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Groceries!
niyver worry the housewife.
Those not so fresh cause all the
worry.
Onr Specialty is
groceries,
Fresh Groceries.
We get them fresh by every
bout.
You can always have them
Fresh when you buy of us.
'Nother thing about our Fresh
Groceries -they don't cost auv
more than the other fl ow charges
for the other kind The kind not
so fresh.
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It's the CRE3T BRiND. If
you drink it once you will never
tuke auy other kllid.
Also everything else that's new
and good and fresh at
J. W. MILLER'S
Crescent City, Fla.
The advance arrivals of
Spring and Summer
Dress Materials
tri now on exhibition at
C. L. Chamberlin's.
These include Linens,
Lawns, Dimities and all
the now and pretty crea
tions for early spring
wear, and we want you
to see them, also our
pretty patterns of
White Goods, Laces,
and Ribbons.
Shoes! '
You know we alone in
Crescent City sell the
Celebrated Hamilton
Brown Shoes for Men,
Women and Children
Of course, we have
everything in the Fresh
Grocery Line. The
Freshest of Jams, Jellies
and Marmalades, and
all the special delicasies
for the table; if there is
anything special you
want for the table, we
are pretty sure to have it.
Fox River Butter is
always line
Premier Cheese, finest
made
Everything Fresh in
Vegetables
Lowney's Chocolates
C. L. CHAM BERLIN.
Goods delivered free.
En Ml
Take "
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It will cure Chills
; and Fever, Headaches,
I Colds and Biliousness. I
Try a llottle C
1 ONLY 25 GENTS.
!j For Sale at j!
Lound's Drug Store
A .. I'ltv Pla f
J Fresh Line of Garden Seed. -
Uenulne Jiermuua union oeeu.
StJortns Rlvrby Daylight.
The Beach & Millet Line,
. Susamer CRESCENT.
Leaves Jacksonville on Tuesday", Tnursday
ana Saturdays at 1:30 a. m. tor ureen um,
Paiatka, Orescent City and principal Waj
Lamtl,i
Heliii mug, leaves descent city on Wedne.
nays, p i-maya ana Monaayeat a. m.
Jacksonville wharf (ootot Laura Street.
TelepnoneWl
Pa tts trharf fool of tnion
JOHN VINCENT, D. Q. B.
Artistic Barber.
Hair Cutting In all approved styles.
Give me a call.
CRESCENT CITY.
FLORIDA
A. Q.TORREY.
Undertaker and Einbalnier.
Crescent- City Hews-
C1UMCI3NT 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 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 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. m. This trip is the
only daylight ride up the broad
and plnturesque St. Johns.
The Bteamer has pretty cabins
and offors a delightful outlook
even In stormy weather.
Cresoent City Is the center of
the orange growing industry In
middle Florida, and beautiful
groves surround the place.
Good boating, hunting and
fishing will afford amusement
for sportsmen.
Naptha launches can be se
cured cheaply for water trips.
Crescent City has good hotels
and boarding bouses at mode
rate rates.
Beautiful shaded walks and
bicycle paths.
ORESCENT CITY TEMPERATURE
WEEK ENDING, SEPTEMBER Hill,
WILLIAMS, OBSERVER.
September.
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CRESOENT CITY - FLOBjDA
Crescent City Transfer Co.,
Ueeta all trains at Ci two-lit City Junc
tion. Night trains by appointment.
8. M LABREE. Manager.
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LI33TfOSCE
For Sale by ail deaiert ,
The Law in the Case.
Two weeks ago the News made
substantially this statement:
"If Putnam county goes wet nt the
approaching; election, and this pre
cinct gives a wet majority nt snid
election, such majority would obvi
ate the necessity of anyone who
wanted to open ft saloon in Crescent
City securing a petition for such sa
loon signed by a majority of the reg
istered voters of the precinct."
Since that statement was made the
learned counsel for the liquor inter
ests in the county has denied its cor
rectness. The News has the assur
ance of able counsel that its conten
tion is correct. In an article in this
paper, Judge M. 1. Coxe takes the
same view. Below we give the law
applicable in the case:
131 1. (864) License to be granted
where majority vote for sale. if such
countv at sucli election votes in favor
of the Bale of such liquors, within
such county, then any person or per
sons in any precinct, which at said
county election voted in, favor of the
sale of such liauors. baying the proper
license tax to the proper oi'ucer in said
county shall have granted lo nun
proper license for selling such liquor in
such precinct,.
