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: 1904
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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Volume ID: VID00004
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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The programme, diversified and carefully selected,
responds to the taste of a refined and cultured people,
and its widening influence has made De Funiak Springs
a rallying point for visitors from 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 phenome-
nal, her influence far-reaching, her teachings elevat-
ing; fully deserving the hearty tribute of Governor
Jennings of Florida who, in an address delivered in
the large Auditorium, referred to the Florida Chau-
tauqua 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-
derfulclimate. Crowning the crest of the Blue Ridge,
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The Florida Chautauqua

De Funiak Springs, Florida.
February 9th to April 2nd, 1904.
The Florida Chautauqua extends a cordial invitation
to her many friends and patrons to be present at her
Twentieth Anniversary; and it is her purpose to cele-
brate the event by eight weeks of unrivalled attrac-
tions, presenting not only the finest platform talent in
the country, but also recognized leaders in Literature,
Music, Art, Elocution and Oratory. She is justly
proud of her growth from a struggling Assembly of
four weeks to a flourishing Chautauqua of eight weeks,
a period surpassed by no other assembly and equalled
only by the Great Mother Chautauqua of New York.







2 THE FLORIDA

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
rolling 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 Adirondacks of Western
Florida," and De Funiak has been appropriately styled
"A Little Venice with fairy parks, miniature lakes,


ALPINE SPRING.
tumbling caseadps, 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.
The absolute purity and curative qual-
The Water cities of 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
health-seeker.
DE FUNIAK SPRINGS is situated on the Pensacola
and Atlantic Division of the Louisville and Nashville,
midway between Jacksonville and New Orleans, one
hundred and thirty miles southwest of Thomasville.


CHAUTAUQUA. 3

Accessibility' Visitors journeying southward from
AccessbtyChicago, Cincinnati, St. Louis and the
West, find this spot the most easy of access of all the
Florida Resorts, and year 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 and visit De Funiak
Springs on their homeward journey, not only to attend
its Chautauqua, but also to enjoy its invigorating air.

Our Lakes 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 Stanley Lakes, about three miles in
circumference, which can be seen from the car window
on 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


CHAUTAUQUA LAKE BY MOONLIGHT.
shores under the stately pines, can be found ideal picnic
grounds. There is a good shady drive around them,
affording enchanting views, and Magnolia Springs can
be visited on the way. Lake Cassidy, about nine 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.
Approaches Excursion tickets are sold over all
prominent railroads from New York,
Chicago, St. Louis, Cincinnati, Philadelphia, Wash-
ington, Pittsburg, and various places in the east and
west. Special Round Trips are issued from points on
the Louisville and Nashville Railroad during the As-
sembly. 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.







4 THE FLORIDA

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-
erous, and good livery or jolly ox-cart 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-
cursions to various surrounding places of interest.
One of the pleasant fea-
Pastimes and SportS tures of De Funiak Springs
is its out of door life. The beautiful lake affords ex-
cellent opportunity for rowing and sailing. A superb
orchestra also furnishes music every afternoon in the
hotel corridors.


CHAUTAUQUA. 5


MRS,~ B. S. FR.ACKELTON
Art Instructor.


Departtments of Instruction.


CLASS WORK ALONG VARIOUS LINES.


The Florida Chautauqua presents for the Session of
1904 an unrivalled list of talent in Music, Physical
Training, Literature, Elocution and Art. It has been
the purpose of its Officers and Directors to secure not
only the best teachers, but also recognized authorities
on national and educational questions. Every depart-
ment of study is under the direction of a competent
and celebrated leader and the course of instruction is
thorough and efficient.







6 THE FLORIDA


MIDUtc.
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 in 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, and a
Choral Conductor of wide experience and brilliant
record, having had charge of large chorus choirs and
choral societies. His marked ability as Musical Di-
rector has placed him in great demand for Chautauqua
Assemblies throughout the land. His success does not
lie simply in his ability to secure the correct reading
of a composition, but rather from!the fact that he pos--


PROF. B. F, PETERS,
Chorus Director.


sesses. that rare musical temperament and sympathetic
nature by which he inspires, in his singers, an' enthu-
siasm and warmth of interpretation so often lacking.
He has a wide reputation as a voice teacher and has
held positions in Indianapolis, Dubuque and Louis-
ville. 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
at Cameron,Mo. Prof. Peters is a fine organizer, and


CHAUTAUQUA.

will bring to the work an enthusiasm, a prestige and
ripened experience that assures most brilliant results.
There will also be special Classes in Vocal Music,
and Instruction in the Elements of Music, which will
be conducted personally by Prof. Peters, presenting
excellent opportunity for higher study.

tbe Cborus.
Year by year the chorus has taken a more prominent
place in the Platform work, and rendered last season
on the closing night a brilliant Oratorio, before an
audience of over two thousand people. The work this
year will be interesting and diversified. Special at-
tention will be given to the grand Oratorio, Holy
City," composed by Alfred R. Gaul, which admits of


CORA RAND MAGUIRE,
Pianoforte Instructor.
fine choral training. The usual rendition of anthems,
four-part-songs, miscellaneous selections, and grand
choruses from the oratorios make the training exceed-
ingly beneficial and instructive.

'ianoforte.
The management is pleased to announce the engage-
ment of Miss Cora Rand Maguire as head of this
growing department of Chautauqua work. Miss
Maguire is a musician of marked ability, having
studied successfully with the Gornos, Dr.Elsenheimer,
Frank J. Wilson and J. A. Broekhoven. Her great
success as a teacher has won her a place among the
Faculty of the Ohio Conservatory of Music, Cincinnati









Ohio, which position she now holds, having charge of
the Departmentof Harmony, and Class work in Piano.
As a teacher she possesses true art and natural ability,
instilling enthusiasm in her pupils and bringing forth
fine results. Her technique and expression have


MRS. B. F. PETERS.
brought forth high encomium. She brings a ripe ex-
perience and prestige, and is prepared to instruct pu-
pils of every age and grade.


MERESSA MILDRED THOMPSON.


Mrs. S. S. Frackelton of Chicago, Ill., will be gladly
re-welcomed by her many Chautauqua friends, and
the management is delighted at again securing her
services. Mrs. Frackelton is an art teacher of inter-


CHAUTAUQUA. 9


national reputation and the marked originality and
skill of her methods have won her many distinctions;
among which are medals from the leading Exhibi-
tions of late years, held at Rome, Italy. Antwerp, Hol-


CAPTAIN RICHMOND PEARSON HOBSON, U. S. N.
land. Toronto, Canada. Atlanta, Ga. St. Louis,
Mo. Philadelphia, Pa. New York, N. Y. Birming-
ham, Ala. World's Fair, Chicago; the Paris and
Pan American Expositions. She was the Art Chair-
man of the Biennial Board of the General Federation


OTTERBEIN MALE QUARTETTE.


of Women's Clubs, at Milwaukee, in 1900, and founder
and first President of the National League of Mineral
Painters.
All varieties of art work will be taught. There will
be classes in oil and water colors, painting on China
and glass, pyrography, with wood and leather, carved


THE FLORIDA







THE FLORIDA


leather, lace and needle work, basketry and bead-
work. The basket work made of reeds, pine-needles,
and raffia, beautifully colored, will prove especially


ELIAS DAY.
unique and interesting, the motif being Indian or
Mexican; while the bead-work, forming belts, watch-
charms, etc., is fascinating and pretty.


Mrs. Frackelton 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


CHAUTAUQUA. II

of a life time to pursue a course of study under Mrs.
Frackelton's able directorship, something to be for-
ever remembered with pleasure and joy. In our
twenty years of art study Mrs. Frackleton is the ac-
knowledged leader.

lpbpstcal Culture anb Elocution.
This important branch of Chautauqua work will be
under the direction of Miss Bertha Adams of Toronto,
Canada. Miss Adams brings to the department a wide
experience both as teacher and trainer of large com-
panies in the United States and Canada. She is a
graduate of the National School of Elocution and Ora-
tory in Philadelphia Pa., and the Elocutionary De-
partment of the Alma Ladies College, St. Thomas,
Canada. Since graduation she has met with great
success, having the enviable reputation of training for

























BERTHA ADAMS,
Instructor in Elocution.
many years the prize-winners in the Oratorical -con-
tests held in Toronto, Canada. The work this year
will consist of Voice Culture (Articulation and Modu-
lation), Orthoepy and Phonetic Analysis, Gesture and
Physical Culture, Thought Conception, Description,
Reading and Recitation. This is one of the best op-
portunities ever offered by the Chautauqua to its
friends and patrons.

