Florida Cuba-Nassau. Time Table of the Florida East Coast Railway
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The New and Luxurious Steamship EVANGELINE of the P. & O. S. S. Co.
NEW ROUTE TO THE PANAMA CANAL
All Rail to Key West, Florida, Connecting With the New Ship "Evangeline" of the P. & 0. S. S. Co. Traversing the Famous East Coast of Florida
VIA
THE OVERSEA RAILROAD
RETURN TRIP FROM COLON VIA KINGSTON, JAMAICA ANL HAVANA, CUBA. STOP-OVERS PERMITTED
npHE NEW ROUTE to the Panama Canal brings it into vital touch with the whole of the United States. Sailings twice a month (see schedule below)Jdirect to Colon, Panama, from Key West, Florida. The charges are reasonable considering the service. Note the fares below:
FARES One Way Round Trip
Key West to Colon (Canal Zone).......................$ 50 00 $110 00
Key West to Kingston (Jamaica) via Colon.............. 85 00 110 00
Key West to Havana, Cuba, via Colon and Kingston..... 105 00 110 00
Colon to Kingston, Jamaica............................ 35 00 110 00
Colon to Havana, Cuba, via Kingston................... 60 00 110 00
Colon to Key West, via Kingston and Havana........... 70 00 110 00
Kingston to Havana.................................. 35 00 110 00
Kingston to Key West, via Havana..................... 47 50 110 00
Kingston to Colon, via Havana and Key West........... 97 50 110 00
Havana to Colon, via Key West........................ 62 50 110 00
Havana to Kingston, via Key West and Colon........... 97 50 110 00
Stop-over privileges will be permitted.
(Tickets sold for January, February and March tours will be limited to April 1, 1913; those sold for April 1st and April 15th sailings will only be good for continuous passage; except that on arrival at Havana, Cuba, the limit of all tickets may be extended to May 31, 1913, by application to P. & O.'s Havana agencies, and may be used on any ship of the line from Havana to Key West-^-daily except Sunday. Stop-over privileges will be permitted at Colon and Kingston on January, February and March sailings.)
SCHEDULE
January Feb ruary March April
7 21 4 IS 4 18 1 15
10 24 7 21 7 21 4 18
12 26 9 23 9 23 6 20
13 27 10 24 10 24 7 21
15 29 12 26 12 26 9 23
17 31 14 28 14 28 11 25
17 31 14 28 14 28 11 25
18 Feb. 1 15 Mar. 1 15 29 12 26
The Panama Canal Trip
The Panama trip is the trip of the century. The work on the canal is now in its most interesting stages, for soon the water will hide forever many of its wonders. Aside from the great canal itself, Panama is one of the most picturesque and quaintly beautiful spots imaginable, and since the introduction of American sanitary methods is one of the most healthy places in Central America. Add to Panama the well known beauties of Jamaica and Cuba and you have a trip of incomparable interest.
For ticket reservation or further information, consult the Ticket Agent


Florida East Coast Railway
Connections to
CUBA and PANAMA
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Through Schedules
AND
Sleeping Car Service
BETWEEN
Palm Beach and Chicago
THE DIXIE LIMITED
Pullman Drawing Room Sleeping Car.
Via F. E. C, A. C. L., G. S. &. F., C. of G. N. C. & St. L., L. & N.
C. & E. I.
8 15PM Lv. .F. E. C....... ____F. E. C......Ar, 8 45AM
2 07AM ** F. E. C........ . .Kockledge . . . .F. E. C......" 3 42AM
3 00AM .. .F. E. C........ . .Titusville. . ____F. EtC......" 3 00AM
4 20AM F. E. C........ .New Smyrna. . . F. E. C......" 1 55AM
4 56AM .F. E. C........ . . Daytona..... . F. E. C......" 1 18AM
5 10AM .F. E. C..... .....Ormond..... . F. E. C......" 1 04AM
8 05AM F. E. C........ . St. Augustine.. . .F. E. C......" 9 45PM
9 35AM ". . .A. C. L........ . Jacksonville. . . . A. C. L......" 8 10PM
2 10PM ". . G. S. & F .....Tifton....... . .G. S. &.F. 3 42PM
5 18PM ". . C. of G........ .....Macon..... . ,C. of G......" 12 32PM
8 25PM .N. C.& St. L .... Atlanta...... . . N. C. & St. L." 9 25AM
4 58AM L. & N........ . . Nashville .... . . N. C.& St. L U 1 00AM
9 28AM Ar.'. L. & N. .. . .... Evansville. . .,.. L. & N......" 8 20PM
7 02PM C. & E. I... . .....Chicago..... .. . C. & E. I. 11 25AM
For detailed schedule south of Jacksonville see page 7, 8, 9. 10 train 37, 38-
THE SEMINOLE LIMITED
Pullman Drawing Room Sleeping Car. Via F. E. C, A. C. L., C. of G., 111. Central.
9 15AMiU
1 49PM
2 28PMI".
3 30PM,".
3 55PM
4 05PM
6 50PM
9 00PM *
2 40AM Ar
9 10PM
12 05PM
11 28PM
7 50AM "
F. E. C. . ..F. E. C. ..F. E. C. ..P. E. C. .
P. E. C. .
F. E. C.. .. .P. E. C. .
A. C. L.. . .A. C. L.. . .C. of G.. .. .C. of G...
I. C.......
. I. C.......
. Palm Beach . . .Rockledge. .
. .Titusville____
.. New Smyrna..
. . Daytona. . .
. .Ormond.....
. St. Augustine ...
. Jacksonville . .
. .Albany......
. .Columbus. . . Birmingham.. .
.... Ca;ro......
. . Chicago.....
.....F. E. C.
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.....F. E. C.
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.....F. E. C.
.....A. C. L.
.....A. C. L..
.....C. of G.
.....C. of G.
.....I. C.....
.....I. C. .
7 15PM 2 54PM 2 15PM 1 20PM 12 50PM 12 40PM 10 00AM
7 30AM 1 45AM 6 23AM 4 20PM 4 20AM
8 15PM
For detailed schedule south of Jacksonville see pages 7, 8, 9, 10, train 33. 34
THE FLORIDA LIMITED
Pullman Drawing Room Sleeping Cars. Via F. E. C, Southern, Q. andC, Big Four.
Lv.
F. E.
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.F. E.
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. .Palm Beach..........F. E. C... .
. . .Rockledge.........F. E. C. .
____Titusville..........F. E. C. .
. .New Smyrna........F. E. C.. ...
. ...Davtona..........V. E. C. .
. .Ormond...........F. E. C. .
St. Augustine.........F. E. C..
Jacksonville.........Sou.......
. . Macon............Sou......
... Atlanta...........Sou.......
. Chattanooga.........Sou.......
. .Danville............Q. & C
. Cincinnati...........Q. & C..
. Indianapolis..........Big 4......
. Chicago............Big 4.....
Ar 7 15PM 2 54PM 2 15PM 1 20PM 12 50PM 12 40PM
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11 43AM 8 15AM 5 10AM 11 55PM
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For detailed schedule south of Jacksonville see page 7, 8, 9, 10, train 38, 34,


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MAIN LINE STATIONS
Ar.
Lv...........Jacksonville. .
"........South Jacksonville
"...........Sunbeam....
"........... Greenland....
".......... Bayard......
".......... , Ourbin........
Ar......... > v \ugustine..........Lv
Lv..........S* Vugustine..........Ar
"........... Hurds.............."
".............Klkton.............."
"...........Ar 'istrong............"
..........Spuds............."
".............Hastings............"
"...........Orange Mills.........."
Ar...........East Palatka..........Lv
Lv...........East Palatka..........Ar
"............Yelvington............Lv
"..............Roy. . .
"..........Dinner Island
"..............Neoga. .
".............Espanola..
".............Bunnell. .
".............Dupont.. .
".............Favorita. .
",............Harwood .
".............Volusia. .
"..........Hotel Ormond
"............Ormond. .
"...........Holly Hill.. .
"............Daytona. .
"..........Port Orange. .
Ar..........New Smyrna.
Lv..........New Smyrna...........Ar
"...........Hawks Park...........Lv
"............Hucomer .
"...............Ariel... .
".............Oak Hill. .
"..............Lyrata....
"...........Wiley Avenue
".............Titusville...
"............Pritchards. .
''...........Delespine....
"...........Frontenac. .
Sharpes
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NORTHBOUND
34 Daily
30 Daily
50PM s
s f f
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88 Daily
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98 Daily
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s 12 42PM s 12 42PM
s 3 55PM
3 30PM 3 20PM
......Cocoa.......
.... Rockledge.... . Bonaventure.. .
......Pineda......
. . .Eau Gallic . . Military Park. . . .Melbourne. . .
.....Tillman. : . .
.....Malabar.....
.....Valkaria.....
......Grant......
......Micco......
.....Roseland.....
. . .Sebastian......
.....Wabasso.....
...... Quay......
......Cifford.....
.......Vero.......
......Oslo.......
......Viking......
. . .St. Lucie.....
.....Ft. Pierce____
.....Ft. Pierce.. .
......Carson......
......Kid red......
.....Aukona.....
.....Walton....
.......Eden ....
Jensen..
......Rio........
.....Gosling......
......Stuart......
.. . Port Sewall. ..
......Salerno......
.......Fruita......
...... Gomez.......
... .Hobe Sound...
......Jupiter. ..
......Prairie.......
......Riveria......
. West Palm Beach.
Royal Poinciana. .....Breakers......
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TIME CARD 1 mf~^ T^fc 1 TIME CARD
No. 98 Florida Jhast L>oast Kail way j\0.98
IN EFFECT JANUARY 7, 1913
SOUTHBOUND
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"........Royal Poinciana........."
"........West Palm Beach.......Ar
"...........Lake Worth..........."
"............Lantana.............Lv
"............. Hypaluxo............"
"............Boynton............."
"..............Delray............."
".............Yamato............ ."
"...........Boca Ratone.........."
".............Deerfield............"
".............Pompano..........."
"...........Coloha tehee.........."
"..........Ft. Lauderdale........."
"...............Dania............."
"............Hallandale..........."
"...............Ojus.............."
".............Fulford............."
"...........Arch Creek...........
"............Biscayne............."
"...........Little River..........."
"...........Lemon City...........
"...........Buena Vista.........."
Ar.............Miami..............Lv
Lv.............Miami..............Ar
"............Southside............"
".........Cocoanut Grove.........Lv
".............Larkin.............."
".............Kendal............."
".............Benson............."
Keys
f 7 44AM
380 "............Rockdale.
5 20AM s 5 20AM
5 49AM t 5 49AM
5 57AM f 5 57AM
6 05AM f 6 05AM
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382 ".............Perrine
383 "..............Peters.. .
386 ".............Goulds. .
387 "...........Black Point
388 "............Princeton.
389 ".............Naranja............"I
3921".............Modello............."
394 Ar...........Homestead...........Lv
394 Lv...........Homestead...........Ari
3961''.............Detroit............."
4011".........Woodall Siding..
4081"............Everglade. . .
415".............Jewfish.....
410'"............Keylargo.....
424 "...........Rockharbor. .
431 "............Tavernier. . .
435 "............Plantation. .
438 "..............Quarry....
440 "............Islamorada. .
444 "......... .Central Supply.
445 '............Indian Key. .
448 ".............Crevallo....
450 "..........Cook's Siding .
455,".............Crescent. . .
457|".............Long Key. .
460|"...........Tom's Harbor.
s 7 20AM s 7 20AMi.
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474 486 489 492 496 500 503 506 512 518 522
Grassy.
"...............Vaca......
"............Marathon____
"..........Bahia Honda...
",........Spanish Harbor.
".............Big Pine. .
"...........Ramrod Key. .
".............Cudjoe.....
"............Sugarloaf
Ar..............Chase......
"...........Big Coppitt. .
"...........Stock Island. .
Ar............Key West. . .
. Lv
45AM 40AM 30AM 15AM 11AM 09AM 03AM 54AM 46AM 40AM 35AM 23AM 13AM 08AM 59AM 50AM 44AM 42AM 37AM 33AM 30AM 28AM 25AM 20AM
*88 Daily
*98 Daily
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f 12 44AM f 12 44AM f 12 44AM f 12 44AM
8 10PM 8 00PM
49PM 46PM 43PM 38PM 28PM 20PM 13PM 08PM 56PM 6 46PM 6 40PM 30PM 20PM 15PM 12PM 07PM 03PM 00PM 58PM 55PM 50PM 35PM 28PM 22PM 15PM 08PM 03PM
s 10 18PM s 10 18PM
9 40PM 9 12PM 9 04PM 8 56PM 8 46PM 8 35PM 8 28PM 8 21PM 8 05PM
9 40PM 9 12PM 9 04PM 8 56PM 8 46PM 8 35PM 8 28PM 8 21PM 8 05PM
59PM 55PM 53PM 45PM 43PM 40PM 36PM 30PM 25PM 25PM 22PM 10PM 58PM 45PM 3 42PM 3 29PM 17PM 11PM 04PM 01PM 54PM 52PM
s 7 30AM
s 7 11AM
f 7 02AM
6 53AM
f 6 47AM
f 6 45AM
f 6 41AM
s 6 37AM
f (i 34AM
f 6 24AM
f 6 22AM
f 6 18AM
f 6 14AM
f 6 07AM
s 6 00AM
2 48PM
43PM 35PM 29PM 08PM 01PM 47PM 40PM
s 7 40PM s 7 40PM
1 12PM 1 04PM 12 55PM 12 46PM 12 36PM 12 28PM 12 20PM 12 05PM 11 50AM 11 40AM
Trains 87 and 88 connect with P. & O. S. S. Co.'s Steamships to and from Havana daily except Sunday. For P. & O. schedule, see page 15.
Note A.The cars for Miami and Key West starting from Palm Beach leave the Royal Poinciana Station at 10.30 p. m., and are placed in position at West Palm Beach Station, where passengers will be received until departure. Wheel Chairs across the Bridge from Palm Beach.
