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A r v 7 ) .7 ) ) ) i J i ) c Aa Established Business of 80 Years ,. , Tha Merman-Stewart Drug Co., (Incorporated) ' ' , , Wholesale and Retail. Competent Reliable Courteous Responsive 4 ' We are prepared to handle our business with SkS dispatoh and in a manner calculated to bring indis- peusible results both to our patrons and to ourselves. (fijL The dispensers of our prescriptions are gradn- SjS ates of their profession and registered Pharmacists in the State of Florida. Our Bervice is modern and J our complete stock of drugs is of the highest quality ft the markets afford. ' . We are the sole representatives of the famous" X Rexall Remedies in Putnam county. Our establish- ffi ment invites your inspection and the slightest de- SS tails of your wants afford us the greatest pleasure in y Ailing. yfk. We guarantee satisfaction in ffJJ every transaction you have " with this store. Our guaran- jj tee is as good as a Government Bond. . S Plant Your v Spring Garden and have Fr::h Vegetables for your table. This is with in the pqwor of every house holder. You simply buy the seed of us, plant 'em, culti vate and keep the weeds out, and nature does the rest. Result : You will have cab bage to mix with your bacon, turnips, radish, onions, and any other wholesome vege table you like. Seeds Now Ready. Lcunds Drug Go. Crescent City. Vrrrxrrrrriiii n t BaiioaflSBBUisBBHBEHa aaBatiaaa B 12 i Grove Hall, Crescent City's popular hotel, renovated, clean and airy, Is attain opeD for the season under the management of Win. C. NORTON. In the midst of the best or anre trowing section of Flori da. Fine boating, fishing and bird shooting. Beautiful views of Orescent Luke from hotel verandas Handy to steam boat lauding. Board by week. nrl month nt reasonable rates. Caters to Northern tourists. -c Write (or terms. On. C. fiORTOn, Crescent City, Florida. fcaaBaaflnEcrjnEncrjnEaaananaa Southfield Hotel, Crescent City . Florida. Season 1909-10. Rates $1.50 per day up. Weekly and monthly rates on application. ' . 8. A. KINNARD, Proprietor. Hotel Fronts Lake and Park , Pleasant Rooms Cnsine Unsurpassed. M. H. READ, I HEAL ESTATE. 1 Creaoant City, Fla. The Howe property "Cres cent Hill"- Is now on the mar- krt. i Pi.rt.ouUr attention given to' f Crecent City property listed with me. t f nWMMMmeeeeoeeieeOest ; X. Sp33.cr, , 7 Dentist. m- t Rosltlooro on tfopot Street rosnout Oitv - . Florida Crescent City Transfer Co., Veets all trains at Orescent City Juno- lon. Night trains by appointment. 8. M LABBEE. Manager St. Johns River by Daylight. TbBsach& Miller Line Steamer CRESCENT. Ltiio Jacksonville on Tuesdays, Thursdays ssiurtlors t 8:30 . M. tor Oreen Cove, I's'aukoj. Orescent CUy nt prtnolple Way t.ndln:rs. i Returning, leaves Crescent OUT on Wednes- d, I'rlft-.ys nd Mondays at :). m. jiv-ktm. rllla whatf foot of Laura Sireet. telephone 2SB8. l'aioika wharf foot of ImoB Street. F. T. CLARK, Traffic Manager, JiickaonvUle. Fla. CRESCENT CITY Barber Shop. All wnrk done in flint-clans manner, Try in and you'll come a -"tin. D. B. Harris, A gt. Yl-DOUGIUS $3.$3so&$4SHOS BOYbS 5255 THE LARGEST MAKER AND RETAILER OF MEN'S FINE SHOES IN THE WORLD. "SUPERIOR TO OTHER MAKE8." "I hava worn W. L. Doug-la shoes for the past six years, and always find they are far superior to all other high grade shoes In style, comfort and durability." W. O.JON68. 119 Howard Ave., Utlca. N. V. If I could take you into my large fac tories at Brockton, Masa and show you how carefully W. L. Douglas shoes are made, you would realize why they hold their shape, fit better, wear longer, and are of greater value than any other make. C AVTIOM-See that W. I Donglns name and price U Mamped on the bottom. Take No Nttlietitute'. If your aler cannot at yon wttb W.L.IKiislhbiii-i, write for Mall Order Catalog. W. I..Doti(lM, iltoi klon, alas, FOR SAUK BY Fearnside Clothing Co. - Palatka, Fla. WHITE'S Cream Vermifuge THE GUARANTEE. WORM REMEDY THE CHILDREN'S FAVORITE TONIC, siwuat or isiitstionb. tmi aiHuiNt paceaato only ev Ballard-Snow Liniment Co. ST. LOUIS, MO. Sold by Aokorman-Stewart Drug Co. and J. H. Haughton. To owners of Farms and Hemes. If