MOTORINGG IN THE MOHAWK" "MOTORING IN THE MOHAWK"
MOTORING DE LUXE SCHEDULE OF THE MOHAWK times at a reasonable rate of speed, well
On a chassis constructed by the White within the requirements of safety, so
Automobile Company of Cleveland, Subject to such changes as conditions may require that passengers may enjoy to the ut-
Ohio, has been built to order, from JACKSONVILLE to MIAMI most the scenery along the route.
original designs, a limousine body with The "MOHAWK" carries no letter-
original designs, a limousine body i To 1 Tour 2 Tour Tour 4 Tour To 9 o Tour T To. 12 JACKSONVILLE Windsor Hotel Leave 9.30 A.M. ing or advertising of any description and
extra large plate glass, mechanically- Jan. 20 Jan. 26 Feb. 1 Feb. 7 Feb. 13 Feb. 19 Feb. 25 Mar. 3 Mar. 9 Mar. 15 Mar. 21 Mar. 27 ST. AUGUSTINE Alcazar Hotel Arrive 11.30 A.M.g or arising any escrion an
operated windows; seats with hair cush- Jan. 20 Jan. 26 Feb. 1 Feb. 7 Feb. 13 Feb. 19 Feb. 25 Mar. 3 Mar. 9 Mar. 15 Mar. 21 Mar. 27 (Luncheon, Dinner, Lodging, Breakfast; Sightseeing Trip) is a private automobile in every sense
ions covered with hand-buffed leather; of the word. In appearance and con-
all woodwork of the finest mahogany; Jan. 21 Jan. 27 Feb. 2 Feb. 8 Feb. 14 Feb. 20 Feb. 26 Mar. 4 Mar. 10 Mar. 16 Mar. 22 Mar. 28 ST. AUGUSTINE Leave 8.30 A.M. struction it is as far removed from the
electric lights and the most improved Jan. 21 Jan. 27 Feb. 2 Feb. 8 Feb. 14 Feb. 20 Feb. 26 Mar. 4 Mar. 10 Mar. 16 Mar. 22 Mar. 28 DAYTONA Ridgewood Hotel Arrive 12.15 l. ordinary autobus as is a Pullman parlor
electric lights foand the mo st improvedAt (Luncheon, Dinner, Lodging, Breakfast; Sightseeing Trip) car from a branch line day coach.
heating apparatus for chilly days. At car from a branch line day coach.
the rear is a completely closed and Jan. 22 Jan. 28 Feb. 3 Feb. 9 Feb. 15 Feb. 21 Feb. 27 Mar. 5 Mar. 11 Mar. 17 Mar. 23 Mar. 29 DAYTONA Leave 8.30 A.M. The "MOHAWK" is no longer an
Locked baggage compartment, so that no Jan. 22 Jan. 28 Feb. 3 Feb. 9 Feb. 15 Feb. 21 Feb. 27 Mar. 5 Mar. 11 Mar. 17 Mar. 23 Mar. 29 COCOA Cocoa House Arrive 10.30 A.M. experiment, the car has been thoroughly
baggage needbecarried in that part of Jan. 22 Jan. 28 Feb. 3 Feb. 9 Feb. 15 Feb. 21 Feb. 27 Mar. 5 Mar. 11 Mar. 17 Mar. 23 Mar. 29 MELBOURNE Carleton Hotel Luncheon Arrive 12.30 tired out and has not developed a fault.
the car occupied by the passengers. Jan. 22 Jan. 28 Feb. 3 Feb. 9 Feb. 15 Feb. 21 Feb. 27 Mar. 5 Mar. 11 Mar. 17 Mar. 23 Mar. 29 MELBOURNE Leave 1.30 P.M. Since July 9, the "MOHAWK" has
a The cars are equipped with standard Jan. 22 Jan. 28 Feb. 3 Feb. 9 Feb. 15 Feb. 21 Feb. 27 Mar. 5 Mar. 11 Mar. 17 Mar. 23 Mar. 29 FORT PIERCE Fort Pierce Hotel Arrive 4.00 P.M. been operating on a regular schedule
disc wheels; 36 x 6 pneumatic tires all Jan. 22 Jan. 28 Feb. 3 Feb. 9 Feb. 15 Feb. 21 Feb. 27 Mar. 5 Mar. 11 Mar. 17 Mar. 23 Mar. 29 PALM BEACH The Breakers Arrive 6.30 P.M. over the "Mohawk Trail," through the
around and dual wheels on the rear, (Rooms and all meals for two and three-quarters days) Adirondacks; to Montreal; through the
providing ease in riding and absolute Jan. 25 Jan. 31 Feb. 6 Feb. 12 Feb. 18 Feb. 24 Mar. 2 Mar. 8 Mar. 14 Mar. 20 Mar. 26 Apr. 1 PALM BEACH Leave 9.00 A.M. White Mountains and down the Shen-
Sfreedom from skidding. The wheelbase, Jan. 25 Jan. 31 Feb. 6 Feb. 12 Feb. 18 Feb. 24 Mar. 2 Mar. 8 Mar. 14 Mar. 20 Mar.26 Apr. 1 MIAMI TheGralynn (andotherhotels)Arrive 12.00 m. andoah Valley, and has given absolute
198 inches, and the semi-elliptic springs, satisfaction to every one of the hundreds a
S41 inches long in front and 60 inches MIAMI to JACKSONVILLE of passengers carried,- not a complaint
a long in the rear, ensure a smoothness from the most discriminating.
