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Season from 6 a. m. to 7 p. m. - Mntlnoe every Saturday aftor nooon and evouing, presenting the popular p'ay III Introducing the following up-to-date Stars: 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 BE3T GROCERIES. Eoally the beet show In town for your money at J. W. MILLER'S t r Orders taken at your door every t morning. The advance arrivals of E 3 Hi Spring and Summer 1 Dress Materials jj afjuow on exhibition at ih C. L. Chamberlin's. These include Linens", j Lawns, Dimities and all the new and pretty crea- p tions for early spring Nj wear, and we want you to see them, also our cj 3 iretty patterns of 3 White Goods, Laces, I $ and Ribbons. Shoes I & i on Know we mono in 3 Cnmcnnt City sell the U Celelirated Hamilton- Brown Shoos for Men, fjj U'omen and Children. Of course, we have H everything in the Fresh g Grocery Lino. The , Freshest of' Jams, Jellies H and Marmalades, and b all the special delicasies for the table ; if there is ' ' E anything special you h want for the table, we are pretty sure t have it. Fox River Butter is p always fine. . fa Premier Clieese, finest fcj made. - p Everything 'Fresh in ,(- B I 8- I 8 Hi g Vegetables. E Lowney's Chocolates. C. L. CHAM BERLIN. P Goods delivered free. fcj Spring ushandinHii is to thouirl the Husbandman light ly turns to thoughts of Garden Seeds. We have a new supply of the Robert Buist Co's. Fresh Garden Seeds, including Beans and Sweet Corn. Everything in Toilet Articles and Stationery. St Johns rtlvrby Daylight. The Beach & Millet Line, Steamer CUEHC'ENT. Leaves .Tarkkonrtlleon Tuesdays, Thuredayc and Saturdays at 8:M0 a. m. for Green Cove. Palatka, Crtwcent Ctly and principal Waj Xitidinpt Heturnlng.leaviutCreKcentcUy on Wednes day, Fridays and Mondays at 7 a. m. Jacksonville wharf toot of Laura Street. Telephone 63. Paiatka wharf foot of Lemon atwi JOHN VINCENT, D. G. B. Artistic Barber. Ilalr Outtlng in all approved styles. Give me a call. ORESCENT CITY. FLORIDA A. B.TORREY. Undertaker and Embalmer. Full line of Caskets and Oofflns. Telephone OBEHOENT CITY FLORiDA Crescent City Transfer Co., Meets all trains at Ciesomt City Juno tlon. Night trains by appointment. S. M. IiABRER. Manager. Notice. To whom it may eoneeri : Notice Is herehy given that four weeks aner onto hermf I will apply ly petition to the Hon. J. T. Wills. Judge of t he t'trcnlt Court In anil for Putnam County, Florida, tn legall.e ruy adoption of Sot mian Smith, a minor aged 12 years, re sitting in this county. Auumr P. rosTELb. M I. Coxt, Petitioner's Attorney. Palatka, Fla., March 3d, lio5. it HnthT JBf I Lowney's Fine Candies. LOUND'SlRUG 811 i Cresceut City, Flu. Crescent CJCRSCENT CITY, is one of the most beautiful locations lu 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 miles by rail from Jackson ville. The all day river ride on the steamer Crosoent, from Jack sonville to Orescent 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. m. This trip is the only daylight ride.up the broad and picturesque St. 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 llshing will afford amusement for sportsmen. Naptha launches can be se cured cheaply for water trips. Crescent City has good hotels and boarding houses at mode rain rates. ISeautlful shaded walks and bicycle paths. CRESCENT 01TY TKMl'EltA rtIRE VOH THE WEKK ENDINO. MAHOH ;U, 1UU6. E. D. WILLIAMS, OBSEKVEK. Max. Mln. fur nr. Ma oh. 7 A.M. Sr. X. 9 P. H. H tilt. 241)8 25. Saturday... lit 71! lie 7'i 5a Hi. Sunday. in 7J (SO 78 r -7. Monday ti unit mx 61 M. Tuesday.. .. 117 M i! K2 (tt 3U. Wednesday f7 Wl 70 K-2 (Bi ;M. Thursday... 