Group Title: Florida Chautauqua, De Funiak Springs, Fla
Title: The Florida Chautauqua, De Funiak Springs, Fla
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Title: The Florida Chautauqua, De Funiak Springs, Fla
Alternate Title: Assembly programme
Third Annual session program hand-book
Annual session of the Florida Chautauqua
Florida Chautauqua, our 15th year, 1884-1899
Florida Chautauqua, De Funiak Springs, Florida
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 23-24 cm.
Language: English
Creator: Florida Chautauqua
Publisher: Duffy Bros.
Place of Publication: Cuyahoga Falls, O
Cuyahoga Falls, O
Publication Date: 1903
Frequency: annual
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Chautauquas -- Congresses -- Florida   ( lcsh )
History -- Periodicals -- De Funiak Springs (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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General Note: Title from caption.
General Note: Latest issue consulted: 1919.
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Bibliographic ID: UF00103297
Volume ID: VID00003
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Classification: lcc - LC6301.C6 D438

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The Conve~nient Location, Tasteful Appointment,
Reasonable Charges, Courteous Attendance and Cuisine
of: Exceptional Excellence are Characteristic of this
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of the Highest Order.
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CE1AS. LEIGB TAYLOR, Meanagr.


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CHAUTAUQUA LAKEm BY MkOONLIGHT.
De Iu~niakrSprings, Florida.
The programme, diversified and' carefully selected,
responds to the taste of a refined and cultured people,
and its widening influence has made De Funiatk Springs
a rallying point for visitors fromn every part of the
Union, and has been the means of uniting in a bond
of closer brotherhood the people of Alabama, Georgia
and Western Florida. Her growth has been phe~nome-
nal, her influence far-reachingf, her ;I-achine-- ek;;at-
ing; fully deserving the hearty tribute .of Gnternor
Jennings of Florida who, in art aiddree .1 10-* = 6 .1 e lstt
March in the large Auditorium referred to the Florida
Chautauqua as a torch whose greater light shone
over the State and adjoining States, uplifting and
blessing the people."
De Funiak Springs has an ideal location and a, won-
derful climate. Crowning the crest of the Blue Ridge,
this charming spot, about three hundred feet above


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TheFloridaChautauqua
De Funfak Springs, Florida.
February 10th to April 4th, 1903.
The Flor~ida Chautauqpa invites her patrons to eight
weeks of superb attractions, and greets her visitors to
this the nineteenth year of the Assembly with over
one hundred and fifty entertainments, representing
not only the finest attractions in the country, but also
recognized leaders in Art, Literature, Elocution,
Music and Orator~y. During the last five years the
Institute has grown from a Chautauqua of four weeks
to a Chautauqua of eight weeks, a period surpassed
by no other assembly in the United States, and equaled
only by the Great Mother Chautauqua of New York.






CHAUTAUQUA. 3

O loemns one hundred and thirty miles southwest of

Accessibility Visitors journeyizig southward from
Chicago, Cincinnati, St. Louis and
the West, find this spot the most easy of access of all
the Florida Resorts, and yelr` by year make this the
point of destination to the homes of hospitable friends,
cheery hotels and pleasant cottages. Travelers who
go early in the season to the tropical part of the state
do wisely to turn aside at Jacksonville aind visit De
Funiak Springs on their homeward journey, not only
to attend its Chautauqua, but also to enjoy its invigor-
ating and delightful air.

Our Lake There are many lakes of rare beauty
? Near De Funiak where those fond of the
water can row and fish to their hearts' content. The
nearest are the Stanleys, about three miles in circum-
ference, which can be seen from the car window on


2 THE FLORIDA

sea level, marks the highest altitude by United States
coast survey in Florida. It is twenty miles from the
Gulf of Mexico. whose breezes come tempered with
sweetness and laden with health through miles of
primeval pines. The marvelous lake in the heart of
the town, perfectly round and one mile in circumfer-
ence, is a, dream of beauty. Visitors from all parts of
the world pronounce it one of the marked features of
our Continent, and one of the world's wonders, for
nowhere else between the Atlantic and Pacific, or in-
deed in any part of the globe, has this gem of a lake
an equal in symmetry and ideal perfection. The high
2olling lands by which it is entirely surrounded, gradu-
ally sloping toward the silvery beach, form a frame-
like margin to the lovely picture, while fine residences
amid delightful environments can be seen through the
openings for miles in every direction. The scenery
justifies the title of the Adirondackis of Western
Florida," and De Funiak has been appropriately styled
"' A Little Venice with fairy parks, miniature lakes,


ALPINE SPRING.
approaching De Funiak from the west. They are
about a mile and a half from the town, and the two
lakes are but a few rods apart, with a channel con-
necting them through which skiffs can pass. On their
shores under the stately pines, can be found ideal picnic
grounds. There is a good shady drive around them,
affording enchanting views, and MggnoliaL Spri gs
can be visited on the way. Lake Cassidy, about n ne
miles distant, has an area of over two square miles,
the home of the trout, the bass and the bream. There
are also good livery facilities to the Gulf-side and
other points where hunting and fishing are found.

A~pproacheS Excursion tickets are issued over all
prominent railroads from New York,
Chicago, St. Louis, Cincinnati, Philadelphia, Wash-
ington, Pittsburg, and all points through the east
and west. Several new ones have also been added


IN ALPWIN PARKZ.
tumbling cascades, waterfalls and fountains. The pine
trees that stand on the border of the lake are giants
of the forest, and remain like sentinels guarding its
beauty. Live oaks and water oaks are on every hand,
while holly bushes hold up their scarlet berries and
nod invitingly to the passer-by. No other place offers
such advantages to seekers after health, pleasure and
entertainment. _
T.i I lh'eabsolute purity and curative qual,
T~lelY~atr~ itieif'.bt 'her waters make. De Funiak
widely known as "' the Poland Springs of the South,"
while her clear atmosphere, bright skies, high altitude
and balmy breezes form an ideal combination for the
rest-seeker.
DEFULTIAll SPRINGS is situated on the Pensacola
and Atlantic D~ivision of the Louisville and Nashville
Railroad, midway between Jacksonville and New







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ORAUTTAUQUA. '5


for the present season. Special Round Trip Tickets
are issued from various points on the Louisville and
Nashville Railroad "during the Assembly. While the
Chautauqua is in session no winter trip presents so
large a return for the outlay. In one day the snow
banks north of the Ohio become merely a memory
amid the sunny dreams of the Southland.'

,The Hotel Chautauqua, a large
Accommodations and admirably kept hotel, is
fitted with modern conveniences, and furnishes every
possible comfort to its guests. Several smaller hotels
also present reasonable rates to tourists, and there are
many cottages with comfortable accommodations.
Delightful families from the North have .for years
made De Funiak their winter home. People from
Iowa, Wisconsin, Illinois, Ohio, Indiana, Minnesota,
New York and many other states, make happy all
visitors by cordial hospitality. Receptions are num-
er~ous, and good livery or jolly ox-eart rides are fre-
quently taken to places of interest near at hand.

,The Excursions which take place on
Excursions Saturdays are marked features of the'
Chautauqua, season. On some of these days crowded
trains bring fully 3,000 people to the Chautauqua.
The Saturday programmes are especially interesting
and attractive, and the large auditorium on the lake-
side is always crowded to its utmost capacity. The
Wednesday HolidayS also afford opportunity for ex-
oursions to various surrounding places~ of interest.
One of the pleasant fea-
Pastimes and Sports tures of De Funiatk Springs
is its out of door life. The beautiful lake affords ex-
cellent opportunity for rowing and sailingf. A superb I ins. S. S. FELACKELTON,
orchestra also furnishes music every afternoon in the Art Instructor.
hotel corridors.




3Department of instruction.'


CLASS WORK ALONG VARIOUS LINES.


The Florida Chaut~auqua presents for the Session of
1903 an unrivalled list of talent in Music, Physical
Training, Art, Literature, Elocution and Kinder-
garten. It has been the purpose of its Officers and
Directors to secure not only the best representatives
in every department, but also recognized authorities on
national and educational questions. Every depart-
ment of study is under the head of a competent and cele-
brated lead er and the course of instruction is thorough
CHAUTAUQUA GLEN. and efficient.







CHAUTAUQUA. 7

at Cameron, Mo. Prof. Peters is a fine organizer, and
will bring to the work an enthusiasm, a prestige and
ripened experience that assures most brilliant results.

Ghorus.
Special attention will be given to the instruction of
the Chorus this season, which will take a more promi-
nent part in the concert work than in the past. The
rendition of "' Old Time Songs," assisted by Quartets
and soloists will be a pleasing and popular feature.
Careful attention will be given to the preparation of
Anthems, and the presentation of "L Miriatm's Song of
Triumph by Schubert, on the closing night of the
Chautauqua, will be interesting and impressive. The
training this year will be exceedingly instructive and
beneficial.

