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BE A BOOSTER FOR MIAMI



Southern Bank & Trust Co.

MIAMI, FLORIDA


STATE, COUNTY AND
CITY DEPOSITORY
CAPITAL $100,000.00

*

J. E. LUMMUS, President

" 4% INTEREST PAID ON SAVINGS 4%





"THIS WEEK IN MIAMI"
Published by
T. J. McLEAN
Park Theatre Building.
For the benefit of tourists and supported by reputable busi-
ness men, and is of interest to the home people as well as visitors.
The output of these Guides is 4,000 each week.
They are distributed free from Hotels, Restaurants, Stores,
Rest Rooms, Banks, Foster's Information Bureau, West Palm
Beach, St. Augustine, Jacksonville, and a distributor meeting
incoming trains, also at sight-seeing busses which leave Wom-
an's Club Building 9:30 A. M., and 2:00 P. M.
Your ad is solicited and a copy of The Guide will be mailed
free to any one upon application.
CONTENTS
Program of all Theatres in Miami.


Apartments
A aviation
Bathing
Bus Lines
q ball
churches s
,lubs
I-'xpress
Fishing
Fraternal Organizations
Golf
Hotels
History of Miami


Homestead and Bueia Vista
Library
Motoring
Points of Interest
Polo
Postal Information
Public and Office Bldg.
Statistics
Tennis
Telegraph
Train Schedules
Yachting


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ROYAL PALM AUTO I ARCADE OPTICAL CO.
SERVICE 123 Central Arcade
Phone 6086 A good place to go for optical
Automobiles for Hire work.
Baggage Transferred
221 N. E. 2nd Ave. 1 Dr. A. L. Neuenschwander, I
All Night Service. Optometrist and Optician.




POPULATION OF 100,000 BY 1925


First Street-One half Square east of Post Office


HOTEL OHIO

"THE MOST ATTRACTIVE LOBBY IN MIAMI"

Just Open. Attractive Rates.
9

HOTELS
t ,e Location Manhattan............141 N. Miami Ave.
I /A. c.olm ....... .....222 N. E. 3rd St. Martinique ...............226 N. E. 1st St.
.'. 'dria....................................... Mechanics...............38 N. W. 8th St.
........Miami Ave. and N. W. 2nd St. Miami Beach inn............Miami Beach
Al Fresco..................169 N. E. 6th St. Minneapolis............1384 N. E. 5th St.
Alpha....................35 N. E. 2nd St. N. Bay Shore Inn............Lemon City
Alta Vista ............... 31 N. E. 2nd Ave. Oaks........................421 N. W. 3rd St.
American ....................123 S. Miami Ave. Ocean Side Inn..................Miami Beach
Arcade ................ 135 N. E. 1st St. Ohio........................161 N. E. 1st St.
Beicher .............440 N. E. 2nd Ave. Oxford................ 140 N. Miami Ave.
Biscayne.................10 E. Flagler St. Paramount.............18 S. E. 1st St.
Boyd Cottage ...........242 N. E. 4th St. Pershing...............226 N. E. 1st Ave.
Breakers ............................ Miami Beach Plaza .................316 N. Bayshore D.
Brown ........................... Miami Beach Poinsettia..................117 N. E. 2nd St.
Central ...........225 N. E. 1st Ave. Roberts ..........24 West Flagler St.
Esmeralda............444 N. Bay Shore D. Royal Palm............South Bay Shore D.
Flamingo........................ Miami Beach Royalton .................132 E. Flagler St.
Frances...........19-21 N. E. 3rd St. Rutherford..........1...........35 N. E. 3rd St.
Gamble........................26 S. E. 2nd St. San Carlos .................202 N. E. 1st St.
,.ralynn...................134 S. E. 1st Ave. Savoy ........................252 N. W. 2nd St.
Grand..............72 N. W. 2nd St. Sawtelle .......................144 N. E. 5th St.
Graystone...............529 N. E. 1st Ave. Security .................117 N. E. 1st Ave.
Green Tret Inn........................... Seminole.................... 53 E. Flaglei St.
.......N. E. 2nd Ave. & N. E. 1st St. Strand................... 226 N. E. 2nd St.
Halcyot,... N.E. 2nd Ave. & E. Flagler Sunshine Inn.................Coconut Grove
Jefferson ................245 S. W. 2nd Ave. Tamiami............... 203 W. Flagler St.
Lexington .N.E. 1st St.&N.E. 3rd Ave. United Staes ........... 165 N. W. 2nd St.
Lenox....................11 N. E. 2nd St. Urmey .......................34 S. E. 2nd Ave.
Lincoln ............. .......... Miami Beach Windsor ............... 105 N. E. 5th St.
Luverne ....................11 N. E. 1st St. Ye Peacock Inn................Buena Vista
McAllister .............. East Flagler St. Wofford ......................... Miami Beach
McCrory...........--.....27 E. Flagler St.




HOTEL ALABAMA

S. On the Dixie High-
way, 11 miles north.
rChicken dinners
our Specialty.

Phone for reserva-
tions.

Weekly rates for per-
manent guests.
W L. TURPIN, Prop.


(2)


EFF PERRY BUTLER
And His Staff,
ROY J. FULLER
Land Sales Specialists-Auction Sales held anywhere in the United States.
NOW SELLING-------
Westend Park-Silver Bluff-Belle Grove-Hawkins Park-Malabar Beach
MIAMI OFFICE: ATLANTIC CITY, N, J:
312-14-16 N. E. First Street. Headquarters Belair Court.


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IT'S JUNE IN MIAMI


DON'T MISS SEEING "THE BEAUTY SPOT OF MIAMI"

THE ORIGINAL TROPICAL GARDENS, ALLIGATOR
FARM AND JACK TIGERTAIL INDIAN VILLAGE

Reached by Auto or Sight-Seeing Bus
Where Nature Spreads Its Splendor
Which is Worth Traveling Many Miles to See

Exhibitions by the Alligator Boy 3:15 and 4:15 P. M.









TAKE THE STEAMER "DIXIE"rLEAVING ELSER PIER
9:30 A. M. and 2:00 P. M.


APARTMENTS FURNISHED


Name Location
Aplington............1105 N. E. 1st Ave.
Avondale................315 N. E. 2nd Ave.
Ban Yan................152 S. E. 3rd Ave.
Bay Shore Court.... 411 Bay Shore Ct.
Bay View ................ 234 N. E. 3rd St.
Berni-................... -- 204 N. Bay Shore D.
Billike..........................213 N. E. 5th St.
Boulevard................936 N. Bayshore D.
Brickell-... ..............186 N. E. 8th St.
Bulmer....................S. E. 8th St. & Bay
Causeway.................... 301 13th St. N. E.
Chamberlain................313 E. Flagler St.
Chapman..............139 W. Flagler St.
Chester.................... 161 N. E. 2nd St.
Chesterfield..............126 N. E. 6th St.
Cleveland................ 323 S. E. 1st Ave.
Clifford....................2724 N. E. 2nd Ave.
Clyde Court................56 S. E. 2nd St.
Colonial....................429 N. E. 2nd Ave.
Congress....................126 N. E. 6th St.
Connecticut...........120 N. E. 3rd St.
Craig.........----........... 227 N. W. 2nd St.
Crosel.--.......................223 E. Flagler St.
Dade .--............................13 N. E. 4th St.
Day................................260 S. W 1st St.
Dean............................119 N. E. 3rd St.
Del Rio....W. Flagler St. and River Dr.
Dennis............................12 N. W 5th St.
Ebsary.................. .....1405 Bay Shore Ct.
El Mar ................................Miami Beach
Fairfax.........................257 E. Flagler St.
Fairfax Court............26 N. E. 3rd Ave.
Field...............................49 N. E. 5th St.
Fink ................... ..........43 N. E. 4th St.
Fort Dallas ...............325 S. E. 1st Place
Fowler......................627 W. Flagler St.
Gallat Court................431 N. W. 3rd St.


