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MUNICIPAL BAND PROGRAM



EVERETT ALLYN MOSES, M.B.
Conductor
Sunday, February 28-Matinee, 3 p.m.; Night, 8
PART I
1. OVERTURE-Aroldo Verdi
S2. Sanctus, Messe Sollenelle Gounod
3. SEXTETTE-From Opera "Lucia Di Lammermoor Donizetti
MESSRS. HANDZLIK, COBB, MILLER, THOMPSON, ENGRAM AND MCCUTCHIN
4. Evolution of Yankee Doodle - Lake
PART II
5. SUITE--Scenes Pittoresque Massanet
(a) Marche
(b) Air de Ballet
(c) Angelus
(d) Fete Boheme
6. VOCAL SOLO-Arise, O Sun Day
NELL BUNNELL ROSER
7. Patriotic Patrol, Spirit of America Zamecnik
8. FINALE-Star Spangled Banner Key
"Music is fundamental, one of the great sources of life, strength and bappiness.--Burbanh
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-unsurpassed climate
-modern hotels
-fine beaches
-18-hole golf course
-high hills
-tennis courts
-good motor roads
-fishing and sailing
-sapphire sea
-gorgeous sunsets
-moonlight dancing
-a constant breeze
-weird pirate caves
-quaint shops
-two large lakes
-old world customs
-New York's newest fashions
-miles of paved streets
-deep water harbor
-tropical sea gardens
-1000 horse and motor vehicles
-electric light and power
-sudden service telephones
-wireless telegraph delivery
-an ice plant
-100 well trained police
-cheap materials
-international bank service


-a chamber of commerce
-numerous churches
-two newspapers
-interesting old forts
-eighteenth century atmosphere
-no poisonous reptiles
-restful environment
-rare fruits and vegetables
-a public market
-luxuriant tropical foliage
-never known frost
-irresistible enchantment
-indescribable charm
-fast steamship service
-no land taxes
-no income taxes
-a desire to progress
-an assured future
--several carefully improved and
restricted suburban develop-
ments
-sites for winter homes, hotels,
apartments, casinos, clubs
-oceanfront, lakefront, bayfront
lots
-hill-top, hill-side and valley lots
-and no prohibition


Robert Steele Organization
S. W. Corner Datura and Narcissus Streets
West Palm Beach
Phone 2292
GORDON PHILLIPS, DIRECTORS OF SALES
215 Fifth Street 565 Fifth Ave.
Miami Beach, Fla. New York City
811 Boardwalk Bay Street
Atlantic City, N. J. Nassau, Bahamas
EXECUTIVE OFFICE
200 N. E. Second Avenue
Miami, Fla.
Illustrated booklet upon request

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"Moonlight g and Roses"



This popular composition as played b\ the
Municipal Band enthralls every audience.
Nloonlijht and Ross as seen at Fort Drum
are equally charming

Fort Drim is Uncle .loc Phillips superb ai.
ricultural development in the fertile highland
section of northern Ol.eechobee County.
which c(en no" i. preparing to hilp fecd
Florida

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Realtor


210 S. Olive Ave.
Phone 1762


Phone 2122
312 S. Olive Ave.


Phone 1462-R
No. 1 Rainbo Pier


Where to Go and What to See


Who has ever failed to get a thrill from the sight of the Ocean? While it is true that
the Ocean is one thing to which Florida may lay no claim to a monopoly, yet there is no denying
that the Ocean seems to assume added beauty when viewed from our Florida shore-line. World
travelers affirm that nowhere in their travels have they found the Ocean so appealing in its sym-
bolic beauty as between Palm Beach and Miami. This is due, no doubt, to the splendor of the
semi-tropical, exotic beauty of this section, which prepares the imagination with a colorful back-
ground for a proper appreciation of an Ocean as varied in its moods and as changeable in its hues
as the restless chamelion.

A year ago, the writer, then here but a short time, remarked upon the ever-changing
color and hues of the Ocean in the presence of an old time hotel man, for years a resident of one
of our neighboring sea-coast towns. He contributed to our remark by saying that he had lived
on the East Coast of Florida for seventeen years and had yet to see the Ocean the same twice.
His statement was remembered and it has never failed to add to the feeling of awe mingled with
admiration that the sight of the Ocean creates within us.
With but a limited amount of space in which to tell of the many places to go, and the
many things to see while in West Palm Beach, it might appear to the casual observer that an
undue amount of space is being given to such a well known and accepted fact as the Ocean. We
believe, however, that a drive down the Ocean Boulevard, or a walk down the beach, with only
a very few minutes contemplation of the sea, will serve to convince the most skeptical that here
is one of Florida's rarest and most precious attractions, and complete justification will be given
devotion of this space to press agenting the Ocean.

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DADE LUMBER

Dealers in


Lumber of All Kinds

Cement, \Vall Board and
Everything Else in This Line


314 Second Ave.
(Old Althea)


MUNICIPAL BAND PROGRAM


EVERETT ALLI N lOL: E. I- Ib
Condut or
Monday, March I ,) p n,
PART I
Compositions of Pet-r i1,i. r I e ,, ..a
1. MARCH-"Slave"
2. OVERTURE-"1812" (Sollenell(
3. (a) Romance
(b) Valse des Fleurs
4. FINALE-Fourth Symphony, in i mnor
PAR II
5. A Hunt in the Black Forest \ .:,it. r
6. Scenes, Velvet Lady HiL,.-i
7. VOCAL SOLO-The Mystery of INlght Anm,
GRACE STONE
8. Star Spangled Banner Key
Mr. Moses and members of his band use and recommend Holton Band Instruments, made by
Frank Holton. Elkhorn. Wis.