1Rounb table.
The interest and enthusiasm shown at the Round
Table meetings has increased year by year, and its
growing importance has caused the management to
give more prominence to these instructive literary
discussions by placing them as lectures at the three







CHAUTAUQUA. 13


o'clock hour, that it may reach a wider number. It
affords a pleasing and profitable opportunity for the
study of literature, and should be embraced by all.
After the presentation of the subject by the speaker,
in the form of a literary essay, the topic will be thrown
open to the house for questions and general debate,
making it especially interesting and instructive.


DR. JOHN P. D. JOHN.

Sunbap Zcboot, lRormial anl itble Stu .y,
The Devotional and Bible hour will be unusually
attractive. Every morning from ten to eleven will
be devoted to Scriptural study. The leaders and


MRS. GENERAL GEORGE E. PICKETT.

instructors have been carefully selected, and great
benefit will be derived from these morning services.
The Chautauqua gladly re-welcomes Rev. George Sum-
mey, D.D., LL.D., New Orleans, La.; Rev. J. M. Canse,
Logansport, Ind.; Mrs. Homer A. Nelson, Pough-
keepsie, N. .Y., and Rev. E. F. Albertson, Columbia
City, Ind., and also brings as new workers in this field
of increasing activity Rev. Richard Wilkinson, New
Orleans, La.; Rev. Chas. W. Taneyhill, Lakeside,
Ohio; J. H. Ford, Toronto, Canada; Rev. Earle Naftz-
ger, Logansport. Ind.; Rev. Charles Wright, New-
burgh, N. Y.; Rev. L. Curtis Talmage, Waukegan,
Ill.; Rev. Albert E. Craig, Ottumwa, Ill., and Rev. J.
S. Hughes. Chicago, Ill.


MAJOR E. H. COOPR ,


KENNETH BRUCE.


THE FLORIDA







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Saturbap EXcursions. .
The same rate will apply to "Saturday Excursions" "
as last year, viz: 85 cents for whole tickets, and 50 r >
cents for half tickets, sold at all Railroad stations be- o
tween Pensacola and River Junction, which includes
" Railroad Fare" and "Admission for the Day" to all o -)
Chautauqua Entertainments. This proved to be a
great convenience and benefit to all, saving the time
and trouble of purchasing tickets at the Amphitheatre
on Saturday, as the mere showing of the return-rail-
road-coupon is sufficient to admit the bearer to all the
exercises and entertainments held in the Amphitheatre.
The increase of patronage last season more than
justified the expectations of the management. The
Saturday attractions are especially strong this season.
Among the many people of National reputation who
will address the gatherings are Captain Richmond
Pearson Hobson, Mrs. Gen'l George E. Pickett, Rev.
Sam. P. Jones, "Sunshine" Hawkes, Captain Jack
Crawford, and "McCormick, the Magician. This years'
program offers the best opportunities ever given to the
people of Western Florida and Southern Alabama.


















PLATFORM-INTERMIOR OF CHAUTAUQUA AMPHITHnEATRE.


A notable feature of the 1904 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 stars, 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 the crystal lake. r
These are all from the famous Nordlinger Charlton
Fireworks, the same as used at Chautauqua, N. Y., and 0i -
the Ocean Grove Assembly. This will be a sight -
never to be forgotten, and De Funiak will appear a C o
veritable Fairy-land,






CHAUTAUQUA. 17


ANNIE MAY MOORMAN.
ETHE PLATFORM.




LIST OF TALENT.
-lusical Roll.
Carrico's Concert Band and Orchestra (St. Louis,
Mo.), Skilled Musicians aud Soloists of marked
ability. Engaged for the entire season.
Prof. B. F. Peters (Ligonier, Ind.), Baritone Soloist,
SChorus Director and Vocal Instructor.
Cora Rand Maguire (Cincinnati, Ohio), Instructor
Al Eitof Harmony and Piano in the Conservatory of
Music. Accompanist and Piano Instructor.
Florence G. Atkins (Chicago, Ill.), Gifted and popu-
lar Contralto.
Robert Kent Parker (New York City), Phenomenal
MBasso.
Mrs. B. F. Peters (Ligonier, Ind.), Mezo-Soprano,
Artistic and Charming.
Jessie M. Crane (Columbus, Ohio), Expert Pianist.
WEdith Wynne Roberts (Columbus, Ohio), Star So-
prano. Graduate of Royal Academy of Music,
bb B London, England.
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Ethel M. Cross (Marysville, Ohio), Superb Contralto.
oMilo Deyo (New York City), The Romany Pianist.,
: Magnetic Poetic Sympathetic !
>. Caroline Arthur Dinwiddie (Clarksville, Tenn.), Mez-
M ) zo-Soprano. Winsome and Pleasing.
Winter Haynes Watts (Cincinnati, Ohio), Talented
Baritone.
Mrs. George P. Bible (Philadelphia, Pa.), Contralto
of Rare Quality.







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Charliebelle Laney (Pensacola, Florida.), Pianoforte
Soloist.
Anna W. Barnum (Chicago, Ill.), Dramatic Soprano.
H. Todhunter (Indianapolis, Ind.), Popular Bari-
tone.
Frances Byers (Cooperstown, Pa.), Pleasing Soprano.
Sophia Brunot Sprigg (Cincinnati, Ohio), Favorite
Soprano.
Williamson Sisters Quartette (Columbus, Ohio), Ar-
tistic, Winsome and Popular.
The Bentley Ball Concert Company (Columbus,
Ohio), Superb Musical Combination. Walter B.
Ball, Baritone; Carrie Hyatt, Pianist; Caroline
Washburn, Violinist.
Schiller Male Quartette (Chicago, Ill.), Singers of
National Reputation, assisted by Miss Marion
Wallace.
The de Barrie Gill Combination (Philadelphia, Pa.),
The only Two Harp Company in America. Eliza-
beth de Barrie Gill and Miss Florence W. Scott.
Lulu Tyler Gates Company (Cincinnati, Ohio), Tal-
ented Company composed of Helen Carter McCon-
nell, Contralto; Marie Ludwig, Harpist; H. Benne
Henton, Saxophone and Clarinet Soloist and Lulu
Tyler Gates, Reader.
Otterbein Male Quartette (Westerville, Ohio),
Among the First Platform Entertainers. Humor-
ous and Popular.
Anderson-Reohr Grand Concert Company (New
York City), "Few Equal and Few Excel" Ruth
Anderson-Reohr, Violinist; Wilma Anderson, Pi-
anist: D'Arlington Reohr, Tenor.
De Pauw University Glee and Mandolin Clubs
(Greencastle, Ind.), 10 Members. including Mr.
Hunt, Violinist and Prof. Adolph Schellschmidt.

Readers and Impersonators:
Bertha Adams' (Toronto, Canada), Gifted and
Artistic Reader. Instructor of Physical Culture,
Delsarte and Elocution.
Captain Jack Crawford (Chicago, Ill.),. "The Poet
Scout." "The Bobby Burns of the Wild and
Fuzzy West." Picturesque, Eloquent, Poetic,
Witty, Unique, Original and intensely Dramatic.
Captain Jack is a Classic Novelty and a "West-
ern Cyclone." Forceful and magnetic he vividly
describes thrilling adventures of his life. Appro-
priately styled A Star of the First Magnitude."
Bertie K. Shipley (Chattanooga, Tenn.), Dramatic
and Humorous. Her Impersonations in Costume,
of Southern Character have won her a place among
the first rank of American readers.
Elias Day (Chicago, Ill.), Characterist. King of Im-
personators. Marvelous facial expression. Illus-
trating the art of making up.
Meressa Mildred Thompson (Peoria, Ill.), Dramatic
Reader and Impersonator of unusual ability.


