tj . . . .
never worry the housewife. '
Those not bo fresh cause all the
Our Specialty is
- We get them fresh by every
"Jotf can always have them
Fresh when you buy of us.
'Nother thing about our Fresh
Groeerlesthey don't cost any
more than the other fel ow charges
for the other kind The Mud not
It's the CRE3T BRND. K
you drink it once you will never
take any other kthd.
Also everything else that's new
and good and fresh at
1 J. W. MILLER'S
a" crescent City, Fla.
1 TIib advance arrivals of
Spring and Summer
are now on exhibition at
C. L. Chamberlin's.
These include Linens,
Lawns, Dimities and all.
- the new and pretty crea
tions for early spring
wear, and we want you
to see them, also our
pretty patterns of
White Goods, Laces,
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 Itiver Butter is
Tremier Cheese, finest
Everything Frenh in
Vegetables r .
C. L. CHAM BERLIN. i
Goods delivered free.
2 ,. Take J
It will cure Chills
and Fever, Headaches,
Colds and Biliousness.
Try a Bottle
ONLY 25 GENTS.
For Sale at ,
Lound's Drug Store
T ina nt Harden Seed. 5
J Genuine Bermuda Onion Seed, t
Crescent City Hews
StJorins Rlvrby Daylight-
The Beach & Miller line,
Steamer ORESCENT. ,
Leaves Jacksonville on Tuesdays, Thursdays
ana Saturdays at 8:80 a. m- 'or Green Cove,
ramtta, crescent u o ...... "
ItmiuiuKS ... .
Kelurnlng, leaves Crescent city on Weanee-
asy, priasys ana atonaaysnfc i .
Jacksonville wbarl footot Laura Street.
i" alka wharf foot of Lemon atre
JOHN VINCENT, D. Q". B.
Htlr Cutting In all approved styles.
Give me a call.
CR? EKT CITY.
A. B. TORREY.
I'ndertaker and Embalmer,
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 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
groves surround the place.
Good boating, hunting and
fishing will afford amusement
Naptba launches can be se
cured cheaply for' water trips.
Crescent City has good hotels
and boarding Iioubps at mode
Beautiful shaded walks and
CRESCENT CITY TEMPERATURE
WEEK ENDING, OCTOBER (Mil,
September. 7 A. M. 2 r. M. 9 p. H
1. Sunday. ...
3. Tuesday.. ..
191)6. E. D.
for - for.
, 24 ha. 24hs
"8 80 7 7J4 8ti H'A
78 &X 11 87 74tf
78 8V4 77 K,X 76
75 II II HI 71
76 80 74 82 72
7:t Kl 7-IX $ 73
73 81 74 81 72
Full line of Caskets and Coffins.
ORESCENT CITY FLORJ.DA
Crescent City Transfer Co.,
Meets all trains at Oiesci at City Junc
tion. Night trains by appointment.
8. K. LABREE, Manager.
For Sale by ail dealer
Personal and Social, i
The hour for evening service at the
PrushvteiiHii church lias been
changed from 7:30 to 7 o'clock.
R. B. Bethel Is auain nuite well
and attending to business. For a
trine Mr. Bethel's condition was con
Tne steamer Crescent after under
going repairs and official examina
tion at the hands of the local govern
ment Inspectors Is again on its regu
lar run. -
Frank G mi tier's new home on
Prospect street is nearly ready for
occupancy. The house is being
painted by Messrs. J. U. Torrey and
Cant. R. C. Ivory returned last
Saturuay and is again at his "pretty
home on Market street. Mrs. ivory
and Mrs. Lynch expeet to arrive
about the first of November. All
are glnd to see Cant. Ivory buck.
Some 18 or 20 lions and pigs were
linooiinded bv the marshal last Kri-
1 - -v
day afternoon. They were caught in
the town limits. Crescent City will
allow the nrivlleires of the streets to
oows but it draws I ho line at hogs,
and it is a taut line, loo.
Mr. and Mrs. David Dawes return
ed from New York last Friday eve
ning and are again at their pleasant
home In the northern part of town.
