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THE PALATKA NEWS, FEBRUARY 20, 1914.
LOUNDS DRUG COMPANY Crescent City, Florida GET INTO THE GAME EARLY! V NOW is the time to get your garden seeds. We have them. .Everything fresh. .We bay only the best. Get our prices; we will meet anyone else's prices for first class stock. - Headquarter! for Pure Drug and Chemicals. Patent Medicines Stationery Florida Souvenirs LOUNDS DRUGCO. CRESCENT CITY, FLA. GROVE JH ALL CRESCENT CITY'S 'LEADING HOTEL. It mnXcs Its gnosis comfortable, and -affords pleasant porches and . . V--' lounging rnoins. GOOD FISHING AND HUNTING close by. Orescent City Is an Meal spot In which to spend the Winter and Sprint! months. And Grove Hall Is the place to stay. Rates on application to W. C. NORTON, Proprietor ORESCENT CITY, FLORIDA in i m REAL ' ESTATE CRESCENT CITY FLORIDA Crescent Hill lots easy terms. on John Rafferty, Contractor and Builder CRESCENT CITY, FLA. Estimates furnished and Jobs of all kinds finished expedlously in Crescent City or at Lake Como. Write me aboul the work you want done. WANTED. Shippers of Freight of all kinds to route their shipments by the Steamer CRESCENT of the Beach & Miller Line. s Shipments will receive the best of care and prompt attention. Steamer Crescent City leaves Cres cent for Palatka. Jacksonville and way ports at 6.30 .m., on Tuesdays. Thursdays and Saturdays. ' Leaves Jacksonville on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. E. T. CLARK, Traffic Manager. Jacksonville. Fla. Crescent City Transfer Co's. : Automobile ami Boat Line. Auto meets all trains at Crescent City Junction Night trains by appointment. S. M. LaBREE, Manager. Crescent Citv, Florida. A Bargain in Bathroom Outfits We Install all work and material guaranteed, from $75 up. Kalsomining and painting jobs taken anywhere in Putnam County. Write me. J. L. WELSH CRESCENT CITY - FLORIDA C. E. GUTTERIDGE L. L. B. ATTORNEY COUNSELLOR NOTARY PUBLIC ETC. Collections, Keiitn. Keal Estate, &c. CRESCENT CITY, FLA. Office rear of Babel's Store. I. spen-cez. Dentist. Office at Residence on Prospect Street. Crescent City, Florida. Are You Saving Money ? ONE DOLLAR ' will start a savings account with us. We pay four per cent, interest compounded quarterly. Cank of Crescent Gily CRESCENT CITY, FLA. K. BORSON -K.M. WHITE, M.F. PIXTON Pres. Vlce-Prts. Oashler FOR SALE Pure Barred Plym outh Rock Eggs, for setting, 75 cents Ijr 15. Apply J. . Baruett, res nt City, Fla. l-30-4t-pd. FOR SALE One and one half lheln nf Snnr Orano-a Seed. J. S. tddeck. Seville. FU. 2-13-2t, "Crescent City, Hews t t Personal and Social. Mesdames Clay and Courier, guests at Mrs. Uautier's, are to entertain at a reception at V. I A. nail this after no jn. Mrs. Porter Pierpont of Savannah arrived last week to spend some time on a visit to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Pratt. Mrs. Clapp, a former prominent teacher in the public schools of Da venport, Iowa, was a guest last week of Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Tillinghast. Miss Tierney and Mrs. Rice of Da venport, Iowa, are the guests for a time of Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Bills at their bungalow home on South Pros pect street. Mrs. Rankin,the lady who has oper ated a bake shop and ten cent notion store here for some months, has moved to DeLand with her business. She moved on Monday. A meeting of the congregation was held at the Presbyterian church last nignt to arrange for the supply of the puipit tor the coming year, i'lio News nas not been advised of the result of the meeting. Her F. babers isn't going to let pol itics interfere with his business. He is leaving this week for Delray down on tne east coast wtiere lie will put up and manage a big packing house lor the Crutcnlield-Vvoolfolk (Jo. Miss Elizabeth Kice of Pautucket, R. 1., and Mr. W. S. Wadsworth of Brooklyn, N. Y., are