Personal and Social. $
Clirt'. A. Muull of Paiatka was
here a short liuio on Sunday.
Mai. J. L. Burton spent Monday
in Palatka on business matters.
Mr. and Mrs. V. S. Pine of Hunt
ington were in town on Saturday.
Oliver Chainberlin Is arranging to
attend the Puliitkii high sc hool the
coming year.
fr. n. C. Middleton and Miss
Edith Cook of Pomona were visitors
in town Inst Sunday.
Mrs. J. M'. Smith of Savannah ar
rived last week on a visit to her
daughter, Mrs. K. Borson.
V.. I,. Chamberlin had business
which took him to Palatka last
Tuesday.
Cant. LalSree's new piissenger
launch is being put together and will
goon be iit running order.
The Preston-Miller company is
shipping a large quantity of pails
and tubs by every outgoing steamer.
Services at the Episcopal church
will be resumed here next Sunday
morning and at Huntington in the
afternoon.
E. V. Lundberg, superintendent of
the McCormick & Hubbs' groves.
visited the county capital one day
this week.
W. M. Williams has retired from
the service of the Standard Cypress
company., He will establish an ice
factory at Welalta.
Paul C. Smith's hardware store
ha been greatly improved in ap
pearance by painting during the past
week.
Hnn. J. H. Harp visited Paiatka
Tuesday. Mr. Harp is now quite
fullv recovered from his Illness ol
two mouths ago and seems none the
wort-e for the experience.
Mrs. S S. Savn'.'o and son of Oenlft
who had been the guests of Hev. Dr.
and Mrs. I). M. Reeves for two weeks,
lpft for their home lust Monday
Mrs. Savage and Mrs. Keeves are
sisters.
Mr nod Mrs. M. H. Head, who re
turned from New York the middle of
last week, express themselves lis
II ..I. 1 I.. .TM'IHI'k. AIT. Ivfi'U
wen inri.T
atntea Hint he did not have a com
f.i.ii.lo iinv durine his abs.inee.
The hot and fold days nllemtit.d
and ther whs iifversiich alhiiigas
settled wenlh. r. II" i" onslfi t
f-ir of pijetnii'iiiiit itml had cold
most of the lime. l:.uli Mr. ami
Mrs. lle.ul Mlj.yed '" M'
trip to and from New York, but thai
was the only feature of their absence
that they did really enjoy.
Mrs. Mary L. Bradt of Jackson
ville was in town over Sunday.
Mrs. Bradt returns to Jacksonville
after spending the summer nt her
home, "The Cedars," on the Fruit
land road.
F. S. Cone, "the shoe man" will
receive the bulk of his fall purchases
next week in all lines clothing, dry
goods, notions and shoes, as well as
hundreds of handy household goods
to go on his 5 and 10 cent bargain
counters. Mr. Cone has bought a
fine line of goods and proposes to
mark them at the lowest possible
cash selling price.
Last week the News reported the
arrival of Dr.T. M. Conner, who came
to take up the practice of Dr. War
ren, who has engaged In practice at
Paiatka. The item was right. Dr.
Conner did come. But, by Friday of
the same week he had decided not to
remain. The placo lie thought too
small. He left on the 8th hist, for
Georgia.
Copt. Isaac Hall has been tempo
rarily placed in command of the
steamer Crescent and may be en
caged permanently for that responsi
ble position. Capt. Hall is well-
known -on the river as a careful and
safe commander. He has had a
long and varied experience as a pilot
and captain, having at one time been
in command of the steamer H. H.
Plant. He whs also formerly cap
tain of the McNeil.
H. E. Wakefield, former principal
of the Crescent City school, passed
through town on Monday on his way
by the overland route to Cocoa,
where lie is principal of the high
school. Mr. Wakefield's parents
will break up housekeeping at
Pomona and spend the winter with
him and he was going ahead of them
with the horse and buggy. Prof.
