and the "
To secure choice va
il rieties of Table Sup-
plies is our constant
study. We ought to
We do Excel.
Crescent City, Fla.
Our new line of
For Men, Women
should attract your atten
tion If you are after the
kind that are guaranteed
to wear well. We can!t
afford to keep any other
kind. At the same time
we have endeavored to com
bine style with wearing
qualities, and after you
have tried on a pair you
will acknowledge our suc-cessr
Of Course Everybody go
1,1 tllCDO Ulggl413 11TCT
how we excel in
"The new goods " for., the
Thanksgiving season are
now coining in. You can
depend on Fresh Groceries
at. . : .. . .
G. L. Chambsrlin's
S Tnlo t
Do. " 44 ! I
It will cure Chills J
and Fever, Headaches,
Colds and Biliousness.
' Try a Bottle
OiILY 25 CENTS.
For Sale at
Lcund's Drug Store
" Crescent City, Fla.
Fresh Line of Garden Seed.
Genuine Bermuda Onion Seed.
St Johns Rivr by Daylight.
The Beach & Miller Line,
. Steamer CRESCENT.
Leaves Jacksonville on Tuesdays, Thursdays
and Saturdays at 8:30 a. ra. lor ureen v ove,
Palatka, Crescent City and priueipal WhJ
Returning, leaves Crescent city on wednes.
days, Fridays and Mondays at 7 a. m.
Jacksonville whart footof Laura Street.
Pa atlta wharf loot of Lemon ntw
JOHN VINCENT, D. Q. B.
Hair Cutting In all approved styles.
Give me a oall.
Crescent City Hews
. CRESCENT CITY.
is one of the most beautiful '
locations in Florida. Tourists
. will find It m 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, ana .
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 .ptetty 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
Kaptha launches can be se
cured cheaply for water trips.
Crescent City has good hotels
and boarding bouses at mode
Beautiful shaded walks and
CRESCENT? CITY TEMPERATURE FOB THE
WEEK ENDING, NOVEMBER 10th, 19U5. E. D.
November. 7 A. M. 9 p. M. 9 p. h. 24 hs. 24hs
i. Saturday... 59 75 67 76 MX
5. Sunday. ... 08 Vi 88 7U . 64S4
6. Monday 65 79 70 80 01
7. Tuesday..., 70 67 69 8,) 66
8. Wednesday 59 70 69 71 67
9. Thursday... 69 72 04 73 54
10. Friday 69 73 59 74 59
i Personal and Social.
FLO BID 4.
Undertaker and Embalmer.
Full line of Caskets and Coffins.
CBEHCENT CITY - FLOBtDA
Crescent City Transfer Co.,
Meets all trains at descent City Junc
tion. Night trains by appointment.
8. M. LAPEEE. Manager.
W. . 8HOTWELL
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, Fla.
Satisfactory work guaranteed at mod
eat prices. ."-a!
A.. I. Spesp-cer,
0(fl at Residence nn Pmapeet Street,
Crescent City, . Florida
.,?ORENT risasant- famished
apartment f(lr ;Ki)t ii011K,.kepinir.
S.niT? V U thaiiib.-rlin, CT.-8-nt
Prof. Ueiger is boarding with Mr.
and Mrs. Fred Andersen.
Mrs. J. W. Miller and Master
George visited Jacksonville this
Dr. E. W. Warren was called here
on professional business last Satur
day night. '
"Tim" Allen has been home on a
visit the past week. He is now liv
ing in Tampa.
Will Newman has puta new roof
on his residence and added to the
size of the building.
C. H. Cash has been laid up for a
week or more with an abce'ss on the
knee, and Is quite ill.
Mrs. Fred. Andersen has spent the
week In Jacksonville, the guest of
Mrs. Dr. Tlastings. ' r
Miss Charlotte Babcock was quite
ill last week at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. C. Ii. Ohamberliii.
W. H. Cooper will come down this
winter and spend the season with
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Andersen.
The Simpson cottage on Summit
sheet has been rented to Mr. and
Mrs. Bedding of .Onset, Mass.
