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Hi i-; lorida was more an

Wi invalid-s sortr, sailing and fish-
.Ali ing apparently satisfied all.
Tourists followed the invalids
Sand soon outnumbered them.
.;.-,:s_ ,O3:;, their r recreations were de-
manded, and for several years tennis was the fad,
the game being played by champions of the
United States all along the Florida East Coast.
Bicycling followed, and it came to stay.
The most popular of out-door sport to find a
home on Florida's East Coast is the ancient and
royal game of (Golf. The golf season in St.
Augustine is longer than at any of the other win-
ter resorts. It begins with the opening of the
Alcazar in November and continues until Iay.
And now Lawn Tennis again seems to be in
the ascendant.


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LAWN TENNIS bids fair to give golf-
ing a close run for popularity this
rennis. season. Ping Pong is credited, to a
large extent, with being responsible for
the renewed interest in tennis, and the
recent international tournaments seems
to have given it an impetus that will ,
carry it through in grand shape. The *'"i
courts at St. Augustine, Palm Beach,
Ormond, M\Iiami, and Nassau were put
in good condition last year and will be
kept up to the East Coast standard.


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IV Palm Beach are
desirable cottages for Cottage
rent, ready furnished.
This mode of spending
the winter months is
extremely attractive,
offering perfect free-
dom for those iwho do
not care to be bound
hr the ordinary con-
ventionalities of hotel
life. For information
relative to cottages at Ormond, write to MIessrs.
Anderson & Price, MIanagers of the Hotel
Ormond.

T HE tventy-mile stretch of hard level beach
on the coast at Ormond is the grandest
speedway in the world and is particularly adapted
to speeding automobiles.

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G OLF links are located at St.
Ormond, Palm Beach, Miami,
The best players in the country have
them the superior of any in the
winter resort territory. Nlany im-
provements have recently been
made in the lay of the courses
and in the make-up of the put-
ting greens.
The same careful attention and
liberality in the matter of well-
kept first-class links, and numerous
and elegant prizes, will be observed
by the individual links-manage-
ment as has prevailed during previ-
ous seasons.
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Augustine,
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C LOCK-GOLF has recently become very
j popular, and Dials have been put in at
S St. Augustine, Ormond, Palm Beach, M\iami, and
S Nassau. The location of the green at Nassau in
the grounds of the Hotel Royal Victoria are par-
ticularly inviting and is very much in demand
afternoons, the hotel management frequently serv-
ing 5 o'clock tea and other light refreshments.
Clock-golfing is very gentle exercise, and for
those who are not strong enough to take the long
walks or make the muscular strokes required to
"drive in golf, it is even better than ping pong.



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T O()OKA RIVER, the
Ocklawaha of the East
Coast, displays wonderful
scenery. A new twelve-knot
Daimler Launch, with capac-
ity for 50 passengers, makes
trips daily from Hotel Or-
mond to the head of naviga-
tion of the Tomoka, between
io A. MI. and 4 P. A Hot
u1 nch served at Tomoka
Cabin.


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T AKING the Florida year as a whole, par-
ticularly the East Coast, there are in it
more absolutely perfect days-days when it is a
positive delight to live, to merely breathe, and
more nights serene, comfortable, and beautiful -
than in any other portion of the world.
It has been said, and probably with more truth
than wNould have applied
to any other portion
of this sub-celestial
sphere, that The
East Coast of
Florida is para-
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Florida East Coast

SURF bathing is a popular and invigorating
pastime for the visitors at Ormond,
Palm Beach, and Nassau. The surf is
enjoyable every day in the year at
Bathing. Palm Beach and Nassau, and there are
only a few days at Ormond when
the water is too cool for comfort.
Pool bathing at St. Augustine, I
Palm Beach, \Iiami, and Nassau is
indulged in daily by those who are
too timid to tempt Old Neptune's
grasp, and the frequent water sports
at the St. Augustine Casino are
interesting to the onlookers. i

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HE Halifax River and connecting creeks
furnish ideal boating of all kinds. Attract-
ive outings are the daily picnics in launches to
various points of interest in the vicinity. For vari-
ation, parties sometimes go to the Tomoka Cabin
and have lunch, returning to the hotel by tallyho
over one of the most picturesque roads in Florida.
Here the tourist may alternate the pleasures of
the water with rambles in forest glades or excur-
sions to orange orchards full of fruit.