Wakefield was recently awarded a
state teacher's certificate by Super
intendent of Public Instruction Hol
loway, having passed the required
examination two weeks ago at
Gainesville. The state certificate ie
the highest certificate given by the
state superintendent and is good for
the life of the holder.
Mrs. S. L. Benham and daughter,
Miss Stella, are coming here to pass
the winter in their old home on Park
street. The family have been living
at Pensacola for the past year or
more where Mr. Benham with his
daughters was engaged in the milli
nery business. Sometime ago, so it
is reported, they determined on the
removal of their business to Atlanta,
Mr. Benham and Miss Mamie Lee
Benham to go there and Mrs. Ben
ham and Miss Stella to come here
for the winter. They left Pensacola
some weeks ago and may arrive at
any time, their household goods and
a large stock of merchandise being
already here. It is presumed they
irotoutof Pensacola before the out
break of yellow fever.
Capt. A. W. Brown, for the past
five years commander of the steamer
Crescent, has resigned his place to
accept the captaincy of the big gov
ernment dredge boat, St. John, at
Jacksonville, and left for his new
work on the early morning train last
Monday. Mrs. Brown will remain a
couple of weeks to wind up affairs
here, when she will also leave.
Capt. Brown was not certain wheth
er they would make their home in
Jacksonville or Mayport. Capt.
Brown has made nothing but friends
among our people and the patrons of
the Crescent during his long service,
and though all congratulate him on
securing an easier and more profita
ble position, there is general regret
at the departure of himself and Mrs.
Brown. Capt Brown is a native
Florldian and he has seen nearly 50
years service on the St. Johns river.
A private wedding ceremony was
performed in the parlor of Crescent
luu last Sunday at noon by Kev. Dr.
D. M. Reeves, pastor of the Presby
terian church. The parties to the
contract were Miss Lillie, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Mathew Davis of
Omega, and Mr. A. L. West of the
same place. Assembled in the par
lor at the time were Dr. and Mrs. G.
F. Sprague, Mrs. Capt. John D.
Pigue, Mrs. S. B. Shaw and Miss
Kathleen Sprague, all of whom con
gratulated the happy couple at the
conclusion of the ceremony. The
bride is a charmingly bright young
lady and presented a lovely appear
anco as she stood for the ceremony
gowned In pure white. Mr. West
is a young man of sterling habits
and a valued employe nt the Omega
mills of A. T. Squier. Mr. and Mrs.
West left in the afti r.i ion for Ome
ga where they immediately entered
their own home, which had boen pre
pared in advance for their recep
tion. The News, together with all
friends, are wishing for the happy
bride and groom a long life filled
with happiness
POMONA.
H. E. Wakefield started last Sun
day on his drive overland to Cocoa,
Flit., by the wv of DeLand. Mr.
and Mrs. Wakefield follow Thursday
by train, and will make their home
in Cocoa this winter.
Mies Mav Hutchinson of Crescent
City was the guest of Miss Emma
Oliiistead last week.
Miss Missouri Middleton of Jesup.
Ja , is boarding for a few weeks at
V. S. Middleton s.
Mrs. K. Jackson of l'.ilatka wag
entertained Ixst, we.-k by Mrs. S. E.
P.ek.
Mrs. X. K l'ii!ar I expected Imme
(,q,n I roui mi xiei.d.d nip Ihr.iuuh
Illinois.
Seaborn Johnson left Saturday
for a visit to relatives in
ipaxley, tta.
LAKE COMO.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Palmer of
Welaka have been visiting Mr. and
Mrs. Thos. Smith. They left for
nome jvionaay.
Mrs; J. F. Gable has been on the
sick list. She is slowly improving.
D. E. Dusenberry, proprietor of
All View House is enlarging the ve-
ranuas ana making other Improve
ments. Mrs. Chas. C. Sullivan has been
suffering with a sprained ankle.
A. E. Gable a former well-known
resident has been visiting Mr. and
Mrs. Thos. Carson at Croswell, Mich.
The wind storm of last week, shat
tered the chimney at Rev. E. J.
Young's home. The inmates thought
the house was caving In, and fled
outdoors for safety.
Epworth League meeting was held
in M. E. Church Sunday evening.
THE TOWER OF BABEL.