Gautier........................240 N. E. 1st Ave.
Goodsell Court...........300 N. E. 14th St.
Harold ....................... 561 W. Flagler St.
Helene .................................. Miami Beach
Hibiscus ............................ -------Miami Beach
Holmer .......................136 N. E. 9th St.
Johnson...................----- 227 N. E. 2nd St.
Lafayette....................336 N. W. 2nd St.
Liberty ...........................13 S. E. 6th St.
Long ---- ----...........................233 N. E. 5th St.
Mackinaw....................-- 158 E. Flagler St.
Marion........................227 N. E. 3rd St.
Marshall........................225 N. W. 1st St.
Merwil....................1105 N. E. 2nd Ave.
Olmstead.......... ......-- -- 147 S. E. 3rd St.
Osceola.................-- ...-- 247 W. Flagler St.
Ostend....................101 N. Bay Shore D.
Palms............................242 N. E. 3rd St.
Point View........185 S. E. 14th Terrace
Principia............... 45 S. E. Second St.
Rio Vista....... ...........-- 262 W. Flagler St.
River View................293 S. W. 1st St.
Rose..................722 N. E. 2nd Ave.
Saragossa....................221 N. E. 3rd St.
Sea Crest..............................Miami Beach
Seminole....................265-9 N. W. 1st St.
Songer................30-38 S. W. 5th Ave.
Sutcliffe.......................------250 N. E. 1st St.
Toledo.................................. Miami Beach
Valencia ..............535 N. E. 2nd Ave.
Vendome....................9------06 N. E. 1st Ave.
Waddell........................ 30 N. Miami Ave.
Waldimere............1305 N. E. 2nd Ave.
Walker............. ........ 282 S. W. 1st St.
Washingtonia........1174 W. Flagler St.
Williams ..................151 N. E. 5th St.
Winton Court....- 127 N. E. 5th St.


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M. H. MARCH CENTRAL FRUIT
Lessee. STORE


SAN CARLOS HOTEL Best Fruits in Town
Fancy Boxes for shipment.
European Plan. 109 W. Flagler St.





THE LAND OF SUNSHINE AND PALMS

Phone 5877 A. C. KRIEGE, Mgr.

Ask for C. P. Root Beer
MIAMI C. P. ROOT BEER CO.
Manufacturers of C. P. Root Beer
1354 N. E. 1st Ave. MIAMI, FLA.



SEE HAVANA
SEE HAVANAo MIRAMAR INN
Four Day Trip $85.00
Five Day Trip $95.00 A select place to dine.
All Expenses Paid
Free Cuban Lecture every Tuesday. Phone 4428
Thursday and Saturday evening at
Womrnan's Club Hall, Miami. C' 1 VNiftfAT n
JONES TOURS, INC. D. S. .iLYNDEMANl Prop r.
Elser Pier Office open Nights.


PUBLIC BUILDINGS
Federal Building-Cost $220,000. Central Fire Station-Cost $16,000.
Postoffice occupies entire ground Complete auto equipment of most
floor. Second and third floors devo- modern pattern. W. Flagler St.
ted to Federal offices. First St. and adjoining City Hall.
First Ave. Sub-Station No. 2-Cost $6,000. Has
Court House-Cost $175,000. Entire ost o apparatus not housed at en-
lower floor taken up by offices for tri Fire Station. Miami Ave. and
N. Wv. 14th St.
county and state. Upper floor con-
tains court room and judze's office. Destructor 1lant Cost $16,000.
Location W. Flagler St. Built 1913. Large city incinerator
plant.
County Jail-Cost $40,000. Three
floors of cells for county prisoners,
Location 1st St. and N. W. 1st Ave.
City Hall-Cost $50,000. All city
offices including Mayor's, built 1907. -
Location W. Flagler St.

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? Men Look Up to Us for Clothes

Satisfaction

When a store has built its prestige through selling the
highest type of merchandise at value-giving prices that
? Store is marked as the place to trade. The public has
learned to confide in its policies and merchandise.



R. W. RHODES


37 Years of Knowing How


52 E. Flagler Street





THE PLAYGROUND OF THE WORLD


LITTLE RIVER

Five .Miles North of Miami on the Dixie Highway
Desirable acreage in small and large tracts. Homes and bay front
property our specialty.
A. B. JANES REALTY CO.
Over 20 years here. We know values.



SMALL AND SANE PROFITS
Often repeated, are the Foundation of Modern Wealth.
"WATCH US GROW."



433 North Miami Avenue


I^-OO Oo OOO "O O-- O.-O----- O--- .. O .... ..O O -O ^


PARK THEATRE
All Week-
The Lewis-Worth Stock Co., presents the laugh
BEDS."



HIPPODROME
Sunday, Monday and Tuesday-Jackie Coogan in "M:
new smiles and a hundred lovable pranks for
has rarely been equalled on the screen.
Wednesday and Thursday-"FALL OF BABYLON,'
and stupendous scenes.
Friday and Saturday-"THE SONG OF LIFE" te.
together in this melody of life and love.


American Shoe Shop
14 N. E. First St.
15 S. Miami Ave.


,4 g 04 O O OmQOo*0"O-.0 9


ble farce-comedy "TWIN






y Boy." He has a hundred
you. An attraction which

" unrivalled in spectacular

ars and hearts are welded


TRUM A N C. LORD'S
TALENT SHOP
COSTUMES FOR RENT
PHONE 7261
CENTRAL ARCADE BUILDING
Suite 241-243


Learn to Paint in
COLOR
OUTDOORS
FRITZ PFEIFFER
923 N. E. 2nd Ave.
Exhibition of Paintings Daily
9A. M. to 7 P.M.




THE LAND OF SUNSHINE AND PALMS


: FLOWERS FOR EVERY OCCASION
WE SPECIALIZE IN ROSES

EVERGREEN GARDENS :
" AA T WATCH US GROW
ALLAPATTAH DRIVE PHONE CONNECTION ;
'.... ***.. .. *.... .. ............,..,........ ...... .g ...... ... 4, 44,
-..---...- ...- ...-......0.-0......e.0.0...,..._......................o...... -...-
Get Your Mail Anytime Telephone and Messenger Service
f PRIVATE
POST OFFICE LOCK BOXES
FOR RENT "
232 Republic Building Opposite Post Office i




INTERESTING FACTS ABOUT MIAMI
Southernmost city on mainland of Finest Elks' Home in South.
the United States. Terminus of Dixie Highway and
Largest City south of Jacksonville five other National Highways.
on Florida East Coast. Winter home of Wm. J. Bryan.
Fourth largest city in Florida. Growth for last 20 years: 1910
Population 35,000. census, population 7,240. The 1919
Fastest growing resort in world, census, 31,713. Last year visited by
Annual mean temperature 74.03 de- over 350,000 visitors.
agrees.
Longest wooden bridge in the
world.
New Causeway costing $1,000,000.
Six hundred miles of hard surfaced
roads in Dade County.
Fifty miles paved streets, twenty-
eight miles concrete( walks, thirty
miles sewers.
Five city parks.
Eight school buildings.
Six banks, deposits $10,000,000.




FOR A HOME IN MIAMI, SEE

"THE MAN FROM MAINE" u
I will build yon an artistic 5 or 6-room Bungalow, fireplace, bath, up-to-
date, all improvements, ON A DESIRABLE LOT RIGHT IN THE CITY,
FOR FROM $3,500 to $5,000 CASH, AS GOOD OR BETTER than has been
selling for $6,000 to $9,000. Half cash will cost you a little more. HIGH
QUALITY, LOW PRICE, ought to interest you. Ask me to prove what I say,
NO OBLIGATION ON YOUR PART.

THE HOME IN HEAVEN
I cannot positively GUARANTEE, but if you follow the teachings of the
Good Book, Love God, deal justly with your fellowman, MY OPINION IS they
will let you have a desirable location in the City on High.
The Home in Miami you can secure NOW. THE HOME IN HEAVEN
COMES LATER.
EDGAR F. HANSON, 1120 W. Flagler St.




THE PLAYGROUND OF THE WORLD


Oil!


Oil!


t We are tapping the bowels of the earth with a 4000 foot
well and will release the millions of oil that may be
hidden there.
This is your golden opportunity. A$10.00 bill may make
you rich. Investigate. Call and be convinced.
Stocks advancing twice a week.

