States, and it 
is probable that a total area of 20,000,000 acres 
will ultimately be found to exist. Not one-tenth 
of 1 per cent, of this total area is now occupied 
for truck crop production, and it is probable that 
not 25 per cent, is used for any agricultural pur- 
pose, aside from possible grazing. The Norfolk 
fine sand is probably the earliest type of soil 
upon which the trucking industry is safelv con- 
ducted. It owes this distinction of quickly ma- 
turing the crops planted to the fact of its physical 
composition. It is derived by the same processes 
and from the same materials as the Norfolk fine 
sandy loam, but it differs from that type in its 
texture of soil and subsoil. The surface soil 
to an average depth of 7 or 8 inches is a mellow 
fine sand. It is rarely sufficiently loamy to be 
cohesive, unless immediately after a thorough 
wetting. This surface soil is underlain by a some- 
what more compact fine yellow sand to a depth 
usually in excess of 2 feet. At this greater depth 
the subsoil materials grade into the characteristic 
sandy yellow loam or brittle sandy yellow clay, 




SHUCKING OYSTERS, NORFOLK. VA., S. A. L. RY. 

which is characteristic of all of the loam members 
of this group. The Coxville fine sandy loam 
is most extensively used for the production of 
truck crops of all soils of the series. The surface 
soil to an average depth of 6 to 10 inches is a 
gray or black sandy or fine sandy loam. It is 
well charged with partly decayed organic matter, 
and it is usually soft and friable and not liable 
to bake or clod. Immediately under the surface 
soil there is usually a gradation into a gray or 
drab sandy clay layer which, at depths greater 
than 2 feet, becomes a mottled gray, yellow and 
red compact sandy clay. The colorations of both 
surface soil and subsoil are certain indications of 
less complete drainage than is possessed by the 
soils of the Norfolk series. It is almost literally 
true to estimate that, so far as land area is con- 
cerned, the undeveloped trucking lands of these 
coast counties of North Carolina and South Caro- 
lina number hundreds of thousands of acres. 
This description is taken from the last report of 
the United States Commissioner of Agriculture 
and is the result of careful examination of the 
area. The Seaboard Air Line Railway and con- 
nections traverse this wonderful trucking belt 
and the General Industrial Department will be 
glad to furnish information about the territory in 
question. 



171 



VIRGINIA 



A Condensed Statement of Facts for the Busy Man 

By G. W. KOINER, Commissioner of Agriculture and Immigration 



Virginia is the ideal home for the fanner. 
The agricultural progress in this State during 
the past decade has been unprecedented. I letter 
farming can be seen, on every hand. This has 
been brought about by the diversification of 
crops, by the use of modern labor-saving ma- 
chinery, the more careful improvement and cul- 
tivation of the soil, by improvement in breeding 
livestock and growing more grass and ''forage 
crops — one-fourth of our farmers now derive the 
principal income from livestock — by large in- 
crease and care of the orchards, and in the ex- 
tension of the great trucking fields. All of these 



fact. Yet. the cheapest farm lands in the United 
States are to be found in Virginia. The large 
influx of land buyers has doubled the value of 
our lands during the past ten years and we 
believe the value will double again. The great 
advantage in the nearby large eastern markets is 
being appreciated by the western land buyer. 
The value of an acre of corn in Alissouri is 
$14.72, in Iowa $15.05, in Virginia $17.04. In 
each of these States the price of lands is three 
times as high as in Virginia. This State is the 
birthplace of trucking in America. Truck crops 
were worth $15,000,000 last year. The fish and 




PEANUT FIELD, SUFFOLK 



improvements have increased the value of crops 
in Virginia immensely. These values have in- 
creased in Virginia from $129,000,000 produced 
in 1900 from 4,000,000 acres to $256,000,000 pro- 
duced last year from 3,300,000 acres. ( )ur fanners 
have learned to produce $107,000,000 more crops 
on 750,000 acres less land cultivated the past 
year than they did ten years ago. The soils of 
Virginia are the kindest in the world. They en- 
dure more hard knocks, skinning and starving 
and are more quickly improved than in any other 
State. The ample rainfall and mild climate 
as found in this Slate are both conducive to this 



oyster products from \ irginia waters were worth 
over $12,000,000 last year. Virginia is the only 
State that exports beef cattle direct from the blue 
grass pastures. Many thousands of head of 
highly bred cattle are exported from the grassy 
slopes of Virginia to the English markets each 
year. Virginia is now growing the largest al- 
falfa farm in the East. Five hundred acres pro- 
duced more than $40,000 in alfalfa hay crop 
last year on one farm. Virginia presents prob- 
ably the most promising held for investment in 
its vast resources of almost every known com- 
mercial mineral product. Building stone of all 



172 



kinds, slate, soapstone, manganese, salt, clays of 
all kinds, coal, cuke, iron, lead, zinc, pyrites, cop- 
per, marble, asbestos and gold. Hampton Roads 
last year shipped more coal than any port in 
the world. The forests of Virginia abound in 
an unusual variety of woods, especially the 
hardwoods so valuable in modern construction. 
In these forests are found every wood known 
in southern soils except the sub-tropical. No 
State in the L'nion otters more attractive induce- 
ments or extends a more inviting hand to the 
homeseeker an 1 investor than Virginia. In 
climate, diversity of soils, fruits, forests, water 
supply, mineral deposits and variety of land- 
scapes, she offers advantages that are unsur- 
passed. The sun never illumined a more beauti- 
ful country, the plowman never turned a kinder 
soil and the stranger never shook the hand of a 
more hospitable people. Virginia is most cen- 
trally located in the Atlantic tier of States, being 
midway between Maine and Florida. It lies 



between the extreme of cold and heat, removed 
alike from the sultry, protracted summers of the 
more southern States and the severe winters and 
devastating storms and cyclones of the North 
and West. The number of murky, foggy days 
is very small and conversely the number of 
sunn_\' days is very large. Along the Blue Ridge 
mountains there is a belt of country from 1,000 
to 2,500 feet above the sea level in which the 
humidity is exceedingly small, less than in any 
section east of the Rocky mountains, in which 
the number of bright, sunny days is very large. 
This region has but little dew at night owing to 
its low humidity and is very beneficial to people 
with weak lungs. Virginia is today the richest 
State in the South except one. and is growing 
each year more rapidly in wealth and population. 
The skies of Virginia are illumined with hope, 
and her people, conservatively and courageously, 
are each year building a broader, a richer and 
a greater commonwealth. 



THE SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILWAY, ITS NATURAL RESOURCES AND 
OPPORTUNITIES OFFERED TO PROSPECTIVE SETTLERS 

Agriculture, Fruit Culture, Livestock, Minerals, Timber, Water Power, Manufacture, 

Finance and Education 



Anyone who has carefully perused the pre- 
ceding pages will see that it would be quite im- 
possible to find six States more wonderfully en- 
dowed with superior soils for agricultural pur- 
poses, advantageous locations, and abundance of 
waterpower for manufacturing purposes, as well 
as climatic and social conditions, than the States 
of Florida, Alabama, Georgia, South Carolina, 
North Carolina and Virginia, all traversed by 
the Seaboard Air Line Railway. Natural Re- 
sources. — We have heretofore expatiated on the 
natural resources and advantages of each par- 
ticular section in succession, beginning with the 
most southerly portion of Florida tollowed by 
the region embraced within the various termini 
of the S. A. L. Ry. in this State: thence from 
the two western termini at Montgomery and 
Birmingham eastward and on through the re- 
mainder of the vast territory served. Lands. — 



As will be seen from the first article under 
the subhead "Manatee Section" and the main 
head of "Florida." the Seaboard Air Line 
Railway penetrates' the very heart of the most 
wonderful trucking lands in this State. These 
lands are exceedingly fertile and productive to 
a surprising degree. The Seaboard Air Line 
Railway more than any other railway in the 
South has been instrumental in opening up the 
richest portions of Florida and placing superior 
facilities at the hands of the natives and new- 
comers, who have, in connection with this Corn- 
pan}', focussed upon the particular region in 
question the eyes of the astonished world. Lands 
heretofore considered worthless have been devel- 
oped and proved to be of incalculable value. 
These developments have been the means of 
placing luxuries in the markets earlier — some 
remaining during a longer period each season — 




GEORGIA— "COTTON' COMING TO TOWN." S. A. L. RY. 
173 




READY FOR PICKIXG. 

NORTH CAROLINA COTTON FIELD, SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILWAY. 



than would have been possible had the consu- 
mers been compelled to rely upon the production 
of former limited and later producing lands. 
Vegetables. — Further east along the line of the 
Seaboard Air Line Railway where the tem- 
perature gradually becomes lower, the produc- 
tion of fruits, vegetables and other crops find 
their market in turn, and thus throughout all of 
the above States the people as well as the Rail- 
way receive the constant accruing benefits. In 
addition to describing in the preceding pages all 
the varieties of vegetables, as well as advantages 
which the farmers have in this section in raising 
general farm products, some mention has also 
been made of the various kinds of fruits which 
growers are cultivating with much profit. Too 
much emphasis cannot be laid upon the value of 



the fruits which constitute Florida's largest 
single source of revenue, the distribution of 
which contributes materially to the wealth of the 
nation. Citrus Fruit. — The citrus fruit crop is 
immense, having made astonishing gains during 
the last 30 years. During the season of 1884- 
1885 Florida's total citrus fruit crop was 600,000 
boxes; 20 years later il was over 2,500,000 
boxes, while last season's crop was 8,125,000 
boxes. This is something for the prospective 
grower to ponder over. The Seaboard Air Line 
Railway is an important factor, through its fruit 
and vegetable trains, in marketing these valuable 
perishables, offering as it does unsurpassed facil- 
ities in this respect. The lands on which the 
foregoing fruits and vegetables are now being 
grown formerly consisted of virgin timber 



174 




MANY VARIETIES OF FINE FRUITS ARE CULTIVATED 
ALONG THE S. A. L. RY. 



which was turpentined and subsequently con- 
verted into lumber. Strawberries. — In the 
Starke-Lawtey section of Florida the Seaboard 
Air Line Railway has fostered and encouraged a 
movement carried on by the inhabitants for the 
cultivation of fine strawberries, and the success 
attained by the growers here has resulted in 
the extension of this industry to various points 
along this Company's main line and branches. 
In North Carolina, between Wilmington and 
Lumberton especially, strawberries are being 
raised with much profit to the growers, Clark- 
ton being the center of the greatest activity in 
this direction. Dewberries. — Along the Sea- 
board Air Line Railway from Aberdeen, N. C, to 
and including Sanford. N. C, dewberries are cul- 
tivated extensively and have proved very profit- 
able. Strawberries are also largely cultivated in 
the tidewater section of Virginia, particularly in 
the vicinity of Norfolk and west thereof. Water- 




CHICKEN FARM, S 

ORPINGTONS: I. THREE MONTHS OLD. 



A. L. RY. 

2. TWELVE MONTHS OLD. 



melons and Cantaloupes. — In almost the entire 
territory traversed by the Seaboard Air Line Rail- 
way watermelons and cantaloupes are cultivated 
and there are but few spots where they do not 
thrive. Along the Seaboard Air Line Railway in 




WATER POWER XEAR ROCKINGHAM. X. C. S. A. L. R\'. 
175 



EXTERIOR AND INTERIOR VIEWS OF ONE OF THE NEW SOLID STEEL TRAINS 
OPERATED BY THE SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILWAY BETWEEN THE 

NORTH AND SOUTH 





INTERIOR LATEST STEEL DINING CAR, S. A. L. RY. 



STEEL ELECTRIC-LIGHTED PULLMAN DRAWING-ROOM 
SLEEPING CAR. S. A. L. RY. 





SOLID COMFORT AND CONVENIENCE, S. A. L. RY. 



THE STOPS ARE FEW BUT EACH ONE LENDS INTEREST 
TO THE OCCASION, S. A. L. RY. 





INTERIOR MODERN STEEL DAY COACH. S. A. L RY. 



STEEL OBSERVATION CAR, S. A. L. RY. 



176 




FIXE CATTLE ARE RAISED IX EVERY STATE 
TRAVERSED BY THE S. A. L. RY. 

Florida the largest producing' sections arc the 
Ocala and the Archer-Early Bird districts, also in 
the territory west of Lake City on the Tallahassee 
line, where the business is conducted on an enor- 
mous scale. The famous Georgia watermelon is 
most prolific along the Seaboard Air Line Rail- 
way in South Georgia, where it also attains the 
greatest degree of perfection. Between McRae 
and Richland on this line and along its branches 
to Ocilla and Albany the watermelon is found in 
all its glory. From Columbia, S. C, southward 
to the Savannah river, also in North Carolina 
between Hamlet and Lumberton along the Sea- 
board Air Line Railway, the watermelon industry 
has assumed enormous proportions. Peaches. — 
Peach culture at Middleton, Heardmont and Ren- 
froe, Ga., along the Seaboard Air Line Railway, 




OXE OF THE LARGE TOBACCO FACTORIES AT RICH- 
MOXD. VA., S. A. L. RY. 

has proven a successful industry. There are 
many other points, however, along this railway 
not only in Georgia, but in Florida as well as the 
other States traversed, where peaches are raised 
with much profit. General Farm Products. — 
Considerable space has been devoted in the pre- 
ceding pages to the production of general farm 
products and prospective settlers will find descrip- 
tions of the sections most favored. In agricul- 




177 




WATER POWER, ROCKY CREEK. S. C, S. A. L. RY. 

THE LARGE POWER PLANTS AT ROCKY CREEK AND GflfeAT FALLS ARE OPERATED IN CONNECTION, DELIVERING ABOUT 130,000 II. P. 




WATER POWER, GREAT FALLS, S. C. S. A. L. RY. 

THE YADKIN WATER POWER PLANTS SHOWN ABOVE SUPPLY THIRTY-FIVE CITIES. 







ILLUSTRATIVE OF WATER POWER ALONG THE S. A. L. RY. 

DAM AT BLEWETT FALLS, s. C, ON THE GREAT PEE DEE RIVER. 



1/8 



ture, as before stated, all the States of Florida, 
Alabama, Georgia, South Carolina, North Caro- 
lina and Virginia are very productive. Climatic 
Conditions. — Along the main line and branches 
of the Seaboard Air Line Railway the climatic 
conditions are exceedingly favorable, the lands 
producing the greatest imaginable variety of 
grain crops, tobacco, forage, hay and fine cotton, 
the latter predominating in Alabama, Georgia and 
the Carolinas. Transportation facilities. — The 
Seaboard Air Line Railway crosses near the 
center of North Carolina from north to south 
and affords the interior most attractive trans- 
portation facilities to the markets of the world. 
This Company, in addition to having superior 
facilities for the quick movement of freight traffic, 
has unexcelled passenger trains modernly con- 
structed and magnificently equipped. The new 
steel dining cars are the best that have ever been 
built, having concrete and inlaid floors, abun- 
dance of electric lights, perfect ventilation, pantry 
and kitchen thoroughly equipped for splendid 
service. The coaches and Pullman drawinsT-room 



Enormous quantities of tobacco are also raised in 
Virginia and North Carolina. Alabama is an ex- 
tensive producer of .cotton as well as other gen- 
eral farm products. Large shipments of the 
products of its agricultural industry are made 
over the Seaboard Air Line Railway. ( ieorgia, 
the Empire State of the South, is known far and 
wide as a great cotton, corn, hay and fruit pro- 
ducing State. The Seaboard Air Line Railway 
crosses the northern portion as well as the south- 
ern portion of Georgia and the resources of the 
State in nearly every direction contribute to the 
tonnage of this Company. Agriculture and the 
manufacture of cotton goods are the two greatest 
pursuits in the State of South Carolina, cotton 
being the principal product of the State. It 
stands high among the various States in general 
agriculture and its splendid lands are served by 
two distinct lines of the Seaboard Air Line Rail- 
way ; one of these lines from the East crosses the 
northwestern portion of the State in the direction 
of Atlanta and Birmingham, and the other from 
the East enters the State in the direction of 




VIEWS FROM NURSERY AT GLEX ST. MARY, FLA., S. A. L. RY. 



sleeping cars, together with Pullman buffet par- 
lor, as well as elegantly appointed observation 
cars, are of the latest designs, possessing qualities 
for comfort that are unequalled by any other 
transportation company. Interior and exterior 
views of these trains are shown on pages of this 
publication. Solid trainloads of perishables, cotton 
goods and other commodities are also shown. 
Neither pains nor money have been spared to 
afford the public the best service possible. Cotton 
and Tobacco. — While Florida is famous for its 
fruit and early vegetables it also produces 
considerable cotton and tobacco. The former 
product is raised in the upper portion of the 
State and the latter principally in the vicinity 
of Ouincy and contiguous territorv along 
the Seaboard Air Line Railway. This pro- 
duct is the Sumatra variety, which is so 
superior for the manufacture of cigars. Cigar 
Manufacturing. — The leading cigar manufactur- 
ing section on the Seaboard Air Line Railway is 
that known as the "Tampa- Ybor district," where 
the output is about 1,000,000 cigars per day. 



Savannah, Montgomery and Jacksonville. In 
North Carolina tobacco, cotton and corn are culti- 
vated with great success. Oats, wheat, peanuts, 
hay and forage crops are also profitably grown. 
Cotton Mills. — In Alabama, Georgia and the 
Carolinas there are located along the Seaboard 
Air Line Railway a great many cotton mills 
which consume a considerable portion of the 
cotton crop. In Virginia general farm pro- 
ducts are indigenous to the lands in that 
portion of the State served by the Seaboard 
Air Line Railway, the principal part of the 
territory being that known as the "Tidewater 
Section." Live-stock, poultry and peanut culture 
are three of the important industries. Live- 
stock. — Hundreds of thousands of cattle are to 
be found roaming on the uncultivated lands of 
Florida and are marketed at great profit because 
of the small expense involved in raising them. 
In the various other States where the lands have 
been more extensively cultivated for grazing pur- 
poses plenty of livestock are to be seen. Cattle, 
sheep and hogs are found to be exceedingly 



179 




LUMBER INDUSTRY, S. A. L. RY. 

THE TIMBER RESOURCES AND THE MANUFACTURE OF LUMBER FORM ONE OF THE GREAT ASSETS OF THE SIX STATES 

TRAVERSED BY THE S. A. L. RY. 



i So 



profitable, and the raising of the latter is now 
being given more attention than ever before. 
They find their own living, and where they are 
fed on peanuts, alfalfa and other fattening foods 
the result is exceedingly profitable to their owners. 
Only a limited amount of capital is required in 
conducting an extensive poultry business and the 
raising of fowl is proving quite profitable to 
the inhabitants along the Seaboard Air Line Rail- 
way. Standing Timber. — In all the States served 
by the Seaboard Air Line Railway are to be 
found immense tracts of standing timber, much of 
which is virgin, while in the turpentine-producing 
sections the timber used for this purpose is 
being manipulated for naval stores. This lat- 
ter product, as well as cross-ties, lumber, cot- 
ton, etc., are handled extensively through 
the magnificent terminals of the Seaboard Air 
Line Railway at Fernandina, Tampa, Jack- 
sonville, Savannah, Wilmington and Nor- 
folk. These terminals are used largely for re- 
handling cotton as well as various other com- 
modities. Lumber. — The shipment of rough 
lumber is conducted on an extensive scale, as in- 
dicated, but all along this Railway are found 
woodworking establishments dressing and work- 
ing up the lumber for shipment or construction 
work and other purposes. Woodworking Es- 
tablishments. — Some of the hardwoods go into 
the manufacture of agricultural implements, 
some into wagons and buggies and some into 
furniture. Considerable timber is consumed in 
the manufacture of boxes, barrels and crates 
used in connection with the marketing of the 
large fruit and vegetable crops. Naval Stores. 
— One of the greatest industries along the Com- 
pany's main line and various branches is that 
of naval stores, the production of which is pro- 
lific throughout the six States which it serves. 
Minerals. — There are a great many varieties of 
minerals found in all the States penetrated by 
the Seaboard Air Line Railway. Phosphate. — 
The Company's system pierces the very heart of 
the finest of Florida's phosphate beds. Along 
what is known as the Mulberry section, which 
includes the contiguous territory embraced by 
Bartow, Agricola, McDowell, Nichols, Welcome, 
Royster and Coronet, is to be found the soft 
rock variety. The phosphate mined from these 
beds is transported via the Seaboard Air Line 




COAL CHUTE. HAMLET, X. C, S. A. L. RY. 

Railway to Tampa, from whence it is reshipped 
coastwise through this Company's well equipped 
terminal facilities. The hard rock variety is 
found in what is known as the Inverness-Dun- 
nellon district and from these beds fine phosphate 
is mined and exported through the Seaboard 
Air Line Railway's excellent terminal facilities 
at Fernandina. These two specially named phos- 
phate districts, together with other sections in 
which phosphate originates and is transported 
via the Seaboard Air Line Railway, furnish a 
large source of revenue, which is of very material 
benefit to the citizens in the mining districts. 
Granite. — Granite and other quarried products 
found in most any part of the Llnited States are 
available in the different sections along the Sea- 
board Air Line Railway. There is no reason 
whatever why construction work should ever be 
retarded for the lack of abundant building sup- 




VIEW OF MAGNIFICENT PLAXT MANUFACTURING PORTLAND CEMENT, RAGLAND, ALA., S. A. L. RY. 

181 



plies. In this connection it might be mentioned 
that in no section of the country are large and 
handsome buildings being erected more rapidly 
than in the cities along the Seaboard Air Line 
Railway. Stone, Coal, Lime and Cement. — 
In that portion of the territory through which 
the Railway runs west of Atlanta there is an 
abundance of stone, coal, lime and cement 
shipped, and the country is dotted here and 
there with ore deposits. Ore. — In what is known 
as the Birmingham district ores of various kinds 
and other ingredients used in making iron and 
steel are found in enormous quantities. Water 
Power and Other Manufacturing Advantages. 
— Water power along the Seaboard Air Line 
Railway, practically from one end to the other, 
is abundant. The excellent water power facili- 
ties, coupled with the availability of the in- 
numerable varieties and quantities of raw 
material at hand, constitute the greatest ad- 
vantages for manufacturing enterprises in the 
entire South. Immense dams are located near 
Montgomery, Ala., Columbus and Albany, Ga., 
Great Falls, S. C, Blewett Falls, near Rock- 
ingham, N. C, Roanoke Rapids, N. C, and 
many other points on the Seaboard Air Line 
Railway. Fortunately most all of the unde- 
veloped portion of the road is surrounded by 
sufficient natural resources to justify still further 
development of existing water power, which 
will be done eventually. Eastern capital may 
well be assured that the natural resources and 
manufacturing advantages which have been more 
or less referred to in these pages are splendid 
actualities. The South's natural resources and 
climate are conducive to the successful main- 
tenance and operation of manufacturing enter- 
prises long after similar industries in other parts 
of the country are on the wane. Economical 
Operation. — Throughout the six States served by 
the Seaboard Air Line the scenery is grand, and 
at many points it is unsurpassed in this country. 
The grandeur and sublimity are so charmingly 
united that one's soul is thrilled to intense edifica- 
tion ; here, where the limpid lyrics of Nature are 
so interwoven with her epics, where the melting 
hazes of a purpling broad expanse dissolve into 
stretches of rolling lands — lands where Nature 
frowns, smiles and coquettes with the enchanted 



beholder. There is no corresponding region 
in the country which has so manv advantages, 
all available by natural or artificial communi- 
cations, and capable of more economical oper- 
ation. Especially is this true of the States 
covered by that great artery of travel and freight 
traffic, the Seaboard Air Line Railway. No more 
interesting subject presents itself to the statis- 
tician than the facts and figures relative to in- 
dustrial progress, and truly invaluable are they to 
the prospector seeking location for the establish- 
ment of similar enterprises. A generalization 
here, however, would seem most appropriate, and 
we shall therefore simply give an epitome of the 
results mostly in evidence. From the coal 
regions and the iron ore beds of Alabama and 
other States, from the woodlands of all the 
States traversed by the Seaboard Air Line Rail- 
way, and from the great plantations in the 
cotton belt are gathered materials for con- 
sumption by the iron and steel plants, the saw 
mills and the cotton mills. The queenliest buds 
in the great industrial bouquet of southern 
States are the numerous cities of smokestacks 
along the line of the Seaboard Air Line Railway 
rocked in cradles of coal and iron. In listening 
to the -wail of the reluctant log as the relentless 
saw converts the forest into homes for the people. 
the song of the planer, the echo of the hammer, 
the shrill whistle of the locomotive as it drags its 
heavy load through broad expanse of green fields 
and over mountain heights, there is created the 
sweetest music to our ears. The ascending 
clouds of smoke that are now- seen floating up- 
wards from the cotton and innumerable other 
mills paint the signs of the times upon the 
skies. When we look around us and see on 
all sides smoke ascending heavenward from 
the roaring furnace, the steady pace of the be- 
grimed moulder in the foundry, the towering 
buildings battling with the clouds, the course 
of mighty streams changed, tremendous water 
power converted into electrical energy and har- 
nessed to the wheels of commerce, the passing 
of the fleecy staple from its downy whiteness 
into the lightest fabrics for barter to the world, 
then there flits before our vision a scene which 
appeals to the admiration of all promoters of 
industrial progress. 




MOONLIGHT SCENE OF POWER PLANT, GREAT FALLS, S. C, S. A. L. RY. 



182 



SHIPPERS' INFORMATION 

ALPHABETICAL LIST OF STATIONS, WITH WHICH IS INCLUDED INFORMATION AS TO LOCATION OF 

AGENCIES, JUNCTIONS, COUPON TICKET OFFICES, TRACK SCALES, 

STOCK PENS, TELEGRAPH OFFICES, ETC. 



GENERAL EXPLANATION OF CHARACTERS. 





* Has no agent; freight must be prep 


lid. J. Junction with one 


or more railroads. 




B. For shipments of carload freight only. T. Has telcgr 


aph office. 




C. Coupon ticket station 


V. No track connection. 






STATIONS 




STATIONS 




STATIONS 


TCJ 


Abbeville 


. Ga. 


* v 


Bakers 


. .N. C. 


* V 


Browning 


.. Ga. 


TCJ 


Abbeville 


.S. C. 


TJ 


Baldwin 


. . Fla. 


* V 




.. Ga. 


V 


Abbotsburg 


.N. C. 


* V 


Balm : 


. . Fla. 


* V 


Buckhead 


.. Va. 


TCJ 


Aberdeen 


N. C. 


* V 


Bamboo 


. . Fla. 


TV 


Buda 


. . Fla. 


* V 


Acca 


. Va. 


V 


Barnes ville 


. .N. C. 


TV 


Burgess 


.. Va. 


TJ 


Acme 


N. C. 


* V 


Bassett 


. . Fla. 


* V 


Burns 


. . Fla. 


*V 


Ada 


.s. c. 


*v 


Beat tie 


. .N. C. 


*V 


Burnett's Lake 


. . Fla. 


* V 


Agricola 


. Fla. 


* J 


Becker 


. . Fla. 


* J 




.. Ga. 


TV 


Ailey 


. Ga. 


* V 


Bee Ridge 


.. Fla. 


*V 


Burton 


..N. C. 


* V 


Akes 


. Ga. 


* V 


Belfast 


.. Ga. 


TV 


Butterworth 


.. Va. 


* V 


Alabama Junction 


. Ga. 


TV 


Bell 


. . Fla. 


TV 


Bushnell 


. . Fla. 


TJV 


Alachua 


. Fla. 


*B V 


Bellamy 


. .N. C. 


* V 


Bvrds 


. . Ga. 


'TV 


Alafia 


. Fla. 


TV 


BcTleview 


. . Fla. 








TV 


Alamo 


. Ga. 


TV 


Belleville 


. . Ga. 


TCJ 


Calhoun Falls 


..S. C. 


TJ 


Albany 


. Ga. 


* v 


Bellwood 


. . Va. 


TJ 


Callahan 


. . Fla. 


TJ 




. Va. 


TV 


Belt Junction 


.. Ga. 


*V 


Calvin 


.. Ga. 


* y 


Alexander Lbr. Co 


.N. C. 


* v 


Benneham 


. .N. C. 


TCJ 


Camden 


,.S. C. 


* V 


Alexis 


N. C. 


TV 


Berkeley 


. . Ga. 


TCJ 


Cameron 


..N. C. 


* J B 


Algren 


. Va. 


*v 


Berrys 


.. Ga. 


TV 


Campville 


. . Fla. 


*V 


A. & M. College Spur. . . 


.N. C. 


TCJ 


Bessemer 


. . Ala. 


*V 


Cana 


..S. C. 


*v 


Aliens Spur 


.s. c. 


TV 


Bethune 


..S. C. 


TJ 


Capitola 


. . Fla. 


V 


Allenton 


.N. C. 


* v 


Birds 


. . Ga. 


*V 


Carl 


.. Ga. 


* V 


Alma 


.N. C. 


*v 


Birds 


. . Fla. 


TCJ 


Carlisle 


..s. c. 


* V 


Alstons 


. Ga. 


TCJ 


Birmingham 


. . Ala. 


TV 


Caroleen 


..N. C. 


*v 


Altamaha River 


. Ga. 


*v 


Blackburn 


. .S. C. 


* V 


C. C. &0. Yard 


..N. C. 


*v 


Altamaha Sand Pit 


. Ga. 


* J 


Bladen 


.. Ga. 


TV 


Carrs ville 


.. Va. 


TV 


Alton 


. Ala. 


TV 


Bladenboro 


..N. C. 


*V 


Carsons 


. . Fla. 


*BV 


Alverson Spur 


. Ala. 


TV 


Blanev 


. .S. C. 


* v 


Carters 


.. Ga. 


TCJ 


Aniericus 


. Ga. 


* V 


Blue-Run Mine 


. . Fla. 


TCJ 


Carters ville 


.. Ga. 


TV 


Americus Shops 


. Ga. 


TV 


Bogart 


. . Ga. 


TJ 


Cary 


. .N. C. 


■ *v 


Anderson 


. Ga. 


* V 


Boiling 


..N. C. 


TV 


Cassatt 


..s. c. 


*v 


Anderson Mine 


. Fla. 


* v 


Bolton 


. . Ga. 


TCJ 


Catawba 


..s. c. 


*v 


Angel 


. Ala. 


TJ 


Bonsai 


. .N. C. 


* V 




..s. c. 


TV 


Anthony 


. Fla. 


TV 


Borden Springs 


. . Ala. 


* V 


Cay 


. . Fla. 


TCJ 




.N. C. 


TCJ 


Bostic 


. .N. C. 


*v 


Cayce 


..s. c. 


TCJ 


Apopka 


. Fla. 


*V 


Bowens Mill 


. . Ga. 


TCJ 


Cedar Key 


. . Fla. 


TJ 


Aragon 


. Ga. 


TV 


Bowers Hill 


. . Va. 


TCJ 


Cedartown 


.. Ga. 


TCJ 


Archer 


. Fla. 


TV 


Boyett 


. . Fla. 


*V 


Central Junction 


. . Fla. 


* V 


Arden 


. Ga. 


TCV 


Boy kins 


. . Va. 


T*V 


Central Junction 


. . Ga. 


*v 


Armena 


. Ga. 


TV 


Bracey 


. . Va. 


TV 


Centralia 


. . Fla. 


*v 


Armour 


N. C. 


* J 


Bradley Junction 


. . Fla. 


*V 


Chadwick 


. .N. C. 


* J 


Armour 


. Ga. 


TCV 


Bradentown 


. . Fla. 


V 


Chaires 


. . Fla. 


*v 


Arno 


. Fla. 


* V 


Bradentown Junction.. . 


.. Fla. 


* V 


Chambliss 


. . Ga. 


V 


Arredondo 


. Fla. 


TV 


Branchville 


. . Va. 


*v 


Champaign 


. . Fla. 


TCJ 


Athens 


. Ga. 


TV 


Brandon 


. . Fla. 


* V 


Chapman 


. . Fla. 


TCJ 


Atlanta 


. Ga. 


*V 


Brand v Branch 


. . Fla. 


* y 


Charles 


.. Ga. 


* V 


Atwood Jet 


. Fla. 


* V 


Braswell Still 


. . Fla. 


TCJ 


Charlotte 


. .N. C. 


TV 


Auburn 


. Ga. 


* V 


Brick Stone 


. . Ga. 


J 


Chattahoochee River. . . 


.. Fla. 


V 


Aucilla 


. Fla. 


TV 


Bronson 


. . Fla. 


TCJ 


Cheraw 


..S. C. 


*V 


Aults Spur 


. Ga. 


TV 


Brookler 


. . Fla. 


TV 


Cherryville 


. .N. C. 




Avants 


. Ga. 


TV 


Brooksville 


. . Fla. 


V 


Chesson 


.. Ala. 


V 


Avondale 


. Ala. 


TV 


Brooklyn 


. . Ga. 


TCJ 


Chester 


..s. c. 


T*V 


Ayres 


Fla. 


*V 


Bro wards 


Fla. 


TJ 


Chester 


Va. 



183 



Shippers' Information — Continued. 



TV 

TCJ 

TV 

TJ 

* V 

* V 

* V 

* V 
TJ 

TCJ 
•TV 
TV 
TV 
TV 
TV 
TV 
TJ 
TV 
*V 
*V 

* V 
TJ 
TJ 

TCJ 

TCJ 

TV 

V 

* V 
TV 

* V 

*vv 

TCJ 

* V 

* V 
T *V 

* V 
V 
V 

TV 
* V 

* v 
TJ 
TV 
*V 

* v 

* v 

TCV 
V 

* V 

* V 

* V 

* V 
TV 
TJ 

TV 
TCJ 

* V 

*v 

TV 
TJ 
TJ 

* V 

* V 
TJ 
»V 

* V 
TCJ 

* V 

* V 

* V 

* V 




Chesterfield S. C 

Citra Fla. 

Clarkton N. C 

Claxton Ga. 

Clay N. C 

Clayno Fla. 

Cleveland Ga. 

Cliff Ala. 

Cliffside Junction N. C 

Clinton S. C 

Clisby Park Ala. 

Clyo Ga. 

Coal City Ala. 

Cobb Ga. 

Cochran Va. 

Cognac N. C 

Colbert Ga. 

Coleman Fla. 

Colesburg Ga. 

College Spur S. C 

College Station Fla. 

Collins Ga. 

Colon.. N. C 

Columbia S. C 

Columbus Ga. 

Comer Ga. 

Coney Ga. 

Conquest S. C 

Conway N. C. 

Copeland Ga. 

Cooks Spur Ala. 

Cordele Ga. 

Cordova N. C 

Corey Fla. 

Coronet Fla. 

Coronet Junction Fla. 

Cortez Ga. 

Cottonton Ala. 

Councils N. C. 

Covington Fla. 

Cox Ga. 

Crawford Fla. 

Creedmoor N. C 

Crescent Fla. 

Croburk S. C 

Croby & W Fla. 

Cross Hill S. C 

Crouses N. C 

Crystal Springs Fla. 

Cullens Mine Fla. 

Cunningham Fla. 

Curtis Fla. 

Cusseta Ga. 

Cuyler Ga. 

Dacula Ga. 

Dade City Fla. 

Dady's Spur Ga. 

Dahoma Fla. 

Daisy Ga. 

Dallas Fla. 

Dallas Ga. 

Danton Ga. 

Daphne Ga. 

Darien Jet Ga. 

Davis & Crump Ala. 

Davittes Ga. 

Dawson Ga. 

Dayville Fla. 

Deatons Ga. 

Deadwyler Ga. 

Decatur, W. W Ga. 





STATIONS 




* v 


Deerlake 


. . Fla. 


* v 


Deerland Park 


. . Ga. 


* y 


Delaware 


.. Va. 


* y 


Delta 


. .S. C. 


* v 


Denham 


.. Fla. 


TCJ 


Denmark 


..S. C. 


V 


De Soto 


.. Ga. 


TV 


Dewitt 


.. Va. 


* v 


Dickerson 


..N. C. 


* v 


Dickeys 


. . Fla. 


B V 


Dicksons Mill 


..N. C. 


TJ* 


Dinwiddie 


. . Va. 


*v 


Divide 


.. Ga. 


* V 


Dixiana 


..S. C. 


V 


Dorchester 


.. Ga. 


* V 


Dorr 


. .N. C. 


V 




. Ala. 


* \r 


Drake 


. . Fla. 


* v 


Dresden 


..N. C. 


*T V 


Drexel 


.. Fla. 


TV 


Drifton 


. . Fla. 


T.I 


Dunnellon 


. . Fla. 


* v 


Dunnellon Mine 


.. Fla. 


* V 


Durant 


. . Fla. 


TCJ 


Durham 


. .N. C. 


* V 


Durkins 


.. Ga. 


* V 


Duval 


. . Fla. 


* v 


Early Bird 


. . Fla. 


* V 


East Arcadia 


...\. C. 


* v 


East Durham 


...V C. 


* V 


East McRae 


.. Ga. 


* v 


Eaves 


. .N. C. 


* v 


Eberson 


. .N. C. 


V 


Edenfield 


. . Fla. 


TJ 


Edgcmoor 


. .S. C. 


* v 


Edgewood 


.. Ga. 


T V 


Edeson Junction 


.. Fla. 


* V 


Edeson 


. . Fla. 


* V 


Edna 


.. Ga. 


* v 


Edwards 


. . Ala. 


TCJ 


Elbert on 


. . Ga. 


J 


Eldorado 


. . Fla. 


* v 


Electric Siding 


. .N. C. 


V 


Elkton 


..N. C. 


TV 


Ellabelle 


.. Ga. 


TV 




. . Fla. 


TJ 


EUenboro 


..N. C. 


TV 


Ellenton 


. . Fla. 


* V 


Ellenton Junction 


. . Fla. 


* v 


Ellsworth Junction 


.. Fla. 


V 


Ellzey 


. . Fla. 


V 


Elmore 


. .N. C. 


V 


Erick 


. . Ga. 


* V 




. Fla. 


TJ 


Enslcy 


. . Ala. 


TV 


Esom 


. . Ga. 


* v 


Esqueline 


.. Ga. 


TV 


Estill 


..S. C. 


* V 


Ethridge 


.. Ga. 


* V 


Eureka Mine 


. . Fla. 


* V 


Evans Mill 


..S. C. 


* V 


Eve . 


. Fla. 


TJ 


Everett 


.. Ga. 


* V 


Evei green 


. . Fla. 


* V 


Excelsior 


. ,S. C. 


* V 


Exley, . 


. Ga. 


* V 




. . Fla. 


TCJ 




. ,s. c. 


V 




.. Fla. 


TV 


Falmout h 


Fla. 



* V 
TCJ 

* V 

* V 
TV 

* V 
TCJ 

TV 

* V 

* v 

* V 

* V 
V 

* V 

J 

* V 

* V 
TV 
TJ 
TJ 

* V 
TCJ 
TCV 

* V 
'TV 

* V 

* V 

* V 

* V 

* v 



* V 

* v 

TCJ 

* v 

TV 
T* 
TV 

J 

V 

* V 

* V 

* V 
V 

* v 

* y 

* y 
TV 

V 
TV 

* V 

* V 
V 

* V 
TV 
TV 

* V 
V 

* V 
TV 

TCV 
TJ 

TCJ 

V 
TV 

* V 

* V 
TV 
TV 

* V 
TJ 



STATIONS 



Felton S. C. 

Fernandina Fla. 

Ferrell Fla. 

Fiftone Fla. 

Fish Ga. 

Fishing Creek Spur S. C. 

Fitzgerald Ga. 

Fiveay Jet Fla. 

Fleetnor Fla. 

Flintside Ga. 

Flora Fla. 

Flowers N. C. 

Floyd Ga. 

Forbes X. C. 

Forest City N. C. 

Forest Glen Ga. 

Forestville N. C. 

Fork S. C. 

Fort Davis Ala. 

Fort Lawn S. C. 

Fosburgh N. C. 

Franklin. . Va. 

Franklinton N. C. 

Frankphos Fla. 

Freeman Fla. 

Fruitville Fla. 

Fruitville Junction i. . Fla. 

Fudges S. C. 

Fullers Spur Ga. 

Fulton's Spur Fla. 

Gabriella Fla. 

Gainesboro Fla. 

Gainesville Fla. 

Garlington S. C. 

Garnett S. C. 

Garrison Fla. 

Garv Fla. 

Gary's N. C. 

Gaston S. C. 

Gatewood Ga. 

Gibson Junction N. C. 

Gibson Ga. 

Gifford S. C. 

Gill N. C. 

Gillespie S. C. 

Glencoe Ga. 

Glen St. Mary Fla. 

Glenwood Ga. 

Gloster Ga. 

Golden Rod Fla. 

Gopher S. C. 

Govan S. C. 

Grady Ga. 

Grandy Va. 

Granite N. C. 

Grays Ala. 

Grayson Ga. 

Gravs Wharf Fla. 

Great Falls ...S. C. 

Greer Fla. 

Greenville Fla. 

Greenwood S. C. 

Gretna Fla. 

Grevstone N. C. 

Griffin & Ackers Ala. 

Griggs Mine Fla. 

Groveland Ga. 

Guess S. C. 

Guiss Ala. 

Gumberrv N. C. 



I8 4 



Shippers' Information — Continued. 





STATIONS 




STATIONS 




STATIONS 


TJ 




. . Ga. 


* \* 


Katesvillc 


. .N. C. 


* v 


Long Cane 


..S. C. 


* V 


Hagood 


. . Va. 


.1 


Kelford 


. .N. C. 


* y 


Lota 


,S. C. 


* V 




. . Fla. 


V 


Kemper 


. .s. c. 


TCV 


Louisburg 


..N. C. 


* v 


Hamilton 

Hamlet 


N. C. 
..N. C. 


TV 
T* V 


Kcysville 


N. C. 
. . Fla. 


TV 
V 




. . Ga. 


TC J 


Lowe 


\ C 


* V 


Hammock Ridge 


. . Fla. 


T *V 


Keysville Jet 


. . Fla. 


T * V 




. . Fla. 


TCJ 


Hampton 


. . Fla. 


TJ 


Kilby 


. . Va. 


TV 


Lugoff 


. .S. C. 


* V 




..S. C. 


* V 


Kimberly 


. .S. C. 


* v 




.. Fla. 


TV 




.. Va. 


TJ 


Kimbrough 


. . Ga. 


* V 


Lulaville 


.. Ga. 


* V 


Hannah Pickett 


..N. C. 


TJ 


Kingsland 


. . Ga. 


T CJ 


Lumberton 


..N. C. 


TV 


Harmon 


. . Ala. 


* v 


Kingsland 


. .N. C. 


TCV 


Lumpkin 


. , Ga. 


V 


Hardaway 


. Ala. 


* V 


Kirby 


. ,N. C. 


* y 


Lumsden 


..N. C. 


* V 




. . Flo. 


* V 


Kirkpatrick S. & C. Co.. 


. . Ala. 


J 


Luray 


..s. c. 


* v 


Hardwiek 


. . Ala. 


* v 


Kirkwood 


. . Ga. 


* y 




..s. c. 


* v 


Harmony 


,.S. C. 


TCV 


Kittrell 


..N. C. 


* v 


Lutterlochs Spur 


. . Fla. 


TJ 


Hawthorne 


.. Fla. 


*v 


Klondike 


. .N. C. 


T* V 


Lutz 


. . Fla. 


TV 




.. Ga. 


V 




. . Fla. 


* y 


Luxomni 


.. Ga. 


* V 


Hedges 


. . Fla. 


TJ 


Kollocks 


. .8. C. 


* v 


Lynch 


.. Va. 


TCJ 




.. Ga. 


* V 


Kramer 


.. Ga. 


TV 


Lyons 


. . Ga. 


TCJ 


Henderson 


..N. C. 


V 


Kress 


. . Va. 








* y 


Henrietta 


. .N. C. 








TJ 


McBee 


..S. C. 


T * J 




. . Va. 


J 


Lacoochee 


. . Fla. 


TV 


McClenny 


. . Fla. 


V 


Hester 


..N. C. 


TV 


LaCrosse 


. . Fla. 


* v 


McDades 


. . Ala. 


* v 


Hicklin 


..S. C. 


TCJ 


LaCrosse 


. . Va. 


* v 


McDonald 


. . Fla. 


V 


Higgston 


. . Ga. 


* v 


Ladds 


.. Ga. 


* y 


McGinnis 


.. Ga. 


TV 




. . Fla. 


* v 


Lady Smith 


. . Va. 


* y 


McGregor 


.. Ga. 


* v 




..N. C. 


* v 


Lake Charm 


. . Fla. 


TV 


McKenny 


.. Va. 


* v 


Hilton 


,.N. C. 


TCJ 




. . Fla. 


*v 


McKennon 


..S. C. 


TJ 




.. Ga. 


CV 


Lake View 


..N. C. 


*V 


McLendon 


. . Ala. 


* V 


Hirsehs 


. . Ala. 


* v 


Lake Howell 


. . Fla. 


*v 


McLeroy 


.. Ga. 


TV 


Hix 


..S. C. 


* v 


Lakemont 


. . Fla. 


*y 


McNair 


. .N. C. 


TV 


Hoffman 


. .N. C. 


* v 


Landsford 


. .8. C. 


* v 


McNeils 


..s. c. 


*V 


Holder No. 1 Mine. . . . 


. . Fla. 


V 


Lanier 


.. Ga. 


J 


McRae 


.. Ga. 


*y 


Holder No. 2 Mine. . . . 


. . Fla. 


TJ 


Lattimore 


..N. C. 


*v 


MacDowells 


. . Fla. 


*v 


Holmes ville 


..S. C. 


* v 


Laurel 


. . Fla. 


TV 


Macon 


..N. C. 


*v 


Hooks 


. . Ala. 


TV 


Laurel Hill 


..N. C. 


TCJ 


Madison 


. . Fla. 


*v 


Hopewell 


. . Fla. 


TCJ 


Laurinburg 


,.N. C. 


* y 


Magnolia 


.. Va. 


V 


Houston 


. . Fla. 


*J 


Lawndale Jet 


..N. C. 


V 


Manassas 


.. Ga. 


*v 


Houston 


,.N. C. 


* y 


Lawrence 


. . Fla. 


TCV 


Manatee 


. . Fla. 


TJ 




. . Ga. 


TCJ 


Lawrenceville 


.. Ga. 


V 


Manavista 


. . Fla. 


*V 


Hugo 


.. Va. 


TV 


Lawtey 


. . Fla. 


*v 


Mangums 


. .S. C. 


V 


Hull 


.. Ga. 


* v 


Leeds 


..s. C. 


*y 


Manly 


..N. C. 


*v 


Hull Junction 


. . Fla. 


TV 


Lee 


. . Fla. 


J 


Manson 


,.N. C. 


TV 


Huntington 


.. Ga. 


TCJ 


Leesburg 


. . Fla. 


* y 


Manta 


.. Ga. 


*v 


Hurley 


.. Ga. 


*v 


Leitner 


..8. C. 


TV 


Margarettsville 


..N. C. 


TCJ 


Hurtsboro 


.. Ala. 


TV 


Lemon Springs 


..N. C. 


*V 


Marietta 


. . Fla. 


* V 


Hyatts 


..S. C. 


* v 


Lendo 


..N. C. 


TV 


Marietta 


..N. C. 








* v 


Lennon 


. . Fla. 


TCV 


Marion 


..s. c. 


*V 


Ida Spur 


. .N. C. 


*v 


Leonton 


. . Fla. 


*V 


M. & S. Jet 


..s. c. 


*v 


Indian Trail 


,.N. C. 


TV 


Leslie 


.. Ga. 


*V 


Marion Mine 


. . Fla. 


*v 


Inglehome 


. . Fla. 


* \ r 


Leveretts 


.. Ga. 


TV 


Marshville 


..N. C. 


*J 


Inman Park 


.. Ga. 


* v 


Lewaree 


..N. C. 


*V 


Masseys 


.. Ga. 


*v 


Inman Spur 


.. Ala. 


* v 


Lewis Lbr. Spur 


..N. C. 


TV 


Matthews 


..N. C. 


TJ 


Inverness 


. . Fla. 


TV 


Lewiston 


. N. C. 


*J 


Mattox 


. . Fla. 


V 


Iron 


..N. C. 


TV 


Lilburn 


.. Ga. 


TCJ 


Maxton 


..N. C. 


TJ 


Irondale 


. . . Ala. 


TV 


Lilesville 


..N. C. 


TV 


Maxville 


. . Fla. 


V 


Island Grove 


. . Fla. 


*V 


Limerick 


. . Ga. 


T * J 


Maxwell 


..S. C. 


* y 


Italia 


. . . Fla. 


V 


Limona 


. . Fla. 


* V 


Maxwells Spur 


. . Fla. 








TCJ 


Lincolnton 


..N. C. 


*V 


May 


..S. C. 


TCJ 


Jacksonville 


. . . Fla. 


* v 


Linwood 


. . Fla. 


*v 


Maynards 


..s. c. 


TJ 


Jacksonville 


. . . Ala. 


* V 


Listonia 


.. Ga. 


*v 


Mavs 


..S. c. 


*V 


Jacobs 


. ..S. C. 


* V 


Lithia 


.. Fla. 


*v 


Meadows 


. . Fla. 


*v 


Jenks 


. . . Ga. 


TCV 


Littleton 


..N. C. 


*v 


Meiklejohn Lbr. Co. . . 


..S. C. 


*v 


Joes Creek 


...N. C 


TCJ 


Live Oak 


. . Fla. 


*v 


Meinhard 


. . . Ga. 


*v 


Johnsons Spur 


. . . Ala. 


TV 


Livingston 


,.S. C. 


TJ 


Meldrim 


. .. Ga. 


*v 


Jones 


. .. Ga. 


TV 


Lloyd 


. . Fla. 


*v 


Mellier 


. ..S. C. 


*v 


Jones 


...N. C 


* V 


Lobman 


. . . Ala. 


*v 


Menlo 


. ..N. C. 


*v 


Jordans 


...N. C 


V 


Lochloosa 


. . . Fla. 


V 


Meredith 


. . . Fla. 


*v 


Joyland 


...N. C 


V 


Lockhart 


. . . Fla. 


*v 


Merry 


. . . Ala. 








* V 


Lock 


. . . Ala. 


TV 


Merry Oaks 


. ..N. C. 


*v 


Kalon 


. . . Fla. 


* V 


Lofton 


. . . Fla. 


*v 


Mersey 


. . . Fla. 


*v 


Kanapaha 


Fla. 


V 




Ga. 


TV 


Method 


N. C. 



185 



Shippers' Information — Continued. 





STATIONS 




STATIONS 




STATIONS 


TV 


Middendorf 


..S. C. 


* V 


Old Hundred 


..N. C. 


* v 


Powell 


. . Fla. 


TV 


Middleburg 


..N. C. 


TV 


Olustee 


. . Fla. 


* V 


Pratts Spur 


.. Ga. 


TV 


Middleton 


. . Ga. 


*V 


O'Neil 


. . Fla. 


J 


Pratt City 


.. Ala. 


TV 


Midway 


. . Fla. 


* v 


Olives 


. .N. C. 


TV 


Preston 


. . Ga. 


TV 


Milan 


. . Ga. 


TV 

* v 


Omaha 

Omohundro 


Ga. 

..N. C. 


* v 

* V 


Prices 


. Va. 


TV 


Millbrook 


,.N. C. 


.. Ala. 


T * J 


Milldale 


. . Fla. 


V 


Oneco 


. . Fla. 


TJ 


Pride 


..S. C. 


* v 


Millers 


..N. C. 


* v 


Orange Avenue 


. . Fla. 


*V 


Prince 


..N. C. 


*v 


Millerton 


. . Fla. 


V 


Orange Heights 


. . Fla. 


TV 


Proctorville 


..N. C. 


*v 


Milliken 


. . Fla. 


* v 


Orange Home 


. . . Fla. 


TV 


Purvis 


. Va. 


*v 


Milwaukee 


..N. C. 


TCJ 


Orlando 


. . Fla. 








T*V 


Mina 


. . Ga. 


TV 


Osborne 


..N. C. 


*v 


Queensland 


. . Ga. 


*v 


Mineral Springs 


..N. C. 


V 


Osgood 


..N. C. 


* v 


Queenstown 


. . Ala. 


*v 


Mitylene 


. . Ala. 


* v 


Osprey 


. . Fla. 


TCJ 


Quincy 


. . Fla. 


*v 


ModelloPark 


. . Fla. 


*v 


Otelia 


. . Fla. 








TV 


Moncure 


..N. C. 


* v 


Otside 


. .-S. C. 


TV 


Ragland 


. . Ala. 


TCV 


Monroe 


..N. C. 


*v 


Ottawa 


.. Ga. 


TCJ 


Raleigh 


. .N. C. 


TJ 


Montbrook 


. . Fla. 


V 


Otter Creek 


. . Fla. 


* v 


Raleigh 


. . Fla. 


*v 


Montclair 


.. Fla. 


CJ 


Oviedo 


. . Fla. 


*v 


Randall 


.. Ga. 


TCJ 


Montgomery 


. . Ala. 


* J 


Owensboro 


. . Fla. 


V 


Rawlins 


.. Va. 


TCJ 


Montioello 


. . Fla. 


TV 


Oxford : 


. . Fla. 


*v 


Rav Mine 


. . Fla. 


*V 


Montreal 


. . Ga. 


TCJ 


Oxford 


. .N. C. 


* V 


Red Banks 


. .N. C. 


J 


Mooresboro 


..N. C. 








* y 


Redwood 


..N. C. 


*v 


Morris Mine Spur 


. . Ala. 


TV 


Pageland 


. .s. c. 


V 


Reka 


.. Ga. 


* V 


Morris Siding 


.. Ga. 


TV 


Pages Mill 


. .s. c. 


V 


Renfroe 


.. Ga. 


TJ 


Morriston 


. . Fla. 


* v 


Palaky 


.. Ga. 


* v 


Renno 


..S. C. 


*v 


Moss Neck 


..N. C. 


* v 


Palestine 


. . Ala. 


*v 


Rerdell 


. . Fla. 


*v 


Mottweilers Spur 


.. Ga. 


* v 


Palmer 


. . Fla. 


* v 


Rex 


. . Fla. 


TV 


Mount Holly 


,.N. C. 


TV 


Palmetto 


. . Fla. 


TV 


Rhine 


.. Ga. 


TV 


Mountville 


..S. C. 


* v 


Palmetto Junction 


.. Fla. 


* y 


Rhode's Spur 


. . Fla. 


*v 


Mt. Carrie 


. . Fla. 


* V 


Palmyra 


.. Ga. 


* v 


Rice 


.. Ga. 


TV 


Mt. Croghan 


..S. C. 


*v 


Panama 


. . Fla. 


TV 


Riceboro 


.. Ga. 


V 


Mt. Pleasant 


. . Fla. 


V 


Panasoffkee 


. . Fla. 


*V 




..N. C. 


V 


Mt. Vernon 


. . Ga. 


* v 


Parker 


. . Fla. 


TCJ 


Richland 


. .• Ga. 


TV 


Mulberry 


.. Fla. 


* v 


Parker's 


. . Ga. 


TCJ 


Richmond 


.. Va. 


*v 


Murray Hill Spur 


. . Ga. 


TV 


Parrish 


. . Fla. 


TV 


Rich Square 


..N. C. 


*v 


Mutual 


. . Fla. 


TV 


Parrott 


. . Ga. 


TV 


Ridgeway 


..N. C. 


* v 


Myers 


..S. C. 


* v 




.. Ala. 


TV 


Rincon 


.. Ga. 








* v 


Pasadena 


. . Fla. 


TCJ 


River Junction 


. . Fla. 


T * J 


Navassa 


..N. C. 


* v 


Pates 


..N. C. 


* v 


River Mine 


. . Fla. 


*v 


Neal 


. . Fla. 


TV 


Patrick 


. .S. C. 


* v 


Rivers 


..S. C. 


TV 


Neeces 


..S. C. 


* V 


Paw Creek 


. .N. C. 


TJ 


Roanoke Junction 


. .N. C. 


TV 


Neuse 


..N. C. 


TV 


Peachland 


. .N. C. 


V 


Roanoke Rapids 


..N. C. 


TV 


New Hill 


. .N. C. 


* v 


Peach Orchard 


. . Fla. 


V 


Roba 


. . Ala. 


TV 


Newsoms 


.. Va. 


* v 


Pearl 


.. Ga. 


* y 


Roberdell Spur 


..N. C. 


*V 


New Point 


.. Ga. 


TV 


Pee Dee 


. .N. C. 


* v 


Roberson Spur 


.. Ala. 


* V 


New Timothy 


. . Ga. 


TJ 






TV 


Rochelle 


.. Ga. 


*v 


Niagara 


..N. C. 


TV 


Pembroke 


.. Ga. 


TCJ 




. . Ga. 


T * V 


Nichols 


. . Fla. 


TJ 


Pembroke 


..N. C. 


TCJ 


Rockingham 


..N. C. 


*J 


Norden 


.. Ga. 


* v 


Pendleton 


..N. C. 


* v 


Rodman 


..S. C. 


TCJ 


Norfolk 

Noiiina 


Va. 

,.N. C. 


*v 

* v 


Penia 


. . Ga. 


B*V 

*v 


Rogers 

Rogers 


..N. C. 


TCV 


Person 


. . Ala. 


..S. C. 


T*V 


Norman 


. . Fla. 


TCJ 


Petersburg 


.. Va. 


* v 


Romcga 


. . Ala. 


TJ 


North 


..S. C. 


* v 


Phoenix 


. .N. C. 


T*V 


Roper 


. . Ala. 


* v 


Northwest 


..N. C. 


* v 


Piedmont 


. . Fla. 


* v 


Rose 


. . Fla. 


*v 


Norwills 


. . Fla. 


TCJ 


Piedmont 


.. Ala. 


* v 


Rosewood 


. . Fla. 


T * v 


Nowatney 


. . Fla. 


TCV 


Pine Bluff 


. .N. C. 


* v 


Rosindale 


..N. C. 








TJ 


Pinoca Yards 


..N. C. 


* v 


Rothwell 


.. Ga. 


*v 


Oak 


. . Fla. 


TJ 


Pitts 


.. Ga. 


* V 


Rowells 


..S. C. 


* v 


Oakland 


.. Ga. 


TV 


Pittsview 


. . Ala. 


* v 


Rowena 


. . Fla. 


TCJ 


Ocala 


. . Fla. 


TCV 


Pittsboro 


,.N. C. 


TV 


Roxobel 


..N. C. 


* V 


Ochillee 


.. Ga. 


TV 




.. Ga. 


TV 


Ruby 


..S. C. 


* V 


Ochwalkee 


.. Ga. 


TCJ 


Plant City 


. . Fla. 


* V 


Russells 


.. Ga. 


TCJ 


Ocilla 


. . Ga. 


TV 


Plymouth 


. . Fla. 


* v 


Russcllvillc 


..N. C. 


*J 


Ocklocknee 


. . Fla. 


TV 


Polkton 


..N. C. 


V 


Rutherford 


. . Ala. 


*v 


Oconee Brick Yard. . . . 


. . Ga. 


* v 


Pope 


..N. C. 


TCJ 


Rutherfordton 


..N. C. 


TV 


Odenville 


. . Ala. 


V 


Portland 


.. Ga. 








*v 


Ogden 


. . Fla. 


TV 


Potecasi 


..N. C. 


*y 


Sadie 


. . Fla. 


TV 


Oglesby 


.. Ga. 


* v 


Portersville 


..N. C. 


*J 


Salak 


,.S. C. 


TV 


Ohatchie 


. . Ala. 


TCJ 


Portsmouth 


.. Va. 


*v 


Salie 


. . Fla. 


V 


Ohoopee 


. . Ga. 


* v 


Potter 


. . Fla. 


*v 




..S. C. 


TV 


Olar 


S. C. 


TJ 


Powder Springs 


Ga. 


*v 


Salters 


Ga. 



1 86 



Shippers' Information — Continued. 



STATIONS 



Sampson Junction 

Sanderson 

Sandy River 

Sanford 

Sanie 

Santos 

Sarasota 

Sardis 

Savage Siding 

Sasser 

Satilla River 

Savannah 

Saville 

Saxony 

Schofield 

Scotia 

Scotland Mil] 

Seaboard 

Seals 

Section 20A Mine 

Section 20 B Mine 

Section 20C Mine 

Section 20 Mine 

Section 3-1 Mine 

Section 35 Mine 

Sellers 

Severn 

Seville 

Shelby 

Shelby Water Works.... 

Shell Beach 

Shehnan 

Shepard 

Silver Springs Junction. . 

Simmons 

Skelton 

Sledges 

Smithboro 

Smith 's Spur 

Snyder 

Southern Mine 

Southern Pines 

South Lake Weir 

South Marion 

South Richmond 

South Tampa 

Southwell 

Southwood 

South Yard 

Sparr 

Spalding 

Spence. 



. Fla. 
. Fla. 
.S. C 
.N. C 
. Ala. 
. Fla. 
. Fla. 
.N. C 
. Ala. 
. Ga. 
. Ga. 
. Ga. 
. Ga. 
.N. C 



Spring Park 

Squires 

Stacers 

Stallings 

Standard 

Stanley Creek 

Starke 

Statham 

Stemper 

Stephens Spur 

Stevens 

Stilesboro 

Stillwell... 

St. Catherine 

St. Mary's River Bridge. 

St. Marks 

St. Marks Junction. . . . 

Stone Quarry 

Stout's 

Stubbs 



.S. C 
.S. C. 

.N. C 
N. C 
. Ga. 
. Fla. 
. Fla. 
. Fla. 
. Fla. 
. Fla. 
. Fla. 
.N. C 
.N. C 
. Ga. 
.N. C 
.N. C 
. Fla. 
. Ga. 
.S. C 
. Fla. 
. Ga. 
. Va. 
. Ala. 
.S. C 
.S. C 
. Ga. 
. Fla. 
.N. C 
. Fla. 
.S. C 
. Va. 
. Fla. 
. Ga. 
.N. C 
. Va. 
. Fla. 
.S. C 
.S. C 
. Fla. 
.S. C. 
. Ga. 
.N. C 
. Fla. 
.N. C 
. Fla. 
. Ga. 
. Fla. 
. Fla. 
. Ala. 
. Ga. 
. Ga. 
. Fla. 
. Fla. 
. Fla. 
. Fla. 
!.N. C. 
.N. C 
.N. C 



STATIONS 



* v 
TCJ 

TV 

* v 

* V 
V 

*v 
*v 

* v 

*v 
*v 
*v 

TV 

* v 

TV 

V 

*v 
*v 



TCJ 

*V 
TCJ 

* v 

TV 

TCJ 

* v 
V 

* v 
V 

TCJ 

* v 
TJ 
*V 

V 

* v 

*v 

*v 

x * V 

*J 

TV 

* V 
TV 
TV 

*V 
TV 

*V 



TV 
TV 



*V 

*v 
*v 
*v 
*v 

TV 
TV 

* v 

* v 

*v 

* V 
TCJ 

*v 



V 

*v 

TCJ 
*BV 



Stuckey Ga. 

Suffolk Va. 

Summerlield Fla. 

Summitt N. C 

Sumner Fla. 

Sumterville Fla. 

Sumterville Junction Fla. 

Sunny Side Fla. 

Suskins Fla. 

Sutherland N. C 

Suwannee Fla. 

Swan Fla. 

Swansea S. C 

Sweet Water Ga. 

Sycamore S. C 

Sydney Fla. 

Syndicate No. 1 Mine Fla. 

Syndicate No. 3 Mine Fla. 

Tallahassee Fla. 

Tallovast Fla. 

Tampa Fla. 

Tar River N. C 

Taylorsville Ga. 

Tavares Fla. 

Tecumseh Pump Siding. . . Ala. 

Terra Ceia Fla. 

Terra Ceia Junction Fla. 

Terrell Fla. 

Thalmann Ga. 

Thames Fla. 

Thelma N. C 

Thomas Ala. 

Thomas Ga. 

Thompsons S. C 

Thorp Siding Va. 

Tisonia Fla. 

Tooke Lake Fla. 

Toronto Fla. 

Townsend Ga. 

Trapnell Fla. 

Tredegar Ala. 

Tucker Ga. 

Tulsa Ga. 

Turkey Creek Fla. 

Twenty-Three Mile Spur.. N. C 

Ulmers S. C 

Union Ga. 

Vah-ico Fla. 

Vance N. C 

Van Espen Fla. 

Vanwyck S. C 

Vasons Ga. 

Vass N. C 

Vaughan N. C 

Venice Fla. 

Verdie Fla. 

Vereen Fla. 

Victoria Fla. 

Vidalia Ga. 

Vigo Ala. 

Waco N. C 

Wacissa Fla. 

Wadesboro N. C 

Wadesboro Furniture Co. .N. C 



STATIONS 



T C V 


Wake Forest 


. ...N. C. 


* V 


Wakulla 


. . . . Fla. 


T C J 


Waldo 


. . . . Fla. 


* V 


Walker Spring 


. . . . Fla. 


* V 




. . . . Fla. 


* V 


Wallace's Mill 


Ga. 


TJ 


Wannee 


. . . . Fla. 


* V 


Warnell 


. . . . Fla. 


*v 


Warners 


. . . . Ala. 


TV 


Warfield 


. . . . Va. 


TCJ 


Warren Plains 


....N. C. 


TJ 


Watertown 


. . . . Fla. 


* v 


Watkin 


. . . . Ala. 


* V 


Watkins 


....N. C. 


V 




..S. C. 


*v 


Waverly 


Ga. 


TV 


Waxhaw 


....N. C. 


*v 


Waylonzo 


. . . . Fla. 


TV 


Wavs 


. . . . Ga. 


* v 


Weddell 


....S. C. 


* V 


Weddles Spur 


. . . . Fla. 


* v 


Weekly's Spur 


....S. C. 


* v 


Weeks 


. . . . Fla. 


TJ 


Welborn 


. . . . Fla. 


T * V 


Welcome 


. . . . Fla. 


T C J 


Weldon 


. ...N. C. 


TJ 


Wellington 


. . . . Ala. 


* v 


West Farm 


. . . . Fla. 


TV 


West Jacksonville 


. . . . Fla. 


TV 


Weston 


. . . . Ga. 


* v 


White House 


. . . . Fla. 


TV 


White Oak 


. . . . Ga. 


* v 


Whitely 


. . . . Ga. 


TV 


Whitmire 


. ...s. c. 


V 


Whitney 


. . . . Fla. 


TCJ 


Wildwood 


. . . . Fla. 


* v 


Williams 


. . . . Fla. 


* v 


Williams 


. . . . Ga. 


* V 


Williams 


....S. c. 


T * V 


Williford 


. . . . Fla. 


TJ 


Wilhston 


. . . . Fla. 


* v 




. . . . Fla. 


TCJ 


Wilmington 


. ...N. C. 


TV 


Wimauma 


. . . . Fla. 


TCJ 


Winder 


Ga. 


TV 


Wingate 


. ...N. C. 


* V 


Winns Spur 


. . . . Ga. 


CJ 


Winter Park 


. . . . Fla. 


T * V 


Wiscon 


. . . . Fla. 


V 




..N. C. 


TJ 


Woodbine 


. . . . Ga. 


TV 


Woodford 


....S. C. 


V 


Woodland 


. ...N. C. 


*J 


Woodlawn 


. . . . Ala. 


* y 


Woodlawn 


. ...N. C. 


V 


Woodville 


. . . . Fla. 


J 


Woodward 


. ... Ala. 


* v 


Wyatt 


....N. C. 


*v 


Wylie 


..S. c. 


* V 


Wylly.... 


. . . . Fla. 


TCJ 


Ybor City 


. . . . Fla. 


*V 


Veomans 


.... Ga. 


TV 


Youngsville 


....N. C. 


TV 




. . . . Fla. 


TV 


Zellwood 


. . . . Fla. 


V 




. ...S. C. 


* J 




Ala. 


TV 


Zephvrhills 


. . . . Fla. 



187 



Track Scales. 



LOCATION 


Length 


Capacity 
Pounds 


Maker 


LOCATION 


Length 


Capacity 
Pounds 


Maker 


Abbeville 


Ga, 


42' 


4' 


120,000 


Fairbanks. 


Laurinburg 


. .N. C. 


40' 


3' 


160,000 


Howe. 




..N. C. 


42' 




180,000 


Buffalo. 


Live Oak 


. . . Fla. 


40' 




200,000 


Pittsburg. 


Americus 


....Ga. 


42' 


:v 


1311,(111(1 


Fairbanks. 


Lumberton 


. N. C. 


38' 




195,000 


Fairbanks. 




. .N. C. 


38' 


V 


200,000 


Fairbanks. 


Montgomery (Clisbv Park) 


....Ala. 


42' 




120.000 


Fairbanks. 


Athena 


. . . .Ga. 


36' 




200,000 


Howe. 




...Fla. 


38' 




200,000 


Fairbanks. 


Birmingham 


Ala. 


38' 


2' 


200,000 


Fairbanks. 


Petersburg 


. ...Va. 


40' 




175.000 


Howe. 




. Ga. 


40' 
38' 
40' 


6' 


175,000 
110.000 
200,000 


Howe. 

Buffalo. 

Fairbanks. 


Plant City 

Portsmouth, No. 1 

Portsmouth, No. 2 


Fla. 

Va. 

. . . . Va. 


38' 
40' 
38' 


4' 

1' 


200,000 
170,000 
200.000 






. . .S. C. 




Cedartown 


....Ga. 


Fairbanks. 


Charlotte 


..N. C. 


38' 




200,000 


Fairbanks. 




. ...Va. 


38' 


0' 


195,000 


Fairbanks. 




...S. C. 


39' 
38' 


11| 


Kill, 110(1 
180,000 


Howe. 

Fairbanks. 


Ragland 

Raleigh 


Ala. 
. .N. C. 


36' 
50' 


2' 
3' 


120,000 
200,000 




Coal City 


....Ala. 


Fairbanks. 


Columbia 


...S. C. 


44' 


1' 


135,000 


Fairbanks. 




. . . . Va. 


40' 




160,000 


Howe. 


Dunnellon 


. .. .Fla. 


50' 


4" 


200.000 


Fairbanks. 


Sanford 


. .N. C. 


40' 


o» 


150,000 


Fairbanks. 


Durham 


,.N. C. 


40' 




200.000 


Fairbanks. 


Savannah, No. 1 


...Ga. 


37' 


11" 


200.000 


Buda. 


Elberton 


....Ga. 


38' 




200,000 


Fairbanks. 




...Ga. 


72' 




215,000 


Fairbanks. 


Fernandina 


Fla. 


50' 




200.000 


Fairbanks. 


Savannah, No. 3 


...Ga. 


49' 


10' 


200,000 


Fairbanks. 


Greenwood 


...S. C. 


38' 




200,000 


Fairbanks. 


Savannah (Hutchinson Island). Ga. 


42' 




155,000 Fairbanks. 




. .N. C. 


44' 




165.000 


Fairbanks. 




. ..Fla. 


44' 


o» 


185,000 


Fairbanks 




....Ga. 


34' 




90,000 


Fairbanks. 


Tampa 


...Fla. 


37' 


10' 


200.000 


Fairbanks. 


Henderson 


..N. C. 


42' 




190,000 


Fairbanks. 




. . . Ala. 


50' 


3" 


200,000 


Fairbanks. 




...Ga. 


38' 


4' 


200,000 


Fairbanks. 


Waldo 


...Fla. 


38' 


6' 


200,000 


Fairbanks. 


Jacksonville Shop 


....Fla. 


42' 




150.000 


Fairbanks. 


West Jacksonville Yard. . . 


...Fla. 


50' 




200,000 


Fairbanks. 


Kilby 


....Va. 


38' 


6' 


150.000 


Fairbanks. 


Wilmington 


. .N. C. 


3S' 




185,000 


Fairbanks. 


Kollocks 


...S. C. 


38' 




160,000 


Fairbanks. 















Cotton Compresses. 



LOCATION 



Albany Ga. 

Americus Ga. 

Athens Ga. 

Atlanta Ga. 

Birmingham Ala. 



Charlotte N. C 

Columbia S. C 

Columbus Ga 

Cordele Ga 

Dawson Ga 

Elberton Ga 

Fitzgerald Ga 

Hutchinson's Island (opposite 

Savannah) Ga 

Montgomery Ala 

Norfolk Va 

Richland Ga 

Savannah Ga 

Vidalia Ga 

Wilmington N, C 



BY WHOM OPERATED 



Atlantic Compress Co 

Atlantic Compress Co 

Atlantic Compress Co: 

Compress No. 1 

Compress No. 2 

Atlantic Compress Co. operate: 

Bell St. Press 

Capital Compress 

Birmingham Compress Co 

Warrant Warehouse Co 

R. A. Lee & Co., Heath Bros., Sanders, Orr & Co., and John Van Lan 

dingham operate: 

Compress No. 1 

Compress No. 2. 

Charlotte Compress Co 

Columbia Compress Co 

Palmetto Compress Co 

Atlantic Compress Co. operate: 

Central of Georgia Press 

Atlantic Compress Co 

Cordele Compress Co 

Atlantic Compress Co 

Elberton Cotton Compress Co 

Atlantic Compress Co 

Atlantic Compress Co 

Atlantic Compress Co. operate: 

Alabama Compress 

Montgomery Compress 

Mutual Compress 

Norfolk Warehouse Association 

International Compress Co 

Richland Compress Co 

Atlantic Compress Co. operate: 

United H. C. Press 

Gordon Cotton Press 

Vidalia Compress & Power Co 

Wilmington Compress & Warehouse Co 

Champion Compress & Warehouse Co 



REACHED BY 



Seaboard. 

Central of Georgia. 
. G. S. W. & G. 
J Central of Georgia. 
\ Seaboard. 

f Central of Georgia. 
\ Georgia, 
Seaboard. 

Southern. 
Georgia. 

Central of Georgia. 

St. L. & San Francisco. 

Southern. 

Alabama Great Sou. 
J Seaboard. 
] Southern. 

Birmingham Belt Line. 



> Southern. 

/ Central of Georgia. 

1 Seaboard. 

i Atlanta, Bir. & Atl'tic. 
I Seaboard. 

1 Atlanta, Bir. & Atl'tic. 
J Central of Georgia. 
\ Seaboard. 
Seaboard. 
f Atlanta, Bir. & Atl'tic. 
\ Seaboard. 

Seaboard and Barge. 
f Louisville & Nashville. 
1 Western of Alabama. 
I Central of Georgia. 
\ Seaboard. 

Louisville & Nashville. 

> Barge. 

j Seaboard. 
\Ga., Fla. & Ala. 

) Atlantic Coast Line. 

Central of Georgia. 
{ Macon, Dublin &. Sav. 
) Seaboard. 
f Atlantic Coast Line. 
\ Seaboard. 

Atlantic Coast Line. 



1 88 



Stock Pens. 



LOCATION 




CAPACITY 


LOCATION 


CAPACITY 


LOCATION 


CAPACITY 




...Ga. 


1 Carload. 




.a. c. 


1 Carload. 




...Ga. 


Chute only. 




. .S. C. 


2 Carloads. 


Gainesville 


..Fla. 


2 Carloads. 




..Fla. 


2 Carloads. 




...Ga. 


1 Carload. 










. N. C. 






...Ga. 


1 Carload. 




. .Fla. 


2 Carloads. 




. ..Va. 


Union Yard. 




..Fla. 


2 Carloads. 




.S. C. 


2 Carloads. 




..Fla. 


4 Carloads. 




...Ga. 


2 Cai loads. 


Hamlet 


.N. C. 


10 Carloads. 


Ualeifih 


.N. C. 


10 Carloads. 




. . Fla. 


2 Carloads. 


Hampton (G. S. & F.) ..Fla. 


3 Carloads. 




...Ga. 


1 Carload. 




. . Fla. 


4 Carloads. 


Helena 


. ..Ga. 


1 Carload. 




. . .Ga. 


2 Carloads. 




...Ga. 


4 Carloads. 


Inverness 


. .Fla. 


Chute only. 


Richland 


...Ga. 


1 Carload. 




...Ga. 


J 50 Carloads. 


Jacksonville 


..Fla. 


3 Cai loads. 


Richmond 


...Va. 


Union Yard. 


(Miller Union) 






. ..Ga. 


1 Carload. 


Rich Square 


. N. C. 


1 Carload. 






Chute only. 
4 Carloads. 


Kingsland 


.N. C. 


Chute only. 
2 Carloads. 




Ga 






. . Fla. 


..Ga. 


Rockingham 


.N. C. 


2 Carloads. 




...Ga. 


1 Caiload. 


Lawrenceville 


. .Ga. 


1 Carload. 




...Ga. 


2 Carloads. 




..Ala. 


5 Carloads. 


Laurinburg 


.N. C. 


1 Carload. 


Sanford 


.N. C. 


2 Carloads. 




..Fla. 


2 Carloads. 




..Fla. 


2 Carloads. 




. . Fla. 


Chute only. 


Calhoun Falls 


.s. c. 


1 Carload 


Lewiston 


.N. C. 


2 Carloads. 




...Ga. 


Chute only. 




.8. C. 


2 Carloads. 




. . Fla. 


2 Carloads. 




. . .Ga. 


2 Carloads. 


Carlisle 


.8. C. 


1 Caiload. 




. . Fla. 


2 Carloads. 


Seaboard 


. N. C. 


4 Carloads. 




.8. C. 


1 Carload. 


Lumberton 


.N. C. 


1 Carload. 


Scotia 


.8. C. 


Chute only. 




. ..Ga. 


2 Carloads. 




..Ga. 


Chute only. 




..Fla. 


2 Carloads. 




.N. C. 


4 Carloads. 




. .Ga. 


1 Carload. 




. . Fla. 


Chute only. 




Fla. 
.8. C. 


2 Carloads. 

2 Carloads. 


Madison 

Margarettsville 


Fla. 
N. C. 


2 Carloads. 
1 Carload. 








Cheraw, 




. .Fla. 


2 Carloads. 


Chester 


.8. C. 


2 Carloads. 


Marshville 


.N. C. 


1 Carload. 




..Fla. 


6 Carloads. 


Citra 


..Fla. 


2 Carloads. 


Mathews 


N. C. 


1 Carload. 


Taylorsville 


. ..Ga. 


1 Carload. 




.N. C. 
. . .Ga 


Chute only. 
1 Carload. 


Middleton 


N. C. 
..Ga. 


1 Carload. 
1 Carload. 








Claxton 




..Fla. 


Chute only. 


Clinton 


.8. C. 


2 Carloads. 


Monroe 


N. C. 


4 Carloads. 




. . Fla. 


Chute only. 


Clvo 


..Ga. 


Chute only. 


Montgomery (Clisbv 








. ..Ga. 




Collins 


..Ga 


1 Carload. 


Park) 


..Ala. 


5 Carloads. 


Wadesboro 


.N. C. 


2 Carloads. 




.8. C. 


3 Carloads. 


Monticello 


. .Fla. 


Chute only. 


Waldo 


..Fla. 


3 Carloads. 




..Ga. 


1 Carload. 






Chute only. 


Ways 


..Ga. 


1 Carload. 




..Ga. 


1 Carload. 


North 


.S. C. 


1 Carload. 


Weldon 


. N. C. 


3 Carloads. 


Councils 


.N. C. 


Chute only. 




. . Fla. 


8 Carloads. 




. .Ala. 


1 Carload. 


Dade City 


..Fla. 


2 Carloads. 


Ocilla 


..Ga. 


Chute only. 


White Oak 


..Ga. 


3 Carloads. 




..Ga. 


1 Carload. 




. . Fla. 


2 Carloads. 


Wildwood 


..Fla. 


2 Carloads. 




..Ga. 


1 Carload. 


Oxford 


. . Fla. 


2 Carloads. 




. N. C. 


1 Carload. 




..Ga. 


2 Carloads. 




..Fla. 


3 Carloads. 




..Ga. 


1 Carload. 


Estill 


.S. C. 


1 Carload. 




. .Ga. 


Chute only. 




. N. C. 


Chute only. 


Everett (Sou. Ry.)... 


..Ga. 


2 Carloads. 




..Ga. 


Chute only. 


Woodford 


.S. C. 


Chute only. 


Fitzgerald 


S. C. 
Ga. 


1 Carload. 

2 Carloads. 


Piedmont 


Ala. 


2 Carloads. 


Yulee 


Fla. 


3 Carloads. 



LIST OF INDUSTRIES 

MANUFACTURING PLANTS, DEALERS AND SHIPPERS ON THE LINES OF THE 
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILWAY 



AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS 


AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS. 


AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS— Cont. 




(Factories) 




Dealers In.) 




(Dealers In) 


Alabama: 




Alabama: 




Georgia: 




Birmingham 


. International Harrow Cul- 


Birmingham 


. Moore-Mandley Hdw. Co. 


Columbus. . . 


. Methvin Hardware Co. 




tivator Co. 
. International Harvester Co. 


Montgomery 


.Alabama Machinery & Sup- 
ply Co. 
.Deere Implement & Vehicle 


u 




■ 


it 




Georgia: 




.Cordele Hardware Co. 


.Georgia Plow & Implement 
Co. 

.Atlanta Agricultural Works. 

.Atlanta Plow Co. 

.Atlanta Plow & Vehicle Co. 

. Golden's Foundry & Ma- 
chine Co. 
Southern Plow Co. 

.Sikes Hay Press Co. 

.Rochelle Auto Co. 


Florida : 

Apopka 

Gainesville. . 


Co. 
.Lum Machinery Co. 
.Wimberly, Thos., Hdwe. Co. 

E. Liebing & Howard. 
.Baird Hardware Co. 




.Garvin Hardware Co. 




Dawson .... 
Fish...'.'..'.'.' 


Battle Hardware Co. 
.J. M. Clifton Hdwe. Co. 


■ 


. Dawson Hardware Co. 


Columbus. . . 


.J. T. Watkins. 
.Wm. Weddell. 




" 


.Gainesville Hardware Co. 


° 


.W. 0. Hamrick & Co. 


Ocilla 


Hampton . . . 
Jacksonville. 


. Hampton Farm & Hdwe. Co. 

.Sobel Bros. 

.Towers Hardware Co. 

.International Harvester Co. 


Fitzgerald. . 


.Adams Rogers Hdwe. Co. 
.Fitzgerald Hardware Co. 






. Folsom-Tillman. 






Lake City. . 


.J. E. \ oung Co. 




. McRae Hardware Co. 


Cary 


.Z. V. Johnson & Son. 




. McClenny Hardware Co. 


Ocilla 


.J. B. Reynolds. 




.Harrison Wagon Co. 
.Cole Mfg. Co. 














.E. B. Shelfer Co. 


Ohoopee. . . . 


.W. J. Hall. 


Laurinburg. . 


.John Blue. 




.A. L. Wilson Co. 


Rochelle. .. . 


.Grummy Hardware Co. 
. Reid Hardware Co. 


Virginia : 




Georgia: 






.Fambio Burnette Hdw. Co. 


Norfolk 


.S. R. White Sons. 




.Georgia Farm Mach. Co. 


" 







.R. W. Whitehurst Co., Ino. 


* 


.0. B. F. Avery & Son. 




. Heidt Plow Co. 


Richmond .. . 


.The Cardwell Men. Co. 


■ 




u 


. Chatham Carriage Co. 
.Osborne Marlow Co. 


u 


. Hening & Nuckols. 


Americus. . . . 


. Sheffield Huntington Co. 


« 




. Hoenniger-Sizemore. 


" 


.J. W. Harris. 


" 






.Implement Co., The. 




.Griffith Implement Co. 


" 






.International Harvester Co. 


■ 


.Miller & Co. 


w 


.J. D. Weed & Co. 




of America. 


■ 


.E. D. Sledge. 


Seville 







.Johnston Harvester Co., The 


Atlanta 


.J. I. Case Threshing Ma- 


Statham 


.T. J. & W. S. Lonin. 




. King Seed&Implement Corp. 




chine Co. 








.Starke Ashton. 


" 


.W. J. Dabnev Impl. Co. 








. Btarke'a Dixie .Plow Works, 


u 


.John Deere Plow Co. 


North Carolina 






Inc. 


" 


. International Harvester Co. 




. Hutchinson, Sekorn & Hipp. 




.Watt Plow Co., The 


Columbus. . . 


. Wm. Beach Hardware Co. 


" 





.Baldwin Shovel Works. 


" 


.Columbus Iron Works Co. 


■ 




Suffolk 


. W. B. Furguson. 


u 


-C. P. Bush Hardware Co. 


■ 


.B. D. Springs & Co. 



189 



List of Industries — Continued. 



AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS— Cont. 

(Dealers In) 
North Carolina: 

Charlotte C. A. Black. 

* Cole Manufacturing Co. 

Ellenboro A. C. Wilson & Co. 

Kittrell J. M. Woodlief & Co. 

Laurinburg. . .Planters Trading Co. 

" Bostic Mule Company. (1J 

Lilesville Lilesville Hdw. Co. 

Lincolnton. .. . R. M. Rosman. 
Lumberton ... McAllister Hardware Co. 
Oxford Long Winston Co. 

" Acme Hardware Co. 

■ Oxford Hardware Co. 

* Horner Bros. Co. 

Raleigh Job. P. Wyatt & Sons Co. 

W. A. Wyatt. 

u S. W. Brewer & Son. 

Eanford Lee Hdw. Co. 

South'rn PinesEagle Hardware Co. 

Wadesboro Blalock Hardware Co. 

" Wadesboro Hardware Co. 

Wake Forest.. .Pearce, M. Z. 
Wilmington .. .Jacobi Hardware Co. 
Springer, W. E. & Co. 

* Murchison, J. W. & Co. 

Wingate J. L. Austin Co. 

South Carolina: 

Columbia Deere, Jno., Plow Co. 

■ International Harvester Co. 

Moline Plow Co. 

Vulcon Plow Co. 

Cheraw Cheraw Hardware & Supply 

Co. 
Estill Estill Trading Co. 

Virginia: 

Boykina H. A. Moore. 

Cochran C. E. Daniel. 

L. H. Abernathy. 

Franklin W. T. Pace. 

Norfolk G. H. Steinhard & Co. 

C. Billups & Son & Co. 

Norfolk Farm Supply Co. 

Geo. B. Todd. 

Petersburg. .. ,W. H. Harrison. 

H. L. Smith. 

■ Gresham & Co. 

Richmond The Call Watt Co. 

Suffolk C. A. Shoofs. 

* P. M. Lilliston. 

Note.— (1) P. O. Wagrom. N. C. 

AUTOMOBILES. 
(Manufacturers and Dealers) 
Alabama: 

Avondate Great Southern Automobile 

Co. 
Birmingham . . Morrison Motor Car Co. 

° Birmingham Garage. 

R. W. Craig Motor Car Co. 

■ Browned Auto Co. 

■ Birmingham Motor Co. 

■ Drennen Motor Car Co. 

" Highland Garage. 

" Haynes Motor Car Co. 

" Matthews Auto Co. 

■ Southern Garage. 

" Saunders Motor Car Co. 

J. W. Brazel. 

Eneley Morrison Motor Car Co. 

R. W. Craig Motor Co. 

Montgomery. .The Hobbie Motor Car Co. 

Chandler Motor Car Co. 

* Lozier Motor Co. 

" Buick Motor Co. 

White Motor Co. 

* Berridge Motor Car Co. 

" Montgomery Carriage Wks. 

" ...... .Thompson Motor Co. 

' Ford Motor Co. 

" Overland Motor Co. 

Cole Motor Co. 

Florida: 

Bradentown . . Bradentown Garage. 
Dade City.. . .Sparkman & Co. 

Ellzey J. L. Williams. 

Fernandina. . . Fernandina Garage. 

Gainesville Gainesville Motor Car Co. 

" Swearmgen Automobile Co. 

■ Cash Garage. 

* Albright Garage. 

Inverness Inverness Motor Co. 

Jacksonville. .Aultman Motor Co. 

Fred E. Gilbert. 

* Nolan, Claude. 

Oliver, L. C. 

" Sinkler & Rice. 

" Seminole Motor Co. 



AUTOMOBILES— Continued. 
(Manufacturers and Dealers.) 
Florida: 

Lake City. . . .Lake City Motor Co. 

u Shackleford & Thorpe. 

Madison Corbin Motor Car Co. 

■ Madison Motor Car Co. 

Monticello. . . . R. W. Pearce. 
Orlando Cook Auto Co. 

u San Juan Garage Co. 

Plant City.. . .Ford Auto Sales Co. 

Quincy W. F. Lester. 

Tampa Cadillac Sales Co. J. B. 

Johnson. 

West Coast Auto Co. 

J. C. Williams Co. 

Wilson & Beckwith. 

Florida Auto & Gas Engine 

Co. 

A Ford Motor Car Co. 

Boynton & Henderson 

Overland Sales Co. 

Tampa Harness & Wagon 

Co., B. U. Jones. 
" Hodgeon & Tiezevant. 

■ loe R. Johnson. 

" Seminole Motor Co. 

Georgia: 

Albany Owens Auto Co. 

Americus Americus Automobile Co. 

" Gordan Statham Co. 

" H.R.&J.E. Johnson. 

" Stapleton Automobile Co. 

Atlanta Van Winkle Motor Truck 

Co. 

Atlanta Auto Sales Co. 

Baker Electric Auto Sales Co. 

Buick Motor Car Co. 

Carter Car Co. 

Cole Motor Car Co. 

Columbia Auto Exchange. 

L. S. Crane. 

E. D. Crane & Co. 

Firestone Columbus Co. 

Ford Premier Sales Co. 

Ford Motor Co. 

J. W. Goldsmith, Jr. 

Hauser & Burns. 

Hudson Motor Car Co. 

T. J. James. 

Johnson Motor Car Co. 

Locomobile Co. of America. 

Mitchell Motor Co. 

Oakland Motor Sales Co. 

H. E. Osborne. 

Studebaker Corporation. 

H. B. O'Dell. 

Ohio Electric Auto Co. 

Overland Southern Auto Co. 

Packard Company. 

Ponce-De-Leon Auto Co. 

Pope-Hartford Auto Agency. 

Premier Sales Co. 

Raugh & Lang. 

Regal Motor Sales Co. 

B. A. Rhinehart Co. 

Southern Auto & Equip. Co. 

Southern Dorris Co. 

Standard Auto Co. 

Steinhauer & Wight. 

Stowers Auto Co. 

United Motor Co. 

Velie Motor Co. 

White Company. 

J. M. Smith Co. 

Athens Griffith Implement Co. 

C. B. Griffith. 

Bishop Motor Car Co. 

Belleville B. G. Tippins. 

Cartersville. . .A. G White. 

R. A. Renfroe. 

Collins J. R. Holland. 

Strickland & Alexander. 

Columbus Columbus Automobile Co. 

Southern Auto Co. 

Georgia Auto Co. 

Gatewood & Woodruff. 

R. M. Stanlev. 

Cordele W. A. Webster. 

Dawson Clark Auto Co. 

Lamar Automobile Co. 

Ford & Overland. 

Buick & E. M. F. 

Elberton Swift Garage. 

F. B. Fisher & Bros. Garage. 

Fitzgerald. . . . H. A. Burkhart. 
Laurenceville . D. C. Kelley. 

Leslie J. L. Jones Garage. 

McRae McRae Auto Co. 

Ocilla J. C. Luke. 

J. A. Wyche. 

Rockmart Rockmnrt Garage. 



AUTOMOBILES— Continued. 
(Manufacturers and Dealers.) 
Georgia: 

Savannah Buick Motor Car Co. 

T. A. Bryson. 

J. C. Lewis Co. 

■ Savannah Motor Car Co. 

* Harris Tire Co. 

* Savannah Electric Garage <£ 

Tire Co. 

Seville J. N. Borminy. 

Vidalia Ford Motor Car Co. 

North Carolina: 

Charlotte O. L. Barringer. 

" C. C. Coddington. 

* Ford Sales Co. 

* Piedmont Motor Car Co. 

* Charlotte Motor Car Co. 

■ McManaway Bros. 

■ Auto Sales Co. 

■ Woodside Motor Co. 

" C. J. Stimson Co. 

" United Motor Car Co. 

* Lummus & McCoy. 

Durham Lyon Motor Car Co. 

Franklinton . . Franklinton Garage. 

" McGhee Joyner Co. 

Laurinburg. . .Gibson Brothers. 

t a Avinger & Phillips. 

Lincolnton. .. .J. K. Cline & Sons. 

" Reid Hardware Co. 

Lumberton... .Lumberton Motor Car Co. 

Maiton Maxton Auto. Co. 

Oxford Crenshaw Garage. 

Pine Bluff. ...G. E. Wells. 

Raleigh Raleigh Motor Car & Mch. 

Co. 

Ford Sales Co. 

" McAden Auto Co. 

Carolina Cadillac Co. 

" Carolina Garage & Motor Co. 

Chase Motor Car Co. 

Velie Motor Car Co. 

* Studebaker Corpoiation. 

" Capital Motor Car. 

Sanford Sanford Garage Co. 

Wadesboro . . .Blaloch Hardware Co. 
Wilmington .... J. F. Baker. 

* Carson Bros, 

H. L. Fennel. 

* Ford Auto Co. 

* Gibbs Machinery Co. 

* R. F. Johnson. 

W. D. McMillan, Jr. 

■ Pickard-Bleecker Auto. Co- 
South Carolina: 

Camden Camden Motor Co. 

Cheraw Pee Dee Iron Works. 

Chester . Chester Auto Co. 

" Pane & Hardin. 

Columbia Gibbes Mchy. Co. 

* Consolidated Auto Co. 

White Motor Co. 

Roddy Auto Co. 

" Black Frazer Motor Co. 

' Dupre Auto Co. 

S. B. M. McMaster. 

C. M. Lide. 

Greenwood. . . J. I. Chipley. 

" Oregon Garage. 

Olar C. F. Rizer. 

Virginia: 

Franklin Franklin Motor Co. 

R. B. Turner. 

* S. W. Rawls. 

Norfolk Allen Motor Co. 

Ball & Co. 

Bell Motor Co. 

J. R. Calium Co. 

■ Bergdol Automobile Co. 

" Chalmers Motor Car Co. of 

Va. 

City Garage & Machine Co. 

Coburn Motor Car Co. 

* Gordon Motor Co. 

" Michigan Motor Car Co. of 

Va. 

B Monticello Auto Renting Co. 

' Monticello Automobile Co., 

Inc. 
' Overland Motor Co. 

Noah P. Palmer. 

A, Wrenn & Sons. 

' Tidewater Auto & RepairCo. 

" Virginia Auto & Repair Co. 

C. E. Wright & Co.. Ino. 

* C. L. Young. 

Portsmouth.. . W. C. Daughtridge. 

* Mitchell Agency. 

Frank X. Parker & Co. 



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List of Industries — Continued. 



AUTOMOBILES— Continued. 
I Manufacturers and Dealers.) 

Virginia: 

Richmond. . . .Kline Motor Car Corp. 

" Grasberger Vehicle Co., Inc. 

■ Schilling Auto Machine Wks. 

• Geo. C. White & Son. 

• Willardand Strange Auto Co. 

Suffolk Elliot Motor Co. 

" Edgerton Motor Co. 

Warfield W. A. Cheely. 

BAG MANUFACTURERS. 

Georgia: 

Atlanta Fulton Bag & Cotton Mills. 

Savannah Savannah Bag Co. 

North Carolina: 

Durham Golden Belt Mfg. Co. 

Oxford Golden Belt Mfg. Co. (Br.) 

Wilmington.. . Willard Bag and Mfg. Co. 
Henderson.. . .Carolina Bagging Co. 

Virginia : 

Norfolk W. C. Allen. 

Dixie Mfg. Co. 

" Norfolk Bagging Co. 

C. W. Priddy. 

" Southern Bagging Co. 

" Union Cotton Bagging Corp. 

" Virginia Bag Co. 

Guv H. Workman. 

Richmond .... Millkiser Bag Co., Inc. 

* Richmond Bag Co.. Inc. 

* Virginia-Carolina Chemical 

Co. Bag Factory. 
Portsmouth. . .Fisher Bag Co. 

' Seaboard Bagging Co. 

BAKING POWDER MANUFACTURERS 

Alabama: 

Birmingham. .Alabama Grocery Co. 

Virginia : 

Richmond. . . .The Southern Mfg. Co. 
" Southern Mfg. Co. 

BARREL, BOX, BASKET, CRATE AND 
BUTTER DISH FACTORIES. 

Alabama: 

Birmingham. .Birmingham Box Veneer 
Works (Baskets & Crates) 

Ensley Ensley Cooperage Co. 

Jacksonville. . .Carson Heading Mills. 
Montgomery. . Montgomery Cooperage 
Co. (1) 

J J. H. Ragon Co. (2) 

Ragland Coosa Heading Co. 

" Ragland Cooprraee Co. 

Florida: 

Anthony McDowell Crate Co. 

Apopka Consumers Lumber <fc 

Veneering Co. 

Archer Archer Crate & Box Co. 

Brooksville. . .Brooksville Crate Mfg. Co. 

Contralia Central Cypress Co. 

Gainesville.. . .Standard Crate Co. 
Jacksonville. . ,E. Bean & Son. 

" Seaboard Cooperage Co. 

Wright Barrel & Coal Co. 

Live Oak. . . . Starr Cooperage Co. 

Lockhart Overstreet Crate Mfg. Co. 

Monticello Cannon Co. 

Ooala Ocala Cooperage Co. 

Ocala Mfg. Co. (1) 

Oak McDowell Crate & Lumber 

Co. 
Plant City. . . . Warnell Lumber & Veneer 
Co. 

Tampa Interstate Cooperage Co. (1) 

" Tampa Box Co. 

Wildwood McRainey & Bridges. 

WUliaton WiUiaton Mfg. Co. 

Georgia: 

Atlanta Bombavreed Mfg. Co. (Bas- 
kets). 

8 Hightower Box & Tank Co. 

Atlanta Box Factory. 

Columbus Columbus Barrel Factorv. 

Wolfson Card & Paper Co. 

Wolfson Tray Co. 

Savannah J. A. Logan & Son. 

Pierpont Mfg. Co. (1) 

A. S. Bacon & Sons Co. (1) 

Southern Cotton Oil Co. (1) 

SouthernBox&Lbr.Co. (I) 

Pierpont Mfg. Co. 

" Seaboard Cooperage Co. 



BARREL, BOX, BASKET, CRATE AND 
BUTTER DISH FACTORIES— Coot. 

North Carolina: 

Creedraore. ... Deal-Palmer Co. (1). 

Oxford Cupp & Lanier (1). 

Sanford Gaver Veneer Co. (1) 

Southern Pineal. F. Chandler. 

Weldon Roanoke Box Co. (1) 

Wilmington.. .Wilmington Cooperage Co. 

• Castle Hayne Stave Co. 

South Carolina: 

Cheraw Cheraw Box Co. 

Clement, Ross Mfg Co. (1) 

Swansea W. B, Rast 

Virginia: 

Franklin Camp Manufacturing Co.(l) 

Norfolk J. E. Askew & Bro. 

* Bradshaw Barrel Corp. 

• Farmers Mfg. Co. 

* Tidewater Barrel Co. 

J. M. White & Bro. 

* Amer. Box & Lumber Co. 

* E. H. Barnes Co., Inc. 

' Henry Mayo Box Co. 

* Nansemond Truck Pkge. Co. 

Petersburg.. . .Appomattox Box Shook Co. 

Petersburg Rim & Veneer Co. 

Portsmouth . . .Camp. Mfg. Co. 

" Berkley Box & Lumber Co. 

Lay &"Balcom Mfg. Co. 

Richmond .... Richmond Willow & Rattan 
Works. 

• The Alleghaney Box Co. 

" Andrew Krouse. 

■ Cheraw Box Co., Inc. 

David M. Lea & Co. 

• Miller Manufacturing Co. 

Suffolk Suffolk Barrel & Box Co. (1) 

Virginia Mfg. Co. (1) 

• Nansemond Truck & Pack- 

age Co. 
Warfield Winn & Coleman. (1) 

(1) Barrels, Boxes, Baskets, or Crates and 

Butter Dish Factories. 

(2) Butter Dish. 



BOTTLING WORKS. 

Alabama: 

Bessemer Eagle Bottling Co. 

u Thomas Bottling Co. 

Birmingham . . Alo Cola Syrup Mfg. Bot. Co 

" Birmingham Bottling Co. 

Charo-Cola Bottling Co. 

■ Cola Nip Beverage Co. 

■ Crown Bottling & Syrup Co. 

My-Coca Co. 

■ Peto Lax Co. of America. 

* Ryeola Bottling Co. 

* Sinalco Bottling Works. 

Viva Bottling Co. 

Wissola Co. of U. S. A. 

* Worchester Ginger Ale Co. 

Ensley Jefferson Co. Bottling Works. 

Hurtsboro . . . .Anderson Bottling Works. 

■ Hurtsboro Bottling Co. 

Montgomery . .Montgomery Coca-Cola Co. 

" Capitol Brewing & Ice Co. 

* Montgomery Bottling Wka. 

Chero-Cola Co. 

" Pepsi-Cola Co. 

Pell City Pell City Bottling Works. 

Florida: 

Alachua Alachua Bottling Works. 

Bradley June ..Bradley Bottling Works. 

Bronson Bronson Bottling Works. 

Bushnell A. J. Burnham. 

Dunnellon .... Dunnellon Bottling Works. 
Gainesvide. . . . Grille Coca-Cola Bottling 
Works. 

■ Cheves Brothers. 

* Coca Cola Bottling Works. 

Jacksonville. . Jacksonville Pepsin Cola Co. 

■ Jax Cora Cola Co. 

* Jax Pepsi Cola Co. 

* E. H. Thompson Co. 

Lake City. . . .Lake City Bottling Co. 

Leesburg Leesburg Coca Cola Co. 

Live Oak Live Oak Bottling Works. 

Madison Coca Cola Bottling Co. 

Monticello Monticello Bottling Works. 

Mulberry Mulberry Bottling Works. 

Ocala Ocala Bottling Works. 

Plant City Plant City Ice & Power Co. 

Quincy Quincy Coco-Cola Bottling 

Works. 
River June J. H. Klien, 



BOTTLING WORKS— Continued. 
Florida: 

Tampa Bludwine Bottling Co. 

" Coco-Cola Co. 

Crystal Bottling Works. 

Crystal Water Co. 

Eureka Bottling Works. 

Tampa Coca Cola Bot. Wka. 

Tampa Cider & Vinegar Co. 

Tampa Gozosa Bot. Wks. 

Ybor City Bottling Works. 

Georgia: 

Abbeville W. L. Harrel. 

Albany Coca Cola Bottling Co. 

Chero Cola Co. 

" Bludwine Bottling Works. 

Americus Coca-Cola Bottling Works. 

u America Cola Bottling Co. 

" Cheer Cola Bottling Works. 

" Sherlock & Co. 

Americus Bottling Co. 

Athens Bludunie Co. 

" Chero-Cola Bottling Co. 

Coca-Cola Bottling Works. 

" Athens Bottling Co. 

Atlanta Coca-Cola Bottling Co. 

Capital City Bottling Wks. 

■ Cherry Kola Co. 

Ferri Kola Co. 

" Georgia Bottling Co. 

■ Chas. M. Jackson. 

' Rainbow Co. 

Redrock Co. 

" .._ J. A. Scott Co. 

Cartersville ... Etowah Bottling Works. 

u Cartersville Coca-Cola Co. 

Columbus Chera Cola Bottling Works. 

" Columbus Coca-Cola Bot. 

Works. 

O'Halloran & Bishop. 

Cordela Chero-Cola Bottling Co. 

" Coco-Cola Bottling Co, 

Dallas Dallas Bottling Works. 

Dawson Chero Cola Co. 

" Coca Cola Co. 

Elberton Granite City Bottling Works. 

Fitzgerald. . . .Fitzgerald Bottling Works. 

Helena McRae Coca-Cola Bot. Wks. 

Ocilla Artesian Bottling Works. 

Ocilla Bottling Works. 

Richland Richland Coca-Cola Co. 

Rochelle Rochelle Bottling Works. 

Rockmart Rockmart Bottling Works. 

Savannah Jas. Ray's Sons. 

" Savannah Bottling Co. 

* Savannah Coca-Cola Bot. 

Co. 
" Savannah Brewing Co. 

■ Savannah Consolidated Bot. 

Co. 

Chero-Cola Co. 

Vidalia Coca-Cola Bottling Works. 

" Chero Cola Bottling Works. 

North Carolina: 

Aberdeen .... Coca-Cola Bottling Co. 
Charlotte Coca-Cola Bottling Works. 

" Pepsi-Cola Bottling Works. 

Cherryville . . . D. P. Dellinger. 
Durham Coca-Cola Company. 

" Durham Bottling Works. 

Forest City. . .Coca-Cola Bottling Worka. 
Franklinton. . . Franklinton Bottling Works. 

Hamlet Crown Carbonating Co. 

Henderson.. . .Coca-Cola Bottling Co. 
Laurinburg. . .Parker Bottling Works. 
Lincolnton. . . . Magic Bottling Works. 

Littleton Littleton Bottling Co. 

Louisburg F. L. Herman. 

Lumberton. . .Coca-Cola Bottling Co. 

* Lumberton Bottling Works, 

* Lumberton Coca-Cola Bot. 

Works. 

" Robeson Soda-Water Co. 

Maxton Maxton Bottling Works. 

" Dixie Bottling Works. 

Monroe Monroe Bottling Works. 

Coca-Cola Bottling Works. 

Oxford Moore & Newton. 

Raleigh Raleigh Coca-Cola Bot. Wka. 

" Raleigh Pepsi-Cola Bottling 

Works. 

" Jones Bottling Works. 

Rockingham . .Pepsi-Cola Bottling Co. 

Sanford Sanford Carbonating Co. 

Wadesboro. . . .Pepsi-Cola Company. 

Weldon Coca-Cola Bottling Works. 

Wilmington.. .Wilmington Pepsi-Cola Bot. 
Works. 

* Wilmington Coca-Cola Bot. 

Works. 

* Bolton & Todd, Bottiers. 

Youngville... .Youngville Bottling Works. 



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List of Industries — Continued. 



BOTTLING WORKS— Continued. 
South Carolina: 

Camden Coca-Cola Bottling Works. 

Chero-Cola Bottling Worka . 

* Pepsi-Cola Bottling Works. 

Cheraw Cheraw Bottling Works. 

■ Watson Bros. 

Chester Chester Coca-Cola Co. 

Clinton Clinton Bottling Works. 

Columbia Coca Cola Bottling Works. 

' Pepsi-Cola Co. 

■ Bludwine Bottling Works. 

* Gayola Bottling Works. 

Cross Hill. . . .Harris Springs Water Co. 

Fairfax F. N. Neten 

Greenwood. . . .Pepsi-Cola Bot. Wks., Coca- 
Cola Bot. Wks. 

Livingston . . . Boiling Spring Bottling Wks. 
MoBee C. F. King. 

Virginia: 

Chester E.W.Ellison. 

Norfolk American Bottling Works. 

' Coca-Cola Bottling Works. 

" Consumers Brewing Co. 