]|11anoforte.
The success of this branch of musical instruction
last season, was extremely gratifying, and the man-
agement is pleased to announce the engagement of


6 THE FLORIDA

1ARSIC.
Prof. B. F. Peters of Ligonier, Ind., will again have
charge of this important branch of Chautauqua, work,
and the management is to be congratulated on secur-
ing his services. As musical director, choral con-
ductor and vocal instructor, Prof. Peters stands it the
first rank of American teachers. He is an ardent
disciple of the Old Italian School of singing as em-
bodied in the teachings of the elder Lamperti, and his
methods have met with marked success. *
He is a specialist in the field of vocal music, being a
most successful Voice Teacher and a Choral Conduc-
tor of wide experience and brilliant record, having
had charge of large chorus choirs and choral societies,
His success as a Musical Director does not lie simply in
his ability to secure the correct reading of a composi-
tion, but rather from the fact that he possesses that
rare musical temperament and sympathetic nature by


PRolr. B. F. PETERS,
Chorus Director.


which he inspires, in his singers, an enthusiasm and
warmth of interpretation so often la~cking. He has a
wide reputation as a voice teacher and conductor of As-
sembly choirs and class work, having held prominent
positions in these capacities in Indianapolis, Dubuque
and Louisville. For five years he was the leading
soloist in Indianapolis, appearing in many oratorios
and concerts; was for eleven years at the head of the
vocal department in the Dubuque Academy of Music,
leading church choirs, and conducting the Dubuque
May Festival Chorus. He directed the large chorus
choir of the Broadway M. E. Church of Louisville,
Ky., for three years, after which he accepted a call to
the Chair of Music in the Missouri Wesleyan College


CARRIe AMEIILIA HYATT,
Planorarte lastructor.

Miss Carrie Amelia Hyatt as accompanist and in-
structor of organ and pianoforte. Miss Hyatt is a
graduate of the Vincennes University, and has studied
under many celebrated musicians. As a teacher she
possesses true art and natural ability, is tactful and
successful in her methods, instills enthusiasm, takes a
personal interest in her pupils, and brings forth won-
derful results. She comes to the department with ten
years of successful experience in teaching, and is pre-
pared to instruct pupils of any age or grade.






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General Federation of Women's Clubs, at Milwaukee,
in 1900, and founder and first President of the National
League of Mineral Pailiters.
All varieties of art work willbetaught. There will


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This important department of the Chautauqua work
is under the direction of Mrs. S. S. F'rackleton, of
Chicago, Ill., a lady of international reputation. The
marked originality and skill of her methods has won


HARVEY B. MARK~S.

be classes in oil and water colors, painting on china
and glass, pyrography, with wood and leather, carved
leather, lace and needle work, basketry and bead-
work. The basket work made of reeds, pine-needles'










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CA VIRGI~I SITH

her many distinctions; among which were medals
from the leading Exhibitions of late years, held at
Rome, Italy. Antwerp, Holland. Toronto, Canada.


HON. FRANK S. REGAN.
Atlanta, Ga. St. Louis, Mo. Philadelphia, Pa. New
York, N. Y. Birmingham, Ala. World's Fair, Chi-
cago; the Paris and Pan-American Expositions. She
wais the Art Chairman of the Biennial Board of the






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Physical Culture and Expression. Miss Smith will
bring to the department a new vigor and wide experi-
ence. She is a graduate of Dr. G. W. Anderson's
Normal School of Physictl Education; and of Pardue


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Mrs. Frackleton will have a large and carefully se-
lected display of all branches of art, and several rare
curios, at the Chautauqua Art School, and all visitors
will receive a hearty welcome. It is the opportunity
of a life time to pursue a course of study under Mrs.


PH[L HUNTER,
Magician.
University, Lafayette, Ind; has been Instructor of
Physical Elocution, De Pauw University, Greencastle,
Ind., and the National Surgicallunstitute, Indianapolis;
Instructor of Sweedish Gymnastics at the Summer


Frackleton's able directorship, something to be for-
ever remembered with pleasure and joy.

IObysical Gulture anb ~ExpresstoR.
The management is exceptionally fortunate in se-
curing the services of Miss Ida Virginia Smith, of In-
dianapolis, Ind., as instructor of the Department of


LOvls SPEDNCan DILmers.
School of Methods,'' Bedford City, Virginia; In-
structor of Physical Training and Expression, Moun-
tain Lake Park Assembly, Maryland; at the Lexing-
ton Chautauqua, Lexington, Ky., and is the organizer
and lecturer of the Chicago Physical Culture Exten-
siOD SOciety.


ALEXANDER TARR. .





12 THE FLORIDA

Miss Smith is a young lady of charming presence, OA''UUs1
and is a thorough master of her art. Her success in Normal Course for Teachers, and a Course in Authentic
pantomime has called forth the highest tributes, and Gymnastics. This is. the best opportunity ever offered
she stands among the best teachers of Physical Train- for. training in the department, and should be em-
ing and Expression. braced by all.


rkinbe~rgarten.~
Thy-little~!'nes wll l begia4 tionowr that obe,kindler-
gartep will'be inkthe hand8 of at skilled andi com jetent,
teacher. Improved plethods and wror~k will 'b'e em-
playedd, and mu~chipleyptire and benefit w\illdBe de-
r. i~rived; by c~iildre$ ins iiis department. Th tert s are
made so reasonqblethiat the department' is capaille of
doinglspl'en~did wor~k.














REv. CHas. L. E. CARTWVRIGHT.
The Class work will consist of Vital Center "
work, Durinb-bell, Club and Wand Exercises, with
courses in "Delsarte Gymnastics and Corrective
Gymnastics," with special attention given to correct 0Lb~
"L poise and L' posture," the system taught being an
eclectic one. Miss Smith is also prepared to give a


PARKEOR CONCERT COMPANY.


Sunbap sichool, 1Rortal, anb JAble 5itubt!.
The Devotional anda Bible hour will be unusually a~t-
tractive. Every morning from t~en to eleven will be
devoted to Scriptural study. The list: of leaders for
Bible St~udy has been carefully selected, and great
benefit will be derived from the~le mOrning Services.
The Chautauqua gladly re-welcomes Rev. Chas. L. E.
Cartwright, Scottdale, Pa., Rev.. E. F. ..Albertson,
Greentown, Ind., Rev. Gross Alexander, Nashrille,
Tenn., Mrs. Homer A. Nelson, Poughkeepsie, N. Y.,
Rev. R. L. Semans, Markle, Ind., and Rev. N. B. C.
Love, Deshler, Ohio, and brings as new workers in
this field of increasing activity Rev. George Summey
Clarksville, Tenn., Rev. J. M. Canse, Logansport, Ind.,
FrEDElRIC MUrIREIE. Rev. C. H. Leeson, Fowler, Ind., Rev. H. B. Marks,
Uticai Pa., and R'ev. M,:W. Browe, Cincinnati, Ohio.






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PLaT~RaaI~ronx-m:Canaton o CAUAUU AMPHITHErIg.MB

FIREWTORKS.
A notable feature of the 1903 Chautauqua will be il-
luminations of the Chautauqua Grounds, and a grand
display of Fireworks. Over two hundred and fifty
pieces containing the largest and most elaborate pris-
matic, shooting star, and shower rockets, and bomb-
shells; jeweled bouquets, batteries of variegated
stars, and electric showers, will break in mid air, and
their many colored beauties be mirrored in our crystal
lake. The display used is the famous Nordlinger
Charlton Fireworks, the same as used at Chautauqua,
N. Y., and the Ocean Grove Assembly. This will be
a sight never to be forgotten, and De Funiak will ap-
pear a veritable Fairy-land.


CABOLINED ARTRUR DINwlamE &
*Soprano.


A GREAT CONVENIENCE.
A BENEFIT TO ALL"
In order to save time and trouble of Saturday ex-
cursionists and to induce all who visit De Funiak
Springs to receive the benefit of the superb Ohautatu-
qua Entertainments the price of all Saturday excur-
sion tickets sold on the L.. &~ N. R. R. will include the
price of the regular Chautauqua ticket.
The purchaser and holder of each return ticket will
therefore only need to show the same at the entrance
of Amphitheatre thereby avoiding the crowd and long
delays at th~e'entrance-vis:-35 cents will be added to
the price of each Adult R~ailroad ticket and 20 cents to
each Half Railroad ticket at all stations. This is a
good regulation for it saves trouble for regular Chau.
tatuqua visitors, and affords ilst .class entertainment
to th~ose who otherwise might not avaiL themselves of
the privilege. No other Railroad excursion ill the
world so cheap and profitable in good. results-as the
tr'ip to De Funiak Springs including admission all day
to the Florida Chautauqua.


1TRounb Eable.
The great interest and enthusiasm shown at the
Round Table last season was one of the features of
the Chautauqua. It affords a pleasing and pi~ofitable
opportunity for the study of literature and kindred
























subjects, and promises much for the lovers of books.'
ITt is held at the eleven o'clock hour at the Amphithe 4~'
atre and devoted to the consideration of literary qlues- .
t~ions. After a presentation of the subjjecl'by thbe
speaker the topic will: be thrown open to the house for''d
:.~questions and general discussion, making it especially:
.:interesting and profitable. ';-






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BENALDINE SMITH.