Consolidated Oil & Gas Co.
Incorporated
12 E. Flagler Street


INTERESTING FACTS ABOUT MIAMI-(Continued.)
When the snow flurries in the relatives and friends of its beauty and
north and the thermometer drops to healthfulness.
freezing or zero point one commences When you step off the train you
to yearn for a trip to the Southland. get a glimpse of a thriving bustling
The lure of the Tropics is contagious Metropolis and within a few short
just as the final calendar month of hours visitors are priviledged to note
the year "December" is turned and that they are encompassed by a city
as Miami's climate is undisputed, of beautiful homes and truly a Mecca
tourists commence to migrate and for tourists and home seekers. If one
invariably select the Magic City as should tour into the city via the Dix-
their objective point. Those "In the ie Highway beautiful drives lead to
Know" are satisfied that Miami of- various points of interest and beau-
fers varied inducements for those tiful scenes greet the eye at every
seeking rest and recreation and its turn.
environments make it a coveted re- You furthermore never get lone-
sort in a long list of places in the some in Miami for there is plenty of
Tropical Zone. room and plenty of company and va-
Thousands of these varied classes ried inducements to make your so-
flock here to escape the icy blasts to- journ a pleasant one. For the enter-
gether with sleet and snow of the tainment and amusement of visitors
north, in fact one meets people from Miami has 8 Theatres and Auditori-
every point of the compass as the ums with a seating capacity of over
season progresses. The land of Sun- 1,000 persons and 4 Casinos, which
shine and Palms is fast becoming the are liberally patronized not to men-
tion bathing pavilions and beaches
Playground of the World, and tour- that make it a pleasure resort worth
ists who come here hasten to advise while.


E. A. ROBINSON
ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR
Showroom 28-30 S. E. 1st Ave.
We have a large assortment of Fixtures, Percolators. Irons,
Toasters, and Ranges. PHONE 5825.


Chicken Dinners-Afternoon Tea Parties L
For Reservations Write Box 35, Route A
TROPICAL INN
DANCING
Private Dining Room for Parties
Bryan Park is Opposite Us and reached by Coral Gables Bus
. We are on the Ta-Miami Trail
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PROGRESSIVE HOMESTEAD


SEMINOLE CAFE
"THE SQUARE MEAL PLACE"
Excellent Home Cooking
Sunday Dinners a Specialty.
MRS. GUSSIE E. JOINER, Prop'r.
(Formerly Mrs. J. W. English.)

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W. D. HORNE, President CHAS. T. FUCHS, Vice-President
W. M. BRADLEY, Cashier.
E. Z. CROWLEY, Asst. Cashier.

BANK OF HOMESTEAD
Capital $25,000.00
Surplus $17,000.00.
Deposit Insured HOMESTEAD, FLORIDA
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POSTAL INFORMATION.
Branch postal offices are maintained at W. Flajiler St., and S. W. Twelfth
Ave., N. E. Eleventh St. and Miami Ave., N. W. Sixth St. and N. W. Third
Ave., N. E. 2nd Ave., and N. E. Twenty-Third St.


Days
Atlanta ................................................ 11/2
Baltimore ....................... ..... 2
Boston ............................................... 2%1
Buffalo ............................................... 2/2
Chicago .......................................... 3
Cincinnati ....................................... 2/2
Cleveland ......................................... 3
Detroit ................. ...................... 3
Havana, Cuba ................................. 1
Indianapolis ..................................... 2%

TELEGRAPH CABLE
Western Union-Flagler St. near
Miami Ave., day and night service.
Postal-131 First St., N. E. half
block east of postoffice. Open until
1 o'clock, A. M.


Days
Jacksonville ...................................... %
Kansas City ...................................... 3
Minneapolis ...................................... 41/2
Montreal .............................................. 3%
New York City .............................. 2
Philadelphia ...................................... 2
St. Louis ............................................ 3
San Francisco ................................. 7
Toronto .............................................. 3%
Washington ..................................... 3
Winnepeg .......................................... 5

EXPRESS
American Railway Express Co.
Office at N. W. First Ave. and 3rd
St.


SEMINOLE PHARMACY
In a Class by Itself for Up-to-date Merchandise
UNEXCELLED SODA FOUNTAIN
Delightful accommodations for Ice Cream Parties.
HOMESTEAD, FLA.




TERBURG BROS.
Engineers and Constructors
General Contractors
MIAMI, FLA.
And Horne Bldg., Homestead, Fla.
Miami Phone 2100 Homestead Phone 24-2
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THE LAND OF SUNSHINE AND PALMS


The Homestead Growers'

Association
Cordially invites you to visit our packing plant and see our
method of handling and shipping.



W. D. HORNE CO.
Homestead, Florida.
HARDWARE, LUMBER, PAINTS, OILS, BUILDERS
SUPPLIES, DYNAMITE, FARM IMPLEMENTS
and TOOLS




PROGRESSIVE HOMESTEAD!

Of all the Citrus fruit planted in the Homestead district, grapefruit is
pre-eminently the favorite. Nowhere does this excellent fruit grow so deli-
cious, nor so profitably. The first carload of grapefruit shipped from Florida
for many seasons has come from the Groves of this wonderful district, bring-
ing the highest market prices always. Because of the peculiar soil and cli-
matic advantages with which this district is blessed, the grapefruit groves pay
large dividends regularly. Grapefruit trees will begin to bear at 3 years of
age, and increase annually as they grow larger. A grapefruit grove should
pay for itself, the fourth year after planting, and from then on yield a profit
of $500.00 per acre and upward each year, increasing with age, if properly
cared for. Another fruit very extensively grown in this section is the
Avocado Pear. It has been discovered that nowhere does this fruit grow bet-
ter than in Southern Florida, and the groves are a marvel to those who see
them. From time to time valuable information regarding Homestead will ap-
pear in the Guide.




HOMESTEAD FILLING STATION I

Gas, Oils, Greases, Tires, and Accessories
Vulcanizing and Repairs

PHONE 40-4 HOMESTEAD, FLA. i



ROYAL PALM TRUCKERS ASSOCIATION
HOMESTEAD, FLA.
Handling Nothing But First Grade Stock
NO FRUIT "JUST VEGETABLES."
Visitors cordially invited. 0
Our excellent vegetable packing is of unusual interest.





POPULATION OF 100,000 BY 1925


THE ESMERALDA DINING ROOM
Under personal management of Mrs. Chas. Robsham
All northern home cooking.
Weekly rates. Club Breakfast at 7:30 to 9:30 a. m. A la carte.
Special Luncheon 50c. 12 to 2 p. m.
Special Week Dinners 75c. 6 to 8 p. m.
Sunday Turkey or Chicken Dinners $1.00. 12 to 2 and 6 to 8 p. m.



LOOK FOR THE TRUCK OF THE ORIGINAL

CREAMY ROOT BEER

Made from the Juices of Roots, Barks and Berries and
Carbonated.
STHE WORLD'S FAMOUS HEALTH DRINK- 5c.
SAR .136 N. E. First Avenue



1 ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF TRAINS


MIAMI TO JACKSONVILLE


Leaves
Train 86.... 12:01 A. M.
Train 30.... 5:20 A. M.
Train 34.... 6:20 A. M.
Train 36.... 3:00 P. M.
Train 38.... 6:40 P. M.
Train 88.... 10:25 P. M.


Arrives
1:00 P. M.
7:40 P. M.
7:50 P. M.
9:30 A. M.
8:20 A. M.
11:45 P. M.


MIAMI TO KEY WEST


JACKSONVILLE TO MIAMI


Leaves
Train 33.... 9:00 A. M.
Train 29.... 9:30 A. M.
Train 85 .... 3:10 P. M.
Train 35.... 5:00 P. M.
Train 87.... 9:40 P. M.
Train 37.... 10:00 P. M.


Arrives
10:10 P. M.
12:30 A. M.
. 3:50 P. M.
10:45 A. M.
11:10 A. M.
11:30 A. M.


KEY WEST TO MIAMI


Leaves Arrives Leaves Arrives
Train 85.... 4:00 A. M. 9:10 A. M. Train 38 .... 8:50 A. M. 2:30 P. M.
Train 37.... 12:01 A. M. 5:40 P. M. Train 86.... 7:00 P. M. 11:50 A. M.

MIAMI TO NEW YORK
Havana Special (Train 86)-Leave
Miami 12:01 A. M.; arrive New York
6:25 P. M.


SCHOOL OF DANCING

SEYBOLD'S-CENTRAL ARCADE
37 East Flagler St.

BALLROOM AND AESTHETIC DANCES
Orchestra Night

Evening Classes Private Instruction Daily
Receptions-Wednesday Saturday Evening

Teachers
_ Prof. Ted Hill.
Carmilla Stansfield





THE PLAYGROUND OF THE WORLD


M. Ge


rber

Complete
House
Furnisher
From
Factory
to
Consumer


S. Pinkert



S


THE
MICHIGAN FURNITURE
COMPANY
First Court & 4th St. N. W.
Phone 5873


PALM PARK
Subdivision
Old 42nd Street
We are not giving away Luncheons,
Barbecues or Autos to attract your
money.
We are offering you the best located
lots and the best value for the price
in Miami.
Located within five minutes of Bue-
na Vista postoffice on the Dixie
Highway.
FOR FULL PARTICULARS CALL
AT PALM PARK OFFICES AND
GET A SQUARE DEAL AND
DOUBLE YOUR MONEY.
123 N.E. First St.
Miami


FOTOSHO.

