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Special lines of'Table
Delicacies, Fruits,
Nuts, Hasina, and a
hundred little articles
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regularly.
We have ail- these
things now. AH fresh.
In fact, Fresh
Groceries is
our specialty.
Orange Box
Material,
Hay, Grain,
Fertilixers.
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Crescent CKy, Fla.
Crescent City News
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SHOES
For Men, Women
and Children
should attract your atten
tion it 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
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CRESCENT CITY.
Is one of the moat beautiful
locations in Florida.. Tourists
will find it an Ideal spot to
Bpend the winter, or pnss a few
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 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.
Naptba launches can be se
cured cheaply for water trips..
Crescent City has good hotels
and boarding bouses at mode
rate rates.
Beautiful shaded walks and
bicycle paths.
CRESCENT OITT. TEMPERATURE FOR THE
WEEK ENDING, DEOKMDEB 1st, 191)5. E. I,
. WILLIAMS, OBSERVER.
Max. Mln,
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"in these diggings" knows
how we excel in
Groceries.
The new goods for the
Thanksgiving season are
now coining in. "You can
depend on Fresh Groceries
at. ..."
G. L Chamberlin's
-' Crescent City. . '
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$ Take I
It will cure Chills
and Fever, Headaches,
Colds and Biliousness.
Try a Bottle
ONLY 25 CENTS.
: . For Sale at
Lound's Drug Store
Crcsceut City, Fla.
F.h T.lim of Garden Seed.
Genuine Bermuda Onion Seed. f
November. 7 A. M. 8 P. M. 9 P,
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26. Sunday. . 62 79 67
27. Monday B7 74 67
28. Tuesday. . . . 67 78 68
29. Wednosday 66 K 67
90. Thursday... A5 65 (18
December
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, If you have either.
to dispose of, and wish to
keep posted regarding
prices they are bringing
' on the New York market,
correspond with
S. B. Downes & Co,
203 Duane St. New York.
StJonna RivrDy Daylight.
The Beach & Millei Line,
Steamer CHESCENT.
Leaves Jacksonvllleoa Tuesdays. Thursday
and Saturdays at :: a. m. for Green Cove,
Palatka, Jreoent City and principal Way
Landings - ... .
Keturnlng.leavesCreaoentctty on Wednes.
o.ays, r ndays ana Monaaysat i . m.
Jacksonville wharf foot of Laura Btreot
Telephone Hit.
ra atk wharf frmt of Lemon
A. O.TORREY. ...
Undertaker ami Embalmer.
Full line of Caskets and Coffins
Telephone ; .
CRESCENT CITY FLORIDA
Crescent City Transfer Co,
Meets all trains at Oteso nt City Junc
tion. Night trains by appointment.
8 M. LABREE. Manager,
rW. B. 6HOTWELL
; Builds Row Boats,
Benalrs boats, hueirins and makes all
kinds of wood work repairs at his shop
rear or Ms MEAT MARKET.
Orcnnt rit.v Via
Batlsf totory work guarantwl at mod-
i. sponcci,
Dentist.
" ' OlBca at Residence on Prospect Street.
wscent City, . . Florid
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g personal ana social.
aaaaaaaaemctasEtmeunrmEacKa
E. H. Williams Bhipped liis entire
crop of tangerines last weelL
' Coe D.' Smith's launch is on the
ways receiving a new coat of paint.
Mr. and Mrs. N. A. Buckels have
gone to housekeeping In the Benhum
flat.
Albert McKenzie of Palatka was
the guest of his relatives, Mr. and
Mrs. J. P. Appleby, last week.
Mrs. J. A. Icenhour and children
of Jacksonville spent Thanksgiving
day with Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Read.
The street lamps were riot lighted
for several nights owing to a leak in
the pipes which it has been bother
ing the authorities to find.
Miss Susie Walton returned to her
home in Palatka Mouday after a
pleasant visit of Beveral days with
Miss Jessie Burton.
Thanksgiving service was held at
the Presbyterian church in the eve
ning of that day with an able dis
course by Rev. Br. Reeves, the pas
tor.' J' . ....
Frank Gautier spent Saturday and
Sunday at home. Mr. Gautier is
slowly recovering from the lameness
which resulted from his serious ac
cident of last summer.