A PRIVATE school at Hotel Ormond pro-
vides competent instruction in kindergarten
S and the higher branches.
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Florida East Coast


One
Day's
Catch.


T HERE is no State in the Union whose fishes
attract more attention than those of Florida.
The number of species that are sought because of
their commercial value is far greater than in any
other section of America. Those that are of
interest to the angler are more numerous than any
other State can boast, while the richness and
peculiarities of the fish fauna of Florida have
made this State a fascinating field to the ichthyol-
ogist and student of geographic distribution. The
total number of fishes known from Floridian
waters is about 600, or about one-fifth of the
entire fauna of America north of Panama.


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T ROLLING for kingfish, jacks, crevalle,
bluefish, Spanish mackerel, and spotted sea
trout at Indian River, Lake Worth,
a Key WVest, or Biscayne Bay fiir-
nishes sport of the most excit- Fishing.
ing kind; while still fishing for
= s sheepshead and mangrove snap-
pers at Indian River Inlet; for
S chubs, porgies, porkfish, yellow-
tails, snappers, and grunts at
Key W\est; or for red snappers,
red groupers, and others of their
kin on the snapper banks fur-
I nishes sufficient variety to please
any angler, in whatever mood
he may chance to be.




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YoACHTS of light draft i
-that is, those draxvw-
cocoa- ing up to two feet-can ,
usually cruise all inside, if
desirable, from Ormond, near
the head of Halifax River,
to Key \est, a distance of
421 statute miles.
A few small yachts and
launches can usually be char-
tered for long or chort
cruises, or for a day, at St.
Augustine, Daytona, New- .
Smyrna, Titusville, Palm '
Beach; and a larger number, 4
some of which have auxil-
iary power, at 1\liami, Cocoanut Grove, and Key
West.


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A T the mere mention of the words Ping
Pong, those who have experienced the
intense interest of the game brace up immedi-
Piing
ately and the muscles of the right hand involun- Po1ng.
tarily tighten, as though clasping the handy little
Racket, and long to begin sending the
little egg-shell of a ball to a watchful
opponent and, in turn, to be on the
I .,' alert to receive it, thus keeping it in
Circulation until one, by a dexterous
stroke, places the ball beyond his
opponent's reach.
S Those who have never tried this
pleasant indoor game are filled with
M : Clcuriosity by the queer sound of the
v- na me; they investigate and are
-- .."- captivated. The revival of
Lawn Tennis is largely due to
the popularity of the Ping Pong or table tennis
fad; having become victorious with the celluloid
sphere and small racket, the aspiration to conquer
in a larger feld becomes dominant and Lawn
Tennis is the logical sequence.

M R. ALFRED LEWIS HOLMES conducts school.
a private school at Palm Beach, convenient
to the hotels, where instruction is given in kinder-
garten and the higher branches.


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T HE climate of Florida may, without doubt,
be classed among the finest of earth.
Though ten degrees nearer the equator than south-
ern Italy, the temperature is no warmer, while
the air is far more equable and dry. The reason
for this has never been clearly established; but it
is well known that the Gulf Stream carries off
immense quantities of the surplus heat of the
region, and that branches of the returning Arctic
current tends to cool its shores and is a potent
factor in maintaining the surprising equilibrium
of its temperature.
The days are rich with sunshine and the crisp
air is instinct with vigor. Out-of-door pleasures,
which imply effort and exercise, are always pos-
sible, and it is never too warm for golf or tennis.



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SWIMMING POOL IN THE CASINO.


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THE GROUP OF HOTELS FRONTING ON
THE ALAMEDA, ST. AUGUSTINE, THE
PONCE DE LEON, THE ALCAZAR AND THE
ALCAZAR ANNEX, ARE FAMOUS THE WORLD
OVER FOR THE BEAUTY OF THEIR ARCHI-
TECTURE, THE ELEGANCE OF THEIR DEC-
ORATIONS AND FURNISHINGS, AND THE
COMPLETE COMFORT THEY OFFER THE
VISITOR.