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Daisy Bartlett Kistler (Wilmington, Del.), Artistic
Reader and Reciter.
Ethel Marie Surface (Atlanta, Ga.), Gifted Story-
teller and Splendid Entertainer.
Griffin H. Munger (Chicago, Ill.), (The Man that
Acts So.) Brilliant Impersonator. An embodi-
ment of Mirth and Laughter.
Mrs. Elizabeth de Barrie Gill (Philadelphia, Pa.),
Dramatic Reader and Child Impersonator.
Mrs. Willie Vandeventer Crockett (Ft. Smith, Ark.),
Dramatic Reader of marked ability.
Emelie Ehret Adams (Cincinnati, Ohio), Dramatic
Reader, presenting her popular one act melodrams.
Catchy and entertaining.
Prof. George P. Bible (Philadelphia, Pa.), Reader
and Impersonator of great power.
M. Louise Sprigg (Cincinnati, Ohio), Realistic Pre-
sentations of French Life and Characters.
Frank Preston Garrison (Cincinnati, Ohio), Mono-
logist. Possessing rare talent and ability.
Annie May Moorman (Brownsville, Tenn.), Elocu-
tionist of wide renown.
Mrs. L. Curtis Talmage (Waukegan, Ill ), Humorous
and Dramatic Reader.
Mabel Taylor (Oxfordville, Wis.), Artistic Reader.

Illustrated Lectures and Entertainments:
Wm. A. McCormick (Chicago, Ill.), The Prince of
Magicians and Whistling Ventriloquist. A
Bouquet of Mysteries and Merriment born of Be-
wilderment."
Charles Dennison Kellogg (Chicago, Ill.), Human
Bird Warbler. Phenomenal gift of producing
49,560 tones possessed by no other person. Start-
ling and marvelous. His power of vocalization is
most astonishing.
Ellwood The Inimitable Magician, Graphic Car-
toonist, Illusionist and Smoke Artist. Extraordi-
nary Originator. Dazzling Performances and
Grand Stage Setting.
Katharine Ertz-Bowden (Valpariso, Ind.), This Novel
Production of Hiawatha has placed Mrs. Bow-
den among the first lecturers of the Country. The
original Moving Pictures made and manipulated
by Mr. C. L. Bowden have astonished all experts
by their smoothness and perfectness.
Major E. H. Cooper (Chicago, Ill.), in his Weird
Glimpses and Stories of the Cliff Dwellers fol-
lowed by Polyscopic Motion Pictures.
Mrs. Elise J. Blattner (St. Louis, Mo.), After years
of study and travel, Mrs. Blattner stands supreme
with her finished lectures on Art, Artists and Pic-
turesque Places.
J. H. Ford (Toronto, Canada), Manager Grimsby
Park Assembly. Comes with a charming lecture
on Europe. Carefully prepared and Illustrated
with Choice Pictures.







CHAUTAUQUA. 21


Kenneth Bruce (Brooklyn, New York), The His-
toric Hudson." Comment from New York Tribune:
"Delivered in a clear forceful manner, while the
lantern slides that were thrown on the screen were
carefully selected and tastefully colored."
Magniscopio Amet, Malcolm Bruce (Brooklyn, New
York), Moving Pictures.
FIREWORKS. The famous Nordlinger Charlton
Display, 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, on
several Saturday evenings of our Twentieth Assembly.
Lecture Platform :
Captain Richmond Pierson Hobson, U. S. N., Greens-
boro, Alabama.
Sam Jones, Cartersville, Georgia.
Dr. John P. D. John, ex-President De Pauw Uni-
versity, Greencastle, Ind.
Rev. J. Wilbur Chapman, D.D., Chancellor Winona
Assembly, New York City.
A. W. Hawkes, Baltimore, Maryland.
Mrs. General George E. Pickett, Washington, D. C.
Dr. George Waverley Briggs, Louisville, Ky.
Prof. Charles Lane, Helena, Georgia.
Rev. H. W. Thomas, D.D., Chicago, Ill.
Hon. Wallace Bruce, Brooklyn, N. Y.
Captain M. B. Pilcher, Superintendent Monteagle As-
sembly, Monteagle, Tenn.
B. E. Fernow, LL.B., late Director, College of Forestry,
in Cornell University, Ithaca, N. Y.
Dr. George P. Bible, A.M., Philadelphia, Pa.
Rev. S. A. Steel, President Lumberton Manual Labor
School, Lumberton, Miss.
Hon. Charles Laney, Pensacola, Florida.
Rev. George Summey, D.D., LL.D., Editor The South-
western Presbyterian, New Orleans, La,
Mrs. Homer A. Nelson, Honorary President W. C. T. U.
State of New York, Poughkeepsie, N. Y.
Vandalia Varnum Thomas, Chicago, Ill.
Mrs. Frances Griffin, Montgomery, Ala.
Caroline Geisel, M. D., Battle Creek, Michigan.
Mrs. J. M. Canse, Logansport, Ind.
Mrs. A. C. Zehner, Dallas, Texas.
Rev. L. Curtis Talmage, Waukegan, Ill.
Rev. Albert E. Craig, Ottumwa, Iowa.
Rev. Clark Wright, D.D., Newburgh, N. Y.
Dr. Earl Douglass Holtz, Wheeling, W. Va.
Col. George A. Cantine, Newburgh, N. Y.
Rev. Jasper Seaton Hughes, Chicago, Ill.
Kenneth Bruce, Brooklyn, N. Y.
Rev. J. N. Canse, Logansport, Ind.
Rev. Edmund F. Albertson, Columbia City, Ind.
Rev. Richard Wilkinson, D.D., New Orleans, La.
Rev. Earle Naftzger, Logansport, Ind.
Rev. Charles W. Taneyhill, Superintendent Lake-
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TUESDAY-February 9.
8.00 Addresses of Welcome by President Wallace Bruce, Mayor
G. P. Henry, and Principal H. E. Bennett of the State Nor-
mal School. Overture: De Funiak Band. Solos by Prof.
and Mrs. B. F. Peters, Ligonier, Ind.; Dramatic and Humor-
ous Impersonations by Frank Preston Garrison, Cincinnati,
Ohio; Bass Solo by Robert Kent Parker, New York City;
Contralto Solo and Reading by Ethel Cross, Marysvllle, Ohio;
Piano Selection by Cora Rand Maguire, Cincinnati, Ohio, and
Dramatic Sketches by Bertha Adams, Toronto, Canada.
Opening Night-Admission Free.


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CHAUTAUQUA.


THE FLORIDA


WEDNESDAY-February 10.
10.00 Biblical Hour: Mrs. Homer A. Nelson.
3.00 Meeting in the Amphitheatre: Solos by Ethel Cross, Con-
tralto, and Robert Kent Parker, Basso. Introduction of
Teachers and organization of Special Classes: Art Depart-
ment, Mrs. S. S. Frackelton; Voice Culture, Prof. B. F.
Peters; Elocution and Physical Culture, Miss Bertha
Adams: Instrumental, Miss Cora Rand Maguire.
7.00 Organization of Chorus : Under the Directorship of Prof.
B. F. Peters.
8.00 Monologue: "Esmeralda," Frank Preston Garrison.

THURSDAY-February 11.
10.00 Biblical Hour: In the Palace of the King," J. H. Ford.
3.00 Lecture: "Changing Phases of World Problems," Rev. H.
W. Thomas.
7.00 Chorus Rehearsal: Prof. B. F. Peters.
8.00 Impersonations: Frank Preston Garrison; assisted by Ethel
Cross in Plastiques, Robert Kent Parker, Bass Soloist, and
CoraRand Maguire, Pianist.

FRIDAY-February 12.
10.00 Biblical Hour: Rev. Clark Wright.
3.00 Lecture: Madame Roland," Col. George A. Cantine.
7.00 Chorus Rehearsal: Prof. B. F. Peters.
8.00 Grand Concert: Lulu Tyler Gates and her Company of .
Artists.