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"Profitable
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Member
Palm Beach County
Real Estate Board


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W. M. BERGMAN
Realtor

50I Clemati St. - Telephone 1535


\\'st Palm B.ach. Fla


The beautiful secluded Patio Garden on the Palm Beach Estate of Ed Moore.


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The Palm Beach County Merchants' Association

Conceive-d in thl \car 1024 a corporation of the Lading busin ss
men of the Palm Beaches the Palm Biach Count\y Nlrchants' Asso-
iiation has taken a place in this community\ which through its
.ictlities has made it a most valuable and promising organization
It is well at this timn to bring to the readers of our Visitors' Guide
.nd RBnd Program a short resume of the activities and purposes ot
the association.
The Palm Beach County Merchants' Association has as its scope
of activities the establishment of the Palm Beaches as the metropolitan
shopping center of the South East Coast to further the merchandis-
ing of the articles so famous the world over as having been worn at
Palm Beach, sold at Palm Beach and used by the visitors at Palm
Beach during the wonderful winters the residents and visitors enjoy
each year. With this in mind a code of ethics has been adopted to
promote our city and thus our merchants and to offer to the people
who visit the Palm Beaches, merchandise, banking and salesmanship
to which none will be superior.
As evident of the code of ethics adopted by our members one has
but to look and shop through the various institutions of our city to
see how hard and how successfully our members are striving towards
that goal, and there are our beautiful banks, well organized and
sound, our stores well stocked, equipped with the best salesmen
obtainable, merchandise of the finest grade and prices consistent with
good service, with the most modern of sales equipment handling a
volume of business which is undoubtedly the envy of great merchants
the country over.
In addition to the merchandising there stands the work of the
association which has standardized the various methods used by suc-
cessful merchants to the benefit of our members and to the shoppers.
The public has at its call the service of the credit reporting bureau
which enables the merchants to accept or decline charge accounts at
a minute's notice, giving the public an accommodation which at times
is most valuable when it can be secured quickly.
A check protection service at the disposal of our members has
enabled our merchants to accept a large amount of paper with a
feeling of safety, this is a convenainc, to the public also.
The department of collections has enabled the merchants to realize
quickly and to weed out the accounts which are not paid promptly
and thus establish in the Palm Beaches an understanding between
the customer and the merchant as to the necessity of the prompt
payment of one's obligations.


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Page Nine


Palm Beach

Creamery Company
Operated bu
SOUTHERN DAIRIES of FLORIDA

MNanufaturers and Distributor, a.t thc \'rli~r kind- Pilm Bijah Ihc Cream and
Frozen Dainti.: Pure Bllk Cream Buirr Djirv Produrct
Phones 958 and 959
Okeechobee Road

West Palm Beach, Florida
Ice Cream Molds for All Kinds of Specials


Welcome to Our Ocean


QUS' BATH

Latest Style Bathing Suits Completely Stocked
S. Ocean Blv'd, Palm Beach
If it swims, we have it and will show you
how to catch it from the famous Rainbo Pier.
Complete line of Fishing Tackle for sale or rent
Bait of all kinds always on hand
"ASK BOB"











Palm Beach Personalities
By JOHN TEMPLE GR,\VES II.

A self-made man--H G I\lMcastir. president and
owner of the Palm BIach Cadillac Company. director
of the Greater Palm BCach Chambcr of Comn, rce.
formerly a professional b.iseball plavyr. and at the start
of his business career a delivery boy tor a clothing store
-persevering, square and destined for as much success in
the future as he h2s won for himscl in the past

A lover of music and of the land--B .J Carlbcrg.
vice-president and general manager ot Gruber. Ca.rlberg
Company; president of the Southern Enterprises, Inc.,
and of the South Indian River Company; president of
the West Palm Beach Musical Bureau, developer of
many of the most attractive suburban districts in south-
ern Florida and importer of some of the finest musical
artists in the world.
*
A builder from Boston-George W. Harvey, presi-
dent of the George W. Harvey Company of West Palm
Beach and of the George W. Harvey Construction Com-
pany of Boston, Mass.; developer of Villa Rica, and
dreamer of all the dreams which are coming true in that
city of the future; builder of many of the most modern
and imposing business structures in Boston today;
public-spirited, successful, dynamic.
*
A prince of an engineer-Charles H. Ruggles, senior
member of the civil engineering and architectural firm
of Ruggles, Flowers, Farnum 8 Mason; former manager
of the detail department of the Westinghouse Electric
Company; former county engineer of Palm Beach
County-brilliant and devoted, active and alert.
*
A realtorr" with all the name implies-G. Bernie
Bensel, member of the real estate firm of Butler-Bensel,
Inc., dealers in business properties; former vice-president
and general manager of the insurance firm of B. D. Cole,
Inc.; treasurer for two years of the West Palm Beach
Rotary Club-sound, sober and safe.