711 ft) ('. PiX H)H U. Friday 70 77 0 80 HO t Personal and Social. $ The Misses (ioidou left m Wednes day for their home in Vermont. Oapt. Jno. D. l'iguo lias put a new gasoline engine in the launch Fnwn. James Padgett sr., has beeii quite ill, but is now said to be getting much better. Mrs. Martensoti and son of Cotno spout Saturday atid Sunday here the guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Slade. The Misses Morse will leave today for Key West, from whidi point they will take steamer for (ialveston, Texas. H. S. Hunting of Siileni, N. J., who has been at (Irnvo Hnll for (lie past several weeks, and exceeding popu lar with all the guests, left on Wed nesday for home. K. lloi'Ken has an acre and a third of some of the bestb oking Irish po tatoes to be seen anywhere in the state. Tlie potato iield is on his f;inn at Clifton. Capt. Miller has a young grove at Clifton that is heavy .with bloom. The trees are sinnli and this will be their first crop. They were not de foliated by the January cold. The Crescent City base ball club bent the Huntington team on tin grounds at that place Inst Saturday afternoon. Our boys played with but seven men and won the game by a core of 7 to (i. K. Borseu's ' residence has been greatly improved by two coats of paint. The conspicuous location of tiiis home makes its improved ap pearance add greally to the attrac tiveness of the town. Julius C. Griinsley's grove on the opposite side of Lake Crescent is go ing to be a heavy bearer again this year. His was anotner grove tnat was not defoliated by the January cold. Mr. Criinsley also has a fine crop of potatoes coming on. Mr. and Mrs. Winde of Boston, guests at Grove Hall for the past two mouths, left on1 Sunday for llruns wick, Ga., where they were to take Mallory line steamer for Mobile. They were accompanied on' this trip by Miss Margaret Richardson. Mr. Janusch, superintendent of the Preston-Miller company's mill, play ed with the local ball team at Hunt ington on Saturday and showed won derful skill as a player. The boys will try their best to get him to join the team in some of iU excursions abroad. Hon. and Mrs. John Wesley Davis of St. Augustine, formerly of this place, have moved to Fitzgerald, Ga., for the summer. It is their pur pose to return to St. Augustine the coming winter, when Mr. Davis will open up a business establishment. Mr. Davis lias retired from politics. The News has but hazy knowledge of a teinperauce rally to be held next week. Those having the meet ing in charge have failed to notify its But if our information is correct the meeting will be held at the audito rium next Tuesday evening and is to be addressed by Rev. Win. Stones, Baptist pastor at Palatka. Capt. and Mrs. W. M. Ritcli and Mrs. Oxer broke up their pretty winter home here on Monday and left for their summer home at Port Chester, New York. Capt. Ritch has been coming here for many years aniTall hope he may be spared for many more winter seasons with us. His pretty home on the shore of Lake Stella is one of the moat at tractive in the place, and those ar riving at Crescent City by train cau always locate it among the trees as the white house amid a setting nf green trees, and with the American flag always floating to the breeze. City Hews Dr O. F. Spiaguo left for Talla hassee Saturday afternoon, where he goes as a member of the House of Representatives in the btatu legis lature.. The doctor is serving bib second term in the house, and Rays lie will not care to return for the third time. The doctor will not re turn to Crescent City until after the adjournment, about I In- first of June. The children's dancing class which has been meeting on Saturday after noons at the home of Mrs. Henry O. Hubbard, held its final meeting last Saturday afternoon, when the little people gave an exhibition dance to parents and friends. The children have received instruction from the Misses Morse, and have enjoyed the lessons greatly. The final dance was a very pretty affair. The News has had many letters of inquiry concerning the orange crop prospects for the coming year. In reply to these enquiries it will pub lish