Mr Dawes has been greatly bene
fitted bv his summer's outing and
all who have seen him since his re
turn say they never saw him looking
so tleshy and well.-
The Village Improvement Associa
tion is DreDai'ine to enlarge the hall
by an addition to the rear and as
soon as Mr. Eaton finishes his pres
ent work he is expected to take tnls
in hand. The new addition will be
as larere as one of the present side
wings to the hall, thus giving con-
liderable extra room.
fPL K.,f .wit iniav rv..l art rlaftth
of Elmer E. Smitll was received
here last week." After a long illness
he died at the home of his sister,
Mrs. Piersou, at LouiBville, Ky., and
his mother was with him to the last.
Mr. Smith was formerly a popular
citizen of -this place, ana was a
brother of Paul C. Smith, of this
place and Mrs. C. J. McGrady of St.
Augustine. . - -
Louuds "drug store Is making a
medicine for chills and fever wiiich
has had a good sale during the past
season and which lias been very suc
cessful as a cure. Mr. Lounds states
that the medicine is equally effec
tive as a cure for colds, billiousness,
headache, malaria and even grip.
The inedioine is known ns No. 44,
and is advertised on this page of the
Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Norris, who
have been spending the Rummer at
their old home In Wellsville, Ohio,
with their daughters, expect to re
turn in a very short time and reopen
their pretty cottage at the corner of
Summit st. and Florid avenue, wr
Norris writes that lie bus not been
well for tho last month, but is im
nrovinsr slowly, and will start for
Florida just us soon as ne leeis nuie
to stand the trip.
Rev. Frederick Pasco, pesiding
plrter of the East Florida district of
theM. E. church south, was uere.last
Strdav and Sunday and was the
guest of Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Johnson
of Grovesdale. Mr. Pasco preached
t lro-e e inspirations In the troves-
dale church on Sunday morning and
evening. At the quarterly confer
on on Saturday it was decided lo
petition the presiding bishop to
make one charge oi virscem wij
and Grovesdale. the I'hui 10
ultimately build church of this
denomination In Cresceut City.
Mr. Faris of Virginia, who has pur
chased the home of Rev. D. Spencer
at Silver Pond, It Is understood is a
photographer and will open a photo
graph gallery here this winter.
Miss Mabel Braddock was brought
back from the hospital at St. Augus
tine last Friday evening and is again
at her father's home in Denver. Her
condition is said to be serious,
though early in the present week she
had rallied some.
Some 15 or 16 children come in to
school each morning from the Den
ver neighborhood in a comfortable
two horse conveyance provided by
Mr. Jos. J. McGrady. TheBe child
ren constitute a merry party and all
seem highly pleased with the ar
rangements. C. L. Cliamberlin has some pleas
ant furnished apartments for light
house keeping over his store. Par
ties from the north who contemplate
spending the winter here should not
overlook the advantages ( of these
centrally located and pleasant rooms.
Eaton Cliff has returned to his
home in Providence, R. I. Mr. Cliff
did noi sell his place while here, but
left word that he and Mrs. Clilf
would return in a short time and oc
cupy the house for the winter. Since
visiting Crescent City" last winter
the stork has called at their home,
so that when they return there will
be a little Cliff.
Capt. Thos. P Haddock of Savan
nah spent a few days here this week
the guest of his sister, Mrs. J. C.
Urimsley. Capt. Haddock who is
Interested with Mr. Grimsley in or
ange grove properties on the east
side of lake Crescent, is a conductor
on the Southern R'y running be
tween Jacksonville and Savannah.
Building operations are pushing at
the Longs Station turpentine camp
and many a Crescent City workman
is finding profitable employment
there. The new company is putting
up many buildings and getting in
shape to 'do an extensive business.
The lands of the company extend to
Lake George and covers many thous
ands of acres of turpentine trees.
Mrs. J. W. Miller and the children
returned from a three month's so
journ in the mountain districts, of
North Carolina last Friday, and are
all now quite well, though for some
time during their absence both the
children were ill. Capt. Miller has
not made much improvement, but
he is now under the care of a special
ists at Asheville and has great hopes
of securing benefit.