J. H. Babers litis purchased the
Will Braddoek place on the Hunt
ington road and will soon take pos
session. ' .
Miss Katherine Keeler will open
the Southfleld Hotel January 1st.
This house, as "usual, will be head
quarters for the Bible Institute
teachers! and singers.
Charlie Babers is another of the
old-time Crescent City boys who has
been home on a visit during the past
week. Mr. Babers is now making
his home at Titusville. ';
Mrs. Joseph Combs returned last
Thursday from a visit to her old
home tn Port Jarvls, N. Y. With
her came Mrs. Courtright of Port
Chester. N. Y.. -who will be the
guest of Mr. and Mrs. Combs.
Capt. and Mrs. W. M. Kitch of
Port Chester, N. Y., are expected
Monday and will occupy their de
lightful home on North Main street.
It is exoected that Mrs. Oxer will
Mr. and Mrs. K. Borsen returned
on Saturday uignt iroin a weens
stay at Mr. Borsen's turpentine camp
at Carraway, an4, where he had sev
eral days of good luck at bird shoot
Mr. and Mrs. N. Pool and Mr.
and Mrs. Geo. Burnham arrived on
Tuesday evening's steamer.- If they
can secure suitable quarters these
people will remain through the sea-
sou. . .
It has done everyone good to see
L. A. Ballard here this week. Mr
Ballard Is still an enthusiastic friend
ot Crescent City, and it was a sorry
day for the place when he quit the
real estate business here to engage
in mining kaolin In Lake county,
S. M. LaBree has been
niacins: the engine in his new launch
thin week and the pretty Doac wm
soon go into commission. It is one
of the handsomest models ever seen
in this section.
V. B. Shotwell's residence on
Main street lias been neatly remod
eled and upper porches added. This
is one of the most attractive resi
dences in the west end, with a pret
ty section of Lake Stella for the
western boundary of the lot.
Mrs. H. E. Wilder and two Inter
esting little children from Madison,
Wis., arrived Friday last and will
spend the winter here. They will
reside ill the Aurr.ack cottage on
Main street. Mr. Wilder, who Is'a
nnu-snntier man, will come down for
a brief stay at the Christmas leason
The street gas lamps were lit for
the first time last Saturday night
and those of them that would burn
gave a brilliant light. Some would
not burn owing to the amount of
air in the main pipes. All are work
ing well now and add much to the
attractiveness of Central Avenue at
Fire at an early hour last Thurs
day morning destroyed the barn of
U-. Joseph Braddoek between this
place and Huntington. Within the
barn was several tons of hay which
was also lost. Some chickens and a
hog in the barn were also destroyed.
The loss is quite a heavy one on Mr.
Braddoek. The origin of the fire is
Hon. and Mrs. Edwin Gilbert are
more than likely to come down this
winter, in which event they will
stop at the Southfleld Hotel.. Mr.
Gilbert has Improved much in gen
eral health and if it continues good
he will more than likely come. It
will be a great pleasure to Crescent
City people to welcome this aged
The Ladies' Aid Society of the
Presbyterian church held Its annual
meeting last week with Mrs. W. C.
Norton of Grove Hall. Mrs. W. J.
Norton was re-elected president and
Mrs. S. B. Shaw, treasurer. Mrs. J.
C. Grimsley was elected secretary
in place of Mrs. E. L. Waterman, re
Oranges continue to go forward
with each trip of the steamer and
in increasing volume. The tanger
ine market has been especially good
during the past week and it is pre
sumed that those who had shipped
this fruit will be in receipt of big
money in a few days. The fruit here
is coloring rapidly and the ship
ments are therefore unusually early.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Buck arrived
from Philadelphia last week Thurs
day and ar$ again at their old quar
ters In Grove Kali. Of course every
one is pleased to see Mr. and Mrs.
Buck return. They are among our
most popular winter visitors for they
are getting to seem more and more
like home people. Mr. Buck begins
shipping his fruit this week, and be
has considerable of it.
The Presbyterian church bell has
been taken down this week and
shipped to a Cincinnati bell foundry
where it is to be recast. The new
bell is expected in about a month.
