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a Orange Box Haterial Hay Grain Fertilizer g and the Best Line of V Fresh Fancy Groceries v To secure choice va rieties of Table Sup-, plies is our constant study. We ought to excel. . - We do Excel. i J. W. MILLER'S Crescent City, Fla. it J J J aaaaaisaaisBBBBsnBRBB aaaaaaaa HBonanHBOHnaaaaaaaoBBEHEEn 'JO uo un an ra ra ra ra ra ra r.m ra ue uu Lili uu uu uu uu uu uu uu uu uu uu au Our new lino of SHOES For Men, Women and Children should attract your atten tion if you are after the kind that are fuartinteed to wear well. We can't afford to keep any other kind. At the name time we have endeavored to com bine style with wearing qualities, and after you have tried on a pair yon will acknowledge our suc BE nn arc an HE BE eia us tun uu uu uu aa uu us ut uti CIS PIS nn PC Of Course Everybody knows au au au au au uu uu uu uu uu uu uu uu jfl jr, J1 UQ urs un "in these diggings" how we excel in 'Groceries. The- new (roods for the Thanksgiving season are now coming in. You can depend on Fresh Groceries at. C. L Chamberlin's s Crescent City. pro JIB OB an OH OH nrj an ac au au au au au au au au uc BcccDDDDE'EeE'ECBDaaaaaau'j uisrci-rr.rtcrjr.crjEr.r.ECEGrEBnii Take ,Do..wr It will cure Chills and Fever, Headaches, Colds and Biliousness. . Try a Bottle . . I ONLY 25 GENTS. ; For Sale nt I Lound's Drug store jj Crescent City, Fla. 'I Frpsh Line of Garden Reed. f uenuiue jxTiuuua wiiion S Johns Rivr by Oayllgnt. Tb8 Bsacb & Miller Line, ' Steamer CRESCENT. Leave Jacksonville on Tuesdays, Thursdays and -aturdays at 3:30 a. m. for Oreen Cove, l'alalka, Crescent City and principal W;.j Landings lleliirnlnir, leaves Crescent olty on Wednes day., Fridays and Mondays at 7 a. m. Jacksonville wbarf footof Laura buret Ttit.iuone(ia ta wbarf foot of lmon - JOHN VINCENT, D. Q. B. Artistic Barber. EUlr Cutting In all approved styles. Give me a call. CHiMt ENT CITY. FLORIDA Orescent City' Hews CRESCENT 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 Crescent, from Jack- sonvllle to Crescent City, is one of the delightful experiences of Florida travel. The steamer leaves Jacksonville at 8 a. m. evety 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. y 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 for sportsmen. Naptha launches can be se cured cheaply for water trips. Cresoent City has good hotels and boarding houses at mode rate rates. Beautiful shaded walks and bicycle paths. A. B.TORREY. Undertaker and Embalmer. Full line of Caskets and Coffins Tiephone ; v , CTiKSOENT C1TT FLOBjD. Crascent City Transfer Co., Meets all trains at C.enO' ot City Junc tion. Might trains by appMiitmerjt. 8. M. LA.BKEE. Manager. Uhikf I LWUM F"r Sale by all dealers cv - 'RESCINT CITY TEMPERATURE FOR THE WEEK ENDING, OCTOBER 20th, 19115. E. D. WILLIAMS, OBSERVER.. Max. Mill, for for. 9 V. M. 84 hs. 54118 my. n m 74 85 71 74 H4 72 7 S3 W, 75 K4 75 84 Octoberr 1 A. u. 8 p. . 14. Baturday... 72 mx in. Hunuay. ... -it -io It). Monday 70 77 17. Tuesday.... 7f!f 74 18. Wednesday 78 82 19. Thursday... 70 HU at). Friday 74 81 70 O. SHOTWELL BudcU Row Boats, n'M-airs boate, buggies and makes all Kin a ( ,KMt work TKpnin ,t hl 8hop MEAT MARKET, t!ifiWtory work g wanted ftt mod- Personal and Social. W. J. Newman spent nil of lnsl week at his home hero. E. N. Maull spent Sundny at home. Mr. Maull's new factory at Palatka is rapidly nearing completion. Chester Norton, who lias spent the summer in .New lorK state, is ex pected home this week. Work on the rear addition to the V. I. A. Hall began this weok under the supervision of Mr. Eaton. J. M. Deaton was the only Cres- Cent City citizen to attend the Presi dent's reception in Jacksonville last Saturday. Mai. G. O. Westcott is still con fined to his home, though iihle to be up and about the house. His strength does not return as rapidly as ins friends had hoped. Mrs. Dr. Warren of Palatka, who has spent the past ten Hays Here packing nnd preparing her household goods for shipment to Palatka left for that city on Monday. The ladies of the V. I. A. will t?lve Hallowe'en card party at the hall next Tuepday night the 31nt inst.. Of course tnere win oe reiiemuin-uiB and a good tiinn for all who attend. Rev. J. K. Wight is expected in Green Cove Springs thiB week to re sume pastorate of the Presbyterian church. His first service for that plane 1b announced for next Sundiiy. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Buck me ex pected to arrive here in a few days. They are usually the first of our win ter residents to arrive faoh yenr and their coming is always a grt-nt pleas ure to the people. The News has heard of another family who contemplate moving nere on account of our school-Mr. Wells of Satsuma Heights, who is Interest ed heavily in Haw creek property, and who contemplates the purchase of a home here. y Miss Miriam Paysou and her little brother came home last, nm i k from North' Carolina, where the f..m!ly has been spending the minimr. Mrs. Pavson is said to be improving . . 1 ,l..t.. u some now, cut. on me nuv icr ui u physician will delay her return until next month. Dr. Sprague, as mayor, has signed the dog tax ordinance, hnving had assurance that it was legal. And now some of us who own 50c dogs ill have to step up to the captain s office and pay a good American dol lar for the privilege of keeping him just as much money for a ctieiip dog for a good one. Itut an per nogs are good to the owner and nil win pay cheerfully and help tno town treasury.. The movement of grapefruit from Crescent City began laft week Fri day when shipments were made by Cnpt. J. W. Ml'ler and 11. M.'Read. The fruit whs clt-Hii, w 11 coioreu mid ought to bring lancy prices. This week Cnpt. Miller will ship more grapefruit nnd some early va rieties of round oranges as well as grapefruit, will Ro forward from the grove of Chiis S. Gowen. It will be about three weeks m-lore me mm begins to go forward In any quan tities. - Thn hotel Qul-Si-Saiia at Hunting ton has been put in repair and if a manager can be secured will open for the reception of guests this win ter. Huntington is a delightful lit tle hamlrft surrounded by undulating land coveied with rlenn pine forests and the place would be filled with winter visitors cnuld they but know of Its advantages and attractions. Thera Bre many Hcrrs of bearing orange groves in the place nnd near vicinity and good crops will be ship Bed this winter. The place also has much l otfer in the way of amuse ments and social and church ndvan tages. apt. w. M. LaBroe is going to build a new covered dock and boat house at the head of Lemon street ine new boat is now ready for launching and another week should see the Inauguration of the new fast launch service between here and the junction station. The new boat will be enclosed to protect passengers from the wind and rain and the trips to and from the train will be pleas ure rides. Ora Thomas,- the little son of Mr, and Mrs. Ira Thomas of Green Cove Springs, and grandson of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Smith of Huntington, who was so seriously Injured by having his skull crushed by the falling of the clapper of the bell at the school nouse in ureen cove, ana who was taken to a Jacksonville hospital for treatment, is nowr almost well. For a time It was thought the little boy could not recover. It Is expected he will be discharged from the hospital this week. - W. S. Pine, the well-known orange grower living two miles west, of Huntington, was painfully injured last Sunday morning, and will be laid up for some time owing to bruis es received. Mr. Pine fell while go ng up the steps