of op on heretore uobtaned Jan. 28 Feb. 3 Feb. 9 Feb. 15 Feb. 21 Feb. 27 Mar. 5 Mar. 11 Mar. 17 Mar. 23 Mar. 29 Apr. 4 MIAMI The Gralynn Leave 9.00 A.M. In recent years hundreds of miles of
of operation heretofore unobtamed by Jan. 28 Feb. 3 Feb. 9 Feb. 15 Feb. 21 Feb. 27 Mar. 5 Mar. 11 Mar. 17 Mar. 23 Mar. 29 Apr. 4 PALM BEACH The Breakers Luncheon Arrive 12.00 M. b macadam and asphalt roads hoa
even the highest class of motor cars. brick, macadam and asphalt roads have
SThe ordinary inequalities of the road Jan. 28 Feb. 3 Feb. 9 Feb. 15 Feb. 21 Feb. 27 Mar. 5 Mar. 11 Mar. 17 Mar. 23 Mar. 29 Apr. 4 PALM BEACH Leave 2.30 P.M. been built in Florida and it is fast be-
S are passed over unnoticed. Jan. 28 Feb. 3 Feb. 9 Feb. 15 Feb. 21 Feb. 27 Mar. 5 Mar. 11 Mar. 17 Mar. 23 Mar. 29 Apr. 4 FORT PIERCE Fort Pierce Hotel Arrive 5.30 P.M. coming the "Motorist'sWinter"Paradise.
The 50 horsepower White engine has (Dinner, Lodging and Breakfast) The only way to see and enjoy the i
Sample power for all purposes, and the Jan. 29 Feb. 4 Feb. 10 Feb. 16 Feb. 22 Feb. 28 Mar. 6 Mar. 12 Mar. 18 Mar. 24 Mar. 30 Apr. 5 FORT PIERCE Leave 9.00 A.M. tropical scenery, the famous resorts, the
S cars maintain a speed fast enough to Jan. 29 Feb. 4 Feb. 10 Feb. 16 Feb. 22 Feb. 28 Mar. 6 Mar. 12 Mar. 18 Mar. 24 Mar. 30 Apr. 5 COCOA Cocoa House Luncheon Arrive 12.15 m. orange groves, the lakes, the rivers and
produce that pleasant feeling of ex- the beaches is "over the road" by auto.