among the latest arrivals at the Haskell house who will spend some time in Crescent City. Others from the north are expected by Mrs. Haskell in a few days. Mr. and- Mrs. F. M. l'ayson of At tleboro, Mass., were among the arri vals expected for this week. Mr. and Mrs. Vayson formerly and for many years resided here and their return for a visit willl be greatly enjoyed by all their old friends. Mr. and Mrs. Wilson McClellan of Davenport, Iowa, who have been tour ing Florida, Cuba and the West Indies spent a tew days last week with Mr. and Mrs. Darling. Mr. McClellan is a large sash manufacturer of Daven port. James Padgett is working in the in terests of tne town in covering tin clay on Soutn huinnmt street read way with sand, as a was the road was being avoided. Mr. Padgett at his own expense is making of it a good road. Miss Florence Atkins is said to be in a critical ccnuiuon in an Atlanta hospital. For some time Miss At kins has been the matron of an or phan asylum in Georgia. News of ner illness will be tne occasion of much sorrow among her old friends here. A newly wedded couple from Bris tol, Conn., spent a day or two of then honeymoon at the Coutant last week. Thev were Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Net- tleton. The groom was over eighty years of age and the bride was just a mere girl of 55. R. C. Middleton has just placed on the market an immense tract of free farming lands on the east side ol Lake Crescent and Dunn's Creek. This land is similar to that in the famous Hastings potato belt and is among the finest in Florida for general farming. Musical people here who were charmed with the recent appearance and singing of Mrs. J. D. Mitchell oi l.ake Como, are still talking ot hei wonderfully sweet and clear voice, ll is not often a singer so generally cap tivates an entire audience as did Mrs. Mitchell. "All are hoping that she may make a return visit before verv long. Every Democrat in the Crescent City precinct should bear in mind that the registration books close on Satur day night of next week, and that if he would take part in the coming pri mary he must register before that time. Now is the time to get busy. Major Burton the precinct registra tion officer has the book at the store of Paul C. Smith. Dr. and Mrs. Arthur Malcolm of Jericho, L. I., arrived late last week for a stay of some time at Grove Hall. Dr. Malcolm is a son of the late James Malcolm who spent many winter sea sons here and whose death is still mourned by all who remember his kindly ways. Dr. Malcolm is also well remembered by many for a visit he made some 17 years ago as a young man and who was then well acquaint ed with the place and people. Senator and Mrs. V. B. Atkins of Selma, Ala., arrived in the city on Sunday to be the guests for a short time of Mr. R. 0. Burtoii and daugh ters. Senator Atkins, who is a mem ber of the Alabama State Senate, is a brother of the late Mrs. Burton. Mr. and Mrs. Eaton Cliff will prob ably leave early next month for their home in Rhode Island, and from which point they will leave later in the same month for England, where their little daughter is in school. Mrs. Amelia Wagner, the lady who last year purchased the 40-acre tract near Mr. Bartlett's place formerly the property of the late Mr. Hawkins, has sold the property during the past few days to B. E. Lake of Louisville, Ky., wno win move on tne place soon, bringing his wife and family. The place has a 5-acre grove of bearing trees. Mr. Lake comes to be a vear- round resident of the plnce and will no doubt be warmly welcomed by the people. The home of James Maull north of the city and on the shore of Lake Crescent, was burned to the ground with all its contents on Sunday morn ing, now the hre started is not known. When discovered by Mr. George Neal it was burning fiercely and there was no chance to save it. The family were all away at the time. Mrs. Maull