of his porch with an armful of wood. Fortunately no hones were broken. His neighbor, Mr. Mitchell, caine here for ' Dr. Sprague, who attended the. injured man. Mr. Pine Is an old Federal sol dier who suffers from wounds and a cronic case of asthma, and he has an army of friends all over the pe ninsula who will regret the addition al load of suffering he now has to bear. Word comes from Galesburg, 111., of the death at her home in that city, on Sunday the 8th inst., of Mrs Eli zabeth Brown, aged 81 years. Mrs. Brown was the mother of Mrs. J. L. Overstreet well-known and esteemed here us one of our former winter vis itors and a grove owner. Mr. and Mrs. Brown also visited Crescent City some years ago, spending the Winter at Crescent Inn, and on which occasion she became greatly endear ed to many of our people. The Galesburg papers give much space to the story of Mrs. Brown's life and her many Christian virtues. She was a pioneer iti Illinois and in the sec tion where she resided exercised a wholesome influence upon the com munity. Her death was due to the feebleness of age and she is mourned by a devoted husband and six chil dren, as well as an uncommonly large circle of friends. , The late Albert Josselyn was a spiritualist in religion and like all of that uncanny faith nad a notion that he had a spirit guide or control who acted as his guide though Mils world ofdyspeptia and torpid livers. Mr. Josselyn's spirit control was said to have been an Indian who had long inhabited the happy hunting ground. The old man got a deal of comfort out of his religion and every summer hfl passed his time at the Spiritualists' rendesvous at Onset, Mass., holding frequent communica tion with his Indian spirit guide through a trance medium. The old man whs probably imposed upon, but. he enjoyed the imposition and it made, him happy. He was a good mail and as his Indian control was a dead Indian, he was probably good also. There are some strange faiths in this world, but the strangest of them all is that ot the spiritualist who claims to hold communication witli spooks. Mr. Josselyn had dis posed of nil his property here save tho little piece of land on which his old soap factory stands. - Yes, We Have Doctor. The News has received a letter from a northern subscriber who seems to hesitate about coming here for the winter because someone, has informed him that there is no phy sician in the place, or because he had seen it stated that a physician had recently moved away from here. Our subscriber's information is wrong, crescent uity nas a pnysi cian and one that can be relied upon for both aid and comfort in sickness, where aid Is possible. Our doctor is not a young man of the dudelet-look- wise mould, but a doctor of the old school, one whose experience stretch es out over forty-five years of con stant practice in all departments of medical science; oue who ranked as a full surgeon 111 me imueraie army during the four years of war, and who In all the forty years of sub sequent peace has to his credit many remakably successful operations in surgery and has given Intelligent aid In the curing of many diseases. He is a man who looks upon the pre scription as an aid to nature, and who does not administer drugs unless nature needs such assistance. He believes that the mind exorcises an influence over the body to a certain extent and that many supposed Ills are largely the result of a mental dwelling upon these fancied ailments. Our doctor Is a good doctor if there ever was one. He is of the regular school, using the remedies of all pathies according as they may seem best suited to the needs of his ps tients. Ha recognizes the limita tions of his profession that the practice of medicine la not an ex act science and that there is much to be learned. And he is still learning and isn't ashamed to