Sunday and Monday--"THE GUTTERSNIPE" a photoplay with humor, thrill
adventure and romance.
Tuesday-Constance Binney in "THE CASE OF BECKY."
Wednesday and Thursday-"CALVERT'S VALLEY" also Eddie Polo in "THE
SECRET FOUR."
Friday-Mary Miles Minter in "TILLIE."
Saturday-Mixed Program.



AIRDOME.

All Week-Geo. B. Gardner's JONTEEL GIRLS," in a new musical comedy
and vaudeville. Change of program every other day.




Excellent Work and Prompt Service We Call For and Deliver


"MY VALET"

736 N. E. First Ave.
Phone 4218 Cleaning and Pressing



SUNSHINE INN TAXIDERMIST
Coconut Grove, Florida Alton Road and First Street
A. E. WELLS
Regular Meals, Turkey and Chicken MIAMI BEACH
Dinners-Afternoon Teas.
Suites, Cottages and Rooms for Rent Beautiful Mounted Fish and 'Gator
Special Attention Given to Parties, Novelties for Sale
Dinners, etc. 150 Specimens on Exhibit.
For reservations Telephone 74-J. 150 Specimens on Exhibit.
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BURDINES' SONS OTEL ALEXANDRIA EDGEHILL CAFETERIA
BURDINES' SONS HOTEL AEXAN IA A Homey Place to Eat with Home Folks
A I Home Cooked Meals that Satisfy
A COMPLETE DEPARTMENT STORE Franklin Deason, Prop. Formerly 9th Street Cafeteria
MIAMI, FLA. Under Connecticut Apartments
MIAMI, FLA. H116 N. E. Third St.
FORTY STORES UNDER ONE ROOF Miami Avenue and N. W. Second St. Specialties:
FORTY STORES UNDER ONE ROOF Waffles at any Time Proprietors:
European Plan. Delicious Salads Miss Jones Miss Rogers

QUALITY CLEANLINESS SERVICE I KOSHER I WE SERVE LUNCHES-HOT ROLLS
A Special Each Day
Theg HUNGARIAN RESTAURANT Food OSeciaty Ohoppe
SEYMOUR CAFETERIA Opposite Depot 241 N. W. 1st Ave. In thOver W. Flagler St. B lock
109-115 N. E. 3rd St. at First Ave. EXCELLE T COOKING home Made Bread, Pies and Cakes
On Street Level Prices moderate Cold Meats and Salads
LIGHT AND AIRY DINING ROOM LUNCH 50c DINNER 75c Picnic Orders a Specialty.
(Capacity 130) LUNCH 5 nic Orers a Specilty.
ELECTRIC FANS PRICES RIGHT i HOME COOKING Phone Connections.
B. 0. WmdLe, Prop.
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Waffles Served All Day CALENDAR FOR THE WEEK
HOTEL HALCYON- DANCING BOZOS
Saturday night, formal; Wednesday night, semi-formal; other nights, in-
formal
THIE I Tuesday and Friday, 9 to 11:30, Semi-formal. Dixie Tea House
SROYAL PALM HOTEL-
COLO1NNADE Wednesday and Saturday from 9 to 12. semi-formal.
4 HOTEL McALLISTER- On the Dixie Highway
r RDTA Every night 7:30 until 11:30, informal. On the Dixie Highway
CAFETERIA TROPICAL TEA GARDENS-NIGHTLY-
ELSER PIER-Dancing every night. Coleman's Orchestra. One-half mile North of
LUNA PARK-Special feature nightly-"Moonlight Dance." Buena Vista
"Andoff," Prop. TOURIST DAY at Miami, March 18th. 1
ST. PATRICK'S DAY DANCE at Casino St. John and K. of 0. Hall. The popular Rendezvous for
Food With That Home REYOUB CES-At Hialeah Race Track, every afternoon at 3 p. m. T a Discriminating Public
Flavor. Concerts in Royal Palm Park every afternoon and night except Sunday
night. Chicken Dinners and
WATER SPORTS-
Next to Post Office Casino St. John, Sunday 3 p. m.; Royal Palm Hotel, Friday, 8:30 p m. Italian Specialties
Water Polo, Hardie Casino, Sunday 3:30 p. mn.
53 N. E. First Street POLO--East of Flamingo Hotel, Miami Beach, Tues., Thurs., Sat. 3 p. m.


HAND COLORED PHOTOGRAPHS A HOU AN & CO.ecorated
MADE IN THE GARDENS ? CHINA
An Exquisite Souvenir of Florida Casino St. John Flamingo Hotel
ROBERT LAWRENCE COX j MIAMI BEACH THE KERAMIC STUDIO
Sal oIaa t Iam tuiuin f Phone 327 MEMBERS Phone 525 Instructions, Order-work,
I I Firing
Hotel Royal Palm New York Stock Exchange 126 N. E. 2nd Ave.
(Next to the Swimming Pool) N. Y. Coffee & Sugar Exchange 126 N. E. 2nd Ave.
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New York Produce Exchange INDIAN RIVER FRUIT COMPANY
VIAVI New Orleans Cotton Exchange Miami's Exclusive Indian River Fruit Shop
Office, 34 W. Flagler St., Room 14 ChicagoTHE VERY BEST OF FRUITS
INFORMATION REGARDING VIAVI Private Wires to Principal Cities 35 N. Bayshore Drive
Given Gladly, Without Obligation Home Office: 20 Broad St., New York. Opposite Racey's Sport Shop
Home Office: 20 Broad St., New York. t
.Phone 6238 RACE JENNINGS
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IT PAYS TO SHOP IN MIAMI


I THE MOONLIGHT DANCE
-AT-
LUNA PARK, MIAMI
140 W. Flagler St.
Music by the Moonlight Melody Orchestra
Bon-Bon Dances Lucky Favor Dances
PARK PLAN




THE FAIRFAX

OPENS AT 1:00 P. M.

AND RUNS CONTINUOUSLY UNTIL 11:00 P. M.




PARAMOUNT.
Sunday and Monday-Tom Mix in "CHASING THE MOON", a romance that
travels with the speed of light.
Tuesday and Wednesday-"BOOMERANG BILL," Lionel Barrymore in a tale
of the underworld of New York and a love that touched its shadows with
glory.
Thursday, Friday and Saturday-Charles Ray in "R. S. V. P." in a snappy
sketch of a gay Bohemian's romance.

STRAND
Sunday-
Dustin Farnum in "THE PRIMAL LAW" a thrilling story of danger and
daring in the great west. Also Buster Keaton in "NEIGHBORS."
Monday, Tuesday--
Norma Talmadge in "THE SIGN ON THE DOOR." Episode No. 12
"MIRACLES OF THE JUNGLE."
Wednesday, Thursday-
John Barrymore in "THE LOTUS EATER," made in Miami. Also Harold
Lloyd in "ALL ABOARD."
Friday, Saturday-
Tom Mix in "THE ROUGH DIAMOND." Episode No. 12 of TERROR TRAILS.



DON'T MISS SEEING
THE MARINE GARDENS THROUGH
SE-BOT-M-BOAT
ALL DAY CRUISE
Leaves Fair Bldg. Dock at 10:30 A. M. Returns at 5:30 P. M.
Coffee and Luncheon Served Free on Board

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SIGNS
Phone 4230 8 S. W. 1st Ave. !
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VISITORS FIRST IN MIAMI


LUNA PARK
140 West Flagler St.
"FOUR ACRES OF JOY IN THE HEART OF MIAMI"
THE MOONLIGHT DANCE
SHOWS RIDES
Open 2 P. M. to Midnight.