The bell weighs 1,000 pounds and it
was no easy matter to handle such a
monster, especially to take it from a
church tower. The re-casting of the
bell will cost' about $65, and the
freight to Cincinnati and return will
be about $25 more. This money will
largely be provided by the .Ladies'
Aid Society of the church. .
"One way for you to Improve your
self, young man, Is to constantly asso
ciate with your superiors."
I know it Is, sir, but I am so con
scientious I cannot bring myself to do
"And why conscientious?"
"I hate to think what my superiors
wonld be suffering all that time."
Cincinnati Commercial Tribune.
A MlTP. "
Magistrate If I let you off this time
will you promise me to take tne
pledge? Delighted Prisoner (excitedly)
Ol will, yer honor, an' drink yer
health! , :
IN THE SNOW
ICopyrlght, 1906, by" P. C. Eastment "'
There had been no less than thirty
six thefts and burglaries in the eastern
suburb of the city, all evidently by the
same hand,, and yet tho police had
not found the culprit.
I know that the police worked hard
on this case, and that every seeming
clew was carefully followed, and that
they let a boy fifteen years old take all
the credit away from them was not
their fault. I was that boy, and that
I solved the mystery was owing to
luck. The crimes began about the
middle of September, and I gave them
no attention until about tbe 1st of No
vember. Then I happenJs to be talk
ing with a man who had had his push
cart stolen. This, in fact, was at the
beginning of the thefts. He" mentioned
that the tire of one of the wheels had
been wrapped with wire to tighten It.
On the night of the talk another
house was robbed. It was only two
blocks from my father's house, and I
went there, with others. The police re
fused all information, but during the
day I was told by a son of the house
holder that they had found tracks un
der a window. It was an open .fall,
and the ground had not yet frozen.
4'he tracks were those of a boot, and
the sole of one had been mended. I
went up and down the alloy in the rear
of the house with this boy, and In
the dust we found the impress of what
looked to be buggy tires. They were
something else, however they were the
Impress of the tires of that pushcart.
At every revolution one of the wheels
loft a sort of smudge, and I was jus
tified in believing that it was the tire
that did it.
My theory was that all the stolen
goods had been taken a way In the
pushcart, but the case was blocked
right there. Where had they been
taken?. Had I gone to the police with
my theory I should have been ridicul
ed. The detective who can't find a
clew himself doesn't want any one else
to find one. When I bad lain awake a
dozen nights trying to figure things
out luck helped me. The streets were
still dusty. A burn had been broken
open 4iud a lot of bedding temporarily
stored therein had been taken.
I happened to be passing the place
when the discovery was made and the
police telephoned for. There were the
tracks of the pushcart again. In the
dusty road following the cart were
boot tracks, and one of them had a
patch on the sole. I followed them for
a mile straight out into the country
before they were lost.
. It was e;isy to figure that If the thief
was not Belling any of his plunder he
was storing It somewhere and that the
country offered a safer place than the
city. The idea now was to follow
along the road and spot off any likely
looking place., I had my mind made up
that If would be an old barn out about
two miles. I walked out on the road
for five miles and found no one but
farmers of honest standing. I took
two crossroads and followed them for
a distance, but with the same result.
The thief had gone out that road with
the pushcart and the bedding, but
where had he brought up? The weath
er changed, the ground froze, and
all at once the crimes ceased.
Then luck came again. I was buy
ing a pair of winter gloves in a store
when a farmer called and asked for a
pair of mittens for a woman. Some
talk followed, and It came out that
she was a widow who was living next
to him, three miles out of town.- He
also asked where he could get a pair
of rubber boots for her.
I got the Idea right then and there
that the widow was the criminal. It
seemed absurd, but yet the Idea clung.
A detective would have told me to go
home and soak my head, and a report
er would have laughed me out of his
room. I chewed over tho thing for a
Re Didn't Travel.