l ro t nt s f o Jan. 29 Feb. 4 Feb. 10 Feb. 16 Feb. 22 Feb. 28 Mar. 6 Mar. 12 Mar. Mar. 1 ar. 24 Mar. 30 Apr. 5 COCOA Leave 2.00 P.M. With our own "priva e" cars all roads
hilaration and yet not so fast as to be Jan. 29 Feb. 4 Feb. 10 Feb. 16 Feb. 22 Feb. 28 Mar. 6 Mar. 12 Mar. 18 Mar. 24 Mar. 30 Apr. 5 DAYTONA Hotel Ridgewood Arrive 5.30 ..ur own rival
uncomfortable. Passengers m the "MO- (Dinner, Lodging and Breakfast) are open to us and all the interesting
S HAWK" are protected from the heat by-ways and corners may be visited in
of the sun's rays; from the dust of the Jan. 30 Feb. 5 Feb. 11 Feb. 17 Feb. 23 Mar. 1 Mar. 7 Mar. 13 Mar. 19 Mar. 25 Mar. 31 Apr. 6 DAYTONA Leave 8.30 A.M. comfort and at our own time and pleasure
road and from the sudden showers that Jan. 30 Feb. 5 Feb. 11 Feb 17 Feb. 23 Mar. 1 Mar. 7 Mar. 13 Mar. 19 Mar. 25 Mar. 31 Apr. 6 ST. AUGUSTINE Alcazar Hotel Luncheon Arrive 12.30 M. No hot, crowded and dusty trains; no
Sso often come without warning; touring Jan. 30 Feb. 5 Feb. 11 Feb. 17 Feb. 23 Mar. 1 Mar. 7 Mar. 13 Mar. 19 Mar. 25 Mar. 31 Apr. 6 ST. AUGUSTINE Leave 2.30 P.. exasperating delays; no connections to
in the "MOHAWK" means "no post- Jan. 30 Feb. 5 Feb. 11 Feb. 17 Feb. 23 Mar. 1 Mar. 7 Mar. 13 Mar. 19 Mar. 25 Mar. 31 Apr. 6 JACKSONVILLE Windsor Hotel Arrive 5.00 P.M. be missed. We make our own schedules
ponement on account of weather." use only the good smooth roads, and
One can ride all day, and step off travel easily and comfortably. Our
the car feeling as clean and comfortable PRICE OF TICKETS itineraries cover practically all of the
as when starting; not the slightest indi- interesting resorts of the East Coast
cation of the fatigue anddiscomfort JACKSONVILLE to MIAMI and return ELEVEN DAY TOUR MIAMI to arrival JACKSONVILLE THREE DAYS, all expenses.. $ 39.00 with optional extensions to the West
which so ofen a pnie a lon d including hotels sightseeing and all meals for the round trip- .. $135.00 Coast resorts and to Cuba and Nassau
which so often accompanies a long ride Same, to arrival St. Augustine .................... .. .. ....... $ 34.50 On these tours there will be somewhere
in the ordinary automobile. Same, from and to St. Augustine .......$122.00 ts os ee i e soewe
And then there is the pleasant com PALM BEACH to arrival JACKSONVILLE TWO and ONE to go and something new to see every E
pay of the congenal people who con- JACKSONVILLE to arrival MIAMI FIVE DAYS, all expenses .. $ 70.00 HALF DAYS, all expenses ........................ $ 33.00 day. Each resort has its own special
si.. p. e F J ... attraction and we see and enjoy 'em all.
stitute the "party" and who make the Same, from St. Augustine ........................ .. $ 62.00 Same, to arrival St. Augustine ... .. .. .. .... $ 30.50 Good hotels are used at all points
trip interesting and enjoyable. d d thr fn
The schedules have been carefully JACKSONVILLE to arrival PALM BEACH THREE DAYS all PASSENGERS CARRIED FROM AND TO ANY POINT ON THE where stops are made, and e icY of
planned; only standard highways are expenses ................................... 36.5 ROUTE WHEN SEATS ARE AVAILABLE; RATES QUOTED ON AP- ESSARY EXPENSE for the complete
used and the cars will be operated at all Same, from St. Augustine.................. ......... $ 29.50 PLICATION. round trip.
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S"MOTORING IN THE MOHAWK "
IIT T E0 T TA ~VISITING THE RESORTS
ROUG FLORI A OF THE EAST COAST
St. Augustine, Daytona, Ormond, Palm Beach, Miami
With Optional Extension to Tampa, St. Petersburg, Ocala, Silver Springs and the Ocklawaha
I DEPARTURES from JACKSONVILLE
Saturday, January 20 Wednesday, February 7 Sunday, February 25 Thursday, March 15 r
Friday, January 26 Tuesday, February 13 Saturday, March 3 Wednesday, March 21 i
Thursday, February 1 Monday, February 19 Friday, March 9 Tuesday, March 27
From St. Augustine one day later
PRICE OF TICKETS rolls up to The Breakers at Palm Beach where rooms and
including all transportation, hotels, sightseeing and ALL meals are provided for a stay of nearly three days.
MEALS From and to FOURTH and FIFTH DAYS-At Palm Beach,
aksobeyond question the most famous of winter resorts. I
Jacksonville $135.00 St. Augustine $122.00 Its two great hotels, The Royal Poinciana and The
ITINERARY Breakers, both managed by the Florida East Coast
FIRST DAY (January 20 and 26; February 1, 7, 13, Hotel Company, accommodate together over two
19 and 25; March 3, 9, 15, 21 and 27) Leave Jackson- thousand guests. The Breakers faces the Atlantic
ville from Windsor Hotel at 9.30 A.M. in the "Mohawk" Ocean, and nearly opposite the eastern entrance is
a for the motor tour along the East Coast of Florida. The the great steel pier extending 1,000 feet into the ocean.