you wish to sell to iruod north ern buyer., send full description. location, numoer of acres, improve ments, quality of soil, ditttnnce t rttilto'id Mtation, title, hnalthfuhiHBS, loweRt price, terms to Piatt B. Spen cer, 1193 Broadway. New York. Notice of Application tor Tax Deed. Sotlce Is hereby elven that Vf. 11. Youni. purchaser of tax certitloate No. 846, dstea the 4th day of Jul)', A. D 19K, has filed sal.t certificate In my orlke and has made application for tax deed to Uhuc In accordance wun law. aaia ceriiticate emoraces tne iol lowlnKd&scrtbed property situated In Putnam county, Florida, to-wlt: W?4 of 84 of Sw'4 of 8w, scotlon 11, town shfplo.s, ranite 24 e -16 acres . Ttiesataiana oeing asseKseu at tne date 01 the Issuance of such certificate In the n?m- of P.. w. Itushnell. Unless said oertllicate shall be redeemed accordlug to law, tax deed will Issue thereon un the 211 dxy of February, A, 1) ,1910. Witness my official signature and seal tbl6 theilstdayof Jiinuurv, ,v. 1)., 1910. - ISealJ HKNRY HUTCHINSON, Otark circuit court Putnam (Jo. Fla. By J.O. Balis. U. 0. Velvet Bean HuIIers. New the Peerless best ever made. No. 3 (hand) 0.00, hulls 5 to 8 bus. per hour. No. 4 (2 h. power) $65.00, hulls 15 to 25 bus. No. 2 for cow peas only $25.00. N. L. WHIet Seed Co. Augusta, Ga. 1217-131 European, Restaurant, Furnished Rooms, Hot and Cold Baths, At . CHAS KUPPERBUSCH'S Palatka. Fla. For New and Up-to-Date Furniture and House Furnishing Goods at very low prices Go to . R. S. Mooney, Palatka, Florida. Undertaking and Embalming. Crescent City News j Personal and Social. j Dr. and Miss Johnson were visitors to Palatka last Monday. Messrs. Carrier and McKinlock visited Jacksonville this week. Cyrus Bulluck of Onset, Mass.,' is a fuest at the Turner House. Miss Anna Bruce of Palatka has been the guest of Miss Lula May Hunter. Mrs. Sprague and Mrs. Rudolph Klnard visited Palatka early in the week, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Twcedale' of Port Chester, N. Y., are guests at Grove Hall. ; Mrs. E. R. McFarlan of Cincinnati, Ohio, is stopping at Grove Hall for a time. James R. Hill was laid up a large part of last week with a severe attack of la- grippe. Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Curtis of Palatka were the guests of Mr. M. H. White over Sunday. 1 , Miss Fannie Butler of Onset, Mass., is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Read for the season. James. Padgett sr. has purchased the Ira C. Pratt residence next door to the old school house. James W. Long the west-end mer chant, is getting ready to erect an addi tion to his store building. Col. Geo. T. Graham left on Satur day to fill a week or more of profes sional engagements in South Carolina, Albert A. Moyer, representing the Philadelphia fruit commission house, spent some days at Grove Hall last week. The Southfield Bible Conference be gins its annual session at the Auditorium two weeks from to-morrow, Saturday the 26th Inst. Miss Blanche Gowen has returned from Atlanta, and expects to remain with her parents through the balance of the season. Mrs. B. W. Damp of Albany, N. Y., is again at Grove Hall after an absence of several years, and many old friends are pleased to see her again. Mrs. Christian of Indianapolis, Ind., was expected here this week on a months' visit to her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Preston. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Coward are rejoic ing over the arrival of another boy at their home. Little fellow was born Saturdry night, the 5th inst. J. L. Coward and Will Allen visited Palatka on Saturday last to take the ex amination required before being ap pointed census enumerators. Hon. James R. Howe, late member of congress -from Brooklyn, N. Y., and a large owner of Crescent City real es tate, is expected in the city in a few days. J. H. Mathis, Jas. Padgett, jr., George Neal, J. E. Lorick and C. C. Mathis went up to the Haw Creek country one day last week on a deer hunt. They got one. Rev. D. Spencer, for many years a minister - of the Missionary Baptist church residing in this section, last Sun day morning united with the Presbyte rian church by