HUtory I.euvea No Data by Wliieh to
Estimate Ita IlelKht.
The exact date of the building of
"Nlmrod'a Folly," as the L'hiilileau.
say In alluding to the Scriptural tower
of Babel (the Armenians speak of it as
the Tower of the Confusion of Tongues),
or the height to which it penetrated
the rarefied atmosphere of the oriental
plains will perhaps never be known.
The date of the laying of the founda
tion of the famous structure Is usually
set at 2,247 years before Christ, or in
the year of the flood, 101..
The expression of the sacral historian
that Its top was to "reach unto heav
en" Is now generally set down us a
strong Hebrew phrase denoting a very
lofty tower, but not necessarily moan
ing one that would reach to the abiding
place of the Lord and his boats. Proof
that this is probable may be found In
several places In holy writ. The walls
of the cities of Canaan are described
by Moses In similar phraseology. The
spies sent out by him returned and re
ported that the cities of that country
were great and were "walled up to
heaven." SeeiDeuteronomy I, 2S; ix, 1.
There Is a Jewish legend In the Tal
mud which tells us that God did not
put a stop to the building of the tow
er until after It had reached a height
of 10,000 fathoms, which is equal to
nearly twelve English miles.
The sacred historians have not In a
single Instance left data upon which
we can base a calculation of Its exact
height and general dimensions, and It
l because of this omission that the
Imaginative orientals and other an
cient writers have given such fabulous
and extravagant traditions concerning
It. Even St. Jerome alleges from the
testimony of eyewitnesses who claim
to have seen and examined the ruins
of the skyscraplng shaft that in his
day (born 345 A. D.) It was over four
miles high. While considering these
untenable notions It may not be out of
place to mention that other fanciful
writers make Its height range all the
way from a single furlong to 5,000
miles In height. See Lawson's Bible
Cyclopedia, volume 1, page 259.
POINTED PARAGRAPHS.
Cheap rings always look particularly
cheap on toll worn hands.
An old quarrel Is like an old wound
liable to break out at any time.
There is this difference: Lovers make
up a quarrel because they enjoy it nnd
married people because they have to.
If you are satisfied with yourself
you are conceited, and if you are not
satisfied you are ungrateful. What is
a man to be?
It )s strange how a man's duty ap
pears so plain to you nnd how he looks
right at it and has such poor eyesight
he can't see it
How well dressed, neat people are
admired! Do you pay as much atten
tion to your personal appearance as
you should? Care in this particular
pays good dividends.- Atchison Globe.
From the Factory
TO
Our Store this Veek
10 doz Ladies' Aprons, fancy,
white and colored, prices-from
25c to 50c,
fl dnz Ladies' and Gents' fan-I
1 cy handled Umbrellas, prices
50c to $1.75.
6 doz Men's Pants, prices
irom $i.uo to p.oti.
A fine lot of Trunks, Telel
scopes and Suit Cases, price
, 45c to tO.OO.
We purchase our goods from
the factory for cash and get nil
the discounts. 1
We think that: you will find
1 our store a safe place to trade.
COME,
The Shoe Man, '
Crescent City, Florida.
I. Spencer,
Dentist.
Otlice at Residence on l'roancct Street.
Crescent City, - - Florida.
W. E. SHOTWELL
Builds Row Boats,
Repairs boats, buggies and uinkes 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.
rimmU.lfltn'. Colic, Cholera and
Chamberlain. S iwiioea Remedy.
Never fails. Buy it now. II may save life.
Senaiekncua.
A French naval surgeon, Dr. Le
grand, says that of all the means of re
lieving seasickness only one Is really
effective. "It is to maintain the abdo
men absolutely rigid from the moment
of setting foot on the vessel, 'lo do
this a belt of ordinary tightness is In
sufficient. The nbdomen must be band
aged with a layer of wadding and
wide bands of flannel in a word, ab
solute compression must be attained,
care being taken to do the bandaging
from below upward toward the chest."
Dr. Lcgraud adds, "The important
tiling is not to no afraid to make the
bands too tight; otherwise the complete
suppression of the symptoms cannot be
obtained."
Diplomatic.