Note B.Car'sfor trains 88 and 98 leave the Royal Poinciana Station at 10.30 p. m and are placed in position at the West Palm Beach passenger station where passengers will be received until departure. Wheel Chairs across from Palm Beach.
Note C.The Miami and Key West cars from train 99 are, immediately after arrival of train 99 at the Royal Poinciana Station at 9.25 p. m., transferred to West Palm Beach, where passengers will be received until departure of train 87. These cars will be attached to train No. 87 at West Palm Beach.
(s) Regular stops, (f) Flag Stations-Trains stop only on signal or to let off passengers. (||) Meal Stations. Trains do not stop at stations opposite which no time is shown, except that, to accommodate through passengers boarding the train at Jacksonville or at a point north thereof, trains 33, 99 and 87 will stop at any regular station to let off at destination of ticket persons holding tickets issued at a point north of Jacksonville.
* Trains 33, 34, 99, 98, 87 and 88 are composed exclusively of Pullman cars and passengers should provide themselves with Pullman tickets before boarding these trains.
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BRANCH LINES
Mayport Branch
Trains leave Jacksonville, Union Station, for stations on the Mayport Branch, which embraces the popular beach resorts Pablo Beach, Atlantic Beach and Mayportat convenient hours. For schedule figures, which change frequently, to meet local conditions, see small folder.
Jacksonville and Palatka
SOUTHBOUND
Lv Jacksonville...........
Lv So. Jacksonville...... .
Ar St. Augustine .........
Lv St. Augustine..........
Lv Hurds. . .............
Lv Elkton................
Lv Armstrong.............
Lv Spuds.................
Lv Hastings..............
Lv Orange Mills...........
Ar East Palatka...........
Lv East Palatka...........
Ar PalatkaWater Street.. Ar PalatkaUnion Station.
33-106 29-106 99-110
s 9 00AM
slO 00AM slO 10AM
sll 00AM sll 50AM sl2 05PM sl2 10PM
s 9 30AM s 9 38AM slO 40AM slO 50AM ill 04AM sll 10AM 111 14AM
sll 15AM
sl2 15PM sl2 25PM
87-110 37-138
s 1 15PM s 8 30PM
........is 8 38PM
2 15PM s 9 45PM
2 25PM
sll 24AM fll 33AM sll 42AM sll 50AM sl2 05PM sl2 10PM
1 10PM 3 30PM 3 45PM 3 55PM
s 9 55PM flO 11PM slO 18PM flO 22PM flO 26PM slO 33PM
3 20PM Is 10 50PM 3 30PM s 10 50PM 3 45PM sll 05PM 3 55PM........
NORTHBOUND
Lv PalatkaUnion Station. Lv PalatkaWater Street..
Ar East Palatka...........
Lv East Palatka...........
Lv Orange Mills...........
Lv Hastings..............
Lv Spuds..................
Lv Armstrong...........
Lv Elkton................
Lv Hurds............
Ar St. Augustine..........
Lv St. Augustine..........
Ar So. Jacksonville........
Ar Jacksonville...........
38-101 I 88-107
98-107 30-111 34-111
6 30AM s12 15PM sl2 15PM 6 40AM'sl2 20PM s 12 20PM s 6 50AM s 12 35PM!sl2 35PM 6 54AMs 12 42PMis 1 36PM
s
I
7 13AM........ ........s
f 7 30AM
4 35PMIs
4 45PMIs
5 00PM s 5 18PM s 5 29PM!. 5 39PM1.
4 35PM
4 45PM
5 00PM 5 50PM
7 55AM s
8 05AM s
9 10AM!........
9 20AM' s 2 45PM
1 35PM s 2 25PM 1 45PM s 2 35PM
5 51PM........
5 55PM........
6 02PM........
6 20PM s 6 40PM 6 30PM s 6 50PM
s 7 32PM 3 35PM s 7 40PM s' 7 50PM
San Mateo, East Palatka and Palatka
Leave San Mateo
8 55AM 2 30PM
Leave East Palatka
6 00AM
7 00AM 9 25AM
11 50AM
12 50PM 3 30PM 5 55PM
10 50PM
WESTBOUND
100Mixed............Daily.
102Passenger.........Daily.
104Mixed.;..........Daily.
, 106Passenger.........Daily.
.108Mixed............Daily.
. 110Passenger.........Daily.
.112Passenger.........Daily.
. 138Passenger.........Daily.
Ar PALATKA Water Union Street Station
6 15AM
7 15AM 9 40AM
12 05PM 1 05PM 3 45PM 6 10PM
11 05PM
6 25AM
7 25AM 9 50AM
12 10PM 1 10PM 3 55PM 6 20PM
Palatka, East Palatka and San Mateo
Lv PALATKA
Union Station
6 30AM
7 35AM 10 30AM 12 15PM
1 20PM 4 35PM 6 30PM
Water Street
EASTBOUND
6 40AM
7 45AM
10 40AM 12 20PM
1 30PM 4 45PM 6 40PM
11 05PM
. 101Passenger .......Daily.
.103Mixed............Daily.
.105Passenger.........Daily.
. 107Passenger.........Daily.
.109Mixed............Daily.
. IllPassenger.........Daily.
.113Mixed............Daily.
. 137Passenger.........Daily.
Arrive East Palatka
Arrive
San Mateo
6 50AM 8 00AM
10 55AM 12 35PM
1 45PM
5 00PM
6 55PM
11 20PM
8 50AM
2 20PM
BRANCH LINES
ORANGE CITY BRANCH
No. 203 No
Daily
201 rS
Daily g
STATIONS
s 3 40PM f 3 50PM f 4 00PM f 4 07PM f 4 20PM s 4 32PM f 4 40PM s 4 45PM
s 8 30AM i f 8 45AMI f 9 05AM; f 9 14AMI f 9 38AM slO 30AM fll 00AMI sll 14AM
No. 202No. 204
Daily Daily
1 30PM 1 20PM f 1 10PM if 1 03PM f
s 4 55PM sll 30AM;
0 Lv..........New Smyrna...........Ar
3 Lv............Glencoe............Lv
7 Lv...........Briggsville.......... Lv
lOJLv.........Indian Springs.........Lv
15 Lv............Rogers.............Lv
21 Lv..........Lake Helen..........Lv
24Lv...........Twin Oaks...........Lv
26 Lv..........Orange City..........Lv
Automobile transfer in operation between Orange City and DeLand meets all trains.
27!Ar......Orange City Junction......Lv sl2 15PM
fl2 49PM sl2 35PM fl2 25PM sl2 20PM
7 20PM 7 08PM 6 52PM 6 40PM 6 19PM 6 00PM 5 25PM 5 18PM
s 5 10PM
A. C. L. Departures 89, 1:43 p. in.; No. 85, 5:13 p. in.; No. 83, 1:32 a. m. 2:04 a.m.; No. 84. 11:46 a.m.; No. 80, 3:22 p.m.
from Orange City JunctionSouthbound i p. in.; No. 83, 1:32 a. m. NorthboundNo.
No-82>
ENTFRPRiSE BRANCH
No. 205 oB g
Daily s 8 00AM 0 Lv
f 8 09AM 2 Lv
f 8 18AM 4 Lv
f 8 32AM 8 Lv
f 8 37AM 9 Lv
s 9 05AM 16 Lv
1 9 22AM 21 Lv
f 9 30AM 23 Lv
f 9 42AM 26 Lv
f 9 51AM.29 Lv
flO 06AM 34 Lv
flO 15AM 36 Lv
slO 30AM 40 Ar
STATIONS
.Titusville...............
. Lagrange..........*........Lv
.Turnbull.....................Lv
Aurantia...................Lv
. Cow Creek
.Enterprise Junction.
No. 206
Daily
Ar a 1 24PM
Lv f 1 14PM
Lv f 12 59PM
Lv f 12 44PM
Lv f 12 40PM
Lv si2 26PM
Lv f 12 15PM
Lv fl2 10PM
Lv f 12 04PM
Lv fll 58AM
Lv fll 49AM
Lv fll 42AM
Lv sll 35AM
A. C. L. Departures from Enterprise JunctionSouthboundNo. 83, 1:49 a. m.; No. 89, 1:56 p.m.; No. 85, 5:25 p.m NorthboundNo. 82, 1:49 a.m.; No. 84. 11:30 a.m.; No. 80, 3:11 p.m.
KISSIMMEE BRANCH
No. 207
Daily Ex. Sun.
s 3 30PM
0 2 4 8 9
s 4 15PM 16 f 4 50PM 27 5 30PM 39
STATIONS
Lv...................Titusville............,......Ar
Lv...................Lagrange...................Lv
Lv.....................Mims.....................Lv
Lv...................Turnbull....................Lv
Lv. . ................Aurantia....................Lv
Lv...................Maytown....................Lv
Lv....................Geneva....................Lv
Ar..................Chuluota...................Lv
No. 208
Daily Ex. Sun.
s 8 00PM
s 7 15PM f 6 40PM s 6 00PM
THE FELLSMERE RAILROAD
Connects with the Florida East Coast Railway at Sebastian.
This road traverses the famous Fellsmere Farms, a tract of 118,000 acres, where the Fellsmere Farms Company is individually pending one million dollars on a complete drainage system.
WESTBOUND
1 April 7, 1912 2 Daily Except Sunday 4 Sat. Only R. R. Motor Daily Ex. Sat R. R. Motor Sunday Only
.00 4.56 9.94 11 45AM 12 05PM 12 30PM 6 30PM 6 50PM 7 15PM 6 30PM 6 50PM 7 15PM 11 30AM 11 50AM 12 15PM
EASTBOUND
1 1 Daily Except Sunday 3 Sat. only R. R. Motor Daily Ex.Sat. R. R.~ Motor Sunday Only
00 5.38 9.94 Lv Fellsmere................... Lvl 9 30AM Lv River Bridge.................Ar 9 55AM Ar Sebastian.....................Ar 10 15AM 4 45PM 5 10PM 5 30PM 4 45PM 5 10PM 5 30PM 10 15AM 10 40AM 11 00AM
Fort Lauderdale Across Everglades to Fort Myers
Pioneer Boat Line
For Ritta, LaBelle, Fort Myers, and intermediate landings on Lake Okeechobee and the Caloosahatchee River
Leaves Fort Lauderdale Tuesdays and Fridays at 6:30 a. m.
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CONDENSED SCHEDULES OF THROUGH PULLMAN CAR LINES
JACKSONVILLE and NEW YORK---Via A. G. L.
7 55PM 12 10AM
5 05AM
8 OOPM 11 50PM
1 13AM 3 40AM
6 OOAM
10 30AM
10 25PM
11 35AM 2 07PM 4 13PM
8 OOAM 12 45PM 5 10PM
5 05AM 8 40AM 10 02AM 12 33AM 2 31PMJ
. .Jacksonville . . Ar .... Savannah . .: Lv
.... Charleston.....Lv
.... Richmond.....Lv
. . Washington.....Lv
.... Baltimore.....Lv
. .W. Philadelphia.. Lv New York, Pa. Sta.. Lv
12 55PM
8 50AM
6 32AM
7 OOPM 3 30PM 2 06PM
11 55PM
9 34AM
7 45PM 3 25PM j 1 05PM 1 OOAM 9 40PM
8 20PM! 5 44PM 3 38PM
7 15AM 2 40AM
11 40PM
8 15AM 4 20AM 2 50AM
12 19AM
9 30PM
THE NEW YORK AND FLORIDA SPECIAL
3 OOPM Lv. A. CTL.. ........Jacksonville..........A. C. L. Ar 1 05PM
7 04PM Lv. .A. C. L. C. T____Savannah . . C. T. .A. C. L. Ar 9 02AM
10 22PM Lv. .A. C. L. E. T____Charleston____E. T. A. C. L. Ar 7 43AM
9 20AM Ar. .A. C. L. ..........Richmond...........A. C. L. Lv 9 40PM
12 40AM Ar. .R. F. & P & W. S. .Washington.. R. F. & P. & W. S. Lv 6 20PM
1 50PM Ar. P. R. R .........Baltimere...........P. R. R. Lv 5 10PM
4 04PM Ar. P. R. R. ......W. Philadelphia........P. R. R. Lv 2 53PM
6 20PM Ar. P. R. R.. ..New York, Penna. Station.. ..P. R. R. Lv 12 38PM
JACKSONVILLE AND NEW YORKVia S. A. L.
7 50PM
11 59PM
4 45AM
5 05PM
8 35PM
9 55PM
12 06AM 3 50AM
9 30AM
1 20PM 5 25PM 5 30AM 8 48PM
10 02PM 12 23PM
2 31PM
7 15AM 11 59PM
. .Jacksonville.....Ar
.... Savannah.....Lv
C.T. Columbia C.T.. Lv
.... Richmond.....Lv
. . Washington.. . Lv
.... Baltimore.....Lv
. W. Philadelphia .. Lv New York, Pa. Sta.. Lv
8 30AM 4 10AM
11 45PM 1 20PM
10 05AM 6 06PM 3 30AM
12 30AM
7 45PM 3 30AM
11 20AM 1 10AM 10 15PM
8 20PM 5 44PM 3 38PM
9 20PM 4 30PM
SEABOARD FLORIDA LIMITED
3 45PM 7 15PM
11 59PM 9 50AM
12 55PM 2 04PM
4 18PM 6 36PM
Lv. .S. A. L. Lv. .S. A. L. Lv. .S. A. L......
^Jacksonville..........S A. L.
Ar Ar Ar Lv Lv Lv Lv U
JACKSONVILLE AND ST. LOUIS
[Through Sleeper1 St. Louis, 1 Birmingham, 1 Nashville
..Savannah. . .Columbia..
Lv. .R. F. & P.........Richmond.
Ar. W. S............Washington.
