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: 1907
Frequency: annual
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Subjects / Keywords: Chautauquas -- Congresses -- Florida   ( lcsh )
History -- Periodicals -- De Funiak Springs (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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General Note: Latest issue consulted: 1919.
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The FloriciaChautauqua
DE FUNIAK SPRINGS, FLORIDA. c
The Great Winter Chautauqua of the South.
February 22nd to March 30th, 1907.
The Florida Chautauqua presents for the season
of Nineteen Hundred and Seven a strong list of at-
tractions, comprising names of celebrated artists
whose genius has made the American platform a
great educational factor in individual and national
development. The coming session marks a new epoch
in our history, making this, the twenty-third anni-
versary, a realization of the truest Chautauqua
spirit. The schools, hitherto restricted to private
pupils, will be opened to the public without extra
charge, and classes held along various lines. The
program responds to a growing demand for the

















Cuavexcoca I~aKE, BY DqOONLIGHT.

higher and better class of entertainment, happily
blending the refining influence of music and song
with the abiding instruction of travelogue and lec-
ture.
Year by year De Funiak has reached out to a
wider clientage, and to-day is known as the great
health resort and intellectual center of the South.
No place offers so many advantages to the seeker
after health and rest. The tall pine trees give a de-
lightful aroma, the pure water (by analysis pro-
nounced the equal of any of the German or Ameri-
can Springs in absolute purity) gives tone and
strength to the system, the lakes, pleasant parks, and
inviting nooks, give opportunity for out-of-door life;
while the Chautauqua Assembly Icontibutes so
ciability and entertainment for the winter vi 1 ors,
Crowning the crest of the Bilu~e Rtidge, this charm-
ing spot, three hundred feet above sea level, marks
the highest altitude by United States coast survey in





CHAUTAUQUA. 3
ville" midway between Jacksonville and New Or-
leans, one hundred and thirty miles southwest of
Thomasville.

Accessibility Visitors journeying southward from
Chicago, 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 akesThere are many lakes of rare beauty
Our akesnear De Funiak where those fond of
the water can row and fish to their heart's content.


i THE FLORIDA

Florida. It is twenty miles from the Gulf of Mexico,
whose breezes come tempered with sweetness and
lades with health through miles of primeval pines.
The marvelous lake in the heart of the town, perfectly
round and one mile in circumference, is a dream of
beauty. Visitors from all parts of the world pro.
nounce it one of the marked features of our continent,
and one of the world's wonders, for nowhere else be-
tween the Atlantic and Pacific, or indeed in any part
of the globe, has this gem of a lake an equal in sym-
metry and ideal perfection. The high rolling lands
by which it is entirely surrounded, gradually sloping
toward the silvery beach, form a frame-like margin
to the lovely picture, while fine residences amid de.
lightful environments can be' seen through the open-
ings for miles in every direction. The scenery justi-
fies the title of the "Adirondacks of Western Ffori-
da," and De Funiak has been appropriately styled


A PIcTURE~sQUE ROAD.
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.
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 Mag-
nolia Springfs 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.
Adjoining the Chautaugua Park
'Alpine Park and Lake, is a delightful resting-
place where the lover of nature can walk among state-
ly pines, bask in the sunshine and hear ~the sweet
music of song-birds mingle with the cadence, of fall-
ing waters. Here is Alpine Spring, the crystal water
,of which is caught in a "Jacob's Well" of sparkling
gran~ite.


IN ALPINE PA~RK.
"A Little Venice" with fairy parks, mmiature lakes,
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 guard-
ing its beauty. Live oaks and water oaks are on
every hand, while holly bushes hold up their scar-
let 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-
TIhe Water ities of her waters make De Funiak
widely known as "'the Poland Springs of the South,"
while her clear atmosphere, bright skies, high alti-
tude and balmy breezes form an ideal combination
for the health-seeker. Alpine Spring is now every
where rcog~nize~d>as a complete curative for those
-sfFdl1-hi (Am kidney complaints. It has restored

DE FUNIAK SPRINGS is situated on the Pensacola
and Atlantic Division of the "Louisville and Nash-




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4 THE) FLORIDA
Excursion tickets are sold over all
Approaches 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
Assembly. While the Chautauqua is in session, no
winter trip presents so large a return for the out-
lay. In one day the snow banks north of the Ohio
become merely a memory amid the sunny dreams of
the Southland.
Acco modaionThe Hotel Chautauqua, a large
AcconnodaionSand admirably kept hotel, is
fitted with modern conveniences, and furnishes every
possible comfort to its guests. Several smaller ho-
tehi also present reasonable rates to tourists, and
there are many cottages with comfortable accommo-
dations. Delightful families from the north have
for years made De Funiak their winter home. Peo-
ple from Iowa, Wisconsin, Dakota, Illinois, Ohio, In-
diana, Minnesota, New York and many other states,
make happy all visitors by cordial hospitality. Re-
ceptions are numerous, and good livery or jolly ox-
cart rides are frequently 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 8,000 people to the Chautauqua.
The Saturday programs are especially interesting
and attractive, and the large auditorium on the lake-
side is always Erowded 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 lake affords ex-
cellent opportunity for rowing and sailing. A superb
orchestra furnishes music in the Hotel Chautauqua
Dining Room.