Cardell, the little daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. E. H. Williams, will enter
tain a party of her little friend at
the grove tomorrow afternoon if the
weather Is auspicious.
Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Payson return
ed laHt week from Highlands, N. C,
where they have been for several
months in the interests of Mrs. Pay,
son's health. Though still quite
ill, she is said to be improving..
The Thanksgiving dance given by
the young people in V. i. A. nail
was one of the most enjoyable of re
cent parties. The young people will
Mioid these hops frequently during
the winter.' ' -
Mrs. Herling is expected to join
her husband and son here- this week
and for a time will be a guest at
the home of her daughter, Mrs
Chas. Janusch. Mr. and Mrs Her
ling will go to housekeeping as soon
as they can secure a suitable house.
Ivan F. Waterman of this place
is a member ot tne cuampioii eceisun
University foot ball team. Al
though he has been engaged In
many games this winter he has been
doing 20 hours of class room work
each week and has maintained a
high standaid in the academy.
Cnpt. LriBree made bis flrstrun to
the Junction with his new and swift
nassencer launch last Friday eve
ning and Is perfectly sntiistted wi h
the-jrorking of the boat, ns so were
all the passengers. As soon as the
newness wears on the machinery
this launch is going to make even
quicker ruus and the trips to ana
from the Rial Ion win De a real pleasure.
C. H. Marsh writes from Roches
ter, N. Y., that he is wi ll ar.d expects
to return to Crescent City for his
usual pleasant season at Grove wall,
but regrets that It will be along iu
January before he is able to come.
That will bo all light, of course, pro
vided he surely comes then, for a
Crescent City season without Mr.
Marsh would scarcely seem tne
thing.
V. S. Cone has laid in a big stock
of goods particularly appropriate for
rhriatmas eifts, and In nis new au
vertlsement this week calls especial
attention to them. But one has to
set into the sto'e and view the goods
to get an adequate idea of the extent
of his stock. The variery is iro
Mr. Cone's watches and jVwelry are
bought direct from the factory aud
all middlemen's profits are saved to
the purchaser.
Mrs. Henrietta T. Nutting, of Roy-
aiton, mass., Mrs. L. A. Stokell and
Mrs. Ellen M. Littlefleld of Winter-
port, Maine, arrived at Grove Hall
Sunday ni(rht, Mrs. Nutting spent
some timii here last season during
the session of the Bible conference
and expects to be present at the
coming session of that gathering.
F. M. Murcliison, who will be re
membered as the publisher of the
Florida Philosopher in this town for
several yenrs prior to November,
1899, and who since the Bummer of
1900 has resided at Lungren, Volusia
Co. where he has published a small
monthly periodical, is desirous of
selling out both his home aud paper.
Miss Stella Benham still has a
large stock of artistic trimmed hats
and other millinery goods which she
will close out between ndw and the
holidays at actual cost. These poods
were purchased for high class city
trade and before the family decided
to return to Crescent City. Many
expensive pieces of millinery are ac
tually to be sold at prices which put
them in range of all.
Mr. Borsen's new launch arrived
last week and Is now riding the wa
ters of Lake Crescent. On Friday
Mr. and Mrs. Borsen gave an outing
on the lake to a largo party of their
young friends, some twenty or more
particl atlng in the ride. Capt.
Bradshaw was at the wheel and Mr.
J. A. McNab of Palatka had charge
of the engine. A heavy gale was
blowing at the time and the lake was
covered with white caps, but this
only seemed to make the ride more
interesting. The party went to
Omega, where a landing was made
and where the party visited the
mills of the company. The after
noon was very pleasantly spent and
all in the party were profuse in
thanks to their host and hostess.
The launch is 41 feet in length and
has pretty cabins and all conve
niences for a long trip. The engine
is of powerful build and capable of
shoving t lie boat through the water
at a lively clip. Its speed Is about
lit miles an hour. The launch is net
only the most commodious but the
most comfortable private launch in
these waters, and Mr. and Mrs. Bor-
son will have some pleasant picnics
to different sections of the state.
The launch was built by W. M.
Boyd of Palatka.
MOURNING CUSTOMS.
Orla-ln of the Widow's cap and Black
Sleeve Bands.