DINING-ROOM IN PONCE DE LEON.


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HE CONTINENTAL IS AN-
T OTHrENR OF TH NODEL
HOTELS OF THE FLORIDA EAST
COAST HOTEL CO., LOCATED AT
ATL.ANTIC BEACH, A NEW AND
JUSTLY POPULAR RES( )RT, REACHED
V.I.A IACKSONV\ILLE. THE BATHING
tHERE IS EXCEPTIONALLY FINE,
AND A COMMODIOUS DANCING
PA-VILION, WITH A SUPERB OR-
CHESTRA, IS NOT THE LEAST
1p,1ATTR.ACTIVE FEATURE. ANOTHER

ATTRACTION, WHICH IS A POPULAR
PLACE OF RESORT, IS THE OC.E.AN
PIER.

THE CONTINENTAL. AT ATLANTIC BEACH.

T HE RIDING PATHS AND DRIVES AT '
ORMOND ARE NUMEROUS AND
DELIGHTFUL. THEIR ATTRACTIVENESS IS
ENHANCED BY THE TROPICAL VERDURE.
STEAM1 LAUNCHES RUN FROM ORMOND
UP THE PICrTURESO)UE TONI(KA RIVER TO
THE HEAD OF NAVIGATION, THE ROUND
TRIP OCCUPYING HALF A DAY. S.AIL AND
R(-)WBOATS ARE ALWAYS AVAILABLE.
THE T\WENTY-IILE STRETCH OF HARD
BEACH IS THE GRANDEST SPEEDWAY IN THE
WORLD FOR ALTTC)N(IOBILES.
THE BEACH PAVILION IS PROVIDED WITH
DRESSING ROOMS FOR OCEAN BATHING. BOATING ON THE TOMOoA RIVER.
ORMOND ORANGES AND ORNIOND PRE-
SERVES AND GUAVA JELLY AVE AD R IV E NEAR ORMOND.
NATIONAL REPUTATION. DRIVE NEAR ORMOND.


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IFE AT PALM BEACH IS NOT CONFINED TO
THE HOTELS BY ANY MEANS. ALONG THE
LAKE AND OCEAN FRONTS ARE NUMEROUS

HANDS lME VILLAS OWNED BY PEOPLE OF

WEALTH. THEY HAVE THEIR YACHTS, LAUNCH-

ES, AND WHEEL CHAIRS, BUT LEAVE THEIR

HORSES AND CARRIAGES AT HOME, THEY ARE

NOT NEEDED AT PALM BEACH; ALL THE DAYS

ARE BRIGHT AND PLEASANT; ALL THE NIGHTS

ARE FULL OF MOONBEAMIS OR STARLIGHT.

THE GARDENS SURROUNDING THE ROYAL

POINCIANA ARE IMPRESSIVE AND FAIRY-LIKE

WHEN SEEN AT NIGHT LIGHTED UP BY IMYRIADS

OF VARI-COLORED INCANDESCENT BULBS.


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ROYAL POINCIANA. AT PALM BEACH.


PALM BEACH IS BY FAR THE
QUEEN OF ALL THE EAST
COAST RESORTS. THE
GROUNDS AND GARDENS OF
THE ROYAL POINCIANA, WITH
RICH TROPICAL GROWTH AND
SWEET-SCENTED FLOW ERS,
ARE A CONSTANT DELIGHT
TO THE EYES AND SENSES.
BICYCLE CHAIRS AND "RICK-
SHAWS" ARE FAVORITE
MODES OF CONVEYANCE.


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AND IMPROVED. A MAGNIFICENT NEW DIN-

ING-HALL AND SPACIOUS BALLROOM HAVE BEEN

ADDED.

NO DAY IN THE WINTER IS TOO COOL FOR A

DIP IN THE SURF AT PALM BEACH.

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BATHING POOL. MIAMi.


VIEW OF MIAMI FROM ROV'AL PALM.


ONE DAY'S' CATCH.


M IAMI, THE SOUTHERN TERMINUS
OF THE FLORIDA EAST COAST

RAILWAY, IS THE METROPOLIS OF

SOUTHERN FLORIDA. A FLEET OF MAG-

NIFICENTLY-APPOINTED STEAMERS PLY

BETWEEN THIS POINT AND NASSAU,

KEY WEST, AND HAVANA.

