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February 20, 1911



Information and Amusement

(Tjidewoy


Jacksonville


Hotels
Where to Dine
Points of Interest
Trains


and Florida


i .. Theatres
Where to Shop'
The Week's Events
i Sports


maa niotel ana dnopping


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LEADING HOTELS.
E-EUROPEAN PLAN. ALL OTHERS AMERICAN PLAN.


JACKSONVILLE.
Albert ... ... ..... .. . ... E
Aragon . . ...... ........... E
Arrington ....... See Page 32 E
California............ See Page 32 E
The Colonial .. .... See Page 14 E
Duval ......................
El Vadada............See Page 5
Everett ....................... . E
New St. James ............... . .. E
New Lenox..........See Page 2
Palace .............See Page 12 E
Park . ........................ E
Royal Palms ..................
St. Albans .............. ..
Seminole ................. .... . E
The Shelbourne .... See Page 13
Waverly ............ See Page 19 E
The Wilson ... ....See Page 5 E
W indle ......................... E
W indsor ......................
ST. AUGUSTINE.
Alcazar ......................
Atlantic House ...............
Barcelona .... ............
Buckingham . ........... See Page 4
Chautauqua ........ See Page 19
Clairmont ....................
Dunham ......................
Florida .................See Page 4
Granada .................. ... .
Kenwood .......... See Page 19
Keystone .... ........... .. .
Magnolia ..... ....See Page 18
Marion ........... .See Page 18
Monson House ...............
Ocean View ...................
Ponce de Leon . . . . . . . .. ....
St. George .............. See Page 5
Spear Mansion .................
Valencia PARK.
ORANGE PARK
Hotel Marion.............See Page 9
ORMOND.
Bretton Inn ......... ... ...
DAYTONA.
Despland......................
Ivy Lane Inn ..................
The Austin...e.. .. ... .....
The Gables ..................
The Hamilton ......See Page 20
The Howard ........ See Page 20
The Oaks .......... See Page 20
The Palmetto .................
The Pines ...................
The Prince George..............
The Ridgewood ................
Saratoga Inn ...... See Page 21
The Seminole .................
DAYTONA BEACH.
Seaside Inn ................. .
Daytona Beach Hotel ..........
SEABREEZE.
The Clarendon ........... ...
Princess Issena ..... See Page 20
NEW SMYRNA.
Alba Court Hotel ..............
Ocean View ...................
OOOOA.
Cocoa House ........ See Page 10
ROCKLEDGE.
Hotel Indian River .............


The Plaza ........... ..........
New Rockledge Hotel...........
PALM BEACH.
Hotel Palm Beach .............
Hotel Hibiscus................
Royal Poinciana .............
Hotel Breakers ................
WEST PALM BEACH.
Briggs Cottage .....See Page 27
The Earman.........See Page 26
The Gables -.........See Page 27
The Holland.............
The Jefferson........ See Page27
The Keystone.................
The Palms .........See Page 26
Seminole ............See Page 27 E
MIAMI.
Biscayne ...................... E
Boyd Cottage ...... See Page 29
Dallas Lodge ................... E
Ft. Dallas Hotel .....See Page 28
Green Tree Inn.......
Gralynn ............ See Page 28
Halcyon ............See Page 28
Hotel Royal Palm ...........
San Carlos . . . . . . . . . . . ......
TAMPA.
DeSoto .......................
Hillsboro ...................... B
Tampa Bay .................
ST. PETERSBURG.
Hollenbeck ....................
Huntington ...........See Page 4
Manhattan ......... . . . . . . . . .
BRADENTOWN.
Manavista Hotel ......... .....
FORT MYERS.
The Royal Palm...............
PELLEAIR.
The Bellview ............. . . ...
FLORENCE VILLA.
Florence Villa Hotel ............
EUSTIS.
The New Ocklawaha ............
The Grand View ..... ....
LEESBURG.
Lake View Hotel ..............
OCALA.
Ocala House . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . .
New Montezuma ...............
GAINESVILLE.
Brown House .. ... .........
White House ...............
KISSIMMEE.
The Graystone .................
ORLANDO.
St. Charles ....................
San Juan .....................
The Pines ....................
The Wyoming . . . . .
SANFORD.
New Sanford House .............
PALATKA.
The Arlington. . . . . . . . . . . ......
DE LAND.
College Arms .... ................
Putnam Inn ...
GREEN COVE SPRINGS.
Quisisana Spa and Hotel.......
............ See Page 14










Weekly Information

and Amusement Guide ,
of Jacksonville
and Florida
VOL. 2 JACKSONVILLE, FLA., FEB. 20, 1911 No. 16
A weekly publication containing the current events of the week, in-
cluding theatrical program, shopping, hotel and other news, and a complete
guide to the various places of interest, historical and otherwise, with location
of Railway and Steamship offices, clubs, libraries, churches, principal parks,
places of amusement, department stores, etc.
It is published every Monday. Copies may be obtained at leading
hotels and public places of Jacksonville. -Ai e leading hotels, etc. of Florida.
Address all communications to The Weekly Information and Amuse-
ment Guide of Jacksonville and Florida,.
205 Hogan Street, Jacksonville, Fla.
Telephone 2393
H. B. BONFIELD , W. J. WILLIAMS
Publisher and Gen'l Manager 'Circulafion Manager
New York Representative, A. ROSENGARTEN, 229 Bainbridge St., Brooklyn, N. Y.

INDEX OF CONTENTS
Where to Shop - - 6 Theatres - . - 2-33
Where to Dine - 33 Weeks Events of Jacksonville 3-4
Shopping News - - - - - 15 Florida River Trip - - - - 30-31-82
Places of Interest in Jacksonville - 11-12-13 Hotel News - - - 21-25
Places of Interest in Florida - 18 to 29 Libraries - - - 14
Parks - - - - - 14 Clubs - . . . . 14
Fares and Mileage to Points in Florida - 9 R. R. and Steamship Offices - 31
Fares and Mileage to Northern Point - 10 Arrivals and Departured of Trains - 7-8

BAGWELL & GAMBLE
JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
STOCKS and BONDS
Municipal railroad and Industrial Bonds
a Specialty.
TELEPHONE 3252


















DUVAL THEATRE:
Monday mantinee and night, "The Squaw Man."
Tuesday night, "Bispham, America's Greatest Man Singer."
Wednesday matinee and night, "The Blue Mouse."
Friday night, "Lillian Russell."
Saturday matinee and night, "Madame Sherry."
BIJOU THEATRE-"The Mascot."
MAJESTIC THEATRE-Refined Vaudeville.
ORPHEUM THEATRE-Motion Pictures
LYRIC THEATRE-Motion Pictures.
GRAND THEATRE-Motion Pictures.
PASTIME THEATRE-Motion Pictures.


Little Miss Columbia, the only Es-
kimo ever born in the United States,
is at Dixieland Park Theatre. She,
with her father, mother, brothers and
sisters from the far-away Northland
will receive visitors every night at
eight o'clock .on the theatre stage
where Doctor Jarvis will give his il-
lustrated lecture on The Land of the
Midnight Sun and show his interest-
ing trophies of the Arctics. In con-
nection with this pleasing and instruc-
tive exhibition Foster's latest and best
motion pictures will be shown. The
admission price for the entire show is
ten cents.
Manager Frazier of the Florida
Ostrich Farm is caring for the amuse-
ment of hundreds of visitors every


day. The manner of rearing the
ostriches and plucking from them the
costly ostrich plumes for milady's
hats is explained by the attaches of
the amusement park, and at every
performance, morning and afternoon,
the riding and driving of the birds
is a big feature.
At both performances, at 11 a. m.
and 3 p. m., Thomas Quincy, the great
heavyweight diver, gives his exhibi-
tion of daring skill that always
pleases. The vaudeville bill is chang-
ed weekly.
At the afternoon performance, as a
fitting close of the day, Prof. Gowdy
makes his great balloon ascension
and parachute drop. The Zoo also
attracts many.


American Plan NEW LENOX Reasonable Rates
Phone 38 A SELECT FAMILY HOTEL W. H. Teahen, Prop.
Conveniently Located, Cor. Newnan and Adams Sts., Jacksonville, Fla.


When Dissatisfied Phone


Eagle Laundry

Will Please You


Newest and Most Up-to-Date Plant in
the South.


307


618 W. forsyth

Street
Jacksonville, Florida



















MONDAY, FEBRUARY 20th.
There will be a special meeting of the Florida Confederate Memorial
Association in. room 405, Masonic Temple, February 20, and the attendance
of every member is most urgently desired.
The Philathea Class of the Grace Baptist Chuch will hold its regular
business meeting Monday afternoon at 7:30.
The Choral Society will hold a meeting at Eagles' Hall at 8:00 o'clock
to-night.
Where to Shop-See page 6.
Where to Dine-See page 33.
TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 21st.
The postoffice clerks will give a dance in honor of Washington's birthday
this evening, at the Woodman Hall, Main and Orange Sts. Dancing will
begin at 8:30 p. m. and music will be furnished by Prof. Gillispie's orchestra.
Tickets 50 cents.
To-night the ladies of All Saints' Guild will give a tackey party at the
Guild Hall, 7:30 until 10:00 o'clock. There will be prizes for the tackiest
costume. Excellent music will be furnished, and delicious refreshments will
be served. Home-made candies will be on sale during the evening, and a good
time is promised to all.
The Bispham Concert which is among the most brilliant musical events
of the season takes place to-night. The proceeds of the concert go to a
fund for having music taught in the pubic schools of Jacksonville. The fund
is being raised by the Ladies' Friday Musicale. The tickets may be obtained
from members of those two organizations; and at the Woman's Club and at
the Bolinger music store,' 214 Main Street.
The Art Class will hold its regular meeting at the Woman's Club this
afternoon at 3:30 o'clock.
Quarterly entertainment of the "Hot-Iron Club" will be held at the
Board of Trade Auditorium in celebration of Washington's birthday.
Where to Shop-See page 6.
Where to Dine-See page 33.
LOVE YOUR WIFE. Take her a 35 cent bottle of the pure extract of the
Orange Blossom and remind her when she was a bride.


SS Double Disc and Indestructible Cylin.
der. Play on any Talking Machine.
Colm b gecor A New List Each Month.
ELY and SILVERNAIL, 18 Wea Bay Street, Phone 819



PHONE We CLEAN and DYE Everything
Thoroughly and Properly.
121 Most Modern and Best Equipped Plant in the South
BREAZEALE & SMITH 522-4 W. Forsyth St.










THE FLORIDA HOUSE
ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA.
More rooms with Southern exposure than any other hotel in the City. Steam heat.
Elevator. Private baths. RATES: $2.50 and up. J. O'CONNOR, Prop.


HOTEL BUCKINGHAM
ST. AUGUSTINE
Superb location, beautiful grounds, facing Alcazar and its tropical gardens. Homelike and
comfortable. All modern conveniences. Rates moderate,
A. E. Must, L. L. Wachenhusen, Mgrs.

WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 22nd.
The ladies of the Aid Society of the Snyder Memorial church are distribut-
ing cards which read as follows:
First excursion of the season to Mandarin and return via. steamer May
Garner on Washington's birthday, February 22.
The young ladies of St. Agnes' Guild of St. Andrews Church hold their
Colonial reception to-night. The young ladies promise good music, delicious
refreshments, and an entertainment, which will meet the requirements of the
most fastidious, and hope to entertain all of heir friends.
The Travel Class will hold its regular meeting at the Woman's Club this
afternoon'at 3:30 o'clock.
Where to Shop-See page 6.
Where to Dine-See page 33.
THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 23rd.
The Literature Class will hold its regular meeting this afternoon, at the
Woman's Club at 3:30 o'clock.
Where tQ Shop-See page 6.
Where to Dine-See page 33.
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 24th.
A meeting of the Ladies' Friday Musicale will be held this afternoon at
the Woman's Club at 3:00 o'clock
The Martha Reid Chapter will hold its regular meeting at 3:00 oclock
this afternoon.
Where to Shop-See page 6.
,Where to Dine-See page 33.
Visitors to Jacksonville should see the driving of the ostriches in har-
ness and the riding of the ostriches bareback at the Florida Ostrich Farm.
There are two performances daily at 11 a. m. and 3 p. m. Take Fairfield
Cars.
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 25,th.
Visitors to Jacksonville should see the driving of the ostriches in har-
A meeting of the Executive Board of the Woman's Club will be held this
morning at 10:00 o'cloc.
LOOK PLEASANT. Get the pure Orange Blossom Perfume at Imeson's
Curio Store, 226 Hogan Street.



HOTEL HUNTINCTON
ST. PETERSBURC, FLA.
A most Pleasant and attractive Hotel with every modern Convenience. Rooms exception-
ally well furnished and comfortable. Excellent Table. Experienced White Help.
C. S. HUNT, Proprietor.