say so, though he has passed the thren score and ten mark. This whole section of country honors him and all go to him In an emergency of sickpess with the ssurauca that be will give more than fall value for his small fee, it not In drugs, in such aid and comfort as no amount of money can buy. Dr. Sprague is our town doc tor. Sometimes, as now, he has the field to himself, but the people of Crescent City will never feel them selves abandoned while he remains. Our doctor is also modest and the News had better sense than to ask his permission to make this honest statement concerning him. But no one need stay away from Crescent City because of the lack of a physi cian not while G. F. Sprague, M. D is here. The News wanted to say as much and it did not know of a better way to answer its correspondent than to tell the facts. POMONA. Eugene Nelson of Hannibal, Mo., Is a guest at Chas. Cooks. Miss Margaret Rosenbaum of Jack sonville, has been engaged for the winter as stenographer for the new lumber company of Middlcton & Rayburn. , Clarence G. Piatt who has been for the past two years In Arlington, N. J., is again in Pomona, and expects to reman cms winter. Mrs. N. E. Piplar, Miss Edith Cook and R. C. Middleton. were visitors to Jacksonville, Saturday. Mrs. E. L. Eames had the misfor tune a few days ago to have her beautiful pet dog "Jack," killed by a train. The V. I. A. held a very interest ing meeting last Thursday at which were several new members, and plans were made to make some improve ments on the school building soon. The ladies hope that all who have no other plans for Hallowe'en will at tend their party on October 81st at the hall. No admittance fee and every body welcome. Mrs. Welch and daughter from Exeter, N. H., arrived Friday and are located for the present at W. S. Middletons until their cottage can be finished, in which they will spend the winter In Florida for Mrs. Welch's health. Tyclio llralie. It was the great eclipse of Aug. 21, 1500, that turned Tycho Brahe Into an astronomer. He was In his fourteenth year at the time, a Danish boy of no ble origin, and had been destined first for the army and then for the law. But the accuracy with which the eclipse was predicted impressed him with the belief that astronomy was a divine thing, and thenceforward he de voted his life to it. The debt of as tronomy to Tycho Brahe not only for his own work, but as the man who shaped the genius of Kepler, can scarcely be overestimated. Unreaaonable. First Shoe Store Clerk Women are so unreasonable. - - Second Ditto That's right. A woman came In yesterday and said she wanted a shoe that was both comfortable and stylish. Philadelphia Record. Do You Want to Earn $100 In the next thirty days? If so drop us a card for particulars. The fastest sel ling ii bles and subscription books on the market. "Sermons by the Devil," the new war book "Russia ai d Japan," and many others. Our agents are coin ing money. We pay big commission and glva credit. The Kllis-Slartiii Co., Dept. Y Jackson, Tenn. ' FOR RENT Six room house cen trally located in Crescent City, house partly furnished; addresss Miss Florence Atkins, care of D. M. Gau- tler, Fitzgerald, Ga. Oct. 21, 2t. TO RENT Pleasant furnished apartments for light housekeeping. Addres C. L. Chainberlin, Cres cent City, Fla. Another Big Wagon Load of New Shoes Direct 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 and get from $1 00 to $4.00 per pair for men's shoes, and $1.00 to , $3.50 per pair for ladles' 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 meithat send you leaflets with ' samples will not duplicate them less than $12.50 per suit. Don't forget that we are the sole agents for Sweet Orr Overalls and 1 Shirts for Crescent City. Fresh lot just in. CONE, The Shoe Man, Crescent City, Florida. Must be Sold Quick. Eighty (80) acres of land 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, U. S. Patent. Also tools, screws, bolts, crockery, files, books, violin, furniture, etc., at half price. Enquire of J. E. Mar shall, Palatka, John Bnbers, Crescent Uity, Thos. wninn, romona, or oy letter io JOHN WETHEKBEE Fruitland, Florida. Executor's Notice. NOTICE in hereby given that I will sell by order of County JuuVe'8 Court tor cuBh at public outery, before the Court Houne door In Palatka, Pul nam County, Florida, on Monday, November 6th. A. D. 1900, durlNR the unual hours of ealo. he Mime helnR tho first Monday In said month, the following describe I laud belonging to the estate ot A. U. Tucker, late of Putnam County, Florida, deceased, to pay the debts of said deceased, lying at.d bi-lng In Putnam County, F.orlda, to-wlt: From Northwest corner ot Section eleven. South 1.6.'! chains to the beginning corner, at rlght-of-wavotO. 8. & K. K. K.: thence South 9.81 chains; thenoe NorlU 8'J dog. 60s Esat, iv.aa cnatns; ineuce norm iu.n cnaius w rigiu-of-wnv of U. 8. & F. E. K. : thence Houth 8X d eg. wesi wltn ngiti-oi-way wun ur. a. . i. iu 19.IIH chains to the beginning corner, contain ing twenty (HO) acres In the Northwest one quarter (K) of Hectlon eleven, Township , South of Uange 24, Eust. Also the West lialrot the Northeast quarter of the Northeast quarter of Section eleven, Township nine III), south, Kange iwenty-rour. Eust, containing twenty acres, more or lesB, and the narrow strip In Section two (-i) lying between the above described twenty acres and the right-of-way of the O. S. A F. It. K. Also lot 5 In liltx k iiO In town Plot of Flora home, Putnam County, Florida. H. J.ItEOTOR, Executor of the last will and testament ol A. 11. Tucker, deceased. This October 6tu, 11105. 10-8-lw Low Rates From Jacksonville, Fla, via. Allan tic Coast Line Ry. $46.05 Chicago, 111., and return, on sole Oct. 23 and 24, limited to Nov. 5, 19U5. $10.H5 Atlanta, Ga., and return, on sale Oct. 9 and lit, limited to Oct. 23, 1905. Corresponding low rates from other points in state. ,- See Atlantic Coast Line Agents or write for Pullman reservations and full information to FRANK C. BOYLSTON. Dint. Passenger Agnnt, Jacksonville, Fla. X. Spencer, Dentist. Office at Residence on Prospect Stroet. Crescent City, - - Florida, Over IKIaif a illion 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 bold the trade of half a million people, if our reputation for doing exactly what we say wasn't firmly established? Do you think if. 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, il 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 htve found Hayner Whiskey exceptionally fine for table end medicinal purposes." Wm. At. Stewart. U. 8, Senator from Nevada. mm aim i.20 EXPRESS PREPAID FULL $ QUARTS ft)- flllR ftFPER We will tend yon In plain sealed ease, with no wun tnu-fc, to ,how contents, FOUR FULL OUART BOTTLES OP HAYNER PRIVATE STOCK RYB 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 find It just at we tay and perfectly satisfactory, ship It back to at AT OUR EXPENSE and your 13.20 will be promptly refunded. How oouia any otter be fairer t iotj don't risk cent. Ordert for Arit., Cel., Co!., Idaho. Mont.. Nev.. N. M.,Ore., Utah. Wasb.. or Wyo., mult be on the basis of 4 quarts for 4.04 by Expresa Pre paid or 0 quart for 15JJ4, by Freight Prepaid. Write our nearest office and do It NOW. THE HAYNER DISTILLING COMPANY liM Jj rMVATESTOCKjJ Atlanta, 6a. Dayton, O. 03 DnrrnxuT, Taor, O. St. Louis, Mo .St. Paul,M!nn. Established 1860. i IS YOUR PROPERTY FOR SALE 7 If bo, let us get a buyer for it. We are in a position to handle Real Estate of all kinds, regardless of location. ' Write ua what you littve to soli, with description and price and we will do our best for you The Crescent City Realty Co., -" Crescent