SATURDAY-February 13.
SAM JONES DAY.
10.00 Biblical Hour: Rev. Clark Wright. "ELLWOOD,"
11.00 Varied Entertainment: Frank Preston Garrison in his vivid )Magician
impersonations of Humorous Characters; Ethel Cross, Con-
tralto Soloist: Robert Kent Parker, Dramatic Basso-can-
tante, and the novel Lulu Tyler Gates Company.
2.30 Promenade Concert: Carrico's Concert Band.
3.00 Lecture: Sam P. Jones.
7.00 Musical Entertainment: Overture, Carrico's Concert Band
and Orchestra; Ethel Cross in Poses Plastiques; Solos. Prof.
B. F. Peters, Baritone, Mrs. B. F. Peters, Mezzo-soprano, /
Robert Kent Parker, Basso, and Ethel Cross, Contralto./
Lulu Tyler Gates Company, comprising Lulu Tyler Gates,
Artistic Reader: Helen Carter McConnell. Prima Donna
Contralto; Maria Ludwig, Brilliant Harpist, and H. Benne
Henton, the Celebrated Saxophone and Clarinet Soloist.

SUNDAY-February 14.
9.30 Sunday School in the various Churches.
11.00 Sermon: Rev. Clark Wright. 7
5.00 Chautauqua Sabbath Vesper Service: Amphitheatre.
7.00 Song Service: Prof. B. F. Peters.

MONDAY-February 15.
10.00 Biblical Hour: Rev. Clark Wright.
2.30 Band Concert: Carrico's Concert Band and Orchestra.
3.00 Lecture: "God in American History," Rev. Clark Wright.
7.00 Chorus Rehearsal: Prof. B. F. Peters.
8.00 Lecture (Illustrated): Rambles Among the British Isles,"
J. H. Ford.

TUESDAY-February 16.
10.00 Biblical Hour: "Playing the Man," Rev. Earle Naftzger.
2.30 Band Concert: Carrico's Orchestra. MILO DEYO,
3.00 Lecture: Vandalia Varnum Thomas. Romany Pianist.
7.00 Chorus Rehearsal: Prof. B. F. Peters.
8.00 Grand Concert; Ottrbein Male Quartette,








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WEDNESDAY-February 17.
10.00 Biblical Hour: "A Masquerading Professor," Rev. Earle
Naftzger.
8.15 Informal Reception: Hotel Chautauqua.

THURSDAY-February 18.
10.00 Biblical Hour: The Queen of Sheba," Rev. Earle Naftzger.
2.30 Band Concert: Carrico's Orchestra.
3.00 Lecture: "King Arthur and the Table Round," Kenneth
Bruce.
7.00 Chorus Rehearsal: Prof. B. F. Peters.
8.00 Concert: Otterbein Male Quartette, assisted by Jessie M.
Crane, Pianist, and Edith Wynne Roberts. Soprano Soloist.

FRIDAY-February 19.
10.00 Biblical Hour: "The Bible-Its Form and Method of Deliv-
ery," Rev. George Summey.
2.30 Band Concert: Carrico's Orchestra.
3.00 Entertainment: Bertha Adams, Reader; Mrs. B. F. Peters
and Caroline Dinwiddie, Soloists; Mrs. Willie V. Crockett,
Selections; Prof. B. F. Peters, Baritone, and Cora Rand
Maguire, Pianist.
7.00 Chorus Rehearsal: Prof. B. F. Peters.
8.00 Lecture (Illustrated): "In Camp with Nature and Birds,"
Charles Dennison Kellogg.
SATURDAY-February 20.
10.00 Biblical Hour: The Bible-Its Transmission and Preserva-
tion," Rev. George Summey.
11.00 Concert: Otterbein Male Quartette; Edith W. Roberts,
Pianist; Soprano Solos by Jessie M. Crane and Caroline KATHARINE ERTZ-BOW DEN.
Arthur Dinwiddie.
2.30 Promenade Concert: Carrico's Concert Band and Orchestra.
3.00 Remarkable Entertainment: Charles Dennison Kellogg, the
Human Bird Warbler; Emelie Ehret Adams in a Humorous
Melodram, and the popular Otterbein Male Quartette.
7.00 Superb Concert and Entertainment: Otterbein Male Quar-
tette; Dramatic Selection, Emelie Ehret Adams; Soprano
Solo, Jessie M. Crane; Artistic Club Swinging, Caroline
Arthur Dinwiddie; Florence G. Atkins, the Charming Con-
tralto Singer, and Charles Dennison Kellogg in Imitations of
Feathered Songsters.
Illumination of Chautauqua Lake and Park. Wonderful
Display of Aerial Fire Works.

SUNDAY-February 21.
9.30 Sunday School in the various Churches.
11.00 Sermon: Rev. George Summey.
5.00 Chautauqua Vesper Service: Rev. Earle Naftzger.
7.00 Song Service: Prof. B. F. Peters.

MONDAY-February 22.
WASHINGTON'S BIRTHDAY.
10.00 Biblical Hour: "The Bible-Some of the Alleged Difflcul-
ties," Rev. George Summey.
2.30 Band Concert: Carrico's Orchestra.
3.00 Address: Col. George A. Cantine.
7.00 Chorus Rehearsal: Prof. B. F. Peters.
8.00 Melodrams: Miss Adams; Solos by Caroline Dinwiddie.

TUESDAY-February 23.
TEMPERANCE DAY.
10.00 Biblical Hour: "What is Biblical Criticism," Rev. George
Summey.
2.00 Band Concert: Carrico's Orchestra.
3.00 Temperance Addresses: Mrs. A. C. Zehner and Mrs. Frances
Griffin. Mrs. Homer A. Nelson, President of the Day. CHARLES DENNISON KELLOGG.
7.00 Chorus Rehearsal: Prof. B. F. Peters.
8,00 Concert; Anderson-Reohr Concert Company,


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WEDNESDAY-February 24.
10.00 Biblical Hour: "The Best Way to Read and Study The
Bible," Rev. George Summey.
8.15 Informal Reception: Hotel Chautauqua.

THURSDAY-February 25.
10.00 Biblical Hour: A Specimen of Old Testament Study," Rev.
George Summey.
2.30 Band Concert: Carrico's Orchestra.
3.00 Lecture: Mrs. A. C. Zehuer.
7.00 Chorus Rehearsal: Prof. B. F. Peters.
8.00 Lecture: Analysis of Laughter," Prof. Charles Lane.

FRIDAY-February 26.
10.00 Biblical Hour; "A Specimen of New Testament Study,'
Rev. George Summey. .
2.30 Band Concert: Carrico's Orchestra.
3.00 Lecture: Talks and Talkers," Prof. Charles Lane.
7.00 Chorus Rehearsal: Prof. B. F. Peters.
8.00 Lecture: "The Mocking Bird," Hon. Chas. H. Laney.

SATURDAY-February 27.
PENSACOLA DAY.
10.00 Biblical Hour: The Triumph of the Cross," J. H. Ford.
11.00 Address: Hon. Charles Laney ; Child Impersonations,
Elizabeth de Barrie Gill; Piano Solo, Charliebelle Laney;
Soprano Solo, Anna W. Barnum, and Baritone Solo by
Winter Haynes Watts.
2.30 Promenade Concert: Carrico's Concert Band and Orchestra.
3.00 Lecture: "Half an Hour of Laughter," Prof. Charles Lane;
the Great Humorist; The de Barrie Gill Combination,
Harpists; and the Noted Anderson-Reohr Concert Company.
7.00 Grand Concert: The de Barrie Gill Combination, Harp Solos
and Duetts; M. Louise Sprigg, Humorous Selections; Win-
ter Haynes Watts, Baritone Solo; Sophia Brunot Sprigg,
Soprano Solo; Elizabeth de Barrie Gill, Dramatic Reading;
and Anderson-Reohr Concert Company, Tenor, Violinist
and Pianist.

SUNDAY-February 28.
9.30 Sunday School in the various Churches.
11.00 Sermon: Rev. J. M. Canse.
5.00 Chautauqua Sabbath Vesper Service: Alpine Park.
7.00 Song Service: Prof. B. F. Peters.

MONDAY-February 29.
10.00 Biblical Hour: "The Gospel of the Beatitudes," Rev. J. M.
Canse.
2.30 Band Concert: Carrico's Orchestra.
3.00 Lecture: The Evolution of an Empire," Hon. Charles H.
Laney.
7.00 Chorus Rehearsal: Prof. B. F. Peters.
8.00 Reading: "Monsieur Beaucaire," M. Louise Sprigg, Assist-
ed by The de Barrie Combination, Harpists, Sophie Brunot
Sprigg, and Anna W. Barnum, soloists, and Charliebelle
Laney, Pianist.