Florida East Coast Railway

Np. 37 |No. 87*|No. 39*No. 33*| | No. 34*|No. 98*|No. 88* No. 38
Daily I Daily Daily Daily ISTATIONS| Daily I Daily I Daily I Daily
8 30p 2 15p 12 15p 9 00a Lv ___ Jacksonville - An 7 50p 3 15p 1 Op 8 50a
9 55p 3 25p 1 25p 10 10a Lv -- St. Augustine ...Lvj 6 50pi 2 15p 12 00m 7 35a
10 53p 4 11p 2 13p 10 58a Lv ---- East Palatka -- Lv 5 47p 1 20p 11 Ola 6 12a
11 20p 4 35p 3 35p 11 25a Lv ------- Palatka ------- Lv 4 40p 12 50p 10 30a 5 55a
12 22a 5 43p 3 55p 12 30p Lv ------- Ormond ------- Lv 3 55p 11 45a -9 44a 4 46a
12 36a 5 55p 4 08p 12 40p Lv ---... Daytona .....---- Lv 3 45p 11 32a 9 32a 4 33a
1 14a 6 35p 4 45p 1 15p Lv .-- New Smyrna ---- Lv 3 20p 11 00a 9 05a 4 00a
2 14a 7 28p 5 35p 2 06p Lv---- Titusville -.. Lv 2 20p 9 56a 7 58a 2 48a
2 50a ....-- _--__ 2 40p]Lv ------- Cocoa -------- Lv 1 51p -.......----- ------- 2 05a
2 55a 8 06p 6 10p 2 45p Lv .---- Rockledge .. Lv 1 47p 9 19a 7 20a 2 O0a
3 22a ------ ------- 3 10pLv ----- Eau Gallie ---- Lv 1 23p ------ ------- 1 24a
3 31a -------. --- .--- 3 16pv --...... Melbourne ..----.. Lv 1 16p .--.....---------- 1 12a
5 15a 10 15p 8 15p 4 50p Lv ----- Fort Pierce .... Lv 12 00m 7 10a 5 15a 11 20a
7 15a 12 15a 10 00p 6 35p Ar -- West Palm Beach -- Lv 10 l0a1 5 15a 3 15a 8 50p
7 30a -------10 15p 6 50p Lv .... Palm Beach ....- Ar 9 55a ---- ........------- 8 35p
9 22a --------- .----- -------.. Lv -- Fort Lauderdale -- Ar - . ----- ------- 6 50p
10 15a 2 30a 2 30a 9 00p Lv ------ Miami ------ Ar 7 45a1 Oa 1 OOa 6 OOa
10 45a *3 00a *3 00a --- Lv ....----- Miami ...-----... Ar .. 12 30a *12 30a 5 30p
12 00m ____ Ar ...---- Homeland .....- Lv ---- -- 2 00p
2 20p *6 12a *6 12 .-.. ....... Long Key ...... Lv .-----.. *9 5p *9 15p 2 00p
3 30p *7 00a *7 0a -- -. Ar . Knights Key .-- Lv -. . *8 30p *8 30p 12 50p
*8 30p ------------.. . P.&O.SS.ColAr -_ Key West -- LviP.&O.SS.Co .----- ...-- *8 00a
.---- *4 30p *4 30pIP.&O.SS.Co Ar - Havana --- LviP.&O.SS.Co. *11 00a *11 OOa ----
No. 203 No. 201[ No. 202
Daily Daily | ORANGE CITY BRANCH Daily
3 30p 9 a Lv------ -- New Smyrna ----------------Ar 1 50p
4 26p 11 aLv------------ Lake Helen ----------------- Lv 12 54p
4 39p 11'21a Lv --------------------__Orange 'City --------------------------- Lv 12 40p
4 45p 11 30aAr ------------------- Orange City Jet ------------------- Lvi 12 35p
No. 204 No. 2051 No. 206
Daily Daily I SANFORD BRANCH I Daily
7 25p[ 6 00aLv --------------------- Titusville ----- ------------- Ar 1 00p
5 40p 7 27aLv ---------------------- Celery City --------------------------- Lv 11 26a
5 03p 8 10aLv -------------------- Enterptise --------------- ------- Lv 10 44a
4 S5p[ 9 00aAr --- ------ -------------Sanford --------- --------- - Lv 10 00a
Connections made at Miami with P. tb 0. S. S. Co. for Nassau, Bahama Islands.
Connections made at Knights Key with P. &. 0. S. S. Co. for Key West, Fla. and Havana.

We Print This Book-That's Recommendation Enough for Anybody-
KENNEDY-BROWN-HALL CO.




HOTEL ST. GEORGE
ST. AUGUSTINE
Elevator, Steam Heat, Electric Lights
$2:50 per day and up M. B. MONTGOMERY, Prop.

E L V D A A "Select, modern, new apartments, single
EL VAD DiD or en suite, with or without private'baths;
I two blocks from car line, five from
524-526 Duval Street, East Windsor Hotel. Phone 1504


THE WILLSON EURE ENAN
Cor. Laura and Adams Sts., One Block East of P. 0. T. C. WILLSON, Prop.
Wide and long verandas. Pleasant and airy rooms.
Special rates by week. Transient or permanent guests.


PONCE DE LEON Orange Blossim Perfume is the pure extract of the
orange blossom, made in Jacksonville.









WHERE TO SHOP IN JACKSONVILLE


The following list contains the names of shops that are recommended by the pub .sher of "The
Week ly Information and Amusement Guide," as first class in every particular:


MILLINERY.
The Banbox ....................... 21 Laura St.

HAIR GOODS
Skinner's Hair Dressing Parlors .....Comer
Bay and Ocean Sts.
MEN'S FURNISHINGS.
The Hat Box .......................Seminole Hotel

RAINCOATS.
Goodyear R.aincoat Co........... Duval Holel

TALKING MACHINES AND SUPPLIES
Ely a Silvernall .................. 18 W. Bay St.
STOCKS AND BONDS.
Bagwell & Gamble...................48 W. Forsyth St.
REAL ESTATE DEALERS
Maxvl'le Farms Development Co....... 205
Hogan Street.
Albert Fendig & Co., ........ Buckman Building
Florida Land Syndicate 911 W. Bay St.
Kagay Realty Co. Mutual Life Bldg.

TYPEWRITERS AND SUPPLIES.
Smith Premier Typewriter Co.... 20 Mutual
Life Building.

CLEANERS AND DYERS.
Breazeale and Smith.......522 W. Forsyth St.

LAUNDRIES
Eagle Laundry...... .........618 West.Forsyth


OSTRICH FEATHERS. ETC.
Florida Ostrich Farm Salesroom......Sem
nole Hotel.
Florida Ostrich Farm Salesroom........ A
the Farm
FLORIDA CURIOS.
Thos. C. Imeson.................226 Hogan St.
PHOTO SUPPLIES.
Gibson'a Kodak Store........24 W. Forsyth St.

HOUSE FURNISHINGS.
Knight Crockery QSk Furniture Co.......22
W. Bay Street.
APOTHECARIES.
Seminole Pharmacy...........Seminole Hote
AUTOMOBILES AND GARAGE
Fred E. Gilbert Cor Laura & Church

AUTOMOBILE TIRES AND REPAIRS.
Joseph Walsh .............. .12 E. Adams St.
WINES AND LIQUORS.
R. M. Rose Co.....................927 West Bay

Hanne Bros ...........Cleveland and Adams Street
LITHIA ANI CARBONATED WATERS.
Jacksonville Pepsi-Cola Bottling Co.. .635
W. Bay Street
Han ne Bros ........... Cleveland and Adams Sts.
ANTIQUES.
Biggs Antique Co., ------228 W. Bay


KNIGHT CROCKERY & FURNITURE CO.


The Largest Store for the Sale of House Furnishings

in the City. Homes Completely Equipped.


22 TO 30 WEST BAY STREET; JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

TELEPHONE 58






ARRIVALS AND DEPARTURES OF TRAINS INTO
AND OUT CF JACKSONVILLE


LEAVES

INo. 88- 1:10 PM
*No. 82- 9:15 AM
*No. 80- 7:55 PM
*No. 86- 7:30 AM

*No. 94- 8:25 PM




*No. 32- 8:15 PM


*No. 92- 8:40 PM

*No. 32- 8:15 PM

*No. 22- 3:30 PM


Atlantic Coast Line Railway-South.
LEAVES Jacksonville District.
Orange Park, Magnolia Springs, Green Cove Springs Palatka,
*No. 89- 9.30 AM Seville, DeLeon Springs, DeLand Tunct.. Sanford, Altamonte
Springs, Maitland, Winter Park, Orlando, Kissimmee, Haines
*No. 83- 9:30 PM City, Bartow Junct., Lakeland, Plant City, Ybor City, Tampa,
S Local stations between Jacksonville and Port Tampa.
Magnolia Springs, Green Cove Springs, Palatka, Sille,De-
Land Junct., Orange City Junct., Sanford, Altamonte Springs,
*No. 85- 2:05 PM Winter Park, Orlando, Kissimmee, Bartow Junct., Lakeland,
Plant City, Ybor City, Tampa, Port Tampa.


*No. 89- 9:30 AM
*No. 85- 2:05 PM

*No. 89- 9:30 AM
*No. 83- 9:30 PM



*No. 39- 9:30 PM
*No. 37- 9:30 PM

lNo. 9- 3:50PM


DeLand.
Lakeland District.
Lakeland, Bartow, Fort Myers, Bowling Green, Zolfo Spgs.,
Arcadia, Punta k.,orda, Fort Myers, Local stations between Lake-
land and- Fort Myers.
Gainesville District
Baldwin, Lake Butler, Worthington Springs, Burnett's Lake,
Gainesville, Rochelle, Orange Lake, Ocala, Leesburg, Trilby,
Tarpon Springs, Clear Water, Bellair, St. Petersburg, Local
stations between Jacksonville and St. Petersburg.
Baldwin, Lake Butler, Worthington Springs, Burnett's Lake,
Newberry, and Wilcox and Local stations between Jacksonville
and Wilcox.
*Daily. IDaily. ex. Sunday. 2Daily, ex. Monday.


Atlantic Coast Line Railway-North.
Savannah District.
New York and Florida Special.
Jesup, Savannah, Augusta, Charleston, Wilmington, Rich-
mond, Washington, Baltimore, Philadelpha, New York, Boston
and points East.
Waycross District.
Waycross, Macon, Atlanta, Chattanooga, Louisville, Nash-
ville, Evansville, Cincinnati, St. Louis, Detroit, Cleveland, Kan-
sas City and points West via Tifton, G. S. ib F. Railway.
Waycross, Valdosta, Thomasville, Bainbridge, Montgomery,
Mobile, New Orleans, Birmingham, Memphis, Nashville, Louis-
ville, Cincinnati, St. Louis, Detroit, Cleveland, Chicago, Kansas
City and points West via Montgomery, L. lb N. R. R.
St. Louis, Chicago, Kansas City and points West via Mont-
gomery, M. & 0. R. R.
Illinois Central connection, via Albany, Columbus and Bir-
mingham, for all points West and Northwest, via St. Louis and
Chicago.
L. & N. connection, via Tifton, Macori and Atlanta, for Knox-
ville, Lexington, Louisville, Cincinnati and Chicago.
Savannah and local stations, via Waycross and Jesup.
Brunswick and Albany, via Waycross.
*Daily. IDaily. ex. Sunday. 2Daily, ex. Monday.


ARRIVES

No. 87- 2:00.PM2
No. 89- 7:15 AM*
No. 85- 1:50 PM*
No. 83- 8:00 PM*

No. 95- 7:50 AM*



No. 95- 7:50 AM*



No. 93- 7:05 AM*

No. 33- 8:45 AM*

No. 21- 8:40 PM*



ARRIVES

No. 82- 7:00 AM*
No. 84- 5:00 PM*


No. 80- 6:50 PM*

No. 80- 6:50 PM*
No. 84- 5:00 PM*

No. 82- 7:00 AM*
No. 80- 6:50 PM*



No. 40- 6:30 PM*
No. 38- 7:00 AM*

No. 10-10:55 AM1


ASK US QUESTIONS ABOUT FLORIDA.

Information free. We know the best locations in Florida
adapted for your particular purpose. Farms on easy monthly
payments. Colonization tracts.
Send for circulars on Beautiful Thompson's Terrace, the best
'subdivision in Jacksonville for either home or an investment.
Located two blocks from car line, two blocks from Seaboard
-Shops, on shell road, $10.00 down $1.00 a week, no interest and
no taxes buys a building site. Telephone 1462.

KAGAY REALTY CO., Mutual Life Bldg., Jacksonville, Fla.











*No.


*No.


LEAVES Georgia Southern & Florida Ry. Company.
Crawford, Baxter, Fargo, Valdosta, Tifton, Macon, Mont-
4- 8:00 PM gomery, Birmingham, Memphis, Atlanta, Chattanooga, Nashville,
Evansville, Louisville, Cincinnati, St. Louis, Chicago, Kansas
City and points West, via Valdosta.
Crawford, Baxter, Fargo, Valdosta, Tifton, Macon, Mont-
2- 7:10 AM gomery, Birmingham, Memphis, Atlanta, Chattanooga, Nash-
ville, Evansville, Louisville, Cincinnati, St. Louis, Chicago,
Kansas City and all local points, via G. S. & F.
*Daily. IDaily. ex. Sunday. 2Daily, ex. Monday.