first stop is at St. Augustine, a ride of about forty miles. Eleven A.M. daily is the bathing hour and the salt-
The Alcazar, one of the famous Florida East Coast hotels. water dip may be taken in the surf or in the
0 is reached at 11.30 A.M. and rooms and meals are pro- Casino swimming pool; after which every one repairs to
vided. St. Augustine is the oldest city in the United the piazza of The Breakers for the band concert, light
States. After luncheon the auto will be taken from the refreshments and dancing. During the stay at Palm
Alcazar for a comprehensive sightseeing trip about the Beach the "Mohawk" will be used in making trips to
city, including historic Fort Marion, The Plaza, with its West Palm Beach, Lake Worth, and to the ostrich and
cathedral and other points of interest, alligator farm, the largest in the state.
SIXTH DAY Leave Palm Beach in the "Mohawk"
SECOND DAY Leave St. Augustine from the at 9.00 A.M. for the 70-mile ride to Miami. A brief stop
Alcazar Hotel at 8.30 A.M., continuing the tour south- is made at Fort Lauderdale and Miami is reached at
ward through St. Johns County, an agricultural section 12.30 noon. Rooms and meal are provided at The
lying midway between the Atlantic Ocean and the St. Gralynn, The Halcyon and other good hotels.
Johns River. A brief stop is made at the little town of SEVENTH and EIGHTH DAYS In Miami, one
Bunnell at 10.30 A.M. Daytona is reached at noon and of the world's great reports. Here is found every form
rooms and meals are th Th id o e world great resorts. Here is found every form n
rooms and meals are provided at The Ridgewood. The of outdoor amusement. Arthur Pryor and his famous
afternoon will be devoted to a sightseeing trip in the band entertain daily in Royal Palm Park. The golf
"Mohawk" which will include a drive over the famous course at the Miami Country Club is one of the best in
Ocean Beach Speedway, which runs for thirty-five miles course at the iamd Country Club is one of the best m
between the Atlantic and the FHalifax River over the the country; the adjacent waters attract fishermen by
between the Atlantic and the Halifax River over the the thousand and wonderful catches are made of tarpon,
white sand making a surface as hard and smooth as a sailfish and many others that tax the skill of the best
boulevard. Visits will be made to the resorts of Sea- anglers. The "Mohawk" will be freely used in making i
breeze and Ormond with their magnificent hotels and to sightseeing trips, including a ride across the new cause-
the beautiful country estate of John D. Rockefeller. way to Miami Beach where bathing may be enjoyed, and
a THIRD DAY- The "Mohawk" will leave Daytona the Aquarium, one of the finest in the world, may be
at 8.00 A.M. From Titusville, which is reached at 10.30 visited; to the Polo Fields where exciting games are
A.M., the road follows the bank of the Indian River played every day; to Cocoanut Grove, Coral Gables, the
E through orange and grapefruit groves for nearly one Deering Estate, the Hialeah Moving Picture industry
hundred miles. At Melbourne an hour's stop is made and the Greyhound Racing Track. Arrangements may
and luncheon is served at the Carleton Hotel. A brief be made for a longer stay at Miami (the "Mohawk" leaves
halt is made at Fort Pierce, in the heart of the pineapple every six days for Daytona, St. Augustine and Jackson-
L section. The day's ride comes to an end as the "Mohawk ville and for side trips to Nassau, Havana, etc.
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NINTH DAY-(February 3, 9, 15, 21, 27; March 5, West Tampa are of great interest to visitors. Leave
11, 17, 23, 29: April 4t Leave The Gralynn Hotel in Tampa at 4.30 p.M. by boat across Tampa Bay arriving
i thwe "'Mhaw k" at ().fnI ~.M. % luni.i n-,ln at Thle Bileaker., St. Pete-r-bur.L at hl P.Ml Roois and meals pro\ iil-d
Palm d ai h: aii e Foit Pi irce HoI-,. F-. rt PIieice. at at lihe Det,it Ilut'tl.