LORA MlAC DONuaLD.



08)patitttetst Of %sHttHcti00.

CLASS WORK( ALONG VARIOUS LINES.

The Florida Chautauqua announces a. new de-
parture in the formation of class work along various
lines of Music, ~Elocution, Child-Training, Physical
Culture and Literature. In addition to the private
instruction given in the past large classes will be
organized and held, in which general instruction will
be given without extra charge to the students. This
is but the beginning of a great system of free schools
which will be held under the auspices of the Florida
Chautauqua.



The department of music will be under the direc-
tion of Douglas Powell, of Nashville, Tenn., who has
successfully had charge of the school of music at
Monteagle Assembly, Moriteagle, Tenn., for many
years. Mr. Powell stands in the first rank of Ameri-
can artists, and is a conductor and instructor of
marked ability. His work has met wilh praise on
both sides of the Atlantic, and he is pronounced by


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discussed. The dramas under consideration will
be: "LAs You Like It," "LMid-Summer Night's
Dream," "Macbeth," and "King Lear." Those wish-
ing to .join the class are requested to bring copies
of the text to each meeting. The work will aim to


B THE FLORIDA

musical authorities perfect in artistic finish and soul-
ful interpretation.
In addition to the usual private instruction, Mr.
Powell will hold public classes in choral training,
tone quality and vocal expression.


181otograply.,
A new and added attraction will be the school
of Photography, conducted by Hope Cawthon, of
De Funiak Springs, Florida. Year by year the outr
of-door life of the Chautauqua plays a more promi-
nent part, and the. Camera Club will take advantage
of each Wednesday for an excursion to the pleasant
recreation points in the vicinity of DeFuniak Springs.


ALPINE SPnRNG.


bring out a more perfect understanding of the
works of the great dramatist, the customs of the
Shakespearean age, the stage and dramatic possi-
bilities, superstitions, and references to contemporary
neous playwrights, with the higher object of instilling
a genuine love for literary criticism.


**THEY WAV~TCHED THE RETREATINGI SAIL OF THE MAYFLOWER. '
(From A. T. Kiempton's Illustrated Lecture,
"M~iles Standish.")

Everyone is urged to join the club, for which no
membership fee is charged. Mlr. Cawthon will be
glad to meet all members at the Photographic Gal-
lery at any time and instruction in the use of the
kodak and camera, the developing of films and nega-
tives, will be fully given. In short, there is noth-
ing more interesting and attractive in the entire
course than the pleasant outings offered by the
School of Photography.


Eiterlature. -
The department of literature will be conducted by *
K~enneth Bruce, of Brooklyn, N. Y. The work this
year will comprise studies in Shakespeare, in which
both comedy and tragedy will be read and carefully


BIN AIa PALRK.

(Elorttiton.
The Department of Elocution will be under the
direction of Miss Bessie N. Buhl, of Centerville, In-
diana. It will be held the middle of March and will





B THEp FTLORIDA

consist in class training in the principles of Elocu-
tion. The large classes will be held in the amphi-
theatre, and no extra charge will be made. Every-
one is cordially invited to jomn.


CHAUTAUQUA. 9

WItI hott0R BnaianB.
Miss Grace N. Lamkin, of Chicago, will form one of
the famous Indian camps, offering instructive fun
for the boys and girls. Everyone from six to sixteen


Aa INDIAN BA4LL GA~MB.


years are eligible, and no charge is made for mem-
bership. The work has been ably summed up by
Ernest Thompson Seton as "something to do, some-
thing to think about, and something to enjoy in the
woods, with a view always to Character Building."
The Indian Tribe will be organized with name,
totem and war-whoop, with an aim for out-door ath-
letics, nature study, self-government and .camping.
There will be new games each afternoon, Indian
drills and competitive races, and Indian medals will
be awarded -to those winning in the races. Every-


ulses N. anwinT.


SIbggita cl tlaining.
The work in Physical Training will be conducted
by Miss Hazel A. Stillman, of Waukon, Iowa., It
will be held during the last week of the Chautauqua'


LaKBa BTANLEOY.


one who has been present at all of the council meet-
ings can take part in the grand pow-wow. This is
a wonderful opportunity for the children, the boys
and the girls, to get training and recreation combined.
Growth is always by action, and the Indian Encamp
ment gives healthy, wholesome, instructive fun.


A. T. KnaxProN
and no extra charge will be made for joining the
classes. The school will be held in the amphitheatre
and will offer a splendid opportunity for training in
this important branch.