letter. M. H. Read has purchased of F. S. Cone the vacant lot at the corner of Central avenue and Summit street. This gives Mr. Reed two very desirable busi ness lots in the best part of town. Quite a number of Crescent City peo ple will attend the bridge opening celebration and barbecue on the 22d inst., and it is more than likely that an excursion will run on that day.' Neil Twoomey's dramatization of St. Elmo, the southern novel by Mrs. Au gusta J. Evans, 'will be presented at the V. I. A. Hall on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday evenings of next week, the 15th, 16th and 17th inst. Rev. Mr. Jones is holding evangelis tic meetings at the Baptist church this week, services being at 3 and 7 p. m. daily. The service last Sunday evening was a union meeting of the Baptist, Presbyterian and Methodist churches. The United States surveyors are now in the Haw Creek section surveying a route for the proposed ship canal from Haw Creek to Ormond. James Padgett, jr., of this place is acting as pilot for the crew. W. H. Sample of Albany, and Geo. E. Benedict of Nassau, N. Y., both old time winter visitors, arrived last Satur day and are again at Grove Hall for the balance of the season. Their coming is a great pleasure to the people here. Miss Mary Graham entertained de lightfully at a dinner party on Saturday lust, the following young ladies being present: Misses Lula May Hunter, An na Bruce, Ruby Mathis, Louise Lorick and Miss Efiord of South Carolina, the guest of honor. Dr. Ellen Lowell Stevens will lecture at V. I. A. Hall to-morrow (Saturday) evening on "Hygenic Living and Pre vention of Tuberculosis." Dr. Stevens is delivering a scries of lectures through the state under the auspices of the Florida Federation of W'omen's clubs. L. A. Hurlbut will soon begin the erection of a story and a half bungalow house on the Summit street side of his big grove. It is expected the house will be completed and ready for occu pancy this spring. L. Eaton & Son will probably build the bouse for Mr. Hurl-but. - Mrs. A. M. Raymond of New York is at Grove Hall for the balance of the season. Mrs. Raymond hai not been here for some 5 years, but finds many old friends pleased to see her. She has been spending her late winters in Cali fornia, but says she much prefers Cres- cent City, its beautiful oak trees and The new two-story 7-room dwelling now being erected on South Prospect street by K. Borson will be occupied by cashier C. T. King as soon as completed. The work of construction is going rap idly on under the supervision of Rev. R. N. Catc. It will be a pretty home, and will add much to the looks of that section of the town. Mrs. S. B. Shaw did not buy the lot at the corner of Central avenue and Summit street as reported last week though she did bargain for it. Instead, she bought the lot on the corner of Summit street and Cypress avenue, op posite the Baptist church, and designs putting up two conges thereon. Mrs. Shaw is well pleased with her present business location, and her growing dry goods, notion and millinery business. Hon. Geo. L. Thompson of Kings Point, N. Y., has been spending the week with Mrs. Thomgson and their little son at Grove Hall, and all are ex pected to leave today for their northern home. Mr. Thompson is a member of the New York state assembly, now in session at Albany, and his visit is neces sarily short. Mrs. Thompson and the little boy have been here some two months, and their departure is sincerely regretted. All are hopeful that they will visit Crescent City again. "Old Love Songs to be illustrated by Young Loves" will be the manner of designating a unique entertainment toT"'as a be given at V. I. A. Hall next Monday night, St. Valentine's day. Celebrated characters of history and fiction will be costumed and depicted on the stage, among them Ben Johnson's "Cella." Dr. Pipe will sing "Oh! Promise Me." A male quartette of trained voices will also sing, and souvinir postal valentines will be given to all who come. Home made candies will be for sale. Mes dames Hurlbut and Borson are making arrangements for this entertainment, and the people are sure to be pleased. Half the proceeds will be given in