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y C. L. Chamberliri's.
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the new and pretty crea-
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$ and Ribbons,
pj Shoes 1
You know we alone in
Crescent City sell the
Celebrated' Harmlton-
g Brown Shoos for Men,
S Women and Children .-
5 Of course, we have
q everything in the Fresh
K Grocery Line. The
Jj Freshest of Jams, Jellies
g and Marmalades, and
3 j all the special dolioasies
d for the table ; if there is
B anything special . you
S want for the table, we
areprettysuretohaveit.
j Pox River Butter is
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j ' Premier Cheese, finest
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- Everything Fresh in
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Lowney'a Chocolates -G.
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j Lound's Drug Store
;J Crescent City, Fla.
i Fresh Line of Garden Seed.
j Ocmiine Bermuda Onion Seed, ,
St Johns Rivrby Daylight.
The Beach & Miller Line,
Steamer CRESCENT.
Leaves Jackson vil le on Tuesday s. Th ursdays
and Saturdays at :80 a. m. for Green Cove,
fulutka. Crescent City and principal way
Landings
Ketiirulng.leaviMBCrescentCityon Wednes
day h, Krtdaya and Mondays at 7 a. m.
Jacksonville wharl lootol Laura Street.
Telephone DDL
Pa atka wharf foot, of Lemon t.r
JOHN VINCENT, D. Q. B.
Artistic Barber.
Hair Cutting In all approved styles.
Give me a call.
CR1S!ENT CITY.
FLOBIDA
A. D.TORREY.
Undertaker and Embalmer.
Full Hue of Caskets and Coffins.
Telephone
CRESCENT CITY'1 F&OBiDA
Crescent City Traasfsr Co.,
Meets all trains at Gieeot nt City Juno
tlon. Night trains by appointment.
8. M. LAB BEE. Manager.
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Crescent City News
CIIKSCENT C1TV.
'Is one ot the most beautiful
locations la Florida. Tourists
will find it an Ideal spot to
spend the winter, or paws a few
days ot 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. in.
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
Ashing will afford amusement
for sportBmen.
Naptha 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, ;
ORESCENT CITY TEMPERA TUBE
WEEK ENDING, OCTOBER 131",
WILLIAMS, OBSERVER.
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Personal and Social, j
Trof. Geiger spends Saturdays and
Sundays at his home in ureen Cove
Springs.
' Homer Ward, an industrious col
ored man, hus a flue crop of tanger
ines which he will ship next month.
Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Capers terminat
ed their visit with relatives hereon
Motiday when they returned to their
home iu White Springs. "
Alderman Lucius Turner has been
superiiiteucliii(r the trimming of
many of the street shade trees and
has made an artistic job of it.
Latest reports from Capt. Miller
indicate that his health is being
benefited by the treatment lie is un
dergoing at Asheville, N. C.
Samuel E. Neal is recovering from
a painful carbuncle on his right arm
and which has prevented his doimr
much work for the past three weeks.
Miss Florence Atkins will rent her
six room, partly furnished house for
the season. Miss Atkins' address for
the present, is care of I). M. Gautier,
Fitzgerald, Ga.
Cluis. Janusch, foreman of the
Preston-Miller Co's mill, visited
Jacksonville Just Friday and Satur
day, going and returning by the
steamer Crescent. ...
Ma.. J. L. Burton went to Jackson
ville on Monday returning the fol
lowing day. The major went to se
lect a new horse says there's no use
trying to farm without a horse.
A. O. Dawson of Jacksonville, com-
inerclal agent of the G. S. & F. R'y
spent Friday and Saturday here oil
business for his line. Mr. Dawson
came to fliriirt) with the l'reston-
Miller Co. for a part of its outgoing
freight via. Palatka.
Capt. S. M. LaBree spent Monday
in Palatka, where he went to engage
caulker for his new launch, now
nearly completed. This new launch
Is a v-ry pretty model and differs
much fronf anything ever seen- in
these waters. The boat is now ready
for its machinery.
Bargain hunters in peninsula real
estate should read the advertisement
of John Wetherbee of Fruitland to be
found on this page. His place is of
fered at a bargain. The Crescent
City ReaUy company, composed of
Thos. Shinn and Henry Hutchinson,
can tell you about this property.