Mrs. David L. Hurst, nee Miss
Willie Buchanan, an always'popular
young lady in Crescent City, is again
with us and will be the guest for the
winter of her sister, Mrs. Jas. Pad
gett, jr. Mrs. Hurst was married
last winter, aiid her husband died
suddenly within three months after
their marriage while living in Atlan
ta. Her many admiring friends
in Crescent City are delighted to
have Mrs. Hurst with us again
Chas. Curtis has been engaged dur
ing the past week in laying pipe in
the streets for the municipal gas
plant. Mr. Curtis says he will have
all the pipe laid in about 10 days, and
then there will be the street lamps
to place then turn on the flame and
Crescent City 111 be in a blaze of
glory these dark nights and you
won't have to be so particular where
you step. .
Among the young groves about
Crescent City none present a more
thrifty appearance than does that of
Mr. B. F. Tillinghart of Davenport,
Iowa, which lies a mile south of
town on the Seville road. This grove
was badly Injured by the froBt of last
winter and many of the smaller
branches of the trees were killed.
These dead branches were not gen
erally disturbed. During the sum
mer the trees have made a vigorous
growth, and those in the south end,
particularly, ought to be heavy bear
ers the coming year.
William C. Norton has received
word from Rev. L. S. Chafer that
the Southfleld Bible conference will
open hereon February 16th. At .a
later day the News hopes to give the
names of speakers who will figure on
the program. It this bible confer
ence is to become a permanent thing
something ought to be done to arouse
greater interest abroad and provide
accommodations for those who will
come. As conducted for the past
two years they have been little more
than local affairs with indifferent
interest at home. .
The new blackboards for the school
arrived last week and were pdt in
place by Mr. Eaton last Saturday.
These boards run the full length of
the school roomson one side and al
so across one end, giving ample
blackboard space. The school is re
ceiving fresh additions very day and
now numbers nearly 90 pupils. The
children and parents all seemed
pleased with the Rchool and .there
seems to be no reason why the en
suing year should not be one of great
progress with the pupils. -
Rev. Lamar C. Stewart, pastor of
the Fruitland circuit M. E. church,
south, is now in Atlanta undergoing
treatment at Dr. Calhoun's sanita
riiun for his hearing. At last report
he had submitted to one operation
with some benefit, but would have
to undergo other operations. Dur
ing his absence the work of the clr
r-uit Is being taken care or by Kev
J. P. Besant of Satsuma Heigh to,
whose visits and sermons are greatly
enjoyed by all privileged to know
and bear biin. -
School commenced Monday morn
ing, Miss Manier having returned
Saturday much improved in health.
W. H. Cook is building a large
packing house to be in readiness to
handle his. crop of oranges which
will be largest for many years.
The horse belonging to W. E.
TTnKHo whn la In XTaur 1-1 i 1 1 1 n o !i ) w.
and which he recently left in care of
171. T. Inmoa mol. nlt-h fin unniHanf
Saturday while attempting to jump
c. n icriivc, ro vi I uimq 111 null nniinjj
to be killed.
Master Talmage Middleton from
Hortense, Ga., will spend the winter
with Mr. and Mrs. Rayburn.
The V. I. A. ladies are making
preparations for a Hallowe'en party
to take place in the hall on Hallow
e'en night, October 81st. The frolic
ror a part ot the evening will be an
affair of maBks and appropriate cos
tumes lor Haiiowe en, and tne com
mittee in charge will, from all ac
counts, give a very pleasant time.
Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Rayburn of
Lulaton, Ga., are pleasantly located
in the new cottage belonging to W.
Miss Margaret Bradt of Hunting-
to has been the guest of Mrs. O. S.
If you want to get your money's worth
and see a good COLD knock-out, use
Peek's Fine Tar Syrup. tf
Do You Want to Earn $100
In the next thirty days? If so drop us
a card for particulars. The fastest sel
ling U bles and subscription books on
the market. "Sermons by the Devil,"
the new war book 'Kusala ard Japan,"
and many others. Our agents are coin
ing mouoy. We pay big commission
and glva credit.
The Ellis-Martin Co.,
Dept. Y. Jackson, Tenn.
COLIC. CHOLERA AND
A few doses of this remedy will
Invariably cure an ordinary at
tack of diarrhea.
It has been used in nine epi
demics of dysentery with perfect
It can always be depended
upon, even in the more severe
attacks of cramp colio and chol
era morbus .
It is equally successful for
summer diarrhea and cholera
infantum in children, and is the
means of saving the lives of many
children each year.
When reduced with water and
sweetened it is pleasant to take.