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Page Eleven


MUNICIPAL BAND PROGRAM


EVERETT ALLYN MOSES, M.B.
Conductor

Tuesday, March 2--Matinee, 3 p.m.; Night, 7:30


REQUEST DAY PROGRAMS



(Requests must be in by Monday morning)


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Points of Interest in West Palm Beach


Northwood Post Ottfici
Nur;,: LodSg of Good Samaritan
Hospi.al
Good Smaritan Hospital
Colored Industrial School
Colored Ho,-pital
OIJ Par.:chial School
Star,: L ab.:.rator)
Elk- Club
Y W C A
Palm Beach Count\ Courthouse
Dixie Court Hotl
Catholi: School. Church and
Rectory
\.'.r Palm B&ach Water Co
Pumping Plant
City ,J11
County Jail
Palm Bac:h Timis
Lake Park Hotel
Chamber of Commerce
\VWas Palm Btach Memorial
Library.
Rualto Thtatrt
Old Post Office
Jefferson Hotel
Palm Hotel
Alhambra Apartments
Poinsettia Hotel


Palm Biach Bank ., Trust Co
Srinkv Theitre
.-laonic Temple
First American Bank U Trust Co.
Cirizens Bank x Trust Co.
Cir Hall
Farm>r- Bank Z4 Trust Co.
C.-.mmrcial L Savings Bank
Kittlkr Theatri
Southern itilirtis Plant
Congregational Church
Palm Beach Post
Methodist Church
Ncrv Post Office
Alma Hotel
Pennsvlvania Hotel
Lake Court Apartments
Labor Temple
Baptist Church
Chritian Sciene, Church.
Seventh Day Asdventist Church
Episcopal Church
Flagltr Apartments
Ro'al Palms Hotel
Porter Building
Leh-O-Mar Apartments
Public Playgrounds
Tourist Camp
Pioneer Park


Points of Interest in Palm Beach


Hon. Mrs. F. E. Guest Estate
Robert C. Black Estate
Joseph Riter Estate
Bethesda-by-the-Sea Church
(Episcopal)
William M. Wood Estate
Robert D. Douglas Estate
Gurnee Munn Estate
Chas. A. Munn Estate
J. S. Phipps Estate
H. C. Phipps Estate
J. K. Clarke Estate
Eva R. Stotesbury Estate
Daniel H. Carstairs Estate
J. Shepard, Jr., Estate
Amy L. Phillips Estate
Hotel Royal Daneli
Beaux Arts Theatre
Ambassador Hotel
Rosa May Hotel
Beach Club
First Bank 8 Trust Company
Palm Beach Post Office
Garden Theatre
Munds 8 Winslow
Biltmore Apartments
Carr 8 Carr, Inc.
Old Town Hall of Palm Beach
F. E. C. Hotel Co. Offices


Royal Poinciana Hotel
Breakers Casino
Whitehall Hotel
E. M. Brelsford Estate
L. S. Clarke Estate
E. L. Welsh Estate
Mrs. Clara Frazier Estate
Southways-Senator Frelinghuysen
Estate
C. C. Lightbown Construction Co.
C. C. Lightbown Residence
Palm Beach School
Club Montemarte
Granada Apartments
Palm Beach National Bank
W. J. Connors Residence
New Town Hall of Palm Beach
Mizner Development Company
Everglades Club
Barclay H. Warburton Estate
Everglades Arcade
Paris Singer Residence
Billows Hotel
Gus Bath
L. E. Woodhouse Estate
George Dobyne
E. B. Charlton Residence
W. D. Renfro Residence
A. G. Kay Residence


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MUNICIPAL BAND PROGRAM

EVERETT ALLYN MOSES, M.B.
Conductor
Wednesday, March 3-Matinee, 3 p.m.; Night, 7:30
PART I
1. OVERTURE-Tancred Rossini
2. Scenes from "Blue Paradise" Romberg
3. CORNET SOLO-"Levy Athen" -Levy
LEON HANDZLIK
4. Butterfly Bendix
5. The Awakening of the Lion Kontski
PART II
6. Fackeltanz (Fire Dance) Meyerbeer
7. "Molly on the Shore" Grainger
8. VOCAL SOLO-"Lift Thine Eyes" Logan
NELL BUNNELL ROSER
9. Star Spangled Banner Key
James E. Miller, world-renowned trombonist, uses a Holton "Revelation" trombone











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Cut Glass - Expert Watch and Jewelry Repairing