during the next week the opin ions of some of our leading growers'. At present the prospects do not ap pear bright for u big general crop, though some growers herei.nd there will have an ahtindnuce of fruit. Home are pinning their faith to a la ter bloom. Paul C. Smith lir.s just completed a very pretty desk for the use of the president nS the town council and which will also serve as the 'bench ' in the mayor s court. The desk is of cypress and will be both ornamental and useful. Low (hat the coininuii council is to meet in (lie new cif building it. is proposed that Hie meet ings shall lie coiniucli d with. a great- er show of d'gei'y and this desk is in furtherance of this iib n. Tile Crescent City base hall club played with (he j;uiiois on Friday afternoon last, beating the little fel lows by a score of 32 to 7. It. is wor thy of remark, however, that Cres cent City in its junior aggri g'ti' n, is raising up a batch of, coming ball players who in a very short time will be able to go out into the world and play ball. They have the fever good and hard and many of these little fellows .show surprising ability even now. Ail they lack is strength. Mrs. T. U. Harris returned from a visit of several weeks' down the east coast last week and remained over at Grove Hall until Monday, when she left for hi r home, r.ridgelo:!, N. J. Mrs. Harris enjoyed her vfsit to the east coast greatly, but says that for real lest and comfort she is con tent with Clescent City. She ex pects to return here for a brief time next season, when she holies to take a trip to Tampa, Key West. Havana and Nassau.' Mrs. M. It.. Traile of Chautauqua, New Yoi k, always n popular visifoi here, spent last week at Grove Hal! and returned to Jacksonville Mon day. She has been spending the winter in Jacksonville. Mrs. Traile is the proprietor of one of the leadii g summer hotels at Lake Chautauqua and during the season has from III; to l.'IU guesla all the time. Many of our winter guests have visited her hotel in the summer and pronounce it perfect. Florida people going to Chautauqua in the slimmer will find a special welcome at her home. Hon. Jninofi K. Howe of Brooklyn, N'. V.. who had been a guest at Grove Hall for the past two weeks left for home last Wednesday, He wanted to stay longer but the press of busi ness engagements prevented. Mr. Howe is perhaps the heaviest owner of unimproved property here and is extremely anxious for the develop ment of the place. The News will not be surprised to hear any day of some great scheme of Mr. Howe's for the place's upbuilding. He is anx ious for a better railroad connection and will work to that end. Probably the finest showing for i:n orange crop in this section for the size of the grove, is to be found on the 15 aores of trees owned by Chas. S. Gowen at Fisl. Hawk point. Mr, Gowen's trees were not injured by the January cold, not even losing their foliage, and the bloom of a week or two ago was as heavy as has ever been seen in this entire section. The trees are generally in a very healthy condition. It would be next to impossible to estimate the coming crop, but it will be all that the trees can hold, and they are good sized trees. W. B. Campbell one of our old and most respected citizens has decided to quit farming for a time and has engaged in the mercantile business at Lakeland, one of the growing in land cities of Florida. He has form ed a partnership with his brother-in-law, Mr. J. B. Smith. Mr. Campbell is a large orange grower and truck farm owner here, and during his ab sence, with a view to a change, his affairs here will be in charge of Jas. Padgett, sr. Mr. Campbell will be missed from Crescent City greatly, both in a business and social way. All his friends here and that's everybody will wish him success in his new venture. Plndlac mn Excuse. An Irascible old colonel who used t play golf at Sandwich; which is