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Orange Box Haterial Hay Grain Fertilizer g and the Best Line of Fresh Fancy Groceries To secure choice va- 1 a rieties of Table Sup- plies is our constant g tj study. We ought to 1 u excel. '" J i We do Excel. i J. W. MILLER'S I Cresoent City, Fla. uraociaaano'a'a'aaaaaDBBisecEn . . -00 un Our new line of BB 1 SHOES I rii or Men, Women H p;; and Children "' should attract your atteu- uu tion if you aa after the Be "5 kind that are guaranteed gfj 22 to wear well. We can't aa nu afford to keep any other pa kind. At the same time gg ul; we have endeavored to com ya un bine style with wearing g qualities, and after you gg have tried ou a pair you on ua will acknowledge our sue- go ua ctM' . v jj Of Course Everybody eg "in these diggings" knows gg fit how we excel in no g Groceries. gg J The new goods for the B uu Thanksgiving season are sib jJH now coining In. You can OB jjy depend on Fresh Groceries jjjjj at. ga oa CLChambsrlin'sii up; Crescent City. bu 'jr? ' HO jr, ecccEEBEEEBBEBEEannaaHUJia Perwsal Mil Social I Take I lk. Ml It will cure Chills ,! and Fever, Headaches, m m w i a n Z IjUIUS ailU UU1UU9I1W99 .X , i ONLY 25 GENTS. " For Sale at I Lound's Drug Store Crescent City, Fla. i Fresh Line of Garden Seed, i Genuine Bermuda Onion Seed. oi jonns Kivr or vacuum. The Beach & MOIer Una, Steamer CRESCENT. - Leave, Jackson vllle on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturday, at 8:9 a. m. for Orwa Cora, Paiatka, Cresoent City and principal Waj Landings Returnlng.leavsaCroaeontelty oa Wadnaa days, Friday, and Monday! at 7 a. m. JaoksonvlUa wharf footol Laura Strssi. Telephone 88, P atka wharf foot of Umbo rt JOHN VINCENT, D. Q. B. Artistic Barber. Hair Cutting in all approved style. . Give me a call. 0EE8CENT OITY, FLORIDA. A. C.TORREY. Undertaker and Embalmer. Full line of Caskets and Oofflut. Telephone CRESCENT C1TT IXOBiDA Crescent City Traasfsr Co., Meet all trains at Cteeouit City Juno- Hon. Night trains' by appointment. 8. H. LABBEE. Manager. Siillf fliil For Sale by all dealers W. B. 8HOTWCLL Builds Row Boats, K.l .n d0"". buggiee and make all a itLr TO? work "P1 hop .MESr MARKET. r.h. wwnuij, 1 la. tr.rii'7 rk 8"&rBted at mod. Crescent City Hews CRESCENT CITY. la one of the most beautiful locations in Florida. Tourists will find it an ideal spot to spend the winter, or pass a tew days of keen delight. ' The town is on Orescent Lake (an arm of the St. Johns Elver) 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. 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 oenter 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 houses at mode rate rates. Beautiful shaded walks and bloyole paths. OBKRCENT CITT TKMPIRirURl FOB TBI WEEK ENDING), NOVRMBKB ird, 106. 1. D, WILLIAMS- UUHKKVKH. Max. Ifln. for tor. 1 a. at. a r. k. 1 1 . m. t ha. mm October. 28. Saturday, a. Sunday. 50. Monday 51. Tuesday.... November, . Wednesday 2. Thursday... a, Friday aft 7 S 67 U w tl 14 79 71 7 eg en st M 0 n 10 M 74 72 71 n 64 G. Joseph Braddock and little son were visitors to Paiatka last Mon day. Miss Helen Norton spent last week In Jacksonville on visit to her brother. She returned on Friday. Mrs. J. C. Bash ford of Como spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Harper, leaving Monday for Jack sonville, where she was to attend the wedding of Mrs. Anna Clark on Wednesday. F. W. Thurber has arrived for the winter from his summer home in At tleboro, Mass. Mr. Thurber is one of our oldest winter visitors, and one whom It Is always a pleasure to see. Mrs. Anna Clark, daughter of the late George Long, was married in Jacksonville last Wednesday. Mrs. Clark formerly lived at Huntington, where Mr. Clark died some three years ago. The Ingalls Bros, of Vermont III arrive at their winter home In Huntington this