S5.311 P.M. fo.r d.ning dinner. I.duiing and breakfast. THIRTEENTH and FIUR'TEENTH D\YS- \t
TENTHI D\I -- LeaN e Fort Pie-ri'- at 9.1li A.M. St. Petersburg. Because of its ,woinderfully niild I and
**.topp ing. at I_- i at no n I. r n 'ir at thile C:oa.d eligible climate. %without extrenme- ofl heIi t or cold. andil
SlHou .e. thlence to Da),i) ilI. anl i\ ing at 5.31.1 P.M. E\ en- betciiie of it- many days of law' es- wiatlhir. St. Pit'i- l
. ihn dinner. lIil' ing and I breakla-t at The Hidl :e'ewod Hotel. bur.k is very generally kno.i' n a "'Thl Sunhiine (.'ity.- 1
ELEI\ENT'H D).\f -- Tie "Mi hawk" ill hla\. Praclically ivery day of the year is a\aildl)le lor otril. ori
SDaytona at 8..11 \i.M. st',ihl.ing at the \iazar llitel, St. recreation. \Ananll ien nts may be inacli to i xtend thie
A.\uV'ultii-e, I;. r 1111 lit.un, and arri\ ing Jacksoin\ ille at stay in St. Petersbiirg.
S5.011 P.M. FIFTEENTH Lea\e St. Peter ibur_ on morninin
) Optional Ellen-ion to The et,,t C:ont train in parlor car bruiler-l,ullet .ei ici arrii\ing ( Iala a
e tailyv in the afternoon. HRitis onlv r\ iided at Har-
T.IPAMPA. ST. PETERSBUIRG. O('.L.L. SILVER rin gton Hall. Eiuroipean plan. Ininediately after arrival
SPRINGS and the OC)KLAW AHA RIVER at. (cala an automobile trip will be provided to Silver
iAdditional co-t I iiliinlnding e\|ell-.ens asspecifieid i. $60 Springs aind a ride include in thie glass-,bottunied bats
I i laor a \ ie o'f th beautiful i\Iarine ( lens.
: ITINERARY SIXTEENTII DAY L,.ade lharhin;tn Hlll. (cala.
i ELEFI.I VENTH D)A\ Lea\e Daylina at 9.i.. 1.\.1 I.iy attr ibreakl'a.t in autio-lus toi ti-nnect \iith linotu, r launi.l i
,i auto-bus to DeLand conne, ting with \tlaintic CoI',Lt Linel fr tlie all-daylilg t trip on tle ickJa aLiha Hi c'. The [
S train lea\ in, at 12.45 inon. Seat in paIllor car iiriler boat prceiedt down\ tel Silver Springs Ili\er oI' r ten
i l bullet sni'' i' in.lided. T'lh route i .ts ,across ntr.l miles ad e -rs the old fo're-t iof thie ckla ,
Florida \ia \Viintel r Pa. rk. Iirllnlr io ,ind L keldii, dri\ in'- t,\\ ii ing .y -' ., pin and ljdlinett .. ill in \ inl, andi l
,i aTanlil at 5.111 P.M. Ho siiii and ineal ale 'pro idtli air plaint, andi iealies the t'erminus at Palatka ial...'l
S at the Tdnip B-Jdy Il.lil. onie Iihindred and thirty-fi\e Inilisli at 6.31) P.M. IHoon
S T\ELFTI' I)\ \ -- Ini Tnipa. 'Tamipa i- a thlitr- pro\ aided at the ,Jame,. Hlutil. European plan.
ujgi Ohly mn'etrool,.itin (.ily "uithi i.-imtifiil parks and il-ub- SEVENTEENTHI DA -- Leia\e Palatka on II.11)
iurbls. Th'.i: .iair I','ct,,ries in Tani .i bor I ity dnd A.M i. train arri inii: Ja k.,ii\ ille at 1.ill) P.M.
. ... T "-IN -. LIS. .MOHAW.. I,- tS i
..FI., .,,. THE TOUIIlING I.IMOIL'SINE MOHAWKK" /.,.
"MOTORING IN THE MOHAWK"
I SEVENTEEN DAY INCLUSIVE RATE TOURS
|l EAST COAST RESORTS
| KEY WEST and HAVANA
FROM JACKSONVILLE, JANUARY 20, 26; FEBRUARY 1, 7, 13, 19, 25; MARCH 3, 9, 15, 21, 27 n
(From St. Augustine one day later)
a PRICE OF TICKETS hundred miles. At Melbourne an hour's stop is made
FROM and TO and luncheon is served at the Carleton Hotel. A brief
Jacksonville $240.00 St. Augustine $227.00 halt is made at Fort Pierce, in the heart of the pineapple
a WHAT IS INCLUDED section. The day's ride comes to an end as the "Mo-
All transportation by auto, rail and boat; hotels and hawk" rolls up to The Breakers at Palm Beach where
sightseeing trips as specified; all meals with the exception rooms and meals are provided for a stay of nearly three
of those at the hotel in Havana which is on the European days.