■ Chris Heurich Brewing Co. 

■ Pepsi-Cola Bottling Co. 

* Hoste r-C o 1 u m b u s Asso. 

Breweries Co. 

New York Soda & Seltzer 

Mfg. Co. 
Petersburg... .Coca-Cola Bottling Co. 

" E. A. Bain Bottling Worka. 

Portsmouth. .. C. B. Lash. 

Richmond .... Lithia Springs Bottling Wks. 

Suffolk Pepsi-Cola Bottling Works. 

W. S. Cross & Co. 

BRICK KILNS. 
Alabama: 

Alton Copeland Inglis Shale Brick 

Bessemer Bessemer Fire Brick Co. 

" Standard Brick Co. 

Birmingham. .Graves Shale Brick Co. 

" North Birmingham Fire 

■ Brick & Proofing Co. 

" Robertson Brick Co. 

" Sibley Minge Brick & Coal 

Co. 

Souther Clay Works. 

" Copeland Inglis Shale Brick 

Co. (1) 

Ensley Bessemer Fire Brick Co. 

" Harbisen-Walker Mfg. Co. 

Montgomery. . Excelsior Brick Co. 

" Jenkins Brick Co. 

Ragland Ragland Brick Co. 

Florida: 

Callahan O. O. Mickler. 

Carapville. . .. Campville Brick Works. 
Jacksonville.. . A. C. Conyers. 

" George R. Foster. 

" L. Moore Dry Kiln Co. 

E. N. Jalk.s 

" Union Brick Co. 

Live Oak W. H. Lyle. 

Midway O. C. Klackru Brick Co. 

Ocklocknee. . .Ocklocknee Brick Co. 
Plant City.. . . Roux Composite Brick Co. 
Tampa W. R. Fuller. 

Georgia: 

Albany Flint River Brick Co. 

Tuft Silica Brick Co. 

Athens ....... Southern Brick Co. 

" Oconee Brick Co. 

Atlanta F. Graham Williams. 

" V. H. Kriegshaber & Son. 

Mifflin Hood Brick Co. B. 

Cartersville. . . Cartersville Brick Co. 
Columbus Shepherd Brothers. 

" Berry Brick Company. 

" George O. Berry. 

Omaha Chattahoochee Valley Brick 

Co. 

Rockmart Rock mart Brick & Slate Co. 

Savannah Chatham Brick Co. (2) 

" Collins &, Zeigler 

" Edward Lovell's Sons. 

' Chapman & Clark. 

North Carolina: 

Charlotte Charlotte Brick Co. 

" Carson Brick Co. 

Cherry ville.. . . Kendrick Bros. 

E. A. Hauser. 

Creedmore. . . . L. II. Longmire. 
Durham Cheek & Belvin. 

J. T. Fowler. 

Laurinburg. . .A. F. Lytch. 
Lincolnton.. . .D. A. McChester. 



BRICK KILNS— Continued. 
North Carolina: 

Lumberton... .Acme Brick Co. 
Mt. Holly .... Gaston Brick Co. 

Oxford B. Robertson. 

Polkton Polkton Brick Co. 

Vass W. C. Leslie & Co. 

Wadesboro.. . . Wadesboro Brick & Lumber 

Co. 
Weldon Weldon Brick and Land 

Improvement Co. 

■ Chockoyotte Brick Co. 

* Roanoke Brick Co. 

Wilmington.. .Roger Moore's Sons it Co. 

C. F. Howell & Co., Inc. 

W. B. Thorpe & Co. 

South Carolina: 

Camden Guignard Brick Works. 

Cheraw Cheraw Brick Works. 

Columbia Guignard Brick WorkB. 

Greenwood... .Mays Brick Co. 
" Penson Brick Co. 

Virginia : 

Franklin Franklin Brick Co. 

Norfolk E. W. Face & Son. 

" Batcheldcr & Collins. 

Eureka Brick Co. 

* James River Brick Co., Inc. 

* Nansemond River Brick & 

Tile Co. 
Portsmouth.. . Lawrenceville Brick & Tile 

Co. 
Richmond .... Baltimore Brick Co. 

" Burroughs & Mankin, Inc. 

* Cheatwood & Blunt. 

W. B. Davis Brick Co. 

Fulton Brick Works. 

' Powers Bros. & Mavnard. 

The Powhatan Clay Mfg. Co. 

* Redford Brick Works. 

" West End Brick Yards. 

South Side Brick Works. 

A. W. Ford Brick Works. (3) 

W. J. Ready. 

Suffolk Suffolk Clay Co. 

" Virginia Brick Co. 

(1) Plant at Alton, Ala. (2) Works at 

Brickstone, Ga. 
(3) P. O. Richmond. 

BROOM FACTORIES. 
Alabama: 

Birmingham. .Birmingham Broom Mfg. Co. 
" Eagle Broom Works. 

■ Musselwhite Bros. 

* Hatcher Broom Co. 

■ Alabama Grocery Co. 

Florida: 

Jacksonville. . .Merchants Broom Co. 
Lockhart W. W. Davis. 

Georgia: 

Atlanta Atlanta Wooden Ware Co. 

" Atlanta Broom Works. 

" Atlanta Variety Works. 

Columbus Columbus Broom Factory. 

Savannah Antiseptic Broom Co. 

North Carolina: 

Cherryville... .A. F. Childers. 

Raleigh Raleigh Broom Factory. 

Sanford Sanford Broom Works. 

" Phillips Broom Works. 

Virginia: 

Norfolk Model Broom Works. 

Richmond ... - Old Dominion Brush Co. 

u Richmond Broom Co. 

8 Denby Broom Works. 

" Unity Broom Works. 

' Virginia Broom Co. 

BOGGY, CARRIAGE & WAGON 
FACTORIES. 
Alabama: 

Birmingham. .Birmingham Buggy Co. 

" Church Carriage Co. 

" Birmingham Carriage & 

Wagon Co. 
Montgomery. . Montgomery Carriage Wk?. 
" ....".. J. C. Haygood Carriage 
Works. 

Florida: 

Jacksonville. . .Florida Vehicle Co. 

" McMurry it Baker. 

Quincy Gadsden Vehicle Co. 

Tampa . Hobbe & Knight. 



BUGGY, CARRIAGE AND WAGON 
FACTORIES— Continued. 
Georgia: 

Americus J. C. Dixon. 

Athens Klien & Martin. 

Atlanta White Hick. Wag. Mfg. Co. 

J. M. Smith. 

B. M. Blount Car.& Bug.Co- 

" J. M. Karwisch. 

Savannah Hull Vehicle Co. 

North Carolina: 

Cary S. Johnson Co. 

Durham Durham Buggy Company. 

Henderson . . . .Corbitt Buggy Co. 

u Carolina Buggy Mfg. Co 

" Capitol Buggy Co. 

" Henderson Buggy Mfg. Co. 

Louisburg G. H. Cooper. 

Monroe .Piedmont Buggy Co. 

" Cotton States Wagon Co. 

Oxford Oxford Buggy Co. 

* Taylor-Cannady Buggy Co. 

■ Southern Wheel Co. 

Raleigb John W. Evans Sons. 

Rutherfordton. Carpenter Taylor Co. 

Sanford Sanford Buggy Co. 

Wilmington. . . J. T. Brown {Carriage Makar 

A Repairer). 

South Carolina: 

Sumter Rowland Buggy Co. 

Virginia : 

Boykins W. W. White. 

Franklin Knight Buggy Company. 

" Virginia Buggy Company. 

Norfolk Allen & Gildersleeve. 

" J. W. Borum & Sons. 

■ Seth Morgan. 

D. W. SarsBeld & Co. 

Geo % E. Thomas. 

* A. Wrenn & Sons. 

C. E. Wright & Co., Inc. 

W. J. Scultatus. 

Portsmouth.. .Lindsav & Co. 

D. Sullivan. 

Richmond .... Richmond Buggy Works. ( 1 ) 

Suffolk Parker Buggy Company. 

P. O. Richmond, Va. 



Alabama: 

Borden Spgs . 



CANNERIES. 

Oakev Mountain Cannery 

Co. 
P. R. Rainwater. 



Florida: 

Apalachicola . .Ruge Bros. Canning Co. 

Callahan D. H. Petree. 

Campville. . . .Consolidated Canning Co. 

Georgia: 

Americus Americus Canning Co. 

Fish Waddell & Harris. 

Kingsland. . . . J. B. Smith. 

Lilburn A. Y. Pounds. 

Savannah. ... .Geo. W. Lowden. 

" Oemler Canneries. 

* Varn & Piatt. 

North Carolina: 

Cherryville. . .A. V. Kendrick. 
Franklinton. . . Pruitt Canning Co. 

Lattimore Yerner Oil Co. 

Rockingham.. Rockingham Canning Co. 

South Carolina: 

Blanev C. H. Hall. 

Chester W. W. Stolks. 

Virginia: 

Richmond. . . . Stanshury Canning Co. 
Suffolk Virginia Packing Co. 

CAR AND LOCOMOTIVE WORKS. 

Alabama: 

Birmingham. .Birmingham Rail & Loco- 
motive Co. 

" Crawford Boiler & Loco. Wks. 

Kilby Frog & Switch Co. 

Georgia: 

Albany Georgia Car & Locomotive 

Works. 

Atlanta Southern Iron «fc Equip. Co. 

" Georgia Car & Loco. Co. 

Savannah Savannah Locomotive Wks. 

North Carolina: 

Raleigh Raleigh Iron Works. 

Sanford Moffett Iron Works. 



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CAR AND LOCOMOTIVE WORKS— Cont. 

Virginia: 

Richmond.. . .Richmond Locomotive Wks. 

" American Locomotive Co. 

Suffolk J. II. McLeary. 

CEMENT MANUFACTURERS. 
Alabama: 

Birmingham. .Southern Cement Co. 

" Standard Portland Cement 

Co. (I) 

* Atlantic & Gulf Portland 

Cement Co. (2) 
Montgomery. .Concrete Products Co. 

" Montgomery Lime & Ce- 
ment Co. 

" Newby Lime & Cement Co. 

Ragland Ragland Cement Plant. 

Florida : 

Jacksonville. . .Carolina Cement Co. 

Georgia: 

Portland J. H. Davis. 

Rockmart Southern States Portland 

Cement Co. 

North Carolina: 

Charlotte Charlotte Quarry Co. 

Wilmington.. .Ideal Concrete Co. 

Virginia : 

Norfolk Giant Portland Cement Co. 

(1) Plant at Leeds, Ala. 

(2) Plant at Ragland, Ala. 

COFFIN FACTORIES. 
Alabama: 

Birmingham . . Alabama Coffin & Casket Co. 

Florida: 

Gainesville. ... Gainesville Coffin Co. 

Georgia: 

Atlanta Atlanta Casket Co. 

" Gate Citv Coffin Co. 

Vidalia J. F. Darby. 

North Carolina: 

Charlotte Charlotte Casket Co. 

Virginia: 

Cochran C. E. Daniel. 

COLD STORAGE AND ICE PLANTS. 

Alabama : 

Birmingham. .Birmingham Ice Factory. 

* Birmingham Packing Co. 

" Armour Packing Co. 

Swift & Co. 

* Cudahy Packing Co. 

* Nelson Morris & Co. 

Montgomery. . Montgomery Ice & Cold 

Storage Co. 

■ Alabama Ice & Cold Storage 

Co. 
" Consumers Ice Co. 

Florida : 

Bradley Jet .. .Mulberry Ice Works. 
Gainesville. ... Diamond Ice Co. 
Jacksonville. . .Atlantic Ice & Coal Corp'n. 

" Florida Ice & Coal Co. 

u Gamble & Stockton. 

" Southern Ice & Coal Co. 

" Standard Fuel & Supply Co. 

Lake City. . . .Lake City Ice Co. 

Leesburg Leesburg Ice Co. 

Live Oak Live Oak Ice & Elec. Co. 

McClenney .. . W. F. Witts. 

Ocala Ocala Ice & Packing Co. 

Orlando Orlando Light Co. 

Plant City Plant City Ice & Power Co. 

Tampa Consumers Ice Co. 

* Crenshaw Bros. 

■ Southern Ice Co. (also at 

Jacksonville & Palmetto). 

a Tropical Ice Co. 

Tallahassee.. .Middle Fla. Ice Co. 

Williston Williston Ice & Cold Storage 

Co. 
Georgia: 

Albany Atl. Ice & Cold Stor. Corp. 

Americus Atlantic Ice & Coal Corp'n. 

" Americus Ice & Coal Co. 

Athens Atlantic Ice & Coal Co. 

" Athens Ice Co. 

Atlanta Atlantic Ice & Coal Corp. 

" Carolina Public Service Co. 

* Consumers Ice Co. 

T. R. Sawtell. 

" Southern Ice Co. 

* Atlanta Brewing & Ice Co. 



COLD STORAGE AND ICE PLANTS— 

Continued. 
Georgia: 

Cartcrsvillc . ..Cartersville Supply Co. 

Claxton O. Bonnan. 

Columbus Atlantic Ice & Cold Stor. Co. 

" Southern Ice Co. 

" Muscogee Ice Co. 

Cordele Atlantic Ice & Coal Corp'n. 

Dawson Dawson Ice Co. 

Elberton Atlantic Ion & Coal Corp'n. 

Fitzgerald. . . .Fitzgerald Ice Co. 

Helena Helena Ice Works. 

Richland Richland Ice & Cold Stor. Co. 

Savannah W. W. Aimar & Co. 

* Knickerbocker Ice & Cold 

Storage Co. 

* Savannah lee Co. 

■ Savannah Brewing Co. 

' South Atlantic Packing & 

Provision Co. 
Vidalia Vidalia Ice & Coal Co. 

North Carolina 
Charlotte . . . 
Durham .... 



Hamlet 

Henderson. . 

Laurinburg. 

Norlina 

Raleigh 



Sanford 

Wilmington. 



Mer. Cold Stor. & Com. Co. 

Durham Ice Company, 

Durham Traction Co. 

Hamlet Ice Co. 

Henderson Ice & Cold Stor- 
age Co. 

Parker Ice & Cold Storage. 

C. R. Cawley. 

Johnson & Johnson. 

Powell & Powell. 

" Carolina Ice Co. 

Rutherfordton L. E. Powers. 
Oliver Hill. 

Lee Ice & Fuel Co. 

Independent Ice Co. 
Plate Ice Co. 

■ Wilmington Ice & Cold 

Storage Co. 

South Carolina: 

Camden Carolina Public Service Corp. 

Columbia J. E. Young & Co. 

" Columbia Ice & Fuel Co. 

u Palmetta Ice & Fuel Co. 

" Carolina Public Service Corp. 

Virginia: 

Norfolk Anheuser-Busch Ice Plant &, 

Cold Storage. 

" Commonwealth Storage & 

Ice Co., Inc. 
" ....... Berkley Ice Works. 

■ Feurstein Ice Company. 

* Kennebec Ice Company. 

' Norfolk Warehouse Corp. 

" Norfolk Cold Storage & Ice 

Co. 
Petersburg. . . . Southern Provision Storage 

& Packing Co. 
Portsmouth.. .Portsmouth Coal & Ice Co. 
Suffolk Sheap Welts & Co. 

COTTON MILLS. 
Alabama: 

Avondale Avondalc Mills. 

Jacksonville. . .Ide Cotton Mills. 

Profile Cotton Mills. 

Montgomery. . Montgomery Cotton Mills. 

" Montala Mfg. Co. 

" Alabama Cordage Co. 

Pell City Pell City Mfg. Co. 

Piedmont Coosa Mfg. Co. 

Florida: 

Hampton . . , 
Hawthorne. 

Jacksonville 
Lake City. 



.W. G. Seale. 
.Smith & Johnson. 
.American Fibre Co. 
.Stewart Cotton Co. 



Madison Florida Mfg. Co. 

Georgia: 

Albany Albany Cotton Mills. 

Athens Southern Mfg. Co. 

* Athens Mfg. Co. 

Atlanta Exposition Cotton Mills. 

Martell Mfg. Co. 

Fulton Bag & Cotton Mills. 

Gate City Cotton Mills. 

Aragon Aragon Mills. 

Cartersville. . .The American Textile Co. 
Cedartown. . . .Cedartown Cotton Mills. 

Standard Cotton Mills. 

Columbus Muscogee Mfg. Co. 

Swift Mfg. Co. 

" Swift Spinning Mills. 

■ Perkins Hosiery Mills. 

* Massey Hosiery Mills. 

* Georgia Mfg. Co. 

Bibb Mfg. Co. 

* Columbus Mfg. Co. 



COTTON MILLS — Continued. 

Alabama: 

Columbus. . . .Eagle & Phcnix Mills. 
" Hamburger Cotton Mills. 

* Meritaa Mills. 

Dallas Paulding County Cotton 

Mfg. Co. 

Elberton Home Cotton Mills. 

Fitzgerald. . . . Fitzgerald Cotton Mills. 
Lawrencevillo. Lawrenceville Mfg. Co. 

Middleton Pourl Cotton Mills. 

Savannah G. H. Tilton & Sons. 

Winder Winder Cotton Mills. 

North Carolina: 

Apex Apex Knitting Mill Co. 

Bladenboro. .. Bladenboro Cotton Mills. 

Caroleen Henrietta Mills. 

Charlotte Atherton Mills. 

Barnhardt Mfg. Co. 

" Chadwick Hoskins Co. 

Charlotte Cotton Fibre Co. 

Elizabeth Mills. 

Fidelitv Mfg. Co. 

Highland Park Mfg. Co. 

" Magnolia Mills. 

" Mecklenburg Mfg. Co. 

u Charlotte Cordage Co. 

■ Savona Mfg. Co. 

" South Atlantic Waste Co. 

Cherry ville. . .Cherrvville Mfg. Co. 
Melville Mfg. Co. 

* Gaston Mfg. Co. 

Howell Mfg. Co. 

" Vivian Cotton Mills. 

Cliffside Cliffside Mills. 

Crouse Stirant Yarn Mills. 

Durham Durham Cotton Mfg. Co. 

Durham Hosiery Mills. 

" Erwin Cotton Mfg. Co. 

Golden Belt Mfg. Co. 

' Pearl Cotton Mills. 

Forest City . . . Florence Mills. 
Franklinton. . . Sterling Cotton Mills. 
Henderson.. . .Harriett Cotton Mills 

Henderson Cotton Mills. 

Laurel Hill. ... Ida Yarn Mills. 

" Richmond Cotton Mills. 

" Springfield Cotton Mills. 

Laurinburg. . . Dickson Cotton Mills. 

Scotland Cotton Mills. 

' Waverly Cotton Mills. 

Lawndale Cleveland Mill & Power Co 

Lincolnton.. . .Elm Grove Cotton Mills. 

Eureka Mfg. Co. 

Indian Creek Mfg. Co. 

J. Rudisill Mfg. Co. 

Laboratory Mills. 

* Lincoln Cotton Mills. 

Rhodes Mfg. Co. 

Rolin Mfg. Co. 

Rhynes Mills. 

* Saxony Spinning Co. 

* Wampum Cotton Mills. 

Lumberton. . . Dresden Cotton Mills 

' Jennings Cotton Mills. 

' Lumberton Cotton Mills. 

" National Cotton Mills. 

Monroe Icemorlee Cotton Mills Co. 

■ Everett Cotton Mills. 

' Monroe Cotton Mills. 

Mt. Holly Albion Cotton Mills Co. 

Mt. Holly Cotton Mills Co. 

" Armon Mfg. Co. 

Nims Mfg. Co. 

* Tuckaseege Cotton Mills. 

Woodlawn Mfg. Co. 

Oxford Oxford Cotton Mills. 

Paw Creek. . . . Thrift Mfg. Co. 

Pittsboro J. M Odell Mfg. Co. 

Raleigh Caraleigh Cotton Milts. 

" Melrose Knitting Mills. 

" Martin Hosiery Mills. 

* Pilott Cotton Mills. 

■ Raleigh Cotton Mills. 

Roanoke Rpds. Patterson Mills Co. 

" Roanoke Mills Co. 

" Rosemary Mfg. Co. 

Rockingham . .Entwistle Mfg. Co. 

Great Falls Mfg. Co. 

' Hannah Pickett Mills. 

Ledbetter Mfg. Co. 

" Midwav Mills. 

Pee Dee Mfg. Co. 

Roberdel Mfg. Co. 

Steels's Mills. 

Rutherfordton.Cleghorn Mills. 

Sanford Sanford Cotton Mills. 

Shelby Belmont Cotton Mills. 

Ella Mfg. Co. 

Lilly Mill & Power Co. 

Shelby Cotton Mills. 

Double Shoals Cotton Mills. 



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COTTON MILLS— Continued. 
North Carolina: 

Stanley Stanley Mfg. Co. 

Stubbs Buffalo Mfg. Co. 

Vasa Vass Cotton Mill Co 

Wadeaboro Wadeaboro Cotton Mills Co 

Wake Forest.. Royall Cotton Mills. 
Warrenton. .. .Peck Mfg. Co. 

Waxhaw Rodman-Heath Cotton Mill 

Weldon Shaw Cotton Mills. 

Weldon Cotton Mfg. Co. 

Wilmington.. . Rrllwill Cotton Mills. 

* Delgado Cotton Mills. 

South Carolina: 

Abbeville Abbeville Cotton Mills. 

Calhoun Falls .Calhoun Mills. 

Camden Hermitage Cotton Mills. 

Pine Creek Cotton Mills. 

* Hampton Cotton Mills. 

Chester Eureka Cotton Mills. 

" Springstein Mills. 

* Hampton Cotton Milla 

(Wylie Plant). 

Clinton Clinton Cotton Mills. 

" Lydia Cotton Mills. 

Columbia Columbia Mills Co. 

■ Glencoe Cotton Mills. 

* Hampton Cotton Mills Co. 

Caoital City Plant. 

Granby Plant. 

" Olympia Plant. 

Richland Plant. 

* Palmetto Cotton Mill. 

' South. Aseptic Laboratories. 

■ Columbia Hosiery Co. 

Great Falls . . Republic Cotton Mills. 
Greenwood. . .Greenwood Cotton Mills. 

Grendel Mills. 

Panola Cotton Mills. 

Whitmire Glenn-Lowry Mfg. Co. 

Virginia : 

Norfolk Chesapeake Knitting Milla. 

" Elizabeth Knitting Mills. 

* Norfolk Knitting Mills. 

Petersburg. .. .Chesterfield Mfg. Co. 
Portsmouth. . . Tidewater Knitting Mills Co. 

" Parker Hosiery Mills. 

Suffolk Cobb Knitting Mills. 

Maxwell Hosiery Mills. 

Aberdeen & Rockfish Railroad. 
North Carolina: 

Cumberland. .Hope Mills R.R. Station. 

* Necronsett Mills. 

Fayetteville. . . Holt-Morgan Mills. 

Holt-Williams Mfg. Co. 

■ Lakeview Mfg. Co. 

Tolar Hart & Holt Milla. 

" Victory Mfg. Co. 

Hope Mills.. .Hope Mills Mfg. Co. 
Raeford Raeford Power & Mfg. Co. 

Atlantic & Western Railway. 
North Carolina: 

Jonesboro Leeco Cotton Mills. 

Bennettsville & Cheraw Railroad. 
South Carolina: 

Bennettsville. .Marlboro Cotton Mills. 

Birmingham & Atlantic Railroad. 

Alabama: 

Talladega Talladega Hosiery Mills. 

Talladega Cotton Factory. 

" Chinnabee Mills. 

Highland City Mills. 

Birmingham & Southeastern Railway. 
Alabama: 

Union Spring. Union Springs Cotton Mill. 

Columbia, Newberry & Laurens Railway. 
South Carolina: 

Goldville Banna Mfg. Co. 

Laurens Laurens Cotton Mills. 

Watts Mills. 

Newberry Newberry Cotton Milla. 

* Oakland Cotton Mills 

■ Molohon Mills. 

Carolina & North Western Railway. 
North Carolina: 

Hickory Ivey Mill Co. 

A. A. Shuford Mill Co. 

High Shoals. . .High Shoals Co. 

Hudson Hudson Cotton Mfg. Co. 

Lenoir Lenoir Cotton Mill. 

■ .Moore Cotton Mill. 

Long Shoals. . .Long Shoals Cotton Milla. 



COTTON MILLS— Continued. 
Carolina & North Western Railway — Cont. 
North Carolina: 

Maiden Maiden Cotton Mills. 

" Providence Cotton Mills. 

■ Union Cotton Mills. 

Newton Catawba Cotton Mill. 

Clyde Cotton Mills. 

' Newton Cotton Mills. 

Patterson Gwyn-Harper Mfg. Co. 

Rhodhiss Rhodhiss Mfg. Co. 

E. A. Smith Mfg. Co. 

Southside Lincoln Cotton Mill. 

Whitnel Whitnel Cotton Mill Co. 

Worth Harden Mfg. Co. 

South Carolina: 

Clover Clover Cotton Mfg. Co. 

Dallas Dorothy Mfg. Co. 

" Monarch Cotton Mill Co. 

■ Morowebb Cotton Mill Co. 

Granite Falls. .Dudley Shoals Cotton Mill. 

" GraDite Cordage Co. 

• Granite Falls Mfg. Co. 

Durham & Southern Railway. 
North Carolina: 

Duke Erwin Cotton Milla. 

Edgemoor & Manetta Railway. 
South Carolina: 

Lando Manetta Mills. 

Gainesville Midland Railway. 
Georgia: 

Gainesville. ... Georgia Mfg. Co. 

Gainesville Cotton Mills. 

Gulf Line Railway. 
Georgia: 

Hawkinsville. .Southern Cotton Mills. 

Macon, Dublin & Savannah Railroad. 
Georgia: 

Dublin Oconee River Mills. 

Macon Bibb Mfg. Co. 

" Manchester Mfg. Co. 

Payne Cotton Mills. 

Willingham Cotton Mills. 

North & South Carolina Railway. 
South Carolina: 

Dillon Dillon Mills Co. 

McCall Marlboro Cotton Mills. 

Orangeburg Railway. 
South Carolina: 

Orangeburg... .Orange Cotton Mills. 
" Orangeburg Mfg. Co. 

Piedmont & Northern Lines. 
North Carolina: 

Belmont Chronicle Mill. 

" Imperial Yarn Mills. 

" Majestic Mfg. Co. 

Gastonia Arlington Cotton Mills. 

Armstrong Cotton Milla Co. 

" Avon Mills. 

Clara Mfg. Co. 

Dunn Mfg. Co. 

Flint Mfg. Co. 

" Gastonia Cotton Mfg. Co. 

Grav Mfg. Co. 

Holland Mfg. Co. 

" Loray Mills. 

* Modena Cotton Mills. 

Ozark Mills. 

" Trenton Cotton Mills. 

Lowell Lowell Cotton Mills. 

" Peerless Mfg. Co. 

" Spencer Mountain Milla. 

Mount'n Isl'd Armon Mfg. Co. 

South Carolina: 

Anderson Anderson Cotton Milla. 

* Brogon Milla. 

" Conneross Yarn Mills. 

Cox Mfg. Co. 

" Equinox Cotton Mills. 

Giuck Milla. 

Orr Cotton Mills. 

' Riverside Mfg. Co. 

H. C. Townsend Cotton Mill. 

' Toxawav Mills. 

Belton Belton Milla. 

Blair Mill. 

Greenville. . . .American Spinning Co. 

" Brandon Mills. 

" Camperdown Mills. 

* Carolina Mills. 

■ Dunean Mills. 



COTTON MILLS— Continued. 
Piedmont & Northern Lines — Continued. 
South Carolina: 

Greenville.. ..McGee Mfg. Co. 
Mills Mfg. Co. 

• Monaghan Mills. 

" Parker Cotton Mill Co. 

F. W. Poe Mfg. Co. 

Pelzer Mfg. Co. 

S. C. Pelzer. 

" Vardry Cotton Mills. 

" Judson Cotton Milla. 

Wesiervelt Mills. 

" Woodside Cotton Mills. 

Greer Franklin Mills. 

Victor Mfg. Co. 

Piedmont Piedmont Mfg. Co. 

Raleigh & Charleston Railway. 
South Carolina: 

Marion Marion Mfg. Co. 

South Carolina Western Railway. 
South Carolina: 

Darlington. . . . Darlington Mfg. Co. 
Hartsville Hartsville Cotton Milla. 

St. Louis & San Francisco Railroad. 
Alabama: 

Cordova Indian Head Mills. 

St. Louis & San Francisco Railroad. 
Alabama: 

Jacksonville. . .Jacksonville Oil & Fertz. Co. 

Union & Glen Springs Railway. 
South Carolina: 

Buffalo Buffalo Mills. 

Union. Excelsior Kuitting Milla. 

" Monarch Cotton Mills. 

Victor Mfg. Co. 

• Union Buffalo Mills Co. 

Union Mills. 

Gault Mfg. Co. 

COTTON SEED OIL MILLS. 
Alabama: 

Birmingham. .Buckeye Cotton Oil Co. 

" Butler Kyse Mfg. Co. 

" Farm. & Gin Cotton Oil Co. 

■ Porter Cotton Oil Co. 

Hurtsboro .... Hurtsboro Cot. Seed Oil Mill. 
Jacksonville. . .Jasper Oil & Fertz. Co. 
Montgomery. . Southern Cotton Oil Co. 

■ Dixie Cotton Oil Co. 

" Planters Cotton Oil Co. 

" National Cotton Oil Co. 

Florida: 

Gainesville. . . . Louis Tucker. 
Jacksonville. . .Florida Cotton Oil Co. 
Lake City. . . .Stewart Cotton Gin Co. 

Live Oak Sea Island Gin Co. 

Madison Florida Mfg. Co. 

Monticello. . . . Florida Cotton Oil Co. 

" S. Henderson. 

Tallahassee . . . Florida Cotton Oil Co. 

" Standard Oil Co. 

Tampa Crenshaw Bros. Seed Co. 

Gulf Refining Co. 

Georgia: 

Albany Georgia Cotton Oil Co. 

Planters Oil Co. 

Americus Farmers Cotton Oil Co. 

" Americus Cotton Co. 

" Americus Oil Co. 

Athens Southern Refining Co. 

Southern Cotton Oil Co. 

Atlanta Buckeye Cotton Oil Co. 

' Empire Cotton Oil Co. 

Gate City. Cotton Oil Co. 

• Georgia Cotton Oil Co. 

• Harper Marion Cotton Oil 

Co. 

• Southern Cotton Oil Co. 

Swift Oil Co. 

Cartersville . . . Southern Cotton Oil Co. 
Cedartown. . . . Southern Cotton Oil Co. 
Columbus Home Mixture Guano Co. 

■ Georgia Cotton Oil Co. 

• Southern Cotton Oil Co. 

Comer Comer Oil Mill. 

Cordele Empire Cotton Oil Co. 

" Southern Cotton Oil Co. 

Dallas Dallas Oil Mill. 

Dawson A.J. Baldwin & Co. 

" Dawson Cotton Oil Co. 

• Southern Cotton Oil Co. 

" Farmers Cotton Oil Co. 

Elberton Elberton Oil Mills. 



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COTTON SEED OIL MILLS— Continued. 
Georgia: 

Fitzgerald. . . Fitzgerald Cotton Oil Co. 

" Union Cotton Oil Company. 

Glenwood A. P. Stone. 

Hagan Hagan Cil & Fertilizer Co. 

Hull ElbertonOil Mill. 

Lawrenceville. Lawrenceville Cotton Oil Co. 

Leslie American Oil Co. 

MoRae Empire Cotton Oil Co. 

Ccilla Ocilla Oil & Feitilizer Co. 

Pitts Pitts Oil Mill & Power Co. 

Richland Richland Cotton Oil Co. 

Savannah Southern Cotton Oil Co. 

Vidalia Vidalia Cotton Oil Co. 

Winder Winder Oil Mill Co. 

North Carolina: 

Charlotte Southern Cotton Oil Co. 

• Buckeye Cotton Oil Co. 

* No. Carolina Cotton Oil Co. 

Elba Mfg. Co. 

Henderson.. . .No. Caiolina Cotton Oil Co. 

Lattimore Verner Cotton Oil Co. 

Laurinburg. . .Laurinburg Oil Co. 

Louisburg Louisburg Cotton Oil Co. 

Lumberton . . . Robeson Mfg. Co. 

Maxton Elba Mfg. Co. 

Monroe Monroe Cotton Oil Co. 

Mooresboro.. . Blanton Cotton Oil Co. 

Pittsboro Chatham Oil & Fertz. Co. 

Raleigh No. Carolina Cotton Oil Co. 

Sanford Lee County Cotton Oil Co. 

Shelby Southern Cotton Oil Co. 

Wadesboro. . . .Southern Cotton Oil Co. 
Wilmington.. .No. Carolina Cotton Oil Co. 

Universal Oil & Fert. Co. 

Cape Fear Oil Co. 

South Carolina: 

Abbeville Southern Cotton Oil Co. 

Camden Southern Cotton Oil Co. 

Cheraw Cheraw Oil Mills. 

Chester Southern Cotton Oil Co. 

Chester Oil Mill. 

Clinton Clinton Cotton Oil Co, 

■ Clinton Oil Mfg. Co. 

Columbia Southern Cotton Oil Co. 

" So. Carolina Cotton Oil Co. 

Swift & Co. Oil Mills. 

Cross Hill Cross Hill Oil Mill. 

Denmark The Cotton Oil Co. 

Fairfax J. F. Lightsen. 

■ Fairfax Cotton Oil Co. 

Greenwood. .. .Southern Cotton Oil Co. 

Virginia: 

Franklin Franklin Cotton Oil & Fertz. 

Co. 
Portsmouth.. . Portsmouth Cotton Oil Re- 
fining Corp. 

DISTILLERS AND BREWERIES. 
Alabama: 

t Birmingham. .Alabama Brewing Co. 

t)m u Motlow Dist. Co. 
Montgomery. .Capitol Brewing & Ice Co. 

Florida: 

Jacksonville. . .Altmeyer Whiskey Co. 

" . Anheuser Busch Brew. Assn. 

u Atlantic Coast Distilling Co. 

Blum, Chas. & Co. 

Butler, C. C. 

Cohen Whiskey Co. 

Glyndale Co. 

" Hayner Distilling Co. 

" Hanno Bros. 

Lippman, Gabe. 

Long, D F. & C P. 

■ Mead Distilling Co. 

Metcalfe, H. W. 

■ Rives, Henry. 

" Rose & Co., R. M. 

u Sprinkler Distilling Co. 

■ Savannah Liquor Co. 

Sims, Robt. W. 

" Sommers, J. C. & Co. 

- Samuels & Co., A. 

Seebs, W. F. 

" Shad, Solomon. 

■ Sprinkler Distilling Co. 

" United Liquor Store. 

Williams, J. J. & Co. 

" Zeph, Joe & Co. 

Ocala Carmichael & Sons. 

" Keating & Co. 

Ocala Wine Co. 

" Strauss & Company. 

Tampa Florida Brewing Co. 

* Evansville Brewing Co. 

* J. A. Falsome. 

■ R. Muggen. 



DISTILLERS AND BREWERIES— Cont. 
Florida: 

Tampa Ralwinge & Hawthorne. 

" So. Fla. Mail Order House. 

u Tampa Liquor Co. 

.W. Coast Liquor Co. 
.J. A. Folsom. 



Petersburg. 
Portsmouth. 



Ybor City . 

Georgia: 

Atlanta Atlanta Brewing & Ice Co. 

Savannah Savannah Brewing Co. 

Virginia : 

Norfolk H. G. Williams & Co., Inc. 

" Pen-Mar Distilling Co. 

J. E. Prince & Co. 

W. P. Ives & Co. 

* Bay View Brewery, 

* Anheuser-Busch Brew. Assn. 

* Pabst Brewing Co. 

* The Consumers Brewing Co. 

* Cris Heurich Brewing Co. 

" The Hoster Columbus As- 
sociated Breweries Co. 

■ Monumental Brewing Co. 

" Robert Porter Brewing Co. 

Schlitz Brewery Co. 

W. E. Armstrong. 

J. & E. Mahoney. 
Richmond .. . . E. A. Fulcher Dist. Co., I no. 

" Richmond Distilling Co. 

" Stoney Creek Distilling Co. 

u Home Brewing Co. 

" Roseneck Brewing Co. 

■ Anheuser-Busch Brew. Assn. 

■ Pabst Brewing Co. 

* Robt. Portner Brewing Co. 

" Old Dominion Distilling Co. 

" Sowers Distilling Co., Inc. 

DRUGS, WHOLESALE. 
Alabama: 

Birmingham. . Doster Northington Drug 
Co. 
" Avery Drug Co. 

* Elly Robertson Barlow Drug 

Co. 

Ensley Linwood Drug Co. 

Montgomery. . Durr Drug Co. 

" Lewis Bear Drug Co. 

Geil Bros. Drug Co, 

Florida : 

Jacksonville. . .Grover Stewart Co. 

" Southern Whsle. Drug Co. 

" Southern Drug Mfg. Co. 

Live Oak Suwanee Drug Co. 

Tampa Tampa Drug Co. 

" Pinole Chemical Co. 

* Court Sq. Pharmacy. 

Georgia: 

Atlanta J. B. Daniel. 

" Lamar Rankin Drug Co. 

V. D. Marville. 

H. K. Mullford Co. 

" Sharpe & Dohne. 

* J. G. Dodson Medicine Co. 

" Swift Specific Co. 

Bradfield Regulator Co. 

* Jacobs Pharmacy. 

Jno. Wyeth & Bro. 

Cartersville. . .Young Bros. Drug Co. 

Columbus Brannon & Carson. 

Savannah Columbia Drug Co. 

* Shuptrine Co. 

■ Solomons Co. 

■ Hirsch & Pigman. 

North Carolina: 

Charlotte J. M. Scott & Co. 

" Bui well & Dunn. 

Durham Peabody Drug Co. 

Oxford J. G. Hall. 

" J. P. Steadman. 

Raleigh W. H. King Drug Co. 

" Capudine Chemical Co. 

Wilmington.. .Ahrens Bros. 

" Apinol Chemical Co. 

* Robert R. Bellamy. 

" Astypodyne Chemical Co. 

" J. Hicks Bunting Drug Co. 

* Wm. Green Co. 

J. H. Hardin. 

* Jos. C. Shepard. 

South Carolina: 

Columbia Murray Drug Co. 

Virginia: 

Norfolk Burrow Martin & Co. 

Williams, Martin & Gray. 



DRUGS, WHOLESALE— Continued. 
Virginia : 

Petersburg... .W. E. Armstrong & Co. 
Richmond.. . .The Bodeker Drug Co. 

■ Powers-Taylor Drug Co. 

■ Vaugban - Robertson Drug 

Co. 

DRY GOODS & NOTIONS, WHOLESALE. 
Alabama: 

Birmingham .Alabama Jobbing House. 
" Kartus & Weinstein. 

* Joseph Loveman & Loeb. 

Marshall Field & Co. 

* J. Minisman. 

' Rice Stix Dry Goods Co. 

Goodall, Brown & Co. 

1 Drennen Co. 

■ Johnson Bros. 

" R. Bloomberg Sons Text. Co. 

" ....... Carter Dry Goods Co. 

Montgomery. . Steiner & Lobman. 
" Scheuer, Wise & Co. 

B. Frank & Co. 

Naftel Dry Goods Co. 

" Harry Scheuer. 

Florida : 

Live Oak Worth Stephens Co. 

Tampa Bentley Gray. 

Georgia: 

Albany Hofmayer Dry Goods Co. 

Athens Michael Bros. 

Atlanta Fields Marshall Co. 

* Ragan Malone Co. 

Ridley Williamson Wyatt 

Co. 

" John Silvey Co. 

Ward Truitt Co. 

" Floyd Lehman Co. 

u Dougherty Little Redwine 

Co. 

" A.M. Robinson Co. 

Columbus Power & Baird. 

" Reich & Chambers. 

D. Rothschild & Co. 

Cordele Churchwell Bros. 

Savannah I. Epstein & Bro. Co. 

" Frank & Co. 

H. S. Meinhard & Bro. 

" D. J. Morrison & Bro. 

■ L. Mohr & Sons. 

North Carolina: 

Charlotte Williams & Shelton. 

Durham Durham Notion Co. 

Wilmington.. .Julius Abelovitz. 

The Bluenthal Co. 

L. W. Davis & Co. 

" Finstein Bros. 

Gaylord-Platt Co. 

■ Wm. Goodman. 

" M. Rosenmann & Son. 



South Carolina: 

Columbia. . . . 



W. F. Furtick & Co. 



Virginia: 

Norfolk E. & M. Hirschler Co. 

" Whichard Bros Co. 

" Winston Notion Co., Inc. 

Petersburg. . . . So. Dry Goods & Notion Co. 

" Whitmore Ligon Co. 

Richmond. . . .Anderson Lewis-Gary Co. 
Inc. 

• Drewry Hughes Co. 

" Richmond Dry Goods Co. 

■ Strause Bros. & Co., Inc. 

" Wilkinson Williams & Reed, 

Inc. 

FERTILIZER FACTORIES. 

Alabama: 

Birmingham . .Jefferson Fertilizer. 

* Birmingham Fertilizer Co. 

Butler Kyse Oil & Fert. Co. 

Ensley Virginia-Carolina Chemical 

Co. 
Hurtsboro .... Davis & Ellison. 

8 Farmers Fertz. Co. 

Jacksonville. . .Georgia Fertz. Co. 

u Wilson & Toomer Fertz. Co. 

Montgomery. . American Agriculture Co. 

International Agriculture Co. 

Va. -Carolina Chemical Co. 

Alabama Chemical Co. 

F. S. Royster & Co. 

Morris Fertz. Co. 

Southern Cotton Oil Co. 

Capital Fertz. Co. 

Alabama Cotton Oil Co. 



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List of Industries — Continued. 



FERTILIZER FACTORIES— Continued. 
Florida: 

Gainesville. ... Florida Fertz. Co. 

" Standard Fertz. Co. 

Inverness Holder Phosphate Co. 

Jacksonville.. . J. R. Tyson. 

" Armour & Co. 

" Osceola Fertilizer Co. 

" Pointer Fertilizer Co 

u Wilson & Toomer. 

Ocala. Ocala Fertilizer Factory. 

u Orlando Southern Fertz. Co. 

Orlando Southern Fertz. Co. 

Tampa Tampa Fettilizor Co. 

" Gulf Fertilizer Co. 

Fla. Soil & Fertility Co. 

Georgia: 

Albany Swift Fertilizer Works. 

" Tenn. Fertilizer Co. 

* Va. -Carolina Chemical Co. 

" Pioneer Guano Co. 

" Brown Guano Co. 

Americus Americus Home Mixture 

Guano Co. 

" Empire State Guano Co. 

" International Agricul. Corp. 

" Tennessee Chemical Co. 

" Va. -Carolina Chemical Co. 

Athens Empire State Chemical Co. 

° International Agricul Corp. 

u Southern Refining Co. 

Atlanta Furman Farm Improve. Co. 

" Marietta Fertilizer Co. 

" Morris Fertilizer Co. 

" Old Dominion Guano Co. 

" Porter Fertilizer Co. 

" Piedmont Fertilizer Co. 

" South Atlantic Guano Co. 

" Swift Fertilizer Works. 

" Tuscarora Fertilizer Co. 

* International Agricul. Corp. 

Empire Cotton Oil Co. 

* Va. -Carolina Chemical Co. 

" Armour Fertilizer Works. 

■ Chattahoochee Fert. Works. 

- . Chickamauga Fertilizer Co. 

Cartersville. .. Cumberland Fertilizer Co. 

* Cartersville Guano Co. 

Columbus Blanchard Humber Co. 

W. C. Bradley Co. 

" Davis Fertz. Co. 

' Fletcher Guano Co. 

" Georgia Fertz. Co. 

F. S. Royster Guano Co. 

" Va. -Carolina Chemical Co. 

" Home Mixture Guano Co. 

Cordele Reed Phosphate Co. 

" Southern Cotton Oil Co. 

Dawson Dawson Home Mixture 

Guano Co. 
" ....... Lowrey Bros. 

Elberton Elberton Guano Co. 

" Elberton County Fertz. Co. 

* Marietta Fertz. Co. 

Fitzgerald. . . .Fitzgerald Cotton Oil Co. 

* Planters Wareh. & Loan Co. 

" Ben Hill Company. 

Hagan Hagan Oil & Fertz. Co. 

Milan Farmers Fertz. Co. 

McRae Empire Cotton Oil Co. 

u South Georgia Fertz. Co. 

Ocilla Ocilla Oil & Fertz. Co. 

Richland Richland H. M. Guano Co. 

Savannah Am. Agricultural Chem. Co. 

" American Fertilizer Co. 

H. J. Baker & Bro. 

* Barker Chemical Co. 

" Mutual Fertilizer Co. 

Reliance Fertilizer Co. 

■ Savannah Chemical Co. 

Savannah Guano Co., Inc. 

' Southern Fert, & Chem. Co. 

Southern States Phosphate 

& Fertilizer Co. 

* Swift Fertilizer Works. 

Va. -Carolina Chemical Co. 

Wilcox, Ives & Co. 

" Phosphate Mining Co., Inc. 

G. Ober Sons Co. 

* Soacoast Fertilizer Co. 

Stilesboro Stilesboro Warehouse Co. 

Vidalia : Altamaha Fertz. Co. 

Vidalia Chemical Co, 

North Carolina: 

Acme Acme Mfg. Co. 

Charlotte Interstate Chemical Co. 

■ Va. -Carolina Chem. Co. 

" F. S. Royster Guano Co. 

Durham Virginia-Carolina Chem. Co. 



FERTILIZER FACTORIES— Continued. 
North Carolina: 

Elmore Elmore Ginning & Fertz. Co. 

Henderson. . . . No. Carolina Cotton Oil Co. 
Laurinburg. . Carolina Phosphate Co. 

" Floradora Fertz. Co. 

" Elmore Ginning & Fertz. Co. 

Lumberton . . . Robeson Mfg. Co. 

Maxton Elba Mfg. Co. 

Pittsboro Chatham Oil & Fertz. Co. 

Raleigh Caraleigh Phos.& Fertz. Wks. 

Vance Vance Guano Co. 

Wadesboro Southern Cotton Oil Co. 

" Virginia-Carolina Chem. Co. 

Wilmington. . .Acme Mfg. Co. 

" American Arig. & Chem. Co. 

" Armour Fertilizer Works. 

" Foreign Products Co. 

f J. F. Carrell & Co. 

" Navassa Guano Co. 

" Swift Fertilizer Works. 

u Virginia-Carolina Chem. Co. 

8 ....... Pearsall & Co. 

South Carolina: 

Columbia Palmetto Fertilizer Co. 

" F. S. Royster Guano Co. 

u Virginia-Carolina Chem. Co. 

" American Agricultural Co. 

u American Agricul. Chem. Co. 

Swift & Co. Fertz. Works. 

" Conagree Fertz. Co. 

Cheraw Cheraw Fertz. Works. 

Chester Swift Fertz. Co. 

Greenwood. . ..Greenwood Fertz. Works. 

" Southern Cotton Oil Co. 

Hix B. B. Williams Mixing Plant 

Orangeburg. . .No Filler Fertz. Co. 

u Orangeburg Fertz. Co. 

Virginia: 

Franklin Franklin Cotton Oil & Fertz. 

Co. 
Norfolk Kanona Co., Inc. 

" National Utilization Co. 

" Omega Corporation. 

" Nitrate Agencies Co. 

" American Fertilizing Co. 

' G. L. Arps & Co. 

" Baugh & Sons Co. 

" Berkley Chemical Co. 

* C. Cobb Woodson. 

* Columbia Guano Co. 

" Coweta Fertilizer Co. 

Robt. E. DeJarnette. 

" Farmers Guano Co. 

Griffith & Boyd Co- 

" Hampton Guano Co. 

" Imperial Co. 

■ Jones & Co. 

D. B. Martin Co. 

" Norfolk Fertilizing Co. 

" The Pocomoke Guano Co. 

" The Robertson Fertz. Co. 

" F. S. Royster Guano Co. 

" R. L. Upshur Guano Co. 

" Virginia-Carolina Chem. Co. 

" J. R. Young Fertz. Co., Inc. 

Petersburg. . . . Virginia-Carolina Chem. Co. 
Portsmouth.. .Hubbard Fertilizer Co. 
Richmond.. . .A. S. Lee & Sons Co., Inc. 

" Richmond Guano Co. 

" Virginia-Carolina Chem. Co. 

Old Buck Guano. 

" VenakeFertilizer Works. 

" Powhatan Chemical Co. 

" Venake Fertilizer Co. 

Suffolk Piedmont Guano Co. 

" Dixie Guano Co. 



FLOUR AND GRIST MILLS. 
Alabama: 

Birmingham. ,Wm. M. Cosby Flour & 
Grain Co. 

* Western Grain Co. 

" Wood & Crabbe Grain Co. 

Borden Spgs. . Davis & Brittian. 

S. P. Larren. 

Coal City 11. G. Robertson. 

" J. C. Alverson. 

Fort Davis Fort Davis Grist Mills. 

Hurtsboro.. . , Hurtsboro Bottling Works. 

u Hurtsboro Grain & Milling 

Co. 
Montgomery. . Hobbie Grocery Co. 
Florida: 

Ellzey J. A. Williams. 

Jacksonville. . .Independent Fertz. Co. 

Cumberland & Lib. Mills. 

La Crosse La Croaae Gin Co. 

Live Oak Middle Florida Groc. Co. 

McClenny . . . . A. J. Mobby. 

Henderson & Mann. 



FLOUR AND GRIST MILLS— Continued. 
Florida: 

Midway James Maxwell. 

Monticello . . . .F. M. Cury. 
Tallahassee.. . R. F. Howard. 

Woodville T. J. Boyd. 

" Lewis Bros. 

Georgia: 

Albany Albanv Milling Co. 

Athens Model Mills. 

Atlanta Atlanta Milling Co. 

" Nickajack Milling Co. 

Columbus Empire Mills. 

City Mills. 

Groveland .... A. & J. Mikell. 

Hull Borrow & Spratlim. 

Ocilla Tankersly <& Dunaway Grist 

Mill. 

Omaha Omaha Mills. 

Powder Spgs . .Zally Land. 

" J. A. Lewis. 

Rochelle W. C. Carter. 

Rockmart W. C. Campbell's Corn Mill. 

Seville D. D. Pearce's Grist Mill. 

Statham Willingham, Snow & Williams 

Grist Mill. 

Stilesboro Stilesboro Milling Co. 

Tucker C. E. Gritt's Grist Mill. 

Ways W. J. Goett. 

North Carolina: 

Abeideen Aberdeen Power & Mill. Co. 

Cary W. H. Atkins. 

Cherryville . . . Cherryville Roller Mills. 

Crouse E. C. Sullivan. 

Durham .Austin Heaton Co. 

Franklinton. . . I. H. Kearney's Grist Mill. 
Henderson.. . .Seaboard Feed & Produce 
Co. 

Kittrell J. B. Ellis's Grist Mill. 

Lilesville J. B. Seago. 

Lincolnton. . . . Banner Rolling Mills. 

8 Lincoln Milling Co. 

Moncure Lakeville Roller Mills. 

Monroe Henderson Roller Mills Co. 

Oxford W. A. Parham's Grist Mill. 

Peachland.. . . J. W. Carpenter's Grist Mill. 

Pittsboro Chatham Roller Mill. 

Raleigh C. J. Lassiter (Grist Mill). 

Rutherfordt'n.W. M. Withrow. 
Wilmington.. . Boney & Harper Milling Co. 

South Carolina: 

CroBS Hill G. F. Thompson. 

■ J. L. Watkins. 

Livingston.. . . J. C. Hutto's Grist Mill. 
Olar J. W. Sellere. 

G. O. Barker. 

Omar Willie Still. 

Virginia: 

Boykins H. F. Knight. 

Butterworth. . R. Butterworth & Son Grist 

Mill. 
Cochran W. L. Walker & Bro. Grist 

Mill. 

DeWitt J. C. Crawford. 

Franklin Williams & Lee Grist Mill. 

C. W. Darden Grist Mill. 

Petersburg... .Cockade Citv Mills. 

■ John W. Pool & Sons Grist 

Mill. 

R. W. Munt Grist Mill. 

Richmond.. . .Acme Evans Co. 

Ballard & Ballard Co. 

" James Carter Co., Inc. 

Pillsbury Flour Mills. 

" Washburn-Crosby MillingCo. 

" James A, Sidney B. 

Gallego Mills. 

" Koiner Flour Mills. 

■ Mavo Milling Co. 

" Shockoe Mills. 

Dunlop Flour Mills. 

■ Warner Moore & Co. 

" Manchester Mills, Inc. 

Suffolk Virginia Mills. 

J. W. Hosier. 

FOUNDRIES. 

Alabama: 

Bessemer Bessemer Machine & Fdry. 

Birmingham. . Ajax Metal Co. 

■ American Cast Iron Pipe Co. 

■ American Casting Co. 

* Avondale Stove it Foundry. 

" Beggs Pipe & Foundry Co. 

" Hammond Byrd Co. 

* Bessemer Fdry. & Mach. Co. 

* Birmingham Foundry Co. 

* Birmingham Machine & 

Foundry Co. 



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List of Industries — Continued. 



FOUNDRIES— Continued. 

Alabama: 

Birmingham. .Caldwell Wataori Foundry & 
Machine Co. 

Central Foundry Co. 

Bessemer Soil Pipe Co. 

Hardie Tynes Mfg. Co. 

A. O. Kehm Casting Co. 

National Cast Iron Pipe Co. 

Southern Pipe & Fdrv. Co. 

U. S. Cast Iron Pipe & 

Foundry Co. 

Harry Wallford Fdry. Co. 

Union Foundry & Mfg. Co. 

Steward Witherell Mach. Co. 

Pike Machine Works. 

A. T. Beatev. 

White Beakeslee Mfg. Co. 

Birmingham Welding & Ma- 
chinery Co. 

Ensley Little Foundry Co. 

Montgomery. .Janney & Co. 

Florida: 

Archer Maddox Fdry. & Rich. Wks. 

Bushnell D. Hemrich. 

Ellzey J. L. Williams. 

Gainesville.. . .Grill Fdrv. & Mach. Works. 

Gainesville Machinery Co. 

Jacksonville.. .Dixie Machinery Co. 

■ Farquhar Machinery Co. 

" Fairbanks, Morse & Co. 

° Florida Machine Works. 

" Jacksonville Iron Works. 

" Board Bond Trustees. 

" lax Iron Works. 

Gulf Boiler Works. 

Malsby Machinery Co. 

Merrill-Stevens Co. 

T. Murphy Iron Works. 

H. E. Ploof Machinery Co. 

Edward Verestrate. 

Lake City. . . . L. W. Johnson. 

Live Oak Live Oak Fdry.& Mach. Wks 

McClenny. . . . A. J. Mobby. 

Joe Milkel. 

Mulberry Mulberry Fdry. & Mach. Co. 

Ocala Ocala Iron Works. 

Orlando Phillips Mfg. Co. 

So. Fla. Fdry. & Mach. Wks. 

Plant City Plant City Foundry, Ma- 
chine & Boiler Works. 

Tampa Gulf Iron Works. 

B Tampa Foundry Co. 

" Ulmer Machine Co. 

Georgia: 

Albany Southern Machine Works. 

" Georgia Car & Loco. Works. 

Americus W. H. Sawyer & Son. 

Athens Athens Fdry & Mch. Works. 

Atlanta Calloway Foundry Co. 

Atlanta Machine Works. 

Atlanta Mfg. & Supply Co. 

Van Winkel Machine Co. 

Capital Brass Foundry. 

Hancock Holmes Foundry 

Machine Works. 

General Pipe & Fdry. Co. 

Murray Co. 

Continental Gin. Co. 

Spalding Foundry Co. 

Withers Foundry Mach. Co. 

Atlanta Utility Works. 

Pratt Engine & Machine Co. 

Southern Iron & Equip. Co. 

Steward. Witherall Mch. Co. 

Columbus Golden Fdry. & Mach. Wks. 

" Pekor Iron Works. • 

' Columbus Iron Works. 

Cordele Tomlin Harris Mach. Co. 

Dawson The Variety Works. 

Elberton Elberton Machine Works. 

Fitzgerald. . . .Fitzgerald Iron Works. 

Ocilla Ocilla Fdry. & Mach. Shop. 

Savannah Kehoe's Iron Works. 

" J. J. McDonough. 

Wilkinson Machine Co. 

" Rourke's Iron Works. 

W. C. Brvant & Co. 

MingledoVff & Co. 

" Savannah Iron Wire Works. 

North Carolina: 

Caroleen Moss Foundry. 

Charlotte Mecklenburg Iron Works. 

■ Moffatt Machine Mfg. Co. 

Jarrell Machine Co. 

" J. Hackett Foundry Co. and 

Park Mfg. Co. 

T. S. Talbert. 

Cherry ville. . .Cherry ville Foundry Co. 
Durham Durham Iron Works. 



FOUNDRIES— Continued. 

North Carolina : 

Laurinburg. . . Laurinburg Machine Co. 

u John Blue. 

Lincolnton.. . .Eureka Mfg. Co. 

Louisburg Louisburg Machine Works. 

Oxford Goocli Machine Shop. 

Raleigh Raleigh Iron Works. 

J. H. Gill. 

W. C. Cram. 

Rockingham . Rockingham Foundry & Ma- 
chine Co. 

Sanford Moffett Iron Works. 

Wake Forest. . Dunn Plow Co. 

" Wake Forest Foundry Co. 

Wilmington.. .Cape Fear Machine Works. 

C. H. Dick & Co. 

Eagle Iron Works. 

Hanover Iron Works. 

T. D. Love & Co. 

Newkuk Bros. 

Prease Bros. Co. 

Vulcan Engine & Mach. Co. 

Wilmington Iron Works. 

South Carolina: 

Cheraw Pee Dee Iron Works. 

Columbia Columbia Mach. & Iron Wks. 

" Gibbes Machine Co. 

c Palmetto Iron Works. 

* King Foundry. 

J. A. Willis. 

Denmark Denmark Machine WorkB. 

Greenwood . . . Milamo Fdry. & Mach. Wks. 

" Aldrich Machine Works. 

Olar J. W. Sellers. 

W. B. Cave. 

Virginia: 

Franklin Lytton Mfg. Corp. 

Norfolk Atlantic Iron Works. 

Acme Elec. & Mach. Wks. 

* Berkley Foundry & Struc- 

tural Iron Co. 

" Berkley Machine Works. 

" Donahue & Marsden. 

G. W. Dorr. 

" Dootan-Brounley Mach. Co. 

' Eagle Iron Works. 

" Elizabeth Iron Works. 

" Lynchburg Foundry Co. 

' Marine Iron Works. 

Norfolk Foundry Co. 

■ Norfolk Iron Works. 

" Norfolk Iron & Wire Works. 

" Old Dominion Iron Works. 

" Porter & Jennings. 

Taylor Engine Co. 

■ Virginia Iron Works. 

■ S. M. Price Machinery Co. 

W. M. Whaley. 

Petersburg E. E. Tetus. 

" Stratton & Bragg Co. 

" Appomattox Iron Works 

Supply Co. 
Portsmouth. . . Nichols & Powell Mach. Co. 

Suffolk Benthal. Muelin Co. 

H. R. Ouslen. 



FRUIT AND VEGETABLE SHIPPERS- 

Continued. 



FRUIT AND 

Alabama: 
Birmingham 



Borden Spgs. 
Montgomery. 



VEGETABLE SHIPPERS. 

. Bill Rogers Produce Co. 

.Douglas Bros. Co. 

.Oak Mountain Co. 

. P. R. Rninwater. 

. M. P. Willcox. 

.J. D. Wade & Son. 

.J. B. Stephens. 

.Montgomery Fruit & Prod 

uce Co. 
.L. C. Yoiirwz. 
.Haas-Phillips Produce Co. 
. Thos. Howe. 



Florida: 
Anthony. 
Agricola . 

Alifia 

Apopka. . 



. H. A. Meadows. 
.Swift & Co. 
.John Johnson. 
. Wm. Ohse. 
.A. M. Starbird. 
.W. T. Wilson. 
.S. A. Merril. 
.W. T. Champneys. 
,H. M. Hawthorne. 
.H. H. Witherington. 
. McKay Bros. 
. W. B. Raulerson. 
.S. G. Hull. 
. P. Sermons. 
.L. P. Lane. 

.Land Mortgage & B. Co. 
.T. C. Darby. 
.W. S. Berry. 
P. D. Shepherd. 



Florida: 




Apopki 


E. Lubig. 




S. W. Eldgridge. 


" 


A. B. Fuller. 


" 


P. T. Starbird. 


* 


L. N. Hooper. 


" 


F. C. Lovell. 


" 


H. A. Vivian. 


" 


J. P. Turner. 


" 


R. W. Carlton. 


" 


C. H. Hopkins. 


Accadic 


W. H. G. Smart. 


" 


M. M. Morgan.* 


" 


J. D. Atkinson. 


" 


W. L. Carlton. 


" 




" 


E. L. McSwain. 


" 


J. W. Boatwright. 


u 


C. Y. Crawford. 


" 




" 




" 


Ben Butt. 


" 




" 




" 




" 




" 


Capt. N. W. Whiffle. 


" 




" 




" 




" 


J. F. Fegton. 


u 


H. Bullouch. 


8 




" 


E. P. Genes. 


" 


H. C. Johnson. 


" 




" 


E. P. Newkirk. 


" 


J. L. Perry. 


" 


C. S. Bushnell. 


a 




" 


T. J. Watkms. 


" 


W. H. Hooker. 


" 


H. E. Pipkin. 


" 


F. E. Parker. 


" 




" 


T. F. Barrow. 


" 


E. D. Allen. 


" 


E. F. Chithers. 


H 


T. D. Bourland. 


" 


R. S. King. 


" 




u 


Thelmo Mizell & Son. 


" 




u 


R. E. Brown. 


" 




u 


D. T. Carlton. 


" 


Mrs. P. W. McAdow. 


" 


C. R. Kane. 


" 


C. L. Carlton. 


" 


Jim. Jones. 


" 




" 


W. T. Howell. 


" 


S. E. Durrance. 


" 


W. G. Ingram. 


" 


F. G. Gav. 


" 


C. L. Knight. 


" 


H. L. Burton. 


" 


Mrs. M. J. Shelfer. 


" 


E. Prouty. 


" 


Phil Park. 


" 


..... .J. J. Heard. 


" 


. : C. C. Pierce. 


if 




" 




" 




" 


Mrs. W. 0. Rauls. 


" 


D. W. Brown. 


" 




" 




" 




" 


P. R. Reed. 


" 


R. A. Whidden. 


" 


T. B. King. 


" 




u 




" 


J. L. Jones. 


" 


E. T. Smith. 


" 


J. L. Livingston. 


" 


J. T. Budd. 


u 


E. A. Houston. 


" 




B 




" 




" 


W. H. Stanage. 


" 


B. B. Blount. 


" 


J. H. TreadweU. 


" 


J. S. Waldron. 


" 


S. S. Avant. 


" 


Carl Whidden. 


" 


Abril Whidden. 



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List of Industries — Continued. 



FRUIT AND VEGETABLE SHIPPERS— 
Continued. 
Florida: 

Arcadia Z. N. Parker Bros. 

H. L. Carlton. 

" Hendry Bros. 

" (Bunker) Mrs. A. L. Gates. 
• (Bunker)F. H. Smith. 
" (Bunker)J. T. Green. 

Balm J. E. Alderman. 

John Bravo. 

" A. P. Burnett. 

H. C. Colding. 

M. E. Franklin. 

Geo. Gill. 

J.P.Hull. 

H. H. Kickliter. 

I. R. Kickliter. 

E. L. Lee. 

' W. J. Lightsey. 

J. D. Pollard. 

" M. J. Pringle. 

" J. A. Richards. 

" G. M. Simmons. 

" J. F. Stanaland. 

P. F. Stanaland. 

C. W. Sweat. 

W. P. Sweat. 

H. D. Sweat. 

J. D. Sweat. 

" D. J. Sumner. 

M. D. Taylor. 

H.T.Tucker. 

T. C. Wadsworth. 

Bartow G. H. B. Mathews. 

R. E. Gandy. 

" T. H. Schumate. 

B.F.Holland. 

D. H. Alport. 

G. W. Speice. 

T.G.Taylor. 

D. C. Duke. 

Mrs. A. Lyle. 

F. A. DeWolf. 

S. L. Caldwell. 

" A. A. McLeod. 

M. F. Robertson. 

Chas. Ogden. 

C. H. Robinson. 

Thos. Smith. 

H. O. Wear. 

Mrs. E. M. Colburn. 

M. Y. Cadwell. 

J. R. Davis. 

u Henry Schupp. 

" E. E. Conant. 

A. D. Alderman. 

" Leon Hebb. 

E. C. Stuart. 

L. E. Mobley. 

Josiah Varn. 

" Mrs. J. W. Sample. 

J.J. Brown. 

G.V.Tillman. 

J. W. Sample. 

Mrs. W. L. Morris. 

" Harry M. Wear 

J. G. Thompson. 

W. A. Whidden. 

Benj. Burnett. 

M.A.Waldo. 

W. H. Bunch. 

L. N. Creigler. 

Connor Grove. 

Summerlin Grove. 

Page Estate. 

Varn Estate. 

Bee Ridge.. . .W. E. Birch. 

W. W. Rode. 

* Durham Groves. 

C. W. Hand. 

H. W. Hawkins. 

W. W. Mink. 

" Mrs. Palmer Potter. 

II.H. Ilawls. 

" Sarasota Bav Fruit Co 

Boyette Sarah Alderman. 

Alex. Bennett. 

" B. J. Bennett. 

S. S. Saffold. 

" D.J. Sumner. 

Bradentown . .Anderson <fc Co. 

" D. H. Barrick. 

H. Bargcr. 

• F. J. Brieken. 

Burris & Shelton. 

" Domire. 

S. V. Harris. 

W. M. Hayes. 

...... .Mrs. Barton. 

Wm. Hey ward. 

J. 11. Johnson. 



FRUIT AND VEGETABLE SHIPPERS- 
Continued. 
Florida: 

Bradentown. .Laremore. 

u Lynn. 

Miller. 

G. Murphy. 

Nestric. 

" Frank Poole. 

I. W. Peck. 

Dr. Porter. 

" T. L. Shirley. 

L. D. Simmons. 

" L. W. Simmons. 

G. W. Tyler. 

G.B.Wallace. 

W. D. Wilson. 

J. R. Wilson. 

V Mrs. Wilson. 

E. B. Rood. 

u J. A. Brown. 

P. A. Hewitt. 

W. W. Cam. 

Kirkhuff & Crouter. 

R. A. Palmer. 

A. F. Wyman. 

Bradley Jet . . .Giles Durranee. 

" Brown & Whidden. 

u Lancaster Grove. 

Prairie Pebble Phos. Co. 

Hamilton Smith. 

Geo. Anderson. 

J L. Durranee. 

" Jas. Cravy. 

Page Grove. 

" M. Driggers. 

Ralph Turner. 

Pierce Phos. Co. 

Wall Durranee. 

Watson Grove. 

Brandon Mrs. E. B. Linsley. 

I. M. Brandon. 

J. R. King. 

J. N. McClellen. 

H. J. Dennis. 

" Lawrence Stone. 

John Thomson. 

Mrs. Micham. 

J. E. Cook. 

W. H. Macklin. 

Mrs. C. G. Sargent. 

J. W. Brown. 

Harrison Messer. 

W. M. Aldridge. 

Brooksvillo ... . W. P. Tucker. 

W. S. Hancock. 

E. C. Hale & J. J. Hale. 

Alex Truitt. 

W. B. Denharu. 

J.J.Bell. 

" S. M. Fulton. 

F. Ederington. 

L. B. Varn. 

Mrs. W. S. Hancock. 

" R. N. Chelf. 

Coogler's Estate. 

" John C. Law. 

Bushnell E. E. West. 

Chicora Albritton Bros. 

, . J. H. Schuman. 

Mrs. J. Lastiner. 

, u Amalgamated Phos. Co 

Citra Crosby & Wartman. 

C. W. Driver. 

M. A. Rice. 

" J. T. Smith. 

E. L. Wartman. 

J. S. Wvcoff. 

J. R. Williams. 

Clermont Mrs. J. C. Getzen. 

J. E. Booth. 

S. Brantley. 

John Hunt. 

" Will Kern. 

Isiah Benson. 

Mrs. M. Mullholand. 

" u A. M. Cashwell. 

J. W. Johnson. 

The Log House Co 

John Chesnut. 

John Hooks. 

M. G. Cooper. 

C.H.Wilson. 

J- Tarpey. 

C. H Goodenough. 

J. H. Compton 

" ....'. ..J. H. Lee. 

E. T. Smith. 

B. H. Brantlcv. 

" R. C. Hooks. " 

I. H. Jones. 

J. B. Jones. 

J.P.Foley. 



FRUIT AND VEGETABLE SHIPPERS— 
Continued. 
Florida: 

Clermont J. H. Mooney. 

Coleman D. W. Swicord. 

Dade City .... H . W. Coleman. 

R. E. Dillday. 

" J. T. Fuket. 

R. Q. Harrison. 

Dallas M. M. Proctor. 

Denham Willett Granthema. 

Edison J. L. Purvis. 

Eldorado J. Leverone. 

Mrs. J. Cunningham. 

" Mrs. Belle Stivender. 

* W.H.Sims. 

Louis Thompson. 

J. M. Isola. 

Elfers S. E. Hope. 

Sam Baker. 

M. Pippins. 

C. R. Latman. 

J. P. Finney. 

J. R. Sawyer. 

J. T. Baker. 

J. N. Bailey. 

T. Pinder. 

Weeks & Co. 

" W.J. Bailey. 

Miss Marley. 

u Lon Fernald. 

J. M. Hudson. 

Miss N. McXeal. 

Stubbs Bros. & Co. 

" M.N.Hill. 

. N. Neagles. 

" I. Clark. 

J. M. Register. 

M. L. Light. 

M. Fernald. 

Bob. Nix. 

W. Spivay. 

" Mitchell & Worley. 

T. Johnson. 

W. M. Watkins. 

Ellenton Judge Faulkner. 

" C. P. Fuller. 

Joe Garcia. 

J. H. Humboltz. 

Mathews Bros. 

" Core McClintock. 

" J. W. Minns. 

L. Simms. 

" A. B. Tadlock. 

S. M. Turner. 

S. L. Tvler, Jr. 

S. L. Tvler, Sr. 

J. R. Wood. 

* Mrs. M. E. Price. 

Erie Bowman. 

R. H. Roesch. 

Fairvilla R. D. Eunice. 

X. C. Enniee. 

" G. M. Scott. 

J. G. Yates. 

G. C. Barco. 

J.D. Henderson. 

W. E. Martin. 

' W.Hemphill. 

J. T. Robertson. 

G. W. Paige Co. 

Fort Green. ...Bud Rich & Alvey IUc>>. 

Capt. Albritton. 

J. H. Albritton. 

C. C. Alderman. 

" U. R. Albritton. 

Bryant Taylor. 

Mr. Messick. 

Sam Wilkins Do Witt. 

John Davis. 

Gilford Chancey. 

" Hardy Taylor. 

Frank Schuman. 

Lee Schuman. 

Jack Alderman. 

Mrs. Lou Branch 

Will Henry. 

G. H. Gill. 

Simon Brown 

Ft.Green Spgs.J. W. Albritton. 

J. W. Futeh. 

Mrs. C. Henry. 

Mrs. Sutherland 

Henrv Carlton. 

Alt Carlton. 

Roze Driggers. 

Jim Alderman. 

" Mr. Jackson. 

Fort Ogden ... J. N T eese. 

Fruitville J. Hand. 

J. W. Ponder. 

G. B. Ross. 

M. Talson. 



I9<S 



List of Industries — Continued. 



FRUIT AND 


VEGETABLE SHIPPERS— 


FRUIT AND VEGETABLE SHIPPERS— 


FRUIT AND VEGETABLE SHIPPERS— 




Continued. 




Continued. 


Continued. 


Florida: 




Florida: 




Florida: 


Fruitville. . . 


.E. B. Tucker. 


Lake Charm. .A. G. Wolcord. 


Lawtey Jeff Sertain . 


* 


.F. H. Tucker. 


Lake Fern .... W. F. Jackson. 


u 


.... Wm. Andrews. 


* 


W. M. Walker. 
.J. M. Williamson. 


'. ;; 


. . . . J. S. Little. 
. . . . F. L. Cooper. 


1 ;; 


.... Hob. Rivers. 


Gabriella . . . . 


.... Lee Miller. 


■ 


.J. B. Patten. 


a 


.... J. A. Jackson. 


" 


... .J. M. Muse. 


Gainesville. . . 


.J. D. Stringfellow. 






8 


R. L. Griffin. 


■ 


.F. D. Warner. 


8 


. . . .Toney Lewis. 


u 


.... 0. Hedges. 


■ 


. E. P. Lavo. 


" 


. . . . C. C. Johnson. 


u 


S. J. Futch. 


■ 


L. L. Hill. 


u 


J. I. Mobley. 


" 


.... Wm. Roberts. 


* 


.W. S. McDowell. 


8 


R. B. Allen. 


8 


Cris Dell. 


m 


.Stringfellow & Beville. 
.C. A. Colclough. 


". ;; 


B. E. Oatley. 




. . . .Felix Goodwin. 


■ 


.... Simmons & Griffin. 


■ 


.0. P. Cannon. 


* 


W. H. Nashold. 


u 


... .J. R. Moore. 


■ 


C. W. McDonald. 
.T. E. McDonald. 


- 


J. H. Allen. 

.... David Allen. 


1 


.... R. J. Raulerson. 


■ 


. . . . H. Kersey. 


■ 


N. Wells 


" 


B. A. Allen. 


° 


. . . .W. J. Tomlinson. 


Gillette's Sdg 


. John Anderson. 


" 


F. W. Cole. 


8 


. . . .S. E. Carpenter. 




Armstrong Bros. * 




W. S. Bellinghurst. 
W. L. Bigham. 




.... Wm. Lang. 

. . . .Griffin & Starke. 


: :::::: 


.J. G. Armstrong. 


8 


\' t 


.1. E. Barwick. 


" 


P. H. Christopher. 


u 


. . . .E. L. Crews. 


41 


Foster, Biscom & Beville. 


" 


L. E. Mobley. 


u 


... .J. M. Bohannon. 


* 


.W. C. Hayman. 


8 [[ 


... .J. W. Kimbrough. 


a ]* 


. . . . S. S. Dickeraon. 


1 


.J. E. Jones. 


8 


. . . . J. L. Friend. 


u 


W. F. Futch. 


■ 


Lingo Estate. 


« 


.... Irwin Mobley. 
.... Bert Grant. 


u 


. . . .J. B. Parmenter. 


u 


.G. A. McGuire. 


" 


" ]\ 


. . . . H. F. Parmenter. 


tt 


Capt. Johnson. 


" 


. . . . L. L. Jackson. 


« 


. . . .H. H. Parmenter. 


■ 


. S. Moran. 


" 


... .J. B. Jackson. 


f 


. . . . J. L. Parmenter. 


1 


West Richards. 


u 


F M. Webster. 


u 


.... R. U. Parmenter. 


■ 


Richards Estate. 


« 


.... Edgar Hooker. 


" '' 


W. E. Green. 


" ...... 


. Richards & Mathis. 


u 


C. C. Wrenn. 


" \\ 


S. Sapp. 


" 


. G. B. Singletary. 


" 


. . . .Thos. W. Powers. 


8 


. . . .John Griffis. 


u 


.R. T. White. 


8 




8 


J. S. Griffis. 




Walter McDonald. 


8 


W. R. Stanley. 


" 


W. E. Griffis. 


u 


Glenn McDonald. 


u 


W. P. Pippin. 


* 


S. Griffis. 


» 


Bugg Grove. 


a 


. . . .F. H. Lynn. 
... .J. E. Jones. 


u 


J. Q. Futch. 

. . . .Henry Futch. 


" 


.J. H. Hull. 


8 ]' m 


« " 




Chas. Wiggins. 




... .J. R. Strickland. 




. . . . R. H. Futch. 


a 


Alder Watkins. 


u 


. . . .E. J. Spivay. 


u 


. . .V. R. Prevatt. 


■ 


.W. J. Daniel. 


8 


]'_ 


.... Mrs. Sena Prevatt. 


* 


.W. N. Holloway. 


u 


.... L. J. Thomas. 


" 


. . . .Ed. Muse. 




Will Holloway. 




Martin Patterson 




. . .Arch Griffis. 


« 


. Wm. Brown. 


B 


. . . .H. D. Patterson. 


u 


'.'. '. .W. L. Johns. 


* 


. Mrs. W. Colson. 


" |* 


W. H. Wood. 


* 


. . . . W. E. Norman. 


■ 


. Various Small Groves. 


" 




M 


. . . . R. G. Norman. 


Inverness. , 


Sullivan & Herndon. 


u 


W. M. Hood. 


8 [[ 


J. W. Woods. 


■ 


.M. A. Montgomery. 


u 


... .J. Stephens. 


" 


D. B. Johns. 


" 


.J. J. Spivey. 


Laurel. . . 


B. F. Blackburn. 


u 


. . . ,S. H. Thompson. 


" 


. T. S. Ramsey. 


8 


W. D. Blackburn. 


8 


. ...D. W. Black. 


u 


Fitz Edwards 




Albert Blackburn 




. . . .S. P. Wall. 


" 


.J. B. Young. 


« 




« ■ \\ 


W. M. Starling. 


" 


.0. M. Johnson. 


d 


. . . .Josiah Varn. 


" 


V. R. Reddish. 


■ 


Patten Bros. 


Lawtey. . 


Noah Butler 


It 


. . . .M. Forsyth. 
. . . .Ed. Rigden. 
. . . . J. S. Norman. 


a 


Martin Thompson. 


. . . . W. E. Davis. 


a 


u 


.A. D. Tompkins. 


« 


. . . . J. M. Norman. 


* "' 




Tom Roux 




. H. S. Norman. 




... .J. B. Browning. 
.Carl Prevatt. 


u 


Ramsey & Spivey 


a 


E W Green 


m 


U 


T W. Hawkins. 


it 


. . . . W. R. Kersey. 
G. B. Johns. 


a 


Miss Lettis Stafford 


8 


.E. W. Shultz. 


a [[ 


\\ 


'. ...H. C. Sapp. 


" 


.D. S. Fitz. 


8 


D. N. Rowe. 


u 


Chas. Pettit. 


Irvine 


.J. R. Williams. 


8 


. . . .W. R. Strickland. 


" 


E. W. Bright. 


Island Grove 


-Fairbanks Estate. 


u 


J. M. Starling. 


8 


... .J. J. MeLeod. 


n 


.W. R. Brice. 


8 


Eli Griffis. 


u 


D. L. Phillips. 


" 


J. R. Williams. 


8 


E. S. Crawford. 


" 


.... Martin Taylor. 


" 


.J. G. Glass. 


" 


G. L. Futch.' 


u 


R. B. Strong. 


Knights 


.W. E. Wiggins. 


° 


. . . .Mary S. Sapp. 


" 


H. Taylor. 


" 


. M. J. Giddens. 


" 


J. M. Reddsih. 


" 


B. Poe. 


u 


.W. A. McLin. 


8 


C. L. Griffis. 


" 


E. H. Carter. 


" 


. D. E. Hawthorne. 


8 


. Tom Strong. 


8 


. . . .Geo. Anderson. 


" 


.J. J. Bradford. 


" 


H. D. Strickland. 


J 


M. D. Carter. 


" 


.W. P. Campbell. 


" 


S. T. Starling. 


a 


.... Melton Forsyth. 


" 


.A. W. Carlton. 


8 


L. H. Hill. 


" 


T. Morton. 


" 


.W. V. Millington. 


" 


. ...D. C. Hood. 


8 


. . . .R. M. Johnson. 


8 


.J. S. Lanier. 


* 


H. J. Hicks. 


" 


S. A. Williams. 


" 


.F. C. Liphard. 


8 


. . . .John Starling. 


8 


S. Cline. 


u 


.J. J. Blanton. 


" 


N. D. Davis. 


8 


.... Susie Strong. 




.J. T. Wiggins. 


u 




" 


. . . .Sam Norman. 


" 


.W. R. Martin. 


u 


... .J. D. McCormick. 


8 


....J. F. Lang. 


" 


.W. T. Watkins. 


8 


. . . .Sam Johns. 


" 


R. B. Strong. 




J W. Sanford 




A Swanbem 




.... W. M. Anderson. 
. . . .Jno. Frigo. 





.C. W. Mills. 


8 


. . . .Ed. Austin. 


« \] 


Kinsey 


.0. A. Albritton. 


8 




Leesburg 


0. L. Fussel. 


" 


.W. B. Roberts. 


u 


. . . .E. L. Carter. 


u 


. . . . J. Clayton. 


" 


.W. G. Roberts. 


" 


. . . .D. J. Boyett. 


" 


... .A. N. Stivenden. 


* 


.J. F. Skipper. 


8 


T. C. Williams. 


" 


. . . .Chase & Co. 




Riley Coker 




H. F. Redding. 

... .J. M. Norton. 




B. Covert. 

J. C. Lee. 


■ 


.J. H. Brown. 


« \\ 


[' 


8 


. W. A. Roberts. 


a 


... .J. J. Campbell. 


u 


.... Lee Bros. 




. L. D. Dupree. 


" 


. . . ,G. W. Norman. 


8 


.... Mrs. Hubner. 




Dock Farabee 




J. A. Tyler. 




. . . . H. G. Morrison. 
. . . . J. L. Stallings. 





.R. B. Gouse. 


« 


[\ 




Mrs. Varn. 




. . . . Jno. Challansin. 
. . . . J. J. Strong. 




. . . .A. H. Bourlay. 
CM. Love. 





. R. A. Roberts. 


8 


" \[ 




.A. M. Coker. 


8 


. . . .P. E. Tisdale. 


u 


. . . .A. N. Stivender. 


" 


.J. F. Kinsey. 


" 


J. W. Williams. 


u 


. . . .E. B. Peter. 




.J. D. Johnson. 




W. C. Green. 




. . . .Eclipse Orange Co. 
Fussell & Co. 


" 


.W. E. Wilder. 


" 


* ]' 


" 


.V. 0. Fussel. 


" 


... .A. Moore. 


" 


. . . .W. R. Mathews. 


Lake Charm 


. Maury King. 


u 


I. S. Miles. 


Limona. . 


Limona Citrus Ex. 




. J. Linehart 




Peter Tisdale. 
D. C. Wise. 


a 


... .J. J. Mendenhall. 
W. S. Graham. 





.J. H. Lee. 


" 


\\ 



199 



List of Industries — Continued. 



FRUIT AND VEGETABLE SHIPPERS— 

Continued, 
'lorida: 




. . . L. A. Grant. 


Limestone 


. . .Ed. Raulerson. 
. . .T. G. Albritton. 


" 


. . . W. W. Duncan. 


« 




" ... 


. . N. C. Piatt. 


::: 


. . H. G. Lane. 

. . Dr. C. L. Kline. 

. . .Ed. Scott. 


Live Oak. 


. . .S. A. Hinley. 
. . J. D. Garden. 


Lookhart. 


...W. J. Hillman. 
. . .G. H. Davis. 
. . . J. A. Ross. 
. . . W. A. Ball. 


Magdalene 
Manatee. . 


. . . . Magdalene Fruit Co. 
. . .A. J. Adams. 
. . .B. M. Alline. 


I : - : 


.. .J. H. Banhr. 
... J. W. Barney. 
. . C. C. Brooks. 
. . . A. H. Brown. 
. . .J. S. Butterfield. 
. . .J. R. Curry. 
...S. E. Curry. 
. . .S. S. Surry. 
. . .W. E. DriscoU. 
. . . Mrs. Filler. 


u 


. . . Dr. H Gates. 


" ... 


. . .R. C. Gates. 


" ... 


. . .E. F. Gates. 
. ... R. M. Glazier. 


■ ::: 


. ..S. F. Godbold. 
. . . J. M. Hughes. 
. . .E. B. Johnson. 


■ 


. . . H. R. Kenvon. 
. . . L. D. Lloyd. 
...C. P. Lloyd. 


a 


. .H. McGintv. 


u ... 


...C. H. & LB. Moore. 


« 


. .Miss F. Parker. 


" 


. . . S. F. Perkins. 


"u ■'■ 


. . Chas. Pettigrew. 
. . . J. W. Pettigrew. 
. . . F. R. Pillsbury. 


>< 


. . . J. W. Pettigrew. 


" ::: 


. . . J. B. Rogers. 
. . .M. G. Rushton. 
. . Mrs. J. W. Smith. 


« 


. . ,H. Tallant. 


" 


. . .A. Taplin. 


I '■■■ 


. . .W. R. Whittaker. 
. . . F. C. Whittaker. 


" 




u 




" 


. . . C. J. Earley. 


u " 


. . .C. B. Rutledge. 


Manavista 
Maxville. . 
Melrose. . 


. . .Atwood Grapefruit Co. 
. . . .J. Spencer & Co. 
.. .R. N. Tiltis. 
. . . W. E. Baker. 
. . .F. F. Jurkins. 


u 


.L. Price 


u 




M 




U 


. . . J. A. Robertson. 


: 


. . .R. F. Mathews. 
. . .J. M. Price. 
. . .E. B. Perry. 
. . .E. J. Whitehead. 
. .L. M. Pearsall. 


u 




a 




u 


.11 West 


" ... 


. ,.H. L. Wallace. 
. .L. W. Tenncll. 


U 




« 


. .T. L. Robinson. 
. . .Est. D. F. Maxwell. 



FRUIT AND VEGETABLE SHIPPERS- 
Continued. 
Florida: 

Melrose L. Baldwin tfc Son. 

O. C. Husband. 

" J. H. Acosta. 

. . .J. N. Cole. 
" John Smith. 

J. C. Kelly. 

J. M. Labat. 

" Orlando Johnson. 

Micanopv Barr & Watkins. 

R. M. Chamberlin. 

" J. J. Jones & Co. 

" Micanopy Packing Co. 

" L. Montgomery. 

Montclair Jas. Monroe. 

O. C. Fussel. 

F. C. W. Kramer. 

" ' J. T. Ebert. 

Morriston D. J. Scarborough. 

S. J. Mikil. 

Mulberry D. D. Drawdy. 

" Capt. J. Berson. 

H. N. Allen. 

A. N T . Fletcher. 

Oakland J. C. Robinson. 

S. B. Hull. 

B. R. Brilev. 

F. M. Smith. 

D. I. Pierson. 

R. C. Sligh. 

S. J. Briley. 

u Geo. Bowen. 

Geo. Tennant. 

E. C. Viek. 

W. T. Hickman. 

" Hoe Henschen. 

" A. Speer. 

F. F. Cross. 

Ona Will Stephens. 

" T. Stephens. 

" Ben Stephens. 

u Jim Tavlor. 

W. D. Payne. 

Mrs. Allen Gill. 

" Jack Dunkin. 

" A. Hendry. 

B. F. Roberts. 

" J. L. Sauls. 

" J. G. Durrance. 

G. W. Williams. 

" Geo. Williams. 

" D. J. Farabee. 

J. L. Whidden. 

R. L. Cowart. 

u Mike Cowart. 

" Jim Rainey. 

E. C. Altman. 

" L. E. Altman. 

" Tuck Cowart. 

" Joe Young. 

" Chas. Lee. 

" Chas. Altman. 

J. E. Futch. 

Thos. Carlton. 

" Mrs. Brown. 

" Thos. Durrance. 

" Bob Roberts. 

John Goff. 

Mrs. Robt. Roberts. 

M. G. Roberts. 

. . .S. Hull. 

u Aulie Roberts. 

" B. Hendry. 

" Chas. Roberts. 

" , W. E. Harris. 

u John Stephens. 

Oneco C. F. Cook. 

" W. A. Durrance. 

W. II. Edwards. 

Julia Howell. 

F. B. Rawls. 

" lohn Posy. 

Bachman & Webber. 

W. N. Cams. 

II l ! . Coe. 

W. F. Collier. 

W. B. Collins. 

\. F. Collins. 

W. P. Collins. 

C.C.Evans. 

. D. G. Graham. 
" J. Gilmore. 

Ilarrold Helm. 

" John llclin 

. .J. D. Howell. 
" J. Madison. 

I. W. Miller. 

Reaaoncr Bros. 

,c w. Richtet 

E. C. Saunders 

u 1 I Salmon 



FRUIT AND VEGETABLE SHIPPERS- 

Continued. 
Florida: 

Oneco.. Shelton & Burns. 

. R. B. Smallwood. 
. W. B. Thompson. 
. T. D. Thompson. 
. J. D. Thompson. 
. T. O. Thompson. 
. D. E. Walker. 
.Mrs. C. C. Wheeler. 

W. D. Wilson. 
. M. S. Wyatt. 
. Younglove Bros. 
.P. Bette. 
Orange Home . D. H. Baker. 

J. W. Mathews. 

John Lyals. 

Orlando W. R. Harney. 

.J. M. Alden. 

. G. Gammon. 

. F. M. Boardman. 

. C. A. Boone. 

.Jesse Bumbv. 

.F. B. Dale. 

. Mrs. M. B. Davis. 

J. L. Giles. 
.J. E. F. Haskins. 
. M. Keyes. 
.J. F. Maddox. 
.J. N. MeElrov. 
.A. J. Nye. 
,W. R. O'Neal. 
. W. C. Person. 
.Dr. P. Phillips. 
. C. C. Reichard. 
.E. H. & J. B. Walker. 
. T. P. Warlow. 
. H. R. & Lester Beeman. 
.J. W. Cain. 
. W. L. Palmer Estate. 
.11. A. Arnold. 
. Miss Helen Ensign. 
. Fannie Huxford. 

J. M. Cheney. 
. W. A. Dade." 
. Overstreet & Drew. 
.C. G. Lee. 
(Lock HartlL. L. Payne. 

.Wallace Thompson. 

.J. H. Viek. 

. Chas. Grannis. 

.J. C. Hull. 

.A. Y. Fuller. 

. R. M. Hammond. 

. Mrs. J. F. Hammond. 

.J. R. Irvine. 

. Graham. 

.T. F. Daniels. 

. Miss Fannie McCamey. 

.J. B. Wilson. 

. Pink & Co. 

. W. L. Dolive. 

.J. J. Patrick Est. 

.J. L. Johnson. 

. Ed. Bossv. 

.W. M. Mathison. 

.Mrs. W. M. Jacobs. 

. M. Meisterman. 

.C. F. MeQuigg. 

. Harper Bros. 

.C. J. Watkins. 

. H. C. Mathis. 

.B. B. Else. 

,E. Hand. 

. Mathers & Tucker. 

. Hugh Parkin. 

. Ben Biceix. 

.W. E. Smith. 

.Jeff Prescott. 

.Chase & Co. 

.S. J. Sligh. 

.Citrus Fruit Exchange. 

.E. J. Cox. 

.J. B. McGruder. 

. Brannon & Palmer. 

.A. G. Branham. 

. Meyers Grove. 

. Miss Helen Putnam. 

. Capt. Wilson. 

.A. J. Boclcins. 

.Pleasant Rice. 

.E. D. Sperry. 

w W, Laggerough. 
.L. Leby. 
. F. A. Eaton. 
.H. C. MeDaniels. 
.J. D. Bryant. 
. M. Lahrer. 
.Mrs. M. Stafford 
.J. G. Yates. 
. Jno. Murphy. 
. H. Sperry. 



200 



List of Industries — Continued. 



FRUIT AND VEGETABLE SHIPPERS 
Continued. 
Florida: 

Orlando Mrs..W. F. McGinnis. 

Otter Creok....I. W. Graham. 

" Otter Creek Vegotablo Co. 

A. F. Cushing. 

Oveido Lawton Bros. 

B. F. Wheeler. 

" W. H. Lester. 

P. H. Boston. 

W. H. Browning. 

Wm. Berkc. 

; J.A.Clark. 

J. B. Jones. 

L. T. Hunt. 

-H. B. McCall. 

; T. L. Mead. 

A. Nesson. 

A. H. Robie. 

H. L. Wesv. 

" W. J. Wilfingham. 

Mrs. H. Young. 

^ E. Y. Mallory. 

D. A. Denmark. 

Mrs. H. M. Jelks. 

Oxford J. H. Crenshaw. 

I. P. Rainey. 

J. Q. Reece. 

C. A. Hooka. 

* W. R. Haygood. 

O. L. Bogue. 

P. J. McGee. 

Palmetto F. C. Armstrong. 

Mrs. J. W. Alexander. 

■ ■ Bachman & Phillips. 

G. N. Brown. 

" R. H. Biggs. 

H. C. Clarkson. 

Clifton & Campbell. 

" M. C. Davis. 

" G. W. Dickie. 

H. Edwards. 

J.J.Haley. 

; P. L. Hardee. 

J. A. Howse. 

W. H. Harrison. 

M. P. Harrison. 

Mrs. J. W. Hendricks. 

; Mrs. A. Hull. 

C. G. Justice. 

Edw. Jones. 

G. E. Koons. 

J. A. Lamb. ' 

S. S. Lamb. 

Lamb di Co. 

A. M. Lamb. 

Manatee Fruit Co. 

A. O. McDougald. 

E.G. McLea. 

T. B. McRee. 

J. W. Nettles & Bro. 

" R. L. Nash. 

J. K. Parrish. 

A. B. Peterson. 

J. L. Pickens. 

" W. M. Rowlett. 

W. E. Robinson. 

I. E. Springstead. 

L. P. Thomas. 

F. D. Waite. 

J.W.Willis. 

" R. F. Willis. 

Thomas & Perry. 

Panasoffkee. . . W. A. King. 

W. L. Armour. 

J. L. Kirkpatrick. 

Eichelberger Bros. 

Mrs. McClellan. 

Parish Ben. Bryant. 

J. H. Bullard. 

J. M. Burnett. 

H. U. Downing. 

F. B. Gillette. 

G.C.Gillette. 

W.H.Gillette. 

J.F.Gillette. 

S. Y. Gillev. 

^ J. M. Hine's. 

W. H. Harrison. 

A. J. Kern. 

Lee & Edwards. 

F. D. Lowrey. 

E. Lindmeyer. 

C. P. Parrish. 

" u G. V. Parrish. 

John Parrish. 

J. J. Parrish. 

K. S. Parrish. 

A. R. Rich. 

G. I. Roberts. 

J. M. Rogers. 

John Rogers. 



FRUIT AND VEGETABLE SHIPPERS- 
Continued. 
Florida: 

Parish L. D. Rutledge. 

S. M. Rye. 

J. D. Saffold. 

JohnSafTold. 

I. A. Smith. 

J F. B. Turner. 

T. A. Williams. 

C. W. Williams. 

I. N. Youngblood. 

1.. Youngblood. 

Bailey Estate. 

T. S. Browning. 

Mrs. Bryant. 

u R. Hawkins. 

A.Hull. 

" M. J. Hines. 

R. L. Layne. 

J. B. Lamb. 

Lamb & Youngblood. 

Mills. 

G. F. Oak Knoll & Co. 

Chas. Powell. 

Rich Bros. 

" Rye Estate. 

Parker County Poor Farm. 

Pasadena L. R. Woods. 

W. A. LeHemp. 

A. E. Bailey. 

R. E. Muirhead. 

" John Fox. 

Peter Ethington. 

L. F. Stewart. 

W. A. Dormany. 

" W. Balyeat. 

C. F. Gardner. 

R. L. Batchelor. 

Dr. E. Butts. 

J. F. Revel. 

Pictola Island. R. D. Matthews 

Plant City A. W. Strange. 

J. N. Edmondson. 

E. J. Devane. 

Jas. Young. 

S.C.Wells. 

John Cafey. 

Joe Cafey. 

T. E. Lane. 

W.J. Branch. 

Branch Bros. 

W. C. Moore. 

Ed. Carney. 

A. D. Young. 

D. C. Kinora. 

Vf.W. Wells. 

" Mr. Booth. 

Jas. Y'ates. 

C. L. Wilder. 

Root Bros. 

A. L. Boone. 

" E.L.Willis. 

N. Flannagan. 

Joe Thomas. 

I. C. Coleman. 

Dan Robinson. 

Geo. Hamilton. 

Dan Morgan. 

Henry demons. 

B. F. Howell. 

Mrs. Hamilton. 

foe Morgan. 

W. H. Sistrunk. 

A. J. McCoy. 

J.C.Cain. 

Dr. Heathcock. 

Mays & Cain. 

J. W. Simmons. 

Thomas Bros. 

W. C. Lipscomb. 

* Daniels & Wiggins. 

Piatt A. A. Addish. 

J. O. Carr. 

J. F. Beasley. 

E. A. Pooser. 

W r . Jernigan. 

W. D. Piatt. 

" D. Mizell. 

Addison Estate. 

J. H. Hancock. 

Plymouth J. T. Chapman. 

" A. P. Fudge. 

E. M. Strong. 

J. D. Wilkins. 

" F. Daniel. 

Heininger Bros. 

S. A. Stewart. 

V. A. Stewart. 

W'ensiden Co. 

J. C. Stewart. 

W. A. Chapman. 

J.E.Merrill. 

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FRUIT AND VEGETABLE SHIPPERS- 
Continued. 
Florida: 

Plymouth C. W. Smith. 

Mies M P. Chapman. 

Mr. Steinmetz, 

" ....... Bcccham & Palmer. 

O. F McGco. 

C. If Young. 

. . .F. W. Bishop. 
.E. Holt. 

" II. C. Miller. 

" R. G. Barrineau. 

F. II. Davis 

I. W. Paul. 

A. M. Harris. 

" Waldo Reed. 

" B. E. Jones. 

u Mr. King. 

M. F. McDonald. 

I. B. Escott. 

" • C. A. Draws. 

E E, Cole 

E. S. Bailey. 

Mrs. M. O. Overstreet. 

J. A. Smith. 

" Mrs. E. E. McDonald. 

L. T. Clawson. 

" E. R. Monroe. 

Port Riehey. . .J. Mitchell. 

H. R. Nix. 

" M. Premer. 

W.C.Kyle. 

" J. F. Ingram. 

V.Clark. 

Miss R. Clark. 

Potter B. F. Bear. 

Mrs. C. O. Curry. 

" F.A.Curry. 

C. S. Curry. 

C. T. Curry. 

J. O. Courtoy. 

" W. L. Dunn." 

F. J- Hayden. 

" Dock Knight. 

Fred Knight. 

" ■ Lemon Bay Fruit Co. 

Mrs. M. E. Lowe. 

N. L. C. Moore. 

° A. Penny. 

A. F. Wrede. 

Sarasota Owen Burns. 

" Carlev Bros. 

" P. J. Carlton. 

J. B. Chaplain. 

J. M. Clarke. 

S. E. Clarke. 

" John Coker. 

L. H. Cunliff. 

W. J. Drumwright. 

" A. E. Gocio. 

J. S. Handcock. 

" Joe Heigh. 

CM. Howard. 

" Walter Mann. 

" J. E. Moore. 

I. A. Redd. 

H. J. Richards. 

Riggin Grove. 

u Sarasota- Venice Co. 

A. M. Wilson. 

So. Lake Weir.E. Schnitzler. 

u Connell Grove. 

M.C.Wilson. 

" L. Jones. 

....... McDonald & Martin. 

G. Boman. 

Lee Lvtle. 

Lake Weir Co. 

T. B. Snook. 

Geo. A. Miller. 

M. S. Carnahan. 

E. C. Albertson. 

Central Fruit Co. 

" Baker Grove. 

E. B. Peter. 

Sparr J. R. Kendig. 

Stamper Mrs. Matthews. 

Starke M. Clissen. 

M. Rhoden. 

Tom Wall. 

Fred Sapp. 

J. E. J. Wainwright. 

Jack Howe. 

Beezehart Bros. 

A. Brenkie. 

J. M. Norman. 

W. N. Norman. 

B. B. Hopsen. 

T. M. Williams. 

Felix Bryan. 

Felix Goodwine. 

Chas. Cummings. 



List of Industries — Continued. 



FRUIT AND 


VEGETABLE SHIPPERS— 


FRUIT AND 


VEGETABLE SHIPPERS— 




Continued. 




Continued. 


Florida: 




Florida: 




Starke 


. . Jas. Hornsby. 


Tavares. . . . 


,.G. M. Wakelin. 


» 




M 




■ 


. .John Uglow. 


. .Tavares Development Co. 


■ 


. .J. M. Truby. 


" 


. .S. W. Davis. 


" 


..C. S. Durling. 


Terra Ceia.. 


. E. R. Armstrong. 


" 


. .B. G. Mott. 


" 


. .C. S. Blood. 


« 


. .N. B. Hull. 


" 


. .J. S. Brand. 


■ 


. .L. D. Register. 


" .... 


. .J. H. Britt. 


8 


. . S. Bessent. 


" .... 


. .W. C. Clyatt. 


" 


. . J. M. Brownlee. 


u 


. .J. N. Cribb. 


" 


. .Geo. Cox. 


a 


. .J. W. Curtis. 


u 


. . Azel Cox. 


u 


. . Mrs. E. Dole. 


a 


. . Frank Morgan. 


u 


. .J. R. Fletcher. 


u 


. . A. G. Green. 


" 


. .0. A. Gates. 


u 


. . A. H. Green. 


" 


. . Howard & Kennedy. 


° 


. .J. H. Williams. 


u 


. .J. N. Tucker. 


■ 


. . Ned Williams. 


u .*■. . . 


. .A. D. Wright. 


- 


. . W. L. Newman. 


Tildenville. . 


. .C. H. Tilden. 


" 


. .Geo. Cone. 


" 


. .L. W. Tilden. 


a 


..J.J. Rigden. 


" 


. .L. F. Tilden. 


« 


. .Ben Dell. 


. 


. a. J. wiiiis. 


St. Catherii 


e.W. J. Fusaell. 


. .j. E. wiiiia. 


SummerfieU 


,. .Carney Investment Co. 


u 


. .H. A. Connell. 


Sunnyside. 


. .L. E. Dozier. 


u 


. . W. L. Story. 


u 


. .J. W. Lucius. , 


" 


..J. H.Sadler. 


u 


. . W. R. Pickering. 


" 


. .G. R. Croft. 


« 


. .B. F. Watts. 


Trapnell 


. . Da vane & Dorsey. 


" 


. - W. J. Patterson. 


" 


. .Steve McDonald. 


« 




u 




a 


. .E. B. Peter. 


u 


. . Marvin Hawkins. 


a 


..Dr. Erk. 


u 


. . D. Trapnell. 


" 


. . Mrs. J. O'Brien. 


u 


. J. H. Ward. 


u 


. .R. A. Stewart. 


Turkey Cree 


k .Ralph Mansell 


u 


. .Geo. R. Needham. 


8 


. .N. E. Moody. 


u 


. .Judge Gaines. 


Valrico 


. M. Fugazzi & Co. 


Sydney. . . . 


. .W. M. Hooker. 


8 


. .Dr. J. B. S. Holmes. 


" 


. . J. E. Hooker. 


u 


. . David Humbird. 


« 


. .Mrs. W. P. Hooker. 


u 


. . R. Ohme. 


" 


. . W. M. Morgan. 


. .W. H. Phipps. 




. . Dr. Davis. 


" 


. . H. Ramelow. 


u 


. .J. H. Drew. 


" 


. .W. J. Hollis. 


u 


. .B. M. Ewman. 


" 


. .P. Blanton. 


u 


. .R. D. Jones. 


" 


. .Mr. Whitman. 


" 




" 




« 


. .Mrs. J. Toland. 


- 


. . Mulrennen Estate. 


u 


. .Mrs. E. 0. Tanner. 


Victoria . . . . 


. .0. W. Connor. 


« 


. .Mrs. L. L. Taylor. 


u 


. .E. T. Ruas. 


" 


. .Pierce & Baker. 


u 


. .W. L. Russ. 


u 




H 




« 


. .J. A. O'Berry. 


. .W. E. Layton. 


" 




** 




« 


. .H. M. Seever. 


« 


. . Harris Grove. 


u 


. .Capt. B. Jackson. 


Venice 


. .Mrs. A. Higel. 


" 




" 




H 




u 




" 


. .L. K. Whidden. 


" 


. . W. K. Higel. 


" 


. .Arthur Cusaden. 


H 


. .Potter-Palmer Estate. 


" 


. .W. Wilder. 


" 


. .W. E. Stevens. 


" 


. .C. H. Hawes. 


West Apopk 


a.S. N. Prather. 


" 


. .Jas. Anderson. 


Whitney. . .. 


. .N. T. Robertson. 


" 


. .G. W. Thomas. 


u 


. . W. A. Westcott. 


" 


. .W. S. McCarty. 


u 


. .A. J. Robertson Jr. 


" 


. .W. L. Spitler. 


u 


. . Frank Robertson. 


" 


. . Bacarta Bros. 


« 




« 


Mrs. Cobb. 
. .J. N. Watroua. 


" 




« 


Wildwood. . 


..Monarch Orange Grove Co 


" 


. . Hall & Bigham. 


Wilhaton. . . 


. . W. J. Epperson. 


U 


. . I. S. Giddena. 


" 


. ,J. B. Epperson. 


" . . 


. .Eugene Holtsinger. 


" .... 


. .T. L. Hodson. 


H 


. . E. Cunningham. 


" 


. G. A. Morton. 


U 


. .E. H. Buffum. 


Wimauma . . 


. . H. Alderman. 


" 


. .J. R. Wilhelm. 


u 


. .F. M. Carlton. 


" 


. .J. R. Strickland. 


" 


. P. F. Carlton. 


" 


. .S. J. Sligh. 


" 


. .E. H. Hartley. 


" 


. . J. R. Fessenden. 

J. Linebaugh. 

Mrs. O. R. Moon. 
. .F. L. Wing. 


u 




U 


u 




u 


u 




■ 


" 


. .M. W. Lee. 


= 


Mr. Hardee. 
. .L. Robles. 


v 


. .B. Swilley. 


* 


- 


. .Jack Young. 


N 


. .Thoa. Palmer. 


Winter Gard 


cnH. Bakemeyer. 


u 


. .Dr. Neve. 


" 


. .G. T. Smith. 


u 


, . Gay Grove. 


" 


. .C. G. Willis. 


" 


. .Corcoran Bros. 

. . Provident Fruit Co. 


u 


. .Mrs. C. E. Wise. 


" 


« 


. .A. H. Hurley. 


" 


G. W.Judy &Co. 


" 


. .W. P. Vining. 


" 


. .J. H. Preston & Co. 


" 


. .Chas. E. Bick. 


u 


. . H. T. Montgomery & Co. 


" 


. .J. S. O'berry. 


" 


. . Florida Citrus Exchange. 


u 


. . R. P. Reaves. 


" 


. . D. F. Kerr Co. 


u 


. .J. B. Robertson. 


" 


. .Crenshaw Bros. & SafFold. 


u 


. .J. S. Thornton. 


Tarpon Spg 


s . -W. Hargis. 