C. R. BENNETT COMPANY

Jewelers

WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA


Special Order Department for the Manufacture of Platinum Jewelry


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Corrected List of
BAPTIST
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH--Corner Olive avenue and
Chicago street. Assistant Minister, Rev. J. W. Williams,
13 Kings court. Preaching services, 11 a.m. and 7:30
p.m.; Sunday school, 9:30 a.m.; B.Y.P.U., 6:15 p.m.
CATHOLIC
ST. ANNE'S ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH-Corner
Olive avenue and Second street. Pastor, Rev. P. I.
Nernane, S.J.; assistant pastor, Rev. F. J. Clarkson, S.J.
Sunday masses, 7, 8 and 10 a.m.; week-day masses,
6:30 and 7:30 a.m.
CHRISTIAN
FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH--Corner Georgia avenue
and O street. Minister, Rev. Arthur M. Depew, 611
Okeechobee road. Morning worship and communion,
11 o'clock: evening worship, 7:30 o'clock; Sunday
school, 9:45 a.m.; Christian Endeavor, 6:30 p.m.
CHURCH OF CHRIST (Christian and Disciples)-
Corner Rosemary and Hisbiscus. Minister, Rev. William
John Minges; assistant minister, Miss Irene May Caster.
Preaching services, 11:30 a.m. and 7:30 p.m.; Sunday
school, 9:45 a.m., Christian Endeavor, 6:30 p.m.
CONNISTON ROAD CHURCH OF CHRIST--Corner
Conniston road and Dixie Highway. Minister, Rev. H. C.
Geer. Preaching services, 11 a.m. and 7:45 p.m.; Sun-
day school, 9:45 a.m.; Christian Endeavor. 6:30 p.m.
RIVIERA MISSION CHURCH OF CHRIST-Preaching
service, 3 p.m.; Sunday school, 10 a.m.
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE
FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST, SCIENTIST-Okeecho-
bee road, east of Chase street. Sunday morning service,
11 o'clock; Wednesday evening, testimonial meeting.
8 o'clock: Sunday school, 9:30 a.m.
CONGREGATIONAL
UNION CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH-Corner Olive
avenue and Datura street. Minister, Rev. H. E. Lyon,
1803 Florida avenue. Preaching services, 11 a.m. and
7:30 p.m.; Sunday school, 9:45 a.m.; Christian En-
deavor, 6:30 p.m.
EPISCOPAL
HOLY TRINITY CHURCH-Corner Lake drive and
Trinity place. Rector, Rev. L. A. Wye. Preaching
services, 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m.; Holy communion,
7:30 a.m. except first Sunday, 11 a.m.; Y.P. Fellow-
ship, 6:30 p.m.
EPISCOPALIAN BETHESDA-BY-THE-SEA-North Lake
trail, Palm Beach. Rector, Rev. Canon J. Townsend
Russell; assistant rector, Rev. Frank P. Johnson. Sunday
morning service, 10:45. Choirmaster, Frederick Hall.
JEWISH
CONGREGATION BETH-EL (Conservative)-Seventh
avenue, west of Dixie Highway. Rabbi A. Herbert
Fedder. Services every Friday, 8 p.m.; Sunday school,
Sunday, 10 a.m.
CONGREGATION BETH-ISRAEL (Reformed) -Brow-
ard avenue, Bethesda Park. Services every Friday eve-
ning at 8 p.m.; Sunday school, Sunday, 11 a.m.
LUTHERAN
CHURCH OF THE REDEEMER (Evangelical)--
Woman's Club building, City Park. Sunday school, 7


JeromeWideman F. E. Decker
President Treasurer


Spencer T. Lainhart Henry D. Knight
Vice-President Secretary
Meeting Place-Royal Palm Hotel
Tuesday 12:15


Dr. J. C. Crist H. Helvenston
President r 4 Sec'y-Treas.



S. K. Vliet
Vice-President
Meeting Place-Winter Garden
Friday 12:15
Page Sixteen


City Churches
p.m.; preaching service, 7:45 p.m. Minister, Rev.
Rudolph J. Keyl.
UNITED LUTHERAN--Woman's Club building, City
Park. Minister, Rev. A. B. Hancher. Sunday service,
11 a.m.
METHODIST
FIRST METHODIST CHURCH-Corner Dixie Highway
and Datura street. Minister, Rev. L. M. Broyles.
Preaching services, 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m.; Sunday
school, 9:30 a.m.; Epworth League, 6:30 p.m.
NORTHWOOD METHODIST CHURCH-Corner Spruce
avenue and Fortieth street. Minister, Rev. George N.
Glazier. Preaching services, 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m.;
Sunday school, 10 a.m.
SARAH WAGG MEMORIAL METHODIST CHURCH-
Garden avenue (old Palm boulevard) and Kaye street,
in the Gardens. Minister, Rev. C. K. Vliet; minister
emeritus, Rev. Alfred Wagg, D.D. Preaching services,
11 a.m. and 7:30'p.m.; Sunday school, 9:45 a.m.
PRESBYTERIAN
FIRST PRFSBYTERIAN CHURCH (Northern)-425
Iris street, west of Dixie Highway. Minister, Rev.
Joseph Taylor Britan. Preaching services, 11 a.m. and
7:30 p.m.; Sunday school, 9:45 a.m.; Christian En-
deavor, 6:30 p.m.
MEMORIAL PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH (South)
Olive avenue and Belvidere road and Pershing way.
Minister, Rev. Frank W. Duggan, 306 Pershing way.
Preaching services, 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m.; Sunday
school, 9:45 a.m.; Christian Endeavor, 6:30 p.m.
SEVENTH DAY ADVENTISTS
Corner Hibiscus and Sapodilla avenues. Preaching
services Saturday, 9:45 a.m. and Sunday, 7:30 p.m.;
Y.P.M.V. Society, 3 p.m.; special study, Wednesday,
7:30 p.m.
UNDENOMINATIONAL
POINCIANA CHAPEL-Palm Beach. Minister, Rev.
George M. Ward, D.D. Preaching services, 11 a.m.;
Sunday school, 9:45 a.m.
ST. STEPHENS-Military trail, north of Okeechobee
road. Minister, Rev. Edward T. Hodges. Preaching ser-
vices, 10:45 a.m. and 7 p.m.; Sunday school 9:30 a.m.
SALVATION ARMY-Banyan street, west of Dixie
Highway. Preaching services, 11 a.m. and 8 p.m.
Sunday school, 9:30 a.m.; Young Peoples Legion, 6:30
p.m.; City Park meeting, 7 p.m.
INTERNATIONAL BIBLE STUDENTS' ASSOCIATION
--1701 Georgia avenue. Meets every Sunday, Wednes-
day and Friday at 7:30 p.m.
SOUTH PALM BEACH SUNDAY SCHOOL-South
Palm Beach, school house. Classes for men, women, in-
termediates, juniors and primary, Sundays, 3 p.m.
COMMUNITY CHURCH--Y 1--- r en the Dixie
Highway, west of railroad, i. I I Joseph Cal-
houn, D.D. Preaching services, 11 a.m., Sunday school,
9:45 a.m.; Young People's meeting, 7:30 p.m.
The churches of Palm Beach and West Palm Beach
extend a most cordial welcome to citizens and visitors.
If you are in doubt as to location of church, inquire of
any minister or public official.