aid of the school piano fund. Remember the date, and be on hand. LAKE COMO. Miss Agnes Force of Montclair, N. J., is a guest at All-view cottage. Albert Williams has returned to his home in New York City. While here, he was a guest at All-view cottage. Mr. and Mrs. C. Roberts have gone to St. Augustine. While here they were guests at All-view cottage Miss Susie G. Carson and Mrs. Phcbe Bells' of Pomona, were the gucsH of Mrs. o. Carson, recently. Mr. and Mrs. Goodsell and aunt of Pomona, were visitors in town recently. Mrs. Clarence Carson and son, Har vey, are the guests ol their aunt, Mrs. R. II. Blood, coming from Boston, Ga. A silver tea was held at the parsonage, recently. A large crowd was present, and quite a neat sum of money was realized. Refreshmcnls of sandwiches, cakes, candy and tea was served and a most enjoyable afternoon was spent. The Minstrel and Vaudeville show given by the Lake Como Dramatic club, was a decided success; and in. spile of the cold weather, a large crowd was present, and by the enthusiastic applause and encore it was evident the play was greatly enjoyed. Those taking part were: Howard Gates of Cleveland, O., and Chas. C. Sullivan, Como, tambour- Six Niglits "Go as You Please Race." How many tired fathers and mothers in this town enter this race every night carrying a babyT And they wonder what the matter is. Chances are the child is starving worms are eating all of its food. Most children have worms, yours needn't. White's Cream Vermi fuge will get rid of the worms and strengthen the child. frice 23 cents per bottle. Bold by Ackerman-Stewart Dine Co. and J. H. Haughton. Allen Holton's "Ingomar." Allen Holton in "Ingomar" was the attraction at V. I. A. Hall on Feb. 2d. He was assisted by Miss Edith Hubbard soloist and R. M. Williamson, pianist. Mr. Holton has always been a great fa vorite with Crescent City people and this, his first appearance here in his. new play, only added to his popularity. The cast of thirteen characters was most ably impersonated in a manner that could not fail to please, and that sus tained the reputation of Mr. Holton as one of the foremost impersonators of his day. Miss Hubbard of Federal Point is the possessor of a very sweet voice, attrac tive personality and could not fail to charm. She held her audience enrap tured from the beginning and every ap pearance was the signal for prolonged applause. Mr. Williamson, the pianist, is one of the best performers ever heard in Crescent City and delighted every one with his music. The hall was comfortably crowded and the ladies of the V. I. A. realized quite a neat sum. The entertainments given by this ossociation are always unu sually good and Crescent City amuse ment seekers are looking forward with pleasure to the entertainmeat which is to be given by the ladies of the V. I. A. on Feb. 14. Com. ines; John Garniss of New York City, and J. A. MacNab of Oakwood, N. bones; Dr. W. K. Mills, of Syracuse, N. Y., as middle-man; Leonard Mainz of Syracuse, N. Y., soloist; Claude Monjar, D. B. Raybon and Lamar Carson, stun tcrs. The stage was effectively deco rated with flags and lanterns. At 8 o'clock, singing of "Suwance River," opened the show, the curtain rising at the chorus. 1 he beautiful effect ol the decorations and black faced artists, won great applause. Following the song stunt by the tambourines and bones. Jokes were then in order, fol lowing all the songs. Solo and chorus, "Old Gray Bonnet" by Leonard Mainz, received hearty applause. Solo and chorus, "Darling Chloe" by Howard Gates. This old time melody was heartily applauded. Solo and chorus, "When Lucinda, Ma Honey, Comes to Town," by Chas. C. Sullivan, brought down the house. Howard Gates as Lucinda" was great, and the cake-walk, by these artists, was immence, receiving an encore. 