9 THE PLATFORM.

LIST OF TALENT.
Musical Roll:
Birkholz Military Band and OrchestraZ(St. Louis,
Mo.), Skilled and Talented Musicians. Engaged
for the entire season.
Prof. B. F. Peters (Ligonier, Ind.), Baritone Soloist,
Chorus Director and Vocal Instructor.
Carrie Amelia Hyatt (Indianapolis, Ind.), Graduate
c] Vincennes University, Superb Pianist and Accom-
m panist, Piano and Organ Instructor, .
Lrl WDonna Adair (Chicago, Ill.), Dramatic Soprano.
LZ1 Winsome and Popular.
3~LrlilMilo Deyo (New York City), The Famous Romany
t ~ O Pianist. Artistic Poetic Brilliant I Unique !
~I Mrs. B. F. Peters (Ligonier, Ind.), Mezzo-Soprano.
Charming and Pleasing.
SCaroline Artbur Dinwiddie (Clarksville, Tenn.),
Mezzo Soprano.
Belle White (OJolumbus, Ohio), Celebrated Contrallto.







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Bertie K. Shipley (Athens, Tenn.), A Reader of
Rare Talent and unexcelled Dramatic Ability.
Frederic Muiree (Columbus, Ohio), Instructor in
SPublic Speaking Ohio State University : Popular
Impersonator and Dramatic Reader.
Prof. S. I. Conner (Muncie, Ind.), Clever Character
Delineator and Celebrated Entertainer.


IIlnstrated .Lectures and Entertainments:

Phil Hunter Company, (Cincinnati, Ohio); Phil Hunt-
Ir d he Wizard," a magician un excelled in the
i ger emaiinistuart; Carl Anderson, c rt onist, hummt--
ist ad violinistd (orm aLrr combine io.nei rt

an original thinker and vivid word painter. Simurl.-
tneuous presentation of stereopticon and moving
Hon.Fran S.Regan, (Rockford, Ill.); a rapid
crayon artist of marked ability. With the stroke ,of
his pencil he carries the audience from the humorous
to the sublime.
Frederic HBurd (New York City.), Popular Society
Entertainer in a Program of Deceptions which ~has
placed him in his present enviable position.
Miss Elinor Courtney, (Chicago, Ill.) After .four
years in the Arctic Belt of perilous thrilling personal
adhventures, Miss Courtney describes with wonderful
panoramic effect the marvelous radiance of the Land
of thie Midnight Sun."
Mrs. Frank Wilde, (Cincinnatti, Ohio); who was
present at the "Coronation Ceremony," will speak
:twith~accuracy and give in detail the entire crowning
of KingEdward VII.
Kline's Cinematogfraphe Lumiere, (Richmond, Ind).
SMr. Isaac Kline returns to the Florida Chautauqua
:this season with three machines, including a special
one built under his own supervision, bringing with
him many new films of recent subjects.
FIREWORKS. The famous Nordlinger Charlton
SDisplay, used at Ocean Grove Assembly and, at the
~Mother Chautauqua. 250 Aerial pieces will be dis-
played and vie with the brilliancy of the stars and
clear sky, on several Saturdaty evenings during the
Assembly.

Lecture Platform: -

Governor Jennings, Tallahassee, Florida.
Mrs. John A. Logan, Waishington, D. C.
Clara Barton, Washington, D. C.
Dr. H1. A. Gobin, President DePauw University,
Greeneastle, Ind.
Hon. Wallace Bruce, Brooklyn, N. Y.
R~ev. Frank W. Luce, St. Louis, Mo.


Benaldine Smith (Indianapolis, Ind.), Star Violinist. -
Frances Byers (Cooperstown, Pa.), Soprano Vocalist
and Instrumentalist.
Harvey B. Marks (Utica, Pa.), Wonderful Mandolin-
ist. Special Soloist a~t Carnegie Music Hall, Pitts-
burgh, Pa. 1
Klarissa Kathryn Koons (Muncie, Ind.), Talented
Soprano.
Mrs. Elizabeth de Barrie Gill (Philadelphial, Pa.),
Wonderful Contralto, Soloist and Harpist.
Edith Alexander (Nashville, Tenn.), Gifted Pianist.
Cora Mallory (Pensacola, Fla.), Superb Violinist.
Walter B. Ball (New~ark, Ohio), Popular Baritone.
Mrs. Endora Klock Pardee (Jamestown, N. Y.), So-

Ms.a .arl Ashton (Columbus, Ohio), Pianoforte

VS dr ilt University Glee and Instrumental Clubs
(Nashville, Tenn.), 25 members. The Famous Col-
lege Club of the South.
Parker Concert Company (Binghamton, N.Y.), Vocal
and Instrumental. Mandolin, Guitar, Piano, Vio-
lin, and Miss Juanita Boynton, Wonderful Dra-
matic Reader.
Otterbein Male Quartette (Westerville, Ohio)'
Popular Everywhere. Humorous and Talented
Singers.
Williamson Sisters (Columbus, Ohio), Sweet Singfers.


Readers and Impersonators:
Ida Virginia Smith (Indianapolis, Ind.), Accom.
polished Reader, Pantomimist, Indian Club Swinger
and Instructor in Physical Education, Expression
arid Corrective Gymnastics.
Captain' Jack Crawford (Chicago, Ill.), The Poet
Scout." The Wonderful G~ehjiits of the Sunny
Southwest wrapped in sunshine and buckskin,
Louis Spencer Daniel (Lebanon, Tenn.), The Great.
est Impersonator of Negro'Charate'r in Abrierica,
will be re-welcomed by De Funiak Springs and all
Western Florida.
Mrs. Elizabeth. e Barrie Gill (Philadelphia, Pa.),
Singing-Reader and Impersonator of Pennsylva-
nia. Magnetic and Captivating.
Frederick Truman (Wickliffe, Ohio), Celebrated Im-
personator. His delineation of Dickens' Charac-
ters are truly marvelous*
Mary Lamar (Nashville, Tenn.), Artistic Reader.
Urlin G. Perrill (Columbus, Ohio), Humorist, Im-
personator and Characterist. Heartily re-wel-
comed. .
Mine M. Mechling (Findlay, Ohio), Dramatic, Mag-
netic and Brilliant Reader. .
Prof. Frank S. Fox (Columbus, Ohio), A Genuine
Dramatic Artist and Impersonator,







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Hon. D. E. Ainsworth, Deputy State Superintendent
of Public Instruction, Albany, N. Y.
Rev. Chas. L. E. Cartwright, Ph. D., Scottdale, Pa.
Rev. George Summey, D. D.. L. L. D., Chancellor,
Southwestern Presbyterian -Uziversity, Clarks-
ville, Tenn.
Dr. D. H. Mann, P. R. W. G., Templars of the World,
Brooklyn, N. Y.
Rev. E. L. Rexford, Columbus, Oio.
Rev. Madison Swadener, D. D., Marion, Ind.
Frank A. Cattern, Chautaugua, N. Y.
Aletgander Tarr, Cincinnati, Ohio.
Mrs. Homer A. Nelson, W. C. T. U., World's Dele-
gate for 1903, Pougfhkeepsie, N. Y.
Rev. Edmund F. Albertson, Greentown', Ind.
Rev. Gross Alexander, S. T. D., Presiding. Elder of
Louisville, Ky.
Rev. Milton Wilbert Brown, M..A., M. Sc., Cincinnati,
Ohio.
Rev. J. M. Canse, Logansport, Ind.
Mrs. J. Md. Canse, Logansport, Ind.
Rev. Raymond L. Semans, Markle, Ind.
Hon. C. H. Lgney, Pensacola, Florida.
Rev. N. B. C. Love, D. D., Deshler, Ohio.
Lena May Love, Deshler, Ohio.
Rev. C. H. Leeson, D. C. L., Fowler, Ind.
Rev. Robert Sellers, Greeneastle, Ind.
Rev. Harvey B. Marks, Utica, Pa.
C. L. Hayes, Principal, State Normal School, De
Funia~k Springs, Florida.
Kenneth Bruce, Brooklyn, N. Y.


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TUESDAY--February 10. .
8.00 Addresses of welcome by President Walllace Bruce, Mayor
Henry and Principal C. L. Hauyes of the State Normal Col-
lege. Overture: : .Birkhols Military Band and Orchestra.
Duet by Prof. and Mrs. B. 'F. Peters, Ligonier, Ind., Club
Singing and Dramatle selection by Ida, Virginia Smith,
Indianapolis, Ind., Rapid Crayon sketches by Ron. Frank S.
Regan, Rockfiord, Ill., Soprano solo by Mrs. Endora Klook
Pardee, Jamestown, N:Y., Humorous impersonations by the
Inimitable Louis Spencer Daniel, Lebanon, Tenn and the
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WEONESDAY--February 11 .
10.00 Biblical Hour: "Christ and the Church," Rev. Edmund F.
Albertson.
11.00 Free IVeeting in the Tabernacle: Introduction of Teachers
and- organization of *special classes.
2.30 Opening Band Concert: Birkhols Military Band.
3.00 Dramatization: "Warwick :of ~the Knobs,"- Louis Spencer
Daniel.
7.00 Organization of Chorus: Under the Directorship of Prof.
B. F. Peters, Ligonier, Ind.
8 00 Grand Concert: Parker Concert Company.