K. Borsen went to Palatka Mon
day to see after the finishing of his
new launch, which should be ready
now for delivery. This boat, already
described in the News, will be 40 feet
long, with a commodious cabin, and
will be the swiftest launch on these
waters. Mr. and Mrs Borsen expect
to take Jong cruises on the launch
this winter..
S. L. Benlmm, spent Sunday at
dome with his family, who but re
cently returned and are now occu
pying their old residence on Park
street. This was Mr. liennam s nrsr.
visit to CivKCent Cily in over ayes
and all were pleased to see him. He
will make frequent visits home dur
ing the winter as he is now travel
ing in Georgia and Florida.
Orange shipments will begin here
next month when the fruit to go out
from this place will be well colored.
Among the earliest to ship from here
will be J. C. Grimsley and Chas. A.
Gowen. The first week In Decem
ber will see nearly all tangerines in
this vicinity boxed and ready for
shipment. J.W.Miller has a large
stock of new box material and paper
for wraps and shippers should send
iu orders early. Tim extent, of the
orange, tangerine and grape fruit
crop this year Is hard to estimate,
but it will probably not exceed 8,000
or 10,000 boxes.
Mr. and Mrs. James Coward of
Omega are to move back to Crescent
City next week, and Mr. Coward will
again engage in growing vegetables
to supply our -hotels and private ta
bles. They wiJJ live in the house re
cently purchased of Mr. Thurher, on
the lake Stella point, and Mr. Cow
ard will have a garden there as well
as one on the east side of lake Cree
cent. He was always a success at
truck growing and all Crescent City
will welcome Mr. Coward and family
back.
F. S. Cone has a new advertise
ment this week which calls special
attention to a big line of shoes for
men, women and children just
received at his store, and which are
selling at from $1 to $4 per pair.
That means shoes to fit all sized
pockets and all sized feet. There is
also a new line of trunks, and what
will especially interest men a line
of fall suits at $10 the euit which can
not be bought in cities under $12.50.
These suits are of the dark blue serge
variety, well made, of genteel ap
pearance and of latest cut. Mr. Cone
is local agent for the well-known
Sweet, Orr & Co.'s overalls and shirts,
leaders the world over for work
ing men. This store is now filled
with new goods in all lines, and
prices are low,
The Omega mills were closed down
a part of last week owing to a break
In the machinery. These mills give
employment to a large force of men,
and the little town presents a busy
scene when the mill Is in operation.
The trip there and back on Capt.
Pigue's launch, which leaves at 7:30
each morning and returns at noon,
is a pleasant ride. A. T. Squier,
proprietor of the mill, states that
Mr. Deen has offered to donate an
acre of ground for school purposes
and that be will donate the lumber
for the building. It is probable that
the olficials of St. Johns county will,
therefore, soon tstablish a school at
this place. There are some 15 or 18
white children of school age residing
In the village.
The Ladies Aid Society of the
Presbyterian church was entertained
royally on Wednesday afternoon of
last week by Mrs. K. Borsen. This
society of ladies has accomplished
much in the matter .of keeping up
the temporal affairs of the church
and is even now planning the expen
sive task of securing a new bell to
replace that nbw in the bell tower
of the church and which was crack
ed about one year ago. That these
ladies have set out to secure a new
bell means success. During the past
year the society has contributed $25
to the pastor's salary; paid out $10 for
new church lamps; paid $12 for
sweeping and $3 for cleaning the
church and has spent some $17 for
interior work on the parsonage. On
ly a year before the society pur
chased a new carpet for the church.
When you read about a ladies aid
meeting out some afternoon being
entertained with wafers and ice
cream make up yoftr mind these
same ladies are plotting some good
work over their cream. The News
wishes the society. Buccess in its
efforts for a new bell. The old one
with its sweet tone is greatly missed
The town council at its meeting
last week passed a dog ordinance
which puts a license of $1 per year
on all dogs, male, female, fice, mix
ed blood and thoroughbreds Indis
criminately. Dogs found on the
streets without the license tag are to
be shut In a pound, advertised tor
three days and then sold or killed
Mayor Sprague has not yet approved
the ordinance, he being of the opin
ion that it is not within the power of
the council to enact a license tax
law on any object not specially de
fined in the law govering towns or
ganized under the general charter.