The customs of mourning as prac
ticed in various purts of the world
seem at first sight to have little rela
tion with each other or with the -inward
grief which they are supposed
to typify. let by the exercise of Brit
tle patience many resemblances may
be discovered among them. The wid
ow's cap, for example,, dates back to
the days of ancient Egypt Egyptian
men shaved the beard and bead as a
token of mourning. The women, In
stead of cutting off the hair, concealed
it by a close cap. The Romans, who
were as a race clean shaven, shaved
the bead in mourning and wore a wig.
The black band on the tleeve as a
sign of mourning comes to us from the
days of chivalry. The lady tied a scarf
or napkin, as the handkerchief was
called, about the arm of her knight.
If be was killed in battle she wore the
band in memory of him.
Black bus so long been the color of
grief In Anglo-Saxon countries that it
seems a part of the upside down civ
ilization of tlie cast that Japan and
China wear white.. But no longer ago
than the time of Elizabeth the unfor
tunate Mary of Scotland wore white
on the death of Darnley. Even now
the hearse used for children Is white,
and in England the mourners at fu
nerals of young unmarried persons
weur hatbands and sashes of white.
A queer English custom Is that of
decorating the black bearse horses with
long false black tails. They attract no
more notice ou a street In Liverpool
than do the black nets used in this
country to cover the horses.
A great many sensible people protest
tbnt wearing tokens of mourning is a
barbaric custom that should be abol
ished or greatly modified, but when
loss and grief actually come Into the
individual life one discovers that there
is a strange, subtle fitness iu gloomy
garr-ieuta and that they answer to the
need of the soul for silence and separation.
! Christmas Gomes
Bui Once a Year.
Don't Be Caught Napping.
We have plenty of Goods that '
will make good presents A good
btock of China. and Glassware,!
fancy eolored from 6c to 50c a ,
piece Watches and Jewelry from
, the faotory at Attleboro, Mass.'
ancy Suspenders, one pair In a t
box. Fancy Shirts from COo to
$1.25 each. Handkerchiefs, cot
i ton, linen and silk from 5c to COo J
each. Shoes, Ladles', Gents' and
, i.Mldren s from 35o to $1.00 a pair.
Gents' and Children's Clothing i
rrom Jl.'js to $10.00 per suit.
A big line of new Matting from
i iuo to 6c per yard.
Uur JJargaln Counter Is lull of
, be and 10c goods. Don t overlook
us.
CONE,
The Shoe Man,
Crescent City, Florida.
ODD DERIVATIONS.
POMONA.
the
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The home of D. W. and II. A. Per
ry was uestroyea Dy nre recently
with most of the furniture and per
sonal belongings. There was no insurance.
Miss Bessie Manier spent
Thanksgiving holidays with
mother at Hampton.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Marston
four children from Hampton, N
have arrived in town for the winter
and will occupy the Harmon house.
M ss 8ns e U rencn. a cliarming Jew
Hampshire young lady, accompanied
them and will also spend the winter
in Pomona.
Mr. Burns and Miss Ravenscroft,
a niece of Mrs. Shinn, are guests ot
Mrs. Shinn for the winter.
J. A. Kelsey from Nottingham, N.
H., has been a guest of Mrs. and Miss
Welch, leaving Monday to visit Orlando.
Miss Emma Ol instead visited
friends in Crescent City Friday aud
Saturday of last week.
Mrs. A. C. Smith was in town sev
eral days this week, looking after
her house, preparatory to renting it.
Miss Harriot Jeffries has returned
from a four month's visit with rela
tives in Lake City-
Holmes Erwin, accompanied by
his wife, is spending two weeks in
Jacksonville.
The V. I. A. will give a New Eng
land supper at the hall next Wed
nesday night to raise money
Christinas tree.
for the
LAKE COMO.
CurinuB HfKtory of (he Word "Vote."
Iio.v ''ltuticule" Got lttt Name.
'"Vote" U a word with a curious his
tory. To the I'ouiiiu a "votum" was a
solemn promise made to a deity. From
the solemn prjiulsc Itself the meauHig
of "vutuni" gradually becnina the
prayer or lutuue wish that accompa
nied tlie promise aud then any intense
wish whatever. So far the develop
ment proceeded Iu Latin, aud "vote"
pnise;l inla English with the same
sense. When Ken Jousou wrote of
"public votes" to heaven he meant not
mas.4 meeting resolutions, but prayers.
