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The Bill for the Season from 6 a. m. to 7 p. m. Matinee every Saturday after nooon and evening, presenting the J popular play 'I Introducing the following up-to-date 8tais : . Good Goods, Popular Prices, Prompt Service, Free Delivery and the regular Stock Company Best Butter, Best Hams, Crest Coffee, Breakfast Bacon, Cheese, Sausage and a general line of ISE-T GROCERIES. Roatly the best show in town for your money at i J. W. MILLER'S ; Orders taken at your door every morning. a The advance arrivals of 1 Sarins: and Summer Dress Materials SI are now on exhibition at !$ C. L. Chamberlin's. jjj These include Linens, j Lawns, Dimities and all i K the new and pretty crna- S tions for early spring Pj wear, and we want you u to see them, also our p pretty patterns of N White Goods, Laces, fi and Pihhnns. & Shoes ! g q Yon know we alone in ih pj Crescent City sell the j ji Celebrated Hamilton- H lirovvn Shoes for Men, fa 3 Women and Children. p j3 Of course, we have Hi everything in the Fresh j Grocery Line. i he Freshest of Jams, Jellies H and Marmalades, and pj all the special delicnsies for the table : if there is t! n "anything special you fa 9 want for the table, we fa g are pretty sure to have it. Fox River Butter is fa 3 always fine. $ Premier Cheese, finest rt made. jh 3 Everything Fresh in h Vegetables. J g Lowney's Chocolates. j H C. L. CHAM BERLIN. fa U Goods delivered free. In the Spring the Husbandman liirht ly turns to thoughts of Garden Seeds. We have a new supply of the Robert Buist Co's. Fresh Garden Seeds, including Beans Sweet Corn. Everything in Toilet Articles and Stationery Lowney's Fine LOi'S m STORE Cresceut City, 11a. StJoiifij 31. r o Oayllght. The Beach & Millet Line, Steamer OKEHCENT. Leaves Jackson villeon Tuesday, Thursday? and Saturdays at 8:;t0 a. in. for lireen Une. Palatka, Crescent City and principal Wkj Landings " , . Returning, leavim Orescent city on Wednes days, Fridays and Mondays at .7 a. m. Jacksonville wuarl tootof Laura Street. Telephone 88. P atka wharf foot of Lemon streoi JOHN VINCENT, D. G. B Artistic Barber. Hair Cutting In all approve! styles. Olve me a call. ORESCENT CITY, FLORIDA A. B.TORREY. .Undertaker and Embalmer. Full line of Caskets and Cofllus. Telephone ORESCENT CITY - FLOBjDA Crescent City Transfer Co, Meete all trains at Oieseint City Junc tion. Night trains by appointment. H. M. LA.BRF.E. Manager Notice. To whom It. mar nnneem : Notice is hereby given that four weeks after date hereof I will apply by petition to I hi, II, m 1 TV Willa. Judiie of the arcult Court In and for Putnam County, Florida, to legalize my adoption or but Oman Hmlth. a minor aired 12 years, re siding to this county. ALllKRT P. FOSTELL. M I. Cos, Petitioner's Attorney. Falatka, Fla., March Id, l'JoU. it and Bl Candies. w Crescent City News CKE3CENT CITY. is one of the most beautiful locations in Florida, Tourists will find it an Ideal spot to spend the winter, or pass a few days of keen delight. The town is on Orescent Lake (an arm of the Bt. Johns River) and is 100 miles by water, and 77 niilos by rail from Jackson ville. The all day river ride on the steamer Cresoent, from Jack sonville to Crescent City, is one of the delightful experiences of Florida travel. The steamer leaves Jacksonville at 8 a. m. every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, reaching Crescent City at 6 p. in. This trip is the only daylight ride up the broad and picturesque Bt. Johns. The steamer has pretty cabins and offers a delightful outlook even in stormy weather. Crescent City is the center of the orange growing industry in middle Florida,- and beautiful gloves surround the place. The fruit