and the little daughter had spent the rright in town and Mr. Maull had left the house something over an hour before the blaze was discovered. It is understood that the house was insured for $1,000, but this will not nearly cover the loss. The Eleventh Annual meeti"? of the Southfield Bible Conferencj Asso ciation will be held at the Aur.irorium in this place from March 4th to JSth inclusive, lhe speakers wv.ll be the Rev. Dr. C. I. Scofield and Rev. L. S. Chpfer of New York. Gospel sniffers will also be present. Dr. Scolel l is a Bible teacher of national reputation ind a fine pulpit orator. He is aut'ior of the Scofield Correspondence Coaife in the Bible and books on Bib'.e sUidy, editor of the Scofield Reference Bible and editor-in-chief of the 19! 1 Bible. ti, rnnfnrence is undenominational in character, but thoroughly evangeli- cal FAIR A BIG SUCCESS Despite the Rail and Cold Weather. The annual 'county fair under the auspices of the V. I. A. held on Thurs day, Friday and Saturday of last week, proved fully as successful as the ladies managing it had expected. The entertainment features were mo3t excellent, and the exhibits were line. The fair opened on Thursday even ing with a most unique musical and comedy entertainment, the greatest interest centering in the Kinder Sym phony under the direction of Miss Alice Hutchison, and in which 12 in struments and a large chorus took part. Tom Shinn should be mention ed, but it is enough to say that he is an expert musician and comedian. Friday afternoon the fair proper was opened, and although it rained hard the attendance was good; at night there was a jam. On Saturday all day the crowds came and the hall was filled at all hours. The tenis tournament was confined to Saturday because of the rain, and on that day many viewed the plays. The result of the tournament shows the folowing prize winners: Junior doubles, Messers Wheatley and Gow en; Ladies doubles, Mises Phippen and Gutteridge; Senior doubles, Messrs. Keller and Victor Carrier; Miss Gutteridge drew the cup award ed by Mrs. Seaton. The children's parade on Saturday afternoon was a most attractive fea ture of the fair. About thirty chil dren representing well known adver tisements entered. Prizes were awarded to the two boys and two girls who had the best costumes. Mrs. John McCormick, Mrs. Edward K. Glynn and Mr. Taylor acted as judges. Those receiving prizes were Marion and Louise Bullock, Gold Dust Twins, first prize; Charles Cheatham, Quaker Oats, first prize; Alice Cham berlin, Baker's Chocolate, second prize; Gerald Braddock, Cream of Wheat, second prize; Hayward Brad dock, Peter Henderson's Seeds, and Cyrus Bullock, Horlick's Malted Milk, honorable mention. To all ot thj oth er children Mr. Bullock gave each a quarter. San Mateo and Pomona and other nearby places were well represented at the fair. The vegetable, fruit and canned oroods as well as the miscellaneous display was most excellent. Hon. and Mrs. J. H. Harp had some 35 separate articles on exhibition, all products of their fine farm. The prizes in this department went as fol lows: First prizes: Small box of grapefruit and lemons, Hon. J. H. Harp; 1 quart basket guavas; basket kumquats and limes; basket naval or anires: pineapple oranges; Peerless oranges; Georgia collard in tub; sweet potatoes; side Florida bacon, Mr. .1. H. Harp. Corn bread. Mrs. J. H. Harp. Second prizes Carrots, Mr. Bor son; horse bananas, Mr. Darling; tur nips, Ely Amos; cabbage, Mr. Bart- lett; tangerines, lettuce m box, onions, Mr. Harp. First prize Largest exhibit, Mr. Harp; butter and eggs, Mrs. Harp: canned goods, Mrs. Harp; cluster of grape fruit, Major J. L. Burton; box of fruit prepared for parcel post, Chas. Gutteridge; boxes of choice oranges. Chase & Co.,; cabbage, caul iflower, lettuce, turnips, rutabagas, beets, Mr. Borson; horse banannas, Mr. Darling; carrots, radishes, Mr. Bills; sugar cane and syrup, pump kins, cabbage, sugar loaf, Ely Amos; peas, Mr. Harris. The net receipts of the different de partments of the fair were as follows: Musical entertainment, $89.27; food department, $87.35; ice cream, $22. 