Finally "vote" acquired its present
Cleaning, the formal aud emphatic ex
pression of a wish, while the old sense
remains with its double "vow."
That openwork bug for shopping,
called n reticule, gets Its nnme directly
from the Latin "reticulum," "little
net." Popularly, however, the word Is
supposed to owe Its existence to the
fact that when an Englishwoman visit
ed the first Tarls exhibition with her
little bag In her band the Parisians
cried "Ridicule!" The Englishwoman,
misunderstanding the exclamation, is
said to have thought it the correct
translation of "little bag" and return
ed to England calling lt a "reticule."
Philologists claim that the phrase to
"sleep like a top" comes from the
French "dormlr comme une taupe," to
sleep like a mole. It Is said, too, that
Cinderella's slippers were not made of
glass, but of "valr," the old French
word for ermine, which In time became
corrupted Into "verre,". glass. Chicago
News. .
Advice.
Widow (tearfully) Yes, my daugh
ters are now my only resources.
Friend Take my advice and husband
your resources well
Extraordinary Sale!
Fine Millinery.
From now until the Holiday season I
will sell my One line of TBIMMED
HATS and MILLINERY GOODS at ac
tual cost. These goods are all of the
latest style and were bought for fine
city trade. Come early and get first
choice.
Miss Stella Benham,
Crescent City, Fia.
Cor. Park Street and Florida Avenue.
DON'T GET RUSTY.
Keep Your Moral, Mental and Phys
leal Machinery Workings.
The machine that lies idle is far
more liable to Injury than the mnchlne
that runs.
Air and dampness do more damage
than wear and tear. Let the machine
remain inactive awhile, and the coat
lug formed by the corrosion soon cov
ers the bright metal and the parts be
come stiff and cranky.
A man neglects the working parts of
his body. Normally these parts should
be exercised. He indulges his members
in Idleness. Whatever vitality and
working force they may have had
when In continued use, neglect causes
the machinery to run stiffly. It Is the
rust
A man may neglect to exercise his
working brain forces. He may have
ever so qnlck a mind, but If he does
not use his mental machinery the rust
of idleness Is soon over It.
A man may neglect to use the moral
forces that are In him. There Is a
weakening somewhere. The machine
lets down. And soon the parts are
rusted.
When the primary or the convention
or the ballot box, working parts of gov
ernment, are neglected the rust col
lects. The machinery works poorly. It
may break down.
Keep your body working without
friction by systematic exercise.
Keep your mind bright by using it.
Keep your soul clean by working lt
And so for society nine-tenths of Its
evils are caused by the Idleness of Its
necessary working parts. Chicago
Journal.
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Diggett and
son, Li'twsou, leit Bunuay lor rneir
home at Luytonn.
Mr. and Mrs." C. E. Bunting ot
Starkeville, Miss., are residing in
the Fulton cottage for several weeks.
Grandma Hollzgang has been IU,
but is able to be about again. ,
Rev. and Mrs. W. G. Rector and
daughter, Ruth, spent Thanksgiving
day at Welakn.
Frank Schledorn . and wife will
leave this week for New Orleans,
La., where they will in the future
reside They will bo greatly missed,
as they have many fi ieuds here.
Stephen Palmer arrived Monday.
Hisfamilv were detained in Jack
sonville a'few days, owing to sick
ness of the ladies. They expect to
arrive inter and will be comfortably
housed in their cozy hom here.
There was preaching in the M. E.
church Sunday morning. Owing to
inclement weatlier mere w.ts a poor
attendance. ,
. Poor Good Reaaona.
An amusing Incident happened the
other day at a club which bad hospi
tably thrown open Its doors to two
tw rliiha. A certain well known offi
cer In tlie brigade of guards was guilty
of the offense of smoking in the morn
ing room. As a matter of fact, he was
under the Impression that It was the
smoking room. A brother officer told
him of his mistake. He went up to the
only other occupant of the room, an
old gentleman dozing in a corner, and
apologized for naviug mauymu
K,,A-n one of the rules of the club.
m.. ,r,,i Ionian replied, without
iUV Wi f " 1
i,n,tP as follows: "My dear sir, pray
J .nnlnffiM. In the first plOCO,
r mil would not have smoked
had you known that it was prohibited;
. . n l.n tl.a liict ru i'-
ln. the seeoua, i uuum v
i,i,. n vmi if you had done so
In the third, I am not a member of the
club, and in tlie fourth, I nave Just
been smoking myself."-London Globe.