on th river Stour, bad a habit, common with many, of blaming everybody but hlin Belt for his bad strokes. Finally one day, becoming badly bunkered, he first took mighty vengeance on the turf with hia club; then, glaring around In expectation of the usually friendly comment, and nobody saying anything, be blurted ont, "How can you expect man to play decent golf on these curaed links with .hips passing up and dowa the channel 7" London Mail MRS. ROOSEVELT IN CRESCENT CITY. Wife of President arid Three Children Visit Hubbard Park on Monday. Then Co Six Miles Up Haw Creek Archie Roosevelt. Shoots an Alligator. ' . A little after noon on Monday the Wilson Cypress company's launch Margaret touched at the Preston-Mil ler company's dock and landed a party consisting of Mrs. Theodore Roosevelt, her three children, Ethel. ICermit and Archie, Dr. Rixey, surgeon-general of the United States Army, Capt. Evans, executive officer of the battleship Massachusetts, Mr. Joseph Wiluier of Rappidaii. Va., Henry S. Wilson and Master Edwin C. Wilson of Palatka. The party walked up the hill to Hubbard Park where they remained an hour the guests of Mrs. Henry G. Hubbard. During their stay the distinguished parly were shown all the beauties of the park and went in to the house where the pretty inter ior wood work which was the ptide of the late Bela Hubbard, its builder, wai examined and greatly admired. Mrs. Roosevelt and all other mem bers of the party greatly enjoyed (heir walk through the park and Were profuse in their expressions of delight over (lie 'beauty of the fresh green oT the trees and the beau tiful shaded green avenues which lead to the lake. Mrs. lluhhaul was taken by sur prise. Mr. Henry H. Wilson who had charge of the party, aski d pi r mission lo'show his (guests through the p irl:, which Mrs. Huljburd grac iously granted, though at the time she was not aware of the. personnel of the distinguished visitors Then Mr. Wilson presented hrf to Mrs. Roosevelt and the children, after which the other member of the pa : tv wt re presented to Mrs. Hub bard. At the conclusion of a plessnnl hour's stay the party again boarded the launch and went to Haw Creek The Margaret went some six miles up this winding, nairow stream o'er canopied wilh living green and Mrs. Roosevelt and the children felt that they had never seen anything in na ture quite so bt auti:ul. The launch carried the party to a point about i. mile and a half beyond the Haw Creek Security Grove company's wharf, when the boat turned about and returned to Snn Mateo, opposite which place the government yacht Sylph was anchored. During the trip through Deep River two or three alligators were seen and Kermit and Archie Roosevelt had a shot at 111 m. Archie succeeded iti wounding one of the alligators. It is possible that all of the shots took elfoc.f, but if mj the Uligaiors did not seem to mind any of them except the o ie from Archie's rifle, for they duc.ced iindr water and swam away. The party was our, from H:!M) a. m. tor, ::(0 p. in. and had a delightful day.- Ready to Furnish School. Hon. F.dwin Gilbert whose rece t munificent gilt irf the Southfleld Auditorium to the town for school and other public purposes was elir n ieled in these columns, lias notified Town Clt l k Paul C. Smith that he is ready to furnish the school rooms with all needed desks and other school paraphernalia provided ihe city will give t he desks now in use to the colored school. The aldermen have decided and Mr. Smith has written to Mr. Gilbert that while the towu would bo glad to give the old desks to the colored school hi cannot do so for the reason that they are not the town's property, but are in the custody of the county school board. " There will be do difficulty, how ever, in turning these desks over to the Crescent City colored school, Hon. S. J. Hilburn of Palatkn. chairman of the county school board. wag