ARRIVES

No. 3- 8:05 AM*


No. 1- 8:45 PM*


LEAVES
INo. 98- 3:30 PM

*No. 84- P:10 AM
*No. 66- 8:00 PM

*No. 92- AM
*No. 60- 4:00 PM
*No. 72-10:00 AM
*No. 74- 6:35 PM


LEAVES

*No. 99-12:30 PM



*No. 43- 9:30 AM


*No. 81- 9:30 PM

*No. 55- 3:00 PM

*No. 77- 7:55 AM


*No. 79- 5:00 PM


LEAVES

*No. 6- 7:40 AM

*No. 14- 8:05 PM

*No. 24- 8:50 PM

*No. 30- 9:00 AM

*No. 30- 9:00 AM


Seaboard Air Line Railway-North.
Savannah District.
Seaboard Florida Limited.
Yulee, Everett, Savannah, Augusta, Columbia, Charlotte,
Raleigh,, Portsmouth, NorfoiK, Old Point Comfort, Richmond,
Washington, Baltimore, Philadelphia, New York, Boston and
points East, Brunswick via Thalmann.
Savannah, Columbia, Hamlet, Johnson, Norlina, -Richmond,
Baltimore, Philadelphia and New York.
Savannah and local stations.
Fernandiana.
*Daily. lDaily. ex. Sunday. 2Daily, ex. Monday.


Seaboard Air Line Railway-South.
Seaboard Florida Limited-Starke, Waldo, Gainesville, Ocala,
Wildwood, Leesburg, Tavares, Orlando, Dade City, Plant City,
Tampa, Bradentown, Manatee, Sarasota.
Jacksonville and Tampa District
Waldo, Gainesville, Ocala, Wildwood, Leesburg, Orlando,
Winter Park, Lake Charm, Dade City, Plant Ciay, Palmetto,
Manatee, Sarasota, Bradentown, Ybor City, Tampa, Turkey
Creek, points south and local stations.
Starke, Waldo, Ocala, Wildwood, Leesburg, Tavares, Orlando,
Dade City, Plant City, Ybor City, Tampa, Turkey Creek, Pal-
metto, Sarasota, Bradentown and local stations.
Starke, Waldo, Gainesville, Archer, Cedar Key and local sta-
tions.


Tallahassee District
Lake City, Live Oak, Madison, Monticello, Tallahassee, River
Tuncition, Pensacola, Mobile, New Orleans and points West, via
L. & N. RR. R.
Lake City, Live Oak, Madison, Monticello, Tallahassee,
Qincy, River Junction, ensacola, Mobile, New Orleans and
*Daily. 1Daily. ex. Sunday. 2Daily, ex. Monday.
local stations.
Southern Railway.
Macon, Atlanta, Rome, Anniston, Cattanooga, Birmingham,
Memphis, Nashville, Louisville, Cincinnati, Detroit, Cleveland,
Pittsbprg, St. Louis, Kansas City, Chicago and points West.
Macon, Atlanta, Rome, Anniston, Chattanooga, Birmingham,
Memphis, Nashville, Louisville, Cincinnati, Detroit, Cleveland,
Pittsburg, St. Louis, Kansas City, Chicago and points West.
Baxley, Hazelhurst, Lumber City, Scotland, MckRae, Helena,
Eastman, Cockran, Macon and Atlanta.
Columbia, Augusta, Charlotte, Danville, Richmond, Lynch-
burg, Charlottesville, Washington, Baltimore, Philadelphia, New
Boston and points East.
Columbia, Ashville, Knoxville, Lexington, Louisville, Cin-
cinnati, Cleaveland, Chicago and points West via Ashville.
*Daily. IDaily. ex. Sunday. 2Daily, ex. Monday.


ARRIVES
No. 99-12:01 PM2

No. 43- 7:45 AM*
No. 81- 6:30 PM*

No. 93- PM*
No. 59-11:40 AM*
No. 71- 8:55 AM*
No. 73- 5:55 PM*


ARRIVES
No. 98- 3:00 PM*



No. 66- 6:30 PM*


No. 84- 7:00 AM*

*No. 84- 9:10 AM

No. 76- 7:30 PM*


No. 78-10:50 AM*


ARRIVES

No. 5- 8:20 PM*

No. 13- 8:30 AM*

No. 23- 7:30 AM*

No. 31- 3:45 PM*

No. 31- 3:45 PM*


B e usc otrL-I- The foremost of American Natural Lithia Waters,
B et lSCO Its merits are the purest, best and most healthful.
Phone 1466 for trial bottle. Satisfaction guaranteed. JACKSOIVILLE PEPSI-COLA BOTTLING CO.

A Place Where You are Not Annoyed by Persistent Barbers is a

RARITY. You will be pleased with the B. & C. Barber Shop
MANICURING 16 W. ADAMS ST., JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

Cla t Clay St., Bet. Monroe and Duval. New Building and Fusnishings.
Phone 2323-J. Hot and Cold Running Water in Each Room. Also
Heat. Rooms $1.00 per day and up. Cafe in Connection.
N. HAYES, Proprietor.












Fare and Mileage from Jacksonville to

Points in Florida


City Population.
Apalachicola ...... 6000
Arcadia .......... 4000
Bartow ........... 5000
Belleair .........
Bradentown ...... 2100
Brooksville ....... 1500
Crescent City ... .,- 1000
Cocoa ............
DeLand .......... 4000
Daytona .......... 5000
Eustis ............ 10001
Fernandina ....... 6000
Florence Villa .. . .
Fort Myers ....... 3000
Fort Pierce ....... 2000
Gainesville ........ 8000
Green Cove Spyrings. 1500
Lakeland .......... 5000
Key West ........ 22000
Kissimmee ....... 2500
Knight's Key ......
Homosassa .......
Leesburg ......... 1500
Miami ........... 7000
Mt. Dira .........
New Smyrna ......
Orange Park ..... 5001
Ocala ............ 60001
Ormond ... . . ..... .
Orlando .......... 5000
Palm Beach .......
Palatka .......... 5000
Pensacola ........ 25000
Punta Gorda ...... 2000
Rockledge ........
St. Augustine ..... 7000
St. Petersburg ..... 3500
Sanford .......... 3000 .
Tallahassee ....... 4000
Tampa ........... 50000
Titusville ......... 1500
White Springs ..... 1800
Winter Garden .... I


Miles,
2901
255i
2021
2121
238
18-2
791
1731
1111
110
161
37
3081
2421
70
30
209
471
1651
4771
1521
135
366
1511
14'
1021
1041
147
300
551
3691
2951
371
243
125
1651
2121
1541
70
142


Fare.


Via Railroad


Fare.


Via Steamer.


$ 7 30
6.90 A. C.L.
5.55 A. C. L.
5.80 A. C. L.
6.60 Seabooard
4.45 A. C. L
2.35
5.20 F.E.C.
3.05 A. C. L.
3.70 F. E. C.
3.90 A. C. L.
1.00 Seaboard.
5.30 A. C. L.
8.35 A. C. L.
7.25 F.E.C.
1..95 S. A. L.-A. C. L.
.80 A. C. L.
5.20 A. C. L.-S. A. L.
18.90 F.E.C.
4.50 A.C.L.
15.20 F. E. C.
3.90 A. C. L.
3.75 A. C. L.-S. A. L.
11.00 F. E. C.
3.90 A. C. L.
3.75 F. E. C.
35| A. C.L.
2.80 A. C. L.-S. A. L.
3.10 F. E. C.
3.90 A. C. L. -Seaboard
9.25 F. E. C.
1.50 A. C. L.
12.00 Seaboard
7.55 A. C. L.
5.2.5 F. E. C.
1.5 F. E. C.
5.80. A. C. L.
3.40 A. C. L.
4.55 Seaboard
5.800S. A. L.-A. C. L.
4.65 F. E. C.
1.96 S. A. L.-G. S. & F.
3.90 A. C. L.


Ht Mo * DELIGHTFULLY SITUATED
On the ST. JOHNS RIVER
14 miles South of Jacksonville
at ORANGE PARK, FLORIDA. Reached by Steamer and A.C.L. Ry.
Steam heat. Electric lights, Bathing pool, Fine table, Homelike and Corn-.
fortable. New York Ave., extending through Ortega, makes this hotel
an excellent objective point for automobile parties. -
Rates $2.00 per Day and upward Special Rates by the Week



Goi t leine oale L80 ies' N nd m n's ioinROO ls
All of our $10.00 Coats, $4 00 fill of our $20.00 Coats, $6.50
MAIL ORDERS-Send Measurements. Money Refunded if not Satisfied
We are Here To Stay
GOODYEAR RAINCOAT CO., 106 Hogan St., Jacksonville, Fla.


1 1.50[Inter Ocean S. B. Co.
) Beach & Miller Line
















.25 Independent Line.



1.00 Inter Ocean S. B. Co.
t.25|Clyde Line




2.651 Clyde Line.









Fare and Mileage from Jacksonville to

Northern Points


City.
.Jdanta, Ga. .............
*-- lantic City, N. J.......
..ugusta, Ga. .............
,altimore, Md. ...........
dirmingham, Ala. ........
Joston, Mass. ...........
Buffalo, N. Y. ...........

Chattanooga, Tenn. ......
Charleston, S. C. ... ......
Chicago, Ill . ......... ...
Cincinnati, 0 .... ...... ..
Cleveland, 0 . ...........
Colorado Springs, Colo. ..

Denver, Colo. ...........
Detroit, Mich . ...... . . . .
Hot Springs, Ark. .........
Indianapolis, Ind . ........
Kansas City, Mo ... ......

Los Angeles, Cal ........
Louisville, Ky. .. ....... .
Memphis, Tenn. ..........
Milwaukee, Wis. ........
New Orleans, La. ........
New York . ..............
Norfolk, Va . ............
Jklahoma City, Okla.....
Omaha, Neb. ............
Philadelphia, Pa ... . .....
Pittsburg ...............
Portland, Me. .. . .......
Providence, R. I . ........
Richmond, Va. ..........
Salt Lake City, Utah ....
San Francisco, Cal. ........
Savannah, Ga. ..........
Seattle, Wash . ..........

St. Paul, Minn . ...... ...
St. Louis, Mo . ...........
Washington, D. C .........


Miles.
339|$$

8851
4851
.u031
.-39

438


S12


1824
io 3
sS3
S-39
: 185
A4G3
789
671
1181
616
1073
691 $
1187
1385
982
982
1411
1262
640
2377
2945
139
3333

15061
972
845


Fare.
8.651
26.301
7.651
21.65
10.901
31.651
28.601
12.45j
7.301
26.151
20.90
26.15
42.051

27.801
26.35
23.15
22.551
29.9 0

68.251
20.151
17.401
27.85
18.05
26.30
17.851
30.101
33.401
24.05
26.35
34.601
30.90
17.151
58.30j
68.251
4.40|

74.95
33.45
23.151
20.651


Via Railroad. Via Steamer.
A. C. L., So Ry., G. S. & F.1 8.651M & M.
A. C. L., S. A. L., So. Ry. $ 22.151M. & M.
A. C. L., S. A. L., G. S. & F., 7.25jM. & M.
A. C. L., S. A. L., G. S. & F. 18.501M. & M.
A. C. L,, So. Ry., G. S. & F.I 10.90 M & M.
A. C. L., S. A. L., So. Ry. 26.15|M. & M.
A. C. L., S. A. L., So. Ry. 26.151M. &M.
G. S. & F. S
So. Ry., G. S. & F. 12.451M. & M.
A. C. L., So. Ry. 8.00 Clyde Line
Frisco Line, A. C. L., So.
Ry. & G. S. & F. 26.151M. & M.
So. Ry., G. S. & F.
So. Ry., A. C. L., G. S. F.
Frisco Lines, So. Ry., G. S. 24.80 M. & M.
F.
G. S. & F.
So. Ry., G. S. & F. 26.35 M. & M.
Frisco Lines, So. Ry.
So. Ry., G. S. & F.
Frisco Lines, So. Ry., G. S.
& F.
Frisco Lines
So. Ry., G. S. & F., L. & M.
So. Ry., Frisco Lines, G. S.
& F., L. & M.
G. S. & F., A. C. L., So. Ry.
L. & M., G. S. & F., A. C. L
S. A. L., So. Ry., A. C. L.,1 24.901 lyde Line
S. A. L., So. Ry., A. C. L. . 23.15 M. & M.
Frisco Lines, So. Ry., G. S.I I
& F. I
G. S. & F.
S. A. L., A. C. L., So. Ry. $ 21.00 M. &. M.
S. A. L., A. C. L., So. Ry. 24.351M. & M.
Seaboard
S. A. L., A. C. L., So. Ry. 25.15 M. & M.
S. A. L., A. C. L., So. Ry.
G. S. & F., A. C. L., S. Ry.|
Frisc oLines, So. Ry., A. C.I
L. S. A. L., G. S. F.
G. S.. & F., A. C. L., S. A. L. 3.50 M. & M.
& So. Ry.
G. S. & F., A. C. L., S. A. L.
& So. Ry.
A. C. L., So. Ry., G. S. & F.
L. & M.
S. A. L., A. C. L., So. Ry. I
So. Ry. 18.501M. & M.


Cocoa. House

Cocoa, Fla.

Dd'ghtful situation, facing Indian
n er. Newly enlarged rooms with
bath. Good home table.
Rates $2.50 and $3.00 per day
$12.00 per week and up
E. E. Grimes, Proprietor


The Florida Review
An Illustrated Monthly Magazine
Full of Florida Literature,

15c per Copy $1,50 per Year

Department D.
433 W. Bay St. Taoksonville, Fla.