is at its best now. Good boating, hunting and llshlng will afford amusement for sportsmen. Naptha launches can be se cured cheaply for water trips. Crescent City tins good hotels and boarding houses at mode rate rates. Beautiful shaded walks and bicycle paths. Parties In Croacwnt City iteKtriiig to sub scribe Tor this paper or wishing to renew tbetr mili'tcriptloiiM thereto, nitty leave their names ami money with M r. K. D. Lomuls at the poHtottiee who Ih our authorized atrent ukesopint oitv tempera tube fob the week enmno. makuh 10, 1uu5. e. V. WILLIAMS, OHSEKVElt, Max. Mln. for for. Ma fill. 7 A. M. 2 V. M. II . M. H hs. 24ha i. siuurilny... si 71 t 74 M 5. Bimilay. .. .Ml 77 07 77 X m 0. Monday 67 77 (U 77 61 7. Tuiwilay.. . 5H 71 '-j III 77)4 itX g. Wndmimlny li'i Sli .70 W 6B 9. Thursday.. . 70 SI .70 86 (17 10. Friday 71 81 IfiH 81 tW t Personal and Social. t Regular services will be resumed at the Presbyteriim church next Sun day, with services botli morning and evening. It. B. Smith of Long Island, a guest for the winter at Cresceut Inn, departed for home lust Monday, much to tile regret of it large circle of friends. James Malcolm and daughter, Miss Sarah, are spending the week at Mi ami mid Palm Beach, but expect to return to Grove Hall tomorrow for a short stay. Now that the conference is over it has been discovered that some few people who neglected to attend the meetings have come in for a "bless ing" just the same. Mrs. J no. F, Richardson of Bel mont, Mass., who has been the guest of Mr. and Mrs. G. F. Morse for the past two weeks, left on Monday for a short . stay in St. Augustine before re turning to her home. The deed conveying the auditori um and gas plant to tli town of Cres cent City, properly signed by both Hon. and Mrs. Edwin Gilbert, were received by Town Clerk Paul C. Smith last Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Smith Cobb of Al bany, and Mrs. Iteggs of the same city, who have been guests at Grove Hall for the past several months, left for their homo last Monday. They will spend a week in Jackson ville en route. It. 8. Bunting of Salem, N. J., ar rived at Grove Hall last week to spend a time with Ills friends. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Buck. Mr. Bunting was accompanied by his son-in-law V. H. Mitchell, but that gentleman returned after spending a day or two hern. Dr. Harry C. Wi loh of Palatka was naliffl to Shell Bluff on Sunday last to attend a man whose case had been diagnosed as small pox. The patient is doing nicely and has been isolated Dr. Welch says he is two miles from any human habitation and that there no danger of a spread or tne dis ease. C. H. Cash lias placed his claim for fnrnishiuir the town with water m the hands of E. N. Calhoun for col lection, and the town, through its clerk, Paul C. Smith, lias respect fully declined to pay. Riving Mr. Cal- t, Hie same time the town's side of the case. Ex-Congressman William Ryan of u..r f'lixatr. N. Y.. has been here for a week, a guest at Grove Hail Mr. Ryan is a large grove owner, and nomes each year for only a short stay, as his vast commercial enterprises at home red litre his constant atteution Mr. Rvan is taking hut a few weeKS ti.in n,iu vear. nart of which lie nn.".' .".7 ' - will snend at Tampa and Braideii town. He seems well pleased with the nrogress of his grove property and states that it has every indica tion of a large crop the coming tail. Rev. Fattier Bresnahan, a mission- ary-at large of the Roman Catholic church, will arrive nere ionium., for the purpose of holding a week's ,:ir,n H will celebrate mass Sunday morning, probably in V. I A. Hall, and lecture in the evening nf that dav and the following wee day evenings up to Friday. Father Bresnahan comes by authority of the hkhnn of the diocese, is young .,f scholarly attainment and fully equipped for presenting the -i.i.n of the mother church to the i- He will likely be accorded a good hearing. Capt J, W, Miller has been drawn as a petit juror for the next term of the Federal court in Jacksonville. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Barker ex pect to leave today for Daytona, where they will spend a short season at Schmidt's Villa, before going to their home in North Pelham, N. Y. During their stay here this winter Mr. and Mrs. Barker have kept house in the Aumack cottage on south' Main street. Mr. Barker had a fair crop of oranges which he shipped prior to the January freeze, and ex pects a large crop the coming season. F. S. Cone is now able to attend his store, having sufficiently recover ed from a severe attack of grip to en able him to take pleasure in his bus iness aifairs- something a man firm ly in the grip of the grip can never do. During I) is temporary illness Mr. Cone's spring purchases arrived and since his return to the store he has been extra busy with the help of a man placing them on his tables and shelves. The new goods represent all that is desirable in dry goods, shoes, notions, hats, clothing, etc. Crescent City truckers are increas ing and the prospects are that many of our people will make a good many dollars the coming spring and sum mer on potatoes, squash and other truck. W. B. Campbell has one of the largest and best pieces of ground on this side of the lake for such pur poses and he is making good use of it, as is also James Padgett, sr., who is in the same neighborhood. S. J. Sanders also has a fine piece of laud w hich he is cultivating in potatoes. Julius Griinsley has an acre in po tatoes and Mac Davis, at Oniego, has 10 acres planted Ii tubers There are many others In this business in a small way, but a man doesn't require much of the right sort of land in Florida to make money on a spring crop of Irish potatoes. Many will ilso engage in plantingsquiiKhes. Bible Conference Close.". The week of post conferences ad- Iresses at the auditorium closed with the services of Sunday. At the morning service the attendance was quite large, but the storm of the af ternoon and the drizzling rain of the evening kept many away from the uiglit service. Mr. Gaebelein spoke every evening last week and at both the Sunday services, and his addresses are all highly spoken of. Mr. Stebbins led in the singing and was given valua ble assistance by Miss Jones, whose clear, sweet and high soprano voice always delights a Crescent City au dience. Mr. Gabelein left on Monday for Orlando where he lias engagements to speak, but Mr. Stebbins is re maining for a few days' rest at the Soutlifleld, and where lie hopes to be joined by Mr. and Mrs. Chafer the latter part of the week, though the success of their revival meetings in Tampa may keep them there a lon ger time. The future of the Bible conference in Crescent City is in (he balance l'rue its officials speak encouraging ly of next years' meetings and say hey lire making great preparations for it, but the fact remains that h- ancial provision for such meeting had not been secured at the time of this year's adjournment. It should he remembered that the original association known .as the Soutlifleld Bible Conference Asso ciation of CRESCENT U1TY" was this year superceded by the "South- lield Bible Conference Association, a new and anything but local organi zation, having seven trustees, but one of whom is a Crescent City man. In a letter to the editor Mr. Cha fer, the president, said: "1 he con ference is to be a permanent thing and can he kept in Crescent t'lty