seen by the News, and he stated that the' board would gladly make the transfer suggested by Mr. Gil bert, and that it would be done when ever the matter came officially be fore the board. This latest proposed gift of M'. Gilbert is in furtherance of his plan te see that Crescent City lias one of the best equipped schools in Florida, the carrying out of which plan contem plated this further magnificent gift. It is up to Ihe people of the place now to get to work and plan for a good school, which we can do by es tablishing a special tax school dis trict. This would give us sufficient funds to maintain a high grade school wlth first class teachers eight months in the year. LAKE COMO. Mr. H. Coiliugwood and Lyon Chamberliu left on Friday for Wouvt cliif, N. J , at which place Lyon will resume his school work. His many friends here wish him success. Mr. and Mrs. Palmer and son. Wright Palmer, expect to leave this, week for their home near New York city. While here they made arreat improvements to their little winter nome wnicn cney pu remised or J. A. McNabb. A number of Mr. aud Mrs. Jacob Gable friends spent an evening last week very pleasantly at their home. Several pieces were rendered by the phonograph. Mrs. Perkins played several selections on the piano, and Mr. Collingwood being' present, de livered some of his favorite recita tions which caused the house at times to be tilled with Deals ol laughter. Refreshments were serv ed, and the evening was thoroughly etijoyeu Dy an. i Those who have been spending the winter at au view cottage and ex A Safe to Trade Oar store is full of New ' Goods just from the fac tory. We have never had such beautiful designs both in prints and com mon dress goods. Our Hat, both Fur and St raw are the latest. We will say this to you : We boughtour 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 Benson of 1004-5 under the management of Win. C. Norton. " During tilt past summer Grove Hall has been enlarged, improved and renovated,, affording greatly increased accommodations. The house is delightfully situated be tween, and overlooking, Lakes Crescent and Stella at beautiful Crescent City, Fla. Terms moderate. For infor mation address IVM. C. NORTON, PROPRIETOR, Crescent City, - Florida. fleet to leave this week are as fol ows: Mrs. Scott, Syracuse; N. Y.i J. A. McNabb, Paterson, N. j.; Mes- dames Carter and Tilson, Wakellelu, Mass.: Mr. and Mrs. E. Isoin, Cleve- l ind, (.; Mr. and Mrs. H. Gilford, tairhavtn, Mass. Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Gates left on Sunday for their honir) in South Brooklyn, O. An interesting sermon was deliver ed by Rev. Mr. Rector on Sunday morning. Epwoith League was led In the the evening by A. 1 enrtlley. Albert Gable is the guest of his parents this week. Mrs. Rector and daughter, Ruth, visited Palatka on Monday. Your Children's Health IS OF VITAL IMPORTANCE. "A large part ot their time is spent In the schoolroom and it becomes the duty of every parent and good oltizen to see to it that the schoolrooms are free from disease breeding germs. Decorate the walls with T" IWHUI II i " Cleanly, sanitary, durable, ar - tistlc, and safeguards health. AD aI PhmakI in white and KOCK bCnteM delicate tints. Does not rub or scale. Destroys disease' germs and vermin. No washing of walls after once applied. Any one can brush It on mix with cold water. The delicate tints are non-potsouons and are made with speolai reference to the protection of pu pils' eyes. Beware of paper and germ-ab-; sorblng and disease-breeding kalsomines bearing fanolful names and mixed with hot water. Buy Alubastine only in five pound packages, properly labeled. Tint card, pretty wall and ceiling design. "Hints on Decorating," and oar -artists' services in making color plans, free. ALADASTINE CO., Oraad Rapids, Mich., or 105 Water St, N. V. For Sale iu Palatka by Ackerman & Stewart. U. LOI'Cli DA1I.BV. CHAS. M. HlLLIAKl) fi. M BAILEY HO, Fire Insurance: Leu-ding American and Foreign Companies Accident Insurance: The Travelers of Hartford Life Insurance: The Old Reliable "Germauia Life"- of New York Marine Insurance: The Leadimg Companies AH Claims Promptly Settled. Office. 