...mail








Places of Interest in Jacksonville.


The Florida Ostrich Farm is visited
by more than half the people who
come to Florida every winter. The
farm comprises about twenty acres,
situated on the picturesque St.
Johns River. Immense live oaks,
maples, and shrubbery add to the
attractiveness of the place and pro
vide shade for the huge birds and
the people who take such a delight
in looking at them: The grounds
are nicely laid out and arranged
for the convenience of visitors,
with an immense kraal in the cen-
ter, containing about seventy-five
ostriches. Down toward the river
is the big band-stand and amuse-
ment platforms, with hippodrome
seats and devices for the amuse.
ment of visitors. The Florida Os.
trich Farm Zoo is the largest in the
South. It contains more than a
hundred birds, from all countries,
and a variety of animals, including
bears, deer, monkeys, baboons,
coyotes and rare species from far
distant lands. The fine collection
of alligators, including the largest
,alligator in captivity, is always in-
teresting, especially to the North-
ern people. The management has
arranged for a regular programme
of high class open-air amusements,
.including expensive aerial acts,
acrobats, high-dives, balloon ascen-


sions, musical acts, animal shows,
wild west shows, etc. These per-
formances are given twice daily,
beginning at 1' a. m. and 3 p. m.,
following the band concerts, so
that visitors are royally entertained
at all times. The admission price
to the Florida Ostrich Farm is 25
cents, including vaudeville, etc.
The Fairfield line of the Jackson-
ville Electric Company runs direct
to the Florida Ostrich Farm.
Germania Club, on Riverside Avenue
near Jackson Street. A spacious
Hall, terrace with beautiful view
of the St. Johns River. Riverside
cars or Ortega cars.
Country Club, in beautiful Ortega,
magnificent Club House and exten-
sive grounds on the banks of the St.
Johns. Very attractive. Ortega
cars.
The Florida Yacht Club, on St. Johns
Avenue near end of Riverside car
line, a comfortable 'club house
built in bungalow-style, good har-
bor for small boats. Riverside and
Ortega cars.
Masonic Temple, a modern eight story
building corner Main and Monroe
Streets.
The Soldiers Monument, erected to
the soldiers of Florida will be
found in the center of Hemming
Park.


",/Ls the Revenue Offlcer"

Write or Phone Your Order for PURE WINES, WHISKIES and BEERS.
Unequaled Delivery Service



R. M. ROSE CO.


927 West Bay Street,
Jacksonville, Fla.


Phone _973,


ii












GIBSON'S
KODAK STORE
24 West Forsyth Street
Jacksonville, Fla.
The leading Kodak Store
of the South. You are in-
vited to call or write.
ROLL FILMS DEVELOPED. 10c a ROLL




The Ban box
21 Laura Street

Millinery

Authoritive showing of the
New Spring Fashions



The Hat Box
Seminole Hotel
The Newest and Niftiest Things in
Gentlemen's Furnishings
We Stand by What You Buv

$2--H ATS--$2
A Complete Line


Palace Hotel
New Modern Hotel of
JACKSONVILLE
329 FORSYTH STREET
First-Class Hotel in the
Heart of Business
Special for ladies traveling alone
European Plan
$1.O0 PER DAY UP
P. M. GATES, Mgr.


Places of Interest
FLORIDA CURIOS-Imeson's Curio
Store, 226 Hogan St., is devoted to
selling the most attractive Florida
Souvenirs and Curios, different
from anything to be found else-
where. A choice and large assort-
ment of genuine Alligator Goods
and live Alligators and Orange
Blossom Perfume. This attractive
shop is worth a visit.
Race Track-Jacksonville has a one
hundred day 'meet. Many of the
largest stables winter here which
bring sportsmen from all points
of the country.
Riverside Park, Jacksonville's oldest
recreation ground, where stately
oaks delight the eye of the camera
enthusiast. It has many fountains,
bridges and lakes. Reached by
cars marked Riverside and Ortega.
Springfield Park-Here a collection
of alligators are in captivity. The
City Water Works are situated on
the southern end of the park.
Reached by Main Street cars.
Hemming Park, in the heart of Jack-
sonville, surrounded by magnificent
hotels, churches and residences.
In the center of the park is the
Soldiers' Monument. Hogan, Ad-
ams, Duval and Laura Streets.
St. John's River, the river of lakes,
famous for its scenic beauty, Is one
of the most attractive rivers in
Florida. It is one of the few riv-
ers of the world running north.
The Beach & Miller Line offers de-
lightful outings to Green Cove
Springs, Federal Point, Palatka,
San Mateo, and Crescent City. They
make regular sailings from Jackson-
ville Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sat-
urdays, leaving dock foot of Laura
Street. 8:30 a. m. Tourists should
not fail to see the attrectioaz of
this route.
Ortega-One of Jacksonville's finest
trolley trips is to Ortega where one
may enjoy a beautiful view of the
St. Johns River. Ortega is fast
becoming one of Jacksonville's
most popular suburbs.







in Jacksonville

South Jacksonville, a pleasant ferry
trip from Jacksonville across the
St. Johns River, is a flourishing
little town.
Board of Trade Building, corner Main
and Adams Streets. The building
has a spacious auditorium used for
official city functions.
Post Office and Government Building,
magnificently constructed of gray
marble located in center of city.
Hogan Street between Forsyth and
Adams Streets.
Public Library, corner Adams and
Ocean Streets, erected in 1905.
There are over 228,000 books upon
the shelves, and room for 15,000
more. Open week days from 9
a. m. to 9 p. m.; Sundays and
Holidays from 2 p. m. to 7 p. m.
city Hall, a two story brick building
of pleasing exterior, surrounded by
velvety lawns. Headquarters of
the municipal government. Ocean
Street, between Forsyth and Adams
Streets.
County Court House, an imposing
building of generous proportions on
Forsyth between Market and Ad-
ams Streets.
Armory, a stately building corner
Market and Forsyth Streets.
Elks Club, situated corner Adams and
Laura Streets.
Seminole Club, Hogan and Duval
Streets, overlooking Hemming
Park, an attractive brick structure.
YOUNG MEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCI-
ATION.-Jacksonville can truthful-
ly and proudly boast of having the
finest Young Men's Christian Asso-
ciation of any city of its size in the
world.
The Christian Science Reading Room-
314 Dyal Upchurch Building, cor-
ner Bay and Main Streets, Is open
from 9:30 a. m. until 5 p. m. daily
except Sunday. All authorized
Christian Science literature will be
found there. Visitors are always
welcome.


The SHELBOURNE
117 W. CHURCH ST. PHONE 2497
JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
r , l1


TABLE BOARD
A SPECIALTY
MRS. N. L. BAKER, Prop.

MISS JACOBI'S SCHOOL
21-28 W. ADAMS ST. - PHONE 2082
Kindergarten, Primary, Intermediate,Academics, Expression,
Physical Culture, Art. Music. Languages,
MISS JACOBI'S DANCING SCHOOL
Afternoon and Night Classes for Children and Adults. Ins
formation can b- secured at above address.

DR-INK Delicious, R-efreshing

palmetto phosphate


In a Class by:
Itself

Made from Florida
Palmetto Berries. Con-
tains neither Dope nor
Cola. At all first-class
fountains and in

5c BOTTLES

Ha ne

: 0itf . Bros.

Manufacturers of
Very Best
SODA
WATERS







PRINCIPAL PARKS.

DIGNAN-Main, between Hogan's Creek and Phelps.
HEMMING-Laura, Duval, Hogan and Monroe.
RIVERSIDE-Three blocks west of Riverside Avenue and south of Gilmore.
SPRINGFIELD, including Waterworks Grounds, Main at Hogan's Creek and
extending west to Silver and thence north to Eighth.
LIBRARIES.
JACKSONVILLE FREE LIBRARY.-G. B. Utley, Librarian, NE Corner
IOcean and Adams.
JACKONVILLE LAW LIBRARY ASSOCIATION.-Fourth floor Law Ex-
change Building.
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE READING ROOM-314 Dyal-Upchurch Building, cor-
ner Bay and Main Streets.

CLUBS.
FLORIDA COUNTRY CLUB.-Marshall Avenue and Jessie.
FLORIDA YACHT CLUB.-St. Johns Avenue.
GERMANIA CLUB.-366 Riverside Avenue.
POWER BOAT CLUB.--Riverside Avenue, between McCay and Leila.
SEMINOLE CLUB.-NW Corner Hogan and Duval.
WOMAN'S CLUB.-20 E. Duval.
For directions to reach Parks, Libraries and Clubs see pages 7-8-9.


" SKINNER'S "
Means RELIABILITY, DURABILITY and SATISFACTION
EVERYTHING IN Hair Goods OF SUPERIOR
Quality and Latest Styles. Hair Dressing, Shampooing. Elec-
tric Scalp and Facial Treatment and Manicuring properly
attended to. Superflous Hairs, Moles and WVarts removed
Painlessly by Electricity. Work Guaranteed.
Out-of-town patrons can send samples of hair to be
matched perfectly. Mail orders receive careful attention.
Skinner's Hair Dressing Parlors
Rooms 206,8 Duval Bldg. Fhene 2019 Cor. Bay & Ocean Sts.


QUISISANA SPA and HOTEL
GREEN COVE SPRINGS, FLORIDA.
The Oldest Watering Place in Florida.
HOTEL-Spanish Mission throughout-fireproof-electric, water and
ice plants. Modern comforts unexcelled.
BATHS-The largest flow of any known spring. Ten bathing pools
under glass. Warm sulphur water-pure and medicinal.
GOLF-QUISISANA links near hotel. Golf, a plunge and a good din-
ner! .
Telephone or write, SAMUEL H. GROSER, Manager.


Eb e Colon'tial iEuxopean pIlan
211.215 loDest Bbams St. :: 1-2 B0och from post Office
jachsonville, ffla. Zelepbone 1574-j








SHOPPING NEWS

A RARE COLLECTION OF ANTIQUES is on exhibition at 228 W. Bay
St. This collection is one of the best ever offered the people of Jacksonville and
includes many fine pieces of old mahogany furniture, a large variety of cut
glass and a rare assortment of metal ornaments.
THE GIBSON KODAK STORE, No. 24 West Forsyth Street, carries a
complete line of Eastman Kodaks, Amsco Cameras and Eastman; Mmsco and
)Ensign films, together with a complete line of photo supplies. Kodaks loaned
free. Developing and finishing a -specialty. Enlarging, copying, framing and
everything pertaining to pictures can be obtained at this attractive shop.
THE KNIGHT CROCKERY & FURNITURE CO., 22 W. Bay St., are making
a specialty of a complete outfit for four rooms at a very inviting price. This
is good news to those who wish to renew their old stock of house furnishings.
ORANGE BLOSSON PERFUME-Imeson's Ponce de Leon Orange
Blossom Perfume is the pure extract of the orange blossom and is guaranteed
genuine. It is put up in glass stopper bottles and each bottle bears a very
attractive souvenir label in the Florida Crest, and sells for 35 cents for a half
ounce and 60 cents for a full ounce. You are invited to sample this delightful
odor at Imeson's Souvenir Store, 226 Hogan St.
THE MOST BEAUTIFUL DISPLAY of early spring millinery will be seen
at the Ban box. The collection as a whole shows a distinctive beauty and
originality that will not fail to delight the most discriminating taste. A large
shipment has just been received from New York in which are many imported
"models and the lovliest American creations.
THE QUALITY of the wines, liquors, etc., handled by R. M. Rose & Co.,
927 W. Bay Street, is the highest, being Government Standard Proofs. If
you want something in a hurry, you can depend upon the delivery serviceof
this company.
INVESTORS CAN COME IN TOUCH with the best investment proposi-
tions in the State by communicating -with Bagwell & Gamble of Jacksonville,
the leading Stock Brokers of the State. They are thoroughly posted on the
best investments and can give you valuable information.
WOMAN'S CROWNING GLORY is well -taken care of and improved
upon at Skinner's Hair Dressing Parlors in the Duval Building. Everything
in Hair Goods fashion decrees is found here. Hair dressing shampooing is
thoroughly and properly attended to.
AFTER YOU are through shopping, try the dainty Afternoon Tea service
at The English Inn and Tea Room.
. AT THE QUALITY SHOPS of The Florida Ostrich Farm they are show-
ing some of the most magnificent plumes they have ever had from the birds.
They are in a position to offer the public the very choicest of the male plumes,
the best workmanship at the very lowest prices. The fans make a very op-
propriate remembrance as well as being serviceable. The boas are elegance
and warmth combined. We are showing a very limited number of very ex-
clusive embroidered linen gowns and auto coats. Demand of us the proof
and we will take great pleasure in serving you. Seminole Shop open evenings.
SPRING NOVELTIES in great variety are now being shown at the Hat
Box located in the Seminole Hotel. The new patterns in shirts, neckwear and
hosiery will prove interesting to the gentleman, shopper. Their famous $2.00
hat is on hand too, in the new spring styles.
PROVIDE AMUSEMENT for yourself and your friends by having a
Graphophone at home. If you have not heard a Grophophone recently, Ely &
Silvernail, 18 W. Bay St., will take pleasure in having you call and hear one.
Their Columbia Double Disc Records have music on both sides and cost
about half as much as two single records.
AN OPPORTUNITY to purchase a first-class raincoat at greatly reduced
prices is offered by the Goodyear Raincoat Co., 106 Hogan St. The Company
has been compelled to vacate their store on E. Bay St. and must dispose of this
surplus stock.
We bespeak for our advertisers the patronage of Florida visitors.


