Without Dr. Sprague's approval the
law will probably not go into effect.
Crescent City has its full quota of
dogs, and should this law become
operative there would bo music iu
the air all along the line. The ma
jority of people are probably iu sym
pathy with the object of the ordi
nance and are hoping that it may be
found legal.
A Josselyn is dead at his home, On
set, Mass. This fact is all that was
known here as this issue goes to
press. His death occurred some two
weeks ago, and just as ho was pre
paring to return to Crescent City
which has been his winter home
since 1878, and where ho was univer
sally esteemed for his genial nature.
Last winter Mr. Josselyn was quite
ill and for a long time it was thought
he could not recover, but he did
rally and was able to leave for his
northern home where he continued
for a time to improve. He wns an
old man and without family of his
own, having never married. He
was a Federal soldier during the
civil war attached to the musical
corps. He was one of the sweetest
tempered men it has ever been our
good fortune to know and his cheer
fulness did not forsake him in the
time of his greatest suffering. He
scattered sunshine all along the
pathway of a long life and many
have been made better through con
tact with his genial soul. May he
rest in peace.
POMONA.
of
Our Hotel Facilities.
There will more than likely be a
large number of visitors in Crescent
City the coinlii winter and many at
distance are already making enqui
ry regarding our hotel accommoda-
.ions, while others preferring house
teeping, are looking for rooms, flats
and furnished houses.
Grove Hall, our largest hotel, will
accommodate from 60 to 70 guests
without crowding. This house is
ept by Wm. C. Norton and is always
rell patronized during the tourist
season. It is a clean, well-Kept
house with light, airy rooms, many
which open on broad verandas.
Crescent Inn will accommodate
from 20.to 30 guests. This house is
now kept by Mrs. Dr. G F. Sprague
and has come Into popular favor very
,pid!y under her liberal manage
ment. The house overlooks the lake.
Its rooms are absolutely clean and
the table bountifully supplied with
food cooked and prepared in an ap
petizing manner. The rates are
moderate.
The Southfield will probably be
opened this year uuder the same
auagement as during the past two
seasons. This house is elegantly rur
nished and Us table is the best. The
'ices rule a little higher than at the
other hotels. It will accommodate
about the same number as Crescent
Inn.
The Burton House is a well-kept,
lean and comfortable boarding
house with accommodations for 10 to
15 people, and the prices are moder
ate. The Misses Turner are lu charge.
They will gladly make known rates
on application. These ladies have
the reputation of an excellent, home
like table and all who have boarded
there have expressed themselves as
pleased.
There are several private families
also where board may be obtained
and there are several furnished
houses and rooms that can be secured
by prompt speaking. F. M. Paysou
has two modern five-room furnished
flats and C. L. Chamberlln has some
comfortable furnished apartments
for light housekeeping.
FOR RKNT Six room house cen
trally located in Creacent City, house
partly furnished; address Miss
Florence Atkins, care of D. M. Gau
tier, Fitzgerald, Qa. Oct. 1, U
cl
Mrs. A. C. Smith returned Satur
day l,rom her usual summer outing
in New Hampshire and will soon re
open her pretty home, closed since
early in May.
The G. A. R. held its first 'social
dinner of the season Saturday, and
although the number was smull the
time was spent very pleasantly. Al
ter the excellent dinner was dis
patched, Mr. O. S. Hendrick, who
was commander for the day, brought
a nicely arranged program before the
vuests. Addresses were made by
Hon. W. H. Cook and Rev. Edward
Bull, and Mr. C. I. Rogers read some
very amusing selections from Peck's
Bad Boy. Music was contributed
bv Miss Emma Olmstead and Mrs.
Courtland Middleton. The comrades
extend a cordial invitation to their
friends and strangers interested in
the G. A. R. to meet with them at
their next meeting, which will be on
the second Saturday in November.
Pomona is undoubtedly booming.
Numerous new dwellines are going
up, some already rented to tourists,
who will take them as soon as they
are in living order.' It is thought
that there will be more people nere
this winter than ever before iu the
history of the town.
The school continues to increase,
having now about 35 pupils, and the
need of an assistant teacher is very
evident.
The new commissary was opened
Saturday night although not entirely
mushed, but a lew days wilt nnu it
in full business condition.