TUESDAY-March 1.
10.00 Biblical Hour: "A Spectrum of Character," Rev. J. M.
Canse.
2.30 Band Concert: Carrico's Orchestra.
3.00 Lecture: "Fair Play," Rev. J. M. Canse.
7.00 Chorus Rehearsal: Prof. B. F. Peters.
8.00 Lecture (Illustrated): "The Historic Hudson," Kenneth
Bruce.


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SESSION 1903-4.
Fall Term begins October 6th.
Winter Term begins December 29th.
Spring Term begins March 7th.
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28 THE FLORIDA

WEDNESDAY-March 2.
10.00 Biblical Hour: The Inner Life," Rev. J. M. Canse.
8.15 Informal Reception: Hotel Chautauqua.

THURSDAY-March 3.
10.00 Biblical Hour: "Outward Manifestations," Rev. J. M.
Cause.
2.30 Band Concert: Carrico's Orchestra.
3.00 Lecture: "Life and Opportunity," Dr. George P. Bible.
7.00 Caorus Rehearsal: Pro,. B. F. Peters.
8 00 Lecture: "The American Girl," Dr. George Waverley
Briggs.

FRIDAY-March 4.
10.00 Biblical Hour: A Hebrew of the Hebrews," Rev. Albert
E. Craig.
2.30 Band Concert: Carrico's Orchestra.
3.00 Lecture: -" When A Woman's Single," Dr. George Waver-
ley Briggs.
7.00 Chorus Rehearsal: Prof. B. F. Peters.
8.00 Marvelous Entertainment: Wm. A. McCormick, Magician:
De Pauw University Male Quartette.

SATURDAY-March 5.
10.00 Biblical Hour: The Apostle to the Gentiles," Rev. Albert
E. Craig.
11.00 Address: Dr. George Waverley Briggs; Vocal and Instu-
mental Selections, by tae De Pauw University Glee and
Mandolin Clubs.
2.30 Promenade Concert: Carrico's Concert Bandand Orchestra.
3.00 Unique Entertainment: "Thrilling Tales of the Wild and
Fuzzy West," Capt. Jack Crawford, "The Poet Scout";
Marvelous Whistling Ventriloquist, Wm. A. McCormick;
De Pauw University Male Quartette, and Mabel Taylor,
Brilliant Reader.
7.00 Marvelous Entertainment: Humorous Songs by the De
Pauw University Glee Club; Cello Solo. by Prof. Adolph
Schellschmidt, and Violin Solo by Mr. Hunt; McCormick,
the unrivalled Whistling Imitator and Ventriloquist and
Bewildering Magician; Mrs. George P. Bible, Contralto
Soloist; Ethel Marie Surface, the gifted Story-Teller.

SUNDAY-March 6.
9.30 Sunday School in the various Churches.
11.00 Sermon: Dr. George Waverley Briggs.
5.00 Chautauqua Sabbath Vesper Service: Alpine Park.
7.00 Song Service: Prof. B. F. Peters.
7.30 Sermon: Rev. Albert E. Craig.

MONDAY-March 7.
10.00 Biblical Hour: "In Journings Oft," Rev. Albert E. Craig.
2.30 Band Concert: Carrico's Orchestra.
3.00 Lecture: "The Rebound of Character," Rev. Albert E. Craig
7.00 Chorus Rehearsal: Prof. B. F. Peters.
8.00 Marvelous Entertainment: Wm. McCormick, Magician and
Whistling Ventriloquist.

TUESDAY-March 8.
10.00 Biblical Hour: "An Ambassador in Bonds," Rev. Albert E.
Craig.
2.30 Band Concert: Carrico's Orchestra.
3.00 Lecture: "How to Win," Rev. Edmund F. Albertson.
7.00 Chorus Rehearsal: Prof. B. F. Peters.
8.00 Story-Telling: Ethel Marie Surface.


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This bank offers its services for the transaction of all branches
of legitimate banking. Collections receive prompt and careful
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rates of exchange. Accounts of bankers, banks, merchants,
manufacturers and individuals, received on favorable terms.
Correspondence solicited.

. DIRECTORS . .
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WEDNESDAY-March 9.
10.00 Biblical Hour: "The Divine Spirit in Man." Rev. Edmund
F. Albertson.
8.15 Informal Reception: Hotel Chautauqua.

THURSDAY-March 10.
10.00 Biblical Hour: "The Eloquence of Purity," Rev. Edmund F.
Albertson,
2.30 Band Concert: Carrico's Orchestra.
3.00 Lecture: "Grip, Grit and Gumption," Dr. Earl Douglass
Holtz.
7.00 Chorus Rehearsal: Prof. B. F. Peters.
8.00 Lecture (Illustrated): "In Wordsworth's Country," Mrs.
Elise J. Blattner.

FRIDAY-March 11.
DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION DAY.
10.00 Biblical Hour: "Half Hour with Job," Rev. L. Curtis Tal-
mage.
2.30 Band Concert: Carrico's Orchestra.
3.00 Address: Mrs. Donald McLean, Regent N. Y. C. C., D. A. R.;
Daisy Kistler, Reader.
7.00 Chorus Rehearsal: Prof. B. F. Peters.
8.00 Lecture: "Dialect Stories," Mrs. General George E. Pickett.

SATURDAY-March 12.
DAUGHTERS OF THE CONFEDERACY DAY.
10.00 Biblical Hour: "The Song of Songs," Rev. L. Curtis Tal-
mage.
11.00 Dramatic and Musical Entertainment: Selection by Daisy
Kistler, the Artistic Reader; Soprano Solo by Frances Byers,
and Clever Impersonations by Griffin H. Munger.
2.30 Promenade Concert: Carrico's Concert Band and Orchestra.
3.00 Lecture: "Pickett and His Men," Mrs. General George E.
Pickett.
7.00 Popular Entertainment: Impersonations by Griffin H. Mun-
ger, the Great Entertainer and Funny Man; Soprano Solos
by Frances Byers and Mrs. B. F. Peters; Readings by Mrs.
L. Curtis Talmage, and Impersonations by Daisy Bartlett
Kistler. "Buildings of the World's Fair, St. Louis,"
(Illustrated), Mrs. Elise J. Blattner. Magniscopio Amet
(Moving Pictures), Malcolm Bruce.
Illumination of Chautauqua Grounds. Grand Aerial Dis-
play of Fire Works.
SUNDAY-March 13.
9.30 Sunday School in the various Churches.
11.00 Sermon: Rev. L, Curtis Talmage.
5.00 Chautauqua Sabbath Vesper Service: Alpine Park.
7.00 Song Service: Prof. B. F. Peters.
7.30 Sermon: Dr. Earl Douglass Holtz.
MONDAY-March 14.
10.00 Biblical Hour: "A Twentieth Century Psalm," Rev. L. Curtis
Talmage.
2.30 Band Concert: Carrico's Orchestra.
3.00 Lecture: "The Measure of a Man," Dr. Earl Douglass Holtz.
7.00 Chorus Rehearsal: Prof. B. F. Peters.
8.00 Lecture (Illustrated) : Nuremberg and Rothenburg, Quaint
Old Towns of Toil and Traffic," Mrs. Elise J. Blattner.

TUESDAY-March1 5.
10.00 Biblical Hour; "Old Truths Under New Lenses," Rev. L.
Curtis Talmage.
2.30 Band Concert: Carrico's Orchestra.
3.00 Impersonations: Griffin H. Munger.
7.00 Chorus Rehearsal: Prof. B. F. Peters.
8,.00 Lecture (Illustrated): "Landscape in Painting and Poetry,"
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WEDNESDAY-March 16.
10.00 Biblical Hour: "Ethics and Religion," Rev. L. Curtis
Talmage.
8.15 Informal Reception: Hotel Chautauqua.

THURSDAY-March 17.
10.00 Biblical Hour: "The Genuineness of the Book," Rev. Charles
W. Taneyhill.
2.30 Band Concert: Carrico's Orchestra.
8.00 Impersonations: Griffin H. Munger.
7.00 Chorus Rehearsal; Prof. B. F. Peters.
8.00 Lecture: A Great Century," Wallace Bruce.