C. W. Carroll H. L. Donald
President Treasurer


George W. Coleman F. A. Bollinger
Vice-President Secretary
Meeting Place-2nd Floor, El Verano Hotel
Wednesday 12 Noon


J. A. Gregoor *R C. H. Mitchell
President Sec'y-Treas.



Sidney Catts, Jr.
Vice-President
Meeting Place-Winter Garden
Thursday 12:15


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CONFIDENCE!


/C^r This intangible asset-the confidence of the
Investing public we count as our most valued
possession. The fact that we have cherished this
above all else has placed us in an enviable posi-
tion, that of being considered as Authorities on
such properties as we deal in. Our rapidly
growing clientele is ev i d ence of this fact.

Whether you are now, a prospect for the
purchase of Florida properties or merely an
interested inquirer, we solicit your correspondence.

We Have
K Desirable Exclusive Listings
",| of City Business Property, Apartment Sites.
Residences, Ocean Fronicgs.. Acreage and
I Properties East of the Dixie Highway



Phone Write or Wire

A J. YOUNG & COMPANY
506 CITIZENS BANK BUILDING
WEST PALM BEACH FLORIDA
SPHONF 2 I A I

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RANK CRISSANTS
MASTERPIECE


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The Symbol of

Investment Security


CROISSANTANIA

When G. Frank Croissant, master builder of modern cities,
conceived Croissantania, he conceived more than a subdivision,
more than a great city;-he conceived a masterpiece.-His
masterpiece, into which he is throwing his resources, his
creative genius and unlimited capital to the end that a new
criterion of fine city value be established for all time. And
what is more natural than to find Boca Raton selected as the
site of this monument to the magnificence and refinements of
living offered only by the incomparable state of Florida?
There is much of Croissantania which may not be adequately
conveyed by the written word. We suggest that our salesmen
are entirely at your service. Do not feel that this service obli-
gates you in any way.

HARRY M. PHELPS
General Manager

West Palm Beach
Southwest Corn.r Clematis and
Poinsettia Sts.

Lake Worth
Lake Worth Avenue and Dixie
5 Reanno Bldg.
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8% First mortqaqe Bonds

We offer guaranteed 8% first mort-
gage bonds covering office buildings,
hotels and apartment houses in Palm
Beach and West Palm Beach. Interest
is payable every six months. Full
information and descriptive literature
on request. Call or write-


McGlNLEY REALTY


CO.


HARRY P. McGINLEY, PRESIDENT
"22 Years in Business Without a Loss to a Client"


Realty Building


Phone 1987


Opposite City Hall


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age Twenty-one











MUNICIPAL BAND PROGRAM



EVERETT ALLYN MOSES, M.B.
Conductor
Thursday, March 4-Matinee, 3 p.m.: Night, 7:30
PART I
1. OVERTURE -Smuggler's Bride Bohm
2. 'SPANISH WALTZ--"Espanita" Rosey
3. TROMBONE SOLO-Fancy Free Smith
JAMES E. MILLER
4. Con Amoure Beaumont
5. Ernani, Scene and Aria Verdi
PART II
6. SUITE-On Streets of Bagdad 1 rinkaus
(a) Swinging Lanterns, scene
(b) In the Courtyard of Swaying Palms
(c) Oriental Patrol, Before the Caliph's Palace
7. VOCAL SOLO-When the Sun Goes Down Penn
NELL BUNNELL ROSER
8. Star Spangled Banner Key
"Music of the spheres is divine."- Wagstaff















SDUNHILL'S


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Now SELLING


Page Twenty-three


MARIMONT

On the tip-top of the high ridge just west of Parker Avenue, in West
Palm Beach. Where the Seaboard Air Line Railway will build its
South Palm Beach Station.

THE LAGOMAR CO., OWNERS
CAPT. J. J. O'BRIEN, President
Exclusively Represented by

The Alfred HL. Wagg Organization, Inc.

The Oldest and Largest Agency in the United States Devoted Exclusively
to the Sale of Real Estate in Subdivision
Alfred H. Wagg, Director J. 0. Wilmot, Sales Mgr. Eugene Kifer, Asst. Sales Mgr.
Executive Offices: 221 Datura St. Sales Office: 207 S. Olive Ave.


Pearson's Prescription Pharmacy
Corner Olive and Datura Sts.
New Guaranty Building