Over Naif a Pillion
SATISFIED CUSTOMERS
Do yon 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? ,
Tin von think doctors would recommend it and hospitals use lt, u u
wasn't absolutely pure and unadulterated? .
t... ,Mn .r oroftillu and then send US a trial Order.
juai iuiuK uww 6 wt - 7 - J -
Your money back if you are not satisfied.
United States 8enate, Washington, D. C.
'I bars found Hsyoer Whiskey eiceptionally fine for table and medicinal purposes."
Wm. M. Stewart .
U. 8. Senator from Nevada.
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A FULL $0 EXPRESS
S) QUARTS &) PREPAID
mill nETFR We win ni yon In plain sealed case, with no
vwsa w. ,ark, to thow contents, ruuK rui,L, uuaki
BOTTLES OP HAYNER PRTVATB STOCK RYE FOR $3.20, and we
will oav the express chantes. Take It home and sample it. have your doctor
test It every bottle it yon wish. Then if you don t and It Jn a we say
and perfectly satisfactory, ship It back to as AT uuksa ana your
$3.20 will be prompUy refunded. How could any offer be fairer? Yon
don't risk a cent.
Orders for Arls..Ca!..Col.. Idaho, " SiSSKSirSi:
or Wyo., most be on the basis. of 4 nart for MO by sixpreea TS
pald or ituarta tor 1SJW, by relh Prepaid.
Write our nearest office and do It NOW.
THE HAYNER DISTILLING. COMPANY
la.ta.6a. 'Dayton. O. tt. Uuls, .L Pnl,ta.
Xstabushid urn.
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G. S. & F. ROIL WRY
The Best Route to
9Ilcicc.il. Qitauta. gofumtW.
JoiitcpiMC't'ij anb Slo-ttfiettt tDoiwta.
Two Trains Daily North Bound.
Leave Palatka, No. 2, 5: 50 am; No. 10, 6 :40 p ni .
Arrive Palatka, Southbound, No. 1, 10:00 p m.
" " No. 9, 11:00 a ni.
Schedules triven above are subiect tolchange without notice," and the
time of arrival and departure of trains is not guaranteed.
Through Pullman cars from Tifton 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 Maoon
Valdosta and Jacksonville. g
Information as to rates, routes, schedules, Bleeping car reservations
etc. will be gladly furnished upon application to
O. V-WILLSON, Depot Ticket Agent, Palatka.
8. F. Parrott, Vice Pres. Chas. B. Rhodes, Gen. Passenger Agt
Macon, Ga.
Florida East Coast Railway.
Local Time Card No. 62. Corrected io Sept 7, 1905.
S0UTH-B0UND-REA0 DOWN.
NORTH-BOUND READ UP.
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IS YOUR PROPERTY FOR SALE 7
If so, let us get a buyer for it. We are iu a position
to handle Real Estate of all kinds, regardless of location.
Write as what you have to sell, with description and
price and we will do our best for you
The Crescent City Realty Co.,
Crescent City, Florida
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Lt .
..-..-Now Smyrna...
Oak Hill.........
Tltusvllle .......
Sanford
Santord
Tltusvlllo ......,
., Cocoa. ,
Rockledge.......
.......m.au Oallle...Hm...
Melbourne ,
h. ...... Sebastian
........H...Bt. Lucie
........... Fort Pleroe..........
..... Tlbbals
Eden
1... Jensen. .........
Stuart
Hobe Sound
Woat Jupiter
West Palm Beach,,.,
.Boynton
, Pel ray
, Fort Lauderdale. ...
Dania
, ;Hallandale
,....... Lemon City
Miami
Lv
HOMESTEAD EXTENSION
Lt Miami
,Ar Homestead.....
Ar
Lt
No.