" 


. .W. A. Dann. 




. J. T. Hill. 




Geo. Dodd. 


■ 


. . L. F. Ferguson. 


u 


. .R. R. Roper. 


" 


..G.J. Thompson. 


" 


. .D. C. Gaddy. 


8 


. .W. R. Meares. 


8 


. .A. C. Rollins. 


■ 


. . J. R. Jacks. 

W. W. Simmons. 
. .J. M. Beauvais, 


" 




« 


H 




Tavares . . . 


■ 


. .C. C. Crawford. 




. .Geo. Butler. 


8 


. .J. H. Keller. 



FRUIT AND VEGETABLE SHIPPERS— 

Continued. 
Florida: 

Winter GardenJ. H. Hamiter. 
" L. K. Reams. 

* J. A. Bronson. 

■ Ed. Sessions. 

R. L. Byrd. 

" Fowler Bros. 

u T. W. Jackson. 

C. Peter. 

" J. H. Gregory. 

T. R. Fowler. 

G. W. Oliver. 

J. L. Dillard. 

J. F. Bray. 

G. B. W. Bray. 

W. L. Story. 

G. R. Croft. 

" J. C. Brockman. 

Mrs. J. C. Tanner. 

" J. N. Joiner. 

" L. D. Jones. 

B. H. Roper. 

E. D. Roper. 

S. P. Shepard. 

E. N. Smith. 

" Geo. Schwantke. 

u F. H. Davis. 

" A. B. Newton. 

" A. E. Jones. 

* J. H. Cooper. 

" H. Bekmeyer. 

B. T. Boyd. 

" M. B. Reaves. 

u J. A. Reaves. 

R. L. Reaves. 

Winter Park..C. H. Morse. 

W. M. Schultz. 

C. H. Watkins. 

H. A. Ward. 

W. C. Comstock. 

" Jno. J. Albert-son. 

H. Granis. 

E. H. Brewer. 

Dr. C. E. Coffin. 

R. D. McDonald. 

J. F. Adams. 

W. C. Temple. 

S.J. Sligh. 

" Bowen Grove. 

Zellwood Geo. H. Rice. 

Mrs. G. H. Wood. 

° Geo. Baumgartner. 

Geo. D welly. 

Mrs. W. H. Earle. 

" Jack Johnson. 

E. W. Chamberlain. 

Robt. W. Hunt. 

" Prince Williama. 

John Terrell. 

* John Coulter. 

■ Frank Howard. 

CD. Burnett. 

■ Preston Barnett. 

Ed. W. Bonynge. 

J. B. Briggs. 

u Jno. Goloaenic. 

" Henry Schopke. 

" Jas. Laughlin, Jr. 

" H. P. Burgwin. 

W. D. Barnett. 

O. W. Sadler. 

J. W. Paul. 

C. W. Rose. 

u A. Timmerman. 

Zephyrhills J. M. Kersey. 

" A. B. Geiger. 

" Ben Turner. 

" Mr. Harreaon. 

Georgia: 

Albany Johnson Brown & Co. 

" Shackleford, Brown & Co. 

The Brokers Co. 

" Georgia Commission Co. 

Athens Athens Produce Co. 

Baugh Produce Co. 

Columbus E. M. Averett. 

" Columbus Produce Co. 

E. L. Stanley. 

" Dan Joseph Co. 

Elberton Nick Lalois & Duke Charlott 

Meinhard Paul Keller. 

S. P. Harrison. 

Hubert Keller. 

" Frank Helmly. 

Jas. A. Zipperer. 

R. G. Helmly. 

" Hester Bros. 

Keller Oliver. 

J. E. Mercer. 

H. S. Zipperer. 



202 



List of Industries — Continued. 



FRUIT AND VEGETABLE SHIPPERS— 

Continued. 
Georgia: 

Meinhard. . . .Sam Zettler. 

" Clevie Zipperer. 

Monteith W. W. Keller. 

Riceboro J. H. Amason. 

J. P. Henry. 

" Lewis Blue. 

Richland N. C. Olston. 

Mrs. W. A. Bridger. 

Savannah Tietjen Co. 

Jos. Hull & Co. 

J. S. Sims. 

North Carolina: 

Abbottsburg. . S. A. L. Johnson. 

Clark McAutay Co. 

J. W. C. Ballentine. 

L. Cashwell. 

P. H. Hobbs. 

Bladenboro.. .Dillon Butler. 

H. C. Bridger, Jr. 

Cameron C. H. Lergue. 

Cary T. Ivory. 

Cognac F. T. Gates. (1) 

(1) P. O. Hoffman, N. C. 

Crockett Crockett & Nathan. 

Durham Chandler Produce Co. 

* Droughan & Ferrell. 

Kittrell Continental Plant Co. 

Laurinburg. . .McLean & Gibson. 
Lemon Spgs. .W. W. Hall. 

W. Caldwell. 

W. R. Thomas. 

Manson E. L. Fleming. 

" M. V. Fleming. 

Pine Bluff V. A. Springford. 

Vass A. Cameron. 

" J. A. Leslie. 

W. C. Leslie. 

Wilmington.. .Carolina Produce Co. 

J. S. Funches & Co. 

■ Northern Fruit Co. 

" Wilmington Fruit Exchange. 

South Carolina: 

Denmark The Mayfield Plantations. 

Estill M. H. O'Neal. 

R. T. Causey. 

Estill Trading Co. 

" Clarke & Wyman. 

" E. A. Zeigler. 

T. L. Cave. 

T. M. Rhodes. 

W. C. Johnston. 

Fairfax C. H. Sanders. 

S. B. Folley. 

■ L. Younans. 

J. J. Gray. 

Ulmers J. F. Weekley. 

J. P. Wilkinson. 

W. H. Wilkinson. 

J. O. Griffin. 

Virginia : 

Franklin Thos. P. White. 

Norfolk Fruit Supply Co. 

" Messengill & Hough. 

L. J. Upton & Co. 

" Frederick Valentine. 

" Williams Bros. 

* Geo. W. Daws. 

Petersburg... .Petersburg Fruit House. 

* Harwell Brothers. 

Portsmouth.. .Nichols & White. 

F. Russo. 

Richmond . . . . H. D. Howard & Co. 

Roy Tuck. 

G. C. Unger & Co. 

Gilbert C. Unger. 

* California Fruit Growers Ex. 

* Fruit Dispatch Co. 

Griffin & Smither. 

Suffolk W. S. Cross & Co. 

* Fitzgerald & Brothers. 

FURNACES. 
Alabama: 

Bessemer Tenn. Coal, Iron & R.R. Co. 

Birmingham. .Alabama Co. (1) 

Gulf States Steel Co. (2) 

" Republic Iron & Steel Co. (3) 

" Tenn. Coal, Iron & Ry 

Co. (4) 

Sloss Sheffield Steel & Iron 

Co. (5) 

(1) Furnaces at Ironaton and Gadsden, Ala. 

(2) Furnaces at Gadsden and Trussville. 

(3) Furnace at Thomas, Ala. 

(4) Furnaces at Birmingham, Bessemer, 
Ensley and Oxmoor. 

(5) Furnaces at Birmingham, N. Birming- 
ham, Florence and Sheffield. 



FURNACES— Continued. 
Alabama: 

Ensley Tenn. Coal, Iron & R.R. Co. 

Woodward. . . . Woodward Iron Co. 

North Carolina: 

Raleigh J. H. Gill. 

Rockingham .. Rock. Foundry & Mach. Co. 

FURNITURE FACTORIES. 

Florida: 

Bartow Angle Furniture Co. 

Gainesville. .. .Gainesville Furniture Co. 

Inverness J. L. Trotter. 

Jacksonville. . .Chadwick Furniture Co. 

" Cable Piano Co. 

u Florida Furniture Co. 

" Florida Chair Co. 

u Hart Furniture Co. 

" Harper Piano Co. 

" Jacksonville Furniture Co. 

" Jax Furniture Co. 

Luden Bates Co. 

" Ponder-Drennan Co. 

Rhodes Futch Collins. 

" Sou. Fixture & Supply Co. 

" Star Piano Co. 

Live Oak H. L. Burnett. 

Monticello. . . . Monticello Furniture Co. 
Mulberry H. H. Furniture Co. 

u Mulberry Furniture Co. 

Ocala Theus. Zachry Co. 

Tampa Angle Furniture Co. 

u Burns Co. 

" Chicago Furniture House. 

u B. L. Cumming & Co. 

" Florida Furniture Co. 

" Gulf Furniture Co. 

" Hodge & Shannon. 

" Jones & McLaughlin. 

" Jay & Company. 

" P. P. Lastinger. 

" Rhode Pearce. 

" Mahoney Co. 

■ Steed, S. P. 

" Tampa Furniture Co. 

Georgia: 

Atlanta Atlanta Table Co. 

" Atlanta Furniture Mfg. Co. 

" Burnett & Klapper Furn. Co. 

Niall Herrin Co. 

* Southern Furniture Co. 

* Capital City Furniture Co. 

Crown Mfg. Co. 

Columbus National Show Case Co. 

" Columbus Show Case Co. 

" Georgia Show Case Co. 

" Cooper Lumber Co. 

North Carolina: 

Lincolnton. . . . The Jones Fixture Co. 

" Lincolnton Furniture Mfg. 

Co. 

Oxford International Furniture Co. 

Raleigh Antique Furniture Co. 

Sanford Sanford Mfg. Co. 

* Fitts Crabtree Mfg. Co. 

South Carolina: 

Columbus Columbus Chair Co. 

Virginia : 

Portsmouth.. .Old Dominion Table Works. 

Steele Table Works. 

Richmond.. . .Amer. Furn. & Fixture Co. 

" Toler & Son. 

' James River Furniture Co. 

" Richmond Woodworking Co. 

GROCERS, WHOLESALE. 
Alabama: 

Bessemer Bessemer Grocery Co. 

* Romano Grocery & Fruit Co. 

J. R. Waldrop & Co. 

Birmingham. .Alabama Grocery Co. 

* Beck Candy & Grocery Co. 

Collins & Co. 

* Franklin, Stiles & Franklin. 

" Hood Grocery Co. 

G. W. Hobson & Sons. 

■ Geo. Joseph. 

* McLester-Van Hoose Co. 

* F. F. Norton & Son. 

* B. F. Roden Grocery Co. 

■ Tavlor-Wheeler Grocery Co. 

" Tyler Grocery Co. 

V. W. Wood & Co. 

Ensley Bessemer Grocery Co. 

C, T. Crooks & Co. 

■ Rouss & Maeaza Grocery Co. 

Montgomery. . Belser Grocery Co. 

Greil Bros. Co. 



GROCERS, WHOLESALE —Continued. 
Alabama: 

Montgomery. .H. M. Hobbie Grocery Co. 

" Hudson & Thompson. 

Lobman, Moog & Co. 

Montgomery Candy Co. 

Schloss & Kahn. 

Seligrnan & Marx. 

* Winter-Loeb Grocery Co. 

Florida: 

Bartow. ...... H. O. Pearce. 

H. L. Wear. 

" Leon Webb. 

Callahan Merch. Grocery Co. 

u Callahan Grocery Co. 

Fernandina. . . Kelly Bros. Co. 
Gainesville.. . .Gainesville Grocery Co. 

The Hartsfield Grocery Co. 

" Andrews Co. 

Hampton Haynes Grocery Co. 

Jacksonville.. .Atlantic & Gulf Grocery Co. 

" Baker & Holmes Co. 

* C. W. Bartleson Co. 

Carson Naval Stores Co. 

■ Church, Anderson & Co. 

" Consolidated Grocery Co. 

F. M. Dowling & Co. 

Flynn-Harris-Bullard Co. 

TheC. E. GulierCo. 

" W. B. Johnson Co. 

' Liberty Grocery Co. 

C. B. Mallard. 

* Marx Brothers. 

" Merchants Grocery Co. 

McNerney Grocery Co. 

Peninsular Naval Stores Co. 

* The Permenter Co. 

Porter-Mallard Co. 

■ Lewis K. Riley. 

" Rosser & Fitch. 

" Schwartzchild & Sulzberger. 

" Smith & Richardson Co. 

* Southern Grocery Co. 

Stringfellow & Doty Co. 

" Tyler Grocery Co, 

" United Grocery Co. 

' Van Deman & Lewis Co. 

* The Wright Grocery Co. 

* Vinzant & Co. 

C. W. Zaring & Co. 

Lacoochee.. . .Columbia Grocery Co. 
Lake City. . . .Columbia Grocery Co. 

" Lake City Grocery Co. 

Leesburg J. H. Williams & Son. 

A. L. Miller. 

Live Oak Middle Florida Grocery Co. 

C. W. Rogers Co. 

Ocala Jake Brown. 

* Ocala Grocery Co. 

Orlando P. F. Lauback. 

" Dickson & Ives. 

Quincy Julian Howard. 

G. W. McGown Co. 

Love & Hearin. 



Tallahassee. 
Tampa 



.E. B. Shelter. 

.Capital City Grocery Co. 

.J. Q. Brantley. 

. Consolidated Grocery Co. 

. Flynn-Harris-Bullard Co. 

. Lucas Brothers. 

. MacDonell Grocery Co. 

. Miller-Jackson Grain Co. 

.E. E. Freeman. 

.Ennis & Hodgins. 

. Stalnauer & Bros. 

.Chas. H. Moorhouse. 

.O'Berry & Hall Co. 

.Peninsular Naval Stores Co. 

.Perkins, Sharpe & Co. 

. Pittman Grocery Co. 

. Snow & Bryan. 

.Spencer Brothers. 

.C. B. Witt Co. 



Georgia: 

Albany Albany Grocery Co. 

" Albany Produce Co. 

" Americus Grocery Co. 

" J. E. Holmes. 

■ Miller Grocery Co. 

■ _ Tift & Peed Grocery Co. 

Americus Americus Grocery Co. 

" Glover Grocery Co. 

* Moreland-Jones Co. 

u Brown Grocerv Co. 

Athens The Webb & Cranford Co. 

" Calloway Grocery Co. 

* George H. Hulme. 

* Talmadge Brothers & Co. 

Atlanta E. L. Adams Co. 

* J. J. Barnes-Fain Co. 

* Frank E. Block Co. 



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GROCERS, WHOLESALE— Continued. 
Georgia: 

Atlanta Branan Brothers. 

Browder-Manget Groc. Co. 

R. C. Cassels &. Co. 

lacob Chomsky & Co. 

Clein Bros. & D. Hirsch. 

R. W. Davis & Co. 

Fain & Stamps. 

Franklin Grocery Co. 

Goldstein, Ableman & Fin- 

kelstein Grocery Co. 

Hightower, Mailman & Co. 

J. N. Hirsch. 

Kelley Brothers Co. 

E. Lichtenatein. 

Cone M. Maddox Co. 

Marett Grocery Co. 

McCord-Stewart Co. 

Oglesby Grocery Co. 

Owenby-Wofford Co. 

Shewmake & Murphy. 

H. L. Singer Co. 

Walker Bros. Co. 

A. McD. Wilson Co. 

Zimmerman & Brodie. 

Cartersville. . . Cartersville Grocery Co. 

u Flemister Grocery Co. 

Cedartown. . . . Hollo way, Smith Co. 
Columbus Ben T. Brooks Co. 

Columbus Grocery Co. 

Deaton Grocery Co. 

Dimon Grocery Co. 

Est. of R. Deignan. 

Hatcher Grocery Co. 

M. W. Kelly Co. 

Sol. Loeb Co. 

Purvis Grocery Co. 

Pou Bros. Co. 

J. B. Key & Co. 

Dudlev Jenkins Grocery Co. 

J. T. Whatlev Co. 

J. B. Tarver. 

Hecht Bros. Co. 

" Hendricks Grocery Co. 

Cordele . Cordele Grocery Co. 

■ Heard Grocery Co, 

The Parker-Willis Co. 

" People's Grocery Co. 

M. A. Pridgen & Co. 

Ryals-Baker Co. 

Dawson Dawson Consol. Groc. Co. 

" Southern Grocery Co. 

Elberton Copeland Grocery Co. 

" Thornton Grocery Co. 

Fitzgerald. . . .Consolidated Grocery Co. 

" Isler Grocery Co. 

Dodd Supply Co. 

8 Davis Brothers. 

" Stovall-Jones Co. 

Helena J. K. Stallings. 

McRae McRae Grocery Co. 

Richland Richland Grocery Co. 

Savannah Carson Naval Stores Co. 

" Consol. Naval Stores Co. 

■ Dixon Lumber Co. 

■ Ehrlich Bros. Grocery Co. 

" M. Ferst's Sons & Co. 

• Flvnn-Harris-Bullard Co. 

J. E. Grady & Sons. 

• Greenwood & Co. 

A. Leffler Co. 

• Lichtenatein & Hirsch. 

" Jonas Mendel. 

• Producers' Naval Stores Co. 

• Seaport Grocery Co. 

• A. P. Solomon, Jr., & Co. 

Solomon Rheftall & Bro. 

• Geo. W. TiedemaD. 

• H. Traub & Son. 

■ R. B. Young Co- 

Vidalla Vidalia Grocery Co. 

North Carolina: 

Aberdeen Aberdeen Whale. Groc. Co. 

Charlotte Chas. Moody Co. 

R. H. Field & Co. 

■ W. I. Henderson Groc. Co. 

" Kuester-Lowe Co. 

H. G. Link. 

" M. C. Mayer Grocery Co. 

' Chas. K. Messick Co. 

■ Morrow Grocery Co. 

Durham A. J. Draughan & Co. 

W. A. Hewitt. 

J. Sid Perry. 

" Southern Feed & Groc. Co. 

■ Thomas & Howard Co. 

B. L. Tyree Co. 

Hamlet Hamlet Grocery Co. 

" ...... .Hamlet Commission Co. 

Henderson.. . .Henderson Grocery Co. 

" The Southern Grocery Co. 



GROCERS, WHOLESALE— Continued: 
North Carolina: 

Laurinburg. . .Hammond Company, Inc. 

Littleton Littleton Feed & Groc. Co. 

Louisburg P. A. Reavis Co. 

Lumberton... .Whitfield & French. 

Monroe Heath-Moi row Co. 

" The Henderson-Snyder Co. 

Oxford J. F. White Co. 

" D. Cam Hunt 

J. J. Medford. 

Raleigh J. G. Ball Co. 

Dewar & Wilder. 

■ Dunn Brothers. 

* George Marsh Co. 

° Capital Feed & Grocery Co. 

Rockingham .. Baldwin Grocery Co. 

Sanford San ford Grocery Co. 

u Monges & Hatch Co. 

Shelby A. Blanton Grocery Co. 

J. S. Martin & Co. 

Wadesboro. .. .Parsons & Hardison. 

" Bennett-Allen Co. 

Weldon Weldon Grocery Co. 

Wilmington.. .Samuel Bear, Sr., & Sons. 

E. Boushee. 

J. W. Brooks. 

Brown-Toon Co. 

W. B. Cooper Co. 

Corbett Co. 

D. L. Gore'Co. 

Hall & Pearsall, Inc. 

F. E. Hashagen Co. 

Heyer Brothers. 

McNair & Pearsall. 

S. P. McNair Co. 

Pearsall & Co. 

.. . .-. . .J. C. Stevenson Co. 

The Stone Co. 

J. A. Tavlor. 

H. L. Vollers. 

Joseph H. Watters. 

The Worth Co. 

South Carolina: 

Abbeville J. S. Bowie Co. 

Camden Camden Wholesale Grocery 

" J. Sheeheen & Brother. 

Cheraw J. M. Long. 

" Cheraw Whale. Grocery Co. 

" Murchison Whsle. Groc. Co. 

M. W. Duvall. 

Chester Lathan Grocery Co. 

MofTatt Grocery Co. 

Clinton Milling Grocery Co. 

Columbia T. B. Autry & Co. 

H. G. Wells Co. 

u Merchants Whsle. Groc. Co. 

W. T. Martin & Sons. 

H. G. Werts & Co. 

R. L. Shull. 

J. B. Friday & Co. 

* Montgomery Grocery Co. 

E. A. Bcall Co. 

' Columbia Grain & Prod. Co. 

■ Lorick & Lawrence. 

* W. T. Martin & Sons. 

T. B. Roach & Co. 

Thomas & Howard. 

HP. G. Werts Co. 

Greenville R. E. Allen & Bro. Co., Inc. 

" Crescent Grocery Co. 

" Lipscomb-Russell Co. 

C. P. Simmins Co. 

Greenwood... ,C. W. Garrett Co. 

" Greenwood Grocery Co. 

" Durst Andrews Co. 

Virginia: 

Franklin Campbell Grocery Co. 

Norfolk G. & R. Barrett, Inc. 

* Bass & Doughtry Co. 

■ ....... A. Brinkley & Co. 

* . ... .Cowper Co. 

W. J. Dil worth Co. 

The Four Co. 

* Kelly & Borum. 

■ Lewis-Hubbard-Slack Co. 

J. W. Pedin & Co. 

* Sawyer-Stevcns-Cowper Co . 

Southern Distributing Co. 

" Virginia Grocery Co. 

Robert P. Voight Co, 

E. L. Woodward & Co. 

Petersburg C. C. Alley. 

" Binford Grocery Co. 

E. J. Collins. 

D' Alton & Co. 

Gill Bros. Co. 

John A. Gill & Co. 

* .H. P. Harrison Co. 

■ Roper & Co., Inc. 

F. P. Thweatt. 



GROCERS, WHOLESALE— Continued. 
Virginia: 

Portsmouth.. .T. L. Cleaton. 
A. C. Friedlin. 

* Jacobson Bros. 

" Kass & Lee Co. 

W. & J. Parker. 

Richmond.. . . C. W. Antrim & Sons. 

W. C. Boyd &Co. 

' Charles E. Brauer & Co. 

Christian & Winfree Co. 

* Charles Davenport & Co. 

Thomas P. Deitrick & Co. 

' Fleming & Christian Co. 

Gathright-Chiles Co. 

* E. W. Gates & Son Co. 

" Grocers' Supply Co. 

" Neighborhood Store, Inc. 

Herbert F. Waldrop. 

" Harrelson & Co. 

W. H. Harris Grocery Co. 

* Harvey, Blair & Co. 

W. M. Parrish. 

" E. A. Saunders' Sons Co. 

" Spence-Nunnamaker Co. 

* Stokes-Grvmes Grocery Co. 

Suffolk W. B. Ferguson & Co. 

* ..' Nansemond Grocery Co. 

■ B. L. Saunders & Co 

HARDWARE, WHOLESALE. 
Alabama: 

Birmingham. .Young & Vann Supply Co. 

Crane Co. 

" Wimberlv Thomas Hdwe. 

Co. 

* Moore-Handley Hdwe. Co. 

Montgomery.. G. W. Barnett Hdwe. Co. 

" Loeb Hardware Co. 

" Teague Hardware Co. 

" Tullis Hardware Co. 

Florida: 

Alachua W. T. Roberts. 

Bartow T. P. Carpenter. 

Bradley Jet. . . R. S. Entzninger. 
Fernandina . . . D. A. Kelly Co. 
Gainesville. ... Baird Hardware Co. 

u Gainesville Hardware Co. 

Jacksonville. . .H. T. Armington & Son. 

" Bond & Bours Co. 

" Florida Hardware Co. 

" Georgia Supply Co. 

S. B.Hubberd & Co. 

" Jacksonville Hardware Co. 

" Jax Hardware Co. 

" Towers Hardware Co. 

Lake City. . . . J. E. Young. 

Live Oak Suwanee Hardware Co. 

Madison Leslie Gubley Hdwe. Co. 

Ocala Marion Hardware Co. 

" Knight & Long. 

Orlando J. Bumbey Hardware Co. 

Plant City Causey, J. L. 

Wells & Sons. 

Quincy Bell & Bates Hdwe. Co. 

" Ball Hardware Co. 

Tallahassee.. . Yeager-Bethcl Hdwe. Co. 
Tampa Knight & Wall. 

" Tampa Hardware Co. 

" Hillsboro Hardware Co. 

Georgia: 

Albany Watt Sapp Hardware Co. 

Americus Sheffield Huniiugton Co, 

J. W. Harris. 

AtheDS Athens Hardware Co. 

k Fleming Deering Co. 

" Bondurant Hardware Co. 

* Talmadgc Hardware Co. 

Atlanta J. M. Alexander Co. 

Beck & Gregg Hdwe. Co. 

' Crumley Sharpe Hdwe. Co. 

" Dinkins Davidson Hdwe. Co. 

" Hightmver Hardware Co. 

" King Hdwe. Co. 

* Kirkpalrick Hdwe. Co. 

Columbus Bush Phillips Hdwe. Co. 

Wm. Beach Hardware Co. 

C. P. Bush Hardware Co. 

" Methvin Hardware Co. 

Dawson Dawson Hardware Co. 

Elberton Hawes-Owsley Hdwe. Co. 

Helena Folsom & Tillman. 

Richland Carter Trading Co. 

Savannah Bock & Gregg Hdwe. Co. 

■ Semmes Hdwe. Co. 

J. D. Weed & Co. 

■ Edward Lovell's Sons. 

North Carolina: 

Apex Watkius-Seymour Co. 

Charlotte Charlotte Hdwe. Co. 

" Smith Wadsworth Hdwe. Co 



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HARDWARE, WHOLESALE— -Continued. 
North Carolina: 

Charlotte Southern Hdwe. Co. 

Henderson M. J. O'Neal. 

" Watkins Hardware Co. 

Maxton J. W. Carter 

Raleigh .Thomas H. Brings & Sons. 

L. W. Bowden. 

Hart-Ward Hdwe. Co. 

" Carolina Hardware Co. 

Rockingham. . Everett Hardware Co. 
Wilmington.. .Jacobi Hardware Co. 

u J. W. Murchison & Co. 

South Carolina: 

Camden Malone-Pearie. 

" Edwards Co. 

Chester Chester Hardware Co. 

Columbia Loriek & Lowrance. 

Ruff Hardware Co. 

" Henderson-Suydam Co. 

" Rhea-Jackson Co. 

Virginia : 

Franklin W. T. Pace. 

" G. H. Steinhardt & Co. 

Norfolk Wattera & Martin. 

" White Hardware Co., Inc. 

Petersburg... . Chas. Leonard Hdwe. Co. 
Portsmouth. . . S. Greenberg. 

" Hawks- Maupin Co. 

J. H. Neville. 

' N. F. Richardson. 

M. Soloman. 

■ S. Soloman. 

Richmond. . . .James McGraw. 

" Watkins Cottrell Co. 

W. S. Downes Hdwe. Co. 

W. S. Donnan. 

Suffolk R. Lyman Bros. Hdwe. Co. 

* Thomas Hardware Co. 

HARNESS AND SADDLE FACTORIES. 
Alabama: 

Birmingham. .J. E. Earheart. 

" Wm. Reckling. 

J. D. Shearer. 

Montgomery. .Loeb Hardware Co. 
Florida: 

Tampa Hobbs & Knight. 

" Tampa Harness & Wagon Co. 

a Tampa Harness Co. 

Georgia: 

Athens Griffin Implement Co. 

Atlanta W. B. Engseser. 

" Goldins Harness Factory. 

" Piedmont Harness Co. 

Cartersville. . . Manly Bros. 
Savannah L. Frank. 

North Carolina: 

Laurinburg. . . J.R.Britt's Harness Factory. 

Oxford Pete Bullock's Harness Fcty. 

Raleigh C. B. Ray Harness Co. 

* Barber & Towler. 

Peachland. . . .Thomas Bros. Harness Fcty. 

Polkton J. C. Goodwin & Sons. 

Wilmington. . . L. A. Bilbro. 

South Carolina: 

Columbia Wilse W. Martin. 

Virginia : 

Franklin Electric Shoe and Ham. Co. 

Norfolk Butt & Wall. 

" City Harness & Supply Co. 

* Albert L. Havnes. 

* Garland E. Tignor & Co. 

Portsmouth.. . E. P. Lindsay & Co. 
Richmond. . . .Chas. A. Brothers. 

" American Lace Leather Co. 

" Bowen, Vaden & Utz Impe- 
rial Harness Co., Inc. 

D. A. Brown Son. 

Cottrell Saddlerv Co. 

* Benj. T. Crump Co., Inc. 

* Joseph C. Dickerson. 

* Jno. L. Fink. 

■ Geo. A. Goode. 

' Hoenniger-Sizemore Co., Inc. 

* Imperial Harness Co. 

u Jeter, Thos. L. 

Richmond Harness Co. 

" Schultz Bros. 

Sullv Edward T. 

Swift, Luther R. 

Taylor, Chas. E. 

Suffolk American Harness Co. 

HAY, GRAIN, FLOUR AND FEED 

DEALERS. 
Alabama: 

Bessemer J. C. Curry & Co. 

Birmingham. . Birmingham Grain Co. 



HAY, GRAIN, FLOUR AND FEED 
DEALERS— Continued. 
Alabama : 

Birmingham. .Chairscll Grain & Feed Co. 

W. C. Hill. 

- Miller Grain & Com. Co. 

* J. F. Riley. 

* Smith Bros. & Co. 

* Western Grain Co. 

Wood & Crabbe Grain Co. 

Tenn. Mills & Feed Co. 

Alabama Mill & Elevator Co. 

" Birmingham Comm'sion Co. 

C. A. Allen & Co. (Broker). 

■ Iron City Grain Co. 

Fulton B. Clark. 

W. N. Cosby Hay & Grain 

Co. 

■ Chas. A Jones. 

Ensley Rouss & Maenza. 

C. T. Crooks & Co. 

" Bessemer Grocery Co. 

Hurtsboro .... Farmers Supply Co. 
Montgomery.. Belser Grocery Co. 

" Greil Bros. Co. 

" H. M. Hobbie Grocery Co. 

" Hudson & Thompson. 

° Schloss & Kahn. 

" Winter-Loeb Grocery Co. 

Florida: 

Apopka S. W. Eldridge. 

Bushnell Glendale Farm & Real Es- 
tate Co. 

Callahan O. O. Mekler. 

" W. A. Johnston. 

■ Callahan Grocery Co. 

■ Merchants Grocery Co. 

Ellzey Ellzey Naval Stores Co. 

Fort Pierce. . .Ft. Pierce Feed & Grain Co. 
Fernandina.. .Kelly Co. 

Hampton A. A. Durden. 

" Hampton Furn. & Hdwe. Co. 

* J. V. Jones. 

Inverness Turner Bros. 

J. B. Smith. 

G. B. Chappell. 

" Thompson & Savary. 

Island Grove. .Boice & Son. 

D. O. Howard. 

Jacksonville. . .Permenter Co. 

" Consolidated Groc. Co. 

u Rosser & Fitch. 

" Tyler Grocery Co. 

" United Grocery Co. 

" Vandeman & Lewis. 

C. W. Zaring & Co. 

Gulf Grain Co. 

Lake City S. C. Cole. 

" Lake City Grocery Co. 

C. W. Rogers Co. 

Middle Fla. Grocery Co, 

* Worth Stephens Co. 

E. J. Blume. 

C. E. Haile. 

Largo Jackson & Turner. 

Live Oak Jackson & Turner. 

McClenny... .R. Powers. 

" S. R. Rhodes. 

Madison J. E. Hardee Co. 

■ Smith Merc. Co. 

M. A. Williams & Co. 

" J. K. Bunting. 

Maxville J. Speer. 

Monticello . . . -A. Simon & Bros. 

* A. B. Shuman. 

" R. L. Sherman. 

D. H. Mays. 

Mulberry Prairie Trading Co. 

Ocala Jake Brown. 

" Case Grocery Co. 

" John Dozier Co. 

H. B. Mostrise Co. 

Plant City J. K. Hollsbury & Son. 

Quincy Julian Howaid. 

Tampa Consolidated G rocery Co. 

(See Wholesale Grocers.) 

" Flynn-Harris-Bullard. 

P. F. Laubach. 

" Miller & Jackson Co. 

" Dickenson & Ives. 

Georgia: 

Albany Florence Grain Co. 

" Albany Grocery Co. 

" Americus Grocery Co. 

' Miller Grocery Co. 

Tift & Peed Grocery Co. 

J. E. Helmes. 

Athens Talmadge Bros. Co. 

Webb & Crawford Co. 

The Rowland Co. 

" Wingfield Cash Grocery Co. 



HAY, GRAIN, FLOUR AND FEED 
DEALERS— Continued. 
Georgia: 

Athens King Hodgson Co. 

G. H. Hualrnc. 

■ Calloway Grocery Co. 

Atlanta F. P. H. Akers. 

" Atlanta Milling Co. 

Balard & Balard. 

* T. II . Brooke Co. 

W. S. Duncan Co. 

W. P. Dunn. 

J. H. Eveiett & Son. 

W. L. & W. M. Fain. 

J. D. Frazier Co. 

■ Hoolbrook & Smith. 

' Cone M. Maddox. 

" A. P. Morgan Grain Co. 

" Nickajack Milling Co. 

' Southern Flour & Grain Co. 

Emer Tonev & Co. 

A. C. Wonlcy & Co. 

Bogart R. S. Griffith. 

R. F. Christian. 

J. E. Wood. 

C. N. Griffith. 

Cartersville. .. R. P. Eaves. 

* Planters Supply Co. 

" Cash Grocery Co. 

S. F. Milam. 

Foster & Son. 

* F. E. Matthews. 

" T. A. Montfort Co. 

Columbus W. C. Bradley Co. 

Ben. T. Brooks. 

* Columbus Grocery Co. 

* Dudley Jenkins Grocery Co. 

" Est. of R. Deignan. 

* Dimon Grocery Co. 

" Deaton Grocery Co. 

" ...... .Hendricks Grocery Co. 

M. W. Kelly Co. 

J. B. Key & Co. 

Sol. Loeb Co. 

" Pou Bros. Co. 

" Purvis Grocery Co. 

J. T. Whatley Co. 

J. B. Tarver Sons. 

Cordele Cordele Grocery Co. 

" Heard Grocery Co. 

" Parker Willis Co. 

" Peoples Grocery Co. 

M. A. Pridgen & Co. 

" Ryals Baker Co. 

Elberton Brown Bros. 

* Jones & Co. 

■ Arnold & Son. 

" Taber & Son. 

M. E. Maxwell. 

J. R. & L. D. Mattox. 

Fish W. O. Hamrick & Co. 

Fitzgerald. . . . Davis Brothers. 

" Consolidated Grocery Co. 

" Dodd Supply Co. 

Isler Grocery Co. 

u Stovall Jones Co. 

Floyds J. O. Miller. 

Helena J. K. Stallings. 

" Helena Grocery Co. 

Lawrenceville.G. W. Williams. 

* Powell Bros. 

Middleton .... Hammond Bros. 

" Heard & Swift. 

Powder Spgs. .C. T. Leak. 

* B. Bros. 

T. N. & C. A. Camp. 

Richland Richland Grocery Co. 

Rochelle Mashburn & Fitzgerald. 

" Farmers Supply Co. 

Rockmart D. W. Nichols. 

* J. W". Phinizy. 

* J. M. Cochran. 

Savannah Harden & Rourk. 

* Cassels Co. 

Mooie & Co. 

* Rosenhoff Feed Co. 

C. N. Roberds. 

Seville Holt & Walton. 

Wilcox Merc. Co. 

Stilesboro Stilesboro Warehouse Co. 

Vidalia Vidalia Grocery Co. 

North Carolina: 

Aberdeen Aberdeen Whole. Groc. Co. 

Caroleen B. B. Daggett. 

Charlotte Cochrane & McLaughlin. 

" Adams Grain & Prov'n Co. 

" Chas. Moody Co. 

■ Davidson & Wolfe. 

* Messick Grocery Co. 

Cherryville. . .T. E. Summers. 

" Kendrick Merc. Co. 

Clarkton The O. L. Clark Co. 



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HAY, GRAIN, FLOUR AND FEED 
DEALERS— Continued. 
North Carolina: 

Clarkton N. H. Currie & Co. 

Durham E. H. Lawrence. 

J. F. Fowler. 

■ M. V. Lawrecci. 

Forest City ... Blantic & Maurice. 
Franklinton. . . Fianklin Grocery Co. 

• Sterling Cotton Mills. 

• Ballard-Cheatham Co. 

" McGhee-Joyner Co. 

Garys J. B. Collier. (1) 

J. E. & J. A. Suiter. (1) 

J. A. Hawks. (1) 

N. L. Stedmare & Co. (1) 

Hamlet Jamison & Co. 

E. N. Rhodes. 

■ Lackey Bros. & Co. 

" Williams & Co. 

Kittrell Crudup Kittrell Co. 

J. M. Woodlief & Co. 

Laurinbuig. . .Hammond Company. 

■ Planters Trading Co. 

* D. C. McNeill. 

• John F. McNair. 

* McLaurin & Shaw. 

• L. Weill. 

• W. P. Benton. 

Lilesville J. T. Saunders & Co. 

Lincolnton. . . . Lincoln Grain & Milling Co. 
Littleton E. Z. Olston. 

S. J. Stallings. 

• Littleton Fertz. &. Groc. Co. 

Louisburg P. A. Reavis Co. 

Lumberton Birmingham & Wishart. 

Caldwell, L. H. 

Caldwell & Carlyle. 

" Norment, J. D. 

* McAllister, Chas. 

Whitfield & French. 

" Stephenson & Barnes. 

Macon C. G. Eggleston. 

W. P. Rodnell. 

H. B. Harris. 

- Coleman Co. 

Maxton J. W. Carter. 

" Currie-Patterson Co. 

Glass, B. C. 

" McLean & Groom. 

B. W. Phillips. 

Merry Oaks. . .Howard & Rollins. 

W. M. Goodwin. 

Millbrook N. W. Hatch. 

Monroe Henderson Roller Mills. 

Mooresboro.. .J. B. Blanton. 

" Martin Brothers. 

D. B. McGraves & Son. 

Osborne M. B. Nicholson Co. 

* M. C. Lauculen & Louen. 

Oxford Crenshaw & Averett. 

* Breedlove & McFarland. 

J. J. Medford. 

D. C. Hunt. 

* L. Thomas. 

• R. B, Hines. 

Pine Bluff. . . .Milan Townsend. 
Raleigh Crowder & Rand. 

W. A. Myatt. 

Pool & Hobby Bros. 

* Peebles Bros. 

■ L. H. Adams. 

■ Norris Bros. Co. 

C. B. Gill & Co. 

" Phillips & Penny Brokers. 

• Capital Feed & Groc. Co. 

A. S. Morgan & Co. 

" Rowland & Rogers. 

S. W. Brewer & Son. 

" Job P. Wyatt & Sons Co. 

Sanford Howard Grocery Co. 

" Sanford Grocery Co. 

So. Pines N. J. Mills. 

C. B. Grant. 

VasB J. F. Leslie. 

" Vass Merc. Co. 

O. H. Stutts. 

* Lambeth Supply Co. 

Vaughan Vaughan Feed & Prov. Co. 

* J. E. Northington. 

Wadesboro. .. .Parsons & Hardison. 

Leak & Marshall. 

F. C. Allen & Co. 

H. W. Little & Co. 

" Hardison & Co. 

Bennett-Allen Co. 

Wake Forest.. .W. W. Halding. 

• W. C. Erewer Co. 

■ J. W. Mangum. 

" Wake Forest Supply Co. 

J. H. Mitchell & Sons. 

Weldon Wcldon Grocery Co. 

Wilmington. . .Boney-Harper Milling Co. 



HAY, GRAIN. FLOUR AND FEED 
DEALERS— Continued. 
North Carolina: 

Wilmington.. .Armistead Rogers Co. 

" Bear, Samuel, Sr. & Sons. 

u Boushee, E. 

Brooks, J. W. 

" Brown Bros. 

8 Brown-Toon & Co. 

Cooper, W. B. 

" Corbitt Company. 

Funchess, J. S. & Co. 

Gore. D. L. Co. 

u Hall & Pearsall. 

Hashagen, F. E. Co. 

u Heyer Bros. 

McNair & Co., S. P. 

" McNair & Pearsall. 

" Pearington & Co., E. P. 

" . .' Pearsall & Co. 

Pickett. R. H. & Co. 

" J. S. McEachern Sons Co. 

B. F. Mitchell Co. 

u Chas. Schafer & Sons. 

Southgate & Co., T. S. 

u Stone Co. 

J. A. Taylor. 

" Tidewater Grocery Co. 

Vollers, H. L. 

Walters, J. H. 

Whitehead, W. A. & Son. 

u Wilmington Brokerage Co. 

u Worth Co. 

Wright, O. H. & Co. 

Youngville. . . . Perry & Patterson. 
" Pearce Bros. 

J. W. Winston. 

D. W. Spivey. 

South Carolina: 

Blaney Evans Brothers. 

" L. B. Sessions. 

W. F. Duke. 

Camden Murchison Whsle. Sup. Co. 

" Camden Whsle. Grocery Co 

Chester S. M. Jones Co. 

" Sims & Carter. 

* Jos. Wylie & Co. 

Carlisle Mutual Supply Co. 

" Deaves-Jeter Co. 

Cheraw M. W. Duvall. 

" Cheraw Whsle. Grocery Co. 

u Malloy & Company. 

Columbia Thomas & Howard. 

" Columbia Grain & Prov. Co. 

u J. B. Friday. 

H. G. Werts. 

H. V. Wells Co. 

■ Kirkland Distributing Co. 

T. B. Autrv & Co. 

W. T. Martin & Sons. 

Estill Estill Trading Co. 

Greenwood... .Greenwood Grocery Co. 

" Durst Andrews Co. 

C. W. Garrett. 

Olar C. F. Rizer. 

" Farmers Merc. Co. 

Ulmers Harter & Wilkinson. 

Whitmire Miller Bros. 

C. H. Cooper Co. 

■ Glem Lowry Mfg. Co. 

Virginia: 

Boykins W. W. White. 

R. M. Knight & Bro. 

Cochran C. E. Daniel. 

* J. B. Harrison. 

* L. H. Abernathy. 

" W. R. Carpenter. 

Franklin Pretlow & Co. 

C. A. Cutchins. 

Norfolk Ambrose Co., Inc. 

City Hav & Grain Co. 

J. H. Cofer & Co., Inc. 

* Vernon L. Cofer. 

Jno. Cuthrell Co., Inc. 

■ Fannev & Miller. 

Green & Wills. 

■ J. M. Gwaltney & Co. 

J. H. Hill Co., Inc. 

■ J. H. Jacocks. 

* Green, Osterhout & Co. 

Pollard Land & Co. 

" Chas. Reid's Sons, Inc. 

D. P. Reid & Bro. 

S. D. Scott & Co. 

* C. F. Simmons. 

J. G. Sawyer & Co. 

E. Trammell & Co. 

* James R. West. 

* Virginia Grain & Milling Co. 

White Grain & Feed Co. 

* Wilson-Drummond. 



HAY, GRAIN. FLOUR AND FEED 
DEALERS— Continued. 
Virginia: 

Norfolk Biddle Corp. 

C. J. Rivenbark. 

Petersburg.. . .Virginia Feed & Grain Co. 

■ Chas. Lansford & Gray. 

T. F. Heath & Co. 

Portsmouth J. H. Branch. 

Richmond. . . Simpson, Bass & Co. 

" Cary, Jno. B. 

u Gates, Sidney R. 

" Southern Brokerage Co. 

Suffolk Holland Beamon Co. 

Suffolk Feed & Fuel Co. 

* Cooper- Riddick Co. 

Warfield W. A. Cheely. 

C. W. Gibbs. 

(1) P. O. Garysburg, N. C. 

ICE FACTORIES. 
Alabama: 

Bessemer Bessemer Coal & Ice Co. 

Birmingham. .City Ice Delivery Co. 

" Birmingham Packing Co. 

" Hygienic Ice Factory Co. 

" Shillinger Ice Delivery Co. 

Ensley Ensley Pratt Ice Co. 

Montgomery.. Southern Ice Co. 

" Consumers' Ice Co. 

" Montgomery Ice & Cold 

Storage Co. 
Pell City T. H. Rennie. 

Florida: 

Apopka Apopka Ice & Power Co. 

Bradley Jet. . . Mulberry Ice Works. 
Dunnellon. . . . Dunellon Ice Co. 
Fernandina.. .Fernandina Ice Works. 
Gainesville.. .. Diamond Ice Co. 

" City of Gainesville. 

Inverness Inverness Power Co. 

Jacksonville. . .Atlantic Ice & Coal Co. 

" Cudahy Packing Co. 

" Southern Ice Co. 

" Springfield Ice Co. 

Lake City. . . .Lake City Ice Co. 

Leesburg Leesburg Oil Co. 

Live Oak Live Oak Ice & Electric Co. 

Madison Madison Ice Co. 

u Madison Power Co. 

Monticello Monticello Ice Plant. 

Mulberry Mulberry Ice Works. 

Ocala Ocala Ice & Packing Co. 

Orlando Orlando Light Co. 

Palmetto Southern Ice Co. 

Plant City Plant City Ice & Power Co. 

Quincy People's Ice, Fuel & Sup. Co. 

Sarasota Sarasota Ice & Power Co. 

Tallahassee. . . Middle Florida Ice Co. 
Tampa Consumers Ice Co. 

" Tampa Ice Co. 

* Southern Ice Co. 

Crystal Ice & Coal Co. 

" Tropical Ice Co. 

Watertown... .East Coast Lbr. Co. 

Georgia: 

Albany Atlantic Ice & Coal Corp. 

Athena Atlantic Ice & Coal Co. 

" Athens Ice Co. 

Atlanta Atlantic Ice & Coal Corp. 

" Carolina Public Service Co. 

* Consumers Ice Co. 

T. R. Sawtell 

■ Southern Ice Co. 

* Atlanta Brewing & Ice Co. 

Cartersville. . .Cartersville Supply Co. 
Columbus. . . .Atlantic Ice & Coal Co. 

" Muscogee Ice Co. 

■ Southern Ice Co. 

Cordele Atlantic Ice & Coal Corp. 

Dallas Dallas Ice Plant. 

Dawson Dawson Ice Co. 

Elberton Atlantic Coal & Ice Corp. 

Fitzgerald. . . .Fitzgerald Ice Company. 
Winder Winder Ice Plant. 

Georgia: 

Helena Helena Ice Works. 

Richland Richland Ice Co. 

Savannah W. W. Aimar & Co. 

* Knickerbocker Ice <fc Cold 

Storage Co. 
" Savannah Ice Co. 

■ South Atlantic Packing & 

Provision Co. 

* Savannah Brewing Co. 

Vidalia Vidalia Ice & Coal. 

North Carolina: 

Caroleen Henrietta Milk Co. 

Charlotte Standard Ice & Fuel Co. 



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List of Industries — Continued. 



ICE FACTORIES— Continued. 

North Carolina: 

Charlotte Yarborough & Bollinger. 

Cherryville . . . Mellville Ice Co. 
Durham Durham Ice Co. 

u Durham Traction Co. 

Hamlet Hamlet Ice Co. 

" Henderson Ice & Cold Stor- 
age Co. 

Oxford Oxford Ice Co. 

Raleigh Johnson & Johnson. 

Powell & Powell. 

u Carolina Ice Co. 

Rutherfordton Rutherl'dton Ice & Coal Co. 

Sanford Lee Ice & Fuel Co. 

Southn. Pines. T. A. Kelly. 

Wadesboro Southern Cotton Oil Mills. 

Wilmington.. .Independent Ice Co. 

* Plate Ice Co. 

* Wilmington Ice & Stor. Co. 

South Carolina: 

Chester Chester Ice Co. 

Columbia Palmetto 1 ce Co. 

" Columbia Ice & Fuel Co. 

Greenwood... .Greenwood Ice Co. 

Virginia: 

Norfolk Anheuser Buach Ice Plant. 

" Berkley Ice Worka. 

* Fueraiein Ice Co. 

" Kennebec Ice Co. 

Norfolk Coal & Ice Co. 

" Norfolk Warehouse Corp. 

Petersburg J. B. Worth Co. 

Crystal Ice Co. 

Portsmouth.. . W. G. Maupin. 

" Feuerstein Ice Co. 

" Portsmouth Coal & Ice Co. 

Suffolk Shoop Withs Co. 

IRON AND STEEL PLANTS. 
Alabama: 

Bessemer Tenn. Coal, Iron & R.R. Co. 

Birmingham. .American Steel & Wire Co. 

Southern Wheel Co. 

' Birmingham Car & Mfg. Co. 

" The Ingall Iron Works. 

■ Southern Bridge Works. 

Shaffer Mfg. Co. 

" Southn. Iron & Commis. Co. 

' East Birmingham Iron Roof- 
ing & Corrugating Co. 

Alabama Iron Roofing Co. 

Birmingham Metal Products 

Co. 

A. T. Newal & Bros. 

" Thomas Grate Bar Co. 

" American Bolt Co. 

Steward- Witherill Mach. Co. 

Ensley Tenn. Coal, Iron & R.R. Co. 

Montgomery. . Janney Iron Works Co. 

Florida : 

Jacksonville. .. Dixie Machinery & Mfg. Co. 

" Hoffman Metal Co. 

" Malsby Machine Co. 

" Merrill-Stevens Co. 

T Murphy Iron Works. 

Lake City. . . . Lott W Johnson. 

Orlando The Phillips Mfg. Co. 

H South Florida Fdry. & Mach. 

Worka. 
Tallahassee.. .Tallahassee Iron Works. 

Tampa Gulf Iron Works. 

Koffman Metal Co. 

u Lykes Co. 

Georgia. 

Americus W. H Sawyer & Sons. 

Atlanta R. S. Armstrong & Bro. 

Atlanta Steel Co. 

* Southern Iron & Equip. Co. 

Columbus Columbus Iron Works. 

Golden's Fdry. & Mach. Co. 

" Pekor Iron Works. 

Fitzgerald. . . .Fitzgerald Iron Works. 

Savannah Kehoe's Iron Works. 

" Mingledorff & Co. 

John Rourke & Sons. 

Savannah Iron & Wire Co. 

" Wilkinson Machine Co. 

North Carolina: 

Charlotte Liddell & Co. 

" J. Hackett Foundry Co. 

Park Mfg. Co. 

" W. G. Jarrell Machine Co. 

* Mecklenburg Iron Works. 

Sanford Moffitt Iron Worka Co. 

Wilmington.. .Cape Fear Machine Works. 

Carolina Metal Products Co. 

" Raleigh Iron Works. 

J. H. Gill. 



IRON AND STEEL PLANTS— Continued. 

South Carolina: 

Denmark Denmark Machine Worka. 

Virginia: 

Norfolk S. M. Price Machinery Co. 

Petersburg. ... Appomattox Iron Works & 

Supply Co. 
Richmond. . . . Cruickshanks Structural 

Iron Works . 

" Alex. L. Ross. 

14 Richmond Structural Steel 

Co. 
C. M. Liphart Co. 

LIME KILNS. 
Alabama: 

Birmingham. .J. F. Baldwin. 

" J. B. Adams. 

" Carolina Portland Cement 

Co. 
Montgomery. . Montgomery Lime & Ce- 
ment Co. 
Florida: 

Jacksonville. .. Marshall & Spencer Co. 

Ocala Florida Lime Co. 

" Blowers Lime & Phos. Co. 

Tampa Fla. Sand & Shell Co. 

W. R. Fuller. 

I. W. Phillips & Co. 

Georgia: 

Carteraville. . . Ladd Lime & Stone Co. 

Virginia : 

Norfolk T. C. Andrews & Co. 

Richmond. . . .Baldwin & Brown, Inc. 

S. H. Hawes & Co. 

C. P. Lathrop & Co. 

" Moore Lime Co. 

" . Powhatan Lime Co. 

Ruffin & English. 

* Sitterding-Carneal-Davia Co 

Suffolk Shoop Willis & Co. 

u McAuge & Co. 

LUMBER MILLS. 
Seaboard Air Line Railway. 
Alabama: 

Borden Spgs. .J. F. Wilson. 

J. W. Rankin. 

Coal Citv Stockberger Bros. 

Griffin & Cox. 

J. A. Douglas. 

J. Z. Acker. 

" Hamilton & Alverson. 

Hurtsboro. . . . C. W. Johns. 
Montgomery.. Crampton Lumber Co. 

" C. Y. Bogacki. 

" Southern Box & Lumber Co. 

" Atlas Lumber Co. 

" Cromwell Lumber Co. 

" Conifer Lumber Co. 

" Highland Park Lumber Co. 

" Pine Plume Lumber Co. 

" Southern Pine Lumber Co. 

Odenville Hodges Bros. 

u Nelma & Son. 

C. P. Ward. 

° J. L. Harden. 

Ohatchie Ohatehie Gin & Mfg. Co. 

Piedmont W. H. & C. T. Wallace. 

W. D. Bartlett. 

" Aderholt Bros. 

" Hebble Barlow. 

J. H. Wright. 

Ragland Davis Lumber Co. 

Mr. W. L. Harris. 

" Mr. Lee Portwood. 

™ Mr. J. L. Stone. 

Roba W. C. Martin. 

Rutherford Cowikee Lumber Co. 

Sanie W. P. Massey . 

Wellington D. M. Boozer. 

Florida: 

14 Mile Post.E. Lennon. 

28 Mile Post.N. B. Tanner. 

29 Mile Post.T. B. Buckett. 

30 Mile Poat.W. M. Arnold. 
55 Mile Poat.R. F. Brinson. 
64 Mile Post.J. F. White. 

83 Mile Poat.Cauthorn & Co. 

89 Mile Post. Davis Lumber Co. 

97 Mile Post.Stringfellow Lumber Co. 
102 Mile Post. Smith & Holden. 
133 Mile Post.S. J. Warren. 
144 Mile Post.S. A. McClellan. 
146 Mile Post.W. T. Brice. 
150 Mile Poat.J. C. Upchurch. 
196 Mile Post. Florida Yellow Pine Co. 
Apopka Consumers Lumber Co. 



LUMBER MILLS— Continued. 
Seaboard Air Line Railway — Continued. 
Florida: 

Archer M. Vcnable. 

Ayers W. A. Hayes. 

Bamboo Goethe Lumber Co. 

Bradentown. .. Knight Lumber Co. 
Brookaville. . . Brooksville Mfg. Co. 

" Portertield & Price. 

Busline!! R. R. Pctney. 

Centralia Central Cypress Co. 

Chapman J. E. Hoffman. 

Columbus Columbus Lumber Co. 

Covington... . S. P. Home. 

J. R. Hughes. 

Dallas McGehee. 

Drake W. W. Hodge. 

Ellaville West Brothers. 

Freeman W. H. Freeman. 

Fernandina. . . N. B. Borden & Co. 
Gainesville.. . .Gainesville Planing &. Coffin 
Co. 

Garrison R. L. Bracev. 

Greenville J. S. Betts & Co. 

" Union Manufacturing Co. 

Greer J. L. Greer. 

Greera W. S. Larkin. 

Gretna G. B. Haven & Son. 

Gulf Pine Gulf Pine Lumber Co. 

Hoffman H. E. Tucker. 

Hugh Siding . . Maxville Lumber Co. 

Inverness West & Reaves Lum. Mills. 

Jacksonville.. ,E. C. Cain Co. 

" Doscher-Gardner Co. 

Duval Planing Mill Co. 

" Enterprise Lumber Co. 

" Gress Manufacturing Co. 

" Stephens Lumber Co. 

u McNair Lumber Co. 

" Robert R. Sizer. 

LaCrosse M. L. Malphurs. 

Lake City. . . .B. F. Brinson & Co. 
Leamons Spur.E. B. Duncan. 

Leesburg T. P. Douglas Lumber Co. 

Live Oak Williams Tie & Lumber Co. 

Lukens Tilghman Cypress Co. 

Madison Madison Variety Works. 

Manatee M. G. Rushton. 

Maxville W. J. Lohrig. 

Meadows Southern Lum. & Sup. Co. 

Meredith McEachin-McNair Lum. Co. 

Montbrook. . .Florida Land Co. 

Morris ton D. B. Morris & Co. 

Mulberry Mulberry Lum. & Supply Co. 

Norfleet Norfleet Manufacturing Co. 

Norman Hayea & Regan. 

Oak Grove Denton Lumber Co. 

Orlando Orlando Novelty Works. 

" A. L. Beck Lumber Co. 

Otter Creek. ..Otter Creek Lumber Co. 

Owensboro A. G. Knight. 

Panasoffkee. . .Panasoffkee Shingle Co. 
Plant City E. T. Rouz & Son. 

" Warhell Lum. & Veneer Co. 

Powell C. G. Gordy. 

Price Portertield & Price. 

Raleigh H. L. Gray. 

Rural Hayes Manufacturing Co. 

Sarasota C. M. Jones & Co. 

Saxton Saxton Lumber Co. 

" Starke Lumber Co. 

Starke Quigley Lum. & Supply Co. 

St. Petersburg. St. Petersburg Novelty Wka. 

Sumner Cummer Lumber Co. 

Tallahassee.. . Childs Brothers. 

Tampa Enterprise Novelty Works. 

" Robinson & Phillips. 

T. W. Ramaey. 

Tarpon Spgs.. J. W. Alderman. 

" Tarpon Lumber Co. 

Tavares Lake County Mfg. Co. 

Tiaonia J. L. Tison. 

Wakulla T. M. Hall. 

Watertown Eaat Coast Lumber Co. 

Weeks J. W. Winters. 

Welborn Cooks Mill. 

Wildwood ....McRainev & Bridges. 

Wiscon McPhail Mfg. Co. 

Zephyrhilla. . . . McLaughlin Bros. 

Georgia: 

14 Mile Post.R. H. Jones. 
24 Mile Post.J. B. Whitmore. 
134 Mile Post.E. L. Bailey. 

Abbeville J. S. Roebuck. 

" Statham Bros. 

Alley H. V. Thompson. 

Alamo J. F. Sikes. 

W. M. Clarke & Co. 

E. C. Cordell. 

S. E. Mauney & Son. 

" J. W. Adams. 

" Alamo Mfg. Co. 



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List of Industries — Continued. 



LUMBER MILLS— Continued. 


LUMBER MILLS— Continued. 


LUMBER MILLS— Continued. 


Seaboard Air 


Line Railway — Continued. 


Seaboard Air 


Line Railway — Continued. 


Seaboard Air 


Line Railway — Continued. 


Georgia: 




North Carolina: 




North Carolina 




Albany 


.Allison Lumber Co. 


Apex 


. Xevins & Flowmoy. 


Neuse 


.A. J. Honeycutt. 


Americus. . . . 


.Jno. W. Shiver. 


■ 


.Joe Kelly. 


u 


J. P. Bender. 


" 


.Americus Construction Co. 


" 


.Gilbert &. Johnson. 


" 


.J. R. Magee. 




.J. M. Smith & Son. 


Benneham . . . 


. Keith Connelly Co. 


u 


. Kamsev & Weathers. 


Athena 


.R. L. Moss Mfg. Co. 


Bladenboro.. 


.The Bridges Co. 


" 


.Geo. B. Norwood. 


u 


.Athens Lumber Co. 


Branchville . 


, Meherrin River Log & Lum- 


New Hill.. .. 


.W. M. Goodwin. 


" 


. Dozier & Co. 




ber Co. 


u 


.J. J. Edwards & Son. 


Atlanta 


. Phoenic Planing Co. 


Cameron. . . . 


.Cameron Lumber Co. 


° 


.W. T. Hunt & Bros. 


Belfast 


.Hilton Dodge Lumber Co. 


" 


.Thos. Medlin. 


Niagara 


. H. Sternagle. 


Belleville .... 


. L. W. Cowart. 


" 


.Turnlev & McLaughlin. 




. Lans Lumber Co. 


Catersville. . . 


.Rhyne Bros. Lumber Co. 


Carthage .... 


. R. L. Fields. 


" 


. Wembraw Ward Co. 


Cartersville . 


.Shaw Coal & Lumber Co. 


" 


. McConnell Lumber Co. 


" 


.A. G. Hayes. 


Cedartown. . . 


. Hightowcr Planing Mill. 


Cary 


.Wilkinson Lumber Co. 


Osgood 


. Bynum & Sniper. 


u 






J. H. Wearn & Co. 






Claxton 


.J. M. Sikes. 




.J. W. Lewis & Co. 




.W. H. Dobles & Bro. 


u 


.R. B. Parker. 




.Piedmont Lumber Co. 


" 


.P. W. Willis. 


Clyo 


.R. P. Mallorv. 


" 


. Richland Lumber Co. 


u 


.C. B. Williams. 


u 


Gnann. 
.W. C. Reiser. 


Cherryville, . 


.Kendrick Lumber Co. 
. Cherrvville Lumber Co. 






" 




.South Atlantic Lumber Co. 




W. A. Whitworth. 
. D. A. B. Thompson. 






Pittsboro. .. . 








. Hester & Milliken. 


,F. M. Farrell. 


Columbus. . . 


.Butts Lumber Co. 


Conwav 


. P. F. Travlor. 


u 


.W. B. Cheek. 


" 


. Cooper Lumber Co. 


Councils 


.J. R. McMillen. 


Polkton 


.C. B. Williams. 


" 


. Muscogee Lumber Co. 


" 


,M. D. Felton & Co. 


" 


.S. K. Harris. 


" 







.Patterson & Pancake. 


" 


. D. A. Carter. 


" 


.Georgia Lumber Co. 


u 


.W. F. Sanderlin. 


u 


. D. H. Carter. 


" 


. Dudlev Sash Door & Lum- 


Creedmoor. . 


. C. M. Lawrence. 


u 


.A. L. Caudle. 




ber Co. 


" 


.Creedmoor Brick & Lumber 


" 


.E. M. Griffin. 


Cordele 


.Cordele Sash Door Lum. Co. 




Co. 


" 


.J. M. Griffin. 


u 




East Arcadia 


.E. U. Griffs. 


" 


.Hildreth Bros. 






a 




H 


.N. A. Gaddy. 
.Anson Lumber Co. 




.G. F. Pharr. 


East Durban 


.Durham Lumber Co. 


" 


" 


.L. E. Strickland. 


" 


.Chatham Lumber Co. 


" 


.E. M. Carter. 


Daisy 


.W. D. Sands. 


Elkton 


.J. M. Smith Co. 


Porterville . . 


. W. T. Porter & Co. 


" 


.A. L. Tippens. 


" 


. D. L. Burney. 


" 


.L. G. Priest. 


Dallas 


.J. R. Phillips. 


Ellenboro. . . . 


.B. B. Edwards. 


" 


. Register & Co. 




.Shields Geise Lumber Co. 


Forest Citv. . 


. Regal Manufacturing Co. 


Potecasi 


. E. R. Lassiter. 


Dorchester. . 


. Bowen Bros. 


Franklinton. 


.A. H. Shearin. 




. Baker Thompson Lum. Co 


Elberton 


.The Elberton Brick Co. 


" 


.W. B. Daniel & Co. 


" 


.Ellington Bldg. & Sup. Co. 


Ellabella 


.Est. W. L. Spier. 


" 


.J. H. Cooke. 


Redwood .... 


. Deal Palmer Co. 


Erick 


.H. F. Williams. 


" 


. I. H. Kearnev. 


Rich Square. 


.Farmers Gin & Mill Co. 


Esom 


.J. C. Porter. 


" 


. Franklinton Lumber & Pow- 


" 


. S. E. Elliot. 


Fish 


.J. L. Kirk. 




er Co. 


Ridgeway. . . 


,B. D. Moore. 


" 


.N. V. Parris & Son. 


Garys 


.A. C. House Lumber Co. 


Roanoke Jet 


.Crow & Joyner, P. O. Garvs 


Fitzgerald . . . 


,F. M. Graham Lumber Co. 


" 


.G. W. Massey. 




N. C. 


* 




u 








" 


.D. P. Adams Co. 


Gumberry . . . 


. P. M. Fleetwood, P. 0. Jack- 


Rosendale. . . 


. W. F. Swift. 


Glenwood. . . 


.J. N. Gillis. 




son, N. C. 


" 


.D. B. McGee. 


Heardmont . . 


. (Cherokee Spur.) 






Roxobel 


.C. T. Harrell. 


Hull 


. Bullock Bros. 


Henderson. . . 


. Henderson Lumber Co. 


RutherfordtonCarpenter, Tavlor & Co. 


Kimbrough . . 


.J. W. Adams. 


Hoffman 


. M. B. Cameron. 


" 


,G. M. Haworth. 






u 




" 


. R. L. Hampton. 


Lawrenceville 


.J. A. Ambrose. 


Indian Trail. 


.S. H. Crowell. 


" 


.J. C. Hampton. 


Letford 


.W. G. Tuten. 


" 


.F. M. Sutton. 


" 


.Ed. Gross. 


Louvale 


.R. T. Shirling. 


Iron 


.N. S. Brown. 


" 


.J. C. Lawing. 


" 


.C. N. King. 


" 


.J. S. Abernathy. 


" 


. Rutherfordton Veneer Co. 


Lumpkin .... 


.L. D. Hill. 


" 


.J. Edwards. 


Sandv 


.Alma Lumber Co. 


Lyons 

Milan 


R. M. Garbutt. 
.J. F. Futh & Co. 


a 


John Walker. 
.D. W. Dillinger. 








.C. H. Smith. 


Ocilla 


.Henderson Lumber Co. 


Kelford 


.W. R. Brawn. 


" 


.C. S. Smith. 


Omaha 


.G. G. Boland. 


Keyser 


. Raeford Shingle Co. 


Seaboard .... 


.J. R. Bradley. 




.W. W. Parrish. 


« 




u 






.Jas. M. Smith. 


Kittrell 


.K. D. Hoffman. 


u 


.Dr. M. R. Stephenson. 


" 


.J. A. Brewton & Son. 


u 


,W. H. Finch. 




. A. Cameron. 


Pitts 


.J. C. Johnson. 


° 


.J. D. Whitlev. 


" 


. W. J. Cameron. 


Powder Spgs 


. Will Meadows. 


a 


. W. W. Dickinson. 


" 


. H. C. Cameron. 


Renfroe 


.J. T. Broadnox. 


Laurel Hill. . 


.G. S. Hargrove. 


" 


. W. D. Wilson. 


Rhine 


. Conley & McRae. 


8 


.P. L. Gardner. 


u 


.W. C. Leslie. 


Riceboro. . . . 


. Causev Bros. 


" 


.J. F. Sleadman. 


Vaughan. . . . 


. D. A. Fishel Son Co. 


Rincon 


.G. E. Motwiler. 


Laurinburg . 


. At Shaws Siding. 


u 


. Vaughan Planing Mill. 


" ... 


.E. B. Hinely. 


Lemon Spgs . 


.Matthews & Harrington. 


" 


. Fosburg Lumber Co. 












Grecnleaf Johnson Lumber 
Co. 




. DuBose & Sons. 


" 


.C. H. Marks. 




* 


.J. P. Carter. 


Lewiston. . . . 


.M. S. Morris & Bros. 


Wadesboro. . 


.Wadesboro Lumber Co. 


Rockmart. . . 


.Rockmart Lumber Co. 




.J. C. Parr. 


u 


.Bennett Bros. A Rose. 


Savannah. . . 


.Savannah Planing Mill Co. 


Louisburg. . . 


.Louisburg Lumber Co. 




A. M. Harris. 








.G. W. Ford. 




J. H. Mitchell & Sons. 
.J. H. Rogers. 

Weldon Lumber Co. 
. W. W. Koch. 


« 


. Durden Coleman Lum. Co. 


" 


.Colonial Pine Co. 




Statham 


.J. C. Williams. 

.Statham Mill & Lumber Co. 





.T. K. Allen. 

. Louisburg Wagon Co. 




Stilesboro. . . . 


.S. M. Roberts. 


u 


.Griffin & Beaslcy. 


Wilmington. 


Stillwell 

Taylorville. . 


.W. A. Thomas & Co. 
.F. W. Williams. 


Lumberton. . 
Macon 


.Kingsdale Lumber Corp. 
.T. S. Lambden. 




.Wilmington Lumber Co. 


u 


S. M. Roberts. 
.General Edwards. 
.C. E. Britt. 


u 


Warren Plains Lumber Co. 
Hunt Brothers Co. 
.S. T. Fain. 


• ;;;;;; 




« 


.Chadbourn Lumber Co. 


Tucker 


« 


.G. T. & W. J. Flvnn. 
.C. F. Howell & Co.. Inc. 


» 




" 


.Shearin & Haithcock. 




u 


.J. W. Hunt. 


Margaret .... 


.J. E. Piland. 


\\ ingate 


. W. M. Perrv Mill Co. 


Vidalia 


.J. F. Darbv Lumber Co. 


Manshville. . . 


.R. M. Sanders. 




.T. G. Collins. 


Willie 


.Willie Lumber Co. 

.J. F. Perci! Lumber Co. 




Climax Lumber Co. 
. LJnited Lumber Co. 





. B. D. Austin. 




.J. W. Keziah. 


u 


.Jack Fuirh. 


" 


. A. J. McKinnon. 


Wise 


. T. W. Eastman & Co. 




. G. S. Milsaps. 
.Winder Lumber Co. 




Builders Manufacturing Co. 
.D. M. Brodges. 




L E Hi\ 




Mcrrv Oaks, 


Woodland. . 


Griffin & Wing. 




.Refuge Lumber Co. 




. Lewis Lumber Co. 










" .... 


. Womble Bros. 


Youngsville . 


.J. T. Wilson. 


North Carolina 






.J. R. Poe. 








Piedmont Lumber Co. 
. Belch *fe Melvin. 


Monroe 


.J. C. Winchester. 
. J. M. Keziah. 


" ; " ! 




Allenton 


.A. H. Shearon. 



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List of Industries — Continued. 



LUMBER MILLS— Continued. 
Seaboard Air Line Railway — Continued. 
South Carolina: 

Bethum.' Clyburn & Morgan. 

u Lynches River Lumber Co. 

a Wash Treshley Lumber Co. 

Blanoy W. F. Duke. 

Camden Davidson Lumber Co. 

" Home Builders' Supply Co. 

Cassatt L. O. Funderbuck. 

Cheraw Meiklejohn Lumber Co. 

" Clement Ross Mfg. Co. 

" Cheraw Box Co. 

" Cheraw Sash Door & Lumber 

Co. 

Chester Chester Machine ifc hum. Co, 

Columbia Columbia Lum. it Mfg. Co. 

" .Palmetto Lumber Co. 

" .Shand Builders Supply Co. 

u Fallow & Allison. 

Estill Hamilton Ridge Lum. Corp. 

Estill Planing Mill Co. 

" ...... .Catawber Lumber Co. 

Gaston A. T. Grugnard. 

W. F. Tavlor. 

J. W. Sightler. 

Govan Cook & Zorn. 

Hix Williamson Bros. 

F. D. Darnell. 

B. B. Williams. 

Kollocks R. S. McLeod & Son. 

McBees J. D. Ingram. 

MoKennon. . .McManus Brothers. 

Mountville J. B. & J. P. Cannon. 

Neeces Frank White. 

North J. F. Etheridge. 

u J. D. Johnson. 

Olar P. H. Starr. 

14 R. M. Kearse. 

G. O. Barker. 

Patrick T. P. Campbell. 

" T. C. Turnage. 

LP. Pclson. 

Scofield Saltkehatchie Lumber Co. 

Swansea McCJill Brothers. 

W. B. Rast. 

a A. T. Guingnaver. 

Sycamore J. D. Allen. 

Ulmers R. M. Kearse. 

Van Wyck.. . . J. A. Hyatt. 

Watts G. S. Wilson. 

Virginia : 

Alberta Alberta Planing Mill. 

Bowers Hill.. .J. A. Price. 

Boykins No. Saw Mills. 

Bracey... . . . ,W. H. Shaw. 

S. H. Mosely. 

Burges I. C. Crawford. 

Butterworth. .Camp Manufacturing Co. 

u J. R. Beck. 

Carrsville Nansemond Lumber Co. 

u C.J. Bradshaw. 

Chester Perdue Lumber Co. 

Cochran J. B. Harrison. 

Dewitt Lewis & Lambert. 

u T. M. Davis. 

J. C. Crawford. 

Dinwiddie.. . .A. E. Richardson. 

" W. H. Williamson. 

" J. B. Olgers. 

Franklin Camp Manufacturing Co. 

Grandy G. A. Saunders, P. O. Forks- 

ville, Va. 
Handsome .... Grunway Mills. 

Kress G. W. Crump & Co. 

T. J. Shepherd. 

La Cross O. B. Cook. P. O. Portia, Va. 

McKenny W. R. McKenny. 

" Lewis & Lambert. 

u Vosburg Lumber Co. 

Newsoms Newsoms Lumber Co. 

Norfolk G. S. Briggs & Co. 

Petersburg... .Appomattox Box Shook Co. 

" Petersburg Rim & Veneer Co. 

u Petersburg Excelsior Co. 

" Petersburg Builders Sup. Co. 

Portsmouth. . Phillips Mahoney, Inc. 
Purvis J. T. Winburne, P. O. Buck- 
horn, Va. 

John Ashburn, P. O. Myrtle, 

Va. 

Skelton W. A. Perkinson. 

W. T. Rickman. 

■ G. A. Saunders. 

D. R. Temple. 

T. H. Smelly & Bro. 

T. H. Dugger. 

Suffolk Montgomery Lumber Co. 

" Nansemond Lumber Co. 

" Crocker Brinkley Lum. Co. 

" Seaboard Planing Mill. 

Dill, Cramer, Truitt Corp. 



LUMBER MILLS -Continued. 
Seaboard Air Line Railway — Continued. 
Virginia: 

Suffolk A. J. Chessom 

It. P. Philhower. 

Suffolk Wood Works. 

" Ramsey & Wills. 

" I. II. Keene. 

Warfield C. P. Abernuthv 

W. W. Worsham. 

" Winn it Coleman. 

Aberdeen & Rockfish Railway. 
North Carolina: 

Fayetteville. .. W. McK,, Monroe Saw Mill. 

Racford Beers &. Rommig Lumber Co. 

" Racford Lumber Co. 

Apalachicola Northern Railroad. 
Florida : 

Apalachicola. .Bay City Saw Mill Co. 

" Cypress Lumber Co. 

" Gulf Manufacturing Co. 

Hosford Graves Lumber Co. 

Port St. Joe. . .Florida Timber Products Co. 

Tilton Jackson River Lumber Co. 

Vilas Southern Hardwood Mfg. Co. 

Atlanta, Birmingham & Atlantic Railway. 
Alabama: 

Abanda R. T. Whittaker. 

Argyle J. B. Turner. 

Bruce Cate Lumber Co. 

" Empire Shingle Co. 

Chandler Spgs. Brandon Lumber Co. 

" Candle & Jones. 

" J. C. Harris. 

J. W. King. 

Phillips Shingle Co. 

" R. G. Spearman. 

Thack Phillips. 

M. C. Upchureh. 

W. B. Wallace. 

" D. A. Young. 

Chelsea Jackson & Tiney Lum. Co. 

" J. M. Nivens. 

J. B. Turner. 

" Watson Lumber Co. 

Cragford Dyer & Walker. 

S. R. McAlister. 

" Mitchell-Manning Lum. Co. 

Deerhurst Hale Bros. 

Erin . R. S. McWilliams. 

Harpcrsville . .Tumblim Lumber Co. 

Lineville Bazeman & Parker. 

C. W. Rogers. 

" Worthy Lumber Co. 

Malone S. J. Kirk. 

" Nixon Lumber Co. 

J. H. Riddle. 

Scotia W. T. Wray. 

" Childers & Turpin. 

" L. C. Gullahorne. 

" Hartfield Lumber Co. 

W. Ingal. 

Talladega Jackson-Tinney Lum. Co. 

" Talladega Lumber Co. 

Wadley C. M. Brown. 

T. C. Denney. 

" Marbury Lumber Co. 

" W. B. Thompson. 

Waldo Ridley Lumber Co. 

" Tenny Lumber Co. 

Watts Mill. . . .Formsby & Price. 

M. E. Watts. 

Westover J. W. Lawley. 

L. C. Moore. 

Atlantic & Western Railroad. 
North Carolina: 

Broadway. . . .Broadway Lumber Co. 

" J. B. Rosser. 

W. P. Steed. 

" Judson Thomas. 

" D. O. Harrington. 

G. T. Chandler. 

Greensboro. . .Pitts & Monroe. 

Jonesboro Makepeace Sash & Door Co. 

" L. J. Thomas. 

R No D 2 } A - A ' KelI y- 

Lillington John L. Roberts Lumber Co. 

W. T. Brown. 

" H. A. Buchanan. 

E. H. Alferd. 

W. H. Davis. 

Sanford Gunn Veneer & Lumber Co. 

Bennetsville & Cheraw Railroad. 
South Carolina: 

Bennetsville. .Scott Lumber Co. 
Blenheim, R. 

F. D. Tolar Bros. 



LUMBER MILLS - Continued. 
Bennetsville & Cheraw Railroad — Continued. 
South Carolina: 

Cheraw Hickson Lumber Co. 

Drake C. S. Whipple. 

" Keystone Lumber Co. 

Sellers Tilghman Lumber Co. 

Carolina, Churchfield & Ohio Railway. 

North Carolina: 

Collettsville. ..Globe Lumber Co. 

Gastonia Spencer Lumber Co. 

T. A. Henry. 

" LB. Atkinson. 

W. W. Howe. 

Granite Falls .11. C. Warlick. 

Warlick & Sherrill. 

T. U. Johnson. 

" Dudley Lumber Co. 

Hickory Hutton &, Bourbonnias. 

Hudson Lloyd Justice. 

Lenoir Wilson Lumber Co. 

" J. M. Bernhardt. 

W. B. Watson. 

" Wilson Lum. & Milling Co. 

W. H. Craddock. 

" Craddock Lumber Co. 

Lincolnton, 

R. F. D.Shrum & Beal. 

Lincolnton I. W. Keener. 

Maiden J. S. Campbell. 

J. A. Killian. 

Marion Beaman Lumber Co. 

Mortimer Rietr Lumber Co. 

" R. M. Ritter Lumber Co. 

Saw Mills John Jones. 

W. R. Icard. 

Charlotte Harbor & Northern Railway. 

Florida: 

Fort Green. . .Fort Lumber & Crate Co. 
Limestone.. . .Stidham & Hughes. 

Nocatee King Lumber Co. 

Pierce Pierce Phosphate Co. 

Chesterfield & Lancaster Railroad. 

South Carolina: 

Cheraw Wm. Godfrey & Co. 

Mt. Croghan. .C. C. Osborne Lumber Co. 

Ruby Griggs Bros. 

D. H. McGregor. 

Durham & Southern Railway. 

North Carolina: 

Angier R. D. Overby & Bro. 

" J. A. Williams & Bro. 

Apex Gilbert & Johnson. 

" Nevins & Flournoy. 

Barelayville. . . J. P. Stephens. 

Benson W. R. Denning. 

Carpenter Holly Spgs. Land & Imp. Co. 

C. F. Ferrell. 

M. H. Collins. 

Coats P. E. Pope. 

Duke H. V. Moulton. 

Dunn G. F. Pope. 

" Godard Lumber Co.. 

Fayetteville. ..T. G. McAlister. 
Holly Springs .G. B. Alford & Co. 

" Holly Spgs. Land & Imp. Co. 

Lakeview Bardner Bros. 

Flint River & Northeastern Railroad. 

Georgia: 

Cotton J. R. King. 

° C. B. Brim Lumber Co. 

Laney B. H. Dukes. 

Rogersville J. O. McElvey. 

Sale City S. L. Lewis. 

A. B. Shiver. 

D. H. Phillips. 

Smith's Siding. W. D. Smith. 

Terrace W. H. Bozeman & Sons. 

Georgia Coast & Piedmont Railroad. 

Georgia: 

52 Mile Siding. J. E. Long & Son. 

Alton Burns & Long. 

Beards Creek. L. F. Durrence. 

a H. B. Nasworthy. 

Darien Darien Saw Mill Co. 

" Hilton & Dodge. 

Glenville I. J. DeLoach. 

Goosepond. ... Mallard Bros. 

" Stafford Lumber Co. 

Hughland J. N. Smiley. 

Lvnn Dr. J. M. Hughes. 

M. P. No. 72. .0. H. Daniel & Bro. 
Weefannie .... W. H. Hughes. 



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List of Industries — Continued. 



LUMBER MILLS— Continued. 
Georgia Northern Railway. 
Georgia: 

Autrey ville . . . D. A. Autyre & Son. 

Barwick J. D. Holland. 

Doerun Charles Grurap. 

" Homer Bell. 

" Tyson Bros. 

" M. K. Paine. 

" Weedon & Sapp. 

lone R. H. Burgess. 

Oaklawn Headley Bros. 

Pavo J. H. Sherrod. 

J. B. Clements. 

u J. A. Sherrod. 

" Pavo Variety Works. 

Sigsbee Wiley Taylor. 

" Courtney Lumber Co. 

Sims Mill 47 

Mile Post.Briemer & Sims. 

Ticknor CO. Hix. 

22 Mile Post. .J. F. Hartsfield- 

Georgia Southern & Gulf Railway. 
Georgia: 

Philema E. M. Ferguson. 

Raines L. C. Whitfield. 

Smiths Lang & Rycrof t. 

Star Farm .... Boyd Pope. 
Williams J. L. Hancock. 

Georgia & Florida Railway. 
Georgia: 

Adel Adel Mfg. Co. 

u ....... Adel Variety Works. 

D. W. Cobb. 

Alston Sharpe & Sharpe. 

" Wra. Alwood & Son. 

Augusta Augusta Lumber Co. 

" People's Lumber Co. 

Perkins Mfg. Co. 

" Perkins Sash & Door Co. 

" Savannah Valley Lumber Co. 

" Woodward Lumber Co. 

Augusta, No.. Industrial Lumber Co. 

Barnesdale Barnes Lumber Co. 

T. H. T. Sutton. 

Bayhoro W. R. Prosser. 

Bemiss W. C. Pope. 

" J. A. Morgan. 

Blun J. M. Sherrod. 

Broxton Dorminev-Price Lumber Co. 

Charlottesville. A. P. & H. C. Thompson. 

" C. M. Thompson. 

" J. A. McSwain. 

Dees Weinkle Lumber Co. 

Denton J. F. Plexico. 

G. M. Walker. 

Douglas Ashley-Price Lumber Co. 

u Douglas Planing Mill. 

" Empire Novelty Works. 

Garfield James & Chapman. 

Garrant Garrant Lumber Co. 

Glory E. J. Kirkland. 

Gough Wm. Salter. 

u A. F. Pennington. 

Hazlehurst. . . . Vonderan Mfg. Co. 

Huffer Suddeth & Sheridon. 

Lawsons Cross- 
ing . .J. H. Higdon. 

Leliaton Gray Lumber Co. 

Luckte Luckie Lumber Co. 

Madison Madison Variety Works. 

W. Cobb Smith. 

Mays Adel Mfg. Co. 

Midville Pritchard-Higdon Lum. Co. 

" Washington Lumber Co. 

Modoc H. W. Kea. 

u S. J. McLendon. 

Moultrie Nace Lumber Co. 

Nashville A. L. Burnett. 

T. N. Peeples. 

G. N. Sutherland. 

u Pine Belt Lumber Co. 

T. H. Sutton. 

u Nashville Variety Works. 

Normantown. .Clark & Rockett. 

Oak Park L. A. Moseley. 

Olympia West Yellow Pine Co. 

Pinebloom . . ..Gray Lumber Co. 

Pineboro Webb & Jenkins. 

Pridgen J. L. Sapp. 

Roper Copeland Lumber Co. 

Sharps Spur. . Garbutt & Donovon. 

Sneeds W. N. Hall & Co. 

Sneed & Hall. 

Sparks T. J. Lowe & Son. 

" Harris & Co. 

Stevens Cr's'g. Sutton Lumber Co. 

Stillmore E. A. Edenfield. 

Suddeth Cr's'g. Lon Dickey Lumber Co. 
Summertown. Sutton Lumber Co. 



LUMBER MILLS— Continued. 
Georgia & Florida Railway— Continued. 
Georgia: 

Summertown. .J. E. Sherrod. 
Summit J. L. Roundtree. 

" Wallace & Jones. 

" M. M. Monroe. 

Swainsboro. . .Shawboro Planing Mill. 

Thrift L. A. Aaron. 

Uvalda H. J. Gibbs. 

D. W. & G. W. Golbreath. 

" W. A. Johnson. 

" J. J. McArthur. 

A. P. & H. C. Thompson. 

Valdosta J. N. Bray & Son. 

" Fender Lumber Co. 

" J. M. Youngblood. 

Vidalia Jenkins Lumber Co. 

Weber. A. L. Burnett. 

White Gaskin & Peeples. 

Whites W. H. Bishop. 

Live Oak, Perry & Gulf Railroad. 
Florida: 

Alton Standard Lumber Co. 

Boyd Econfena Lumber Co. 

Dowling Park -Park Lumber Co. 
Fenholloway . .Gulf Yellow Pine Co. 
Hampton Spgs. Rock Creek Lumber Co. 
Perry Lewis & Brogden. 

" Perry Manufacturing Co. 

" The Taylor County Lum. Co. 

Ocala Northern Railroad. 
Florida: 

Fort McCoy.. Rentz Lumber Co. 

Rodman Rodman Lumber Co. 

Silver Springs .E. P. Rentz & Sons. 

Ocilla Southern Railroad. 
Georgia: 

Alapaha Barfield-Erminger Lum. Co. 

Gladys Dorminey & Fletcher. 

Ocilla Henderson Lumber Co. 

Raleigh & Charleston Railroad. 
South Carolina: 

Lumberton. . . .Kingsdale Lumber Co. 

Marion Bell Lumber Co. 

May C. E. Snipes & Bro. 

S. Marion D. O. Anderson Lumber Co. 

W. Marion Marion County Lumber Co. 

Randolph & Cumberland Railway. 

North Carolina: 

Cameron Cameron Lumber Co. 

R. B. McDonald. 

" McLauchlin-Turnlev Lum. 

Co. 

Carthage John L. Currie. 

Greensboro. . .Pennsylvania Lumber Co. 

Hemp D. H. Horner. 

McConnell. ... McConnell Lumoer Co. 

u Eli Maness. 

R. T. Fields. 

Putnam A. W. Tillman. 

Roanoke River Railway. 

North Carolina: 

Drewry E. H. Havman & Son. 

C. D. Riggan. 

Townsvilte South Hill Mfg. Co. 

u J. L. Joyce. 

" J. P. Joyce. 

" S. R. Adams. 

.E. O. Tavlor. 

W. H. Greenlee. 

E. G. Knott. 

W. O. Wyckoff. 

" L. J. Harris. 

Savannah & Southern Railroad. 
Georgia: 

Ellabclle W. L. Spier & Sons. 

Letford W. G. Tuten. 

Pembroke W, W. Parish. 

Willie Willie Lumber Co. 

W. J. Baum & Sons. 

Zach Futch. 

Savannah & Statesboro Railroad. 

Georgia: 

Aaron C. B. Aaron. 

Areola Zickgraff Lumber Co. 

Brooklet Shearwood Lumber Co. 

a J. W. Robertson. 

N. E. Howard. 

Canoochee.. . .Clark Bros. 

" Clark & Roundtree. 

Colfax P. H. Akerman. 

Garfield Jones «fc Chapman. 

Grimshaw. . . .A. J. Waters. 



LUMBER MILLS— Continued. 
! Savannah & Statesboro Railroad — Continued. 
Georgia: 

Helmy D. B. Helmy. 

Statesboro J. J. E. Anderson. 

" Enoch Smith. 

Summertown. .Sutton Lumber Co. 

South Georgia Railway. 
Florida: 

Boyd Weaver Loughridge Lum. Co. 

Greenville J. S. Bettes Co. 

* Union Manufacturing Co. 

Georgia: 

Adel Adel Lumber Co. 

Baden Jno. R. Thompson. 

Quitman Interstate Lumber Co. 

" South Georgia Lumber Co. 

Shore Shore Lumber Co. 

Tampa & Gulf Coast Railroad. 
Florida: 

Gulf Pine Lyon Lumber Co. 

Tampa & Jacksonville Railway. 
Florida: 

Fairfield John Smoak. 

Goaham E. D. Abernathy, 

u James Reynolds. 

Irvine Irvine Crate & Basket Co. 

Warrenton Railroad. 
North Carolina: 

Warrenton... .Carolina Basket Bottom Co. 

Pridgin Mfg. Co. 

8 Wimbro Ward & Co. 

J. L. Tucker. 

" Stumpage Lumber Co. 

MATTRESS AND BED SPRING 
FACTORIES. 
Alabama: 

Birmingham. .Birmingham Mattress Co. 

u Faultless Mattress Co. 

" Perfection Mattress Co. 

Montgomery. . Montgomery Mattress Co. 
" Dixie Cotton Oil Co. 

Florida: 

Jacksonville.. .Florida Bed Co. 

Tampa Florida Mattress Co. 

" Seminole Mattress Co. 

Georgia: 

Athens Athens Mattress & Spring 

Bed Co. 

■ Georgia Mattress Co. 

Atlanta Atlanta Mattress Co. 

u Eagle Mattress Co. 

Hirsch Spitz Mfg. Co. 

* Jackson Orr Co. 

Meaders Rogers Mfg. Co. 

Metzger Mattress Co. 

■ Southern Spring Bed Co. 

Goldstein Cunningham Spr. 

Bed Co. 

" Troutman Mattress Co. 

Columbus Cooper Mattress Mig. Co. 

" J. L. B. Johnson. 

Savannah J. R. Dooner. 

" Rhudy Mattress Co. 

* Savannah Upholstering <& 

Sanitary Bedding Co. 

■ Savannah Mattress Co. 

North Carolina: 

Durham Durham Mattress Works. 

Louisburg Stovall Mattress Co. 

Raleigh Raleigh Mattress Works. 

Rockingham.. Leak, Wall & McRae. 

Wilmington.. .Hanover Mattress Co. 
South Carolina: 

Columbia Columbia Mattress Works. 

Virginia: 

Norfolk Norfolk Mattress Co. 

E. C. Threadcraft. 

Petersburg. .. .J. A. Green. 

Portsmouth.. .J. C. Liggan. 

" Renn. Davis & Co. 

■ Prentis Park Mattress Co. 

J. C. Howell. 

Richmond.. . .Dixie Mattress Co. 

u Sydnor & Hundley, Inc. 

" James River Furniture & 

Mattress Co. 
" Jacob Umlauf. 

NAVAL STORES. 
Florida: 

Archer W. Venable 

Aucilla Aucilla Lumber Mfg. Co. 

Bronson Bronson Lumber Mfg. Co 

Bushnell J. H. Moore. 



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List of Industries — Continued. 



NAVAL STORES— Continued. 
Florida: 

Callahan P. A. Wilson. 

Callahan Turp. Co. 

Dallas Mayo Turpentine Co. 

Dunnellon ... Holder & Melntoah. 

S. W. Petteway. 

" Bunnells & Holder. 

" Coeawitch & Van Bracke. 

S. W. Peelman & Co. 

C. E. Poe. 

Ellzey Ellzey Naval Stores Co. 

D. S. Graham. 

Fernandina.. .Standard Naval Stores Co. 
Gainesville. .. .J. D. Stringfellow. 

* Stringfellow & Ganey. 

" Williamson Chemical Co. 

Greenville. . . .Dundee Navel Stores Co. 
Hampton Hampton Turp. Co. 

■ Parker & Williams. 

Inverness Fla. Naval & Land Stores Co. 

Jacksonville.. .American Naval Stores Co. 

" Consolidated Nav. Str. Co. 

u Naval Stores W'house Co. 

" Peninsular Naval Stores Co. 

Kalon Wynn & Harris. 

Lawtey Bos tic & Herley Co. 

McClenny ... . R. Powers. 
Madison Sullivan & Shaw. 

* J. J. Palmer. 

" Madison Naval Stores Co. 

C. W. Lindon. 

" Enterprise Co. 

Meredith J. L. Medlin. 

Montbrook. , .Wekiva Naval Stores Co. 
Monticello.. . .Dan Mallory. 

T. C. Bryan. 

Morrison D. B. Morrison. 

Olustee Boyd & Gibbons. 

Parrish West & Davis. 

River June J. O. Russ. 

Sanderson. . . .Punith & Stucky Co. 
St. Catherine . Fussell & Berinean. 

Tavares Tavares Turp. Co. 

Tiftone Sauer Boyd & Co. 

Watertown. . . D. H. McCaskey & Co. 

Williston C. Hinson. 

Woodville G. W. Rhodes. 

" Reese & Rhodes. 

" J. A. McLaurens. 

Georgia : 

Collins G.J. Jordan. 

" W. J. Morgan. 

Columbus Shepherd & Allen. ( 1) 

Daisy A. L. Tippen. 

W. B. D. Looch. 

■ John Rogers. 

Fitzgerald . . . R. V. Handley. 
Glenwood B. R. Benton. 

" C. A. Moses. 

Helena J. W. Haden & Co. 

Kingsland. . . .Camden Naval Stores Co. 

Ocilla R. Henderson & Co. 

" A. L. Nobles. 

E. E. Vickera. 

Ohoopee H. T. Newton. 

J. S. Herrin. 

Rochelle R. H. Lee & Co. 

Savannah Chestnutt & O'Neill. 

Flynn, Harris, Bullard Co. 

" Sou. States Naval Stores Co. 

■ Consol. Naval Stores Co. 

" Carson Naval Stores Co. 

" Producers Naval Stores Co. 

* Hunter, Pearce & Battey. 

' Baldwin & Lewis. 

* Peninsular Naval Stores Co., 

Exporters. 

" London-Savannah Naval 

Stores Co. 

' Jas. Farie, Jr. 

" Busch & Jolles. 

Jno. W. Walsh. 

T. T. Chapeau's Sons. 

Standard Oil Co. 

O. T. Bourne & Co. 

* Columbia Naval Stores Co. 

■ Antwerp Naval Stores Co. 

" Rosin, Turpentine Exp. Co. 

' Standard Naval Stores Co. 

" Hussey & O'Connor. 

J. D. Weed & Co. 

Seville Taylor & Hendricks. (2) 

North Carolina: 

Bladenboro. . . Bridger Co. 

" Bladenboro Ragat Store. 

Vass J. H. Leslie. 

Wilmington.. .Columbia Naval Stores Co. 

■ Matthew J. Heyer. 

* Huggins Naval Stores Co. 

W. A. Martin & Co. 



NAVAL STORES— Continued. 
North Carolina: 

Wilmington.. .Geo. L. Martin Co. 
u D. McEachern Co. 

South Carolina: 

Cheraw M. W. Duvall. 

Columbia W.J. Keenan. 

" Lorick & Lawrence. 

(1) P. O. Cusseta, Ga. 

(21 P. O. Cordele. Ga., R. F. D. 



OYSTERS, FISH, ETC. 
Alabama: 

Birmingham. .Alabama Fish Co. 

" Balsam & Sons. 

" Ford & Son. 

* H. Goodman. 

* Goodman & Bailey. 

" J. Herman. 

A. A. Hughes & Co. 

■ Milas Martin. 

■ John Nichols. 

* W. T. Bryant. 

■ Square Deal Fish Market. 

Coal City Chas. Rayburn. 

Montgomery. . Sandwich & Co. 

" Griffin Tatum. 

" Meehan & Morris. 

M. Strauss & Co. 

Florida: 

Apalachicola . .Ruge Bros. Canning Co. 

Apopka B. M. Hawthorne. 

Cedar Key. . . . W. R. Hodges. 

... A. W. Johnson Gulf Fishery. 

Jacksonville. .. Florida Fish Co. 

Live Oak Live Oak Fish & Oyster Co . 

McClenny ... . B. Mason. 

Mulberry J. W. Sykes. 

Oneco Johnson Helens. 

Sarasota Paul Thompson. 

" Goethe Bros. 

Tampa Jno. Savarise. 

H L. J. Jones. 

Woodville Lewis & Son. 

Georgia: 

Athens Athens Parlor Market. 

" Adams Market. 

" Athens Market. 

C. C. Bridges. 

" J. H. Patman. 

" J. Van Straaten. 

Atlanta Fulton Market Co. 

A. M. Moon. 

Norfolk Fish Co. 

" Georgia Fish Co. 

Columbus A. Spano. 

8 Frank D. Giglio. 

Miller & Co. 

Savannah Aprea Fish Co. 

Fant Fish Co. 

Forest City Fish Co. 

" Geo. W. Lowden. 

" L. P. Maggioni & Co. 

Savannah Fish & Oyster Co. 

J. F. Sullivan. 

Tybee Fish Co. 

Varn & Piatt. 

C. N. Matthews & Son. 

North Carolina: 

Charlotte Portsmouth Fish Co. 

Raleigh Britton Pearce. 

G. L.Warren. 

Wilmington.. ,W. H. Yopp. 

* Ocean Fisheries Co. 

■ Wilmington Fish Co. 

J. A. Nixon & Co. 

J. B. Gales. 

South Carolina: 

Blaney E. W. Flaherty. 

Columbia Columbia Fish & Ice Co. 

Caldwell Fish Co. 

Terry Fish Co. 

Virginia: 

Norfolk J. D. Armstrong Co. 

W. S. Bensten & Co. 

W. L. Chase & Co. 

Edward R. Clarke. 

W. J. Crosby & Co. 

R. R. Higgins Co. 

" E. A. Hitchings & Co. 

■ Hopkins Oyster Co. 

Jno W. Kemp. 

* Jno. R. Lawrence. 

J. H. Miles & Co. 

" Mrs. Pearl Russell. 

J. T. White & Co. 



OYSTERS, FISH, ETC.— Continued. 
Virginia: 

Norfolk G. A. Bozman <fc Co. 

" Jno. W. Buchanan & Sons. 

* Eastern Fish Co. 

" Feursteing <k Co. 

■ Louis Feurstein &. Co. 

* M. Gregory & Son. 

J. T. Holland & Son. 

S. S. Keeling & Co. 

" Arthur Turner. 

Stevena William Fish Co. 

E. W. Browne. 

Suffolk W. N. Aeege & Co. 

Portsmouth.. .Feurstein & Co. 

" Wainwright-Ayera-Carroll 

Co. 

■ Fass Isaac. 

PACKING HOUSES. 
(Fruit and Vegetables. ) 
Florida: 

Anthony H. A. Meadows. 

Apopka B. M. Hawthorne. 

Bartow J. R. Davis. 

Bradentown . . .E. B. Rood. 

Bushnell W. F. Noble 

Ellen town W. H. Brown. 

C P. Fuller. 

Gainesville. ... F. D. Warner 

C. A. Catclough. 

Inverness D. S. Fitz. 

Island Grove. . Isluid Grove Packing House 
" J. R. Williams Orange Pack- 
ing House. 

W. R. Brice Packing House. 

" Brice & Ensign Pkg. House. 

" Fairbanks Est. Pkg. House. 

Jas. G. Glass Pkg. House. 

Jacksonville . .Cudahy Picking Co. 

Leesburg Chase & Company 

S. J. Sligh & Co.' 

Manatee Chase & Co. 

" Manatee Citrus Growers 

Assn. 

Orlando S. J. Sligh & Co. 

" Chase & Co. 

D. P. Phillips. 

Parrish Gellett & Parrish. 

M. C Parrish. 

■ Lamb Youngblood. 

Plant City J. W. Simmons. 

" Florida Citrus Exchange. 

Wiggins, E. W. 

" Thomas Bros. 

' Mays & Cain. 

" Toe Thomas. 

Plymouth Plymouth Cit. Growers Asan. 

Sarasota Sarasota Cit. Groweis Assn. 

Sidney Sidney Packing House. 

Summerfield. .Carney Investment Co. 
Tampa Tampa Citrus Packing Co. 

" McRee Packing Co. 

G. W. Judy & Co. 

■ Crenshaw Bros. & Saffold. 

Winter Park. .S. J. Sligh & Co. 

Georgia: 

Atlanta T. F. Goodwyn & Co. 

Elberton Nick Salois. 

" Duke Charlotte. 

Helena J. M. Townes. 

North Carolina: 

Laurinburg. . .Look & Perkins. 

Oxford Dames & Contos. 

" Sizemore Bros. 

Taylor Bros. 

PAINT AND VARNISH MFRS. 
Alabama: 

Ensley Barrett Mfg. Co. 

Florida: 

Jacksonville.. .Dozier Gay Paint Co. 

Tampa The Gulf City Painting & 

Decorating Co. 
Georgia: 

Athens Baugh Produce Co. 

" Athens Fruit Co. 

Atlanta F. J. Cooledge & Son. 

" United Paint & Supply Co. 

" Dozier Gay Paint Co. 

Pittsburg Plate Glass Co. 

* Parian Paint Co. 

■ Jos. Dixon Crucible Co. 

■ Georgia Paint & Glass Co. 

Tripod Paint Co. 

North Carolina: 

Wilmington.. . Atl. Paint & Var. Wks., Ino. 
W. A. Martin & Co. 



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List of Industries — Continued. 



PAINT AND VARNISH MFRS.— Cont. 
Virginia: 

Norfolk Jenkins Paint & Oil Co. 

" Mathews Bros. 

Petersburg W. W. Hines & Co. 

" .I.E. Hargrove. 

Richmond. . . .The Alcatraz Co. 

" Atlantic Varnish Works. 

u Varni Shine Polish Co., Inc. 

" B. M. Anderson & Co. 

R. McC. Bullington Co. 

The Philip Carey Co. 

PAPER MANUFACTURERS. 

Alabama: 

Birmingham. . Birmingham Paper & Box Co. 
Montgomery. . Brown Printing Co. 

u Mercantile Paper Co. 

" Paragon Press. 

Florida: 

Jacksonville. . .Florida Paper Co. 
Tampa Peninsular Paper Co. 

Georgia: 

Atlanta Atlanta Envelope Co. 

" Atlanta Paper Co. 

A. P. W. Paper Co. 

* Consolidated Paper Co. 

* Continental Paper Co. 

" National Paper Co. 

United Paper Co. 

■ Dunbar & Sewell. 

" International Paper Co. 

" Empire Printing & Box Co. 

* .' . Atlanta Box Factory. 

■ Hirschburg Broa. 

■ Montag Bros. 

S. P. Richards Co. 

Whitaker Paper Co. 

■ Louisville Paper Co. 

Columbus Wolfson Tray Co. 

North Carolina: 

Weldon Paper Products Co. 

Virginia : 

Richmond. . . .Albemarle Paper Mfg. Co. 

Bedford Pulp & Paper Co. 

" Eagle Paper Co. 

" Halifax Paper Corp. 

" Linton Coated Paper Co. 

" Manchester Board & Paper 

Co. 

" Manchester Paper & Twine 

Co. 

" Richmond Corrugated Paper 

Co. 

" Richmond Paper Mfg. Co. 

Standard Paper Mfg. Co. 

PEANUT SHIPPERS. 
Alabama: 

Montgomery. .Brinaen & McCabe. 

Florida: 

Anthony T. A. Lane. 

E. L. Howell. 

■ Pastern & Johnson. 

Bronson Bronaon Peanut Co. 

Greenville W. B. Scott Co. 

Williston Williston Peanut Co. 

" L. D. Abercrombie. 

" A. M. Anderson. 

" W. H. Anderson. 

W. M. Barton. 

C. W. Bayer. 

M. D. Clancy. 

" J. B. Epperson. 

u G. E. Hammond. 

E. S. Mixson. 

D. B. Tyner. 

D. E. Williams. 

G. M. Willis. 

Georgia: 

Richland F. A. Bush Co. 

North Carolina: 

Garvs G. E. Ransom. 

" W. H. Camp. 

J. B. Callier. 

J. E. & J. A. Suiter. (1) 

" J. A. Hawks. 

Keeford W. H. Brown. 

J. E. Tyler. 

Littleton Eugene Johnson. 

Littleton Feed & Gro. Co. 

Louisburg McKinne Bros. Co. 

Roxobel CD. Peele. 

Wddon Carolina Peanut Co. 

Wilmington. . . A. E. Blake. 

W. A. McGirt A Co. 

W. B. Cooper. 

The B. F. Mitchell Co. 



PEANUT SHIPPERS— Continued. 
North Carolina: 

Wilmington.. . D. L. Gore. 

" J. S. Funches & Co. 

Youngaville. . .E. T. Aaford. 

Virginia : 

Bovkina W. W. White. 

R. M. Knight & Bro. 

Branchville. . .E. M. Harris. 

W. R. Sykes. 

J. Z. Bolton. 

" J. Davis Woodard. 

" Meherrin Farm. 

Burgess Burgess Peanut Co. 

Dinwiddie. . . .Harris & Hargrove. 

Franklin Pretlow Peanut Co. 

* Franklin Peanut Co. 

Bain & Co. 

' •- W. H. Jenkins. 

J. M. Story. 

J. P. Gay. 

" A. S. Johnson. 

Newsoms Newsoms Supply Co. 

" J. H. Channing. 

Darden Hdw. Co. 

Norfolk American Peanut Corp. 

" Columbian Peanut Co. 

J. A. Pope & Co. 

" Old Dominion Peanut Co. 

" Bosman & Lohman. 

" Bain Peanut Co. 

Petersburg.. . .Dixie Peanut Co. 

" Mortimer Williams. 

J. B. Worth Co. 

" Columbian Peanut Co. 

Suffolk Suffolk Peanut Co. 

" John King Peanut Co. 

" Pope Peanut Co. 

" Bain Peanut Co. 

" Columbian Peanut Co. 

" Lumis & Co. 

Warfield W. A. Cheele. 

A. C. Shoat. 

(1) P. O. Garyeburg, N. C. 



PHOSPHATE MINES. 
Florida : 

Buda Franklin Phos. Mining Co. (1) 

" Mutual Mining Co. (2) 

Dunnellon f. Buttgenbach & Co. 

* Camp Phosphate Co. 

" Dunnellon Phosphate Co. 

Gainesville. . . . Dutton Phosphate Co. (3) 
Inverness Holder Phosphate Co. 

" Southern Phos. & Dev. Co. 

Mulberry Prarie Pebble Phos. Co. 

Export Phos. Co. 

* Phosphate Min. Co. 

" . .' Florida Mining Co. 

Ocala Buttenboch & Co. 

C. S. Cullen. 

" Camp Phosphate Co. 

" Southern Phosphate Co. 

Plant City. . . .Coronet Phosphate Co. 

Starke Starke Phosphate Co. 

Williston Williston Phoaphate Co. 

(1) P. O. Newberry. Fla. 

(2) P. O. Savannah. Ga. 

(3) Office only. 

(4) P. O. Coronet, Fla. 



PRODUCE DEALERS. 

Commission Merchants. 
Alabama: 

Birmingham. .Allen & Co. 

Fulton B. Clark. 

S. F. Carneliua & Co. 

" Guice Bros. (Brokers). 

R. T. Camphill & Co. 

* Chas. A. Joses & Co. 

■ W. L. Murdock Brokerage 

Co. 

* Myatt & Lawson Brokerage. 

" McCarty Ormond Brokerage 

Co. 

M. C. McGee. 

" Napier Brokerage Co. 

■ Pankey Davis Brokerage Co. 

" Joseph B. Poole. 