Ar. .P. R. R..........Baltimore . .
Ar. P. R. R........W. Philadelphia.
Ar. .P. R R..........New York. .
.S. A. L.
.........S. A. L.
.........S. A. L.
R. F. & P. & W. S.
........P. R. R.
.....P. R. R.
.....P. R. R.
11 05AM 7 30AM 5 OOPM 7 20PM 4 15PM 3 04PM
12 46PM 10 30AM
8 15PM
8 50AM 1 10AM 7 40AM
LV....A. C7L.........Jacksonville.......A C. L.....Ar
Ar.. .'.A. C. L........Montgomery.......A. C. L... . Lv
Ar____L. & N..........Evansville........L. & N.....Lv
Ar____L. & N..........St. Louis.........L. & N.....Lv
7 50AM 6 50PM 3 OOAM 9 OOPM
""8 25PM 12 50AM 4 22AM
8 OOAM 4 38PM 9 43PM 7 20AM 6 54AM
Lv. Lv. Lv. Lv. Lv. Ar. Ar. Ar.
THE DIXIE FLYER
1 Sleeper to Chicago, 1 Sleeper to St Louis . .Jacksonville ,
isrtrr
G. S. & F.........Tifton.
. C. of G...........Macon
... .A. CTL.. .. Ar
.G. S. & F.....Ar
. ...C. of G.....Ar
.N. C. & St. L.....Atlanta. .. .N. C. & St. L.....Ar
.L. & N..........Nashville. .N. C. & St. L.....Lv
.L. & N..........Evansville.........L. & N.....Lv
.1. C.............St. Louis............I. C.....Lv
.C. & E. I.........Chicago.......C. & E. I.....Lv
7 50AM 3 10AM 11 30PM
7 50PM 11 25AM
6 05AM
8 55PM
9 10PM
THE SEMINOLE LIMITED
4 Through Sleepers1 St. Louis; 2 Standard, 1 Compartment, Chicago
9 OOPM
2 50AM 12 15PM 7 20AM 7 50AM
Lv. . A. C. L.........Jacksonville
Lv____C. of G...........Albany
LV....I. C......
Lv. .... .1. C......
Lv. C......
... .A. C. L.....Ar
____C. of G.....Ar
.Birmingham..........I. C.....Ar
. .St. Louis............I. C.....Ar
.. ..Chicago............I. C.....Ar
7 30AM 1 35AM 4 35PM
11 20PM
8 15PM
THE SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED
Through Sleepers1 Cincinnati, 1 Indianapolis, 1 Louisville, 1 Grand Rapids, 1 Cleveland
8 15PM Lv____A. CTL........Jacksonville........A. C. L..
12 31AM Lv. ...G S. & F.........Tifton........G. S. & F..
3 51AM Lv____C. of G...........Macon..........C. of G..
7 12AM Lv____L. & N...........Atlanta.........L. & N..
8 40PM Ar____L. & N..........Louisville........L. & N..
8 50PM Ar____L. & N..........Cincinnati........L. & N..
7 15AM Ar____Big Four........Cleveland........Big F\>ur.
6 50AM Ar____G. R. & I____*Grand Rapids*____G. R. & I..
* | Lv. Grand Rapids Tuesdays and Saturdays. \ Lv. Jacksonville Mondays and Thursdays.
MACON LOCAL SLEEPERVia G. S. & F. Ry.
8 50AM 4 30AM 1 10AM
9 50PM 8 OOAM
8 OOAM
9 OOPM 8 50PM
f7 10AMI *8 45PM! Lv............Jacksonville........ . . Ar I 8 55AMI 8 45PM
4 25PM| 5 25AM| Ar...............Macon.............Lv | 11 45PM| 11 30AM
?Passengers may remain in sleeper at Macon until 7:30 A. M.
fBroiler Buffet Parlor Car.
CONDENSED SCHEDULES OF THROUGH PULLMAN CAR LINES
JACKSONVILLE and NEW YORK
9.25AM Lv 11.56AM
6.55PM 10.05PM
Lv.......................Jesup.
Lv.....................Columbia.......
Lv.....................Charlotte.......
8.53AM Ar....................Washington......
10.02AM Ar.....................Baltimore......
12.23PM|Ar...................W. Philadelphia...
2.31PM] Lv................New York Penna. Sta.
.'Jacksonville...........So. Ry.. .Ar
. .Ar .Ar .Lv .Lv .Lv .Lv .Lv
. ..P. R. R
3.45PM 1.20PM S.10AM 5.05AM 5.55PM 4.40PM 2.27PM 12.08PM
SOUTHERN RAILWAY FLORIDA SPECIAL
Through Jacksonville Cars to and from St. Louis, Cleveland and Cincinnati
Dining Car Service
12.30PM 4.00PM 5.53PM
8.10PM 10.35PM
12.04PM 8.10PM
11.40PM
6.30AM 11.20AM 1.35PM 8.20PM
. Cleveland. Columbus . Dayton. .
. Big Four.. Ar ..Ar .Ar
. Cincinnati. .Lexington.
Q. & C.
.St. Louis. Louisville
.Southern. .Ar ..Ar
. Danville . . Chattanooga. .. Atlanta. . ,
... Macon. . . Jacksonville.
. Q. & C. ..Ar ..Lv
. Southern. Lv ..Lv ..Lv
3.15PM
11.45AM 10.00 AM
8.00 AM j5^23AM
5.40PM
8.40AM
4.20AM 9.45PM 5.10PM 2.25PM 7.40AM
JACKSONVILLE and CINCINNATI
Dining Car Service
10.20AM 8.05PM 7.45PM Lv Jacksonville..So.Ry. Ar Lv ... Macon.... Ar Lv ... Atlanta ... Ar Ar Chattanooga.. Lv Lv Chattanooga.Q.& C. Ar
5.40PM 8.20PM 1.05AM 1.15AM 2.48AM 5.30AM 10.15AM 10.25AM


12.05AM 7.10AM 10.30AM 2.00PM 3.30PM 9.05PM Lv .Savannah..So.Ry. Ar Lv .Columbia . Ar Lv Spartanburg. Ar Ar . .Asheville.. Ar Ar Hot Springs Ar Ar . Knoxville . Ar





5.33AMS Ar .Lexington .Q.& C. Lv 8.00AM1 Ar .Cincinnati.. Lv
11.45AM 8.35PM
8.30AM
4.15AM 11.50PM 8.00PM 1.05PM 11.40AM 6.45AM 10.35PM 8.10PM
8.40AM 1.30AM 11.00PM 6.15PM 6.05PM
1.05PM
5.35AM 2.55AM 9.50PM 9.45PM
8.15AM 11.20AM
Through Sleeping Car between Jacksonville and Augusta, via the Southern Railway, connection at Blackville, S. C, leaves Jacksonville 7.45 p. m. Arrive Augusta 8.20 a. m.
CHICAGO-FLORIDA LIMITED
Dining Car Service
11.55PM
5.10AM 7.55AM 8.15AM 6.05PM 11.00PM 8.40AM
Lv.....................Chicago. ..
Lv....................Indianapolis.
Ar....................Cincinnati. .
Lv. ...................Cincinnati. .
Ar...................Chattanooga.
Ar......................Atlanta...
Ar....................Jacksonville.
. Big Four.. Ar .Ar .Lv .Ar .Lv .Lv .Lv
Q. & C. So. Ry
7.45AM 2.30AM
11.45PM 8.35PM
10.25AM 5.30AM 8.05PM
KANSAS CITY-FLORIDA SPECIAL
4 Sleepers: 1 Colorado Springs, 1 Kansas City, 1 St. Louis and 1 Atlanta Dining Car Service
7.00PM 4.20PM 5.25PM 9.30PM 8.05AM 3.55PM 9.20PM 11.55PM 5.05AM 7.40AM
Lv..................Colorado Springs.......C.R.I.& P. .Ar
Ar................... .Kansas City.........Frisco Sys. .Lv
Lv....................Kansas City.
Lv......................St. Louis..
Lv.....................Memphis ..
Lv....................Birmingham.
Ar......................Atlanta...
Ar*.....................Macon....
Ar.......................Jesup. ...
Ar....................Jacksonville.
So. Ry.
.Ar .Ar .Ar .Ar .Lv .Lv .Lv .Lv
7.45AM 11.15AM 11.00AM 7.25AM 8.20PM 12.25PM 7.00AM 4.10AM 11.25PM 8.50PM
ATLANTA and JACKSONVILLE
9.30PM Lv..........i...........Atlanta...
5.05AM Ar.......................Jesup..
7.40AM Ar....................Jacksonville.
So. Ry
6.50 AM 11 25PM 8.50PM
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P. & O. SS. CO. SAILINGS
Proposed Sailings in effect on the dates shown. Subject to changes and individual postponement without notice. Cautionrersons returning to or through Florida from Havana are cautioned that they must report at one of the offices of the P. & O. SS. line, whether they hold return tickets or not, to have their names entered on passenger lists and to make their berth reservations. The names of all passengers must be on the regular list.
KEY WEST-HAVANA LINE
DIRECT SHIP
Commencing with Sailings from Key West and Havana January 6, 1913
Leave Key West dally (except Sunday).................. 7 30 AM
Arrive Havana daily (except Sunday).................... 4 00 PM
Leave Havana daily (except Sunday)....................10 30 AM
Arrive Key Wrest daily (except Sunday).................. 7 00 PM
Steamship "Governor Cobb"From Key West Monday, Wednesday, Friday.
Steamship "Halifax"From Key West Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday.
Connects directly with trains 87 and 88 through Sleepers to and from New York, via the A. C. L. and the S. A. L. Dining Car service.
ADDITIONAL SAILINGS BETWEEN KEY WEST AND HAVANA
Service shown below is from the P. & O. SS. wharf, foot of Duval street, and is located about one mile from F. E. C. Ry. Station. Passengers make their own transfer arrangements.
Leave Key Wrest Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays........ 8 00 PM
Arrive Havana Tuesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays.......... 6 30 AM
Leave Havana Tuesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays..........12 00 N'n
Arrive Key West Tuesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays....... 8 00 PM
NASSAU, BAHAMAS
"THE PEERLESS WINTER RESORT" Through the American Riviera via the
FLORIDA EAST COAST RAILWAY
Stop-over allowed on Winter Tourist Tickets at the East Coast Resorts
MIAMI-NASSAU LINEMIAMI
SAILINGS FOR THE SEASON 1912-13
Leave Miami
1 Jan. 2,
2 Jan. 9,
3 Jan. 13,
4 Jan. 16,
5 Jan. 20,
6 Jan. 23, 7,Jan. 27,
1.40 PM..
6.40 PM.. 10.00 AM.. 12 Noon..
3.30 PM..
6.00 PM..
9.30 AM.
8'Jan. 29, 11.00 AM.
9 Jan. 31, 10 Feb. 3, lljFeb. 5,
12 Feb. 7,
13 Feb. 10, 14lFeb. 12, 15tFeb. 14, 16>Feb. 17, 17jFeb. 19, 18 Feb. 21, 19;Feb. 24, 20:Feb. 26,
21 Feb. 28,
22 March 23|March 5 24 March 7, 251 March 10,
26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35
1.00 PM. 3.30 PM.. 5.30 PM.. 6.30 PM.. 8.00 AM.. 9.00 AM.. 10.30 AM.. 2.30 PM.. 4.30 PM.. 6.00 PM.. 8.00 AM.. 9.30 AM.. 11.00 AM.. 3. 3.00 PM 4.30 PM 5.45 PM 7.30 PM 9.00 PM
Jan. 3, Jan. 10, Jan. 14, Jan. 17, Jan. 21, Jan. 24, Jan. 28, Jan. 30, 1, '4, 6
March 12, March 14, 10.00 PM March 17, 1.00 PM March 19, March 21,
3.30 PM 5.00 PM 7.30 PM 9.30 PM
March 24 March 26, March 28, 10.30 PM Marsh 31, 1.30 PM April 7, 6.30 PM.
Arrive Nassau
Leave Nassau
Arrive Miami
7.40 AH.. 1.30 PM.. 5.00 AM.. 6.00 AM.. 9.30 AM.. 12.00 N'n 5.00 AM.. 5.00 AM.. 7.00 AM.. 9.30 AM.. 11.30 AM.. 8, 12.30 PM.. 11, 5.00 AM. 5.00 AM.. 5.00 AM.. 8.30 AM.. 10.30 AM.. 12.00 N'n 5.00 AM.. 5.00 AM.. 5.00 AM 9.00 AM 10.30 AM 11.45 AM 1.30 PM
Feb. Feb. Feb. Feb. Feb. Feb. 13, Feb. 15, Feb. 18, Feb. 20, Feb. 22, Feb. 25, Feb. 27, March 1, March 4, March 6 March 8 March 11 March 13, 3,00 PM March 15, 4.00 PM March 18, 7.00 AM March 20, 9.30 AM March 22, 11.00 AM March 25, 1.30 PM March 27, 3.30 PM March 29, 4.30 PM April 1, 7.30 AM. April 8, 12.30 PM.
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Jan. 3, 2.00 PM.. Jan. 10, 7.00 PM.. Jan. 14 9.00 PM. Jan. 17, 10.00 PM.. Jan. 21, 4.00 PM.
Jan. 24, Jan. 28, Jan. 30, Feb. 1, Feb. 4, Feb. 6, Feb. 8, Feb. 11,
6.00 PM.. 9.00 AM.. 11.30 AM.. 2 00 PM.. 4.00 PM.. 5.00 PM.. 6.00 PM.. 8.00 AM.
Feb. 13, 10.00 AM. Feb. 15, 12.30 PM.
Feb. 18, Feb. 20, Feb. 22, Feb. 25,
2.30 PM.. 4.00 PM.. 5.00 PH.. 8.00 AM..
Feb. 27, 10.00 AM.