Phone 453

Our Fountain Service Is the Best


Agency: Nunnally's, Hollingsworth's, Page8Shaw's, Mavis and Whitman's Candies


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S Florida East Coast Railway
City Ticket Office 309 Datura Street. Phone 2580-81
Southbound DEPARTURES FROM WEST PALM BEACH Northbound
12:40 A. M.--- _____- THE HAVANA SPECIAL-(75 and 76) ___________ 3:40 A. M.
*All Pullman Sleepers-New York-Key West, New York-West Palm Beach, New York-Miami,
Washington-Miami, Jacksonville Key West, Jacksonville-Miami, West Palm Beach-New York sleeper
placed. Local Sleeper West Palm Beach to Key West.
1:05 A. M. ----- __.___WEST INDIAN LIMITED-(85 and 86) __________ 4:10 A. M.
*Coaches, Parlor Car and Sleeper-Washington-Miami, Jacksonville-Miami
10:55 A. M.__ ___________KEY WEST EXPRESS-(37 and 38) _____________ 5:55 P. M.
Coaches, Parlor Car and Sleeper-Jacksonville to Miami
6:45 A. M.__________ _PONCE DE LEON-(41 and 42) ___ --_______ 10:40 P. M.
*All Pullman--Cincinnati-Miami. Chicago-Miami, Cleveland-Miami, Detroit-Miami,
Chattanooga-Miami, Jacksonville-Miami.
7:55 A. M. -__ __________ THE FLORIDIAN-(39 and 40) _____ _--9:30 P. M.
*All Pullman and Sleepers-Chicago-Miami, Chicago-Palm Beach. St. Louis-Miami, Kansas City-Miami,
New-York-Miami, Washington-Miami.
8:15 A. M. ____ ___THE ROYAL POINCIANA-(35 and 36)______ ___9:10 P. M.
"Coaches and Sleepers-Chicago-Miami. Chicago-Palm Beach, from "Dixie Limited." Detroit-Miami and
Cincinnati-Miami from "Flamingo"; Jacksonville-Miami.
7:10 A. M. ________ ___THE FLORIDA SPECIAL-(87 and 88) ___________1:50 A. M.
*All Pullman--New York-Miami, Washingto:-Miami, New York-Palm Beach.
Sleepers available at Palm Beach 9 p.m.
8:45 A. M. ______THE FLORIDA EAST COAST LIMITED-(71 and 72) ______9:50 P. M.
*All Pullman-New York-Miami. Washiigton-Miami, New York-Palm Beach.
6:15 P. M.-___________-__ THE DIXIE PALM-(33 and 94) ___________- 10:40 A. M.
*All Pullman Sleepers-Chicago-Miami, St. Louis-Miami, Atlanta-Miami, Grand Rapids-Miami,
Toledo-Miami, Detv,'t-Miami, Cleveland-Miami, Chattanooga-Miami and Buffalo-Miami.
6:50 P. M. ___________EVERGLADES LIMITED-(81 and 84) ____ 9:15 A. M.
*Coaches and Sleepers-Boston-Miami, New York-Miami, Springfield-Miami. Jacksonville-Miami.
9:45 P. M. -- --____ BISCAYNE LOCAL-(29 and 30) _______________ 7:50 A. M.
Coaches and Parlor Car with Luncheon Buffet Service. *Dining Car Service.









The Services of the


PALM BEACH COUNTY MERCHANTS'


ASSOCIATION

are at the disposal of visitors to the Palm Beaches


Phone 1168-2115


PALM BEACH COUNTY MERCHANTS' ASSOCIATION

Suite 206 Danara Arcade


West Palm Beach, Fla.


Page Twenty-four







THE COMPLETE SHOPPING CENTRE FOR WOMEN


HATCH'S


A Modern New
Department Store for


Exclusive Models in Apparel for
Women and Misses


A Complete Department
Infants and Children


Exclusive Models in Cousin's Shoes and Imported Footwear for Women
Silks-Imported and Domestic Cottons-Accessories-Notions


Page Twenty-five


Women


THIS program is printed weekly on the
presses of the Realty Publishing Company.

SUCH workmanship is at your command on
these same presses if you will avail yourself
of it by letting your needs be known.

ALL 2582 or 2583 and ask for commercial
printing department.























SURETY BONDS AUTOMOBILE
FIRE BURGLARY
INSURANCE
ALL KINDS

"A Protection for Every Risk"

CARR-DAVIS INSURANCE CO.
Phone 524 West Palm Beach Datura Arcade




KELVINATOR FAIRBANKS, MORSE CO.
BOHN 8 JEWETT PRODUCTS
REFRIGERATORS

CARR BROS., INC.

REFRIGERATION POWER WATER


Telephone 1499 312 So. Poinsettia




Electric Blueprinting Subdivision Planning
Maps and Surveys Estimates and Reports

CARR V McFADDEN, INC.
CIVIL ENGINEERS

PHOTOSTATS
Telephones 65-1335 Suites 410-412 Guar. Bldg.


Page Twenty-six








WOMEN'S. CHILDREN'S b INFANTS'
WEAR

DRY GOODS


SHOES / JEWELRY
of I of
QUALITY BEAUTY
Dep't Store

306 CLEMATIS AVE.
In
WEST PALM BEACH, FLA.

LARGEST SELECTION AT LOWEST PRICES





Q GOLDEN GATEa

-. ... -


Golden Gate. ouerlooking the St Lucie' Inletr--t l.h larget natural inlet o.n th'EaUt
Coat of Florida. L-ocated lIr a laruc commercial at\.
Q.OLDEN GATE DE\'ELOPA.ENT COMPANY i
102 North Poinsettia Ave Phone 1652

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BEAUX ARTS, Palm Beach KETTLER, West Palm t ,.r


Sunday and Monday, Colleen Moore in Sunday, Ann Pennington in I I. J
"Irene"; Tuesday and Wednesday, Tom Dancer"; Monday, Tuesday ..
Moore in "The Song and Dance Man"; day, "No, No, Nannette"; i
Thursday, Blanche Sweet in "The Far Friday, Keith Vaudeville; Sal.j, I t.
Cry"; Friday and Saturday, Sally O'Neal announced.
in "Mike."