10 THE: FLOIDA

GI~bt ji111 Sour.
The Devotional and Biblical Hour will be unusually
strong and attractive. It has been the aim of the
management to place this important branch of the
religious life of the Chautauqua under the direction
of the leading Biblical students of our country. Every
morning from ten to eleven o'clock, Sunday excepted,
will be devoted to the study of the Scriptures, and
great benefit will be derived from these meetings.
The work will be begun by Dr. Alexander Jackson,
of Cleveland, Ohio, whose pleasing manner and force*
ful personality endeared him to all hearts at our last
session. Dr. George Summey, of New Orleans, La.,
one of the foremost students on Old Testament and
Hebrew literature, brings new thought and a wider
outlook to the many hidden beauties of the Bible.
Dr. James Albert Patterson, of Columbus, Ohio, a
student of Philosophical and Psychological subjects,
treats the subject from the standpoint of decision and
its relation to duty. Rev. Wirt Lowther throws
his sterling strength and character into his clear in-
terpretations, accomplishing lasting and enduring
good. Never before has the Chautauqua presented
such a list of leaders for the Devotional Hour.


CHAUTAUQUA.


Matutlbtr ay @rmesond.
The same rate will apply to ''Saturday Excursions"
as in the past few years, viz: 85 cents for whole tick-
ets, and 50 cents for half tickets, sold at all Railroad
Stations between Pensacola and River .Junction,
which includes "Railroad Fare" and "Admission -for
the Day" to.all Chautauqua Entertainments. This
has provedra great convenience and benefit to all, say-
ing the time and trouble of purchasing tickets at
the amphitheatre on Saturdays, as the mere showing
of the return-railroad-coupon is sufficient to admit
the bearer to all the exercises and entertainments
held in the amphitheatre. The Saturday attrac-
tions are especially strong this season. Never in
the entire history of our Chautauqua has such a list
of orators been presented to the public. Entertain-
ments of magic, sleight-of-hand and illustrated lec-
tures, are especially attractive for excursionists
which always fill the amphitheatre to overflowing.


CanrRco's ORCHEISTRA AT THEI HOTEL CHAUTAUQUA.
O~ur: Qobon.
The growth of De Funiak Springs has kept equal
pace with ~the increasing influence and development
of~ the Chautauqua, and to-day our town is not otily
the county seat of Walton County, but also the busi-
ness center of a wide section. The many beautiful
homes and residences fronting the lake, nestled
among the tall pine trees on the Circle and in Chau-
tauqua Park, give a striking and artistic setting to
a scene already made beautiful by the master hand
of nature. The placing of the tennis courts and croquet
grounds in the parks of our city bespeaks the ever
increasing importance of the out-of-door resort life,
while the rapid building of stores and cottages show
the material development. During the past two years
the value of real estate has nearly doubled and the
business of De Funiak Springs has increased in equal
proportion.


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THE PLATF ORM..


LIST OF TALENT.
Carrico's Concert Band andi Orchestra, of Chicago,
will again be at the Florida Chautauqua during the
entire session. The organization is composed of
finished musicians, including Violin, 'Cello, Cornet,
Clarionet and Trombone soloists, and is under the
personal directorship of Mr. W. L. Carrico. Entire
concerts from Wagner and the great~composers will
bq rendered, in addition to the usual popular, selee-
tions.

A. W. Hawks, of Centerville, N. Y., the "Sunshine
Man," will fill the hours with mirth and gladness.
Mr. Hawks is a recognized leader on the American
platform and his lecture on "'Sunshine and Shadows"
has been universally pronounced "'a platforin gem."

Hon. Lou J. Beauchamp, of Hamilton, Ohio, "The
Hixmorous Philosopher," will be with us from March
15th to the 20th. Mr. Beauchamp is one of the
Chautauqua favorites and ,his inspiring lecture,
"Take the Sunny Side," has been successfully de-
livered more than two thousand times.

Hon. N. B. Broward, Governor of Florida, has
kindly consented to deliver one of his forceful ad-


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dresses on March the ninth. The Chautauqua spirit
is happily realized whenever the people are drawn


CHAUTAUQUA. 15

Cora Mel Patten, of Chicago, Ill., principal of the
Marden School of Music and Elocution, will be with
us the opening week of the Chautauqua. Miss Pat-
ten is a reader of national reputation, having won


BESSIE M. BUIIL.


"sUNSHINE" -AWKCS.
in closer touch with their executive and the im-
portant issues of their state.
Douglas Powell, of Nashville, Tenn., the English
baritone, will thrill all hearts with his stirring Bor-


wide renown in
of character.


her interpretation and delineationn


Hon. W~allace Bruce, of Brooklyn, N. Y., will give
his lectures on Walter Scott. Throughout the United


W. L. CannIco.


CH~narrs LANar.
der Ballads. Mr. Powell is one of the foremost solo-
ists of our country, having taken part in concert
recitals with most of the leading grand opera singers
of our time.


'states and in Scotland Mr. Bruce is a recognized
authority on Scottish literature, and the "Wand and
Sceptre of Walter Scott" will be a literary treat.