March 1,12.30 PM March 4, 2.30 PM March 6, 3.30 PM March 8, 4.30 PM March 11, 5.30 PM March 13, 6.45 PM March 15. 9.30 PM March 18, 1.30 PM March 20, 3.00 PM March 22. 4.00 PM March 25. 6.00 PM March 27, 7.30 PM March 29. 10.30 PM April 1, 1.30 PM. April 8. 4.30 PM.
Jan. 4, Jan. 11, Jan. 15, Jan. 18, Jan. 22, Jan. 25, Jan. 29. Jan. 31, IFeb. 2, Feb. Feb. Feb. Feb Feb. 14, Feb. 16. Feb.19 Feb. 21 Feb. 23 Feb. 26 Feb. 28, March
5 7. 9 12
8.00 AM 1.00 PM 3.00 PM 5.30 PM 10.00 AM 12.00 N'n 3.00 AM 5.30 AM 8.00 AM 10.00 AM 11.00 AM 12.00 N'n 2.00 AM 4.00 AM 6.30 AM 8.30 AM 10.00 AM 11.00 AM 2.00 AM 4.00 AM 2. 7.00 AM
March 5, 8.30 AM March 7, 9.30 AM March 9, 10.30 AM March 12. 11.30 AM March*14, 12.45 PM March 16, March 19, March 21, March 23, March 26, 12 N'n March 28, 1.30 PM March 30. 4.30 PM April 2, 7.30 AM April 9. 10.30 AM
3.30 PM 7.30 AM 9.00 AM 10.00 AM
U. S. CUSTOMS REQUIREMENTS
Paragraph 709, appearing in the free list of the present tariff act, governing passengers' baggage, reads as follows:
709. "Wearing apparel, articles of personal adornment, toilet articles, and similar personal effects of persons arriving in the United States; but this exemption shall only include such articles as actually accompany and are in the use of, and as are necessary and appropriate for the wear and use of such persons, for the immediate purposes of the journey and present comfort and convenience, and shall not be held to apply to merchandise or articles intended for other persons or for sale: PROVIDED, That in case of residents of the United States returning from abroad, all wearing apparel and other personal effects taken by them out of the United States to foreign countries shall be admitted free of duty, without regard to their value, upon their identity being established, under appropriate rules and regulations to be prescribed by the Secretary of the Treasury, but no more than one hundred dollars in value of articles purchased abroad by such residents of the United States shall be admitted free of duty upon their return."
RESIDENTS OF THE UNITED STATES.
Residents of the United States must declare all articles which have been obtained abroad by purchase or otherwise, whether used or unused, and whether on their persons, in their clothing, or in their baggage. The foreign value of each article, stated in United States money, must also be declared
Articles taken from the United States and remodeled, repaired, or improved abroad must be declared, and the cost of such remodeling, repairing, or improving must be separately stated.
The following articles are dutiable :
Household effects, including books, pictures, furniture, tableware, table linen, bed linen and other similar articles, unless used abroad by the owner for a period of a year or more.
Goods* in the piece.
Articles of any nature intended for sale, or for other persons.
The following articles are free if under $100 in value and if necessary for comfort and convenience for the purposes of the journey, and not for sale nor for other persons : Clothing.
Toilet articles, such as combs, brushes, soaps, cosmetics, shaving and manicure sets, etc.
Personal adornments, jewelry, etc.
Similar personal effects, which may include
Cameras, canes, fishing tackle, glasses (field, opera, marine), golf sticks, guns, musical instruments, parasols, photographs, smokers' articles, steamer rugs and shawls, toys, trunks, valises, etc.
Clothing and other personal effects taken out of the United States by the passenger if not increased in value or improved in condition while abroad. If increased in value or improved in condition, they are dutiable on the cost of the repairs.
CIGARS AND CIGARETTES.
All cigars and cigarettes must be declared. Each passenger over eighteen years of age may bring in free of duty 50 cigars or 300 cigarettes if for the bona fide use of such passenger. Such cigars afid cigarettes will be in addition to the articles included within the $100 exemption.
The above information is not exhaustive and is shown merely to assist our Cuba and Nassau bound patrons in deciding the question of their rights.
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Cuban Railroad and Steamship Lines
The schedules, etc., shown on these two pages are compiled from information obtained from various sources and are as NEARLY correct as possible under the conditions that obtain, but are not guaranteed. Confirmation of these figures, or correct information as to schedule in operation, can be obtained by request in person or by mail to the Agents of the various lines.
ELGIN F. CURRY, Havana Passenger Agent Florida East Coast Railway, 61 Prado, or P. O. Box 1225.
United Railways of Havana
ROBT. M. ORR, General Manager, Egido 2 FRANK ROBERTS, General Passenger Agent City Ticket Office, Prado 118
HAVANA TO SANTIAGO- EAST BOUND
No. 7 No. 3 No. 13 No. 1 No. 17
Lv Havana (Central Station) 7.05AM 8.15AM 3.30pm 10.00 pm 10.30pm
Ar Matanzas.............. 9.38AM 10.13AM 6.01pm 12. OON
Lv Matanzas.............. 9.45AM 10.23AM: 6.11pm 12.16AM
Ar Cardenas.............. 12.33pm 12.33pm 8-00pm 3.45AM ^ .2 o O 7.17AM
Ar Colon ................ 12 22pm .... 2.30AM 4.21AM
Ar Santo Domingo........ 2.18pm......
Ar Sagua............. Via Santo Dom. Cuban Cen. RR 4 10pm .
Ar Cienf ugos............. 4.50pm......
Ar Santa Clara............ 3.38pm...... 5.28 AM
Ar Cienf ugos............. Via Santa Clara Cuba R. R. & Cuba Cen RR 5.55pmi..... 9.17AM
Ar Zaza del Medio ...... 8.05AM
Ar Sancti Spiritus........ Cuba R. R. 6.40AM...... 8.50AM
Ar Ciego de Avila....... 8.00 AM! 10.00 AM 12.30pm 3.43pm 9.3gpm
Ar Camaguey............. Cuba R. R. Cuba R. R. 10.30pm'
Ar Tunas......
Ar Santiago..........
For U. S. Naval Station at Guantanamo Bay, stop over one night in Santiago and leave 8 a. m., arrive Guantanamo during the afternoon.
Note: Connections at Santiago to and from Guantanamo are unreliable.
SANTIAGO TO HAVANAWEST BOUND
No. 2
No. 10 No. 16 No. 4 No. 6
Lv Santiago.......
Lv Tunas..........
Lv Camaguey......
Lv Ciego de Avila . Lv Zaza del Medio Lv Sancti Spiritus Lv Santa Clara
Lv Sagua..........
Lv Clenfugos......
Lv Santo Domingo.
Lv Colon____......
Lv Cardenas......
7.15AM 12.24pm 3.40pm 5.58pm 8.02pm
7.15pm
11.00pm Via Santo Dom. Via Santo Dom.
12.04AM 1.56AM
6.15AM 8.50AM 10.50AM
9.15AM
1.05pm
&Cub*n CenRR &Cub'n CenRR
12.45AM
Ar Mu.anzas........ 4.10AM
Lv Matanzas ............. 4.20AM
Ar Havana (Central Station)_6.28AM
4.10AM 1.00pm
5.59AM 3.22PM 6.09AM 3.28PM 8.43AM 5.56pm
1.00pm......
11.45AM 10.00pm
2.21pm 4.16pm
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HAVANA. CUBA. TO ISLE OF PINES, W. I. (By Rail. U. Rys. of Hav. to Batabano) Isle of Pines Steamship CompanySS. "Christobal Colon."
Lv Havana (Central Station), Mon., Wed. and Fri..................6.10pm
Ar Batabano (SS. Dock), Mon., Wed. and Fri......................8.00pm
Lv Batabano (SS. Colon), Mon., Wed. and Fri.....................8.30pm
Ar Jucaro and Columbia (I. of P.), Tucs., Thurs. and Sat..........6.00AM
Ar Neuva Gerona (I. of P.), Tues., Thurs. and Sat.................8.00AM
Lv Station on I. of P., returning Sun., Tues. and Thurs., connect with U. Rys.
Lv Batabano Mon., Wed. and Fri.................................5.20AM
Ar Havana Tues., Thurs. and Fri.................................7.42AM
FARES FROM HAVANA TO Jucaro, Columbia or Neuva Gerona
One-way, Including berth on steamer.........................$ 7.60
Round-Trip, 10 days including berth on steamer.............. 12.00
Cuban Railroad and Steamship Lines
WESTERN RAILWAY OF HAVANA, Ltd.
ROBT. M. ORR, General Manager FRANK ROBERTS, General Passenger Agent
City Ticket;Office, Prado 118
1 No. 201 |No. 213 No. 203 No. 205 No. 207
Lv Havana (Central Station)...... Lv Rincon...................... 7 15AM 8 15AM 9 33AM 11 HAM 11 57AM 12 20pm 12 57pm 1 48pm 9 30AM 10 22AM 11 36AM 2 05pm 3 14pm 4 32pm 6 16pm 6 59pm 7 26pm 7 57pm 8 38pm 5 25pm 6 27pm 7 40pm

Lv Herradura.
Ar Pinar del Rio
Lv Pinar del Rio. 7 OOAM 8 13AM 9 57AM
Ar San Juan
Ar Guane.......................
No. 202 No. 204 No. 208Jno. 206 No. 214
Lv Guane. 5 15AM 6 09AM 6 41AM 7 OOAM 7 46AM 9 34 AM 10 57AM 11 47AM 12 OON 12 54p.M 1 26pm 2 07pm 2 50pm 4 34pm 5 50pm 6 46pm 3 oopm 4 55pm 6 oopm
Lv San Juan
Ar Pinar del Rio
Lv Pinar del Rio
Lv Herradura
Lv Rincon...................... Ar Havana (Central Station)...... 5 54AM 7 08AM 8 05AM 2 oopm 3 15pm 4 15pm
Havana Central (Electric) Railroad
City Ticket Office, Prado No. 118.
Trains leave Havana (Central Station) for San Francisco, Cotorro Cuatro Caminos, Jamaica, San Jose, Guines and Provi-dencia, on convenient schedules, 5.50 a. m. to 8:20 p. m. daily.
Trains leave Havana (Central Station) for Luyano, Vibora, Mari-anao Beach, Arroyo Arenas, Punta Brava, Hoyo Colorado, Caimito and Guanajay, every hour from 5:00 a. m. to 8:00 p. m., returning from Guanajay at similar times.
The Herrera Steamship LinesCoastwise, Etc.
(No. 6 San Pedro Street, Havana, Cuba)
SS. Julia will sail every 21 days for San Juan, Puerto Rico, touching at Santiago de Cuba, Santo Domingo, R. D., San Pedro de Macoris, R. D and Ponce. On the return trip will touch at Maya-guez.
NORTH COAST SERVICEEmploying following Steamers: "Habana," "Santiago de Cuba," "Nuevitas," "Aviles" and "Gibara." Leave Havana every Saturday for Nuevitas, Puerto Padre, Gibara, Mayari (Nipe), Baracoa, Guantanamo and Santiago de Cuba. Every 7 days for Vita and Banes. Every 21 days for Sagua de Tanamo. Every Tuesday for Sagua and Caibarien.
One Way Fares to Some of the Principal Points as Follows:
1st Class Havana U. S.
to Currency
Antilla..........823.33
Artemisa........ 2.30
Batabano........ 2.12
Bayamo.......... 20.66
Caibarien........ 11.09
Cardenas........ 5.43
Camaguey........ 15.49
Ciego de Avila. . 12.72
Cienfuegbs....... 9.18
Guines........... 2.66
Herradura....... 4.69
Round-Trip
U. S. Currency
3.45 3.00
7.50 23.24
6.57
1st Class Round-Trip
Havana U. S. U. S.
to Currency Currency
Holguin.........$21.20 ......
Madnigo......... 301 $ 4.00
Manzaniilo....... 22.02 ......
Matanzas........ 3.20 4.50
Paso Real........ 4.37 6.12
Pinar del Rio..... 5.54 7.76
Sagua............ 8.45 ......
Santa Clara...... 8.53 ......
Sancti Spiritus ... 11.19 ......
Santiago de Cuba. 24.11 36.17
Round trip tickets on sale December 1, 1912, to March 31, 1913.
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X HOTEL PONCE DE LEON, ST. AUGUSTINE
Under the Management of Mr. Robert Murray Opens Tuesday, January 7, 1913. Closes Saturday, April 5, 1913
Rate, $5.00 per Day and Up. American Plan
FROM no point of view are the external forms and colors of the HOTEL PONCE DE LEON other than pleasing. The scheme of the projector of this palatial structure did not end with a richly appointed and luxurious hotel; his purpose reached beyond this, and demanded that, as the shell material of the walls was found here, on Anastasia Island, and the hotel was in its very structure to be of St. Augustine, so in their decoration the walls should speak of Spanish St. Augustine and its storied past.
The historical symbolism of the decoration is to be observed at the very gateway of the court. The entrance, in the center of the one-story portico, on the Alameda, is designed by two independent gate-posts, on each one of which, carved in high relief, is a lion's masque. It is the heraldic lion of Leon, that sturdy Spanish town which so long and so bravely withstood the Moors; it is an emblem, too, of the doughty warrior, Juan Ponce de Leon, proclaimed in his epitaph "a lion in name, a lion in heart." Above the full-centered arch in the gateway, repeated in the spandrels of the panel arches, is the stag's head, which was the sacred totem of Seloy, the Indian village, on the site of which St. Augustine was built. From the gateway or the court the towers are seen for the first time in their full proportions. Each side of the square tower is pierced near the top with an arched window opening upon a balcony, reminding us of the balconies of Mohammedan mosques; and from them, at morning, noon or nightfall, we might almost expect to hear the muezzin's call to prayer.