28 Front St., Paiatka. Fla For an attractive, easy to see and easy to read olll :i calendar send six oonts in stamps to W. H. Leahy, Dlvl ion Prsenger Agent, Atlantic Coast lane, bavannah, ixa. TO KF.N I'-Furuishe i boom in the new ' Att.lelioro," suitable for man and wlte or two I idles. Moiern convenienc es Apply, F. M. Payson, Crescent City, Fla. .2-17-tf HOMES IN FLORIDA! THK SOTtTHKRN COLONtZATlOS CO., have pupcliaii'il MIJOftor ol the best lurid In Fkirl. a. Wo whiu Me mor g.ioil ramtlitta to Jntu our minimi rotouy; the bent cbane on earth to g t a h. 'm wlih little fr ho cost. Every tiieniiMH-a sutcKiiotiier: -jfi,mtu arreii on t. . F. B'v wl hln 4 to mmllmof I'alatUn. Fla. We shall i utM our own olty, also teib-Uivtite limits nit" ft, ei, t-ti antl 411 mire trat-t. Kirs! half o( ll-lH law ll-tu-t will leaoM to members, au-t ih- la-t halt 10 non-mi mlier. at ihe mar ket (Tie ; this will e abl- the et-ickliohlerH to 11 rtate In tr -a-s. Ih'is ,aytnr back to HtiM'k holilers more neoiry tlia.i th y toil In at the legttining. Every mem er w!l own his own lanil with g.wxt title to use anil i1Hhjho of as he (or sbei may wish. Wi-hnve ian.'s hat will r.sluoe three vnhMble ci.'i p.-r year. Our ien.ls will rnt iwhe 1 iea.ly for th plowi for five times its cost. Stil for our prtstpoi-ljig and "tht-r printed matter eii.lalulii all. r Southern Colonization Z'o., 1'alatka, l'la. Atlantic Coast Line. Excellent Passenger Service to the West and Northwest Via. Chicago and Florida Limited. v Solid vestibule train of Pullman sleeping, observation, library, dininf? car and coBches between St. Augustine and Chicago, via.' Atlanta, Chat- tanooga mid Nashville. Leave St. Augustine FE C Ry .8:211 a 111 Arrive Jacksonville. F K C. liv, ni Leave Jacksonville...'. A C LRU ......... ') a 111 Arrive Tifton .....A 0 1.RR 1 :25 p 111 Leave Tifton U 8 te K Ry 1 :80 p 111 Arrive Macon S&Kliv .'. . .'.4:16 p m Irenve Macon C of Ua Ry 4: P m Arrive Atlanta. . ..; C of iia Rv 7:0 p m Leave Atlanta W & A R it 7:18 j in Arrive Chattanooga W & A R R 1:G7 p in Leave Chattanooga. . . .-. . N 0 & St L Ry 11 :04 p 111 Arrive Nashville NO St L Hy .8:18 a 111 Leave Nashville L&NRK..." 8 :40 a in Arrive Evansville, L4NRR., . . . . .8:10 a in- Leave Kvniisville. L fe N R R .K:20 a 111 Arrive St Louis LKKU 1 :M p ni Leave Evansville . . K & THRU -.8:20 a in Arrive Terra Haute .-. ...K4THRR 11:45 am Leuve Terra Haute O fc E I R R '. .. .11:50 a 111 4 Arrive Chicago CAKIRR .4:30 p 111 This train is the standard of perfection in passenger Rervice. For PnU ninn reservations and other information apply to Ticket Agent F. E. C. Ry. St Augustine, or Atlantic Coitst Line Ollice, 188 West P.ay St. Jacksonville, Kla. GEORGIA SOUTHERN & FLORIDA RY. LOCAL TIME TABLE Effective January 8, 1903. SOUTH BOUND 8,3 1 P. M. A. M. A. M. 5 00 12 40 11 25 6 14 12 IS 6 38 12 33 6 59 1 59 12 52 7 26 2 23 1 16 7 48 2 42 1 55 8 10 2 17 8 28 -.'.... 2 32 8 36 3 15 2 40 9 25 3 55 3 20 9 51 4 15 3 40 10 06 4 26 3 52 10 11 4 30 3 57 11 10 5 10 4 40 p.m. 5 20 4 47 5 57 5 14 6 39 .6 08 7 16 6 47 - 7 36 7 08 7 56 7 27 . 8 35 8 00 A. M. P. M. Lv . . . Macon : ; . Ar Lv . . . Kathleen .'