If you want to get your money's worth
and see a good COLD knock-out, use
Peek s Pine Tar Syrup. tf
Another Big Wagon'
Load of New Shoes
Uiroct from the factory. This
happens every few weeks. Men
say to us, why what In the world
do you do with all the" Shoes and
Trunks you get In? V. e sell them
t and get from $100 to $4.00 per'
pair for men's shoes, and $1.00 to '
l $3.50 per pair for ladies' and from'
25c to $2.00 per pair for boys' and (
girls' shoes.
You should see our men's dark (
blue serge suits for $10 00. The
men that send you leaflets with
samples will not duplicate them
lets than $12 50 per suit.
Don't forget that we are the sole
ageuts for Sweet Orr Overalls and
Shirts for Crescent City. Fresh
lot just In.
CONE,
The Shoe Man,
Crescent City, Florida.
X. Spencer,
Dentist.
Otflre at Ilesldouce on Prospect Street.
Crescent City, - - Florida.
W. B. SHOTWELL
Builds Row Boats,
Repairs boats, buggies and makes all
kinds of wood work repairs at his shop
in rear of his MEAT MARKET.
Crescent City, I la.
Satisfactory work guaranteed at mod
est prices.
Do You Want to Earn $100
in the next thirty days? If so drop us
a card for particulars. The fastest sel
ling B bles and subscription books on
the market. "Sermons by the Devil,"
the now war book '-Kussla aid Japan,"
and many others. Our agents are coin
ing money. We pay Dig commission
and giva crodit.
The Ellis-Martin Co.,
Dept. Y. Jackson, Tenn.
Must be Sold Quick.
T.'i.rl,tr (Win anras rf lnnil at $10.00:
about 20 acres cultivated. A few
orange trees, grapes, etc.; house,
barn, packing house and wood shed,
cost $1,250; fireplace, brick cellar,
two chimneys ; 15 feet above and bor
dering on a beautiful lake; very
healthy. Title, V. S. Patent.
Also tools, screws, uoirs, crocaery,
files, books, violin, furniture, etc., at
half price. Enquire of J. E. Mar
shall, Palatka, John Babers, Crescent
City, Thos. Shinn, Pomona, or by
letter to JOHN WKTHISKBKE
ruitlaiKi, riorum.
Notioe of application for Tax Deed un
der section 8 of chapter 4888, Laws of
Florida.
Notice Is hereby given that J. J.
Strickland, purchaser of tax certificate
No. 110, dated the 2a aay oi June, a. u.
1902, has filed said certificate in my of
fice, and 1ms made application for lax
deed to Issue to. accordance with law.
Said certificate embraces the following
described property situated In Putnam
county, Florida, to-wit :
N34 of ej of swj of nwj, section 23,
township 10, range 2415 acres
The said land being assessed at the
date of the issuance of such oertlllcate
In the namo of Kobt. Long. Unless
said certificate shall he redeemed accord
ing to law, tax deed will Issue thereon
on the 21st day of October, A. D 1905.
Witness my official signature and seal
this the 14th day of Sept., A. D. 190S.
seal JOSEPH PRICE,
Clk. Circuit Court Putnam co., Florida.
I
Over iHialf a Pillion
SATISFIED CUSTOMERS
Do you think such an enormous business could be built tip 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
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 Hayaer Whiskey exceptionally fine for table and medicinal purposes."
Wm. At. Slmari.
U. 8. 8enator from Nevada.
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! FULL $6)0 EXPRESS
'v QUARTS PREPAID
fl!IR flFFFR We will tend you hi a plain sealed ease, with no
UUn Wrrl k . contents. FOUR FULL QUART
BOTTLES OF HAYNER PRIVATE STOCK RYE FOR 3.20. and we
will pay the express charges. Take it home and sample it, nave your doctor
test It every bottle 11 you wish. Then If you don't find It just as we say
and oerfecttv satisfactory, ship It back to us AT OUR EXPENSE andyourl
13.20 will be promptly refunded. How could any offer be fairer? YouMt.
don't risk a cent.
Orders for Arls., Cal..Col., Idaho. Mont.. Nov.. N. Mex.,Ore Utah. Wash.,
or Wyo., must be on the basis of 4 OuaHa for 4.K) by Kxpreas) Pre
paid or SO quart for lSJiO, by freight Prepaid.