C. M. McMahon Bros. 

H. E. Shropshire & Sons. 

1 Spurgeon & Dozier. 

■ Beitch & Simpson. 

* Winecoff & Adams. 

T. O. Melton. 

" Douglass Bros. 

F. F. Norton & Son. 



PRODUCE DEALERS. 
Commission Merchants — Continued. 
Alabama: 

Birmingham. .Bell Rogers Produce Co. 
" Marshall Jordan Keith. 

■ Greek American Produce Co. 

" Copeland Produce Co. 

W. F. Donovan. 

B. B. Hudson. 

" Fearn & Co. 

■ Kelly Martin Produce Co. 

■ Lanza Bros. 

" J. B. Monroe. 

" Price Produce Co. 

Steel City Produce Co. 

■ Union Produce Co. 

W. B. Deal. 

Wade Bros. 

Ensley Pippin Bros. 

W. B. Veal & Co. 

Montgomery. . West & Livingston. 

U. P. Wilcox. 

" Montgomery Fruit & Prod- 
uce Co. 

J. D. Wade & Son. 

Haas Phillips Produce'Co. 

" Weil Livingston. 

" Thos. Howe. 

Florida: 

Jacksonville.. .American Produce Co. 
" Atlas Produce Co. 

A. S. Baker & Co. 

Chase & Co. 

Crutchfield & Woolfolk. 

" ..:.... Walter Hopkins. 

* J. J. Logan & Co. 

u Marx Bros. 

Thoa. Moore & Sons. 

" Mooney & Co. 

" J.I. Munoz. 

" C. E. Pepperday. 

H. C. Schrader & Co. 

Terrence Produce Co. 

u Warren. Fitch & Co. i 

D. G. Wheeler & Co. 

Wilson & Parker. 

Leesburg W. F. Bozman. 

" A. L. Bourley. 

u Lee Bros. 

J. C. Lee. 

" J. J. Kennedy. 

O. L. Fuasell. 

G. V. Spivey. 

W. L. Pemble. 

B. F. Watts. 

Madiaon J. A. Weaaon. 

* J. K. Bunting. 

A. L. Vain. 

" B. G. Warring. 

Maxville J. Speer. 

Ocala S. A. Mose & Bro. 

Otter Creek. ..J. G. Harrold. 

" Gulf Hammock Ranch Co. 

Quincy Geo. W. McKeown. 

■ .Julian Howard. 

St. Catherines. R. Fussell. 

W. C. Parker. 

u W. D. Matchett. 

Tampa Avery & Gunn. 

" Bonacker Bros. 

" Crenshaw Bros. & Saffold. 

H. B. Dunn. 

Jart, E. H. 

G. W. Judv Co. 

J. H. Preston & Co. 

H. T. Montgomery & Co. 

" Fla. Citrus Exchange. 

D. F. Kerr Co. 

" Marchesseau, R. 

" Moodv & Co. Produce'Co. 

R. B. McKenick. 

" Tampa Produce.Co. 

Georgia: 

Albany Albany Produce Co. 

■ Joe Yesbik. 

" Miller Grocery Co. 

Atlanta W. W. Anderson & Son. 

S. W. Bacon. 

" J. J. Barnes-Fain Co. 

C. J. Baisden & Co. 

R. W. Cameron & Co. 

" Cotton States Fruit Produca 

Co. 
" F. S. Cox & Son. 

Dixie Fruit & Produce Co. 

Fidelity Fruit & Produce Co. 

" Fugazzi & Co. 

Gate Citv Fruit & Prod. Co. 

T. F. Goodwyn & Co. 

" Imperial Fruit Co. 

" Lowry Fruit & Produce Co. 



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List of Industries — Continued. 



PRODUCE DEALERS. 
Commission Merchants — Continued. 

Georgia: 

Atlanta MeCullough Bros. 

" J.J. Payne. 

■ Porter Bros. 

■ Roberts & Jameson. 

" Sewell Commission Co. 

* Southern Produce Co. 

" M. S. Suluninus. 

Stokes Brokerage Co. 

Tolbert & Phillips. 

W. R. Turner. 

" Turner Bros. 

- West Bros. 

Wight-Davis Co. 

Williams-Thompson Co. 

" A. H. Branderhorst. 

Gailmard & West. 

E. B. Stuart Co. 

Columbus Columbus Produce Co. 

E. M. Averett. 

J. T. Pearce. 

E. L. Stanley. 

Cordele M. A. Pridgen & Co. 

Dawson Roberts-Woll Co. 

Fitzgerald. . . . H. B. & C. S. Isler. 

Savannah Brennan & Co. 

Sol. Sheftall & Bro. 

" Cassels Co. 

" Skeffington & Browne. 

" Grantham Produce Co. 

" J. L. Brudereau & Co. 

* Holmes & Co. 

■ E. A. Silvera. 

■ J. E. Manucy. 

■ M. C. Tobias. 

* J. J. Horrigan. 

" Greek-American Fruit Co. 

H. H. Bradley & Co. 

« R. F. Browder. 

" Jas. Fleming. 

■ Kavanaugh & Co. 

■ Jos. Gorham. 

B. O. O'Neal & Co. 

■ Beckman & Johnson. 

W. D. Simkins & Co. 

■ Haas Guthman Co. 

Wolf Miller. 

■ L. Putzel. 

Vidalia Vidalia Commission Co. 

G. N. Matthews & Sons. 

North Carolina: 

Charlotte R. H. Field Co. 

J. W. Zimmerman & Co. 

J. I. Blakely. 

J. A. Clinard. 

Bridgers & Co. 

R. M. Whealton & Co. 

H. G. Link. 

Southern Fruit Co. 

° Piedmont Fruit Co. 

Councils Squires, Hobbs, Grimsley Co. 

Durham Chandler Produce Co. 

■ Droughan & Ferrell. 

■ Crocket & Nathan. 

Elmore McLeon & Gibson. 

Hamlet Sydnor & Clarke. 

" Hamlet Commission Co. 

Laurinburg. . . J. S. McDuffie. 

Louisburg P. A. Reavis Co. 

Monroe Winchester & Futch. 

• Henderson-Snyder Co. 

Oxford Sizemore Bros. 

Raleigh W. L. Brodgen Co. 

R. W. King. 

Rutherfordt'n.J. L. Allen. 

Wadesboro H. H. McKeithan. 

Wilmington.. .C. B. Bellois. 

Carolina Produce Co. 

City Market Produce Co. 

The Corbett Co. 

J. S. Funchess & Co. 

CD. Gilbert. 

Winstead Produce Co. 

Penton & Davis. 

W. J. Rickham Co. 

W. J. Meredith. 

R. B. Moore. 

S. J. Sidbury & Co. 

Wilmington Produce Co. 

Youngville W. R. Winston. 

South Carolina: 

Clinton Milling Grocery Co. 

■ Merchants Wholesale Co. 

Columbia C. C. Pearce & Co. 

■ E. M. Dupre Co. 

• C. I. Cromer. 

" Young & Germany. 

■ M. B. Dupre Co. 

• E. L. Reeves Co. 



PRODUCE DEALERS, 

Commission Merchants — Continued. 
South Carolina: 

Greenwood. . . Gresham, Speer & Gilbert. 

" Greenwood Fruit Co. 

" Schraeder & Gamble. 

Virginia: 

Norfolk Addison Bros. 

. . . .James Alexander. 

. . . .Jasper M. Aydlett. 

.... Baydush Fruit & Prod. Co. 

W. D. Bethell & Co. 

E. H. Brandh & Co. 

. . . .H. A. Brown &. Co. 

Wm. S. Dardeu. 

. . . .Darden & Rives. 
. . . .Geo. W. Dawes. 
. . . .Portius Deming. 

R. H. Dixon & Co. 

D. Etheredhe & Co. 

. . . .Farant & Smith. 
. . . .E. S. Ferguson. 
. . . .Henry T. Garrard. 

R. S. Goodwin & Co. 

. . . .Grandy Bros., Inc. 
. . . .Walter S. Green. 
. . . .Percy D. Halstead. 

Hubbard & Co. 

. . . .Wm. E. Hudgins. 

. . . . Jarvis & Fentress. 

. . . . A. E. Johnson & Co. 

. . . .S. J. Kennedy. 

. . . .McKimmey Bros. & Co. 

. . . .Wm. L. Newton. 

.... Norfolk Produce Co. 

. . . .Norfolk Truckers Exch., Inc. 

S. T. Nye & Co. 

Odell Bros. 

R. O. Odom & Co. 

S. A. D. Parker & Co. 

P. W. Paxson. 

.... Reed & Brooks. 

Phillips & Co. 

. . . .Porter & Stephenson. 
. . . .C. A. Roane & Co. 
. . . . Cbaa. R. Robertson. 
. . . .Rountree, Holland & Co. 

W. B. Shafer. 

Slade & Co. 

. . . .Southern Fruit & Prod. Co. 
. . . .Southern Produce Co. 
... .J. H. Spivey. 

C. S. Stephens. 

C. H. Sullivan. 

. . . .Thoa. C. Vanderberry. 
. . . . Jno. L. Walker. 
. . . .E. Luther Whitehurst. 
. . . .Winborne & Co. 
. . . .Lloyd J. Winder. 
W. J. Wright. 

.Harwell Brothers. 

.J. W. Beaton & Sons. 

,T. A. Bunting. 

.Nichols & White. 

. Southern Produce Exchange. 

,C. E. Colbert. 

,H. L. Privitt. 

.Jno. A. Ahem. 

. Blalock Fruit & Prod. Co. 

. Barnev Bowman. 

.Whitmell C. Boyd. 

.Capitol Commission Co. 

.H. T. Cobb & Co. 

.Crovo & Crenshaw. 

.C. W. Crowder & Bro. 

. E. W. Evans Co. 

.Evans & Sharp. 

.Frazer & Tompkina. 

,E. L. Frost & Co. 

.Wm. F. Gravins &. Co. 

. Hazelgrove & Co. 

.P. A. Heindl & Co. 

.J. A. Heisler's Sons. 

.O. D. Howard & Co. 

.Hudson & Tucker. 

.Jno. F. Jacob & Co. 

.Wm. Jenkina & Son. 

.Felix M. Jonea, Jr. 

.Levy Commission Co., Inc. 

,T. A. Luck & Bro. 

. Wm. M. Luck. 

. McCabe Commission Co., 
Inc. 

.J. D. Mclntire & Co. 

.Geo. M. McMinn & Co. 

. Montgomery & Co. 

. Montgomery & White & Co. 

.L. Neale & Co., Inc. 

.S. F. Padgett & Co. 

.J. C. Page & Co. 

.Phillips Fruit & Prod. Co. 

.John T. Powers Co., Inc. 



PRODUCE DEALERS, 

Commission Merchants —Continued. 



Virginia : 



i; 



Petersburg. . 
Portsmouth. 



Richmond. . 



hmond. . . . Robinson & Co. 

Sigourney & Fardon, Inc. 

Simrjaon Bass & Co. 

Robt. M. Smith Co. 

W. W. Spratlev & Co. 

C. E. Sydnor & Co. 

Taylor Waller & Son. 

Wm. Temple Co- 

Robt. W. Walker. 

Wm. Walker. 

David Wallerstein & Co. 

Joseph Wallerstein Co. 

Saml. Wallerstein. 

Wesley &. Co. 

L. S. Whitmore&Co. 

Edw. R. Winfree & Co., Ino. 

. . Woodfin & Scott. 

. . Woodaon-Craig Co., Inc. 
Suffolk W. R. Cross & Co. 



QUARRIES. 
Alabama: 

Montgomery. . Alabama Marble Quarries. 
E. C. Ramage & Co. 

Florida: 

Jacksonville.. Wm. F. Miller. 

Tampa Turner Marble & Granite Co. 

" Crystal River Rock Co. 

" Tampa Monument Works. 

Georgia: 

Carteisville. . . Ladd Lime & Stone Co. 

Elberton Elberton Granite Corp. 

Oglesby Broad River Granite Corp. 

Rockmart Ellia Davis & Son. 

North Carolina: 

Charlotte Charlotte Quarry Co. 

Greystone. . . . Monumental Works. 

u P. A. Linehau & Sons. 

Oxford R. G. Lassiter. 

Wise Wise Granite Co. 

South Carolina: 

Columbia Weston & Brooker Quar. Co. 

McCabe & Co. 

Virginia: 

Butterworth. . Butterworth Quarries. 
Petersburg.. . .Petersburg Granite Co. 

SAND AND GRAVEL SHIPPERS. 

Alabama: 

Birmingham . . Kirkpatrick Sand & Grav.Co 
" Empire Sand & Supply Co. 

* Birmingham Reality Co. 

" Alabama Sand & Supply Co. 

■ Jefferson Brick Supply Co. 

" Savage Sand Co. 

Riddle Sand & Gravel Co. 

" Carolina Port. Cement Co. 

" Birmingham Slag Co. 

* Woodward Iron Co. 

Montgomery. . Cook & Lannie. 

* H.A. Loveless. 

" C. H. Roquemore & Co. 

Florida : 

Jacksonville.. .Marshall & Spencer Co. 

Ocala Woodmar Sand & Stone Co. 

Tampa Florida Sand & Gravel Co. 

W. R. Fuller. 

I. W. Phillips & Co. 

Georgia: 

Altomaka R. B. Hopkins. 

Atlanta V. H. Kriegshaber & Son. 

Columbus Bull Creek Sand & Grav. Co. 

u J. Norman Pease. 

Elberton R. E. Hodgens. 

" M. Lanhan Bros. 

Floyda G. Johnson. (1) 

Rockmart W. R. Elsberry. 

Savannah R. S. Salas. 

" General Building Supply'Co. 

" Geo. C. Varn. 

" Chapman & Clark. 

North Carolina: 

Garvs W. R. Bonsai & Co. 

Hamlet W. R. Bonsai & Co. 

Lilesville W. R. Bonsai & Co. 

Oxford T. G. Curran. 

Wilmington.. .Teo. G. Empie. 

" Wilmington Sand Co. 

Virginia: 

Norfolk Jno. C. Winton. 

Johns Bros. Inc. 



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List of Industries — Continued. 



SAND AND GRAVEL SHIPPERS— 


TOBACCO SHIPPERS AND FACTORIES— 


TOBACCO SHIPPERS AND FACTORIES — 




Continued. 




Continued. 




Continued. 


Virginia: 




Florida: 




Virginia: 




Norfolk .... 


. Norfolk Sand & Gravel Cor. 


Tampa 


. Manuel Fernandez. 


Portsmouth. 


. . Beate & Knight. 


■ 


C. M. Bain & Co. 


" 


. M. Fernandez & Co. 


" 


. Chas. W. Buckley. 


" 


Water Wks. Supply Corp. 


■ 


. H. A. Forbes. 


" 


. Leon Caolan. 


Petersburg.. 


Perkinson & Finn. 


■ 


. Garcia & Bros. 


" 


. Wm. J. O'Brien. 






" 


. Garcia & Vega. 


" 


.Chas. Owens. 


(1) P. O. £ 


myrna, Ga. 


. 


Greenless & Lavattiata. 
. Guerra, Diaz & Co. 


■ 










STAVE A 


ND HEADING MILLS. 

Coosa Grocery Co. 
. Ragland Grocery Co. 


■ 


.M. A. Gunst & Co. 

Havana-American Cigar Co. 
. La Notica Havana Cigar Co. 
. Leonardi, Haymon & Co. 

Jose Lovera Co. 


Richmond . 


. Allen & Ginter. 




u 






- 


Jacksonville. 


■ 


. Falk Tobacco Co. 


" 


- 


Fed. Cigar Co. 01s Va., Br. 
Foege, Jno. 


" 


. Carson Heading Mills. 


" . . , 


. Lopez-Hermanos & Co. 


a 


Montgomery 


. Montgomery Cooperage Co. 

D. W. Wells. 
. D. B. Morrison Co. 
Haves Mfg. Co. 


- » 


F. Lozano Son & Co. 

Marsicano Cigar Co. 

J. M. Martinez. 

E. Morgan. 

Morgan Cigar Co. 
. Ortiz & Caras. 

Pendas & Alvarez. 

Quiros, Villazon & Co. 

Raimirez & Co. 
. E. Regensburg & Sons. 
. Rev, Straus & Co. 


u 


Florida: 

Callahan.. . 
Morriston.. . 
Rural 

Georgia: 


« 


. Gordon Cigar & Cheroot Co. 

Hancock Cigar Co. 

Kentucky Tob. Prod. Co., Inc. 

Krug, F. C. 

Larus & Bro. Co. 
.P. H. Mavo & Bro., Br. The 


Columbus.. . 


. Columbus Barrel Co. 






American Tob. Co. 


« 


Ledbetter Heading Co 





" 




North Carolina 




Rowe. Joseph L. 
Schmidt. C. A. & Co. 


Oxford 


Oxford Mfg. Co. 


" 


J. W. Roberts & Son. 


u 


Wilmington. 
Virginia: 


.Castle, Haynes Stave Co. 


". 


Rodriguez, Salvador. 
Ron Franquiz Cigar Co. 
Salvador-Sanchez & Co. 
L. Sanchez & Co. 
San Martin & Leon Co. 


" 


. Straus Cigar Co. 
The Surburg Co. 
.The United States Tob. Co. 


McKenney . 
Petersburg. . . 


..T. J. Bishon. 

. Petersburg Rim & Veneer Co. 




" 


.American Tobacco Co., The 

Stemmery. 
Carrington & Co. 
Export Leaf Tobacco Co. 


Warfield 


Winn & Coleman. 


* 


Sanchez & Haya. 
P. San Martin & Co. 
A. Santaella & Co. 
. M. Stachelberg & Co. 





STOVE FACTORIES. 


- 


; 


Jno. R. Lightfoot & Co. 


Alabama: 

Birmingham. 


. Avondale Stove & Foundry 
Co. 


i 


Fla. Tobacco Commis. Co. 
Streeter-Fernandez & Co. 
Tampa-Cuba Cigar Co. 


u 


Walter James. E. M. 
.Well Cliff Cigar Co , Inc 


H 








" 


Birmingham Stove & Range 


* 


Tierra Del Largo. 








Co. 


* 


. M. Valle Cigar Co. 


0) Wareh 


ouses and Shippers. 


Georgia: 


Atlanta Stove Works. 


" 


Celestina Vega & Co. 
.P. Verplank & Co. 


(2) Chewi 

(3) Cigar 


ag Tobacco Factories. 




ind Cigarette Factories. 


Virginia: 




Richmond . , , 


Cameron Stove Co., Inc. 


Alhany 


Albany Cigar Co. 


TRUNK 


AND BAG FACTORIES. 


■ 


Continental Stove Co. 
Richmond Stove Co. 


Atlanta 


Swink Davis Leaf Tobac.Co. 
. Themelis Co. 

Valdes-Salvador Co. 

Capital City Tobacco Co. 
. Posada Cigar Co. 


Alabama: 

Birmingham 


Birmingham Trunk Fac. 


" 


Southern Stove Works. 


Columbus. 


Montgomery 


Gilbert Trunk Factorv. 
Gilbert Trunk Co. 


TOBACCO SHIPPERS AND FACTORIES 




Jackson Cigar Co. 
. C. A. Johnson. (3) 


Florida: 








Helena 


. Helena Cigar Factory. 


Jacksonville. 


.Florida Trunk Mfg. Co. 


Bessemer. . . . 


.0. W. Steins. (3) 


Savannah. 


LeRoy Myers & Co. 






Montgomery 


, Lopez Cigar Co. 
. Herman Ross. 


North Carolina 




Georgia: 










" 


. F. G. Gonsales Cigar Co, 


Clarkton. . . . 


. Baumer Warehouse. 




Atlanta Trunk Factory. 













. Liebmans Trunk Factory. 








Star Warehouse. (1) 




. H. W. Rountree & Co. 


Live Oak . . 


. Svmonette Cigar Co. 


Durham 


Planters Warehouse. (\) 


Savannah. . . 


.Chatham Trunk Factory. 


■ 


. Monticello-Jefferson- 


" 


Banner Warehouse. (1) 








Sumatra Tobacco Plnnt. 


■ 


. Farmers Warehouse. (1) 










u 










. F. A. Hardee Tobacco Co. 


" 


. W. Duke & Sons Co. 


Petersburg . 


.Seward Trunk & Bag Co., Inc. 


Ocala 


Chas. Peyser. 




,.T. P. Taylor Co. 


" 


. Peteisburtr Trunk & Bag Co. 


" 


,C. H. Matthews. 


Kelford 


E E. Tvnes & Co. (3) 


■ 


. Frank Bag Co. 


Plant City.. . 


-C. A. Palmer. (3) 


Oxford 


E. T. White. (1) 


« 




. F. Fernandez. (3) 




J. F. Meadows. (I) 




Cn. 


Quincy 


.American Sumatra Tobacco 


" 


Parham & Parham. (1) 


Richmond. . 


. Richmond Trunk Mfg. Co 




Co. (1) 


" 


. Mangum & Watkins. (1) 


* 


. Union Trunk & Bag Co., Inc. 


" 


. Max Wedeles Tob. Co. 


" 


. W. Z. Mitchell. (1) 






" 


Barlow Corrv Co. (1) 


" 


. W. H. Fleming. (1) 






* 


.J. &0. AltschuleTob. Co. 


" 


W. A. Adams. (1) 


TURPE1 i'INI TILLS 


" 


, F. W. Arguinban. (1) 


Raleigh 


J. M. Norwood. 






- 


.American Cigar Co. 


Vass 


W. C. Leslie. (1) 


Alabama: 




" 


Gadsden Co. Tobacco Co. 


Youngsville 


Scrimpkins & Purry. 


EUzey 


. Ellzey Naval Stores Co. 


u 


.Manufacturers Tobacco Co. 
United Cigar Mfg. Co. 




. Cheatham Bros. 




.D. S. Graham. 


" 


.Owl Commercial Co. 


South Carolina 




Florida: 






. EfTonge Tobacco Co. 


Columbia. . . 


,J, I. Cassel. 


Archer 


. M. Venable. 





Embrv Leaf Tobacco Co. 


" 


Florence Cigar Factorv El. 


Bushnell . . . 


.J. H. Moore. 




. Wm. Bruce. 


Patrick 


.H. S. Gillespie. (1) 


Greenville. . 


. Dundee Naval Stores Co. 


Tampa 


Val. M. Antuono. 






Hampton. . . 


. Harper & Williams. 





Arguelies & Co. 






Lawtey 


. He.stick & Varlev. 




Arguelles, Lopez & Co. 


Virginia: 








* 


Balbin Bros. 


Norfolk 


E. F. Beale & Sons. 


Morriston. . . 


. D, B. Morrison Co. 




Berriman Bros. 




H. L. Addison. 


Olustee 


. Boyd & Gibbons. 





Bolano-Francisco & Co. 
Boltz Clvmer & Co. 


■ :::::: 


F. H. Cook. 
.H. F. Coke. 





. Gum Swamp Turpentine Co. 
J. F. Smith. 


" 


Bustillo Bros. & Diaz. 





Buckingham Bros, 






" 


. Cagera Haimer Cigar Co. 




.F. S. Cowan & Son. 




.G. W. Rhodes. 


" 


Corral, Wodoskav Co. 




.J. T. Edwards. 






" 


.Cuesta, Rey & Co. 




. W. T. Hyslop. 


« 




" 


. Andres Diaz. 


• 


. Mrs. R. Markovitz. 






" 


.El Nacional Cigar Co. 


* 


Frank Stevens. 


Georgia: 

Rochelle. . . . 




■ 


.El Sidelo Cigar Co. 


■ 






" 


.Erlich Mfg. Co. 


Petersburg. 


.B. A. Tobacco Co. (1 & 3) 




■ 


. Escalante & Co. 


■ 


.American Tobacco Co. (1) 






* 


M. Falk & Co. 


■ 


. Seidenburg Co. (3) 


North Carolina 




A 


Carlos Fernandez & Co. 


" 


Mocler Zimmer Co. (1) 


Wilmington. 


Cape Fear Chemical Co. 



214 



Financial Institutions. 



The 

Barnett National Bank 

of 

Jacksonville, Fla. 

Capital, Surplus and Profits $1,434,992.90 
Resources Over $8,000,000.00 

This bank for over thirty years has been a potent factor 
in the development of Florida. It is the leading bank of the 
State, and with the most modern facilities and ample means 
it confidently offers its services as the best. 

Accounts of Banks, Corporations, Firms and Individ- 
uals are received on favorable terms and such accommodation 
granted as the business warrants. 

Collections made promptly and remitted for when paid. 

Interest at the rate of 4% per annum, compounded 
quarterly, paid on Savings Deposits. 

Special attention paid to mail accounts. Banking by 
mail is now easy. 

Write for our booklet on this subject. 

OFFICERS: 

W. D. BARNETT, Chairman of the Board 

FRANK ADAMS, President R. E. WHEELER, Cashier 

GEO. R. DeSAUSSURE, Vice-Pres't W. R. McQUAID, Ass't Cashier 

ARTHUR G. CUMMER, Vice-Pres't C. S. L'ENGLE, Ass't Cashier 

GEO. A. KIRK, Jr., Ass't Cashier 



215 



Financial Institutions. 



UNITED STATES DEPOSITARY 



THE NORFOLK 
NATIONAL BANK 

NORFOLK, VIRGINIA 

V 



CAPITAL, - - - $1,000,000.00 

SURPLUS AND PROFITS, - - 775,000.00 



CALDWELL HARDY, President A. B. SCHWARZKOPF, Vice-President 

E. T. LAMB, Vice-President W. A. GODWIN, Cashier 



Special Attention given to small Accounts 
Four per cent. Interest paid on Savings Accounts 



With well established connections this bank has unsurpassed 
facilities in every branch of legitimate banking 



216 



Financial Institutions. 





rj-r- 



|<i« alitor kr mp f 



IjJJlJ Si i % i|3| 



t 




The 

Charlotte 



Bank 

Charlotte, N. C. 

Capital and Surplus 

$450,000.00 



Assets 

$2,175,000.00 



United States, 

City, County and State 

Depositary 



4°/ 

Paid On Time Deposits 



This bank does a general banking business. Accounts of firms, indi- 
viduals and corporations solicited. Collections given prompt attention. 

OFFICERS: 

JNO. M. SCOTT, President J. F. ROBERTSON, Vice-President 

W. J. CHAMBERS, Vice-President W. H. TWITTY, Cashier 

C. W. BUTT, Ass't Cashier 



217 



Financial Institutions. 



Manatee County State Bank 



T. C. TALIAFERRO, President 
A. M. LAMB, Vice-President 



T. A. HOWZE, Cashier 



PALMETTO, FLA. 



Capital, 

Surplus and Profits, 



$16,000.00 
40,000.00 



4 PER CENT. INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS 



Special attention given to collections 



The oldest Bank in Manatee County 



218 



Financial Institutions. 



The First National Bank of Bradentown 

BRADENTOWN, FLORIDA 

Capital Stock, $40,000.00 Surplus and Undivided Profits, $39,792.39 

Total Resources, $600,000.00 

We invite your business and promise every facility that is consistent 
with conservative banking 



T; C. TALIAFERRO, President 



JOHN T. CAMPBELL, Cashier 



Bradentown Bank & Trust Co. 

BRADENTOWN, FLORIDA 



CAPITAL, $50,000.00 



We do a General Banking and Trust Busi- 
ness. Your patronage solicited. Four per 
cent, interest allowed on savings accounts. 




The Bank of Sarasota 



SARASOTA, FLORIDA 



CAPITAL, $25,000.00 
PROFITS, $10,000.00 



T. C. TALIAFERRO, President 
JOHN T. CAMPBELL, Vice-President 
C. E. HITCHINGS, Cashier 



219 



Financial Institutions. 



C. H. DAVIS T. W. WIGGINS PERRY C. CURRY 

President Vice-President Cashier 



Manatee Banking- Company 

MANATEE, FLORIDA 

ORGANIZED 1903 



Capital $35,000.00 Surplus $13,000.00 

(From December, 1912, Statement) 

A Safe, Sanely Managed, Prospering Banking House 



If You Want to Buy From the Owner 

I shall be glad to have you communicate with me regarding farm and truck lands, uncleared 
land, town lots or improved property in the town of Manatee. I own all classes of property 
in this section and in the adjoining county of Hillsborough, some of it extremely valuable and 
some that will increase in value by leaps and bounds within the next few years. Right now you 
can buy it RIGHT, for I have entirely too many interests for aman of my age to care for properly. 

TRUCK LANDS — Located at Wimauma, on the S. A. L. between Manatee and Tampa. 
Some of the choicest trucking lands in this fertile region are in my possession and I shall be glad 
to locate upon them thrifty farmers who realize the importance of work on the farm and know 
how to increase production. To the practical intensive farmer I shall be glad to offer induce- 
ment that will enable him to lay the foundation for a comfortable fortune in a very few years, 

TOWN LOTS — In the town of Manatee I own about 200 of the very choicest vacant lots 
which I am willing to sell at a figure that will give the buyer a wide margin of profit on his 
investment and permit of a quick turn on the property. Manatee is looking up in every 
way and is growing rapidly, making desirable lots increase in price from week to week. 
Quick action on this property is advisable. 

Manatee Lots and Lands 

GENERAL FARMS — Of this class of property I have a considerable acreage, some in 
cultivation and some uncleared. Part of my holdings are improved and have comfortable 
houses located on the farms. With a very few exceptions, I will sell any of these holdings, 
the exceptions being made not so much because of the greater fertility or value of these par- 
ticular pieces, but because of associations and agreements with people now occupying them. 

IMPROVED PROPERTY— I have twenty-five rental houses in Manatee and these I will 
sell at figures which permit a liberal percentage annually on the investment and at the same 
time give the investor a constantly increasing capital. These properties are advancing right 
along and there is every reason for us to have faith that they will continue to advance for many 
years. The opportunity is knocking at someone's door when I decide to let go of any of these. 
See or Write C. H. DAVIS, MANATEE, FLORIDA 

220 



Financial Institutions. 



JOHN THK iE, Pres. C. E. ALLEN'. Vlce-Prcs. 

E. M. HENDRY. Vlcc-Pres. 

W. W. TRICE, CasllkT DR. A. L. BIZE, Vlcc-Prcs. 

D. H. LANEV and \V. \V. BLOUNT, Assistant Cashiers 

ORGANIZED OCTOBER, 1896 

CITIZENS BANK AND TRUST CO. 

TAMPA, FLORIDA 



Capital $ 260,000.00 

Surplus 

(earned) 350,000.00 
Undivided 

profits 
Deposits 
Resources 




100,000.00 
2,250,000.00 
3,250,000.00 



This Bank has the largest 
capital, surplus and re- 
sources of any State Hank 
In Florida, and stands 
hkherun the Roll or Honor 
of State and National 
Hanks in Florida. 

This bank was first in 
the city to encourage sav- 
ings deposits, and has paid 
its depositors over S150,- 
000.00 in interest. 

Business entrusted to us 
will receive prompt aud 
accurate attention. Every 
facility and accommoda- 
tion in keeping with the 
account will be extended. 
"We cordially invite a per- 
sonal interview or corres- 
pondence. 

FOUR PER CENT. INTEREST PAID ON DEPOSITS 

IN SAVINGS DEPARTMENT 

DIRECTORS 



Frank Bentley 
S. R. Morey 
L. A. Bize, M. D. 
A. L. Cuesta 
W. W. Trice 



E. M. Hendry 
W. E. Dorchester 
John Trice 
E. B. Lucas 
John Savarese 



Isaac Ma as 

E. Pendas 

W. B. Gray 

John T. Dismukes 

C. E. Allen 




American National Bank 

OF TAMPA, FLORIDA 

CAPITAL $250,000.00 
SURPLUS 1 50,000.00 

4% Interest Paid in Savings Department 

Collections Made and Remitted Promptly 



Bank of Commerce 

TAMPA, FLORIDA 




CAPITAL and SURPLUS, $125,000.00 



We are not the oldest nor yet the largest bank, but no 
bank * s more strongly entrenched in the esteem and confi- 
dence of its customers. 




THE 



FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF TAMPA, FLORIDA 
Capital and Surplus, SS00.000.00 
The Oldest andflLargest Bank in South Florida 



221 



Financial Institutions. 






No. 9891 



THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK 

BROOKSVILLE, FLORIDA 

J. B. NORMAN, President 

P. L. WEEKS, Vice-President L. B. VARN, Vice-President 

CHAS. MONROE PRCE, Cashier 



^JThe business man thoroughly 
appreciates his checking account. 

^ Those who do not keep such an 
account miss many of its advantages. 



CAPITAL AND SURPLUS - $32,000.00 

DESIGNATED POSTAL SAVINGS DEPOSITARY 



Financial Institutions. 



I. E. SPRINGSTEAD. Prcs.doi 



W. E. ROBINSON. Vice-Preside.il 



P. J. HACKNEY. CaiMir 



PALMETTO STATE BANK 

PALMETTO, FLORIDA 



4% Interest 

paid on time 

deposits 




COLLECTIONS A SPECIALTY 



Safety Deposit 

Boxes for 

Rent 





A. C. ODOM. Jr., Pres. H. D. EDWARDS, Cashier 
A. NORWOOD, Vice-Pres. EDMUND C. WIMER, Sec. 



Florida Bank 
& Trust Co. 



ST. PETERSBURG 



FLA. 



We Do a General Bank and Trust 
Company Business 

4% Interest Paid on Certificates 

of Deposit and Savings 

Accounts 

The People's Depository 

We Solicit Patronage on the Basis of 
Service Rendered 



Financial Institutions. 



THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK 

OF ST. PETERSBURG 




1HE FA'_COr:FR ruMPANV. BALTIMORE 



4% Interest Paid on 
Time Deposits 



This bank assures courteous treatment 
and every modern banking facility con- 
sistent with prudent and conservative 
banking methods, and invites accounts 
of firms, corporations and individuals. 



Safety Deposit Boxes for Rent 



United States Depositary for 

Postal Saving's Funds, 

Depositary for State of Florida, 
County of Pinellas, 

City of St. Petersburg 



St. Petersburg 



Florida 



F. A. WOOD, President A. F. THOMASSON, Vicc-Prest. R. S. HANNA, Vice-Prest. C. M. GRAY. Cashier H. T. DAVIS. Asst. Cashier 

CENTRAL NATIONAL BANK 

Capital Stock, $100,000.00 Surplus and Profits (Earned), $65,000.00 

Resources, over $1,000,000.00 



SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES 

FOR RENT IN OUR NEW STEEL 

AND CONCRETE VAULTS 



DOMESTIC AND FOREIGN 

EXCHANGE AND 

TRAVELERS CHECKS BOUGHT 

AND SOLD 




St. Petersburg 



Florida 



!24 



Financial Institutions. 







The Sponge Exchange 
Bank 



TARPON SPRINGS, 



FLORIDA 



Depository for City, County, State 
and U. S. Postal Savings 



Capital - - - - $30,000 
Surplus - - - - 20,000 



CHAS. H. BROWN, A. M. LOWE, 

President Cashier 

G. E. NOBLIT, W. M. SMITH, 

Vice-President Assistant Cashier 



PEOPLES BANK 



Clearwater, Florida 



Capital $60,000 

Surplus 18,000 



STATE AND COUNTY 
DEPOSITORY 



BANK OF LARGO 



Largo, Florida 



Capital $16,000 

Surplus 8,000 

Deposits 175,000 



ACCOUNTS OF INDIVIDUALS AND CORPORATIONS 

SOLICITED 

4 PER CENT. INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS 



?25 



Financial Institutions. 



Bank of Mulberry 

MULBERRY, FLORIDA 



CAPITAL - - - - 
SURPLUS AND PROFITS 



$50,000.00 
$35,000.00 



Third Largest Bank m 
Polk County 



4% Interest Paid on Time 
Deposits 



L. N. PIPKIN - - - Pres. 
P. B. HAYNES- -Vice-Pres. 
W. P. READ - - Cashier 



T. L. WILSON 

President 

J. G. BOYD 

VIce-Prea. 



J. M. OGLESBY 

Vice-Pres. 

ERLE L. WIRT 

Cashier 



THE 

Polk County National Bank 

Bartow, Florida 



CAPITAL $100,000.00 

SURPLUS AND PROFITS - - $50,000.00 
RESOURCES OVER - - - $700,000.00 



We transact a general banking business. 

Prompt service on all collections, and 
especial attention is given bill of 
lading shipments. 

We have the largest burglar-proof 
vault in South Florida. 

Safety deposit boxes for rent. 

We solicit vour business. 



% Interest Paid on Certificates 
of Deposit. 



226 



Financial Institutions. 



E. E. SKIPPER, Pres. D. H. SKIPPER, Vice-Pres. 

G. B. SKIPPER, Cashier. 



CITIZENS BANK 

OF BARTOW 

CAPITAL $25,000.00 



We solicit the Business of Individuals 
Firms and Corporations 

Collections a Specialty 



BARTOW 



FLORIDA 



•OLDEST BANK IN CENTRAL FLORIDA" 



W. R. THOMAS, President G. K. BROOME, 1st Vice-Pres. 

W. B. TAYLOR, 2nd Vice-Pres. E. D. TURNER. Cashier 



THE DUTT0N BANK 

Capital $75,000. Surplus and Profits $85,000 



A bank whose strength has been 
so conspicuous for more than a 
quarter of a century that it is 
known throughout the country 



Four Per Cent Interest Paid in 
Savings Department 



GAINESVILLE 



FLORIDA 



J. N. HOOKER, Pres't. E. C. STUART, Vioe-Pres't. 
T. W. GARY, Cashier. 



The State Bank of Bartow 

CAPITAL $50,000 

STRENGTH 



Improve your opportunities — the 
present time is the time to start 
that business of yours — get your 
share of present prosperity. We 
help you with up-to-date safe and 
conservative banking facilities — 
out-of-town collections, loans, dis- 
counts, etc. If you're in business 
improve your credit standing with 
a bank account. 



4% INTEREST ON SAVINGS 4 



07 
/C 



Bartow 



Florida 



We pay liberal interest consistent with safety 



CONSULT US 



THE FIRST STATE BANK 

OF ZEPHYRHILLS, FLORIDA 



E. E. SKIPPER, President 

E. W. STAPLETON, Vice-President 

E. W. STAPLETON, Cashier 



227 



Financial Institutions. 



The State Bank of Orlando 

Incorporated 1893 

ORLANDO, FLORIDA 



The Oldest Bank in the City of Orlando and in Orange County. 
State, County and City Depository 

The Largest Bank between Jacksonville and Tampa 
DEPOSITS OVER 

One Million Dollars 




OFFICERS 
Louis C. Massey, President 



T. Picton Warlow, Vice-President 
Howard C. Babcock, Asst. Cashier 



S. Waters Howe, Cashier 
Samuel A. Newell, Asst. Cashier 



Correspondents in Every Part of the World 



228 



Financial Institutions. 



THE 

Bank of Pasco County 

DADE CITY, FLORIDA 

Organized in 1SS9 



Capital, 

Surplus and Profits 



825,000.00 
20,000.00 



Transacts a General Banking Business 

Savings Department paying 4 per cent, interest 

Safety Deposit Boxes for rent 



J. C. Boozer, 

President. 



Geo. Rentz, 

Vice-President. 



S. H. Martin, George J. Blitch, 

Vice President Cashier. 



The Commercial Bank 
of Ocala 

OCALA, FLORIDA 

Capital Stock, $50,000.00 

Stale, County and City Depository 



Four per cent, interest per annum paid quarterly 

on Savings Accounts and Certificates 

of Deposits. We solicit 

your business 



J. M. Harvey 



W. A. Collins, 

Vice-President. 



President. 
R. F. Collins, Cashier 



Citizens Bank of 
Bushnell 

BUSHNELL, FLORIDA 



Capital, $15,000.00 



SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES 
FOUR PER CENT. ON SAVINGS 



Leesburg State Bank 



LEESBURG, FLORIDA 



The Oldest Bank in Lake County 



Established 1SS6 



W. S. Jennings, R. F. E. Cooke, 

President. Cashier. 

F. P. Webster, G. W. Webster, 

Vice-President. Asst. Cashier. 



Will be glad to furnish information to 
prospective settlers and others 



229 



Financial Institutions. 



Orlando Bank and Trust Company 

ORLANDO, FLORIDA 



United States, State, County and 
City Depository 



CAPITAL, SURPLUS AND PROFITS, $131,619.38 



Stockholders' liability guaranteed. 

Collections a specialty, and remittances made promptly. 

We are under the laws of Florida, a Trust Company, 
authorized to do any and all kinds of Trust Business. 

Any information in regard to this resourceful section 
of Florida will be furnished upon application. 

Accounts of individuals and corporations respectfully 
solicited. 



M. M. SMITH W. M. DAVIS GEORGE E. NOLAN 

President Vice-President Cashier 



230 



Financial Institutions. 



Hawthorne State Bank 

HAWTHORNE, FLORIDA 




OFFICERS 

T. C. HOLDEN, President 

P. O'BRIEN, Vice-President W. C. MAHIN. Cashier 

4% interest paid on time deposits 

Special attention paid to collections 



THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK 



OF GAINESVILLE 



GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA 



CAPITAL, $100,000.00 
SURPLUS, $100,000.00 



4% interest paid in Savings Department, compounded 
quarterly. U. S. Depository 

THE BANK OF WILLISTON 

STATE, COUNTY AND CITY DEPOSITORY 

WILLISTON .... FLORIDA 



CAPITAL - - $25,000.00 
RESOURCES - $200,000.00 

4% interest paid on time deposits 



The Cedar Key 
State Bank 

CEDAR KEY 
FLA. 

We Transact a General Banking 
Business. Make Prompt Col- 
lections on all Items sent 
to Us for Collection 



Four per cent. Interest paid in 
Savings Department, com- 
pounded quarterly 

Any information regarding this 

section cheerfully given 

on application 



W.R.HODGES. President 
A. P. SCHLEMMER, Vice-Pres. 
W. H. ANDERSON. Jr.. Cashier 




231 



Financial Institutions. 



AMERICAN TRUST CO. 

JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA 



CAPITAL $200,000.00 



A general trust business transacted. Savings 
department in which interest is paid at rate 
of 4% per annum, compounded quarterly 



Fred W. Hoyt, President 
Arthur T. Williams, Secretary 



Jno. H. Powell, Vice-President 
W. 0. Boozer, Treasurer 



BANK OF STARKE 

STARKE, FLORIDA 



CAPITAL $15,000.00 

Surplus and Undivided Profits - $4,000.00 



We do a general banking business. Collections 
made and remitted for promptly. 4% interest 
paid on time certificates of deposit 



BANK OF ALACHUA 

ALACHUA, FLORIDA 

James Chesnut, President F. B. Godfrey, Cashier 

J. L. Matthews, Vice-President N. Baldwin. Asst. Cashier 



CAPITAL, $50,000.00 



SURPLUS, $5,000.00 



4% interest per annum paid on savings accounts, 
compounded quarterly 

BRADFORD COUNTY BANK 

STARKE, FLORIDA 
Established 1889 Capital, $25,000.00 

We do a general banking business. 4% interest 
paid in the savings department 

N.T.Ritch, Prest. W. T. Weeks, Vice-Prest. E. P. Duncan. Cashier 



LAWTEY STATE BANK 

CAPITAL STOCK, $15,000.00 

LAWTEY - FLORIDA 



W. F. Godwin 
President 

L. H. Hill 

Vice-Presiden 

H. C. Peace 
Cashier 



4% interest, compounded quarterly, in savings department 




BANK OF WALDO 

WALDO, FLORIDA 
Capital $15,000.00 



DO A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS 

The President and Cashier of this bank are bonded 
for the amount of the capital stock 

4% INTEREST PAID ON DEPOSITS 



CAPITAL and SURPLUS, $110,000.00 



TOTAL RESOURCES, $1,250,000.00 



STATE BANK OF FLORIDA 

JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA 

JOHN C. L'ENGLE, President W. C. CROOM, Vice-President T. E. JORDAN. Vice-President T. R. HENDRICKS, Cashier 
Do a general banking business. We shall be glad to furnish any information regarding Jacksonville or Florida 




FLORIDA NATIONAL BANK 

UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY 

JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA 

Capital, $500,000.00 Surplus and Profits, $285,940.37 

C. E. Garner, Chairman of the Board 
Arthur F. Perry, President Giles L. Wilson, Vice-President 

W. A. Redding, Cashier G. J. Avent, Asst. Cashier 

C. B. Campbell, Asst. Cashier John A. Newsom, Asst. Cashier 

We collect direct on all points in Florida 
at lowest rates 



PROMPT SERVICE 



CORRESPONDENCE INVITED 



Financial Institutions. 



The Atlantic National Bank 



OF JACKSONVILLE 



Organized August first, 1903 



Capital, Surplus and Undivided Profits, over ONE MILLION DOLLARS 
Resources, SEVEN MILLION DOLLARS 



OFFICERS : 

E. W. LANE, President THOS. P. DENHAM, Vice-President 

F. W. HOYT, Vice-President D. D. UPCHURCH, Cashier 
D. K. CATHERWOOD, Asst. Cashier W. I. COLEMAN, Asst. Cashier 



DIRECTORS: 

John D. Baker 

B. F. Bullard 
R. V. Covington 
H. L. Covington 
J. B. Conrad 
John C. Cooper 
J. A. Cranford 
T. P. Denham 

C. Downing 




DIRECTORS: 

D. M. Flynn 
J. M. Graham 
F. W. Hoyt 
A. S. Hubbard 

E. W. Lane 
L. McNeill 
Geo. D. Munroe 
Cecil Willcox 
M. B. Lane 



DEPOSITORY of public monies of the United States of America, State of Florida and 
City of Jacksonville. Correspondence is solicited from banks, bankers, firms, corporations, 
and individuals who contemplate opening initial or additional accounts in Jacksonville. 

We maintain a SAVINGS DEPARTMENT in which interest is paid at the rate of four 
per cent, per annum, compounded quarterly. 



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Financial Institutions. 



The Heard 

National 

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Jacksonville 
Florida 




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CAPITAL, $1,000,000.00 
SURPLUS, $250,000.00 



4% Interest Paid on Savings 
Accounts 



MAKE THIS BANK 
YOUR BANK 



The Fourth 

National 

Bank 

of 

Jacksonville 

Florida 



JACKSONVILLE 

FLORIDA 




CAPITAL and SURPLUS 

$500,000.00 

UP DIVIDED PROFITS 
$100,000.00 



OFFICERS : 
JOHN E. HARRIS, - President 
JOHN H. POWELL, Vice-President 
OSCAR E. DOOLY, Vice-President 
PAUL E. TWITTY, - Cashier 

GEO. B. STALLINGS, Asst. Cashier 



Accounts of Individuals and 
Corporations Solicited. 

Requirements of our Customers 

taken care of in a consistent 

and ample manner. 

Collections a Specialty, and 

remitted for on day of 

payment. 

Requests for information regard- 
ing the City of Jacksonville 
will be cheerfully 
given . 



THE 

First National 
Bank 

OF 

Key West 
Florida 



Depository and Disbursing 

Agent for 

The U. S. Government 



RESOURCES OVER ONE 
MILLION DOLLARS 



GEO. W. ALLEN, - - President 
G. BOWNE PATTERSON, Vice Pres. 
GEO. L. LOWE, - - - Cashier 
CHAS. A. COLLINS, Asst. Cashier 
RICHARD H. KEMP, Asst. Cashier 



234 



Financial Institutions. 





Let Your Money IVork 
For You I 

UNITED STATES TRUST AND SAVINGS BANK 

UNDER STATE SUPERVISION 

Chartered Under the Trust Company Laws of the State of Florida 

WE OWN AND OFFER 

Subject to Prior Sale 



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fO FIRST MORTGAGE GOLD BONDS, secured by first mortgages on real estate in the cities of 
Jacksonville and Tampa, the two largest, most prosperous and progressive cities in the State of Florida. 
No loan is made of more than fifty per cent, of the actual present value of the properties. This Bank 
guarantees the prompt payment of both interest and principal the day the same is due. 

The bonds are issued in denominations of $1,000, $500 and $100 each, and are sold at par and accrued 
interest. Correspondence relative to these 6% first mortgage gold bonds is invited. 

A Trust Company, organized under the Laws of the State of Florida, is subject to regulations so 
stringent that its customers are afforded the greatest security possible. 



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United States Trust and Savings Bank 

S. E. Cor. Forsyth and Laura Streets 
JACKSONVILLE - - - FLORIDA 



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GEORGE G. CURRIE. President 
M. E. GRUBER, First Vice-President 
H. P. DYE. Second Vice-President 



T. J. CAMPBELL, Third Vice-President 

W. E. KEEN, Secretary 

F. A. GUTELIUS, Treasurer and Cashier 



FARMERS BANK & TRUST COMPANY 

CAPITAL STOCK, $75,000.00 
WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA 

Has all of the facilities for the transaction of a general Banking and Trust 

business. We pay interest on savings accounts at the 

rate of four per cent, per annum. 



BANK OF TITUSVILLE 

TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA 

We do a general banking business. 4% INTEREST PER ANNUM, PAID 
QUARTERLY. Your account cordially solicited. Write us for information 
and advice regarding investments in this section. 



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Financial Institutions. 



BANK OF BAY BISCAYNE 

MIAMI, FLORIDA 

Established 1896 

Capital $100,000.00 Surplus $50,000.00 

FOUR PER CENT. INTEREST PAID ON SAVINGS ACCOUNTS 




■=T BANK OF BAY BISCAYNE ~ 

SEVENTEEN YEARS 

Age in a bank, when accompanied by large Capital, Surplus and Resources, is the best 
assurance of unquestioned stability. Throughout the seventeen years of its existence 
this bank, the oldest in Miami, has shown a consistent growth and today it has a 
Capital and Surplus of $150,000. We invite your account. 



J. E. LUMMUS 

President 



S. A. BELCHER 

Vice-President 



J AS. H. GILMAN 

Cashier 



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Financial Institutions. 



UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY 

THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK 

OF MIAMI, FLA. 
The Pre-eminent Bank 



Capital Stock. .... 

Shareholders' Liability 

Surplus ...... 

Margin of security for depositors 



$150,000.00 

150,000.00 

70,000.00 

370,000.00 




MANAGEMENT— Progressive yet Conservative 
DIRECTORS — Successful Miami business men 
NATIONAL SERVICE— The up-to-date standard 
RESOURCES— A Million and a half 

Let us do a share of your business 

OFFICERS: 

EDWARD C. ROMFH, President E. A. WADDELL, Vice-President 

W. H. SPITZER, Vice-President HARRY McCOWN, Cashier 

DIRECTORS: 

JOHN SEYBOLD, Merchant JULIUS SMITH, Merchant 

G. B. ROMFH, Merchant E. A. WADDELL, Real Estate 

E. B. ROMFH, Merchant W. H. SPITZER, 

G. C. FRISSELL, President Miami Savings Bank 

President Miami Telephone Co. EDWARD C. ROMFH 

HARRY McCOWN 



237 



Financial Institutions. 



BANK OF FORT PIERCE 



Capital Stoc\ 
Surplus 
Undivided Profits 



$43,000.00 
$30,100.00 
$17,082.72 



Interest paid on time deposits at the rate 
of 4 per cent, per annum. 

Deposits made in our Savings Department 

on or before the 10th of month bear 

interest as from first of month. 

Established in 1893 — twenty years of 
faithful service to its patrons. 



FORT PIERCE 



FLORIDA 



CHARLES H. STEWART 



Banker KI 



a Merchant 



MELBOURNE, FLA. 



•JDo a General Banking and Insurance Business. 

t|4 Per Cent. Interest Allowed on Time Deposits. 

^Information Regarding this Section Furnished on 
Application 

Commercial and Savings Accounts 

Safe Deposit Boxes 

Collections Insurance 



Hardware and 
Furniture 

Building Material 

Ammunition 

Fishing Tackle 



238 



Financial Institutions. 



THE FIDELITY BANK 

NEW SMYRNA, FLA. 



CAPITAL, 



$25,000.00 



Have Savings Department 
Four per cent. Interest Paid on Time Deposits 

BOUCHELLE & SAMS 



Real Estate and Insurance 



NEW SMYRNA, FLA. 



Oldest Established Business in the City 



James Pritchard T. B. Walker 

President Vice-President 

P. H. Odom, Cashier 



Indian River State 
Bank 

TITUSVILLE, FLA. 



CAPITAL, . 
SURPLUS, . 



$25,000.00 
2,750.00 



Incorporated 1889 



Four per cent. Interest Paid on Savings 

Collections Made and Remitted 

for Promptly 



EAST COAST STATE BANK 

DAYTONA BEACH, FLA. 



CAPITAL, 
SURPLUS, 



Officers: 

Cary D. Landis, President 

H. F. Stewart, First Vice-President 

Michael Sholtz, Second Vice-President 

J. E. D. Graves, Cashier 



$25,000.00 
5,000.00 



Board of Directors: 

Cary D. Landis 
H. F. Stewart 
Michael Sholtz 
Bert Fish 
James K. Atkinson 



We pay Travelers' Checks without cost 
Four per cent. Interest paid on Time Deposits 
Deposit Boxes for Rent 



239 



Financial Institutions. 



MERCHANTS* BANK 

DAYTONA, FLORIDA 




EXTERIOR VIEW 



Capital, $100,000.00 



Surplus, $25,000.00 



J. B. CONRAD, President 
S. A. WOOD, Vice-President F. N. CONRAD. Cashier 

C. M. BINGHAM, Vice-President F. J. NIVER, Asst. Cashier 




INTERIOR VIEW 

Commercial and Savings Department. Checking Accounts of Tourists Welcomed 

We Sell and Cash American Bankers' Ass'n Travelers' Checks 

Safety deposit boxes where jewelry and other valuables may be stored are for rent at 

a very nominal charge. 



240 



Financial Institutions. 



G. B. LAMAR, President JOHN T. DISMUKES, Vice-President 
J. W. CASE, Cashier 

Hastings Banking Company 



Capital ... 
Total Assets, over 



$30,000.00 
100,000.00 



WE PAY FOUR PER CENT. INTEREST ON 
SAVINGS ACCOUNTS 



HASTINGS 



FLORIDA 



E. H. BOYKIN, President M. MORGAN, Vice-President 

J. H. McDONALD, Cashier 



GADSDEN COUNTY STATE 
BANK 

River Junction, Florida 



Capital 
Surplus 



. $15,000.00 
5,000.00 



FOUR PER CENT. INTEREST PAID ON 
TIME DEPOSITS 



JEFFERSON COUNTY 
STATE BANK 

Established in 1890 Monticello, Fla. 



Capital $40,000.00 

Surplus and Profits . 31,000.00 

4 PER CENT. PAID ON SAVINGS 
ACCOUNTS 



INFORMATION CHEERFULLY 
FURNISHED 



D. A. FINLAYSON, 

President 



R .R. TURNBULL, 

Cashier 



ABE SIMON, 

Vice-President 



W. R. PULESTON, 

Assistant Cashier 



E. S. CRILL, President 



W. H. COOK, First Vice-President 



EAST FLORIDA SAVINGS & TRUST COMPANY 

Palatka, Florida 



Capital . 
Surplus . 
Undivided Profits 



$20,000.00 

100,000.00 

35,000.00 



Safes in Fire-proof Vault to Rent. Collections 
made and remitted for promptly. Information 
regarding this section furnished on application. 



4 PER CENT. INTEREST PAID ON SAVINGS DEPOSITS 



241 



Financial Institutions. 



JOHN A. McLAURIN, President R. A. McTYRE, Vice-President 

W. MINTER, Cashier 



THE CITIZENS 
BANK 



63-69 



Capital, $50,000.00 



TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA 



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Financial Institutions. 



The 

Farmers & Merchants 

Bank 

MONTICELLO. FLORIDA 

Capital $25,000.00 

Surplus and Undivided Profits, $10,000.00 

OFFICERS 
T. L. CLARKE, - - President 
J. E. NOBLES, - - Cashier 

Collections remitted for promptly 

SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES FOR RENT 
YOUR BUSINESS SOLICITED 



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INTEREST PAID ON DEPOSITS 



Citizens Bank of 
Madison 

Established 1905 
MADISON, FLORIDA 



Capital - 
Surplus - 



$50,000.00 
30,000.00 



A. LIVINGSTON, Jr., President 
J. J. HARRELL, Vice-President 
J. L. FONDA, Vice-President 
C L. MORROW, Cashier 

Any information regarding our section 
will be cheerfully given in person or by 
correspondence. 



LIVE OAK BANK 

LIVE OAK, FLORIDA 



ESTABLISHED 1893 



CAPITAL, $50,000.00 



This bank does a regular banking business. Accounts of in- 
dividuals, firms and corporations solicited. Collections given 
prompt attention. 4% paid on time deposits. 

OFFICERS 

J. J. HEARD, President J. G. GOGGANS, Cashier 

J. H. DOWLING, Vice-President E. F. DOUGHERTY, Asst. Cashier 

JAMES SMITH, Vice-President F. T. BLACKBURN, Asst. Cashier 



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Financial Institutions. 



THE CITIZENS BANK OF LIVE OAK 




LIVE OAK 



FLORIDA 



OFFICERS: 

J. B. BARTON. President 

E. J. BLUME, D. L. BYRD. Vice-Presidents 

ARNOLD P. MICKLER, Cashier 

DIRECTORS: 

E. J. BLUME HARRY J. WOOD 
A. P. MICKLER D. L. BYRD 

S. J. WHITE J. B. BARTON 



'THE BANK OX THE l 



STRONG, SAFE 
CONSERVATIVE 

Depository for United States Postal Savings 
Funds, Stale, County and City 

Mal^c Our Bank Your Bank 



L. A. FRALEIGH. Preside 
T. C. SMITH. Vice-Pres. 



\Y. M. BURTON. Virc-Pre,. 

J. W. WADSWORTH, Cash, 



The First National Bank 



of Madison 




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Capita], $75,000 
Surplus and Profits, $25,000 

4' , Interest Paid in Savings Department 
Compounded Quarterly 

MADISON - - FLORIDA 



T. S. DAVIS I p 

J. A. ELLISON J rropnelora 



S. B. WILLIAMS. Cnshie 



The Bank of Hurtsboro 



(NOT INCORPORATED) 



CAPITAL 
SURPLUS 



$100,000.00 
$ 25,000.00 



4% Interest Paid on 
Time Deposits 



HURTSBORO 



ALABAMA 



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Financial Institutions. 



M. B. WELLBORN, 

President, 



J. P, WOOLF, 

Vice-President. 



E. C. HARRIS, Cashie 



No. 7464 



First National Bank 



OF PIEDMONT 



Piedmont, Alabama 



Capital, 
Surplus, 



$25,000.00 
20,000.00 



We pay 4 per cent, interest on time 
deposits 



Collections Given Prompt Attention 



L. BENTON, 
E. I. CARTER, 
l( J DIXON, 
J. GILES, 

Peop 

Rid 

Capital, 
Surplus, 
Undivided Pre 

4 per cent 


- 


President. 

- Vice-President. 

Cashier. 

Asst. Cashier. 


)les Bank 

iland, Georgia 

$35,000.00 

20,000.00 

fits,- - 11,000.00 


paid 


on time deposits 


Collections given 
Send us your it 


special attention. Remit day 
we collect 


ems on 


Richland for collection 



JAMES E. FRENCH. Pres. R. T. DIXON", Vice-Pres. 

R. T. HL'MBER, Jr., Cashier. W.|C. DIXON, Asst. Cashier. 

Bank of Richland 

Richland, Georgia 



Capital Stock, 
Undivided Profits, 



$35,000.00 
25,000.00 



DIRECTORS: 



James E. French 
A. G. Shepherd 
G. P. Lunsford 
R. T. Dixon 
G. J. Morton 



N. C. Alston 
D. W. Nicholson 
Mrs. E. C. Meyer 
R. T. Humber, Jr. 
W. M. Ethridge 



O. V. Lanion 



4 per cent, interest paid on time 
deposits 



J. L. HORN, Pres. J. W. MONTGOMERY, Vice-Pres. 

W. E. JENKINS, Cashier. 



Bank of Preston 

PRESTON, GEORGIA 
Capital, - - - $15,000.00 



5 per cent, interest paid on time deposits. We 
insure all our deposits 



L. O. BENTON, Pres. G. E. HILLER, Vice-Pres. 

T. W. TIMMERMAN, Cashier. 



Citizens Bank 



PLAINS, GEORGIA 



Capital, 



$25,000.00 



5 per cent, interest paid on time deposits 



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Financial Institutions. 



Third National Bank 

COLUMBUS, GEORGIA 



CAPITAL, - $250,000.00 

SURPLUS, 300,000.00 

UNDIVIDED PROFITS .... 60,000.00 



DEPOSITARY 
UNITED STATES COUNTY OF MUSCOGEE 

STATE OF GEORGIA CITY OF COLUMBUS 



We take pride in our Collection Department 

"WE ACTUALLY REMIT THE DAY WE COLLECT" 



J. W. SHEFFIELD, President FRANK SHEFFIELD, Vice-President 

E. D. SHEFFIELD, Cashier 



THE BANK OF COMMERCE 

AMERICUS, GEORGIA 



Will Render You Good Service in 

Every Department of 

BANKING 

CAPITAL, $65,000:00 SURPLUS. $35,000.00 



246 



Financial Institutions. 



AMERICUS NATIONAL BANK 

AMERICUS, GA. 

CAPITAL, - - - $100,000.00 

Designated Depositary of the United States Interest Paid on Time Deposits 

YOUR ACCOUNT SOLICITED 



THE CORDELE 
NATIONAL BANK 

CORDELE, GA. 



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Capital and Surplus, - - $130,000.00 

YOUR ACCOUNT IS INVITED 



OFFICERS 

B. P. O'NEAL, President B. S. DUNLAP, Cashier 

E. P. McBURNEY, Vice-President C. L. WEST, Asst. Cashier 

DIRECTORS 

B. P. O'NEAL E. P. McBURNEY W. H. McKENZIE L. A. PARKER W. L. ROBUCK B. S. DUNLAP 



THE THIRD NATIONAL BANK 

FITZGERALD, GA. 



Capital, $50,000.00 Surplus, $10,000.00 

Resources, $350,000.00 



247 



Financial Institutions. 



Bank of Abbeville 



ABBEVILLE, GA. 



DEPOSITS INSURED 



Strong, Safe and Conservative 



We Solicit the Accounts 



OF 



FARMERS 



9074 



The American 
National Bank 

CORDELE, GEORGIA 



WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS 

WE PAY INTEREST ON TIME 
DEPOSITS 



CAPITAL, 

SURPLUS AND PROFITS, 



L. O. BENTON, 
J. \V. CANNON, 

E. A. VINSON, 



$100,000.00 
$45,000.00 



President 
Cashier 
Asst. Cashier 



FARMERS STATE BANK 

CAPITAL, $35,000.00 

CORDELE, GEORGIA 

W. B. MATHEWS, Vice-President 



J. A. WILSON, President 



J. L. WILSON, Cashier 



Your Account Solicited. All Collections Have Personal Attention 



BANK OF MILAN 



MILAN, GEORGIA 

CAPITAL, $30,000.00 

We Pay a Liberal Interest Consistent with Safety Your Business Solicited 
Information Regarding this Section Cheerfully Furnished on Application 

L. 0. BENTON, President R. C. CHAMBERS, Cashier 



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Financial Institutions. 



STATE AND COUNTY DEPOSITORY 

The 

First National Bank 

of Ocilla 

8580 

CAPITAL, $75,000.00 
SURPLUS, $25,000.00 




5% Interest Paid on Time Deposits 



Collections a Specialty 



Accounts of Farmers and Business 
Men in General Solicited 



OFFICERS 

M. J. PAULK President 
J. E. HOWELL, Vice-President 

E. A. TAPP. Cashier 
ROY CADWELL, Asst. Cashier 



Ocilla, 



Ga. 



The 

First National Bank 

of Vidalia 

9879 



CAPITAL 

$35,000.00 



This bank is devoted to the upbuilding 

of this section and information 

regarding same will be 

cheerfully furnished 

on application 



OFFICERS 

W. O. DONOVAN . . 

JAMES McNATT . . 

J. B. MANRY . . . 

GEO. S. ROUNTREE . 



President 

Vice-President 

Vice-President 

Cashier 



Vidalia, 



Ga. 



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Financial Institutions. 



CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK 

VIDALIA, GEORGIA 

Capital - - - $50,000.00 

Interest Paid on Time Deposits 

W. T. JENKINS, President J. E. SCHUMPERT, Cashier 



PLAINS BANK 

PLAINS, GEORGIA 

Capital, $50,000.00 Undivided Profits, $25,000.00 

5% Interest Paid on Time Deposits 

OFFICERS 
R. S. OLIVER, President J. A. McDONALD, Vice-President W. L. THOMAS, Cashier 

DIRECTORS 
Frank Sheffield J. A. McDonald R. S. Oliver T. M. Merritt B. T. Wise 

J. R. Logan W. L. Thomas 



THE EXCHANGE BANK 

CORDELE, GEORGIA 

Capital and Surplus, $110,000 

J. J. WILLIAMS, President S. A. ROYAL, Vice-President E. F. TISON, Cashier 

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Financial Institutions. 



DR. 


O. W. TURNER 


President 

Citizens 

HELENA, 


W. 

Bank 

GA. 


W. 


NORMAN, 


Cashier 






CAPITAL $25,000.00 








U.S 


. Depository for 


3 ostal Savings Funds 


Interest Paid on Time 


Deposits 



E. B. SMITH 

President 



O. J. MAY 

Cashier 



Farmers and 
Merchants Bank 

MILAN, GA. 
CAPITAL $25,000.00 

Collections Given Prompt Attention 

6% Interest Paid on Time Deposits 



J. F. COOK 


T. J. SMITH 


President and Cashier 


Vice-President 


Citizens 


Bank 


of McRae, 


Georgia 


Capital Stock $50,000.00 


Surplus . . 


$30,000.00 


5% Interest Paid on 


Time Deposits 




E. F. McRAE, Pres. 

C. B. PARKER, Vice-Pres. 



0. F. McRAE, Cashier 

A. V. WHIDDON, Asst. Cashier 



The Merchants Bank 

McRae, Georgia 



CAPITAL 
SURPLUS 



$25,000.00 
$30,000.00 



Prompt Attention to All 

Matters Entrusted to Us 



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Financial Institutions. 



The Mount Vernon Bank 

MOUNT VERNON, GA. 




A Bank That 

extends its facilities only to legitimate transactions; 
That treats its customers with liberality, observing 
strictly the principles of sound banking; 
That bases its success on the success of its customers; 
That keeps its organization and equipment in condition 
to care for the growing interests of the community — 
Such a bank is this one and it invites the accounts of 
those who desire the best banking service. 

Capital. $15,000 Surplus, $33,000 Resources. $165,000 



WILLIE T. McARTHUR, 

President 
W. A. PETERSOX, 

Cashier 



v\ McARTHUR. 

Vice-President 
H. L. WILT. 

Assl. Cashier 



Farmers Bank 

GLENWOOD, GA. 



Capital, $20,000 
Surplus and Undivided Profits, $14,000 



INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS 



THE BANK THAT APPRECIATES 
AND PROTECTS ITS CUSTOMERS 



J.F.COOK, B.S.CALHOUN, W. J. FUTRAL, 

Pres. V ice-Pres. Cashier 











A. C. McLENNAN, H. F. ROGERS, J. B. FORDHAM. 

President Vice-President Cashier 

BANK OF ALAMO 

64-526 

ALAMO GEORGIA 











Financial Institutions. 



L. B. HOLT, 
TRU1TT H. NELSON, 
CHAS. W. LANCASTER, 



President. 

Vice-President 
Cashier. 



Wheeler County 
Bank 

ALAMO, GEORGIA 



Capital, 



$25,000.00 




Write us if you want to know 
anything about 

Alamo, Wheeler County, Ga. 



6 per cent, interest paid on time 
deposits. 



One Hundred Stockholders. 



B. B. NEWTON, 
\YM. C. OLIVER, 
L. A. THOMPSON, 



President. 

Vice-President. 

Cashier. 



The Farmers and 
Merchants Bank 

Lyons, Georgia 



Capital, - $25,000.00 



Any information desired in re- 
gard to our town or looking 
to the upbuilding of this sec- 
tion will be furnished on 
application. 



We want your business. 



Financial Institutions. 



R. 0. PITTS, Pres. C. W. SMITH, Vke-Pres. 

E. L. HENDERSON, Cashier 

THE COMMERCIAL 
BANK 

OF CEDARTOWN 
Cedartown - Georgia 



Capital, 
Surplus, 



$100,000.00 
125,397.77 



YOUR BUSINESS IS INVITED 



JAS. HEATON, Pres. A. H. GRAEFER, Vice-Pres. 
T. G. SELMAN, Cashier 

No. 64-398 

THE ROCKMART 
BANK 

Rockmart, Georgia 



Capital, 
Resource 



$30,000.00 
200,000.00 



Only Bank in Polk County insuring all Deposits 
United States, State and City Depository 

Five per cent. Interest paid on Time Deposits 
Collections Given Prompt Attention 



SAFE 



ABLE 



LIBERAL 



THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK 

OF CARTERSVILLE, GEORGIA 



WRITE TO US SEND YOUR FRIENDS TO US 
DO YOUR BUSINESS WITH US 

We Will Answer Your Letters Be Glad to See Your Friends 
Handle Your Business Satisfactorily 



CAPITAL, $50,000.00 



SURPLUS AND PROFITS. $80,000.00 
TOTAL ASSETS. $500,000.00 



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Financial Institutions. 



The Man Who Says 

'7 CAN'T" Is Usually Right 



But no one need think they 
can not have a bank account, 
or receive the quickest collec- 
tion facilities, because THIS 
BANK has adopted the rule of 
any amount for deposit, and 
rapid transit in handling out- 
of-town items. 



Bank of Cartersville 

Capital, Surplus and Profits, $132,000.00 
Resources, $400,000.00 



CARTERSVILLE 



GEORGIA 



We Pay 5% Interest on 
Savings Accounts 



THE CITIZENS 
NATIONAL BANK 

D. H. YOUNG, Cashier 
ROCKMART, GEORGIA 



Capital 
Resources 



$40,000.00 
$200,000.00 



A. E. YOUNG. Prcs. 0. WILLINGHAM. Vicc-Prcs. 

E. C. BENTON, Cashier 

Bank of Cedartown 

CEDARTOWN, GEORGIA 



CAPITAL - $50,000.00 
SURPLUS - $47,000.00 



4% interest paid on time deposits. 



Collections given prompt 
attention. 



L. 0. BENTON, Pres. C. B. CHAMBERS, Vice-Pres. 
W. M. FITE, Cashier 



Bank of Statham 

STATHAM, GEORGIA 



Capital Stock 
Surplus 
Deposits - - 



$25,000.00 

- $7,500.00 

$80,825.97 



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Financial Institutions. 



ESTABLISHED 1861 



The Lowry National Bank 

ATLANTA :: GEORGIA 



Designated Depositary of the United States, City of Atlanta 

and County of Fulton 



CAPITAL -------- $1,000,000.00 

SURPLUS -------- 1,000,000.00 

UNDIVIDED PROFITS ----- 250,000.00 



Unexcelled facilities for handling all classes of business. 

Banking by mail a specialty. 

We solicit the business of Individual Firms and Corporations 
located along the line of the "SEABOARD" 



OFFICERS 



ROBERT J. LOWRY, President 
THOMAS D. MEADOR, Vice-Pres. E. A. BANCKER, Jr.. Asst. Cashier 
HENRY W. DAVIS, Cashier H. WARNER MARTIN, Asst. Cashier 

DIRECTORS 

THOMAS J. AVERY SAMUEL M. INMAN J. H. NUNNALLY 

HENRY W. DAVIS ROBERT J. LOWRY FREDERIC J. PAXON 

THOMAS EGLESTON E. P. Mc BURNEY ERNEST WOODRUFF 

THOMAS K. GLENN JOHN E. MURPHY MELL R. WILKINSON 

EDWARD H. INMAN THOS. D. MEADOR 



256 



Financial Institutions. 











CENTRAL BANK AND 
TRUST CORPORATION 

Resources 

Six Million Dollars 

ATLANTA - GEORGIA 











L. O. BEXTOX 
President 



J. C. COOPER 
Cashier 



Farmers Bank of Bogart 

Bogart, Georgia 




Capital, - - - $25,000.00 

Interest Paid on Time Deposits 

The Accounts of Farmers and Merchants Solicited 

Collections Given Special Attenlion 



THE 

Georgia National Bank 

of Athens, Georgia 



Capital, $200,000.00 

Surplus and Profits, - $225,000.00 



Largest Ban^ in Northeast 
Georgia 



Young, Live, Active and 
Up-to-Dale 



Collections a Specialty 



JXO. J. WILKINS, Pres. F. P. VINCENT, Vice-Pres 
W. P. BROOKS, Cashier 



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Financial Institutions. 



R. W. HUFF, President J. M. NORMAN, Cashier 



PLANTERS BANK 



CARLTON, GEORGIA 



Capital . . $25,000.00 



Five Per Cent. Interest Paid on 
Time Deposits 



PROMPT ATTENTION PAID TO 
COLLECTIONS 



W. O. JONES, President T. O. TABOR, Vice-President 
J. H. BLACKWELL, Cashier 



BANK of ELBERTON 



ELBERTON, GEORGIA 



Capital .... $25,000.00 
Surplus and Profits 42,000.00 



WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS 



W. H. SHELTON, ANDREW C. ERWIN. 

President Vice-President 

R. W. WOODS, Cashier 



CITIZENS BANK & 
TRUST CO. 



ATHENS 



GEORGIA 



Capital 
Surplus 



$50,000.00 
10,000.00 



Resources, Quarter of a Million 



COLLECTIONS GIVEN SPECIAL 
ATTENTION 



Any information regarding this section will be cheerfully 
furnished on application. 



J. D. LONG, O. L. DEADWYLER, 

President Vice-President 

F. D. SMITH, Cashier 



CARLTON BANK 



CARLTON, GEORGIA 



Capital 
Surplus . 



$25,000.00 
7,500.00 



DEPOSITS INSURED 



Prompt Attention to Collections 



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Financial Institutions. 



Dacula Banking Co. 

Dacula, Ga. 



CAPITAL .$25,000.00 



5% interest paid on time deposits 



Collections given prompt attention 

J. L. GLENN, President S. M. JONES, Vice-President 

J. R. DYE, Cashier Wn. McKINNELL, Asst. Cashier 



No. 8471 



The National Exchange Bank 

Capital $100,000.00 Surplus $40,000.00 



We solicit your account 



Chester 



South Carolina 



S. D. M. GUESS, President 

J. ARTHUR WIGGINS, Vice-Pres. & Cashier 

J. B. GUESS MISS CARRIE RILEY. Asst. Cashier 



The Bank of Denmark 



Information regarding this section will be 
cheerfully furnished on application. 



4% interest paid on time deposits, 
computed quarterly. 



Denmark 



South Carolina 



JOS. NORWOOD, I'res. J.N'O. W. 1.1 LI, AU I), Cashier 



Union National Bank 




Capital $150,000.00 
Surplus and Profits $50,000.00 



This bank invites you to open 
an account. We offer every facility 
which is justified by safe and con- 
servative banking, and nothing 
which we can not profitably do. 



Columbia 



South Carolina 



259 



Financial Institutions. 




WILLIAM COLEMAN & CO.. Bankers 
WHITMIRE, S. C. 



GLENN-LOWRY MANUFACTURING CO. 

EXECUTIVE OFFICES 

WHITMIRE, S. C. 




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70,000 SPINDLES 



WHITMIRE PLANT 

2,000 AUTOMATIC LOOMS 



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Financial Institutions. 



FIRST STATE BANK 

BOSTIC, N. C. 



S. B. Harrill, Pres. E. N. Washburn, Vice-Pres. 

L. S. Thomas, Cashier 



We do a regular banking business 
SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO COLLECTIONS 

Information cheerfully given regarding this section 



The Citizens Exchange Bank 

DENMARK, S. C. 




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OFFICERS 

F. V. JAMES, President and Cashier 
J. G. H. GUESS, Vice-President 

DIRECTORS 

H. C. RICE C. W. GARRIS 

JOHN W. CRUM J. W. PREACHER 

H. J. ZORN J. G. H. GUESS 

F. V. JAMES 

4°/o interest paid on savings deposited, interest computed 
quarterly. Progressive, yet conservative 



THE BANK OF CROSS HILL 

CROSS HILL, S. C. 

Capital Stock, $50,000.00 Surplus, $12,500.00 



OFFICERS 

W. C. RASOR, President Di . J. H. MILLER, Vice-President 

E. B. RASOR, Cashier 

DIRECTORS 

Dr. J. H. Miller R. A. Austin A. M. Hill P. N. Boozer 

J. H. Atchison W. C. Rasor E. B. Rasor 



YOUR BUSINESS SOLICITED 

City and County Depository 
COLLECTIONS GIVEN PROMPT ATTENTION 



G. E. Young, President W. W. Hicks, Cashier 

No. 9203 

The First National Bank 

OF FOREST CITY 

FOREST CITY, N. C. 

Capital, $25,000.00 Surplus and Profits, $7,500.00 

Only National Ban\ in Rutherford County 



Information cheerfully given in regard 
to this section, looking to the location 
of manufacturing plants and other 
industries. Water power abundant 



ACCOUNTS OF INDIVIDUALS and 
CORPORATIONS SOLICITED 

Remit on same day collections made 



D. B. Harrill, Pres. J. A. Martin, Vice-Pres. 

G. S. Harrill, Cashier 



BANK OF ELLENBORO 



ELLENBORO, N. C. 



We do a general banking business 

4% PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS 

Information cheerfully given in regard 
to this section 



SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO 
COLLECTIONS 



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Financial Institutions. 



A. W. BLACK A. J. BEAM W. V. SMITH 

President Vice-President Cashier 



PEOPLES BANK 



We transact a general banking business 

Every facility and accommodation 

offered to customers, consistent 

with sound banking and 

prudent management 



LIBERAL INTEREST PAID ON 
DEPOSITS 



WACO - NORTH CAROLINA 



S. S. MAUNEY W. A. MAUXEY M. L. MAUXEY 
President Vice-President Cashier 



THE 

First National Bank 

No. 9548 



Capital $25,000.00 

Surplus and Profits - $15,000.00 



CONSIDERATE, COURTEOUS 
CONSERVATIVE 



Send us your collections direct. Remit- 
tances made in New York funds on 
date of collection at lowest rates. 



Cherryville - North Carolina 



GEORGE STEPHEN'S B. N. DUKE W. S. LEE W. H. WOOD J. E. DAVIS P. C. WHITLOCK 

President Vice-President Vice-President Secretary & Treas. Ass't Sec. & Treas. Trust Officer 

AMERICAN TRUST COMPANY 



Capital and Profits 

$600,000.00 



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DC 



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Commercial and Savings 
Banking 

4% Interest Paid on Savings 

and Certificates of 

Deposits 



DC 



3 



CHARLOTTE 



NORTH CAROLINA 



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Financial Institutions. 



BANK OF ROCKINGHAM 

ROCKINGHAM, N. C. 



Assets Over $200,000.00 



PROMPT ATTENTION GIVEN TO ALL COLLECTIONS 




THE 

BANK OF UNION 

MONROE, NORTH CAROLINA 



W. S. Blakeney, President 
J. R. Shute, Vice-President 



W. C. Stack, Cashier 

R. G. Laney, Asst. Cashier 



Capital 
Surplus 



$50,000.00 
$50,000.00 



4% paid on lime deposits. Collections remitted for 
promptly. All business intrusted to our care given 
the best of attention. 




THE 

BANK OF ROBESON 

MAXTON, N. C. 



Capital $50,000.00 



Special attention paid to Collections. 
4% interest paid on savings deposits. 
Any information regarding this section cheerfully fur- 
nished on application. 



263 



Financial Institutions. 



THE STATE BANK 
OF WINGATE 

Capital $10,000.00 

Surplus and Undivided 
Profits $3,000.00 



Pay 4% on certificates of deposit 
Collections given prompt attention 



WINGATE, NORTH CAROLINA 



T. 0. EVANS, President 

A. J. MoKINNON, Vice-Pres. 

LACY WILLIAMS, Cashier 

THE BANK OF 
MAXTON 

ORGANIZED 1900 




Capital $75,000.00 
Surplus and Profits $50,000.00 

This bank does a general banking business and 
makes a specialty of handling collections direct. 

4% paid on savings accounts 
"Always at your service" 

Maxton North Carolina 



E. A. LACKEY 

President 



C. H. MORROW 

Cashier 



BANK OF 
HAMLET 

CAPITAL AND SURPLUS 

$70,000.00 

WITH RESOURCES OVER 

$400,000.00 




Most Liberal Bank in 
the County 

It will pay YOU to do business with us. 

We pay 4 per cent, interest 

compounded quarterly 



GIVE US YOUR BUSINESS 

AND GROW WITH US 



HAMLET, North Carolina 



264 



Financial Institutions. 



C. B. TOWNSEND, Active Vice-Prest. 
R. D. CALDWELL. Vice-Prest. 
A. E. WHITE, Vice-Prest. 



A. W. McLEAN, President 



C. V. BROWN, Cashier 

1>. B. DOUB, Asst. Cashier 

S. K. NASH, Teller 



THE BANK OF LUMBERTON 



LUMBERTON, N. C. 



CAPITAL $100,000.00 



Our Bank is the Oldest, Largest and Strongest Bank in Robeson County, with the 
Best Facilities for Handling Accounts of All Individuals 



BANK OF BLADENBORO 



BLADENBORO, N. C. 



Capital Stock, Surplus AOO 0^0 C\C\ 
and Undivided Profits vfOZjUUU.UU 



H. C. BRIDGER 

President 



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H. C. BRIDGER C. O. BRIDGER J. L. BRIDGER 
Pres.-Treas. Sec'y Gen'l Mgr. 

Bladenboro Cotton Mills 

(Incorporated) 

BLADENBORO, N. C. 
SPINNERS OF 

HIGH GRADE HOSIERY YARNS 
8 5 to 1 2 5 



265 



Financial Institutions. 



Atlantic Trust and Banking Company 

HONOR ROLL SAVINGS BANK 

WILMINGTON, N. C. 




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nil 11 in 




Capital and Surplus, $160,000.00 



Acts as 
Guardian 

Administrator 
Receiver 
Trustee 
Agent 



INTEREST 



4% 



INTEREST 



Paid upon Certificates of 

Deposit and all Savings 

Accounts 

BANKING BY MAIL 



The illustration shows the home 
of this institution, completed and 
owned out of its surplus earned 
profits since its organization in 1902. 



Interested attention and assist- 
ance furnished to all worthy 
newcomers 



CORRESPONDENCE INVITED 



CHAS. N. EVANS, President 

J. G. L. GIESCHEN, Vice-Pres. 
MILTON CALDER, Cashier 

Cor. Front and Market Sts. 



266 



Financial Institutions. 





n 




L, B, Evans, A. A. Clahk, 

President. Vioe-Preaident. 

The Bank of Bladen 

CAPITAL AND SURPLUS, 
$33,000.00 

4% Interest Paid on Savings Deposits 

E. C. CLARK, Cashier 

CLARKTON, NORTH CAROLINA 


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AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK 



WILMINGTON, N. C. 



COMMERCIAL AND SAVINGS 



Capital and Surplus, $300,000.00 



W. B. COOPER 
C. E. BETHEA 



President 
Cashier 



BANK OF ABERDEEN 

ABERDEEN, N. C. 

Capital and Surplus, $20,000.00 

Information Regarding this Section 
Cheerfully Given 



HENRY A. PAGE, President 



J. W. GRAHAM, Cashier 



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Financial Institutions. 



H. C. McQUEEN, President J. W. YATES, Vkc-Pres. M. F. ALLEN, Asst. Cashier 

J. V. GRAINGER, Vice-Pres. C. S. GRAINGER, Cashier WARREN S. JOHNSON, Asst. Cashier 



No. 5182 



The Murchison National Bank 



OF WILMINGTON, N. C. 



Capital and Surplus - $1,400,000 

Deposits _____ $4,500,000 



U. S. GOVERNMENT, STATE, COUNTY AND CITY DEPOSITARY 

DEALERS IN FOREIGN EXCHANGE 

CONSERVATIVE, BUT PROGRESSIVE, BANKING IN ALL 
ITS DEPARTMENTS 



T. W. BROOKS, Pres. J. W. YATES. Sec. & Treas. W. R. BARKSDALE, V.-P. & Cen. Mir. 



CAPE FEAR OIL CO. 

WILMINGTON :: N. C. 



PETROLEUM PRODUCTS, AUTOIL (Carbonless). LUBRICATING OIL 
FOR AUTOMOBILES, MANUFACTURED FROM PENNSYLVANIA CRUDE 



268 



Financial Institutions. 



LEGH R. WATTS, President 

C. S. SHERWOOD, Vice-President 



S. D, MAUPIN, Cashier 

W. M. RIDDICK, Assistant Cashier 



The Bank of Portsmouth 

Portsmouth, Va. 



Capital 

Surplus and Profits 



$100,000.00 
104,000.00 




In our new Banking House, erected 1913, where we are 
well prepared to handle the accounts of individuals, firms 
and corporations. 



Savings Department 

Security Vault Safety Boxes 

Depository for City, County and Postal Savings System Accounts 



269 



Financial Institutions. 



C. B. Grout, Pres. William F. Junge, Vice-Pres. 

H. O. Riggan, Cashier 

The Citizens' Bank 
and Trust Company 

OF SOUTHERN PINES, N.'C. 

SOUTHERN PINES, N. C. 

Interest paid on Time Certificates. Safety Deposit Boxes 
for rent. Collections made at low rates. 

Merchants and Farmers Bank 

APEX, NORTH CAROLINA 

Capital, - §15,000.00 



s 



ARE 

CURI 
OLID 



Depository for United States Government Postal Savings 

Funds. Protected by Fire and Burglary 

Insurance. Officers Bonded. 



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Banking Loan & Trust Co. 



\ 3J2/JUJ. 



SAXFORD, N. C. 



Capital, 



$25,000.00 



Strength, Conservatism and Safety. Universally Popular. 
Financially Strong. Four per cent. Interest paid on Savings. 

Dr. Chas. B. Wilkerson, Pres. W. F. Utley, Vice-Pres. 
M. G. Upchtjrch, Cashier 

THE PEOPLES BANK 

APEX, NORTH CAROLINA 



Capital Paid in. 
Authorized Capital, 



810,000.00 
25,000.00 



Does a Commercial and Savings business. Pays four per 
cent, quarterly in the Savings Department. 
Collections promptly attended to. 



J. A. Keith, Pres. H. C. Cameron, Vice-Pres. 

D. A. McLauchlin, Cashier 



The Bank 
of Vass 

Vass, N. C. 

CAPITAL STOCK 
810,000.00 



Four per cent. Interest paid on Savings Deposits com- 
pounded. Collections made and remitted promptly. 




S. P. Hatch, President 



Miss J. M. Ross, Cashier 



The Bank of Sanford 

SANFORD, NORTH CAROLINA 



CAPITAL, - 
SURPLUS AND PROFIT, 
DEPOSITS, - 



Your Business Solicited 



816,650.00 

17,500.00 

250,000.00 



JNO. A. MILLS - - - - President 
L. E. COVINGTON - Active Vice-Pres. 
ALBERT L. COX - - - Vice-Pres. 
F. T. RICKS - - Sec. and Treasurer 




CAPITAL 
SURPLUS 



S100, 000.00 
S10, 000.00 



We pay 49c on time or savings deposits 



We solicit vour business 



Special attention paid to collections 



Your money is safe if you deposit with us 



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Financial Institutions. 



The Commercial National Bank 

Raleigh, North Carolina 



B. S. JERMAN, President 

A. A. THOMPSON, Vice-President 
E. B. CROW, Cashier 

A. P. BAUMAN, Ass't Cashier 



Resources $2,250,000.00 



Any business entrusted to 
us will receive our prompt 
and careful attention. 





SHIPPERS 

send your collections 
direct for prompt re- 
turn to us. 



INTERIOR BAXKIXG ROOM 



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Financial Institutions. 



CITY DEPOSITARY 



MERCHANTS AND FARMERS 

. BANK 



PORTSMOUTH 



VIRGINIA 



Capital Stock $51,500.00 

Surplus and Undivided Profits (earned) . 325,144.27 



Transacts a General Banking Business. Accounts of Farmers, Merch- 
ants and others solicited. Collections solicited on Portsmouth, Norfolk 
and vicinity; we make prompt presentation of drafts and checks and 
remit on day of payment. 



OFFICERS 



JNO. T. GRIFFIN, President 
JAS. H. TOOMER, Vice-President 



WILLIAM G. MAUPIN. Jr., Cashier 
L. McK. JACK, Assistant Cashier 



JOHN T. GRIFFIN 
C. T. PARRISH 
WRIGHT B. CARNEY 
C. W. COLEMAN 



DIRECTORS 

JAMES H. TOOMER 
HENRY KIRN 
R. C. MARSHALL 
T. J. BARLOW 



S. P. OAST 
W. C. CORBITT 
W. G. PARKER 
W. G. MAUPIN, Jr. 



Real Estate. 



OFFICE TF.LEPHONE 1644 HOUSE TELEPHONE 2772 



CHAS. A. BROWN, Jr. 

REAL ESTATE 



30-31 BUCKMAN BUILDING 

Corner Forsyth and Hogan Streets 

JACKSONVILLE . ' . FLORIDA 



MRS. S. E. KEY £& SON 



REAL ESTATE 



ST. PETERSBURG, FLORIDA 



273 



Real Estate. 



SIESTA ON THE GULF 



Across the Bay from Beautiful Sarasota, adjoining 
Mrs. Potter Palmer's Property 

IDEAL LOCATION FOR WINTER HOMES 

Home of Tropical and Semi-tropical Fruits 
Land cleared, streets cleared and opened up 
Concrete Sidewalks laid, good water supply 
Canals Dredged, miles of water front and deep water 

right up to the shores 
Good Boat Harbor and Automobiling 
Telephone and Telegraph Service 
Also Shell Gathering, Surf Bathing, the finest Fishing, 

Clams, Oysters and Stone Crabs at your door 
Bungalows for rent or sale 

Every Lot Has Its Commercial Value 

SOLD ON EASY TERMS 



E. A. CUMMINGS & CO., Chicago, 111. 
or HARRY L. HIGEL, Sarasota, Fla. 

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Real Estate, Loans, Etc. 



A. B. EDWARDS 



Real Estate, Investments 
Loans and Insurance 



Thoroughly familiar with conditions, 
locations and values in South Florida. 
Sale and development of lands in famous 
Sarasota Bay district of Manatee 
County a specialty 

INFORMATION CHEERFULLY GIVEN 



Sarasota, Florida 



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Real Estate, Stocks, Bonds, Banks. 



"INVESTMENTS FOR INCOME" 
REAL ESTATE, STOCKS, BONDS 

American Securities Company 

JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA 

Organized Under the Laws of the State of Florida. CAPITAL STOCK, $250,000.00 

J. A. HOLLOMON, President D. H. McMILLAN 1st Vice-Pres. J. H. PATTERSON, 2d Vice-Pres. S. C. LITTLEFIELD, Sec. & Treas 



The Terra Ceia Estates 

INCORPORATED 

Growers and Shippers of 

FANCY GRAPEFRUIT 
AND ORANGES 

Terra Ceia, Florida 

T. RALPH ROBINSON, Manager 

New York Office : 
99 John Street 

Choice Tracts of Hammock Land. Write for Folder 



Merchants 
National Bank 

OF RALEIGH, N. C. 
Resources - - $2,800,000.0* 

We collect the entire State of North Carolina direct. 

Active and Savings accounts solicited. 4 r o Interest, 
Compounded Quarterly, paid in Savings Depart- 
ment. 



The 
Fidelity Bank 

DURHAM, N. C. 



CAPITAL 
SURPLUS 
RESOURCES 



$100,000.00 

$400,000.00 

$3,000,000.00 



OFFICERS: 

B. N. DUKE, President 
JOHN F. WILY, Vice-President 
S. \V. MINOR, Cashier 



STATE, CITY AND COUNTY 
DEPOSITORY 



AUTHORIZED BY ITS CHARTER 

TO ACT AS ADMINISTRATOR, GUARDIAN, TRUSTEE, 

AGENT, EXECUTOR, ETC. 



THE STRENGTH OF THIS BANK LIES NOT ALONE 

IN ITS CAPITAL, SURPLUS AND RESOURCES, BUT IN 

THE CHARACTER AND FINANCIAL RESPONSIBILITY 

OF THE MEN WHO CONDUCT ITS AFFAIRS. 



DIRECTORS: 



V. S. BRYANT 
J. S. COBB 

B. N. DUKE 
A. B. DUKE 

F. L. FULLER 



A. E. LLOYD 
J. E. STAGG 

J. B. WARREN 
G. W. WATTS 
JOHN F. WILY 



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Real Estate and Loans. 



J. H. BRUNJES W. E. ROBINSON 

W. E. ROBINSON & CO. 

PALMETTO, FLA. 



REAL ESTATE 
AND LOANS 

All Classes of Property 

Improved and Unimproved Property in Town 
or Country, in fact Everything in 
the Real Estate Line 



Large Tracts, Truck Farms, Grapefruit 
Groves and Timber Lands 



Reference: Manatee County 
State Bank, Palmetto, Fla. 



277 



Real Estate. 



SARASOTA 



The Home of the Prize-winning Brands of 
"SARA-DE-SOTA" CITRUS FRUITS 

AND THE 

"HUB of the LAND of MANATEE" 



Correspondence is invited from Investors and Homeseekers 
in regard to the BANNER DISTRICT of FLORIDA centering 
at SARASOTA 

''THE MOST BEAUTIFUL RIVIERA BAY IN THE WORLD ' ' 



BY THE 

SARASOTA REALTY EXCHANGE 

BOX 477 

Managers : -WM. TALBOT CAVEN, Secretary-Treasurer, 

SARASOTA CITRUS GROWERS* ASSOCIATION 

R. WM. GRINTON, Member Board of Governors, 

SARASOTA BOARD OF TRADE 

EVERYTHING IN CITRUS LANDS, GROVES, VEGETABLE LANDS, 
CITY PROPERTY, BAY FRONT VILLAS AND VILLA SITES 



A SPLENDID ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT IN CHARGE OF FITCH P. 
WRIGHT, LATE OF THE PENNSYLVANIA SYSTEM. SURVEYS, SUB- 
DIVISIONS, MAPS, DRAINAGE, MUNICIPAL ENGINEERING 



— 



FLORIDA 



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Real Estate and Vegetables. 



JNO. W. JACKSON 

DEALER IN 

Celery and Other Florida 
Early Vegetables 

On the Buffalo Canal 



CELERY FARMS FOR 
SALE OR FOR RENT 



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Look for the Buffalo 

When You Want Something Good 



JNO. W. JACKSON, Proprietor 

P. O., Palmetto, Fla. 

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Real Estate. 



H. S. CLARK, County Tax Assessor J. J. LAMB, Notary Public 

CLARK & LAMB 

DEALERS IN 

REAL ESTATE 

IN MANATEE COUNTY 



Homes, Town Lots, Bay, River and 

Gulf Fronts 

Timber, Phosphate, Fuller's Earth, 
Pasture and Farm Lands 

Orange and Grapefruit Groves a 

Specialty 

Large and Small Tracts of Best Celery 
and other Trucking Lands in the State 



We are life-long residents of this County, and as to our standing, we refer you to 
the First National Bank of this City 



BRADENTOWN :: FLORIDA 



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Real Estate. 











For Prices on Land 






and Properties in the 






Palmetto Garden 






and Fruit Section 






Write or See 






LAMB & WILLIS 






PALMETTO, FLORIDA 






Orange and Grapefruit Groves 






Trucking Lands 






River Front Property and 






Homes For Sale 






CORRESPONDENCE INVITED 











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Real Estate. 



E. M. GRAHAM 



BRADENTOWN, FLA, 



REAL ESTATE 



Timber Lands 

High Class Truck Farms 

Orange Groves 

And All Classes of 

Residence Property 



Everything Sold at the Right Prices 
on favorable terms 

Correspondence Invited. 



282 



Real Estate. 



HOLLEY &, RICHARDS 



REAL ESTATE 



We have Bargains in Hammock 
Lands, improved and unimproved, 
suitable for all kinds of farming, and 
orange and grapefruit culture. 
Also Bargains in City Property and 
Groves :: :: :: :: :: :: 



IT WILL PAY YOU TO 
SEE US BEFORE BUYING 



PALMETTO :: FLORIDA 

— THE GARDEN SPOT OF THE WORLD — 



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Real Estate. 











GEORGE RIGGIN 

Bradentown, Florida 




REAL ESTATE 


38 Years' Experience 

in Florida Orange Groves 

and Trucking 


Phosphate Lands and Large 
Tracts of Round Pine Timber 
in Manatee County, for Sale 
on Easy Terms 


REFERENCE 

First National Bank, Bradentown, Florida 









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Real Estate. 



J. GATES 



Manatee, Fla. 



REAL ESTATE 



OF 



ALL KINDS 



Orange and Grapefruit Groves 



Celery and Early Vegetable Lands 



TIMBER LANDS 
TOWN LOTS AND WINTER HOMES 



285 



Real Estate. 




TWO FLORIDA CRACKERS 



For something good in 



REAL ESTATE 



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write for booklet describing some of the 
best bargains in Manatee County. 

S. V. HARRIS 

Bradentown, Fla. 



Have been in«thc vegetable andi 
citrus fruit culture in Florida for 

33 years. 



Wilt give *hy customers benefit 
of my long experience in Florida 
in the selection of land. 



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Real Estate. 











E. B. ROOD 


i 


Vegetables 

Citrus Fruits 

Real Estate, Loans 


BRADENTOWN, FLA. 









287 



Real Estate. 



PINEY POINT 

FLORIDA 

The Atlantic City of the South 



Centrally located on Tampa 
Bay east shore line, eight miles 
across from St. Petersburg, 
facing the gulf ; two miles of 
beach, not excelled anywhere. 

This is the coming tourist 
rendezvous of Florida. Its 
climate, fishing, bathing and 
deep water facilities combine 
with its backing of thousands 
of acres of rich agricultural 
lands, its easy accessibility to 
the large phosphate rock de- 
posits, to give it advantages 
not possessed by any other 
location in the State of Florida. 



Piney Point has a depth of 
fifty-two feet of water within 
docking distance and direct 
connections by the Seaboard 
Air Line Railway to the lead- 
ing markets of the East, West 
and North, which insure its 
future without the possibility 
of a doubt. 

Fortunes await investors, 
home-seekers and tourists. 
Over $5,000,000.00 in fruit and 
vegetables shipped from Man- 
atee County this season. 

Don't fail to investigate. 



For reduced rates and information, write or wire 

J. A. SUGGS, 

General Manager, Piney Point Inv. Co., 
PALMETTO, FLORIDA. 



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Real Estate. 




MAP OF TOWN OF 
PINEY POINT, MANATEE COUNTY, FLORIDA 



289 



Real Estate. 




IN TAMPA 



Will be found a city making a marvelous growth, with a 
year 'round climate unsurpassed in any part of the globe. 
Its charm is attracting thousands from the north who 
recognize it as the coming metropolis of the Gulf coast, 
and is made doubly inviting by being the Hub of the Citrus 
Fruit and Winter Gardening industries. Its one hundred 
and forty per cent increase in the last decade will be 
greatly surpassed in the next. You are invited to write 
or visit us if interested in a home or investment in 
South Florida. 

SWANN & HOLTSINGER COMPANY 

American National Bank Building - TAMPA, FLORIDA 



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FLORIDA'S GROVES OF GOLDEN 

GRAPEFRUIT 



IN 



THE HIGHLANDS OF PASCO COUNTY 

Afford the best investment for the person of small means, or large means, to be found in this 
Land of Enterprise, Progress and Prosperity. 




GRAPEFRUIT TREE, SIX YEARS OLD, PRODUCED TEN BOXES OF 
FRUIT, SEASON OF 1912-13. 

Making a selection of location, the time and trouble of securing trees best suited for the purpose, 
as well as competent and reliable labor, has deterred a number of people who could well afford to 
become grove owners from embarking in an enterprise of this nature. 

To relieve those desirous of owning a citrus fruit grove from all worry and responsibility, and at 
the same time to assure them that their investment is absolutely safe, this company, organized and 
chartered under the Laws of Florida, announces that it has a plan whereby such groves will be 
planted, cared for, and three crops harvested and marketed for the purchaser, which under ordinary 
conditions will pay the full cost of (he grove. The payments for this fully developed grove are to be 
distributed over a period of five years, and are made through a Trust Company, acting as Trustee. 

The lands selected for these groves are the very best in the HIGHLANDS of Pasco County, a 
section noted for the perfection of its citrus fruits as well as for its elevation, freedom from frosts, 
and its general healthfulness. 

A handsomely illustrated booklet, descriptive of the Highland Groves, and containing full infor- 
mation concerning prices, terms of payment and our references, will be mailed upon request 
by letter or post card. 

TAMPA BAY LAND COMPANY 



Address 

GROVE DEPARTMENT, P. O. Box 36 
Jacksonville, Florida 



TAMPA, FLORIDA 



292 



Real Estate. 



WINTER HOMES BY THE SEASHORE 

at Gardenville, on Hillsborough Bay, 

offers you all of the delights of bath- high as 40 per cent, on the price 
ing, boating and hunting, with an asked. If it be a Fruit Orchard you 
abundance of sport, with climate un- want, write me about the size in- 
equalled — with a FLOWING WELL vestment you have to make and I 
of water, excellent soil for garden and will send list of those that fill your 
fruits. Prices $100 to $500 for large requirements. 



lots; no lot over three blocks from 
the water. 



TIMBER LANDS — Game Re- 
serves, cut over lands, in size to suit. 
ORANGE AND GRAPEFRUIT Some fine saw-mill propositions— one 
GROVES, in ideal locations, con- large body of cypress at a low price, 
venient to school, post-office and rail- For anything in FLORIDA, write me. 
roads, that pay 25 per cent, to as I will give you your money's worth. 



Address W. D. DAVIS, Rooms 9-10 Hampton Bldg., Tampa, Fla. 



CITRUS PARK 

A suburb and located on the highest point about the 
City of Tampa. Electric cars, water, paved street, etc. 
Ten to twelve large bearing orange trees to each lot; 
average last season, seven boxes of oranges to the tree; 
being built up for winter homes and permanent resi- 
dences. Building restrictions. Prices and terms reason- 
able. For particulars write to 

J. M. BAKER Box 480 TAMPA, FLA. 



293 



Real Estate. 



IF IT IS TAMPA OR FLORIDA REAL ESTATE YOU WANT, WE HAVE IT. 



No proposition is too large for us to handle; no investment too small for us to give our 
very best attention. 

We take pleasure in showing our prospects over our beautiful city, and will in every way 
assist them to become pleasantly located. 

Below, we give a few of our many listings, upon which we will be pleased to furnish addi- 
tional information when requested. 

Remember, our business in Real Estate is not only to sell you, but to make you a perma- 
nent and satisfied customer. 




Photo by J. J. Hall, Tampa. Fla. 

No. 1 — A beautiful, new home of ten rooms, with spacious grounds, filled with southern 
shrubbery, overlooking the bay. This is an ideal home for the northern tourist. Private 
bathing beach, and in all, a bargain. Price upon request. 

No. 2. — 70 acres on edge of town with houses entirely surrounding it, two railroads 
running through it and is the best factory location in Florida. This property can be bought 
at a very low figure just now, and as an investment, it cannot be duplicated. Price and terms 
on request. 

No. 3. — 200 acres on bay near Tampa, splendid beach, 20 feet of water and a piece of 
property one can easily double his money on in two years. This property must be sold, so 
get our price on it. 

No. 4. — 26 acres on the beautiful Hillsborough river, in the direct line of Tampa's fast 
growth. This property is just below the famous Sulphur Springs and has a beautiful view 
of the river with its steep banks. There are nearly 2000 feet of river frontage. This would 
be an ideal place for a winter home or for a subdivision. $15,000.00 will buy it and easy 
terms can be arranged. 

If you wish to loan out some money at 8% on first mortgage security 
on a 50% basis of valuation, we shall be glad to hear from you. 



SIMMS REALTY COMPANY 



SUITE 003 and 0O4. 
Citizens Bank & Trust Kl.lji. 

P. O. Box 4SS. 



TAMPA, FLA. 



REFERENCE— American National Bank, Tampa, Fla, 



^94 



Real Estate and Rent Collecting. 



TAXES PAID 



PHONE 608 



W. E. DORCHESTER 

Rent Collecting 
a Specialty 



TAMPA 



Rooms 5 and 6 
JACKSON BLDG. 
Cor. TWIGGS and 
FRANKLIN STS. 



FLORIDA 



I SOLICIT 

YOUR BUSINESS 



I Sell the Earth 

City Property 

Suburban Property 

Farms, Groves, Acreage 

Business Buildings, Homes, 
Residences. I know values 
and give my clients the 
benefit of my knowledge. 

TO BUY RIGHT—SEE ME 

T. ROY YOUNG 

Sales Manager 
Phone 306 P. 0. Box 668 Suite I, Sparkman Building 

TAMPA 



TAMPA 

the Gate-way to the Panama Canal, is the 
City for you to Investigate and Invest in. 

Francis B. Mcintosh 

Handling solely City Real Estate. My 
time and car are at your service. 



Phone 2296 



Over "Tibbetts Corner" 



316'A Franklin Street 



TAMPA, FLA. 



295 



Real Estate. 











REAL ESTATE 

LOANS AND INVESTMENTS 




TITLES EXAMINED 


First Mortgages 
Bought and Sold 


FOR BARGAINS SEE 

KELLAR INVESTMENT CO., 

TAMPA - - FLA. 

3 & 4 Hampton Building Phones 803-310 








296 





Real Estate. 



W. E. JOHNSON REALTY CO. 

TAMPA, FLORIDA 

Everything in Florida Real Estate 

CITRUS FRUIT GROVES TRUCKING LANDS 

SUBURBAN HOMES TIMBER TRACTS 



GIDDENS & GRAHAM 

Real Estate and Loans 

Room 307 ' AME ptT is*?™ BUILDING TAMPA, FLORIDA 

Correspondence Invited. Full information regarding Orange Groves, Improved 
Farms and Cutover Lands Furnished on Application 



O. S. ALLEN, Manager TELEPHONE 2322 

ALLEN REALTY COMPANY 

Rooms 5 and 6, GAS BUILDING TAMPA FI ORIHA 

Corner Tampa and Madi.on Streets I /\.lVi.T /A., F !_• \J i\ 1 U J\ 

All Classes of Property Bought, Sold and Exchanged 

HOMES, CITY AND SUBURBAN PROPERTY, FARMS, ORANGE GROVES 
TRUCK AND TIMBER LANDS— IMPROVED AND UNIMPROVED 



T. B. SMITH REALTY COMPANY 

504^ Franklin Street, TAMPA, FLORIDA 

WE HANDLE CITY PROPERTY, ORANGE GROVES, FARM 
AND TIMBER LANDS 



297 



Real Estate. 