CHAUTAUQUA. 7

Rev. A. T. Kempton, of Lunenburgf, Mass., will give
his three celebrated picture plays, "Evangeline,"
"Hiawatha," and "Miles Standish." The groups
from which the pictures were made were posed in
the studios of celebrated artists, and the magnificent
coloring of the slides is an added charm. The marked
literary style of the lectures has received high en-
comium.

Louis Spencer Daniels, of Lebanon, Tenn., the im-
personator of negro and Southern character, will
again delight the people of Chautauqua. Mr. Dan-
iels has an inimitable manner that is all his own,
making him an unique platform character. On the


10 THE FLORIDA

Hon. Charles H. Laney, of Pensacola, Florida, will
give his pleasing lecture, "The Mocking Bir." No
one gives better satisfaction on our platform than
this eloquent Southern orator, who ~never fails to
please.


Loo J. BEAUcHAMP.


Ellwood the Magician, of Philadelphia, Pa., will
give two full evenings of magic. During the past
two years Ellwood has appeared in the larger cities
of Europe and has elicited great praise. He stands
to-day in the first rank of magicians.
Alice May Magly, of Cincinnati, Ohio, will give
on Children's Day her wonderful seemed production,


A. B. RIsons,

last Saturday, Mr. Daniels will present a Chautauqua
entertainment, in which many of the patrons will take
part.

Rev. James Albert Patterson, D.D., of Columbus,
Ohio, a leading orator of the West and Northwest,
brings a splendid list of interesting subjects. His
lecture on "Doubts and Doubters" is pronounced a
masterpiece.

Miss Lisle N. Stewart, of Mt. Vernon, Iowa, who
has won deserved success at Island Park Assembly,
Rome City, Ind., and other Chautauguas the past
summer, as a soprano soloist, will again be heard on
our platform and greeted by her many friends.


"Mother Goose," in which one hundred children will
be present on the stage. Miss Magly is also a reader
of -marked ability and will add greatly to the con-
certs and entertainments. '






,18 THE FrLORIDA
Hazel A. Stillman, of W~aukon, Iowra, D'ramatic
Reader, brings a full repertoire of pleasing se-
lections, and will add much to the interest of the
last week of the Chautauqua.
Mrs. Alice Chirrico, of Chicago, Ill., is a violmiist of
marked ability. She was a pupil of Emil Sauret,
the celebrated French teacher, and has acquired an
enviable reputation in musical circles. Splendid
technique, full tone and expression give especial fas-
cination to her violin solos.
Miss Mary Campbell, of D~e Funiak Springs, Fla.,
will be heard with pleasure on our platform. She
is a pianist of ability, enteringf blrto solo and accom-
paniment' with the responsive feeling of the true mu-
sician.
Rev.. George Summey, D.D., Editor of the South-
western Presbyterian, of New Orleans, La., will bring
renewed zeal and inspiration to the Devotional Hour.


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A. B. Rische, of Chicago, Il;, 'Cellist, whose strong,
firm tones have made him one of Chautaugua's f'a-
vorite soloists, will appear many times in concert
work. He has instilled in his audience a true love
for the 'cello.


CHauTaUQUa VESPER TEMPLE1.
Malcolm Bruce, of Brooklyn, N. Y., will give an
entirely new line of moving pictures, which add so
much to the Saturday night entertainments.
Bessie M. Buh~l, of Centerville, Ind., Reader
and Child, Impersonator, has a wide reputation as an
elocutionist of great ability. Her work has met with
phenomenal success.
Rev. Alexander Jackson, D.D., of Cleveland, Ohio,
will be re-welcomed by his many friends and ad-


"CroLONE" SOUTHERS.

Dr. Summey is recognized as a leading authority on
Old Testament and Hebrew literature.
'Ritat Brez~e Rich, of Chicago, Ill., a singer of
~marked ability, brings a fine repertoire of songs of
all nations. These are rendered in costume, and
give excellent opportunity for studying the different
'characteristics of the English, Irish, Scotch and
Indian Music and Folk Songs.
Rev. Wirt Lowther, of Dwight, Ill., has been ap-
propriately styled "The man who touches life with
the upward impulse." He brings a list. of interest-
ing subjects, and will throw life and vigor into the
Biblical Hour. Mr. Lowther is a pleasing speaker,
and his lectures possess wonderful bits of descrip-
tions, and a clear literary style.


CHaUTauqUa LAa. *
mnirers. E.Dr. Jackson is General Secretary of the
Cleveland: Sunday Union, and has held prominent
positions in Seqtland, Canada and the United States.`
He is eminently fitted for the lecture platform by
natural ki~i~owment and years of training and ex-
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20, 'i'i~tE FLORTbA

Zylla Moore Cardin, of View, Ky., utilizes her plan- E
station experiences and observations, shows a keen r: Q
understanding of the negro character as well as a O 5
master of the dialect. She is especially strong in
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TWENTY-THIRD ANNUAL SESSION.