A British nobleman who was sued
for breach of promise declared to the
jury that It was Impossible, for him to
contradict a lady and that therefore
he would not deny that he had made
the promise, but be Insisted thnt the
lady had exaggerated the value of his
affections and thnt that value was a
fair question for a jury. The lady re
covered 1 per cent or so of her original
claim, and the mulcted nobleman de
clared that the cross examination of
her by his counsel was amply worth
the money.
Puzzled.
"Ah, your language! Eet ces so diffi
cult." "What's the matter, count?"
"First zls novel eet say ze man was
unhorsed."
"Yes?"
"Zen eet says he was cowed." Pitts
burg Tost.
llDver flaBf a EliBEionl
SATISFIED CUSTOMERS
Do you think such an enormous business could be built up and
continually increased, if our goods did not have exceptional value and merit?
Do you think we could hold the trade of half a million people, if our
reputation for doing exactly what we say wasn't firmly established?
Do you think U. S. Senators, Foreign Ambassadors, Bankers, Business
and Professional men in every section of this country would keep on using
HAYNER WHISKEY if it wasn't all right?
Do you think doctors would recommend it and hospitals use it, if it
wasn't absolutely pure and unadulterated?
Just think these things over carefully and then send us a trial order.
Your money back if you are not satisfied.
United Statei Senate, Washington, D. C.
'I have found Hayoer Whiskey exceptionally fine for table and medicinal purposes."
Wnt. AT. Stewart.
V. S. Senator from Nevada.
FULL $
QUARTS
i.20 EXPRESS
PREPAID
flIIR OFFER We will send yon In plain sealed case, with no
UUII JI I a. SI mkt ,0 ,how contents, FOUR FULL OUART
BOTTLES OP HAYNER PRIVATE STOCK RYE FOR 13.20, and we
will pay the express charges. Take it home and sample It, have your doctor
test It every bottle if you wish. Then if yon don't And it Jnst as we say
and perfectly satisfactory, ship It back to us AT OUK EXPlSNht ana your
$3.20 will be promptly refunded. How could any offer be fairer ? You
don't risk a cent.
Orderi for Aril., CaL.Col., Idaho. Mont., Nov.. N. Mex., Ore.. Utah. Wash.,
or Wyo must be on the basis of limrtn for I. by Exprciu l'rc
pald or 0 (uai'ta for 15.SO, by Freight prepaid.
Write our nearest office and do It NOW.
THE HAYNER DISTILLING COMPANY
Atlanta, Ga. Dayton, O. SI Louis, Mo .St. Paul.Mlnn.
103 DlSTILLIBY, TBOT, 0. ESTABLISHED 1S6D,
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Is Your Property For Sale ?
If so, let us get a buyer for it. We are in a posit ion
to hauillo Renl Estate of all kinds, regardless of location.
3 Write ns what you hrvvo t sell, with dc-criiition and
d iri 't and wo will d our h 'st fory i.i '
;j The Crescent City Realty Co., jj
)fl CiTsctnt City, I'La-itu M
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Local Tin
iast Coast Railway.
: No. 62. In Effect April 17; 1905.
SOUTH-BOUWS-a".-
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11 68 a
11 48 a
11 oi a
10 12 a
10 05 a
9 30 n
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8 42 It
8 24 a!
7 48 a
7 20 a
7 10 a
6 18 a
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6 68 n
5 34 a
5 25 a
3 00 a
2 19 a
2 10 a
1 4 m
1 34 a
12 Ma
12 OOta
11 65 p
11 22 p
11 1H 1,
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10 30 J
10 19 1
9 45 p
9 18 p
V 08 p
8 15 n:
8 06 p
7 64 p
7 29 p
T 20 p
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No. 23 No. 2t;No, I9No. I7;No.15 J No. 20 No. 22 No. 24
Dally Sunday Sunday Sunday. Dally HAYfOBT BRANCH. No. 13 sunday Sunday Dally
EnSun only Only. Only. Ex Sun Daily. Only. Oniy Ex Sun
0 00 p 6 45 p 2 00 pj 9 30 a! 9 00 a Ly .... Jacksonville Ar 8 SO it 12 00 n S 45 p 5 111 p
H08p OOip 2 08 pj 9 38ai 9 08a Ar 8o. Jacksonville.-... Lv 8 22all62n 5 37 p 6 07 p
40p 724p 2 40p 10 10a 9 9 a ' , ,, phl p.h 7 60all20u 5 06 p 4 35 p
45p 729p 2 45 p 10 15ai 9 44a Atlan tip Beach . " 745nlll5a 5 00 p 4 30 p
7 00p 7 4.1 p' 3 00 p lu 30a 10 OOal Mavport. " 7S0all00a 4 45 p 4 16 p
PENINSULAR AND OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS AT MIAMI
Close Connection Made at Miami witb Steamships of the P. & 0. S. S. Company For
HAVANA AND KEY WEST.