301-303 Curry Building 



Telephone 1584 



LOVELESS 



& 



MOORE 

REAL ESTATE 

and 

RENTAL AGENTS 




Be sure and get 
in touch with Us 
before Buying. 
We will show 
you what you 
want. ...'.'.. 



TAMPA, :: FLA. 



J. W. LYKES 



& 



COMPANY 



TAMPA, 



FLA. 



REAL 
ESTATE 

City, Suburban and Country Property 

Rental Agents, Houses 

and Stores for rent in all 

parts of the City 



Fi 



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M 



arine a 



nd 



Liability Insurance 
Agents 



Room 2, GIDDEN'S BLDG. Phone 659 



YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED 



29N 






Real Estate. 



W. N. JACKSON REALTY CO. 

TIMBER LANDS FARMS 

ORANGE GROVES WINTER HOMES 

CITY AND SUBURBAN PROPERTIES 

We Are Pioneers And Know Florida 

Phones 984 and 2099M 

302 AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK BLDG., 
TAMPA, FLA. 

W. W. HOOPER 

Rent Collecting 
and Real Estate 

Correspondence Solicited Phone 554 

308 CURRY BUILDING, 

TAMPA, FLA. 



SHARP'S REAL ESTATE AGENCY 

CITY, SUBURBAN, ORANGE 

PROPERTY and TIMBER 

LANDS FOR SALE 

Information on any kind of Florida Real 
Estate furnished on application 

PHONE 232 

504i^ FRANKLIN ST., TAMPA, FLA. 

Zimmerman Realty Co. 

Just think! We can sell you an im- 
proved farm at cost of improvements 

Our Motto 

A satisfied customer is 
the best advertisement 

Box 305 : : Tampa, Fla. 



WELLS LAND CO. 

TAMPA, FLA. 

DEVELOPER OF 

WELLS PARK—™ 

This property is most desirably located just North of the City Limits, 
between two main thoroughfares. 

It has a frontage of one and one-half miles on the Hillsboro River. 

All lots will face beautiful shell streets sixty feet wide. 

Water piped to each home. 

All the lots are high and well drained. 

Shade trees in abundance. 

Many attractive homes have been built and more are continually being built. 

This property has a twenty-acre park. 

Sell principally my own property, consisting of farms, timber lands, 
groves and lots. 



Box 731 



D. S. WELLS, Owner 



Citizens Bank & 
Trust Co. Building 



299 



Real Estate. 



WIER REALTY 
COMPANY 



GENERAL 
REAL 
ESTATE 
AGENTS 



All kinds of property 
in South Florida. 

Reliable Information 
given as to values and 
locations. 

Write for our listing; 
we cheerfully mail 
same. 



WIER REALTY 
COMPANY 

504^ Franklin Street 
TAMPA - - - FLORIDA 



FREE 

THE HANDBOOK 
OF FLORIDA 



Tells how to judge Florida Land. 

What to do with — 

When to do it — 

The only true guide to success in 
Florida. 



SEND FOR YOUR COPY TO-DAY 

VALRICO LAND CO. 

GAS CO. BUILDING 
TAMPA - - FLORIDA 



t;he port richey com- 
pany has for sale at Port 
Richey, Fla., the very best 
Citrus and trucking lands in the 
state. The lands are situated 
on the Gulf Coast high rolling 
land and absolutely frost proof. 
The finest winter home sites 
in the state are on the "Cootee" 
river, which runs through the 
Port Richey section. 

EASY TERMS- 
THIRTY DOLLARS 
PER ACRE AND UP 

PORT RICHEY 
COMPANY 

408 Zack Street TAMPA, FLA. 



300 



Real Estate. 



Pendleton Land Co. 

INCORPORATED 

Tampa, Florida 

WHOLESAL E LANDS, TIMBER 
and COLONIZATION TRACTS 



Citrus 
Groves 



Gulf 
Keys 



Home 
Sites 



Suite 302 



AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK BUILDING 



TAMPA 




?f FLORIDA'S EYE-OPENER V 7 " 
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'^CHOICE CITRUS FRUIT AND TRUCK LAND5^- 

t A S PECIAL TY , 

OUR CLIENTS M/AKE MONEY 

BECAUSE 
WE KNOW HOW TO ADVERTISE AND 

GO ^JTERjT_^ 

BUVif/C OR SELLING -IF YOU'RE 
INTHE MARKET EITHER WAY 

9 

WHITE US TODAY 



301 



Real Estate. 



H. GUY NICKERSON, Pres. and Treas. EUGENE HOLTSIXGER, Vice-Pres. J r M. SCHREIBER, Sec. 

The Bayshore Development Company 

Real Estate and Investment 
Securities 



TAMPA FLORIDA 



J. J. Boyett & Sons S w « £■!»"■• 

J. W. BARNES 

REAL ESTATE 
Orange and Grapefruit Groves, City Property, Improved and Unimproved Lands 

LARGO, FLORIDA 




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THREE-YEAR-OLD PINEAPPLE ORANGE GROVE, FLORIDA. 

TH1-: NUMEROUS FINE GROVES ARE DELIGHTFUL SIGHTS TO THE GREAT HORDE OF VISITORS TO FLORIDA 

W. C. BLACK 

REAL ESTATE 

MY SPECIALTY: SUBDIVISION OF HIGH-CLASS CITY PROPERTY AT AUCTION 

FARM LANDS, TRUCK LANDS, ORANGE GROVES AND ORANGE GROVE LANDS 
ALL KINDS OF CITY PROPERTY ON. THE GULF OR ELSEWHERE 

11 and 12 Giddins Building 

TAMPA ------_- FLORIDA 



302 



Real Estate. 



HAMMOCK BROS. 

Dealers in City Property, Orange and Grapefruit Groves, 
Improved and Unimproved Lands in Pinellas County. 

CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED 

CLEARWATER, : : : FLA. 



DECKER REALTY CO. 

You can place full reliance upon the representations made by us regarding the properties we 
have to offer. Upon our lists are a large number of the most desirable residence and busi- 
ness lots in Tarpon Springs, and we have some beautiful water fronts suitable for pleasant 
winter homes. We have also improved city properties of various values, improved and un- 
improved country places, bearing orange groves, truck lands and timber and colonization 
tracts. It affords us pleasure to show our listings or give information regarding them. 



TARPON SPRINGS, 



FLORIDA 



John R. Durrance 

REAL ESTATE 

Loans - - Investments 

City Property Orange Groves 

Gulf Fronts Fruit Lands 

Suburban Property Timber and 
Colonization Tracts 

OFFICE: 
Room 106, Sponge Exchange Bank Building 



Tarpon Springs 



Florida 




This Tarpon was causrht here by our City Marshal 



303 



Real Estate. 




Clearwater, the county seat of Pinellas 
County, the highest point on the west 
coast of Florida, is beautifully located on 
Clearwater Bay, overlooking the Gulf of 
Mexico, and has a population of approx- 
imately 2,500, and is rapidly growing. 
Its rapid growth is accounted for by its 
ideal climate, the productiveness of the 
soil of the surrounding country, its mag- 
nificent orange groves, its boating and 
fishing, and its splendid Gulf Beach, 
where surf bathing may be safely in- 
dulged in the year round. 



Clearwater has paved streets and 
every convenience of the modern city. 
For natural beauty and healthfulness it 
stands at the head of the list, and is the 
center of the best district for growing 
citrus fruits on the Pinellas Peninsula, 
which is almost surrounded by the warm 
waters of the Gulf of Mexico, making it 
practically immune from hurtful frosts. 
MARSHALL & BRAXDOX, and THE 
BARCO REALTY COMPAXY, J. M. 
BARCO, Manager, are reliable Real 
Estate Agents, and will take pleasure in 
showing you this favored land. 



Marshall & Brandon 

Choice City Property 

Paying Orange Groves 

Unimproved Lands 



The Barco Realty Co. 

None but first-class property 
handled. We guarantee everything 
to be as represented. 



304 



Real Estate. 



BLANTON REALTY CO. 

Room 3, Davey Building CLEARWATER, FLORIDA 

REAL ESTATE 

City and Suburban Property, Timber Lands, Farm Lands, Groves, etc. 
Bay Front Property a Specialty. 

OUR MOTTO : Satisfied Customers. 
REFERENCE: Any bank in St. Petersburg or Clearwater, Florida. 



LIFE RESIDENTS OF FLORIDA. 



20-YEAR RESIDENTS OF PINELLAS PENINSULA. 



M. J. MCMULLEN largo, Florida 

REAL ESTATE 

ORANGE GROVES AND WILD LANDS, BEAUTIFUL LOTS FACING GULF 
BEACH ON THE ISLAND OF INDIAN ROCKS. 

A spur of Tampa and Gulf Coast R.R. goes into these Island properties. Nearest Gulf Beach resort for 

Tampa people. Easily accessible to St. Petersburg, Largo, Clearwater, Tarpon Springs, 

Plant City, Lakeland, Bartow and South Florida in general. 



COE & LADD 

AMERICAN STATE BANK BUILDING 



REAL ESTATE INVESTMENTS 



ST. PETERSBURG, FLORIDA 




Member St. Petersburg Real 
Estate Exchange. 



CITY PROPERTY 



SUB=DIVISION PROPERTY 



WINTER HOMES 



CONFIDENTIAL 
INVESTORS 



227 CENTRAL AVENUE 

ST. PETERSBURG FLORIDA 

Phone 68 



305 



Real Estate. 




PAUL R. BOARDMAN REALTY CO. 

ST. PETERSBURG, FLORIDA 



Real Estate 

See me for City Property, Suburban Lots, Farm 
Lands, Timber Lands, Orange and Grapefruit 
Groves, in fact everything in the Real Estate 
line. My list is complete. 

My Automobiles are at your disposal for investi- 
gating the various properties. 



Member of St. Petersburg Real Estate Exchange 



OVERLAND AUTOMOBILE AGENCY 



306 



Real Estate 



WE SELL, 

BUY, 

LEASE OR 

MANAGE 



We can find a purchaser, or sell any other kind 
of property you may have to offer. 

We handle real estate of any kind anywhere in 
Florida. We have a thorough knowledge of 
realty values. 



PROPERTY 



IN ANY 

PART 

OF 

FLORIDA 



Tell us what you want and where you want it — 
we will find it for you at a price that will 
please you. 

The Endicott Bros. Realty Co. 

ST. PETERSBURG, FLORIDA 



FLORIDA 

REAL ESTATE 

City Lots, Suburban Property, Orange Groves 

and Grove Lands 



In and near FLORIDA'S 
most beautiful City 



ST. PETERSBURG 



J. G. FOLEY 



Real Estate Agent 



St. Petersburg, Fla. 



Real Estate 




308 







Real Estate 
















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CRYSTAL BEACH, FLORIDA 

AN UNEQUALLED RESORT, BOTH SUMMER AND WINTER. 
REACHED OVER SPLENDID AUTOMOBILE ROADS FROM 

TAMPA AND ST. PETERSBURG. 
BEAUTIFUL HOME SITES FOR SALE. 

FOR COMPLETE INFORMATION, ADDRESS 

COE & LADD, Agents 

CRYSTAL BEACH CO. 
AMERICAN BK. BLDG. ST. PETERSBURG, FLORIDA 



R. H. THOMAS 



ST. PETERSBURG, FLA. 



City and Country Property 

SELLING AGENTS FOR MANY 
LARGE AND SMALL TRACTS 



CORRESPONDENCE PROMPTLY ANSWERED 



309 



Real Estate 



M. D. SEAMAN 

The Real Estate Bargain Man 

Real Estate 

Investments 

Insurance 

Rentals, Etc. 

CALL ON HIM AT 

402 Home Security Bldg., St. Petersburg, Fla. 

R. H. SUMNER 

St. Petersburg, Fla. 

Real Estate, Investments 

Timber Lands 

Farming Lands 
City Property 
Insurance 
Loans 



Real Estate 



W. J. MILLIKIN 

277 CENTRAL AVENUE 

ST. PETERSBURG 

FLORIDA 



PHONE 169 



REAL 
ESTATE 



NORTH SIDE PROPERTY A SPECIALTY 



E. M. BURK 



J. FRANK CHASE 



Burk-Chase 
Realty Co. 

319 CENTRAL AVENUE 

ST. PETERSBURG 

FLORIDA 



Real Estate 



: and : 



Investments 



Real Estate bought and sold on 
commission. We have anything 
you are looking for. Call and 
let us show you around. Our 
automobiles at your service. It 
costs you nothing to consult us. 



3ii 



Real Estate 



J. C. BLOCKER 



ST. PETERSBURG, FLA. 



REAL ESTATE 



A. R. WELSH 
F. B. WELSH 



A. E. WELSH 

A. E. WELSH, JR. 



Welsh Realty Co. 

REAL ESTATE AND LOANS 



We Buy and Sell Real Estate 
of Any Kind. City Property. 
Sub-Divisions. Unimproved 
Land. Groves, Truck Farms. 



REFERENCES 

BOARD OF TRADE 
REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE 
FIRST NATIONAL BANK 
CENTRAL NATIONAL BANK 
AM. BANK & TRUST CO. 

St. Petersburg. Florida 
PALMETTO STATE BANK 
Palmetto, Florida. 



461 Central Avenue 
ST. PETERSBURG, FLA. 



If You Are Looking For A Home In Florida 

INVESTIGATE THE BEAUTIFUL 

SARASOTA BAY DISTRICT 



There Is No Place In The World Like It 
Write Us For Booklet It Will Be Sent Upon Request 

WE ARE THE LARGEST OWNERS OF CITY PROPERTY 
AND SELL ONLY OUR OWN PROPERTY 



BURNS REALTY CO. - Sarasota, Fla. 



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W. S. BLACKBURN 

ST. PETERSBURG, FLA. 

Secondhand Real Estate 

City and Suburban Property. Timber and Farm 
Lands. Grapefruit and Orange Groves 

HOUSES FOR SALE AND FOR RENT 



Phone 7 



257 CENTRAL AVE. 




For further Information see W. S. BLACKBURN, the 
man with a face like a Bull-dog. 



PHILIP R. DANE 



REAL ESTATE BROKER 



RENTALS 



265 CENTRAL AVENUE 

ST. PETERSBURG, 

FLA. 



Home Seeker, Investor and Capitalist 



COME TO 



BOWLING GREEN 



DE SOTO COUNTY, FLA. 



BOWLING GREEN 

is Situated in 
High, Rolling Country, 
Headwaters of Numerous 

Creeks and Rivers 
No Swamps 'Within Miles 

NO MOSQUITOES 

Great Citrus and Truck 

Shipping Point. Three 

Packing Houses. Number 

of Stores, Churches, 

School, Bank, etc. 

And is destined to become 

one of the most noted 

places in South Florida 



For Wonderful Bowling Green Section See 

WILLIAMS 

"The Landman" 

BOWLING GREEN, FLA. 

Improved Farms and Groves, 

Unimproved Citrus and Truck Lands. 

Also Timber and Phosphate Lands. 

City Homes and Business Property. 



ARTISTIC FLORIDA BUNGALOW 
SPECIALISTS 

F. W. WILLIAMS &, CO. 

BOWLING GREEN, FLA. 

Architects, Contractors and Builders 

Plans and Estimates Furnished 



BOWLING GREEN 

needs: Several thousand 

more good men with push 

and enterprise. 

A Newspaper, Electric 

Light Plant, Ice Plant, 

Crate Mill, Canning 

Factory, etc. 

HOME SEEKER 

It is for j'our advantage to 
have old, successful farmers 
and growers for your neigh- 
bors when you make a start 
in new country. This is the 
case if vou locate at 
BOWLING GREEN 



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A MILLION ACRE 

OPENED FOR DEVELOPMEI 



HERE are opportunities unsurpassed for Timber Land and Colonization 
Developing Companies— Virgin Timber Lands purchased and held for 
years. Transportation was the one thing lacking to make them available 
for Development, and it has come with the construction of the Okeechobee 
Division of the Florida East Coast Railway and the Haines City Extension 
of the Atlantic Coast Line Railway. 



THE HAINES CITY EXTENSION 

Of the Atlantic Coast Line Railway, from Haines City south, is already in 
operation forty-seven miles to the town of Sebring, which is growing rapidly. 
It is expected that this line will be continued through to the Caloosahatchee 
River. We own about 400,000 acres — some in Polk County, but largely in 
DeSoto County — through which this new road has passed and is planned to pass. 

From Lake Childs north the land is high and rolling, covered with Virgin Pine, 
Oak, Hickory and Magnolia. There are a number of clearwater lakes from 
three to five miles long, with beautiful banks surrounding them, that will make 
fine sites for winter homes, orange and grape fruit groves and truck farms. 
The southern portion of the tract is somewhat similar to the lands in St. Lucie 
County, being very desirable for colonization purposes. 

THE MANATEE DIVISION OF THE 
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILWAY 

We own 75,000 acres of choice timber land touching Tampa Bay, in Hillsboro and 
Manatee Counties, with many miles of water frontage, which lands are now offered 
for sale. This tract is interspersed with orange and grapefruit groves and small 
farms. This is very choice property, being in the famous Manatee section. 



CONSOLIDATE 

Consolidated Buildil 



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K FLORIDA 

r TWO NEW RAILROADS 

THE OKEECHOBEE DIVISION 

Of the Florida East Coast Railway, from Maytown to Okeechobee, on the north 
shore of Lake Okeechobee, will open up a magnificent section. The road is 
already completed seventy-five miles. The major portion of the grading is 
completed and the entire road will be in operation within a year. We own 
400,000 acres in Osceola and St. Lucie Counties, through which this new 
railroad runs. These lands border on Lake Okeechobee and Lake Marion, 
and are all virgin pine timber lands that have never been touched by axe 
or plow. 

The soil is of a dark, loamy character, well adapted to the growing of citrus 
fruits, general farming and trucking. The lands in St. Lucie County are largely 
within the artesian flowing well district. St. Lucie County is the center of the 
famous Indian River orange and grapefruit section, and some of the finest 
groves in the State are located near our property. 

VALUABLE TIMBER 

The lands carry a quantity of virgin pine and cypress timber stumpage, 
ranging from 2,500 to 4,000 feet, board measure, per acre, in large tracts. 

THESE LANDS AT WHOLESALE 

ONLY 

The Consolidated Land Company owns over a million acres in Florida, and 
the lands described are offered in tracts of 5,000 acres and up. Bona-fide 
prospective purchasers may secure further information by addressing: 

(VND COMPANY 

eksonville, Florida 



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ANNA MARIA BEACH 

FLORIDA'S FAMOUS YEAR-ROUND RESORT 

On the Gulf of Mexico, near Tampa, St. Petersburg and Manatee River points 

GOOD HOTEL FURNISHED COTTAGES 

For full information, souvenir post cards and booklet, write 

ANNA MARIA BEACH CO. 



ANNA MARIA 



FLORIDA 



THE IDEAL OUTING PLACE FOR TOURISTS 



Where fish bite best. 
Where boating is a real pleasure. 
Where surf-bathing is unexcelled. 
Where moonlight is the softest. 
Where the beach is the whitest. 
Where breezes blow the gentliest. 
Where sea-shells are the prettiest. 
Where friends are the merriest. 



Where life means real living. 
Where you should spend your outing. 
Where the coziest cottages are available. 
Where shore dinners are most delicious. 
Where we would like to have you come 
and see for yourself what we have 
been doing to give South Florida 
the best resort on the Gulf 
of Mexico. 



mfnnBuiasHnC- 




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E. C. STUART 

BARTOW, FLA. 



EVERYTHING in 
REAL ESTATE 



including 

Developed Phosphate Properties 
Orange and Grapefruit Groves 
Unimproved Citrus Fruit Lands 
Colonization Tracts 
Timber Lands 
City Property 



WRITE FOR 
PARTICULARS 



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THE HEART OF 

"Worth While" Florida 



Lake Garfield Tract 

IN the Lake region of Polk County. Lands are adapted 
to Grapefruit, Oranges, Winter Trucking, Strawberry, 
Early vegetables and Stock Raising farms; contains more 
beautiful high bank lakes for picturesque winter home sites 
than any other tract in Florida. We sell our own lands and 
are not brokers but a home company of high standing. We 
insist on personal inspection. Only company selling land 
on six years' time. Send for our illustrated book free. 

You do not have to be told how easily these lands can 
be drained— an elevation exceeding 200 feet with deep 
branches of running water has already solved the problem. 

You have not seen the best until you have seen LAKE 
GARFIELD. Over 1 ,000 acres of newly planted groves 
owned by our purchasers in many states — the largest plant- 
ing development accomplished by any colonization company 
in Florida. 



SOUTHERN LAND SECURITIES CO. 

Box 305 A :: Bartow, Fla. 

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LAKE WALES 

In every respect Lake Wales possesses all those features desired by that 
class of citizens who seek to associate themselves with the best people 
when considering a winter home in the State of Florida. 

The railway station is situated on the highland bordering Crystal Lake. 
The station will overlook both Crystal and Wales. Crystal Lake is six and 
one-half feet above the level of Lake Wales, which it adjoins, and the 
station is thirty-five feet above Crystal — a 35-foot grade in 350 feet. 

LITTLE ESTATES 

10 or 20 Acres, $50 to $150 an Acre. 

If you desire a location chosen by men of means, where every dweller 
may enjoy freedom and the privacy of a large landed proprietor, 

ADDRESS 

Lake Wales Land Company 

INCORPORATED 



BARTOW 



FLORIDA 



ESTABLISHED 1886 



INCORPORATED 1896 



The Griff ing Brothers Company 

NURSERYMEN 

Nurseries at MacClenny and Miami, Florida 
Port Arthur and McAllen, Texas 



FLORIDA SALES OFFICES 
Jacksonville, Florida 
Miami :: Florida 



TEXAS SALES OFFICES 
Port Arthur, Texas 
McAllen :: Texas 



JACKSONVILLE 



FLORIDA 



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ZEPHYRHILLS, FLORIDA 

The Colony That Made Good 
Located in the Highlands of Pasco County 




Kcrltyrliltls, nori-in 





A FEW SCENES AT ZEPHYRHILLS 



I. Orange Grove 
3. Tomato Field 



2. Bean Field 

4. Egg Plant Field 



Zephyrhills is located in the hilly section of 
Pasco County. The main line of the Seaboard 
from Jacksonville to Tampa runs through the 
Colony. Within three years this place has grown 
to a population of about 2,000 people. Their 
town has Electric Lights, Telephone, Planing 
Mill, Syrup Factory, Canning Factory, Black- 
smith Shop, Bank and Twenty or more Business 
Houses. This has been accomplished 1 > v honest 
representations. All who visit the Colony say 
nothing has been misrepresented. The place is 
made up of Northern people 

It is a high and rolling country, but no sleep 
or rugged hills. Some points reach an elevation 
of over 200 feet above sea-level, which is very 
high for Florida. The land is the best, the soil 
being a mixture of sand, clay and vegetable mat- 



ter, underlaid with a clay sub-soil. It produces 
excellent crops of every known vegetable, as well 
as all kinds of grain, except wheat, and for 
Oranges and Grapefruit it cannot be excelled. 
The water is pure and soft, free from all kinds of 
minerals, coming from quartz rock. The Health 
is the best. There never has been a case of Ague 
— chills and fever or malaria — here. This is due 
to the fact that the place is free from swamps 
and mosquitoes. 

The Land is sold very reasonable by a Com- 
pany on tlie ground, and has no Northern offices. 
Land sells at from §25.00 to $50.00 an acre. 
Complete information can be had by writing to 

ZEPHYRHILLS COLONY COMPANY, 
ZEPHYRHILLS, FLA. 



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C. E. SPENCER 

DADE CITY, FLA. 

SELECT REAL ESTATE 
INVESTMENTS 



City Property, Farms, Timber Lands, 
Groves, and unimproved Pasco County 
Highlands, situated in the best trucking 
and fruit growing region of Florida. 



Free information furnished on application 
by one who has lived in and cultivated 
these lands for thirty years. Write to 

C. E. SPENCER, 

DADE CITY, FLA. 



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N. J. SUTTON H. P. PORTER GEO. H. KEEFE 

Manager 

Lake County Land Company 

(LAKE COUNTY) 

LEESBURG, FLORIDA 

ORANGE GROVES 

AND 

FARM LANDS 

AMONG THE DEEP LAKES 

OF 

FLORIDA 



Our Lands Are Located in the 

Heart of Florida 

COME AND SEE OUR 

Beautiful Homes, Groves, Farms and Lakes 

Our lands are guaranteed by one of the largest Trust Companies in the Country 
Visit or write us for full particulars 

Lake County Land Company 

LEESBURG, FLORIDA 



Real Estate 



The L. E. Dozier Real Estate Agency 



LEESBURG, 



FLORIDA 



REAL ESTATE 

The Oldest Real Estate Firm in the City 

Orange Groves, Lake Fronts, City 
and Suburban Properties 



REFERENCES: 

Leesburg State Bank 
Citizens' Bank of Leesburg 





CARL JANSEN, Notary Public 



L. C. WATKINS, Fire Insurance 



JANSEN & WATKINS 

REAL ESTATE 

CITY PROPERTY, IMPROVED AND UNIMPROVED. ORANGE GROVES AND 
.FARM LANDS. CUT-OVER LANDS IN LARGE AND SMALL TRACTS. GROVES 
PLANTED AND CARED FOR. CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED IN GERMAN, 
SCANDINAVIAN AND ENGLISH LANGUAGES. IF YOU DOUBT US, WRITE TO 
ANY BANK OR BUSINESS HOUSE IN ORLANDO. 



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CHULUOTA COMPANY 

CHULUOTA, FLORIDA 



The Chuluota Company, Incorporated, of 
Chuluota, Florida, situated on the new 
line of the Florida East Coast Railroad, 
high and dry, among beautiful clear water 
lakes, offers to the public, lots, in a ready- 
made town, at reasonable cost. 

We have laid out the Town site and are 
building and hard surfacing eighteen to 
twenty miles of streets and roads. This 
will be a novelty in Florida, a Town 
practically ready made before the lots are 
put on sale. 



can be had on the lower lands of the tract. 
We are cutting the ten thousand acres up 
into small farms to suit the buyer, and 
offer these farms at reasonable prices. 

Mr. J. E. Ingraham, Vice-President of the 
Florida East Coast Railroad, is President 
and General Manager of the Chuluota 
Company, and it is mainly through Mr. 
Ingraham's efforts and ability that the 
Florida East Coast has been built from 
Jacksonville to Miami. 



In addition to the Town lots we have ten For information, address Mr. J. E. Ingra- 

thousand acres of valuable lands suited to ham, President, St. Augustine, Florida, or 

citrus growing and all kinds of farming, Mr. Charles D. Brumley, Resident Agent, 

including trucking crops. Flowing wells Chuluota, Florida. 



THE CHULUOTA COMPANY 

CHULUOTA, FLORIDA 



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W. C. WILKINS 

In The Lake Region 

LEESBURG, FLA. 

REAL ESTATE BOUGHT 
AND SOLD 



Truck Farms Orange Groves 

Houses and Lots 

For Sale and Rent 



DEALER AND BROKER 

IN 

FLORIDA ORANGES, CABBAQE 
TOMATOES AND WATERMELONS 

Protected by the Produce Reporter Company's System 



George S. Deming Dr. C. E. Coffin 



DEMINQ & COFFIN 

Winter Park, Florida 

REAL ESTATE 

AND 

RENTALS 



Town Property, Groves, 
Farms and Timber Lands 



LAKE REGION 

Central Florida 

REAL ESTATE 



OUR LIST 

Is composed of elegant Florida properties, either for the 
Home-seeker or the Investor. 



WE OFFER 

High class Florida homes, Lake front properties, Orange 
and Grapefruit groves, large and small tracts of land, de- 
sirable colony tracts, city and farm properties. 




To be able to furnish you intelligent information we 
must have a correct idea of your requirements and know 
the amount you are willing to invest. For informa- 
tion, address 

NEEDHAMandCO. 



UMATILLA, FLA. 

REFERENCE: 
Bank of Umatilla. 



LEESBURG, FLA. 

REFERENCE: 
Citizens Bank. 



FOR SALE 



Choice Building Lots 

and 

Grove Property 

at 
WINTER PARK 

The Heart of Orange County 

FLORIDA 
C. H. Morse, Owner 



Address: H. A. Ward, Agent, 

WINTER PARK 



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No Transaction is Satisfactory to Our Business is Conducted on the 

Us Unless it is Satisfactory to You Principle of Mutual Advantage 

Orlando Real Estate Co. 

CITY, COUNTY, STATE PROPERTIES 

wa TS S pK ck ORLANDO, FLORIDA 

We Make a Specialty of the Following 

1. Farm properties, improved and unimproved. 5. City and suburban property, in Ocala and 

2. Orange groves, ranging in size from five otner places. 

acres to 275 acres. 6. Sawmill propositions, chicken ranches, 

„ ... . . ... , , , nnn . hotels and business propertv in general. 

dnnnn PmC " ' We are offering for sale at the present time 

4U,UUU acres. several hundred small farms in the vicinity 

4. Cut-over lands for colonization purposes. of Ocala, Lake Weir and Citra. 

H. A. KRAMER CO. ocala, Florida 



FLORIDA REAL ESTATE 



l[ HANDLE all classes of real estate, such as Farming, Trucking, 
-*■ Fruit and Timber Lands. The lands in this section are especially 
adapted to the cultivation of Strawberries, Irish and Sweet Potatoes, 
Sugar Cane, Tomatoes, Cucumbers, Beans, Lettuce, Celery; also 
general farm crops of Corn, Oats, Hay, etc. The soil is particularly 
adapted for Pecans, Peaches, Grapes, Figs and Japan Persimmons. 
An all-round farming and trucking section. Dark loam top soil — 
clay subsoil. Land easily cleared. For further particulars write 
for book. 



COMER L. PEEK 

(ATTORNEY-AT-LAW) 

LAND AND TIMBER EXPERT 
STARKE, BRADFORD COUNTY, FLA. 

NOTARY PUBLIC 34 YEARS' EXPERIENCE AT STARKE, FLA. 



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C. A. Williams, 

President. 

W. H. Thaxleb, 

Vice-President. 



Jas. H. Parrtsh, 

Secretary. 

E. C. Pearson, 

Treasurer. 



Alachua Realty Co. 

ALACHUA, FLORIDA 

Dealers in 

FLORIDA 

REAL ESTATE 

City Property 
and Farms 



Write for further information. 
Reference: 

First National Bank, Alachua, Fla. 



J. B. Epperson 



WILLISTON, 
FLORIDA 



REAL ESTATE 

Farm Lands and City 
Lots in the best farm= 
ing section of Florida 



Write for information. 



G. G. JACKSON 

WILLISTON, 
FLORIDA 

REAL ESTATE 

Of All Kinds 

City Lots, Timber, 

Mineral and Farm 

=Landsz 

Trucking Lands for sale 
at $10.00 to $50.00 per 
acre, equal and in most 
cases superior to lands 
in other localities selling 
at double these prices. 

Well located lots in a 
beautiful and progressive 
town at reasonable figures. 

Good hunting and fishing 

nearby. All letters answered. 



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Jacksonville, Florida 



Come and see it — basing point for 
freight rates. Save cost of land 
every year in freight alone by ship- 
ping your produce from Jackson- 
ville — good local market, besides. 
For business locations, farms or 
homes, buy from us. We save you 
money and pay your railroad fare. 



W. C. WARRINGTON 

REAL ESTATE 

408 BISBEE BUILDING 

JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA 



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Ten and Twenty Acres of Good Fruit and Vegetable 

Land on Easy Terms. 
Healthful, fertile section. Large tracts. City property. 



A. R. WRENN 



REAL ESTATE 



GEORGE A. CARROLL 

REAL ESTATE 
and LOANS 



Buckman Building 



KISSIMMEE and ORLANDO FLORIDA JACKSONVILLE 



FLORIDA 



WILLIAM KNAUER 

NOTARY PUBLIC 

REAL ESTATE, RENTS AND 
LOANS 

Office: 106 Main Street Residence: 743 West Adams Street 

Phone 1976 Phone 183 



JACKSONVILLE 



FLORIDA 



S. P. HERNDON 



F. L. SEWELL 



HERNDON & SEWELL 

Real Estate, Loans 
and Fire Insurance 



Farms and Timber 



Tracts 



312 Masonic Temple 

Phone 5878 



JACKSONVILLE, FLA. 



Henry G. Aird Frank H. Wiggs Paul R. Wiggs 

AIRD & WIGGS 

Fire Insurance, Real Estate 
Mortgage Loans 

307 St. James Building 
Telephone 2025 Jacksonville, Florida 

J. H. STEWART & CO. 

TIMBER CRUISERS AND 
TOPOGRAPHY OF LANDS 

LOANS ON TIMBER LANDS 
NEGOTIATED 

Telephone 3880 

311 Masonic Temple Jacksonville, Florida 



JERE S. SMITH 

REAL ESTATE AND LOANS 



Herkimer Block 



JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA 



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H. L. SPRINKLE, 

President 



J. D. ALDERMAN, 

Secretary and Treasurer 



Alderman Realty Company 



312-313 DUVAL BUILDING 

PHONE 3745 



JACKSONVILLE 



FLORIDA 



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HOMES FOR SALE IN ALL PARTS OF THE CITY. 




Eight years' experience. 100 satisfied customers behind every home we build. If we haven't got what you want we will build it for you 

"INVESTIGATE BEFORE YOU BUY" 

BROWN REALTY COMPANY 

"THE HOME BUILDERS" 
403 ST. JAMES BUILDING, JACKSONVILLE, FLA. - - - Phone 1925 



MELROSE TURPENTINE AND LAND CO. 

MELROSE, FLA. 



Melrose Among the Lakes 



15000 fertile acres for sale in small or large tracts. Our lands lie in Alachua, 
Marion, Putnam and Clay Counties. Five miles frontage on Lake Santafee; is traversed 
by three Railroads, and Melrose is connected with Waldo by boats on Lakes and Canal. 

These lands are 55 miles from Jacksonville. 

Are famous for trucking and general farming and fruit, such as Oranges, Grape- 
fruit, Pecans, Peaches, Figs, Strawberries, Cantaloupes, Melons, etc. 

For Health, Business or Recreation, come to Melrose. You can't beat it for 
Hunting and Fishing. 

OUR PRICES AND TERMS ARE RIGHT 



CALL ON OWNERS 

J. L. WALLACE 



MELROSE, FLA. 



OR SEE- 



C. C. CLAYTON - JACKSONVILLE, FLA. 



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Member 
Jacksonville Board of Trade 
Jacksonville Real Estate Exchange 



Established 1896 



References: 
Atlantic National Bank 
Barnett National Bank 



H. H. SIMMONS REALTY COMPANY 

25 Ocean Street 

JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA 



City houses and lots. 
Suburban property, on easy terms. 
Keal UState Beach lots facing the Atlantic Ocean. 

Farm lands, the best in Northern Florida. 

Improved and unimproved lands in all parts of the State. 



Loans 



Rents and 
Collections 



Insurance 



Your money invested through our agency in good first 
mortgages will pay you from six to ten per cent 
interest. 

We will lend your money on good securities at a 50 
per cent valuation. 

We have had seventeen years' experience in this line. 

We have houses and farms in all parts of the City and 
County for rent. 

Our collection service is of the very best ; why not 
let us handle your collections ? 

We have a large Fire Insurance Agency and can give 
you policies in the best Companies. 

We are fully prepared to carry your risk. 



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W. L. STEELE 



Real Estate 



311 MASONIC TEMPLE 
'PHONE 3S80 



Jacksonville, Florida 



TIMBER AND COLONY 

LANDS IN SMALL OR 

LARGE TRACTS 



G. W. SMITH 

Real Estate, Loans and 
Investments 



CAN PLACE YOUR MONEY ON 
GOOD COLLATERAL TO 

NET YOU 8% 



23 MAIN STREET, ROOM 35 



Jacksonville, Florida 



JOHN D. BISCHOFF 



Timber Lands, Cut-Over Lands 



FARM LANDS FROM 5 TO 80 ACRE TRACTS 

ORANGE AND GRAPEFRUIT GROVES 

WRITE FOR INFORA4ATION 



JOHN D. BISCHOFF 



10 BALDWIN BUILDING 



JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA 



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SUBURBAN HOME LOCATED ON S. J. MELSON'S SUBDIVISION'. 



In this division there are 1000 acres suitable for 
suburban homes, beautifully located two miles from 
the Union Depot, immediately between the S. A. L. 
and A. C. L. R.R. shops. 

Here is to be found the finest opportunity for 
the public to invest in the growth of Jacksonville. 

We also own and have for sale 20,000 acres of 
truck, fruit and dairy land, within 20 miles of Jack- 
sonville, as well as other valuable tracts. 



S. J. MELSON CO., JACKSONVILLE, FLA. 



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FLORIDA FARM LANDS 



'.v." ■■ „ . ■■..■* ■■■ ■ '■". ■ -, '■ 



We own several thousand acres of most 
excellent farm lands in the famous straw- 
berry, Irish potato and vegetable district, 
at Lawtey and Campville, 35 and 65 miles 
south of Jacksonville, on the S. A. L. Ry. 



Price --$15.00 Per Acre. Terms --$1.00 per 
Acre Cash and $1.00 per Acre monthly. 



OUR REFERENCES: 
Jacksonville Board of Trade. 

Barnett National Bank of Jacksonville, the oldest 
and biggest bank in the State. 



RALEY-HAMBY COMPANY 

Heard Bank Building 
JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA 

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Carson Real Estate Co. 



s> 



CITY AND 
SUBURBAN 
PROPERTY 



s> 



Jacksonville, Florida 



GRAY BROS. & CO. 

612 HEARD NATIONAL BANK BUILDING 
JACKSONVILLE :: :: :: FLORIDA 



REAL ESTATE 

City and Suburban Property, Farms, Orange and Grapefruit Groves, 
Timber and Cutover Lands. Colonization Tracts — in fact 

EVERYTHING IN THE LINE OF 
REAL ESTATE INVESTMENTS 



Loans negotiated, Rents collected, Life, Fire and Casualty Insurance written at the 

lowest obtainable rates. 



Correspondence solicited. 



PHONE 588. 



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E. E. WEST 






WEST BUILDING 






JACKSONVILLE, - - FLORIDA 




I HAVE FOR SALE 




100,000 ACRES 






Ur 

CUT-OVER LANDS 






FOR 






FARMING PURPOSES 






SITUATED IN 






Madison, Hamilton, Sumpter and Lafayette 
Counties, Florida 











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E. Z. JONES 
REALTY CO. 



Jacksonville, Florida 



Timber Lands for 
Turpentine and Sawmill Locations 



Cut-over Lands for Colonization Purposes 



Ask any old resident in Florida "Who is the best- 
posted Real Estate Man in Florida values?" 
and his answer will be 



E. Z. JONES, 

President and Manager 



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jT is not what we say but what you will 
see when you visit MAXVILLE that 
|f||| will determine your decision. 

If you would like to grow Irish Pota- 
toes, Strawberries, Cabbage, Lettuce, 
Cauliflower, Beets, Turnips, Onions and many 
other vegetables during the winter, and then do 
general farming, such as growing Corn, Hay, 
Oats, Sugar Cane, Cotton, etc., come to our office 
in Jacksonville and we will take pleasure in show- 
ing you a rich black loam soil underlaid with 
clay, on the Seaboard Railway, near Jacksonville, 
where all this is done at a fine profit by new- 
comers. 

If this land comes up to your requirements, 
and you come up to ours, we will be glad to sell 
you some of it. 



MAXVILLE FARM AND 
DEVELOPMENT COMPANY 

43-47 Barnett Building 

JACKSONVILLE, FLA. 



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"The Lake Region of Lake County" 

In this section of Lake County, we offer bearing Orange and Grape- 
fruit groves, dividend payers. Home sites, lake frontage, town lots on 
Lake Gertrude and Lake Dora. Small acreage near Mt. Dora, Eustis, 
Umatilla and Tavares. Map and full particulars on request. 

"The Hills of Leon" 

The general farming and stock section. High rolling, hardwood land, 
red clay sub-soil. Farms of most any acreage desired with improve- 
ments, cleared, free from roots and stumps. Located on hard graded 
road and within from one to three miles of the State Capitol, Tal- 
lahassee. List of individual farms, with all information, on request. 

THE RIDDLE COMPANY 

911 West Bay Street - Jacksonville, Fla. 

Branch Offices : — Eustis, Fla., and Tallahassee, Fla. 



The Brown Realty Company 

ORGANIZED 1901 

Cut-over Lands, Farms, Timber Lands and City Properties 
in North Florida. Write us for lists and prices of lands in 
this fast-growing section. 

COLUMBIA COUNTY 
Breaks all records for IRISH POTATO GROWING 

The average for Irish Potatoes raised here last season was 
62 barrels first grade per acre, netting the growers $3.20 per 
barrel, not including the small potatoes, which were sold 
locally. 

LAKE CITY - - - FLORIDA 



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WHY DO YOU TRAVEL? 



ARE YOU SEEKING A REST? ARE YOU LOOKING 
FOR A CLIMATE TO BUILD UP YOUR SYSTEM? ARE 
YOU LOOKING FOR A HOME OR A PROFITABLE IN- 
VESTMENT? DO YOU LIKE FISHING, BOATING, SURF 
BATHING, MUSIC, DANCING, GOLF OR AUTOMOBIL- 
ING THROUGH BEAUTIFUL TROPICAL SCENERY? 

If any or all of these questions fit you, then Miami Beach 
is the place for you to locate. 

This property is situated between the Atlantic Ocean 
and Bay Biscayne, just opposite Miami, Fla. It may be 
reached by the Collins Bridge — the longest vehicle 
bridge in the world, or by boat through the sheltered 
waters of Bay Biscayne. 

This tract of land has been opened recently for building 
purposes, placing within the reach of all the most ideal 
resort on the coast. 

"Seeing Is Believing " 

Call at the Company's office and they will give you an 
opportunity to look over this property. 



THE MIAMI BEACH IMPROVEMENT CO. 

THOS..J. PANCOAST, Secy. & Treas. 

210 12th Street, MIAMI, FLORIDA 



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PABLO BEACH 

"Swept by Ocean Breezes" 



A 

Summer 

Resort 

for 

People 

of 

the 

South 




A 

Winter 

Resort 

for 

People 

of 

the 

North 




EVENTEEN miles east of Jacksonville, the metropolis of Florida, and twenty-seven miles 
north of the ancient and picturesque city of St. Augustine, lies Pablo Beach— a thriving 
municipality with the finest beach on the Atlantic coast — a city of homes with all the 
summer and winter advantages offered by any seashore resort. ' Pablo Beach is recognized 
as an unequalled summer resort for Southern people, and winter home for Northern people. But this 
is not all — it is the permanent, year-round residence of many whose business headquarters are in the 
town itself, and in Jacksonville. Its stores, hotels, restaurants, and other business houses are equipped 
and managed not only for the pleasure of visitors, but for the convenience of those whose homes are 
established within its limits. City prices prevail, not exorbitant "resort" charges. 

AMERICA'S FINEST BEACH 

'; Pablo Beach offers to the transient visitor and to the permanent resident all the pleasures of seashore 
life. Its beach is the finest bathing beach on the Atlantic coast. ' Forty miles of beach drive delights 
the automobilist, and unsurpassed fishing grounds appeal to the devotee of rod and reel. ' As already 
stated, Pablo Beach is a city of homes — of refined, cultivated people who are noted for their cordial, 
"old-time" Southern hospitality, as well as for their energy and progressiveness, and believe that 
"among the right kind of people there should be no strangers." 



Write for Further Information 



PABLO BEACH IMPROVEMENT COMPANY 

INCORPORATED 

JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA 



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C. J. CLARK G. L. WILLIAMS JOHN W. SHIVER 
President First Vice-Pres. Second Vice-Pres. 



A. C. CROCKETT 

Treasurer 



G. S. GARDNER 
Gen'l Secretary 



Americus Chamber of 
Commerce 



"THE CITY OF BIG IDEAS AND 
THE CASH TO BACK 'EM UP" 



Electric Power Furnished 
Factories at Lowest Rates 



Special Inducements Of- 
fered All New Industries 



A City of Highest Morals 
and Religious Tendencies 



AMERICUS 



GEORGIA 



MABRY REALTY CO. 

DALE MABRY, Manager 

Hampton Bldg. TAMPA, FLA. 

Real Estate and 
Investments 

First Mortgage Loans 
Negotiated for 8°/ net 

FARMS, GROVES, SUBURBAN 
AND CITY PROPERTY 



W. H. TOOLE 

Farm Lands 

A SPECIALTY 
Office in The First National Bank 

WINDER, GA. 

ALFRED SHORT 

TALLAHASSEE, 
FLORIDA 

REAL ESTATE 

Farms and Plantations, City Property, 
Cheap and Cut-over Lands, Saw Mill 
Locations, Turpentine Locations and 
Plants, Round and Boxed Timber. 



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C. P. Dickert & Son 



REAL ESTATE DEALERS 



IMPROVED FARM LAND IN SMALL 
AND LARGE TRACTS, CASH OR 
LONG TIME. ALSO TIMBER 
LANDS AND CITY PROPERTY 



Office Opp. Court House in Parshley Building 

LIVE OAK, FLA. 



L. S. ROBB 

GRAND BUILDING 

BRUNSWICK, GA. 



COLONY LANDS 



AND 



TIMBER TRACTS 



THE BEST LANDS IN SOUTH GEORGIA 
WRITE TODAY 



R. R. Hopkins & Son 

Real Estate 

BRUNSWICK, GEORGIA 



TIMBER AND FARM LANDS 
CITY PROPERTY 



ESTABLISHED 25 YEARS 

Reference: Those Who Have Dealt with Us. 




The accompanying illustration shows one of the many 
desirable farms I have for sale in Chatham County, through 
which the Seaboard Air Line R.R. passes. The picture 
shows the class of people who farm the land, and also 
exhibits the valuable timber on part of the acreage. This 
tract is four and one-half miles from the city, easy of access 
by paved road, and the S. A. L. R.R. has a spur track which 
is an invaluable shipping interest. This tract contains 
one thousand acres, half of which is land cleared and 
under cultivation. 

F. J. SKEFFINGTON 

702 Savannah Bank and Trust Bldg. 

SAVANNAH, GEORGIA 



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G. W. MacLellan 

JACKSONVILLE, FLA. 

FLORIDA 

REAL ESTATE 

City Lots 

Suburban Property 
Groves 
Farming Lands 

and in fact 

Everything in Real Estate 



Correspondence or a 
personal visit invited 



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P. J. BECKS 

121 Lemon Street 
PALATKA, FLORIDA 

PHONE 135 



CITY AND SUBURBAN 
REAL ESTATE 

FARMS AND POTATO LAND 



Always have on hand the greatest bargains 
in REAL ESTATE in Putnam County. 
I know how to buy it and how to sell it. 
Can sell yours if you will give me a chance. 



C. H. SMITH 

OWNER OF 

VIRGIN FARM 



LUMBER MANUFACTURER 



REAL ESTATE 
FOR SALE 



SANFORD, N. C. 




YADKIN RIVER POWER CO'S PLANT 

GREAT FALLS, N. C, S. A. L. RY. 



££N. CITIZENS BANK 

OF MULBERRY 




MULBERRY, FLORIDA 



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CALIFORNIA 
LANDS 

IMPROVED OR UNIMPROVED 



LAND for Diversified Farming 
LAND for Citrus Fruits 

LAND for Deciduous Fruits 
LAND for Alfalfa 

ANY AMOUNT ALL PRICES ALL LOCATIONS 

STOCK RANCHES WALNUT GROVES 

ORANGE GROVES VINEYARDS, ETC. 

ALSO CITY PROPERTY 

ALL KINDS ALL VALUES 

In Los Angeles, Pasadena, Any of the Beach or other 
Southern California Cities 

REAL ESTATE EXCHANGES 

If you wish property of an}- kind in California, write me, giving 
full particulars of what you want and how you wish to pay, whether 
all cash or otherwise. I will save you much time, trouble, and expense. 



A. L. PRITTIE 

With CHAS. F. STOKES CO. 

ouite 615-616 Grant Building Los Angeles, California 

BANK REFERENCES 



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Cigar Manufacturers, Etc. 



MI REY 



Fine Havana Cigars 




We guarantee our Cigars to be manufactured 
strictly of the very finest selection of Tobaccos 
grown in the district of VUELTA ABAJO, CUBA 



REY, STRAUS & CO. - - Tampa, Florida 



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American-A La Carte Service 



HART'S COMMERCIAL HOTEL 

ANNEX AND COTTAGES 
OPEN THE YEAR ROUND 

MRS. J. G. HART, Prop. SARASOTA, FLA. 

BAY ISLAND HOTEL 

SARASOTA, FLORIDA 

SITUATED ON GULF OF MEXICO, SARASOTA BAY. SURF BATHING, 
FISHING, STONE CRABS, OYSTERS AND CLAMS. BOATING, TENNIS. 




Rates $3.00 to $5.00 Per Day. 



Special Rates to Tourists. 



For further information write 



J. H. FAUBEL, Proprietor. 



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PINEHURST, N. C. 

Center of Winter Out-of-Door Life in the Middle 
South. Four Excellent Hotels. The Carolina 
opens early in November. The Holly Inn, Berk- 
shire and Harvard in January. Special Rates during 
November, December and January. Three 1 8-hole 
golf courses and one 6-hole practice course. 




THE CAROLINA 



Eight tennis courts, shooting preserve, trap shoot- 
ing, livery and saddle horses, model dairy. Good 
Roads within a radius of 50 miles or more. 
Frequent Tournaments. Send for illustrated 
booklet giving full information to General Office, 
Pinehurst, N. C, or Leonard Tufts, 282 Congress 
Street, Boston, Mass. 



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COCOA HOUSE 

COCOA - FLORIDA 

E. E. GRIMES, Proprietor 



Cocoa is situated on the West Bank of the Indian 
River, 174 milts south of Jacksonville, and is 
known as one of the prettiest and most progressive 
towns on the East Coast of Florida. The river is 
wide, furnishing a popular rendezvous for motor 
boats of all sizes, and Cocoa now has a new and 
commodious Yacht Club House, the handsomest 
on the East Coast. Deep water, convenient docks 
and most delightful and charming scenery for 
many miles up and down the river. 

The Hotel is in every way a model of comfort. 
Beautiful location. Near the Railway Station, and 
overlooking the Indian River, with a delightful 
view of Merritt Island on the opposite bank. 
You cannot fail to receive a pleasant inspiration 
from being so nicely located and surrounded by 
so many comforts. Near the post-office, churches 
and schools, orange groves and flower gardens. 

At Cocoa can be found the most delightful sport 
in Florida with rod and reel, and besides the waters 
of the Indian River, the St. Johns River west of 
town furnishes excellent sport for those who love 
to fish for black bass. Deer, turkey, quail and 
other game are found in abundance west of town. 

The Hotel is new throughout; contains sixty 
rooms, nicely furnished. Hot and cold baths, large 
and pleasant verandas, beautiful view of the River. 
Suites of rooms with bath. Orange and grape- 
fruit growing on the grounds and free to guests. 



RATES $2.50 PER DAY and UP 

SPECIAL WEEKLY RATES 



THE 

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AT 



ORMOND BEACH, FLORIDA 



FACING THE OCEAN and 
NEAR THE CLUBHOUSE of 
THE ORMOND GOLF LINKS 



BOOKLET MAILED WHEN REQUESTED 
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HARRINGTON HALL HOTEL, OCALA, FLA. L. M. Gibson, Mgr. 

Only First-Class Hotel in City. Spacious Sample Rooms 
European Plan. Rates, Si. 50 per day for Connecting Bath 



The New 



JEFFERSON INN 

A MODERN FAMILY HOTEL 



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FIRST CLASS IN EVERY RESPECT. RECENTLY ENLARGED ROOMS SINGLY OR EN SUITE 
WITH BATH. ALL KINDS OF OUTDOOR AMUSEMENTS NEAR-BY. GOOD AUTO ROADS. 

FOR RATES, ETC., WRITE FOR BOOKLET 

J. S. REYNOLDS 

SOUTHERN PINES. NORTH CAROLINA 

SUMMER HOTEL "PITMAN HALL," INTERVALE. N. H. 



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INDIAN RIVER PRESENTS 



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Hotel Indian River 

ROCKLEDGE, FLORIDA 



Oranges and Grape Fruit 

THE GROVES ARE HERE 

BOATING 
HUNTING 
FISHING 



GOLF 
POOL 

BILLIARDS 
DANCING 



COTTAGES TO LEASE IF YOU PREFER 
WRITE FOR DESCRIPTIVE BOOKLET 



Hotel Indian River Co., Inc 

ROCKLEDGE, FLA. 



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THE SOUTHERN PINES HOTEL 

The Southern Pines Hotel, always popular and successful, 
has been enlarged and practically rebuilt, without and with- 
in. Twenty rooms have been added, making the capacity 
100; private baths installed, and hot android water intro- 
duced into every room. The latest type of sanitary plumb- 
ing is found in all parts of the hotel. 

The Southern Pines Hotel faces a lawn in which are many 
fine trees, rare and beautiful shrubs and flowers in season. 
No hotel has more beautiful and healthful surroundings. 

The Southern Pines Hotel has sleeping rooms on the 
ground floor, is heated by steam, lighted by electricity, has 
call bells in every room, and the guests have access to local 



and long distance telephone, as well the Western Union and 
Postal Telegraph. 

An orchestra will furnish music during the season, giving 
daily and nightly concerts of high quality. 

The hotel has a billiard room and frequent card parties 
and other entertainments are arranged by the managements 
or guests. Hotel open from November 15 to June 1. Con- 
sumptives are rigorously excluded. The hotel automobile 
will meet all trains. Excellent cuisine. White help from 
the North. The hotel is conveniently situated for those 
who wish to stop off for a night or a few days to break the 
long journey to points farther South. For further informa- 
tion and rates address D. F. McADAMS & CO., Proprietors 
Southern Pines, N. C. 




THE PRINCESS ISSENA 
Seabreeze, Florida 

The Princess Issena is a substantial and comparatively 
new stone and frame structure situated in the midst of five 
acres of natural park, three hundred and seventy feet front- 
ing on Ocean Boulevard, and five minutes walk to the At- 
lantic Beach on the east, or to the Halifax River on the west. 

The house stands upon a slight elevation near the center 
of an entire block, and is surrounded by a green lawn and 
natural forest trees. Its large living rooms and spacious 
halls are as pleasant as many windows and graceful archi- 
tectural design can make them. Both living rooms and 
wide veranda have east, south and west exposure. The At- 
lantic Ocean is within view from most of the chamber win- 



dows, and the ceaseless roar and roll of its waters may 
always be heard. 

The above picture shows the hotel with the exception of 
the new addition, which addition consists of forty-eight rooms 
with baths. All the rooms have telephones, hot and cold 
running water, electric lights, and are beautifully furnished 
with solid mahogany. 

The only hotel in this section with dairy for the exclusive 
use of guests. 

The hotel is provided with a splendid orchestra, a good 
tennis court, golf links and other amusements, such as motor 
launches, sailor row boats, automobiling, bathing, etc. 

Rates: S3. 00 per day and up. Special rates by month or 
season. For further information, address 

Princess Issena, HENRY W. HAYNES, Proprietor. 



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THE GULF VIEW HOTEL 



is a modem house of 30 rooms located on 
the historical peninsular Cortez, half mile 
from the Gulf and overlooking the waters of 
Tampa bay, Sarasota bay, Palma Sola bay 
and the glorious old Gulf of Mexico. A 
beautiful water view is to be had from every 
room in the house. One hundred and forty 
feet of veranda fourteen feet wide on first 
floor, eighty feet same width on second floor, 
from which can be had views of Egmont 
Key and the waters of the bays mentioned 
and the Gulf. 

Water and Lights 

The house is supplied with pure artesian 
water. Bath rooms having both hot and 
cold water. Lavatory in each bedroom. 
Splendid and brilliant lights are furnished by 
acetylene gas. Entire house well screened. 

Beach and Bathing 

Beautiful Cortez Beach is well known as 
one of the very finest on the Florida coast 
for surf bathing and is only three quarters 
of a mile across bay from hotel. Excellent 
bath houses with concrete floors. Wide con- 
crete walk from landing dock to surf beach, 
the distance being the length of about two 
city blocks. 

Fishing and Boating 

The fishing and boating here are not to be 
excelled on the Florida coast. The bays 



being landlocked by outside keys make it 
safe for small boats. Tarpon, sheep head, 
trout, mackerel, grouper and fish of all kinds 
abound in all these waters and plenty of 
sport is in store for fishermen in bay or gulf. 

Boats for Parties 

Boats can be secured for individuals or 
parties, and in fact practically every wish of 
the tourist can be gratified right here. The 
place needs only to be seen to be appreciated. 

Low Rates and Excellent Service 

The price this season will be very low for 
the accommodations furnished. 

Rate per day, $2.50. 

Rate per week, $12.50. 

Special rates to parties of 6 or more. 

Private Dining Rooms 

With special service and menu furnished 
at reasonable rates. 

How to Reach Cortez and Gulf View Hotel 

From Tampa, St. Petersburg, Sarasota 
and intermediate points take steamer Gen. 
J. B. Carr or City of Sarasota and get off 
at hotel pier. From Bradentown drive or 
motor over, being 8 miles west. 

For further particulars, address 

GULF VIEW HOTEL, 
Cortez Florida 



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A Man Is Known by the Friends He Keeps and 
A Hotel Is Best Known by the Guests It Keeps 

The Piedmont Hotel has become inseparably asso- 
ciated with Atlanta's best people, as since its erection 
it has been the rendezvous of the most substantial 
among the permanent residents of Atlanta, and of the 
solid, best known Georgians and well-to-do tourists 
and commercial men. 

This splendid hotel is the most centrally located in 
Atlanta, being right at the doors of the leading theaters 
and the shopping district and close to many churches 
of various denominations. From immediately in front 
of its doors trolley cars leave for any point in the city 
and all suburban lines are close by. 

The Piedmont is situated on Atlanta's famous 
thoroughfare — Peachtree Street. It has spacious 
lobbies, convenient restaurants with modern service, 
the finest lounging room in the South, a splendid 
oyster bar, and the service maintained in every depart- 
ment is all that can be desired. 400 delightful rooms; 250 with bath. Rate $1.50 and up. 




J. FRED HARVEY, Managing Director 

EUROPEAN PLAN 



H. N. DUTTON, Resident Manager 

ATLANTA, GEORGIA 



SAVANNAH HOTEL COMPANY 



OWNERS AND PROPRIETORS 



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DE SOTO 

the foremost Hotel in Savannah, Georgia, under the direct management of 
the owners, whose desire is to make it most attractive to guests. The chambers 
are unusually large and peculiarly adapted to this climate, and have the ad- 
vantage of being all outside rooms with many bath connections. Open all 
the year. Operated on both the American and European Plans. 



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WINDSOR HOTEL 

JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA 
Jacksonville's Finest and Florida's Largest and Best Year-Round Hotel 




Comfortable and commodious. Steam heated, hot and cold running water in every room. Modern turkish baths. 
Its elegance appeals to the most fastidious. We have the finest grill room in the state, where every delicacy 
the market affords is at your service. Our water is supplied from our own Artesian Wells, noted for their purity. 
The true Southern Hospitality is extended here. American plan: rooms without bath, $4.00 per day and upward; 
rooms with bath, $5.00 per day and upward. European plan: rooms without bath, SI. 50 per day and upward; 
rooms with bath, $2.50 per day and upward. 



AL. F. WILSON, Assistant Manager 



THOS. M. WILSON, Proprietor and Manager 




Fireproof 



NEW HOTEL BURBRIDGE 
Jacksonville. Fla. 

¥1.50 Per Day and Up. 



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THE PERKINS 

M. J. PERKINS, Prop. 

OPPOSITE STATION 



The very best the market affords 

Rates $2.00 per day 

Splendid Beds. Airy Rooms 

Bakery in connection — the only one 
in Town 



OPEN THE YEAR 'ROUND 



SOUTHERN PINES - N. C. 



PHONE 93 



ESTABLISHED 1904 



HAWKINS* DYE WORKS 

Dyers and Cleaners 
622 Main Street - JACKSONVILLE, FLA. 




Fine and Reliable Dry Cleaner of Ladies' and 
Gentlemen's Wearing Apparel. 

CHARLES W. HAWKINS 



Fort Pierce Hotel 

On the Famous Indian River 
John A. MacRae, Proprietor 



Rates $2.50 per Day and Up 



Best Hunting and Fishing on 
East Coast 



Guides and Boats Furnished 



FORT PIERCE - FLORIDA 



HOTEL SEMINOLE 

Facing Lake Worth and The Royal Poinciana 
Joseph Elliott, Prop. 



Rates $2.50 and Up 



Electric Lighted 
Sample Rooms Free 

American Plan 



West Palm Beach - Florida 



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Pablo Beach, Florida 






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I A delightful Summer resort where cool sea breezes blow 





L. Ci. COUNCIL. Proprietor CHAS. r. ROGERS, Manager 

WINDSOR HOTEL 

AMERICUS - GEORGIA 



Centrally located. All modern conveniences. Rates $2.50 
and up. Fine hunting privileges. This section has the 
best automobile roads in Georgia. :: :: :: 



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The New Pulaski 

SAVANNAH, GEORGIA 

Corner of Bull and Bryan Streets, in the center of the 

city. The commercial headquarters of Savannah. 

Remodeled, refitted, refurnished. Under the 

personal management of R. B. Cubbege, 

resident proprietor. 




THE NEW PULASKI, SAVANNAH, GEORGIA 

AMERICAN AND EUROPEAN PLAN 

AMERICAN PLAN. $2.50 AND $3.50 PER DAY 

WITH BATH. $3.50 AND $4.00 PER DAY 



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SUWANEE 


CORDELE, GA. 


J. E. ZACHARY and A. U. STARR 


Proprietors and Managers 


FIRST-CLASS IN EVERY 


RESPECT 


Strictly American Plan 



SPRINGER HOTEL 



COLUMBUS. GEORGIA 
EUROPEAN 



H. C. LARZELERE. Manager 

EXCELLENT RESTAURANT IN CONNECTION— PRICES REASONABLE 



ROOMS, $1.00 

WITH BATH, 1.50 

TO $2.00 



HOUSE 

SCREENED 

THROUGHOUT 

STEAM HEATED 



AMUSEMENTS:— 

SPRINGER 

OPERA HOUSE 

IN CONNECTION 




HOT AND COLD 

RUNNING 

WATER 



TELEPHONE 
AND ELECTRIC 

LIGHTS IN 
EVERY ROOM 



ELEVATOR AND 

SAMPLE ROOMS 

BILLIARD 

HALL 



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SAN JUAN HOTEL, ORLANDO, FLORIDA 

Under the Personal Management of H. L. Beeman. Owner 

STEAM HEAT OTIS ELEVATOR ELECTRIC LIGHTED 

All Modern Conveniences Circulars and Rates on Application 




DE SOTO HOTEL 



W. L. Parker, Manager 



fampa, Florida 



European and American Plan. European, $1.00 Up. American, $3.00 to $4.00 

It is Centrally Located. It is Steam Heated, Equipped with Electric Fans, Electric Lights and Electric Elevators 



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CAPE FEAR HOTEL 

(Now Under Construction) 
CAPE FEAR HOTEL CO., Owners 



WILMINGTON'S NEW HOSTELRY 

FIREPROOF - MODERN 



150 Rooms 100 Individual Baths 
Circulating Hot and Cold Water Throughout 



Corner Front and Walnut Streets 

WILMINGTON :: :: N. C. 



The Hotel Mabree, Forest aty.N.c. 




"The Commercial Travelers' Home" 
T. R. BLANTON, Prop. Our Motto: "To Please You" 



400 ROOMS 



EUROPEAN PLAN 



THE NEW KIMBALL 



ATLANTA, GA. 



Directly Opposite Union Depot 




The Commercial Headquarters of the South 
RATES $1.00 TO $3.50 

Ceo. A. Lougee, Proprietor Ed. L. Brown, Manager 



LITTLEDALE HOTEL 

HAWTHORNE, FLA. 

OVERLOOKING LAKE LITTLEDALE 

COMMERCIAL MEN'S HEADQUARTERS 

THE BEST OF SERVICE AND CUISINE 
Rates on Application 

HOTEL BOLIN HUG p^ OLIN 

NORTH, S. C. 

An Up-to-Date Hotel Under New Management 

$2.00 Per Day Sample Room Free 

SPECIAL RATE BY THE WEEK 

HOTEL CLINTON 

J. F. JONES 

CLINTON, S. C. 



Under New Management 

Capacity Doubled 

Thoroughly Remodeled 

Newly Furnished 

Running Hot and Cold Water Baths 

Electric Lights All Rooms Have Phones 



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THE HOLLYWOOD, SOUTHERN PINES. N. C. - J. L. POTTLE & SOX 

New Hotel. Modern in all its appointments. Capacity 100. 




THE NEW LUCERNE. ORLANDO, FLORIDA 

The table is kept up in the very best of style. Competent and experienced northern 

help employed. Every room steam heated. Rates are 82.50 to S3. 00 

per day. Weekly rates furnished upon application. 





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HOTEL DIXIE, TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA 

Mrs. Kate Myers, Proprietor H. F. Persons, Manager 

Ideal location on the banks of the famous Indian River. Open all the year 

around. Rates, $2.50 and S3. 00 per day. Special rates per week. 




"HOTEL PALM BEACH 
Next to the largest hotel in the world. 



" PALM BEACH, 
Named after the pli 



and just as popular. 
Get off at Royal Poinciana R. R. Station." In the resort proper by the aca. 



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The White House Hotel 

GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA 
American Plan Home of the Travelct 

The hotel that is making 
GAINESVILLE. FLA.. FAMOUS 

SPECIAL FEATURES 

40 Bath Rooms, Electric Fan in Each Room, 
Steam Heated. Electric and Gas Lighted. 

A. A. LANGHORNE, Proprietor 



HOTEL GRAHAM 

A. A. LANGHORNE, Proprietor 
EUROPEAN PLAN 



SPECIAL FEATURES 

Beautiful Cafe, Quicks Lunch Room, Spacious Pool Room, Elegant 
Sanitary Barber Shop, Largest, Lightest, Best Sample Rooms in the Slate 



GAINESVILLE 



FLORIDA 




TREMONT HOTEL 

CAPT. J. W. WILMOTT, ORLANDO, FLA. 



Rates $2.50 Up 



ROOMS WITH BATH. SINGLE OR EN SUITE 

ELECTRIC LIGHTS AND BELLS 

FREE SAMPLE ROOMS 



THE WHITE HOUSE 

CEDAR KEY, FLORIDA 

S. T. WHITE. Proprietor 



An up-to-date hotel for the accommodation of 
tourists, both winter and summer. Delight- 
ful breezes all year 'round. 

Rates, $2.00 Per Day, American Plan 
$8.00 Per Week, American Plan 

Fine fishing, boating and bathing in the Gulf. 




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TT^-vnp|7T \XTCT T?V T he Smith's finest and 

tlU 1 Hf J-/ /\IM O.L/.E/ X - 1 most modern hotel. 
ati iWTi r^irr^nr'iA Conducted upon the most 

axlawxa, ucwkoia liberal basis as to charges. 

An Ideal home for the merchant, jobber or tourist visiting At- 
lanta. Rooms wllli running water, most of which have private 
toilet, SI. 00 per day. Rooms with connecting bath, SI. 50 per 
day. 100 rooms with private bath at S2.00 per day. 100 
rooms from S2 50 to S3. 50 per day. European plan, but serving 
Club Breakfast from 35 cents up. Table d Hote Mid-day Lunch 
50 cents, and Table d'Hote Dinner $1.00 from 6 to S p. m. 
J. B. POUND, President J. F. LETTON, Manager 
CHARLES G. DAY, Assistant Manager 



Ocean House 

F. W. SAMS & SON, Proprietors 

New Smyrna, Fla. 



Shooting 

and 

Fishing 

the best in 
the State 



Information desired on this subject 
will be furnished on application 






THE ISO-THERMAL HOTEL 

RUTHERFORDTON, NORTH CAROLINA 

H. S. TOMS, Proprietor 

Rates, $2.00 per day 

Sample Rooms Free 

Electric Lighted — Hot and Cold Running Water 
No Extra Charge for Baths and Fires 



HARRILL HOTEL 

BOSTIC, NORTH CAROLINA 

Good Beds, Clean Rooms, and 
the Table is Furnished with the 
Best of Everything 

DELIGHTFUL RESORT for TOURISTS 



San Carlos 

Miami, Florida 

The Best 
Popular Priced 
Hotel in the 
City 

Seventy-five rooms with 
running water 

Twenty-five rooms with 
private baths 

W. N. URMEY. Profrietor 



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Hotels 



VERONA INN 

Tourist Hotel, Open from Dec. 1 to May 1 . Accommodations First Class. 

Best Cuisine. All Modern Improvements. 
Rates $2.50 per day. Special Weekly Rates quoted upon request. 



L. A. MARSH, Proprietor 



CLEARWATER, FLORIDA 




■-pfir7 ITVTTVT Rates: $7, $8, and S10 

; ' ri P 1 l\ 1^ Der week. Oysters, Fish 
x * * •" IilM and Milk in abundance. 

Hot and cold baths. Automobile service between 

Green Springs, Clearwater and Tampa. 

ANALYSIS OF ESPIRITU SANTO SPRINGS WATER 
Certificate of N. B. Pratt Laboratory, Grains per 

Atlanta. Georgia U. S. Gallons 

Peroxide of Iron and Alumina 1692 

Sodium Chloride 137,8520 

Magnelsum Chloride 25.S768 

Potassium Sulphate 3,4815 

Calcium Sulphate 19,7172 

Calcium Carbonate 12,6145 

Sillcla -9972 

Total Solids by Evaporation 254,9165 

The gases with which water is highly charged were not 
measured. 

ESPIRITU SANTO SPRINGS 

Formerly Green Springs Inn 
J. B. Whitledge, Prop. SAFETY HARBOR, FLA. 



EUROPEAN PLAN AMERICAN PLAN 

GEIGER HOTEL 



111 East Broughton Street 



J. C. GEIGER, Proprietor 



In the Heart of the City 



SAVANNAH, GEORGIA 



The Geiger Biscuit made Savannah famous. No Chicken served old enough to crow. 

Rooms spacious, clean, comfortable. 





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THE GABLES 

West Palm Beach, Fla. 

"AMONG THE PALMS" 

OPEN ALL THE YEAR 'ROUND 

A first-class, thoroughly equipped and up-to-date 
hotel, centrally located near beauteous Lake Worth 

Table Unexcelled. Rates, $2.50 and up per day 
Special by the week 

BOS MEETS ALL TRAINS 

W. M. & R. C. McGRIFF 

Managers 


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SUWANNEE HOTEL 



L. L. FRONEBERGER, Proprietor 

Rates, $2.50 to $3.00 Per Day Special Rates by Week or Month 

Steam Heated, Hot and Cold Running Water. Cuisine Unexcelled. Special Guides for 

Hunting and Fishing Parties. Sanitary Kennel 

Attention, Autoists: Located on National Highway. Reference, BLUE BOOK 

LIVE OAK ........ FLORIDA 




HOTEL EDWINOLA 



E. J. GASQUE, Owner and Proprietor 



DADE CITY, FLORIDA 



AMERICAN PLAN— Rates $2 50 up 



A Magnifient Hotel for Tourists, Commercial Travelers and the General 
Traveling Public. Situated on elevation — few steps from the Passenger 
Stations. 

Steam Heat. Hot and Cold Running Water — Telephone and Electric Lights in Every Room — Excellent Sample Rooms 



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THE GENEVA 

Seabreeze, Florida 

Mrs. E. P. and Mr. F. N. Stengle, Props. 

NOVEMBER 1 TO MAY 1 



The Geneva is located on Ocean Boulevard 
midway between the Halifax River and the 
Atlantic Ocean (about three minutes' walk 
from each). Furnace and all other modern 
improvements. Rates, $2.00 per day and up 
for room and board. Special rates for season 
upon application. 

FROM MAY 1 TO OCTOBER 1 
THE GENEVA Thousand Island Park, N. Y. 



St. Charles Hotel, Orlando, Fla. 




THE BROWN HOUSE 

Melbourne, Florida 

Opposite the Depot MRS. S. H. BROWN, Proprietress 

Fine view of Indian River and the Ocean. Good boating, 

fishing and hunting. Open the year round. 



STARKE HOUSE 

STARKE, FLORIDA 

D. W. ALVAREZ, Proprietor 



"The Drummers' Home" 



Situated in the immediate business section. Bus 
from and to all trains. Electric Lights. Long 
distance telephone. The best of everything to eat 
and a comfortable place to sleep. 



RATES S2.00 PER DAY 



THE ORANGE HOTEL Inverness, fla. 

W. M. MALOY, Proprietor 

Rates 




$2.00 Per Day 

$2.50 with Bath 



Reasonable 

Rates by Week 
or Month 



The Leading 

Commercial Hotel 

of the City 




HILPERT & PAUL. PROPS. 



In walking distance of all places of amusement and churches. 
Delightfully situated, large and beautiful grounds. 



BOYD HOTEL 

BRONSON, FLORIDA 



A first-class hotel with automobile 
for livery service 



Good Table and Goods 



RATE $2.00 PER DAY 



WILLISTON HOTEL 

WILLISTON, FLORIDA 

MRS. J. W. SMITH, Proprietress 



A first-class hotel for the accommodation 
of the traveling public 



Good table and good beds — the best 



New England Hotel 

ZEPHYRHILLS, FLORIDA 

C. B. JOHNSTON, Proprietor 



RATES §1. 5 PER DAY 
SPECIAL RATES BY WEEK 



Tourist and Commercial Travel Solicited 



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Hotels 




The Archer 
House 

MRS. J. E. V1DE0N, Propriutrew 

ARCHER, FLA. 



Rates. $1.00 to $1.50 Per Day 
$5.00 Per Week 

Good Clean Beds and First- 
Class Home Cooking 

Special Attention to Commer- 
cial Men 



Center of Business District 

Half Block from Post Office 

Large Sample Rooms Free 

Long Distance Telephone 

The Southern Hotel 



THE BRICK HOTEL 
STEAM HEATED 

American Plan. Rates $2.00 and $2.50 Per Day 
R. R. SIMMONS, Manager 

RUTHERFORDTON, N. C. 

Hot and Cold Baths Electric Lights 





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HOTEL VARNADA 

L. B. VARN, Owner 

BROOKSVILLE, FLORIDA 



THE PLACE WHERE THE TRAVELER 
FINDS A HOME 



FIRST-CLASS TABLE 
AMERICAN PLAN, $2.00 AND $2.50 PER DAY 



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Hotels, Restaurants, Turkish Baths 



ATLANTIC HOTEL 

NORFOLK, VIRGINIA 

EVERYTHING MODERN 
Free Shower Baths on All Floors 



RATES $1.00 UP 



F. W. CALVERT, 



Manager 



SANFORD HOTEL 

SANFORD, N. C. 
PRATT & WOMBLE 

Proprietors 

A First Class Hotel for 
the Traveling Public 



GUS WOMBLE, 



Man 



ager 




HOTEL WAVERLY 

Corner Main and Adams Streets, :: Jacksonville, Florida 

PHONE 2140 
Mrs. LUCK WILSON, Proprietor 
Most Centrally Located :: Prioate Baths :: Cafe a la Carte 
Rales Reasonable :: European Plan :: Bus Meets all Trains 
Connected with ATLANTIC HOUSE, ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA. 



THE HOME OF REAL COFFEE 



Main Street Quick Lunch 



LEADING CATERERS 



BRANCH No. 1 

13 North Main Street 



BRANCH No. 2 

107 North Main Street 



JACKSONVILLE, FLA. 



Norfolk Turkish 

W. A. STROUD, Manager 

TURKISH BATH $1.00 
ROOM $1.00 PER DAY 
ROOM AND BATH $1.50 

Sanitary, with all Modern Improvements 

142 ATLANTIC ST. 

NORFOLK, - VIRGINIA 



JACKSONVILLE, FLA. 

TURKISH BATHS 

NEW, REMODELED 
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT 

(EXCEPT FRIDAY NIGHT) 

LADIES' DAYS MONDAYS 
AND THURSDAYS 

LADIES' BEAUTY PARLORS 

IN CONNECTION 

LOCATION: 
WINDSOR HOTEL BUILDING 

DUVAL STREET ENTRANCE 

G. B. & R. C. THOMSON, 

MANAGERS 

JACKSONVILLE, FLA. 



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Central 
Hotel 

Shelby, N.C. 



HOTEL VIRGINIA 



EATMAX AND ALLEX, PROPS. 



FORSYTH AXD CLAY STREETS 



JACKSONVILLE 



FLA. 



CENTRALLY 



LOCATED 



A Modern Hotel. 

Centrally located. 

First-class in every 

respect. Table 

supplied with the j European Plan. Rates, $1 .00 per Day and Up. Hot and Cold 

best the markets j Running Water in Every Room. Steam Heated Private Baths. 

afford. :: :: ; Free Sample Rooms for Commercial Men. 



THE 

Keystone 

A magnificent 
hotel recently 
erected at Fer- 
nandina. Florida. 
A fine fishing and 
otherwise objec- 
tive point for 
tourists. The so- 
cial conditionsare 
excellent; the cli- 
mate salubrious; 
the hotel appoint- 
ments the finest, 
and the condi- 
tions otherwise 
unexcelled. 




The HOTEL CARLETON 

MRS. J. M. FERGUSOX, Proprietress 

MELBOURNE ;: :: FLORIDA 

Highest and Healthiest Point on Indian River 



Fishing and Hunting 
Fine Boating 

RATES $2.50 PER DAY 



Saltwater Bathing 
Good Harbor 

SPECIAL WEEKLY RATES 



THE BRICK HOTEL 

HELENA, GEORGIA 



Under New Management 



Nearest Hotel to Depot. The Best the Market Affords. 
Newly Furnished Fine Beds. Rates, $2.00 Per Day. 



COLONIAL HOTEL 



PLANT CITY 



FLORIDA 



The Leading Commercial Hotel 
of the City 






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Modern Improvements, Hot and Cold Running Water, 
Baths, Electric Light, Long Distance Phone. 
Rates, $2.50 and up per day. Mrs. B. S. Smith, Prop. 



EXCHANGE HOTEL 



Wm. C. Royer, Manager 



Montgomery :: Alabama 



European Plan. Absolutely Fireproof. Rates, $1.50 and up; $2.00 and up with bath. 

"Located at the hub of the City" 



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m RAMSEY HOTEL 

First-Class in Every Respect 

Rates $1.00 to $1.50 

per Day 

Sample Room Free 



DENMARK. 



S. C. 



PLUNKETT HOTEL 

NORTH, S. C. 

FIRST-CLASS 
Rates $2.00 and Up 



J. B. PLUNKETT. 



Prop. 



THE HARRIS HOUSE 

Mrs. J. I. McMillan, Prop. 

First-Class in Every Respect 

Rates, $2.00 and $2.50 
per Day 

McRAE. GEORGIA 



Parisian Hand Laundry 

Tel. Greeley 6682 

French Cleaning and Dyeing 

Hand Work, Open Air Drying 

Domestic Finish 

320 WEST 34th STREET 

Bet. 8th & l Jth Avea. 

Opp. Manhattan Opera House 

New York City 



TOM DAMATO 

MERCHANT TAILOR 

You are cordially invited to 
inspect our selection cf exclusive 

IMPORTED SUITINGS 

25 W. FORSYTH ST. 
PHOXE 1S43 



JACKSONVILLE 



FLORIDA 



THE NEW WALDO 

NEW AND UP-TO-DATE 

L. M. CURRY, Prop. 




Best Boating, Fishing and Hunting near Here 



AMERICAN PLAN, S2.00 PER DAY 
PER WEEK, $10.00 



WALDO, 



FLORIDA 



L. H. HALE 



C. C. BURNS 



H. T. RICHARDS 



When you have tried the S. A. L., 

And journeyed to our city, 
Do not forget the W. S. L., 

For that would be a pity. 
No other laundry equals ours 

For service and attention, 
So when you're in the land of flowers 

Just bear in mind this mention 

PHONE 20S 

WHITE 




LAUNDRY 



TAMPA 



FLORIDA 



The Old Reliable 

OLDEST! LARGEST! BEST! 

Everything up-to-the-minute in our 
line. Not better than the best, but 
better than the rest - 

PHONE 29 

Wilmington Steam Laundry 

WILMINGTON, - - N. C 



PRAEGER 
LAUNDRY 
COMPANY 




"Learn to 
Know Us" 



SAVANNAH 
GEORGIA 



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Hotels and Restaurants 



HOTEL DETROIT 

C. N. CRAWFORD, Proprietor 

ST. PETERSBURG, FLORIDA 



ROOMS EX-SUITE WITH BATH, 
ELECTRIC [LIGHT, STEAM HEAT, 
ELECTRIC ELEVATOR. OPEX ALL 
THE YEAR. AMERICAX PLAX. 



G. B. HAYWARD, Assistant Manager 
June to November Chautauqua, N. Y. 



Smith's Dairy Kitchen 

ESTABLISHED 1900 

PEARCE NOLAXD, Proprietor 

EXCELLENT SERVICE 

MENU UNSURPASSED 

WE CATER TO THE VERY BEST 



201-3-5 Lafayette St., TAMPA, FLORIDA 

Clearwater Cafe 

JAMES HAMILTON, Proprietor 



THE LEADING RESTAURANT OF THE 
CITY. THE CHOICEST OF EVERY- 
THING THE MARKETS AFFORD. 



CLEARWATER 



FLORIDA 



JOHN P. MILES, Proprietor 
BRADENTOWN, FLORIDA 



Hotel Juplinor 

YEAR ROUND COMMERCIAL HOTEL 
EUROPEAN PLAN CAFE IN CONNECTION 

Garcia's Restaurant 

ONLY SPANISH COOKING AND CLEAR HAVANA CIGARS 
MANUEL GARCIA TAMPA, FLORIDA 

New Commercial Hotel Unecda Cafe 



CENTRALLY LOCATED 

R. R. PREVATT, Proprietor 

STARKE - - - FLORIDA 

Rates $2.00 Per Day. Special Rates by the Week or 
Month Furnished on Application. 

BEST FURNISHED BEST BEDS 

BEST TABLE BEST SERVICE 



PHONE 52 



BUS MEETS ALL TRAINS 



THEATRE BUILDING 
TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA 



THE LEADING CAFE OF THE CITY 



THE BEST THE MARKETS AFFORD. AT 
REASONABLE PRICES 



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Hotels and Laundries 



THE GEORGIAN HOTEL THE CHARLOTTE LAUNDRY 



OPPOSITE UNION DEPOT 

CORDELE, GA. 

European Plan 
Rates, 75 Cents and up 



BEACH CLEANING CO. 

Make, Clean, Press and Repair Garments 
SATISFACTORILY 



ASK ANYBODY 

1314 and 1316 Franklin St. Phone 477 

TAMPA - - - FLORIDA 

Portsmouth Steam Laundry 

We Clean, Press and Dye Clothes 
Satisfaction Guaranteed 



Nos. 502, 504 and 506 HIGH STREET 
Bell 'Phones 751 and 752 



C. W. WALKER - Proprietor 

CAREY J. HALL, Jr. - - - - - - Manager 



SANITATION PERFECT 



WEEKLY RATES 



HOTEL OLIVE 



S. J. CARNES, Prop. 



Cafe in Connection with Hotel 



RATES 
European Plan, $1.00 to $2.00 per Day 
American Plan, $2.00 to $2.50 per Day 



115-1 17 Franklin Street 

TAMPA, FLA. 



Facial Bleaching and 
Scalp Treatments, 
Manicuring, Shampooing 
and Hair Dressing, 
Hair Dyeing a Specialty. 



Carrying a Full Line of 
Human Hair Goods, 
Matching Shades, 
Combings Made up in All 
Styles a Specialty. 



MADAME HIMES 

Hygienic Beauty Culture Parlors 



THE FLORIDA HOTEL 
1307 1-2 Franklin St., 
Rooms 76-77-78 
For Appointments 
Phone 1691 



We Also Carry a Line of 
Franco-American Hygienic 
Toilet Goods for Sale. 

TAMPA, FLA. 



Oldest Largest — Best 

Dyers 
Faultless Dry Cleaners 



CHARLOTTE - NORTH CAROLINA 

Athens Empire Laundry Co. 

Launderers and Dry Cleaners 



Clean American Methods for 
Clean Americans 



ATHENS 



GEORGIA 



ARLINGTON HOTEL 

J. D. RUSHING, Proprietor 

Everything New. Modern Improvements. Large Verandas. 

Cars to All Parts of the City. All Outside Rooms. 

Screened Throughout. Running Water. 

PHONE 2264 

1219JS FRANKLIN ST., TAMPA, FLORIDA 

THE BEN-VONDE CO. 

"QUALITY" 

Dyers and Cleaners 

"Largest in the South" 

CHARLOTTE - - NORTH CAROLINA 

RIVER VIEW HOTEL 

E. F. RUSSELL, Prop. 

Patronage oj Tourists and Commercial Travelers Solicited. 
Running Water. Rates, SI .50 and up. 



ORMOND 



FLORIDA 



GOOD, CLEAN, COOL, OUTSIDE ROOMS, WITH 

BEAUTIFUL PORCHES. GOOD BATH WITH 

HOT AND COLD WATER 

THE FLORIDA HOTEL 

J. A. HIMES, Prop. 

OPEN DAY AND NIGHT 

First-Class Accommodations at Reasonable Rates by Day, 

Week or Season. Everything Modern and Up-to-Date. 

Running Water in Rooms. Screened Throughout. 

PHONE 1691 

1307^ FRANKLIN ST., TAMPA, FLORIDA 



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TELEPHONE 

110 



STEAM 




TELEPHONE 
111 



MODEL 



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TELEPHONE 

110 




CHARLOTTE, N. C 



LAUNDRY 



TELEPHONE 
111 



P. M. CAVE, President C. P. EDWARDS, Vice-President and Manager C. B. ROSS, Secretary and Treasurer 



PRESSING 



PRESSING 



Hats Cleaned, Dyed and Blocked 

COSTER, The CLEANSER 

French Dry Cleaning 
and Dye Works 

PHONE 148 



No. 122 Market St. 



WILMINGTON, N. C. 



PHONE 698 



H. W. JENKINS, Mgr. 



BELMONT HOTEL 

EUROPEAN PLAN 

Rooms: 50c, 75c and $1.00 Per Day 
Rooms With Bath Attached $1.50 



COR. BROUGHTON 
AND DRAYTON STS. 



SAVANNAH, GA. 



REFURNISHED 


PHONE 557 


THOROUGHLY RENOVATED 


New 


Commercial 

LUTE HOWELL, Proprietor 


Hotel 


$1.00 Per Day 


Cor. Twiggs and Franklin Sts. 


Tampa, Florida 



HOTF1 ROVAI BRUNSWICK, GA. 

Jl \J 1 JLj1~J IVV/ I /\L< NEAR ALL DEPOTS 

MRS. W. P. GREEN, Proprietress 

EU ROPEAN PL AN RATES: 75c to $1.5 

BELL PHONE 1182 

SOUTHERN HOTEL, Savannah, Ga. 

314-16 West Broad Street, Between Union and Central Depots 
EUROPEAN PLAN I. WOOD, Proprietor $1.00 PER DAY 

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Mears Livery and Transfer 

1301-1311 West Bay St.— 12 Cleveland St. 

Telephone 507S JACKSONVILLE, FLA. 

Saddle Horses. Single Buggies and Carriages 
Heavy Hauling of all Kinds Moving Furniture a Specialty 



M. N. SUGG 

Garage and Livery Stable 



AUTOMOBILES FOR HIRE 



Double and Single Driving Teams 
Saddle Horses 

SOUTHERN PINES - NORTH CAROLINA 

PHONE 301 

DAWSON INN 

DAWSON, GA. 



The Leading Hotel in the City. Good Table 
RATE:-$2.50 per day Mrs. S. W. ANTHONY 



W. H. CAUGHMAN, Prop. 



Phones 1296— Night 170 



Caughman's Auto Transfer 

1216 Main St., Columbia, S. C. 

General Transfer. Meet all Trains. Rates by the Hour 
Closed and Open Cars 



Cook Automobile Company 



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ORLANDO, 



Dealers in New and Sec- 
ond Hand Cars, Storage 
and Supplies. 

Will meet trains when re- 
quested and make livery 
trips to any accessible 
point in Florida. 

Good, comfortable autos, 
careful drivers, reason- 
able rates. 



FLORIDA 



WIRE 

JAS. C. HAYGOOD 

210 Monroe St. 

MONTGOMERY, ALA. 

To meet you with AMBULANCE 



First-class Livery in Connection 



THE TAxMPA TRIBUNE 



DAILY 



SUNDAY 



WEEKLY 



Only Morning Paper in South Florida. Covers South 

Florida Territory thoioughly. Full Associated 

Press Service by Leased Wi r e. The only 

Sunday Paper in South Florida 



Advertisers who investigate always decide to use 
THE TAMPA MORNING TRIBUNE 

It readies the most, as well as the best 
It is Florida's leading Morning Journal 



Guaranteed Larger Circulation Than Any Four Papers in South Florids 



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Transfers, Livery and Hotels 



FLORIDA EAST COAST HOTEL COMPANY 

The hotels of the Florida East Coast Hotel Company are located at St. Augustine, Ormond-on-the-Halifax, 
Palm Beach, Miami, Florida. At Long Key, Florida, is a fishing eamp for fishermen, sportsmen and nature 
lovers. At Nassau, Bahama Islands, is another hotel. The company operates no hotels in Key West or 
Havana, but they will be found interesting places to visit. The hotels of the Company are all operated on 
the American plan, but, in addition, the equipment of each includes an up-to-date Grill-Room. 

HOTELS PONCE DE LEON and ALCAZAR, St. Auftustine 

HOTEL ORMOND, Ormond 

HOTELS ROYAL POINCIANA and THE BREAKERS, Palm Beach 

HOTEL ROYAL PALM, Miami 

HOTEL COLONIAL, Nassau (Bahamas) 

THE LONG KEY CAMP, Long Key Camp 



NEW YORK OFFICE, 2« Fifth Avenue 



CHICAGO OFFICE, 109 West Adams Street 




MIAMI 

TRANSFER 

COMPANY 



PHONE 1.17 

CARRIAGES AXD 

AUTOMOBILES 

FOR HIRE 

HOUR, DAY, WEEK OR 
CHARTER 

FRUIT AXD VEGETABLE 

EXPRESS 

GENERAL LIVERY AXD BAGGAGE FREIGHT 

HOUSEHOLD GOODS AXD PIAXOS STORAGE, PACKING AXD SHIPPIXG A SPECIALTY 



See Agents on Train, at Depot and Hotel Porch 



MIAMI TRANSFER COMPANY 

MIAMI, FLORIDA 



WHEN YOU REACH SAVANNAH 

You will be in a city pronounced by many travelers to be the prettiest in all the happy Southland. Not 
only is there a beautiful blending of old and new architecture, many points rich in historic interest, but 
nature has bestowed upon Savannah a climate that brings forth foliage and blossoms at all seasons of the year. 
The automobiles of the Sawyer Auto Livery are high-grade touring cars of the leading makes. We 
handle sight-seeing trips in touring cars insuring comfortable riding. ( >ur tours in different cities arc patron- 
ized by the most select (lass who are always glad to testify to our excellent service. 

Principal Office and Main Garage, Savannah, Ga., 201 Perry St. West, 'Phone 4097 
BRANCH OFFICES: AUGUSTA, GA., NEW YORK CITY, BETHLEHEM, X. H., PROFILE, X. H. 



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Transfers, Livery, Garages and Automobiles 



ORRELL LIVERY CO. 

PROPRIETORS OF 

LIVERY, TRANSFER AND 
BOARDING STABLES 

PHONE 47 
Cor. PRINCESS AND THIRD STREETS 

WILMINGTON, NORTH CAROLINA 



J. BANKS YONGE, Manager 



PHONE 78 



COLUMBUS BAGGAGE & 
CAB COMPANY 

QUICK SERVICE 

Office: UNION STATION :: COLUMBUS, GA. 



SPARKMAN & COMPANY 



Automobiles Repaired 
and Painted 

3 Large Cars for Hire 



Buick Cars for Sale 
Automobile Supplies 



DADE CITY 



FLORIDA 



SAVANNAH BAGGAGE & CAB COMPANY 



PASSENGER AND BAGGAGE TRANSFER 



BONDED AGENT RAILWAY AND STEAMSHIP LINES 



Office: UNION STATION 



Phones 959-999 



Stables 67 WEST BROAD ST. 



OVERLAND 



OAKLAND 



OLIVE STREET GARAGE 

PHONE 113 

STORING :: REPAIRING :: SUNDRIES 



AUTO LIVERY 



WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA 



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PHONE 965 



FLORIDA TRANSFER CO. 



W. L. MURRELL, Manager 



Corner Washington Street and Florida Avenue 

TAMPA, FLORIDA 

BAGGAGE, FURNITURE, FREIGHT, SAFE, PIANO 
AND MACHINERY MOVING. STORAGE 

PATRONIZE A FIRM THAT APPRECIATES YOUR BUSINESS 



J. L. LOYD 

GARAGE 

Automobiles for Hire. Automobile Repairing a Specialty. 

All Kinds of Job Repairing, Guns, Graphaphones, Etc. 



PHOTOGRAPH GALLERY AND JEWELRY UNDER THE SAME ROOF 



COLEMAN, FLORIDA 



U. S. LOCKETT 

Livery, Feed and 
Sale Stables 

The Best and Most Conveniently 

Arranged Stables in Georgia 

Ample Accommodation. 

Good Sheds. 

507-515 Lamar Street 

AMERICUS, GEORGIA 



PHONES 483 and 2 



JONES : TRANSFER : CO. 

JAS. LOGAN JONES, General Manager 

1220 Hampton Avenue, COLUMBIA, S. C. 

CAB AND BAGGAGE TRANSFER 
LIVERY AND BOARDING STABLES 



OFFICE AND 
STABLES 



OPEN DAY AND NIGHT 



THE BONDED COMPANY OF THE RAILROADS 



We Give Special Attention to Funeral, Wedding, Theatre and Dance Parties 



182 



Transfers, Livery, Hauling, Etc. 



B. S. TODD 



J. L. TURNER 



TODD <&, TURNER 

HEAVY HAULING 

Cor. Florida and Jackson Sts. Phone 757 TAMPA, FLA. 

Special Attention Given to Orders from Contractors for Hauling of Building Material of All Kinds 



CHEATUM & NEWTON 

HEAVY HAULING 
AND TRANSFER 



Handle Machinery, Safes, 
Engines, Boilers, Etc. 

Piano and Furniture Moving 
a Specialty 



405 HARRISON STREET 
TAMPA, FLORIDA 



PHONE No. 1491 



W. 0. HOBBS 


HEAVY 


HAULING 


No Contract too Large 


for Me 


GARRISON AVENUE 


TAMPA, FLORIDA 


PHONE 85 



c 


ampbelT 


S 


Tran 


sfer 




W. K. CAMPBELL, 


Manager and Proprietor 






BAGGAGE, TOBACCO, FREIGHT 
HEAVY HAULING 


AND 


PHONES- ' A - c - L - OFFICE, 869 

I MALLORY OFFICE, 2039 




TAMPA 


, FLORIDA 



383 



Transportation Lines, Transfers, Etc. 



ST. PETERSBURG TRANSPORTATION CO., 

TAMPA, FLORIDA 

THIS Company operates the 
well-known "Favorite Line 
Steamers " — " Favorite, " 
"Pokanoket," " H. B. Plant," 
" Manatee " and " Gypsy, " 
from Tampa to .St. Petersburg;, 
Manatee River, Pass-a-Grille and 
Terra Ceia, Florida, and return, 
making frequent trips on con- 
venient schedules. 

For a daylight trip take steamer 
"leaving Tampa 7:30 a. m. via St. 
Petersburg and all points on the 
beautiful Manatee River, touch- 
ing at the wharves where the 
numerous fruit and vegetable 
packing houses are operated ; 
landing at the Atwood grapefruit 
grove, largest bearinp grapefruit 
grove in Florida; passing in view 
of Egmont Key and the Govern- 
ment lighthouse and forts; return- 
ing, arrive at Tampa at 7:00 p. 
m., or you may transfer at St. 
Petersburg to our steamer Gypsy 
for Pass-a-Grille, which gives you 
four hours on this island in the 
Gulf of Mexico; or for a short 
trip take our 2:00 p. m. boat from 
Tampa to St. Petersburg, which 
gives you one hour at St. Peters- 
burg. All of the above trips ar- 
rive back at Tampa at 7:00 p. m. 
the same day. We have three 
daily boats from Tampa (Sunday 
excepted), round trips good for 
thirty days. Special excursions 
on Sunday, good for the day only. 
Meals served on boats, prices 
reasonable. Ask for our new 
folder with complete schedule and 
description of places and trips- 




Along the banks of the Mana- 
tee River are located the largest 
grapefruit and citrus groves, let- 
tuce and celery farms in Florida. 
The productive irrigated lands 
consist of thousands of acres. 
Hundreds of train loads of pro- 
duce are shipped daily from this 
section during the winter months, 
bringing the farmers high prices. 

St. Petersburg is beautifully 
located on a narrow peninsula, 
high above the sea level, sur- 
rounded on three sides by Tampa 
Bay and (In- Gulf of Mexico, 
affording the finest fishing, boat- 
ing and surf bathing in the world. 

Pass-a-Grille is renowned for its 
surf bathing, shore dinners and 
fishing; it is situated on the Gulf 
of Mexico with a beautiful sandy 
beach. A trip to Pass-a-Grille 
and a dip in the Gulf will prove 
a source of much pleasure. 

For further information address 
St. Petersburg Transportation 
Co., Tampa, Flu. 



3§4 



Transfers, Livery, Garages and Automobiles 



PHONE 42 



QUICK SERVICE 



HOLMES LIVERY CO. 

Specialties 

KENTUCKY SADDLE HORSES, LIGHT SINGLE 
RIGS AND DOUBLE RIGS 

Cor. Madison and Marion Sts. V TAMPA, FLA. 

N. K. BOWDEN, President. ED. BATES, Sec'y & Trcas, 

PALACE STABLE CO. 

COLUMBUS, GEORGIA 

THE FINEST FEED, SALE AND LIVER V 
STABLES IN THE CITY 

First Avenue Stables Phones 93 and 94 

W. K. McADORY, President 

W. L. METCALFE. Vice-President and Manager 

C. W. WORRELL, Secretary 

A. S. JOHNSON, Foreman 

KENTUCKY LIVERY CO. 

(INCORPORATED) 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 

LIVERY AND FEED STABLES 

PROPER AND CAREFUL ATTENTION 
GIVEN TO ALL ANIMALS AND VEHICLES 

FINEST LIVERY IN THE CITY 

1523 to 1535 Third Avenue 
Phones, Main 4(>6 and 677 



W.LESLEY BROWN «0. Rh.winston 

TAMPA, FLORIDA ARTISTIC 

I IVFRY COMMERCIAL 

PHOTOGRAPHER 
TELEPHONE No 105 Kodak Work a Specialty 

Corner Florida Avenue and Jackson Street BRUNSWICK, GA. 

San Juan Garage Company 

STUDEBAKER AND -HUDSON CARS 

CARS STORED, FIRST-CLASS REPAIR. 
W( )RK. A U T M O B I L E S FOR. R ENT 



ORLANDO 



FLORIDA 



LONG DISTANCE PHONE 

Swearingen Automobile Co. 

(NOT INCORPORATED) 

T. J. SWEARINGEN, Manager 

GAINESVILLE .... FLORIDA 
Automobiles, Accessories, Garage 

AND 

Fully Equipped Repair Department 

Automobiles for Hire 



HARRIS GARDINER FRANK DOUGHTIE 



Gardiner & Doughtie 



DRAY LINE 

AND 

GENERAL TRANSFER 



COLUMBUS 7 GEORGIA 





PHONE 578 




J 


. N. FINLEY 






FREIGHT TRANSFER 






AND 






HEAVY HAULING 






OF 






EVERY DESCRIPTION 






902 Washington Street 




COLUMBIA - - S. 


c. 



385 



Transfers, Storage, Livery, Garages, Automobiles 



DRIVING CARRIAGES, BUGGIES, BUS AND BAGGAGE SERVICE 

PASSENGERS 

Sight-Seeing Cars can be Chartered Touring Cars can be Hired by Hour, 

for Special Trips Day or Night Day, Week or Trip 

BAGGAGE 

Our Baggage Service is unexcelled anywhere. We are the only authorized Railroad Transfer 
Company in the city. We call for and deliver baggage to the city and New Augustine. No 
extra charges will be made for delivering or strapping baggage in rooms, apartment houses, 
private residences or any pla-e where porters are not employed. 



ST. AUGUSTINE TRANSFER COMPANY 

Office: 66 Cathedral Street Phone 39 ST. AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA 



REID LIVERY COMPANY 

OPEN DAY AND NIGHT 
Phones 2270 and 2271 CHARLOTTE, NORTH CAROLINA 



BENTON TRANSFER COMPANY 

J. W. BENTON, General Manager 

Pianos Moved and Packed by Headquarters for Packing and 

Experts Moving Furniture 

GENERAL DRAYAGE AND STORAGE 

Office: 10 and 20 West Broad St. phones n os . 2 and 44 SAVANNAH, GEORGIA 



THE CHARLOTTE TRANSFER CO. 

JAKE MARTIN, Manager 

BAGGAGE, PASSENGER AND FREIGHT SERVICE 

"Always on the Minute" — Night or Day 
Office: Southern Passenger Station phones 298 and 1919 CHARLOTTE, N. C. 



3«6 



Transfers, Transportation Lines, Automobiles, Ship Brokers. 



COOK'S TRANSFER 

Baggage and Passenger 

BAGGAGE CHECKED FROM RESIDENCE 
AUTOS FOR HIRE - - CARRIAGES FOR WEDDINGS AND FUNERALS 

JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA . 



E. A. ARMAND, President and Treasurer F. X. BEYTAGII, Secretary 

SOUTHERN SHIPPING COMPANY 

SHIP BROKERS, FORWARDING AGENTS 
Cable Address: SOSHICO 

No. 2 Bay Street, East - - SAVANNAH, GA. 



W. T. DeBORDE, President and General Manager PHONE 132S 

Savannah Auto Repair Company 

Incorporated 
Builders of Automobile Machinery, Tops, Bodies, Wheels, Springs, Etc. 

Blacksmith Work of all Kinds Motor Boat Work Solicited 

PAINTING A SPECIALTY 

Broughton and East Broad Streets - - SAVANNAH, GA. 



HAVANA MIAMI NASSAU PORT TAMPA KEY WEST 

Havana, Cuba, Nassau, Bahamas and Key West, Florida 

From Port Tampa on the West CoaBt and from 
Key West on the East Coast via 

Peninsular & Occidental Steamship Company 

FINE STEAMERS 

MEANS A SHORT SEA TRIP OVER THE BLUE WATERS OF THE MEXICAN GULF 
AND A DELIGHTFUL OUTING IN QUAINTLY FOREIGN LANDS 

Through Tickets by Rail and Steamers of this Company are on Sale at all Railway Stations. For Further 
Information, Schedules, Etc., Call on Any of Our Agents, or Write to 

CHAS. L. MYERS, Manager PAUL J. SAUNDERS, G. F. & P. A. 

JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA 



387 



Transfers, Garages, Automobiles 



IT'S EASY 



To get your baggage 
properly taken care 
of. Simply phone 



5-6=0 



And it's done 



We do anything 
that an up-to- 
date transfer 
company should 
do and we do it 
promptly and 
right. 



Baggage Transfer, Cabs, Automobiles, 
Hauling and Car Load Storage 

Capacity 300 Cars 

SAUNDERS 
TRANSFER CO. 

TAMPA, FLA. 



BRADENTOWN 
GARAGE 

BRADENTOWN, FLORIDA 

Automobiles 
for Rent 

Automobiles 
for Sale 

CADILLAC 



ani 



BUICK 



Automobiles 
Repaired 

Automobile 
Supplies 



588 



Transportation Lines and Steamship and Forwarding Agents. 



We pierce the center of the greatest ORANGE and 
GRAPEFRUIT producing section of the world. 
The west coast of Pinellas County is developing 
faster than any section of the United States and 
promises to be one vast fruit and vegetable garden. 
Our line taps every town of any size in the County 
and almost every large fruit orchard. We promise 
best possible service. 

Tampa & Gulf Coast Railroad Company 

TAMPA, FLORIDA 

CHAS. H. B.IOWN, President CHAS. H. LUTZ, Genl. Mgr. JAS. W. BOOTH, Genl. Pass, and Frt. Agt. 



JNO. G. McGIFFIN E. W. BAILEY 

Cable Address McGIFFIN 



Jno. G. McGiffin & Co. 

FERNANDINA, FLORIDA 

STEAMSHIP AND FORWARDING AGENTS 



Codes: Watkin's, Scott's and W. U. 



389 



Transfers, Lighterage, Stevedores, Etc. 



ELTON A. SMITH SAM ROSS JOSEPH E. KELLY 

President Vice-Pres. and Treas. Secretary 



Smith & Kelly Company 



STEVEDORES 



Weighing and Sampling of Cargoes a Specialty 



28 Bay Street, East SAVANNAH, GA. 



390 



Transportation Lines 



THE ROMANTIC OCKLAWAHA RIVER 

The Most Famous Natural Attraction in Florida 
SILVER SPRINGS— The Largest and Most Beautiful in the World 



THE HART LINE TOURIST STEAMERS 

(THE FORTY-FIFTH SEASON) 
Exclusively for first-class passenger service. Frequented by the most eminent travelers 



THESE trusty steamers, nearly free from vibra- 
tion, glide smoothly over unruffled mirror 
waters in a narrow, winding course, through 
tropical jungles and picturesque river vistas, fringed 
with lilies and bordered by towering palms, entwined 
and festooned with flowering vines and with pen- 
dant, waving tresses of gray moss — a panorama of 
wild scenic beauty — past hills and orange groves 
visited by the passengers, thence for nine miles up 
the swift, shimmering Silver River of indescribable 
charm. From steamer's deck or glass bottom row- 
boats, through deep, transparent waters of changing 
hues of emerald green, and other tints, one peers 
into the marvelous "Bridal Chamber" of the Springs 
with rapt amazement. The "Ladies' Parlor," 
"Smoking Room," "Jacob's Well," and the Fossil 
Boneyard never fail to excite emotion. The mystery 
of the sparkling iridescence and absolute trans- 
parency of these waters, thirty to eighty feet in 
depth, remains to be solved. Throughout the night 
the fantastic torch-light illumination of forest and 
river, unknown on any other tourist route in the 
world, is an impressive and mystical scene never to 
be forgotten. This wonderfully unique, fascinating 



and romantic trip up and down the beautiful Ockla- 
waha River and Silver Springs has no counterpart 
in the world. This far-famed Mecca of Northern 
Tourists has long been visited again and again by 
the first families and by the world's most eminent 
travelers. The Randall Orange Grove, Rose Garden 
and Hotel, adjacent to thousands of acres of wild 
hunting grounds, are visited by Hart Line passengers. 
On and after January 5th, 1914, steamers leave 
Palatka Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays, at 12.45 
noon, or after arrival of trains from Jacksonville, 
St. Augustine and first night trains from Miami and 
Tampa, arriving at Silver Springs before noon the 
next day. Returning, leave Silver Springs Tuesdays, 
Thursdays, Saturdays, at 2 P. M. on arrival of S. 
A. L. Ry. first morning trains from Jacksonville, 
Orlando, Winter Park and Tampa to Ocala; and A. 
C. L. Ry. morning trains from St. Petersburg and 
Gulf Coast points to Ocala; connecting at Ocala 
with O. N. Ry. train, or by public carriages and auto- 
mobiles on smooth road about five miles, forty 
minutes to Silver Springs; arriving at Palatka the 
next morning, connecting with trains to all points. 
R. W. Thompson, Gen'l Mgr., Palatka, Florida. 