FRIDAY-March 18.
10.00 Biblical Hour: "The Truthfulness of the Book," Rev.
Charles W. Taneyhill.
2.30 Band Concert: Carrlco's Orchestra.
3.00 Lecture: "People I have Met," A. W. Hawks.
7.00 Chorus Rehearsal: Prof. B. F. Peters.
8.00, Lecture (Illustrated): "Hiawatha," Katharine, Ertz-
Bowden.

SATURDAY-March 19.
CHILDREN'S DAY.
10.00 Biblical Hour: "The Inspiration of the Book," Rev. Charles
W. Taneyhill.
11.00 Lecture: "Sunshine and Shadows," A. W. Hawks.
2.30 Promenade Concert: Carrico's Concert Band and Orchestra.
8.00 Entertainment: The Bentley Ball Concert Company; Mrs.
Willie Vandeventer Crockett, Artistic Reader: and "Ell-
wood the leading Magician and Entertainer.
7.00 Wonderful and Unique Entertainment: The Great Magician
"Ellwood" in "Kweer Kompany," Weird Tricks, Smoke
Sketching and Wonderful Hand Manipulations; The Bent-
ley Ball Concert Company, Walter Ball, Baritone Soloist.
Caroline Washburn, Violinist, Carrie Hyatt, Pianist, and
Annie May Moorman, Reader; "Hiawatha and Minnehaha,"
Stereopticon and Moving Pictures, Katharine Ertz-Bowden.
Illumination of Chautauqua Grounds. Wonderful Display
of Aerial Fire Works.

SUNDAY-March 20.
9.30 Sunday School in the various Churches.
11.00 Rev. Richard Wilkinson, D. D.
5.00 Chautauqua Sabbath Vesper Service: Alpine Park.
7.00 Song Service: Prof. B. F. Peters.
7.30 Sermon: Rev. Samuel A. Steel.

MONDAY-March 21.
10.00 Biblical Hour: How to Use the Book," Rev. Charles W.
Taneyhill.
2.30 Band Concert: Carrico's Orchestra.
3.00 Concert: Walter Bentley Ball Company.
7.00 Song Service: Prof. B. F. Peters.
8.00 Lecture (Illustrated): "Passion Play," Katharine Ertz--
Bowden.
TUESDAY-March 22.
10.00 Biblical Hour: The Power of the Book," Rev. Charles W.
Taneyhill.
2.30 Band Concert: Carrico's Orchestra.
3.00 Lecture; "Twentieth Century Man," Rev. Robert Wilkin-
s5,n
7.00 Chorus Rehearsal: Prof. B. F. Peters.
8.00 Lecture: "Home Life in Dixie during the War," Rev. Sam-
uel A. Steel.


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34 THE FLORIDA

WEDNESDAY-March 23.
10.00 Biblical Hour: Rev. Richard Wilkinson.
8.15 Informal Reception: Hotel Chautauqua.

THURSDAY-March $4.
10.00 Biblical Hour: Rev. Richard Wilkinson.
2.30 Band Concert: Carrico's Orchestra.
3.00 Lecture: The Poor Boy from the Sticks," Rev. Samuel A.
Steel.
7.00 Chorus Rehearsal: Prof. B. F. Peters.
8.00 Lecture: The Worth of a Man," Dr. John P. D. John,

FRIDAY-March 25.
10.00 Biblical Hour: Rev. Richard Wilkinson.
2.30 Band Concert: Carrico's Orchestra.
3.00 Lecture: "Romeo and Juliet," Wallace Bruce.
7.00 Chorus Rehearsal: Prof. B. F. Peters.
8.00 Lecture: Seeing Without Eyes," Dr. John P. D. John.

SATURDAY-March 26.
10.00 Biblical Hour: "Footlights on the World's Last Drama,"
Rev, J. S. Hughes.
11.00 Grand Concert: Schiller Male Quartette, Popular and
Gifted Singers; and Miss Marion Wallace the Talented
Reader.
2.30 Promenade Concert: Carrico's Concert Band and Orchestra.
3.00 Brilliant Entertainment: "Ellwood" Startling Feats in
Magic, Tenor Solos by H. Todhunter.
7.00 Marvelous Entertainment: The Famous Characterist, Elias
Day in his Wonderful Impersonations of all Nationalities;
Schiller Male Quartette in Humorous Selections; and "Ell-
wood" the Marvelous Magician in weird, perplexing and
mystifying tricks of the Orient.

SUNDAY-March 27.
9:30 Sunday School in the various Churches.
11.00 Sermon: Dr. John P. D. John.
5.00 Chautauqua Sabbath Vesper Service: Alpine Park.
7.00 Song Service: Prof. B. F. Peters.
7.30 Sermon: Rev. Jasper Seaton Hughes.

MONDAY-March 28.
FORESTRY DAY.
10.00 Biblical Hour: "John of Patmos Crown of the Prophets,"
Rev. J. S. Hughes.
2.30 Band Concert: Carrico's Orchestra.
3.00 Forestry Hour: Address: B. E. Fernow.
7.00 Chorus Rehearsal: Prof. B. F. Peters.
8.00 Unique Entertainment: Ye Old Folkes Concert."

TUESDAY-March 29.
10.00 Biblical Hour: Place of John Among Apostles," Rev. J. S.
Hughes.
11.00 Lecture: The Living Temple," Carolyn Geisel, M. D.
2.30 Band Concert: Carrico's Orchestra.
3.00 Lecture: Bertie K. Shipley.
7.00 Chorus Rehearsal: Prof. B. F. Peters.
8.00 Lecture (Illustrated): Cliff Dwellers and Strange Corners
of Our Country," Major E. H. Cooper.

WEDNESDAY-March 30.
10.00 Biblical Hour: "The Age of John Dawning," Rev. J. S.
Hughes.
8.15 Informal Reception: Hotel Chautauqua.


CHAUTAUQUA. 35


Griffin House,


De Funiak Springs, Florida.


OPEN ALL THE YEAR.

Special Attention Given to Traveling Men.
Rooms, Table and Service Strictly First-Class.


J. R. Brown, Proprietor.

RATES:
$2.00 per Day. $to.5o per Week. $30.oo per Month.



The Chautauqua Store

Will make a Specialty of

Choice Provisions

and Health Foods,

Fruit, Etc.
We also keep a very select line of

Shoes, Dry Goods, Hardware and General Merchandise

FREE DELIVERY.

F. C. EATON,
On the Circle. DE FUNIAK SPRINGS, FLA.





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


Dry $oodsy roerie ,





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







86 THE FLORIDA

THURSDAY-March 31.
10.00 Biblical Hour: The Vision of Patmos," Rev. J. S. Hughes.
11.00 Lecture: "How to Live a Century,' Carolyn Geisel, M. D.
2.30 Band Concert: Carrico's Orchestra.
3.00 Monologues: Meressa Mildred Thompson.
7.00 Chorus Rehearsal: Prof. B. F. Peters.
8.00 Lecture (Illustrated): Petrified Forests of Arizona and
Grand Canbn's of the Colorado River," Major E. H. Cooper.

FRIDAY-April 1.
10.00 Biblical Hour: Mrs. Homer A. Nelson.
11.00 Lecture: The Simple Life," Carolyn Geisel, M. D.
2.30 Band Concert: Carrico's Orchestra.
3.00 Costupied Impersonations: Meressa Mildred Thompson,
assisted by the Williamson Sisters Quartette.
7.00 Chorus Rehearsal: Prof. B. F. Peters.
8.00 Piano Recital: Milo Deyo.