Thoso Tim Tables show the times at which trains may beeipwitod to arrive atand depart
from tlie soveral etutlons, bnt their arrival or departure at the times etntcd Is not guaranteed
nor Is this Company to ha held responsible lor any dolays or any consequences arising Uierolrom
For Copy of the LOCAL TIME CARD or Other Information
"SEE THE TICKET AGENT."
J. D. SJAHNER. Asst. Oen'I Pas. Ast.. ST. AUOUSTINB. FLA.;
ECfnotlve June 3d. 19(15, schedule flgurps for Mayport Branch and Homestead
Extension shown above will be changed ; additional trains being put Into service
between Jacksonville and Mnyport and tlin service between Miami and Homestead
being reduced to one train a day each way, For correct schedule see any Agent
of the P. E. C. lty.
Q. S. & F. Railway.
The Best Route to
Macon, Atlanta, Columbus,
Americus, Birmingham, Valdosta,
Montgomery and Northern Points.
Two Trains Daily Northbound.
I.Hiive Paiatka, No. 2, fi:(K) a in ; No. 10, r:.'j() p m ,
Arrive Palttt.ka, Southbound, No. 1, !):"() p in.
" " No.' i), lll:5o n in.
.Selii'dulos lm'i'ii nbovo are Kiibii'i'Klo vliunirn without notice, and the
time of arrival mid drpnrlure of trains is not intrantem.
Throinrli Pullman ears from Tiftou to Atlanta, Chattaiiooira, Nashville.
St. Louis and Chicago iill-tlio-ycui'-round, Klegant slerx)iii(r cars betwoen
Valclosui and M aeon.
Handsome Parlor Cars in service on Trains No. 1 and '2 between Macon
Valdosta ai.d Jacksonville.
Information as to rates, routes, schedules, sleepinir car reservations
etc. will be gladly furnished upon application to
O. A. MA ILL, .Depot Ticket Agent, Paiatka.
S. F. Pakrott, Vice Pres. (.'h as. li. Riionns, Gen. Passenger Agt
Macon, (a.
SOUTHERXU RAILWAY, NS-
EFFECTIVE NOV. 6, 1904.
Twu Vestibule Trains East. No ;i4 No 30
Lv Jacksonville. l''la
Lv Jesup, tia
Lv Mavauuiih, Ga . . . .
Ar Coliunblii
Ar Oliaiiultfi-
Ar tireeiiHbiim
Ar Danville
. Si. lly
. Si. Uy
. So lty
..So lty
.So lly
. .Bo lty
So ltv
t.'i a
25 a
Oil p
;'il p
411 p
3". a
45 p
Hiclimuuii.
' Ky 0 5-t a
Ar l.ynchlmrK
Ar cuarloiU'Hviiie
Ar WimlilnKton . .
Ar lialtlinore
Ar rhllHUelphla ...
Ar New York
. So lty I
. .So lly
..So lty
f K HI
.P H 11
l4 il
5 50 a
9 15 u
II 31 A
1 45 p
. H B 4 15 p
4 2 ip
(I li.p
9 Sup
U L'flp
2 3.'
0 30a
No. S4 "New York anil Florlla Express"
Dallv Pullman Ilrawliur Koont Slvopmi? Car
tvlwet.n l'ort Tampa, Juckionvlllo anil New
York.
No. 30 "Washington and Fla. Limited." Dally
Pullman lrawliig-ltixm Sleeping Car, Jackson
ville to New York.
Lv Clut'llllillti, 0...1.1C Knur ....i s 40p!