MSI 



BEAUFORT AND SAVANNAH LINE 

"CLIVEDON" "PILOT BOY" 

PASSENGER AND FREIGHT COASTWISE SERVICE 
SAVANNAH, GA. Telephone 4152 



CHAS. E. BALL, Savannah 
Agt. and Gen. Mgr. 

Savannah Daufuskie 



GEO. U. BEACH, Owner 
CHAS. J. BUTLER. Gen. Frt. CHAS. COHEN, Beaufort Agent 

and Pass. Agt. C. L. PAUL, Port Royal Agent 

Hilton Head U. S. Naval Station Port Royal Beaufort 



39i 



Transportation Lines, Ship Brokers, Agents, Etc. 



" ST RACHAN LINE" 

Direct Steamship Service 

TO 

United Kingdom Continental 
Baltic Med iterranean 

And Adriatic Ports 



=FROM= 



Charleston, S. C. Brunswick, Ga. 

Savannah, Ga. Fernandina, Fla. 

And Jacksonville, Fla. 

For Rates, Sailings, Etc., Apply to 

STRACHAN & CO., F. D. M. STRACHAN & CO., 

Savannah, Ga. Brunswick, Ga. 

STRACHAN & CO., STRACHAN & CO., 

Charleston, S. C. Fernandina, Fla. 

AGENTS FOR 

Austro-Americana Line Leyland Line Creole Line 

Furness Line 

HARRISON LINE FROM BRUNSWICK TO LIVERPOOL 



392 



Transportation Lines, Ship Brokers, Agents, Etc. 



South Atlantic 
Steamship Line 

SAVANNAH, GA. 



K 



31 



Direct freight service 



to 



United Kingdom 



Continental and 



Baltic Ports 



a 



Through service to all ports 



J. H. HOWARD, Pits. R. W. MATTOX, Vicc-Pres 

A. M. EVANS, Gon. M^r. and Secretary-Treas. 

R. B. GROOVER, Auditor 



NAVAL STORES 
STEAMBOAT CO. 

PLYING 

ST. JOHNS RIVER AND 
TRIBUTARIES 

PHOXE 661 DOCK FOOT MARKET STREET 

JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA 



OSCAR F. SMITH, President 
JXO. T. GIBBS, Secretary and Treasurer 



3D 



Telephones 231 and 2468 



Norfolk Dredging 
Company 

River, Harbor and Dock 
Improvements 

303 Water Street, Cor. Roanoke Square 
NORFOLK, :: VIRGINIA 



393 



Transportation Lines 



Wilmington, Brunswick & Southern R.R. Co. 

THE ONLY RAIL ROUTE TO 

SOUTHPORT, N. C. 

One of the finest Harbors on the South Atlantic Coast 



Connections with the Atlantic Coast Line and Seaboard Air Line 

at Navassa Junction 

FOR ALL POINTS 

NORTH, EAST, SOUTH AND 

WEST 



Vessels drawing twenty-five feet of water can discharge and take 
on cargo at our Southport Terminals 

Tugs and Steamers can secure Bunker Coal at our Southport 

Docks 



For further information address 

H. E. GOODWIN, Traffic Manager, 
WILMINGTON NORTH CAROLINA 

394 



Railroads 



Opportunities and Advantages Along 
The Aberdeen & Rockfish Railroad 



The Aberdeen & Rockfish Rail- 
road now offers to the public through 
service between Aberdeen and Fay- 
etteville, N. C. Passenger trains 
leaving both points daily, except 
Sunday, connecting with the Sea- 
board Air Line Railway's North and 
Southbound trains at Aberdeen, and 
with the principal Atlantic Coast 
Line's trains at Fayetteville; also 
connecting with the Raleigh, Char- 
lotte & Southern Railway at Aber- 
deen, affording direct transportation 
from Eastern to Western Carolina. 

Passengers choosing this route 
save a distance of something like 
ioo miles, and are conducted through 
the heart of three of the best coun- 
ties in North Carolina. 

The famous Bethune Hill, present 
site of the North Carolina Sani- 
tarium for "the Treatment of Tuber- 
culosis, is worth a trip across the 
state to see. On account of its alti- 
tude, frost has never been known to 
kill fruit in the spring. It has been 
said that the scenery at this point is 
the finest east of the Blue Ridge. 



The fine trucking lands along this 
line make it one of the best farm- 
ing sections in the state, and the 
varieties of soil make it possible for 
farmers to produce any crop they 
choose. It has been found that 
tobacco can be profitably grown 
and large tobacco farms will be seen 
along the line next year. Home 
seekers should take advantage of 
the rare opportunities along this line 
and locate in a section that promises 
to lead in the next few years. 

The thriving towns along this line, 
of which Raeford, the County seat 
of Hoke, is the chief, have unexcelled 
opportunities for capitalists who are 
looking for a place to locate that has 
all the conveniences of thefarge cities, 
and is located in one of the health- 
iest and most prosperous sections of 
the state. 

This is a glorious section of the 
State of North Carolina, and is des- 
tined to be densely populated. 

Anyone desiring information in 
regard to schedules of the trains, or 
of the lands, locations or prices, may 
write to 



JOHN BLUE, President 

ABERDEEN, N. C. 



395 



Transportation Lines (Steamships), Agents and Forwarders 



JNO. G. McGIFFIN & CO. 

Jacksonville, Florida : Fernandina, Florida 



Steamship Agents 
and Forwarders 



Everything in Connection with Imports and Exports 



CABLE ADDRESS McGIFFIN 











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■ ■ 

Holland America Line 
Burg Line 

♦ ♦ ♦ 

Regular Freight Service to and from Savannah, Ga., 
to Amsterdam and Rotterdam 

♦ ♦ ♦ 

Offices: Savannah Bank & Trust Company Building 

SAVANNAH, GA. 

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396 



Transportation Lines, Agents, Brokers, Naval Stores, Etc. 



Williamson & Rauers 



SAVANNAH, GA. 



Steamship Brokers and 
Forward ng Agents 



Direct Steamers to 
U. K. and Continent 



AGENTS FOR 

Hamburg-American Line 

Cable Address WILLIAMSON 
WATKIN'S CODE A. B. C. CODE 



Atlantic Coast Forwarding 
Company 

Stevedores and Forwarding Agents 

E. A. JONES, Manager 

PHONES 2691; 415 OFFICE: 305 VALDOSTA BLDG. 

JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA 



CARS STORED 



CARS REPAIRED 



West Palm Beach Auto Company 

A. O. REYNOLDS 

GARAGE 

Banyan Street, bet. Olive and Poinsettia 

5- AND 7-PASSENGER CARS FOR HIRE 

Telephone no WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA 



ESTABLISHED 1907 

PHILIP SHORE 

TAMPA, FLA. 

SHIP AND STEAMSHIP AND 
FORWARDING AGENT 

Special attention given to Ship and Steam- 
ship Agency Business 

CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED 

Cable Address: 
Shore Tampa and Pt. Tampa, U. S. A. 

Codes: "Watkin's" and " Scott's" 

Reference: American National Bank, Tampa, Fla. 

Letters and telegrams addressed in our care 
promptly delivered 



397 



Stevedores, Marine Work, Merchandise Brokers, Warehousemen 



Diamond Steamboat 
& Wrecking Company 

JAMES S. WILLIAMS, Manager 



CONTRACTORS 

PILE DRIVING 

STEVEDORING 



LIGHTERING— TOWING 

AND 

GENERAL MARINE WORK 



Contracting Stevedores for every Rail- 
way, Fertilizer Company, and 
Importer in the Port 
of Wilmington 



Wilmington 



N. C. 



FRED G. BECKMANN GEORGE W. JOHNSON 

BECKMANN & 
COMPANY 



GENERAL MERCHANDISE 
BROKERS 



WAREHOUSEMEN 

AND DISTRIBUTORS 



Largest Warehousemen and Dis- 
tributors on the South Atlantic 
Coast. Ample storage facilities. 



312-314-316 WILLIAMSON STREET 
POSTOFFICE BOX 1034 

SAVANNAH - - GEORGIA 



398 



Cabinet Makers, Fixtures, Safes, Tables, Typewriters 



J. L. PONDER 



A. A. DRENNAN 



THE 



PONDER=DRENNAN COMPANY 
Cabinet Makers 



Woodworkers 

10TH STREET AND RAILROAD AVENUE 
JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA 

Phone 3277 

J. L MEDLINI 0. N. 

MAXUFACTURER DLlVli I 

of 

Naval Stores 



Ship via S. A. L. 

MEREDITH, FLA. 



Manufacturer of 

STENCILS 

SEALS AND 

STAMPS 

and Denier in 
Stamps and Stencil 
Supplies, Cotton, Ink 
and Brushes. 
37 Drayton Street 

SAVANNAH, GA. 

Telephone 3593 



W. A. CRABTREE, President I. P. LASA TER, Vice-President 
W. H. FITTS, Sec. and Treas. 

FITTS-CRABTREEMFG.CO. 

SANFORD, N. C. 




MANUFACTURERS SAFES AND TABLES 

Kitchen Safes and Cupboards, Parlor. Dining. Library and Kitchen 
..*,?•. A " e ""' !s sllln P«l K. D. Safes and Cupboards set up 
with bolts. Write for catalogue 



THE 



JONES FIXTURE COMPANY 



LINCOLNTON, N. C. 



Manufacturers of 



High Grade Fixtures 




OUR SPECIALTIES: 
BANK FIXTURES DRUG FIXTURES 
STORE FIXTURES SHOW CASES 
MANTELS, ETC. 

Figure with us and SAVE MONEY 

Write us for Catalog 



REMINGTON 
TYPEWRITER 




No. 10 VISIBLE MODEL 

ASK TO BE SHOWN THE 
PRACTICAL USE OF THE 
COLUMN SELECTOR. IT 
IS A TIME SAVER. 

REMINGTON TYPEWRITER CO. 



224 Plume Street - 



NORFOLK, VA. 



399 



Manufacturers of Inks, Etc, 



# on * m Co 

k \ \ Main Office and Factory 4f 



# 



35 



SAVANNAH, GA. 



MANUFACTURERS OF 



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PRINTING AND 
LITHOGRAPHIC J 

VARNISHES, DRYERS, ETC. 

ROSIN OILS-PITCH 

GLOSS OIL— GREASE SET OIL 
To Furniture Manufacturers : 

Write us about our Gloss or Ceiling Oil — 

Fine for Coating Furniture or for Finishing 
Interior Side Walls or Ceilings — Sample Free. 

To Paint and Varnish Makers : 

Our First Run Rosin or Kidney Oil is now 

being used by any number of the largest con- 
cerns in the country — Let us send you a sample. 

For Axle Greases and Paste Lubricants 

Our Grease Set Oil is in a class by itself— 
Guaranteed to run uniform in g r a v i t y a n d 
Color — Free from moisture— 
The best on the market today.— 

Samples of Any Oils Furnished Free 

Send us a sample of the oil you are 
Now using and let us quote you on 
The same goods. 



NEW YORK CITY 



NASHVILLE, TENN. 



400 



Printers, Book Binders, Stationers, Office Supplies 



EXCLUSIVE AGENTS 




a.p.shaw Yawman & Erbe 


C. H. CLAYTON 


FILING DEVICES 






The Shaw-Clayton Stationery Co. 






BOOKSELLERS AND STATIONERS 








514 FRANKLIN STREET 








WATERMAN'S 

IDEAL 


Phone 251 


CARTER'S 
INKS 






FOUNTAIN 
PENS 

OFFICE SUPPLIES 
BLANK BOOKS 


TAMPA, FLORIDA 


T. W. RIBBONS 
CARBONS, ETC. 

FILING DEVICES 
LOOSE LEAF 











WE ARE GLAD TO HAVE YOU 


SYSTEMS 






DeLUXE 


CALL OR WRITE TO US AT ANY 


ART 






LOOSE LEAF 
LEDGERS 


TIME. THE EXPERIENCE OF 
OUR SALESMEN AND THEIR 


METAL STEEL 
FILES 






TIME ARE ALWAYS AT 


YOUR DISPOSAL. DO NOT HESITATI 


] TO CALL FOR THEM 




AT ANY TIME. 





JOHN E. BURKE 



LOCAL AND LONG DISTANCE PHONE 262 



GEO. B. GREGORY 



BURKE &. GREGORY 

OWNERS AND PROPRIETORS OF THE LARGEST AND MOST MODERN 

Printing and Binding 

ESTABLISHMENT IN THIS SECTION OF THE SOUTH 



NEW BUILDING 



NEW EQUIPMENT 



NEW METHODS 



fn OUR NEW BUILDING is a marvel of beauty and architectural design, 
^J absolutely fireproof, affording security for our patrons against loss of valuable 
^U copy, as well as bestowing light, comfort and vim to our operatives, and we can 
therefore definitely announce that all orders for work in our line will not onl}' be re- 
ceived with grateful appreciation, but will have the promptest service at our command 

CABINETS, FILING DEVICES AND BUSINESS SYSTEMS 

Estimates Cheerfully Given on 
SMALL WORK— LARGE WORK— OUT -OF -CITY WORK 

808-810 Bermuda Street, NORFOLK, VA. 



401 



Mfrs. of Brooms, Pencil Material, Palmetto Fibres, Barbers' Supplies 



1 — 










■ 




.7. L. PHILLIPS, 
Proprietor. 


We Guarantee 
Satisfaction. 

Orders Filled 
Promptly. 




If : i-9 


Mill and Rail- 
road Brooms 
a Specialty. 


PHILLIPS BROOM WORKS 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

PLAIN AND FANCY BROOMS 

SANFORD :: :: NORTH CAROLINA 



H. E. CHARPIE Cedar Key, Fla. 

MANUFACTURER OF 

Cedar Slats for the purpose of making pencils for 

foreign and home markets. 



Columbus Broom Factory 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

ALL KINDS OF BROOMS 
AND WHISKS 



ORDERS FILLED PROMPTLY 



THE JEST BROOM MADE FOR THE 
MONEY 



For Prices and further Information, 
Write Us 



Columbus 



Georgia 




J. GEO. HOFMANN & SMITH 

Barbers' Supplies, Chairs, 

Furniture. Electric 
Grinders and Concavers 

SAFETY RAZOR BLADES A 
SPECIALTY 

Estimates on Outfits cheerfully 

furnished. Write for our 

latest Catalogue. 



PHONE No. 1932 

No. 1535 Franklin St. 




TAMPA, FLORIDA 





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THE STANDARD MANUFACTURING CO. - - Cedar Key, Florida 

Manufacturers of PALMETTO FIBRES 



We make brush, mattress and upholstering fibre 



Priees quoted on application, 

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Correspondence invited. 



Mfrs. of Crates, Veneer for Furniture, Concrete Products, Etc. 



















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Brooksville Crate 
Manufacturing Co. 

Brooksville, Fla. 

Manufacturers of 

Crate and Vegetable 
Packages 



THE 



Clement-Ross Manufacturing Co, 



Cheraw, South Carolina 



MANUFACTURERS OF 

VENEER 

FOR USE IN THE MANUFACTURE OF 

FURNITURE 



WE ALSO MANUFACTURE 

BOX SHOOKS and CANTALOUPE CRATES 



RUTHERFORD VENEER COMPANY 

RUTHERFORDTON, N. C. 
Manufacturers of THIN LUMBER and VENEER 

PROMPT SHIPMENTS SATISFACTION GUARANTEED 



THE HERRING-SHORT CONCRETE COMPANY 

WILMINGTON, N. C. 
Manufacturers of Concrete Products. General Concrete Contractors 

Telephone 1162-J Reinforced Concrete Pipe (Sewer and Culvert) a Specialty P. O. Box 424 

403 



Mfrs. of Crates for Oranges, Canteloupes, Etc. 




404 



Farm Lands. Mfrs. of Crates, Baskets and Hampers 



McRAINEY & BRIDGES 

WILDWOOD, FLORIDA 



MANUFACTURERS OF 



CRATES, BASKETS AND 
HAMPERS 

OF EVERY DESCRIPTION 



WILDWOOD -The Garden Spot 



In the "Land of Flowers" 



FARM LANDS FOR SALE 



WRITE FOR COMPLETE INFORMATION 



McRAINEY & BRIDGES 

WILDWOOD, FLORIDA 



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Mfrs. of Staves, Heading, Cooperage Stock, Turpentine Barrels 



J. K. WYLIE P. L. WOOSTER 
President Vice-Pres. 








JOHN FEENAN. Sec.-Treas. 








Castle Hayne 






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Stave Company 

INC. 




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Manufacturers and ■ Ag*. 
Dealers in 


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WILMINGTON, N. C. 




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J K. WYLIE, Yice-Pres. and Mgr. 
CHESTER L. FISHER, Secretary 






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Manufacturers and 
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Cooperage Stock 

WILMINGTON, N. C. 



Seaboard Cooperace Company 



SHOPS AT 

Savannah, Ga. Pensacola, Fla. 

Jacksonville, Fla. 



ORIGINATORS OF 



STANDARD EIGHT-HOOP TURPENTINE BARREL 



Send your orders to the above shops for our new improved 
SPIRIT BARREL, made entirely of the best selected Staves 
and Heading :: :: :: :: :: :: 



406 



Mfrs. of Vegetable Packages, Lime, Naval Stores, Lumber 



Fruit and Vegetable Packages 
Which We Manufacture: 

Apple Boxes 
Orange Boxes 
Pineapple Crates 
Peach Crates 
Tomato Crates 
Cantaloupe Crates 
Cabbage Crates 
Onion Crates 
Plant Boxes 
Celery Crates 
Asparagus Crates 
Bean Baskets 
Cucumber Baskets 
Pear Crates 
Potato Barrels 
Red Cedar Water Pails 
Cypress Water Pails 
Cypress Syrup Kegs 

AND ALL KINDS OF CASES FOR 
CANNED GOODS 

PIERPONT M'F'G CO. 

SAVANNAH, GA. 




J*D /""• A D r P|7'D Everything in Rough and Dressed Lum- 
• IT* \^.rt.I\. 1 lliIV. her for Ordinary Building Purposes, 
Lumber Dealer and S:ish, Doors, ,-,—*—.» — . ,-. -~, 

Contractor Blinds, Etc. ROCHELLE, GA. 

J. L. TROTTER 
Furniture and House Furnishings 

INVERNESS, FLA. 



Blowers Lime and 
Phosphate Co. 



INCORPORATED 



A. C. Blowers, Pres. & Gen. Mgr. 
ST. PETERSBURG. FLA. 



Works 
OCALA, FLA. 



PULVERIZED LIME 

For Agricultural Use 

CPECIALLY adapted for 
sweetening the land and neu- 
tralizing the acidity of the soil. 

We are also manufacturers of 
LIME FOR BUILDERS' USE 
and CRUSHED LIMESTONE 
AND FLINT ROCK for concrete 
and roadbuilding. 

Write us for prices. 



. VENABLE 

ARCHER, FLA. 



NAVAL STORES AND LUMBER 
PROMPT SHIPMENTS 



CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED 



WM. GARRARD, President, London, England 



JULIUS C. SCHWARZ, Manager. Savannah, Ga. 



LONDON-SAVANNAH NAVAL STORES CO. 

EXPORTERS AND DEALERS IN PURE SPIRITS 
OF TURPENTINE AND ALL GRADES OF ROSIN 



810 Germania Bank Building, Savannah, Ga. 

CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED 



Cable address: "LONSAVAN." 



Codes: — Al : "A. B. C." 4th and 5th editions; Western Union. Universal Edition; Hamil. 
ton's Code Condenser and Private Codes. 



407 



Lumber 



EDGAR A. ROBERTS, President and Treasurer 



A. L. TAYLOR, Secretary 



CENTRAL CYPRESS CO. 

CENTRALIA, FLORIDA 



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MANUFACTURERS OF 


BAND SAWED CYPRESS 


PINE AND HARDWOOD 


LUMBER 


Cypress Shingles and Lath 


rT 1 1 IMO PACKING CASES 
OCILNNLa OF ALL KINDS 

SIDING 

FLOORING 

MEAT AND VEGETABLE p l kj l O |_| 



408 



Lumber, Etc. 



WE ARE PREPARED ESPECIALLY TO HANDLE ORDERS ON ANY 4/4 OR 8/4 STOCK TO BE DRESSED 

ONE OR TWO SIDES, SQUARE EDGE OR TONGUE AND GROOVE ALSO SHIPLAP 

AND RESAWED WEATHERBOARDING 

ACCESSIBLE TO SEABOARD AIR LINE, ATLANTIC COAST LINE AND WATER SHIPMENTS 

WRITE 

Cantwell Lumber Company 

WILMINGTON, NORTH CAROLINA 

RETAIL DEALERS ROUGH AND DRESSED LUMBER. MOULDINGS TO DETAIL 



The Cherryville Lumber 
Company 

Cherryville, North Carolina 

A. I. STRCUP. Manager 

ROOFERS AND ALL KINDS OF 
FINISHED LUMBER 



B, F. Brinson 



LAKE CITY, FLORIDA 



MANUFACTURER OF 



LUMBER 



SHINGLES AND CROSS TIES 



Cherryville Roller Mills 

Cherryville, North Carolina 

A. I. STROUP. Manager 

MANUFACTURER OF HIGH GRADE FLOUR 
CORN. MEAL AND BRAN FOR SALE 

BUY WHEAT FOR CASH 



ALLISON LUMBER 
COMPANY 



WHOLESALE 

LUMBER 



ALBANY, GEORGIA 



409 



Lumber 



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DURDEN- C OLEM AN 
LUMBER COMPANY 



SAVANNAH, GA. = 

Manufacturers and Wholesale Dealers. 
Coastwise and All-Rail Shipments. 

GEORGIA LONG and SHORT 
LEAF YELLOW PINE LUMBER 



410 



Lumber 



McNAIR 


LUMBER 


COMPANY 


DYAL-UPCHURCH BUILDING 


Jacksonville, Florida 


Dressed Yellow Pine 


Cypress and Shingles 



CHADBOURN 
LUMBER 
COMPANY 

Rough and 
Dressed Lumber 



Mill Work of All Kinds 



WILMINGTON, N. C. 



The 

Doscher-Gardner 

Company 



MANUFACTURERS OF 



CYPRESS AND 
PINE LUMBER 

ROUGH OR DRESSED 



Mills 

JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA 

Offices 

11 BROADWAY, N. Y. 

JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA 



CROMWELL 
HARDWOOD 
LUMBER CO. 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

Band Sawn 
Poplar and Oak 



MONTGOMERY 
ALABAMA 



411 



Lumber 



GRAVES LUMBER CO. 

HOSFORD, FLORIDA 



Long Leaf Yellow Pine 



ROUGH and DRESSED 

LUMBER 

Shingles and Laths 



DAILY CAPACITY 125,000 FEET 



412 



Lumber 



Wilmington Lumber 
Company 



Incorporated 



LONG AND SHORT 
LEAF PINE 

CYPRESS AND HARDWOODS 



Office: SOUTHERN BUILDING 

MILLS LOCATED ON A. C. L. R.R. 
S. A. L. RAILWAY 



Wilmington - North Carolina 



G. T. & W. J. FLYNN 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

Oak, Yellow Pine and Cypress 

Railroad and Trolley 

Cross-ties 

Output One Million Ties per Year. 

Switch-ties and 
Bridge Timbers 

Sawmill and Yard at Point Peter 
Office: 111 NORTH WATER STREET 



WILMINGTON 



N. C. 



STARKE LUMBER 
COMPANY 

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LONG LEAF YELLOW PINE 

LUMBER 



All Long Distance Connections 

SHIPPING POINT 
SAXTON, FLORIDA 



SAXTON 



FLORIDA 



Williams' Tie and 
Timber Co. 

Manufacture and Buy 

CROSS-TIES, TELEPHONE POLES 
AND LUMBER 



Inquiries will receive 
prompt attention 



Live Oak 



Florid* 



413 



Lumber 



T. C. McEACHIN 



C. B. McNAIR 



J. N. C. STOCKTON 



THE McEACHIN-McNAIR LUMBER 

COMPANY 



MEREDITH 



FLORIDA 




Manufacturers of 



YELLOW PINE LUMBER 

DRESSED AND ROUGH 



Special Attention Paid to 
Railroad Orders 



Capacity 15,000,000 Feet 
Per Year 



414 



Lumber, Cotton Mill 




PLANT OF A. CAMERON 

Manufacturer of 

All Kinds of Dressed North Carolina Yellow Pine 

VASS. N. C. 




FACTORY OF VASS COTTON MILL COMPANY 
Manufacturers of High-Grade Hosiery and Knitting Yarns on Cones, Nos. 20's to 30's 

VASS, NORTH CAROLINA 

A. CAMERON, President J. A. KEITH, Vice-Presinent W. B. GRAHAM, Sec. and Treas. 

415 



Lumber and Ties 











LON DICKEY 
LUMBER CO. 

INCORPORATED 




MANUFACTURERS AND WHOLESALE DEALERS 

YELLOW PINE LUMBER 
AND TIES 






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416 



Lumber 



STEPHENS LUMBER CO. 



WHOLESALE 



LONG LEAF 
YELLOW PINE 

SPECIAL FACILITIES FOR FLOORING 
Steamer Shipments Specialty 

JACKSONVILLE - - FLORIDA 

Robert R. Sizer & Co. 

Long and Short Leaf 

YELLOW PINE AND CYPRESS 

NATIONAL BANK BUILDING, SAVANNAH, GA. 

MAIN OFFICE: BRANCH: 

15 William St., NEW YORK JACKSONVILLE, FLA. 

Sail, Steamer and Rail Shipments. Dimension 

Sizes and Finished Stock. Communicate With Us 

Handling the cut of several mills in the South we are in a position to 
promptly take care of all business contracted for by us. If you have 
anything to sell, we are interested. If you want to buy lumber, call on or 
write our sales offices in New York or Philadelphia. 

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H. L. GRAY 



RALEIGH, FLORIDA 



MANUFACTURER OF 



LONG LEAF 



Yellow Pine 
Lumber 



SHINGLES AND LATHS 



LARGE SIZES A SPECIALTY 

TELEGRAPH OFFICE, GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA 



J. L. GREER 



GREER, FLORIDA 



MANUFACTURER OF ALL 
KINDS OF 



ROUGH AND DRESSED 



Yellow Pine 
Lumber 



MOULDINGS 



TELEGRAPH OFFICE. DADE CITY, FLORIDA 

EXPRESS OFFICE, ZEPHYRHILLS, FLORIDA 

I USE SOUTHARD'S CODE 



419 



Lumber, Cross Ties, Shingles, Laths 



N. B. BORDEN & COMPANY 

GEXERAL EXPORTERS OF 

CYPRESS SHINGLES, WHITE-OAK STAVES, ORANGE BOX SHOOKS, VEGETABLE CRATES, 
CYPRESS DOORS, BLINDS AND MOULDINGS, AND ALL PRODUCTS OF THE SOUTH 

Pitch Pine and Cypress Lumber, Cross 
Ties and Creosoted Stock of all Kinds 

SHIP BROKERS AND STEAMSHIP AGENTS 

FERNANDINA, FLORIDA 

SHIPPING PORTS 

Fcrnandina. Florida, U. S. A. - - - - Tampa, Florida, U. S. A. 

Jacksonville, Florida, V. S. A. - - - - Brunswick, Georgia, V. S. A. 

St. Marys, Florida, U. S. A. - - - - Savannah, Georgia, U. S. A. 

AND THE GULF PORTS 

CABLE ADDRESS: BORDEN, FERNANDINA. WESTERN UNION, WATKIN'S CODE AND 

APPENDIX, A. B. C. (Fourth and Fifth Edition), LIEBERS, NEW ZEBRA, 

SOUTHARDS AND PRIVATE CODES USED 

CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED 



J. W. ALDERMAN 

MANUFACTURER OF 

YELLOW PINE LUMBER 

ROUGH AND DRESSED 

SHINGLE AND LATHS 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE 

TARPON SPRINGS ... - FLORIDA 

420 



Lumber, Shingles, R. R. Timber and Ties 



LUMBER 

PINE AND CYPRESS 

Rough and Dressed Shingles, 
Lath and Staves 

EAST COAST LUMBER CO. 

Watertovvn, :: :: :: Florida 



All agreements are contingent upon strike?, accidents, delays or carriers, and other delays unavoidable or beyond our control 



J. F. DARBY, President, Secretary and Treasurer, Vidalia, Ga. 



J. F. DARBY LUMBER CO. 

VIDALIA, GA. 



Rough and Dressed Lumber 
Railroad Timbers a Specialty 



Offices: Vidalia, Ga., and Jacksonville, Fla. 



421 



Lumber, Ceiling, Siding, Moulding, Etc. 



F. R. Knight J. S. Knight . S. T. Sawyer 

THE KNIGHT LUMBER COMPANY 

CORNER SOUTH AND PINE STREETS 
TELEPHONE, 343 



Bradentown : : Florida 

DEALERS IN 

BUILDING MATERIAL 
Framing, Ceiling, Siding, Flooring and Builders' Supplies 



M. G. Rushton 



DEALER IN 



Lumber and Building Material 



Planing Mill and Novelty Works, All Located at 

MANATEE :: :: :: FLORIDA 



THE E. E. CAIN COMPANY 



E. E. CAIN, President PHONE, 3431 



JACKSONVILLE :: FLORIDA 



Manufacturers of all kinds of Wood Finish Mouldings, Window and Door 
Frames, Turned and Scroll Work. Store and Office Fixtures a Specialty 



422 



Lumber, Columns, Ceiling, Siding, Moulding, Etc. 









RHYNE BROTHERS 
LUMBER CO. 

CARTERSVILLE, GEORGIA 








Lumber 


Ceiling, Flooring, Sash, Doors and 
Mill Work 

Dimension Stock a Specialty 




CECIL RHYNE, 

Presiden t 


HARDY RHYNE, 

Manager and Treasurer 




F. J. Cramton.Prop. T. L. Bear, Mgr. 

Cramton Lumber Co. 

MONTGOMERY, ALA. 



BUILDING MATERIAL 

Shingles, Mantles, Blinds, 
Doors, Sash, Lath, 

Hardware, Plaster, Cement, 
Brick, Paint, Lime. 



EVERYTHING FROM 
FOUNDATION TO ROOF 



Not-a-Crack Columns 

Will Not Warp, Split or Crack 

Made Under the Patent Rights of Nature 

LIGHT, DURABLE, STRONG 

Accurate in Design, Carefully Finished 
and Ornamental. 

No Glued Joints, No Puttied 
Cracks or Nail Head Holes 

Are turned from Green Bay Poplar loss 
straight and clear, free of knots. Perfect 
outside surface for paint. Automatic lathes 
are used which assure uniformity of size and 
accuracy of finish. 

NOT-A-CRACK COLUMNS 

After being turned are bored through by 
machines built for that special purpose, leav- 
ing eight-inch columns around four and a 
half-inch holes and the other sizes are done 
proportionately. The holes are as long as 
the columns and wide open all the way. 
tiood ventilation makes llghtahafts, prevents 
decay. 

NOT-A-CRACK COLUMNS 

Are architecturally correct and meet the 
requirements of the most discriminating. 

NOT-A-CRACK COLUMNS 

FOR GOOD HOMES. 

THE COLUMNS OF INTEGRITY 

NOT-A-CRACK CAPS AND BASES 
of High Grade Cypress do not Rot 

Once Used, Nothing Else Will be 
A ccepted 

Clarendon Column 
Company 

WILMINGTON, N. C. 




CORDELE 

Sash, Door & Lumber 
Company 

CORDELE, GEORGIA 



Lumber, Sash, Doors, Blinds, 
Mouldings and Trim 



Specializing on Center Bored Cotton 
Mill Columns 



423 



Lumber and Building Material 



E. S. SPENCER S. A. MARSHALL L. E. SPENCER 

President Vice-President Secretary 



MARSHALL & SPENCER CO. 

BUILDING MATERIALS 

BRICK, LIME, CEMENT, PLASTER, PLASTER PARIS, 

HAIR, MORTAR, STAINS, METAL LATH, METAL 

SHINGLES, OTHER ROOFINGS, ETC. 

^{SSisL. JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA 

M. J. ROESS G. T. BAILEY, Jr. 

President V. P. & Gen. Mgr. 

St. Petersburg Novelty Works 

ESTABLISHED 1897 INCORPORATED 1911 

Everything that Goes Into the Construction of a Building 



WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN' 



LUMBER of A11 Kinds > Rough and Dressed 

Most Complete Planing Mill and Woodworking Plant on the West Coast of Florida 

BRICK SASH AND DOORS DTTTT T^CDO' ROOFING TIN PRODUCTS 

I I Ml MANTELS t> U ILUeKO TILING TANKS 

CEMENT FURNITURE UADHWADC SLATE PAINTS 

PLASTER GLASS H AK L) W A KH IRON BEAVER BOARD 

We furnish the BUILDING MATERIAL for the home COMPLETE, from cellar to roof 

Mills, Warehouses, Yards and Shed Occupy Two City Blocks 

at ST. PETERSBURG, FLORIDA Sunshine City 

"Where Alt the Time is Summer and Flowers Never Die." 



424 



Lumber, Poles, Cross Arms, Pins, Building Material, Etc. 




OUR FACILITIES ARE SUCH AS TO AFFORD QUICKEST POSSIBLE SHIPMENTS 

C. M. JONES & CO. 

SARASOTA, FLORIDA 

DEALERS IN 

BUILDING MATERIAL 



Rough and Dressed Lumber, Windows, Doors, 
Shingles, Laths, etc. 



A. J. McKINNON 

MAXTON, N. C. 



President of the ALMA LUMBER CO., Manufacturers of all kinds of 
, Dimension and Dressed Lumber. 



Vice-President of TOWN CREEK R.R. & LUMBER CO., Manufacturers 
of all kinds of Dressed Lumber, Cypress Shingles, etc. 



Vice-President and Treasurer of SOUTHERN EXCHANGE, Dealers in 

Cedar Octagon and Square Poles, Cross Arms, Pins, and all 

kinds of Trolley and Telegraph Materials. 



Will always be glad to quote on any of the above materials. 



Several million feet of very attractive hardwood standing timber. 



425 



Lumber and Veneer 




E. A. THOMAS, President A. C. STARB1RD, Vice-Pres. and Mgr. E. R STARBIRD, Sec. and Treas. 



Consumers Lumber and Veneer Company 



INCORPORATED 



APOPKA, FLORIDA 



MANUFACTURERS OF ALL KINDS OF 

CRATES and BOXES 

AND THE BEST 



PLANT LOCATED AT JUNCTION OF SEABOARD AIR LINE 
RAILWAY AND ATLANTIC COAST LINE 



426 



Lumber 



We Buy and Sell 

Short Leaf and 
Long Leaf Lumber 



Oak, Chestnut and Yellow 
. . Pine Railroad Ties . . 

Juniper, Chestnut and Yel- 
. . . low Pine Poles . . . 

Dressed Lumber of All Kinds 



Write us for prices if you have any 
lumber to sell 



G. 5. BRIGGS & CO. 

(Incorporated) 

Citizens Bank Building 

NORFOLK, VIRGINIA 



427 



Architects, Lumber, Etc. 




FLORIDA COUNTRY CLUB 

JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA 

MELLEN C. GREELEY, Architect 
JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA 



ST. LUKE'S HOSPITAL 

JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA 

Edward F. Stevens Mellen C. Greeley 
Associate Architects 



J. R. HUGHES 



MANUFACTURER OF 



YELLOW PINE and CYPRESS LUMBER 



Pine and Cypress Shingles, Laths, Etc. 



Mills Located at Covington, Florida 



Daily Capacity 25,000 Feet per Day 



MONTICELLO 



FLORIDA 




Kingsdale Lumber 
Corporation 

KILN-DRIED DRESSED 

NORTH CAROLINA PINE 

Plant at Lumberton, N. C. 



E. L. HOI.LOWAY GUION LEE 

Gen. Mpr. Asst. Treas. 



RICHMOND. VA. 



F. SITTER l)IXC 

Pre*. 



W. R. STORRS 
Sec.-Trcas. 



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Builders' Supplies and Lumber 




J. A. AMBROSE 

LAWRENCEVILLE, GA. 



DEALER IN BUILDERS' SUPPLIES 

Paints, Roofing, Doors, Windows, Mouldings, 
Window and Door Frames, Mantels. 
Planing Mill. Everything to Build With. 



TARPON LUMBER COMPANY 

TARPON SPRINGS, FLORIDA 

J. K. CHEYNEY, Prop. W. M. MOSELEY, Mgr. 

MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS 

Long Leaf, Yellow Pine 

LUMBER 

CYPRESS AND CEDAR SHINGLES 
CYPRESS AND PINE LATH 
MOLDINGS AND MILL WORK 

Railroad Timbers and Dimension Stock 

Length, Breadth and Quality Our Specialty 



429 



Lumber, Ceiling, Siding, Moulding, Sash, Etc. 



GRESS MANUFACTURING COMPANY 

Yellow Pine Railroad Lumber 
and Hewn Ties 



DAILY SHIPMENTS, 300,000 FEET 



SHIP AND YARD STOCK 



JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA 

Branch: HATTIESBURG, MISS. Sales Office: NEW YORK, 18 Broadway 



CHILD BROS. BUILDING & LUMBER CO. 

Tallahassee, Florida 

Dealers in Dressed and Rough Lumber, Laths, Shingles, Brick, Lime, Cement, Moulding, Balusters 
and Brackets. Turning and Scroll Sawing of Every Kind. Standard Lime Cement and Brick. 



CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS 



MILL WORK OF ALL KINDS 






PHOENIX PLANING MILL 

Factory and Office, 321 Highland Ave. :: ATLANTA, GEORGIA 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

SASH, DOORS AND BLINDS 

Wholesale and Retail Dealers In all kinds of Building Material, 

Lumber, Laths, Shingles, Etc. 

Texas Cement Plaster Vulcanite Roofing 



43" 



Lumber, Ceiling, Siding, Moulding, Sash, Etc. 



MISTER PURCHASING AGENT 

Don't get worried when you need Lumber or Cross Ties cut from 
the original Long Leaf Georgia Yellow Pine, or Piling or Poles 
from unequalled Georgia Cypress or Pine. 

It is the Easiest Thing You Know 

Just mail your inquiries to us and by return mail we will advise 

you prices, etc. 
We have been in the business for 15 years and we have no failure 

chalked up against us. Our pride is that we always fill our orders 

promptly and exactly. 
We can make you better prices and quicker delivery than any other 

firm in Georgia because we are in the heart of the Timber belt. 

Put us on your mailing list and let us bear your burdens; we will 

be glad to do so and give you the benefit of economy in buying. 

D. P. ADAMS AND COMPANY 

Manufacturers and Brokers 

Long Leaf Yellow Pine Lumber and Cross Ties 
FITZGERALD, GEORGIA 



Builders Mfg. Co. 



INCORPORATED 



Manufacturers of 



All Kinds of Mill Work 

SASH, DOORS AND BLINDS 
CEILING, SIDING AND MOULDING 

Long Distance Telephone 134~J 
West C Ce A ntral Street MAXTON, N. C. 



W. H. WEBSTER, President 



Use Southard's Code 



I. C. TRIPLETT. Secy.-Treas. 



Richland Lumber Company 



INCORPORATED 



Manufacturers and Wholesalers 

LUMBER, SHINGLES AND LATH 

REALTY BUILDING CHARLOTTE, N. C. 



CHERAW 

SASH, DOOR & 

LUMBER CO. 

Manufacturers of 

MILL WORK 

AND DEALERS IN 

BUILDING SUPPLIES 
AND LUMBER 

CHERAW, S. C. 



C. C. Cambridge. 



P. G. Judkins 



Savannah 
Planing Mill Co. 

LUMBER 
SHINGLES 

LATHS 

MOULDING 

FANCY SCROLL SAWING 

TELEPHONE 38 

LIBERTY AND WHEATON STREETS 
SAVANNAH, GA. 



43 1 



Lumber. Building Supplies, Contractors 




QUIGLEY LUMBER & SUPPLY CO. Rou * h and Dressed Lumber. Ceiling, Siding. Flooring. Mould- 

^ jng. .^ash. Doors, Blinds, shingles. Laths. Brick. Lime. Cement. 

BUILDING SUPPLIES CONTRACTORS & BUILDERS Plaster. Builders' Hardware, Paints, Oils. Mantels, Tiling. Grates 

c-TAr.fr- rinnini Quotations on Application 

bl ARK.L, hLOKIDA Always in the Market for Good Lumber 



THE DUVAL PLANING MILL CO. 

INTERIOR AND EXTERIOR TRIM 



C. G. BUCCI, Manager. 

7TH ST. AND RAILROAD AVE. :-: :-: :-: 

JACKSONVILLE, FLA. 



TELEPHONE 1749 



Door Frames, Window Frames, Columns, Brackets, Balusters, Stair Work, Grills, 
Bank, Store and Office Fixtures, Flooring, Ceiling and Siding 



W. W. MOTZ 




CONTRACTOR AND BUIDER 


LINCOLNTON, N. C. 


MANUFACTURER OF 




Furniture, Doors, Sash, Blinds, Brick and 


Building Material 


DEALEPv IN 




Plastering Hair, Plaster Paris, Cement and Lime 


Prompt Shipments 


In the Market for the Lumber 



A. M. DAVIS. President H. H. DAVIS. Second Vice-Pres. 

WM. C. DAVIS, Vlee-Pres. \V. CLYDE DAVIS, Sec. and Treas. 

D AVIS L UMBER C OMPANY 

INCORPORATED, 

ORANGE HEIGHTS, FLA. 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

LUMBER, YELLOW PINE LUMBER 
AND CROSS-TIES 

Correspondence Solicited Prompt Shipments 

Telegraph via Waldo 



Mclaughlin bros. 

ZEPHYRHILLS, FLA. 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

Long Leaf Yellow Pine, 

Rough and Dressed 

Timbers 

Framing and General Yard Supplies 



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Lumber, Building Material, Etc. 



Home Builders' 
Supply Co. 



CAMDEN, S. C. 



Manufacturers of and Dealers in 



General Builders' Supplies 
HESTER C& MILLIKIN 



CLARKTON, NORTH CAROLINA 



Manufacturers of 



N. C. LONG LEAF PINE 

LUMBER 

MULBERRY LUMBER 
'ca, SUPPLY CO. 

MULBERRY, FLORIDA 
Dealers in 

ROUGH AND DRESSED LUMBER 
SASH, DOORS AND ROOFING 



ALWAYS IN THE MARKET 
FOR GOOD LUMBER 




THE CHESTER MACHINE & LUMBER CO. 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

SASH, DOORS, BLINDS AND BUILDING MATERIAL 

Lime, Cement, Brick, Shingles. Flooring, Ceiling, Rough and Dressed 

Lumber Always on Hand. Red Heart Cedar Shingles 

CHESTER, :: :: SOUTH CAROLINA 



iidSS^E 


4* 


I 


■ ~ r ~- — !T". - - - 


:£~~--i:l" . .— ^.^ ,..,. 



HIGHTOWER PLANING MILLS 

CEDARTOWN, GEORGIA 

Manufacturers of 

J Long Leaf Yellow Pine Lumber- 
Flooring, Ceiling, Shingles, Doors, Sash, Etc. 

And Dealers in all other kinds of BUILDING MATERIAL 



LIMESTONE 
FLORIDA 



R. R. PETREY 

Manufacturers of 

CEILING, SIDING, FLOORING, FRAMING, 

MOULDING, DOOR FRAMES, WINDOW 

FRAMES AND ALL OTHER NOVELTIES 

BRICK, LIME, CEMENT, ETC. 



ALWAYS IN THE MARKET 

FOR GOOD LUMBER AND 

OTHER BUILDING 

MATERIAL 



WINDER LUMBER CO. 

WINDER, GEORGIA 

Manufacturers and Dealers 

SASH, DOORS, BLINDS AND GENERAL 

LINE BUILDING MATERIAL, BRICK 

LIME, CEMENT, WALL PLASTER 

AND BUILDERS' HARDWARE 

Contractors and Builders 



W. B. Thorpe, Pres. and Treas. 



Telephone 789 



W. B. THORPE C& CO. 

(INCORPORATED) 

WILMINGTON, NORTH CAROLINA 

Office, Foot of Ann Street 
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IX 

Coal, Shingles, Lime, Cement 
Plaster, Etc. 

FIRE BRICK AND FIRE CLAY 
RUBBER ROOFING 



433 



Lumber, Building Material, Contractors 



GEO. R. FOSTER 

212 Dyal-Upchurch Building 
JACKSONVILLE - - FLORIDA 

Building Material 



Lehigh Portland Cement, Granite Cement Plaster, 
Keene's Cement, Ivory Wood Fiber Plaster Lime, 
Hair, Fire Brick and Clay. 

Rockmart Lumber Co. 

ROCKMART - - - GEORGIA 



Manufacturers of 

LUMBER 

AND 

Dealers in all kinds of 

Building Material 

Porterfield & Price 

P. O. Rural, Fla., Shipping Point, T. N. R.R. 



Manufacturers of 

Long Leaf Yellow Pine 

We Make a Specialty of Car Material 
and Bridge Timbers 



N. H. DRIGGERS, President E. 0. FALLAW, Treasurer 

E. L. ALLISOX, Secretary and Manager 

Fallaw & Allison Co., inc. 

Successors to N. H, Drig£ers 

729 Lady Street - - COLUMBIA, S. C. 

Telephone 185 

Dealers in 

BUILDING MATERIAL 

And Manufacturers of 

INTERIOR FINISH 

Phillips-Mahoney Co. 

(INCORPORATED) 

PORTSMOUTH, VIRGINIA 

Manufacturers of 

Rough and Dressed Lumber 

Frames, Mantels, Mouldings, 

Turned Work, and 

Store Fixtures 

Meiklejohn Lumber Co. 

CHERAW, S. C. 

MANUFACTURERS AND WHOLESALERS 

NORTH CAROLINA PINE 
POPLAR RED GUM 
OAK CYPRESS 

QUICK SHIPMENTS 



Florida Sand and Shell Company 



(INCORPORATED) 



OFFICE AND YARDS 
Hemdry and Knight Terminals 

TAMPA, FLORIDA 



North of S. S. Ship Docks 

Telephone 549 



Dredging and Towing. Hard Rock, Sea Shell, Bay View, Lake Weir, 

Alapia and Bay Shore Sand. 

SHELL ROAD CONTRACTING A SPECIALTY 



434 



Lumber, Building Material, Contractors 



M. L. MALPHURS 

Ma nufacturer of 

YELLOW PINE LUMBER 

Correspondence solicited. 
In the Market for Good Yellow Pine Timber 

LA CROSSE :: FLORIDA 



HKNHY CRAIG, Manager FLOYD CRAIG, Secretary 

HIGHLAND PARK LUMBER CO. 

Manufacturers of Mouldings, Casing and Base, Door 
and Window Frames, .Screen Doors and Windows, Cab- 
inet Mantels, Turned Work and Finish a Specialty. 

Phone 1676 

Nos. 8, 9 and 10 Cherry St. MONTGOMERY, ALA. 



REGAL MANUFACTURING COMPANY 

BUILDING MATERIAL, LUMBER, SASH DOORS, 
MOULDING, CEILING, DOOR FRAMES, ETC. 

J. E. McFARLAND, General Manager FOREST CITY, NORTH CAROLINA 



HAYES MANUFACTURING CO. 



MANUFACTURERS OF 



LONG LEAF YELLOW PINE 
LUMBER 

CYLINDER SAWED BARREL STAVES 
HEADING 



Shipping Point, AYER'S CROSSING, T. N. R. R. 



RURAL Hernando County FLORIDA 

S. F. BRENGLE 

Building Mover 



Orders From Any Part of the State Given 
Prompt Attention 

Contractor for Handling Heavy Machinery, 
Smokestacks, Etc. 



1105 Franklin St. phone uss TAMPA, FLA. 

W. L. LEE 

Contractor, Builder and General 
Job Work 

526 Bowen Street Phone 1890 L SAVANNAH, GA. 

J. W. LEWIS & CO. 

Dealers in 

ROUGH AND DRESSED LUMBER. 
SHINGLES, MOULDING, ETC. 

Anything in Our Line Made to Order 
Office, Yard and Shop 

Cor. Brevard and Third Streets 
Phone 263 CHARLOTTE, N. C. 




.1. L. MEDLIN, President E. D. WYNN, General Manager 

GAINESVILLE PLANING and COFFIN CO. 

Gainesville. Florida 




MANUFACTURERS OF 

FLOORING, CEILING, SIDING, FINISH, MOULDING 

Daily Capacity 25,000 Feet 

W. D. FRISBIE & CO. 

General Building 
Contractors 



Room 4, Petteway Building 



TAMPA 



Phone 2427 



FLORIDA 



BYNUM & SNIPER 

Manufacturers of Rough and Dressed 

PINE and OAK LUMBER 

CROSS-TIES A SPECIALTY 
OSGOOD :: NORTH CAROLINA 



ATLANTIC LOG & EXPORT CO. 

BUYERS OF 



LOGS 



SAVANNAH 

435 



GEORGIA 



Lumber, Brick, Contractors, Architects, Building Material 



F. GRAHAM WILLIAMS A n y k i n d 

Bell Phone, Ivy 1733 BRICK 

Candler BuildinU ATLANTA. GEORGIA A X Y PRICE 




J. R. ROBINSON, President T. E. PHILLIPPS, Vice-President 
R. W. GILES, General Manager 

ROBINSON & PHILLIPPS 

MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IX 

Rough and Dressed 
Lumber 

LATH, SHINGLES, MOULDINGS AND MILL WORK 
LIME AXD BRICK 

Phone 890 P. O. Box 485 

Office and Yards: North Willow and Grand Central Aves. 

TAMPA, FLORIDA 



T. W. RAMSEY 

Rough and Dressed Pine and Cyprus Lumber 

SHINGLES, LATHS AND BUILDING MATERIAL 



Yards and Novelty Works: Sixth Avenue, 17th and 18th Streets 
Telephone 826 TAMPA, FLORIDA 




Jno. W. Shiver 

Building Material 

Rough and Dressed 
Lumber 

Manufacturer of Sash 
Doors, Blinds, Col- 
umns, Brackets, Spin- 
dles and all kinds of 
Mill Work. 

Dealer in Paints, Oils, 
Varnishes, Brick, 
Lime, Cement, Plaster, 
Hair, Builders' Hard- 
ware, Cabinet Man- 
tles, Grates and Tiling. 

Telephone Connection. 

Planing Mill and Ware- 
house: S. A. L. Ry. 
and Church Street. 

Americus :: Georgia 



C. W. JOHNS 

MANUFACTURER OF 

YELLOW PINE AND HARDWOOD 

Lumber 



HURTSBORO 



ALABAMA 



E. L. PROPST, President and Treasurer 



J. Y. PROPST, Vice-President 



T. L. TALBERT. Secretary 



PROPST CONTRACTING COMPANY 

INCORPORATED 

General Contractors 

RAILROADS, STREETS, COUNTY ROADS, CONSTRUCTION OF ALL KINDS 

SOLICITED 



Contractors for S. A. L. Ry, Yards at Monroe 
Valuable Railroad Sites for Manufacturing Purposes 



Charlotte, North Carolina 



436 



Lumber, Brick, Contractors, Architects, Building Material 



JAY & CO. 

209 ZACK STREET 

Phone 1010 

TAMPA, FLORIDA 

Builders' Specialties 



I. D 



NORTHWESTERN TERRA COTTA 
P. DAMP PROOFING PRODUCTS 



KAWXE ER STORE FRONTS 
CLINTON ART GLASS 



VENETIAN BLINDS 



CORK FLOORING AND RUBBER TILING 



ELECTRIC SIGNS 



AMERICAN LUXFER PRISMS 



GIBSON GAS AND ELECTRIC FIXTURES 



FIREPROOF WINDOWS AND DOORS 



COVERT FIREPLACE THROATS 



ANDREWS OPERA CHAIRS, BANK AND OFFICE 
FURNITURE 



METAL COLUMNS AND LOCK JOINT WOOD 
COLUMNS 



IRON, WIRE, BRASS AND BRONZE WORK 



ROOFING TILE. FLOOR TILE AND NATCO 
HOLLOW TILE BLOCKS 



SCHOEDINGER LOCK JOINT METAL CEILING 



PLASTIC RELIEF AND COMPO 



METAL AND WOOD FRAME DOOR AND 
WINDOW SCREENS 



I. W. PHILLIPS 



R. W. TRICE 



I.W. Phillips & Co. 

BUILDING 
MATERIAL 



Brick, Lime, Cement, 

Plaster, Crate Material 

and Fruit Wrapping Paper 

Prompt shipments a specialty 

Tampa, ... Fla. 



Boykin 

Contracting Co. 

—WE BUILT THE— 

Burbridge Hotel 

Winded Hotel 

Covington Building 

Hutchinson Shoe Co. Building 

S. B. Hubbard & Co. Buildings 

Bisbee Building 

Remodelled Barnett National 
Bank 

and many of Jacksonville's finest 
residences 

L. M. BOYKIN, President 

Jacksonville, Florida 







V. EARL MARK WLEEROY SHEFTALL 
ARCHITECTS 

Jacksonville, Florida 
Suite 210 Clark Building 











437 



Lumber, Brick, Contractors, Architects, Building Material 



c. 


F. H. 


Dwell & Co. 


, Inc. 




LUMBER- 


-BRICK- 


SLATE 


Lath 


Long and Short Leaf 


Rough and Dressed Shingles 


Flint Arrow 


Slate 


Ha 


rdwood Flooring 




Reference: 

American National Bank 

Wilmington, N. C 




WILMINGTON, N 


. c. 




fiiillli 



Queen City Granite and 
Marble Works 

Cut Stone for Buildings 

In Granite Marble and Limestone 

CHARLOTTE, N. C. 



" IF IT'S A BRICK, I HAVE IT " 



A. C. CONYERS 



BRICK 



Representing the following Brick Manufacturers in the State of Florida 



FISKE & CO. 

B. MIFFLIN HOOD BRICK CO. 

GEORGIA-CAROLINA BRICK CO. 

and several 



GEORGIA RED BRICK CO. 
HALL BRICK CO. 
BICKERSTAFF BRICK CO. 



oth 



ers 



418 Duval Building 
JACKSONVILLE - - - FLORIDA 



438 



Lumber, Brick, Roofing Contractors, Building Material 




JOHN H. MILLER, Scc-Treas 



H. L. BETHEL, Manager 



TAMPA ROOFING COMPANY 

Manufacturers of 

CORNICE, SKYLIGHTS AND GALVANIZED SHINGLES 

Dealers in 
Till, Tile, Slate and Gravel Roofing, Embossed Steel Ceiling 

Shopwork and Jobbing a Specialty, also Healing and Ventilating 



1002 Tampa St., cor. Tyler 

PHONE 160 



TAMPA, FLA. 



Guignard Brick Works 

COLUMBIA, SO. CAROLINA 



MANUFACTURERS OF 



BUILDING BRICK 



GEORGE 0. BERRY 



HIGH GRADE 

Building: and 
Press Brick 



Special Shapes Made to Order COLUMBUS, GEORGIA 



R. L. GOODE 
General Contractor & Builder 

CHARLOTTE, NORTH CAROLINA 




CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED Telephone No. 22 



DAVID LOCKHART, Proprietor R. H. LOCKHART. Manage 



Orlando Novelty Works and Lumber Yard :: °ruowJSS° 

^3Ch Rnnrc Dlinrlc Rough and Dressed Lumber, Pickets, Shingles* Laths, Mouldings, Mantels, Turning and Scroll Work, Stair Rails, 
OdSH, UUUId, DllllUi, N ewe n Posts, Balusters, Office, Store and Church Furniture, Store Fronts to Order, Stair Building a Specialty 

439 



Crushed Granite. Broken Granite and Building Material 





* 


1 f 


S9^k5 


Hjm^B,— _i.__^B»* . • 


■&£ < -, „_ T •- 


^Ljgfte- ---"• 




.„v.;iZr^^^f^8^HBj 


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Weston & Brooker Quarry 

Company 

Offices, 1303 and 1304 Palmetto Building 

COLUMBIA, S. C. 
QUARRIES: CAYCE, S. C. 



CRUSHED AND 
BROKEN GRANITE 



TELEPHONES: 
Office, 683; Quarry, 1710 



Capacity of Crushing Plant 
1000 Tons Daily 



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Granite 



- 








Broad River Granite Corporation 




SOLE PRODUCERS OF 

TRADE MARK 

DARK "QGLESBY" LIGHT 

REGISTERED IN U. S. PATENT OFFICE 

Blue Granite 

IN THE ROUGH 


Particular attention is called to the fact that this is a "STANDARD 
MONUMENTAL" granite and we are the only quarries in the United 
States who can furnish it to the trade. 

Our facilities are adequate for handling large sizes, i. c, to the limit of 
railroad transportation. 


Gold Medal Awarded at Quarries 

St. Louis World's Fair Elbert County , Ga. 


ATLANTA .... GEORGIA 









441 



General Contractor and Builder 




E. W. PARKER 

General Contractor and Builder 



BRICK BUILDINGS, CONCRETE FOUNDATIONS AND HEAVY WORK 

A SPECIALTY. RAILROAD STATIONS, RAILROAD BRIDGES, 

DOCKS, WAREHOUSES, REINFORCED CONCRETE, 

STEEL STRUCTURES, ETC. 



CURRY BUILDING 



TAMPA, FLORIDA 









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442 



General Contractors 



W. T. HADLOW & CO. 

GENERAL CONTRACTORS 

510 WEST BUILDING 

JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA 



Seaboard Air Line No. 1 Warehouse - - Jacksonville, Fla. 

Seaboard Air Line Forwarding Warehouse - Jacksonville, Fla. 

Seaboard Air Line Receiving Warehouse ----- Jacksonville, Fla. 

Seaboard Air Line Shops ------- Jacksonville, Fla. 

Seaboard Air Line 3 Maxwell Docks ----- Jacksonville, Fla. 

M. & M. T. Co. Docks ------- Jacksonville, Fla. 

Eppinger & Russell Docks ------- Jacksonville, Fla. 

Eppinger & Russell Creosoting Plant ----- Jacksonville, Fla. 

Municipal Power Station _-__.__ Jacksonville, Fla. 

St. Luke's Hospital Buildings ------ Jacksonville, Fla. 

Bisbee Building --------- Jacksonville, Fla. 

Clarendon Hotel -------- Seabreeze, Fla. 

State Schools ---------- Tallahassee, Fla. 

State Schools --------- Gainesville, Fla. 

State Schools ---------- Lake City, Fla. 

Post Office ---------- Greenwood, S. C. 

Southern Bell Telephone Building ------ Atlanta, Ga. 

Southern Bank & Trust Co.'s Building - Wilmington, N. C. 

First National Bank --------- Hattiesburg, Miss. 

State Bank ---------- Dawson, Ga. 

Citizens Bank -_-----._ Albany, Ga. 

Exchange Bank -------- Albany, Ga. 

Court House ------- -- Albany, Ga. 

Carnegie Library ------ - Albany, Ga. 

Carnegie Library --------- Columbus, Ga. 

Seaboard Air Line Freight Station - - Cordele, Ga. 

First National Bank -------- Florala, Ala. 



443 



Lumber, Drain Tile, Stone, Contractors, Building Material 



C. W. REQUARTH 
President 

J. W. HAAS 
Vice-President 



C . M . SCOTT 
Secretary 

.1. A UMBERGER 
Mgr. and Treas. 



Charlotte Quarry 
Company 



INCORPORATED 



CHARLOTTE, N. C. 



Drain Tile, Curbing, Re- 
Enforced Poles and Piles 
Columns, Sills, Lintels, 
Ornamental Stone, &c. :: 



OFFICE: No. 5 EAST PARK AVENUE 
PHONE No. 453 



R. C. McMANUS C. W. SHUMAN 

President Vice-President 

S. L. McMANUS 
Sec.-Treas. and Gen. Mgr. 

Piedmont 

Lumber Manufacturing 

Company (Inc.) 

CHARLOTTE, N. C. 

MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN 

All Kinds of Building 
Material, Both Interior 
and Exterior :: :: :: 



Office, Yard and Shop 
CORNER COLLEGE and STONEWALL STS. 

PHONE No. 230 



J. E. BATES 



J. L. HUDNALL 



BATES & HUDNALL 

Contractors and Builders 

ROOM 2, GOULD BUILDING 

Phone 1819 TAMPA, FLA. 



Correspondence Solicited 



Estimates Furnished on Application 



REFERENCES 

AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK JETTON LUMBER CO. 



KNIGHT & WALL CO. 



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Lumber, Brick, Lime, Cement, Contractors, Building Material 




A. ('. Davis, Pros. ('. (;. Hume, Scry. Leon II- Hattcmcr, Treats. 

Montgomery Lime & Cement Co. 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL 

BUILDING MATERIAL 

Lime, Cement, Plaster, Brick, Roofing, 
Metal Lath, Shingles, Wall Board, Paint 

234-236 Commerce St. - Montgomery, Ala. 



H. s. in intii ■:, 

.1. H. BARLOW, 
J. It. BAKI.OW. 



President 

Vice-President 

Secretary-Treasurer 



THE 

HEBBLE-BARLOW 

CO., Inc. 

Successors to J. H. Hebble & Son 

ESTABLISHED 1S90 



Lumber Manufacturers 

and 

Coal Dealers 



Manufacturers 

Oak and Hickory 
Wagon and Carriage Rims 

PIEDMONT 



ALA. 



WHEN YOU BUILD USE BRICK 



CAMPVILLE 

BRICK COMPANY 

J. A. MAULTSBY 



Face, Building 
and Fire Brick 



Brick shipped to any point in the State of Florida 

Correspondence Solicited 
Write for Prices 

CAMPVILLE, FLORIDA 




Union Passenger Depot, Maxton, X. C, built by C. V. York 



C. V. YORK 

General Contractor 

OFFICE: TUCKER BUILDING 

RALEIGH - NORTH CAROLINA 



Have constructed following additional depots: Abbeville, 
Monroe, Greenwood, Statham. 



445 



Brick, Lime, Cement, Pipe, Etc. 



W. R. FULLER 

TAMPA, FLORIDA 



BUILDING MATERIAL 

Atlas Portland Cement, Blue Seal Rock Wall 
Plaster, Cherokee Hard Wall Cement Plaster. 

Fire Brick, Fire Clay, Plaster Paris Lime, 

Waterproofing, Lath, Orange Wraps. Cement 

Coated Nails. 

RESIDENT AGENT FOR E. N. JELKS, 

OF 

MACON, GEORGIA 

MANUFACTURER OF 

SELECT STRETCHERS, FACE BRICK, COMMON BRICK, 

VITRIFIED SEWER PIPE AND ALL KINDS OF 

BUILDING BRICK 

COMPLETE STOCK CARRIED IN YARDS AT TAMPA 



TAMPA 



FLORIDA 



446 



Brick 











Charlotte Brick Company 

S. S. McNINCH, President and Treasurer 

Charlotte :: North Carolina 




Fire Brick, Front Brick, Enamel Brick 
Architectural Terra-Cotta 


Common Building Brick, 100,000 per Day 









CHAS. T. FRIEND 



TELEPHONE 294 



JOS. GATTMAN 



FRIEND & GATTMAN 



Contractors in 

BRICK WORK, 

PLASTERING 

CONCRETE 

and 

CEMENT WORK 



Office: Rooms 201 and 203 Curry Building 

FRANKLIN STREET - - TAMPA, FLA. 




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General Contractors 




1 — Harrington Hall Hotel, Ocala, Fi 
3 — Tifton, Ga., Court House. 



4 — Hernando County Court House 
Brooksyille, Fla. 



2 — Ocala National Bank, Ocala, Fla. 

5 — U. S. Post Office, Troy, Ala 



The above buildings are a few of our recently completed contracts. 



J. F. JENKINS 



G. K. WILLIAMS 



E. M. WILLIAMS 



J. F. JENKINS & CO 

HOME OFFICE 

OCALA, FLORIDA 



General Building Contractors 



The Very Best of Everything 
in Building Construction 



44s 



Brick, Mantels, Etc. 



SHALE 
FACE BRICK 

Impervious and Artistic 



SHIPPED 

THROUGHOUT 

THE SOUTH 



ASK FOR SAMPLES 
ALSO FLOOR TILE 

B. Mifflin Hood Brick Co. 

ATLANTA, GA. 



Chapman & Clark 

Crushed Stone 
River Sand 

Brick 

Cement and 

General Drayage 

PHONES 450-2267 

SAVANNAH, GA. 



Tampa 
Mantel & Tile Co, 

P. B. STUART, Manager 

406 Zack Street 

TAMPA, FLA. 




MANTELS 

Plain Oak, Quartered Oak, White 

Enamel, Mahogany and All 

Kinds of Finishes. 



Grates, Andirons and Everything 
Pertaining to this Line. 



Contractors for All Kinds of 
FLOOR AND WALL TILING 



Faience Tile Mantels a Specialty 
Phone 972. 



449 



General Contractors 



BURWELL & HILLYER 

Consulting Engineers and Contractors 



HEAVY CONCRETE WORK 
GRADING 
PILE DRIVING 
DOCKS 
BRIDGES 
TRESTLES 
ELEVATORS 
WAREHOUSES 
HEAVY TIMBER 
CONSTRUCTION 



SEABOARD JOBS COMPLETED DURING FOUR YEARS 


Cotton sheds and docks, 


Hutchinson 


s Island, Savannah, Georgia (Seven 




acres in 


area). 


Seddon Island Terminals 


- 


Tampa, Florida 


Hogan Street Terminals 


- 


Jacksonville, Florida 


Phosphate Elevator 


- 


Fernandina, Florida 


Maxwell Docks 


- 


Jacksonville, Florida 


Over - 


- 


15,000 piles driven 


Over - 


- 


- 1 5,000,000 feet lumber worked 


Over - 


- 


6,000 cubic yards concrete 


Over - 


- 


3,000,000 Brick 


Over - 


- 


15 Acres Roofing 


Over - 


- 


300,000 cubic yards earth 




50 miles 


of track 


Blum Building 


• 
• • 


Jacksonville, Florida 



450 



General Contractors 



Edwards Construction Co. 

TAMPA FLORIDA 



General Contractors 

Bridge and Dock Building 

Reinforced Concrete 

Stevedoring 



HEAVY CONSTRUCTION WORK A SPECIALTY 

H. C. EDWARDS B. MICKLER 

GENERAL MANAGER ASSISTANT MANAGER 



451 



Lumber, Paint, Marble, Building Material 



SMITH ROOFING CO. 

WILMINGTON, N. C. 

Manufacturers of and Contractors for 

Galvanized Iron and Copper Cornices 



Heating and Ventilating 



Skylights, Ridge Roll Finials and all Descriptions 

of Sheet Metal Work, Roofing of 

every Description 



C. MARTIN, President FRANK MEIER, Manager 

Meier's Marble & Granite Works 

310 North Front Street 

WILMINGTON, N. C. 

DESIGNERS AND BUILDERS OF 

GRANITE and MARBLE 

Mausoleums, Monuments and Headstones 
Mantels, Grates and Tiles 



ALL CLASS OF STONE FOR BUILDINGS 











Jenkins Paint and Oil Co. 




BETTER PAINT 


NORFOLK :: :: VIRGINIA 









ENTERPRISE LUMBER & BOX COMPANY 

J. P. WILSON, Manager 



LUMBER, LATHS and SHINGLES LATTICE SPLINES 
Ready Cut Houses a Specialty 



1548 Enterprise Street 



PHONE 601 



JACKSONVILLE, FLA. 



4.S- 1 



Lumber, Hardware, Marble, Architects, Building Material 



STATHAM 
MILLING 

and 
LUMBER 

CO. 
Statham, Ga. 



W. W. Downing 

C. R. Sparrow 



Manufacturers and 
Dealers in 

BUILDING 
MATERIAL 

Lumber, Ceiling, 

Siding, Moulding, 

Sash, Doors, Blinds, 

Brick, Cement, etc. 



Enterprise 
Novelty 
Works 

C. R. Sparrow, Mgr. 
TAMPA, FLA. 

Manufacturers of 

Screens, Window 

and Door Frames, 

Novelty and Cabinet 

Work, Mouldings 

and all kinds of 

Interior Finish 

Material 

Mill and Yard 

1617 FULLER ST. 

Phone 2191-M 



HIGHLAND 

PARK 

MARBLE 

CO. 

MONTGOMERY, 
ALA. 



Dealers in 

Monuments, 

Markers and Head 

Stones, Marble, 

Granite and Building 

Stone of all kinds 



3 Hampton St. 

Near Highland Park 
Depot 



HARDWARE 

OF EVERY DESCRIPTION 
THE BEST OUR MONEY 
AND YOUR MONEY CAN 

= BUY = 

Lorick & Lowrance, Inc. 

Columbia, S. C. 

DENMARK MARBLE WORKS, D enmark ^ 



Manufacturers 
ol 

GEORGIA, 

ITALIAN 

and 

VERMONT 

MARBLE 




HIGH 
GRADE 
MONU- 
MENTAL 
WORK A 
SPECIALTY 



W. B. BEACH, President A. H. BICKERSTAFF, Vice-Pres. 

William Beach Hardware Co. 

Columbus, Georgia 



Wholesale and Retail Hardware 



Builders' and Mill Supplies, Sporting Goods, Farm 
Implements, Tools, Cutlery, Paints, Brushes 



W. B. Beach 
W. T. McKee 



DIRECTORS 
A. H. Bickerstaff 
F. J. Bickerstaff 



O. C. Bullock 
G. X. Murrah 



J. F. LEITNER 

Architect 



Wilmington, 



North Carolina 



PUBLIC BUILDINGS 

Box 300 Telephone 2647 

Van Ness Tile Company 

Savannah, Ga. 



206 Broughton Street, East 



FLOOR AND WALL TILE 

Terrazzo, Mosaic and Interior Marble 

The Gulf City Painting and 
Decorating Company 

I. B. MILLER, Manager 

112 Fortune St. Tampa, Florida 



Wall Paper, Wholesale and Retail, Paints, Oils 
and Varnishes 



Orders Shipped the day received. We have 
what you want 



PHONE 641 



Edward LovelPs Sons 

Savannah, Georgia 



Office and Store: 14, 16 and 18 State St., West 



HARDWARE, TINWARE 

IRON AND NAILS 



453 



Building Contractor 



I. F. JONES 



Known all over the State of 
Florida in the erection of pub- 
lic buildings, such as court- 
houses, schoolhouses, hotels, 
etc. The six schoolhouses in 
Manatee county are my work. 
Besides, I have handled some 
of the "Big Building Jobs" in 
nearly all of the South Florida 
counties. 

CJ For any building you contem- 
plate, whether Stone, Brick, 
Concrete, Steel Reinforced, or 
Frame, get my estimates. 

" When Jones builds it, it's built right." 



I. F. JONES 



Building Contractor Bradentown, Fla. 



454 



Hardware, Blower Systems, Plumbing, Roofing, Etc. 



Ford Roofing Company 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

Galvanized Iron Work, 
Cornice, Finials 

Metal Sky Lights, Stove Pipe, &c. 
CONTRACTORS OF 

Tin, Tile and Slate Roofing 
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. 



Atlantic Blow Pipe Co. 



MANUFACTURERS OF 



Atlantic Blower Systems 

For the Satisfactory Removing of Dust, 
Shavings, Ashes and other refuse that 
can be removed by a blower. 

Get our prices on Stacks, Tanks and Ventilators 
Office and Works, Eighth and Brunswick 

phone 952 WILMINGTON, N. C. 



HENRY D. WEED 



J. D. WEED & CO. 



WILLIAM D. KRENSON 



HARDWARE, IRON 

TIN PLATE, IRON PIPING, AND ALL KINDS OF STEAM FITTINGS 

Galvanized Roofing and Felt Roofing 

Fairbanks' Scales Naval Store Supplies Wagon Material Howe s Scales 

General Agents: Colt's Patent Fire Arms, Black Diamond Files, Disston Files 

SAVANNAH, GA. 



H. R. SHERIDAN 

SUCCESSOR TO 

GEO. W. SHERIDAN 

1307 Broad Street 
COLUMBUS, GA. 

Practical Tin and Coppersmith 

Roofing, Guttering, Including 

Paints and All Kinds 

Job Work in Sheet Metals Done to Order 

PHONE 1571 



C. W. COPPALA 



Coppala Plumbing Co. 

SANITARY ENGINEERS 

Practical Plumbing and Gas Fitting 
OFFICE AND STORE ROOM 

No. 9 West 4th Street 

phone 1907 CHARLOTTE, N. C. 



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L. A. NETTLES^. 

Lake City, Fla. 

PLUMBING, TINNING 
and STEAM FITTING 

All Orders Promptly 

Handled and Work 

Guaranteed 




455 



Metal, Iron and Wire Works, Plumbing, Roofing, Etc. 



A. SZABO, Manager and Treasurer 

Eajjle Roofing and 
Art Metal Works 

Incorporated 
CAPITAL, S30.000.00 

MANUFACTURERS 
AND JOBBERS 



Cornice and Skylights, Tile, Tin and Slate 
Roofing, Guttering and Piping, Embossed Steel 
Ceiling. Shop Work and Jobbing a Specialty, 
also Heating and Ventilating. 



No. 203 Cass Street 
TAMPA, FLORIDA 



PHONE 285 



P. O. BOX 670 



Savannah Iron and 
Wire Works 

BUILDERS' IRON 

WIRE AND BRASS WORK 

Iron Stairs, Fire Escapes, Porch Railings, Elevator Enclosures, 
Marquise, Iron and Wire Window Guards, Office and Desk Railings, 
Iron Anchors, Steel Lintels and Beams. 

ESTIMATES CHEERFULLY GIVEN 



547-549 East 
Liberty Street 



SAVANNAH, GA. 

PHONE 632 



FRANK HAHNE 



Tin & Sheet Iron Worker 



Steel Ceilings, Cornices, Skylights, Slating, 
Roofs Painted and Repaired, Hot Air Furnaces 



108 State St., E. 



GA. PHONE 2895 



SAVANNAH, GA. 



BELL PHONE 908 



ELECTRIC CONSTRUCTION, MOTOR AND GENERATOR REPAIRS 
SANITARY ENGINEERING, HEATING 

PLUMBING SUPPLIES, IRRIGATION PLANTS 



301 Franklin Street 



TAMPA, FLA. 



PHONE 314 



D. W. SHEA 

CONSULTING ENGINEER 



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456 



Lumber, Plumbers, Electrical Contractors, Etc. 




L. J. Tucker W.Lnatra J \ ." n«nder*m J .fm llroWon 

OCILLA PLANING MILL CO. - OC I LLA, Q EORO I A 

Sueeeaaor* to TUCKER LENN ON CO., 
SUnuf«olur*rM of Yellow Hue Flooring, (.'olline. SMIdr nml Plnlib, KHn 1'He.l and Riindled. 

Union Manufacturing Co. 

GREENVILLE, FLORIDA 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

YELLOW PINE DRESSED LUMBER 
TAMPA ELECTRICAL SUPPLY CO. 

(INCORPORATED) 

CONTRACTORS 
"EVERYTHING ELECTRICAL" 




FIXTURES OF QUALITY 

CABLE ADDRESS "TESCO" PHONE 1420 

201 Cass Street - - TAMPA, FLORIDA 



J. B. GEBBIE 




"StanDartT 

SANITARY PLUMBING. HOUSE DRAINAGE. 
GAS FITTING. STEAM AND HOT WATER 
FITTING. IRON AND TILE SEWERAGE. 

Courteous and Prompt Attention to All Orders 

TELEPHONE 361 

1525 Franklin Street, Tampa, Florida 



ROY A. PARKER 

BRADENTOWN, FLORIDA 

Electrical Contractor 



IF ELECTRICAL 
WE HAVE IT 



FIXTURES AND SUPPLIES, FANS, 
MOTORS AND IRONS 

ELECTRICAL HEATING APPARATUS 



PHONE 187 



RESIDENCE PHONE 36 



R. T. JOUGHIN 



N. T. GAGNON 



TELEPHONE 709 



R. T. JOUGHIN & CO. 

OFFICE AND SHOW ROOMS 

1502 Franklin St., TAMPA, FLORIDA 



PLUMBING, STEAM AND GAS 
FITTING AND SUPPLIES 



457 



Architects, Electrical Contractors, Plumbing, Etc. 



R. W. HODGES 

Electrical Contractor 

WORK GUARANTEED WIRING A SPECIALTY 

ALL KINDS OF ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES 
218 MARKET STREET, Phone 194 WILMINGTON, N. C. 



W. Ericson Bleo 



Ei.mon A. Miller 



Bleo and Miller 

Consulting Engineers 
Structural and Electrical 

Heard National Bank 
Jacksonville, Florida 



J. L. Brown 



Electrical Contractor 

Dealer in Supplies 
First Class Material and Workmanship 



OFFICE PHONE 282 

1203 Franklin St., 



RESIDENCE 1857-L 

Tampa, Florida 



Burett H. Stephens 

ARCHITECT 
and 

CONSULTING 
ENGINEER 



WILMINGTON, 



N. C. 



C A. JAMIN 



T. J. JERKINS 



JAMIN & JERKINS 

SUCCESSORS TO C. J. GODSEY 

Plumbing, Tinning, Gas Fitting, Steam and Hot 

Water Heating 

Phone 13 

ST. PETERSBURG, FLA. 



263 CENTRAL AVENUE 



458 



Electrical Contractors, Supplies, Agricultural and Saw Mill Machinery 



EVERYTHING ELECTRICAL 

Pierce Brothers 

ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES 
AND REPAIRING 

CALL, THONE OR WRITE US 

PHONE 444 

303 Franklin Street - TAMPA, FLORIDA 



Malsby Company 



MANUFACTURERS OF AND DEALERS IN 

Agricultural and Saw Mill 
Machinery 



438-40 Marietta St., ATLANTA, GEORGIA 



HYMAN 


SUPPLY COMPANY 


■ 


' EVERYTHING FOR THE MILL" 




MACHINERY 


Mill, 


Railroad and Mining Supplies 


WILMINGTON, N. 


C. NEW BERN, N. C. 


PHONE 91 


PHONE 62 



P. F. LYONS 

Successor to JESSE H. DUNNE 



ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR 

WIRING AND FIXTURES ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES 

BELLS AND TELEPHONES 



301 FRANKLIN STREET. P. 0. BOX 135 

TAMPA, FLORIDA 

DAY PHONE 336 



459 



Agricultural and Mill Machinery, Supplies, Hardware and General Merchandise 



PHONES, NORFOLK 157 and 6176 

W. M. WHALEY 
& CO., Inc. 



Machinery, 
Railroad, Mill 
and Steamship 
Supplies 



AGENTS FOR 

NEW JERSEY CAR SPRIXG AND 

RUBBER CO. 

GLADIATOR BELTS 

"AMERICAN" STEEL PULLEYS 

S. R. SIKES' LEATHER BELTS 

CONSUMERS AMMONIA 

AMERICAN STEAM PUMP CO. 
"MARSH" STEAM PUMP 

"CHICAGO" EMERY WHEELS 

SIMONDS SAWS AND KNIVES AND 
FILES 

READING IRON CO., WROUGHT 
IRON PIPE 

KEASBY & MATTISON ASBESTOS 

MATERIAL 

"CONGO" AND "MULE HIDE" 
RUBBER ROOFINGS 

TRENTON IRON CO. " TICO 
SPECIAL" WIRE ROPE 

YALE & TOWNE EOISTS AND 

CRANES 



74 Commercial Place, 

NORFOLK, - - VA. 




18S8 



1913 



25 YEARS AT IT 



In the past 25 years we have 
built and equipped one of the 
largest retail mercantile estab- 
lishments in the State. We are 
known as the Big 3 in 1 Depart- 
ment Store. Our Main Building 
consists of 16,200 feet of Floor 
Space, 10 Warehouse Rooms of 
1 1 ,000 feet. We sell everything. 
We cater to the wants of the 
people. We pay the highest price 
for cotton and all country produce. 
We work for the best interest of 
our customer. We handle the best 
that money can buy. We divide 
our profits with our customers. 
We guarantee satisfaction (for 
J. W. Carter sells it cheaper). 



J. W. CARTER 

MAXTON, - - N. C. 



460 



Iron, Steel, Installation of Machinery and Water Power 





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Southern Iron & 
Equipment Co. 

Offices: Grant Building 




STEEL RAILS, 
LOCOMOTIVES, CARS 




ATLANTA - - GEORGIA 




T. L. TALBERT 

STRUCTURAL STEEL AND ORNAMENTAL IRON WORK 

Estimates Furnished for Mill Shipments on all Classes of Steel 

All Kinds of Wire Work 

Elevator Enclosures, Steel Rolling Shutters, Metal Sash and all kinds of Fireproofing 

Telephone 576 CHARLOTTE. N. C. 



Denmark Machine Works Co. 

DENMARK - - - SOUTH CAROLINA 

Founders and Machinists 

Dealers in Machinery and Supplies 

Repair and Install Machinery 
anywhere in the South 




So.e Manufacturers of the 

AEROCYCLE or 
MERRY- GO - ROUND 

(WRITE FOR INFORMATION) 



LOW RATES 



FOR 



ELECTRIC POWER 
at ALBANY, GA. 



Builders of industrial plants at 
Albany, Ga., can rest assured 
that they can secure cheap 
electric power. 

Albany Power & Mfg. Co. 

ALBANY .... GEORGIA 



461 



Machine Shops and Foundries, Woodworking Machinery 



W. E. McElroy, President 



J. C. Crowell, 1st V.-Pres., Treas. and Gen. M;r. 



Jno. R. Pharr, 2nd V.-Pres. and Sec 



THE PARK MANUFACTURING COMPANY 

CHARLOTTE, N. C. 

General Machinists and Founders in Iron, Bras? and Bronze. Manufacturers of 
Hydraulic, Electric, Belt Power and Hand Passenger and Freight Elevators 
Variable Stroke, Belt Power, Boiler Feed Pumps and Heaters 




Triplex Pumps 
Duplex Pumps 
Condensation 

Pumps 
Deep Well 

Pumps 
Warp Dyeing 

Machines 
Warp Sizing 

Machines 
Warp Beam 

Trucks 
Dve Mixing 

Pots 
Lap Trucks 
Lap Sticks 
Lap Conveyors 
Belt Clamps 
Doffing Box 

Wheels 
Drawing-in 

Frames 
Band Machines 
Burlap Pickers 
BaggingRollers 
Standard Auto- 
matic Fire 

DoorFixtures 
Crabs in Iron & 

Wood Frames 
Structural Iron 

& Steel Work 
Iron Stairways 
Wire & Manilla 

Rope 



Window Frame Machinery — Our Specialty 

Dadoing Window and Door 
Jambs is no longer a Saw-table 
job. The "Phillips" Dado 
Machine No. 2, shown in this 
cut, has a capacity for over 600 
jambs per hour, both c n d s 
dadoed and trimmed to length. 
It will pay you to investigate 
this great labor saver. It is 
the best and most economical 
machine on the market. 



The "Phillips" Ideal Pocket Cutter, 
Pulley Mortiser and Saw-table Machine No. 
3 is practically Ideal and is especially de- 
signed for doing all the work necessary for 
making frames. It can't be equalled for Capacity, 
Convenience, Accessibility, Quick Changes, G r e a t 
Range or Economy. Let us tell you all about it. 
Write for our complete Catalogue 

Orlando, Fla., U. S. A. 





THE PHILLIPS MFG. CO. 



462 



Iron Works, Boiler Makers, Foundries, Machine Shops, Etc. 



BLOIS B. MINGLEDOBFF WALTEE L. MINGLEDOBFF 

MINGLEDORFF & CO. 

ENGINEERS and MACHINISTS 

510 Indian Street, SAVANNAH, GA. 

Machine. Blacksmith and Boiler Works. Brass and Iron Castings. Cast 
Iron can be Brazed. We do it with Ferrofix 

Repair Work Given Special Attention. Terms Strictly Every 30 Days. Phone 553 



C. G. WILKINSON, President C. R. SHOl'SE, Secretary and Treasurer 

Wilkinson Machine Company 

Bay and Abercorn Streets, SAVANNAH, GA. 

Machinists, Blacksmiths, Coppersmiths and 

BOILER MAKERS 

Cast Iron and Brass Foundry Cast Iron and Aluminum Welding 

ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS 

LONG DISTANCE PHONE 2754 



W. J. JEWEL, Manager II. T. HOLTON, Superintendent 

FITZGERALD IRON WORKS 

FITZGERALD, GA. 

IRON AND BRASS CASTINGS 

OF EVERY DESCRIPTION 

Belting, Saws, Shafting, Pulleys, Journal Bearing, Pipe, Valves, Fittings. Full Line Mill 

Supplies Carried in Stock. Locomotive and Machinery Repairs Promptly Done 
All Sizes Grate Bars Kept in Stock Prompt Services and Reasonable Charges 

IRON WORK FOR ALL CLASSES OF BUILDINGS OUR SPECIALTY 



J. Hackett Foundry Co. 

Morehead Street and Southern Railway 
CHARLOTTE, N. C. 

ALL KINDS OF CASTINGS 

Phone 2338 CHARLOTTE, N. C. 

463 



Iron Works, Boiler Makers, Foundries, Machine Shops, Etc. 



KEHOE'S IRON WORKS 

Marine Engineers 



FOUNDERS, MACHINISTS, BLACKSMITHS 
AND BOILER MAKERS 



SHIP CARPENTERS AND CAULKERS, 
SHIP SMITHS 




Ship Yard, Dry Dock and Wharves, Bay and Randolph Streets 



REPAIR WORK PROMPTLY EXECUTED 



ESTIMATES FURNISHED 



DIVING AND WRECKING APPARATUS 



TELEPHONES 268 



Broughton Street, Reynolds to Randolph Streets 

SAVANNAH, GA. 



464 



Iron Works, Foundries, Machine Shops, Mill and Mine Machinery 




Moffitt Iron Works Company 

SANFORD, NORTH CAROLINA 

FOUNDERS AND MACHINISTS 

MACHINERY AND MILL SUPPLIES 

We carry in stock Boilers, Engines, Saw Mills, Swing Saws, Belting, Saws, black and galvanized 
Pipe, Valves, Fittings, Injectors, Pumps, steel split Pulleys, Shafting, Hangers, etc. Everything for 
the mill or factory. We want your business and will make a special effort to please you in every 
respect. We save you freight on Boilers and Engines by getting them in carload lots. 



Dixie Machinery & Mfg. Company 

415-419 West Adams Street, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA 

PHONE 2278 

GENERAL MACHINE WORK ESPECIALLY 

AUTOMOBILE AXD LAUNCH REPAIRING STORAGE AND SUPPLIES 

ALL WORK GUARANTEED 



Lott W. Johnson t^^n^^ 



PROPRIETOR OF THE 



LAKE CITY MACHINE SHOPS 



AND DEALER IN 

LOCOMOTIVES 



NEW AXD SECOXD-HAXD MACHINERY 




Gulf Iron Works, inc. Florida 

FOUNDERS AND MACHINISTS 

ARCHITECTURAL IRON. GRILLE AXD BALCONY WORK; STEAM- 
HAMMER FORCINGS; PHOSPHATE MINING MACHINERY: 
Phone 1279 MARINE WORK AND REPAIRING 

465 



Machinists, Locksmiths, Machinery, Street Paving, Etc. 




Charles C. Steward Rov A. Witherill 
W. C. Steward Ella S. Witherill 



STEWARD-WITHERILL 
MACHINE COMPANY 

1100 First Avenue 
BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 

BELL PHONE MAIN 87S 

MACHINISTS 

— rer, 

ENGINEERS 



Repairs of All Kinds 
a Specialty 



C\\T F>T> T/^T? APALACHICOLA, FLA. 
. W . rlVl^^ General Repair Shop 

Automobiles and Bicycles. Marine and Wagon a Specialty. Horseshoeing. 

ED. MARTIN 




''The Man on the Spot" 

LOCKSMITH 

SAFE EXPERT 

131 Bank St., Norfolk, Va. 

Bell Phone, No. 1627 

SAFES OPENED AND REPAIRED 

KEYS MADE 

E. C. ROBB 

(.Recently with Frank Barker) 

Artificial 

Stone Sidewalk, 

Etc. 

1312 BARNARD ST. 

SAVANNAH, GA. 

Phone 3207 



Cement Work 



4C16 



Lighting, Electrical Supplies, Frogs, Switches, Etc. 



Pintsch Mantle Light 

The system that h:is been applied to 
thousands of railway cars, where it has 
demonstrated its ability to stand up in 
service. Gives 100 candle-power light 
at a cost of one cent a burning hour, 
with long mantle life. Reliable, effi- 
cient and economical. 

Safety Electric Light 

Axle-driven, ball-bearing generators; 
Type "F" dynamo and lamp regulators; 
latest and most scientifically built type 
of generator suspension on the market — 
a combination that is backed up by 
Safety guarantee to give satisfactory 
service. 

Car Lighting Fixtures 

Safety fixtures are artistically designed, 
scientifically built and economically 
maintained. A design to meet every 
class of service and every type of car. 

THE SAFETY CAR HEATING & 
LIGHTING COMPANY 

2 Rector St., New York 
Washington Office, 508 Munsey Building 



The Electrical 
Construction Co. 

F. A. FARWELL, Proprietor 

Gas and Electric Fixtures, Inter- 
communicating Telephone Systems, Pumps, 
Steam Engines, House and Bell Wiring, 
Annunciators, Etc., Repairing. 



Complete Estimates on Plants of any 

Size and Description 

Telephone, Lighting, Power, Water 

Elevators, Generators, Motors, Fans, Electric 

Signs, Emmerson Fans. 



AGENTS FOE PAUL SYSTEM WATER SUPPLY 
702 Tampa Street Telephone 2034 



Tampa 



Florida 



KILBY FROG & SWITCH COMPANY 



MANUFACTURERS OF 



Railroad Crossings, Frogs, Switches 
Switch Stands, Etc. 



MANGANESE TRACK WORK OF ALL KINDS A SPECIALTY 



BIRMINGHAM 



ALA. 



467 



Engineers, Contractors, Marine Construction, Repairs 




A. D. STEVENS, M. E., Pres't A. R. MERRILL, Vice-Pres't J. T. MAXIER, Seo'y J. E. MERRILL, Treas. 



MERRILL=STEVENS CO. 



MARINE CONSTRUCTION and REPAIRS 



ENGINEERS AND CONTRACTORS 
BOILER MAKING 



AGENTS FOR 

MOORE & BURNHAM PUMPS 



OFFICE AND SHOPS, 600 to 654 EAST BAY STREET 



JACKSONVILLE 



FLORIDA 



468 



Founders, Machinists and Engineers 




ESTABLISHED 187; 



TELEPHONE 



INCORPORATED 1908 



T. MURPHY IRON WORKS 



610-612-615-617 East Bay Street 



JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA 



Iron, Brass Founders, Machinists and Engineers. The Oldest Foundry and Machine Works in the State. Shop 
equipped with the heaviest and most modern tools with expert mechanics. We are in position to handle anything in 
our line. Our personal attention to details has characterized us as the OLD RELIABLE. Nothing too large to 
undertake, nothing too small to have our attention. 




JOHN ROURKE 



ROURKES' IRON WORKS 



JOHN ROURKE, Jr. 



J. A. ROURKE 



JOHN ROURKE & SONS 

610 to 634 Bay Street, East Marine Railway 

607 to 619-620 and 622 River Street, East and Wharves on Savannah River 

SAVANNAH, GEORGIA 

Iron and Brass Founders and Machinists, Blacksmiths and Boiler Makers 

Manufacturers of THE SAMSON SUGAR MILLS AND PANS. Dealers in STEAM ENGINES, INJECTORS, 
STEAM AND WATER FITTINGS, ETC-."- HEAVY FORGINGS A SPECIALTY 

469 



Boiler Makers, Car Wheels, Mill and Supplies 



Mecklenburg Iron Works 

CHARLOTTE, N. C. 

STEAM ENGINES 



PORTABLE AND STATIONARY 
BOILERS, CENTENNIAL COTTON 
PRESSES, CIRCULAR SAW, 
SHINGLE AND LATH MILLS, 
COTTON MILL POWER PLANTS 



MINING MACHINERY 

Shafting, Couplings, Pedestal Boxes, Drop and Post 
Hangers, Pulleys, Saw Mandrels, Teed Turbine Water 
Wheels, Grist and Wheat Mills, Saws, Files, Planers, 
Reels and Chests, Raising Screws and Bails, Pans. 

Architectural Iron Work 



WE SOLICIT CORRESPONDENCE AND ORDERS 



470 



Machinery and Supplies 



S. M. PRICE 
MACHINERY CO 



MACHINERY 
and SUPPLIES 



Norfolk, Va. 



DISTRICT SALES AGENTS: 



ERIE CITY IRON WORKS 



471 



Concrete Engineering and Construction 




C. W. REQUARTH CO. 

CONCRETE 

ENGINEERING 
CONSTRUCTION 



SPECIAL EQUIPMENT 

FOR 

RIVER WORK FOUNDATIONS 

FIRE PROOF STRUCTURES 



Operations confined entirely to the permanent class of structures 
Forward your plans or surveys to Charlotte office for estimates 



CHARLOTTE, 



MAIN OFFICE 

NORTH CAROLINA 



47- 7 



Machine Shops, Roofing and Sidewalks 



Roofing Roofing Roofing Roofing Roofing Roofing 

T. B. SHERRILL 

Roofing and Sidewalks 

ROOFING BRANDS 

Barrett Specifications ; Warren Anchor Brand, Light and Heavy ; 

Standard Tarred Roofing, 1 , 2, 3, 4 and 5-ply; 

Rubber Roofing, 1 , 2 and 3-ply. 

ALL KINDS OF CEMENT PAVING WALKS, FLOORS, 
DRIVES, OR ANY OTHER PAVING WORK 

202 N. Delaware Avenue, TAMPA, FLORIDA 

TELEPHONE 301 

Walks Walks Walks Walks Walks Walks 



W. G. Jarrell Machine Company 

20-26 West Fourth Street - CHARLOTTE, N. C. 




THE BEST EQUIPPED REPAIR 
SHOP IN THE CAROLINAS. 
WE MAKE A SPECIALTY OF 
CORLISS ENGINE AND PUMP 
REPAI RS. WE SELL ENGINES, 
BOILERS. MOTORS. PUMPS, &c. 



Night or Day, Except Sundays 



Telephone 367 



Night Call, 2006-F 



473 



Machinery for Saw Mills, Stave Mills, Turpentine Plants, Turpentine Stills, Blow Pipes, etc. 



High-Class Saw Mill and Farming 

MACHINERY 

We carry at our new warehouse, 408 and 410 
East Bay Street, a large stock of Portable and 
Stationary Engines, Locomotive and Horizontal, 
Return Flue Boilers, Saw Mills, Planers, Edgers, 
Saws, Belting and Mill Supplies; also engine and 
saw mill repairs. We handle the celebrated line of 
HUSTLER, TAYLOR, VANCE, AMERICAN' 
and DELOACH Saw Mills, ERIE, LEFFEL, 
TAYLOR, and SOUTHERN Engines and 
Boilers. PERKINS SHINGLE MILL. 

Machinery — Special Stave Machinery 
for Turpentine Plants 

Write for literature covering the Rumely Oil Pull Tractors for plowing, hauling, etc. There is no better 
investment in the world for a 160-acre farmer. The Dividends are enormous. There can be no risk. The 
greatest invention of the times for the small as well as the largest Farmer and Truck Grower. It puts farming 
on a better business basis. 

Large stock carried for immediate shipment. Get our prices before BUYING. We can save you MONEY. 
A postal will bring our traveler. WRITE for literature covering your SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS. 

MALSBY MACHINERY COMPANY 




408-410 East Bay Street 



Long Distance Telephone 
No. 574 



Jacksonville, Fla. 




Slow Speed Fans 

Dust Collectors 

Blow Piping 

Tanks 

Sheet Iron Work 

Estimates Free 




s^-^^EfHgi T.H. McMILLAN, Pres. T. H. McMILLAN, Jr., Sec.-Treas. 



Blow Your Shavings Right Into 
Your Furnace 



We manufacture systems for handling all kinds of refuse, 
shavings, cotton, cotton-seed, tobacco, steam, emery dust. etc. 



South Atlantic Blow Pipe and Sheet Metal Co. 

Write to Our Nearest Factory. FACTORIES: Savannah, & Atlanta, Ga.; Jacksonville, Fla. 




Jacksonville, Fla. 



Savannah, Ga. 



McMillan Brothers 

SOUTHERN 
COPPER WORKS 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

Turpentine Stills 

Pensacola, Fla. Mobile, Ala. 



474 



Agricultural Machinery, Planters, Engines, Boilers, Mill Machinery 



The Cole Manufacturing Company 

Central Avenue, Charlotte, N. C. 




v ou 

I Yi 



r OU CAN FIND JUST WHAT 
. r OU NEED IN CROP-MAKING 
AND LABOR-SAVING IMPLE- 
MENTS AMONG THE 10 DIFFER- 
ENT STYLES OF COLE PLANTERS, 
7 STYLES OF GUANO DISTRIBU- 
TORS, AND 5 COLE GRAIN DRILLS. 
FOR COMPLETENESS, UNIQUE STYLE AND VALUE THERE IS NO 
OTHER LINE IN THE WHOLE WORLD EQUAL TO THE COLE. 



Write at Once for Free Catalogue 



Steam Engines and Boilers : Sawmills 

STATIONARY AND MARINE GASOLINE ENGINES 
STEAM AND POWER DRIVEN PUMPS 

Irrigation Plants and Electrical Machinery 

PIPE, FITTINGS, VALVES, BELTING, ROOFING 
IRON AND STEEL AND ALL KINDS OF SUPPLIES 

Prices and Estimates Cheerfully Given 

The H. E. Ploof Machinery Co. 

JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA 



475 



Valves, Sheet Metal Work, Machinists, Cotton Mills 



\7^T?T T DRILLING 
VV Hyi^J_y MACHINES 


Over 70 sizes and styles, for 


drilling either deep or shallow 


wells in any kind of soil or 


rock. Mounted on wheels or 


on sills. With engines or 


horse powers. Strong, simple 


and durable. Any mechanic 


can operate them easily. 


SEND FOR CATALOG 


WILLIAMS BROS. 


ITHACA N. Y. 



CECIL C. PACETTI 



G. E. PACETTI 



E. C. PACETTFS 
SONS 

CONTRACTORS FOR 

Architectural Sheet Metal 
Work 

Roofing and Heating 



CONDUCTOR PIPE, GUTTERS, 
HANGERS 

ASBESTOS PAPER, FURNACE 
CEMENT 



SAVANNAH 



GEORGIA 



SEND US YOUR ORDERS FOR 

Foundry 
Supplies 



SANDS GRAVELS CLAYS 

OF EVERY DESCRIPTION 



J. W. PAXSON CO. 

MANUFACTURERS AND MINERS 
1021 No. Delaware Ave., Phila., Pa. 





W. S. LEE. Prcs. .). H LEE. vice Pros, .1. L. EVERETT. Sec. and Trras. 
CHAS. ICEMAN, Gail. Mgr. • 

ICEMORLEE COTTON MILLS COMPANY 

Spinners of High -Grade Yarns 



8s to .*0s Combed and Carded Pooler 



MONROE. N. C. 



476 



Steam, Domestic and Blacksmith Coal 



F. M. ANDERSON, President J. G. ANDERSON, Jr.. Secretary-Treasurer 

TAMPA COAL COMPANY 



STEAM, DOMESTIC AND 
BLACKSMITH COAL 



Vessels Bunkered at 
Our Docks 



Rooms 4 and 5 Judy Building 
Hendry £$, Knight Terminals 



POCAHONTAS, NEW RIVER 
AND PAGE COALS 



Agents, H. N. HARTWELL & SON, Inc. 



TAMPA TELE an?^f 43 FLORIDA 



477 



Real Estate and Coal 



LOGAN COAL an d SUPPLY CO. 



POCAHONTAS 
STEAM and 
ANTHRACITE 
COALS :: :: 




BUNKERING 
NIGHT and 
DAY :: :: 



JACKSONVILLE 



FLORIDA 



WE OFFER FOR SALE 



Improved Farms, Colonization Tracts, Pecan 
Orchards and Timbered Lands 



The soil of Jefferson County is a loam top soil with clay 
sub-soil adapted to the growing of Hay, Grain, Potatoes, 
Peanuts, Cane, Vegetables, Pecans, Oranges, Grapefruit, 
Figs, Grapes and Persimmons. The lands are rolling or 
undulating. Climate mild and balmy. No irrigation 
or drainage necessary. :: :: :: :: :: 



MONTICELLO 



SIMON & HAMRICK 

Real Estate Agents 

: : Jefferson County : : 



FLORIDA 



478 



Cotton Drayage, Cotton Seed Buyer, Cotton Factors, Coal 



M. J. O'LEARY 

Cotton 
Drayage 



COTTON EXCHANGE BUILDING 
SAVANNAH, GA. 

Mrs. H. B. LEAKE 

Real Estate Notary Public 

Box 397 3 S. ORANGE AVE. 

ORLANDO, FLA. 

H. B. LEAKE 

Largest Fire Insurance Agency in the 

City of Orlando 

Best Companies Lowest Rates 

ORLANDO, FLORIDA 



Mark Each Bale of Cotton Consigned To Us 

With Your Name or Initials, and to 

"J. F. Co." 

The 

John Flannery 

Co. 

Cotton Factors 

Prompt Attention Given To All 
Business Entrusted To Us 

Liberal Cash Advances Made on 
Consignments 

10 Bay Street, East 
Savannah, Ga. 



Write For Prices When Ready to Sell 

HUE THOMAS 

Successor to 

ROBERT BILLINGTON 

Cotton Seed Buyer 
and Exporter 

SAVANNAH, : : GA. 

Hunter, Pearce & Battey 

Reliable and Experienced Cotton Factors 
Respectfully Solicit Your Shipments 
Expert Handlers of Staple Uplands 

Money Loaned to Cotton Shippers on 
Approved Security 

Savannah, Ga. 



F. A. grider C. v. horst, Jr. 

S. L. YERKES 

F. A. GRIDER 

GENERAL COAL SALES AGENT 

STEAM AND 
DOMESTIC COALS 

REPRESENTING 
Bessemer Coal, Iron & Land Co. 
Birmingham Fuel Co . 
Black Creek Coal Co. 
Brilliant Coal Co. 
Bryan Coal Corporation 
BurnWell Coal Mining Co. 
Cane Creek Coal Co. 
Cahaba Southern Coal Mining Co. 
Climax Coal Co. 
Corona Coal & Iron Co. 
Eldorado Coal Co. 
Galloway Coal Co. 
Great Elk Co. 
Lehigh Coal Co. 
Samoset Coal Co. 
Seaboard Coal & Coke Co. 
Southern Coal & Coke Co. 
Stouts Mountain Coal & Coke Co. 
Vulcan Supply Co. 
Warrior-Pratt Coal Co. 
Warrior River Coal Co. 

Write us for prices 

1414-17 American Trust Building 
BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 



479 



Cotton Mills, Cotton Merchants 



A. G. THATCHER, Pres., Swarthmore, Pa. ELBRIDGE McFARLAXD, Vice-Pres. JOHN' H. BARLOW, Supt,, Piedmont, Ala. 

GEO. P. HASLAM, Treas., Piedmont, Ala. Xorristown, Pa. RICHARD C. THATCHER. Sec., Piedmont] Ala. 

COOSA MANUFACTURING CO. 



itoA.Yffi.rabub Mercerized Cotton Yarns 



Products of Mills Xos. 1 and 2 

Combed Peeler and Egyptian Warps and Yarns 

from 30 to 80 in two ply 




All Correspondence Relating to Yarn Orders Should be Addressed to A. G. THATCHER, Swarthmore, Pa. 
Mercerizing Plant, Standard Processing Co., Chattanooga, Tenn. 

PIEDMONT, ALABAMA 











Rodgers, McCabe & Co. 




Cotton Merchants 

Exporters and Spinners' Agents 


NORFOLK, VA. :: CHARLESTON, S. C. 


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480 



Citrus Exchange 



FLORIDA 
CITRUS EXCHANGE 



(If Organized by the citrus fruit growers of Florida 
in 1 909, it is a non-profit-sharing, co-operative 
organization. In the five years of its existence 
it has brought order out of chaos, by spending a 
half million dollars in building and equipping up- 
to-date packing houses and placing men in charge 
of them who know the business. 

(11 Only a few markets for Florida oranges and grape- 
fruit were known five years ago. The Florida 
Citrus Exchange has expanded these markets 
until they are sold in every State and every town 
of importance in the United States and Canada. 

(fl Its slogan is a "SQUARE DEAL" for the 
grower and the consumer. 



Florida Citrus Exchange 

L. D. JONES, Business Manager 

TAMPA, FLA. 

481 



Cotton Oil Mills 




FARMERS COTTON OIL CO. 

AMERICUS, GEORGIA 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

COTTON SEED PRODUCTS 







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Clinton Oil and Manufacturing Co. 



MANUFACTURERS OF 



Cotton Seed Products and 
all Grades of Fertilizer 



F. S. EVANS, Manager 



Clinton, South Carolina 



482 



Cotton Oil Mills, Cotton Exporters, Etc. 











J. A. TAYLOR 

WHOLESALE GROCER 

SELLS EXCLUSIVELY 
TO DEALERS 

North Water Street - Wilmington, N. C. 