Dally
1 00 p
62 p
6 60 p
4 65 p
4 81 p
4 10 p
6 00 p
9 10 p
8 96 p
3 67 p
3 44 p
S 87 p
8 10 p
8 00 p
2 60 p
9 80 p
12 45 p
I t 35 p
19 80 p
9 20 p
1 64 V
1 16 p
10 oo a
1 IS p
19 84 p
19 30 p
11 68 a
11 48
11 04 a
10 12 al
10 ('6 a
9 30 a
9 26 a
9 21 a
9 11 a
8 42 a
8 94 a
7 4S a
7 20
7 10 a
6 18 a
6 10 a
6 68 a
5 F4 al
6 25 a
8 60 a
8 42 a
7 40 a
6 49 a
6 98 a
C 00 a
8 55 a
7 60 a
6 60 a
6 88 a
6 20 a
4 69 a
4 47 a
4 86 a
4 16 a
6 10 pi
6 54 p
6 46 p
4 05
8 80 a
8 00 a
10 00 a
9 00 a
3 00
9 19 a
9 16 a
1 44 a
1 84 a
161
12 00 n
11 65 p
11 82 P
11 18 Dl
11 18 p
11 ut p
10 86 p
10 19 p
V 45 p
9 18 p
9 08 p
8 15 D
8 09 p
7 64 p
7 2J p
1 90 p
Dally
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Sun.
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ta
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O
a
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a
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00
8 90 p
1 00 p
No. 93 No. SI No. 19 l5I,'ly wivponT BRANCH 1 8 X,'.if No- 8
Sun. Sun. Daiiy Ki. Dally Dally
Only Only ' gun.
3 00 p 10 10 a 6 00p IMS Lv Jacksonville Ar 7 45 a 12 90 p 6 80 p
9 08 p 10 18 a 08 p 8 28 a Ar 8o. Jacksonville.... Lv 7 37 a 12 22 p 6 22 p
9 40 p 10 60 a 6 40 p 8 69 a " Pablo Beach....... " 7 05 a 11 60 a 4 60 p
9 45 p 10 65 a 6 45 p 9 04 a ' . Atlantic Beach " 7 00 a 12 45 a 4 45 p
00 p 11 10 a 7 00 p 9 90a " Mayport " 6 45 a 11 80 a 4 80p
PENINSULAR AND OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS AT MIAMI.
Close Connection Made at Miami with Steamships ol (be P. & 0. S. S. Company For
HAVANA AND KEY WEST.
Thews 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 le not guaranteed
nor la this Oompany to be held responsible tor any delays or any oonsequoncos arising therlrom
For Copy of the LOCAL TIME CARD or Other Information
"SEE THE TICKET AGENT."
J. D. RAHNER, Asst. Oen'l Pass. Agt.. ST. AUGUSTINE. FLA.
Effective June 3d. 1905. tchedule figures for Mayport Branch and Homcstroil
Extension shown above will be changed ; additional trains being lut into snicn
between Jacksonville and Mayport and the service between M land and Bomestei'd
beliic reduced to one train a day eaeh way. For correct schedule see any Agent
of the P E. 0. Ky. ,
SOUTHERN RAILWAY.
EFFECTIVE AUG. 6, 1905.
Two Vestibule TralnB East.
No 34
Lv Jacksonville. l''la So Ry
LT Jesup, Us So Ry
LT Savannah, Oa . . So Ky
Ar Columbia Bo Ry
Ar Charlotte ... So Ry
. . r'.aaaVu.rO . SO RV
Ar Danville So Ry
9 ma
11 40 a
1 20p
6 66 p
10 16 p
1 18 a
2 21 a
Richmond
Bo Ry
Ar Lynchhuig
Ar Charlottesville
Ar Wnshlugun . .
r Baltimore
Ar Philadelphia .
Ar new itora.
6 Si A 0 42a
4 2 'p
6 I up
9 Mp
11 16p
2 S5a
6 oa
No. M -"New York and Plorl la Express
I allv Pullman Drawing Room Sleeping Oar
between por. Tampa, Jack-onvlll and New
lock.
jo so "Washlnglon and Fla. Limited." Dally
I'ullman Prawlug-Huom Sleeping Oar, Jajkson
vllle to Nuw York.
Ko Ry 4 34 a
. . So By 6 W a
. .So Ry I 9 60 a
V K R 1 11 8 ' a
p H H 1 46 D
.'P lt R 4 16 p
No 30
7 65p
10 4l)p
12 Urn
6 0
9 6.1a
1 51a
9 10a
Through "The Laud ot the Sky.'