week. Their grove property Is In splendid condition and has quite a large crop of fruit nearly ready for shipment. Mr. and Mrs. Coward are now set tled In their new borne on the lake Stella peninsula. It la Mr. Coward's purpose to go extensively Into the growing of vegetables for the local market, a business in which he is an expert. Mrs. B. C. Ivory and Master Wal ter Lynch arrived from the north last Saturday evening and are again at their pleasant home on Market street. Capt. Ivory came several weeks ago and had the house all ready for their reception. Mrs. Ella Apgar of Jacksonville was the guest or ars. b. b. snaw during alt of last week, returning home on Monday last. This was Mrs. Apgar's first visit to Interior Florida and she expressed herself as delighted with Crescent City and tha river trip. Mrs. G. T. Thompson baa returned to Huntington after several month's visit with friends in the north, and Is at present the guest of Mrs. Cheat ham. Mrs. Thompson has leased her home in Huntington for the winter to Editor Hale and family of Eaat Hartford. Conn., who will ar rive early in January. Mrs. E. D. Lynch and niece, Miss Florence Lee, a charming young lady of Worcester. Mass., arrived Tuesday night on the Crescent. Tliev came via. Clyde Line with Mrs. Ivory, but stayed over In Jack sonville two or three days to enjoy the pleasures and sights of Florida's metropolis.. Chas W. Benhain of Evansville, Ind., was In town last Friday ana Saturday, a guest at Crescent Inn. Mr. Benham lived here some 17 years ago and Is well known to all older cltisens. His short, infrequent visits, give pleasure to all. Mr. Ben ham is a commercial traveler, and looks prosperous. Wild turkeys and deer are report ed to be quite plentiful pn the east side of lake Crescent. A party from this place got two deer last week and one other party early in the present week saw six, though not successful in securing any of them. Most every one who has a shot gun In the family has been Indulging in quail. Misses Addle Grace and Hilda Waterman entertained a large party of their young friends at their home south of town last Friday evening. It was a Hallow'een party, a little delayed but none the less entoyable. The young people from town went oat la a "traw ride" party, having for ehanerons Mrs. D. W. Benham and MUs Jessie Burton, L. A. Ballard is here for a week or ten days to look after his orange grove and see his friends. Mr. Bal lard now lives at Richmond, Lake Co., where he has big kaolin interests and Is manager of the mine. During the past summer he has been enjoy ing a rest at northern mountain re sorts. H. G. Hennlg, superintendent of the "Llsnaro" grove, says that this grove will ship about 1,000 boxes of oranges this season. He made his first shipment of round oranges on Monday. Mr. Bennlg Is a most painstaking manager and the Llsna no grove, under his direction has been kept in fine condition and made good progress this Beasou. Llsnaro will be a heavy bearer the coming year. Mr. and Mrs. Ira C. Pratt of Crop sey, 111., arrived on Friday of last week and for the time being and un til they can get their own home ready, are living in the C. A. Pratt residence With them Is their sonJ Mr. George W. Pratt, and Mrs. Pratt of Onarga,, 111., and Mesdames Ash ley and Paine also from the same section of Illinois. This party of pleasant people will remain here all winter, and constitutes the advance guard of our winter visitors for the season of 1905-07. The street lamps and posts were placed in position this week, and for all we know the lights are already on. The lamps are beautiful and should shed a bright light on the streets. This is one more sensible improvement the town has made and one that is on a par with the Central avenue sidewalk. Crescent City is now getting to the fore, and is getting a good run for the tax money her citizens have been paying for the privilege of being one of the towns to be dignified with a mayor and board of aldermen. Well colored fruit has been going forward all this week and on Mon day the number of boxes rail Into the hundreds. .There were big ship ments from the Haw Creek Security Grove Co., Chas. B. Gowen, Capt. J. W. Miller and Collins B. Hubbard's Llsnaro" grove. This latter grove sent forward a lot of well colored round oranges.