A broad stairway of marble and Mexican onyx leads to a landing from which is entered the dining-hall. In delightfully antique letters, set in mosaic in the floor of the landing, is the aptly-chosen verse of welcome, taken from Shenstone :
Whoe'er has travel'd life's dull round, Where'er his stages may have been,
May sigh to think he still has found The warmest welcome at an inn.
On each end, north and south, of the central dining-hall is a panel of dancing cupids, with roguish faces and outstretched hands, representing the feast; some extend clusters of luscious grapes and bread and cups of wine in welcome to the guests, while others ladle steaming olla from great Spanish caldrons. On the wall above are pictured ships of Spain, with sails full set and gracefully waving streamers and pennants; they are the high-pooped Spanish caravels of the sixteenth century, just such vessels as that in which Ponce de Leon came to Florida in his search for the fountain. On the pendentives between the stained-glass windows allegorical paintings represent the Four Seasons. The grand parlor decorations are in ivory-white and gold, with frescoes by Tojetti of cupids and garlands and filmy drapery amid clouds in the corner ceilings.
St. Augustine has two golf courses which are kept in first class condition. The links of the St. Augustine Golf Club which, in part, are laid out through the grounds surrounding old Fort Marion, are particularly good.
THE ALCAZAR, ST. AUGUSTINE
Under the Management of Mr. Wm. McAuliffe Opens Saturday, December 7, 1912. Closes Monday, April 14, 1913 Rate, $4.00 per Day and Up American Plan
ON the south side of King street, opposite the Ponce de Leon, is the ALCAZAR, in architecture a fitting complement to the Ponce de Leon. The Alcazar is of Spanish Renaissance style. Within is a court of flowers, shrubbery and vines, with fountains playing in the center. The courtnot unworthy to be compared with the patios of the alcazars in Spainis surrounded by an arcade upon which open shops and offices. One approaches the Alcazar through winding walks, bordered with hedges and rich blooming flowers. The building itself takes in a whole square, is four stories high, and the entrance is flanked on either side by towers. The rich gray of the coquina is covered in many places with vines, which add to the picturesqueness of the building. The inner court of the hotel is beyond description. One may sit in the magnificent dining-room where is served, in a style in keeping with the appointments of the hotel, everything that can tempt the palate, and listen to the music of the orchestra, while the eye rests upon the beauties of the court.
St. Augustine, with its many well-preserved evidences of a bygone age rubbing sides with modern palaces; its quaint old concrete buildings erected during the Spanish regime peeping out from the shadow of elegant latter-day structures; its unique, narrow streets of the old city running into the broad avenues of the new, is one of the most attractive cities on earth; and its people are as whole-souled, congenial, hospitable and progressive as any anywhere.
The ALCAZAR CASINO and BATHSThe Alcazar baths are the only curative baths in the world available from December to April under such satisfactory conditions. In the first place they are complete in every detail, provided with all the appliances for the various treatments. Best and largest swimming pool in the world. Special entertainments and water sports on Saturday nights.
St. Augustine, the oldest permanent settlement of Europeans in the United States, is one of the most attractive and interesting little cities in America and is frequently spoken of as "The Newport of the South." It enjoys all the advantages of a coast city with none of the drawbacks, as none of the undesirble element that frequents shipping centers is found here. In connection with the location of the city may be mentioned the splendid beaches which are reached by trolley car or by a drive through beautiful wooded country, also by small power boats.
Service taken into consideration, accommodations in St. Augustine are not surpassed anywhere in the country for the prices charged. Visitors can curtail their expenses to accommodate their pocketbooks. Palatial hotels cater to a class who do not hesitate at rates commensurate with the luxury offered. Others find plain but excellent fare with clean, inviting sleeping rooms at the smaller hotels and boarding houses.
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THE ORMOND, ORMOND-ON-THE-HALIFAX
Under the Management of Mr. D. J. Trudeau Opens Wednesday, January 8, 1913 Closes Saturday, April 5, 1913 Rate, $5.00 per Day and Up American Plan
THE HOTEL ORMOND is most picturesquely situated,with the beautiful Halifax in front and the Atlantic Ocean surging only a few yards away on the other side. As a hotel, it is sufficient to say that on this neck of land, apparently in the wild, civilization has planted her latest and fullest* improvements, and here is a perfectly appointed hotel with all the accessories found in the hotels in large cities, and under the best of management. Its popularity is attested by the fact that several times it has been enlarged, and forty new bath rooms have been added since last season.
The livery service in connection with the Hotel Ormond consists of driving horses accustomed to automobiles and saddle horses from the Bretton Woods, N. H., thoroughly road trained. Also a well equipped garage and automobile livery with competent and careful drivers. Charges reasonable.
Express trains are scheduled to cross the Halifax river to Hotel Ormond and passengers may disembark or board the train at the hotel entrance. From other trains passengers take the horse-car direct from Ormond station, connecting with Hotel Ormond, the postoffice and principal stores in Ormond village. Porters of Hotel Ormond meet the trains and carefully look after the transfer of baggage.
The Ormond climate is of the medium quality which permits one to come in October and remain until the end of May. The month of April is delightfully cool and pleasant here. A carefully kept record shows that the mean temperature during the month is 70, ranging from 65 to 75.
One of the greatest of the attractions of a winter residence at Ormond, particularly to the possessor of a motor boat, is afforded by the proximity of the broad river which, one-half mile wide at the Ormond, gradually narrows until it meets, a few miles up-stream, the narrow, dark, canal-like reaches of the Tomoka river, one of its most romantic tributaries.
GOLFNot the least of the attractions at Ormond is the new eighteen-hole golf course.
Those who have experienced pleasure in playing golf over the glorious courses in Ireland and Scotland get a touch of the same on this new course. There are numerous hilly courses in this country, but none so near like the hills and sand dunes of the old country as the beautiful layout at Ormond. A feature of this course, unusual with Southern links, is the grass putting greens. Golfers really have not the remotest idea of the beautiful class of links and the tricky shots this new, up-to-date course affords.
A new club house with wide, detached verandas has been built, where one can sit and watch the bathers on the beach and in the surf on one side and the golfers at play on the other. Daily concerts at the club house from 11.00 a. m. to 12.30 p. m.
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Under the Management of H. E. Bemis Opens Saturday, January 11, 1913 Closes Thursday, March 27, 1913 Rate, $6.00 per day and up American Plan
PALM BEACH and the HOTEL ROYAL POINCIANA are two names so identified with winter social affairs that they have become household words throughout the civilized world. Blessed by Nature with a wonderfully pleasant winter climate and a splendid beach for sea bathing, to Palm Beach has been added every comfort, amusement and diversion that an enormous and intelligent expenditure of capital can provide. It is no wonder that the crowds go where "to see and be seen" provides no mean entertainment of itself, and where, in addition, one can follow almost every phase of outdoor sport on land or sea, under ideal climatic conditions, the while those less fortunate are struggling against the wintry blasts and the usual icebound condition of the more northern latitudes.
"But one night out, Broadway to the Royal Poinciana at Palm Beach, Florida!"Surf bathing out in the warm, blue waves of the South Atlantic, with the wonderful gulf stream hardly a stone's throw away from the end of the ocean pier!'
From February's streets to golf, tennis, boating fishing, surf bathing, delightful wheel chair rides through charming trails and paths, and over all, the fascinating social life that centers here each season more brilliant and inviting than its predecessor.
The Royal Poinciana, by far the largest resort hotel in the world, with a frontage of over 1,000 feet on Lake Worth, is set in tiopical gardens that lead one to suspect that the landscape gardeners had in fact conspired with the southern sun and the warm gulf stream to make Palm Beach a thing of beauty and a joy forever to the eye.
Directly in front of the hotel, overlooking Lake Worth, is the famous tea grove of cocoanut palms, the favorite afternoon meeting place of Palm Beach society.
Only those who know Palm Beach can form any idea of the sociability and gaiety that find expression at the different places and hours; the golf links, tennis courts, chair rides, boating and fishing all have their followers, most of them manage to put in an appearance at the beach at the bathing hour, or on The Breakers' verandas during the morning concert, that "unique hour at Palm Beach" that no one misses.
A boat trip to and a meal at the houseboat located at the inlet to Lake Worth, a dinner at the Garden Grill of the Poinciana, the afternoon tea in the grove of cocoanut palms, the evening concerts, the balls and various entertainments and the special music programmes in the palm room, all provide a variety of scene and change of atmosphere that produce that peculiar Palm Beach charm. To come once is to come again and linger.
GOLF EVENTSSEASON 1913
New Year Tournament.....January 21-25
Lake Worth Tournament .... February 3-7 South Florida Championship .... February 10-14 South Florida Championship, Amateur March 7-8-10-11-12 Women's Championship .... February 18-21 Florida Open Invitation.....February 20-26
TENNISThe Fourth Annual Tennis Tournament held under the auspices of U. S. N. L. T. A. for the Winter Championship of Florida, will be held on the six clay courts of the Palm Beach Tennis Club March 1st, 3rd and following days. Entries close February 28th. Address Secretary Palm Beach Tennis Club, care Royal Poinciana, Palm Beach.
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THE BREAKERS, PALM BEACH-BY-THE-SEA
Under the Management of Mr. Leland Sterry Opens Tuesday, Dec. 24, 1912. Closes Tuesday, April 1, 1913
Rate, $6.00 per Day and Up. American Plan
THE BREAKERS, built, as it is, practically on the beach, within a stone's throw of the ocean, offers many advantages possessed by no other hotel on the Florida East Coast, the hotel being so situated that the main part, with its two wings, affords a sea view to four-fifths of its rooms.
On the broad verandas of The Breakers at the noon hour (the social hour of the day) congregate all Palm Beach to listen to the combined orchestras of the two hotels, and "to see and to be seen."
The Breakers, being the latest of the Florida East Cost Hotel Company's chain of palatial hotels, is an embodiment of all of the newest ideas in resort hotel construction. Rooms are arranged singly, with or without bath, and in suites, consisting of parlor and as many bed-rooms and baths as may be desired. Each room is equipped with a telephone, while the house is thoroughly heated by steam and lighted by electricity throughout.
On the office floor are located, in addition to large lounging, writing and card rooms, a broker's office, with direct New York wire; news stand; Western Union and Marconi Wireless Telegraph offices; jewelry, rug, oriental goods, hat, gown and fancy work shops; fruit and flower stand; barber shop and ladies' hair-dressing parlors.
The golf links, which have been brought up to the highest state of perfection during the past summer, immediately adjoin The Breakers, while the tennis courts, at the western entrance of the hotel, have been entirely reconstructed.
Directly opposite the south entrance to The Breakers is located the Hydro-Therapeutic bathing establishment, in charge of competent attendants, for both ladies and gentlemen, and the swimming pool and casino, which adjoins the bathing beach, while to the north of the casino, and almost opposite the east entrance of The Breakers, is the steel pier, extending for a thousand feet into the ocean and from which a great variety of salt water fish may be caught, both edible and game.
A broad avenue of palms leads from The Breakers to the lake, about a half mile distant, where launches or sail boats, for lake or ocean fishing, may be secured.
THE ROYAL PALM, MIAMI-ON-BAY BISCAYNE
Under the Management of Mr. Joseph P. Greaves Opens Wednesday, January 1, 1913. Closes Tuesday, April 1, 1913 Rate, $6.00 per Day and Up. American Plan
HE HOTEL ROYAL PALM, another of the system of hotels owned and operated by the Florida East Coast Hotel
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Company, is on a point of land formed by the junction of the Miami River with Bay Biscayne, and is surrounded by splendid gardens of cocoanut palms and other tropical trees. The Grill of the Royal Palm is most attractive, being artistically decorated with beautiful specimens of rich tropical plants so arranged as to form inviting alcoves, nooks and corners where occasional half-hours with congenial companions may be quietly enjoyed.
The Royal Palm nine-hole golf course of 2,800 yards has been laid out by a professional and is to the west of the city of Miami, attractively located on the north bank of the Miami river, and may be reached either by boat up the river or by team or motor bus. A series of tennis courts have been put in and during each season a number of tournaments are held, prizes being offered in the several classes.
The casino and swimming pool are on the hotel grounds.
Miami has a perfect winter climate. Cold is almost unknown, even the slightest frost being very rare. The warmth of summer is tempered by the cooling breezes from the Atlantic, and the highest temperature recorded by the government thermometer during the summer months is 98.
Many people who come here to establish winter homes only have yielded to the charms of the tropics and now live here the entire year. The lure of the tropics is not a misnomer. The drowsy sunlit days and the gorgeous, restful nights are like succeeding pages in the book of enchantment.
Miami possesses all the modern conveniences of civilization, as electric lights, water works, gas plant, sewerage, telephone system, free mail delivery, three newspapers, two national banks, one state bank, etc. It has miles of beautiful streets of native white stone. The outlying fruit and vegetable farms and the winter homes of a number of wealthy men are all reached by the network of rock-surfaced roads for which Dade county is famous. These roads extend in every direction and the owner of an auto here can get full returns for the money invested.
The Yacht Club, which for several seasons has been inactive, seems to have taken on new life, and, with new blood and new money, will be a factor in the social life of the winter sojourner. A handsome new club house has been constructed on the north bank of the Miami river which was opened for the season of 1910.
Chief of the glories of Miami is its fishing. There are yachts, power boats and houseboats without number on this peaceful and shallow sea called Bay Biscayne. This is the home of the game kingfish, the Spanish mackerel, the amberjack and a dozen other favorites. The great tarpon is also here in numbers during the season, frequent catches being made in the waters of the bay, but Soldier Key, a pleasant boat ride from the Royal Palm dock, is the principal rendezvous of fishermen, as it is in the midst of the numerous fishing banks or grounds. On the Key is a comfortable club house, properly cared for, where the devotee to the rod and reel, or the hand line either, may enjoy to the full his particular line of piscatorial sport, including the eating of such specimens as he likes or may choose to sample.