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FRIDAY--February 22.
8.00 Addresses of W~elcome by President Wallace Bruce,
Brookilyn, N. Y.; Mayor G. P. Henlry, De Funiak
Springs, F~la.; Dr. Alexander Jackson, Cleveland, Ohio,
and Superintendent K~enneth Bruce, New York City.
Overture, Carrico's Concert Orchestra, of Chicago.
Humorous and Dramatic Readings, Cora M~el Pat-
ten, of- Chicago. Plano Solos, Miss Mary Campbell,
De Funfakr Springs, Fla. Soprano Solos, Miss Lisle
N. Stewart, Mit. Vernon, Iowa. Admission Free,


SATURDAY--February 23.
10.00 Biblical Hour: Opening by the President, Residing
Ministers and Dr. Alexander Jackson.
11.00 Grand Concert: Cora Mel Patten, Reader; Miss
Lisle N. Stewart, Soprano; Miss Mary Campbell,
Pianist. Carrico's Concert Orchestra, of Chicago.
.2.30 Orchestral Concert: Carrico's Concert Orchestra, of
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24 THE FLORIDA

3.00 Lecture: "The Mocking Bird," Hon Charles H.. Laney.
7.00 Entertainment: A8. B. Rische, 'Cello Boloist; Cora
9fel Patten, Reader; Mrs. Alice Carrico, Violin So-
loist; Miss Lisle N. Stewart, Soprano Soloist; Car-
rico's Concert Orchestra, closing with Moving, Pic-
tures.

SUNDAY--February 24*
9.30 Sunday School in the various Churches.
11.00 Sermon: Dr. Alexander Jackson.
5.00 Chautauqua Sabbath Vesper Service in the Ampl-
theatre.
7.00 Song Servic~e in the Amphitheatre.

MONDAY-February 25-
10.00 Biblical Hour: "The Bible and Modern Selence," Dr.
Alexander Jackson.
3.00 O0rchestral Concert: Carrico's Orchestra, of Chicago.
4.30 Studies in Shakiespeare: "As You Like It," K~enneth
Bruce.
8.00 Iteadings and Interpretations:. Cora Mel Patten, of
Chicago.

TUESDAY--February 26.
10.00 Biblical Hour: "The Bible and the Critics," Dr.
Alexander Jackson.
3.00 Concert: Carrico's Orchestra, of Chicago.
4.30 Studies in Shakespeare: "As You Like It," Kenneth
Bruce.
8.00 Lecture: "The Sound of Many Waters," Zylla Moorti
Cardin.

WEDNESDAY--February 27.
10.00 Biblical Hour: "The Bible and H~istorical Research,"
Dr. Alexander Jackson.
3.00 Organization of the Camera ("lub, under the direction
of Hope Cawthon.
8.15 'Informal Reception: Hotel Chautauqua.

THURSDAY--February 28.
10.00 Biblical Hour: "The Bible and the World's Thought,"
Dr. Alexander Jackson.
3.00 Lecture: Cora Mel Patten.
4.30 Studies in Shakespeare: "Mid-Summer Night's Dream,"
Kenneth Bruce.
8.00 Concert: Miss Mary Campbell, Pianist; Miss Lisle
N. Stewart, Soprano, and Zylla Moore Cardin, Reader.

FRIDAY--March z.
10.00 Biblical Hour: "1The Bible and Literature," Dr.
Alexander Jackson.
3.00 Concert : Cora Mel Patten, Reader : Zy~lla Moore
Cardin, Reader, and Chautauqua String Quartet.
4.30 Studies in Shakrespeare: ''King L~ear," K~enneth Bruce.
8,00 Lecture: "Talks and Talkers," Prof. Charles Lane.


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SATURDAY--March 2.
10.00 Biblical Hour: "The Bible M~aking Character," Dr.
Alexander Jackson.
11.00 Grand Concert: Chautauqua~ String Quartet; Miss
Lsle N. Stewart, Soprano; Miss Mary Campbell,
Pianist; Zylla Moore Cardin, Dramatic Reader; Car.
rico's Concert Orchestra.
2.30 Orchestral Concert: Carrico's Concert Orchestra, at
Chfcag~o,
3.00 Lecture: "Laughter," Prof. Charles Lane.
7.00 Grand E~ntertainment: Douglas Powell, Baritone;
M~iss Alice May Miagly, Dramatic Reader; Mrs. Alice
Carrico, Violinist; Mr. A. B. Rische, 'Cellist; Zylla
M~oore Cardin, Humoorous Reader; Miss Mary Camp-
Sbell, Planist; Miss Lisle N. Stewart, Soprano, assisted
by full Assembly Orchestra, and closing with MdovinR
r'ictures* -

SUNDAY-March 3-
!).30 Sunday Schlool in thle various Chulrches.
11.00 Sermon: D~r. Alexander Jackison.
5.00 Chlautauqlua. Sabbath Vesper Service.
7.00 Song Service in the Amphitheatre.