SATURDAY-April 2.
FLORAL yETE.,
10.00 Biblical Hour: Rev. H. W. Thomas.
11.00 Concert: Williamson Sisters Quartette, and Dramatic Im-
personations by Meressa Mildred Thompson.
2.30 Promenade Concert: Carrico's Concert Band and Orchestra.
3.00 Lecture: "America's Mighty Mission in the World," Cap-
tain Richmond Pearson Hobson.
7.00 Grand Oratorical Concert: Costumed Impersonations by
Meressa Mildred Thompson, the Dramatic Reader; Piano
Solos by Milo Deyo; Dialect Sketches by Bertie K. Ship-
ley; "The Holy City" by Assembly Chorus, Supported by
the Williamson Sisters Quartette. Cora Rand Maguire,
Pianist; Mrs. B. F. Peters, Soloist, and Carrico's Concert
Band; A Glimpse of Old Mexico" (Stereopticon and Mov-
ing Pictures), Major E. H. Cooper.
Illumination of Chautauqua Grounds. Wonderful Aerial
Display of Fire Works.













r et FIotrtia Olautauqua.

OFFICERS.
WALLACE BRUCE, President, W. T. MAY, Vice-President.


N. COLVER, Secretary.


Alfred B. Chace,
M. A. Warren,
Clara Bruce,


JAS. A. McLEAN, Treasurer.


DIRECTORS.
Mrs. W. J. Keyser,
Kenneth Bruce,
G. B. Campbell,
J. J. Fitzgerald.


CHAUTAUQUA.


hoo. @. Xason @o.,





R mental and Insuranee \gents,

@or. Palafox anl @arden btree1ts,
P ensaeola, P(lorida.
Bargains in City Property.
Suburban Farms for Sale Cheap.
Abstracts of Title Furnished.
Stores and Dwellings for Rent.
Catalogue just issued. Write for it.


The Hub,
BALDWIN AVENUE.
WE CATER TO
TOURIST'S TRADE.
MORRIS &CAMPBELL,
PROPRIETORS.

DRY GOODS,
GROCERIES,
SHOES, HATS, &c.,
AT BOTTOM PRICES.


At the Millinery Store

You will find for Ladies all the Latest
Styles 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 &


Co.,


De FuniakjSprings, Fla.






38 THE FLORIDA

A. M. 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.,
PENSACOLA, FLA.





H. THORNBER, Proprietor.
The Cheapest Cash Store in West Florida.

We carry Dry Goods, Notions, Ladies' and Gents'
Furnishings, Fancy Goods, Linens,
Art Materials, Fancy China, &c.

Our prices are as low and sometimes lower than the largest
stores in the country.
See our windows and local papers for prices.
DE FUNIAK SPRINGS, FLA.


W. A. Laird
at the . .

Bargain Corner

SPECIALTIES,
SHOES, DRESS GOODS AND NOTIONS,
CROCKERY, GLASSWARE,
ENAMELED WARE, &C.


PRICES ALWAYS RIGHT.


CHAUTAUQUA. 39




Sekgery Comp any


AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.

Packed in Sacks and Shipped to all Points by
Express C. 0. D.
J.I. K ELL[, - nfgg ii
Telephone 59. P. 0. Box 136.


THE OLD RELIABLE
















Absolutely Pure
THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE

JD new f P m

Made on scientific principles, excels any
medicine yet produced for the cure of all
LIVER 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.
A Pleasant, Perfect. Palatable Laxative. uaranteed by
to give perfect satisfaction or your money refunded.
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
SAMPLE BOTTLE FREE






40 THE FLORIDA


E. R. SPRAGUE,


Inuranee Agent

anb6 -ot arj p ublie.


AMERICAN FIRE OF PHILADELPHIA.
CONTINENTAL OF NEW YORK.
=.TNA 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 Dior South of the Chautauqua Hotel Grounds
DE FUNIAK SPRINGS, FLORIDA.
Prompt attention to business.

NEW YORK HOUSE.
On the Circle, but a few steps from the
Amphitheatre, will be open for guests
this season as usual.
Mrs. J. C. SCOTT, . Proprietress.
A. D. MORRISON,
GENERAL PRODUCE AND
COMMISSION MERCHANT
Country Produce a Specialty.
103 S. PALAFOX STREET. PENSACOLA, FLORIDA.

Dr. G. P. Henry,
Office, Over Photo Gallery.
Residence, Cor. Live Oak and Circle.


CHAUTAUQUA. 41
BIGGEST. BUSIEST. BEST.




THE STAR LAUNDRY
Pensacola, Florida.
Does the Best Work. Basket goes down Monday and
Wednesday and returns Thursday
and Saturday.
A. E. Edge, Agent,
De Funiak Springs, Florida.

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.

Everything in clothing is carried
by the

Bee Hive Store
De FPuniaih Springs, Florida.

qe9ntfoman'l o i i 'n >ooga,

Jamieo' w2aiosa an8 uise.
Latest Sygles and Lowest Prices.
Also the only Full Stock of Furniture in Town





42 THE FLORIDA

W. T. May at

"The Busy Corner."
(Successor to W. L. CAWTHON.)
The largest and most complete line of General Merchandise
in town.
Notions, Hats, Shoes, Hardware,
Tinware, Choice Fancy Groceries,
...... Feed Stuff, &o .......
Prices as low as the lowest. Visitors and Residents
cordially invited to inspect our stock.
FREE DELIVERY.


MORRIS BEAR, Pres.-MAX L. BEAR, Secy.


The Lewis Bear

Company, Inc.

Wholesale Grocers and Grain.

"White Rook" Lithia Water.
The Ideal Table Water.

Pensacola, Florida.



SMOKE


-AND-

BANK NOTE TJ)

FRAN RIEDLLT, ,LE WNT
FElMlSAOL FLA.
CHETW IFiI5 FlRllE TO3IrtCO.


CHAUTAUQUA. 43
MRS. R. ROGERS,
TEACHER OF ART NEEDLE WORK,
Also carries a nice line of Fancy Work
and Materials.
At Kaplan & Lurie's Bee Hive Store.

L. F. CAWTHON,
DENTIST,
Office, North Room Photo Building.

Dr. C. o. DLaldrM DRUG STORE.
Dealer in DRUGS, MEDICINES,
AND FANCY GOODS.
New Brick Block.an' De Funiak Springs, Fla.

WATSON & WATSON,
ATTO R N EYS AT- LAW,
Collections.


De Funiak Springs,


Florida.


L. F. COCHRAN,
WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER,
LOWEST PRICES.
WORK GUARANTEED.
DE FUNIAK SPRINGS, FLA. New Brick Block.
MORRIS SANITARIUM Treats all Chronic Diseases.
Baths, Massage, Electricity,
Etc. G. P. MORRIS, M.D., President State Board of Examiners,
also President State Medical Ass'n. MRs. M. RAY MORRIS, M.D.
Female Diseases and Rheumatism a Specialty. Board and Treat-
ment Reasonable. Write to us.

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.
WOODINGTON & CO.,
Dealers in
UNDERTAKING AND FUNERAL SUPPLIES.
. EMBALMING DONE . .
H. E. WICKERSHAM, Manager.
DE FUNIAK SPRINGS, FLA.





44 THE FLORIDA


Eiver, fPee6 n


H. M. WADSWORTH, - PROPRIETOR.
DE FUNIAK SPRINGS. FLA.
(EAST OF DEPOT )

GOOD TEAMS
CAREFUL DRIVING
PROMPT SERVICE


City Market...

Fresh Meats and
Vegetables...
LOWEST PRICES.

CAWTHON & PRESCOTT,

Proprietors.
De Funiak Springs, Florida.
FREE DELIVERY EARLY AND LATE.

WM. W. FLOURNOY,
ATTORNEYAND COUNSELOR AT LAW
De Funiak Springs, Fla,
THE NEW BRICK OFFICE ON SEVENTH STREET.

DR. W. H. STINSON,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Residence, Cor. Live Oak Avenue and Eleventh St.
Prepared to do all kinds of Surgery.
Calls Promptly Attended.


CHAUTAUQUA. 45


FIREWORKS

BUY FROM THE
MANUFACTURERS.
For Public and Private Displays
Summer Resorts, Fairs,
and Carnivals.

Nordlinger-Charlton

Fireworks Co.,
143 and 145 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.

lmpreoed Wrout1 Steel portable

QoQel and Famil Ianges.

PATENT COFFEE AND TEA URNS,
COPPER WARE,
and all kinds of Hotel Implements
for Culinary Purposes.
Manufactured and for sale by

THE JOHN VAN RANGE CO.,
419 Elm St., and 410-416 Home St.,
CINCINNATI, OHIO.
Van's Range and other Kitchen Implements are used
in the Hotel Chautauqua."