ONLY as there can be room made for the guests. Several hundred visitors could be secured for the coming season ir tne eiiteriainiiieni could be arranged for tliein." Mr. Chafer also stated in conversation with the editor that he could easily bring 300 people here from the uorth next winter for the Bible conference if Crescent City could furnish hotel accommodations. It will thus be seen that the future of the conference insofar as Crescent City is concerned is in the balance. A hotel is needed to accommodate conference visitors. But such a ho' tel would not be a good business proposition for a two or three week's session. It couiu oe secureu oiu.v Hironifh the muniflcience of some Bible conference enthusiast, or phil anthropist, one who would put mon ey in such a venture without expec tation of immediate dividends. AH who visited the conference this year were delighted wuu it ioc linn -Crescent City annealed 10 thoni as such a restful, beautiful place, and just the place for a con This is all true, but to make the Conference the success it should be, there should be longer sessions and a hotel with adequate accommodations to warrant adver tising the meetings and bringing visitors here by the hundreds. Intercliaugable Tickets. Iu traveling you will find it very con venient to use Atlantic Coast Line In terchangable mileage tickets good over approximately 150.UO0 miles of railroad These tickets will be honon-d as far East as Washington and West to Cin cinnati, Louisvlle, Evan8Ville and St. Louis. Take advantage of this arrange ment and avoid the inoonvenienee of purchasing additional mileage books. Superior train service to all points East. West and South. W. H. LkahT, D P A W. J. Chaio. G. P. A. Savannah, Ga. Wilmington, N. 0. Saturday's Ball Game. The game of base ball last Satur day afternoon between the Nine Chums of Palatka and the Crescent City team attracted a large crowd of spectators, the great majority of whom were home people and parti san friends of the local team. The game was spirited throughout, but from the beginning it was easy to see that the visiting club greatly outclassed the home players. They led from the first and increased their lead with every inning, though' there was many brilliant plays made by members of the Crescent City club. Collins who was in the box for the Nine (.'hums, pitched a re markably swift ball and the home boys, none of whom are heavy hit ters, found it hard to lilt him at all. On the other hand, Carrier, for the home team was hit regularly, and when hit, the ball usually went to the field. One of the features of the game w as the fine playing of Wilson, in left field for the home club. We had many put-outs to his credit from difficult fly catches. Another was the home run of Lowe of Palat ka, who made the only home run, psssible only through the fumbling of the ball in the field. The score resulted in a victory for Palatka by 18 to 5. Good nature prevailed throughout the game, though the enthusiasm of the spec tators was considerably dampened bv the constant ill luck of their fa vorites. The line up-of the teams was as follows : Nine Chums Thomas, 1st b; Mer rill, c; Hayes, 2d b; K. Phillips 8d b; Calhoun, s. s; L. Phillips, cf; Col lins, p; Lowe, If; Bruce, rf. Crescent City Miller, s. s; Varnes, 2d b; Wilson, If; Reed, cf. and p; K. Norton, 1st b; Fanning 3d b; C. Nor ton, c; Carrier, cf. and p; Gautier, rf. The local team goes to Federal Point today to play a return game with the club at that place. A Nasty Case. County Judge Coxo lias issued a warrant for the arrest of Rev. S. J. MoLeod of Waycross, Ga., and the papers have been forwarded to Gov. Broward with request that he make a requisition on the governor of