MONDAY--March 4*
10.00 Bibical H~our: "Preachers as Prophets," Dr. Alex-
ander Jacktson.
3.00 Lecture: "Bulttermilk and Cornbread," Zylla Moore
Cardin.
4.30 Studies in Shakespeare: Kienneth BIruce.
7.00 Chorus Rehearsal, conducted by Doulglas Powell.
8.00 Illustrated Lecture: "E~vangeline,"' Rev. A. T. Kiemp-
ton. Prelude by Carrico's Orchestra.

TUESDAY--March 5.
10.00 Biblical HIour: "The New Jerusalem," Dr. Alexander
Jacktson.
3.00 Grand. Concert: Carrico's Orchestra.
4:30 Studies in Shnkespeare: K~enneth Bruce.
7.00 Chorus Rehearsal, conducted by Douglas Powell.
8:00 Illustrated Lecture: "Nova Scotia," Rev. A. T.
Kempton.
WEDNESDAY--March 6.
10.00 Biblical Hour: "What Think You of Christ?" Dr.
Alexander Jacktson.
2.00 The Camera Club: Eixcursion to Lake Stanley.
8.15 Informal Reception at Hotel Chautauclua.

THURSDAY--March 7.
10.00 Biblical Hour, conducted by Dr. George Summey.
3.00,Lefuctur: ;"The Greatest Question," Dr. Alexander
Jacksop~.
4.30 S~tudies in~ ShakB;e@@re: K~enneth Brue.
7.00 Chorus Rehearsal, conducted by Douglas Powell.
8.00 Illustrated Lecture: "H-inwatha," Rev. A. T. Remp.
ton. Musical Prelude: "Hfawatha," Carrico's Or
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10.00 Biblical HouF, codA ed bM ch.G orge Summer.
8.00 Lecture: "Chile Concarne and Hot Tamales," sylla
Moore Cardin.
4.30 "The Wand and Seeptre of Walter Beott," Wallace

7.00 Bhou Rehearsal, condneted by Douglas Powell.
8.00 Illustrated Lecture: "Milesr Standish," Rev. A. T.
Kempton.
SATURDAY--March g.
GOVERNOR'S DAY.
10.00 Biblical Hour, conducted by Dr. George summer.
11.00 Grand Concert: J. A. Hawkins, Cornet Soloist; Zylla
Moore Cardin, Humorous Entertainer: A. B. Rische,
'Cellist; AIfce May Magley, Dramatic Reader.
2.30 Orchestral Concert: Carrico's Concert Orchestra, of
Chicago.
3.00 Address: Hon. N. B. Broward, Governor of Florida.
71.00 Magleal Entertainment: "Weird Tricks of the Orl-
.ent," Ellwood the Magician.
SUNDAY-March lo.
9.$0 Sunday School in the various Churches.
11.00 Bermon: Dr. George Summey.
5.00 Chautauqua Sabbath Vesper Service.
71.00 Song Service in the Amphitheatre.
MONDAY--March zz.
10.00 Biblical Hour, conducted by Dr. George Summey.
3.00 Leeture: Dr. George Summey.*
S8.00 Grand Concert: Evening with the Wagnerian Operas,
Carrico's Orchestra, of Chicago.
TUESDAY--March Is.
10.00 Biblical Hour, conducted by Dr. George Summey.
3.00 Orchestral Concert: Carrico's Orchestra, of Chicago.
8.00 Lecture: "Ideas, their Place and Power in Life," Dr.
James Albert Patterson.
WEDNESDAY-March x3*
10.00 Biblical Hour : "The Gathering of Disciples," Dr.
James Albert Patterson.
2.00 Camera Club: Excursion to Chautauqua Glen.
8.15 Informal Reception at Hotel Chantanqua.

THURSDAY--March z4.
10.00 Biblical Hour: "The Good Samaritan and Beyond,"
Dr. James Albert Patterson.
8.00 Lecture: "The Modern Oracle," Dr.' James Albert
Patterson.
8.00 Popular Concert: Carrico's Concert Orchestra, of
Chicago.
FRIDAY-March z5.
10.00 Biblical Hour: "The Bow Drawn at a Venture,--a
Study in Providences," Dr. James Albert Patterson.
3.00 Orchestral Concert: Carrico's Orchestra, of Chicago.
8.00 Lecture: "Doubts and Doubters,"' Rev. James Albert
Patterson.


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SATURDAY--March z6.
CHILDREN'S DAY. *
10.00 Biblical Hour : "The Unconscious Element in Lify -
a Study of the First Psalm," Dr. James Albert Pat-
terson.
11.00 Grand Concert: G~eorge A. Miyers, Clarrionet Soloist:
Alice May Magly, Humorous Reader; Mrs. Alice Car-
rico, Violinist; The Chautauqua String Quartet; Miss
Mary Campbell, Pianist.
2.30 Orchestral Concert: Carrico's Orchestra, of Chicago.
3.00 Lecture: "Take the Sunny Side," Hon. Lou J. Beau-
champ.
7.00 Grand Spectacular Entertainment: "Mother Goose,"
one hundred children in gorgeous costumes, drills,
songs, recitations, matches and tableaux. A wo~nder-.
ful Musical Extravaganza, under the direction of
Alice May Miagly, of Cincinnati, Ohio.