THITR8DAY-February 191
10.00 Biblical Hour: "' Christ arnd His Christianity," Rev. Edmund
F. Albertson.
2.30 Band Concert: Birkholz Military Band.
3.00 Chalk Talk: The Great American Small Boy," Hon. Frank
S. Regan.
7.00 Chorus Rehearsal: Prof. B. F. Peters.
8.00 Dramatization: Stringtown on he Pike," Louis Spencer
Daniel.

IPRIDAY-P~ebiruary 18.
10,00 Biblical Hour: "L The Chivalry of Christ."' Rev. Edmund B.
Albertson.
2.30 Band Concert: Birkholz Militairy Band.
3.00 Concert: Parker Concert Company.
7.00 Chorus Rehearsal: Prof. B. F, Peters.
8.00 Chalk Talk: "Tie Sunshine irilthe Shadow," Hon. Frank
S. Regan.

SATIFRDAY-Februrary 14.
10.00 Biblical Hour: Christ's Love for All Mankind," Rev. Ed-

11.00 munpneb Et raiment: Louis Spencer Daniel in his wonder-
ful impersonations and sketches of African Humor; Mrs.
Endora Klook Pardee, Soprano Soloist and the celebrated
SParker Concert`Company.
2.80 Proinenade Concert: Birkholz Military Orchestra.
8.00 Unique Entertainment: Hon. Frank S. Rtegan, the rapid
crayon artist; Prof. and Mrs. B. F.i Peters in Duett and Solo
selections; Juanita, Boynton, Drainstic Reader and selections
by the Celebrated Parker Concert Company Ladies Quartette.
7.00 Grand Concert: Overture, Birkholz Military Band; Humor-
ous Impersonations, Louis Spencer Daniel; Soprano Solos,
Mrs. B. F. Peters and Mrs. Endora-Klook. Paidee; Dramatic
Reading, Miss Ida Virginia Smith; Cisyon Sketches by Hon.
Frank S. Regan the Great Cartoonist; Vocal and Instrn-
mental Selections, Parker Concert Company and Miss Smith
in her artistic exhibition of Club Swinging.

SUNDAY--February 15.
9.30 Sunday School in the various churches.
11.00 Sermon: Rev. Madison Swadener.
5.00 Chautauqua Sabbath Vesper Service: Amphitheatre.
7.00 Song Service: Prof. B. F. Peters.
7.30 Sermon: Rev. Edmund F. Albertson.

IONDAY--February 16.
10.00 Biblical HIour: The Inspiration of History," Rev/ C. H.
Leeson.
11.00 Round Table: Shakrespeare's ." A: Midsummer eight'ss
Dream," Wallace Bruce.
2.30 Band Coneert: v33irkbels Military Band.
3.00 Lecture: ".Life'sproblem,"~ Rev. Edmund F. Albertson,
7.00 Chorus Rehearsal:a Brof. B. F. Peters.
8.00 Gtrand -oncert:iParker Concert Company.


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TUESDAY-FPebruary 17.
10 00 Biblical Hour: "' Birth of Religious Thought," Rev. C. H. _
Leeson.
11.00 Round Table: LL William Cullen Bryant," Wallace Brued.
2.30 Band Concert: Birkholz Military Baod.
3.00 Lecture: "Images," Rev. C. H. Leeson. ~7
7.00 Chorus Rehearsal: Prof. B. F. Peters.
8.00 Lecture: "L A Parson's Philosophy of Life,"l Rev. Madison
Swadener.


WEDNESBDAY---i'ebruary 18.
10.00 Biblical Hour: The Kingdom of God,": Rev. C. H. Leeson. '
7.(10 Chorus Rehearsal: Prof. B. F. Peters.
8.15 Informal Reception: Hotel Chanianaqua.

S THURSDAY--February 19.
10.00 Biblical Hour i "' The Man and His Models," Rev. C. H. Leeson ; i
11.00 Round Table: Tennyson's ' Idylls of the King," Miss Ida c.
Vlirginiai Smith.
e.30 Band Concerr. Bil'kholz Military Band.
3.0b Law Lure: He a Madison Swadenner.
7.00 Ohorus Rehearsal: Proi. B. F. Peters.
8.00 Lecture: Hun. Wallace Bruce.


FRIDAY--February 201.
10.00 Biblical Hour: "' Christ and Darwin," Rev. C. H. Leeson.
11.00 Round Table: The American Indians," Mrs. Frackelton.
1?.30 Bind Concert: B'irkholz Military Ban~d. MILo. DEYO.
3.00 Likture: "The Yellowstone," Rev. C. H. Leeson.
7.00 Chorus Rehearsal: Prof. B. F. Peters.
8.00 Grand Coincert: Vanderbilt Glee and Instrumental Clubs.

SATURDAY--February 21.
(WASHLINGTON'S BIRTHDAY CELEBRATION.)
10.00 Biblical Hour: Rev. Madison Swadener.
11.00 Paltriotic Addlress. National Airs: Birkholz Military Band
and Selections by the Vanderbilt Glee and Instrumental
Clubs.
2.30 Promenade Concert: Birkholz Military Orchestra.
3.00Musical Entertainment: Vanderbilt University Glee and In- J
strumental Club~s (consisting of twenty-five members), En-
semble and Solo Selections.
7.00 Brilliant Concert: Vanderbilt University Male Quartette,
(Humorous Songs); Instrumental Selections, Banlo and
Mandolin Clubs; Dramatic Readings, Miss Ida Virginia*
Smith; College Medley, Vanderbilt Glee and Instrumental
Clubs,;and solos by Justin Thateher the well known SOra- 9,
matic Tenor.
Illumination of Chautauqua Lakie and Parkr; Magnitoent ,
display$ of Aerial Fire Works. *,I

SUNDAY--February 22.
9.30 Sunday School in the various churches.
11.00 Sermon: Rev. Frank W. Luce.
5.00 Chautinqua Sabbath Vesper Service: Amphitheatre.
7.00 Song Service: Prof. B. F. Peters. i
7.30 Sermon: Dr. H. A. Gobin.

IRONDAY--February SS. I 's
10.00 Biblical ~Hour: @[rs. Homer A. Nelson.
11.00 Round Ta~ble: -"Pottery," Mrs. S. S. Frackelton.
2.30 Ban'd Concert: .Birthole-Military Band. i PRoir. S. I. GowNsa.
3.00 Lec~ture: ."_T~heffhilosophy. of-theffnreal,'' H on. O.dH. Leney '
7i.00 OberuSRebearsal: refo. B:E: Reters. --*
8.00 Lecture: Savanarola.',' Rev. Frank W. Luce.







26 THE FLORIDA HATUQ1


TUESDAY--February 24.
10.00 Biblical Hour: Rev. Harvey B. Marks.
11.00 Roand Table: "L The Mocking Bird," Hon. C. H. Laney. .
2.30 Band Concert: Birkholz Military Band.
3.00 Lecture: The True Home, A Nation's Safeguard," Rev.
Frank W. Luce.
7.00 Chorus Rehearsal: Prof B. F. Peters.
8.00 Lecture (Illustrated): Chantanqut). Movement," Frank A.
Cattern.
WE~DlfEDAY-Feb~ruary 95. Ien 1
10.00 Biblical Hour: Rey. Harvey B. Marks
7.00 Chorus Rehearsal: Prof. B. F. Peters.
&15 Informal Reception: Hotel Chautauqua.

THURS~dAY-February 26.
10.00 Biblical Hour: Rev. Barvey B. Marks.
11.00 Round Table: Chautanqua Movement," Frank A. Cattern.
2 30 Band Concert: Blrkholz Military Band.
3.00 Musical Entertainment: Harvey B. Marks, Mandolinist, and
Frances Byers, Vocalist.
7.00 Chorus Rehearsal: Prof. B. F. Peters.
8.00 Plano-Forte Recital: Milo Deyo.

IFRIDATY-February 27.
10.00 Biblical i~our: Rev. Harvey B. Marks.
11.00 Round Table: "L George Eliot," Kenneth Bruce.
2.30 Band Concers: Birkholz Military Band.
3.00 Lecture: Dr. H. A. Gobin. GEORGE SUMMEY, D.D. L.L.
7.00 Chorus Rehearsal: Prof. B. F. Peters.
8.00 Lecture (Illustrated): The Passion Play," John L. Brandt.

SATURDAX--February 28.
10.00 Biblical Hour: Mrs. Homer A. Nelson.
11.00 Address: The American Citizen," Rev. Chas. L. E. Cart-
wright; Pianoforte Solo, Milo Deyo the Romany Planist,
and Soprano Solo Miss Frances Byers.
2.30 Promenade Concert: Birkholz Military Orchestra.
3.00 "'The Camp Fire and the Trail," An Hour with "' The Poet
Scout "Captain Jack Crawford. The only Entertainment
of its kind on earth.
7.00 Concert: Overture, Birkhols Military Band; Soprano Solo,
Miss Frances Byers; Selections by the great Mandolinist
Harvey B. Marks; Piano Solos, Milo Deyo, the Romany
Pianist; Popular Motion Pictures, John L. Brandt, inter-
spersed witlr"lOld Time Songs," sung by the Assembly
Chorus.
SUNDAY-Hllarch 1.
9.30 Sunday School in the various churches.
11.00 Sermon: Rev. Chas. L. E. Cartwright.
5.00 Chautauqua Sabbath Vesper Service: Alpine Park.
7.00 Song Service:` Prof. B. F. Peters.
7.30 Sermon: Rev. John I,. Braddt.
M1ONDAY-larch 8.
10.00 Biblical Hour: "The Make-up of the Bible," Rev. Chas. L.
E. Cartwright.
11.00 Round Table: 'uture of .the Ang~lo-Saxon," Hiarvey B.
Marks.
2.30 Band Concert: Birkholz Military Band. 6
3.00 PianoForte Recital: Milo Dego. ..
7.00 Chorus Rehearsal: Prot.?B. F. Peters,:
800 Lecture (lllustraped): ";Egypt Old arid New," John L.

