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Groceries! never worry the housewife. Those not so fresh cause all I worry. Our Specialty is iroeeries, t u u u u u u M a u u u y u a M a u a u u u u y y y j y y y y y i n n n ?i a j j j j j y y j j j j y j j j j j y y y a r r Crescent City, Fla. r-EEBBBisiisaaaaaaaariKnasiaaaais Fretili Groceries. We get them fresh by every boat. You can always have them Fresh when you buy of us. 'Nother thing about our Fresh Groceries they don't cost anv more than the other follow charges for the other kind The kind not so fresh. It's the. CKE8T BRAND. If you drink it once you will never take any other kihd. Also everything else that's new and good and fresh at J. W. MILLER'S I 3 The advance arrivals of' ' Spring and Summer Dress Materials pjj are now on exhibition at. 8 C. L. Chamberlin's. t These include Linens, Lawns, Dimities and all t the new and pretty erea- Z tions for early spring f wear, and we want you y to see them, also our pretty patterns of White Goods, Laces, and Ribbons. Shoes ! You know we alone in k Crescent City the t Celebrated Hamilton- Brown Shoes for Men, f Women and Children v Of course, we have everything in the Fresh Grocery Line. The Freshest of Jams, Jellies and .Marmalades, and all the special delicasies jfe for the table; if there is anything special you , want for the table, we k are pretty sure to have it. Fox River Butter is always fine ' Premier Cheese, finest t made Everything Fresh in Vegetables Lowney's Chocolates C. L. CHAM BERLIN. t Goods delivered free. 'FtTYTTTIXTttXSSXEWTTITTTT. Crescent City Hews gn In the Spring the HilBbandmaii light ly turns to thoughts of Garden Seeds. We have a new supply of the Robert Buht Co's. Fresh Garden Seeds, including Beans and Sweet Corn. Kverything in Toilet Articles and Stationery. Lowney's Fine Candies. Crescent City, Fla. St Johns Rlvr by Daylight. The Beach & Miller Line, Steamer CREHCKNT. Leaven Jacksonville on Tuesdays, Tlmrwiayi mid .Saturdays at 8:30 a. m. for Ureen C'ove, Palatka, Crescent Uity and principal Way Landings Keturning.leaves Crescent city on ednes days, Fridays and Mondays at ? a. nt. Jacksonville wharf footol Laura Street. Telephone 83. Paiatka wbarf foot of Lemon street. JOHN VINCENT, D. 0. B. Artistic Barber. Hair Cutting in all approved styles. Hve me a call. ORESCENT CITY. FLOEIDA. A. B.TORREY. Undertaker and Einbalmer. Full line of Caskets and Coffins. Telephone CRESCENT CITY FLORjDA Crescent City Transfer Co., Miwta all trains" at Orescent City A'uno tlon. Night trains by appointment. 8. M. LABREE, Manager. Em wnrFCZCE CKESCENT 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 Crescent Lake (an arm of the St. Johns River) and Is 100 miles by water, and 77 miles by rail from Jackson ville. The all day river ride on the steamer Crescent, from Jack sonville to Crescent City, Is one of the delightful experiences of Florida travel. The steamer leaves Jacksonville at 8 a. ni. 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 oontur of the orange growing industry In middle Florida, and beautiful groves surround the place. Good boating, hunting and -fishing will afford amusement for sportsmen. Naptba launches can be se cured cheaply for water trips. Crescent City has good hotels and boarding houses at mode rate rates. Beautiful shaded walks and bicycle paths. CKESCENT CITY TEMPERATURE FOll THE WEEK ENDING, AUGCHT Jtll, HMfi. E. 1). WILLIAMS, OBSKBVKK. Mai. Win. for for. July. 7 A.M. 2 P.M. 9 P. M. i lis. 24hs 2D. Saturday... Ml 78 75 87 7ft 30. Sunday. ... 