We are eight blocks from Flagler iStreet and eight blocks from
High Prices
You will find a Stock of High Quality Furniture in
Our Store, Priced Right

MAcDOUGALL FURNITURE CO.
808 N. E. First Avenue Phone 4524
Next to the Day and Night Garage
$e $ e $e $# e$ eo, $$ #e e$


BUS
Coconut Grove-Leave Miami Ave.
below Flagler St.
Florida City-Leave Miami Ave.
and Flagler St.
Lemon City-Little River-Leave Mi-
ami corner First St. and First Ave.
Miami Beach-Leave Hippodrome
Bldg., Second Ave and Flagler St.
West Palm Beach-Leave Miami
Ave. and Flagler St., 8, 9, 10 A. M.;
1, 2, 3, 4 P. M. Returning leave West
Palm Beach, 8, 9, 10 A. M.; 1, 2, 3,
4 P. M.
COCONUT GROVE DIVISION
Busses leave and arrive Miami ave-
nue between Flagler street and South
1st St.
Leave Miami-Every hour from 7:15
A. M. to 12:15 P. M., and 2:15 P. M.
to 7:15 P. M., and at 10 P. M.
Leave Coconut Grove-Every hour
from 7:15 A. M. to 12:15 P. M., and
2:15 P. M. to 7:15 P. M.
Saturday night, extra busses run
from Miami at 9 P. M. and 11 P. M.
The 7:15 A. M. bus to or from Mi-
ami does not run Sundays
MIAMI TO WEST PALM BEACH
AND RETURN.
Leave Miami Lv. W. Palm Beach
8:00 A. M. 8:00 A. M.
9:00 A. M. 8:30 A. M.
10:00 A. M. 9:00 A. M.
11:00 A. M. 10:00 A. M.
12:00 M. 10:30 A. M.
1:00 P. M. 12:00 M.
3:00 P.M. 1:00 P.M.
4:00 P.M. 1:30 P. M.
5:00 P. M. 3:00 P. M.
7:00 P. M. 3:30 P. M.
9:30 P. M. 4:00 P. M.
5:00 P. M.
5:30 P. M.
7:00 P. M.
9:30 P. M.
The 9:30 bus leaves 10:00 P. M.
Saturday only.
Leave Miami just south of Fiagler


LINES
St. on Miami Ave. Running time, 3
hours.
The 9 A. M. and 1 P. M. busses go
over a very picturesque oceanside
route to Palm Beach.
MIAMI TO FLORIDA CITY AND
RETURN.
Via Larkins, Kendall, Peters,
Goulds, Naranja, Modello, Home-
stead, and Florida City. Running
time, two hours.
Leave Miami Leave Florida City
7:30 A. M. 7:00 A, M,
9:00 A. M. 9:00 A. M.
12:00 M. 12:00 M.
3:00 P. M. 3:00 P. M.
5:00 P. M 5:00 P. M.
7:00 P. M, 7:00 P. M.
10:00 P. M.
Saturday and Sunday nights only
on 10:00 P. M. run.
BUSSES FOR ALLAPATTAH
Leave northwest corner N. E. First
Ave., and N. E. First St. every hour
at a quarter before the hour-6:45
A. M., to 10:45 P. M.
Leave Allapattah Schoolhouse every
hour at twenty minutes past the hour
-6:20 A. M. to 10:20 P. M.
BUSSES FOR LEMON CITY, ARCH
CREEK, LITTLE RIVER, Etc.
Leave southwest corner of N. E.
First Ave. and N. E. First St. every
hour at twenty minutes past the hour.
JITNEY BUSSES
Run out the main arteries almost
continually during the day and even-
ing.
WEST SIDE BUS
Runs from southeast corner of N.
E. First Ave. and N. E. First St. on
the hour, westward out Flagler St.
The 10 A. M. and 3 P. M. trips are
of special length, taking in a number
of groves and subdivisions.
TO HIALEAH
Busses leave Miami Ave. and N.
W. 1st St., every fifteen minutes.


I A BAK N UNSELFISH SERVICE


MEMBER OF UNITED STATES FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM
i ME F U IE




IT'S JUNE IN MIAMI


LINCOLN HOTEL
MIAMI BEACH
IDEALLY LOCATED in the HEART of the BEACH
ATTRACTIONS
EVERY CONVENIENCE
.e 341 B. LUNDBERG, Mgr.


RECREATION


TENNIS-Miami maintains in city
park on the Miami river, a number of
excellent clay courts, which are free
to the public. A famous court is the
$30,000 glass-enclosed and lighted
court for night play, built by Carl G.
Fisher at Miami Beach. There are
courts at the clubs and upon the
grounds of many of the hotels.
GOLF-Royal Palm Gulf Links
Club, Miami Beach Club, Flamingo
Golf Links, City Park.
POLO Between players ranked
among the best in America is played
every Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday
afternoons at 3:30 o'clock on the Mi-
ami Beach field. Season parking


spaces, $100, $60 and $40; occupants
of autos free. Season membership
without parking space $20 each.
Daily parking space $5 per car, fe-
cupants free. Daily admittance $1
each.
SURF BATHING-Miami Beach
Baths, Surf and Roman Pools. Royal
Palm Pool-adjoining hotel. Smith's
Casino, surf and pool.
YACHTING-With the approach of
the Miami Mid-Winter Regatta, Mar.
2, 3, and 4th, Mar. 7, 8 and 9th, Mi-
ami crowds await with intense inter-
est the outcome of the preliminaries.
The first of these to Bimini and re-
turn, run to Key West and return.


THE FLAMINGO

MIAMI BEACH.
TEA DANCES IN ORIENTAL GARDEN, 4:30 to 6 P. M.

C. S. KROM, Manager.




ARTHUR CARLSON T Wo ord

Teacher of Cornet MIAMI BEACH
Cornetist at Fairfax Theatre
Agent for Band Instruments 50 feet from the Ocean
151 N. E. 22nd St. 1 block from Casino St. John
Telephone Connection Phone 345-346.


Phon


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BE A BOOSTER FOR MIAMI


RECTOR'S CAFE
40 E. Flagler St.


THE OLDEST AND BEST


Open until 12 p. m.

Everything a Good Drug
Store Should Have
Unexcelled Fountain Service,
Curb Service
Plenty of room to park
Norris, Nunnally's and
Hollingsworth's Fine Candies

TA-MIAMI DRUG
STORE

179 W. Flagler St. Phone 5242
"Where service is a fact, not
a promise."


POINTS OF INTEREST


HUNTING-In a country where the
Indian still lives by hunting, the pale
face may count on a full game bag.
Near the city line quail, coon and
'possum are plentiful, while back in
the 'glades deer, 'gators and turkeys
may be found. It is usually best to
employ a guide, who will, if desired,
supply dogs and guns.
FISHING.
Probably no spot on earth offers
greater advantages for varied fishing
that is to be found in and about Mi-
ami. One can fish from Collins
Bridge or the Causeway and catch
grunt, trout, red snapper. A motor
boat out in Biscayne Bay, either up
or down the coast, on either side takes
one where snapper, pompano, yellow
tail, grunt, trout, craw fish, stone
crabs, barracuda, and frequently tar-
pon.
Outside on the ocean one can catch


all varieties found in the Bay and in
addition King fish, mackeral, mutton
fish, turbit, bone fish, porgie, and am-
ber jack. Out in the Gulf Stream in
addition to the fish mentioned are
bonita, the sporty sail fish, dolphin,
and others. Among the keys the fish-
ing is also fine.
THE MIAMI ANGLERS' CLUB-
Located in the Hotel Urmey. Experi-
ence meeting every Tuesday night.
Fishermen are invited to relate their
experiences.
HORSESHOE PITCHING Royal
Palm Park, seven courts for devotees
of horseshoe pitching. Playing under
supervision of the Miami Horseshoe
Club, W. S. Thompson, Pres. The
club has a membership of more than
300. Visitors welcome to use courts
and join the club. There are also
chess and checker games adjacent to
the courts.


AUSTIN BREAD
Insist on the best. Herbert McConathy,MD

On sale at all leading Grocers Chronic Diseases

DAVIS & SPINNEY, Props. Rectal Diseases
Buena Vista. 211 N. E. First St.




HARDENeauty pp

Public Stenographer Mabel M. Hand
Notary Public I Patronage of Ladies and
(Half block East of P. 0.) Gentlemen appreciated.
Phone New 4523, Old 2470 Suite 211 Second Floor
Room 100 Bedford Bldg. McAllister Hotel




THE LAND OF SUNSHINE AND PALMS


HIBISCUS GRILL
Foot of S. E. 12th St.
ON THE BAY FRONT ...--..... MILLIONAIRE ROW
Catering exclusively to the better class. Excellent dining
service and dance floor.
Turkey, Chicken and Squab dinners a specialty.