.. - ..















LOWER J


Florida Ostrich Farm
SEMINOLE SALESROOMS
Seminole Hotel

We carry a complete line of new. French
curled plumes, and the most graceful and be-
coming willow plumes.
You are invited to call and look over our
new novelties.


The Ocklawaha and Silver Springs Route
Steamer "WILLIAM HOWARD"
INTER-OCEAN STEA.MSNHIP COMPANY

Leaves Palatka Mondays and Thursdays.................... Noon
Arrives Silver Springs Tuesdays and Firdays............ Midnight
Leaves Silver Springs Wednesdays and Saturdays..........7 a. m.
Arrives Palatka Thursdays and Sundays................... 7 a. m.
JACKSONVILLE TICKET OFFICE, 205 Hogan St.
VERTREES & CO., Agents THOMAS D. EVANS. Traffic Mgr.
Palatka, Fla. Jacksonville. Fla.


PHONE 4296
When you have a prescrip-
tion you want in a hurry.
We will send for it, fill and
deliver it without extra cost
tc you, and save time. We
employ registered pharma-
cists only.
SEMINOLE PHARMACY
J. P. BROWN, Mgr.
OUR MOTTO-Quality First, Price Second,
Both Right.




Automobile Tires and Tubes Vulcanized
Complete Line of Hartford and Firestone Tires
and Tubes always in Stock.
Phone 4220 JOSEPH H. WALSH 12 E. Adams

b*ROOM 230 W. Bay St.
be En lisb Inn anb eaOpp. Evereomtt Hotel
Jacksonville's High Class Cafe, Where patrons find everything served, whether it is for
Breakfast, 'Noon or Evening Dinner, and service of Afternoon Tea, private or theatre parties,
to be of the highest standard of excellence at very moderate prices.
Special 40c Noon and Evening Dinner




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Photo by Arthur F. Gibson.


Thos. C. Imeson
226 HOGAN ST., JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
Souvenirs, Jewelry and Curios
GENUINE ALLIGATOR GOODS
Orange Blowsom Perfume
SOUVENIR POST CARDS
Live Alligators.
You are invited to visit our store.


"Smith-Premier Model No, 10
awarded Grand Prix over all
-competitors at Brussels In-
ternational Exposition 1910."
SMITH-PREMIER
TYPEWRITER CO.
228 W. Bay Street.
Jacksonville, Fla.










ST. AUGUSTINE.
THE OLDEST CITY IN THE UNITED STATES.


St. Augustine is the oldest city in the
United States. In the year 1512
Ponce de Leon landed at this point
in search of the "Fountain of
Youth." It has a large number of
fine hotels which are famous the
world over. Fort Marion covers
several acres of ground. It is sur-
rounded by a moat and is entered
by a drawbridge over each end of
which are the Spanish Coat of
Arms and a Spanish inscription.
A short distance west of the fort
are the old city gates and a por-
tion of the city wall. Fort Marion
is open to the public through the
day. In the center of the city
there is a small park called the
"Plaza de la Constitucion," filled
with palms and Spanish bayonets,
together with several monuments
and fountains. The city is pro-
tected by a sea-wall built by the
United States Government in 1835-
42. Excursions may be made up
the Matanzas and San Sebastianr
Rivers. St. Augustine is consid-
ered one of the most picturesque
and interesting little cities In


America. A list of good hotels will
be found on inside cover.
The oldest house in America is a
place of great interest to the winter
tourists. It is built principally of Co-
quina, which was discovered by Pedro
Menendez de Avilles, the Spanish
Governor. It is now owned by J. P.
Dodge, a jeweler, and is a curio shop.



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Dodge's 01d T-I use-1i565
It's birth .i.r,= back to 1565. The old
house has never been remodeled. It
has a stone floor, mahogany stairway,
red cedar rafters, Moro-Spanish win-
dows, ,-., I closets and many old
Spanish relics.


ST. AUGUSTINE
HOTEL MARION *-^o0IDA
H. MULLER, Proprietor. Formerly Chef of Alcazar, St. Augustine and Oriental Hotel, Manhattan Beach.
The only up-to-date all year around Hotel in St. Augustine.
Delightfully situated on the Bay-overlooking the Ocean. Steam Heat, Electric Bell and Light in every room,
Electric Elevator, Private Baths, Running Hot and Cold Water in Rooms.
AMERICAN and EUROPEAN PLAN. RATES $2.50 And Up



HOTEL MAGNOLIA
ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA.

Ir 1 NOW OPEN , ,I
Spacious Palm Room, Electric Lights, New
Furnishings, Etc., Added This Season
Hotel thoroughly heated throughout by steam, Rooms
with or without private baths.
Rates, $2.50 and upwards per day. PALMER & Mac DOWELL, Props.










Places of Interest in Florida.


GREEN COVE SPRINGS, a charming
Ante-bellum city on the St. Johns
river, thirty miles south of Jackson-
ville. On account of its situation,
the most equable climate in the
State, and renowned for a century
for its healthfulness, and as the site
of the famous Quisisana, warm sul-
phur springs. The glass covered
Casino contains ten private and one
public swimming pools, the latter
45x80 feet. Golf Course on hotel
property. Has one of the best ap-
pointed hotels in the State. For
hotel list see inside cover.
Palatka, a growing town on the St.
Johns River. The Ocklawaha River
steamers of the Hart Line sail from
Palatka. The Ocklawaha River ex-
cursion is famous for its scenic
beauty. For hotel list see inside
cover.
Rockledge is pleasantly located amid
a great forest of live oak trees on
the banks of the Indian River and
is famous for the quality of its
oranges and grape fruit. There
are many large groves in the
neighborhood. Here the sportsman
will be delighted by the duck hunt-
ing. The visitor is charmed by the
famous drive leading along the
river for many miles. Merritt Is-
land is one of the Interesting places
in the vicinity. Several modern


Waverly Hotel
Mrs. LUCK WILSON, Prop.
PHONE 2140
Most Central Location in the city. Center
of Shopping and Theatre District. One
Block from Ferry acd Post Office.
EUROPEAN PLAN
Private Baths, Hot and Cold Running
Water. Bus Meets All Trains.
Corner Main and Adams Streets
JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA
Also Prop. of Atlantic House, St. Augustine


list of good hotels will be found on
Cocoa on the Indian River famous
for its duck hunting and fishing,
is a mecca for the sportsman and
angler. It is 173 miles south of
Jacksonville. A list of good hotels
will be found on inside cover.
Fort Pierce is In the heart of the
. .great pineapple belt. Here one
may see hundreds of acres of this
luscious fruit. Its commercial fish-
ing amounts to many thousands of
dollars each year. Many tarpon
are landed each winter. It is the
most famous king-fish, blue-fish,
black and channel bass, red-snap-
per point in the state. Large num-
,bers of wild duck, snipe and quail
are found along the river. Deer
and turkeys are found in the flat-
woods. Competent guides can be
engaged at reasonable rates. A list
of good hotels will be found on in-
, side cover.
New Smyrna is an attractive village,
located in a dense hammock with
immense live oak trees with moss
covered branches. The streets are
paved with shell and are hard and
smooth and as white as the driven
snow. The lands around New Smyr-
na are rich and suited to growing
citrus fruits, vegetables and for
general farming.


The Kenwood
St. Augustine, Fla.

All modern improvements.
Steam heat, Private baths. Hot
and cold water in every room
Rates: $2.50 per day.

MRS. J, L, MORGAN,
Proprietress


HOTEL CHAUTAUOUA
NO. 11 KING STREET, ST. AUGUSTINE
Good Ocean View from Wide and Long Verandas, Pleasant and Airy Rooms, Well
Kept Table; Northern Cooking, White Help.
RATES $2.00 PER DAY SPECIAL RATES BY THE WEEK





Daytona and Seabreeze.


Daytona was founded in 1870 by
Matheas Day, of Mansfield, Ohio,
who named it Tomoka; but in 1871
Thomas Saunders, the landscape
gardener of Washington, named it
Daytona. It is famous for its
broad avenues over-arched by
gigantic live oaks. Here one
may find typical southern scenes.
Delightful drives may be made
skirting the shores of the Hali-
fax and through the hammocks.
The roads are favorable for
the automobilst, and connect
with DeLand, Sanford and Orlando.
Crossing the Halifax one sees the
world famous Ormond-Daytona
auto race course. Daily excursions
can be made up the Halifax and
Tomoka Rivers where the fishing is
excellent. Daytona is becoming one
of the most popular resorts in Flor-
Lheir pleasure boats to this resort
each winter. A list of the good
* hotels will be found on inside
cover.


THE OAKS,
DAYTONA, FLORIDA
A Complete snd Attractive
Hotel adapted to the com-
fort convenience and enter-
tainment of discriminating
tourists. White service.
Bus meets trains and boats
Rates: $2.50 per Day and up
EDWARD M. SAMMIS, Propr,
SUMMER: THE TUTHILL POINT
East Moriches, . . . . Long Island


The Hamilton
DAYTONA, FLORIDA
New and Centrally located. One
block from Post Office, Bank. Thea-
tre and " Beautiful Halifax." All
modern convenienee, Rooms light,
airy, pleasant. First-class hole din-
ing room service and table supplied
with the best the market affords,
Beautiful sunny porch and smoking
room. Rates $2.50 per day and up.
Open Deeember Ist.
MRS. I. M MABBETIE, Proprietor
I I


Seabreeze on the east bank of the
Halifax is connected with Daytona
by bridge. It has a large colony
of cottages. With the Ormond-Day-
tona beach on one hand, and the
miles of smooth shell and marl
roads about Seabreeze, Daytona
and vicinity, for riding, driving and
automobiling, and the Halifax Riv-
er on the other hand, with its many
motor launches, sail and row boats,
every out-of-door opportunity /for
pleasure possible to Florida Is at
hand. The beautiful Tomoka River
is accessible from this point also,
as well as other localities of inter-
est to be reached by our water-
ways. The tourists will find such
outdoor sports as tennis, golf,
horseback riding, automobiling,
yachting, fishing, hunting and surf
bathing. A list of good hotels will
be found on inside cover.


THE PRINCESS ISSENA
SEABREEZE, FLA,
Delightful location near the beach. All modern
conveniences. Home features. Rooms large, light.
airy, pleasant. Home-like table with first-class hotel
dining room service. Home-prepared jellies, preserves,
marmalades from the Florida fruits a specialty. Milk
upplied from a home dairy of Jersey and Holstein cow
Rates $3.00 per day and up.
OPEN NOVEMBER 1st.
A. W, POWERS, Proprietor



The Howard
DAYTONA, FLA.

All modern conveniences. Clean,
quiet and comfortable. Northern
cooks and cooking. Centrally loca-
ted, on main street to depot.
JOHN C. HOWARD
Proprietor













Hotel and Other News.


Arrington Hotel, Jacksonville-Re-
cent arrivals at the Arrington are,
J. W. Highfield and wife, Williams-
town, Ky.; A. F. Grant, Charlotte,
N. C.; W. B. Ferguson, Hastings,
Fla.; V. W. bayly, Baltimore, Md.;
J. L. Owens, N. C.; B. C. Myrick,
Montgomery, Ala.; W. M. Freeman,
Gettsburg, S. D.; J. E. Swan and
wife, Wadsworth, Ohio; Jos. P. 0'-
Brien and wife, St. Louis, Mo.; Mrs.
C. Sullivan, Dayton, 0.; Rosa A.
O'Brien, Boston.
Hotel Marion, Orange Park-Benefit-
ed by its close proximity to Jack-
sanville and the natural surround-
ings the tourists finds the ideal spot
to rest or hunt at this popular resort
For any one desiring a pleasant
day's outing they may take the new
power yacht "The Queen City,"
leaving foot of Hogan St. daily, at
10:30 a. min., running directly to Man-
darin where at stop is made so the
passengers may visit the orange and
grapefruit groves besides visiting
the spot where Harriet Beecher
Stowe lived.
The next stop is Orange Park.
The boat remains there a sufficient
length of time to enable all who de-
sire to eat a good wholesome dinner
at the hotel. Many people make the
trip to Orange Park to see the mag-
nificent avenue of live oaks that ex-
tends over three-quarters of a mile,
which is truly one of the most beau-
tiful sights of Florida.
On the return trip about 4:00 p. m.
a nist satisfactory and reasonable
trip on the majestic St. Johns river
Among the guests registered at
. the hotel are Mr. and Mrs. H. J.
Berry, Chicago; Miss Myra M. Mac-
Donald, Denver; Mr: and Mrs. Lyles
Columbiaville, S. C.; Mrs. J. S.
Stephens, Dubuque, Iowa; Mrs. E.
B. Batchelder; Newberryport, Mass.
Mr. Harry E. Danehower, Phila, Pa.
Mrs. C. L. MacConnell, Newberry-
port, Mass.; Mr. and Mrs. A. K.
Tierman, Salt Lake City; Mrs. B.
Williams, New York City; Mr. and