City, Florida 3 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, 6:00 a in; No. 10, 5:50 p m. 1 Arrive Palatka, Soiitlibouud, No. 1,9:50 p m. " f No. 9, 10:50 a ni. Schedules given above are snbjectjto change without notice, and the time of arrival and departure of traina is not guaranteed. . Through Pullman cars from Tifton to Atlanta, Chattanooga, Nashville, St. Louis and Chicago all-the-year-round, Elegant sleeping cars bntwoen Valdosta 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. S. P. Pabbott, Vice Pres. Chas. B. Rhodes, Gen. Passenger Agt Macon, Oa. Florida East Coast Railway. Local Time Card No. 62. Corrected to Sept. 7, 1905. ' SOUTH-BOUND-READ DOWN. NORTH-BOUND READ UP. 00 o c ti a o c 2 H c o o M C a u 3 oa No. 00 Dally 00 p 5 07 p 6 15 p e oa p 10 p TUp 8 p 8 26 p 9 10 p 7 60 p imp S 10 p 8 41 p 8 63 p 01 pi 0 if Pj io n a 10 89 a! 10 46 a 96 p 10 00 p 10 89 p a oo a 10 89 II 11 18 p il m p 11 63 p 13 Ma 11 51 a 1 89 a 1 66 a 9 18 a 9 33 a 138 a 9 89 a 8 08 a 8 97 a 4 01 a 4 S3 a t 43 a 6 87 a 46 a B RH A 8 34 a 36 a Dally Kl, Bun. 8 00 a 10 80 a No. SO Dally 9 40 a 9 48 a 10 65 11 33 a 11 60 12 15 p 11 9) a 9 00 p 8 00 a; 13 82 p 13 47 p 13 65 p 1 36 p 1 39 p 1 61 p 9 15 P Ar . Ar . Lv Lv . 8 44 p 8 65 p 4 00 p a 36 p 9 51 p S 30 p io oo a: 8 80 p 4 09 pj 4 13 P t 46 p 4 64 p 6 87 p 6 39 p, 8 46 p 7 08 p 1 19 P 7 17 p 1 vs p 7 66 p 8 14 p 8 61 p 18 p 9 38 p 10 31 p 10 80 p 10 43 p 11 07 p II io p STATIONS No. IS Daily Jacksonville So. Jacksonville ......... St. AupUHtlno w. , Hastings . East Palatka ..... ..Palatka.... Palntka.. . , San Mateo... Ban Mateo.. Neo?a Bmuiells . Dupont Ormond ..... Daytona Port Orange... .....New Smyrna.... Lv Ar Lv Ar Lv Lake Helen .Orange City ..Orange Olty Junction.. ....w..New Smyrna. , Oak Bill Tltusvllle Ar . Lv Lv . . fianford . .. Sanford ........ Tltusvllle Cocoa. . ......... Rockledge....w....., Run Oallle.. ............. Melbourne ......, ....... Sebastian ;.......8t. Lucie Fort Fierce Tlbbala Eilen Jensen. Stuart Hobe Bound West Jupiter ...West Palm lleach .Boynton Delray ...Fort Lauderdale. Panla Hallandale ..... Lemon City Miami HOMESTEAD EXTENSION Lv Miami Ar Ar ...Homestead Lv No. ". Daily 1 00 p a bj p 5 60 1 4 65 p 4 81 V 4 10 p J5 00J) 3 10 p 3 57 p 3 44 p 8 37 p 3 10 p 3 00 p 3 60 p I 3U p 13 45 p 11 85 p 13 30 p 3 30 Ii 1 64 p 1 18 p 8 60 a 8 43 a 7 40 a 6 49 a J38a OIHlii 6 56 a 7 60 a! 6 60 a! 6 3 5 99 a 4 69 a 4 47 a 4 36 ai 4 15 a 10 oo a 'Tib p 13 84 p 13 30 p 11 6H a 11 41 a 11 04 a 10 1J al lllitn 9 :i'J a 9 M n 9 31 al 9 11 a 8 43 a 8 94 a1 7 4S a 7 30 a 7 10 a 6 In a 6 HI n 5 6:1 a 5 ."4 a 6 3 a 8 10 p 0 64 li 6 45 p 4 03 a 3 39 a 800a 10 00 a 9 HO a 3 00 a 3 19 a a 10 a 1 44 a 1 84 a 11 51 13 00 n 11 65 p 11 33 p! 11 IN n 11 13 p 11 0 p 1U BH p. 10 19 p' 9 46 pi 9 14 p 9 04 p 8 15 p 8 00 p ft p 7 3J V 7 20 p Dally Kx. Sua. 8 80 p 1 00 p CO n n rt- o" i O u 2 o s H I 5 w K) ts 3 D. 00 No. 3 Sun. Only lOOp a 08 pi 3 40 p 3 45 p 6 OOP No. SI Sun. Only No. 19 Dally 10 10 10 18 a 10 60 a 10 65 a 11 10 a 6 00 p e 08 p 6 4U p: 6 45 p 7 00 p No. 17 Daily Ex. Sun. 8 20 a 8 38 a 8 69 a 9 04 a 9 30 a KATPOKT BRANCH Lv .Jacksonville. Ar Ar ...8o. Jacksonville . Lv " Pablo nearh " Atlantic Beacll " .........Mayport. " No. 18 Daily 7 45 a 7 37 n 7 01 1 00 a 6 45 a No. SO Nun. 4)nly 12 30 p 13 2i li 11 Ml a 12 49 11 30 a No. 2 Daily 5 ro pi 6 '2 2 p 4 60 p 4 4D pi 4 80 p; PENlNSUtAR AND OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS AT MIAMI. Cloae Connection Made at Miami with Steamships of (he P. & 0. S. S. Company For HAVANA AND KEY WEST. Thefta Time Tables show tho time nt which traina may be expoctod to arrive at and depart from the several stations, but their arrival or departure nt the tlmas Htaltd la not giinranieed nor Is this Company to bo hold responsible ror any delays