82 M NI 91 7 31. Monday 84 K) 74 Wi 74 August 1. Tuesday. .. 82 K 73 9:1 73 2. Weduosday 7.H K.I 76 m 74 8. Thursday... 7B 79 75 m 74 4. Friday 80 80 75 85 75 For Sale by U dealers tAA'A'-f t Personal and Social, f t Scnppernong grapes are ripe and plentiful in the market. K. M. White visited the county capital early in the week. U. S. Oowcn spent the flrBt days of the week in Jacksonville. Capt. S. M. LaBree was a business visitor to Palatka on Monday. Mrs. H. It. Johnson has gone on a visit to her old home in Georgia and will be absent several weeks. 'V. E. Saunders has a contract for towing wood by lighter from Clifton to the log pulling camp down the lake shore. Miss Annie Bruce of Paiatka, who has Deeil the guest of Miss Jessie Burton for the past two weeks, re turned home laBt Monday. Mrs. John Mizell of Jacksonville spent a part of last week and until Monday of this at the home of her son, N. B. Mizell, ou the east side of the lake. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. McDonald of Longs Station are leaving this, week for a visit to their old home at Lum ber Bridge, N. C there to remain several weeks. K. Borseu carried the returns of the school district election to Pal atka on Monday, and heard lots of good words from Palatka people con cerning the result. One of the biggest packing bouses In the United States writes to the Preston-Miller company of this city. "Send us two more car loads of tubs like the last." They evidently were good tubs. Frank Rhoads and Oliver Chain berlin left on Monday for Mayport, where they will go into camp uear the beach, remaining long enough to get their fill of sea bathing, fishing and camp cooking. Lee Mizell has flouted to the mill of the Preston-Miller Co. a large raft of cedar logs from the Haw Creek section. This company lias an order for 600 dozen red ctdar pails of the highest grade. Miss Estelle McKenzie the accom plished daughter of Editor H. A. B. McKenzie and a popular toacher in the Palatka High and Grammar school, has been' the guest of Miss Lillian Appleby during the past week. The heavy rains of the past ten days have accomplished much good, but there is still room for more in the ground. The ground will have to be pretty thoroughly and deeply soaked before the lakes and ponds begin to fill to their customary banks. S. J. Saunders, so long laid up from being struck by a stingaree, the News is pleased to report is re covering. He has had long and seri ous trouble with this wound, and in consequence of it has not been able to accomplish any of his planned summer work, and that means a big set back to a small farmer.- Prof. J. H. Moffat, the popular and efficient principal of our public school the past season, has been ap pointed the principal of the Hyde Park Grammar School at Tampa for the ensuing year. This is one of the leading schools of tho state. Prof. Moffat's many friends in Crescent City will rejoice at his promotion. Mrs. Livingston, who formerly re sided here and did a dressmaking business, but who for the past three years has been residing at Daytona arrived last week with her two bright little girls for visit to the home of her father, H. Cowart, near Seville. Mrs. Livingston expects to spend a little time In Crescent City also. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Cohen who have resided up the lake thorn, moved into town last week and are occupying the cottage next back of W. B. Shotwell's store. Mr. Cohen thinks of operating a small livery business here this winter, and to th s end will purchase some good road horses and buggies. Such a business ought to prove profitable. During the absence of Tom Eussell In the mountains of Knrlh Carolina, the Saturday Evening Post custo mers will be supplied by Charley Jlu ull. The Post is a very excellent magazine puper with entertaining short stories, beautifully illustrated, and with other high-class sketches. Charley Maull hopes to not only re tain all old customers, but secure new. Give him a hearing. Mrs. Brush's model bakery is not only doing a good business this sum mer, but is regarded by our ladies generally as an important, aid in solving the problem of what to eat. Mrs. Brusie not only makes excel lent bread, but all kinds of pies, doughnuts, cookies, etc., as well as larger and other fancy cakes to or der. The News is glad to note her increased trade, which will increase more and more ns the excellence of her cooking becomes more widely known. Luther Curtiss arrived last Satur day for a visit with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. M. H. White. Since his graduation from the Philadelphia College of Pharmacy, Mr. Cnrtiss has been filling a responsible posi tion In a leading drug establishment at Montgomery, Ala. His old friends here are all rejoiced to see him. Mr. Curtiss left that place the day be fore the single case of yellow fever was reported from Montgomery, but says that there is little danger of its spread there. The single cane re ported wiis traced to New Orleans and was Immediately isolated. Mr. W. H. Campbell wants to see a good, hard roadway circle Lake Stella and run to the railway station. He thinks it would not be an ex pensive matter to widen the present roadway and trim the overhanging tree branches so that visitors- can have one good driveway from Cres cent City. For a large part of this distance the road is over hard ground, and the expense, Mr. Camp bell says, of putting it in proper shape would not be heavy. Mr. Campbell has had some experience in road building, and it is to. his en terprise our people owe the present excellent bicycle path from the town limits to Oakwood gate. The News trusts the matter of the road sug gested by Mr. Campbell may be taken in hand by the people and that the project may be accomplished. Death of Mr. John J. Smith. The sad news of the death of Mr. John J. Smith readied here last. week. His death was due to acci dental drowning at Crescent Park in East Providence, R. I., in which city, at 250 Mauran ave., Mr. and Mrs, Smith resided. The drowning occurred on Tuesday, July 18th, and the following account of the sad affair is taken from the Providence Evening Bulletin: 'Mr. Smith in company with his wife, Robert E., John H. and Miss Edna Lanphear visited Crescent fark last evening. It was proposed to have a good time in honor oa the fact that it was Mrs. Smith's birth day. The party went down to the shore to bathe and for about a half hour a very pleasant time was en joyed. 'jars, smitli ana ner sister tirea or the snort before the others and went aBhore, John H. Lanphear later fol lowing Mr. smith ana young kod- ert Lanphear, however, stayed in the water and for some time dived from and swam about the raft, which is located just off the wharf, v oung Lanphear, for a time, lost track of his companion, and, thinking that he might have gone ashore with the others, cried out to them to find out if he had eone ashore. The answer came back that he had not. About that time in the evening there are a uumber of bathers about the raft and wharf, and. for the purpose of finding Smith, young Lanphear dived off the