GARDEN, Palm Be. F
STANLEY, West Palm Beach


Sunday and Monday, Anna Q. Nillson in Sunday and Monday, Anna Q ;.. ..
in "The Merry Widow"; Wednesday and "Too Much Money"; T.. i., ,,J
Thursday, Raymond Griffith in "Hands Wednesday, "The Love Toy i e.i :,,
Up"; Friday and Saturday, Rudolph "Made for Love"; Friday ar.l -"[rrdc
Valentino in "The Eagle." William S. Hart in "Tumb,. j






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Del Raton Park



Under the Hand of a Qenius Is Qrowinq Into the Show Place
On the Qold Coast of Florida



V e n e t i a n Canals-Beautiful
Boulevards Magnificent Apart-
ments-Fascinating Spanish Homes
-All will help to make Del Raton
S Park a beauty spot on the Gulf (
Stream Coast.
j Del Raton Park is in the city limits of
S Delray and Boca Raton. It is bounded on
the west by the Dixie and on the east by
the East Coast Canal, less than a city
block from the ocean.





WD. Q. mATHES PROJECT


Phones 1802-3-4


West Palm Beach


Clematis at Olive


N. B A trip to Del Raton Park will delight. A phone call and a
private limousine and chauffeur is at your disposal.


Page Twenty-nine










It \\'ill Pau "You to Bectmen7?
Acquainted \\'ith -


LAKEVIEW SHORES
On Lak. Ram:3,


New $50,000
Club House


Finest 18-Hole
Golf Course
In Florida


60-Foot Hard
Surfaced
Boulevard


MlI improvementss
Guaranteed


Every Lot Has Lake Frontage

REALTY DEVELOPMENT CORP.
OWNERS AND DEVELOPERS


W. M. OWEN, President.
H. G. PRICE, Secretary-Treasurer.


Rooms 11-12-13-16-17.
Post Office Building


This Section of Florida

-the Palm Beaches-is the field in which we specialize. We
cordially invite visitors to call on us for any service which we can
render to make their stay a pleasurable one and. of course, our many
depositors know this bank's complete facilities are always at their
command.


Checking Accounts
Travelers Cheques


4% Savings .....urI
Safe Deposit B.:.%s


Trust Service Investments


COMMERCIAL BANK 1 TRUST CO.
Of West Palm Beach

114 South Olive Street


T. M. COOK, President.
A. E. PEARSON, Vice-President.
D. H. CONKLING, Vice-President


D. O. McDOLCA.LD Cashi.r
E. J. ANDERSON. Asti. Cashier
J. A. GREGOOR Trust Otifer


Page Thirty










MUNICIPAL BAND PROGRAM


E'.EF ETT Al l.'N M, '_F. NI B
Counri.ctor
Fi, f ,1 h 5 l r,.... '. p n, N h [ 'i
P1 iNRT


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A. -....:._-n ,l'. r,'.,i r.




Iri'N I i T Tl

L DIL I L. Li f
S[ Span;::.,J nnr Kt
I. [b ', I I 'r I r r- r


- )i, T ,,r,


Phone 580-R


ROYAL PALM FURNITURE CO.

\\E SELL FOR LESS

Furniture and Household Goods

BLANKETS. SHEETS 8 DRAPERIES

534 Clematis Ave West Palm Beach Fla
Niar Rosmrar\











Visitors' Guide

and


Municipal Band Program

Season 1925-26

WEEK OF FEBRUARY 21ST
"The Greater Palm Beaches"


PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY THE PALM BEACH COUNTY MERCHANTS ASSOCIATION
WE3T PALM BEACH. FLORIDA


Executive Offices at West Palm Beach
Mailing Address. P 0. Box 3028, West Palm Beach
THE STAFF

CHARLES WILLIAM SHEARMIAN, Editor

CO-OPERATING


JOHN TEMPLE GRAVES II.
OFFICERS
E. D. ANTHONY
VINCENT OAKSMITH
W L HALSEY
CHARLES WV SHEARMAN

DIRECTORS


LELAND HATCH
H. L D.ONALD
HO'T C LIlIiSTEF'
J T L'iTAL
T. NM COO.;
J C MlCCFEAR


G H. DENNISON


Man


R L EARNEST
C R BENNETT
I EDWIN BAKER
E J BOOTH
J E KE
JJO


This booklet is presinied to you through [th courtesy of the Palm Beach Countv
Merchants' Association and i ith the co--per.tiorn .of thi advertisers who have made
this program possible it is hopid thar in the pages ,ou will hind information s which
will rend to make your visit here a litle pleasanter. little cajiir and also has as its
object the presentment of certain advertisers. who in the opinion ot this organiza-
tion are good firms with whom to do sour business
Through the c.iurtcsi ot the Greater Pilm Ecach Ch3mbcr of Commercr you may
secure without charge m3ilin; envelopes vwith v-hich to mil this booklet every week
[t 3 friend at home PI..ae call it the offices t. [tl Chbr-,br ot Commerce is iwe
,3nt ,ur trends to .kn,:'a. 3b,-.u ht th a, ,>:. i in


F,w, Tr-..i. F,


President
\ '. -Pr, silent
Trea.urer
acing Director






EGERREIS
IN O'ROLKE













-FORIDA-LORE-

S6 G H. DENNISON

i !J ,ri j ~. rushingng mountainous and death-dealing
j,, hirlh:d hb..m';:lv\ on a frail little barkentine far
.-ut ..n ei *. ; rt r, i:. til Atlantic.
O)n ih!l. 'ir', r.:-.k, that bound the treacherous shoals
.:.4 in .....!td il.ind th, King of the Seas, Old Neptune,
,rt an.d uri; .'j h: t.:.rm-tossed sea with fiendish glee.
Hii ci hi' .iitr--[r were angry, very angry.
Th.:, ishll Ijrn quoth he, "that I am mighty.
Th, rt .; n ,-, i r.i rn !i.'rr m y anger."
And tbi ', ji.'.. .:illkd higher and struck harder and the
liktt bLrl.inriir r r.II.d . -wly on its side, and sank.
-\l.r N..ptun irr Jllid, until he came to land. As he
kok.d hi m..r-cilld H, was not at sea at all, but was
'. thln sl', b.:.,nod' ,: a mainland. Before him stretched
.1 ,' in-r'..ih, dJ btin .\ yacht basin with a mixed fleet
.:t rim I il!. i i ii.,r: h.'avy pleasure yachts and speedy