or any consequoncus arising therefrom For Copy of the LOCAL TIME CARD or Other Information , "SEE THE TICKET AGENT." J. D. RAHNER, Asst. Gen'l Pass. Agt., ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA, Effective June 3d. 1905. schedule figures for Mayport Branch and Homestead Extension shown above will be changed ; additional trains being put into service between Jacksonville and Mayport and the service between M larul and Homestead being reduced to one train a day each way, For correct schedule see any Agent of the F. E. 0. Ry. SOUTHERN RAILWAY, fS EFFECTIVE AUG. 6, 191)5. Two Vestibule Trains East. No 34 Lv Jacksonville, Fla .. So By Lt Josup, Ga ...Solly Ly Savannah, (la ... . 8n l!y Ar Columbia Bo By Ar Charlotte So Ky Ar Greensboro So By Ar Danville . go Ky li Ilia 11 40 a 1 20 p 6 06 p 10 IS p 1 is a i 21 a Richmond So By 6 5J a Ar l.ynchhurn.... Ho By I 4 34 a Ar Charlottesville So Iiy 8 IK a Ar WiisUinmon So By I 0 50 a Ar Baltimore PBHliia Ar I'hllaUelpliia P K K I 45 p Ar New York. P B B 4 15 p No 30 7 5fip 10 4Up 12 ISu 0 t 0 o-'M 11 Ma 3 Ilia 0 42a 4 20p 0 lllp 8 5-p 11 SSp 2 .5a 6 Sua No. .14 "New York and Florl la Express" Dailv l'ullman Drawing Room Sleeping Car between l'oro Tampa, Jaclonvllle ana Hew York. No 30 "Washington and Fla. Limited." Dully 1'ultaan I irawlng-Room Sleeping Car, J;kson vllleto New York. Through "The Land of the Sky." Lv Jacksonville Fla - Lv Savaunah, Oa , Ar Columhlx, 8 0 Ar Ashovllln. NO ... Ar Hot Springs, NO... r Knoxviile, Tenn .... Ar Louisville Ar 8t lxuls Ar Cincinnati. Ohio.... So Ky , So By .So Bv so Ry . So Ry So Ky . SoRy ..SoBV .. No 30 ? 5 P 12 15a G IKla 1 5"p 2 37 p 6 )p 8 6, :a 4 ftP 8 l.ra No. .Hi Dally Pullman Urawlng-Ronm and Buffet Sleeping Car between Jacksonville and St. Louis. Two Trains Daily To Washington and " New York. North and V, oat. No 1? Lv Jacksonville, Fla. ..So Ry Lv Jesup, Oa So By Ar Macon, 'Gu So By Ar Atlanta, (ia Mo Ky Ar Borne, Ua So Ry Ar Dalton, a -o By Ar Chattanooga, Tenn So Ry Ar Lexington. y Q Jt c Ar Cincinnati, UI1I0....Q it I 4i)i! in :,p 3 5 2a I K:a B 2vu II 4. a 5 gup. 7 Ji Lv (iuctnnatl, U...h.lg Four ....1 ti 4upi Ar Chicago, III mgFourj 7 ! a; Lv Cincinnati, O . Pa Llnosl . I 8 U5pl ArChlcago fa Llnes 7 iua Lv Clnclnuatl C 11 Ji 11 .1 4'ipi Ar Chicago CHAt;;... 7 liMttl Lv Cincinnati CHAD .... 4ip Ar Toledo C H k D . . . 5 '.'oa! Ar Detroit. .. ....PM . 7 2fla Lv Cincinnati.... Pa Lines, . I H :mp! ArFUlnburg Pa Lines! I 5 55a' Lv Cincinnati Big Vourl ...I V Wlpi ...77. ArCleveland Big Vnnr'.... 6 4a Lv Ixlngton So By.. at Louisville so Ky . Ar St. Lou I a ... . . ..So By 1 5 tt. 8 Kin 1 MA No 13 "The Florida Limited." lially solid vestibule train through dny coaches and Pull man sleeping cars Jacksonville to Cincinnati. NORTHWEST. I Lv Jacksonville Bo Ry Lv Jesup So By Ar Mucon So Ry Ar Atlanta .80 By Ar Annlston, Ala. .. So Ry Ar Birmingham, Ala So Ry Ar Memphis, Teun . . .....Krlsoo Ar Kansas city. Mo Frisco 45pi sup I . (Ha. . Via . 42a I . 4."M! . o:.p . 4Ua I . I, Memphis ...j Ar Hot Swings, Ark ! 9 'P !Oa! No 1S-T!i Florida Limited." Dally Poll man Drawing Room Sleeping ears between Jacksonville, Birmingham, Memphis and Kansas City. ARRIVALS AT JAClWONVILLK. From Hew York, Washington, etc. No. 2S, "Washlngt in and Florida Limited," 0:0 From Chlcsgu, C nclnnatl, Chattanooga, etc No 14, ' Florida I lmlted'' 9:H." a m Fm Kansas (ity. Memphis, Birmingham, etc No 14, "Florida Llmlled," A:!ia a From Cincinnati. Ashevllie' et No. i', ''Washington a'td Florida 1,1ml 1 -d, '' a From New York, Wa nluglon etc No. 'CJ, ' New Y.k and Florida Express." (.-" p 1 ExCO'lnt Dl"i" C?r service. J. O. LOSK, District Passenger Agent, 1W Wen Ray "'reel, Jacksonville, Fla, O. II. ACKEKT, O. M, W. II. TA YLOE, G. P. A. S. H. 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