plan. FOURTH and FIFTH DAYS-At Palm Beach, l
Tickets are good for return until May 31, and allow beyond question the most famous of winter resorts.
stopovers. Stretches of silver beach, the bluest of water, stately
ITINERARY palms and vivid flowers of every hue- this is Palm
FIRST DAY (January 20 and 26; February 1, 7, 13, 19 Beach in all its tropical loveliness. Its two great hotels,
and 25; March 3, 9, 15, 21 and 27) Leave Jacksonville The Royal Poinciana and The Breakers, both managed
from Windsor Hotel at 9.30 A.M. in the touring limousine by the Florida East Coast Hotel Company, accommodate
a "Mohawk" for the motor tour along the East Coast of together over two thousand guests. The Breakers faces
Florida. For detailed description of the "Mohawk" see the Atlantic Ocean, and, nearly opposite the eastern
page 11. The first stop is at St. Augustine, a ride of entrances is the great steel pier extending 1,000 feet into
m about forty miles. The Alcazar, one of the famous the ocean. Eleven A.M. daily is the bathing hour,
Florida East Coast hotels, is reached at 11.30 A.M. after which every one repairs to the piazza of The Breakers
Rooms and meals are provided here. St. Augustine is for the band concert, light refreshments and dancing.
the oldest city in the United States. After luncheon the During the stay at Palm Beach the "Mohawk" will be
auto will be taken from the Alcazar for a comprehensive used in making trips to West Palm Beach, Lake Worth, [
sightseeing trip about the city, including historic Fort the ostrich and alligator farm (the largest in the State).
Marion, The Plaza, with its cathedral and other points SIXTH DAY Leave Palm Beach in the "Mohawk"
of interest. at 9.00 A.M., for the seventy-mile-ride to Miami. A brief ]
SECOND DAY Leave St. Augustine from the stop is made at Fort Lauderdale and arrive at Miami at
Alcazar Hotel at 8.30 A.M. continuing the tour southward 12.30 noon. Rooms and meals are provided at The
a through St. Johns County, an agricultural section lying Gralynn, The Halcyon and other good hotels.
midway between the Atlantic Ocean and the St. Johns
Biver. A brief stop is made at the little town of Bunnell SEVENTH and EIGHTH DAYS-- In Miami, one
at 10.30 A.M. Daytona is reached at noon and rooms of the world's great resorts. Here is found every form
| and meals are provided at The Ridgewood, the largest of outdoor amusement. Arthur Pryor and his famous
and best appointed hotel at this resort. The afternoon band entertains daily in Royal Palms Park. The golf
will be devoted to a sightseeing trip in the "Mohawk" course at the Miami Country Club is one of the best in
which will include a drive over the famous Ocean Beach. the country; the adjacent waters attract fishermen by
Visits will be made to the resorts of Seabreeze and the thousand and wonderful catches are made. The
Ormond with their magnificent hotels, and to the beautiful "Mohawk" will be freely used in making sightseeing
country estate of John D. Rockefeller. trips, including a ride across the new causeway to
0 THIRD DAY-The "Mohawk" will leave Daytona Miami Beach where bathing may be enjoyed, and
at 8.00 A.M. From Titusville, which is reached at 10.30 the Aquarium, one of the finest in the world, may be E
A.M., the road follows the bank of the Indian River visited; to the Polo Fields where exciting games are
through orange and grapefruit groves for nearly one played every day; to Cocoanut Grove, Coral Gables,
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the Deering Estate, the Hialeah moving picture industry communicate with them at once and provide them with
and the Greyhound Racing Track. reserved seats for each tour. Autos will call at hotels
I NINTH DAY (January 28; February 3, 9, 15, 21, 27; for passengers fifteen to twenty minutes before hour of
March 5, 11, 17, 23, 29) Leave Miami in Pullman on departure of each trip as given below.
noon train over the Key West extension of the Florida "SEEING HAVANA TOUR" (Daily and Sunday at
a East Coast Railway. Luncheon provided. 10.00 A.M.)--An eighteen-mile trip covering every
The railroad leaves the mainland at a point about historical and interesting point in Havana, including the
fifty miles south of Miami; then for nearly one hundred boulevards and parks; Vedado, the best residential sub-
Sten miles it is built across the Florida Keys, which are urb, where are the homes of the American colony; the
connected by bridges and viaducts actually an "ocean ancient Spanish fortress La Fuerza (1538), the oldest
voyage on a railroad train." The longest stretch of inhabited building in America; San Francisco Cathedral
viaduct is that known as the Long Key Viaduct, two and (1664); Columbus Cathedral (1704); Merced Church
2 one-half miles in length. On arrival at Key West at (1746); the President's Palace, etc.