Mrs. E. C. Thomas, New York City
Mr. W. E. Koon, Jacksonville, Fla.;
Mr. and Mrs. St. Clair, Indianapolis.
Waverly Hotel, Jacksonville-Recent
arrivals at this most popular hotel
include Mrs. A. P. Thomas, City;
J. H. Hamlet, Indianapolis; W. H.
H.oag, Bridgeport, Conn.; F. A.
Schmidt, New York; A. C. Brown,
New York; J. J. Wall, Federal Park
Fla.; W. Wilson, New York; Mrs.
F. L. Roberts,etaoicmfwypptvbgkq
F. L. Curtis, Ridgewood, N. J.; J.
F. Robles, Tampa, Fla.
The Oaks, Daytona-Recent arrivals
at The Oaks, Daytona, Fla., include
Judge F. S. Chryst, Warren, Ohio;
Mr. U. F. Dalzell and wife, Ridge-
wood, N. J.; Mrs. L. E. Wood, Jer-
sey City, N. J.; Mrs. Ida L. Hough,
Jersey City, N. J.; Mrs. . S. Mrs. R. S. Milli-
ken, Miss Jane Milliken, Miss Hazel
Milliken, Nashua, N. H.
Milliken( Nashua, N. H.; Mrs. B.
Day, Cranford, N. J.; Mrs. C. H.
Guild and wife, New York City; Mrs
C. A. Long and daughter, Chicago,
Ills.; Mr. Geo. N. Rogers and wife,
Westhampton, N. Y.; Thos. C.
Woodward, Brooklyn, N. Y.; F. M.
Jackson, Brooklyn, N. Y.; Mr. C. A.
VanKeuren, Jersey City, N. J.; Mrs.
J. E. Bishop and wife, Dowagiac,
Michi.; Miss Mary Bishop, Dowagiac
Mr. E. M. Sammis, the proprietor,
has leased another cottage in order
to take care of theo the host who keeps
applying for accommodation at The
Oaks.
Hotel Princess Issena, Daytona, Fla.
is a fife new stone and frame struc-
ture situated in the midst of five
acres of natural park, three hundred
,and seventy-five feet fronting on
Ocean Boulevard, and five minutes
walk to the Atlantic Beach on the
east, or to the Halifax River on, the
west.
The house stands upon a slight
elevation near the center of an en-
tire block, and although within five
minutes walk of the ocean beach,


SARATOGA INN DAYTONA i
A Perfect and Up-to-Date Hotel. Beautiful Location, Overlooking the Picturesque
Halifax River. All Rooms en Suite, have Bath, Toilet and Lavatory and are supplied with
Hot and Cold Water. All Rooms Lighted by Electricity, Garage in Connection.
J. J. MAGUIRE, PROPRIETOR









Hotel and Other News.


is surrounded by a green lawn and
natural forest trees. It's large liv-
ing rooms and spacious halls are as
pleasant as many windows and
graceful architectural design can
make them. Both living rooms and'
wide verandas have east, south and
west exposure. The Atlantic Ocean
is within view of the chamber win-
dows and the the ceaseless roar and
roll of it's waters may always be
heard.
With the Ormand Daytona beach
on one hand, and miles of smooth
shell and marl roads about Sea-
breeze, Daytona and vicinity, for
riding, driving and automobiling;
and the Halifax River on the other
hand, with its many motor launches,
sail and row boats, every out-of-door
opportunity for pleasure possible to
Florida is at hand.
The Earman, West Palm Beach----
This attractive Cotage Hotel is most
pleasantly located near Lake Worth,
Mr. Mack, the proprietor does every
thing to make the guests stay en-
able, and has been well patronized
this season's Florida tourists.
Shelbourne, Jacksonville, a high-class
smaller hotel facing Hemming
Park, one block from the Windsor.
The rich surroundings )and -very
pleasant social life, makes this
a most desirable stopping place.
Special rates are given to table
boarders.
The Boyd Cottage, Miami, is near the
Boulevard and overlooks Biscayne
Bay. The guest is assured home-
like privacy and still has the accom-
dations of a larger hotel. Its pleas-
ant, airy rooms broad verandas, and
well kept table make it one of the
most desirable, homelike places in
Miami.
The Graylnn, Miami, is in every way a
first-class hotel and has a fine loca-
tion.
It is two blocks from the Bay
and River, one block from the
Royal Palm Park and golf grounds,
and very convenient to post office
and churches. Guests desiring
more private or retired rooms in
cottages may also be acomodated.
The house has an abundance of
veranda space, the furnishings are
attractive, and altogether it is one
of the most comfortable and desir-
able hotels in Florida.
The proprietor, Salem Graham,


formerly of the Halcyon Hall and
Biscayne Hotels of this city, has had
years of experience, and is favorably
known to hundreds of tourists who
visit Florida.
Hotel Halcyon, Miami, is operated by
Mrs. Minnie H. March, who so
successfully established and oper-
ated March Villa (discontinued)
several seasons, and' for the past
three years, the Green Tree Inn.
The Hotel Halcyon is *one of the
most modern hotels in Florida.
Nearly all of the rooms are connec-
ted with private bath, and every-
thing for the convenience and ocm-
fort of the guests is provided.
The hotel is located within a block
of Biscayne Bay, the Royal Palm
Casino, and in the center of the city.
convenient to all places of amuse-
ment, and recreation, to the stores,
churches, post-office, express and
telegraph offices.
The cuisine receives special at-
tention throughout the season.
An experienced chef will. have
charge of the kitchen department,
and fresh Miami and Dade county
fruits and vegetables will be used
exclusively for the table.
The Howard, Daytona,-The social
life seems to be the winning card
here. The broad, sunny porches in
the day and the open fires in the
social halls at evening where eight
card games, fancy work and reading
are engaged in, makes life very at-
tractive at this popular hotel. Miss
Goodall has carried off all the bridge
honors so far this season. It is re-
ported that Mrs. Howard is going to
give another of her popular recep-
tions soon.
The Hamilton, Daytona.-Recent ar-
rivals at the Hamilton include: W.
R. Bass, Roosevelt, Okla.; Ethel
Ethel Troxwel,- Maud H. Wheelin,
Minnie Cook, Detroit, Mich.; Mr.
and Mrs. E. C. Whitney, Royalston,
Mass.; R. H. King, Jacksonville; A.
H. Godfrey and wife, Atlantic City.
The Saratoga Inn, Daytona-Its de-
lightful location, beautiful surround-
ings and excellent service, inakes
this a most popular hotel. Well
furnished rooms, broad sunny por-
ches, beautiful walks and drives, and
an excellent table, contribute to the
comfort and pleasure of the guests.
The Halifax River in front of Sara-








Hotel and Other News.


toga Inn is about one mile wide.
Various launches and small steam-
ers make daily excursions to New
Smyrna and many other points of
interest, that to Tomoka being one
of the most popular.
The Fort Dallas Hotel, Miami, is an
ideal winter home for the tourists
and all year hotel for the transient
guest, large airy bedrooms, bath's,
bell service, electric lights, a spa-
cious lobby and parlor, large well
lighted dining room and long veran-
das, fronting east and west.
The Fort Dallas is most centrally
located; one block to the Royal
Palm and one block from the Mi-
ami river and two blocks from the
bay, being convenient alike to the
failroad depot, postoffice, Royal
Palm swimming pool, golf links,
and the business district.
During the past summer twenty
rooms hay e been added to the
building,
El Vedada-This beautiful twin build-
ing is just completed and is some-
thing unique in the way of apart-
ments, original in design. It is the
inspiration of an abservant French
Canadian lady, who has utilized
some of the Spanish ideas of bal-
conies and open courts in the in-
terior, which she has made practi-
cal and which will be a boon to the
fortunate occupants in the way of
light and ventilation, a lack of
which is a failing in most buildings
of this description and which is an
essential necessity in this sunny
Southern clime. The building is
equipped with the most up-to-date
hot water heating aparatus.
The Briggs, West Palm Beach, Fla.-
This hotel is one of the oldest es-
tablished places in West Palm
Beach. The popularity of this hos-
telry has. increased so rapidly that
the proprietor has ben forced to
build a large addition which is just
being completed. Guests will find
every comfort, large parlors ladies'
writing room, and office for men,
also an extension to the dining room
making it one of the most attractive
home-like hotels on the East Coast.
Furnishings are new throughout.
Parites wishing a home-like place
will find "The Briggs' first-class in
every respect.


Palace Hotel, Jacksonville.-Among
recent arrivals are C. S. Roberts,
G. A. Strake, East Hartford, Conn.;
S. H. Bunham, Conn.; J. F. Creed
and family, Carrolton; Roy B. Keff,
Connesllsville, Pa..; S. J. Martin,
Roanoke, Va.; R. P. Stayer, Al-
toona, Pa.; H. C. Sharer, Stanton,
Va.; Win. Brown, Chicago, Ill.; E.
D. Brown, Macon, Ga.; A. H. Har-
vey and wife, New York.
The Gables, West Palm Beach, Fla.-
Miss Ruth Clark, who with her pa-
rents Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Clark are
spending the winter at the Gables,
was able to land .a big amberjack
while fishing in the ocean last week
with her father and brother. The
gamy fish gave Miss Clark quite a
tussle, but she was finally able to
land it without assistance. The fish
when weighed, touched the scales at
just 25 pounds. A good catch of
amberpack and king fish was made
byrthe party, but Miss-Clark carried
away the honors of the day, with
her 25 pound "jack."
Hotel Huntington, St. Petersburg,
Fla., is fast becoming the most pop-
ular hotel in that vicinity. This fact
is partly due to the natural attract-
iveness of the hotel and to its ex-
cellent service. The rooms are well
furnished, large, light and airy, and
the table is especially good. The
guest is afforded every modern con-
venience and may be assured his
stay at this popular hostelry will be
a most pleasant one.
The California, Jacksonville:-Is a
conviently located, home-like, small
hotel with delightfully pleasant
rooms and exceptionally good tm e.
It is well named, a nice placeslr
a stay at the California are J. C.
O'Brien, Kansas City; H. M. How-
ard, Nashville, Tenn.; Mrs. R. Gil-
ther, New York City.
The Colonial, Jacksonville-This little
cottage style hotel is fast becoming
Seymour and Miss Mamie Seymour
Mrs. W. T. Wallis, Miss Fannie
one of the most popular in Jackson-
ville. Its broad pleasant verandas
and congenial social atmosphere
makes it a most pleasant stopping
place. Recent arrivals are Dr. H.
W. Freeburg, LaFayette, Ind.; Mrs.
J. E. Shattuck, Hinsdale, Mass.;
Miss N. W. Shattuck, Hinsdale,
Mass.; Miss Geo. Corrie, Richmond,
Va.; H. B. DuBose and wife, Jack-
sonville; G. C. Baker, St. Louis; A.












Hotel and Other News


H. Burdsal, Columbia, 0.; W. B.
Cooke and wife, Boston; H. R.
Bush, W. Keesport, Pa.; W. H.
Harrison, wife and daughter, Cleve-
land, 0.
Cocoa House, Cocoa, Fla.-Among
the guests at the Cocoa House are
Messrs. Geo. 0. Bruce and H. C.
Tuttle of Indianapolis, Ind.; Mr. E.
H. Tomlinson of Jacksonville; Rev.
Mr. McQuarrie of Stuart, Fla.; Mis-
ses Helen Button, Florence and
Katherine Welch of Philadelphia,
Pa.; Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Dulin of
Springfield, Tenn.; their daughter,
Mrs. McLeod and grand-daughter,
Miss Jane McLeod of Madisonville,
Ky.; Mr. R. H. Cable of New York;
Mrs. C. J. F. Campbell of Mel-
bourne; Mrs. Cora R. Franz of
Jacksonville; Miss Davis and$ her
sister Mrs. Sellers of New York;
Mr. and Mrs. Walton Cool of Den-
ver, Colo.; Mr. and Mrs. Cool have
been sightseeing down the coast and
have returned to rest and enjoy life
at the Cocoa House. *
St. George Hotel, St. Augustine, Fla.
Mr. and Mrs. T. E. White, of
Boston, Mass., are at the St. George
tended stay in the Ancient City.
Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Van Deusen,
of Westfield, Mass., are stopping at
the St. George. Mr. Van Deusen
is a prominent whip manufacturer
of Westfield.
Dr. and Mrs. Littig and son of
Davenport, Ia., are enjoying several
days in St. Augustine and while here
aa guests at the St. George.
I r. and Mrs. Alex Sawyer and
.n- Annie Sawyer of Jackson,Mich
are guests at the St. George while
in the Ancient City.