Th.. ir: ;'tr, muirinared Neptune. "It must not be."
iTh:r.:p,.an h ..rdr[d his sea to anger. And the sea
Lb::n rt:. Aik, ii. ran.; breast and hurl mountainous
.. js "! tWI1-L ba.,ri Th. waters of the basin felt the tur-
nm.:,! Il n.d i .:' l.: .. i its bobbed like corks upon its

Bru Neprun, hIJ ri..loned without man. The yachts
Sin hi hi; Ir. ,it r ,. pr,.t ,ced. The islands of Florida have
biin di; .-.pnl d ,n[,i i b '.-guards for the flotilla of pleas-
Suri icl'r .rnd Nt pMi rne was sore pressed. He slipped
back int.:. rh, a..: rn m.da' cation, then gave up his quest.


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Conductor
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P RT [
I'\PH- G(Ajlnd Entre'
O-RTi- -i-Fri Dio,..,
TONF P..-E .1- Attr Sun,.[
Pi,-_.-,-, S,-.L:- Thl C(:,.m r
F i F.

F%;crpt; tr.:m Opccr L TJ ..,-
PART II
S,:n,s fror m Th.. (C.: l-l:. S ldi..r
Ci r Cr. I' jnr ini
Ii L_ n1 h V ,
S",, 'L,, L' -- [ ir l, pr.:,.. n ( .-,rr'i.'
NELl. BiN. 'i 1 R.,. [-F
Sar pjn-: ,jd Bjnn,.r
Sr r i..


1\.,)r

Prur, r
L,r r




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Fir i'.,:,ren Oldtild

SPENCER TIRE CO.. INC

"Tire Headqucarrer'"

EXPERT \VUL.CANi. [i'C

312-316 Banyan (New 1st St.) Telephone 900





DRUGS

MICCREARY DRUG CO.
Corner Clem.tis ard Poinsettia
Phone 70-7"-313
\W appriciati ,cur bumin :i Dilirii ;.i'n prompt attr nation

SODA CIGARS DRLUGJ CANDIES KODAKS

'Th Si.:.r, Wh,-, YVc.:.u Can Car \h 't .a 1 'n. \\ n ':ant t \i' Wanl It


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MUNICIPAL BAND PROGRAM



EVERETT ALLYN NlMSEr MN B.











GREYNOLdS HIGHLAND


IDS
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I'm going to Lantana to
woo Lantana Lou, and
We'll build a love-nest of
happiness for two.

I'll drive down the Dixie
doing fifty or sixty,
On to Greynolds High-
lands, and Lantana Lou.

So come to Lantana where
fortune waits for you
Right in Greynolds High-
lands, you should buy a
lot or two.

There's lakes, palms, and
pine trees, and a nice
gentle sea breeze.
Opportunity is there for
you and me.


QRE1]nOLDS & CLARK
216-218 Clematis Street
SALES AGENTS
GREYNOLDS HIGHLANDS


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N orDAlimore

Our holdings comprised in Northmore are now greater than
the original Northwood. One-half mile wide and one mile long on
the ridge area, the elevation and undulating terrain of Northmore
provides the setting for one of the finest residential areas in our city.
We plan in Northmore to excel and surpass anything we have done
hitherto in the way of development. We feel that the location and
nature of the land comprising Northmore warrants this expenditure.

NORTHWOOD INVESTMENT CO.
GEO. FRYHOFER, GENERAL SALES MANAGER
FREDERICK MN MORRISON
A-iiSTANT SALES MANAGER
NORTHWOOD ARCADE
PHONES 564 AND 143c
WEST PALM BEACH. FLORIDA





One Economy

We Do not Practice

This bank believes in principles of economy
in its own interest and that of depositors.
But there is one commodity in which we
find it pavs to be extravagant. It is Courtesy.
We spend it freely. continuously-because the
supply is inexhaustible.

Resources over Thirteen Million


First-American Bank 8 Trust Co.
WEST PALM BEACH. FLORIDA


Pjae Th,,r..





LivZ2..


..: MagtC arpet
A14Ij fG ..ini to the blue t '42Southern Seas, the' Magic
wi ;of Florida unfolds tt. rmn.pant pattern.of crystal-
t it e. cross-threadcd wizh;sp ruling waterways.
-."..xwivth nodding crests and spreading fronds, border the


i rprn and twinkling stars lengthen the shadows
:the lors.a .asymLri y.of serenity.
iOi d ar~h ir'ieomparable union on this
s o..A,6rld.res. .yeaith and fashion is taking form.
$MNM IlZNE 'ii building the Dream City of the

fTVoUMAY HAVE THIS
CRATON fom
Aaln&&m&dfar do@&ou
fdEoule- will then arise on the ocean front
rd -. iwtd, destied to become the Social ...
rtim- Capital of the South.
Solf Courses (W, Syar-'raund play
-Privat e Wa trwas
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his anll-year
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