- There were many tangerines from Haw Creek, and grapefruit from the Gowen and Mil ler groves. On Wednesday 'Squire L. Burton made a heavy shipment of tangerines which were nioely col ored. Mr. Burton has one of the most promising tangerine groves In this section and for the size of his trees has probably the best crop. It evidently does not pay to raise turkeys In this section, else there is knack of procedure not generally understood. Mrs. Baker, the lady now 'living on the old Hicks place near Fruitland, where she conducts large farm, started in the season with 120 young turkeys, now she has two. They have all died, not all at one time, but a Jew eaoh week until nearly all are now beyond the perils of Thanksgiving and Christmas. Mrs. Baker states that she had hoped to supply the Paiatka market this holi day time, now she can not supply the requirements of her own table. She has a large farm and an ideal range for turkeys and other fowl. She takes the best care of them, and yet hea efforts to raise them have proved a total failure. The Coming; Bible Conference. The News has received the follow ing letter from Rev. L. S. Chafer, president of the Southfleld Bible Conference association, which tells of the plans for the coining meeting. The News gladly gives place to the letter In full: East Northfield, Mass. Nov. 8, 11)05. Dear Mr. Russell : No doubt many friends, in and about Crescent City, are anxious to know something of the plans for a Conferenee the coming season, and therefore I write you the following facts. ' The Conference is to be held from Fnbruarr 15th to March 4th. The list of speakers Is well made up. We exDecfr Rev. James M. Gray V. It. of Chicago, Dean of the Moody Bible Institute as tlie leading speaRer. Al so Dr. Elmo Harris. President of the Canadian Bible School in Toronto, Mr. A. C. Gaebeleiu and myseir. Mr. Stebblns will help in the music i heretofore. There Is a very large and increas- iixr interest iu this Conference all through the north, and everything points to a large attendance. We Will doubtless need every available place for entertainment, and l nope the people will be willing to make a real effort, If need be, to provide for these guests We are urging that entertainment be secured as early as possible. 1 ne plan Ol ine vimiirrriicc win ua unchanged, the teaching being along the same general lines. It has come to me indirectly, that some of the past teaching seemed to some to be unimportant and narrow. In this connection 1 would state t tint all Christian thinking is sharply di vided to-day, over the authority of the Scriptures. One class contend ing thatScripture must be discarded, if conflicting with reason; which Is no more than personal opinion. The other class contending that Scripture is above human reason ana snouio be accepted as a final revelation to man. Our Conference stands for ine authority and inspiration of the Scriptures, and we can not make place for the testimony of any other lir.t nf tHUchinsr. U is Imposstoie to nna any nme nihla teacher to-day who does not hold all the troths we have heard in the (Conferences. There are plenty nf nroachiira who Use texts from the Bible, who might nlve us their opin ions, but Bible-Teachers belong to another class; being careful students of the Scriptures ana are cwicernen Anlv with what the Bible really teaches, and receive that