Chautauqua Hotel, St. Augustine, Fla.
Fla.-Mr. and Mrs. B. Ryall, of Sar-
atoga Springs, N. Y., are visiting in
the Ancient City for some time.
They are guests at the Chautauqua.
Mr. and Mrs. John K. Slyck of
Columbus, 0., are guests at the
Chautauqua for several days in St.
Augustine.
Mr. John H. Mahon is a promi-
nent citizen of Fort McCoy who is
spending the day in the Ancient City
on business. He is registered at the
Chautauqua while in the city.,
Mr. Jos. H. Walsh is to be compli-
mented on his appointment as State
agent for The Firestone Tire and
Rubber Co., America's largest ex-
clusive tire makers. Mr. Walsh will
be pleased to demonstrate to motor-
ists the superiority of "Firestone"
tires.
THE EXTRACT OF THE FLOR-
IDA PALMETTO BERRY com-
bined with delicious tropical fruit
flavors and pure percolated syrup
made from granulated sugar is all
and all that makes Palmetto Phos-
phate so very delicious.
If you have not tried it you should
call for Palmetto Phosphate the
next time you step up to a fountain.
It is also equally as good in bottles
sold everywhere where soft drinks
are sold.
Buckingham Hotel, St. Augustine, Fla.
Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Williams are
guests at the-Buckingham for sever-
al days in the Ancient City.
Mr. and Mrs. Walton Chess are
guests at the Buckingham for an ex-
tended say in the Ancient City.
Mrs. D. U. Maxson, of Havana, is


Fred E. Gilbert Co.







DISTRIBUTORS FOR
Thomas-Flyer, Stoddard-Dayton, "National" Jaxon and Maxwell Cars.
Gilbert's Garage 7 CORNER LAURA AND CHURCH
Gilbert's Gag II 11 STREETS
Finest in the U. S. buN JACKSONVILLE, FLA.


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Hotel and Other News.


in St. Augustine for a stay of three
or four weeks. While here she is a
guest at the Bucking ham.
Mr. John H. Bell and Mrs. Bell, of
Prince Edward's Island, Canada, are
guests at the Buckingham for sev-
eral days. Mr. Bell is King's coun-
cillor.
Marion Hotel, St. Augustine, Fla.-
Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Smith. and friend
are in the city from Toronto, Cana-
da, and are registered at the Marion.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Pope of Knox-
ville, Tenn., are guests at the Marion
while in St. Augustine, Fla.
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Landaw of
St. Louis are guests at the Marion
while sightseeing in St. Augustine.
Dr. Comstock and wife are at the
Marion. They are enjoying the
sights which the Ancient City
affords.
Magnolia Hotel, St. Augustine, Fla.-
Mr. and Mrs. John P. Crawford,
daughter Miss Elizabeth, and son
John P. Jr., are among the guests
at the Magnolia.
Mrs. L. M. Kendrick and Arline
Kendrick, of Meriden, Conn., are re-
cent arrivals in the city and are reg-
istered at the Magnolia.
Mr. and Mrs. J. 0. Evans and Mrs.
Eliza Evans, of Winchester, Ky.,
are recent arrivals at the Magnolia.
Florida Home, St. Augustine, Fla.-
Mr. John T. Garrison of Hensen,
Fla., is a prominent guest at the
Florida House.
Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Kissinger are
prominent guests at the Florida
House.
Mr. and Mrs. George J. Kauffman,
Mr. and Mrs. Ed T. Martin and Mr.
Frank W. Dickinson are prominent
Baltimore people who are guests at
the Florida House.
The Kenwood, St. Augustine, Fla.-
Is now open under the new and able
management of Mrs. J. L. Morgan,
formerly proprietress of the Royal
Palms, Jacksonville. Alterations
have just been completed making
this one of the most up-to-date
small hotels in St. Augustine.
Rooms are equipped with private
baths, hot' and cold water, steam
heat and are exceptionally well fur-
nshed and delightfully pleasant. The


social rooms are attractively and
beautifully furnished, leaving the
impression of a refined home. The
table is especially good.
The Willson, Jacksonville.-This is
not only one ,of the most conven-
ient small hotels in the city, but
one where the rooms are confort-
able, light, airy and exceptionally
large. Every room has four win-
dows and hot and cold running
water. The guest is assured home
like privacy and still has every ac-
commodation of a larger hotel.
Among recent arrivals are Mr. and
Mrs. N. E. Byron, New Orleans,
La.; Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Wareham,
Bellesplaine, Iowa; Miss Vail, Char-
lotte, N. C.; Geo. B. Gray and wife,
Westbrook, Maine; M. B. Steich,
Tyrone, Pa.; B. Slattery and wife,
Ottawa, Can.; A. Heclere, Ottawa,
Can.; R. F. Cark and wife, Wash-
ington, Conn.; Edwin E. Bailey,
Rochester.
Quisisana Spa and Hotel. Green Cove
Springs.-This beautiful Spanish
mission hotel, situated on the banks
of the St. Johns river, thirty miles
South of Jacksonville, has just been
completely overhauled and newly
decorated, and in all its equipment
is one of the best appointed hotels
in the State. It is a pure type of
early Spanish mission architecture,
built around a patio wherein is a
fountain and every variety of semi-
tropical plant, cloisters, vine envel-
oped pergolas and large sun parlor.
The mission style is the only build-
ing suitable to this climate. The
Quisisana is consistent throughout
even to its furnishings, and has Its
own electric light, water and ice
plants. The famous Quisissana
warm sulphur spring immediately
adjoins the hotel, flowing at the rate
of 4,000,000 gallons a day fur-
nishes the hotel with hot and cold
running spring water in every room,
and supplies ten private and one
public pool, the latter 45x80 feet,
the water constantly changing. The
Casino in which the pools are situat-
ed is completely covered with glass
and is used by thousands who bathe
for health and pleasure. Nine-hole
golf links, the property of the hotel.


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Hotel and Other News.


Hotel "The Palms", West Palm Beach
Fla. is a home-like hotel, well ap-
pointed, giving the comfort without
the cost of the more. expensive ones,
Fronting on beautiful Lake Worth,
opposite the Royal Poinciana Hotel,
recently enlarged by a four-story
stone edition, making it the most at-
tractive hotel in West Palm Beach.
First-class service. White waitress-
es and cooks from the famous White
Mountain Hotels are employed, in-
suring first-class service to guests.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Woodruff, of
Salem, 0., have returned, as usual,
to spend the winter at the Palms.
Jefferson Hotel, West Palm Beach-
Mr..Charles B. Pettibone, a promi-
nent citizen of Meloburne, spent
yesterday in this city, a guest of the
Jefferson.
Mrs. Agnes Newcomb and little
daughter Georgia of Miami spent
the first of the week with Capt. C.
N. Newcomb and family at The
Hotel Jefferson.
Seminole Hotel, West Palm Beach-
H. C. Milton, of Dania, spent
Thursday in this city, a guest of the
Seminole.
The Seminole has been remodeled
and refurnished and is now con-
ducted on the European Plan, un-
der the management of Jas Elliot


& Son, Proprietors. Amonge those
registered are, Geofl A. Fries, Wash-
ington, D. C.; J. E. Sherman, St.
Louis, Mo.; J. L. Walter, St. Louis,
Mo.; Robt. and Wm. Tyler, Med-
ford, Wis.; W. H. Jones, Richmond,
Va.; Harry Gray, Bridgeport, Conn.;
C. C. Havens and wife, Avon By
The Sea, N. J.; V. M. Warner and
wife, Storm Lake, Iowa'; Dr. J. E.
Wright, Jacksonville, Fla.; Geo. H.
Cloak and wife, Los Angeles, Cal.;
W. L. Gassaway and wife, South
Carolina; A. Goldberg, New York;
H. A. Kendall and wife, Louisville,
Ky.; S. M. Landing, Greenwood,
Minn.; T. H. Peck and wife, Chica-
go.
The English Inn and Tea Room-
The management of The English
Inn and Tea Room, state that hav-
ing completed arrangements to stay
open the year around in Jackson-
ville, instead of closing up as they
did last summer, they are going to
offer for the approval of their pat-
rons a noon and evening table D'-
Hote dinner at 40 cents, and the
public 'can rest assured that they
will get the same high-class service
with this dinner as with the a la
carte service, and also that it will
- be equal, if not better than dinners
advertised at over double this price.


THE EIllMN IND EARMIN RNlEi THE PALMS
IN THE PALMS West Palm Beach, Fla.
West Palm Beach, Florida
The Earman is now open under entirely new qAll modern conveniences
management. The service is the best. Rates
$2.00 and up. Wn invite the patronage of gFinely Located
Commercial Men. Most centrally located near .Excellent fishing
all attractions.
F. G. MACK - Lessees - C. M. MACK
Open All the Year. Rates: $2.50 per day and up

Currie Investment & Guarantee Company, of West Palm Beach, Florida
CAPATILIZED FOR $100,000.00
Deals in Abstracts, Loans. Insurance & Real Estate. Our Specialty, Lake Front Town Sites

THE PIONEER BANK
FORMERLY THE DADE COUNTY STATE BANK
WEST PALM BEACH, FLA.

LAKE WORTH MERCANTILE CO.
WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA
Our Specialties: Hardware, Sporting Goods and Marine Hardware









Palm Beach and West Palm Beach.


Palm Beach, considered the garden
spot of all Florida, Is located be-
tween Lake Worth and the At-
lantic. On the beach there is ex-
cellent surf bathing. Fishing fa-
cilities are afforded by an iron pier
extending into the sea. There Is no
better fishing in Florida than at
Palm Beach, where the gamy sail-
fish and king-fish is found. One
may take numerous trips-the
jungle trail, out through forest
growth; the alligator farm; and
to the rubber tree, in wheel-chairs,
the popular vehicle. Afternoon tea
is served on the lawn of the Royal
Poinciana, the largest tourist hotel
in the world. Palm )Beach is orna-
mented by thousands of cocoanut,
trees, due to the wreck of the
Spanish brig Providencia whose
cargo consisting of tcocoanuts was
washed ashore many years ago.


HOTEL


AMERICAN
Remodeled,


West Palm Beach.-The growth of
this city base been phenomenal.
Large and attractive business
houses have been erected, preten-
tious hotels and magnificent homes
have appeared. Within its corpor-
ate limits there are miles of hard-
surfaced streets, with broad, smooth
white coraline rock side-walks. The
city has fine sewerage and water
works systems; an electric light
plant, a modern city hall, and prog-
ress is noted on every hand. Each
winter the hotels and boarding
houses are crowded to their utmost
capacity. A number of elegant win-
ter homes are occupied by their
owners during the winter months.
The number of Northern people
who have purchased lots and built
winter homes has bestowed on
West Palm Beach the name "Cot-
tage City." West Palm Beach has
one bank; a magnificent public
school costing $40,000, and the rock
surfaced road to the back country,
Called the Okeechobee road, will
open up a wonderfully rich and at-
tractive territory for cultivation of
all kinds of fruits and vegetables.


SEMINOLE


WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA
PLAN RATES 2.50 PER DAY AND UP


Relurnlshed


and New Management


T - G W.VVest. Palm Beaoh, Florida
SUn. -...-- .m.'. . .N. , Formerly Brlggs Cottage
High-class boarding house. No consumptives taken. Rooms single and en suite with private
bath. Modern, convenient to hotels and post office. Evernia Street, one and one-half blocks
from Lake Worth. Carriage meets all trains.
Terms $2.50 per day, special by the week. Individual tables. Table board by arrangement.


Hotel Jefferson
West Palm Beach, Fla.
New and up-to-date in all re-
spects. Electric lights and bells
and running water in rooms.
All guests' chambers are on
second floor. One block from
Lake Worth, Rates $2.50 per
day.
ROBERT N. PAIGE,
Proprietor.


THE GABLES
"Among the Palms"
OPEN ALL THE YEAR 'ROUND
A first-class, thoroughly equipped and
up-to-date hotel, centrally located near
beautious LakeWorth. Table unexcelled
Rates $2.50 to $3.50 Per Day
Special by the week. Automobile;
meet all trains.
W. M. and R. C. MacGRIFF
Managers







MIAMI.


Miami is called the magic city of
Florida because it sprang full
grown out of the wilderness. It is
the southernmost tourist resort of
the East Coast. The fishing is un-
surpassed. It has an Ideal climate,
considered by many the most per-
fect in the United States. A large
number of house boats and pleas-
ure crafts winter on Biscayne Bay.
There are excellent roads for auto-
mobiles. From Miami the tourist
may go to the Bahama Islands by
the Peninsular and Occidental
Steamship Line which has an ex-
cellent winter schedule. The city
ranks among the first in the United
States In point of health. There
is entire freedom from malaria,
and there are no "prevailing dis-
eases." Chief of the glories of Mi-
ama is its fishing. There are yacts,
power boats and houseboats without
number on. this peaceful and shal-
low sea called Bay Biscayne. This
is the home of the game kingfish,
the Spanish mackerel, the amber-


jack and a dozen other favorites, in
quest of which the fishing boats go
outside the bay and upon the broad
Atlantic. There are sharks in great
numbers and also the great tarpon.
Many people who come here to es-
tablish winter homes only have
yielded to the charms of the tropics
and now live here the entire year.
In the protection of the trade winds
they have settled down permanent-
ly, knowing that they need fear
neither extreme heat nor cold. The
lure of the topics is not a misno-
mer. The drowsy sunlit days and
the gorgeous, restful nights are like
succeeding pages in the book of en-
chantment. Miami has at present
a resident population of between 5,-
000 and 6,000. In the winter months
this population is augmented by
the additional' thousands of visitors,
mostly of the wealthiest classes,
who come to enjoy the ideal climate
and the finest fishing in the world.
To accommodate these visitors there
are numerous hotels and boarding
houses.
For Hotels, see list on inside cover.