Ardilengn, 111 Hlg Four; 7 10a!
Lv Cincinnati, o . Pu Llmwi I 8 35pl
Ar Chli-ago pa Lines) . . ) 7 uiaj
Lv Cincinnati ... ..CUltli ..18 4-p T
ArChloago V H A 7 akv
Lv i-liicinnatt C 11 Dl.... tip;
ArToleilo CUfcD .... 6 -J0a
Ar Detroit. .. l'M . 7 Jsai
I.v Cincinnati.... PaLlnea . .1 H nop; ......
Ar Pittsburg Pit Lineal ... li Ma!
Through "The Laud of the Sky." No SO
Lv JacksnhvUlle, Fla So lty 7 .Vp
Lv Savannah, a Ho Ky 'i ira
Ar Columbia, SO So lty 6 0.'a
Ar Ashevllln. NO . . o lly I rip
Ar Hot Springs. N O So lty 2 3i.
Ar Klioxvllle, Teim So lty 6 0p
Ar Loulavllto , So lty 8 5. a
Ar St Louis So Hv 4 ftlip
Ar Cincinnati, Ohio Q A- C 8 If
No. 30 Dully Pullman Drawing Kwm anil
Buffet Sleeping Car between Jacksonville and
St. Louis.
Two Trains Daily .
To Washington and
New York.
North auil est .
I No. 13
l.v Jiicksonvillo, Fla. . .So lty:...
Lv Jesup, (la
Ar .Macon, Oil
Ar Atlanta, tin
Ar ltume, Oa . .
Ar Daltnu, tta.
Aruliattauooga, Teun.Ko lty
Ar Lexington. Ky g ,v i
Ar Cincinnati, Ohio g ,v .
. So lty
So lty;...
So liyj....
o uy
..so Ky
7 4op
10 30p
3 (Ml
8 aoa
7 Sllivl
8 am
!) 4-ia!
0 ion
7 4up
Lv Cincinnati ...
r Cleveland
.Big Four'; .
Pig Four:..
u SOpI ,
6 46a' .
Lv Lexington...
Ar LoulHvllle....
Ar St. Louis
...So lty,.
.. So lly;.
...So ltyl
6 3op
8 Kip1
J S'2a
No 13 "The Florida Limited." Dally solid
vestibule train through duy eoachea ami Pull
man sleeping cars Jacksonville to Cincinnati.
NOKTHWEST. No. lsj
Lv Jacksonville So lty i 7 45p
l.v Jesup So Hyi 10 sup
Ar Mii.mii So liyj .1 noa
Ar Atlanta.... HoRyl r, sua
Ar Annlston, a I So Ry II 4Ha
Ar Dtrmlnglmiu, Ala. ......so By; 11 4.".a
Ar Memphis, Ten n Frisco 8 0"p
Ar Kansas City, Mo Krlsco 8 4ua
Lv Memphis.
Ar Hot Snrlnga, Ark.
8 .lpi
30a I
No. 13-"The Florida Limited." Dally Pull
man Drawing Kom Kleeplng ears between
Jacksonville, Birmingham, Memphis and
Kani-as City.
AHU1VALS AT JACKSONVILLE,
From Now Yorl;, Wahlngt .n. etc. -No. 21. -'Washing! m and Florid Limited," 9:00 a. m.
From tittle igo, tl nc!n:t:ul, cluuoinoopit, olc m. 11, "Hoi-Ida 1.1ml lisl" 9-.r a m
F on Kansas City, Men. phis, Ulriiili.gliMf . tc -- No 14, "I'lorlca I itnheil." I.'', a u.
I'n.til '-In 'Hum 1. AshevCe' .t S. s "W.ts l-iul." a .! n.oi.'.a I li.il d,' ti :' il a, ui
Fr.. it N. w Vork, Wii liln.n etc v.,. Ki-,v Y.r'.i hii.I li .il !.t K ;-.!." . p.
J. O. MJiK. KUtrior. Va--iir Ai
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3. Ii. UAEDWICK. P. T. il.
1US Wo.! H.tY S fi IV. ,r.ti l;,:,)uvii,. Ki ,
W. H. T A V l . 1'. A.
BUOOKSMUKUAN, A. G P. 4

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