Coconut Ice Cream, Coconut Cakes
Coconut Salad at
Coconut Grove


THE BLUE PHEASANT



HOW TO SPEND A WEEK IN MIAMI
The first question a Tourist asks himself or herself is to how I can see all
that is to be seen, covering all the various points of Interest of the Magic
City and its environments.
It would be a difficult task for a layman to survey the proposition and
outline a program covering a period of a week or fortnight to the entire
satisfaction of everyone.
If a tourist came outl of the icy north possibly on a Sabbath morning in
December, he would find the sun shining and the stately palms swaying in the
balmy tropical breeze and at every turn find fruit and fragrant flowers greet-
ing the eye. This would apply if you came by train or auto over the famous
Dixie Highway. The first stop is in the heart of a thriving and busy metropolis.
On arrival you would find bordering the shore or park on Biscayne Bay sway-
ing cocoanut palms. The weary would note the fragrance of tall Australian
pines overhead. Looking out on the rippled surface of the water one experi-
ences a sense of calm and rest. You feel yourself in a different country and
relax automatically as it were.
MONDAY-After a day of rest you may auto across the Causeway and
view the Atlantic and if fancy dictates tour the drives bordering on the bay
dotted with sail craft, beautiful yachts and motor boats. Or the trolley if
you will. Your bearings north, east, south and west; you will find scenes that
enhance the visit. At every turn avenues broaden with stately palms with
here and there modest and palatial homes of the winter resident. If you wish
it a dip in the ocean. The beach is one of the factest growing resort develop-
ments in the country. Band concerts in the evening at Royal Palm Park.
TUESDAY-A fishing trip for King, Boneatea, the Shark, or other species
as one's tastes desire. A cruise for a day or so if you plan it, for boats can
be secured for a day or a week's cruise-even as far as the Keys. To the
theatre in the evening where you may witness excellent plays, or the moving
picture programs may be inviting. Exclusive home or hotel parties are at
your call for the closing of a well spent day.
WEDNESDAY-A tour to the northward and westward drives of the city
one will find themselves in the midst of farming communities, citrus groves and
enroute home you get a glimpse of town centres. Little River, Lemon City,
Buena Vista and to the extreme east of Dixie Highway along Biscayne Bay
front is Magnolia Park, Bayside and Miramar with many beautiful homes.
THURSDAY-To the southward over Miami Ave. Bridge, through Brickell
Avenue, and it is here you find some of the most palatial homes and to the
average tourist-a mecca to feast the eye. This section is known as Million-
aires' Row. From the bay front you still journey southward on the Boule-
vard which is dotted with beautiful residences and further south before reach-
ing the Deering Estate, you pass through Jungleland and find much to interest
you from a scenic point of view. The Deering place and the home of William
Jennings Bryan nearby is reviewed in another section of this book. If the day
is well spent postpone a further tour south to Coconut Grove and on to Home-
stead until the following day. These places are dotted with beautiful homes
and palatial estates on the bayfront and inland. To the westward from this
point you drive over Citrus Road and can get an idea of the fruit growing
proposition that is back of the forward looking city-Miami.
FRIDAY-The Everglades with their wonderful development will give you
a lasting impression of this great Government reclamation project. See the
sugar cane and various growing crops on land one thought worthless, but
ncw becoming one of the most fertile spots of the country. Here may also be
found several points of interest all along the Miami River and adjacent drives,
such as Botanical Gardens, Alligator Farm, etc., outlined as principal points
of interest in the Guide.
SATURDAY-One can finish the week by taking aerial trips to the beach
and adjacent view points: Florida Light, Soldiers Key, Nassau or Bimini,
which one can make in from 45 minutes to one hour. Special boat trips and
other interesting places are also outlined under Special Captions in this Guide.
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BE A BOOSTER FOR MIAMI


SMITH COMPANY, Inc.
Located at South End Miami Beach.
Smith Casino Baths Ocean and Pool Bathing
A Mammoth Establishment with plenty of Rooms, and Equip-
ment for all.
Largest Swimming Pool A Clean Attractive Resort





01 Wfti hros

PRINTERS AND BLANK BOOK MAKERS
45 S. W. First Street Phone 6187
MIAMI, FLA.



POINTS OF INTEREST
ARCH CREEK, a beautiful stream, seven miles north of Miami. Dixie
Highway crosses over a natural bridge.
ALLIGATOR FARM, cross Flagler Street bridge, then follow road to right
for a mile. Here also are the Tropical Gardens.
ELSER PIER, foot of Flagler Street. Here fishermen return every after-
noon to exhibit their catch. Ground floor is occupied by amusement booths,
upstairs dance hall.
COCONUT GROVE, five miles south of Miami; famous for its beautiful
homes, many of which are among the finest in the country.
The Congregational Church, modeled after an old Spanish church in Mexico
City, is especially interesting.
FLORIDA LIGHT, at Cape Florida, the southern end of Biscayne Key. This
is an interesting old tower, surrounded by coconut groves, a splendid place to
picnic. Right at hand are some of the best fishing grounds in this vicinity.
THE CURTISS-BRIGHT RANCH, west border of the Everglades, consists
of 10,000 acres; model farm buildings and farm machinery; large herds of
thoroughbred live stock, including 2,000 angora goats and 1,000 head of Hol-
stein cattle. Visitors are welcome.
DEERING ESTATE, three miles south from Miami; built by James Deer-
ing at a cost of more than $4,000,000. Unique in this country; four years in
construction. Interior finishings, also furniture, taken from many of the most
famous castles of Europe; grounds cover 200 acres; estate open to the public
on Sunday and Wednesdays, from 2 to 4 p. m. Cross Miami Ave. Bridge
South.
MIAMI BEACH, reached by ferry from Elser Pier or by bus over new
Causeway costing $1,000,000. Drive north on Second Avenue to Pershing Court
or take trolley.
RED LANDS, a district of orange, avocado and grapefruit groves thirty
miles south of Miami, where many thousands of acres can be seen in a high
state of cultivation. This district is reached and traversed by rock ballasted oil
surfaced roads. South on Ingraham avenue along F. E. C. Railway.
Miami has 55 hotels and 116 apartments houses.
WONDERFUL SEA GARDEN TRIP every day from south ,ide of the
Fair Building, opposite the Royal Palm Park. The yacht "NETHLA" will
leave at 10:30 A. M., to connect with the SE-BOT-M Boat at the Sea Gardens
near Ragged Keys where you are transferred and shown the wonders of the
deep All day trip of 45 miles
AEROMARINE.-Guests of the Miami Hotels are most cordially invited
to visit and inspect the large eleven passenger (enclosed cabin) Aerial Cruiser
"COLUMBUS" any morning that she is riding at anchor. Time tables show
the hour at which flying boats normally leave and arrive at the different ports.
STUDIO OF OUTDOOR COLOR PAINTINGS, 923 N. E. 2nd Ave.-Cape Cod,
Catskill Mountains, and other well known places of interest. Open 9 a. m., to
7 p. m. Admission free.
ROYAL PALM GOLF LINKS, two miles west of Miami, owned by Florida
East Coast Hotel Co. Nine holes (work of increasing course is now under
progress.) One hundred thousand dollars is being spent in this improvement,
and when completed the links will be one of the finest.
U. S. Agricultural Experiment Station and Plant Introduction Gardens.
Brickell Avenue.
CURTISS FLYING FIELD, at "Hialeah," used for instruction in aviation,
during the war by Marine Flying Corps is one of the most interesting places
around Miami and the field being offered gratis by the Curtiss-Bright Ranch
Co., for the arrival and departure of planes will soon become a Mecca for all
flyers in Florida. Anyone interested in aeronautics can derive great enter-
tainment from the stunt and test flying of the numerous planes which are
constantly arriving.