45; fancy table, $53.20; fruits, vege tables, bacon, $32.76; candy, $18.00; fish pond. $15.00; clowns, $4.61; cards, $7.25; door, $9.50; valentines and bub bles, $2.30; gift, $5.00; tennis club, entries and sales, $34.35. Total $381.64. From this must be deduct ed amount of $29.46 paid out tor lum ber, tennis benches, labor, cleaning, help in kitchen, guarding hall at night, band etc., leaving a net profit to the ladies of $352.18. The fair was most enjoyable and all feel that the ladies are deserving of great praise. On their part the ladies fully appreciate the generous patronage of the people and are grateful. Especially are they grate ful for the contributions. Mr. Glynn Makes Correction. In the last number of the New York Packer, Mr. W. F. Glynn of this place takes exception to a paragraph in that paper of the week before in the following letter: To The Packer: In the last issue of your paper, we find some corres pondence from Crescent City, from which the following is an extract: "The orange situation at this point has not been at all favorable to the grower this season as the white fly has done considerable damage. The crop is short, there being only about oO per cent of a normal yield, lhe sizes run small and the quality is in terior. While it is true- that a considerable part of this section is suffering from white fly troubles and the crop on most groves is- short, the statement of your correspondent does injury to some of us who have knocked out the fly and have a normal crop of clean fruit and good quality. We call this to your attention be cause we have considerable fruit of good size and quality yet to be moved, and as most of it usually goes to New tork, we don t want it given a black eye in advance by leaving unchalleng ed the sweeping statement of your correspondent that, as to fruit in this section, that "the sizes run small and the quality is inferior." W. F. Glynn ,& Co. Mr. and Mrs. William C. Norton have invited the ladies and gentlemen of Crescent City to a "Colonial Party" to be given by Mrs. Geo. H. Herrick, assisted bv Miss Helen Norton, to morrow (Saturday) evening, Febru ary 21st, at Grove Hall. Many will wear colonial costumes, but of course this will be impossible for all the truer.ts who will take advantage of this generous invitation. The body of Henry Atkins a former resident who died last week at Mul berry, Fla.. was brought-here for in terment on Saturday morning. Short funeral services were held at the p-ravp in Eden cemeterv bv Rov Mr. Hun,sberfrer of the Presbvterian ' church. Mr. Atkins was a brother of the late Mrs. R. O. Burton, and he left here mnnv years ago. He resided 'south of the town on the place aftor I wards occupied by W. R. Sanders and now the property of W. M. MiPei. He was a locomotive engineer and was 52 years of ag. : mrs. john s. williams '"Tw 1 x Mil - s7 One of the most attractive women brought to Washington by the Wilson administration is Mrs. John Skelton Williams, wife of the new comptroller of the currency. EARTH TREMORS FELT IN NEW YORK, PENNSYLVANIA AND OTHER STATES. Movement Was From Northwest to Southeast, Converging to a Point In the Atlantic. New York. An earthquake lasting from fifteen to thirty seconds and dis turbing particularly what are geolog ically known as the Devonian and Silurian sections ot the northeastern parts of the United States, took place. It was especially severe in the cen tral and northern parts of New York state. Virtually all of New York state, includine this city, felt the shock, and New England generally, lower eastern Canada and parts of New Jersey and eastern Pennsylvania were shaken. Tremors were recorded as far south as Washington and