Warden Now, We try to give our
prisoners work of the kind they are ac
customed to. Prisoner That suits me,
I was a traveling salesman. Cleveland
Another Big Wagon
Load of flew Shoes
Direct from the factory. This
happens every few weeks. Men 1
say to us, why what In the world
do you do with allthe Shoes and 1
Trunks you get In? We sell them
t and get from $1.00 to $4.00 per
pair for men's shoes, and $1.00 to 1
I $3.50 per pair for ladles' and from
25c to (2.00 per pair for boys' and
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 $12.60 per suit.
Don't forget that we are the sole
agents for Sweet Orr Overalls and
Shirts for Crescent City. Fresh
lot just In.
The Shoe Man,
Crescent City, Florida.
Q. S. & F. Railway.
The Best Route to v
Macon, Atlanta, Columbus,
Americus, Birmingham, Valdosta,
Montgomery and Northern Points.
Two Trains Daily.Northbound.
Leave Palatka, No. 3,6:00 am: No. 10, 5:50 p m.
Arrive Palatka, Southbound, No. 1, 9:50 p m.
u No.19, 10:60 a m.
ahnvfl are snbleotltoTchanite without notice, and th
time of arrival and departure of trains is not guaranteed.
Thrnno-h Pullman cars from Tifton to Atlanta, Chattanooga, Nashville,
St. Louis and Chicago all-the-year-round, Elegant sleeping c uouwoou
Valdosta and Macon.
Handsome Parlor Cars In service on Trains Mo. I ana z between macou
Valdosta and Jacksonville.
Information as to rates, routes, schedules, sleeping oar reservation
etc will be gladly furnished upon application to
C. A. MAULL, '.Depot Ticket Agent, Palatka.
F. Pakrott, Vice Pres. Chas. B. KHODEB, wen. rasseuger Ago
week, and then something happened.
I had been sent on an errand directly
after breakfast, and I passed a houso
which had been burglarized the night
before. There were quite a number of
people about, and the owner was tell
ing them how entrance had been effect
ed and what had been taken: What
hunters and farmers call a tracking
snow had fallen during the night, and
the first thine I looked for was the
track of that pushcart.
An alley ran alongside the house, and
there they -were. There were also
prints of rubber boots. The alley gate
opened rather hard, and sticking to It
were some small threads of blue yarn.
The farmer had bought blue mittens
for the widow. Taking up the tracks, I
followed them for two miles before
they were obliterated by travel. I kept
on to the house of the widow and
found It a. small cottage. Between the
gate and the road the cart tracks and
the footprints were as plain as day.
I had worked the case as far as I
could, and I now went to the police. I
was sneered at and warned not to
meddle with their business. I went to
the sufferer by the last robbery, and as
he was a man of Influence and anxious
to get his property back he not only
listened, but 'insisted that something
be done. A search -warrant was pro
cured, a couple of detectives went out
to the widow's farm, and from an out
door cellar enough stolen property was
dragged to fill several stores.
She had been stealing off and on for
three years. She., had always dressed
as a man In her excursions. Until she
stole the pushcart she had used a
wheelbarrow. Stolen money she had
made use of, but not a stolen article
had been sold. She had passed for a re
spectable, hard working woman, and
by her keeping the goods on hand her
lawyers made out that she was a klep
tomaniac and got her a sentence of
two years, when she might have other
wise got fifteen. M. QUAD.
le For the Synonym, -
Teacher What Is a synonym? Pu
pil A word that has the same mean
ing as another word. Teacher And
why does our language possess syn
onyms? Pupil So you can use one
when you don't know how to spell the
other one. Exchange.
A Bad Patient.
Friend I suppose you're always glad
to get a patient who's never had any
hnrl hahlts. Doctor Indeed I'm nt
Friend How's that? Doctor Wfiy,
man, I can't order him to stop any
thing. Louisville Courier-Journal.
Mrs. Drake and Irving Drake ar
rived last Thursday from Hampton,
N. H., to spend the winter in their
cottage in West Pomona.
Mrs. Dr. Sanduskv of Jacksonville
is the guest of Miss Nellie Cook.
Miss Helen Steinmetz of Norris-
town, Pa., who has been the guest of
Miss Emma Olmstead, has gone to
join her parents at their winter home
Mrs. Welch and daughter, who
have been boarding at W. 8. Mid
dleton's, have moved into the cottage
recently finished for them.