~TU~ESDAY-March 8.
10.00 Biblical Hour:ML':h) 4e believe.the Bible," Rev. Chas. L.
E. Cartwright.
11.00 Round Table: Raphael,"l.Mrs. J. M. Canse.
2.30 Band Concert: Birkholz Military Band,
3.00 Lecture: L* The Force of Habit," Rev. J. M. Case.
7.00 Chorus Rebearsal: Prof. B. F. Peters.
8.00 Lecture (Illustrated): Natural Wonders of. the World,"
John L. Brandt. W~man B. BAI.







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10.00 Biblical HourTVEDN 'PeSpt;ialL f R J. M. Conse.
7.00 Chorus Rehearsal? r fi.3. F. Peters.
8.15 ~Informal Rece f~~:iont l ChabL/usan.

10.00 Biblical ou~r ** Psalms of Praise," Rev. J. M. Conse.
11.00 Round T blie: tlMicha'el ngelo," Mi's. J. M. Conse.
2.30 Band CIoncertl:l Birlihojl- Mllliary Band.
3.00 Lectulri la I the Seboo)l of Life," Rev. Chas. L. E. Cart-

7.00 Choru Rkehearsal: Prof. B. F. Peters.
8.00 Wond terlEil~itertaiinment: The Phil Hunter Company.

P~REDAY-Marcih 6.
10.00 31 rlicl, Hou~r Julsrldriction by Faith,"'Rev. J. M. Canse.
11.00 'Rou~nd Table . Ms-a I note Met," Wallace Bruce.
2.30 Band c-oncert: Blrkhojlr Malitaryi Band.
3.00 E r rerjlr umen t Poil Bu trer Companr.
7.00 Onocus It~beairia PrFi. B F:Peters. ~
8.00 Lecturrc I Iiflustraed t **l Alairska and the Klondike," Miss Eli-
nor~ cou~rtr. 0y
SA~T U1R DA Y March 7.
(CHIDitEcN''S DY.)
10.00 Biblical Hour: Christian Stewatrds'hip," Rev. J M. Canse.
11.00 Musteal Entertainment: Cornet and Violin Solos, Verne
Moore the popular musician; Crayon Sketches by the elever
Cartoonist, Carl Anderson; Mandolin Solo, Harvey B.
Marks: and Piano Selections, Milo Deyo, the Romany
Pianist.
2.30 Promenade Concert: Birkholz Military Orchestra.
3.00 Remarkable Entertainment: Phil Hunter Company, Extra-
ordinary Exhibition in Magic by the Wizard Phil Hunter;
violin, cornet and piano solos, Verne Moore; Humorous
Impersonations and Oaricatures, Carl Anderson.
7.00 Unique and AmusingEntertainment : Descriptive Selections,
Birkholz Military Band and Orchestra; Wondgrful Slight
of Hand exhibition, Phil Buriter; Piano Solo, Milo Deyo'
Mandiolin Selections, Harvey B. Marks: Ten Minutes Trip
Through "L Alaska," illustrated with colored slides, Miss
Elinor Courtney; Moving Pictures," Battles on Land and
Sea," Kline's Ofnematographe Lumiere.
Inlumination of Chautauqua Grounds.' Grand Aerial D~is-
play of Fire Works.
SUNDAY-H1~arch8.
9.30 Sunday School in the various~ churches.
11.00 Sermon: Rev. J. M. Canse.
5.00 Chautauqua Sscreath V,esper Service: Alpine Park.
7.00 Song Service Proi. E. F.'Peters.
7.30 Sermon: Rev.i Raymonid L: Semans.

HONDAY-Maiich 9.
10.00 Biblical Hour: "Missionary Work in the Philippines," Rev.
Raymond L. Semans.
11.00 Round Table: The flredly pof Inoi;rirty," Dr. D. H. Mann.
2.30 Band Concert: Birabolz MlilitrSr Band,
3.00 Nemems resAdiAs o b Dal. H. .Mann. Mrs. Homer A.

7.00 Chorus Rehearsal: Prof. II. F. Peters.
8.00 Lecture (Illustrigb~d) : I iie "Wetig .tje Eskimos," Miss
Elinor Courtney.
TUESDAY-MIarchio lO.
10.00 Biblical Hour: The Whiii te Ma..'s'A ka," Rev. Raymond

11.o0 o u~nd ae: ' Thei Quakers," Mrs. Homer A. Nelson.
2.30 Band Concert: Birkhols Military Band.
3.00 Lecture: American Genius," Kenneth Bruce.
7.00 Ohorus Rebearsal: Prof. B. F. Peters.
8.00 Concert: Assembly Chorus and Soloists.


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WOD~NEIIDAT--Mareb -fl.
10.00 )Bblicid ;Iour ** Flou.ndacon Sones,'s;. Re R pond L.
7.00 Chorus Rehearsal: Prof. B. F. Peters.
8.15 I~nformal Reception* Hotel Chadtfiuius.; ( j
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:. rBTUS X-- ;~f~)Or 12.,
10.00 Biblical Hour:.Rev. Robert Sellers.
11.00 Round Table: ASn Old: Experiment Rev. Raymond L.
Semans. .
2.30 Band Concert: Birkholz Military Band. .
3.00 Leeture: "Pebbles by-the Way~slite "il Praink-~nkS. Fox'
7.00 Ohorup rehearsal:. gJrof;:BF. Peters.
8.00 Lecture ( HuisEtraed): "~ History of the Coronation Ceremony,"
~rs. Frank Wilde.it. 1 ; i

RBIDALY--Maral 13.
10.00 Biblical Hour: Rev. RoberqSellers.,i :
11.00 Round Table: "SUperstition," Kieocr~nt ruce. .

3 ;.00 eeure~e: 'W ho is She," Rev. Raymond L. Semans. ~
7.00 Chorus Rehearsal: Prof. B. F. Peters.
8.00 Concert: Otterbein Male Quarteste. ~~~.

SATURDAY--March 14.
10.00 Biblical Hour: "Study of the Bible," Rev. George Summey.
11.00 Entergesinment: oprano Solo, Donna Adairi Humorpu
Readings, Bertie K.~: Shipley,.Gifftkd Impersnazt~oq; Bart-
tone So~lo, Prof.' B. F. Peters; Dramatic Readings, Prof-
Frank S. Fox, Interii~re' or.
2.30 Promenade Foncert:. Birkholz Military Orohtistra.
3.00 fo icert: ot erbeli)&a ltequttt tf: aij~ds ste byge IrtK.
Shi~Pelef Reader and Mrs. B. F. Peters, Soprrno. -
7.00 Muusicl Entertaipnmenqti H~Pmoros .Seleftions, Otterbein
Male Quartette; Soprano-Solos, Donna Adair; Dramatic
and Humorous Readings,.Bertie K. 'Shipley; Songs by the
Assembly Chorus; Humorous Impersonations; Prof. Frank
S. Fox; Seenes front the "L Cporonatio'on bre~i iti Edward VII,"
Illustrated, Mrs. FrankliClde; Moviag' Pictures, "'Funeral
., of Queen VictoriS," Kl!ine's Qinematographe Lumigre. .

IsvaNDB--Marea r>.
9 .30 Suriday School iri the various churches'. -
11.00 Sermon: Rev. Alexander Tarr.
5.00 Chautauqua Sabbath Vesper Servi~ce: Alpine Park.
7.00 Song Service: Prof. B. F. Peters.
,7.30 Sermon: Rev. George .Summey. ,
-MONiDAY--March 16.1 '
10.00 Biblical Hour: "The Bible; its Divisions," Rev. George
Summey.
11.00 Round Table: "The Poet (Burns) and the ,Imagination,'.
Alexander Tarr. ). 3
2.30 Band Concert: Birkholz 19ilitary Band.
3.00 Lecture: "Impressions and Expresisions," Prof. Frank S.
Fox. .
7.00 Ohorus Rehearsal: Prof. B..F. Peters.
8.00 Lecture (Illustratted): Housekeeplag in India," Mrs. Frank
Wilde.
TIJESDAY--March ~17.
10.00 Bibllearl'jKour : "!~Ph#Bbe: its Poetry,"l :Rey, Gecige Sum-
mer.
11.00 Round Table: "'The N~jnetist (Bsigat* and .Realism," Alex-
wisder Tarr:: ,
2.30 Banid Conoprt: Birkholz Military:Band
3.00 Lect~urPI:i ReV. R~hbpt Selle~rs.
7.00 Ohorns Rehearsal: Prof.JEliF. Peters.
8.00 Impersonations: Bertie K. rShipley ,


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WEDNESDAY-Harch 18.
10.00 Biblical Hour : The Bible; Miracles it Contains," Rev.
George Summey.
7.00 Chorus Rehearsal: Prof. B. F. Peters.
8.15 Informa Reception: Hotel Chalutauqua.