as far west as St. Louis. At Albany the shock was severe enough to shake pictures from the walls of the capitol, and at Bing hampton a laborer was killed by the caving in a trench in which he was working. At Fort Tlain the heavy doors of a bank vault shook under the influence of the quake nnd from oth er parts of the state the falling of chimneys, swaying of houses and de struction of fragile objects was re ported. BLACKS FOR AFRICAN UTOPIA Scores of Negroes Ready to Sail for Dark Continent. New York. A ship load of negroes, mostly farmers and their wives from Oklahoma, waited here for Alfred C. Sam to lead them to a negro Utopia on the gold coast o Africa. The negro farmers were induced to come here, they said, by Sam, who had been collecting colonizers from Oklahoma, Texas and Mississippi. More negroes were expected from Galveston and the west, and it was said that eighty-six were coming from Boston. The stenmer in -.viiirh ?!!3 r.'y-rt expected to seek the gold coast was the old Curityba, of the Munson line, which formerly plied between New York .and Cuba. An officer of the Munson line said that Curityba was sold a short time ago to the Aldin Trading company of this city, in which Sam is supposed to be interested. Weleetka, Okla. Between five hun dred and seven hundred negroes from various parts of Oklahoma are gather ed here, the headquarters of Chief Sam's African colony. Mobs Attack Jap Parliament. Tokio, Japan The Japanese house of parliament was attacked by a mob. It was driven back by the police only after the entrance gates had been broken down and scores of people injured. The rioting followed a big mass meeting at which resolutions were passed to impeach the cabinet for its attitude in connection with the graft charges against naval officers, several of whom are accused of re ceiving commissions for influencing the allotment of admiralty contracts In favor of a German firm. Caught in Tower of Windmill. Harmony, Maine. Confined in a tower of a windmill while the whirl ing sails cut off his only means of egress, Edwin Pike, a farmer, was de prived of food and water for three days and nights. Several types of wind mills having failed to give him satisfaction, he decided to make bis own. He finished the mill and .enter ed the crank chamber between two of the sails to oil the machinery, when the wind arose and set the mill in action, making it impossible for him to leave. A child that has intestinal worms is handicapped in its growth. A few doses of WHITE'S CUE AM VERMIFUGE destroys and expe:s worms; the child immediately im proves and thrives wonderfully. FrLe 25c per bottle. Sold by Ackerman Stewart Drug Co. Quite Serious. Oahe I saw the doctor's nuto iu front of your house today. Anythin serious? Steve Serious? Should say so. lie collected his bill. Cincinnati Enquirer. (Florida East Coast Railway Company (Flagler System) " 37 I 15 I ? 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S.4riA! il.il-lAM, 1(J.22: lD.IUAMl llMIIAMj 11.IIIAMI J 1 ..KJAM 12..1SHI .VXlPS. b.UIIPM U.OIiAMi 7.0I.AM; 7.I7AM 7.27AM1 S.OUAMi 2.20AM1. lU.OOnt 2.WAM1 . 3.27AMI. b.MM , 8.3I)AM;. H.IKIAMi, 5.30PM1. Iv. Lv. L. Ar twP Arl' KISSIMMF.K VALLEY 1IKANCH 3.50PM Iv. 4.45PM Iv. 5.20PM Lv. 5.41'PM Lv. S.50'41 lv. O.IIOP". lv. , 6.15PM Lv. , 6.30P1 Lv. 6.53HI Lv. , 7.103M lv. . 8.3IIPM Ar. Tilusville .. Mnytown . . ficneva . , , , ('Iiuluotn . . , Lake Pickett. llltlilo Poc.