Mrs.fi A. Knowlton has gone to
DeLand for a visit of several weeks.
W. H. Cook and H. A. Perry have
begun to ship their large crops of
Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Eameg gave a
very enjoyable candy-pull and pota
to roast at their home last Thursday
evening which was an occasion of
o-reat nleasure to a large crowd of
young people. -
Mrs. W. J. Keown and Master
Willie of DeLand were yisiting in
town last week.
A. H. Eames of DeLand was talk
ing to old friends Sunday ana jnon
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Diggett left
Sati.nlRv for Huntington, wnere
they will visit friends.
W. T,. Dlirorett left Sunday for Day
tona, Fla., going overland by team
Mrs. W. Ii. Ulggen auu ner
t ,or,n will h the sruests of Mr
nri Mrs J. F. Gable for several
w M. TCmerson. traffic manager,
f Wllminirton. N. C. visited Oomo
Rev. W. G. Rector left Saturday
for Satsuina, Fla. 1
k v. flnhls. railway postal clerk
paid a short visit to hi parents last
nr. .nri Mm. C C. Sullivan had
famiiy house warming party last
week at their home, "Eight Oaks.
Qulteaeold wave passed over us
Saturday. Fires felt good.
wei1 Half a PiBBion
Do vou think, such an enormous business could be built op 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, " 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 nv n k
wasn't absolutely pure and unadulterated? . '
Just think these things over carefully and then send as a trial order.
Your money back if you are not satisfied.
United States 8enate, Washington, D. C.
"1 have found Hayner Whiskey exceptionally fine for table and medicinal purposes."
Wm. M. Stnuart.
U. 8. Senator from Nevada.
AllR nrrrn We 1 send yon in a plain sealed case, with no
UUK Urrtn mBrk, tQ ,h0w contents. FOUR FULL QUART
BOTTLES OF HAYNER PRIVATE STOCK RYE FOR 13.20. and we
wttl pay the express charges. Take it home and sample it, have your doctor
test it every bottle It you wisn. inennjou """- . --
and perfectly satisfactory.shlpitbacktoJ.sAT OURWMss
13.20 will bo promptly refunded. How could any offer be fairer 1 You
don't risk a cent.
Orders for Arl... CaL.Col.. lS-mV' i?viV
or Wyo., must be on the basis ot 4 Quarts for 4 by Kxrress I re
paid or 80 tluarta for SISJtO, by Freight prepaid.
Write our nearest office and do it NOW.
, THE HAYNER DISTILLINO COMPANY
Atlanta. Ga. Davton. O. St. Louis, Mo .St. Paul,mnn.
Hi PVtVATr e.TO(.;tWtl
(I DlSTUOJ-.K' i
Di8nmBT, Tbot, 0.
Florida East Coast Railway.
local Time Card No. 62. Corrected to Sept I, WJ5.
SOUTH-BOUND READ DOWN.
NORTH-BOUND READ UP.
0 01 p
t 19 p
1 10 p
1 95 p
e so p
s as p
8 10 p
t 60 p
8 03 p
8 41 p
8 S3 p
lo ai a
10 45 a
9 40 a
9 48 a
10 66 a
11 81 a
11 SO a
12 15 p
11 25 a
Ly Palatka ....
2 01) p
8 00 a
13 it p
12 47 p
12 65 p
1 8 p
1 61 p
2 IS p
2 44 p
B 66 p
4 00 p
2 96 p
10 00 p
10 92 P
9 00 a
10 82 p
11 18 p
11 22 p
11 S3 p
12 U6 a
12 61 a
1 92 a
1 65 a
2 IS a
2 28 a
9 99 a
8 08 a
9 27 a
4 04 a
4 92 a
4 42 a
( 87 a
I 46 a
6 68 a
e 24 a
6 85 a
2 as p
9 51 p
8 80 p
10 00 a
St. Augustine ....
East palatka ....
H H Ormond ....
........ Port Orange...
......Lak6 Helen ,
Orange City Junction..
Lt .. ,...-New Smyrna....