teaching as final. Thia Is the purpose of our Conference. Any light on the teach ing of Scripture will always be wel comed. I regret much that Dr. Scofleld is to be abroad this season and there fore Is not available. Dr. Gray and Dr. Harris are both men of national reputation and are called to teach in the largest centers In the world. With best wishes, I am, Very Truly, Yours, L. S. Chafer. - LAKE COMO. Mr. and Mrs. Philip Diggett of Sheffield, England, Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Dlggett and bright little son Law son, of Daytona, Fla , have been the guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Gable. They have gone to their old home, "The Heights," for a week's outing, where they will hunt and fish. Mr. and Mrs. Philip Diggett were here six years ago, Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Diggett and son, are former residents, but have been livine at Daytona several years. All have many friends here, who are delighted to see them again, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Sullivan are nt housekeeping in their home, "Eight Oaks." The gunners are out in full force. Quail are plentiful in this section. Mr. and Mrs. Ed. F. Sullivan after several weeks of chills and fever, brought with them from Crystal River, Fla., are slowly recovering. We are having ideal weather now, rain Is needed, but the heavy dews nelp tne gardens very mucli. There was preaching in the M. E. church, Sunday a. m. by the pastor, Kev. W. U. Kector. Horace Prior is rebuilding his barn destroyed by Are one week Bgo Sunday. THE GAME OF LIFE. Tour Own Resolution, and Not Fate, Deals the Cards. Many a man has tried to Justify bis failure on the ground that he was doomed by the cards which fate dealt him, that be must pick tuein up and play the game and that no effort, how ever great, on his part could materially change the result. But, my yonug friend, the fate that deals your cards Is In the main your own resolution. The result of the game does not rest with fate or destiny, but with you. You will take the trick If you have tbe superior energy, ability and determina tion requisite to take It. You have the power within yourself to change the value of the cards which, you say, fute has dealt you. Tbe game depends upon your training, upon the way you are disciplined to seize and use your op portunities and upon your ability to put grit In the place of superior advantages. Just because circumstances do some times give clients to lawyers and pa tients to phyBlclans, put commonplace clergymen lu uncommon pulpits and place the sons of the rich at the head of great corporations even when tliey have only average ability and scarcely any experience, while poor youths with greater ability and more experi ence often have to fight their way for years to' obtain ordinary situations, are you justified In starting out with out a chart or In leaving a place for luck in your programme? Whnt would yon think of the captain of a great liner who would start out to sea with out any port In view und trust to luck to land his precious cargo safely? Did you ever know of a strong young man making out his life programme and depending upon chance to carry out any part of It? Men who depend upon "luck" do not think it -worth while to make a thorough preparation for success. They are not willing to pay the regular price for It. They are looking for bargains. They are hunting for short cuts to success. Power gravitates to the man who knows how. "Luck Is the tide; nothing more. The strong mon rows with it If It makes toward his port. He rows against it If It flows the other way." Success. Another Big Wagon; i Load of Hew Shoes Direct from the factory. Tills 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 $1.00 to $4.00 per' pair for men's shoes, and $1.00 to J I $3.50 per