Georgia for his extradition. The Rev. McLeod, who is a white man, came here some two weeks ago and intimated to the blind negro evangelist, David L. Williams, that unless lie (Williams) gave up certain furniture in his possession, that, he (McLeod) had a warrant for his (Williams') arrest. Williams gave up the furniture and McLeod had it packed for shipment and carted to the freight warehouse of the Crescent City Transfer com pany. Williams was then told that the man had no right to arrest him, and he went before Judge Coxe to epleviu' the goods from the transpor tation company. It was then trial he also had a warrant issued for Mc Leod for impersonating an oflleer. There is something back of tills. Last January Williams married light ginger-cake colored woman wh.. had been McLeod's cook. When she left to come here with Williams they brought about three dollars worth of furniture which the woman alleges had been given her by McLeod. It is also alleged that McLeod didn't want the furniture so much as he did the woman. At any rate he did his best while here to persuade her to go back with him, which she de clined to do. The News has been shown a letter received by this woman last Thuis- day, and which she alleges came from McLeodthough there is no name signed and in which the writer makes a pathetic appeal for the woman to abandon the "little monkey" she is living with and come to him, promising that he will pro vide for her every want. The Rev. McLeod is a preacher of the Baptist jiersnasion and editor of a paper published at Waycross called Pulnit and Pew." on his arriva here he went to one of our hotels and asked the rate, and when told, want ort tn know if they didn't make a discount for ministers and editors. The blind negro evangelist, Wi Hams, is a Baptist preacher out of loh. He savs his wife is an inter' - . . .3 twist of Indian, Angio-fcaxon auu negro The woman says she is afra d of McLeod. "rllrr" of "Pot." If nnv Londoner crawlhiR up to busi ness ty train or tram through the fog turned his Idle mind to wondering wny it wns called "fog" he would probably decide that it could not have been call ed anything else. "Fog" is its obvious name. Yet there Is much speculation among philologists on this point. Dr. Murray's dictionary suggests au Inter esting pedipree. As far back as the fourteenth century "fog" meant after grass, the rank grass that sprang up after huv harvest or grew In the wlu ter. while In the mirth It meant moss. Then "foggy" cnuic to mean boggy. .Next It was used to lnean bloated or nuffv of the flesh of men or animals, ii ml dually, as applied to ale or air. It meant thick, and our modern fog was :lerivetl buck from thlR "foggy." Skeat, however, goes straight to the Danish "foil." us In "snee f')g. a snowstorm, from "fyge," to drift. The worst of London fogs is that they do not drift fast enough. Londou Chronicle. The hetter man Is the less ready he is to suspect dishonesty in others. Cicero. Inl Witt H Fthe, "Tnnr daughter's music Is Impre lng," said the professor, "bnt when sh runs the -scales I have to watch her nrttv closely." "Just like her father," said Mrs. Nu- u,.h "He made his money in the grocery bu8iaeM."