Write our nearest office and do It NOW.
THE HAYNER DISTILLING COMPANY
Atlanta, 6a. Dayton, O. St. touts, Mo .SI. Paul.Mlnn.
Ml SlSTHiABT, Tsot. O. .-' Estabusbio 186S.
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to handle Real Estate of all kinds, rega'rdless of location, g
jjj Write us what you have to sell, with description and 3
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Florida East Coast Railway.
Local Time Card No. 62. Corrected lo Sept. J, 1905.
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No. 81
Sun.
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3 40 p
3 45P
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10 10 a
10 18 a
10 60 a
10 66 a!
11 10 a
No. 10
Dally
No. IT
Dally
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Sun.
6 00 p
8 08 p
8 40 p
8 45 p
7 00 p
8 20 a
8 28 a
8 69 a
9 04 a
9 20 a
MAYPOKT BKANCII
Lt Jacksonville Ar
Ar ....So. Jacksonville Lv
11 Pablo Beach
" Atlantic Beach
" Mayport..
No. 18
Dally
No. 0
Sun.
Only
7 45 al 12 30 p
7 37 a 12 2 p
1 01
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6 IS a
11 60 a
12 45 a
11 30 a
No.
Dally
t 30 p
6 22 p
4 60 p
4 45 p
4 80 p
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 the times at which trains may be expected to arrive at and depart
from the several stations, but their arrival or departure at the timet stated 1h not guaranteed
nor Is this Company to be held responsible for any delays or any consequences arising therefrom
For Copy of the LOCAL, TIME CARD or Other Information
"SEE THE TICKET AGENT."
J. D. RAHNER. Asst. Qen'l Pass. Agt., ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA.
Effective June 3d. 19l)5. schedule figures for Mayport Branch and Homestead
Extension shown above will bo changed ; additional trains being put Into service
between Jacksonville and Mayport and the service betwoen Miami and Homestead
being reduced to one train a day each way, For correct schedule see any Agent
of the P. E. 0. By.
G. 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 m; No. 10, 5:50 p m.
Arrive Palittkn, Southbound, No. 1,9:50 p m.
" " " No. 9, 10:50 a in.
Schedules given above are subject.to change without notice, and the
time of tirrivai anil departure of trains is not guaranteed.
Through Pullman ears from Tifton to Atlanta, Chattanooga, Nnohville,
-St. Louis and Chicago ali-tlio-ycar-round, Klegaut sleeping cars between
V alilosla ana Macon.
Handsome Parlor Cars In service on Trains No, 1 and 2 between Macon
Valdosta iii.d Jacksonville.
Information as to rates, routes, schedules, sleeping car reservations
tc. will bo gladly furnished upon application to
C. A. MAULL, .Depot Ticket Agent, Palatka.
3. F. Parrott, Vice Pres. Chas. B. Rhodes, Gen. Passenger Agt
Macon, Ga.
SOUTHERN RAILWAY, N
EFFECTIVE AUG. 6, 1905.
Two Vestibule Trains East.
No 34
Lv Jacksonville. Kla So liy
Lv Jesup, (la .. So lty
LT Savannah, Ga . . . . 8r Hy
Ar Columbia So Rv
Ar Charlotte So Ky
Ar Greensboro So Ry
Ar Danville o Ry
9 Id a I
II 10 a
1 2ii p
6 56 p
10 15 p
l nal
7 65p
10 40p
12 Km
li Oua
9 .Via
1 51
2 21 a a I'M
Richmond
So By 0 33 a
8 ia
. I vni.hliii v . .
Ar Charlottesville
Ar wiiHimiKion . . .
X Rultlni.iN,
Ar Philadelphia ..
Ar new norK
. . so Ry I
.. So Ky
,...8o Ry
P R B I
...P R K 1
...P R R
4 34 II
IS lx a
0 50ii
II :i 'a
1 4r P
15 p
4 lp
II 111)1
9 5')p
11 i.'P
2 Ma
6 0a
No. !!4-"Ne York and Florl.ia Exnress"
between l'orc Tampa, Jiicaonvllle ana New
York.
No 30 "WashinRlon and Fla. Limited." D illy
Pullman Iirowlng Room Sleeping Car, Jackson
ville to New Sork.