DRAKE & DRAKE,
(Successors to J. B. COCKCROFT.)
LIYERY, FEED AND SALES ST BLES.
Good Teams on call at Reasonable Prices.






46 THE FLORIDA

The Parlor Market,
FRESH MEATS AND VEGETABLES.
*. .. LOWEST PRICES . .
J. T. McKINNON, PROPRIETOR.
De Funiak Springs, Florida.


WILLIAM


DREYER,


A RCH IT ECT,
DE FUNIAK SPRINGS, FLORIDA.

J. M. HELMS
CITY DRAY.
Furniture, T'frunks, etc., moved on short notice.
DE FUNIAK SPRINGS, FLA.

TAPPAN BROTHERS,
DE FUNIAK SPRINGS, FLA.
BRICKLAYERS AND PLASTERERS.
Dealers in Brick, Lime, Cement, Hair, etc. Work solicited in
adjoining towns. Prices according to quality of work.

J. N. MoLANE, M. D.,
Office and Residence, BALDWIN AVENUE.
Office Hours: 8 to 10 A. M., 2 to 4 P. M.
DE FUNIAK SPRINGS, - FLORIDA.
THE BEST ADVERTIBINGIMEDIUM.

THE DE FUNIAK HERALD,
SUBSCRIPTION $1.00 PER YEAR.
The oldest paper in Walton County, one of the
best agricultural and horticultural sections of the
land of flowers. Official organ of Walton Co.
ADVERTISING RATES LOW.
Sample Copies sent on application.

-THE--

Atlantic Coast Line

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


CHAUTAUQUA. 47

"The Four Track Series"
This is the title of a series of books of travel and edu-
cation issued by the Passenger Department of the. .
New YorkCentral & Hudson River Railroad
These small books are filled with information regarding the
best modes of travel and the education that can best be obtained
by travel, the whole world now agreeing 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
required for a journey, its cost, and other data not easily
obtained elsewhere,
They albo contain numerous illustrations and new
and 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 26, American Railroads.
No. 28, A New Map of Asia and the Chinese Empire.
No. 31, Seen From the Car.
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 eight beautiful etchings of scenery along the lines, or any of
the above mentioned books, will be sent free, postpaid, to any
address in the world, on receipt of a postage stamp of any coun-
try on the globe, by George H. Daniels, General Passenger Agt.,
Grand Central Station, New York.


c> g


0 0 0


Only Direct Water Route from



.ow TO..
. TO .


CO-p


Fastest Modern Steamships and Excellent Service.
Three Sailings a Week, and oftener from New York, af-
fording Rpil Connections to all Southern Resorts.
THEO. G. EGER, G. M.
WM. P. CLYDE & CO., General Agents,
19 State Street, New York City.


0a
C, d, //(p


6d


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CShzr/leenp So







THE FLORIDA


THOUSAND MILES

IN 20 HOURS.

This is the daily task of the most remark-
able long distance train in the world, the
"20th Century Limited between Chicago
and New York over the


Lake Shore "Souhern Ry.

Not only is the journey made in perfect
comfort, but in connection with it the trav-
eler has at his command all the conveniences
of the best appointed hotels.
The perfect condition of the Lake Shore
makes such service as this possible.
For Book of Trains or matters about
travel, write

A. J. SMITII, G. P. & T. A.,

Cleveland, Ohio.



How to Reach

DE FUNIAK SPRINGS, FLA.
THE WASHINGTON AND SOUTHWESTERN LIMITED. operated daily the year
round, between New York and New Orleans, via Pennsylvania, Southern
Railway, 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 Drawing-Room, Sleeping
Car between Montgomery and Pensacola, Fla., in which passengers can re-
main until 7 o'clock a. m., Union Passenger Station, Pensacola. U. S. Fast
Mail. Pullman Drawing-Room, Sleeping-Cars, New York and New Orleans,
Dining Car Service.
No. 35 No. 37
U.S. Fast W. & S.W.
Mail. Limited.
Lv. NEW YORK, 23d St. Station... Penn. R. R. *.o n't *4.25 p m.
11 Corl Desb. Sta.. x.15 4.30 '
Philadelphia ............... .. 7.20 a.m. 6.5 "
Baltimore................... ..34 ." 6
Ar. WASHINGTON .. o.32 o.20
Lv. WASHINGTON.............. Southern Ry 111.5 10.45
Ar. Charlottesville, Union Station. 2.o6 p.m. .50 a.m.
Charlotte......... ............ 9.45 9.25 "
Atlanta..........Central Time 5.oa.m, 3.55 pm.
Lv. Atlanta....................... A. & W. P. 5.25 4.20 "
Ar. Montgomery................. W.RyofAla. x.oo 9.20 "
Pensacola.................... L. & N. R.R.I 4.5 p.m. 5.00 a.m.
Lv. Pensacola .................. ... .... 7o00
Ar. DE FUNIAK SPRINGS .....
Full and complete arrangements can be perfected through any Agent of the
SOUTHERN RAILWAY, who will assist you in 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-Ix85 Broadway; 271 Broadway, BosToN-228 Washington St.
PHILADELPHIA-828 Chestnut St. BALTIMORE-120 E. Baltimore St.
WASHINGTON-705 Fifteenth St.
PRESS OF THE A. V. NIGHT CO., POUGHKEEP61E, I Y.









-. .. RAILROAD INFOFMATIQN -





Tia LoISVILLa. & N.ASH iia R. R.; has iade -iy
r.. tes to De l Fniak a-id return., from all points pi ts
lines. Th6se desiring-sleeper acc6otpnTodati6'ns.through'.' "j
Ato-DeFrdniak-le~ve Cinciaunati at'night.i From St. Louis, j
DeFuniak passengersshould tki the night btrain.. Rates
from Plomaton agd Florida points include oni day's.ad-
nission.at the Flo da.Chat-kuqua ; ; ,..".
Special round-trip'-tickets .wil be on sale February. '5th
till April 2a, and will be godd to'return till April. 7th.- :-.

ber at, good formajll.winter, at-low rates,". Clicap round---,
trip rates are as.followi': .
Cninnati .. 55 Bar ,. 34 -
S .Owens boro... .... . Holts. ..,. ., ..... 1.99
Lexi o ........ 28.75- Milligan ......... .69







SShel b ille.... 8.7 8 Crestview....."... I. .
SLoui sville... ....,28.7 Argyile. ; ........... .
S Nashville, Toend.,22.5g -e Ponce de Leon. .r... .8o


'' oo ,le i..a.k.,e... 3 Cottondale..... ..o. 2.22 -
-'.: Flomaton, atteFloia.... 484 Marianna ......... 59
S.- Pensacolal rountti3.53 -ets River Junction...... sale Fe th
' till Aprid- n,.. .. ..- toreturn t-ll p i ; .
S FromG. P. A.rominenitlle Kti ey o sale.after vem ,-.
-. r e t oodor .wan '411 informatilow rates, Cheap .Tound,

















Seaboard Air Line Railway
The shortest arend ao st dieoo t ine fro, n al' principid

PASSING THROUGH '

SAVANNAH, JACKSONVILLE and TALLAHAS-
S'.'i -EE to E -3FUNIA SPRINGS. "

SpecfialRound Trip Tickets fiom Jacksonville to De7
Ow-aeok Springs.. Fla., during the ,'Chau.aul.ua
iegton. from F.bruary.th toMi April'.2nda .
Solid Trasvie from.Ne. Y.,8.ork to Jackrgole vile.. Se-vice












othe very. bestap up-to-date in every.pariular. Splen-. o6
did oadbed ad Quick .5 ed ulesCary. Eveyth.... g pro- .
vided for thie comfort.of Travel, *i'cluding-DUing'gand
Cafe Cars. Time tables, Folders, etc., sent op appli.
S cation. .' '. 2 .. .. 4 . 8

SEDWARD F. COST, Traffic o Manager.- .
D ..-. ..Potsouth, Va.
CHARLES B. RYAN, general Passenger.Agent, .

O. AC DONELL, A. KP. A. Jsiolsonville, -la.
SI ORTON EaEernPasengerAgent, 1188 B'way, New York




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