-Phlldelphia Ledg- r, . : . , A Safe Place to Trade Our store is full of New Goods just from the fac tory. We have never had such beautiful designs both in prints and com mon dregs goods. Our Hats, both Fur and Straw are the latest. We will say this to you : We bought our goods for cash taking all the discounts. Our running expenses are the lowest, and we are willing to take a small profit. Come and look us over. CONE, The Shoe Man, Crescent City, Fla. GROVE HALL is now open for the season of 190-4-5 under the management of Wm. C. Norton. During the past summer Grove Hall has been enlarged, improved and renovated, affording greatly increased acoomiiiodutioiis. the house is delightfully situated be tween, and overlooking, Lakes Crescent and Stella at beautiful Crescent City, Fla. Terms moderate. For " infor mation address WM. G. NORTON, PKOPKIETOK, Crescent City, ,- Florida. Real Estate! If vou have town property or Grove lots to sell, list them with W. C. Norton & Son. Tf vim want, to secure a home or arovi In Crescent City, perhaps we have just the bargain you are looking for. Any way lot us talk it over. W. C. NORTON & ON, Crescent City. TO RENT Furnished Boom In the new "Attleboro," suitable for man and wife or two ladies. Modern couvenienc- i. Apply, F. M. Payson, Cresceut lty, Fla. 2-17-tf LAKE COMO. Mr. and Mrs. Win. Tracey of Syra cuse, N. Y., are among our winter visitors. Mrs. J. I). Oockcroft visited Pal atka on Friday. On Thursday afternoon Inst a large number of ladies and gentlemen were iiformally entertained at AU V lew cottage. -Wlnst. ami euchre were in dulged in until about 5 o clock. Dainty reiresnmencs were seiveu. Vf uch to the dismay of the Indii s and gentlemen tiny were compelled to return totneir pomes miu a uoustnui falling rain, which marred the oc casion. Despite all tnese "lips anq downs" all report a pleasant tune. Mr. and Mrs. While of Wakefield, M ass . spent the day with Misses Carter and Tiisoll, while en route to Pinehurst, r. C. Mr. and Mrs. Anderson, al ter spent nir several nays wini menus n Ponce Park, returned to Coino las week and later left for Chattanooga, feiui., where they expect to spend be remainder of the season before leaving for their home in alt. I'leai-- ant, Mich. AvaCollingwood is on the sick list this week. Dr. H. C. vv eicn was jailed on Monday. Mrs. Jas Cockcroft of Nortliport, r r ...... ix-i l ..i h'l- i mv. win e lj. x , m i h-.ji. . - here she will be the guest of Mrs. J. I). Cockcroft. Mr. and Mrs. Seeley of Cambridge Springs, who are Crescent City visi tors this winter, called on friends here Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Harris s, ent the latter part ot last week in 1'alat ka and Daytona. On Saturday afternoon about twen- v neoiiln i.tLHIIded the boili'ig o. sugar cane syrup at Mr. Wm. H ibbs. Through the generosity of Mr. nnd airs. nOOUS tlieu viBituio wric buwiu- ed the pleasure of feasting on syrup. shavings and crullers, which wat certainly enjoyed by an. Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Williams after a lendiuir several weeks at All lew nnttnire left Tuesday for their houif in New Vork city. Mr. ana jirs, Williams spent several days last week in Daytona and other place in the state. Mrs Bos worth and daughter, Miss Clara, left Monday for St. Augustine where they will spend several aa; s before leaving for Daytona. Rev. Mr. Youngs delivered an in teresting sermon on Sunday morning in tne m. Ej cnurcu, subject uenig Ye must b ) born again. WANTED! Millions to know the great merits of Alabastine, the Sanitary Wall Coating Not a hot or cold water dtsease-breediug kaleomine, bearing a fanciful name. LET US HELP YOU. Write for our artists' free color plans diffemnt effects for different rooms In white, delicate (tss, greens, pinks, blues, and yellows, usli'g I "HTi sal A Rock Cement gomand86" mln; doe not rub or scale. No washing of walls after once applied Yon can brush It on mix with cold water. Other finish es, mixed with either hot or cold water, do not have the cementing proper ty of Alabastine. ihey are siactc on with glue, or other animal matter which rots, feeding disease germs, vnhhlnir. scaliiiir. and spoiling walla, clothing, etc. Such finishes must be washed oil every year