No 30
Lv Jacksonville Fla .
Lv Savanuah, Oa
Ar GolumhiH, SO
Ar Ashevlllo. NO
Kt Hot Springs. NO..
r Knoxvllle, Teun
Ar Louisville
Ar St- Louis
Vr Cincinnati, Ohio. . . .
. . . Bo Ky
.. So Ry
....So Rv
. . . ko Ry
. ...SoKy
. . So Ky
. . So Ry
....so Bv
...QAC
7 5--P
12 15a
Oi a
1 p
2 3Tp
( 0cip
8 51 a
4 Mi
f l.'ia
Nn an n.illv Pullman lirawlng-Room and
Buffet Sleeping Cur between Jacks, mvllle and
St. Louis.
Two Trains Daily
To Washington and
New York.
North and West. No. 1?
Lv Jacksonville, Fla. ..bo Ky .... i 4,ip
Lv Jesup, Oa o Ky ,, 10 3(p ......
Ar Maoon, Oa SoKy ... 3 0i a ......
Ar Atlauta, (ja So Hy .... 5 2ua
Ar Home, Oa SoKy .... 7 ma
Ar Datum, Ha "o Ky . . 8 2ua
Ar Chattanooga, Tonu So Ky .... 9 4-a
Ar Lexington. Ky Q k t 6 xnp
ArOluclnnatI, unlo....QA- .... 7 4ip
Lv .'lnclni.au, o...lllg Four..... 8 40p
Ar Chicago, 111 Hlg Four 7 1a
Lv Cincinnati, O . Pa Lines! 8 3i"i ......
Ar Chicago Pa LIhqk 7 10a
Lv Clnclnuatl 0 H & PI 8 45
ArChlcago OHAD.... 72:1a
Lv't;lucluutl O HAD 9 4Tp ......
Ar Toledo O H & D . . 5 20a
Ar Detroit. .. ....I'M 7 85a
l.v Cincinnati.... Pa Lines . I 8 ......
Ar Pittsburg Pa f.tnes . I 6 .Via
Lv Cincinnati Big Four . I 9 80t ... T.
AT Cleveland Hlg Vour.... 8 46a I
Lv Lexington, SoKy,.... 6 3.p
Ar Louisville , So Kyi 8 lop
Ar St. I.outa ....oByl 1 !12a
No 18 "Tho Florida Limited." Daily solid
vestibule train through duy ooaohes and full
man sleeping oars Jacksonville toOluclnnall.
NORTHWEST. No. 13
Lt Jacksonville So Ky 7 45u
I.T J, sup So Ry 10 Sop
Ar Mnoon ........ .......HoKjr 8 IVa .... .
Ar Atlanta.... i..SoRy 6 sua
Ar Annlsbm, Ala. 80 liy 9 42a
Ar Birmingham, Ala so Ry 11 4oa .....
Ar Memphis, Tenn Krtsoo I li'iji ......
Ar Kansas I'tty, Mo Frisco a 400,
I.T Memphis ...
Ar Hot bjrtngs,
Ark..
8 JOpi
9 Mia I
Ro. IS "Tho Florida Limited." Dally Pull
man Drawing Koora sleeping ears between
Jacksonville, Blrmlughatn, Memphla and
EausaiClly.
ARRIVALS AT JACKSONVILLE
From New York, Washington, etc. No. 29, "Washington and Florida Limited," 9:00 a. I
From Ohlc.ig.i, Cincinnati, Chattanooga, etc No 14, "Florida Limited'' 9:8 a m
F'ora Kansas I'lty, Memphis, Blrmlllgli.ii". etc. No. 14, "Florlrta LlmllM," 9 35 a m.
From Cincinnati, Ashevllle' et '.No. "Washington and Florida Limited,'' :( a ro
From Hew York, Washington eto No. 84, "New York aud Florida Eiproaa," 8.20 p. iu.
Exce l nt Dlint? Car Service.
J- 0 LOSK. Plstrti-t Vawwnser Agent, 108 West Bay street. Jacksonville, Fl
O. H. ACKERT, G. M, W. H. TAYLOE, O. P. A.
8. H. HABDWICK. P. T. M. BKOOI MORGAN, A. O. P. A.
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