pnlr Jot ladles' and from 25c to $2.00 per pair for boys and girls' shoes. You should see our men's dark I blue serge suits for $10 00. The i men that send you leaflets with samples will not duplicate them lets than $12.50 per suit. Don't forgot 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. TO RENT Pleasant furnished nyni i.uiciiin v a if, ii,. nuuni.nvvj,,,,,. Address O. L. Chamberlin, Cres cent uixy, rn. Master's Sale Foreclosure. UNDER and by virtue of a decree of foreclos ure and sale rendered in the circuit court of the Eighth Judicial Circuit of the State o Florida, In and for Putnam County, by the Honorable Jnmea T. Wills, Judge of Bald Court. dated the 30tn day of Hent, A. !).. 1905, wherein consolidate! uroeery t o., is complainant, ana John C. Bowdon Is defendant, I will sell at public auction, for cash, to the highest and best bidder, at the front door of the Court House In Paiatka In said County of Putnam, on the First Monday In December, the same oeing tne 4tn aayoisaia inonui, auring tne legal hours of sale, on that day, all the follow ing described land, situate, lying and being In the County of Putnam and State of Florida: Lot Thirty nine ()) In block number Two (2), In town of lnterlacben. Putnam County, Fla. HENRY 8TUUNZ, Special Muster in Chancery. JOH. W. FRA3HEK. Ea..( Solicitor for Complainant, Paiatka, Fla., Oct. 30, im. 1l-:i-H I. Spencer, Dentist. Office at Residence on Froipect Street. Cresoent City, - - Florida Dinner In a Bell. in the tower of Erfurt cathedral hangs a huge bell ten feet high and thirty feet In circumference, weiguing thirteen tons. Within this in July, 1713, dined ten of the town's most opulent burghers on dishes cooked In a kitchen temporarily erected on the beam that supported the ponderous mass of tintlnuabulary metal. To cele brate this repast medals were struck, having on the obverse the portraits of the guests and on the reverse tha rep resentation of the curious scene. A Balky Male. It is stated on the authority of offi cers in the Confederate army that a balky mule decided the battle of uet tvahnrir. The southern and northern troops were both attempting to reach an eminence the position or wnicn practically decided the battle, and the southern column was blocked by a balky mule Just long enough to enable the northern troops to gain the emi nence, and so that balky mule really decided the battle. Luck or Good Management. "I heard Crabbe say he had nevr had such luck In his business as he's having now, but I didn't understand whether it was good mok or bad." "Oh, he meant bad luck, of course! If it were good luck he wouldn't speak cf It as 'luck' at all." Philadelphia Iedger ' Over LHlalf a 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 States Senate, Wsihingtoa, D. C. ' "I have found Hayner Whiskey exceptionally fins for table and medicinal purposes." Wm. M. Stewart. U. 8. Senstor from Nevada. A FULL $11.20 EXPRESS QUARTS PREPAID (l!!H fil?FFR W will send yon la a plain sealed case, with no UUN Urrtll muU to rtow contents. FOUR FULL QUART BOTTLES OP HAYNER PRIVATE STOCK RYB FOR I3J0, and w wul pay the express charzea. Take It home and sample it, taavs your doctor test svery bottle if you wisn. u nen yon aon i nna u ju.i u wo and perfectly satisfactory. ship it back to us AT OUR HArKWoo snayour $3.20 win be promptly refunded. How could any ofler be fairer t Yon don't risk a cant Orders for Arts., CaL.CeL. Idaho. Mont, Nev.,N. Men.. Ore U(h, W !.. or Wyo.. must be on the basis of 4 Quarts for S4.00 by fcxpress Fre pald or Smarts for SiSJtO, by freight Prepaid. . Write oar nearest office and do it NOW. THE HAYNER DISTILLING COMPANY Atlanta, 6a. , Dayton, O. 9U Louie, Mo .St Paul.lllnn. Ml DumuuBT, Trot, O. Established 186. I RTVATI STOlM. awMUKTI n1 'KkiJ4-'iJJl1 n - IS YOUR PROPERTY FOR SALE 7 If so, let ns get a buyer for it. We are in a position to handle Real Estate of nil kinds, regardless of location. Write ns what you have to sell, with description and price and ws. will do our best for you The Crescent Qity Realty Co., Crescent City. Florida TliTrTtTTTXTITTTTJl?7TrrTITTTTTTttirTYTTTTTT2 G. S. & F. Railway. The Best Route to Macon, Atlanta, Columbus, Americus, Birmingham, Valdosta, Montgomery and Northern Points. Two Trains Daily.Northbound. Leave Paiatka, No. 2, 6:00 a m ; No. 10, 5:50 p m. ' Arrive Paiatka, Southbound, No. 1,9:60 p m. " " " No.19. 