costly, filthy work. Buy Alafcaminr nlr 1 . ' ''' f""" erlr labeled. Pretty wall ami rmUtm de&Jtfu. hui..,. nn rwv.eiin0" and tint. card. tree. ALABASTINE CO.. () rasa Rapids, Mick, ar 10S Water St., N. V. For Sale In Palatka by '' Ackerman & Stewart, Atlantic Coast Line. Excellent Passenger Service Via. Chicago and Florida Limited. Solid vestibule train of Pullman sleeping, observation, library, dining1 car and coaches between St. Augustine tanooga and Jaslivillo. Leave Arrive Dea'e St. AilKiiotine FE Jacksonville F K Jacksonville A C! Arrive Tifton. A O Leavi Ti f ton (trj&KRy 1 :; p in Arrive Macon ti S Leave Jlacon C of Arrive Atlanta u ot Leave Atlanta W & Arrive (..imt.ranooga w Leav Chattanooga N C Arrive Nashville N C Leave Nashville L & Arrive Evansville L4NKK 8:10 a m Leave Evansville L & X R R 8:21) a m Arrive St Louis X4KBK 1 :&8 p m Leave Evansville. . Arrive Terra Haute Leave Terra Haute Arrive Chicago This train is the standard of perfection in passenger service. For Pull man reservations ami other information apply to Ticket Agent K. K. C. Ky. St August uie, or Atlantic Coast Line Office, 138 West Buy St. Jacksonville, la. FLORIDA EAST Local Time Card Ho.. 59. SOUTH-BOUND READ DOWN. No, 98 Dally No. 85 Dally No. 29 Dally No. 23 Dally STATIONS. 806 p 818 p 9 p 068 p io ia p 1116 p .10 00 a ioosa 800 a 9 06 a 9 46 a Lv Jacksonville Ar Bo. Jacksonville 1.V 8t. Aiifrufltlne HaHtliiKB East l'alatka 130 p 3 00 p 11 16 a 1163 a 1310 p 10 86 p p 3 36 p 180 p 13 US p 11 46 a 10 86 a 9 30 a 116 p (16 p Ar Han 8 00 a Lv Sail 119 48 p Lv Neona.. I w P 106 p 184 p 146 p 166 p 926 p 9 60 p 820 p 4 02 p 4 06 p 416 p 4 68 p 6 01 p 6 89 p 625 p 6 40 p 0 69 p 703 p 7 06 p 714 p 787 p 766 p 880 p 860 p 9 26 p 9 61 p 10 00 p 10 60 p II 09 p 11 82 p 1140 p Bu miens Impont Hotel Orinond Ormond Daytona., Port Oranire New Smyrna Oak Hill Titusvllle Couoa. RooklciKO Rocklcdxe Hotels Kau Gnllie Melbourne Sebai-tlun St. Lucie Fort Pierce Tibials Eden Jensen Stunrt Hobe Sound Went Jupiler Ar West Palm Beach l.w Pa m Beach 1110 a 1189 p 1160 p 19 28 a 190a 908 a 8 09 p 818 p 866 p StO p 620 p 6 69 p (68 p 716p 11 20 a 1139 a 12 06 p 19 65 p 142 p 2 14 p 3 20 p 86 a 840 p 96 a 646 a 7 00 a 8 40 p 9 00 p 916 p 6 00 p 620 p 685 p West Palm ueimy. .. Ft Lauderdale Hal liimlale. . Lemon City.. 9 90 a 1190 p 7 80 p it Miami Lv BnffBl Parlor Cars on trains 29, 35, 78 and 29 and Buffet Sleeping Cars on trains 98 and :i el iind mZi ' Parlor Cars on trains 80 and 40 Ween St. Augustine su.l New Smyrna. ' - - CONDENSED 8GHEDULE BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE AND 8T. AUGU8TINR No. 23' No. 17 No. in No. 35 S BOUND. Daily Dttlly Dttly pally Lv. Iscksonrllle 800 AM 9 45 AM 1000AM 12 15 HM ArSl.Augullme 900am 1046am 11 10 AM I 15 I'M No. 18 No. 98 'J?-,1,' No. H N. BOUND. Dally l& Dally Lv Sl.Augmlint 600AM 730AM 760 AM 8 80 am Ar. Jackionville 600AM 840AM 860AM H20AM Train composed exclusively of Pullman or Parlor Cars and extra seat fare will be cHanre-V , t,."r... !,. t.rlna on wh eii no extra or Beat fare is charged. T UBJ IWUCD vm " - No. 39 Dally ST. AUUUSTINB AND NEW SMYRNA. No. 49 Daily UOOAMl 1010AM 8 20 A M 7 69 AM 7 80 AM 410p 510p 700 p 7 20 p 7 50 p Lv... ..St. Augustine Ar. ..Kast Palatka Lv ..Hotel Ormoud Lv Daytona Lv ...New 8myrna Lv Lv... Ar... Ar... Ar... "Ron? Sunday only No. 2b Hun only No. 17 No. IS, MAYPORT BRANCH Dally! Daily II 00 a 11 40 a 1145 a 12 n'n 4 36 v: Ly. Jacksonville Ar. Lv. Pablo BeaoU .Lv. Lv Atlantic Beach Lv Ar....Mayport....Lv. 880 a 7 50 a 7 45 a ,780 a 4 00 p 8 20 p 8 15 p 8 00 p 6 14 p & IU p 5 85 p No777 Dally Ex. Sua. No. 10 Dally Ex. Son HOMESTEAD EXTENSION. 