POPULATION OF 100,000 BY 1925

POINTS OF INTEREST (Cont.)
THE PUNCH BOWL, a spring to THE MIAMI PUBLIC LIBRARY
the east of Brickell ave., near the is established in the Woman's Club
home of William Jennings Bryan. building E. Flagler Street and S. W.
The Indians had great faith in the Second Avenue and its more than 10,-
potency of this water, believing that 000 volumes have been selected with
he who drinks here will return next discriminate care. Open daily, ex-
year to drink again. cept Sundays, 9 a. m. Library privi-
ROYAL PALM STATE PARK, 48 leges extended. Reading room open
miles south, 4,000 acres virgin tropi- to visitors. Deposit of $1 qualifies
cal hammock and everglades, a dis- borrowers, a fee of 5 cents per vol-
trict of unusually beautiful royal ume being charged.
palms, under supervision of the Fed-
eration of Woman's Clubs of Flori- CLUB DIRECTORY
da, upon which a club house has been ANGLERS' CLUB-Regular meet-
built. Ingraham Highway. ing of Miami Anglers' Club every
TAMIAMI TRAIL, a rock road Tuesday evening, 8 p. m. Urmey ho-
leading now 25 miles out into the Ev- tel building. All visiting anglers in-
erglades along Tamiami Canal, west vited.
on S CULTURAL EXPERI- 8th St. BIMINI BAY ROD AND GUN CLUB
U. S. AGRICULTURAL EXPERI- -_Hotel Urmey.
MEANT STATION and Plant Introduc- BISCAYNE BAY YACHT CLUB-
tion Gardens. Brickell Ave. N. Bayshore Drive and N. E. 1st St.
EVERGLADES, reached by Tami- Miami Beach Golf Club-Miami
ami Trail (8 miles) on rock road Beach.
along Miami Canal westward from MIAMI MOTOR CLUB Hotel
Allapattah, (8 miles), or southward Urmey.
by Ingraham Highway (48 miles) on WOMAN'S CLUB OF MIAMI-
extended trip by boat from Ft. Lau- Flagler St. and N. E. 2nd Ave.
derdale or West Palm Beach to Lake Y. M. C. A.-N. E. 3rd Ave.
Okeechobee Y W. C. A.-N. E. 1st Ave.
PENNSYLVANIA SUGAR COM- Y. M. H. A. meets every 2nd and
PANY PLANTATION, 250,000 acres 4th Thursday evenings at N. W. 4th
of Everglade land on the Miami Can- St. & N. W. 3rd Ave,
al, with 5,000 acres in sugar cane.
$500,000 sugar mill to be completed CLUBS
by fall of 1922. BISCAYNE BAY YACHT CLUB
AQUARIUM, End of Causeway. -Boulevard and N. E. First St.
MUSEUM OF NATURAL HISTORY, COCOLOBO BAY CLUB-12 Lin-
Alton Road and First Street, Mi- coln Road.
ami Beach. 150 Specimens of Tropi- COUNCIL OF JEWISH WOMEN
cal Fish, Birds and Reptiles on meet at N. W. 4th St. & N. W. 8rd
Exhibit. Ave. every 2nd and 4th Wednesday
FLORIDA ORANGES and GRAPE. afternoon.
FRUIT, washed, polished, graded, DADE COUNTY MEDICAL ASSO-
wrapped and packed in crates by CIATION.
machinery daily at Hamilton Michel- DAUGHTERS OF AMERICAN
sen Company, S. Miami Ave. REVOLUTION-Mrs. E. G. Sewell,
MUSA ISLE, in Miami River, three Regent.
miles west. Tropical jungle. Reach- MIAMI ADVERTISING CLUB-
ed by Miami River excursion boats Luncheon Tuesdays at Flagler Cafe.
or by auto along North River Drive. Claude Pullen, Secretary.
WILLIAM JENNINGS BRYAN'S MIAMI ANGLERS' CLUB-Hotel
HOME. "Villa Serena." South 3 Urmey. Meets Thursdays, 8 "p. m.
miles on Brickell Ave. MIAMI MOTOR CLUB-Hotel Ur-
mey W. S. Maxwell, Secy.
MIAMI STUDIOS, Moving Picture MIAMI CIVITAN CLUB-Lunch-
Center. West on Miami Canal at eons 12:15 p. m., Friday, El Sevilla
Hialeah. Restaurant. E. W. Bebinger, Secre-
SEMINOLE INDIAN VILLAGE, at tary.
Alligator Farm, one mile west along MIAMI KIWANIS CLUB-Luncb.-
west bank of Miami River. Cross at eons Thursdays at Y. M. 0. a
Flagler street bridge and turn to James Pace, Secretary.
ARMERSi MARKET, market house MIAMI ROTARY CLUB-Lunch-
FARMERS MARKET, market house eons 12:00 Thursdays Urmey Hotel.
south of City Hall Wednesdays and Dr. A. L. Evans, Secretary.
Saturday. Complete display tropical NEW ENGLAND SOCIETY-Meets
fruits and vegetables, every Tuesday at 10:80 a. m. Halcyon
WINTER VEGETABLES, Gardens Hotel. All "New Englanders" cordially
and packing houses south along line invited.
of Florida East Coast Railroad. Thou- inv
hands of acres tomatoes, peppers, etc.
Produce shipped by train loads daily. BANKS
MARINE GARDENS, most beau- Bank of Bay Biscayne, Flagler St.
tiful under-sea display in the world and Miami Ave.
just off the Miami reefs. Odd shapes First National Bank (temporary)
and superb colored fish of tropical N. E. First Ave., north of post of-
waters, coral forests, sea fans and fice.
the strange sea bottom life seen First Trust and Savings Bank, N.
through glass well in See-Bot-M boat E. First Ave., near Flagler St.
at Fair Building Dock, on Bay east Miami Bank and Trust Co., N. E.
of Royal Palm Park. First Ave., and First St.
THE MIAMI HOTEL MEN'S AS- Miami Exchange Bank, 201 W.
SOCIATION has established an infor- Flagler St.
mation bureau in the waiting room at Miami National Bank, E. Flagler
the Miami Railroad station in charge St., between First and Second Aves.
of Judge Hancock, secretary. De- Southern Bank and Trust Co.,
pendable information may be obtain- W. Flagler St. between Miami Ave.
ed here as to hotels, etc. and First Ave.
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THE LAND OF OUT-OF-DOORS


HERE IS WHAT GENE LEWIS

THINKS OF THE




MARMON 34




Miami, February 22, 1922.

Lindsay-Marmon Co.,
1223 N. E. First Avenue,
Miami, Florida.

Gentlemen:
I made purchase of a Four-Passenger Marmon in
August, 1920. Since that time the car has made 25,000
miles, having passed through eighteen states; in this
connection wish to state that the motor is still in excel-
lent running condition, having had practically no re-
pairs made, and am using two of the same tires that
were on the car when driven from the sales floor.
I have been a user of high-grade cars for years, but
none that I have owned prior to the Marmon 34 has
given me such excellent service, and none has been
the road car that this present car is.
Nothing but praise can I extend to the Marmon and
its engineers.

Very truly yours,
GENE LEWIS, of
The Lewis-Worth Stock Co.
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POPULATION OF 100,000 BY 1925


BILTMORE
Buena Vsta's Theater Beautiful Bet Pletures Only
UNDER THE PERSONAL MANAGEMENT OF H. W. ROSENTHAL
Popular Prices: Balcony 20c; Orchestra 80c; Children 10c.
Matinee Saturday and Sunday only.
Ample and unobstructed parking space for over 800 cars on our own "White
Way," with a watchman always on duty.
Jitney Line Now Runs Direct to Biltmore Theatre.



ROYAL PALM ICE CREAM
DELICIOUS PURE REFRESHING
Nothing Else Can Take Its Place.
Alw-tys Five or More Flavors to Choose From.
Orders for a gallon or more delivered. For smaller quantities,
call at factory.
SOUTHERN UTILITIES COMPANY
Phone 5141-Miami Avenue and Sixth Street.