. . . Lv Lv . . . Grovania . . . Lv Lv . . . Unadilla .. . . Lv Lv . . . Vienna : . . . Lv Lv . . . Cordela ... . Lv Ly . . . Arabi . . . Lv Lv . . . Worth . . . Lv Lv . . . Ashburo . . . Lv Lv . . . Tifton ' . . . Lv Lv . . . Lenox . . . Lv Lv . . . Sparks - . . . Lv Lv , . . Adel ' . . Lv Ar . . . Valdosta . . . Lv Lv . . . Valdosta . . . Ar Lv . .' . Haylow . . .' . Lv Lv . . . Fargo ' . ." Lv Lv .. . . Baxter ; . . . Lv Lv '. . . Cutler . ; . . Lv Lv . . . Crawford . ' . ; Lv Ar . . Jacksonville . . Lv A. M. 5 20 Lv . . . Valdosta . . . Ar Lv . . Lake Park . . Lv Lv . . . Jennings . . . Lv Lv . - . . Jasper . . . Lv Lv . . White Springs . . Lv Lv . . . Lake City . . . Lv Lv . . Lake Butler. . . Lv Lv . . Sampson City . . Lv Lv . . . Hampton . . . Lv Lv . . . Grandin . . Lv Lv . . Florahome . . . Lv Ar . . . Palatka. . . -. Lv 5 51 6 08 6 34 7 15 7 52 8 45 9 09 9 23 8 16 8 30 9 05 10 01 10 06 10 50 9 10 9 50 A.M. P. M. THE NEW SLEEPERS now running on Trains 3 and 4 between Macon and Jacksonville, via Valdosta, are twelve section Drawing Room Buffet cars, Pintsch gas lighted, and up to the Pullman standard in aM their appointments. These sWepers are open for occupancy, leaving Macon, at 9:30 p.m., and passengers can remain in sleeper until 7:00 a.m. on arrival at Macon. Nos. S and 4 are solid trains with Throuch Coaches and Drawlngr-Room Buffet Sleepers between Macon and Jacksonville, and carry Pullman Buffet Drawing Kootn Sleepers between Macon and Tifton, en route between Jacksonville and St. Louis, Mo., and Chicago, 111. Nos. I and 2 are solid trains between Macon and Palatka, and carry Through Coach between Macon and Jacksonville. WM C. SHAW, Vice-President. J. H. RAFFTERY, D. P. A.. .- Jacksonville, Fla. A. E. WILSON, GEO. E. WELCH, Vioa President. PUES1DKNT. m Putnam National Bank; Of jPa.la.tlsL a. VVe solicit the accounts of the people the oourtesles and acoommoilations consistent with good Banking, PALATKA. FLORIDA. Drugs, Chemicals, Druggist Sundries and Patents. PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY COMPOUNDED. FRESH 8AK0ES SEED. AaentslMallory Steamship Line. FRESH FISH! J. L. Bashford of Welaka will visit Sillsuinil, Tuesdays, -Pomona, Wednesday, Crescent City, Fridays of each week with Shad and other Fresh Fish. AVait for him. He will call at your house. . wibmiFOSCE For Sale by all dealers Real Estate ! If you have town property or Grove lots to sell, list thorn with W. C. Norton & Son. If you want to secure a home or grove lu Crnseeut City, perhaps we have just the bargain you ar looking fjr. Any way let us talk it over. VV. C- NORTON & SON, Crescent City. If vou want to (ret your money's worth; and see a pood COLD kn.H-i-oat, use Peek's ' Pine Tr Syrup NORTH HOUND STATIONS 6 P. M. A. M. A. M. 4 30 3 35 3 14 2. 56 2 32 2 15 1 37 1 23 4 05 11 251 10 2U 9 5! 2 43 9 3U ,9 10 8 50 8 29 2 23 2 08 8 141 : 8 CM 7 30j 1 17 12 42, 1 29 12 55 12 25 12 14 12 10 11 30 11 20 10 39 9 58 9 18 12 19 12 08 7 04 6 53 . 6 i'i 6 od 12 02 11 20 11 12 10 33 9 51 9 12 8 51 8 34 A."M 8 55 . 8 38 8 00 8 05 P. M. I A. M STATIONS 2 10 A. M. P. M. 11 05 11 00 10 29 10 30 10 15 10 13 9 50 9 52 9 11 9 16 8 45 8 48 7 54 7 30 7 10 6 29 6 24 - 5 50 P. ! C. B. RHODES. Gen'l Pass. Agent. HARRY BURNSf-T. P. A.. Macon, Ga. T. B. MERRILL, . Casbieb throughout Putnam County, -and ten ler E.'VV. WARREN, H. D. ' Crescent City, Fla., Will answer calls from Conio. Pomona. Satsuma Heights,. Welaka, Frultland or other points on the Frultland Peninsula.. X. Spencer, Dentist. OnVe at Residence on Prospect strettt. Crescent City, . . Florida. W. B. SHOTWELL Builds Row Boats, Repairs boats, buctriea and makna all kinds of wood work repairs at his shop 111 rear 01 nts MEAT MARKET. Crescent City, Fla. Satisfactory work guaranteed at mod est prices. Intcrt-liaiigable Tickets. In traveling yon will find it very con venient to use Atlantic Coast Line iu tercbargable mileage tickets good over approximately 5,000 miles of railroad These tl -kets will be honori-d as rr E:ist as Witshlntrton and WVst to Cin jinuati, Lmilttvll, Evansville and .St. Louis. Take advantage of this arrange ment and avoid the ineonvonlenoe ot purchasing additional mlleagw books, Superior train service to all points East. Weet and South W. H. Lkaht, D P A W. J. ('bam. P. A. Savannah, Q; Wilmington, S. C. r"airs.