THE COLONIAL, NASSAU, BAHAMAS
Under the Management of Mr. J. W. Greene Opens Saturday, January 4, 1913 Closes Tuesday, April 1, 1913
Rate, $5.00 per Day and Up American Plan
ABROAD in fifteen hours." NASSAU, Bahama Islands, by steamship (P. & O. S. S. Company) from Miami, From Miami the P. & O. local rates are: One way, $15.00; round trip, $26.00.
This way of reaching Nassau,is much more satisfactory than the three-and-a-half days trip by ship from New York. The stop-over privileges at the East Coast winter resorts are really worth while.
Nassau is the capital and the only real town in the Bahamas, a British colony with self-governing institutions that are interesting to Americans. There is a governor sent by the Crown and a legislature elected by the people. The negroes outnumber the whites many times over, but all seem to pull together harmoniously under the justice-dealing Union Jack that flies on Government House hill.
It is a little "Spotless Town" with houses of pink and pale yellow, closely jalousied against the heat, and wide verandahed, charming pastel pictures among the green foliage. Everywhere are colored folk, clean too, in stiffly starched calicoes, and well-mannered for the most partexcellently behaved children of a government which they recognize as strong and impartial.
The history of the islands is peculiar and suggestive of the storybooks we have all loved, for here was the happy hunting ground of the pirates. Scores of islands, jumbled together in nature's prodigal, tropical way offered a safe place for playing hide-and-seek with pursuers who did not know the channels, so here were pirate revels and here lies undoubtedly much buried treasure, although the winter will probably not be enlivened by you finding any! Spaniard, pirate, Englishman, have all held Nassauvaluable for its harborand three gray old forts, one with many underground passages, testify to troubled years a century or two ago. Now all is peaceful enough. There is a small but pleasant and hospitable society with much neighborli-ness and afternoon teas on verandahs and high-walled gardens, in the good old English fashion. It is not hard to make friends, if you wish to, or to avoid them if you don't. There is a nine-hole golf course on old Fort Charlotte reservation in charge of a professional, and much tennis, and of course, inevitably, cricket and, best of all, sailing, sailing, sailing.
The climate is ideal with average temperature of 70 and life is made easy in many ways. The expense can vary greatly, according as you may wish. The Colonial, with a minimum charge of $5.00 per day, special weekly, is of course first-class in every particular and the management very accommodating. Boarding houses abound, some very excellent, at from $12.00 to $20.00 per week. Cottages may also be rented on the outskirts at $40.00 to $60.00 per month. In town larger houses with every comfort may be had, but the prices range correspondingly higher. For information communications should be addressed to Mr. J. W. Greene, 243 Fifth Avenue, New York, until January 1st, afterwards at Nassau.
LONG KEY CAMP, FISHING CAMP. FLORIDA KEYS
Under the Management of Mr. L. P. Schutt Opens Saturday, December 21, 1912 Closes Saturday, April 19, 1913 Rate, $3.00 per Day and Up American Plan
AMONG the attractions of a trip to Florida is the. typical Fishing Camp on Long Key, an island of the Floridian archipelago, four hundred and seventy-seven miles south of Jacksonville, an ideal camp for fishing and boating, with facilities for housing and feeding upwards of one hundred persons It is immediately on the line of the Key West Extension of the Florida East Coast Railway, popularly known as the "Oversea Railroad," and the railroad station is known as "Long Key Camp," a regular stop for the through trains between Jacksonville and Key West.
Here the fishermen find their Paradise, as the waters abound with innumerable varieties of fish, both edible and game.
The Camp consists of a number of small cottages, with a central lodge as office, reading-room, etc.; the kitchen and dining-room being in a separate building. Prospective patrons should not get the idea that this Camp is luxurious in its appointment and that the table and service will be maintained on a par with the hotels of the Florida East Coast Hotel Company. While the cottages are complete, sanitary and comfortable, with excellent beds and shower baths, it is not desired that any one go there with an exaggerated idea of the conditions. It is, though, an ideal subtropical "fishing camp" in the center of the famous Florida Keys fishing grounds. The table will be abundantly supplied with sea food, fruits and vegetables properly prepared and well served. The cottages are comfortable and neatly arranged, each being large enough to accommodate several persons or a family.
The Camp is ideally located in the most beautiful grove of cocoanut palms within the borders of the State of Florida, facing the white shell beach and overlooking the broad Atlantic, with that mysterious river in the oceanthe Gulf Streamonly a short distance out. Large sea-going vessels, steam and sail, bound south, are almost constantly in sight, sailing close to the keys to avoid the opposing current of the Gulf Stream.
Launches and boats of every description, and fishing tackle and bait are to be had. The dock or landing place is right at the Camp. Also the postoffice, express office, telegraph office, news stand and store.
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Hotels and Boarding Houses
ALONG THE FLORIDA EAST COAST RAILWAY
Rates shown are for American plan when not otherwise specified.
Location and
Name of Hotel
IE 2* o
o o
k a
Proprietor or
Manager
Rates Per Day
Rates Per Week
Atlantic Beach
The Continental Bayard
Wings ........
St. Augustine
Alcazar .......
Barcelona ....
B ay State Cottage
Bennett House.
Buckingham .. .
Campbell House
Central Hotel ..
Chautauqua ..
Colonial .......
Craddock House.
Dunham House.
Florida .......
Granada .......
Hotel Clairmont
Keystone .....
LaPosada......
Lynn's Hotel.. .
Lyon Building.
Magnolia .....
The Marion....
Monson House.
Neligan .......
Ocean View .. .
Ponce de Leon.
Sevilla Cottage.
Spear Mansion.
St. George ....
Terminal Hotel
The Kenwood. .
Valencia ......
Villa Flora .. Hastings
Hastings Hotel. Palatka
Arlington ....
Devereux Home
The Howell .
Kimball House.
Kupperbush H't'l
Metcalf House
Putnam House..
Saratoga .... San Mateo
Byrlyn Place. .
Idlewild.......
The Palms.....
Egpanola
Espanola Inn. .. Bunnell
Hotel Bunnell.. Ormond
Bretton Inn . .
Hotel Ormond. .
Mildred Lodge..
Rose Villa.....
Daytona
The Austin ....
Bennett House
Brown Cottages
City Hotel .....
Despland ......
Fairview ......
The Gables____
The Glenn .....
The Hamilton .
The Howard .. .
The Islington ..
Ivy Lane Inn.'. .
LaVergneM'ns'n
Lyndhurst.....
Magnolia......
Morgan........
Myrtle ........
Oaks..........
Orange Villa... .
Osborne House..
Palmetto.......
Parkinson......
Pines..........
250
Mrs. Wing
400 70 15 100 75 30 50 80 40 40 25 250 150 75 60 50 40 150 350 120 125 SO 75 500 30 50 200 50 40 75
W. McAuliffe ........
Miss A. N. Blair......
W. P. Oliver .........
S. F. Bennett ........
Wachenhousen & Mau*t
Jno T. Campbell......
Mrs. Godwin .........
B. Fletcher ...........
Mrs. S. D. Culpepper. .
Mrs. E. West ........
Mrs. D. L. Dunham
C. R. Cannon ........
S. Thomas Penna .....
Gil
75 10
L. J. Boyes .........
Mrs. John Center.....
D. Gerstel ..........
O. B. Smith..........
Palmer & MacDowell.
H. Muller ..........
A. V. Monson.......
Mrs. H. Neligan ____
H. E. Hernandez.....
Robert Murray ......
Mrs. C. H. Walker... Mrs. A. R. Spencer.. .
F. D. Dudley.......
S. F. Bennett........
Mrs. J. L. Morgan... Miss E. M. Frazer. . Mrs. Alanson Wood..
E. H. Purdy
F. W. Kels ......
Mrs. M. Devereux
100,R. C. Howell
20 75
400 75
10 10 10
15
Mrs. J. A. Granger. .
C. Kupperbush ......
Mrs. Willie Metcalf..
W. T. Ledbetter.......\ 2.50 up A
M. B. jacobson....... 2.50 up
$2.50 up
1.50
4.00 up 2.50 to 4.00 1.50 to 2.00 2.00 to 3.00 2.50 up 2.00
1.50 to 2.00 2.00 up 2.00 up 1.50 to 2.00 1.50 to 2.00 2.50 up 2.00 up A* 2.00 2.00
1.00 to 1.50 1.50 up Rooms only 2.50 up 2.50 up 2.00 up 1.50 to 2.50 2.00 up 5.00 up 2.00 to 2.50 2.50 up 2.50 up 1.00 up Ef 2.00 up 3.00 to 5.00 Furnished
2.00
Rooms only Rooms only 2.0U up 1.25 up 75 to $1.50 1.50
J. A. Crosby.......
Dr. J. E. Cochrane. Mrs. F. A. Bailey. .
2.00 2.00 2.00
2.00
Fred Harbert .....
30|Mrs. D. L. Jones...... 2.00 up
600 35 20
J. P. Vining ......
D. J. Trudeau____.
A. M. Watson .....
Mrs. Frank Mason.
.00
lOOlH. H. Manwiller......
80. A. H. & E. Lane......
|T. G. Brown..........
lOOl'H. C. F. Dohn........
250L. M. Waite .........
25|Miss N. L- Lynch.....
Moseley........
Glenn ...........
Mabbette........
Howard ........
J. B. Parkinson. .
W. W. Foltz .........
La Vergne Edwards... R. W. & J. H. Ball. . Mrs. Celeste Hinks. ..
Mrs. B. P. Smith......
ETenry Hoffman ......
F. Smith.............
Mrs. Clara Cass ......
Amelia Osborne ......
C. O. Chamberlain . .
E. M. Brown.........
Airs. J. B. Hinskv
50 S. H.
30Mrs. 2011. M. 65;J. C. 50 Mrs.
30 40 40 50 35 SO 75 20 100 45 60
3.00 to i. 5.00 up 2.50 to 3.00 2.00 to 2.50
2.50 up 2.50 up For Rent 3.00 up 3.00 up
2.00
1.50 to 2.00 2.50 up 2.00 up 2.50 up 3.0U to 4.00 3.00 up 2.50 up 2.00 up 2.00 up 2.00 up 2.00 up 2.50 50c up 3.00
2.50 to 3.00 2.00 up
$6.00
Special Special $15 to $20 Special Special $8 to $12 $8 to $12 Special Special $8 to $12 Special $1 up Et Special Special ^oecial Special
Special Special Special Special Special
Special Special Special
$12.50 up $10 to $35 Cottages
$10 up
Special Special European $8 to $10 $1 up Et Special
$8 to 10 $10 to $12 $8 to $10
$5 to $6
Special
Special
Special $12.50 to $15
Special
$15 up
Furnished
Special
Special
$12 to $14
$10 up
Special
Special
Special
Special
$17.50 up
Special
$11 to $15
Special
Special
Special
|$12.50-$17.50
!$12 up
Rooms only
Special
$12 up
Special_
American plan.
tEuropean plan, price per day.
Location and
Name of Hotel
c 1)
C
o o < Z\
Proprietor Rates Rates
or Per Per
Manager Day Week
Daytona (Cont.)
Prince George. .
Prospect.......
Ridgewood.....
Schmidt's Hotel Tourist House Troy House ...
Wayside Inn ..
Western.......
Willmer .......
\Vindsor.......
Daytona Beach
Daytona B'chH'l
Glenwood .....
Lone Bay Inn..
New Seaside Inn
Oyama ......
Pinehurst ....
Surf Crest ...
Van Valzah ..
White House Seabreeze P. O.
Clarendon .....
Boarding......
Princess Issina Port Orange
Hardyman H'se
New Pt. Orange House ......
Triffle House.. Ponce Park
(Mosquito Inlet)
Pacetti House...
Park Hotel----
New Smyrna
Alba Court ....
McCullough H'se
Turnbull Hotel.
Ocean House...
Paul Cottage .. .
Woodward H'se Coronado' Beach
Atlantic Hotel.. Lake Helen
Harlan Hotel .
Hotel Cassadaga
Hotel Webster.. Orange City
Orange City Ht'l
The Trues.....
DeLand (Transfer
Boarding House |
Carrollton Hotel
College Inn ....
Douglass House
Hutchinson Hall
La Villa ......
Lexington .....
McLeod's......
Melrose .......
The Oaks......
Putnam Inn ....
The Bennett H'se
The Waverly ...
Winter Home .. Hawks Park
Bay View House Oak HIU
Barker House ..
McCullough H'se Titusville
Hotel Dixie ....
Palmhurst Hotel
Sterling Hotel .. Enterprise
Epworth Inn ... Cocoa
Cocoa House ...
Cranbrook Cot'ge
Home Cottage...
Singleton Cot'ge
Thomas Cottage Indianola (Cocoa)
Field Cottage ... Merritt (Cocoa)
River View ....
New Island Hot'l
The Pines.....
Rockledge Indian River ...
New Rockledge..
125Hilyard & Holroyd .
IP. J. Doyle.........
250E. P. Woodbury----
lOOjHenry Schmidt .....
50 S. Bennett .........
50 Mrs. Mary Troy W. W. Abercrombie.
J. C. Rainsford.....
W. C. Branch......
50 50
60 35
125 25
25 30 60
Thos. H. Keating......
E. F. Britton.........
Mrs. Ichabod Dougherty
H. F. Stewart.........
Thos. Oyama.........
VV. H. Freeman.......
Mrs. I. Dougherty....
J. A. Van Valzah.....
E. L. Howard.........
350jWm. S. Kenney.......
12iMrs. D. C. Rankin____
25jPlumb, Haynes & Co...
15 Mrs. Hardyman ......
$3.00
3.00 3.00 1.50 up 2.00 up
Rates on 1.50 up 2.00 3.00 up
2.00 to 3.00 1.50 to 2.00 1.00 to 1.50 2.50 up 1.50 1.50 1.50 2.50 up 1.50 up
Rates on ap. 1.50
60
J. M. Masters.....
Mrs. L. P. Triffle.