Every man of a family should
keeptbiB remedy in his home.
Buy ihww. It may save life.
Price, 25c. Large Size, 60o.
NOTICE la hereby given that I will sell by
order of County Judge' Court tor cnah at
public outcry, before the Court Houas door la
Falatka, Putnam County, Florida, on Monday,
November 6th, A. D. 1!M)6, during tbe uauai
hours of sale, the same being the tlrBt Monday
In Bald month, the following describe 1 land
belonging to the estate of A. D. Tncker, late of
Putnam Uouuty, Florida, deceased, to pay the
debts of Bald deceased, lylntr and being In
Futnam County, Florida, to-wlt:
From Northwest corner of Soctlon eleven,
South 1.6:ichalns to Hie beginning corner, nt
rlitlit-of-wavof Q. S. .- F. R. K.: thence South
9.84 chains; thence North S3 deg. W East,
1B.68 cnalns; tlienee Norm iu.t cnains to rignt-of-wny
ot (i. S. & F. R. K.; thence South Si deg.
West with right-of-way with O. 8. k V. K. R.,
iy.08 cbalns to the bogluulngcornor, contain
ing twenty f20) acres In the Northwest one
quarter (H) of Section eleven, Towosn!p H,
soutn oi Mange z, fenst.
Also the West hair of the Northeast Quarter
of the Northeast quarter ot Section eleven,
Township nine soutn, ttange iwentyour,
E ist containing twenty acres, more or-, less.
and the narrow strip In Section two () lying
between the above aeeoriuea twenty acres auu
the right-of-way of the a. 8. & F. R. R.
Also lot 5 In Block Mi in town Plot of Flora
home, Putnam County, Florida. -
H. . RECTOR,
Execntor of the last will and testament of A. D.
This October 6tii, 1W05. 10-8-lw
a new stock of
D Fall and Yinter l
) Goods. )
C We have bought early bo S
) that you can make up what
S you need iu winter clothings
before cold weather.
1,000 yds Amoekeag Ging-S
hams, the best, 7c per yd. (
) 1,000 yds beautiful Flan-S
f nelets, assorted colors, 7c to C
f ioc per yd. 1
p White, Red, Blue, Grey
all-wool Flannels from 20c to
35c per yard. I
? Canton Flannels from 7c S
C 12Jc per yard. f
Clothing for men and boys.
j We are up with the times.
) The Shoe Man, )
p Crescent City, Florida.
Otllce at Residence on Prospect Street.
Crescent City, - - Florida.
W. B. SHOTWELL
Builds Row Boats,
Repairs boats, buggies and makes all
kinds ot wood work repairs at his shop
In rear of his MEAT MARKET,
Crescent City, Fla.
Satisfactory work guaranteed at mod
From Jacksonville, Fla, via. Atlan
tic Coast Line Ry.
$37.00 Washington, D. C, and re
turn, on sale daily to Sept. 30, limit
ed to Oct. 81, 1905.
$22.90 Washington, 1). C, and re
turn, on sale Oct. 8 and 9, limited
Oct. 15, 1905: can be extended to 25th
on payment 50 cents.
$25.25 Hot Springs, Ark., and re
turn, on sale Oct. 3 and 17, limited
Nov. 30, 1905.
$46.05 Chicngo, 111., and return! on
sale Oct. 23 and 24, limited to Nov.
5, 1905. .
$10.85 Atlanta, Ga., and return, on
sale Oct. 9 and 19, limited to Out. 23,
Corresponding low rates from other
points in state.
See Atlantic Coast Lino Agents or
write for Pullman reservations and
full information to
FRANK C. BOYLSTON,
Dist. Passenger Agent,
Notice of application for Tax Deed un
- der section 8 of chapter 4888, Laws of
Notice is hereby given that J. J.
Strickland, purchaser of tax certificate
No. 110, dated the 2d day of June, A. D.
1902, has filed said certificate in my of
fice, and has made application for tax
deed to issue in. accordance with law.
Said certificate embraces the following
described property situated in Putnam
county, Florida, to-wit :
N?i of ej of 8wJ of nwj, section 32,
township 10, rtmge 2415 aores
The said land being assessed at the
date of the issuance of suoh certificate
In the name of Kobt. Long. Unless
said certificate shall be redeemed accord
ing to law, tax deed will Issue thereon
on the 2lst day of October, A. D.. 19U5.