raft in the direction or tne wlisrt. Bv a coincidence, when he dived. he came in contact, with a body which was just below the surface of the water. He was horrified, upon raising it as best lie could, to find that it was the almost lifeless body of his brother-in-law. He shouted for help, and in an exceedingly short time, Superintendent Kirby of the bathing beach and one or two others were at his side with a boat . The bodv was quicklv hauled ashore, and Mr. Kirby and some 6f the members of the Volunteer Life-Saving Corps set to work to revive the man. Word was immediately sent to Dr. Sey mour of Riverside, and he also made quick time in responding. All efforts to restore consciousness, however, were unavailing, and after atime the work was given up ana a can was sent to Dr. Allison of East Provi dence. Upon his arrival he gave his decision as stated above. " 'The accident happened about 8 o'clock, and at a time when thous ands of people were at the park. It caused a great deal of excitement, which was further added to by the pathetic circumstance of the pres ence of the grief-stricken wife and other relatives. The fatality cast a heavy gloom over the place for a long time, and owing to the fact that the drowned man had a number of friends, who had also viewed the ac cident, the scene was rendered the more affecting. "He was well known in this city and in East Providence, where he had lived since his marriage with Miss Lanphear about two years ago. He was the eldest of eight children." Mr. and Mrs. Smith came here in the winter of two years ago and stopped with Dr. and Mrs. Sprague at Crescent Inn. They liked the place much and deelded to secure a winter home; accordingly they pur chased the residence and acreage of Miss Malissa Higgenbotham on tbe Seville road about a mile south of town. They came again last winter and spent several happy weeks in their new home, returning north in May, hopeful of coming again next winter. Mr. Smith's orange grove here is well attended and thrifty and they looked forward to its bear ing with pleasant anticipation. What changes Mr. Smith's death will make ' in his wife's plans is not known. Their lnnny friends here are saddened by the death of Mr. Smith and to his bereaved wife and fnmily extend tender sympathy. From the Factory TO Sub-School District Carries. The election for the purpose of de termining whether election precinct No. 1 should bo made a special tax school district under the school laws of Florida was held last Saturday. The voting was done at the new au ditorium, and the election was in charge of K. Borsen and II. W. Bru sie, inspectors, and K. M. White clerk. The day was threatening and rainy, so the vote was necessarily light, only 49 being poled. But the result Forty-six votes were for the dis trict. One was against it. Two were thrown out for improper mark ing. There was general rejoicing over the result. The ouo-sidedness of tho election means that the people of this section are aroused and are determined to have a good school. "In union there is strength." Let us stay united on this school matter alway. LAKE COMO. Work is being done in the V. I. A. park. They are getting it ready to plant grass seed, and work is being started on the summer house, which will have a nice cement floor. The Manchester property has changed hands once more. dins. C. Sullivan has bought the Meggitt property, and will move into it sometime in October. Mrs. (). it. Robinson visited in Huntington last week. Well, we have had some glorious rains, regular old time floods. Every one is rejoicing, the crops are just about, saved. The hikes have been raised about eight inches. Theie was preaching in the M. E. church Sunday morning hy Rev. E. J. Young. Epworth League meeting was held in the evening. 