CHURCH DIRECTORY
Adventist (Seventh Day) -N. W. Plymouth Congregational- Coconut
Ninth St. west of Miami Ave. Church Grove. 11 a. m., 4:30 p. m.
meeting ; p. m., Saturday. Bible Congregational, Miami Beach--Lincoln
Study 7:30 Sunday evening. Road and Drexel Ave. 11 a. m.
First Baptist-N. E. First Ave. and Rabbi Salo Stein Congregation
Fifth St. 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Beth David. N. W. 4th St. & N. W.
Baptist Stanton Memorial-N. W. 3rd Ave. Service Friday 8:00 P. M.
Second Ave. & Twenty-ninth St. 11 Saturday 9:00 A. M.
a. m., 7:30 p. m. Episcopal Trinity-N. E. Second
Catholic Holy Name-N. E. First Ave. and Second Street. Holy com-
Ave. and Second St. Masses Sunday munin at 7:30 a. m.; sermon 11 a.m.;
at 6, 7, 8, 9, 10 and 11. Week-day 6:15, 7:30 p. m.
7, and 8 a. m. Episcopal, St. Stephens Coconut
First Christian-230 N. E. Fourth Grove. Holy Communion 8 a. m., ser-
St. 11 a. m., 7:30 p. m. mon at 11 a. m.
First Church Christian Science-N. Episcopal, Holy Cross-N. E. 36th
E. Fourth St., west Second Ave. 11 St. 7:30 a. m., Holy Communion, 11
a. m., 7:30 p. m. a. m.; 7:30 p. m.
First Congregational-N. E. Second Latter Day Saints-Services are
Ave. and Twentieth Terrace. 11 a. m. held every Sunday at Woodmen's Hall,
7:30 p. m. N. Miami Ave.
Church of Christ-N. W. Fourth St. Lutheran, St. Matthew's Evangeli-
and Fourth Ave. 11 a. m., 7:30 p. m. cal-Services at Woman's Club. E.
Church of God, Pentecostal-N. W. Flagler St. Sec,,nd Avenue.
Seventh St. and Fifth Ave. 11 a. m., Lutheran, Immanuel (English) Cor-
7 p. m. (Continued.)



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CHURCH DIRECTORY (Continued)


ntr N. W. Fourth St., and Sixtr. Ave.,
7:'0 p. m.
uthferan, Peace Evangelical-Cor-
. r N. E. First Ave. and Fifteenth
11 a. m.
Vilaml Metaphysical Society-Meets
room 249. Columbia building, at 11
clock Sunday morning.
Free Methodist, 2818 N. Miami Ave.
10:30 a m., 1:30 p. m.
Methodist. Trinity-N. E. First Ave.
and Fourth St., 10:45 a. m., 7:80 p.m.
Methodist. Riverside-Services held
at the Riverside school 11 a. m.
7:30 p. m.
Methodist, Southside--Corner S. W.
Fifth Ave. and Eighth St.
Methodist, Buena Vista-N. E. 85th
St., 11 a. m.
Methodist Episcopal, White Temple
-N. E. Second Ave. and Third St.
10:45 a. m., 7:30 p. m.
Methodist Episcopal, Allapattah-
10:30 a. m., 7:30 p. m.
Methodist Episcopal, Grace-Corner
Mary St. and Ingraham Ave., Coco-
nut Grove. 11 a. m., 7:30 p. m.

GOLF COURSES
MIAMI COUNTRY CLUB (Royal
Palms Golf Club) -Eighteen holes,
$125,000 clubhouse. It lies on both
sides of the Allapattah road, over-
looking the Miami river. Sporty water
holes; yardage, 6,244, par 72. Playing
fee, $60 by the season, $35 by the
month, $11.50 by the week, $2.25 a
day; includes locker. Reached by Al-
lapattah busses.
MIAMI BEACH CLUB-Eighteen-
hole course, 6,087 yards. Membership,
$100 by the season, $40 by the month,
$20 per week, $2 a day, and $1.50 an
afternoon.
FLAMINGO GOLF LINKS-Miami
Beach-Season rate, $50; monthly,
$20; weekly, $12; daily, $2.
CITY PARK-Miniature nine-hole
course, averaging about 70 yards.
Nets for practice driving. Free.
In addition to the tennis courts at
City Park there is a basket ball
court, a bowling green archery space
and a clock golf course.


Methodist Episcopal, Nazarene-N.
W Eighth St. between 5th and 6th
Aves. 10:30 a. m., and 7:80 p. m.
Pentec"9t4l "Assembly of God" Tab-
ernacle, 1235 N. W. Miami Court.
10:30 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.
Presbyterian, First-E. Flagler St.
and Third Ave. 10:80 a. m., and
7:30 p. m.
Southern Presbyterian, Westminster
-Services in the Central school audi-
torium on N. E. First Ave. 11 a. in.,
and 7:30 p. m.
Salvation Army Hall-55 N. W. 5th
St.
Spiritualists' Progressive Church-
Woman's Club Building. Regular ser-
vices Sunday and Wednesday evenings
at 7:30.
Second Spiritualist Church-Knights
of Pythias hall. 81 W. Flagler St.
7:30 p. m.
Third Spiritualist-135 Flagler St.
Catherine Clement, pastor.
Universalist, First-Service each
Sunday at the Paramount Theatre at
11 a. m.

DISTANCES
South Miles
Coconut Grove ............................... 5.
Larkins ..................................... ........ 8.7
Peters ....... ..................................... 17.3
Homestead ............ ............. ... 80.1
Florida City ..................-............ 32.
Royal Palm State Park........... 44.5
North
Arch Creek ..................................... 9.4
Fulford ........... -................... ........... 12.2
Ft. Lauderdale ............................. 26:5
Delray .............................................. 52.
Palm Beach .................................. 71.5
Stuart .................................. ........... 109.5
Daytona ............................... ............276.
St. Augustine .................. ................332.
Jacksonville ............. .................. ....372.
Orlando (via Daytona) ................44.
Tampa (via Daytona-Orlando) ..441.6
Brunswick, Ga ............ ...............462.3
New York .................................... 1518.
Asheville, N. C. ............................. 932.4
Cincinnati, ................................. 1441.8
Chattanooga ...............................764.
Atlanta ............................................ 574.


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THE LAND OF SUNSHINE AND PALMS
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FRATERNAL ORGANIZATIONS

Order of Masons-Masonic Temple, 16 S. E. 1st Street.
bOrder' of Eastern Star- Masonic Temple, 16 S. E. 1st Street.
Beeevolent Order of Elks-Flaglkr St. and 3rd Avenue.
Independent. Order ,of Odd Fellows, I. 0. 0. F. Bldg.
American Legion (Harvey Seeds Post No. 20)-Fair Bldg. S. Bayshore Dr.
In,.r.r-ed Order of Red Mene-212 N. Miami Ave. and 3rd St.
Knights of Columbus-2nd. Ave.
S Catholic Daughters of America-2nd Ave.
* Knights of Pythfa.-Castle Hall, 31 W. Flagler St.
t Pythiar Sisters-31 WV. Flagler S.
-Modern' Woodmen of America-Flagler. St.
S P. .Q. ". of A.-Flagler St.
Woodmenr of the World-iM;ami Avenue and 4th St.
WA-NE-TA Council No. (Degree of Pocahontas) -212 N. Miami Ave.
Miami Lodge ,No. 138, Woodman Hall-4 N. E. 4th St.
Miami Loage, N. 1597, Tompkins Hall-212 N. Miami Ave.

CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
S39 N. E, First Avenue
E. G. Sewell, President. Guy W. Livingston, Secretary.

MAYOR
C. D. Leffler.

COMMISSION
C. D. Leffler Jas. H. Gilman
E. C. Romfh J. E. Lummus
J. I. Wilson.
A. j.. Rose, City Attorney.
FRANK H. WHARTON, City Manager ana Director of Public Safety.
Charles W. Murray, Director of Public Service and Public Welfare.
DIRECTOR OF FINANCE, W. A. Kohlhepp.

CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSION
Jno. C. Knight, Chairman, Jno. B. Reilly, I. E. Schilling.
CHIEF FIRE DEPARTMENT, Wm. R. Coleman
CHIEF OF POLICE, H. Leslie Quigg.
MUNICIPAL JUDGE, T. E. Price.
CITY CLERK, Harold Ross.
PURCHASING AGENT, C. A. Grimsley.
For all officers except Commissioners and Chief of Police Phone 3131
For Police Department, telephone 5151.

CITY OFFICIALS' PHONES
Chief of Police, Central Fire Station ....................................... 5151
M ayor, City Hall ...................................................................... ...................... .. 3131
Fire Departm ent .................................................................................................... 8181
City Health Inspector ......................................................................................... 3131
City H hospital ............................... ...................................................................... 5131
County Hospital ......................................................... ......................................... ~861
Humane Officer ................................... ............................................................. 31

PLEASURE BOATS
Boats may be chartered by the day at Elser Pier or at Royal Palm dock.
Canoes and, rowboats at dock near Flagler St. bridge and at dock near
the Causeway.

CAPE FLORIDA AND EVERGLADES TRIPS
From Elser Pier to Cape Florida 9:30 a. m., and 2 p. m.
Mianmi River-Everglades with stop at Tropical Gardens and Alligator
farm daily.


FERRY TO MIAMI BEACH
Elser Pier daily every hour-10 a. m. to 4 p. m. Sunday and holidays
boat leaves every half hour.










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