-itaw ... WewHhotee . . Salofka . . . Toliopkee . . , Keiiausville . Two Home Women Talked About Kair. Two women met in our store the other day, when one of them said: "My, how pretty your hair looks! What have you been doing to it?" "Why, I have been using Harmony Hair Heautifier for the past two weeks," was the reply. "Why, indeed!" replied the first wo man, "that is just what I am using. Isn't it great, and don't you think my hair shows a lot of improvement?" Harmony Hair Beautifier is be coming all the rage among both men and women who are particular in the care of their hair. It is just what it is named a hair beautifier. It seems to polish and burnish the hair, making it glossy, silky-soft, and more easy to put in graceful, wavy folds that "stay put." Contains no oil and will not change color of hair nor dar ken it. Simply sprinkle a little on your hair each time before brushing it. To keep your hair and scalp dandruff-free and clean, use Harmony Shampoo. This liquid shampoo gives an instantaneous rich, foaming lather that immediately penetrates to every part of the hair and scalp, insuring a quick and thorough cleansing. It is washed off just as quickly, the en tire operation taking oply a few mo ments. Harmony Hair Beautifier, $1.00. Harmony Shampoo, 50c. IJoth guaranteed to satisfy you in every way, or your money back. Sold only at the more than 7,000 Rexall Stores, and in this town only by' us. Ackerman-Stewart Drug Co., Pa latka, Florida. His Foot In His Mouth. Another one of the things a fellow says as a compliment and then realizes that it isn't, is this reported by a post card helper: "I was so grateful for your thought fulness in writing me about my poor husband's terrible accident!" exclaim ed the pretty widow. "Not at all, not at all," stammered the family friend. "I -as only too glnd to have the opportunity !" Ex change. Cricket. Cricket seems always to have been played in llritain. The first mention of it is found in a manuscript of the thirteenth century. The name comes from the Snxon "crlc" or "cryc," a crooked stick, an obvious reference to the bat with which it is played. Guatemala. Guatemala is about as large as Lou isiiiiiii. The planters are the most in fluential clement, nnd they sell their products for gold and pay their labor in depredated currency. Korea's Plum Blossom. Korea displays the plum blossom on Ur stirmns. It is the roynl flower of her lust dynasty a dynasty which reigned for C00 years, until the Japa nese wrested it nwav. WOMAN REFUSES OPERATION rdls How She Was Saved by Taking Lydia E. Pink ham's Vegetable Compound. Logansport, Ind. "My baby wa9 over a year old and I bloated till I was a burden to mysell. I suffered from fe male trouble so I could not stand on my feet and I felt like millions of needles were prick ing me all over. At last my doctor told me that all that would save me was an operation, but this I refused. I told my husband to get me a bottle of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com pound and I would try it before I would submit to any operation. He did so and Ll improved right along. I am now doing all my work and feeling fine. ' 'I hope other suffering women will try your Compound. I will recommend it to all I know." Mrs. Dakiel, D. B. Davis.IIO Franklin St, Logansport, Ind. Since wo guarantee that all testimo nials which we publish are genuine, is it not fair to suppose that if Lvdia E, Tinkham's Vegetable Compound has the virtue to help these women it wili help any other woman who ia suffering in a like manner? If you are ill do not drag along until an operation is necessary, but at onet take Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. AVrito to Lydia E. Pinktiam !l erticine COh (confident an Lynn, Mass. Your letter wil be opened. read and answered by a woman and ueld In strict couildcuce. Ml 34 I 34 I 98 Daily Daily Daily In effect January 6, 1014 Jarkftnnville Ar St. Augustine tv Ha.tiuirn Uj 7.50PM 6.50PM East I'alatka tv I'alatka t BunueJI tvi 5.55PM! 4 45PM, 4.45PM, 4.1WM Ormond Iw 4 15PM1 4.03PM. Day tons Iv Pnrt Orange tv ifw Smyrna tv 3.30PM 2.2KPM TilUMville tv t'm-oa Iw ll,.,.L-l.,l,.,. l 1.53PM 1 .50PM 1.20PM 1.12PM i-.'iu (iallie Ivj Melbourne tv SclnHlinn Fort fierce JeOHen Stuart West Palm Beach Palm Bmcli Delray Ft. 