NMIA4MI, FLORIDA Gralynn is Miami's best
medium'priced hotel.
GRALYNN N Rates $3.00 Up
N, 0 W 0 OPEN SALEM GRAHAM, Owner


FORT DALLAS HOTEL
MR#. LILLIE FLANAGAN, Prop.
MIAMI, FLORIDA
Centrally Loaated, Large Airy Bedrooms, Private Baths, Bell Service, Elec-
tric Lights, Broad Yerandas, Elevator Service, Cuisine UTnexcelled,



HOTEL HALCYON

MIAMI, FLORIDA
March Villa-Discontinued
q On Avenue B, near Biscayne Bay, within a refined neighborhood. Convenient to Railway
Depot, Postoffice and business district of the city. Hotel Halcyon is an ideal winter home for
the tourist. Large, airy bed-rooms, baths, bell service, electric lights, a spacious lobby and
parlor, large, well lighted dining room and long wide verandas fronting east and south. White
domestic service, the best obtainable. Best of meats, vegetables and strawberries from our own farm
MRS. M. H. MARCH, Proprietress










Places of Interest in Florida.


DeLand is surrounded by pine for-
ests. Its climate and pleasures
will always invite the health seeker
and the tourist. There are many
extensive orange groves in the vi-
cinity. For hotel list see inside
cover.
Sanford is famous for its great celery
farms. Each year hundreds o
these farms are started. It is nom
known as the great celery center of
the United States. For hotel list
see inside cover.
Orlando is the county seat of Orange
county. It has a large colony ol
cottages and hotels. The broad
avenues extending into woodland
roads invite alike the wheelman,
the horseman and the automobilist.
The attractions of Orlando are in-
viting more and more winter resi-
dents, many of whom have built
homes about the pretty lakes. For
hotel list see inside cover.
Eustis enjoys a delightful location
surrounded by lakes and hills
where the hunting and fishing can-
not be excelled. For hotel list see
inside cover.
Tampa is the metropolis of South


Florida. Its equable climate is
likened by the experienced traveler
unto that of Italy. Nearly two
hundred cigar factories are located
in Tampa owing to these climatic
conditions. There are many inter-
esting places in Tampa. A visit to
the cigar factories watching the
cigar rollers at work is an interest-
ing sight. A dinner at one of the
famous Spanish restaurants will be
greatly enjoyed. Tampa has a mile
track where many large stables are
quartered for noe hundred days
each winter. Charming trolley
trips may be made to De Soto
Springs and Sulphur Springs. The
fishing about Tampa is excellent.
The hunting a few miles from
Tampa is unexcelled. A list of
good hotels will be found on inside
cover of this guide.
St. Petersburg is one of the most
popular resorts on the west coast of
Florida. It has a large number of
excellent hotels where visitors find
every convenience. The fishing in
the surrounding waters is famous.
Here every known south sea fish
abounds. For hotels see list on in-
side cover.


B 1 (l A Its pleasant, airy rooms, broad verandas and
I Ofr 1 EO T � well kept table make it one of the most de-
B o yd C t t '^lsirable, homelike places in Miami :-: :-: :-:
Near boulevard and overlooking Biscayne Bay. Convenient to
Railroad Stations
120 EIGHTH STREET MIAMI, FLORIDA

MIAMI Y A CHT & Builders of Yachts and working Bosts, Marine Railways and Machine Shop,
Gas Engines, Supplies, Repaiis to Hulls and Machinery Day or Ntght.
MACHINE CO., Inc., YACHT STORAGE A SPECIALTY
South End Avenue D Bridge Phone No. 247

REAL ESTATE AND FURtNISHED COTTAGES-Fine income paying
Grapefruit Groves for sale, also vegetable lands and improved tracts.|
Beautiful water front homes.
I IE. C. McALLISTER, 320, 12th Street, Miami, Florida.


LIVERY
Automobiles for hire to all points of
interest. 333 11th St.
PHONE 43 MIAMI. FLA.


Farr's NoveltyShop
221-12th ST., MIAMI, FLA.
Souvenirs and Jewelry, Genuine Alli-
gator Goods. A complete line of
Foreign and Domestic Jewelry and
other Novelties








THE ST. JOHNS RIVER TRIP.
The St. Johns River is undoubtedly one of the most fascinating of all
American rivers and throughout its entire length of 170 miles every turn in
its course brings into view some entrancing scene. Its source is in the north-
west corner of the Florida Everglades and unlike most of our rivers, which
flows southward, this one reverses the order of things and flows in a gen-
eral northerly direction into the Atlantic Ocean at a point some twenty-five
miles beyond Jacksonville.
Leaving Jacksonville the boats make a run of sixty miles to Palatka.
During this portion of the journey the river for the most part is broad and
open and the course is comparatively straight. Several attractive villages
are passed on either side notable among them being Mandarin, the for-
mer winter home of Harriet Beecher Stowe, Orange Park, the island
town of Hibernia, Magnolia Point and Springs with Popo Point opposite,
Green Cove Springs with its broad bay and crystal waters, Old Field
Point with San Patricio Point on the opposite bank, Picolata and its
historic Narrows, Federal Point, Forrester Point and then Palatka.
Picolata is historically famous, as near this spot some two hundred years
ago a Spanish fort and settlement was captured by the British in
1740 and afterward abandoned. Later, in the Seminole Indian War, the
United States Government occupied it as a military post and it was again
considered of strategic importance in the war of 1861-65.
Palatka is the starting point for the trip on the upper portion of the
St. Johns, which from here to Georgetown-at the entrance to Lake George
-and from Volusia Bar-where the steamer leaves the lake-to Sanford on
Lake Monroe, is narrow and tortuous.
The waters of the river and the numerous lakes of which it is formed
are teeming with black bass, small mouth bass, pickerel, catfish, grinnel and
perch of many varieties making these headwaters of the St. Johns a veritable
sportman's paradise.
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226 Hogan Street.


Don't Be Discouraged



[7 =F YOU are looking for extra fine truck and
. farms lands, well located-SEE US. We have
satisfied others who have become discour-
aged in their search for such land. We can
do the same for you.
DEEP, BLACK Loam Soil, with Clay sub-
soil, near Jacksonville; on main line of the
V Seaboard Air Line Railway, with three express
trains each way daily.

Maxville Farm & Development

Company
S205 Hogan St., Jacksonville, Fla.









THE OCKLAWAHA RIVER TRIP.
However limited- your stay in Florida must be, and even though it in-
volve the sacrifice of some other favorite or coveted pleasure, two days should
be set aside for a trip up the romantic Ocklawaha River.
Leaving Palatka, the steamboats pass up the St. Johns River twenty-
five miles, where they enter the old forests of the Ocklawaha, of towering
cypress, pine and palmetto, clad in vines and air plants, and reach the termi-
nus at Silver Springs, about one hundred and thirty-five miles.
The flora and fauna of the entire route excite continuous interest, and
the ever-widening current abounds in alligators and turtles. Semi-tropical
birds of fine plumage add to the wilderness of the picturesque scenery.
A round trip from Palatka to Silver Springs and return, both up and
down the stream, affords a view by daylight, of all the most beautiful
parts of the river. No tourist has seen the most beautiful natural
scenery of Florida if he has not sailed up and down the swift and mystical
current of this romantic stream, one of the most famous rivers of America
that have attained distinction.
Silver Springs are the outlet of an underground river that daily dis-
charges into the Ocklawaha River three hundred million gallons of water.
These springs have a surface area of about three acres, and are contained in
five limestone basins bearing names suggested by the hues of the rock and
the variegated mosses therein. The largest basin is about eighty-five feet
deep by two hundred wide, and the water is so transparent that a dime thrown
to the bottom can be clearly seen, and all objects placed in this water im-
mediately take on an iridescent glow.
The transparent and marvellous waters of Silver Springs run for nine
miles, pouring into the Ocklawaha a crystal stream, over which the steam-
boats pass, so mirror-like, that fish, turtles, alligators, and all living things
therein seem as if suspended in air.
There are many Indian sand mounds along this river, containing orna-
mental and useful implements of stone and copper.
Jacksonville Ticket Office 205 Hogan Street, opposite Park Hotel.

You can get a Free Map of Jacksonville
Or Any Information About Real Estate Both City and State at
the Office of
ALBERT FENDIG & CO.
Buckman Building (Opposite Post Office) JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA
SAMPLE Orange Blossom Perfume at Imeson's Curio Store, 226 Hogan St.

Jacksonville Railroad Offices
ATLANTIC COAST LINE R. R............................ 138 W. Bay
CENTRAL OF GEORGIA R. R............................. 224 W. Bay.
FLORIDA EAST COAST R. R. ........................... 20 Julia St.
FRISCO LINES ........................................ 208 W. Bay.
GEORGIA, SOUTHERN AND FLORIDA R. R............... 16 Hogan St.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R. .............................. 27 Hogan St.
LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE R. R. ..................... 118 W. Bay.
MOBILE & OHIO R. R................................. 212 W. Bay.
NASHVILLE, CHATTANOOGA AND ST. LOUIS R. R.. .......124 W. Bay
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILWAY, ...................... 212 West Bay St.
SOUTHERN R. R. ...................................... 108 W. Bay.

Jacksonville Steamship Offices
INTER-OCEAN STEAMBOAT CO........................ 205 Hogan St.
BEACH AND MILLER LINE ............................. Foot Laura St.
CLYDE S. S. LINE ................................... 122 W. Bay.
MERCHANTS AND MINERS' T. O. ....................... 25 Hogan St.
SAVANNAH 8. S. LINE. ................................. 21) W. Bay.
THE OCKLAWAHA RIVER TRIP........................205 Hogan St.






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ANTIQUES
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION
The Greatest Collection ever shown in the South
for one week only, at 228 W. Bay Street
JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
THE BIGGS ANTIQUE CO.
B. C. BUFORD, In Charge.


THE ARRINCIGTOxN HOTEL
MRS. ELIZABETH ARRINGTON, Proprietress.
417 W. FORSYTH, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
Modern Conveniences. Telephone 3351. American and European Plan.

THE ALIFORNIA 310-312 Newnan Street
TH CALIFOI JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
FIRST CLASS ROOMS AND BOA!'ZD
A nice place for nice people. TELEPHONE 4708


230 U. Bap %t.






ALWAYS VISIT *r J O sr ch
THE onda starm
AND ZOOLOGICAL GARDENS
Riding and Driving of Ostriches at 11 a. m. and 3 p. m.
TAKE FAIRFIELD CARS


Where to Dine Well.

ENGLISH INN AND TEA ROOM-230 W. Bay.
ENGLISH INN AND TEA ROOM- . ..... Hotel Everett Buffet.
Business Men's Lunch ......... . .. ........... Canea Bros.
THE SH... . . . . . . . . . LBOURNE-117 W. ChurchCanepa Bro.Street.
THE SHELBOURNE-117 W. Church Street.


ALBERT CAFE-15 W. Adams Street.
PLAZA CAFE-22 W. Forsyth Street.
SIMKINS' OYSTER AND CHOP
FRIED'S CAFE-177 W. Forsyth St.
GILREATH'S RESTAURANT-223 W.
CLOVER LEAF CAFE-S13 Main St.
CLOVER LEAF CAFE-28 Laura St.


HOUSE-2 15 Forsyth Street.

Bay.


HOTEL CUMBERLAND
NEW YORK
BROADWAY AT 54TH STREET
Near 50th St. Subway Station and 53rd St. Elevated.
"Broadway" Cars
from Grand Central
Depot passes the
New and Fireproof
Best Hotel Accom-
modations in New
i - York at Reasonable
4 i tRates
\I- T- \ $2.50 with bath,
ti - � and up
European Plan
_ All hard yod floors
and oriental rugs
Sr T en minutes- walk
to 20 Theatres

Excellent Restaurant
I *Prices moderate.
Send for Booklet.
HARRY P. STIMSON, Formerly with Hotel Imperial.
R. J. EINGHAM, Formerly with Hotel Woodward.
Only New York Hotel window-screened throughout.


Make Your

Reservations for

the Famous



OCKLAWAHA

RIVER TRIP

ROUND TRIP

$13.00
AT


205 Hogan St.








E V ER YB 0


D Y'S


An Ideal Winter Home
We would suggest a lot on the Beach front, where the
shining white sand, the rippling waves and the pleasant
sunshine cause one to forget the winter time. We would
like to have you see our River front lots-high banked,
the immense live oaks festooned with the beautiful Span-
ish moss, where one can make a veritable paradise here
on earth. Or if you want farm lands, real farm lands,
where the soil is rich and black and the 'yellow clay
subsoil is deep, where you can grow anything and every-
thing; where you will have unexcelled railroad facilities
and so near Jacksonville that you can run in in thirty
five minutes. No matter what you want, we have it.
Come to our offices.
911 West Bay Street, Jacksonville, Florida.
FLORIDA LAND SYNDICATE
One and one-half bocks from depot.

Kennedy-Brown-Hall Co., Jaoksouville, Pla.


Travel Inform action Bureau
EIWe have traveled through the South and
have gathered information and literature
on all the interesting places, which we
will gladly give you.
q1 We can give valuable information about
hotels in Florida and everywhere through-
out the country. We will describe the
picturesque Florida river trips, including
the connections and fares. We can tell
you all about the best places to shop.

4 You are cordially invited to make use of the maps, railroad and steam-
ship time tables, hotel booklets and other valuable literature to be
found in our office.

205 Hogan Street o Jacksonville., Florida