ALEXANDER SPRUNT & SON £?™to\ xpo % er c s 



ESTABLISHED 1866 




LOADING STEAMER 



BRITISH 
VICE CONSULATE 

LLOYD'S AGENCY 



LIVERPOOL 

COTTON EXCHANGE BUILDINGS 
CABLE ADDRESS: SPRUNTMIL 

BREMEN 

BAUMWOLLBORSE 

cable address: SPRUNTLIP 



HAVRE 

05 BOULEVARD DE STRASBOURG 

cable address: SPRUNTORIK 

BOSTON 

141 milk street 
cable address: SPRUNTWOOD 

HOUSTON 

cotton exchange building 
cable address: SPRUNTMAR 



Owners of the Champion Compresses and Warehouses, Wilmington, N. C. 



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Cotton Oil Mills, Fertilizers, Etc. 



FITZGERALD COTTON OIL CO. 

MANUFACTURERS 
OF ALL KINDS OF 

FERTILIZER 

GINNING CAPACITY 80 BALES PER DAY 
Correspondence Solicited 

FITZGERALD - - GEORGIA 



HAGAN OIL MILL & FERTILIZER 

COMPANY 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

HIGH GRADE FERTILIZERS 

AND 

COTTON SEED PRODUCTS 

HAGAN .... GEORGIA 



484 



Cotton Gin, Cotton Mills 



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Lummus Air Blast 
Ginning System 

"A PROFIT MAKER FOR THE 
GINNER AND FARMER" 



Better Sample 
Greater Capacity 

Lasts Longer 

Less Power 

Extremely Simple 

Very Economical 

Less Fire Risk 



WRITE FOR CATALOG "K" AND LIST 
OF SUCCESSFUL LUMMUS GINNERS 



Lummus Cotton Gin Co. 

COLUMBUS - GEORGIA 



485 



Photographers 











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FORD'S 


STUDIO 




129 J 


, W. Bay St. 


Jacksonville, 


Fla. 




Portraits, Florida Views 






In Black 


or Colored 




The 


Cruiser in the 


Picture for Charter 



There must always be a "lead- 
ing photographer" in every 
community. 

He obtains the title by producing 
the goods. 

The Woodward Studio 
of Jacksonville, Fla. 

produces the goods. 

If you need anything photo- 
graphic, and Want it done right, 
try them. 




GET 'CROSS' 

When in need of a prompt and efficient 

Commercial 
Photographer 



PHONE 1396 



419 Masonic Temple Building 
JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA 



COMMERCIAL, LANDSCAPE 
AND NEWSPAPER WO R K 



H. C. MANN 

Photographer 



NORFOLK, VIRGINIA 



PHONE 2-163 
402 MAIN STREET 



486 



Photographers 



GEORGE E. ADAMS 

Commercial 
Photographer 



Panoramic Pictures made With 
the New Circuit Camera 



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Photographs of Local Scenes 
and Points of Interest .... 



Amateur Developing and Printing 



45 Whitaker Street 
Savannah, Georgia 



Telephone 4754-J 



Edwards Studio 

Quality . . 



Photographs 

25 LAURA STREET 
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. 

ENLARGEMENTS. FRAMES MADE TO ORDER 

THE HARRIS STUDIOS 

C. W. HARRIS, Proprietor 

Shelby, North Carolina 

Kodak Finishings 
for Amateurs 

HOME PORTRAITURE A SPECIALTY 

Commercial Work Along the Railways Throughout 
this Entire Section 



A PICTURE ATTRACTS ATTENTION AND I 
CREATES A LASTING IMPRESSION 



W. A. FISHBAUGH 

Commercial 
Photographer 

5063^2 Franklin Street, Tampa, Florida 

PHONE 1458 



Photographs made for 
Half Tone Reproduction 



Photos for Land Companies, 

Architects and Construction 

Work 



L. Hallen 

PHOTOGRAPHER 



Portraits and 
Commercial Work 

Petteway Building, Tampa, Florida 



FINE PHOTOGRAPHS A SPECIALTY 

Pictures Copied and Enlarged in Crayon, Pastel or Water Color 

KODAKS AND SUPPLIES FOR SALE 
FINISHING DONE FOR AMATEURS ALL WORK GUARANTEED 

VANSICKEL'S STUDIO, GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA 

THE GIBSON KODAK CO. 

Photographic Apparatus, Cameras, Kodaks, Films, Paper 
and Supplies for the Professional and Amateur 

KODAK DEVELOPING, PRINTING 1 o \V7 r- 10 T 1 -11 ri 

and enlarging ^o West rorsyth ot., Jacksonville, Ma. 

487 



Photographers 



Freeman's 
Photographic Studio 



Bartow, Florida 



Oldest Established Studio in South Florida 



Best collection of negatives, many of which 
you find in this edition 



PHONE 1455 



1441 MAIN ST. 



Blanchard's Photo Studio 
and Art Store 

UP-STAIRS 

Picture Frames Made to Order 

Photo and Kodak Supplies 

Amateur Finishing Small Pictures Enlarged 

W. L. BLANCHARD, Prop. COLUAtBIA, S. C. 

The 
Photographer 
in Your Town 

COLUMBUS, GA. 

EVERYTHING 
PHOTOGRAPHIC 

D. S. CRAIG, "Mulberry, Fla. 

PHOTOGRAPHER 

COMMERCIAL AND PORTRAIT WORK 

TOUREZ BROS. K°a t A y , H lia S 

Developing for Amateurs. Commercial and Other Views. 

PORTRAITS, CHILDREN'S PORTRAITS A SPECIALTY 

O. P. ENGLAND 

PHOTOGRAPHER 
TARPON SPRINGS FLORIDA 




COMMERCIAL AND PORTRAIT WORK 

Prices Reasonable First-Class Work 



A. A. HASKELL 

PHOTOGRAPHER 



Commercial Work a Specialty 



BROOKS VI LLE 



FLORIDA 



W. M. MORSE 

PHONE 2452 

PHOTOGRAPHER 



GENERAL PHOTOGRAPHY 



203 S. Tryon St. CHARLOTTE, N. C. 



Phone 



Our Motto: "Bring the Babies" P. O. Box 237 



Ohaver's Photo Craft Shop 

The Dependable Ansco Films and Supplies 
Home Portraits and Views Made Anywhere, Subject to Call 

PALMETTO, FLORIDA 

The Hoover Brothers Studio 

EVERYTHING PHOTOGRAPHIC 

Enlargements, Picture Frames, Glass, Kodak Finish- 
ing and Supplies, Fresh Films Always in Stock 

Starke :: :: Florida 

Stephenson Studio 

PHOTOGRAPHERS 

High Class Portrait Photographers 



Bell Phone Main 255 
38 J Whitehall, Over Kutz 



ATLANTA 



GEORGIA 



488 



Photographers 



PHONE 860 



Birmingham View Company 

J. F. KNOX, Proprietor 



Commercial Photography 
and Portraiture 



2024V Third Ave. 



BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 



BERT G. COVELL CO. 

M. T. STRADFORD, Manager 



Photographers 



BIRMINGHAM 



ALABAMA 



W. E. COGBURN statham, ga. 

I photograph anything, anywhere, any time, day, night. 
Enlarged pictures in crayon, pasted and bromide framing. 



For Fine Photographs See 

G I R ARD 

THE PHOTOGRAPHER 

107 Broughton Street, West 

SAVANNAH, GA. 



CENTRAL AVENUE STUDIO 

Largest Block in town of Eastman Kodaks, r'lluis 
and Supplies. Our Kodak tinlsblnt: Is superior to 
any other, r'iluis developed end printed within M 
hours, Agent ot Eastman Kodak I'o. Phono No. 72. 

PAUL BOECK 
534 Central AWo., St. Petcrsbrirg, Pin. 



Leverett's Studio - VIDALIA » GA - 

PHOTOGRAPHIC WORK OF ALL KINDS 
PORTRAIT WORK A SPECIALTY 

ALLEN'S ART STUDIO 

WINDER, GEORGIA 

HIGH GRADE WORK DONE AT REASONABLE PRICES 

COLEMAN STUDICT 



HIGH CLASS PORTRAIT WORK 



MONTGOMERY 



ALABAMA 



Expert Kodak Amateur Finishing: and Developing 

Work delivered in 24 to 48 hours. Special attention to 
mail orders. We do outside group and commercial work. 
Call on us; we are "Johnny on the spot." :: ;: :: 

"LITTLE BILLIE" 

KODAK FINISHER 
101 N. Front St. (Over Honnet'si WILMINGTON, N. C. 

TRESSLAR'S STUDIO 

Photographers 

ART NOVELTY GOODS 
KODAKS and FINISHING 

For Beauty and Task lis the Place 

MONTGOMERY .-. ALA. 




BLANK PHOTO CO. 

Photographers and Dealers 
in Photo Supplies 

KODAK DEVELOPING AND FINISHING 

TALLAHASSEE .-. FLORIDA 



H. W. CHEAPE 

Quality Portraits 



TALLAHASSEE 



FLORIDA 



H. PARKER WILCOX 

Artist and Photographer 



KISSIMMEE 



FLORIDA 



LEO GEO. MORPER 

Commercial Photographer 

WILL GO ANY PLACE ON REQUEST 
ARCHER .'. FLORIDA 

H W VAN RIPF.R - PHOTOGRAPHER 

PORTRAIT AND VIEW WORK 
AMERICUS .-. GEORGIA 

R. F. O'Kelly's Photograph Studio 

All kinds of enlarging, picture frames, etc. Glass — any size. 

COMER .-. GEORGIA 

F. f . PFNNINr.TON photographer 

(Next to Public Building) 

Photos, views, Kodak developing and printing for amateurs. 

Enlargements, post cards and reproductions. Picture 

frames made to order. Kodak supplies, etc. :: :: :: 

ALL WORK GUARANTEED 

FERNANDINA .-. FLORIDA 



J.P.Parker 



PHOTOGRAPHER 



KODAK 

FINISHING 



HAYNES' STUDIO 

W. E. HAYNES, Proprietor 



High Grade 
Photographs 



Dunnellon :: Fla. 



MONROE 



N. C. 



4S9 



Photographers, Newspapers, Etc. 



Stephenson 
Studio : : 

416 North 
21st Street 

M. L. JVilson 

MANAGER 

Birmingham, Alabama 



High Class Portrait and 
Commercial Photography 



MODERN" PHOTOGRAPHY IX ALL ITS BRANCHES 



McGEE'S 
ARTSTUDIO 

McRae, Ga. 

Artistic : : 
Photographs 

Newest Methods 
Artificial Light- 
ing - - - - 
Studio Effect in 
Your Own Home 



Griffith's Studio 

L. B. Bodges 
Manager 

COVINGTON, VA. 

High Class Pho- 
tographic Work 
Developing Ko- 
dak Pictures a 

Specialty - - - 
Framing and En- 
larging - - - - 



When You Want 

FIRST CLASS 

Photographic 
Work : 

SEE 

G. A. MANN 

White Sulphur 
Springs, W. Va. 



D. F. MORGAN 
:: & SONS :: 

Rockingham, H. C. 

Photographer 

Commercial 
Work - - - - 
Portrait Work - 
Pictures Copied 
any Size Desired 
Prices Reasonab.e 



J. W. Scott 



G. & P. PHONE James Francis 



James F. Hughes & Co. 
PHOTOGRAPHY 

205 West Fayette St., - Baltimore, Md. 

Freeman & Hunt 

GOLD : MEDAL : PHOTOGRAPHERS 

We Photograph Anything, 
Anywhere, Any Time : : 

NORFOLK VIRGINIA 

WM. STERTZBACH 

Photographer 

Enlarging in Crayon, Postal and Water Colors 

AMATEUR WORK FINISHED 

208 High Street, phone 105 Portsmouth, Va. 



Bow den's Studio 

Athens, Georgia 

PORTRAITS, VIEWS AND COMMERCIAL FOTOS 

F. S. Hays, Photographer 

Abbeville :: :: :: :: South Carolina 

Photographs all Sizes. Pictures Copied 
for Lockets and Watches. Frames and 
Enlarged Pictures ::::'■ : : 

POSTCARDS AND KODAK FINISHING A SPECIALTY 



Established in 1895 

Official County and City Organ 

Guaranteed Circulation 

The Sentinel 

DAILY, MORNING 

Every day except Monday 

WEEKLY, THURSDAY 

Oldest and Largest in County 

The Best Adiertising Medium in 
Orange County 

WE DO ALL KINDS OF PRINTING 

ORLANDO, FLA. 



COURIER 
JOURNAL 



Issued Daily and Sunday 

Best Newspaper in the 
South or West 



LOUISVILLE 
KENTUCKY 



Tourez Bros., Tarpon Springs, Fla. 

PHOTOGRAPHERS 

Commercial and Portrait Work. Developing and Printing for 

Amateurs a Specialty 

Ask for Information regarding our Premium Plan 

S. W. DICKSON 

Sanford :: :: Florida 

ALL KINDS OF PHOTOGRAPHY. HOME PORTRAITURE 
A SPECIALTY 

GO ANYWHERE AT ANY TIME 

ENLARGEMENTS MADE FROM THE NEGATIVE 

JESSE A. RICHARDSON M -SSS_ESs" 

PORTRAITS, VIEWS AND COMMERCIAL WORK 

ALL WORK GUARANTEED 

Lawrenceville _____ Georgia 

FOLTZ STUDIOS 

1 1 1 Whitaker St. 
1 1 6 Bull St. -:- 



)avannal 



G 



eorgia 



PORTRAITS AND COMMERCIAL WORK 



490 



Cotton Oil Mill, Cotton Seed, Architect, Mattress, Etc. 



GROWERS 



Reduce Your Fertilizer Bill. Increase Your Crops in Quality and Quantity. Earlier 
Crops. All Humus and Plant Food. Build Up Your Land. No Odor, No Waste, 
No Experiment. Exclusive Manufacturers of this Patented Process in the State of 
Florida. System used by U. S. Government for Past Three Years. 



Write or Call for Full Information 



COMPOST FERTILIZERS 

Florida Soil Fertility Company, inc. 



805 Citizens Bank Building 



Tampa, Florida 



MAYER & GOETHE LAUNCH WORKS 



MANUFACTURERS OF 

MOTOR BOATS 



Do General Repairs and carry full line of Supplies 
Work Guaranteed 



THUNDERBOLT 



GEORGIA 



SAVE THE PIECES 

We put them back together good as new. Common 

Cast Iron welded, really melted at edges and united. 

"ANYTHING THAT MELTS" 

SOUTHERN MACHINE WORKS 

ALBANY - GEORGIA 

SAVANNAH MATTRESS COMPANY 

MANUFACTURERS AND RENOVATORS OF 

MATTRESSES, PILLOWS, ETC. 



DANIEL SIMMONS, Prop. 
Residence, 521 East Nicoll St. 

318-320 East Bay St. 



PHONE 3296 

SAVANNAH, GA. 



Portsmouth Fish Co. 


10 So. Church St. - Charlotte, N. C. 


First-Class 
Sea Food 


Direct from Norfolk Daily 


PROMPT DELIVERIES 
PROMPT SHIPMENTS 


PHONE 3088 - BRANCH PHONE 1412 



491 



Spring Water, Etc. 








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ft)p}&W§^sm 




Harris Springs 
Water Company 

Harris Springs, S. C. 



HARRIS SPRINGS WATER and 
HARRIS SPRINGS GINGER ALE 

The following is a list of diseases 
for which the celebrated Harris 
Springs Water is prescribed by 
physicians, and in the relief of 
which it has demonstrated its 
wonderful curative power in many 
thousands of cases during the 
past twenty years: 

Diseases of the Stomach and Bowels 
Diseases of the Kidneys and Bladder 
Diseases of the Liver and Bile Ducts 

Uric Acid Diseases 

Diseases of Women 



Write us for a booklet explaining 
the action of the Harris Springs 
Water in each of the above 
diseases. 



MADE WITH HARRIS SPRING WATER 



Harris Springs 
Water Company 

Harris Springs, S. C. 



492 



Liquor Dealers, Mineral Waters, Etc. 



T A T? A T C/^XTT? • wholesale and retail 

J. J\. rXvi^oWlNl H/ . • LIQUOR DEALER 


DISTRIBUTOR OF 


VAL BLATZ BREWING CO., BLATZ BEER, 


UNION, NEAR BEER, 


MILWAUKEE 


(Less than 2% Alcohol) 


1 Doz. Blatz Beer, F.O.B. Tampa $1 .50 


10 Doz. Lots - $8.00 


5 " " " F.O.B. " 0.75 




10 " " " F.O.B. " 12.00 


FALSONE'S OLD PRIVATE STOCK 


For five barrels or more, inquire for price. 


WHISKEY (90 Proof Blend) 


FRANK FEHR BREWING CO., 


1 Quart, F.O.B. Tampa - $1.25 


LOUISVILLE, KY. 


4 " F.O.B. " 4.50 


IDoz.Fehr'sExtraPaleF.O.B.TampaSl.OO 


12 " F.O.B. " - 11.00 


5 " " " " F.O.B. " 4.50 
10 " " " " F.O.B. " 9.00 

PILSNER BEER 


RED LION RYE WHISKEY 

1 Quart, F.O.B. Tampa - - $1.00 
4 " Delivered - - ■ '- 4.00 


1 Doz. Pilsner Beer F.O.B. Tampa $1 .00 


12 " " - 10.50 


5 " " " F.O.B. " 4.50 


Pints and Half Pints Delivered - 10 . 50 


10 " " " F.O.B. " 8.00 


1 Gallon Delivered - 3 . 85 


PHONE No. 667 


T A T? \ T CJ/~\1\T1? 2001-2003-2005-2007 Seventh Ave. 
J. J\» rrVL/OVJIN H/ YBOR CITY, FLA. 



Analysis of FLANIGAN MINERAL WATER from 
FLANIGAN MINERAL SPRINGS - AUBURN, GA. 



Mllli- Grains 
grams per 
per U.S. 
„ J Litre Gallon 

Soda (Na20) 16.50 

Potash (K20) 2.25 

Lime (CaO) 56.00 

Magnesia (MgO) 15.40 

Chlorine (C12) 1 60 

Sulphuric Anhydryde (S03).... 12.50 

Carbon Dioxide (C02) 65.83 

Phosphoric Anhydryde (P205) .Traces 
Oxide of Iron & Alumina 

(Fe203, A1203) 2.20 

Silica (S102) 46.70 

Organic and Volatile Matter. . . 4.20 

Total 223.18 

These acids and bases may be combined hypo- 

thetlcally as follows: 

Sodium Chloride (NaCl) 2.63 0.1533 

Sodium Sulphate (Na2SG4).... 22.18 1.2934 

Sodium Carbonate (Na2C03).. 9.26 0.5399 

Potassium Carbonate (K2C03). 3.30 0.1924 

Calcium Carbonate (CaC03). .100.00 5.8318 

Magnesium ( iarbonatei MgC03) 32.34 i.sSo'J 
Oxide of Iron & Alumina 

(Fe203, A1203) 2.20 0.12S2 

Silica (S102> 46.70 2 7234 

Organic and Volatile Matter... 4.20 2440 
Calcium Phosphate(Ca3(,P04)2 Traces 



Total 222. SI 12.9932 

Remarks: 

The above water may be classed as an alka- 
line water. The amounts of Carbonate of 
Lime, Carbonate of Soda and Sulphate of Soda 
are quite notable and sufficient to exercise a 
benehcial Influence when used under the direc- 
tion of a physician for the classes of disorders 
which this character of water is best suited. 
The use of such water as this would be Indi- 
cated In catarrhal conditions of the mucous 
membranes, rheumatism, gout, diabetes, etc. 
Respectfully submitted, 

McCANDLES LABORATORY. 
Atlanta, Ga. 



July 1st, 1913. 
Flanigan Mineral Springs Co., 

Auburn, Ga. 
Gentlemen: 

The analysis of your spring water shows it 
to be one of great Importance and valuable in 
any case where an alkaline mineral water is 
indicated. 1 am especially impressed with the 
surroundings of the spring and the fact that on 
account of the drainage being from an area 
which is uninhabited and not used for pasture, 
there is apparently no possibility of contami- 
nation of the water. I consider this of para- 
mount importance, because we have learned 
that water may become contaminated from a 
source quite a distance away. 

Many of the springs from which water is 
bottled are in fairly thickly settled localities, 
as I know from personal observation. 

I shall take pleasure in recommending your 
most excellent water in cases in which I deem 
it advisable. 

Yours very truly, 
ROY BLOSSEK, M.D. 
Atlanta Ga. 

Hoschton, Ga., June 29, 1913. 

I have examined the analysis of the Flanigan 
Mineral Spring Water, and the same shows 
that it should be useful in the treatment of 
diseases where an alkaline water is indicated. 
This water is palatable and free from any in- 
jurious organic matter. 

L. C. ALLEN, M.D. 
Lawrenceville. Ga., July 16, 1913. 

I am getting good results from the use of 
Flanigan 'S Mineral Water in eases of nephritis. 
M. T. JOHNSON, M.D. 
Winder. Ga., July 10, 1913. 
Flanican Mineral Springs Co., 

Auburn. Ga. 
Dear Sirs: 

I should judge from the analytical report of 
your mineral water that it contains a sufficient 
amount of minerals to exercise a benenclal 
inlluence in properly selected cases. 

With best wishes I am, Yours truly. 

S. T. ROSS, M.D. 



Winder. Ga., July 14, 1913. 
Flanigan Mineral Springs Co., 

Auburn, Ga. 
Gentlemen: 

I take very great pleasure in recommending 
your mineral water In the treatment of dis- 
eases where an alkaline water Is indicated. I 
consider it one of the best mineral waters on 
the market. 

J. T. WAGES, M.D. 



Flanigan Mineral Spring Co., 

Auburn, Ga. 

I am familiar with the Flanigan Mineral 
Spring Water and the surroundings at the 
springs, and It affords me pleasure to state the 
use of the water will prove most benehcial in 
cases of diabetes, rheumatism, Brlght's dis- 
ease and all diseases where an alkaline mineral 
water is needed. 

Respectfully, 
L. P. PHARR, M.D. 



College Park, Ga., June 30, 1913. 

Auburn, Ga., May 29, 1913. 
I wish to say a few words In regard to Flani- 
gan Mineral Water. After seeing the analvsls 
and knowing what it contains, I consider it 
one of the best Mineral Waters to be had. I 
am now recommending it to many of my 
patients. 

T. A. FOWLER. M.D. 



After seeing the analysis of the Flanican 
mineral water I consider it one of the best 
Alkaline Mineral Waters on the market, and 
can cheerfully recommend it in the treatment of 
those disorders in which an Alkaline Mineral 
Water is indicated. 

H. D. COFFEE, M. D„ Auburn. Ga. 



For further information regarding this water, write T. C. FLANIGAN, Auburn, Ga. 



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JACKSONVILLE - - - FLORIDA 

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CONSOLIDATED GROCERY COMPANY 



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C. B. ROGERS 

Vice-Presidents 

W. A. GALLAHER, 

E. A. CHAMPLAIN, 

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Sec'v & Treas. 

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Ass't Sec'y & Treas. 

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Provisions 

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The C. B. Rogers Co. 

and 

The Florida Grocery Co. 

of Jacksonville, Fla. 

and 

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JACKSON & TURNER 

LARGO, FLORIDA 

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The Kirkland Distributing Co. 

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AND FEED ^ULUMDIA, d. K,. ORDER HOUSE 

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Cotton Oil Mills, Corn Meal, Etc. 



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ALBANY MILLING COMPANY 



MOFAT 

(Molasses) 

Stock Feed 



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Our Specialty 

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Henderson 
Roller 

Mills 




Monroe, 

North 
Carolina 




GAINESVILLE 
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R. R. RICOU 



Telephone 36 



C. L. DANIEL 



COCA-COLA 



IE CLUB 



GINGER ALE 



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W. G. BOLTIX, Proprietor 
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HAY, GRAIN AND FERTILIZER 

FORT PIERCE, FLORIDA 

Telephone No. 0.? 

JO N S. McEACHERN SONS 

THE GRAIN STORE 
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Grain, Hay, Flour Meal, Guano and Truck Packages 

211 MARKET STREET 

WILMINGTON, N. C. 



A. W. JOHNSON 

GULF FISHERY 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL 
DEALER IN 

FRESH FISH 

Shipping Season From August to June 15 



The 

Alachua Bottling Works 

Wilton W. Thomas, Proprietor 

Manufacturer and Bottler of all Kinds of 

SOFT DRINKS 



Royal Ginger Ale and Tru-Cola Specialties 



CEDAR KEY 



FLORIDA ALACHUA 



FLORIDA 



Portsmouth Coal and Ice Company, Inc. 



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HAY, GRAIN AND MILL FEED 



J. S. MILLER, Manager 



PORTSMOUTH 



VIRGINIA 



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Canners 



RUGE BROS. CANNING CO. 



JOHN G. RUGE 
Treasurer and Manager • 

GEO. H. RUGE 
Vice-President 

HERMAN RUGE & SONS 
Financial Agents 



Apalachicola, Florida 



Established 1885 



ALL BRANDS REG. U. S. PAT. OFFICE 



BRANCH OFFICE: 

607 AMERICAN BUILDING 
BALTIMORE, MI). 




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PLANTS OF THE SOUTHERN ICE COMPANY 
AT POINTS ON S. A. L. RAILWAY. 



500 



Ice, Fertilizers, Sweet Potatoes 



L. M. LIVELY, President and Manager H 0. HILL, Secretary and Treasurer 

MIDDLE FLORIDA ICE COMPANY 

INCORPORATED 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

Pure Distilled Water Ice and Soda 

Mineral Water and Ginger Ale 

Coca-Cola Bottlers 

TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA 



Fifty years in \m \ T}T? O 1717 DTI 1*7170 C Thirty-five in 
business IVIAJT HiO T UK 1 1L.IZ-Hil\0 Florida 

Never more successful than to-day 
Get cur literature from 

J. R. TYSEN 

Agent in Jacksonville, Florida 

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our Manures and also about the most astonishing results we have achieved 
in restoring sickly, damaged and worn-out groves and failing vegetable crops. 

"WE ARE THE DOCTOR" 

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|F you live, or contemplate locating, in the South you must be interested in Sweet 
Potatoes. This crop has been one of my specialties for many years and I have 
introduced several of our most valuable varieties. Among them "Golden Beauty," 
which produced 756 bushels per acre. I grow millions of plants each year and send 
them to a dozen States. The quality of my stock is guaranteed to be the best. If 
you are in need of seed or plants write for prices. "Sweet Potato Growing in the 
South," price 25 cents, postpaid, and "Up-to-date Truck Growing in the South," post- 
paid $1.00, are two of my recent publications and may be had of the author on receipt of 
price. The former will be furnished free of charge to all purchasers of potato plants. 

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Foundries and Machine Shops 




C. W. WORTH, President B. O'NEILL, Treasurer 



B. W. NEWKIRK, Superintendent 



CAPE FEAR MACHINE WORKS 



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FOUNDERS 

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Sawyer-Fulford Revolving Scales and Sacking Machines 
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AMERICUS 



GEORGIA 



502 



Foundries, Machine Shops, Jewelers, Gas Companies, Etc. 



A. J. TEAGUE, President. 

Established 1853 



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HL'luillt 1902 



COLUMBUS IRON WORKS CO 

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JOLLY C& WYNNE JEWELRY CO. 

128 FAYETTEVILLE STREET 

All Kinds of Standard Railroad Watches On Hand All The Time. The Finest Stock of 
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Birmingham WeldinglJ. C& C. N. THOMAS 



AND 



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AUTOGENOUS WELDING 
OXY-ACETYLENE PROCESS 



118 South Twenty-Second Street 

BIRMINGHAM - - ALABAMA 



ESTABLISHED 1892 



JEWELERS 



AT THE SIGN OF THE BIG CLOCK 



22 Brought on St., West 

SAVANNAH GEORGIA 



503 



Official Watch Inspectors 







OF COURSE! 

DIAMONDS is our Specialty 

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WATCHES we carry the biggest Line 

We make Diamond Mountings to order, manu- 
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work guaranteed the best in the State 
for we are equipped for it. 

If you want right treatment see 

Owen-Cotter Jewelry Co. 

"The Diamond People" 

615 Franklin St., Tampa, Fla. 



G. W. Huggins 



Watchmaker, 



Jeweler a nd 
Railroad W atch 
Inspector - - 



105 MARKET STREET 
WILMINGTON, N. C. 



James Fricker & Brother 

Official Watch Inspectors 

Alabama Division, S. A. L. Railway 
Americus : : : Georgia 

We carry' a full assortment of 
Standard Railroad Watches 
guaranteed to pass inspection 
and to give perfect satisfaction 

We make a specialty of re- 
pairing Watches and guarantee 
our work :: :: :: :: :: :: 

Also do the Very Highest Class Engraving 

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We Solicit Your Patronage 

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JEWELERS 
AMERICUS GEORGIA 



WATCH INSPECTOR FOR SEABOARD. SOUTHERN AND 
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C. H. CASE 

Diamonds, Jewelry, 
Cut Glass and Silver 

WATCHES A SPECIALTY 



HIGH GRADE WATCH 

AND 

JEWELRY REPAIRING 



205 E. Main St. 
Durham, N. C. 



SIGMUND HESS 



MAURICE H. SLAGER 



HESS & SLAGER 
Diamonds, JVatches, Jewelry 

Official Watch Inspectors for 
all Railroads Entering City 

5 E. BAY ST. 241 W. BAY ST. 
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. 



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Druggists, Official Watch Inspectors 



COURT SQUARE PHARMACY 

412 Franklin Street, opposite Court House Tampa, Florida 

ORDERS BY MAIL SHIPPED THE SAME DAY RECEIVED 
CHIL-CO, a Great Malaria Specific, 25 Cents a Bottle 



T. H. EVANS 

JEWELER 

ORLANDO, ... - FLORIDA 



LOUIS N. DRAKE 




JEWELER 






1731 Blanding Street, : : : : : 


Columbia, S. 


C. 


Watch Inspector S. A. L. 






WATCHES .*. DIAMONDS .\ 


SILVERWARE 

■n at Reasonable Prices 


High Grade Repairing by Competent Workmt 





E. F. WOLFE W. K. WOLFE 

WOLFE BROTHERS 

235 WEST TRADE STREET 
:: CHARLOTTE, N. C. :: 

Jewelers • Engravers • Registered Opticians 

Watch Inspectors for Southern, Seaboard and 
Piedmont and Northern Railways 

WATCH REPAIRING OUR SPECIALTY 



A. E. BURNETT 

OCALA, FLORIDA 

Watchmaker and Jeweler 



EDISON PHONOGRAPHS AND RECORDS 



Local Examiner of Clocks and Watches A. C. L. and S. A. L. Railways 

505 



Cigar Manufacturers 




OFFICE AXD EXTERIOR VIEW OF FACTORY 



CUESTA, REY & CO., Manufacturers of Cigars 



TAMPA, FLORIDA 

Makers of the Famous Clear Havana Brands: 
LA FLOR DE CUESTA, REY & CO. PONCE DE LEON FAVORITA DE TAMPA 

EL ANCLO WHITE HEATHER Made in Sixty-Four Sizes 

ALSO SEE PAGE 48 

506 



LA UNICA 



Funeral Directors 



Samuel R. Grecnberg 



Edward F*. Bond 




Greenberg and Bond Company 

Funeral Directors 

Ambulance Chapel 



Bell Phone, Ivy 774 
Atlanta Phone, 774 



35 Houston Street 
Atlanta, Georgia 



ELIJAH HAND 

Furniture Dealer 
and Embalmer . . 



Hand Block, Pine Street 
Residence, Upstairs 



Orlando, Florida 



5"7 



Funeral Directors 



PHONE 218 RESIDENCE PHONE 3288-J 

WM. C. COOPER, Jr. 



Funeral Director and Embalmer 



114 Laura Street .'. JACKSONVILLE, FLA. 



PHONE 985 



M. R. GOODING 



Licensed Embalmer and Funeral Director 



Corner Florida Ave. and Tyler St. .". TAMPA, FLA. 



Leef Poultry Yard Breeders of Crystal White Orpingtons 

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Funeral Director and Embalmer 

Special Attention Paid to Long Distance Calls. Prices Moderate 

Corner Scott and Jefferson Sts. . ■ . TAMPA, FLA. 

508 



Funeral Directors 



CHOICE CUT FLOWERS 



CORSAGE BOUQUETS 
WEDDING BOUQUETS 



FLORAL DESIGNS ON SHORT NOTICE 



J. T. KEHELEY, Florist 



PHONE 346 



COLUMBUS, GEORGIA 



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TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA 



UNDERTAKERS AND 
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LICENSED EMBALMERS 
.-. .-. DAY OR XIGHT .-. .-. 



OFFICE PHONE 163 



RESIDENCE PHONE 222 



LONG DISTANCE PHONE 634 

"JOHN WOLF" 

Florist 

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Shipped to all the Adjoining 
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SAVANNAH, GEORGIA 



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Funeral Director 



PRIVATE AMBULANCE 



COLUMBUS, GEORGIA 



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Phones 223, 315 and 259, Ring 4 (Masonboro Sound) 



WILMINGTON, N. C 



509 



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AMBULANCE MAIN 9 



SHAW & SON 

Funeral Directors 



BIRMINGHAM 



ALABAMA 











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MONTGOMERY - - - ALABAMA 


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RICHARDSON'S NURSERY 

PHOXE 2011S 

FLOWERS FOR ALL OCCASIONS 

AND SHIPPED TO ALL 

PARTS OF THE SOUTH 

STORE 
Bull and Liberty Streets 



SAVANNAH 



GEORGIA 



FOX & WEEKS 

Phone Local and Lony Distance 37S 

FUNERAL DIRECTORS 
AND EMBALMERS 

112 Liberty Street, West 

SAVANNAH - GEORGIA 

"Private Ambulance" 




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Funeral Directors and Florists 



S. D. HARRIS 

Funeral Director and Embalmer 



LADY ATTENDANT 



Corner Central Ave. and 7th St. 
ST. PETERSBURG - FLA. 



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Funeral Directors and Embalmers 

26 North Second Street 
WILMINGTON, N. C. 

& & €3 PHONE 129 t» & & 



OPEN DAY and NIGHT Phone 2455 


BLOUNT 


cs. 


TURNER 


FUNERAL DIRECTORS 
AND EMBALMERS 


309 Harrison St. :: TAMPA, FLA. 



WILL REHDER 



FLORIST and DECORATOR 



PHONES: Office 46, Residence 1009 



IS) 

We Carry 
Everything 

in the 
Florist's Line 

& 




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Special 
Attention 
Paid to 
Out-of-Town 
Shipments 



Corner Ninth and Red Cross Streets 



WILMINGTON, N. C. 



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Funeral Directors and Florists 



J. W. McCormick 

Undertaker and 
Embalmer 



FIRST CLASS 

Motor Ambulance 
Service 



PHONE 365 



1217 Hampton Street, Columbia, S. C. 



ESTABLISHED 1SS4 



THE BARCLAY 



:AND = 



BRANDON CO. 

Funeral Directors 
and Embalmers 

New $5000 Auto 
Ambulance 



PHONE IVY 788 PHONE IVY It 

ATLANTA PHONE 788 



246 Ivy Street - Atlanta, Georgia 



L. J. HAY 

Funeral Director 
and Embalmer 



Private Ambulance 

DAY AND NIGHT PHONE 252 L. F. WARLICK. Manager 

ALBANY - - - GEORGIA 

E. SEABROOK 

Funeral Director 
and Embalmer 



Coffins, Caskets and 
Burial Robes 

OFFICE PHOXE 2100 

514 West Broad Street - Savannah, Georgia 

ED. GORDON CO. 

Funeral Directors 
and Embalmers 



TELEPHONE 1539 



325 W. Forsyth Street - Jacksonville, Fla. 



WEDDING FLOWERS 



FUNERAL DESIGNS 



BLICK, florist 

GREENHOUSES IN LINDENWOOD 
FLOWERS SHIPPED TO ANY POINT 



PHONES 380, 3S1 NIGHT PHONE 300 
(BRANCH STORE, PENDER ARCADE) 



117 Plume Street 



Norfolk, Virginia 



512 



Funeral Directors and Florists 



ALBERT GOETTE 

UNDERTAKER 
AND EMBALMER 

Calls Answered at all Hours 

RESIDENCE AND BUSINESS 
315 BROUGHTON STREET, EAST 

PHONE 127 



SAVANNAH 



GEORGIA 




SCHOLTZ, THE FLORIST, INC. 

Carnations, Roses, Violets, Palms and Pot Plants 
Decorations Solicited 



306 NORTH TRYON STREET 

STOKE 'PHONE 1443 



CHARLOTTE 



NORTH CAROLINA 



A. C. Oelschig & Sons 

FLORISTS 

CUT FLOWERS, ARTISTIC FLORAL DESIGNS 
DECORATING A SPECIALTY 

NURSERY, THUNDERBOLT ROAD 

OPPOSITE CATHOLIC CEMETERY 

PHONE 496 

STORE, 147 BULL STREET 

PHOXE 22.52 



SAVANNAH 



GEORGIA 



Z. A. HOVIS & SON 

FUNERAL DIRECTORS 
AND EMBALMERS 

230 N. TRYON STREET 

PHONE 832 



CHARLOTTE 



N. C. 



T. F. LEAK, SR., President T. F. LEAK, JR., Sec'y & Treas. 

Leak Undertaking Co. 



INCORPORATED 



ESTABLISHED 1870 



MONTGOMERY 



ALABAMA RALEIGH 



Americus Undertaking 
Company 

NAT LE MASTER, Manager 

FUNERAL DIRECTORS 
AND EMBALMERS 

DAY PHONES 88 AND 831 NIGHT PHONES 80 AND 136 

421 JACKSON STREET 

AMERICUS - - - GEORGIA 

G. A. STRICKLAND 

FUNERAL DIRECTOR 
AND EMBALMER 

128 EAST MORGAN STREET 

PHONE 705 



NORTH CAROLINA 



5i3 



Funeral Directors, Tailors, Etc. 



I have a Cleaning and Pressing Establishment 
Connected with ray Tailoring Plant 

Martin O'Meara 

Merchant Tailor 

In the New King Block 

All the Novelties in Men's Clothes 
on Hand 

JOHNSON CITY, TENNESSEE 

WHEN IN JACKSONVILLE SEE 

The Metropolitan Tailoring 
and Cleaning Company 

L. Steinberg, Proprietor 

Good Clothes Maker 

220-228 West Forsyth St. 
Phone 2964 Jacksonville, Fla. 

WE ARE ON THE JOB FOR QUICK WORK 



Cone -:- -:- 
Undertaking 
Company 



Fortune and 
Marion Sts. 



Tampa, 
Florida 



Phone 179 



Ambulance Service 



Ortloff 
...TAILOR... 



34 West 33d Street, New York 

Room 1120 



HERMAN ORTLOFF 



Telephone 
Madison Square 4745 



Moulton & Kyle 



Phone 186 



Chapel, Ambulance Service 

Funeral 
Directors 

40-42 W. Forsyth St. 
Jacksonville, Fla. 



Store Phone 861 Garden Phone 611 

Residence Phone 5375 

We Grow the Flowers We Sell 



Newton 

Floral 

Corporation 

Florist 



318 Granby Street 

Norfolk, Virginia 

Greenhouses : 
Campostella Heights 



514 



Tailors, Safe Experts, Fruit Growers, Etc. 



CRAIG BROS. CO. 



239 West Bay St. 



JACKSONVILLE, FLA. 



Everett Block 



MEN'S FINE CLOTHING 



Furnishings, Hats and Umbrellas 



Agents for DUNLAP HATS 
EARL & WILSON and MANHATTAN SHIRTS 



WILLIAM KRUSE 

Merchant Tailor 



Phone No. j6o 



P. 0. Box 711 



203 Madison St., TAMPA, FLA. 



DR. FRED B. SUTHERLAND 

THROAT, NOSE AND EAR 

40 E. 41st ST. NEW YORK, N. Y. 

FRANK E. NELSON 

PHONE 295 

SAFE EXPERT, GUNSMITH, LOCKSMITH 

1427 Franklin Street, TAMPA. FLA. 



D. W. SWICORD 

WHOLESALE DEALER IN 

EARLY VEGETABLES 

CABBAGE IN CAR LOTS A SPECIALTY 

Manager of Coleman Truck Growers Association 
Largest Cabbage Dealer in Florida 



I Codes j g ak ? r ' s , and 

1 I Revised Economy 



COLEMAN, FLA. 



JOHN FORSYTH 



22 West 34th Street 
NEW YORK, N. Y. 



High Class Gents' Furnishings 



515 



Gents' Furnishings, Clothing, Etc. 



MEN'S FASHION SHOP 



■•"tdz^&t+u., 



COURT ARCADE 




The 

Real Bench Tailors 

and Hatters 



Not How Cheap 
But How Good 



TAMPA, FLORIDA 



Henry Giddens Clothing Co. 



TAMPA 



FLORIDA 



Sell only the best lines of Clothing and Fur- 
nishings in the market to-day, such as Rogers 
Peet Co. Clothing, House of Kuppenheimer 
Clothing, Hannan CBi, Son's Shoes, Jno. B. 
Stetson Hats and many other standard lines. 



o411 purchases delivered free by 
Parcel Post or Express 



Henry Giddens Clothing Co. 



TAMPA 



FLORIDA 



:i6 



Nurseries 




GROVES AND ORCHARDS 
In full bearing all through the South and Gulf 
Coast country, Mexico, Panama and the West India 
Islands, arc standing advertisements for our trees. 

TREES THAT GROW AND BEAR 

Our ideal soil and climate enable us to grow to 
perfection trees and plants such as Figs, Grapes, 
Oranges, Grapefruit, Peaches, Pears, Plums, Pecans, 
Japan Persimmons. Mulberries, Shade Trees, Rose- 
bushes and Ornamental Shrubbery. 

PECAN TREES 
There is nothing better to plant in the South 
provided the right kind are pLmted. We grow that 
kind. Our soil is ideal for both growth of top as 
well as the best of root system for transplanting. 



PROMPT ATTENTION IS OUR MOTTO 

All orders are dug fresh from the Nurseries and 
shipped promptly on receipt of orders. 

CATALOGUE FREE 

Be sure to write for one before you place your 
order elsewhere. Long Distance 'phone in office. 
Call McClenny for connection. 

TURKEY CREEK NURSERY CO. 

McClenny, Florida 

C. F. Barber, Pres. 

J. E. Barber, Sec'y and Treas. 



FLORIDA NURSERIES 

W. W. BASSETT, Proprietor 

Monticello, : : : : : Florida 

GROWERS OF CHOICE 




PECAN 








HAF 
WHOLE 


AND 

IDY CITRUS FRUIT TP 

We supply both the 

SALE AND RETAIL 


.EES 
TRADE 




Write for Information and Prices 





517 



Nurseries 



GLEN ST. MARY NURSERIES 




Taber's Trees and Plants do Best; 
Grown in the South for the South 

"Quality" Orange and Grapefruit Trees 
PLUMS, PEACHES, PERSIMMONS, PECANS 




GLEN SAINT MARY 



FLORIDA 



513 



Nurseries, Livestock, Tailor, Etc. 



Simpson Nursery Company 

MONTICELLO, FLA. 



WHOLESALE GROWERS 

OF - 

GRAFTED AND BUDDED 

PECAN TREES 

SATSUMA ORANGE TREES 



Satisfaction Guaranteed 



Write Us for Prices 



Jefferson County 
Pecan & Livestock Co. 

Monticello, Florida 



FARMS FOR SALE 

Pecan Groves For Sale 

Nursery Stock 
That is True to Name 



Write for information about Middle Florida for 

Homes, Farms, Pecans, Livestock, 

Melons, Hay and Other Crops 

W. W. CARROLL, Gen'l Manager 

MEADE H. LOVE, Quincy, Florida, President 
C. T. CARROLL, Monticello. Florida, Sec'y & Treasurer 



Eleven Hundred Acres Planted in 

HITES EARLY IMPROVED 
TOOLE COTTON SEED 

on our places produced in 1913 nine hundred 
bales (five hundredweight) of Lint Cotton 

We offer our #1 seed sacked here at $1.25 per 

bushel. A slightly mixed seed at §1.00 per 

bushel. Special prices in large lots 



The Mayfield Plantations 

Denmark South Carolina 

YOU ARE CORDIALLY INVITED TO INSPECT 
OUR SELECTION OF EXCLUSIVE 

IMPORTED SUITINGS 



TOM DAMATO 

MERCHANT TAILOR 

PHOXE 1S43 

25 W. Forsyth St. JACKSONVILLE, FLA. 



519 



Nurseries, Etc. 



SUMMIT NURSERIES 

MILLER (SI GOSSARD, Proprietors 

CHOICE NURSERY STOCK, SPECIALISTS IN NUT TREES 

HARDY ORANGES ON HARDY STOCK AND 

FIELD-GROWN GRAFTED ROSES 



MONTICELLO 



FLORIDA 




Beautify your homes with ornamentals. Enhance the value of your farms and make them profitable by 
setting orchards. Start right by procuring dependable trees and plants from the SUMMIT NURSER- 
IES. We are extensive growers of Grafted Pecan Trees, Satsuma Orange, Pomelo and other Citrus 
stock. Also a general line of plants adapted to the South. Our prices are reasonable. Our stock the 
best that skill and scientific methods can produce. 

Write for our Catalogue A. 

SUMMIT NURSERIES 

MILLER (Sb GOSSARD, Proprietors 

MONTICELLO, FLORIDA 



520 



Fruit and Produce Buyers, Seed Dealers, Fruit and Vegetable Growers 



We Devote Our Entire Time to Melons in Season We Use Revised Economy Code. Long Distance Phone 6 

References: Atlanta National Bank, Produce Reporter Co., Dun's Agency 



T. F. GOODWYN C& CO. 

FRUIT AND PRODUCE BUYERS 
BROKERS AND COMMISSION 

BONDED BROKERS 



Office, 28 Inman Building 



ATLANTA, GA. 



ESTABLISHED 1880 R. L. EATON, Pres. 

Reference: Jefferson County State Bank, Monticello, Fla. 

GIRARDEAU 
SEED CO . 

The two largest melons ever produced in 
the world grown from our seed 

Contract Growers of New and Choice Varieties of 

WATERMELON AND 
CANTALOUPE SEED 

SPECIALTIES 

Cow Peas, Velvet Beans, Beggarweed 

Seed, Budded Pecan Trees 

Pecan Nuts 



MONTICELLO 



FLORIDA 



A. G. LILES 

PALMETTO : : FLORIDA 

Grower and Shipper of 

Fruits and 
Vegetables 



Also Dealer in 



Real Estate 

HAVE A NUMBER OF GROVES 
AND VEGETABLE FARMS FOR 
SALE ON EASY TERMS 



521 



Produce and Commission Merchants, Fruit and Vegetable Shippers 



G. W. JUDY 



A. J. KXIGHT 



G. W. JUDY & COMPANY 

WHOLESALE 

PRODUCE AND COMMISSION 
MERCHANTS 

DISTRIBUTORS OF 
FLORIDA FRUITS AND VEGETABLES 
DEALERS IN CRATE MATERIAL ' 

REFERENCES 

DUN'S AND BRADSTREET'S 

FIRST NATIONAL BANK 

SALES AGENTS, ARMOURS' FERTILIZERS 

OFFICE AND SALESROOMS 

1306 and 13C8 Franklin Street 

PHONES 53 AND 7.5 
Revised Economy Code 

WAREHOUSES 
Hendry & Knight Terminals Cuba and Lozano Streets 



TAMPA 



FLORIDA 



JOE THOMAS 



GROWERS, PACKERS, BROKERS 

AND 
GENERAL SHIPPER OF 

FRUITS AND EARLY 
VEGETABLES 



PLANT CITY - - FLORIDA 



CRENSHAW 


BROS. 

WHOLESALE 


& 


SAFFOLD 


Fruits and Pre 


)duce Commission M 


erchants 


EXPORTERS OF 


EGGS 






We 


iperate the largest private cold storage plant in the South and solicit consignments of Emits and 
Produce. PROMPT and careful attention guaranteed all shipments. 
Located on Seaboard Air Line Tracks. 




ROUTE All Shipments S. A. L. Ry. 


TAMPA 


FLORIDA 



Fruit and Vegetable Growers and Shippers, Fertilizers and Poultry Farms 




VIEW OF SLIGH'S PACKING HOUSES, ORLANDO, FLORIDA 



The Corbett Company 

Commission Merchants and Manufacturers Agents 

Meat, Lard, Flour, Grain and Sugar 

NUTT AND BRUNSWICK STREETS 
WILMINGTON, NORTH CAROLINA 




Thoroughbred Rhode Island 
Reds and While Leghorns 

Eggs for Hatching Stock, 
for Sale : : ; : : : ; : ; 

Da y Old Chicks 
Our Specialty 

FREE CATALOGUE 

Lakemont Poultry Farms 

Incorporated 

Winter Park, Fla. 



0-J 



Cigars, Tobacco, Fertilizers, Etc. 



En Route, at Home, or Abroad 



GET THE BEST 




I M 



SMOKE THE IMP 

An all Habana Cigar for Five Cents 

AROMATIC REFRESHING 
DELICIOUS 



The I M P, Made by ARGUELLES Y CA. 

Clear Habana Cigars 



MANUFACTURERS OF 



TAMPA :: :: :: :: :: :: :: :: :: FLORIDA 




PEARSALL 
& COMPANY s 

Wilmington, N. C. 



MANUFACTURERS OF 



*£* 



High Grade 
Fertilizers 




WE ARK BUILDING A REPUTATION OX QUALITY 

JEFFERSON SUMATRA TOBACCO PLANT 

II. A. BARROWS. Manager 

MONTICELLO :: :: FLORIDA 

Growers and Packers of High Grade Florida, Sumatra and Havana Leaf 



OUR MOTTO: "Utmost Care — Painstaking Methods — Finest Product ' 

524 



Dry Goods, Drugs, Etc. 



THE BENTLEY-GRAY DRY GOODS CO. 

TAMPA, FLORIDA 

DRY GOODS NOTIONS FURNISHING GOODS 



Wholesalers of Superior 
Quality Merchandise. 

Pioneer Importers and 

Jobbers Laces, Embroidery, 

Hosiery, Etc. Dolls, Toys, 

Games, Novelties. 



A^ 


A&L 


m 

ill 


SB 




Z3 *fet? ili*^lMm l^t » 







Our Magnificent Building, 
One of the finest in the state. 

Four stories, 29,250 square 
feet of floor space. Situated 
in the heart of the business 
district of the City of Tampa. 



TAMPA IS THE DISTRIBUTING POINT FOR SOUTH FLORIDA TERRITORY, NECESSARILY 
LOWER FREIGHT PREVAILS. SHIP FROM TAMPA. 



TAMPA DRUG COMPANY 



Cor. Florida and Washington Streets 




Tampa, Florida 

Wholesale Druggists and Manu- 
facturing Pharmacists. 

We carry a complete line of 
Druggists' Sundries, School 
Supplies, Fountain Supplies. 

OUR SPECIALTY: 

"DRIVE- EM -OUT" 

Guaranteed to drive out 
Mosquitoes and all Insects. 

Send us an order — We can supply 
your wants. 



525 



Chemicals, Glass, Paints, Oils, Etc. 



THE UNITED CHEMICAL CO. 

Successors to Pinole Chemical Co. 

Theydie, Disinfectants, Insecticides, Dips, Tree and Vegetable Sprays 

P. O. Box 477 Phone 151 707 Twiggs Street, TAMPA, FLA. 

The goods we manufacture are guaranteed to do what we claim for them, or money refunded. 

Our household necessity is an insect exterminator and disinfectant and is guaranteed to clear the house and poultry 
yard of all obnoxious pests and disease germs. Ask your dealer for Theydie and do not accept a substitute that is 
reported to be just as good under some other name. 

Theydie is indispensable both for trees and vegetables. It is our duty to tell you that Theydie is the only sure 
and safe white fly exterminator as well as for other insects, scale, blight, etc, Theydie has been tested where trees 
have been given up to die with the white fly, surprisingly. Theydie restored them to be as green and full of foliage 
as before. Unlike other tree spray, with Theydie it is not necessary that the trees be sprayed more than once in one 
or two years; if properly gone over, once in two years is sufficient. The second and third year you will be more than 
surprised to see how Theydie improves the fruit; the trees will be free from scale and rust, the fruit will also be much sweeter. 

Not only will Theydie kill white fly, scale, spiders, prevent blight, rust, foot rot, dry rot and all other disease germs 
pertaining to the tree life, but Theydie is also highly recommended for plants, shrubbery flowers, etc. If you are the 
owner of a grove, plants or shrubbery, you cannot afford to be without Theydie, for the cost of same is nothing compared 
to the benefit of your fruit trees, also you will get a higher price for nice, clean fruit, which you already know. Why wait 
until tomorrow to order ? Order today and improve the condition of your trees, fruit, vegetables, etc. You need not 
send any money with your order. 

Order now and pay for the goods after you find them to be perfectly satisfactory. Can any proposition be fairer ? 
We could not afford to make such an offer if we did not know for a fact just what Theydie will do. 

After you have once used Theydie you will never be without it. 

Kindly give us your order and we will make prompt shipment, and you will never regret the expenditure of so little 
money for such beneficial and profitable results. 

Very truly yours, 

THE UNITED CHEMICAL CO.. 

Successors to Pinole Chemical Co., 

Box 477, 707 Twiggs St., Tampa, Fla. 



All Kinds Glass 

For Buildings. 

Bent, Mirror 

Plates, Etc. 



H. L. BENNETT 

PHILADELPHIA Warehouse 

Office. 383 Bourse PA. 409 Commerce St. 






526 



Colleges, Etc. 



Florida State College for Women 



Are you preparing for the County examina- 
tion? Do you desire a better position? Last 
year we placed two hundred of our students 
in good positions. 

The Florida State College for Women 

offers the best courses and the best facilities 
in Florida for the training of women teachers. 

Summer School for Teachers, June 15 to August 8, 1914 

No Tuition, No Fees 

Board $ 1 3.50 per month, for Spring Review 
Term; $4.00 per week for Summer Term. 

Florida teachers by regular attendance and 
diligent study at the Summer School can 
secure a year's extension of their unexpired 
certificates. 

For further information address, 

Dr. Edward Conradi, President, or 

Prof. N. M. Salley, Dean of the Normal School 



TALLAHASSEE 



FLORIDA 



527 



Colleges, Newspapers 



COLUMBIA COLLEGE 

A. P. MONTAGUE, President 

A Co-Eductional Institution 
of high grade; teachers 
trained in the best colleges; 
thorough courses in College 
Studies, Music, Art, Ex- 
pression and Business. 

A Christian College in which 
the faculty are Christian men 
and women and the moral 
influences are excellent. 

Handsome Buildings and a Beautiful Campus 



LAKE CITY 



FLORIDA 



MACON DAILY 
TELEGRAPH 

Daily Average Circulation 
Six Months to September 30, 1913 

16,652 



MACON 


- - - - - GEORGIA 


THE 


KNOXVILLE 


SENTINEL 



ONE OF THE BIG NEWSPAPERS OF 
THE SOUTH REGARDED AS 
HIGH TONED AND RELIABLE 

"East Tennessee's Only Metropolitan Newspaper" 



KNOXVILLE 



TENNESSEE 



THE JOURNAL & 
TRIBUNE CO. 



COVERS KNOXVILLE 



AND 



EAST TENNESSEE 



LARGEST CIRCULATION 
GUARANTEED 



KNOXVILLE 



TENNESSEE 



THE AGE-HERALD 



ALABAMA'S GREATEST NEWSPAPER 



Circulation Greater than all other 
dailies in Alabama combined 



BIRMINGHAM 



ALABAMA 



THE BRISTOL HERALD 



COURIER 



THE BRISTOL PUBLISHING CORPORATION 

Publishers 

Full Associated Press Repot ts 



BRISTOL 



VIRGINIA 



528 



Newspapers, Etc. 



The Ledger -Dispatch 

Norfolk, Va. 



THE LEDGER-DISPATCH occupies 
the exclusive Afternoon field. It 
carries more local, foreign and 
classified Advertising than any other 
paper published in Virginia. It has the 
largest circulation of any other paper 
published in Tidewater, with SI per 
cent, of its distribution local, of which 
70 per cent, is delivered by carrier. 



Published Every Evening Except Sunday 

WRITE FOR SUBSCRIPTION AND 
ADVERTISING RATES 



Th e MORNING HERALD 



115 MARKET STREET 



Every Morning Except Monday 



DURHAM 



NORTH CAROLINA 



THE STATE 

Largest Circulation 

of Any 

South Carolina 

Daily 



The Atlanta Journal 

DAILY 

SUNDAY 

SEMI -WEEKLY 

"The Journal Covers Dixie Like the Dew" 



ATLANTA 



GEORGIA 



THE CONSTITUTION 
PUBLISHING CO. 

ATLANTA, GEORGIA 

The Atlanta Constitution is the standard newspaper of 

the South, the leading paper of Georgia and the 

only morning paper published in Atlanta 

Write For Subscription and Advertising Rates 



THE ADVERTISER CO., Props. 

THE MONTGOMERY 
ADVERTISER 



ESTABLISHED 1828 



The Leading Alabama Paper in News, Influence and 
Circulation 



MONTGOMERY 



ALABAMA 



The 

Florida Times Union 

ADAMS AND CEDAR STREETS 
of post office JAl_N.oUli VILLLj rLA. 



THE FLORIDA PUBLISHING CO. 

Publishers 



COLUMBIA 



SOUTH CAROLINA DAILY AND SUNDAY 



529 



Newspapers, Fertilizers, Lumber, Etc. 



The Baltimore News 



EVERY EVENING 
DAILY AND SUNDAY 

THE MUNSEY NEWSPAPERS 

THE BALTIMORE NEWS 

Munsey Building 

THE NEW YORK PRESS THE WASHINGTON TIMES 

7-1 1 Spruce Street Munsey Building 

THE PHILADELPHIA TIMES 

612 Chestnut Street 

MUNSEY BUILDING, BALTIMORE, MD. 



SAVANNAH 
MORNING NEWS 

The Leading Daily Newspaper 
of Savannah and South Georgia 

ISSUED EVERY DAY 
IN THE YEAR 



SAVANNAH 



GEORGIA 



THE SARASOTA 
TIMES 



SARASOTA, FLA. 



Advertising Rates 
on Application 



Job Work 
Neatly Done 



L. L. PAYNE, President T. P. WARLOW, Sec'y-Treas. 

A. L. BECK, Vlee-Prest & Gen! Mgr. 

A. L. Beck Lumber Co. 



(Owned and Operated by The Southern Fertilizer Co.) 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

KILN-DRIED LUMBER AND 
BUILDING MATERIAL 

ORLANDO .... FLORIDA 



The Morning Star 

PUBLISHED DAILY AT S6.00 PER YEAR 
S3.00 FOR SIX MONTHS 

BY THE 

WILMINGTON STAR COMPANY 

WILMINGTON, N. C. 

Oldest Daily in the State 

CIRCULATION 

Much larger than that of any other Daily Newspaper 
published in Wilmington. 

This claim has never been challenged by any competing 
Newspaper. 

THE 
DAILY PICAYUNE 

NEW ORLEANS, LA. 

The Home Newspaper of Louisiana 
and Mississippi 

PUBLISHED DAILY, SUNDAY AND 
"TWICE-A-WEEK" 

Advertising results and reliability of its news have made 
the PICAYUNE the standard in its locality. 

THE METROPOLIS 



Jacksonville 
Florida 

JACKSONVILLE'S 

ONLY 

EVENING 

NEWSPAPER 

L. L. PAYNE. President T. P. WARLOW. Secy & Trcas. 

A. L. BECK. Vice-President 

The Southern Fertilizer 



Company 



MANUFACTURERS OF FERTILIZERS 

Importers of and Dealers in all Kinds of Fertilizer Materials 

ANY DESIRED FORMULA MIXED 
ORLANDO ---- FLORIDA 



530 



Harness, Fruit and Vegetable Growers and Shippers, Fish, Farm Products, Etc. 





LOVICK R. MARTIN. Pre.. W. W. MARTIN. Sec and Trc 



Allen Manufacturing Co. 



Exclusive Manufacturers of the Celebrated 

"GIT DAP," Farmer's Friend, Mogul, 

Clarke's Special, Giant and Cavalier 

Cotton Fibre Filled 



HORSE COLLARS 



They Cure and Prevent 
Sore Neck 



LAWRENCEVILLE 



GEORGIA 



W. R. HODGES 

Wholesale Fish and 
Oyster Dealer 

Diamond-Back Terrapin and 
Green Turtle 

GASOLINE LAUNCHES FOR HIRE 



CEDAR KEY 



FLORIDA 



C. E. HOWARD 

PHOTOGRAPHIC STUDIO 

Commercial Views, Water and Oil ORLANDO 

Coloring, Frames, Kodaks, Artis- 
tic Portraits, Kodak Finishing FLORIDA 

J. SPEER & COMPANY 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN 

Farm Products, Poultry, Eggs, Fertilizer, Feed, Etc. 

Local and Long Distance Telephone Connections 
GROWERS OF STRAWBERRIES AND POTATOES 

MAXVILLE .... FLORIDA 



E. B. PETER 

Grower and Shipper of Florida 
Fruits and Vegetables 



CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED 



LEESBURG 



FLORIDA 



J. F. SULLIVAN 

WHOLESALE 

Fish and Oysters 



ALL ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO 



209-211 Bay Street, West, Savannah, Georgia 



531 



Real Estate, Orange and Grapefruit Groves. 



Timber and Colonization Lands 

Improved Farms 

Orange and Grapefruit Groves 

City Property 

Southern Investments 




AVING traveled for many years through every 
County in the State, with twenty years' experience 
in farming and fruit growing in South Florida, I 
selected the highlands (or as many people of the flat country 
call it, the MOUNTAIN region) of Pasco County as the best 
section for a home in the State, where I have resided for the 
past twenty-two years. 

There are many beautiful locations in Florida which have 
taken me all these years to find, and would cost you a good 
deal in time and money in search of them. Then, why not let 
me save you this expense by letting me know your wants? 



I. A. WOODS 



DADE CITY 



FLORIDA 



532 



Financial Institution, Photographers, Newspapers, Etc. 



THE NORFOLK VIRGINIAN THE DAILY PILOT 

Established 1S65 Established 1804 

THE NORFOLK LANDMARK 
Established 1S73 



Virginian-Pilot 

and 

The Norfolk Landmark 
NORFOLK :: :: VIRGINIA 



CIRCULATION 

23,000 30,000 

Daily Sundays 



L. D. STARKE, President 
W. S. WILKINSON, Treas. R. E. TURNER, Gen'l Mgr- 



ANDREW 
STUDIO 

JAS. G. ANDREW - MANAGER 

PHO TOGRAPHERS 

ATLANTA, GEORGIA 



PORTRAITS, VIEWS 

AND COMMERCIAL WORK 

FLASHLIGHTS AND INTERIORS 



Phone Main 2934 83 V> Whitehall Street 



NATIONAL BANK OF ABBEVILLE 

ABBEVILLE, S. C. 



Capital 
Surplus 



$75,000.00 
$30,000.00 



This Bank does a regular banking business 
Collections given prompt attention 
Interest paid on time certificates of deposit 
Strong, progressive, yet conservative 
We invite vour business 



J. ALLEN SMITH, President 



H. G. SMITH, Cashier 



THE TIMES 
Founded 1886 

THE DISPATCH 
Founded 1850 

Consolidated January 26, 1903 



THE TIMES DISPATCH 

RICHMOND, VA. 

It is Supreme in Virginia 
Published Every Morning in the Year 

The Hale Studio 

Over Cash Drug Store 
CORDELE, GA. 

Up to Date in All Kinds 
of Work 

Photographs in All th? 
Latest Styles and Finishes 

ENLARGING 

Nothing too Good for Our Customer 



533 



Colleges, Etc. 



UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA 



A. A. MURPHREE, LL. D., President 



GAINESVILLE 



FLORIDA 




A GROUP OF UNIVERSITY BUILDINGS 

(1) Ceo. Pcabody Hall, completed June I, '13. (2) University Commons. (3) Agricultural Hall. (4) Language Hall. 

(5) Science Hall. (6) Two Student Dormitories (Buckman and Thomas). 

(7) Agricultural Experiment Station. (8) Engineering Hall. 

THE MOST MODERN UNIVERSITY IN THE SOUTH 

Although established in 1905, three hundred and twenty-two young men attended from twenty -one 
States and foreign countries in 1913. Sixty -one officials, instructors and assistants. 

EIGHT COLLEGES AND DIVISIONS, VIZ: 

( I J College of Arts and Sciences. (2) College of Agriculture. (3) College of Engineering. (4) College of Law. 

(5) Teachers' College. |6) School of Graduate Studies. (7) Agricultural Experiment Station. (8) University 

Extension Division, embracing Farmers' Institutes. Girls' and Boys' Tomato and Corn Clubs. 

Correspondence Study. Lecture Bureau, etc. 

For Catalogue or Information Address 

THE REGISTRAR, UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA, GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA 



534 



Iron Works, Lumber, Photographers, Etc. 




«£** W. W. KOCH, *2£Z 



Phone 346 
Phone 360 



Wilmington, N. C. 



manufacturer of and Dealer in 

"tesfflsra^ cypress lumber and shingles 



Opposite Hilton Park 



T. P. ROBINSON photo g rapher 

VIEWS AND PORTRAITS 
Real Estate Views and Commercial Work 



Watkins Block 



ORLANDO, FLA. 



J.A.HERR0N 


WILSON 


Piedmont, Ala. 


STUDIO 


Photo Studio 


Ronceverte, W. Va. 


Portrait Work 


First Class Work 


a Specialty 


Commercial Work 


Reasonable Prices 


Prices Reasonable 



ESTABLISHED 1845 



JANNEY & COMPANY, IRON WORKS 



MONTGOMERY, ALABAMA 




GRATEBARS, ENGINES, ARCHITECTURAL IRON WORK, SASH WEIGHTS, 
ASH PIT DOORS AND DUMPS, KILN WHEELS, BOILER FRONTS, CASTINGS 
COTTON SEED CRUSHER ROLL GRINDING AND MACHINERY REPAIRS 



0J3 



Phosphate Mining, Etc. 




The Holder Phosphate Co. 

INVERNESS - - - FLORIDA 



Miners of High Grade 



Hard Rock Phosphate 



536 



Ginning Machinery, Cotton Presses, Etc. 



J. L. CHAMBERS, Pres't & Treas. 



F. B. McDOWELL, V. Pres't. 



W. E. CHAMBERS, Scct'y. 



LIDDELL COMPANY 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

IMPROVED GINNING MACHINERY 
COTTON PRESSES, ENGINES 
BOILERS, SAW MILLS 
PULLEYS (S, SHAFTING 

ALSO DO 

GENERAL MACHINE WORK 




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LINE RAILROAD AND CHURCH STREET 

SPECIALTIES: 

The Liddell Automatic Engines, The Liddell 
Slide Valve Engines, The Improved New Era 
Boiler, Improved Cleaning Devices, for Cotton 
Gins, The Liddell Saw Mills, Cotton and Yarn 
Presses, Liddell Angle Drive Gins 



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NORTH CAROLINA 



537 



Engraver, Newspaper, Automobile Repairs, Building Supplies, Etc. 




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Editor and Manager Business Manager 

R. W. BENTLEY, 
Managing Editor 

"ALL THE NEWS THAT'S FIT 
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The Tampa Times 

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V. H. Kriegshaber (3$, Son 

LIME, CEMEXT. PLASTER, SEWER 

PIPE, FIRE BRICK. PRESS 

AXD COMMON BRICK, 

CRUSHED STOXE. 

BUILDING SPECIALTIES 

ORDERS HANDLED PROMPTLY 

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AND 

REPAIRS 



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Marble and Granite 



OWEN BROTHERS 
Marble and Granite Co, 

GREENWOOD, S. C. 



MANUFACTURERS OF 



MONUMENTS 

VAULTS 

and 

STATUARY 



MARBLES: Georgia, Tennessee, Vermont, Italian 
GRANITES: Foreign and Domestic 



THE BEST EQUIPPED MONUMENTAL PLANT IN 

THE CAROLINAS 



539 



Nurseries 







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GRANGER NURSERIES 

J. A. GRANGER, Proprietor 

PECANS AND CITRUS 




FRUITS A SPECIALTY 


JEFFERSON COUNTY 

MONTICELLO - - - FLORIDA 

High, Rolling, Well Drained. 


Good Water, Good Schools, Good Health, 
Good Roads and Good People. 


Plenty of Room, Plenty of Game and Fish. 
Plenty of Opportunities. 


CROPS 

Cotton, Corn, Pecans, Pecan Nursery Stock, 
Ornamentals, Citrus and Orchard Fruits, 
Potatoes, Sugar Cane, Hay, Peas, Oats, 
Tobacco, Watermelons, All Truck Crops. 


Fine Country for Cattle, 
Hogs, Sheep and Poultry. 


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540 



Lumber, Cotton Gin, Cotton Oil Mill, Machinery Works, Etc. 



JENKINS 


LUMBER 

/1ANUFACTURERS OF 


CO. 


Lumber, Sa< 


>h, Doors, Blinds, 


Etc. 


VIDALIA :: 


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GEORGIA 



Vidalia Cotton 
Oil Mill Co 



vidalia 



GEORGIA 



MANUFACTURERS OF 



Cotton Seed Products 



SEA ISLAND 
COTTON GIN CO. 

MANUFACTURERS OF THE 

FOSS DOUBLE ROLLER 
COTTON GIN 

More cotton ginned on this gin than any 
other make. We guarantee it to gin from 4 
to 6 bales per day. 

VIDALIA, GA. 



Advertising Rates on Application 

THE FLORIDA RECORD 



Phone 75 



A. J. BECKER 

Publisher 



Tallahassee, Fla. 




E. F. SPERRY 

Sec'y & Treas. 

E. HAROLD JOHNSON 

General Manager 



L. WICHTENDAHL 

Asst. Sec'y and Treas. 

C. E. JOHNSON 

President 



South Florida Foundry 
and Machine Works 

Iron and Brass Founders, General Machinists 

Complete Line of Pipe and Fittings 

Agent for Celebrated Foos Gasoline Engines and Pumping Outfits 

ORLANDO, FLORIDA 



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Leather Belting, Etc. 






SdikiMsLcatkrBdtiM 



Wherever you are, you 
can get 

Schieren's Duxbak 

Waterproof 

Leather Belting 

Promptly. 

Whatever your require- 
ments you cannot buy 
better belting than 

DUXBAK 




Schieren's Leather Belting 



Is Used in Every Climate Under the Sun 

Schieren's Duxbak Leather Belting is Waterproof and 
Climate -proof. Not merely on paper, but in actual use under 
the most trying conditions. Even a drenching with sea water 
will not shorten its long life or lessen its grip on your pulleys. 

These are some of the reasons why our sales of Duxbak 
Belting have increased by 350 per cent, in the last two years — 
why the name and reputation of Duxbak Leather Belting have 
traveled all over the world — why we have had to establish 
branch houses and distributing stations in every part of the civil- 
ized world where belting is used. 

Duxbak Belting is a leather belting, but is- radically differ. 
ent and better than any other leather belting made. 

The elements that rapidly destroy ordinary leather belting — 
wide and sudden changes of temperature, extreme dampness, ex- 
treme dryness — have absolutely no effect on Duxbak. 




TANNERS 
BELT MANUFACTURERS 

Output 100,000 hides per year 



Agencies Everywhere 



NEW YORK, 30-38 Ferry Street 

CHICAGO, 84-86-88 Franklin Street 

BOSTON, 641-643 Atlantic Avenue 

PHILADELPHIA, 226 North 3d Street 

PITTSBURG, 205 Wood Street 

DENVER, 1752 Arapahoe Street 

BROOKLYN, N. Y., Cor. 13th Street and 3d Avenue. 

HAMBURG, GERMANY, Auf dem Sande 1 

VIENNA, AUSTRIA, Franz-Josefs Quai 7-9 

MILAN, ITALY, Piazza Castello 3 

OAK LEATHER TANNERIES, Bristol, Tenn. 

Cable Address : Schieren, New York 
Codes: Lieber's, ABC and Western Union. 



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Leather Belting, Etc. 



JkoAThoWaMKmmd 




Every Ten 
Feet of 
Duxbak 

Waterproof 
Belting is 
Stamped with 
This mark 



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Our unqualified guar- 
antee of satisfaction 1 
— your absolute pro 
tection against imita- W^ 
tions and disappoint 
ment. 




TRADE MARK. 



It makes no difference whether you are next door 
to the Schieren Tanneries at Bristol, Tenn., or in 
South Africa, or in the West Indies or the East Indies, 
you can buy by this trade mark and be assured of the 
highest attainable -value in leather belting. 

IS" Every star on these maps represents a branch 
house or agency — 65 different places where Schieren Leather 
Belting can he obtained. 




Tanners 
Belt Manufacturers 

Output 100,000 hides per year 



Write us to-day and learn how you can save money by using Duxbak — the belting that 
has withstood all kinds of tests in all kinds of places. 



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Real Estate, Garage and Livery Stable, Tailor, Funeral Directors, Etc. 



Carson Realty Co 



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CITY AND 
SUBURBAN 
PROPERTY 



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Jacksonville, Florida 



M. N. SUGG 
Garage and Livery Stable 

Automobiles for Hire 

Double and Single Driving Teams 
Saddle Horses 



PHONE 301 



Southern Pines, N. C. 




Ortloff 
...TAILOR... 

38 West 33d Street, New York 

HERMAN ORTLOFF 



OFFICIAL 

MOTOR AMBULANCE 

OPERATED BY 

Tice-Moore & Diffly 

FUNERAL DIRECTORS 
AND EMBALMERS 



PHONE 17S 



MONTGOMERY 



ALABAMA 



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Lumber, Builders Supplies, Lighterage and Transfer, Etc. 



A. M. DAVIS, President H. H. DAVIS, Second Vicc-Prcs. 

WM. C. DAVIS, Vice-Pres. W. CLYDE DAVIS, Sec. and Treas. 



Davis Lumber Company 

(INCORPORATED) 

ORANGE HEIGHTS, FLA. 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

LUMBER, YELLOW PINE 
LUMBER ANO CROSS-TIES 

Correspondence Solicited Prompt Shipments 

Telegraph via Waldo 



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G. A. McNEILL, President W. W. McNEILL, Sect, and Treas. 

The Americus Construction Co. 

MANUFACTURERS 

DRESSED LUMBER AND BUILDERS' SUPPLIES 

SASH, DOORS AND BLINDS 
Scrolled and Turned Work, Moulding, Shelving, Counters, Plaster, Brick, Lime 
L Builders' Hardware, Mantels, Grates, Tiling, Paint and Oil 

AMERICUS, GA. 

MAYER & GOETTE LAUNCH WORKS 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

MOTOR BOATS 



Do General Repairs and carry full line of Supplies 
Work Guaranteed 



THUNDERBOLT 



GEORGIA 



ELTON A. SMITH, President 

SAM ROSS, Vice-President 

GEO. A. COSENS. Secy, and Treas. 



Savannah 
Lighterage 

and 
Transfer 
Company 



28 Bay Street, East 



SAVANNAH, GA. 



545 



Importers, Railroad Timbers, Newspapers, Etc. 



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The Seaboard Air Line Railway 

= USE = 

ORIENTAL BRAND COFFEE 

Exclusively vn their Dining Car Service 
^ ^ ^ 

BROWNING & BAINES, Inc. 

Wholesale Coffees 
WASHINGTON, D. C. 



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Southern Lumber 
and Tie Company 

ALBANY, GA. 



Railroad Timbers 
Our Specialty 

Yellow Pine Lumber 

and 

Cross Ties 



CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED 



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THE COMET" 



JOHNSON CITY 



TENNESSEE 



Cy Lyle, Proprietor and Editor 

A paper of influence containing the latest 

news; has wide circulation and 

the advertisers represent 

our leading 

citizens 

WRITE FOR RATES 

S. C. WILLIAMS, President. J. D. COX. Vice President. 

ADAM B. CROUCH, Vice Pres. & Cashier. 

JAS. A. POUDER, Ass't Cashier. 

NO. 5SSS. 

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OF JOHNSON CITY. TENN. 



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Real Estate, Contractor and Builder, Laundry, Etc. 





CARL JANSEN, Notary Public 



L. C. W ATKINS. Fire Insurance 



JANSEN & WATKINS 

REAL ESTATE 

CITY PROPERTY, IMPROVED AND UNIMPROVED. ORANGE GROVES AND 
FARM LANDS. CUT-OVER LANDS IN LARGE AND SMALL TRACTS. GROVES 
PLANTED AND CARED FOR. CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED IN GERMAN, 
SCANDINAVIAN AND ENGLISH LANGUAGES. IF YOU DOUBT US, WRITE TO 
ANY BANK OR BUSINESS HOUSE IN ORLANDO, FLORIDA. 



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CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER ^^^^ 

MANUFACTURER OF 

Furniture, Doors, Sash, Blinds, Brick and Building Material 

DEALER IN 

Plastering Hair, Plaster Paris, Cement and Lime 

Prompt Shipments In the Market for the Lumber 



Portsmouth Steam Laundry 

We Clean, Press and Dye Clothes 
Satisfaction Guaranteed 



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Proprietor 
- Manager 



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JOHNSON CITY'S GREAT DAILY 

Progressive; extensive circulation and always 

looking out for the interests of our town 

and the patrons of this paper 

For further information address 

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ADVERTISERS CLASSIFIED 



PAGE 
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS. 

Cole Mfg. Co., Charlotte, N. C 475 

Columbus Iron Works Co., Columbus, Ga 503 

Southern Plow Co., Columbus, Ga 503 

Weed, J. D. & Co., Savannah. Ga 455 

Williams Bros., Ithaca, N.Y 470 

BANKS AND OTHER FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS. 

American National Bank (The), Cordele, Ga 24S 

American National Bank, Tampa, Fla 221 

American National Bank, Wilmington, N. C 267 

American Trust Co., Charlotte, N. C 262 

American Trust Co., Jacksonville, Fla 232 

Americus National Bank, Americus, Ga 247 

Anchor Trust Co., Raleigh. N*. C 270 

Atlantic National Bank, Jacksonville, Fla 233 

Atlantic Trust & Banking Co., Wilmington, N. C 266 

Bank of Abbeville, Abbeville, Ga t 248 

Bank of Aberdeen, Aberdeen, N. C 267 

Bank of Alachua, Alachua. Fla 232 

Bank of Alamo, Alamo, Ga 252 

Bank of Bav Biscayne, Miami, Fla 236 

Bank of Bladen (The). Clarkton, N. C 2(57 

Bank of Bladenboro, Bladenboro, N. C 265 

Bank of Cartersvillc, Cartersville, Ga 255 

Bank of Cedartown (The), Cedartown, Ga 255 

Bank of Commerce, Americus, Ga 246 

Bank of Commerce, Tampa, Fla 221 

Bank of Cross Hill, Cross Hill, S. C 261 

Bank of Denmark, Denmark, S. C 259 

Bank of Elberton, Elberton, Ga 258 

Bank of Ellenboro, Ellenboro, N. C 261 

Bank of Ft. Pierce, Ft. Pierce, Fla 23S 

Bank of Hamlet (The), Hamlet, N. C 264 

Bank of Hurtsboro (The) Hurtsboro, Ala 244 

Bank of Largo, Largo, Fla 225 

Bank of Lumberton, Lumberton, N. C 265 

Bank of Milan, Milan. Ga 248 

Bank of Maxton (The), Maxton, N. C 264 

Bank of Mulberry, Mulberrv, Fla 226 

Bank of Pasco Co., Dade City, Fla 229 

Bank of Portsmouth, Portsmouth, Va 269 

Bank of Preston, Preston, Ga 245 

Bank of Richland, Richland, Ga 245 

Bank of Robeson (The) Maxton, N. C 263 

Bank of Rockingham, Rockingham, N. C 263 

Bank of Sanford (The) Sanford, N. C 270 

Bank of Sarasota, Sarasota, Fla 219 

Bank of Starke, Starke, Fla 232 

Bank of Statham, Statham, Ga 255 

Bank of Titusville, Titusville, Fla 235 

Bank of Union (The), Monroe', N. C 263 

Bank of Vasa (The). Vass, N. C 270 

Bank of Waldo, Waldo, Fla 232 

Bank of Williston, Williston, Fla 231 

Banking Loan & Trust Co. (The), Sanford, N. C 270 

Barnett National Bank, Jacksonville, Fla 215 

Bradentown Bank & Trust Co., Bradentown, Fla 219 

Bradford County Bank, Starke, Fla 232 

Carlton Bank, Carlton, Ga 258 

Cedar Key State Bank. Cedar Key, Fla 231 

Central Bank & Trust Corp., Atlanta, Ga 257 

Central National Bank, St. Petersburg, Fla . 224 

Charlotte National Bank, Charlotte, N. C . 217 

Citizens' Bank, Bartow, Fla .... 227 

Citizens' Bank, Helena, Ga ... 251 

Citizens' Bank, Mulberry, Fla 346 

Citizens' Bank, Plains, Ga 245 

Citizens' Bank of Bushnell, Bushnell, Fla . 229 

Citizens' Bank of Live Oak, Live Oak, Fla . 244 

Citizens' Bank of Madison, Madison, Fla . 243 

Citizens' Bank of McRae, McRae, Ga . 251 

Citizens' Bank of Tallahassee, Tallahassee, Fla 242 

Citizens' Hank & Trust Co., Athens, Ga 25S 

Citizens' Bank & Trust Co., Tampa, Fla . 221 

Citizens' Bank & Trust Co., Southern Pines, N. C 270 

Citizens' Exchange Bank (The), Denmark, S. C . 261 

Citizens' National Bank (The), Rockmart, Ga . 255 

Citizens' National Bank Vidalia, Ga -250 

Coleman, Wm. & Co., Bankers, Whitmire, S. C 261) 

Commercial Bank of Cedartown (The), Cedartown, Ga 254 

Commercial Bank (The). Ocala, Fla . 229 

Commercial National Bank (The), Raleigh, N. C . 271 

Cordele National Bank (The), Cordele, Ga ... 247 

Dacula Banking Co., Dacula, Ga . 259 

Dutton Bank (The), Gainesville, Fla . 227 

East Coast State Bank, Daytona. Fla., . 239 

East Florida Savings & Trust Co., Palatka, Fla. . . .241 

Exchange Bank (The), Cordele, Ga 250 

Exchange National Bank (The), Tampa, Fla 4th Cov. 

Farmers' Bank of Bogart, Bogart, Ga 257 

Farmers' Bank, Glenwood, Ga 252 

Farmers' Bank & Trust. Co., W. Palm Beach, Fla... . . 235 

Farmers' & Merchants' Bank (The), Lyons, Ga , 253 

Farmers' & Merchants' Bank, Milan, Ga 251 

Farmers' & Merchants' Bank, Monticello, Fla . 243 

Farmers' State Bank (The). Cordele. Ga 248 

Fidelity Bank (The). Durham. N. C 276 

Fidelity Bank (The), New Smyrna, Fla . 239 

First National Bank, Bradentown. Fla , 219 



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BAN^S AND OTHER FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS — 
Continued. 

First National Bank. Brooksville. Fla 222 

First National Bank. Cartersville, Ga 254 

First National Bank. Cherrvville, N. C 262 

First National Bank (The), Forest City, N. C 261 

First National Bank of Gainesville (The), Gainesville. Fla 231 

First National Bank, Key West, Fla 234 

First National Bank, Madison, Fla 244 

First National Bank, Miami, Fla 237 

First National Bank (The), Ocilla, Ga 249 

First National Bank, Piedmont, Ala 245 

First National Bank (The), St. Petersburg, Fla 224 

First National Bank, Tampa, Fla 221 

First National Bank, Vidalia, Ga 249 

First State Bank (The), Zephvrhills, Fla 227 

First State Bank Bostic, N. C 261 

Florida Bank & Trust Co., St. Petersburg, Fla 223 

Florida National Bank, Jacksonville, Fla 232 

Fourth National Bank of Jacksonville, Jacksonville, Fla 234 

Gadsden Co. State Bank, River Junction, Fla 241 

Georgia National Bank, Athens, Ga. . 257 

Hastings Banking Co., Hastings, Fla 241 

Hawthorne State Bank, Hawthorne, Fla 231 

Heard National Bank, Jacksonville, Fla 234 

Hernando State Bank, Brooksville, Fla 218 

Indian River State Bank, Titusville. Fla 239 

Jefferson Co. State Bank. Monticello, Fla 241 

Lawtey State Bank. Law-tev. Fla 232 

Leesburg State Bank, Leesburg, Fla 229 

Live Oak Bank, Live Oak, Fla 243 

Lowry National Bank of Atlanta (The), Atlanta, Ga 256 

Manatee Banking Co.. Manatee, Fla 220 

Manatee Co. State Bank, Palmetto, Fla 218 

Merchants' Bank, Daytona, Fla 240 

Merchants' Bank, McRae, Ga 251 

Merchants' & Farmers' Bank, Apex. N. C. 270 

Merchants' & Farmers' Bank, Portsmouth, Va 272 

Merchants' National Bank, Raleigh, N. C 276 

Mount Vernon Bank (The). Mt. Vernon, Ga 252 

Murehison National Bank, Wilmington. N. C 268 

National Bank of Abbeville. Abbeville, S. C 533 

National Exchange Bank, Chester, S. C 259 

Norfolk National Bank. Norfolk Va 216 

Orlando Bank & Trust Co., Orlando, Fla 230 

Palmetto State Bank, Palmetto, Fla 223 

People's Bank (The), Apex, N. C 270 

People's Bank, Clearwater, Fla 225 

People's Bank, Richland, Ga 245 

People's Bank. Waco, N. C 262 

Plains Bank, Plains, Ga 250 

Planters' Bank, Carlton, Ga 258 

Polk Co. National Bank, Bartow. Fla 226 

Rockmart Bank (The), Rockmart, Ga 254 

Sponge Exchange Bank, Tarpon Springs, Fla 225 

State Bank of Bartow, Bartow, Fla 227 

State Bank of Florida, Jacksonville, Fla 232 

State Bank of Orlando, Orlando, Fla 22S 

State Bank of Wingate, Wingate, N. C 264 

Stewart. Charles H., Melbourne, Fla 23S 

Third National Bank, Columbus, Ga 246 

Third National Bank, Fitzgerald, Ga 247 

L'naka National Bank of Johnson City, Tenn 546 

Union National Bank, Columbia. S. C 259 

United States Trust & Savings Bank, Jacksonville, Fla 235 

Wheeler County Bank, Alamo, Ga 253 

BARBERS' SUPPLIES 
Hofmann, J. Geo., & Smith, Tampa, Fla 402 

BLOW PIPES, ETC. 
Atlantic Blow Pipe Co., Wilmington, N. C. 



South Atlantic Blow Pipe oc Sheet Metal Co., Savannah. G 



474 



BOILER MAKERS, ENGINES, ETC., MACHINE SHOPS AND 
GENERAL REPAIRS. 

Jarrell, W. G., Machine Co., Charlotte, N. C .' 473 

Mecklenburg Iron Works. Charlotte, N. C 470 

Merrill-Stevens Co., Jacksonville, Fla 468 

Mingledorff & Co., Savannah, Ga 463 

Ploof, H. E., Machinery Co., Jacksonville, Fla 475 

Price, S. M., Machinery Co., Norfolk, Va 471 

Wilkinson Machine Co., Savannah, Ga 463 

BOX, BARREL, CRATE AND BUTTER DISH FACTORIES. 

Brooksville Crate Mfg. Co., Brooksville. Fla 403 

Castle Hayne Stave Co., Wilmington, N. C 406 

Central Cypress Co., Centralia, Fla 40S 

Clement-Ross Mfg. Co. (The), Cheraw, S. C 403 

Consumers Lumber and Veneer Co., Apopka, Fla 426 

McDowell Crate & Lumber Co.. Oak, Fla 101 

McRainev & Bridges, Wildwood. Fla 405 

Pierpont Mfg. Co.. Savannah, Ga 407 

Seaboard Cooperage Co.. Savannah, Ga 406 

Wilmington Cooperage Co., Wilmington, N. C 406 

BRICK (MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS). 

Berry, George O.. Columbus, Ga 439 

Campville Brick Co., Campville, Fla 445 

Chapman & Clark, Savannah, Ga 449 



548 



Advertisers Classified — Continue! 



BRICK— (MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERSl 
Continued. 

Charlotte Brick Co,, Charlotte, N. C 

Conyers, A. C, Jacksonville, Fla 

Foster, George R., Jacksonville, Fla 

Fuller. W. R., Tampa, Fla 

Guignard Brick Works, Columbia, S. C... . 

Howell, C. F. & Co.. Inc., Wilmington, N. C 

Kriegshaber. V. H. & Son. Atlanta. Ga 

Mifflin Hood Brick Co., B., Atlanta. Ga. 

Thorpe, W. B. & Co., Wilmington, N. C 

Williams, F. Graham. Atlanta, Ga 



BROOMS (MANUFACTURERS). 

Columbus Broom Factory, Columbus, Ga 

Phillips Broom W T orks, Sanford, N, C. 



BUILDING MATERIAL, SASH, DOORS, BLINDS. CEILI 
SIDING, MOULDING, INTERIOR AND EXTERIOR FINI 
TRIM, COLUMNS, CEMENT, LIME, SAND, ETC. 

Ambrose, J. A., Lawrenceville, Ga 

Americus Construction Co., Americus, Ga 

Blowers Lime & Phosphate Co., St. Petersburg, Fla., and Ocala 
Fla 

Builders Mfg. Co.. Maxton, X. C 

Cain Co., E. E. (The), Jacksonville, Fla 

Carter, J. P., Rochclle. Ga 

Central Cypress Co., Centralia, Fla 

Cheraw Sash, Door & Lumber Co., Cheraw, S. C 

Chester Machine & Lumber Co. (The), Chester, S. C 

Child Bros. Bldg & Lbr. Co.. Tallahassee. Fla 

Clarendon Column Co.. Wilmington, N. C 

Columbus Iron Works Co., Columbus, Ga 

Cordele Sash, Door & Lumber Co., Cordele, Ga 

Cramton Lumber Co., Montgomery, Ala 

Duval Planing Mill Co. (The), Jacksonville, Fla 

Enterprise Novelty Works, Tampa. Fla 

Fallaw & Allison Co., Inc., Columbia, S. C 

Florida Sand & Shell Co.. Tampa, Fla 

Foster, Geo. R.. Jacksonville, Fla 

Fuller, W. R., Tampa, Fla 

Gainesville Planing & Coffin Co., Gainesville, Fla 

Highland Park Lumber Co., Montgomery, Ala 

Hightower Planing Mills, Ccdartown, Ga 

Home Builders Supply Co.. Camden, S. C 

Howell. C. F. & Co., Wilmington, N. C 

Jay & Co., Tampa. Fla 

Jenkins Lumber Co., Yidalia, Ga 

Jones, C. M. & Co., Sarasota, Fla 

Knight Lumber Co. (The), Bradentown, Fla 

Kriegshaber, V. H. & Son. Atlanta. Ga 

Lewis, J. W. & Co., Charlotte, N. C 

Marshall & Spencer Co.. Jacksonville, Fla 

Mecklenburg Iron Works, Charlotte, N. C 

Montgomery Lime & Cement Co., Montgomery, Ala 

Mulberry Lumber & Supply Co., Mulberry, Fla 

Orlando Novelty Works, Orlando, Fla 

Petrey, R. R., Limestone. Fla 

Phillips, I. W. & Co.. Tampa, Fla 

Phillips-Mahoney Co., Inc., Portsmouth, Va 

Phoenix Planing Mill, Atlanta. Ga 

Piedmont Lumber Mfg. Co., Inc., Charlotte, N. C 

Quigley Lumber & Supply Co., Starke, Fla 

Ramsey, T. W.. Tampa. Fla 

Robinson & Phillipps. Tampa, Fla 

Regal Mfg. Co.. Forest City, N. C 

Rhyne Bros. Lumber Co., Cartersville. Ga 

Richland Lumber Co., Charlotte, N. C 

Rockmart Lumber Co., Rockmart, Ga 

Rushton, M. G.. Manatee, Fla 

Savannah Iron & Wire Works, Savannah, Ga. . . 

Savannah Planing Mill Co.. Savannah, Ga 

Statham Milling & Lumber Co., Statham, Ga 

St. Petersburg Novelty Works, St. Petersburg, Fla 

Thorpe, W. B., Wilmington, N. C 

Winder Lumber Co., Winder, Ga 

CANNING COMPANIES— OYSTERS, ETC. 
Ruge Bros. Canning Co., Apalachicola. Fla 



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434 
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439 
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436 



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422 
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423 
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453 
434 
434 
434 
446 
435 
435 
433 
433 
438 
437 
541 
425 
422 
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435 
424 
470 
44.5 
433 
439 
433 
437 
434 
430 
444 
432 
436 
436 
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456 
431 
453 
424 
433 
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CAR WORKS, CAR WHEELS AND AXLES 
Mecklenburg Iron Works, Charlotte, N. C 

CASTINGS (IRON, BRASS, ETC.) 

Columbus Iron Works. Columbus, Ga 

Jannev & Co., Iron Works, Montgomery, Ala 

Jarrell, W. G., Machine Co., Charlotte.'N. C 

Mecklenburg Iron Works, Charlotte, N. C 



CEMENT, LIME, PLASTER, SAND, ETC. 
Blowers Lime & Phosphate Co., Ocala, Fla., St. Petersburg, Fla. 

Chapman & Clark. Savannah, Ga 

Chester Machine & Lumber Co.. Chester, S. C 

Child Bros. Bldg. & Lbr. Co.. Tallahassee, Fla 

Cramton Lumber Co., Montgomery, Ala 

Florida Sand & Shell Co.. Tampa, Fla 

Fuller, W. R., Tampa. Fla 

Kriegshaber V. H. & Son. Atlanta. Ga 

Marshall & Spencer Co., Jacksonville, Fla 

Montgomery Lime & Cement Co., Montgomery, Ala 

Petrey, R.R., Limestone, Fla 



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535 
473 
470 



407 
449 
433 
430 
423 
434 
446 
538 
424 
445 
433 



CEMENT, LIME, PLASTER, SAND, ETC.- Cont. 

Phillips, I. W. & Co., Tampa. Flu 

Phn-nix Planing Mill. Atlanta, (la 

Quigley Lumber & Supply Co., Starke, Fla. 

Robinaon & Phillipps. Tampa, Fla 

Statham Milling & Lumber Co., Statham. Ga. 

St. Petersburg Novelty Works, St. Petersburg, I'l i 

Winder Lumber Co., Winder, Ga 



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4 30 
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453 
4 24 
433 



CITRUS EXCHANGE 

Florida Citrus Exchange, Tampa, Fla 481 

COAL COMPANIES 

Grider, F. A.. Birmingham, Ala 479 

Logan Coal & Supply Co., Jacksonville, Fla 478 

Portsmouth Coal & Ice Co., Portsmouth, Va.. ... 498 

Tampa Coal Company, Tampa, Fla 477 

COLLEGES, UNIVERSITIES 

Columbia College, Lake City, Fla 528 

Florida State College for Women, Tallahassee, Fla 527 

University of Florida, Gainesville, Fla 534 

COLUMNS. 

Clarendon Column Company, Wilmington, N. C 423 

Cordele, Ga 423 

437 



Cordele Sash, Door & Lumber Co 
Jay & Co., Tampa, Fla. 



CONTRACTORS, BRICK WORK. PLASTERING 
AND CEMENT. 

Friend & Gattman, Tampa, Fla . . 447 

Sherrill, T. B., Tampa, Fla 473 

CONTRACTORS (GENERAL), RAILROAD. OFFICE 
AND HOUSE BUILDING, MOVING, CONCRETE, 
BRICK, PAVING. 

Bates & Hudnall, Tampa, Fla.. 444 

Boykin Contracting Co., Jacksonville, Fla 437 

Brengle, S. F., Tampa. Fla 435 

Burwell & Hillyer, Jacksonville, Fla 450 

Edwards Construction Co., Tampa, Fla 451 

Friend & Gattman, Tampa, Fla 447 

Frisbie & Co., W. D.. Tampa, Fla 435 

Goode, R. L., Charlotte, N. C 439 

Hadlow & Co., W. T., Jacksonville. Fla 443 

Herring-Short Concrete Co. (The), Wilmington, N. C 403 

Home Builders Supply Co., Camden, S. C 433 

Jenkins & Co., J. F., Ocala. Fla 448 

Jones, I. F., Bradentown, Fla 454 

Kriegshaber & Son, V. H., Atlanta, Ga 538 

Lee, W. L., Savannah, Ga 435 

Motz, W. W.. Lincolnton N. C 547 

Parker, E. W., Tampa, Fla 442 

Propst Contracting Co., Charlotte. N. C 436 

Requarth Co., C. W., Charlotte, N. C 472 

Robb. E.G.. Savannah, Ga 466 

Sherrill. T. B., Tampa, Fla 473 

York, C. V., Raleigh. N C 445 

CORN PLANTERS. 

Cole Mfg. Co., Charlotte. N. C 475 

COTTON MILLS 

Bladenboro Cotton Mills. Bladenboro, N. C 265 

Coosa Mfg. Co., Piedmont, Ala 480 

Erwin Cotton Mills Co.. W. Durham, N. C 542 

Glenn-Lowry Mfg. Co.. Whitmire. S. C 260 

Icemorlee Cotton Mills Co., Monroe, N. C 476 

Vass Cotton Mill Co., Vass, N. C 415 

COTTON FACTORS, BROKERS, EXPORTERS, ETC. 

Flannery, John Co., Savannah, Ga 479 

Hunter, Pearce & Battev, Savannah. Ga 479 

O'Learv. M. J.. Sav: nnah. Ga 479 

Rodgers. McCabe & Co., Norfolk. Va.. Charleston, S. C 4S0 

Sprunt. Alexander & Co., Wilmington, N. C 483 

Thomas, Hue, Savannah, Ga 479 

COTTON PLANTERS. 

Cole Mfg. Co., Charlotte, N. C 475 

COTTON SEED OIL MILLS. 

Cape Fear Oil Co.. Wilmington. N. C 268 

Clinton Oil Mfg. Co., Clinton, S. C 482 

Elberton Oil Mills, Elberton Ga 497 

Farmers Cotton Oil Co.. Americus. Ga 482 

Fitzgerald Cotton Oil Co., Fitzgerald. Ga 4S4 

Hagan Oil Mill & Fertilizer Co., Hagan. Ga 484 

Yidalia Cotton Oil Mill Co., Yidalia, Ga 541 

COTTON SEED FOR PLANTING. 

Mayfield Plantations (The), Denmark. S. C 519 

COTTON GINS (MNFRS. OF) 

Lummus Cotton Gin Co.. Columbus. Ga 485 

Sea Island Cotton Gin Co., Yidalia. Ga 541 



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DREDGING COMPANIES. 

Norfolk Dredging Co., Norfolk, Va 393 

DRUGS, PHARMACISTS, CHEMICALS. 

Court Square Pharmacy. Tampa, Fla 505 

Tampa Drug Co., Tampa, Fla 525 

United Chemical Co., Tampa. Fla 526 

DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, GENTS' FURNISHINGS, ETC. 

Bentley-Gray Dry Goods Company (The), Tampa, Fla . . 525 

Craig Bros., Jacksonyille. Fla 515 

Damato, Tom, Jacksonyille, Fla 519 

Forsyth, John, New York 515 

Giddens Clothing Co.. Tampa, Fla 516 

Kruse, Wm., Tampa, Fla 515 

Men's Fashion Shop, Tampa, Fla 515 

Metropolitan Tailoring it Cleaning Co., Jacksonville, Fla 514 

O'Meara. Martin, Johnson City, Tenn 514 

Ortloff, H., New York City, 544 

V 

ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS, ENGINEERS, MACHINERY 
SUPPLIES, REPAIRS, ETC. 

Albany Power & Mfg. Co.. Albany, Ga 461 

Bleo-Miller, Jacksonville, Fla 45S 

Brown, J. L., Tampa, Fla 4.5S 

Electrical Construction Co. (The), Tampa, Fla 467 

Hodges, R. W., Wilmington, N. C 458 

Lyons, P. F., Tampa, Fla 459 

Mingledorff & Co., Savannah, Ga 463 

Parker, Roy A., Bradentown, Fla 457 

Pierce Bros., Tampa, Fla 459 

Ploof, H. E.. Machinery Co., Jacksonville. Fla 475 

Safety Car Heating & Lighting Co. (The), New York, N. Y.. . 467 

Shea, I). W., Tampa, Fla 456 

Stephens, B. H., Wilmington, N. C 45S 

Tampa Electrical Supply Co., Tampa, Fla 457 

ELEVATORS, HYDRAULIC, ELECTRIC, PASSENGER 

AND FREIGHT 

Park Mfg. Co. (The), Charlotte, N. C 462 

ENGINEERS, ARCHITECTS, ETC. 

Greeley, Mellen Clark, Jacksonville, Fla 42S 

Leitner, J. F.. Wilmington, N. C 453 

Mark & Sheftall. Jacksonville, Fla 437 

Mingledorff & Co., Savannah, Ga 463 

Requarth, Co., C. W„ Charlotte, N. C 472 

Stevens, Edward F., Jacksonville. Fla 428 

Stevens, B ; H., Wilmington, N. C. 458 

Steward-Witherill Machine Co., Birmingham, Ala 466 

ENGINEERING CONSTRUCTION, CONCRETE 
CONTRACTORS, BRIDGE BLDRS., ETC. 

Edwards Construction Co.. Tampa, Fla 451 

Herring-Short Concrete Co., Wilmington, N. C 403 

Merrill-Stevens Co.. Jacksonville, Fla 468 

Requarth, C. W., Co., Charlotte, N. C 472 

Robb, C. E., Savannah, Ga 466 

Sherrill, T. B., Tampa. Fla 473 

FERTILIZERS 

Blowers Lime & Phosphate Co., Ocala, Fla 407 

Cole Mfg. Co., Charlotte, N. C 475 

Florida Soil & Fertility Co., Tampa, Fla 491 

Hagan Oil Mill & Fertilizer Co., Hagan, Ga . . 4S4 

Holder Phosphate Co., Inverness, Fla ... 536 

Pearsall & Co., Wilmington, N. C 524 

Southern Fertilizer Co., Orlando, Fla . . 530 

Tysen, ,1. R., Jacksonville, Fla 501 

FIRE INSURANCE 

Bouchelle & Sams. New Smyrna, Fla 239 

Foley. J. G., St. Petersburg. Fla 307 

Leake, II. B., Orlando, Fla 479 

Raly-Hamhy Co., Inc., Jacksonville, Fla . . 335 

FISH, OYSTERS. 

Hodges, W. R., Cedar Key, Fla 531 

Johnson Gulf Fishery, A. W., Cedar Key, Fla 498 

Portsmouth Fish Co., Charlotte, N. C 491 

Ruge Bros. Canning Co., Apalachicola, Fla 499 

Sullivan, J. F., Savannah, Ga 531 

FIXTURES, SHOWCASES, ETC. 

Jones Fixture Company (The), Lincolnton, N. C 399 

FIRE ARMS AND AMMUNITION. 

Weed, J. D., & Co., Savannah, Ga 455 

FLORISTS. 

Blick. Florist, Norfolk. Va 512 

Keheley, J. T., Columbus, Ga ... 509 

Newton Floral Corp., Norfolk, Va . 514 

Oelschig, A. C. tfc Sons, Savannah, Ga 513 



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FLORISTS — Contiiued. 

Rehder, Will, Wilmington, N. C 511 

Richardson, Florist, Savannah, Ga 510 

Scholtz. The Florist. Charlotte. N. C 513 

Wolf. John. Savannah. Ga 509 

FOUNDRIES, MACHINE SHOPS, IRON WORKS, REPAIRS, 
ETC. 

Birmingham Welding & Machinery Co., Birmingham, Ala 503 

Cape Fear Machine Works, Wilmington, N. C 502 

Columbus Iron Works, Co., Columbus. Ga ... 503 

Denmark Machine Works Co., Denmark, S. C 461 

Dixie Machinery & Mfg Co., Jacksonville, Fla. 465 

Farquhar Machinery Co., Jacksonville, Fla 466 

Fitzgerald Iron Works, Fitzgerald, Ga 463 

Gulf Iron Works, Inc.. Tampa., Fla 465 

Hackett, J., Foundry Co.. Charlotte, N. C 463 

Hahne, Frank, Savannah, Ga 456 

Jannev & Co., Iron Works, Montgomery, Ala 535 

Jarrell, W. G.. Machine Co., Charlotte, N. C 473 

Johnson, Lott W., Lake City, Fla 465 

Kehoe's Iron Works, Savannah, Ga 464 

Malsby Co., Atlanta, Ga 459 

Malsby Machinery Co., Jacksonville, Fla 474 

Mecklenburg Iron Works, Charlotte, N. C 470 

Merrill-Stevens Co., Jacksonville, Fla 46S 

Mingledorff & Co.. Savannah, Ga 463 

Moffitt Iron Works Co., Sanford, N. C 465 

Murphy T. Iron Works, Jacksonville, Fla 469 

Park Manufacturing Co. (The), Charlotte, N. C 462 

Paxson Co., J. W., Philadelphia, Pa 476 

Phillips Mfg. Co. (The). Orlando, Fla 462 

Ploof. H. E. Machinery Co.. Jacksonville, Fla 475 

Price, S. M., Machinery Co., Norfolk, Va 471 

Rourke, John, & Sons, Savannah, Ga 469 

Savannah Iron & Wire Works, Savannah. Ga 456 

Sawyer, W. H., & Sons, Co., Americus, Ga 502 

South Florida Foundry & Mach. Wks., Orlando, Fla 541 

Southern Iron & Equipment Co., Atlanta, Ga 461 

Southern Machine Wks., Albany, Ga 491 

Steward-Witherill Machine Co., Birmingham, Ala 466 

Verestrate, Edward, Jacksonville, Fla 538 

Whaley Co., W. M., Inc., Norfolk, Va 460 

Wilkinson Machine Co.. Savannah, Ga 463 

Williams Bros., Ithaca, N. Y 476 

FROGS AND SWITCHES, RAILROAD CROSSINGS, 

MANGANESE TRACK WORK. 

Kilby Frog & Switch Co., Birmingham, Ala 467 

FRUITS, VEGETABLES, PRODUCE, COMMISSION 
MERCHANTS, PACKERS AND SHIPPERS. 

Corbett Co. (The), Wilmington, N. C 523 

Crenshaw Bros. & Saffold, Tampa, Fla 522 

Davis. J. R., Bartow, Fla 501 

Goodwyn & Co., T. F., Atlanta, Ga 521 

Judy & Co., G. W., Tampa, Fla 522 

Liles, A. G., Palmetto. Fla 521 

Peter, E. B., I.eesburg, Fla 531 

Rood, E. B., Bradentown, Fla 2S7 

Sligh, S. J. & Co., Orlando. Fla 523 

Speer, J. & Co.. Maxville, Fla 531 

Swicord, D. W., Coleman, Fla 515 

Thomas, Joe, Plant City, Fla 522 

FUNERAL DIRECTORS, ETC. 