Through "The Land ot the Sky.'
No 30
Lv JackBonvlllle, Fla So lly 1 B p
Lv Savannah, Oa So Ry 12 l.Sa
Ar Columbia, SO So Ry 6 0-la
Ar Aslievlllo. NO . . so Ry 1 Nip
r Hot Springs, N C . . So lty 3 Dip
r KnoivlUe, Tenn So Hy 6 nop
Ar Louisville So Ry II
Ar st iuiis so Rv t rop
Ar Cincinnati, Ohio .Q..V.C s Kia
North ami West. No. 1:"
Lv Jacksonville, Fla. . So Ry .... 7 4iipi
Lv Jt-aup, (la So Ry .. HI Slip,
Ar Macuii, (iu Solly ... 3 Oeaj
Ar Atlanta, I, a So Ky .... 9 20a;
Ar Rome, tia soltyl.... 7 iWa1 .
Ar Llaltou, Oa Kelly! .. 8 liya;
Ar Chattanooga, Teun.So Ry .... '9 4.'ia:
Ar Lexington. Ky o. A-1 . 6 -jopi
Ar Cincinnati, Olilo....yj & i .... 7 4i'pi
Lv I luclniiatl, O. . .Ms Four,....! S 4Up,
Ar Chicago, 111 Big Four; 7 Ha;
Lv Cincinnati, 0 . .. Pa Llnesj I 8 y5pl
ArChlcago Pa LlneN .. 7 K'aj
Lv Cincinnati CHtl) 18 4."j
Ar Chicago CH.y.Bi.... ?,
Lv ( luclniiatl CHAD 9 43p
Ar Toledo OUfcD ... 5'JOa;
Ar Detroit. .. PM . 7 Hoa;
I.v Cincinnati.... .PaLlnes . .1 s nop1 .....
Ar Pittsburg ..Pa Lineal . : . I 6 55a;
Lv Cincinnati ....Ting Fourl ...I II slip I ...77.
Ar Cleveland Big Vmir!.... 4hI
Lv Lexington Ho Ryj.'... 6 &lp 1
Ar Louisville ...Solly:.... snip
ArSt, Louis ..So Ry1 7 H2a
No13 "The Florida Llmitrd." Pally solid
vestibule train through diiy coaches and Pull
man Rlooping oars Jacksonville to Cincinnati.
NORTHWEST. Jno. ls
No. .HI Dully Pullman Drawing-Room and
Bullet Sleeping Car between Jacksonville and
St. Louis.
Two Trains Daily
To Washington and
New York.
Lv Jacksonville ......Solly
Lv Josup So Ry
Ar Miiooii So Ry
Ar Atlanta So Ry
Ar. Annlsum, Ala. Ho Ky
Ar ltirmlngham, Ala So Ry
Ar Memphis, Tenn Frisco
Ar Kana 'ity. Mo Frisco
7 45p
10 3llp
S IV ia!
5 a
II 42a!
11 4.ta
a. ap
9 4na!
Lv Memphis i 8 .lpi ..
Ar Hot Springs, Ark.... ..I 9 sua I ...
No. IS "The Florida Limited." Dally Pull,
man Drawing Room sleeping cars between -Jacksonville,
Birmingham, Memphis and :
Kansas City.
ARRIVALS AT JACKSONVILLE
From New Tork, Washington, etc. No, 23, Washlngt.-m and Florida Limited,1
From Chlcngo, Cincinnati, Chattanooga, pic -no. ii, "norma i.imtiea 'luiim
Fnim Kansas City, Memphis, Birmingham, etc No 14, "Florida Limited," 9:8.1 a IT
From Clnclnuail. Asheville et No. -ill, "Wasl'InBton and Florida Limited." 9:08 a. r
From New York, vt a Ittugton etc-!o. '11, "New York and Florida Express.'1 8.20 p. m
Exco'hrt Dining Or Service.
9:00 a, m
J. 0 LCdK. Dlatriet PaaseuKer A-jnitt, 108 Wat Kav gtrwt, Jacksonville, Flu,
C H ACKF.RT, G. M, W. II. TAYLOR, O. P. A.
S. H. HAKDW1CK, P.T. M. BEOOKh MORGAN, A. Gk. P. A.

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