1 Mr A. P. Tie Wolf uiiellt. the fore nuif rf H,u wu.il 111 pMhtllril wllwrfl he met with the county temperance campaign committee to inaugurate tne wet ana tuy election. IN THE BASQUE COUNTRY. Che Peonllar Lmuaasiwe tad oda Cme- lustl of the People. Of the strange scenes and customs of tbe Basque country a traveler writes: "I was struck by the way the women walked and carried themselves. A fat old woman with a huge truy ou her head walked aloug at a swinging pace, shouting her wares meanwhile at the top of her voice. 1 saw a woman car rying on her head first of all a large tray of fruit (its size can be Imagined wheu I tell you that It was afterward ber stall). Ou the top of this were a basket of washing and a big umbrella to be used to cover the stall. Then In ber left hand she carried a supple mentary stall, and by the other she led a little child which could just reach tbe mother's hand by holding its own up as high as It could stretch. "I was waiting once at a little way side luu in the village of Ascain when I saw an old ludy, followed by two great fat white pigs. Tbey all three waddled over to the village pump, and then, procuring some water In a pail, the old ludy proceeded to wash her charges. She cleaned them most as siduously eyes, ears, tall, back, hind quarters and feet. There Is a dignity of carriage about all the women In this country. I fan cied It might be due to tbe fact that formerly, before the "Code Napoleou' came Into operation, the law obliged the firstborn, whether boy or girl, to Inherit tbe patrimony and continue tbe bcud of the family, the husband taking the wife's name when tbe inheritor was a woman, thus giving tbe woman a perfect equullty fromN ber blrtb. The matrons are not less beautiful than tbe" younger women. "Quite unlike any other language la that of tbe Basques. Although when bearing tbe people talk a Spanish sound seems to be occasionally emitted. It is not really at all like Spanish. I was amused to . find that 'no' la 'ess' in Basque, and when I asked what yes' was I thought at first tbe answer was na,' which would have been very curi ous, bat It turned out to be 'ha,' wtth the 'b softly pronounced." v Hair and Iielle. "Did you ever notice," asked an ob servant woman, "bow many Intellectu al people have auburn hair? At the theater the other night I don't remem ber noticing a single reddish head of hair among the hundreds of uncovered beads spread out before me. Tbey were the well coifed heads of the aver age nice woman. The next night I at tended a meeting of a very learned so ciety at which there were perhaps 200 or 800 of the brainiest thinkers and educator around town, and without turning my eyes I picked out at least t dozen auburn haired women In the few seats In front of me. Now, that was more than a coincidence. It ar gues eomethinf for the poaeesaor of a barn hair, I should think." Our Store this Week 10 doz Ladies' Aprons, fancy. white and colored, prices from 2oc to 50c. a doz Ladies' and Gents' fan cy handled Umbrellas, prices 60c to $1.75. doz Men's Pants, prices! from l. no to ;.B0. A fine lot of Trunks, Tele- scopes and Suit Cases, price 45c-to KMX). We nurchiise our iroods from the factory for cash and get all the discounts. We think that you will find our store a safe place to trade. CONE, The Shoe Man, Crescent City, Florida. The