THOnsurL-nMarea 1o.
10.00 Biblical Hour : Other Sebming Diticulties of the Bible,"
Rev. George Summey.
11.00 Round Table: Lord Byron,"' Kenneth Bruce.
2.80 Band Concert: Birkholz Military Band.
3.00 Address: Forestry Hour.
7.00 Chorus Rehearsal: Prof. B. F. Peters.
8.00 Lecture: "L All the World's a Stage," Alexander Tarr.
PRIDAT-1tarcoh 21.
(EDUCATIONAL DAY.)
10.00 Biblical Hour: "Christ, the Jewish Ideal," Rev. George

11.00 SoumeT~able: The Dramatist (Shakespeare) and the
Bible," Alextander Tarr.
2.30 Band Concert: Birkholz Milithry Band*
3.00 Address: "L The Great Teacher," Principal C. L. Hayes.
7.00 Chorus Rehearsal: Prof. B. F. Peters.
8.00 Lecture: "' The Conquering Nation," Hon. D. E. Ainsworth.
SATURDAY-Haerch 2l.
(GOVERNOR'I DAY.)
10.00 Biblical Hour : "Christ, the Roman Ideal," Rev. George
summer.
11.00 Address: The Bepublic," Hon. D. E. Ainsworth; Soprano
Solo, Klarissa Kathryn Koons; Impersonations, Urlin G.
Perrill; Baritone Solo, Walter B. Ball.
2.30 Promenade Concert: Birkholz Military Orchestra.
3.00 Address: Goverhor Jennings of Florida.
7.00 Grand Concert: Contralto Solos with harp accompaniment,
Mrs. Elizabeth de Barrie Gill; Soprano Solo, Carrie Din-
Btde eHumo Wu ICrha atr Sketches, erin, r erringn :
Ashton; Violin Solos, Cora Mallory; Contralto Solo, Belle
White; Dramatic Sketches and Child Impersonations, Mrs.
Elizabeth de Barrie Gill; Soprano Solo, Klarissa Kathryn
Koons; Moving Protures, Recent Subjects," ~Kline's
Cinematographer Lumiere.
SUNDAYP-March 2S.
9.30 Sunday Schools in the various churches.
11.00 Sermon: Rev. N. B. C. Love.
5.00 Chautauqua Sabbath Vesper Service: Alpine Park.
7.00 Song Service: Prof. B. F. Peters.
7.30 Sermon: Rev. Milton Wilbert Brown.

MONDA'Y-March 28.
10.00 Biblical Hour: Rev. N. B. C. Loye.
11.00 Round Table: The Ethics of Otbello," Rev. Milton Wilbert
Brown.
2.30 Band Concert: Birkholz Military Band.
3.oo Readings from James whitcomb Riley: Urlin G. Perrill;
Solos by Belle White and Mrs. Ashton.
7.00 Chorns Rehearsal: Prof. B. F. Peters.
8.00 Unique Entertatiment: Mrs. Elizabeth de Barrie Gill.
TUESDAY--March 24.
10.00 Biblical Hour: Mrs. Homer A. Ne'lson.
11.00 Round Table: Rev. N. B. C. Love.
S.30 Band Concert: Birkhols Military Band.
3.00 Lecture: The. Superfluous Man," Rev. Milton Wilbert

7.00 Coru Rehearsal: Prof. B. F. Peters.
8.00 Grand Concert: Mrs. Elizabeth de Barrie Gill, Walter Ball,
Klarissa Koons, Belle White, Carrie Dinwiddie and Mrs.
Ashton.


WM. W. FLOURNOY,

ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW

De Funiak Springs, Fla.
The New Brick Office on Seventh Street.




L. F. CA WTHON N,




OFFICE, NORTH ROOM PHOTO BUILDING.




W~i. T. MAY

AT


st Th.8 Busy COrner."
(Successor to W. L. CAWTHON.)

The largest and most complete line of General Mer-
chandlse in town.


NOtions, Hats, Shoes, Hardware,

TinWare, ChOiO8 Fancy Gr-TO

Series, Feed Stuff, &c.

Prices as low as the lowest. 1,Visitors and R'esidents
cordially invited to inspect our stock..


CHAUITAUQUA. 33


Telephone 59. P. O. Box 136.


ir
5


FREE DELIVERY.


4 gy; FENACPLA, PLbA.



AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.


Packed in Sacks and Shipped to all Points by

Express C. O. D.


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34 THE FLORIDA

WEDNESDAY--March 95.
10.00 Biblical Hour: Rev. Milton Wilbert Brown.
7.00 Chorus Rehearsal: Prof. B. F. Peters.
8.15 Informal Reception: Hotel Chautauqua.

THURSDAY-March SO.
10.00 Biblicbl Hour: Rev. Milton Wilbert Brown.
11.00 Round Table: Sidney Lanier," Miss Lena May Love.
2.30 Band Concert: Birkholz Military Band.
3.00 Selec aos: "Mrs. Wiggs of the Cabbage Patch," Minue M.

7.00 Chorus Rehearsal: Prof. B. F. Peters.
8.00 Impersonations~: "The CGricket on the Hearth," Frederick
Truman.

PRIDAY--March 27.
10.00 Biblical Hour: Rev. Mlilton Wilbert Brown.
11.00 Round Table: Edgar Allen Poe," Miss Lens May Love.
2.30 Band Concert: Birkholz Military Band.
3.00 Lecture: "LPathology of Drunkenness," Dr. D. H Mann.
7.0o chorus Rehearsal: Prof. B F. Peters.
8.00 Impersonations: "lOliver Twist," Frederick Truman.

SATURDAY-Haerch 28.
(VETERANS' DAY.)
10.00 Biblical Hour: Rev. N. B. C. Love.
11.00 Veterans' Rally: Presided over by Brigadier-General F. C.

2.30 Promen'ade Concert: Birkholz Military Orchestra.
3.00 Addresses: Mrs. John A. Logan and Rev. A. W. Lamar;
Violin Solos, Benaldine Smith; Recitation, Mary Lamar;
Songs, The Williamson Sisters Quartette.
7.00 Dramatic and Musical Entertainment: Overture, Birkholz-
Military Band; Violin Solo, Benaldine Smith; Dramatic and
Humorous Impersonations, Frederickt Truman; Piano Solo,
Carrie Hyatti; Hurh, 'A Trip to Magicana including his
latest conception The Hand of the Orient; Reading,
Minne M. Mechling; Williamson Sisters Quartette; Duo-
logue, Urlin G. Perrill and Frederic Muiree; American
Victories on Land and Sea," Kline's Lumiere Cinemato-
graphe.

S1UNDAY--March 29.
9.30 Sunday School in the various churches.
11.00 Sermon: Rev. A. W. Lamar.
5.00 Chautauqua Sabbath Vesper Service: Alpine Park.
rnm0 osng Sev Prof. B..Pters.


MONDAY--March 30.
184~0 Biblical Hour: Rev. N. B. C. Love.
2.30 Band concert: Birkholz Military Band.
8.00 Lecture: "'The Greatest Thing in the World," Rev. A. W.
Lamar.
7.oo chorus Rehearsal: Prof. B. F. Peters.
8.00 Concert: The Williamson Sisters Quartette; Reader and
Impersonator, Frederio Muiree.

TUESDAY--March 31.
10.00 BiblicalHour: "The Most Beautiful Book in the World,"
Rev. Gross Alexander.
2.30 Band Concert: Birkholz Military Band.
&.0 Le aure: ch Louin purchase '' Rev. N. B. G. Love.

8.00 Lecture: "LHusband and Wife Co-l partnership Rev. A. W.
Lamar.


CHAUTAUQUA, 35



phas. ( l~atson 0 .,








~OP. O 0 fOX Onb Oa~bef t eetb,

Qensaeola, ~florlba.
BARGAINS IN CITY PROPERTY.
SUBURBAN FARMS FOR SALE CHEAP.
ABSTRACTS OF TITLE FURNISHED.
STORES AND DWELLINGS FOR RENT.
Catalogue just issued. Write for it.





City Market...


Fresh Meats and




.. LOWEST PRICES.


CAWTHON &~ PRESCOTT,

PTOprietors.,

De Funiak Spring[s, Florida.

FREE DELIVERY EARLY AND LATE.



MRS. R. ROG-ERS,
TEACHER OF ART NEEDLE WORK,
Also carries a nice hine of Fancy Work and Materials,
at residence,
COR. LIVE OAK AVEN UE and ELEVENTH -St.



J. N. MO LANE, M. D.,

Office and Residence, BALDWIN AVENUE.
Office Hours: 8 to to A. M., 2 to 4 F. M.

DE FUNIAK SPRINGS, -- FLORIDA.