5.40 P.M., rooms and meals are provided at the new "HAVANA EVENING TOUR" (Daily and Sunday
Casa Marina, the latest addition to the Florida East at 8.30 P.M.) Seeing gayest Havana. Not even the
Coast hotels. night life of Paris can compare with the night life of
TENTH DAY Key West is an important military Havana. The ride includes the Chinese quarter, where
Sh s n p t h 30,000 Chinese make their homes; a visit to the Chinese
and naval base and is different from any other city in the 30,000 Chinese make their homes; a visit to the Chinese
United States. Its chief industry is cigars, one hundred theatre (admission included); the Fronton Jai-Alai,
and fifty million being manufactured annually. Leave where the Spanish national ball game is played and
Key West at 10.00 .. on P. & Line steamer for the finally the Gran Casino de la Playa similar to the famed
SWest at 10.00 A.M. on P. 0. Line steamer or the onte Carlo. A stop of an hour and a half is made j
seven-hour voyageacross the Straits of Florida to Havana. Monte Carlo. A st of an hou and a half is made
SStaterooms are provided for use during the trip. Lunch- here and the lecturer explains the various games
eon on board the steamer is included and Havana is Time threeand one-half hours.
reached at 5.00 P.M. Here rooms are provided at the "MORRO CASTLE and FORTRESS CABANAS"
Plaza Hotel (European plan), facing Central Park. (Daily and Sunday at 9.00 A.M.) This trip is made by
E The trip between Key West and Havana may also be auto and boat. Crossing the harbor to Morro Castle,
made by "Aerial Cruisers" or flying boats. These boats the point where the U.S.S.S. "Maine" was sunk, is
have enclosed cabins and carry eleven passengers and a crew pointed out. Morro Castle was built in 1587 and the
E of a pilot and two mechanics and are equipped with two 400 construction of Cabanas Fortress was begun in 1763;
H.P. Liberty motors. The trip requires one hour and fourteen millions of dollars were spent on this latter
twenty-five minutes each way, and the additional cost, one work of defense. All the historical features of both forts
way, is $40.00. will be described in detail.
S ELEVENTH, TWELFTH and THIRTEENTH FOURTEENTH DAY Leave Havana (except Sun-
DAYS In Havana. The capital of Cuba, a cosmo- day) by P. & O. steamer at 10.30 A.M. Luncheon and
politan city of nearly half a million inhabitants, is most stateroom berth included. Arrive Key West 5.30 P.M.
m fascinating to the tourist. Then there is the modern and leave at 7.00 P.M. in Pullman berth included.
Havana with its Prado, a broad avenue lined with laurels, FIFTEENTH DAY (February 3, 9, 15, 21, 27; March |
shrubbery and plants, leading to the Malecon, the sea- 5, 11, 17, 23, 29; April 4) Pullman may be occupied at
wall built during the American occupation one of the Miami until 7.00 A.M. Breakfast is provided at the
Finest drives in America. Gralynn Hotel. Leave the Gralynn Hotel at 9.00 A.M.,
To the end that our patrons may see all that is worth luncheon at The Breakers, Palm Beach, arrive Fort
while in Havana and vicinity, we include in these tours Pierce Hotel, Fort Pierce, at 5.30 P.M. for evening dinner,
E the following "personally conducted" excursions. lodging and breakfast.
All these trips are made in luxurious Royal Blue Line SIXTEENTH DAY- Leave Fort Pierce at 9.00
autos (as comfortable as any high grade touring car), in A.M., stopping at Cocoa at noon for luncheon at the Cocoa
charge of expert and careful chauffeurs and English- House, thence to Daytona, arriving at 5.30 P.M. Even-
Sspeaking lecturers. The latter are qualified in every ing dinner, lodging and breakfastatthe Ridgewood Hotel. 2
way for their work and the facts given in their lectures SEVENTEENTH DAY The "Mohawk" will leave
are reliable. Our representative, Mr. Reddington, will Daytona at 8.30 A.M. stopping at the Alcazar Hotel, St.
E be notified in advance of date of arrival in Havana and Augustine, for luncheon, and arriving Jacksonville at a
the hotel at which our passengers are located and will 5.00 P.M.
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Northbound from Florida to
WASHINGTON NEW YORK BOSTON
E WITH STOPS EN ROUTE AT
Savannah, Ga., Augusta, Ga., Camden, S. C., Pinehurst, N. C., Raleigh, N. C., and Richmond, Va.