...hm... uaic mu........
Ar ... Sanfora
Lt Bantord ....
8 00 a
10 80 a
8 80 p
4 09 p
4 18 P
4 45 p
4 64 p
5 87 p
6 29 p
6 45 p
7 08 p
7 12 P
7 17 p
7 28 p
1 66 p
8 14 P
8 61 P
9 18 p
9 28 p
10 21 P
10 80 p
10 42 p
11 07 pi
11 16 p
...... w .Coooa........ .........
........... Molbourne...... .........
. ...Fort Ploroe ..,
...... Tlbbals .............
............ Jensen. ...,.....
..West Palm Beach.......
........Fort Lauderdale. .....
........... Lemon City ............
7 00 p
5 60 P
4 SS p
4 84 P
4 10 p
( 00 p
2 10 p
8 25 p
8 67 p
9 81 p
8 10 p
8 00 p
2 SO p
1 SO p
12 45 p
12 85 p
8 SO a
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8 99 a
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4 II a
S 45 p
9 20 p
1 64 p
1 IS p
10 00 a
4 05 a
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10 00 a
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19 94 p
19 90 p
II 08 a
11 48 a
11 04 a
10 12 a
10 06 a
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9 28 a
9 21 a
9 11 a
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I 24 a
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7 20 a
8 18 a
8 10 a
5 68 a
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8 00 a!
2 19 el
2 18 a
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12 51 ai
11 65 D
11 82 pi
11 18 p
11 18 p
11 04 p
10 88 p
10 19 p
9 45 p
9 18 p
8 IS p
8 08 p
1 64 p
7 29 p
1 20 p
2 40 pi
9 46 p
No. 91 No. 19 Dally
Sun. Daily Kx.
10 10 a 6 00 p 820a
10 18 a 808p 828a
10 SO a 8 40 p 8 69 a
10 65 a 6 45 p 9 04 a
11 10 a 7 00 p 920a
Lt .Jacksonville. Ar
Ar ...-So. Jacksonville... Lt
Pablo Beach....n "
" Atlantic Beach...... "
......... Mayport ......... "
7 45 a
7 87 a
7 05 a
7 00 a
6 45 a
12 80 p
12 22 p
11 SO el
12 45 a
11 80 a
6 80 p
5 22 p
4 60 p
4 45 pi
4 80 p
PENINSULAR AND OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS AT MIAMI.
Close Connection Made at Miami with Steamships ol the P. 0. S. S. Company Per
HAVANA AND KEY WEST.
These Time Tables show tho times at which trains may be expected to arrive at and depart
from the several stations, but their arrival or departure at the times stated u not guaranteed
nor is this Company to be held responsible lor any delays or any oonsequenoes 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. AUOUST1NE, FLA.
ufPontiva Junn 3d. 1905. schedule fiaures tor Mayport Branch and Homestead
Extension shown above will be changed ; additional trains being put Into servlcj
between Jacksonville and Mayport and the service between Miami and Homestead
being reduced to one train a day eacn way. or correct, Bcneuuie see suj aiu
of the P. E. 0. By.
Lef SOUTHERN RAILWAY, Non
effective AUG. 6, 1905.
Two Vestibule Trains East.
Lv Jacksonville. Fla .. So By
Lt Jesup, ua ...
Lt Savannah, Ga So By
Ar Columbia So By
Ar Charlotte bo ny
Ar Greensboro. ........ ..Bo By
Ar Danville . . So By
11 40 a
1 20 p
10 15 p
1 18 a
2 21 a
Richmond..... So By
I Ar Lynchburg
I Ar Charlottesville.
Ar Washington ...
Ar Phtladeiptua .
.. So By I
Ar New York P B B
4 34 a
11 so a
4 15 p
No. 84 "New York and Florida Express"
Dallv Pullman Drawing Room Sleeping ir
between Port Tampa, Jacksonville and sew
No 80 "Washington and Pla. Limited." Daily
Pullman Drawing-Boom aieepiug
vllle to New York.
Through "The Land of the Sky.'
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Crescent City, Florida
Two Trains Daily
To Washington and
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