36 THE FLORIDA

TVEDNESJDAY---April 1.
10.00 Biblical Hour: ";The Seer of the Apostolic Circle," ReE*
Gross Alexander.'
7.00 Chorus Rehearsal: Prof. B. F. Peters.
8.15 Informal Reception: Hotel Chautauqua. -

THURSDAY--Aprl2.
10.00 Biblical Hour: Five Determinative Facts of Paul's Life,"'

2.30 Bad soneet: B rrhla Military Band.
3.00 Lecture: "LThe W~ealth of People who Toil," Rev. 11 L.
Rexford. .
1.00 Chorus Rehearsal:' o~f. B. F. Peters.
8.00 Impersonation: "LThe Prigoner of Zenda," S. I. Conner.

FRIDAY-ABprl 3'
10.00 Biblical Hour: The Greatest Epistle''f the Greatest. Apos-
tie," Rev. Gross Alexander. :
2.30 Band Concert: Birkrholz Military Band.
3.00 Impersonation: "'The Soldier of Fortune," S. I.' Coimner.
7.00 Chorus Rehearsal: Prof. B. F. Peters." ( i
8.00 Entertainment: Piailo Solo, Edith Alexander; Impersona-
nons, Frederic Muiree; Pantomime, Ida, Virginiab Smith.

SATURDAY--Aprll 4. -
10.oo B~iblical Hour: Mrs. Homer Ai. Nelson.
11.00 Fun and Laughter," by The Inimitable Impersonator and
Caricaturist, S. I. i"onner, assisted by Mrs. B. F. Peters,
Soloist and Benaldine Smith, Violinist.
2.30 Promenade Concert: Hirkholz Military Orchestra.
3.00 Hurd, the Great Slight of Hand Performer.
7.00 Gfrand~O~ratorical Concert: Dramatic Reading, Idla Virginia
Smith; Humorous Impersonations, S. I. Conner; Violin
Solo, Benaldine Smith; "Miriam's Song of Triumph,"` As-
sembly Chorus, assisted by Carrie Hyatt and Birkholz
Military Orchestra; Uncle Sam at Home and Abroad,'
Kline's Cinematographe Lumiere.
















Ebe florfba Gbantanqua*

oFFIcERS.


A. MI. AVERY,~
Importer and
Jobber of .


HARDWARE, IRON, NAILS,

AXES, SPADES, SHOVELS.

SAW-MILL AND STEAMBOAT SUPPLIES.

Cooking and Heating Stoves, Paints, Oils and Window
Glass. Agate and Tinware and General
House-Furnishing Goods.

MASONIC TEMPLE,
Cor. Palafox and Garden Sts.,
PEN'SACOLA, FLA.



Chautauqua Barber Shtop,
HEADQUARTERS FOR ALL KINDS OF
FIRST-CLASS TONSORIAL WORK.
HOT AND COLD HATHS.
'.S ~AT ~S


oROO~MS TO RENT ANDBOR

KES. A. McL. (3ILLIS, Pr prietress.
COR. LIVE OAK( AVE. and CRESCENT ST.
Cetru Ma's::"'d; 1)e Funiak Springs, Fla.



J. A. DONALDSON
(Successor to J. B. COCK~ICROFT.)
lei\erp, }Beed and fales tables, Placksmtrith
aqld OWed WOBrk done to order.
Agent for the Barnesville Buggy.



A. D. MORRISON,
GENERAL PRODUCE AND
COMMISSION MERCHANT.

Country Produce a Specialty.
103 S. PALAFOX ST., PENSACOLA, FLA.

WOODINGTON & CO..
Dealers in
UNDERTAKING AND FUNERAL SUPPLIES.
..EMBIALMING D)ONE .
H. E. WICKEYRSHAM, Manager.
DE FUNIAK( SPRINGS, FLA.


CHAUTAUQUA. 37


ALL~ACE BRUCE, Presid nt.

N. COLVER, Secretary.


W.'T. MAY, Vice-President.
JAS. A. McLEAN, Treasurer-


DIRECTORS.

Mrs. W. J. Keyser,

Kenneth Bruce'

G. B. Campbell,
J. J. Fitzgerald. '


Alfred B. Chace,

M. A.'Wat~ren,
Clara Bruce,






CHAUTAUQUA. 39


38 'ritE FLORIDA


BIGGEST. BUSIEST.


BESTI.


THE STAR LAUNDRY,
Pensaoola, Florida.
Does the Best Work. Basket goes down Monday and
Wednesday and returns Thursday
and Saturday.

A. E. Edge, Agent,
De Funiak Springs, Florida.


B. F. NOYES,


At the Mlillinery Store
You will find for Ladies all the Latest
Stytles and Novelties in any line. .. .
And ours is the only line of
Stationery and Late Styles in
GENTLEMEN'S TIES.
Give us the pleasure of showing you our line.

W.. E. Parish &3 Co.,
De Funiak Sjprings, Fla.


LIVERY, FEED H. M. wADSWORTH1
and SALE STABLE, Proprietor.
DE FUNIAK SPRINGS, FLA.
(East of Depot.)
Good Teams. Careful Driving. Prompt Service.


E. R. SPR AGUE,


|nsurance \ ent

anb~otua y (Su blle.

AMERICAN F1RE OF PHILADELP-HIA.
CONTINENTAL OF NEW YORK.
r3ETNA OF HARTFORD.
NORTH BRITISH AND MERCANTILE,
ST. PAUL FIRE AND MARINE.
GERMAN AMERICAN OF NEW YORK.

WILL TELL YOU ABOUT ROOMS & COTTAGES.

OFFICE AND RESIDENCE:
First Door South of the Chautauqua Hotel Grounds,
DE FUNIAKE SPRINGS, FLORIDA.
Prompt attention to business.

THE BESIT ADVERTISINGC MEDIUM.[

THE DE FUNIAK H ERALD,

BUB80RBIPTION $1,00 PERl YEAB.
The oldest paper in Walton County, one of the
best agricultural and horticultural sections of the
the land of flowers. Official organ of W~alton Co.
ADVERTISING RATES LOW.
Sample Copies sent on application.


BURR USS CA WTH ON,
DEALER IN




NEW STOCK AT ROCK BOTTOM PRICE~S.
FREE AND) PROMPT DELIVERY.
Agents forM I~;~IE ,&~c. De Funiak Springs, Fla.


For Offices, Stores, Mills
and Residences is.



Particulars and Prices
gladly furnished by .

De Funiak Springs, Fla.





40 THE PLORIDA

Griffin House,

IDe Funiak Springs, Florida.
OPEN ALL THE YEAR.
Special Attention Given to Traveling Men.
Rooms, Table and Service Strictly First-Class.

J. R. Brown, Ecoprietor.


CHAUTAUQUA,


IFR~MM WCIILLY, JSLE waleNT
P ENSACOLA, FLA.

thewaa D1ose wga Toba~cco, Suon Cared0.

Ev~eryfhing in lorhrin7g is carried


Bee Hioe Sfore,
B e Puniah Springs, Florida.




Latest Styles and L-owest fPrices.
Also the only Full Stock of Furniture in Town.





The Hu b...
BALDWIN AVENUE.
WE CATER TO
TOURIST'S TRADE.
MoRRSs a caM PEecu,


" White Rock Lithia Water.


P88880018, Florid a.

Beach, Rogers & Co.,
Manufacturers of

Rough and Dressed
Building Material.
MOULDINGS, BRACKETS AND TURNED WORK*
DEALERS IN SASH, DOORS, BLINDS, ETc.
DE FUNIAK SPRINGS, FLA.

FLORENCE PARK COTTAGES.
are only about two blocks from
the Tabernacle, among the pines.
A few boarders will be taken
at reasonable rates ... .
N. COLVER, Proprietor.


41


(S CI~I~Y~)


RATES:
$2.OO per Day. $r0.50 per Week.

MORRIS BEAR, Pres.


$30.oo per Month.

MAX L. BEAR, Secy.


The Lewvis Be;

Company, Inc.
Wholesale Grocers and G


ar


ran.


STIOKE~

OW~L 4
--AND -


I~~~~ w~faa





42 THIE FLLORIDA


On the Circle.


DE FUNIAK SPRINGS, FLA.


Z" ~


In their new brick block on the old
site south of Court House, keeps
a full supply of ..


Joods droc

o~i72~~22y


~p~

~b~a~


o 92


EVERYTHING ...
NEW AND. UP-TO-DATE.


The New M2arket'
FRESH MEATS AND VEGETABLES.
.,..LOWEST PRICES . ..
SAMUEL STANLY, . PROPRIETOR,
De Funiak Springs, Florida.


WILLIAM DREYER,

ARCHITECT,
DE FUNIAK SPRING S. F LO RIDA.


CHIAUTAUQUA. 43

S. -K.. GI LL.IS,
Attorney at Law and Solicitor in Chancery.
Personal and prompt attention given to
all matters intrusted to his care
Office Near Court House. DB FUNIAK SPRINGS, FLA,.

L. F.COCHRAN,
WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER,
Lowest Pfices.
Work Guaranteed.
DE FUNIAK SPRINGS, FLA. New Brick Block.

DR.. W_ H. STINSON,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Residence,. Cor. I~ve Oak Avenue and Eleventh St.
Prepared to do all kinds of Surgery.
Calls Promptl! Attended.