W itnees my official signature and seal
this the 14th day of Sept., A. D. W.
seal JOSEPH PBICK,
Clk. Circuit Court Putnam Co.. Florida.
Over Naif a ilSion
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, it 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 States Senate, Washington, D. C.
"I have found Hayner Whiskey exceptionally nne for table and medicinal purposes."
Wm. Af. Stemari.
OI 8. Senator from Nevada.
FULL $fh20 EXPRESS
nilR flFPrn We will send yon In a plain sealed case, with no
UUI1 Wrrbn mark, ,0 BhDw contents, FOUR FULL CHART
BOTTLES OF HAYNER PRIVATE STOCK RYE FOR 13.20, and we
will pay the expreia chargea. Take It home and sample it. have your doctor
teat It every bottle if you wish. Then It you don't nna it jast a we say
and perfectly satisfactory, ship It back to nt AT OUR EXPENSE and your
13.20 will be promptly refunded. How could any offer be fairer ? Yoc
don't risk a cent. ' -
Orders for Aril., Cat . Col.. Idaho, Mont., Nev., N. Mex., Ore.. Utah, Wash.,
or Wyo., must be on the basts of 4 quarto for 4.0O by fcxpress I're
patd or 0 Quarts for 15., by 'reiflit Prepaid.
Write our nearest office and do it NOW.
THE HAYNER DISTILLING COMPANY
Atlanta, Ga. Oayton, O. SU Louis, Mo .St. Paul.MInn,
HO " DlSTILLIST. TKOT, 9. ISTABLISHin ISM.
(!' MUVATE STOLh j
Is Your-Property For Sale?
If so, let us get a 'buyer for it. We are in a position
3 to hnndle Real Estate of all kinds, regardless of location.
Write us what you nave to sell, with description and
2 price and we will do our liest for you ;
1 The Crescent City Realty Co.,
jj Crescent City, Florida
Florida East Coast Railway.
Local Time Card No .62. Corrected to Sept. 7, 1995.
NORTH-BOUND READ UP.
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PENINSULAR AND OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS AT MIAMI.
Close Connection Made at Miami with Steamships of the P. & 0. S. S. Company For
HAVANA AND KEY WEST.
These Time Tables show tho limes at which trains may be expected to arrive at and depart
from the several stations, but their arrival or departure, nt tho times stated Is nt guaranteed
nor Is this Company to be held responsible f..r any delays or any eouseu, nonces arising therefrom
For Copy of the LOCAL TIME CARD or Other Information
"SEE THE TICKET AGENT."
J. D. RAHNER. Asst. Oen'l Pass. Agt., ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA.
EfTeotlve June 3d. 1905. schcdnlo llguros for Mayport Branch and Homostcad
Extension shown above will be changed ; 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
ol tho P. E. 0. By. 1
Q. S. & F. Railway.
The Best Route to
Macon, Atlanta, Columbus,
Americus, Birmingham, Valdosta,
Montgomery and Northern Points.
Two Trains Daily Northbound.
Leave Palatka, No. 2. C:00 a in; No. 10, 5:50 p ni.
Arrive Palatka, Southbound, No. 1,9:50 p in.
" " " No. 9, 10:50 a ni.
Schedules civen above are subject to chanire without notice, and the
time of arrival and departure of trains is not guaranteed.
Through Pullman cars from Tiftou to Atlanta, Chattanooga, Nashville,
St. Louis and Chicago all-the-year-rotind, Elegant sleeping cars between
Valuosta and Macon.
Handsome Parlor Cars in service on Trains No. 1 and 2 between Macon
Valdosta ai.d Jacksonville.
Information as to rates, routes, schedules, sleeping: car reservations
etc. will be gladly furnished upon application to ,
C. A. MAULL, .Depot Ticket Agent, Palatka.
8. F. Parrott, Vice Pres. Chas. Ii. Rhodes, Gen. Passenger Agt
1 Macon, Ga.
' EFFECTIVE AUG. 6, 19()5.