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Ar. 0 Ar a At. 1 Ar. Ar. Steel Pullman cars of the highest class operated on all trains. Dining cars on Trains Nos. 82, 86. Local Sleeper to Savannah operated on Train 80. . For information and reservation, apply A. W. FRITOT 138 W. Bay Street. W. A. MERRYDAY GO. DEALERS IN Crate Material of all Kinds. Fruit and Vegetable Wraps. 33 Putnam Iliazm.ac'sr & PALATKA. FLORIDA. Drugs, Chemicals, Druggist Sundries and Patents. PRESOR1RTIONS OAREFULLY COMPOUNDED. 7REBH GARDEN SEED Acents Mnllory. 8tamsMp Hre VICE ADMIRALS BILL PASS Secretary of the Navy Daniels Pleased by the Action. Wnsiliinrrton. Six vice admirals for the American navy would he authoriz ed under a bill passed by the senate, after an extended debate, in which spnntnra told of how the commander of the battleship fleet in Mexican wa ters might have to take orders from a ranking foreigner. The navy has been appealing for years for a revival of a higher grade than rear admiral. Secretary Daniels was highly pleased iw the senate's action and expressed confidence that the measure would cer tainly pass the house promptly and bo signed by the president. "The ablest, best and most resource ful officers will be chosen for the new grade," he added, "not necessarily the present seniors in rank. TTnrler the terms of the senate bill four vice admirals on the active list of the line would be appointed within one year after the measure becomes law, the other two to be named as soon as practicable. Another amendment adopted, sub mitted by Senator Bristow, would fix the retirement age of 65 years, instead of 62, as provided in the original bill, introduced by Senator Bryan of Flor ida. In urging this amendment, Sena tor Bristow declared that he had en deavored repeatedly to increase the general retirement age to 65 years, and that this bill presented an excel lent opportunity for congress to set a precedent. The age limit in other grades, he predicted, would be advanc ed before many years. He Won. Mrs. Bncon-Wlmt's the matter with Touimie's face and hands? They are badly swollen. Mrs. Khert-You see. they offered n prize at his school for the boy who would briii? iu the sreat est number of dead wasps, aud Toin mie won." Yonkers Statesman. i 88 Daily Daily Daily Connections sisds s Key Wet, Fla., with P. b O. 8. S. Co., tor Havsns, Cubs. - Connections mads st Miami with P. O. 8. 3. Co., tor Nssssu, Bahsms Iilsnds. Then Tims TablM how the time st which trains may ho expected to arrive st snd depart from tfaesereralf tstionst; but their srriysl or do parturo at the time tated la not fuarsa teed nor is this Com pany to bo bold reason iblo for nny delay or' say consequences aris ing therefrom. SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICB FOR COPY OF TH LOCAL TIMB CARD OR OTHER INFORMATION ' "SEE THE TICKET AGENT 7.40PMI 4.20PM 2.45PM 7.30AM 0.2IWM 6.30PM 3.20PM; '-4S! o -OAM 8.10AM 5.37PM . ... 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RAIINER General Passenger Agent St. AoousniiB, Fla' 1.30PM 12.40PM 11. 31AM 11.20AM COAST LINE a a n B a 3 No. 82 No. 86 8.15 a.m. 2.20 p.m. 1 2.25 p.m. 6.20 p.m. 4.50 p.m. 10.35 p.m. 5.05 a.m. 10.15 a.m. 8.40 a.m. 1.35 p.m. 1 0.00 a.m. 2.46 p.m. 1 2.20 p.m. 5.25 p.m. 2.31p.m. 7.50 p.m. No. 80 i 7.55 p.m 12.10 a.m. 5.05 a.m 8.00 p.m 11.50 p.m 1.14 a.m u 3.40 a.m 6.00 a.m g B a a o a a u D a a Division Passenger Agent, JACKSONVILLE, FLA. FLORIDA Several complimentaray notices have been given Fort Myers and Lee; county because of the fact that a handsome new court house is soon to be erected to take the place of the present hall of justice, which, while it may serve, does not adorn. The' plan adopted is said to be of unusually handsome design, and will be an added attraction for the city. The new court bouse will not only add beauty and dignity to Fort Myers, but will be a greater convenience to the people and make the Lee county folks proud ot their section. 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