Made on scientific principles, excels any
medicine yet produced for the cure of all
L1VER ILLS and resulting symptoms.
CONSTIPATION, INDIGESTION, BILIOUSNESS,
JAUNDICE, MALARIA, Etc.
A SUBSTITUTE FOR CALOMEL.
Better than calomel. No ill effect. No
griping. No sickening. No mineral or
vegetable poisons. No danger of
salivation,
B01RSR11t, Perfect, Parhiital Laxative. onuarran"dtee g",
to give perfect satisfaction or your money refunded.
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
SAMPLE BOTTLE FREE.

J. Mr. HELMSI~
CIT~Y DRAY.
Furniture, Trunks, etc., moved on short notice.
DE FUNIAK SPRINGS, FLA.


TAPPAN BROTH ERS,
DE FUNIAK SPRINGS, FLA.
BRICKLAYERS AND PLASTERERS,
Dealers in Brick, Lime, Cement,'Hair, etc. Work
solicited in adjoining towns. Prf ees according
to quality of work.


THE CHAUTAUQUA STORE '
WCill Make a Specialty of

CHOICE PROVISIONS

AND HEALTH FOODS,

FRUIT, E;Tc,
We also kreep a very select line of

Sh00, DTJ G0048, HarTWare 2114 General Mderchand'ise


F. C.. EA TO N,


C






44 THE FLORIDA


KNOWZLES BROS.,
OLDEST AND LARGEST


surance~ao fenoy~~~
IN WEST FLORIDA.
303 Bontb Patafox Street, Pensacola, Ftorida.
Next to First National Balic.
Managers Equitable Life Assurance Society of United States.


HOTEL CHAUTAUQUA.


HE Hotel Chautauquathas a commanding position
overlooking Chautauquat Park and Lake. Itbas
over one thousand runnihgf feet of wide verandas,
and large, airy sleeping rooms provided with open
gtes forping woods fi sd parlors bespeak a hearty
welcome, and a happy social atmosphere pervade the
house.
The dining room is spacious and cheerful, with a
seating capacity of several hundred.
The cuisine is excellent, the management obtaining
the best the market affords.
The water served in the Hotel is from the famous
Alpine Spring.
For rates, address HOTEL CHAUTAUQUA,
De Funiak Springs, Florida.
Special rates will be made for January, and for .
those staying through the entire $eason.


--THE-

Atlantic COaSt 1..ile

The Atlantic Coast Line covers the entire south and
touches all important centers. The trains are sumpt-
uous and fully equipped with Pullman cars. To reach
De Funiak from points in the northeast come via
River Junction.


CHAUTAUQUA. 45


... FIRE WORKS...


BUY FROM THE
MANUFACTURERS.

For Public and Private Displays,
Summer Resorts, Fairs
and Carnivals.

Nordlinger Charlton

Fireworks Co.,

148 and 1_45 West Broadway,
NEW YORK~ CITY.

We furnished the Fireworks for the Presidential Cele-
bration, City of Philadelphia, and had numerous other
Celebrations.
SEND FOR CATALOGUE.


VAN'S PATENT


1mpareced. Wreugh7t 8teel potAeble

Sotld and pamill AH (~S.

PATENT COFFEE AND TEA URNS,
COPPER WARE

and all kinds of Hotel Implements
for Culinary Purposes.
Manufactured and for sale by

THE JOHN VAN RANG-E CO.,
419 Elm St., and 410-416 Home St.,

CINCINNATI, OHIO.

Van's Range, and other Kitcheh Implements are
used in the" Hotel Chautauqua."'








ORAUTAUQ&UA. 47

How to Reach

DE FUNIAKP SPRINGS, FLA.
THE WASHINGTON AND SOUTHWESTERN LIMITEDI, operated daily the year
round, between New York and New Orleans, Via Pennsylvania. Southern
Railw;?y, A. & W. P., W. of A., and L. & N. Railroads, composed of Dining,
Pullman Drawing-Room, Sleeping, Observation and Library Cars. Attached
to train at Montgomery, Ala., is a local Pullman Drawmng-Room, Sleeping
Car between oM kgomery and Pen aoa, Fa qt to nhc passengerU. .nFre
M in, Pullman Drawing-Room, Sleepiug Cars, New York and New Orleans,
Dining Car Serv ce.
-No. 35 No. 37
U. Fast wL'8 id
Lv. NEW YORK, z d St. Station... Penn. R. R. *x2.lo n't *4.25 p. m.
" ". Cortl Desb. Sts .... Iz. rs 4.30
". Philadelphia ................... "L 7 20a.m. 6-55 ''
re WSHNG'TON .............. "L rL 1
Lv WASHINGTON .............. Soten yxI5 o4
Ar. Charlottesville, Union Station.. "L 2.6 m .450.m
LLCarltotte.........Central.i e "4 am. pLm
LY. Atlanta ....... ............I A. & W. P 5.25 "' 4.20 "L
Ar. Montgomery .................. W.Ryofla II.oo 9.20 "
,", Peacolo.a ..... .. L.. & NR.R. 4rp. ooaram.
Ar. DE FUNIAK SPRINGS.. ..... "L ..... q2
Full and complete arrangements can be perfected through any Agent of the
SOUTHERN RAILWAY, who will assist you mn every way to make the
trip most comfortable, either in Washington and Montgomery, or Washington
and Savannah. Call on, or address them. No trouble to "'answer questions."
NEW YORK-II85 Broadway; 27x Broadway. Bosrow--228 Washington St.
PHILADELPHIA--828 Chestnut St. BALTMORE-Izoo E. Baltimore St.
WASHINGTON--705 Fifteenth St.


"The Four-Track Series"

Tnhi itet titl s a s ries of books o etrra 1
apartment of the

New York Central &c Ilulsoil River Railroat
These small books are filled with information regard-
ing the best modes of travel and the education that can
best be obtained by travel, the whole world now agree-
ing with Lord Beaconsfield that Travel is the great
source of true wisdom.''
:They relate specifically to the great resorts of America
-to trips to the islands of the sea and around the world.
Giving a mass of useful information regarding the time
i~iequired for a jout-ney, its cost, and other data not easily
obtained elsewhere.
They also contain numerous illustrations and new ald
accurate maps of the country described.
Seven of the most notable numbers of the "Four.
Track Series are:
No. I, The Luxury of Modern Railway Travel.
No. 3, America's Summer Resorts.
No. 5, America's Winter Resorts.
No. 20, The Adirondack Mountains and How to Reach
Them* ,
No. 28, A New Map of Asia and the Chinese Empire.
No. 25, A Message to Garcia.
No. 26, American Railroads.
An illustrated Catalogue, a booklet of 52 pages, 4x8, giving a
synopsis of each of the 35 books now comprising the "'Four-Track
Series," as well as a small half-tone reproduction of each of eig t
beautiful etchings of scenery along the lines, or any of thle above
mentioned books, will be sent free, postpaid, to any address In the
world, on receipt of a postage stamp of any country on the globe,
by George H. Daniels, General Passenger Agent, Grand Central
Station, New York.







"I"C9 Evelf~~ tit 0<11110

Represents all that is best of human en-
deavor in piano construction on the
broadest and most advanced ideas. It is
a recognized art product appealing to
the culture and musical taste.

The Beautiful and Artistic




Is one of the leaders among the modern
and high grade pianos.




MONTGOMERIY, ALA1)AMA.


46 THE FLORIDA


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Only Direct Water Route from






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Fastest Mbodern Steamships and Excellent Service.
Three Sailings a W~eek, and oftener from New Yorkr, affording
Rail Connections to all South ern Resorts.
THEO. G. EGER, G;. M.
WM. P. CLYDE &2 CO., General Agents,
19 State Street, Newr York City,


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48 THE FLORIDA

T HO USA ND MI LEFS

IN 20 HOURS.

This is the daily task of the most remarkable
long distance train in the world, the "L20TH
CENTUREY LIMITED" between Chicago and
New York over the

Lap (tho and Michiganouhr D .

Not only is the journey made in perfect comfort,
but in connection with it the traveler has at his
command all the conveniences of the best ap-
pointed hotels.
The perfect condition of the LAKE SHORE
makes such service as this possible.


.RAI LROA D.


DOUBLE DAILY TRAINS
FROM! CHICAGO 'To

De Funiak Springs, Florida
AND ALL POINTS IN THE
SOUTH AND SOUTHEAST.

Ptullman Coaches and Drawing-Room Sleepers.
Pintsch Gas. Steal Heat.
All Trains W~ide Vestibuled.


'CHICAGO TICKET OFFICES, ?-.
131 Adams Street, Auditorium Anneu.
Dearborn Statlion,


For Book
travel, write


of Trains or matters about


A. J. SvilTH, G. P. & T. A.,
Cleveland, Ohio.



BIG FOUC'R


BEST LINE BETWEEN


CHICAGO, INDIANAPOLIS,

PEORIA, SANDUSKY.

CLEVELAND, COLUMBUs, DAYTON



DE r;UNIAK SPRINGS, FLORIDA,
UNION DEPOT CONNECTIONS.


Njo Transfer Across the City.


CINCINNATI or LOUISVILLE.
WARREN J. LYNCH,
General Passenger and Ticket Agent.




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