680 a 7 46 a Lv Miami Ar. 6 00 p 6 46 p Ar Homeateaa i.v. PENINSULAR AND OCCIDENTAL Close Connection Made ! Miami with Steamships of the P. & 0. S. S. Company ; cr NASSAU, HAVANA AND KEY WEST, nwtaM ?toJmJaay hold ltsoll responsible for auy delay or any consequence arlsm the,-.-from. Tor Copr f h LOCAL TIME CARD or Oth.r Information. "SEE THE TICKET AOENT." : f. D. RAHNCR, A.t. Gen'l. Pass. Agt.. ST. AUGUSTINE. FLA. V. E. WILSON, GEO, President. - m Putnam National Bank Of Palatka' We solicit the accounts of the people throughout Putnam County, and tender all the oourtesles and aoooinmodatlons consistent with good Banking. PALATKA. FLORIDA. Drugs, Chemicals, Druggist Sundries and Patents. PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY COMPOUNDED. FRESH HARDEN SEED. Aeu4s Mallory 8tamshlp Lln. FRESH FISH! J. L. Bashfoi'd of Wolaka will visit Satsuma, Tuesdays, Pomona, Wednesday, Crescent City, Fridays of each week with Shad and otlmr Fresh Fish. Wait for Wm. He will C ill at your house. Ftjr Salu by nil dealer a to the West and Northwest and Chicago, via. Atlanta, Chat C Ry H:20am C Itv :2I) a in L R R D :80am L It R ..1:25 n m fc F Rv 4:15 Dill Ha Ry 4:2n p m H itv 7:w t in A It It 7:18 n in a Jt It lo:f7 l m it St L Ry 11 :04 p in i & St I. Rv 8:13 a mi N R R 8:10amJ . .E &T H RR 8:20 a in , E & T H R R 11:45 a in ..C&K 1 RR 11:60am OojEI Hit 4:80 p in COAST RAILWAY. In Effect Jan, 30? 1905. NORTH-BOUND READ UP. No. 78 Dally No. 74 Dally N6 28 Dally No 93 Dally 7 80 p 7 28 p 6 20 p 6 36 p 617 p 7 40 p 6 40 p 6 62 p 6 00 a 6 00 a 3 47 a 8 40 a 8 82 a 7 80 a 6 46 a 6 28 a Palatka Lv. ..Palatka Ar. 4 411 p 16 p 4 40 p 816 p 8U6 a 655 u eoo a Mateo Lv 8 20 p 7 06 p 8 90 p 7 06 p Mateo Ar Lv 4 88 p 4 21 p 4 17 p 8 60 p 8 88 p 8 27 p 8 06 p 2 28 p 162 p 114 p 1 10 p 1 00 p 4 80 p 4 20 p 4 10 p 8 45 p 2 46 p 316 a 3 08 a 4 68 a 4 40 a 130 I 1914 I 3 68 a 2 15 a 3 03 p 128 p 1 20 p 1218 p 12 W p 11 '26 a 10 tt a 10 80 a 10 65 p 10 40 p 13 03 p 900 p 8 38 p 810 p 818 p 8 02 p 7 87 p 7 IS p 6 40 p 696 p 605 p 6 40 p 6 80 p 4 84 p 4 12 p 8 47 p 8 40 p 1166 p 9 66 a 9 52 a 9 47 a 9 88 a 9 08 a 8 61 a 816 a 8 00 a 7 40 a 7 12 a 7 09 a 6 11 a 6 62 a 8 28 a 5 in a 10 26 a 1010 a 9 50 a 9 46 p 910 p Beach Ar Boynton Lv 8 00 a 710 p No. 4J Daily No. if Dally Ei. Moo No. 37' llaily Ex. Hon N0.W Daily No. 93 Dally No. IV Dally Ei. Mm, 1 10 rst 2 10 I'M 260 I'M 860 I'M 8 00 TM 400 rM, 8 05 PM 915 PMi 826 PM 9 25 PM 9 861- I 1086 I ! No. 31' ! No. 38 Dally I Daily Ex. SunEx. Sun No. 44 Daily No. 30 Dally No. 78 Daily No.?-.1 Dallv HlOAM'lMOAMlialO I'M 1210PMil24OPM 110 PM 010 PM 6 20 PM 730 PM !0 4.' !"! 7 10PM! 7 4u I'M No. 2S Dully No. It Lolly PALM BEACH AND MIAMI. 0 86 AM 9 60 AM Lv Breakers Ar I.V.. .West Palm Beach. ..A r Lv Lantana Lv Lv Ft, Lauderdale Lv Ar Miami Lv 5 60 ' 5 8' 6 10 , 4 ( 8 15 . 005AM 1 1 IH A M 1 1 55 A M No. 3 I No. I No. 2 N. Dally Da- ORANQE CITY BRANCH DaiiylPaliy 14 00 p 9 10a 10 21a 10 una 10 46a Lv. New Smyrna Ar Lv. Lake Helen Lv. Lv. Orange City Lv. Ar. Orange City Jo.. 180p!7 3C p IS46i)i'l?' ; 12 86p 'IK i 12 30p"i ; 1 44 p I 50 p IIU p No. II Dally No. Ii Dail..- SANF0RD BRANCH. 6 30 a 9 oo a Lv Titusvllle Ar. Ar Sanlord Lv. 12 f . KM STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS AT IMAM:, E. WELCH, Vice I'hehident. T. B. MERRILL' Cabbies E. W. WARREN, H. D. Crescent City, Fla., Will answer oalls from Como, Pomona, Satsuma Heights, Welaka, Frultland or other poiuts on the Frultland Peninsula, Z- Spencei, Dentist. OrtV e at Residence on Prospect street. Crescent City. - - Florida. W. Q. SHOTWELL Builds Row Boats, ' Repairs boats, buggies and makes all kinds nf wood work repairs at his shop iu rear of his MEAT MARKET, Crescent City. Fla. Satisfaftory work guaranteed at mod eat prioeti.