Americus Undertaking Co., Americus, Ga 513 

Anderson, Henry H.. Tampa, Fla 508 

Barclay & Brandon Co. (The), Atlanta, Ga 512 

Blount & Turner, Tampa, Fla 511 

Brimmer, M. H. Co., Wilmington, N. C 511 

Cone Undertaking Co., Tampa, Fla 514 

Coooer, William C., Jr., Jacksonville, Fla 508 

Culley, J. A.. & Son, Tallahassee, Fla 509 

Fox & Weeks, Savannah, Ga 510 

Goette, Albert, Savannah, Ga 513 

Gooding. M. R., Tampa, Fla 508 

Gordon Co.. Ed., Jacksonville. Fla 512 

Greenberg &. Bond Co., Atlanta, Ga 507 

Hand, Elijah, Orlando, Fla 507 

Harris, S. D., St. Petersburg, Fla 511 

Hav, L. J., Albany, Ga " 512 

Hovis, Z. A., & Son, Charlotte, N. C 513 

Leak Undertaking Co., Montgomery, Ala 513 

McCormick, J. W., Columbia. S. C 512 

Moulton & Kyle, Jacksonville, Fla 514 

Seabrook, E., Savannah, Ga 512 

Shaw & Son, Birmingham, Ala 510 

Strickland, G. A.. Raleigh, N. C 513 

Tice, Moore & Difflv, Montgomery, Ala 544 

Torbett, C. L.. Columbus, Ga 509 

Woolvin, James F., Wilmington, N. C 509 

FURNITURE (OFFICE AND HOUSE). 

Fitts-Crabtree Mfg. Co.. Sanford, N. C 399 

Hand, Elijah. Orlando. Fla 507 

Jay <Sr. Company, G. W., Tampa Fla 437 

Jones Fixture Company (Thei, Lincolnton, N. C 399 

Pouder-Drennan Co., Jacksonville, Fla 399 

Trotter. J. I,., Inverness, Fla 407 



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GARAGES. AUTOMOBILES, ETC. 

Bradentown Garage! Bradentown, Fla 3S8 

Cook Auto Co., Orlando, Fla 379 

Curry's Garage it Men. Shop, Bradentown, Fla 380 

Loyd, .1. L., Coleman. Ga 382 

Olive Street Garage, West Palm Beach, Fin :iSl 

.San Juan Garage Co., Orlando. Fla 3S5 

Savannah Auto Repair Co., Savannah, Ga 3K7 

Sawyer's Tours, Savannah. Ga 380 

Spnrkman .v. Co., Dade City, Fla 3X1 

Stmt.'. M. X.. Southern Pines, N. C 544 

Swearingen Auto Co., Gainesville, Fla 385 

West Palm Beach Auto Co., West Palm Beaoh. Fla 397 

GAS COMPANIES. 

Jacksonville Gas Company, Jacksonville. Fla 5t).*3 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 

Carter. .1. W., Maxton. N. C 4(1(1 

Mayfield Plantations (The), Denmark, S. C 3112 

GENERAL REPAIR SHOP, AUTOMOBILES AND BICYCLES, 

ETC. 

Price. C. W., Apalachicola.. Fla 468 

GRAIN DRILLS. 

Cole Mfg. Co., Charlotte, N. C 475 

GROCERS, ETC., WHOLESALE. 

Browning & Baires, Inc.. Washington, D. C 546 

Consolidated Groeery Co., Tampa, Fla 494 

Permenter Company. Jacksonville. Fla 494 

Taylor, J. A., Wilmington, N. C 4S3 

SOWERS (GUANO). 

Cole Mfg. Co., Charlotte, N. C 475 

HAIRDRESSING AND BEAUTY PARLOR. 

Madam Himes, Tampa, Fla. .....' 377 

HARDWARE. 

Beach, William, Hardware Co., Columbus, Ga 453 

Carter, J. W., Maxton. N. C 460 

Lorick & Lowrance, Columbia, S. C 453 

Lovell's Sons, Edward. Savannah, Ga 453 

Weed & Co., J. D. (Hdw., Iron), Savannah, Ga 455 

HARDWARE (BUILDERS'). 

Americus Construction Co., Americus, Ga 545 

Cramton Lumber Co., Montgomery, Ala 423 

Quigley Lumber & Supply Co., Starke, Fla 432 

Shiver, John W,, Americus. Ga 436 

St. Petersburg Novelty Wks., St. Petersburg. Fla 424 

Winder Lumber Co., Winder, Ga 433 

HAY, GRAIN, FEED, FLOUR, ROLLER MILLS. 

Albany Milling Co., Albany, Ga 497 

Cherry ville Roller Mills, Cherry ville, N. C 409 

Consolidated Grocery Co., Tampa, Fla 494 

Fort Pierce Feed & Grain Co., Fort Pierce, Fla 498 

Frazier. J. D. Co. (The), Atlanta, Ga i 495 

Henderson Roller Mills Co., Monroe, N. C 498 

Jackson & Turner. Live Oak. Fla 495 

Kirkland Distributing Co., Columbia, S. C 495 

McEaehcrn. John S. Sons, Wilmington, N. C 498 

Permenter Company, Jacksonville, Fla 494 

HORSE COLLARS. 

Allen Mfg. Co., Lawrenceville, Ga 531 

HOTELS, RESTAURANTS, CAFES, ETC. 

Algonquin Hotel, Norfolk, Va 379 

Archer House (The), Archer. Fla 372 

Arlington Hotel, Tampa, Fla 377 

Atlantic Hotel, Norfolk, Va 373 

Bay Island Hotel, Sarasota, Fla 350 

Belmont Hotel. Savannah. Ga 37S 

Berkshire (The), Pinehurst, N. C 352 

Bostain's Cafe. Tampa. Fla 350 

Boyd Hotel, Bronson, Fla 371 

Bretton Inn, Ormond Beach, Fla 353 

Brick Hotel (The), Helena, Ga 374 

Brown House (The), Melbourne. Fla 371 

Cape Fear Hotel. Wilmington, N. C 365 

Carolina (The), Pinehurst, N. C 352 

Central Hotel, Shelby, N. C 374 

Clearwater Cafe, Clearwater, Fla 376 

Cocoa House, Cocoa, Fla 353 

Colonial Hotel, Plant City, Fla 374 

Dawson Inn, Dawson, Ga 379 

De Soto Hotel, Savannah, Ga 359 

De Soto Hotel, Tampa, Fla 364 

Exchange Hotel, Montgomery, Ala 374 

Florida Hotel (The), Tampa, Fla 377 



HOTELS, RESTAURANTS, CAFES, ETC.— Conl. 

Fort Pierce Hotel, Fort Pierce, Fla 3(11 

Gables (The), W. Palm Beach, Fla.. . . 369 

Gareia's Restaurant, Tampa, Fla 37(1 

Geiger Hotel, Savannah, Ga 360 

Geneva (The), Seabreeze, Fla 371 

Georgian Hotel (The), Cordele, Ga .. 377 

Gulf View Hotel (The). Cortcz, Fla 358 

Harrill Hotel. Bostic, N. C 368 

Harrington Hall Hotel. Ocnln, Fla 355 

Harris House (The). McRue. Ga : 375 

Hart's Commercial Hotel. Sarasota. Fla 350 

Harvard (The), Pinehurst, N. C 352 

Hillsboro Hotel. Tampa, Fla 351 

II illy Inn, Pinehurst, N. C 352 

Hollywood (The), Southern Pines, N. C 366 

Hotel Ansley. Atlanta, Ga .'ills 

Hotel Bolin, North. S. C 3115 

Hotel Bunnell, Bunnell, Fla ... 375 

Hotel Carleton (The). Melbourne, Fla 374 

Hotel Clarendon, Davtona, Fla 354 

Hotel Clinton, Clinton, S. C 3(15 

Hotel Detroit, St. Petersburg, Fla 371) 

Hotel Dixie, Titusville. Fla 311(1 

Hotel Edwinola, Dade City, Fla 370 

Hotel Graham, Gainesville, Fla 3(17 

Hotel, Indian River Co., Rockledgc, Fla 356 

Hotel Juplinor, Bradentown, Fla 376 

Hotel Mabree (The). Forest City, N. C 365 

Hotel Olive, Tampa, Fla 377 

Hotel Palm Beach. Palm Beach, Fla 366 

Hotel Royal, Brunswick, Ga 378 

Hotel Seminole, West Palm Beach, Fla 361 

Hotel Varnada. Brooksville, Fla 372 

Hotel Virginia, Jacksonville, Fla 374 

Hotel Waverlv, Jacksonville, Fla 373 

Inn (The), Safety Harbor, Fla 369 

Iso-Thermal Hotel (The), Rutherfordton. N. C 368 

Jefferson Inn (The), Southern Pines, N. C 355 

Keystone (The) , Fernandina. Fla 374 

Littledale Hotel, Hawthorne, Fla 365 

Main St. Quick Lunch, Jacksonville, Fla 373 

New Commercial Hotel, Starke, Fla 376 

New Commercial Hotel, Tampa, Fla 378 

New England Hotel. Zephyrhills, Fla 371 

New Hotel Burbridge, Jacksonville, Fla. ... 360 

New Kimball (The), Atlanta, Ga. 365 

New Lucerne (The). Orlando, Fla 366 

New Pulaski (The), Savannah, Ga 363 

New Waldo (The), Waldo. Fla 375 

Ocean House, New Smyrna, Fla . 368 

Ocean View Hotel, Pablo Beach, Fla 362 

Orange Hotel (The), Inverness, Fla 371 

Perkins (The), Southern Pines, N. C 361 

Piedmont Hotel, Atlanta, Ga 359 

Plunkett Hotel, North, S. C 375 

Princess Issena (The), Seabreeze, Fla 357 

Ramsey Hotel (The), Denmark, S. C 375 

River View Hotel, Ormond, Fla 377 

St. Charles Hotel, Orlando, Fla 371 

San Carlos (The), Miami, Fla 368 

San Juan Hotel, Orlando, Fla 364 

Sanford Hotel. Sanford, N. C 373 

Smith's Dairy Kitchen, Tampa, Fla 376 

Southern Hotel (The), Rutherfordton, V C 372 

Southern Hotel, Savannah, Ga , 378 

Southern Pines Hotel, Southern Pines, N. C 357 

Springer Hotel. Columbus, Ga 363 

Starke House, Starke, Fla 371 

Suwanee Hotel (The), Cordele. Ga. . 363 

Suwannee Hotel (The), Live Oak, Fla 370 

Tampa Bav Hotel, Tampa, Fla 348 

Tremont Hotel, Orlando. Fla 367 

Uneeda Cafe, Tallahassee, Fla 376 

Verona Inn, Clearwater, Fla 369 

White House (The). Cedar Key, Fla 367 

White House (The), Gainesville, Fla 367 

Williston Hotel, Williston, Fla 371 

Windsor Hotel, Americus. Ga 362 

Windsor Hotel, Jacksonville, Fla 360 

Wyoming (The), Orlando, Fla 353 

ICE FACTORIES, COLD STORAGE AND BOTTLING WORKS. 

Alachua Bottling Works, Alachua, Fla 498 

Co^a-Cola Bottling Co.. Gainesville. Fla 498 

Crenshaw Bros. & Saffold. Tampa. Fla 522 

Gainesville Coca-Col i Bottling Co., Gainesville, Fla 498 

Middle Florida lee Co., Tallahassee, Fla 501 

Portsmouth Coal & Ice Co., Portsmouth, Va 498 

Southern Ice Co., Jacksonville, Fla 500 

Southern Ice Co., Montgomery, Ala.. 500 

Southern Ice Co., Palmetto, Fla 500 

Southern Ice Co., Tampa, Fla 500 

INKS (PRINTING AND LITHO.). MFRS. OF 

Southern Oil & Ink Co., Savannah, Ga 400 

IRON, STEEL, ETC. (GRATEBARS, ENGINES, ARCHITECT- 
URAL IRON WORK, SASH WEIGHTS, ASH PIT DOORS 
AND DUMPS, KILN WHEELS, COTTON SEED CRUSHER 
ROLL GRINDING, BOILER FRONTS, CASTINGS AND 
MACHINERY REPAIRS. 

Janney & Co. Iron Works, Montgomery, Ala 535 



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LAUNDRIES, DYERS AND CLEANERS. 

Athens Empire Laundry Co., Athens, Ga 377 

Beach Cleaning Co.. Tampa, Fla 377 

Ben-Vonde Co., Charlotte, N. C 377 

Charlotte Laundrv. Charlotte, N. C 377 

Co3ter, C. G., Wilmington N. C 378 

Hawkins Dve Wks., Jacksonville, Fla 361 

Model Steam Laundry Co., Charlotte, N. C 37S 

Parisian Hand Laundry Co., New York City 375 

Portsmouth Steam Laundry, Portsmouth, Va .547 

Prager Laundry Co., Savannah, Ga 375 

White Star Laundry, Tampa, Fla 375 

Wilmington Steam Laundry, Wilmington, N. C 375 

LIVE STOCK. POULTRY. 

Jackson & Turner, Largo, Fla 495 

Jefferson County Pecan & Livestock Co., Monticello, Fla 519 

Lakemont Poultry Farms, Inc., Winter Park, Fla 523 

Leef Poultry Yards, Rockingham, N. C SOS 

LIVERY. 

Brown & Co., W. L., Tampa, Fla 3S5 

Cooks Transfer Co., Jacksonville, Fla 387 

Haygood Co., Jas., Montgomery, Ala 379 

Holmes Livery Co., Tampa, Fla 385 

Jackson & Turner, Largo, Fla 495 

Jones Transfer Co., Columbia, S. C 382 

Kentucky Livery Co., Birmingham, Ala 385 

Lockett, U. S. & Son, Americus, Ga 382 

O'Leary, M. J., Savannah. Ga 479 

Orrell Livery Co., Wilmington, N. C 381 

Palace Stable Co.. Columbus, Ga 385 

Reid Livery Co., Charlotte, N. C 386 

Savannah Baggage & Cab Co., Savannah, Ga 381 

Sugg, M. N., Southern Pines, N. C 544 

LOCKSMITHS AND SAFE EXPERTS. 

Martin, Ed., Norfolk, Va 466 

Nelson, Frank E., Tampa, Fla 515 

LUMBER, SAW MILLS, PLANING MILLS, ETC. 

Adams. D. P. & Co., Fitzgerald, Ga 431 

Alderman, J. W.. Tarpon Springs, Fla 420 

Allison Lumber Co., Albany, Ga 409 

Ambrose, J. A., Lawrenceville, Ga 429 

Americus Construction Co., Americus, Ga 545 

Atlantic Log & Export Co., Savannah, Ga 435 

Beck Lumber Co., A. L.. Orlando, Fla 530 

Borden & Co.. N. B., Fernandina, Fla 420 

Briggs & Co., G. S., Norfolk, Va 427 

Brinson, B. F., Lake City, Fla 409 

Builders Mfg. Co., Maxton, N. C 431 

Bvnum & Sniper. Osgood, N. C 435 

Cain Co., E. E., Jacksonville, Fla 422 

Cameron, A., Vass, N. C 415 

Cantwell Lumber Co., Wilmington, N. C 409 

Carter, J. P., Rochelle, Ga 407 

Central Cypress Co., Centralia, Fla 408 

Chadbourn Lumber Co., Wilmington, N. C 411 

Cheraw Sash, Door & Lumber Co., Cheraw, S. C 431 

Cherrvville Lumber Co., Cherrvville, N. C 409 

Chester Machine & Lumber Co., Chester, S. C 433 

Child Bros. Bldg. & Lbr. Co., Tallahassee, Fla 430 

Consumers Lumber and Veneer Co., Apopka, Fla 426 

Cordele Sash, Door & Lumber Co.. Cordele, Ga 423 

Cramton Lumber Co., Montgomery, Ala 423 

Cromwell Hardwood Lumber Co., Montgomery, Ala 411 

Darby Lumber Co., J. F., Vidalia, Ga 421 

Davis Lumber Co., Orange Heights, Fla 545 

Dickey Lumber Co., Lon, Fitzgerald, Ga 416 

Doscher-Gardner Co. (The), Jacksonville, Fla 411 

Durden-Coleman Lumber Co., Savannah. Ga 410 

Duval Planing Mill Co. (The). Jacksonville, Fla 432 

East Coast Lumber Co., Watertown, Fla 421 

Enterprise Lumber & Box Co., Jacksonville, Fla 452 

Enterprise Novelty Works, Tampa, Fla 453 

Fallaw & Allison Co., Inc., Columbia, S. C 434 

Flynn, G. T. & W. J., Wilmington. N. C 413 

-Gainesville Planing & Coffin Co.. Gainesville, Fla 435 

Graves Lumber Co., Hosford, Fla 412 

Gray, H. L., Raleigh, Fla 419 

Greer, J. L., Greer, Fla 419 

Gress Mfg. Co., Jacksonville, Fla 430 

Haves Mfg. Co., Rural. Fla 435 

Hebble-Barlow Co., Inc. (The), Piedmont, Ala 445 

Hester & Millikin, Clarkton, N. C 433 

Highland Park Lumber Co., Montgomery, Ala 435 

Hightower Planing Mills, Cedartown, Ga 433 

Howell & Co., Inc.. C. F., Wilmington. N. C 438 

Hughes, J. R., Monticello. Fla 428 

Jenkins Lumber Co., Vidalia, Ga 541 

Johns, C. W., Hurtsboro, Ala 436 

Jones & Co., C. M„ Sarasota, Fla 425 

Kingsdale Lumber Corp., Lumberton, N C 4L.N 

Knight, Lumber Co., Bradentown, Fla 422 

Koch, W. W.. Wilmington, N. C 535 

Lewis & Co., J. W., Charlotte, N. C 435 

McEachin-McNair Lumber Co. (The), Meredith, Fla 414 

McKinnon, A. J., Maxton, N. C 425 

McLaughlin Bros.. Zephyrhills, Fla 432 

McNair Lumber Co., Jacksonville, Fla Ill 

Malphurs, M. L., La Crosse, Fla 435 

Vlniklejohn Lumber Co., Cheraw, S. C 434 



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LUMBER, SAW MILLS, PLANING MILLS, ETC.— 
Continued. 

Mulberry Lumber & Supply Co.. Mulberrv, Fla 433 

Ocilla Planing Mill Co., Ocilla. Fla 457 

Orlando Novelty Wks., Orlando, Fla 439 

Petrey, R. R., Limestone, Fla 433 

Phillips-Mahoney Co., Inc., Portsmouth, Va 434 

Phcenix Planing Mill. Atlanta, Ga 430 

Piedmont Lumber Mfg. Co., Inc., Charlotte, N. C 444 

Porterfield & Price, Rural, Fla 434 

Quigley Lumber & Supoly Co., Starke. Fla 432 

Ramsev, T. W., Tampa, Fla 436 

Regal Mfg. Co., Forest City, N. C 435 

Rhvne Bros. Lumber Co., Cartersville. Ga 423 

Richland Lumber Co., Charlotte, N. C 431 

Robinson & Phillipps, Tampa, Fla 436 

Rockmart Lumber Co., Rockmart, Ga 434 

Rushton, M. G., Manatee, Fla 422 

Rutherford Veneer Co., Rutherfordton, N. C 403 

St. Petersburg Novelty Works, St. Petersburg, Fla 424 

Savannah Planing Mill Co., Savannah, Ga 431 

Shiver. Jno. W., Americus, Ga 436 

Sizer, Robt R., Jacksonville. Fla 417 

Smith, C. H., Sanford, N. C 346 

Southern Lumber & Tie Co., Albany, Ga 445 

Starke Lumber Co.. Saxton, Fla 413 

Statham Milling & Lumber Co., Statham, Ga 453 

Stephens Lumber Co., Jacksonville, Fla 417 

Tarpon Lumber Co., Tarpon Springs, Fla 429 

Union Mfg. Co., Greenville, Fla 457 

Ven ib • :vl. Archer, Fla 407 

West & R^eve- i umber Mills, Inverness, Fla 418 

Williams Tie & Timber Co., Live Oak, Fla 413 

Wilmington Lumber Co., Wilmington, N. C 413 

Winder Lumber Co. , Winder, Ga 433 

MARBLE, GRANITE, MONUMENTS, TOMBSTONES, STONE, 
ETC. 

Broad River Granite Corporation, Atlanta, Ga 441 

Chapman & Clark, Savannah, Ga 449 

Charlotte Quarry Co.. Charlotte, N. C 444 

Denmark Marble Works. Denmark, S. C 453 

Highland Park Marble Co., Montgomery, Ala 453 

Kriegshaber & Son, V. H., Atlanta, Ga 538 

Meier's Marble & Granite Works, Wilmington, N C 452 

Oglesby Granite Co., Atlanta, Ga 441, 543 

Owen Bros. Marble & Granite Co., Greenwood, S. C 539 

Queen City Granite & Marble Works, Charlotte, N. C 43S 

Weston & Brooker Quarry Co., Columbia, S. C 440 

MATTRESSES, PILLOWS (MNFRS.) 

Savannah Mattress Co., Savannah, Ga. 491 

MEN'S FURNISHINGS. 

Craig Brothers Company, Jacksonville, Fla 515 

Forsyth, John, New York City 515 

Giddens Clothing Co., Henry, Tampa, Fla oio 

Men's Fashion Shop, Tampa, Fla 516 

MILL, MINE, RAILWAY SUPPLIES, ETC. 

Columbus Iron Works, Columbus. Ga 503 

Fitzgerald Iron Works, Fitzgerald, Ga 463 

Hyman Supply Co., Wilmington, N. C and Newbern, N. C... 459 

Jannev & Co., Iron Works, Montgomery, Ala 535 

Jarreli Machine Co., W. G., Charlotte, N. C 473 

Liddell Company, Charlotte, N. C 537 

Malsby Co., Atlanta, Ga 459 

Malsby Machinery Co., Jacksonville, Fla 474 

Mecklenburg Iron Works. Charlotte, N. C 470 

Ocilla Planing Mill Co., Ocilla, Ga 457 

Paxson Co., J. W., Philadelphia, Pa 476 

Price Machinerv Co., S. M., Norfolk, Va 471 

Safety Car Heating & Lighting Co. (The), New York. N. Y.. . 467 

Southern Iron & Equipment Co., Atlanta, Ga 461 

Steward-Witherill Mach. Co., Birmingham, Ala 466 

Talbert, T. L., Charlotte, N. C 461 

Weed & Co., J. D., Savannah, Ga 455 

Whaley & Co., M. W., Inc., Norfolk, Va 460 

MOTOR BOATS (MFRS.) 

Mayer & Goette Launch Works, Thunderbolt, Ga 545 

MOVING CONTRACTORS 

Brengle, S. F., Tampa. Fla 435 

Edwards Construction Co., Tampa, Fla 451 

Hobbs, W. O., Tampa. Fla 383 

Todd & Turner, Tampa, Fla 3S3 

NAVAL STORES, TURPENTINE, ETC. 

London-Savannah Naval Stores Co., Savannah. Ga 407 

Medlin. J. L., Meredith, Fla 399 

Naval Stores Steamboat Co., Jacksonville, Fla 393 

Venable, M., Archer, Fla 407 

Weed & Co., J. D.. Savannah, Ga 455 

NEWSPAPERS. 

Age-Herald (The). Birmingham, Ala ■ 528 

Atlanta Journal (The), Atlanta, Ga 529 

Baltimore News (The). Baltimore, Md 530 

Bristol Herald-Courier, Bristol, Va.-Tenn 528 



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PAGE 

NEWSPAPERS— Continued. 

Constitution Pub, Co., Atlanta Ga 529 

Courier-Journal (The), Louisville, Ky 490 

Daily Picayune (The), New Orleans, La 530 

Florida Times-Union (The), Jacksonville, Fla 529 

Florida Record, Tallahassee, Fla 541 

Journal-Tribune Co., Knoxvillc, Tcnn . 528 

Knoxville Sentinel (The), Knuxville, Tenn 528 

Ledgei-Dispatch, Norfolk. Va 529 

Macon Daily Telegraph, Macon, Ga 528 

Metropolis (The), Jacksonville, Fla 530 

Montgomery Advertiser (The), Montgomery, Ala 529 

Morning Herald (The). Durham. N. C 529 

Morning Star (The), Wilmington, N. C 530 

Observer Co. (The). Charlotte, N. C 542 

Sarasota Times (The), Sarasota, Fla 530 

Savannah Morning News. Savannah, Ga 530 

Sentinel (The). Orlando. Fla 490 

The Staff, Johnson City, Tenn 547 

State (The). Columbia. S. C 529 

Tampa Times, Tampa. Fla 538 

Tampa Tribune Pub. Co.. Tampa, Fla 379 

Times-Dispatch, Richmond, Va 533 

Virginian Pilot. Norfolk. Va 533 

NOSE, THROAT, EAR AND EYE (SPECIALIST). 

Sutherland, Dr. Fred. B., New York, N. Y 515 

NURSERIES. 

Bassett, W. W., Monticello, Fla 517 

Florida Nurseries, Monticello, Fla 517 

Glen St. Mary Nurseries Co., Glen Saint Mary, Fla 518 

Granger Nurseries. Monticello, Fla 540 

Grilling Brothers. Jacksonville, Fla 543 

Richardson, C. W.. Savannah. Ga 510 

Simpson Nursery Company, Monticello, Fla 519 

Summit Nurseries, Monticello, Fla 520 

Turkey Creek Nurseries, McClenny, Fla 517 

PAINTS, VARNISH, OILS, GLASS. 

Ambrose, J. A., Lawrenceville, Ga 429 

Bennett, H. L., Philadelphia, Pa 526 

Cramton Lumber Company, Montgomery, Ala 423 

Gulf City Painting tfc Decorating Co., Tampa, Fla 453 

Jenkins Paint & Oil Company, Norfolk, Va 452 

Montgomery Lime & Cement Co., Montgomery, Ala 445 

Shiver, Jno. W., Americus. Ga 436 

Southern Oil & Ink Co., Savannah, Ga 400 

PALMETTO FIBRE. 

Standard Mfg. Company (The), Cedar Key, Fla 402 

PEANUT PLANTERS. 

Cole Mfg. Co., Charlotte, N. C 475 

PECAN NURSERIES, GROWERS AND SHIPPERS. 

Florida Nurseries. Monticello, Fla 517 

Granger Nurseries, Monticello, Fla 540 

Jefferson County Pecan & Livestock Co., Monticello, Fla 519 

Simon & Hamrick Monticello, Fla 478 

Simpson Nursery Co., Monticello, Fla 519 

Turkey Creek Nurseries, McClenny, Fla 517 

PENCIL MATERIAL. 

Charpie, H. E., Cedar Key. Fla 402 

PHOTOGRAPHERS. 

Adams, Geo. E., Savannah, Ga 48 7 

Allen's Art Studio, Winder. Ga 489 

Andrews Studio, Atlanta, Ga 533 

Birmingham View Co.. Birmingham, Ala 489 

Blanchard, W. L., Columbia, S. C 488 

Blank Photo Co., Tallahassee. Fla 489 

Boeck, Paul. St. Petersburg, Fla 4S9 

Bowden's Studio. Athens, Ga 490 

Cheape, H. W., Tallahassee. Fla 489 

Cogburn, W. E., Statham, Ga 489 

Coleman's Studio, Montgomery, Ala 489 

Covell, Bert G.. Birmingham. Ala 489 

Craig, D. S., Mulberry. Fla 48S 

Cross, Wm. L., Jr., Jacksonville. Fla 4S6 

Dickson, S. W.. Sanford, N. C 490 

Dver, W. H.. Wilmington, N. C 489 

Edwards, C. H., Jacksonville, Fla 487 

England, O. P., Tarpon Springs. Fla 4SS 

Ferguson-Gregg Studio. Lumberton, N. C 542 

Fishbaugh, W. A.. Tampa. Fla 487 

Foltz Studios, Savannah, Ga 490 

Ford. C. E.. Jacksonville. Fla 486 

Freeman & Hunt. Norfolk, Va 490 

Freeman's Studio, Bartow, Fla 488 

Gibson Kodak Co.. Jacksonville, Fla 487 

Girard. Edwd. H.. Savannah. Ga 489 

Griffith's Studio. Covington, Va 490 

Hale Studio. Cordele. Ga 533 

Hallen, L.. Tampa. Fla 487 

Harris Studios, Shelby, N. C 487 

Haskell. A. A.. Brooksville, Fla 4S8 

Haynes' Studio. Monroe. N. C 4S9 

Hays. F. S.. Abbeville, S. C 490 

Herron. J. A., Piedmont. Ala 535 



PHOTOGRAPHERS -Continued. 

Hoover Bros. Studio, Starke, Fla 

Howard, C. E., Orlando, Fla 

Hughes & Co., J. !•'., Baltimore, Md 

Leveritt's Studio, Vidalia, Ga 

McCollum, J. B., Columbus, Ga 

McGee's Art Studio, MoRae, Ga 

Mann, (!. A., While Sulphur Springs, W. Va 

Mann, H. C, Norfolk, Va 

Morgan & Sons, D. F., Rockingham, N. C 

Morper, L. G-, Archer. Fla 

Morse, W. M., Charlotte, N. C 

Ohaver's Photo Craft Shop, Palmetto, Fla 

O'Kelly, It. F., Comer, Ga 

Parker, J. P., Dunnellon, Fla 

Pennington, F. C, Fernandina, Fla 

Richardson, Jesse A., Lawrenceville, Ga. 

Robinson, T. P., Orlando, Fla 

Stephenson Studio, Atlanta, Ga 

Stephenson Studio, Birmingham. Ala 

Stertzbach, Wm., Portsmouth, Va 

Tourez Bros., Plant City, Fla 

Tourez Bros., Tarpon Springs, Fla 

Tresslar's Studio, Montgomery, Ala 

Tyree's Studio, Raleigh, N. C 

Vansickel's Studio, Gainesville, Fla 

Van Riper, H. W., Americus, Ga 

Wilcox, H. P., Kissimmee, Fla 

Wilson Studio, Ronceverte, W. Va 

Winston, R. H., Brunswick, Ga 

Woodward, G. T., Jacksonville, Fla 



IS8 
531 
490 
489 
488 
491) 
■too 
48(1 
■190 
489 
4 88 
488 
489 
489 
189 
490 
535 
488 
490 
490 
488 
490 
489 
542 
487 
489 
489 
535 
385 
486 



PIPE, SEWER, BRASS, ETC. 
Mecklenburg Iron Works, Charlotte, N. C 470 

PLANTERS (CORN, COTTON, PEANUTS, ETC.) 
Cole Mfg Co., Charlotte, N. C 475 

PLUMBERS, TINNERS, HOT WATER AND STEAM FITTING, 
REPAIRS, ETC. 

Coppola Plumbing Co., Charlotte, N. C. 455 

Gebbie, J. B., Tampa, Fla 457 

Hahne, Frank, Savannah, Ga 456 

Joughin & Co., R. T., Tampa, Fla 457 

Jamin & Jerkins, St. Petersburg, Fla 458 

Nettles, L. A., Lake City, Fla 455 

Pacetti's Sons, E. C Savannah, Ga 476 

Shea, D. W., Tampa. Fla 456 

Sheridan, H. R., Columbua, Ga 455 

Weed & Co., J. D., Savannah, Ga 455 

POWER COMPANY. 

Yadkin River Power Co., Great Falls, N. C 346 

PRINTERS, ENGRAVERS, STATIONERS, BOOKSELLERS, 
STAMPS AND STENCIL SUPPLIES. 

Berry, O. N., Savannah, Ga 399 

Burke & Gregory, Norfolk, Va 401 

Shaw-Clayton Stationery Co., Tampa, Fla 401 

Sterling Engraving Co., New York, N. Y* 538 

PUMPS, SHAFTING, PULLEYS, ETC. 

Mecklenburg Iron Works, Charlotte, N. C 470 



QUARRIES, BUILDING STONE, CRUSHED STONE, 
GRANITE, ETC. 
Charlotte Quarry Co., Charlotte, N. C... . 
Weston & Brooker Quarry Co.. Columbia, 



S. C. 



444 
440 



RAILROAD, OFFICE AND BUILDING CONTRACTORS. 

Boykin Contracting Co.. Jacksonville, Fla 437 

Burwell & Hillver. Jacksonville, Fla 450 

Jenkins & Co.. J. F., Ocala. Fla 448 

Jones Construction Co., I. F-, Bradentown. Fla 454 

Propst Contracting Co., Charlotte, N. C 436 



RAILWAY AND STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS. 

Aberdeen & Rockfish R.R. Co.. Aberdeen. N. C 

Beaufort. <v. Savannah Line, Savannah, Ga 

Burg Line, Savannah, Ga 

Hart Line, Palatka, Fla 

Holland America Line, Savannah, Ga. 



395 

391 

396 

391 

396 

Peninsular <£ Occidental S.S. Co.. Jacksonville, Fla 387 

So. Atlantic S.S. Co., Savannah. Ga 393 

Strachan Line. Savannah. Ga 392 

Tampa & Gulf Coast R.R C ,.. Tampa. Fla 389 

Wilmington. Brunswick & Southern R.R, Co.. Wilmington. N. C. 394 

RAZORS (SAFETY) STROPPERS, ETC. 
Cole Razor and Stropper Co. (The). Charlotte, N. C.. 
Hofmann (J. Geo.) & Smith. Tampa, 



Fla 



475 
402 



REAL ESTATE, FARM, TIMBER AND MINERAL LANDS. 
SOUTHERN INVESTMENTS. 

Aird & Wiggs, Jacksonville. Fla 329 

Alachua Realty Co.. Alachua. Fla 327 

Alderman Realty Co.. Jacksonville, Fla 330 

Allen Realty Co.. Tampa. Fla 297 



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PAGE 

REAL ESTATE, FARM, TIMBER AND MINERAL 
LANDS. SOUTHERN INVESTMENTS— Continued. 

American Securities Co., Jacksonville, Fla 276 

Americus Chamber of Commerce, Americus, Ga 343 

Anna Maria Beach Co., Anna Maria, Fla 316 

Armstrong. F. C, Terra Ceia, Fla 5 

Baker, J. M., Tampa, Fla 293 

Barco, J. M., Clearwater, Fla 304 

Barco Realty Co., Clearwater, Fla 304 

Barnes, J. W., Largo, Fla 302 

Bavshore Development. Co., Tampa, Fla 302 

Becks, P. J., Palatka, Fla 346 

Beckwith & Warren Co., Tampa, Fla 4th Cov. 

BischofT, John D., Jacksonville, Fla 333 

Black, W. C, Tampa, Fla 302 

Blackburn, W. S., St. Petersburg. Fla 313 

Blanton Realty Co., Clearwater, Fla 305 

Blocker. J. C, St. Petersburg, Fla 312 

Boardman Realty Co.. P. R., St. Petersburg, Fla 306 

Bouchelle & Sams, New Smyrna, Fla 239 

Boyett, J. J., W. Tampa, Fla 302 

Brown, Chas. A., Jr., Jacksonville, Fla 273 

Brown Realty Co., Jacksonville, Fla 331 

Brown Realty Co., Lake City, Fla 340 

Burke Chase Realty Co., St. Petersburg, Fla 311 

Burns Realty Co., Sarasota, Fla 312 

Carroll, Geo. A., Jacksonville, Fla 329 

Carson Realty Co., Jacksonville, Fla 544 

Chuluota Company, Chuluota, Fla 324 

Clark & Lamb, Bradentown, Fla 280 

Coe & Ladd, St. Petersburg, Fla 305, 309 

Consolidated Land Co., Jacksonville, Fla 314, 315 

Crystal Beach Company, St. Petersburg, Fla 309 

Cummings & Co.. E. A., Chicago, 111 274 

Dane, P. R.. St. Petersburg, Fla 313 

Davis, C. H.. Manatee, Fla 220 

Davis, W. D., Tampa, Fla 293 

Decker Realty Co., Tarpon Springs, Fla 303 

Decker, W. W. K-, Tarpon Springs, Fla 303 

Deming & Coffin, Winter Park, Fla 325 

Dickert & Son, C. P., Live Oak, Fla 344 

Dorchester, W. E., Tampa, Fla 295 

Dozier Real Estate Agency, L. E., Leesburg, Fla 323 

Durrance, J. R., Tarpon Springs, Fla 303 

Edwards, A. B., Sarasota, Fla 275 

Endicott Bros. Realty Co., St. Petersburg. Fla 307 

Epperson, J. B., Williston, Fla 327 

Foley, J. G., St. Petersburg, Fla 307 

Fuller, H. W., St. Petersburg, Fla 2,3 

Gates. Josiah, Manatee, Fla. . 285 

Giddens & Graham, Tampa, Fla 297 

Graham, E. M., Bradentown, Fla 282 

Graham Realty Co., Tampa, Fla 301 

Gray Bros. & Co., Jacksonville, Fla 336 

Griffing Bros., Jacksonville, Fla 543 

Hall, Chas. R., St. Petersburg, Fla., and Philadelphia, 

Pa 2d Cover and 1 

Hammock Bros., Clearwater, Fla 303 

Harris, S. V., Bradentown, Fla 286 

Hendry & Knight, Tampa, Fla 3rd Cov. 

Herndon & Sewell, Jacksonville, Fla 329 

Higel, Harry L., Sarasota, Fla 274 

Hollev & Richards, Palmetto, Fla 283 

Hooper, W. W., Tampa, Fla 299 

Hopkins & Son, R. R., Brunswick. Ga 344 

Jackson, G. G., Williston. Fla 327 

Jackson, Jno. W., Palmetto, Fla 279 

Jackson Realty Co., W. N., Tampa, Fla 299 

Jansen & Watkins, Orlando, Fla 547 

Jefferson County Pecan & Livestock Co., Monticello, Fla 519 

Johnson Realty Co., W. E., Tampa, Fla 297 

Jones Realty Co., E. Z., Jacksonville, Fla 338 

Kellar Investment Co., Tampa, Fla 296 

Key & Son, Mrs. S. E.. St. Petersburg. Fla 273 

Knauer, Wm., Jacksonville, Fla 329 

Kramer, Co., H. A., Ocala, Fla 326 

Lake County Land Co., Leesburg, Fla 322 

Lake Wakes Land Co., Bartow, Fla 319 

Lamb & Willis, Palmetto, Fla 281 

Leake, Mrs. H. B., Orlando, Fla 479 

Liles, A. G., Palmetto, Fla 521 

Loveless & Moore. Tampa, Fla 298 

Lykcs & Co., J. W., Tampa, Fla 298 

Mcintosh, Francis B,, Tampa, Fla 295 

McMullen, M. J., Largo, Fla 305 

Mar.Lellan, G. W., Jacksonville, Fla 345 

Mabry Realty Co., Tampa, Fla 343 

Manatee Realty Co., Bradentown, Fla., Tampa, Fla 7 

Marshall & Brandon, Clearwater, Fla 304 

Maxville Farm & Development Co., Jacksonville, Fla 339 

Melrose Turpentine & Land Co., Melrose, Fla 331 

Melson, S. J. Co., Jacksonville, Fla 334 

Miami Beach Imp. Co., Miami, Fla 341 

Millikin. W. J., St. Petersburg, Fla 311 

Morse, C. H., Winter Park., Fla 325 

Mutual Development Co., Tampa, Fla 291 

Needham Realty Co., Umatilla & Leesburg, Fla 542 

Orlando Real Estate Co., Orlando, Fla 326 

Pablo Beach Imp. Co., Jacksonville, Fla 342 

Peek. Comer L., Starke, Fla 326 

Pendleton, Kent, Tampa, Fla 301 

Pendleton Land Co., Tampa, Fla 301 

Port Richev Co., Tampa, Fla 300 

Prittie, A. L., Los Angeles, Cal 347 

Raley-Hamby Co., Jacksonville, Fla 335 



PAGE 

REAL ESTATE, FARM, TIMBER AND MINERAL 
LANDS. SOUTHERN INVESTMENTS— Con.inued. 

Riddle Company (The), Jacksonville, Fla 340 

Ridgely Realty Co., St. Petersburg, Fla 305 

Riggin, Geo., Brandentown, Fla 284 

Riviere, J. H., Palmetto, Fla 6 

Robb, L. S., Brunswick, Ga 344 

Robinson & Co., W. E., Palmetto, F'.a 277 

Rood, E. B., Bradentown. Fla 287 

St. Petersburg Investment Co., St. Petersburg, Fla 2, 3 

Sarasota Realty Exchange, Sarasota, Fla 278 

Seaman, M. D., St. Petersburg, Fla 310 

Sharp's Real Estate Agency, Tampa, Fla 299 

Short, Alfred, Tallahassee. Fla 343 

Simons, H. H. Realty Co., Jacksonville, Fla 332 

Simms Realty Co., Tampa, Fla 294 

Simon & Hamrick, Monticello, Fla 478 

Skeffington, F. J., Savannah. Ga 344 

Smith, C. H., Sanford, N. C 346 

Smith, G. W., Jacksonville, Fla 333 

Smith, Jere S., Jacksonville, Fla 329 

Smith Realty Co., T. B., Tampa, Fla 297 

Snell & Hamlett, St. Petersburg, Fla 308 

Southern Land Securities Co., Bartow, Fla *. 31S 

Spencer, C. E., Dade City, Fla 321 

Steele, W. L., Jacksonville, Fla 333 

Stewart & Co., J. H., Jacksonville, Fla 329 

Stuart. E. C, Bartow, Fla 3i7 

Suggs, J. A., Palmetto, Fla 288, 289 

Sumner, R. H., St. Petersburg, Fla 310 

Swan & Holtsinger, Co., Tampa, Fla 290 

Tampa & Tarpon Springs Land Co.. Tampa. Fla 4th Cov. 

Tampa Bay Land Co.. Tampa, Fla 292 

Terra Ceia Estates, Inc., Terra Ceia, Fla 276 

Thomas, R. H., St. Petersburg, Fla 309 

Toole, W. H.. Winder, Ga 343 

Valrico Land Co., Tampa, Fla 300 

Ward, H .A., Winter Park, Fla 325 

Warrington, W. C, Jacksonville, Fla 32S 

Wells. D. S., Tampa, Fla 299 

Wells Land Co., Tampa, Fla 299 

Welsh Realty Co., St. Petersburg, Fla 312 

West, E. E., Jacksonville, Fla 337 

Wier Realty Co., Tampa, Fla 300 

Wilkins, W C, Leesburg, Fla 325 

Williams & Co., F. W., Tampa, Fla 313 

Woods, I. A., Dade City, Fla 532 

Wrenn, A. R., Kissimmee and Orlando, Fla 329 

Wyman & Green, Bradentown, Fla 4 

Young, T. Rov, Tampa. Fla 295 

Zephyrhills Colony Co., Zephyrhills, Fla 320 

Zimmerman Realty Co., Tampa, Fla 299 

ROOFING, ETC. 

Ambrose, J. A., Lawrenceville, Ga 429 

Atlantic Blow Pipe Co.. Wilmington, N. C 455 

Eagle Roofing & Art Metal Works, Tampa. Fla 456 

Ford Roofing Co., Jacksonville, Fla 455 

Hahne, Frank, Savannah, Ga 456 

Pacetti's Sons, E. C, Savannah, Ga 476 

Sheridan, H. R., Columbus, Ga 455 

Sherrill, T. B., Tampa, Fla 473 

Smith Roofing Co., Wilmington, N. C 452 

Tampa Roofing Co., Tampa, Fla 439 

Weed, J. D. & Co.. Savannah, Ga 455 

SEED PLANTERS. 

Cole Mfg. Co., Charlotte, N. C 475 

Southern Plow Co., Columbus, Ga 503 

SEEDS (WATERMELON AND CANTALOUPE). 
Girardeau Seed Co., Monticello, Fla 521 

STEAMSHIP AND FORWARDING AGENTS, STEVEDORES, 
TOWING. 

Atlantic Coast Forwarding Co., Jacksonville, Fla 397 

Bailey, E. W., Fernandina, Fla 389 

Borden Co., N. B., Fernandina, Fla 420 

Diamond Steamboat & Wrecking Co., Wilmington, N. C 398 

McGiffin & Co., Jno. G., Fernandina and Jacksonville, Fla. . 3S9, 396 

Savannah Lighterage & Transfer Co., Savannah, Ga 545 

Shore, Philip, Tampa. Fla 397 

Smith & Kelly Co., Savannah, Ga 390 

Southern Shipping Co., Savannah, Ga 3S7 

Strachan Line, Savannah, Ga 392 

Williamson & Rauers, Savannah, Ga. 397 

STAVE AND HEADING MILLS. 

Castle Hayne Stave Co., Wilmington, N. C 406 

Hayes Mfg. Company, Rural, Fla 435 

Wilmington Cooperage Co., WilmingtoD, N. C 406 

STROPPERS (ALL KINDS OF RAZORS), RAZORS, ETC. 

Cole Razor and Stropper Company, Charlotte, N. C 475 

TAILORS. 

Craig Bros., Jacksonville, Fla 515 

Damato, Tom, Jacksonville, Fla 519 

Gidden's Clothing Co., Tampa, Fla 516 

Krusc, William, Tampa, Fla 515 



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PACK 

TAILORS Continued. 

Men's Fashion Shop, Tampa, Fla 510 

Metropolitan Tailoring A: Cleaning Co., Jacksonville, Fla 514 

O'Meara, Martin, Johnson City, Tenn 514 

Ortloff. H . New York, X. V 544 



Schieren C( 



TANNERS, 
Chus A . New 



AND BELT MFRS. 
V,,rk City, N. Y 



TILING. 



Tampa Mantel t fc Tile Company, TVmpa, 
Van Ness Tile Company, Savannah, Ga . 



440 
453 



TOBACCO AND CIGAR MFRS. 

Arguelles & Co., Tampa. Fla 524 

Barlow-Corry Co. ( Ho). Quincy, Fla 490 

Guesta, Rcy «& Co. Tampa, Fla 500 

Rey. Straus it Co. Tampa., Fla 349 

TOBACCO GROWERS, PACKERS AND DEALERS. 

Barlow-Corry Co., Quincy, Fla 490 

Jefferson-Sumatra Tobacco Plant, Montieello. Fla 524 

TRANSFERS 

Benton Transfer Co., Savannah, Ga 380 

Campbell's Transfer. Tampa, Fla 383 

Caughman's Auto Transfer, Columbia, S. C 379 

Chapman it Clark, Savannah, Ga 449 

Charlotte Transfer Co., Charlotte, N*. C 380 

Cheatum & Newton. Tampa, Fla 383 

Columbus Baggage and Cab Co., Columbus, Ga 381 

Cook's Transfer Co., Jacksonville. Fla 387 

Finlev, J. N.. Columbia, S. C 385 

Florida Transfer Co., Tampa, Fla 382 

Gardiner & Dougutie, Columbus, Ga 385 

Hobbs, W. O., Tampa. Fla 383 

Jones Transfer Co.. Columbia. S. C 382 

Mears Livery ,k Transfer. Jacksonville. Fla 379 

Miami Transfer Co.. Miami. Fla 380 

O'Leary, M. J.. Savannah, Ga 479 

St. Augustine Transfer Co., St. Augustine, Fla 380 

St. Petersburg Transportation Co., Tampa, Fla 384 

Saunders Transfer Co.. Tampa, Fla 388 

Savannah Baggage & Cab Co., Savannah, Ga 381 

Savannah Lighterage A: Transfer Co. Savannah, Ga 545 

Todd & Turner. Tampa. Fla 383 



TURKISH BATHS. 
Norfolk Turkish Baths, Norfolk, Va . 



373 
Thomson. G. B. & R. C Jacksonville. Flu . 373 



TURPENTINE STILLS iMFRS. OFi. 
McMillan Bros.. Savannah, Ga 



TYPEWRITERS. 

Remington Typewriter Co., Norfolk. Va. . . 



VENEER. 

Clement-Ross Mfg. Co. (The). Cheraw, S. C 

Consumers Lumber tfc Veneer Co., Apopka, Fla 



Rutherford Vl 



Co., Rutherfordton, N. C 



174 



103 
420 
403 



WATCH INSPECTORS AND 

Burnett, A. E., Ocala, Florida 



JEWELERS. 

505 

Case, C. H.. Durham, N. C 504 

Drake, L. N., Columbia, S. C . 505 

Evans. T. H., Orlando, Fla 505 

Fricker, James & Bro., Americus, Ga 504 

Hess & Slager, Jacksonville, I'^la 504 

Huggins, Geo. W., Wilmington, N. C 504 

Jolly & Wynne Jewelry Co.. Raleigh, N. C 503 

Owen-Cotter Jewelry Co., Tampa, Fla .. 504 

Thomas, J. & C. N., Savannah, Ga 503 

Wolfe Brothers, Charlotte, N. C ... 505 

WAGON AND CARRIAGE RIMS. 

Hebble-Barlow Co., Inc., Piedmont, Ala 445 



WAREHOUSEMEN AND DISTRIBUTERS. 
Beckmann & Company, Savannah, Ga 



398 



WATERMELON AND CANTALOUPE SEED. 
Girardeau Seed Co., Monticello, Fla 521 

WINDOW FRAME MACHINERY, WOODWORKING 
MACHINERY, ETC. 

Phillips Mfg. Co. (The), Orlando, Fla 402 

WINES, LIQUORS, MINERAL WATERS, ETC. 

Blum Co., Charles, Jacksonville, Fla 494 

Falsone, J. A., Y'bor City, Tampa, Fla 493 

Flanigan, T. C, Auburn, Ga 493 

Harris Springs Water Co., Harris Springs. S. C 492 



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PAGE 

Aberdeen & Rockfish R. R. Co., Aberdeen N. C 395 

Adams, D. P. & Co., Fitzgerald, Ga 431 

Adams, Geo. E., Savannah, Ga 487 

Age Herald, Birmingham, Ala 52S 

Aird & Wiggs, Jacksonville, Fla 329 

Alachua Realty Company, Alachua, Fla 327 

Alachua Bottling Works, Alachua, Fla 498 

Albany Milling Company, Albany, Ga 497 

Albany Power tfc Mfg. Co., Albany, Ga 461 

Alderman, .1. W., Tarpon Springs, Fla 420 

Alderman Realty Company, Jacksonville, Fla 330 

Algonquin Hotel. Norfolk, Va 379 

Allen's Art Studio, Winder, Ga 489 

Allen Manufacturing Co., Lawrenceville, Ga 531 

Allen Realty Co., Tampa, Fla 297 

Allison Lumber Company, Albany, Ga 409 

Ambrose, J. A., Lawrenceville, Ga 429 

American National Bank, The, Cordele, Ga 248 

American National Bank, Tampa, Fla 221 

American National Bank, Wilmington, N. C 267 

American Trust Company, Charlotte, N. C 262 

American Trust Company, Jacksonville, Fla 232 

American Securities Co., Jacksonville, Fla 276 

Americus Chamber of Commerce, Americus, Ga 343 

Americus Construction Co., Americus, Ga 545 

Americus National Bank, Americus, Ga 247 

Americus Undertaking Co., Americus, Ga 513 

Anchor Trust Co., Raleigh, N. C 270 

Anderson, Henry H., Tampa, Fla 508 

Andrew's Studio, Atlanta, Ga 533 

Anna Maria Beach Co., Anna Maria, Fla 316 

Archer House, The, Archer, Fla 372 

Arguelles & Co., Tampa, Fla 524 

Arlington Hotel, Tampa, Fla 377 

Armstrong, F. C, Terra Ceia, Fla 5 

Athens Empire Laundry Co., Athens, Ga 377 

Atlanta Journal, The, Atlanta, Ga 529 

Atlantic Blow Pipe Co., Wilmington, N. C 455 

Atlantic Coast Forwarding Co., Jacksonville, Fla 397 

Atlantic Hotel, Norfolk, Va 373 

Atlantic Log & Export Co., Savannah, Ga 435 

Atlantic National Bank. Jacksonville, Fla 233 

Atlantic Trust & Banking Co., Wilmington, N. C 260 

Bailev. E. W., Fernandina, Fla 3S9-396 

Baker, J. M., Tampa, Fla 293 

Baltimore News, Baltimore, Md 530 

Bank of Abbeville, Abbeville. Ga 24S 

Bank of Aberdeen, Aberdeen, N. C 267 

Bank of Alachua, Alachua, Fla 232 

Bank of Alamo, Alamo, Ga 252 

Bank of Bay Biscavne, Miami, Fla 236 

Bank of Bladen, The, Clarkton, N. C 267 

Bank of Bladenboro, Bladenboro, N. C 265 

Bank of Cartersville. Cartersville, Ga 255 

Bank of Cedartown, Ccdartown, Ga 255 

Bank of Commerce, Americus, Ga 246 

Bank of Commerce, Tampa, Fla 221 

Bank of Cross Hill, Cross Hill. S. C 261 

Bank of Denmark, Denmark, S. C 259 

Bank of Elbert on. Elberton. Ga 25S 

Bank of Ellenboro, Ellenboro, N. C ... 261 

Bank of Ft. Pierce, Ft. Pierce, Fla 238 

Bank of Hamlet, Hamlet, N. C 264 

Bank of Hurtsboro, The, Hurtsboro, Ala 244 

Bank of Largo, Largo, Fla ... 225 

Bank of Lumberton, Lumberton N. C . 265 

Bank of Milan. Milan, Ga 24S 

Bank of Maxton. The. Maxton, N. C . 264 

Bank of Mulberry. Mulberry. Fla 226 

Bank of Pasco Co., Dade City. Fla .229 

Bank of Portsmouth, Portsmouth, Va . 269 

Bank of Preston, Preston, Ga 245 

Bank of Richland. Richland, Ga ... 245 

Rank of Robeson. The. Maxton, N. C 263 

Rank of Rockingham, Rockingham, N. C 263 

Bank of Sanford, The, Sanford, N. C 270 

Bank of Sarasota, Sarasota, Fla 219 

Bank of Starke. Starke, Fla 232 

Bank of Statham, Statham, Ga . 255 

Bank of Titusville, Tilusville, Fla 235 

Bank of Union, The, Monroe, N. C . 263 

Bank of Vass, The, Vass, N. C . ... 2711 

Bank of Waldo, Waldo, Fla 232 

Bank of Williston, Williston, Fla . 231 

Banking Loan & Trust Co.. The. Sanford, N. C. . . 270 

Barclay it Brandon Co., The. Atlanta. Ga.. , . . 512 

Barco. J. M., Clearwater, Fla 304 

Ran o Realty Co., Clearwater, Fla . . 304 

Barlow-Corry Co.. The, Quincy, Fla 496 

Barnes, J. W., Largo, Fla , , . 302 

Barnett National Bank. Jacksonville, Fla . 215 

Bassett, W. W., Monticello, Fla 517 

Bates * Hudnall, Tampa, Fla . . 444 

Bay Island Hotel, Sarasota, Fla . . 350 

Bay Shore Development Co., Tampa, Fla. , .. 302 

Beach Cleaning Company, Tampa, Ma . 377 

Beach, Wm., Hardware Company, Columbus, Ga 453 

Beaufort A: Savannah Line, Savannah, Ga 391 

Beck. A. L., Lumber Co., Orlando, Fla . .. 530 

Becks, P, J,. Palatka, Fla , . 346 

Beckmann & Companv, Savannah. Ga. . . . 398 

Beckwith A Warren Co., Tampa, Fla 4th Cover 

Belmont Hotel, Savannah', Ga .. 378 

Bennett, H. I,., Philadelphia, Pa 526 



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Bentley-Gray Dry Goods Co., Tampa, Fla 525 

Benton Transfer Company, Savannah, Ga 3S6 

Ben-Vonde Companv, Charlotte, N. C 377 

Berkshire, The, Pinehurst, N. C 352 

Berry, Geo. O.. Columbus, Ga 439 

Berry, O. N„ Savannah, Ga 399 

Birmingham View Company, Birmingham, Ala 489 

Birmingham Welding & Machinery Co., Birmingham, Ala 503 

Bischoff. John D.. Jacksonville, Fla 333 

Black, W. C. Tampa, Fla 302 

Blackburn, W. S., St. Petersburg. Fla 313 

Bladenboro Cotton Mills, Bladenboro, N. C 265 

Blanchard, W. L., Columbia, S. C 488 

Blank Photo Co., Tallahassee, Fla 489 

Blanton Realty Co., Clearwater, Fla 305 

Bleo & Miller, Jacksonville, Fla 458 

Blick, Florist, Norfolk, Va 512 

Blocker. J. C, St. Petersburg, Fla 312 

Blount & Turner. Tampa, Fla 511 

Blowers Lime & Phosphate Co., Ocala and St. Petersburg, Fla. 407 

Blum, Chas., Co., Jacksonville, Fla 494 

Boardman, P. R., Realty Co., St. Petersburg. Fla 306 

Boeck. Paul. St. Petersburg, Fla 489 

Borden, N. B., & Co., Fernandina, Fla 420 

Bostain's Cafe, Tampa, Fla 350 

Bouchelle & Sams, New Smyrna, Fla. 239 

Bowden's Studio, Athens, Ga 490 

Bovd Hotel, Bronson, Fla 371 

Boyett, J. J.. W. Tampa, Fla 302 

Boykin Contracting Co., Jacksonville, Fla 437 

Bradentown Bank & Trust Co., Bradentown, Fla 219 

Bradentown Garage, Bradentown, Fla 3SS 

Bradford County Bank, Starke, Fla 232 

Brengle, S. F., Tampa. Fla 435 

Bretton Inn, Ormond Beach, Fla 353 

Brick Hotel, Helena. Ga 374 

Briggs, G. S., ct Co.. Norfolk, Va 427 

Brimmer, M. H., Co., Wilmington, N. C 511 

Brinson, B. F., Lake City, Fla 409 

Bristol Herald Courier, The, Bristol, Va.-Tenn 528 

Broad River Granite Corporation, Atlanta. Ga 441-543 

Brooksville Crate Mfg. Co., Brooksville, Fla 403 

Brown, Chas. A., Jr., Jacksonville, Fla 273 

Brown House, The, Melbourne, Fla 371 

Brown, J. L., Tampa, Fla 45S 

Brown Realty Companv, Jacksonville, Fla 331 

Brown Realty Co.. Lake City, Fla 340 

Brown, W. L.. & Co., Tampa, Fla 3S5 

Browning & Baines, Washington. D. C 546 

Builders Mfg. Co., Maxton, N. C 431 

Burg Line, Savannah, Ga 396 

Burk Chase Realty Co., St. Petersburg, Fla 311 

Burke & Gregory, Norfolk, Va 401 

Burnett, A. E., Ocala, Fla 505 

Burns' Realty Co.. Sarasota. Fla 312 

Burwell & Hillyer. Jacksonville, Fla 450 

Bynum & Sniper, Osgood, N. C 435 

Cain, E. E., Co., Jacksonville, Fla 422 

Cameron, A.. Vass, N. C 415 

Campbell's Transfer, Tampa, Fla 3S3 

Campville Brick Co., Campville, Fla 445 

Cantwell Lumber Co., Wilmington, N. C 409 

Cape Fear Oil Co., Wilmington, N. C. . 26S 

Cape Fear Machine Works. Wilmington, N. C 502 

Cape Fear Hotel, Wilmington, N. C 365 

Carlton Bank. Carlton, Ga 258 

Carolina, The, Pinehurst. N. C 352 

Carroll. Geo. A., Jacksonville, Fla 329 

Carson Realty Co., Jacksonville, Fla 544 

Carter, J. P.,'Rochelle, Ga 407 

Carter, J. W\, Maxton. N. C 460 

Case, C. H., Durham. N. C 504 

Castle Hayne Stave Co.. Wilmington. X. C 406 

Caughman's Auto Transfer, Columbia, S. C 379 

Cedar Key State Bank, The, Cedar Key, Fla 231 

Central Bank & Trust Corp., Atlanta. Ga 257 

Central Cypress Co., Centralia, Fla 408 

Central Hotel, Shelby, N. C 374 

Central National Bank, St. Petersburg. Fla 224 

Chadbourn Lumber Co., Wilmington, N. C 411 

Chapman & Clark, Savannah, Ga 449 

Charlotte Brick Co., Charlotte, N. C 447 

Charlotte Laundry. Charlotte. N. C 377 

Charlotte National Bank. Charlotte, N. C 217 

Charlotte Quarry Co.. Charlotte, N. C 444 

Charlotte Transfer Co., Charlotte, N. C 386 

Charpie, H. E., Cedar Key, Fla 402 

Cheape, H. W., Tallahassee, Fla 4S9 

Choatum & Newton. Tampa, Fla 383 

Cheraw Sash. Door & Lumber Co.. Cheraw. S. C. v 431 

Cherryville Lumber Companv, Cherrvville. N. C 409 

Cherryville Roller Mills. Cherryville, N. C 409 

Chester Machine & Lumber Co., Chester, S. C 433 

Child Brothers Bldg. & Lumber Co.. Tallahassee, Fla 430 

Chuluota Companv, Chuluota, Fla 324 

Citizens Bank. Bartow. Fla 227 

Citizens Bank of Bushnell. Bushnell, Fla 229 

Citizens Bank. Helena. Ga 251 

Citizens Bank of Live Oak, Live Oak, Fla 244 

Citizens Bank, Mulberry, Fla 346 

Citizens Bank of Madison, Madison, Fla 243 

Citizens Bank of McRae, McRae, Ga 251 

Citizens Bank, Plains. Ga 245 

Citizens Bank of Tallahassee, Tallahassee, Fla 242 



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Citizens Bank & Trust Co., \thens, Ga -.">* 

Citizens Bunk it Trust Co., Tampa, Fin 221 

Citizens Bunk & Trust Co., Southern Pines, N. C 270 

Citizens Exchange Bunk, The, Denmark, S. C 201 

Citizens National Bunk, The. Rockmurt, Ga 255 

Citizens National Bunk, Vidalia, Qa 250 

Clarendon Column Company, Wilmington, N. C 423 

Chirk & Lamb, Bradentown, Fla 280 

Clearwater Cafe, Clearwater, Fin 376 

Clement-Ross Mfg. Co... The, Cheraw, S. C 403 

Ciintun Oil Mfg. Co.. Clinton, S. C 482 

Coca-Cola Bottling Works, Gainesville, Fla 498 

Cocoil House, Cocoa, Fla 353 

Coc & Ladd, St. Petersburg, Fla 305, 309 

Cogburn, VV. E., Stat ham, Ga 489 

Coleman's Studio, Montgomery, Ala 489 

Coleman, Wm.. it Co., Bankers. Whitmire, S. C 200 

Cole Manufacturing Co., Charlotte. N. C 475 

Cole Razor & Stropper Co., The, Charlotte, N. C 475 

Colonial Hotel, Plant Citv, Fla 374 

Columbia College, Lake City, Fla 528 

Columbus Baggage it Cab Co., Columbus, Ga 381 

Columbus Broom Factory, Columbus, Ga 402 

Columbus Iron Works Co.. Columbus, Ga 503 

Comet, The, Johnson City, Tenn 546 

Commercial Bank of Cedartown, The. Cedartown, Ga 254 

Commercial Bank, The. Ocaln. Fla 229 

Commercial National Bank, The. Raleigh, N. C 271 

Cone Undertaking Co.. Tampa, Fla 514 

Consolidated Grocery Company, Tampa. Fla 494 

Consolidated Land Company, Jacksonville, Fla 314, 315 

Constitution Publishing Co.. Atlanta, Ga 529 

Consumers Lumber it Veneer Co., Apopka, Fla 426 

Conyers, A. C Jacksonville, Fla 43S 

Cook Auto Company, Orlando. Fla 379 

Cook's Transfer Co., Jacksonville, Fla 387 

Cooper, Wm. C Jr., Jacksonville, Fla 508 

Coosa Mfg. Co., Piedmont, Ala 4S0 

Coppola Plumbing Co., Charlotte, N". C 455 

Corbett Company. The, Wilmington. N. C 523 

Cordele National Bank, The, Cordele, Ga 247 

Cordele Sash, Door it Lumber Co., Cordele, Ga 423 

Coster, C. G. (Cleaner & Dyer), Wilmington, N. C 378 

Courier Journal, The, Louisville, Ky 490 

Court Square Pharmacy, Tampa, Fla 505 

Covell, Bert G., Birmingham, Ala 489 

Craig Brothers Co., Jacksonville, Fla.. . .' 515 

Craig, D. S.. Mulberry, Fla 488 

Cramton Lumber Co., Montgomery, Ala 423 

Crenshaw Bros, it Saffold, Tampa,' Fla 522 

Cromwell Hardwood Lumber Co.. Montgomery, Ala. 411 

Cross, Wm. L., Jr., Jacksonville, Fla 486 

Crystal Beach Company, St. Petersburg, Fla 309 

Cuesta, Rev it Company. Tampa. Fla 506 

Cullev, J. A.. & Son, Tallahassee, Fla 509 

Cummings & Co., E. A., Chicago, 111 274 

Curry's Garage & Mch. Shop, Bradentown, Fla 3S0 

Cutchins, C. A., Franklin, Va 476 

Dacula Banking Co., Dacula, Ga. 259 

Daily Picayune, The, New Orleans, La 530 

Damato, Tom, Jacksonville, Fla 519 

Dane. P. R.. St. Petersburg, Fla 313 

Darbv, J. F.. Lumber Co.. Vidalia, Ga 421 

Davis, C. H., Manatee. Fla 220 

Davis, J. R., Bartow, Fla 501 

Davis Lumber Co., Orange Heights. Fla 545 

Davis, W. D., Tampa, Fla 293 

Dawson Inn, Dawson, Ga 379 

Decker, W. W. K., Tarpon Springs. Fla 303 

Decker Realty Co., Tarpon Springs, Fla 303 

Deming & Coffin, Winter Park, Fla 325 

Denmark Machine Works Co., Demark, S. C. . . 461 

Denmark Marble Works, Denmark, S. C 453 

De Soto Hotel, Savannah, Ga 359 

De Soto Hotel, Tampa, Fla 364 

Diamond Steamboat it Wrk. Co.. Wilmington, N. C 39S 

Dickert, C. P., & Son. Live Oak, Fla 344 

Dickey, Lon, Lumber Co., Fitzgerald, Ga 416 

Dickson, S. W., Sanford, N. C 490 

Dixie Machinery it Mfg. Co.. Jacksonville. Fla.. . . , . 465 

Dorchester. W, E., Tampa, Fla 295 

Doseher-Gardner Co., Jacksonville, Fla . 411 

Dozier, L. E-, Real Estate Agency, Leesburg, Fla 323 

Drake, L. N„ Columbia. S. C 505 

Durden-Coleman Lumber Co., Savannah, Ga 410 

Durrance, J. R., Tarpon Springs, Fla 303 

Dutton Bank, The, Gainesville. Fla 227 

Duval Planing Mill Co., The, Jacksonville, Fla 432 

Dyer, W. H., Wilmington, N. C 489 

Eagle Roofing & Art Metal Works, Tampa. Fla 456 

East Coast Lumber Co., W r atertown, Fla 421 

East Coast State Bank, Daytona, Fla 239 

East Florida Savings it Trust Co.. Palatka, Fla 241 

Edwards, A. B.. Sarasota, Fla 275 

Edwards, C. H., Jacksonville, Fla 487 

Edwards Construction Co., Tampa, Fla 451 

Elberton Oil Mills, Elberton. Ga 497 

Electrical Construction Co.. The. Tampa. Fla 467 

Endicott Brothers Realtv Co., St. Petersburg, Fla 307 

England, O. P., Tarpon Springs, Fla 4S8 

Enterprise Lumber & Box Co., Jacksonville, Fla 452 

Enterprise Novelty Works, Tampa, Fla 453 

Epperson, J. B., Williston. Fla 327 

Erwin Cotton Mills Co., W T . Durham, N. C 542 



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Evans, T. H., Orlando, Fla 505 

Exchange Bank, The, Cordele, Ga 250 

Exchange Hotel, Montgomery, Ala 374 

Exchange National Bank, The, Tampa, Fla. 4th Cover 

Fallaw it Allison Co., Inc., Columbia, S. C 434 

Falsone, .1. A.. Vbor City, Tampa. Fla . 193 

Farmers Bank, Glenwood, Ga L'512 

Farmers Bank of Bogart. Bogart. Ga, L'57 

Farmers Bank it Trust Co., W. Palm Beach, Fla 235 

Farmers it Merchants Bank, The, Lyons, Go . 253 

Farmers it Merchants Bank, Monticello, Fla.. I'M 

Farmers it Merchants Bank. Milan. Ga L'51 

Farmers Cotton Oil Co., Americus, Ga 482 

Farmers State Bank, The, Cordele, Ga.. 248 

Farquhar Machinery Co.. Jacksonville, Fla. . . . 466 

Ferguson-Gregg Studio, Lurnberton, N. C 542 

Fidelity Bank. The, Durham, N. C 276 

Fidelity Bank. The, New Smyrna, Fla 239 

Finley, J. N.. Columbia, S. C 385 

First National Bank, Bradentown, Fla 2111 

First National Bank, Brooksville, Fla L'^^ 

First National Bank, Cartersville, Ga 254 

First National Bank, Cherrvville, N. C 262 

First National Bank. The, Forest City, N. C , . 261 

First National Bank of Gainesville, The, Gainesville, Fla 231 

First National Bank, Key West, Fla 234 

First National Bank, Madison, Fla. ... ... 244 

First National Bank, Miami, Fla 237 

First National Bank, The, Ocilla, Ga ... 249 

First National Bank, Piedmont, Ala 245 

First National Bank, The, St. Petersburg, Fla .... 224 

First National Bank, Tampa, Fla 221 

First National Bank, Vidalia, Ga 249 

First. State Bank, Bastic, N. C 261 

First State Bank, The. Zephyrhills, Fla 227 

Fishbaugh, W T . A.. Tampa, Fla 487 

Fitts-Crabtree Mfg. Co.. Sanford, N. C 399 

Fitzgerald Cotton Oil Co., Fitzgerald. Ga .... 484 

Fitzgerald Iron Works, Fitzgerald, Ga .. 463 

Flanigan, T. C, Auburn. Ga .493 

Flannery, Jno., Co., Savannah, Ga ... 479 

Florida Bank & Trust Co., St. Petersburg, Fla 223 

Florida Citrus Exchange, Tampa, Fla 481 

Florida Hotel, The, Tampa, Fla 377 

Florida National Bank, Jacksonville, Fla 232 

Florida Nurseries, Monticello, Fla 517 

Florida Record, Tallahassee, Fla 541 

Florida Soil it Fertility Co., Tampa, Fla 491 

Florida State College for Women, Tallahassee, Fla 527 

Florida Sand it Shell Co., Tampa, Fla 434 

Florida Times-Union, The, Jacksonville, Fla 529 

Florida Transfer Company, Tampa, Fla 382 

Flvnn, G. T. & W. J., Wilmington, N. C. . . . 413 

Foley, J. G„ St. Petersburg, Fla 307 

Foltz Studios, Savannah, Ga 490 

Ford, C. E.. Jacksonville, Fla 4S6 

Ford Roofing Company, Jacksonville, Fla 455 

Forsyth, John, New York, N. Y 515 

Fort Pierce Feed & Grain Co., Fort Pierce, Fla 49S 

Fort Pierce Hotel, Fort Pierce, Fla 361 

Foster, Geo. R., Jacksonville, Fla : 434 

Fourth National Bank of Jacksonville, Jacksonville, Fla 234 

Fox & Weeks, Savannah, Ga 510 

Frazier, J. D., Co.. Atlanta, Ga ... 495 

Freeman Studio, Bartow, Fla 488 

Freeman & Hunt, Norfolk, Va 491) 

Fricker, Jas., it Bro., Americus, Ga 504 

Friend it Gattman, Tampa, Fla 447 

Frisbie & Co., W. D.. Tampa, Fla 435 

Fuller, H. W., St. Petersburg, Fla 2-3 

Fuller, W. R., Tampa, Fla ... . 446 

Gables, The, W. Palm Beach, Fla 369 

Gadsden Co. State Bank. River Junction, Fla 241 

Gainesville Coca-Cola Bottling Co Ids 

Gainesville Planing it Coffin Co., Gainesville, Fla 435 - 

Garcia's Restaurant, Tampa, Fla 376 

Gardiner it Doughtie, Columbus, Ga 385 

Gates, Josiah, Manatee, Fla 2s5 

Gebbie. J. B., Tampa, Fla 457 

Geiger Hotel, Savannah, Ga 369 

Geneva, The, Sea Breeze, Fla 371 

Georgia National Bank, Athens, Ga 257 

Georgian Hotel, The, Cordele, Ga 377 

Gibson Kodak Co., Jacksonville, Fla 1S7 

Giddens, Henry, Clothing Co.. Tampa, Fla 516 

Giddens & Graham, Tampa, Fla . 297 

Girard, Edw. H.. Savannah, Ga 489 

Girardeau Seed Co., Monticello. Fla 521 

Glenn Lowry Mfg. Co., Whitmire, S. C 260 

Glen St. Mary Nurseries Co.. Glen St. Mary. Fla 51S 

Goette, Albert, Savannah, Ga 513 

Goode, R. L., Charlotte, X. C 439 

Gooding, M. R., Tampa, Fla / . . . 508 

Goodwyn it Co., T. F„ Atlanta, Ga 521 

Gordon, Edw., Co., Jacksonville, Fla 512 

Graham, E. M. Bradentown. Fla ... 2S2 

Graham Realty Co., Tampa. Fla 301 

Granger Nurseries, Monticello, Fla 540 

Graves Lumber Co.. Hosford, Fla 412 

Gray Bros. & Co., Jacksonville, Fla 336 

Grav, H. L., Raleigh. Fla 419 

Greeley, Mellen C, Jacksonville, Fla 42S 

Greenberg it Bond Co., Atlanta. Ga 507 

Greer. J. L., Greer, Fla 419 



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Gress Mfg. Co., Jacksonville, Fla 430 

Grider, F. A., Birmingham, Ala 479 

Griffing Bros., Jacksonville, Fla 543 

Griffiths Studio, Covington, Va 490 

Guignard Brick Works, Columbia, S. C 439 

Gulf City Painting & Dec. Co., Tampa, Fla 453 

Gulf Iron Works, Tampa, Fla 465 

Gulf View Hotel, Cortez, Fla 35S 

Hackett, J., Foundry Co., Charlotte, N. C 463 

Hadlow & Co., W. T„ Jacksonville, Fla 443 

Hagan Oil Mill & Fertilizer Co.. Hagan, Ga 484 

■Hahne, Frank, Savannah, Ga 456 

Hale Studio, Cordele, Ga 533 

Hall, Chas. R., St. Petersburg, Fla., and Phila., Pa. . .2d Cover & 1 

Hallen, L., Tampa, Fla 487 

Hammock Brothers, Clearwater, Fla 303 

Hand, Elijah, Orlando, Fla 507 

Harrill Hotel, Bostic, N. C '. 36S 

Harrington Hall Hotel, Ocala, Fla . 355 

Harris House, The, MeRae, Ga 375 

Harris, S. D., St. Petersburg, Fla 511 

Harris, S. V., Bradentown, Fla ■■.... 286 

Harris Springs Water Co., Harris Springs, S. C 492 

Harris Studios, Shelbv. N. C 487 

Hart Line, Palatka, Fla 391 

Hart's Commercial Hotel, Sarasota, Fla 350 

Harvard. The, Pinehurst. N. C 352 

Haskell, A. A., Brooksville, Fla 488 

Hastings Banking Co., Hastings, Fla 241 

Hawkins Dye Works, Jacksonville, Fla 361 

Hawthorne State Bank, Hawthorne, Fla 231 

Hay, L. J., Albanv, Ga 512 

Hayes Mfg. Co., Rural, Fla 435 

Haygood, Jas. C, Montgomery, Ala 379 

Haynes' Studio, Monroe, N. C 489 

Hays. F. S., Abbeville, S. C 490 

Heard National Bank, Jacksonville, Fla 234 

Hebble-Barlow Co., Inc., Piedmont, Ala 445 

Henderson Roller Mills Co., Monroe, N. C 49S 

Hendry it Knight Co., Tampa, Fla 3d Cover 

Hernando State Bank, Brooksville, Fla 218 

Herndon & Sewell, Jacksonville, Fla 329 

Herring-Short Concrete Co., Wilmington, N. C 403 

Herron, J. A., Piedmont, Ala 535 

Hess & Slager, Jacksonville, Fla 504 

Hester & Millikin, Clarkton, N. C 433 

Higcl, Harry L., Sarasota, Fla 274 

Highland Park Lumber Co., Montgomery, Ala 435 

Highland Park Marble Co., Montgomery, Ala 453 

Hightower Planing Mills, Cedartown, Ga 433 

Hillsboro Hotel, Tampa, Fla 351 

Himes. Madam, Tampa, Fla 377 

Hobbs, W. O., Tampa, Fla 383 

Hodges, R. W\, Wilmington, N. C 458 

Hodges, W. R., Cedar Key, Fla 531 

Hofmann, J. Geo., & Smith, Tampa, Fla 402 

Holder Phosphate Co., Inverness, Fla 536 

Holland America Line, Savannah, Ga 396 

Hollev & Richards, Palmetto, Fla 283 

Holly Inn, Pinehurst, N. C 352 

Hollywood. The, Southern Pines, N. C 366 

Holmes Livery Co., Tampa, Fla 385 

Home Builders Supply Co., Camden, S. C. 433 

Hooper, W, W., Tampa, Fla 299 

Hoover Brothers, Studio, Starke, Fla 488 

Hopkins <fc Son, R.R., Brunswick, Ga 344 

Hotel Anslev, Atlanta, Ga 368 

Hotel Bolin, North, S. C 365 

Hotel Bunnell, Bunnell, Fla 375 

Hotel Carleton, The, Melbourne, Fla 374 

Hotel Clarendon, Daytona, Fla 354 

Hotel Clinton, Clinton, S. C 365 

Hotel Detroit, St. Petersburg, Fla 376 

Hotel Dixie, Titusville, Fla 366 

Hotel Edwinola, Dade City, Fla 370 

Hotel Graham, Gainesville, Fla 3G7 

Hotel Indian River Co., Rockledge, Fla 356 

Hotel Juplinor, Bradentown, Fla 376 

Hotel. Mabree, The. Forest City, N. C 365 

Hotel Olive, Tampa, Fla 377 

Hotel Palm Beach, Palm Beach, Fla 366 

Hotel Royal, Brunswick, Ga 378 

Hotel Seminole, West Palm Beach, Fla 361 

Hotel Varnada, Brooksville, Fla 372 

Hotel Virginia, Jacksonville, Fla 374 

Hotel Waverlv, Jacksonville, Fla 373 

Hovis, Z. A., & Son, Charlotte, N. C 513 

Howard, C. E., Orlando, Fla 531 

Howell, C. F., & Co.. Inc., Wilmington, N. C 438 

Hoggins, Geo. W., Wilmington, N. C 504 

Hughes, J. F., & Co., Baltimore. Mrl 490 

Hughes, J. R., Covington and Monticello, Fla 42S 

Hunter. Pearce & Battey, Savannah, Ga 479 

Hyman Supply Co.. Wilmington, N. C, & Newbern, N. C 459 

Iccmorlec Cotton Mills Co., Monroe, N. C 476 

Indian River Slate Hank. Titusville. Fla 239 

Inn, The. Safety Harbor, Fla 369 

Iso-Thermal Hotel, The, Rutherfordton, N. C 368 

Jackson, G. G., Williston, Fla 327 

Jackson, Jno. W., Palmetto, Fla .... 279 

Jackson & Turner, Largo, Fla.. ....... 495 

Jackson, W. N., Realty Co.. Tampa. Fla. . . .299 

Jacksonville Gas Co., Jacksonville, Fla 503 



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Jamin & Jerkins, St. Petersburg, Fla 458 

Janney & Co. Iron Works. Montgomery, Ala 535 

Jansen & Watkins, Orlando, Fla 547 

Jarrell, W. G., Machine Co., Charlotte, N. C 473 

Jay & Co., Tampa, Fla 437 

Jefferson Co. Pecan & Livestock Co., Monticello, Fla 519 

Jefferson Co. State Bank, Monticello, Fla 241 

Jefferson Inn, The, Southern Pines, N. C : 355 

Jefferson-Sumatra Tobacco Plant, Monticello, Fla 524 

Jenkins, J. F., & Co., Ocala, Fla 448 

Jenkins Lumber Co., Vidalia, Ga 541 

Jenkins Paint & Oil Co., Norfolk, Va 452 

Johns, C. W., Huntsboro, Ala 436 

Johnson, A. W., Gulf Fishery, Cedar Key, Fla. . . 49S 

Johnson, Lott, W., Lake City, Fla 465 

Johnson Realty Co., W. E., Tampa, Fla 297 

Jolly & Wynne Jewelry Co.. Raleigh, N. C 503 

Jones, C. M., & Co., Sarasota, Fla 425 

Jones, I. F., Bradentown, Fla 454 

Jones Fixture Co., The, Lincolnton, N. C 399 

Jones Realty Co., E. Z., Jacksonville, Fla 338 

Jones Transfer Co., Columbia, S. C 382 

Joughin, R. T., & Co., Tampa, Fla 457 

Journal & Tribune Co., The, Knoxville, Tenn 528 

Judy & Co., G. W., Tampa, Fla 522 

Keheley, J. T., Columbus, Ga 509 

Kehoe's Iron Works, Savannah, Ga 464 

Keller Investment Co., Tampa, Fla 296 

Kentucky Livery Co., Birmingham, Ala 385 

Key, Mrs. S. E., & Son, St. Petersburg, Fla 273 

Keystone, The. Fernandina, Fla 374 

Kilby Frog & Switch Co., Birmingham, Ala 467 

Kingsdale Lumber Corp., Lumberton, N. C. 428 

Kirkland Distributing Co., Columbia, S. C 495 

Knauer, Wm., Jacksonville, Fla 329 

Knight Lumber Co., The, Bradentown, Fla 422 

Knoxville Sentinel, The, Knoxville, Tenn 528 

Koch, W. W., Wilmington, N. C 535 

Kramer Co., H. A., Ocala, Fla 326 

Kriegshaber. V. H., & Son, Atlanta, Ga 538 

Kruse, William, Tampa, Fla 515 

Lake County Land Co., Leesburg, Fla 322 

Lakemont Poultry Farms, Inc., Winter Park, Fla 523 

Lake Wales Land Co., Bartow, Fla ' 319 

Lamb & Willis, Palmetto, Fla 281 

Lawtey State Bank. Lawtey, Fla 232 

Leak Undertaking Co., Montgomery, Ala 513 

Leake, Mrs. H. B., Orlando, Fla 479 

Leake, H. B., Orlando, Fla 479 

Ledger-Dispatch, Norfolk, Va 529 

Lee, W. L.. Savannah, Ga 435 

Leef Poultry Yards, Rockingham, N. C 508 

Leesburg State Bank, Leesburg, Fla 229 

Leitner, J. F., Wilmington, N. C 453 

Leveritt's Studio, Vidalia, Ga 489 

Lewis, J. W., & Co., Charlotte, N. C 435 

Liddell Company, Charlotte, N. C 537 

Liles, A. G., Palmetto, Fla 521 

Littledale Hotel, Hawthorne. Fla 365 

Live Oak Bank, Live Oak, Fla 243 

Lockett, U. S., & Son, Americus, Ga 3S2 

Logan Coal & Supply Co., Jacksonville, Fla 478 

London-Savannah Naval Stores Co., Savannah, Ga 407 

Loriek & Lowrance, Columbia, S. C 453 

Loveless & Moore, Tampa, Fla 298 

Lovell's Sons, Edward, Savannah, Ga 453 

Lowrv National Bank of Atlanta, The, Atlanta, Ga 256 

Loydl J. L., Coleman, Ga 382 

Lummus Cotton Gin Co., Columbus, Ga 485 

Lykes, J. W., & Co., Tampa; Fla 298 

Lyons, P. F., Tampa, Fla 459 

Mabry Realty Co., Tampa, Fla 343 

MacLellan, G. W., Jacksonville, Fla 345 

Macon Daily Telegraph, Macon, Ga 528 

Main Street Quick Lunch, Jacksonville, Fla. 373 

Malphurs, M. L., LaCrosse, Fla 435 

Malsby Co., Atlanta, Ga 459 

Malsby Machinery Co., Jacksonville, Fla 474 

Manatee Banking Co.. Manatee, Fla 220 

Manatee Co. State Bank, Manatee, Fla 218 

Manatee Realty Co., Bradentown, Fla., and Manatee, Fla 7 

Mann, G. A., White Sulphur Springs, W. Va 490 

Mann, H. C, Norfolk, Va 486 

Mark & Sheftall, Jacksonville, Fla 437 

Marshall & Brandon. Clearwater, Fla 304 

Marshall & Spencer Co., Jacksonville, Fla 424 

Martin, Ed, Norfolk, Va 466 

Maxville Farm & Development Co., Jacksonville, Fla 339 

Mayer & Goette Launch Works, Thunderbolt, Ga 545 

Mavfield Plantations, The, Denmark, S. C 519 

McCollum, J. B., Columbus, Ga 4SS 

McCormick, J. W., Columbia, S. C 512 

McDowell Crate & Lumber Co.. Oak, Fla 404 

McEachern, John S., Sons. Wilmington, N. C 498 

McEachcn-McNair Lumber Co., Meredith, Fla 414 

McGec's Art Studio. MeRae, Ga 490 

McGiffin & Co., Jno. G.. Fernandina and Jacksonville, Fla. 389, 396 

Mcintosh, Francis B., Tampa. Fla 295 

McKinnon, A. J., Maxton, N. C 425 

McLaughlin Bros., Zephvrhills, Fla 432 

McMillan Bros., Savannah, Ga 474 

McMullen. M. J.. Largo, Fla 305 

McNair Lumber Co., Jacksonville, Fla 411 



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McRainey & Bridges, Wildwood, Flu 405 

Mear's Livery <& Transfer, Jacksonville, Fla 379 

Mecklenburg Iron Works, Charlotte, X. C 4 70 

Medlin, J. L., Meredith, Fla 3(1!) 

Meier's Marble & Granite Works, Wilmington, N. C 452 

Meiklejohn Lumber Co., Cheraw, S. C 434 

Melrose Turpentine & Land Co., Melrose, Fla 3:il 

Melson, S. ,J., Co., Jaokosnville, Fla 334 

Men's Fashion Shop. Tampa, Fla 510 

Merchants Bank, Daytonn. Fla 240 

Merchants Bank, MeRne, Ga 251 

Merchants it Farmers Bank, Apex, N. C 270 

Merchants & Farmers Bank, Portsmouth, Ya 272 

Merchants National Bank. Raleigh, N. C 276 

Merrill Stevens Co., Jacksonville, Fla 4li.S 

Metropolis, The. Jacksonville, Fla ,",30 

Metropolitan Tailoring tfe Cleaning Co., Jacksonville, Fla 514 

Miami Beach Improvement Co., Miami, Fla 341 

Miami Transfer Co., Miami, Fla 380 

Middle Florida Ice Co., Tallahassee, Fla 501 

Mifflin Hood Brick Co.. B., Atlanta, Ga 449 

Millikin, W. J., St. Petersburg, Fla 311 

MingledorlT & Co., Savannah, Ga. 463 

Model .Steam Laundry Co., Charlotte, N. C 378 

Moffitt Iron Works Co., Sanford, N. C 465 

Montgomery Advertiser, The, Montgomery, Ala 529 

Montgomery Lime & Cement Co., Montgomery, Ala 445 

Morgan, D. F., & Sons, Rockingham, N. C 490 

Morning Herald, Durham, N. C 529 

Morning Star, Wilmington, N. C 530 

Morper. L. G., Archer. Fla 4S9 

Morse, C. H., Winter Park, Fla 325 

Morse, W. M.. Charlotte, N. C 488 

Motz. W. W.. Lincolnton, N. C 547 

Moulton & Kyle, Jacksonville, Fla 514 

Mount Vernon Bank, The. Mt. Vernon, Ga 252 

Mulberry Lumber & Supply Co., Mulberry. Fla 433 

Murchison National Bank, Wilmington, N. C 26S 

Murphy, T., Iron Works, Jacksonville, Fla 469 

Mutual Development Co., Tampa, Fla 291 

National Bank of Abbeville, Abbeville, S. C 533 

National Exchange Bank, Chester, S. C 259 

Naval Stores Steamboat Co., Jacksonville, Fla 393 

Needham Realty Company, Umatilla and Leesburg, Fla 542 

Needham & Co., Umatilla and Leesburg, Fla 325 

Nettles, L. A., Lake City, Fla 455 

Nelson. Frank E., Tampa, Fla 515 

New Commercial Hotel, Starke, Fla 376 

New Commercial Hotel, Tampa, Fla 378 

New England Hotel, Zephyrhills, Fla 371 

New Hotel Burbridge, Jacksonville, Fla 360 

New Kimball, The, Atlanta, Ga 365 

New Lucerne, The, Orlando, Fla 366 

New Pulaski, The. Savannah. Ga 363 

New Waldo, The, Waldo, Fla 375 

Newton Floral Corp., Norfolk, Va 514 

Norfolk Dredging Co., Norfolk, Va 393 

Norfolk National Bank, Norfolk, Va 216 

Norfolk Turkish Baths, Norfolk, Va 373 

Observer Co.. The, Charlotte, N. C 542 

Ocean House, New Smyrna, Fla 368 

Ocean View Hotel, Pablo Beach, Fla 362 

Ocilla Planing Mill Co., Ocilla, Ga 457 

Oelschig, A. C, & Sons, Savannah, Ga 513 

Oglesbv Granite Co., Atlanta, Ga 441. 543 

Ohaver's Photo Craft Shop. Palmetto, Fla 488 

O'Kelly, R. F.. Comer, Ga 4S9 

O'Leary, M. J., Savannah, Ga 479 

Olive Street Garage, West Palm Beach, Fla 381 

O'Meara, Martin, Johnson City, Tenn 514 

Orange Hotel, The, Inverness, Fla 371 

Orlando Bank & Trust Co., Orlando, Fla 230 

Orlando Novelty Works, Orlando, Fla 439 

Orlando Real Estate Co., Orlando, Fla 326 

Orrell Livery Co.. Wilmington. N. C 381 

Ortloff, H., New York, N. Y 544 

Owen Bros., Marble & Granite Co., Greenwood, S. C 539 

Owen-Cotter Jewelry, Co., Tampa, Fla 504 

Pablo Beach Improvement Co., Jacksonville. Fla 342 

Pacetti's Sons, E. C, Savannah, Ga 476 

Palace Stable Co., Columbus, Ga 385 

Palmetto State Bank. Palmetto, Fla . . 223 

Parisian Hand Laundry, New York City 375 

Park Manufacturing Co., The, Charlotte, N. C 462 

Parker. E. W., Tampa, Fla 442 

Parker, J. P., Dunnellon. Fla 4S9 

Parker, Roy A., Bradentown, Fla 457 

Paxson Co., J. W., Philadelphia. Pa 476 

Pearsall & Co., Wilmington, N. C . . 524 

Peek, Comer L., Starke, Fla 326 

Pendleton. Kent. Tampa. Fla 301 

Pendleton Land Co., Tampa. Fla 301 

Peninsular & Occidental S.S. Co.. Jacksonville, Fla 387 

Pennington, F. C, Fernandina, Fla 489 

Peoples Bank, The, Apex, N. C 270 

Peoples Bank, Clearwater, Fla 225 

Peoples Bank, Richland. Ga 245 

Peoples Bank, Waco, N. C 262 

Perkins, The, Southern Pines, N. C 361 

Permenter Co., Jacksonville, Fla 494 

Peter, E. B., Leesburg, Fla 531 

Petrev, R R., Limestone. Fla 433 



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Phillips Broom Works, Sanford, N. C... 
Phillips. I, W„ ,v Co., Tampa, Fla... 
Phillips Mfg. Co., The, Orlando, 1'la 

I'hillips-Mah v Co., Inc., Portsmouth, Vu 

Phoenix Planing Mill, Atlanta, (la 

Piedmont Hotel. Atlanta. Ga 

Piedmont Lumber Mfg. Co., Inc., Charlotte, \ (' 

Pierce Bros., Tampa, Fla 

Pierpont Mfg. Co.. Savannah, Ga 

Plains Bank. Plains, Ga 

Planters Bank. Carlton, (la 

Ploof, II. F.. Machinery Co.. Jacksonville, Fl i 

Plunked Hotel. North, S. C 

Polk Co. National Bank. Bartow, Fla. . 
Ponder-Drennan Co., The, Jacksonville Fla... 
Porterfield & Price, P.. 0, Rural, Fla. 

Port Kichc.v Co.. Tampa. Fla 

Portsmouth Coal & Ice Co.. Portsmouth, Va.. 
Portsmouth Fish Co., Charlotte, N. C. . 
Portsmouth Steam Laundry, Portsmouth, Va 

Prager Laundry Co., Savannah, Ga 

Price, C. W., Apalachicola, Fla 

Price, S. M., Machinery Co., Norfolk, Vn 

Princess Issena, The, Seabreeze, Fla 

Prittie, A. L., Los Angeles, Cal 

Propst Contracting Co., Charlotte, N. C 

Queen City Granite & Marble Works, Chil 
Quigloy Lumber tfc Supply Co.. Starke, Fla 

Haley-Hamby Co., Jacksonville, Fla 335 

Ramsey Hotel, The, Denmark, S. C 375 

Ramsey, T. W., Tampa, Fla 436 

Regal Mfg. Co.. Forest City, N. C 435 

Rehder, Will, Wilmington, N. C 511 

Reid Livery Co.. Charlotte, N. C :{,sii 

Remington Typewriter Co., Norfolk, Va ::!<!, 

Requarth Co., C. W., Charlotte, N. C 172 

Rey, Straus & Co., Tampa, Fla 349 

Rhyne Bros. Lumber Co., Cartersville, Ga . 423 

Richardson, C. W., Savannah, Ga . 510 

Richardson, Jesse A., Lawrenceville, Ga 490 

Richland Lumber Co.. Charlotte. N. C 431 

Riddle Co., The, Jacksonville. Fla 340 

Ridgeley Realty Co., St. Petersburg, Fla 305 

Riggin. Geo.. Bradentown, Fla 2S4 

Riviere, J. H.. Palmetto. Fla .... 6 

River View Hotel, Ormond, Fla 377 

Robb, E. C, Savannah, Ga 466 

Robb, L. S., Brunswick. Ga 344 

Robinson, T. P., Orlando, Fla 535 

Robinson & Co.. W. E.. Palmetto, Fla .277 

Robinson it Phillips, Tampa, Fla 436 

Rockmart Bank. The, Rockmart, Ga 254 

Rockmart Lumber Co.. Rockmart, Ga . 434 

Rodgers, McCabe & Co.. Charleston, S. C, Norfolk. Va 480 

Rood, E. B., Bradentown, Fla 287 

Rourke, John, & Sons. Savannah, Ga 469 

Ruge Bros. Canning Co.. Apalachicola, Fla 499 

Rushton, M. G., Manatee, Fla 422 

Rutherford Veneer Co., Rutherfordton, N. C . 403 

Safety Car Heating & Lighting Co., New- York, N. Y 467 

San Carlos, The. Miami, Fla 368 

Sanford Hotel, Sanford, N. C 373 

San Juan Garage Co., Orlando, Fla 385 

San Juan Hotel, Orlando, Fla 364 

Sarasota Realty Exchange, Sarasota, Fla 278 

Sarasota Times, Sarasota, Fla 530 

Saunders Transfer Co., Tampa, Fla 388 

Savannah Auto Repair Co.. Savannah. Ga 3S, 

Savannah Baggage & Cab Co., Savannah, Ga 3S1 

Savannah Iron & Wire Works, Savannah. Ga 456 

Savannah Lighterage & Transfer Co.. Savannah. Ga 545 

Savannah Mattress Co., Savannah, Ga 491 

Savannah Morning News, Savannah, Ga 530 

Savannah Planing Mill Co., Savannah, Ga 431 

Sawyer's Tours, Savannah, Ga 380 

Sawyer, W. H., & Sons Co., Americus, Ga 502 

Schieren Co., Chas. A., New York Citv 543 

Scholtz. Florist, Charlotte. N. C 513 

Seaboard Cooperage Co.. Savannah, Ga 406 

Seabrook, E.. Savannah, Ga 512 

Sea Island Cotton Gin Co., Vidalia, Ga 541 

Seaman, M. D., St. Petersburg, Fla 310 

Sentinel. The. Orlando, Fla 490 

Sharp's Real Estate Agency, Tampa, Fla 299 

Shaw Clayton Stationery Co., Tampa. Fla 401 

Shaw & Son, Birmingham, Ala 510 

Shea. D. W„ Tampa, Fla 450 

Sheridan, H. R., Columbus, Ga 455 

Sherrill. T. B., Tampa. Fla 473 

Shiver. John W.. Americus, Ga 436 

Shore, Philip, Tampa, Fla 397 

Short, Alfred, Tallahassee, Fla 343 

Simmons, H. H., Realty Co., Jacksonville, Fla 332 

Simms Realty Co., Tampa, Fla 294 

Simon & Hamrick, Monticello, Fla 478 

Simpson Nursery Co., Monticello, Fla.. . . . 519 



Sizer, Robert R., Jacskonville, Fla 
Skeffington. F. J.. Savannah. Ga. 
Sligh, S. J., & Co.. Orlando. Fla.. 

Smith, C. H.. Sanford. N. C 

Smith. G. W.. Jacksonville, Fla. 



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Smith. Jcre S., Jacksonville. Fla.. 329 



Smith Realty Co.. T. B., Tampa, Fla. 



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Smith & Kelly Co., Savannah, Ga 390 

Smith'? Dairy Kitchen, Tampa, Fla 376 

Smith Roofing Co., Wilmington, N. C 452 

Snell & Hamlet, St. Petersburg, Fla 308 

South Atlantic Blow Pipe & Sheet Metal Co., Savannah, Ga.. . 474 

South Atlantic S.S. Co., Savannah, Ga 393 

Southern Fertilizer Co., Orlando, Fla 530 

Southern Hotel, The, Rutherfordton, N. C 372 

Southern Hotel, Savannah, Ga 378 

Southern Ice Co., Jacksonville, Tampa and Palmetto, Fla 500 

Southern Iron & Equipment Co., Atlanta, Ga 461 

Southern Land Securities Co., Bartow, Fla 318 

Southern Lumber & Tie Co., Albany, Ga 546 

Southern Machine Works, Albany, Ga 491 

Southern Oil & Ink Co., Savannah, Ga 400 

Southern Pines Hotel. Southern Pines, N. C 357 

Southern Plow Co., Columbus, Ga 503 

Southern Shipping Co., Savannah, Ga 387 

South Florida Foundry & Machine Works, Orlando, Fla 541 

Sparkman & Co., Dade City, Fla 381 

Speer, J., & Co., Maxville, Fla 531 

Spencer, C. E., Dade City, Fla 321 

Sponge Exchange Bank, Tarpon Springs, Fla -. . . . 225 

Springer Hotel, Columbus, Ga 363 

Sprunt, Alexander & Co., Wilmington, N. C \ . . . 483 

Staff, The, Johnson City, Tenn 547 

Standard Mfg. Co., The, Cedar Key, Fla 402 

Starke House, Starke', Fla 371 

Starke Lumber Co., Saxton, Fla 413 

State, The, Columbia, S. C 529 

State Bank of Bartow, Bartow, Fla 227 

State Bank of Florida, Jacksonville, Fla 232 

State Bank of Orlando, Orlando, Fla 228 

State Bank of Wingate, Wingate, N. C 264 

Statham Milling & Lumber Co., Statham, Ga 453 

St. Augustine Transfer Co., St. Augustine, Fla 386 

St. Charles Hotel, Orlando, Fla ' 371 

Steele, W. L., Jacksonville, Fla 333 

Stephens, B. H., Wilmington, N. C 458 

Stephens Lumber Co., Jacksonville, Fla 417 

Stephenson Studio, Atlanta, Ga 488 

Stephenson Studio, Birmingham, Ala 490 

Sterling Engraving Co., New York, N. Y 538 

Stertzbach, William, Portsmouth, Va 490 

Stewart, Charles H., Melbourne, Fla 238 

Stewart, J. H., & Co., Jacksonville, Fla.. 329 

Steward-Witherill Machine Co., Birmingham, Ala 466 

St, Petersburg Investment Co., St. Petersburg, Fla 2-3 

St. Petersburg Novelty Works, St. Petersburg, Fla 424 

St, Petersburg Transportation Co., Tampa, Fla . 384 

Strachan Line, Savannah, Ga 392 

Strickland, G. A., Raleigh, N. C 513 

Stuart, E. C, Bartow, Fla 317 

Sugg, M. N., Southern Pines, N. C .' 544 

Suggs, J. A., Palmetto, Fla , 288, 289 

Sullivan, J. F., Savannah, Ga _. . . . . 531 

Summit Nurseries, Monticello, Fla 520 

Sumner, R. H., St. Petersburg, Fla 310 

Sutherland, Dr. F. B., New York 515 

Suwanee Hotel, The, Cordele, Ga 363 

Suwannee Hotel, The, Live Oak, Fla 370 

Swann & Holtsinger Co., Tampa, Fla 290 

Swearingen Auto Co,, Gainesville, Fla 385 

Swicord, D. W\, Coleman, Fla 515 

Talbert, T. L., Charlotte, N. C 461 

Tampa Bay Hotel Co., Tarnpa Bav, Fla 348 

Tampa Bav Land Co., Taiirpa, Fla 292 

Tampa Coal Co., Tampa, Fla 477 

Tampa Drug Co., Tampa, Fla 525 

Tampa Electrical Supply Co., Tampa, Fla 457 

Tampa & Gulf Coast R.R., Tampa, Fla 389 

Tampa Mantel & Tile Co., Tampa, Fla 449 

Tampa Tribune Publishing Co., Tampa, Fla 379 

Tampa & Tarpon Springs Land Co., Tampa, Fla 4th Cover 

Tampa Roofing Co., Tampa, Fla 439 

Tampa Times, Tampa, Fla 538 

Tarpon Lumber Co., Tarpon Springs, Fla. 429 

Taylor. J. A., Wilmington, N. C 483 

Terra Ceia Estates, Inc., Terra Ceia, Fla 276 

Third National Bank, Columbus, Ga 246 

Third National Bank, Fitzgerald, Ga 247 

Thomas, Hue, Savannah, Ga 479 

Thomas, Joe, Plant City, Fla 522 



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Thomas, J. & C. N., Savannah, Ga. . 503 

Thomas, R. H., St. Petersburg, Fla 309 

Thomson. G. B. & R. C, Jacksonville, Fla 373 

Thorpe, W. B., & Co:, Wilmington, N..C 433 

Tice, Moore & Diffly, Montgomery, Ala ... 544 

Times Dispatch, Richmond, Va 533 

Todd & Turner, Tampa. Fla 383 

Toole, W. H., Winder, Ga 343 

Torbett. C. L., Columbus, Ga ' 509 

Tourez Bros., Plant City, Fla 488 

Tourez Bros., Tarpon Springs, Fla 490 

Tremont Hotel, Orlando. Fla 367 

Tressler's Studio, Montgomery, Ala 489 

Trotter, J. L., Inverness, Fla 407 

Tyree's Studio, Raleigh, N. C 542 

Turkey Creek Nurseries. McClenny, Fla : . . . 517 

Tyson, J. R. (Mapes' Fertilizers), Jacksonville, Fla 501 

LTnaka National Bank of Johnson City, Tenn 546 

Uneeda Cafe, Tallahassee, Fla 376 

Union Mfg. Co., Greensville, Fla 457 

Union National Bank, Columbia, S. C 259 

United Chemical Co., Tampa, Fla 526 

United States Trust & Savings Bank, Jacksonville, Fla 235 

University of Florida, Gainesville, Fla 534 

Valrico Land Co., Tampa, Fla 300 

Van Riper, H. W., Americus, Ga 4S9 

Van Ness Tile Co., Savannah, Ga 453 

Vansickel's Studio, Gainesville, Fla 487 

Vass Cotton Mill Co., Vass, N. C 415 

Venable, M., Archer, Fla 407 

Verestrate, Edward, Jacksonville, Fla 538 

Verona Inn, Clearwater, Fla 369 

Vidalia Cotton Oil Mill Co., Vidalia, Ga 541 

Virginian Pilot, Norfolk, Va 533 

Ward, H. A., Winter Park, Fla 325 

Warrington, W. C, Jacksonville, Fla 328 

Weed, J. D., & Co., Savannah, Ga 455 

Wells, D. S., Tampa, Fla 299 

Wells Land Co., Tampa, Fla 299 

Welsh Realtv Co., St. Petersburg, Fla 312 

West, E. E., Jacksonville, Fla 337 

West & Reaves Lumber Mills, Inverness, Fla 418 

Weston & Brooker Quarry Co., Columbia, S. C 440 

West Palm Beach Auto Co., West Palm Beach, Fla 397 

Whalev, W. M., & Co., Inc., Norfolk, Va 460 

Wheeler Countv Bank, Alamo, Ga 253 

Wier Realty Co., Tampa, Fla 300 

White House, The, Cedar Kev, Fla '. 367 

White House, The, Gainesville, Fla '. 367 

White Star Laundry, The, Tampa, Fla 375 

Wilcox, H. P., Kissimmee, Fla 4S9 

Wilkins, W. C, Leesburg, Fla 325 

Wilkinson Machine Co., Savannah, Ga 463 

Williams Bros., Ithaca, N. Y 476 

Williams & Co., F. W., Tampa, Fla 313 

Williams, F. Graham, Atlanta, Ga 436 

Williams Tie & Timber Co., Live Oak, Fla 413 

Williamson & Rauers, Savannah, Ga 397 

Wilmington, Brunswick & S. R.R. Co., Wilmington. N. C 394 

Wilmington Cooperage Co., Wilmington, N. C 406 

Wilmington Lumber Co., Wilmington, N. C 413 

Wilmington Steam Laundry, Wilmington, N. C 375 

Williston Hotel. Williston, Fla 371 

Wilson Studio, Ronceverte, W. Va 535 

Winder Lumber Co., Winder, Ga 433 

Windsor Hotel, Americus, Ga 362 

Windsor Hotel, Jacksonville, Fla 360 

Winston, R. H., Brunswick, Ga 385 

Wolfe Brothers, Charlotte, N. C 505 

Wolf, John, Savannah, Ga 509 

W'oodward, G. T., Jacksonville, Fla 486 

Woods, I. A., Dade City, Fla 532 

Woolvin, James F., Wilmington, N, C 509 

W 7 renn, A. R., Kissimmee & Orlando, Fla 329 

Wyman & Green, Bradentown, Fla 4 

Wyoming. The, Orlando, Fla 353 

Yadkin River Power Co., Great Falls. N. C 346 

York, C. V., Raleigh, N. C 445 

Young, T. Roy, Tampa, Fla 295 

Zephyrhills Colony Co., Zephyrhills, Fla 320 

Zimmerman Realty Co., Tampa, Fla 299 



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