Two Vestibule Trains East. No HI No 30
Lv Jacksonville. Fla . . So Ry
Lv Jesup, (la So Ky
Lv Savannah. Oa So Ky
Ar Columbia.-. So Ry
Ar Charlotte So Ry
Ar Greeneboro So Ky
Ar Danville Eo By
11 40 a
1 2ii p
6 66 p
10 l! p
1 21 a
So By 0 54 a
Ar Lynchburg ho Ry
Ar Charlottesville SoK'y
Ar Washington So Ry
Ar Baltimore F R R
Ar Philadelphia P R K
Ar New York..
No. 84 "New York anil Florida Express"
Dally Pullman Drawing Room Sleeping Car
between 1'ort Tampa, Jacksonville and Mew
No. 30 "Washington and Pla. Limited." Dally
Pullman Drawing-Room Steeping (Jar, Jackson
ville to New York.
..P RML.15 p
Through "The Land of the Sky." j No SO
Lv Jacksonville Fla So Ky 7 5-p
Lv Savaunah, Oa So Ry 14 15a
Ar Columbia, 8 0 Bo Ry S Oiia
Ar Asheville. NO o Ry 1 Sup
Ar Hot Springs, NO.. . . ...SoRy 2 37p
Ar Knoxvllle, Tenn So lty (Hp
Ar Loulevllle . So Ry 8 5' m
Ar St Louie So Rv IMp
Ar Cincinnati. Ohio QAO f 15a
No. HO Dnlly Pullman t)raw!ng-Ronm and
Buffet 8leepiug Car between Jacksonville and
Two Trains Daily
To Washington and
North and V eat.
Lv Jacksonville, Fla. . So Ry
Lv Jesup, Ga .So lty
Ar Macon, Oa So Ry
Ar Atlanta, (ia So Ky
Ar Rome, Oa . .so Ry
Ar Dallon, Oa Ho Ry
Ar Chattanooga, Tenn. So Ry
Ar Lexington. Ky (j & t
Ar Cincinnati, Ohio (J ft .
Lv C'lncluiinll, O.. .lug Four .,
ArOhlcago, III Big Four
Lv Clnclunatl, 0 . Pu Lineal
ArChk-ago ..Pa Llliesj
Lv Cincinnati O 11 ft I);
ArOhlcago C H V:
Lv Cincinnati .
Ar Toledo . . . .
Ar Detroit .. .
...C 11 & D
. . Pa Lines.
7 4:p .
Ill 3op .
a oi ,
6 2!a ,
9 a ,
7 4ip' .
7 li al
8 &pi ,
Ar St. Louie ....
. 8i Ry .
No 13 "The Florida Limited." Daily solid
vestibule train through day ooaches and Hull
man sleeping oars Jacksonville to Cincinnati.
Lv Jacksonville 8o Ky 7 5p
Lv Jcsup So Ry 10 8iip
Ar Mncon .....So Ky 8 Oi'a
Ar Atlanta So Ky 5 Son
Ar Annlston, ala So Ky 9ilH ......
Ar Birmingham, Ala So Ryi 11 4:a
Ar Memphis, Tenn Krlsoo 8 o.p
Ar Kansas I'lty, Ho Frlsonl H
Lv Mmnphis I 41 .Hip,
Ar Hot Springs, Ark ! 9 .... .
No. IS "The Florida Limited." Dally Pull
man Drawlug Room sleeping care between
lacksonvillo, Birmingham, Memphis and
Kansas City .
ARRIVALS AT JACKSONVILLE.
From Now York, Washington, etc. No. 29, "Washington and Florida Limited," M:(KI a. m.
Vmm Chicago, Oncinnatt, Chattanooga, etc No 14, "Florida Limited" 8:'.l5 a m"
Fom Kansas Cltv. Memphis, Btrmlugliiin.. etc No 14, "Florida Limited," 9:Stf a p-.
From l inolliiia'l, Asheville' et No. tJ, "Washington And Florida I lndlid," 9 . if a 'm. -From
Nw York, Wa hlugton ete No. ."B, "New York and Florida Kxprees," o p. ut.
, Exce'lT t Dlninc Car Service.
i. C. LCSK. District PanserjHer Agent, 10M West Bv Bin et. Jacksonville, Fin.
O H. ACKERT, G. M, W. H. TAYI.OK, G. P. A.
3. H. HABDWICK, P. T. U. P.KOOKS MOUUAN. A. O. P. A.
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