SCHAUTAUQUA. 31

Wu. H. KNOWLEs, President
W. K. HYER, JR., Vice-President and Cashier
T. W. BRENT and W. N. ROBERTS, ASSIStant Cashiers


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Designated Depository of the United States
DIRECTORS
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.D. G. BRENT. W. K. HYER, JR.
In connection with the regular banking business we
have a SAVINGs DEPARTMENT, and upon deposits made in
this department we will allow interest at the rate of
4 Per cent per annum.


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KEEP YOUR EYE ON

GLENDALE
SThe railroad is now completed, and low rates of
freight are in effect. The new mill at Glendale is
turning out quantities of lumber and building
matenal. The numerous turpentine works are
running full time. The new cotton gin turned
'out a quantity of cotton the past season.
THIS LOCALITY is the GARDEN SPOT of all WESTERN FLORIDA
The Glendale Development Company has had
the town laid off in residence and businesslots,
and they are now on the market at from thirty to
SeVenty-five dollars per lot. This growing town
is ten miles north of De Funiak Spnngs--the ter-
rinu nd ythehD Fuikfa IN t rnbR.dR.--is
grazing land in the State. For maps and further
information, call on or address
A. L BEACH, Presideat De Fu~lak Sprall~s.
W. L. CAWIHON. SecretarJ and Treasurer, De Pualak Springs.
D. E. III)RFB, Vice-President, Glendale, Fla.


SUNDAY--March I7. -
Sunday School in the various Churches.
Sermon: _Dr. James Albert Patterson.
Chautauqua Sabbath Vesper Service in Alpine Parkt.
Song. Service in the Amphitheatre.


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MONDAY-March 18.
10.00 Biblical Hour : "E~phrim and H~is Idols--the Psy-
chology of Habit," Dr. James Albert Patterson.
11.00 School of Elocution, conducted by Bessle M. Bubl.
3.00 Readings: Bessie M. B~uhl, assisted by Carrico's Or-
+ chestra, of Chicago, and Rita B. Rich, Contralto.
4.00 Children's Hour: Foundation of the Indian Camp
on the lines of the famous Seton Indian Encamp-
ment, conducted by Grace MI. Lamkifn.
8.00 Lecture: "Age of the! Young Man," Hion. L~ou J. Beau-
champ. ..

TUESDAY--March Ig.
TEMPEIRANCE DAY.
10.00 Biblical Hour, conducted by Dr. James Albert Pat-
terson.
11.00 School of Elocution, conducted by Bessie Md. Buhl*
3.00 Orchestral Concert: Carrico's Orchestra, of Chicago.
4.00 Children's Hour: Indian Emeampmerit, Grace M.
Lanktin
8.00 Lecture: "Third Class People," Hon. Loul J. Beau-
champ.

WEDNESDAY--March 2o.
10.00 Biblical Hour, conducted by Dr. James Albert Pat-
terson. '
11.00 School of Elocution, conducted by Bessie M. Buhl.
2.00 Camera Club: Ox-cart Excurefon to the Old Mill.
4.00 Children's Hour at the Wigw;1m, conducted by Grace
M. Lamkin. *
8.15i Informal Reception at the Hotel Chautauqua.





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THURSDAY--March az.
10.00 Biblical Hour, conducted by Rev. Wirt Lowther.
11.00 School of Elocution, conducted by Bessie M. Bubl.
3.00 Orchetrstrl Concert: Carrico's Orchestra, of Chicago,
assisted by Bessie M. Buhl, Reader, and Rita B. Rich,
contralto.
4.00 Children's Hour at the Wigwam, conducted by Grace
M4. Lamkin.
8.00 Lecture: "People I Have Met," "Bunshine Hawke."
FRIDAY--March za.
10.00 Biblical Hour, conducted by Rev. Wirt Lowther.
3.00 "Negro Sketches and Other Interpretations," Louis
Spencer Daniels.
4.00 Children's Hour at the Indian Camp, conducted by
Grace M. Lamkin.
8.00 Lecture: "Happiness," "Sunshhie Hawks."

SATURDAY--March 23.
VETERANS' DAY.
10.00 Biblical Hour, conducted by Dr. James Albert Pat-
terson.
11.00 Veterans' Rally, under the command of Brigadier
General Samuel Pasco.
2.30 Orchestral Concert: Carrico's Orchestra, of Chicago.
3.00 Lecture: "Sunshine and Shadows," A. W. Hawks.
7.00 Grand Concert: Besale M. Buhi, Humorous Reader:
LouIs Spencer Daniels, Impersonator; A. B. Rische,
'Cellist; Rita B. Rich, Contralto, and Carrico's Or-
chestra, of Chicago.

SUNDAY--March 24*
9.30 Sunday School in the various Churches.
11.00 Bermon: Rev. Wirt Lowther.
5.00 Chantaugua Sabbath Vesper Service in Alpine Park.
7.00 Song Service in the Amphitheatre.