Leaving Jacksonville Thursday, April 12, 1923 a
Those who are spending the winter in Florida will A.M. Luncheon at Sylvania, Ga., arrive Augusta, Ga.,
welcome the opportunity to come north in the spring early in the afternoon. Rooms and meals provided at
over the road, avoiding the crowded trains and boats. the Partridge Inn. Mileage for the day, 129.
The luxurious, enclosed Touring Limousine "Mohawk" SUNDAY, APRIL 15 Leave Augusta at 9.00 A.M.,
with its powerful White motor; 198-inch wheel base; stopping for luncheon at Columbia, S. C., arrive Camden,
large plate-glass windows; hair-stuffed leather-covered, S. C., about 5.00 P.m. Dinner, lodging and breakfast at
Sextra-wide seats; pneumatic tires; dual wheels on the Kirkwood Inn. Mileage for the day, 114.
rear for easy riding and freedom from skidding, will MONDAY, APRIL 16- Leave Camden at 8.30 A.M.
make the trip, leaving Jacksonville on Thursday, April 12. Luncheon at Cheraw, S. C. Room and meals at "The
The schedule has been carefully planned allowing time Carolina" at Pinehurst, N. C., and other hotels at this
for sightseeing at all of the cities and resorts that will be delightful resort. Mileage for the day, 116.
visited. PRICE OF TICKETS TUESDAY, APRIL 17 The forenoon at Pinehurst,
leave at 2.00 P.M. for Raleigh, where evening dinner,
S Jacksonville to Washington .............. $110.00 rooms and breakfast will be provided at Yarborough
Jacksonville to New York ............ 115.00 Hotel. Mileage for the day, 82.
Jacksonville to Boston ................... 130.00 WEDNESDAY, APRIL 18 Leave Raleigh at 8.30
3 Tickets include transportation, meals and hotel accom- A.M., stopping for luncheon at South Hill, Va. Evening
modations as specified every necessary expense for the dinner, lodging and breakfast at the Jefferson Hotel,
trip. B A Richmond. Mileage for the day, 166.
A A THURSDAY, APRIL 19 Leave Richmond at 9.00
Trunks may be forwarded by express or by train as A.M., making a stop at Fredericksburg for luncheon and
excess baggage at small expense. Hand baggage is reaching Washington in the afternoon. Evening dinner,
carried on the Mohawk" in a baggage compartment lodging and breakfast provided at Hotel Driscoll. Mile-
Sunder lock and key, fully protected from dirt and wet. age for the day, 134.
REGISTRATION FRIDAY, APRIL 20- Leave Washington at 9.00
should be made well in advance, accompanied by an ad- A.M., stopping at Bel Air, Md., for luncheon and arriving |
o vance deposit of $25.00. Address Geo. E. Marsters, Inc., Philadelphia at 5.00 P.M. Dinner, lodging and breakfast
Windsor Hotel, Jacksonville, Fla. or Gralynn Hotel, provided at the Majestic Hotel. Mileage for the day,
Miami, Fla. 140.
ITINERARY SATURDAY, APRIL 21-Leave Philadelphia at
l (Subject to such changes as circumstances may 9.00 A.M., stopping at Trenton, N. J., for luncheon and
drrer P.M. Evening dinner, lodging and breakfast provided.
I THURSDAY, APRIL 12- Leave Windsor Hotel, Mileage for the day, 100.
SJacksonville, at 9.00 A.M. over the Dixie Highway. SUNDAY, APRIL 22 Leave New York at 9.00 A.M.
Luncheon is provided en route. Brunswick, Georgia, is for Boston over the Shore Line. Luncheon at Taft Hotel
reached early in the afternoon. Evening dinner, lodging at New Haven. Evening dinner, lodging and breakfast a
Sand breakfast provided at the Oglethorpe Hotel. Mile- at The Mohican at New London. Mileage for the day,
age for the day, 90. 128.
FRIDAY, APRIL 13 Leave Brunswick at 8.30 A.M. MONDAY, APRIL 23 Leave New London at 9.00
arriving at Savannah at noon. Rooms and meals pro- A.M. via Narragansett Pier and the shore of Narragansett
vided at the De Soto Hotel. Afternoon for sightseeing Bay, stopping for luncheon at the New Biltmore Hotel
about Savannah. Mileage for the day, 75. in Providence and reaching the Copley-Plaza Hotel,
SATURDA Y, APRIL 14 Leave Savannah at 9.00 Boston, at 4.30 P.M. Mileage for the day, 119. a
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