G. A. Pacetti. G. W. Grant..
45H. L. Savage........
16 Ji C. McCullough____
25 M. Bennett .........
150 F. W. Sams & Sons. .
20! Mrs. Paul ..........
22.Mrs. Julia Woodward.
Special European Special $15 to $18 $8 to $12 $7 to $10 application %"i to $10 $8 up Special
Special Special Special Special Special Special Special Special Special
Special $11
Special
1.00 to 1.50 $5 to $6
2.50 up i 2.50
2.00 2.50
3.00 up
1.50 up
2.00
3.00
1.50
1.50
75T. B. Demares........ 2.00
100 D. S. Patten......... 2.50 u
I Mrs. A. M. Spencer. .. 200 J. A. and M. I. Jefferys
50JMrs. D. B. Hargraves..
20 J. L. True...........
bv automobile and team fr
35 Mrs Dunbar&Miss Dunn lOOlG. A. Dreka..........
25IF. N. Delluy.........
30 Mrs. J. A. Douglass...
20JGeo. Hutchinson .....
25 Mrs. W. J. Austin....
50 Mrs. D. B. Hargreaves
40 Mrs. E. B. Smythe____
50 Mrs. W. W. Alcott. . .
50 S. P. Hays...........
125 B. E. Brown.........
40 M. J. Bennett........
35 Mrs. Drake ..........
25 J. E. Coen............
Special Special
$10
Special
$12 $8 $10 $15 up $10 $7
Special
I
$12.50 up.
Rates on | application
20 20
100 60 60
100
110 20 15 10
20
15
2.00
2.00 to 2.50
2.00 om Orange C
2.50
2.50
1.50
1.50
2.00
2.00 Special
2.00 up
2.00
2.00 up
2.50 up
1.50
M. R. Mendell.
H. S. Barker.....
McCullough Bros.
Mrs. K. Myers Mrs. W. N. Hand. J. H. Nelson.....
Fla. Chris. Assem. Ass'n
E. E. Grimes........
Lewis O'Donnell ....
Mrs. A. O. Paine.....
Mrs. G. S. Singleton. Mrs. M. A. Thomas..
J. R. Field.
40 15 15
300 200
F. J. Nevins........
Herman Glass.......
Mrs. Gertrude T. Duff
Hotel Indian River Co. Hotel Indian River Co.
2.00
2.00
1.50 1.50
2.00 up 2.00 2.00 up
j$8 to
Special $7 up ity) $12 to $15 Special Special $7 to $10 $7 to $10
i$s to in
Special
.$12 up
!il0 up il2 up Special $8 to $10 Special i8 to $12
Special
$6 $0
Special Special Special
2.00 up Special
2.50 up
3.00
2.00
1.50
1.50
1.00
2.50 up
3.00 up 2.50 up
Special Special $9 to $12 Special Special
Special
$7 to $10 I Special $12.50 to $15
Special Special_
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lyocation Proprietor Rates Rates
an* Acco moda or Per Per
Name of Hotel Manager Day Week
Rockledge (Cont.) Oak Cottage ...
Plaza Hotel----
Singleton Cot'ge White's Cottages Eau Gallle The Riverview.. The Southland. The Windsor .. Private Board.. Private Board.. Melbourne
Bon Air .......
Brown House .
Carleton.......
Melbourne Beach
Sunnyrest .....
Villa Marine. Malabar
Malabar House..
Boarding .....,
Grant
Ridgland House Roseland House Sebastian
Private Board. Sebastian Hotel Fellsmere (via
Fellsmere Inn Wabasso Private Board.. Private Board.. Quay
Sunbeam Inn. Vero
King Hotel .... St. Lucie
Kilcaire .......
Ft. Pierce
Atlantic .......
Carlton ........
Ft. Pierce Hotel Riverview Hotel Spring Cottage. Walton
The Walton Inn Stuart
Danforths......
Hotel St. Lucie Stuart House Private Board. Private Board.. Port Sewall
Sunrise Inn . Hobe Sound
The Wigwams Jupiter
Carlin House Jupiter House West Palm Beach Burns' Cottage.. Barman House..
Gables.........
Holland .......
Illinois........
Keystone Cot'ge Minaret Cottage
Palms........
Seagle House Seminole Hotel The Augustine.
The Alton____
The Briggs ... The Tiffany .. The Virginia Palm Beach The Breakers .
Hibiscus .....
Palm Beach H'fl Royal Poinciana Lake Worth Buena Vista H'se
Clayton .......
Poinsettia Hotel Lantana
Lantana House. Boynton
Boynton Hotel..
Hotel Vera____
Deerfleld
Pioneer Hotel. .
50 200 20 30
32 40 20 10 10
15 40 85
14
F. D. Baldwin........
S. H. Peck...........
Mrs. Geo. L. Singleton J. J. White...........
$2.00 to 2.50 2.50 up 1.50 up 2.00
J. R. Mathers......... 2.00
Tood Co.............. 3.00
A. D. Wadsworth..... 2.00
W. Rosetter .......
L. Taylor.........:
Mrs. Solana...........I 2.00
Mrs. Arthur H. Brown | 2.00 J. M. Ferguson. ..
W.
H. Brown. 25 W. L. Sweet____
30 20
Mrs. Mrs.
Julia Arnold. W. T. Naack.
Jorgensen. Royer.. ..
2.00 up
1.50 2.00
2.00 1.50 up
W. F. Baughman......i 2.00
20 Mrs. A. C. Arnold____1 2.00
Fellsmere R. R, from Sebastiain) 30IH. C. Benjamin.......1 2.00
15 10
L. Leisher
1.50
A. Holt............| 2.00
Mrs. M. H. Atwater...; 2.00
1.00 up
Samuel Gale.......... 3.00
25 Faber Bros 15 Mrs. L. L. 75 Mrs. Mrs. E. J
2.00 1.50
35
25 50 35 30 10
40
20
F. G. McMullen____
Mrs. C. Stephenson
H. E. Laflin.......
Chas. Glass........
Broster Retching. ..
G. W, '
F.
Thomas........j 50c up
M. Scheibley.
J. H. Grant.
20 M. M. Carlin.... 15 Mrs. G. W. King.
Mrs. 30 Mrs.
T. J. Burns S. E. Earman. ,
75 W. M. & R. C. McGriff 75 L. D. Lockwood....
25 C. W. Cline........
75 Mrs. Benj. Cook... 20 Mrs. Frank Darling.
125 T. C. Stowers.......
40 F. V. Seagle.......
125" 20 30 75 20 20
Tos. Elliott & Son. Clara A. Stypmen...
~eo. H. Smith.....
H. E. Briggs. C. Tiffany.'... A. L. Haugh. .
Mrs. Mrs. Mrs.
600Leland Sterry... 125 A. C. Inglessi... 400Sidney Maddock. 2000 H. E. Bemis... .
15iMrs. E. L. Barker. 10Mrs. M. Clayton. 30 H. Kauz..........
10 100
M. B. Lyman.
Boynton Hotel H. J. Jury...
Co.
20!W. S. Petty.
Carlton.
F. M. Tyler......i 2.50 up
S. W. Jennings. 2.00 Adams.......... 2.00 to 2.50
2.50 to 3.00
2.00 3.00 2.00 50c up
2.00 to 4.00
3.00
2.00 2.00
Rooms only 2.00 2.50 up 2.50 1.50 up 2.50 up 2.00
2.00 2.50 up 2.00 up 2.00 up 2.50 to 3.50 1.50 to 2.00 2.00 up
6.00 up 2.50 up 3.50 up 6.00 up
75c 75c '1.50
2.00
2.50 up 1.50
2.00
Special $15.00 up Special $10 to $12
$10
Special $S to $10 $10
$7 to $10
$8 to $12 $10 to $12 $14 up
$8 to $10 $10 to $14
Special Special
Special Special
$10
$6 $lu
$10 up
$5 up
$20
Special Special Special $10
Special
Special
$10 to $12 $15 to $20 Special Rooms Rooms
Special
$15
Special Special
Special Special Special $8 to $12 Special $10 up
Special
$12 up Special $12.50 to $20 Special $10 to $15
Special Special
Rooms only Rooms only Special
$12
$14 to $18 $7
I Special_
Location and
Name of Hotel
o o
< si
Proprietor or
Manager
Rates Per Day
Rates Per Week
Delray
Kentucky House Sterling House.
The Inn ......
Ft. Lauderdale Keystone Hotel. New River H't'l Osceola Inn ... Dania
Dania Hotel ... Clifton House..
New Webb ____
Osceola House. Private Board.. Hal lan dale
Hallandale Hotel Little River
Pine Tree Inn.. Buena Vista
Buena Villa H't'l Miami
Bay View.....
Biscayne Hotel Boyd Cottage .
Fetting ........
Ft. Dallas Hotel
Gralynn .......
Green Tree Inn
Gautier .......
Hinson House .. Hotel Halcyon.. Hotel Plaza ... Hotel Poinsettia Ingram Inn .. Marion House. Miami Hotel. ... Minneapolis ...
Minnesota .....
New Everglade.
Palms.........
Royal Palm .... Rutherford .... San Carlos .... Cocoanut Grove Camp Biscayne. Coleman House Cutler-Richmond Cot'ge Princeton
Princeton Inn. Naranja
Moody House.. Homestead Southern Pines Homestead Hot'l Detroit
Hotel SeaBreeze Long Key
Fishing Camp. Key West Edgar House. IslandCityHotel
Seminole .....
The Jefferson. Nassau. N. P. Colonial ......
30
L. H. Bradshaw. H. J. Sterling. .. D. D. Wilhour. .
Will and Lock. 60 P. N. Bryan.. 100 B. E. Willis...
40
25 25 20 20
15
15
P. H. Roper.......
G. Clifton........
.Mrs. Annie Webb.
W. G. Moore......
G, Larson........
A. B. Jones.
15 C. L. Sheeler.
Fetting____
Beckard.
Miss C. F. Wells W. J. Brown. ... Mrs. J. W. Boyd Mrs. A. L. Mrs. E. L. S. Graham Mrs. E. A. Forsell.
A. L. Black.......
Mrs. J. E- Hinson.
M. H. March......
]. W. Chase.......
Mrs. C. W. Bloom. Mrs. W. R. Ingram Mrs. H. C. Price. .
T. W. Brantte.....
T. P. Sawtelle.....
P. C. Hainlin.....
Mrs. I. M. Wells..
Mrs. J. Cara......
T. P. Greaves
30 75 30 15 75 150 50 15 16 300 150 60 10 35 30 50 20 60 16 500
35] Mrs. V. A. Rutherford. 751W. M. Urmey.........
$2.00
2.00
1.50 2.50 up 2.00 to 4.00
2.00 2.00 2.00 1.00 1.00
2.00
1.00
2.00
1.50
2.50 to 3.00 2.00 up 2.00 up 2.50 up 3.00 up 2.50 up 1.50 up 2.00 3.00 up 2.50 up 2.50 up 2.00 up Apartments
i.oo
2.00 up Rooms only 2.00 2.50 6.00 up 2.50 to 3.00 2.50 up
10
R. M. Munroe. ... ..W rite for circu
Mrs. M. A. Coleman... 2.00
Mrs. S. H. Richmond.
3.00 up
40Mrs. H. Vernon......., 1.50 up
25iG. W. Moody......
2.00
1.00
35 A. W. Sullivan.....
20 T. E. Evans.......... 2.00
Dr. B. F. Forrest..
100L. P. Schutt.......
3.00 up
1.00 2.00 2.U0
80]T. W. White"........., 4.00
700 J. W. Greene..........I 5.00 up
20 Mrs. E. Edgar.....,
50 Mrs. A. J. Wallace. 40'Mrs. L. Sawyer.
$0
Special
Special Special Special
Special Special Special Special Special
Special
$6
Special
$10
$15 up
Special
Special
Special
Special
Special
Special
Special
Special
Special
Special
$15
$5
Special
Special $15
Special Special Special
lars and rates Special
Special
Special
Special
$6
Rooms only Special Special Special
HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES IN CUBA
The list of Hotels and Boarding Places is made up from information sent in by our representative on the Island of Cuba and the rates shown were given to him by the proprietors as their regular prices.
CUBA
Location and Name of Hotel Capacity Proprietor or Manager PLAN
E. Rate A. Rate
Havana Plaza ......... 300 350 250 Urbano Gonzalez ..... Walter Fletcher Smith. $3.00 up 2.5li up $5 up
Prado and
Malecon 30 250 200 Walter F. Smith...... Urbano Gonzales & Bros Co. General de Hoteles 5.00 up 2.00 up 2.00 up
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ft .1 -d PLAN
Location and Name of Hotel 5 1 Proprietor ra or u Manager
E. Rate A. Rate
Havana (Cont.)
Compoamor . .
Florida .......
Trotcha ......
Peria de Cuba.
El Louvre .....
Gran America. .
Maison Royal .
The Buffalo____
Brooklyn .....
Ohio .........
Isla de Cuba. .
Luz ...........
Palacio de Colon
Carabanchels ..
Alcazar .......
La Estrella .. .
American Home
Las Americas. .
Maraman Garden Vedado .....
Quinta Avenido Matanzas
El Louvre.....
Paris .........
Sevilla ........
Camaguey
Hotel Camaguey
Plaza .........
Cienf uegros
La Union .....
Continental .... Guantanamo
Hotel Wash'ton Antilla
Hotel Antilla . Santiago
Venus .........
Casa Grande....
Luz ...........
Palace .........
El Alba .......
America.......
Cosmonolitan .
200 80 150 150 100 140 70 75 60 50 IOC 100 50 30 100 70 30 6C
40
50
50
Co. General de Hoteles Santiago Marschal .... M. Trotcha (Vedado). .
Cassanovas & Co......
Jose Castro ...........
Manual, Duran .......
R. Lesebure. (Vedado) .
E. N. Chalmers........
Mrs. H. Weiderman. .