Tools He Lacked. "Why don't you go to work?" said a charitable woman to a tramp before whou she hud placed a nicely eooaeli meal. "I would," replied the vagrant, "if I had the tools." "Wbat sort of tools do you want?" asked the hostess. "A knife and fork," said the tramp. Tlt-BIts. We Eat Too Faust. "The trouble Is that we eat too fast." said the man who worries about health. "That's right," answered tbe man who worries about money. "Some of us eat so fast that our incomes can't keep up with our grocery bills." Wash ington Star. He who comes up to his own Idea of greatness must always have had a very low standard of it in his mind. Hoa-lltt. For Sale! Tiio Vurgason place ; also gentle hoi s eleven years old, phaeton, wagon, furni ture, crockery, kitchen utensils, etc. Kev. E. J. YOUNG, Lake Como, Fla. . E. W. WARREN, H. D. Crescent City, Fla., Will answer calls from Como, Pomona, Satsuma Heights, Welaka, Fruitland or other points on the Fruitland Peninsula. Ji.. I Spencer, Dentist. Ofllce at Resident on Prospe ct Street, "rescent City, - Florida, W. B. 8HOTWELL Builds Row Boats, Bepalrs boats, buggies and makes all kinds of wood work repairs at his shop In rear of his MEAT MARKET. Crescent City, Fla. . Satisfactory work guaranteed at mod est prices. Low Rates FOR Special Occasions Via SOUTHERN RAILWAY Two Trains Daily East. Leave Jacksonville 9:10 a m, 7:55 p m. $04.75 Bar Harbor, Me., niul Return. On salo daily Limit Oc tober 31, 1'JUS. $44.25 Atlantic City, X. J., and Jtetiirii. On sale daily. Limit Oc tober 81, 1905. $:i7.00 Washington, I). C.'and Kotiirn. On sale daily. Limit Oc tober 31, 1905. $5t.lO Saratoga Spring's, N. Y., and Return. Ou sale daily. Limit October 31, 1905. Two Daily West. Leave Jacksonville 7 :45 pm, 7:55 pm. $40.05 Chicago, 111., and Keturn. On sale daily. Limit Oetober 31, 1905, $20.10 Louisville, Kv., and Return Tickets on sale Julv 29, 30, limited August 10, 19il5. $1G.35 Montcagle, Tenn., and Re turn. Tlekots on saleAugnst 5, 6, 7. Limit A"giiRt 31, 1905. Extension October 31, 1905. $25 25 Hot Springs, Ark., and Re turn. On sale each Wednesday acd Saturday during months July, August and September. Limit sixty days, Fxtenelon for nluety days. . Dining Cars. Service a la Carte. Sleeping car reservations and detailed Information cheerfully furnished upon application. Paseeoger office 108 West Bay Street, Teleptione 713. J. C LUSK, Dist Pass. Agt. Jacksonville, F a. rhamhertain'e Co,ic- Cholera d inamDenain S Disrrliors Remedy. Never fails. Buy It now. U may save life. g Is Your Property For Sale? H If so, lot us get a buyer fur it. We are in a position 3 to handle Real Estate of all kinds, regardless of location. 3 Write us what you have to sell, with description' and kj price and we will do our best for you S i The Crescent City Realty Co., 1 g Cresceut City. Florida jjj Florida East Coast Railway. Local Time Card No. e tf Effect April .171535. OUTH-BOUND-RE0 DOWN. SORTS-BOUND AD UP. No. 99 No. t Dillr. Dall 00p BOTp S 16 P 63u 1 lUp 1 8p 6 UP Vt 15 Pi 11 IK. 8 36 1 10 1 mp soup 8 10 p 8 1 p 8 S3 p 01 p 9 Sop l'i 9'2 p! VI 17 pi U 65 p 1 p 1 89 p l el p a us p 10 11 a1 10 3 a 10 46 a 9 86 p 10 OOp 10 lJ p 10 89 p 11 IS p 11 9'2p 11 68 p l'i 06 a il'i 61 a 1S) 1 66 a 2 18 a J 28ft 9 2Ka 2 3Ua 8 08 a 8 27 a 4 04 a 4 82 a 4 42a 87 a B 4Sa t 6 94 a 96a Dally Ex. Bun. 46 a 8 00 a 9 4Un 9 48 a 10 6Un 11 3Hn 11 60 a 2 00p 8 00 II 3 44 pi 8 66 p 4 OOp 2 26 p 2 61 V 3 SOp 10 00 a 8 Sop 4 09 p 4 13 P 4 46 p 4 64 p 6 37 p 6 MP a 46 p 7 08 p 7 12 p 7 17 p 7 28 p 7 66 p 8 14 p 8 61 p 9 18 p 9 8p 10 91 p 10 SOp 10 42 pi 11 07 p 11 16 p 'STATIONS Lv Jack(KinTllIfl Jk. JacksonTUle- w St. Augustioe . Jiast Malaiaa. . Ar -Palatka . . Ar Ar . ..H.. Baa Mateo. .. San Mateo . ....Neoga ....... Bunnell...... .......