10:50 a ni. Schedules given above are subjectito'change without notice, and the time of arrival and departure of trains is not guaranteed. Through Pullman cars from Tiftoti to Atlanta, Chattanooga, Nashville, St. Louis and Chicago all-the-year-round, Elegant sleeping cars between 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 ej;c. will be gladly furnished upon application to C. A. MAULL, '.Depot Ticket Agent, Paiatka. S. F. Parrott, Vice Pres. Chas. B. Bhodks, Gen. Passenger Agt Macon, Ga. Florida East Coast Railway. Local Time Card No. 62. Corrected to Sept. 7, 1995. SOUTH-BOUND READ DOWN. NORTH-BOUND READ UP. No. 09 Daily 00 a c RJ 0 l B 2 H c o u cd O bo c a 53 3 No. 9 Dally 5 00 p I 07 p 15 p 6 63 p 7 10 p 1 88 p 5 p 8 W VI 1 60 p S 03 p 8 10 p 8 41 p S (3 pi 1)4 p 9 25 p 10 11 a 10 3D a 10 15 a 35 P 10 00 p 10 3 Pi 9 00 a 10 39 u 11 18 p li n p 11 53 p la us a li 51 al 1 89 a 1 55 a 1 18 a 1 93 a 9 98 a 3 89 a 8 08 a 8 97 a 04 a 4 89 a 4 49 a 87 a 8 40 a t 58 a 6 91 a 88 a Daily KI. Sun. 9 40 i V 48 i 10 55 i 11 31 i 11 60 i 19 IS 11 91 STATIONS JjH'kSijivllle J i k-IM '.lil' Kt. AlUUKl !,t .....HtbPi MIH Kk t I' luik.i 9 01 8 01 19 31 19 47 19 1 91 1 81 1 51 9 15 8 4 3 r.l 00 9 M 9 51 Plar . pUr . PiLr . 1 P P P P P P 1 .... 1- .1 It 4.. . . .... iMIillli l .. Lv No. 78 Dally No. Dally 7 oo n 6 5 'i p G 50 l 4 51 1 4 81 1 10 p Em ti I...... Lvi 1000 5 31 4 0.1 4 13 4 43 1 M 6 37 6 9 J 45 7 01 7 19 7 IT 7 98 7 66 8 11 8 51 9 18 9 94 10 91 10 SO 10 49 11 07 11 16 i--,k.. :. i.'.n t'i'.i f (.'ty Otvinso i i;y J iilK'linn.. M ,v i :n rnu 0..k Hill TltllnlllB 4 r, 00 p: LvPa H) i An H 2 J 8 'ol p 3 i I p 3 37 p 3 HI p 3 00 p 60 p 9 30 p 19 15 I 81 p 11 ao p 9 90 p I I4 1 15 p Lv S .i ("i-'l , , Hqiif.-rd .."i'ii av-lllo r Wua lCottklodpe...-. Eim On I lie , Mh'Iv. ill-no , Ki'lMHtlan 8t. I.ui'le r ,rt pierce TiliH.ila K.lB J.ini'n.. 8:. I it II i H.mnil Wu t .1 II t.lt.-r Woflt 1'rtlm Utiliru . liuylltnn lHV,r:iy Fnrt Lxinlertlulu DhiiIji II;i.llRnlnle. Lemi n City Mlnml 1IOMKSTKAI) EXTENSION 8 50 a 8 49 a 7 40 a 6 49 a 6 9 a oo a 65 a 7 60 a 6 60 a 5 86 a 6 99 a 4 69 a 1 47 a 4 3 4 16 a 6 10 pi 6 61 p 6 45 p lu Oi) a 1 15 v 19 81 pi 19 30 p 11 64 a1 11 44 a 11 in ii 10 li a 10 16 a 9 3D a liti. 0 ;l a 9 11 n 8 42 n H 94 a 7 4h a 7 20 ft 7 10 ft 6 is a o io ft 6 58 5 :'l ai 6 93 n 4 05 a 8 39 a 3 00a 10 00 a 9 00 a 8 00 a Lv Ml iml Ai- ..; 8 80 p 10 80 a Ar Ht.mmleftil Lv 1 00 p a oo a 9 19 a 9 16 1 44 a 1 34 a 11 61 l i 00 n 11 65 p 11 32 p 11 18 p 11 13 p 11 01 p 10 88 p 10 19 p 9 45 p 9 18 p V 08 p 8 15 d 8 06 p 7 r.4 D 7 29 p 1 20 p Dolly ex. Sun, CO C y n o n n p (A o s H 3 (A K) 3 & 00 11 ' No. S3 Ko. 81 No. 10 !Diiny MAYPORT UKANCH No. 18 No. 23 Bun. Sun. Da, id. "KT "1'AJ.cn Da) s ,. Db Only Only gun. "J' 9 00 P 10 10 a 00 p 8 Ofl a I.T Jw ksnnvlllfi Ar 7 45 a 12 KO p 5 30 p .. t 08 p 10 18 a 8 08 p 8 98 a Ar ...8o. J i.-kwmvl le Lv 7 87 ft 12 23 p 5 29 p , 40 P 10 60 a 6 40 p 8 69 a ' P IjI" IVftc-li " 7 03 a 11 60 a 4 60 p ............ 3 45 p 10 65 a 8 43 p 9 04 a " Atliuitli: lifiich ' 7 40 a 12 4.3 a 4 45 p 8 00 p 11 10 a 7 00 p 9 9J a " Mnyixirt " IS 43 u 11 SO a 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. Thess Time Tables show tho limes at whlfh trains may i xprtil to nrrlvo at and depart from the several stations, but their arrival or departure nt tin; luiu rt Mini, ,1 Ih not guaranteed nor Is this Company to be held responslulo fur any delays or n uy consequoucus arlaing 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. 