M. Simosison.........
Alvarez Lopez & Co... Florentino Menendez. Manual Rodriguez
E. Rouco ............
T. Perez Sanchez......
Manuel Gonzalez .....
F. Reynolds ..........
Armando Martinez . .
W. T. Burbridge T. Socarras .....
Alfredo Arriaga
L, Zabala ......
P. Fernandez .
Cuba R. R. Co. I. Grossman .
60 50 50 40 60 70 60
T. Busqneto ........
T. Palomaras & Co...
Manuel Pubillones .
Cuba R. R. Co.......
A. Martinez .. Salvador Caritx Manuel Lopez W. L Whitney
Tose Bertran N. MirHllo .
2.00
1.50 up
1.50
1.00 1.50 up 1.00 up 1.00 up 1.00 up 1.00 up 1.00 up 1.00 up 1.00 up 1.00 up 1.00 up
2.00 up 1.00 up
1.00 up
Rates are from $1.00 to $2.00 European and $2.00'to $5.00 American plan.
$3.50 up $3 up $2.50 up $2.50 up $2.50 up $2.50 up
!$2.50 up |$2 up $2.50 up
j
$2 up $3 up $2.50 up $2.50 up $2.50 up $2.50 up
1.50 up 1.00 up 1.50 up
1.25 up
4.00 2.50 up 2.50 up
ISLE OF PINES
Columbia
Columbia......
Los Indios
Canada Inn ... McKinley
Grove House. .
Hotel Costa____
Orchid-in-Pines
Villa Constance Nueva Gerona
American Hotel.
Hotel Burnside.
Hotel Casas.....
Santa Barbara
SantaBarbaralnn
Silver Springs .
The Norwood . Santa Fe
Hotel Ceballos. .
Hermann House
Hotel Santa Fe.
Homestead .....
San Pedro
Hotel San Pedro V ivi jagua
Mountain Inn.. West McKinley
West McKinley Inn .........
Norwood .......
German Castle. .
Silver Springs Hotel........
35 F. M. Nelson
20.
40 24 16
25
20 100 20
60 12
Mrs Fred Sage
Mrs. F. Dykins G. C. Wityke .. Mrs. C. Wriker R. McLane
Will Pearcy .........
W P. Doolittle .....
Mrs. G. W. Beandry.
S. S. Keller ........
Mrs. J. E. A. Gaskell
10C. H. Thompson.
20 Pedro Ordonez .. 100Mrs. R. Hermann.
75 75
30
40
60 20 20
20
Mrs. M. P. Barsch. H. H. Robertson. . .
W. R. Simmons. Mrs. J. Shepard.
1.00 up 1.00 up
Starr S. Keller.....
Chas. H. Thompson. Mrs. Wende .......
Mrs. J. E. A. Gaskell.
2.00 up
2.00 up
1.00 up 2.50 up 2.00 up 2.00 up
3.50 up
2.50 up 1.50 up
1.25 up
2.00 2.00 2.50 2.00
2.50 up
2.50 up
2.50 up 2.00 up
1.50 up
EEuropean plan AAmerican plan
PULLMAN CAR CHARGES
The following data as to Pullman charges is published as a matter of information only
PRINCIPAL CITIES EAST AND WEST
TO
JACKSONVILLE AND ST. AUGUSTINE
TO FROM 1|
New York.....N. Y,
Philadelphia ____Pa,
Baltimore ......Md
Washington ... D. C
Richmond .......Va
Lynchburg ......Va
Charleston.....S. C
Columbia .....S. C
Savannah .......Ga
Cleveland ........O
Toledo ...........O
Detroit .......Mich
Cincinnati ....... O
Chicago .........Ill
Louisville .......Ky
Evansville ......Ind
St. Louis .......Mo
JACKSONVILLE
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$6.00 5.75 5.00 4.75 4.00 4.00 2.00 2.00 1.50 6.50 6.25 6.50 5.00 6.50 5.00 5.00 5.75
I a
60
.2 a
$17.00 16.50 14.00 13.50 11.50 11.50 6.00 6.00 5.00 18.50 17.50 18.50 14.00 18.50 14.00 14.00 16.50
$21.00 21.00 18.00 17.00 14.00 14.00 7.00 7.00 6.00 23.00 22.00 23.00 18.00 23.00 18.00 18.00 21.00
ST. AUGUSTINE
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$6.25 6.00 5.25 5.00 4.25 4.25 2.00 2.25 1.75 6.75 6.50 6.75 5.25 6.75 5.25 5.25 6.00
a
$17.50 17.00 15.00 14.00 12.00 12.00 6.00 6.50 5.00 19.00 18.50 19.00 15.00 19.00 15.00 15.00 17.00
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$22.00 21.00
19.00 18.00 15.00 15.00 7.00 8.00 7.00 24.00 23.00 24.00 19.00 24.00 19.00 19.00 21.00
PARLOR AND SLEEPING CAR FARESF.E.C.RY
FROM
TO
Jacksonville St. Augustine
Ormond .....
Daytona New Smyrna Titusville Rockledge .. Eau Gallie .. Melbourne .. Ft. Pierce ... Palm Beach .
Miami ......
Long Key ... Key West ...
JACKSONVILLE
faCK fa CG
fa u fe 3
$0.25 .60 .60 .70 .90 1.05 1.10 1.15 1.40 1.75 2.00 2.50
1.50 1.50 1.50 1.75 1.75 2.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 2.50 2.75 3.50
ST. AUGUSTINE
PALM BEACH
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$0.25
.45 .50 .55 .75 .90 1.00 1.00 1.25 1.60 2.00
$1.50 1.50 1.75 1.75 2.00 2.00 2.25
3.25
$1.75 1.60 1.20 1.15 1.05 .85 .75 .65 .60 .35
.45 1.15 1.40
a, a;
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$2.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 1.75 1.50 1.50 1.50 1.50
2.00 2.00
3fi
The charge for the use of an upper berth is twenty per cent less than the Charge for a lower berth.
The charge for the use of a compartment is approximately three times the charge for a lower berth.
The charge for the use of a drawing room is approximately three and a half times the charge for a lower berth.
Drawing rooms in Sleeping or Parlor Cars, when used in day service will be charged for at the equivalent of six seatsnot to exceed the charge for night service between same points.


The Florida East Coast Railway Co.
THE OVERSEA RAILROAD
ALL RAIL TO KEY WEST, FLORIDA QUICKEST AND MOST DIRECT ROUTE TO
Cuba PanamaJamaica
Florida plays the most conspicuous part in the greatest achievement that is likely to occur in this country during the year nineteen hundred and twelve. The completion of the Florida East Coast Railway to its new southern terminus at Key West is a monumental event, net only in the history of Florida, but also that of the United States.
The full significance of this event is hard to realize. It virtually links the great cities of the United States with Cuba and the Panama Canal. It means that the tourist and the business man Can travel by rail from the great cities of the country to Key West and be within a few hours of Havana and the Panama Canal. No single individual in this country has ever done for a State what Mr. Henry M. Flagler has done for Florida. He saw the Everglade State when it seemed to escape the notice of all others. He realized the charms of its balmy winter climate, the wealth in its soil, its possibilities in the line of commerce, and with a prescient eye foresaw the time when the construction of an inter-oceanic canal would give to Florida an advantage that no other State could possess. Only those who have gone over the Florida East Coast Railway can realize the amazing magnitude of the undertaking. The Construction of the line from Jacksonville to Miami was, perhaps, not more difficult than railroad building in other sections, but the projection of the Extension to Key West was another story. This meant the building of a line, from island to island, of solid reinforced concrete, and on steel viaducts, in some instances several miles in length. No other railroad in the world, in this respect, can compare with the "OVERSEA RAILROAD" the Florida East Ccast Railway from Miami to Key West.
And so Florida which, not many years ago, was regarded as fa. down in the list of prosperous States, is rapidly making its way to the front in population, wealth, commerce and agriculture. Instead of waste and desert lands, one now finds miles of orange groves, pineapple plantations, potato fields, market gardens, and last, but not least, the world renowned winter pleasure resort of the wealthy and the Mecca cf the invalid. All of which is directly due to the building and operation cf the Florida East Coast Railway.
Florida East Goast Railway
J. K. PABBOTT, President J. P. BECKWITII, Vice-President J. D. BAHNEE, General Passenger Agent
GENERAL OFFICES
ST. AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA
JACKSONVILLE OFFICE, 28 Julia Street NEW YORK OFFICE CHICAGO OFFICE
243 Fifth Avenue 109 West Adams Street
Land and Industrial Department
The Land Department of the Florida East Coast Railway Company has lands for vegetable and fruit growing or farming at many points between Jacksonville and Key West, and town lots in all the principal towns along the line of road. They are on sale to actual settlers or homeseekers at reasonable prices, and on easy terms.
Information as to all points on line of railway cheerfully given on application to
J. E. INGRAHAM, Vice-President F. E. C. Ry. Co., In charge of Lands and Industries, St. Augustine, Fla.
EXPRESS
OVJTHEAty
COMPANY
FOR ALL PARTS OF THE COUNTRY
Operates on fast passenger trains on this Railway System.
Receives and forwards freight, money, valuables, etc., to all points accessible by Express. Collections made with or without goods. Special attention given to the handling of fruits,vegetables, and other perishable matter. All business forwarded in charge of special messengers.
The SOUTHERN EXPRESS COMPANY sells MONEY ORDERS, payable in all parts of the United States, in Canada and Havana. Sold at all reasonable hours. Cheapest and most convenient way to remit smal 1 amounts.
The SOUTHERN EXPRESS COMPANY connects with responsible Express Companies for all parts of the United States, Canada, Mexico and Europe.
CHAS. L. LOOP, E. M. WILLIAMS,1 J. B. HOCKADAY, Gen'l Manager
Vice President, Second Vice President, Eastern Department,
Chattanooga, Tenn. Chattanooga, Tenn. Atlanta, Ga.
3 i
THE
Western Union Telegraph Company
Operates All Public
TELEGRAPH OFFICES
In the Offices of the FLORIDA EAST COAST RAILWAY.
Night Letters of fifty words or less handled at the regular rate for a ten-word day message.
Day Letters of fifty words or less handled at one and one-half the regular rate for a ten-word day message.
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FLORIDA
CUBA-NASSAU
TIME TABLE OF THE
COPYRIGHT, 1911, BY J. D. RAHNER, 8T. AU0l*TINE, FLORIDA
FLORIDA
CUBA-NASSAU
TIME TABLE OF THE
COPYRIGHT 1011, BY J. D. RAHNER, ST. AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA
-
These schedules show the times at which trains may be expected to arrive and depart from the several stations, but their arrival or departure at the time stated is not guaranteed, nor is this Company to be held responsible for any delay or any consequences arising therefrom.
Time Table subject to change without notice
NO. 98
In effect January 7,1913 i
These schedules show the times at which trains may be expected to arrive and der art from the several stations, but their arrival or departure at the time stated is not guaranteed, nor is this Company to be held responsible for any delay or any consequences arising therefrom.
Time Table subject to change without notice
No. 98
In effect January 7,1913
J. R. PARROTT President
J. P. BECKWITH Vice-President
J. D. RAHNER General Passenger Agent


R. V. ANKENY
grower and shipper
INDIAN RIVER PINEAPPLES
ORANGES AND GRAPEFRUIT
Ankona. Florida. Feb. 5, 1914
Mr. J. S, Penninger,
Pennsburg, Fa.
Dear ir:-
Yottrs of Mar. 1st, received. You are evidently not acquainted
much -with this part of Florida, *'ost of the towns you see on the
map-of the east coast of Fla.are only stations. P. 0. but no stores,
or only one and the river front is not laid off in lots as yet
but -will be some time. Pineapples rnd citrus fruits are raised
land
along thff river but there is no general farming here, There is good farming land at Fellsmere," think from $40. to $$, mhe only town of any size close is Ft, rierce, 1 robly 1800 people tuart, south of here is a. growing town and will be something some time
I am no real estate agent but if you will tell me what you are looking for I will endeavor to tall you where you can find it If you are going to buy Farming land, by all ir.ea.ns see it before buying uood farming la.nd has clay or marl subsoil
(a M (Mm Il^la^ ,


Florida East Coast Railway
FLAGLER SYSTEM
LAND AND INDUSTRIAL DEPARTMENT
J. E. INGRAHAM
Vice-President
St. Augustine, Fla.,
ifrch 9th, 1914,
Mr. j.s.Renninger,
Pennsburg, Pa.
Dear sir:-
Complying with your request I am sending you, under separate cover, copies of our descriptive literature which will give you a very good idea of the towns, country and general conditions along our line of road,
I wish to call your attention to the new country which is being opened up by the Branch which is under construction from Maytown to Okeechobee, A train is now operated on this Branch, daily except Sunday, as far south as Kenansville (Whittier). Construction work is going on south of Kenansville and it is expected that this Branch will be completed some time next Spring,
On this Branch we have townsites and farm lands at Chu-luota, Kenansville and Okeechobee. This is mostly an undeveloped territory but enough has been done in the way of general farming, trucking and raising citrus fruits to indicate its vast possibilities and there is every prospect of its substantial and rapid growth. Chuluota, in addition to its agricultural advantages, has many attractions which makes it one of the best locations for a winter home. We feel sure this section will become as productive as any in the state. It has the soil; it has the climate; it abounds with lakes of pure water; it is rolling pine and hammock land and any one looking for a home or a farm should not miss the opportunity of personally investigating this territory, and we are sure you will see the possibilities and advantages offered.
We hope to hear further from you, and, after you have looked over our booklets, should you desire other information, we will be pleased to answer any inquiries you may wish to make. If you become interested in any particular place I would refer you to our Local Agent in that section, as our Agents are in a position to give more detailed information concerning their respective territories than we can furnish from this office. We would like to know whether or not you locate in Florida, and, if so, at what place.
Yours Truly


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