-Duj.IL........ Ormond ............. . Pay tona ............. Port OranoB .......... New Smyrna Lake Belen .. Orange City -Orange City Junction... 12 46 p l'i 36 p 12 30 p Lt . Ar flef Smyrna- , ...Oak Bill .TltusvUle...., Ar Lr ...Santord... .. BanXurd ., Ar TItusTllle ... ... ....Cocoa. ............ Rock ledge..... .... Kau. OftlUe ............ ....-. .Melbourne .......... ..WM.MWSebaatlau ..... ................ St. Lucie ...wJrt Pierce..-..., Tlbbale--.... Jensen Stuart Uooe Sound .. West J uplter -,, ...... .West Palm Beacb.,... Boynton , ....... Sal ray..,,, .. sX Lauderdale Danla -Hallandate Lemon City . Miami 'SWiaay.-.. . HOMCSTCAO CX.TINSION Lt ,.MlamJU , Ar Lt No. 78. illr. f OOp e 62 pi 60 p 4 66 p a 84 p 10 p 00 p I 10 p I 26 p 9 20 p 1 64 p 1 16 p 1 16 o 12 94 p 12 SO p 11 68 a 11 48 11 04 10 l 'i a 10 0a 9 90 a 9 26 9 21 9 11 a 8 42 a 9 24 a T 48 a 7 90 a f 10 a 8 18 a 10 a 8 6 84 a 8 26 SI No. M Dallr. 8 60 a s 49 a t 40 a 49 a 4 98a 8 00 a 6 Mai 1 T 60 6 60 6 88 a 8 29 a 4 69 4 47 a 4 a 4 16 a 8 10 p 6 64 p 8 46 p 4 06 ft 3 99 a 8 00 a 10 00 ft 9 00 a 9 00 2 19 a a is 1 44 a 1 34 a 12 61 a 19 00m 11 6b D U 22 p II IB p 11 ISp 11 04 D 10 36 1)1 10 19 P 8 46 p Hi SOSd f 64 p 7 2V p: Dally ax. Bun. 0 00 p t 46 pi e to "t a H I s w K) o to a he. 23 No. SllNo. 19 No. 17 No. 18 .jNo. to No. tfl N. S4 Dally $yaday Bunosr Sundsy Dally MAVPOS.T BRANCH. No. 18Sunday Suada, Oall, Iitaa Paly Paly. Only. Ex Sub ,., Dally. Only. Only Eitaa 00 p 8 48 p a 00 p 9 80 a 9 00 a Lt .JaokonTllle Ar 8 80 a 1 12 00 n 8 48 p 6 16p 908p 2p 2 ob pi 0 na a; 08 o At " JaoksonTlUe Lt 8 22 all 62 a 6 81 p 6 01 p 8 40p IMp 2 40p10 10a 9 39a Pablo Beacu.. 7 60a 1120a 5 06 p t at p Jtfp 129p 9 46 Pi 10 15 a. 9 44a . Atl.nttonh ,,.. T46aiU16a 6 OOp 4 80 p t 00 p T4Bp SOOpiloaiallOOOa -.Mayport TSOalllOOa 4 46 p 16 p PENINSULAR AND OCCIDENTAL STEABSfllP CONNECTIONS AT MIAIL Close Coonecllon Made at Miami wlth'SteniBhipt'of tb P. ft 0. sTs. CenpaaFetj HAVANA AND KEY WEST., These Time Tables show thA time. atwMnh train, mn hAAYMfttMl In wtv. ataBA sinuS tram the several stations, but their arrfral or departure at tbe times elatad la not (uamntaad awr is uua uompany to be neia rosponal ble tor any delays ox any oonaequenoas auaUag t For Copy of the LOCAL TIME CARD or Other InforasatJats' - I "SEE THE TICKET AGENT." " -f J. D. RAHNBR, Ajat. Osn'l Past. Art, AT. AU0U5TIWB. PUt, ' Effective Juue ou. i,',o. ..u.. ........ w .uajui. uiuu nuu aouuestead ExiHuplon shown above will be changod ; additional trains being put Into service between Jacksonville and Mayport and the service between Miami and Homestead being reduced to one train a day each way, For correct schedule see any Agent of the F E. 0. Ey. Q. S. & F. Railway. The Best Route to i Macon, Atlanta, Columbus, Americus, Birmingham, Valdosta, Montgomery and Northern Points. Two Trains Daily Northbound. Leave Palatka, No. 2. 6:1)0 a in ; No. 10, 6:50 p in , Arrive I'alarkaoulliboiiiHi, No. 1,9:50 p in. y " " No. 9, 10:50 a m. Schedules given above are subjectjto change without notice, and the time of arrival and departure of trains is not guaranteed. TliroiiKh Pullman cars from Tifton to Atlanta, Chattimooira, Nashville, St. Louis and Chicago ail-tlie-year-round, Klegant sleeping cars between vaiuosta ana Macon. Handsome Parlor Cars in service on Trains No. 1 and 2 between Macon Valdosta hi, il Jacksonville. Information as to rates, routes, schedules, sleeping car r nervations stc. will be gladly furnished upon application to C. A. MAVLL, .Depot Ticket Agent, Palatka. P. PARKorr, Vice Pres. Chas.'B. Rhddks, Gep. Passenger Agt Macon, Ua. SOUTHERN RAILWAY, jw EFFECTIVE NOV. 6, l(rf. Two Vosilbulo Trnlu East. No 34 Lt Jacksonville. 