19.15. schedule figures for May port Branch and Homestead Extension shown above will be changed; additional trains being put into service between Jacksonville and May port and the service between Miami and Homestead being reduced to one train a day each way. For correct schedule see any Agent of the F E. 0. Ky. SOUTHERN RAILWAY. NS EFFECTIVE AUG. 6, 1905. Two Vestibule Trains East. No 34 NoSJ Lv Jacksonville, Fla Lv Jeeup, Ga Ly Savannah, Oa . . . Ar Columbia Ar Charlotte Ar Greensboro ., Ar Danville . So By So By So By ,.8o By .So By ..So By so B y 9 Ilia 11 40 a 1 20 p 6 55 p 10 16 p 1 13 a 2 21 a Rlohmond. So By 653a Ar LynchburR Ar Charlottesville.. Ar Washington ... r Baltimore Ar Philadelphia ... Ar New lorn .. KoBy ... SoKy ...So By P B B ..P R K 4 34 a 6 IB a 9 50a II 8ii a 1 45 p ....P B B I 4 16 p 7 5flp 10 4llp 12 15il 6 Olla 9 6fa IT Ma 9 10a 0 42a 4 iip 6 Hip 9 6 p 11 25p 9 35a 6 30a No. S4 "New York and Flort-la Exnrera" nailv Pullman Drawing Boom BUeptng Car between Pore Tampa, Jacsionvllte and New York. No. 30 "Washington and Fla. Limited." Daily Pullman Jh-awlug-Buom Sleeping Car, Jackson ville to New York. Through "The Land ot the Sky.' No 30 Lv JaoksonvlUle, Fla . . Lv Savannah, Oa ....... Ar Columbia, S 0 Ar Ashevllle. NO r Hot Springs, NO... it Knoxvllle, Tenn. Ar Louisville Ar St Louis Ar Cincinnati, Ohio. . . . So Ry , Bo By ..So By . Co By ..8o By . 8o Hy . So By ..So Bv ,.gc 7 5'ip 19 1.3a 6 Olla 1 6lp 2 37p 6 ll.lp 8 6- 4 Sp 8 15a No. 80 Dally Pullman Drawing-Room and Buffet Sleeping Oar between Jacksonville and St. Louis. Two Trains Daily To Washington and New York. North and West. No. U Lv Jacksonville, Fla. . . Lv Jeeuu. Oa Ar Mucou, Oa Ar Atlanta, ua Ar Rome, Oa Ar Daltou, Oa Ar Ohattanooga, Tenn Ar Lexington. Ky.u... Ar Cincinnati, Ohio So By So By So By So Ky .SoRy vo Hy So Ky 1 4.-P 111 3 IM.al 6 20a 7 3a 8 2iia 9 t.' e aip 7 4llp Lv Cincinnati, On.llle Four. 8 4Mp Ar Chicago, 111 Big Fourl 7 Ha Lv Cincinnati, O . Pu Llnosi I 8 &pl Ar Chicago. t'a Lliies .. 7 tca Lv Cincinnati C H S I). . 1 8 45p Ar Chicago OH A PI... . 7 2-V Lv Cincinnati C HAD 9 43p Ar Toledo OUtC ... 5 Ma1 Ar Detroit p M . 7 a.3al Lv Cincinnati.. ArJMttebin-g Lv Cincinnati , ArCleveland... .Pa Lines; Pa Lines1 8 .Kip; 5 55a1 .Big k'ouri .Big Foun. 9 Slip) 46a Lv lxliigton.. Ar liOulsvllte.. Ar St. Louis ..So Kyi. Sj By ..so Byl 6 ip 8 Hip! 7 Sa' No 13 "The Florida Limited." Pally solid vestibule train through day coaches and Pull man sleeping oars Jacksonville to Cincinnati. NORTHWEST. No. IS Lv Jacksonville...... SoKy 7 45pi Lv Ji-sup ., So By 10 3np Ar Mhcoii So By 8 (Via .... , Ar Atlanta So By 5 9na Ar AnnlHton, Ala So Ky 9 43a Ar Birmingham, Ala. ......So Ry 11 43a Ar Memphis. Tenn .. ....Frisco 8 03p Ar Kanwaa 1ty, Mo Krlsco 4Qa Lv Memphis ...j 8 JOpi Ar Hot Springs, Ark ... I 9 a No. 18 "Tbe Florida Limited." Dally Pull man Drawing Room sleeping oars between Jacksonville, Birmingham, Memphis and Kansa. City. ARRIVALS AT JACKSONVILLE. from New York, Washington, eto. No. 29, Washington and Florida Limited," 9:00 a. ra From Chicago, C.nclnnatt, Chattanooga, etc No 14, "Florida I lmtted' 9:&i a m From EansasClty. Memphis, Birmingham, et No. 14, "Florida Limit!," 93 am. From Cincinnati, Ashevllle' el -. No. W, "Washington and Florida l.lmllrd," :( a. ro. From New York, M a lilngton eto No. 33, "New York aud Florida Express,'1 8.20 p. m. Exce'lnt Dliloe Car Srvce. J. O. LOSK, District Passenger Agent, 108 West Bay st.riwt, Jacksonville, Flu. O H. ACRF.RT, G. M, - W. H. TAYLOE, G. P. A. 8. H. HABDWICK, F. T. M. BBOOK8 MORGAN, A. G. P. A."