THE FISHING HERE IS EXCEPTION-

ALLY FINE.

HOUSE BOATS ARE SPECIALLY LOCAT-

ED FOR BONE AND TARPON FISHING,

AND ARE PREPARED TO FURNISH FISH

DINNERS AND LUNCHEON FOR PARTIES


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ALL THE NUMEROUS PLEASURES AND
RECREATIONS OF THE FLORIDA BEACH
RESORTS MAY BE ENJOYED AT MIAMI. THE
WEATHER IS PERFECT DURING THE FALL,
WINTER, AND SPRING MONTHS.
*THE GOLF LINKS AT NIIANII ARE NEARLY
AS LEVEL AS A BILLIARD TABLE. THEY ARE
PRONOUNCED AS FINE AS ANY IN THE
SOUTH.
SCHOOL ACCOMMODATIONS FOR CHILDREN,
WITH COMPETENT INSTRUCTORS IN KINDER-
GARTEN AND THE HIGHER BRANCHES.

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CIOUS HOTEL COLONIAL,

AT NASSAU, IS SITUATED ON

THE BAY FRONT, IN THE

HEART OF THIS MOST BEAU-

TIFUL AND ATTRACTIVE OF

TROPICAL RESORTS. DIS-

TILLED WATER IS USED AT

THE HOTELS COLONIAL AND

ROYAL VICTORIA AT NASSAU.

THE STEAMSHIPS OF THE

PENINSULAR AND OCCIDENTAL

STEANISHIP COMPANY, OPER-

ATED BETWEEN NlIAMI AND

NASSAU, KEY WEST AND

SHAVANA, ARE EQUIPPED WITH

EVERY I OD ERN CONVENI-

SENCE. THE STATEROOMS ARE

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QUEEN'S STAIRCASE.


THE GOLF COURSE AT NASSAU
HAS BEEN INCREASED FROM

SIX TO NINE HOLES.I: THE QUEEN'S

STAIRCASE, A SERIES OF STEPS

CHISELLED THROUGH SOLID ROCK,

IS ONE OF THE INTERESTING

PLACES TO BE VISITED.

THE THREE OLD FORTS AT NAS-

SAU ARE RELICS OF THE FAR-OFF

DAYS OF BATTLE, MURDER, AND

SUDDEN DEATH" THROUGH

WHICH THE ISLAND OF NEW

PROVIDENCE HAS PASSED.

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P NASSA IS MOST ON LINTESIRG. THE FLOWER
GARDENS AND THE GREAT NUMBER OF SHRUBS AND



VI*H FROM THE ROYAL VICTORIA.
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A GLANCE at the accom-
panying diagrams will

give one some idea of the

extent of the celebrated links

maintained by the Florida

East Coast Golf Club. Its

five courses, the best in the

South, are open to all mem-

hers, and during the long

winter season there are daily


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At St. Augustine, the links are just beyond the pictur-
Sol f esque old City Gateway. The membership of the club,
the oldest in the State, is composed of wealthy cottagers
and hotel guests.
At Ormond, the Golf Club House is directly opposite
the Ormond Station of the Florida East Coast Railway.
The links here are quite sporty, and even from the clubs
of experts many a ball finds its permanent resting place
in Dismal Swamp.
But in winter the Mecca of golfers from all over the
country is Palm Beach. Each year the number of play-
ers on this course increases.
Ideal golfing weather prevails at Miami during the
winter, and the links there are very popular.
The last links of the East Coast chain jump across
the Gulf Stream to English territory, landing on the old
Fort Charlotte Reservation at Nassau. No course in the
chain offers more sport and good exercise, and nowhere
is golf enjoyed more than on these picturesquely located
grounds overlooking the beautiful sea and harbor.


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FLORIDA EAST COAST

HOTEL COMPANY

Operating the World Famous Hotels:


Ponce de Leon
ST. AI.i(.USTINE.
ROBERT IMURRAY.

Alcazar
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Jos. P. GREATER,

Cordova Annex
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