1 Lv Jenup, l,a Lt Savannah. Oft . Ar Ooluiiibltt Ar Ctiftrluo . . Ar lirotmsbom Ar Danville So Ry So Ky S i Ky .So Ky So Ky .So Ky X Kv S 5o ft I 11 ' a ! 1 00 p j 6 3d p 9 411 p lv! 3o ft I I 1 P I 7 .Top 10 40p 11! Kn ti 01ft V ,v 1? r,ia i Ida Ricbutoud. So Rj. 6 5S a 8 Hn Ar l.ynchhurg So Ky tula 4 20p Ar Charlottesville So Hy 6 SO a 8 lop Ar Wiinlillmton So Ky 9 t.r h 9 SOp r Baltlmoro PRB II II p Ar 1'llllftJelplilu P It H 1 46 p 2 86a .rHw K.ork ....f R K 4J5 pj 6ja No. :14 "New York and Florida Exnres" Pally I'uHman Urawlai Koom Sleenlnc Car between Tore Tampa, Jncltionvllle autl New No, 80 "WaHhInirton anil Fla. LlmlU il." Dully Pullman KruwIiig lluomSleeplug Car, Jackson ville to Ni w York. Through "The Laud of tho Sky." Xo ;i0 Lv Jaoksoiivlllle, Fla Lt Savannah, Oa .... Ar Colombia, MO.... Ar Ashevlllo, NO .... Ar Hot Springs, N O . r anoxTiito, Tontl ... Ar Loulsvllla Ar st Louis , Ar Cincinnati, Ohio. .. So Ity . So Ky ,.Bo 1( . Ko Ky ..So Ky So Hy . Bo Ky ..So Ky ..i & V, 12 lfw 8 ooa 1 Mp 1 31 p 8 Hop 8 Sua 4 tap 8 15a Kn Mnn.,t0 ! .. 1 1 ... . . i,.. ... Buffnt Sleeping Our Dotweeu Jacksonville and Two Trains Daily To Washington and New York. North and W est. No. 1." Lv Jacksonville, Fla.. So Ky .... 7 4iip Lv Jinup, Oa SoKy; .. 10 3op Ar Maom, On So Kyi.'. 8 Ar Atlanta, Ua So Ky .... 8 20 Ar Rome, Ua SoBy.... 7 Sua .. .. Ar DRlton, Oa hto Ky .. 8 UWH Ar Chattftiiooga, Tenu.So Ry .... Ilia Ar Li'xliiKUm. Ky o. A c .. 5 aop Ar Cincinnati, Ohio q t 7 4np L UuclUi.ail, U...111K Fout',....i t 4Up; ArChlcaitP. Ill BlgFourj 7 loa Lv Cincinnati, O . Fa Lluesi I 8 ;ttpj Ar Chicago Pa Llue 7 10a Lvuiucluuatl uu&Hi . a 45pi ArChlcago CHAD.... 7 ltla Lv Cincinnati CHAD 8 46i Ar Toledo OHfcD ... 6 20a Ar Det roit .. . p M . 7 sia Lt Cincinnati..... .PaLlnesj . .1 8 :p, Ar Pittsburg Pa Lines .. 8 o5a! ... . . . Lv Cincinnati Big Fourl .. . 8 3001..." ArClevelaml Dig Fourl.... 8 48a! Lv Lexington So Kyi 8 sop Ar Louisville So Kyi Slop Ar St. Louts So Kyi 7 82a No IS "The Florida Limited." Dally solid vestibule train through day ooaches and Pull, man sleeping cars Jacksonville locinolnnatl. NORTHWEST. No, 13 Lt Jacksonville So Ky 7 45p I t Jisup ..so Ry 10 .top Ar Muoon .Ho Hy 8 Ooa ...... Ar Atlanta So Ky 6 l Ar Annlstou, ala ...SoKy 9 4'ia Ar Birmingham, Ala So Ry 11 4.' Ar Memphis, Tnun Frisco 8 (tep , Ar Kansas city, Mo Frisco 9 4oa Lv Memphis , ...i a 30p Ar Hot Springs, Art I 9 wa ...... No. 18 "The Florida Limited." Dally Pull, maa Pramlnrf Room Sleeping cars between JacksoiiTille, Birmingham, Memphis and Kansas Otty. ARRIVALS AT JACKSON VILLK. From New York, Wahlnctnn, etc -Xo 'Washington and Fpirlda Limited " S.-Oa a. From Chicago, Cincinnati, Ohatianga, etc No. 14 "Florida Limited ' t:fc a m F-om Kansas) Ity, Vempuis, Blnnloghuin etc No 14, "Florida Limited," 9 8i a m From t incinnaii, Ashevine' etc Xo. "Waslilneton and Florida Limited," mi a m From New York, Wa-hlngton etc No. .11, ' New York and Florida Express.'1 7 ;n p. ir. Excellent Divine Car Service. J. 0. LC8K. District Passenger Aeut, lots West Bav street, Jacksonville, Fla C. H. ACKF.BT. ii. M. W. H. TATI.OE. 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