1 he solo and chorus, "Rainbow" by Dr. W. R. Mills, with the Indian stunt, was beautifully sung and acted and received great applause, was very effective, receiving an encore. Solo and chorus, "So Long Mary," by Leonard Mainz, was most humorous and the costume and stunt with the song, was a howling success, receiving and encore. The last solo and chorus, "The Grand Old Flag" by Leonard Mainz and entire company, was indeed fine. At the last rendition of the chorus, all waving "old glory," another curtain opened, disclosing the goddess of Liberty (Miss Cleo Monjar) draped in flags, amid a bank of green, was a magnificent tableau, the applause being one great cheer and shouting. Thi-i ended the first part. Part second, was the vaudeville monologue, very humor ous by Dr. W. R. Mills. Recitation, "Glad I'm Livin' " by Lamar Carson. Solo, "Flow Gently Flow" by Albert Skilton of Watertown, Conn. The ini mitable Teddy, a wonderful trained dog. Side-walk Talk, by Howard Gates and Chas. C. Sullivan, very humorous. Im personation, by Leonard Mainz. Solo, "Looking For The Lovelight In Your Eyes," encore. The participants deserve great credit, for they all did fine. Leonard Mainz of Syracuse, N. Y., is a singer of great ability, with a sweet and sympathetic voice. Dr. W. R. Mills, is a gifted mu sician and composer. Albert Skelion is also a gifted musician and composer, of Watertown, Conn. Mrs. Albert akilton, was accompanist, and her kindness was greally appreciated. The jokes were all "up to date" and humorous, and Messrs. Garniss and MacNab as (bones) were exceptionally fine and were hearti ly applauded. HAMLET had melancholy, probably caused by an inactive liver. A bad liver makes one cross" and irritable, causes mental and physical depression and may result disastrously. Ballard's Herbine is acknowledged to be the perfect liver regulator If you're blue and out of sorts, get a bot tle to day. A positive cure tor bilious headache, Constipation, Chills and Fever and all liver complaints. Sold by Ackerman-Stewart Drug Co. and J. H. Haughton. Don't nee harsh physics. The reac tion weakens the bowels, leads to chronic constipation. Get Doan's Regulets. They operate easily, tone the stomach, cure constipation. Tho Sick Are Made Wei! And th Weak Are Restored U Full Vigor and Strength at tho Hands ol the Greatest Specialists of Modern Times. rs yea a strraetir strong, aeUrs, Tlforns, baalttiT. brPT man oman' If nol tob should dolay ooo dy bofor tou consult a peclfclllt. on to whom tbo human body u an opm bonk, and Ik unnvrauvnda or,rr plius ot o(knm and dljM and W him ana mas IMalauat lor a oaro is as almpla aS tho adding a soluma ol liira, The Leading Specialists Tat orsr SO roars Dr. Hathawar a Co. bars boon tbo leading spsoiallsta of tbls aaanlrr. Taalr practioa aaa baon zar vaars largor tban that of otuur tpooLaltsts. Tbelr curasof allaurttof dtsoaaod conditions hnTa hatan that nisMTVal of thtt Dlnol('rl Drofafttiioli and the) popl generally. Tbelr fame baa tpread Into ererr town and OYerr bam let. Those afflicted wttb aU manner of dieeaa! hare aoug bt t bet r aenrlcee I n order that t bey night be mtde whole by the administering ot their wonderful eyatm of treatment. Wreck, of buaaanlty bare come to them for oomultatlon and medtclnea who, a few months latr, hare returned to them In moil Tlf oroaa health to glT them their thanka. All Chronic Diseases Cured Tr. Batbaway Co. treat all ehronle dte emace tbuen peculiar to men and those peculiar to women Vital Weakness. If l li lt y. Female Troubles, Varicocele. Piles, Fis tula, Catarrh. Rheumatism, Kidney and Ural CuuplalAta bkiu iJleaaeea, ate., eta. Every Case Specially Treated Trery ease taken by lr. Hathaway & Co. il specially treated accord In to Its nature, all under their gwoeral personal supervision, ?ad all remedies used by tbetu are prepared rom the purest and best drugs In tbelr own laboratories under tbelr personal OTersistit, and all from special prescriptions oi their own. Dr. Batbaway A Co. make no charge for consultation or advice, either at their oflloe) or by niali. Oil. HATHAWAY & CO- National Bank Building SAVANNAH, OA. MAbSBY COMPANY 0,1. rORSYTMSTREET, LANTA,. ,UA. L.... JI. - ft a! L I tl I sT I Everything i Mwftinery and Mi IS " ..-fiVJ- ill Supplies carried in stock here. W? have thp lirdest and most Com. plete line of Machinery and Millus PLIES IM THE SOUTH, BUT we AVE flo BRANCH HOUSE. OUR own office Hf cords KNOW THAT WE HAVE THOUSANDS CF PER- FECTLY ATlSFlEP CUSTOrCRS. W1TE I' for cat aukue ANt prices; we tan k Save y" momey. sf 9 our hahm;s.y '" i. rAsv-niihlmihl AMn rut IV Bi!aai"Trrr Write To-day lor FREE Copy 1910 Florida Almanao When Yea Buy Fertilizer From Us You Get One Mixed for Your Land No one Fertilizer can give uniform benefit to all classes of land. Because all kind is not alike by any means. When a man goes to buy a farm lie wants to see what kind of soil is there. You should not think of buying fertilizer without knowing that it is adapted to your soil, and the crop to be grown. The proper Fertilizer is as necessary as the land itself if the grower really wants the most profitable results and we believe you, as a grower, do want to get from your labor all the crop that can be produced. You should have it. You are entitled to a substantial profit from your labor. You should have it. We want to help you, and feel sure we can. First, we need from you a chance. Write us to-day for a free copy of our 1910 Florida Almanac, and give us the number of acres and kind of crops you cultivate. Has the information that ought to be in all reliable almanacs, and Fertilizer facts that are worth studying and studying, before your grove is fertilized or next crop is planted. E. O. PA9NTER FERTILIZER CO., Jacksonville, Florida FREE TRUCK With 1-Ton Order lor fertiliser. Notice of Application for Tax Deed. Notice Is hcrwhy nlvn thnt A, D. Ourry, purchancr of Tnx Orltllcald No. SlH, dulcet the Rili clay of Mnr. A. I). 13, Imx filed mild certificate In m.v ollU-e.and hit liuide fiiriil. cation for til x deed to Issue In accordance Willi law. Bald certificate embraces the fol lowing described property situated In Put nam county, Florida, to-wlt: , We ot nel4, section 32, township 0 s, rnnge 2fl e. 10 acres. Tlie sold land being nssesHed at the date of the lHKiian e of such certlllcate In the name of Unknown No. 7. Unless said certlllcate Hhall lie redeemed according to law. tax deed will Uhuu thereon on the 20th day of February, A. I), low. WltuesH my official slgnutureand seal this tlu 21st day of .lanuai-y, A. 1. hill). Seal HKNKT HUTCHINSON, Clerk Circuit Court Putnam Co. Fla. JJy Henry Hutchlnrou. Jr., li. O. Notice to Public. This is to notify the publiothat the steamer Crescent, or owners, will not be responsible for any debtscontracted by.the steward. The Beach & Mii.lkb'Line, E. T. CLARK, TrafficManager. Notice of Application for Tax Deed. Notice is hereby given that A. D. Curry, purchaser of Tax Oertllicate . No. 118, dated the 4th day of July, A. D. 1W, has llled snld certificate In my office, and has made appilcittloti tortax deed to Issue In ac cordance with law. Hald certificate em braces the following described property sit uated In Putnam county, Florida, to-wlt: 1ot 4 or Kit of fiv'i, Section 111, township 10 s. range Hi e fill acreB. The said land being assessed at the date of the Issuance of Buch certlllcate in the nnme of E.J. H. Klchnrdson Unless said certifi cate shall be redeemed according lo law, tnxdeed will Issue thereon on the HOili day of February, A. n. 1910. Witness my official signature and seal this the 2st day of January, a. n. 1910. CSenl HKltfRY HUTCHINSON. Clerk ClrcultCourt Putnam Co., Fla. Bv Henry Hutchinson, Jr., I. O. HORSE FOR SALE A good work animal in fine condition, also a new light Wagon, Buggy, riding saddle and Harness. The above will be sold cheap owner called north by sickness. A. F. LANE, l-21-4t. Huntington. 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Cos.. 4' i ,-.e.e 1 i.M TABLES aliow ihe tmiee at which traiaa mj be earuected lo arrtve hi and depart rro aeverai ...tinne: Kut tnetr arrival or deperture ai me ttmee atateo ta aoi ssereoteeej noe H Qua VI tn he It.'d r.:in.,M. for any delay or any con.rquenre artatns thereirom. ! i COVV '"P Tilt LOCAL TIMK CARD OR OTHER INFORMATION "ill THE TICKET Al.tNL' 1. D. KAHNI-H. General Paieor Aent ST. AUGUSTINB. FLORIDA ccccccceaaaajaaatcccucc Igoes everywhere! North, South, East and West Consult the "Purple Folder" For detailed information, rates, schedule and reservation, see your nearest Ticket Agent, or write to or call an , A. W. FRITOT, Div. Pass. Agent, Jacksonville, Fla. 6. H. KAYES, Ticket Agent, Palatka, Fla. a Si a B a a Atlantic Coast Line R. R. i fretty lake.