MONDAY-March a5.
10.00 Biblical Hour, conducted by Rev. W~irt Lowther.
11.00 School of Physical Training, conducted by Hazel A~.
Stillman.
3.00 Concert: Flora Mac Donald, Soprano; Hazel A.
Stillman, Reader; Miss Mary Campbell, Planist;
Mrs. ALlice Carrico, Violitist; A. B. Rische, 'Cellist.
4.00 Children's Hour at the Indian Camp, conducted by
Grace M. Lamkin.
8.00 Lpeture: "Open Your Eyes," Wirt lawther.

TUESDAY~-'-arch sS.
10.00 Biblical Hour, conducted by Rev. Wirt Lowther.
11.00 School of Physical Training, conducted by Hazel A.
stilman.
3.00 Grand Concert: Chautauqua String Quartet, Flora
Mac Donald, Sopratio~; Hazel A. Stillman, Reader.
4.00 Children's Hour at the Indian Camp, condneted by
Grace M. Lamkin.
8.00 Grand Concert: -"Echoes from the Metropolitan
Opera House," Carrico's Orchestra, of Chicago.


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WEDNESDAY--March 27*
10.00 Biblical Hour,.conducted by Rev. Wirt Lowther.
11.00 Behool of Physical Training, conducted by Hazel A.
Stillman.
2.00 Camera Club: Exeursion to Alpine Park.
4.00 Children's Hour at the Indian Camp, conducted by
Grace M. Lamkin.
8.15 Informal Reception at the Hotel Chautauqua*
THURSDAY--March 28.
10.00 Biblical Hour, condneted by Rev. Wirt Lowther.
11.00 School of Physical Training, conducted by Hazel A.
Stillman.
3.00 Orchestral Concert: Carr'ico's Orchestra.
4.00 Children's Hour at the Indian Camp, conducted by
Grace M. Lamkin.
8.00 Lecture: "The Fourfold Secret of a Great Life,"
Wirt Lowther*
FRIDAY--March 2g.
10.00 Biblical Hour, conducted by Rev. Wirt Lowther.
11.00 School of Physical Training, conducted by Hazel A.
Stillman.
3.00 Lecture: "The Man without a Soul," by "Cyclone.,
Southers.
8.00 Grand Spectacular Entertainment, given by the Indian
Tribe, presented by Grace M. Lamkin, and ending with
a Camp Fire and War Dance by the braves.
SATURDAY-March 30.
10.00 Biblical Hour, conducted by Rev. Wirt Lowther.
11.00 Grand Concert: Flora Mac Donald, The Scottish So-
prano, in Highland costume; Hazel A. Stillman, Hu-
morous Reader; Mrs. Alice Carrico, Violinist; Louis
Spencer Daniels, Impersonator; J. A. Hawkins, Cor-
netist; Geo. A. Meyers, Clarionet Soloist; Chautan-
qua String Quartet.
2.30 Orchestral Concert: Carrico's Concert Orchestra, of
Chicago.
3.00 Lecture: "It I Were the Devil," by "Cyclone" South-
ers.
7.00 Dramatic Entertainment by' Louis spencer Daniels.
Soprano Solos in costume by Flora Mac Donald, clos-
ing with Moving Pictures.
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DIRECTORS.
WALLACE BRUCE, President. W. T. MAY, Vice-President.
N. CLOVER, Secretary. JAS. A. ,McLEAN, Treas.
KENNETH BRUCE, Superintendent.
W. C. .EDDYs J. J. FITzGERALD,
Mns. WALI.Acl Bauca, Mas. W. J. KRsanBI,
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cHAUTAUQUA. 37


W. H. MILTON, President. M. M. MORRISON, Vice-President.
G. B. CAMPBELL, Cashier.
DIRECTORS.
W. H. Milton. Daniel Campbell. W. H. Knowles.
G. B. Ca bell. E. P. Rose. E. W. Thorp.
H. L. Co iaon. M. M. Morrison. M. R. Burton.
W.J. Dani .; S. K. Gillis. J. E. McLeod.
J. J. McCaskill.
CAPITAL, $35,000.

The First National Bank

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COMMENCED BUSINESS
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balance and responsibility warrants.


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Our prices are as low and sometimes lower than the largest
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JNO. PFEIFFER, Assistant Cashier.
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PENSACOLA, FLA.
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Capital Stock, $200,000.
DIRECTORS.
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Frank Reilly,
W. S. Rosasco,
T. F. Mc~ourin,
F. E. Brawner,
C. W. Lamar,
J. R. Saunders,
C. M. Covington.


Surplus, $50,000.


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The Indian called De Funiak "the Open Lake,"
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LOWEST PRICES. FREE AND PROMPT DELIVERY
PRESCOTT BROTHERS, Proprietors.
De Funiak Springs, Fla. Phone 78


ADAMS & McCALLUM
(Successors terJ. B. Cawthon) '"

LIYERY, PEED AND SALES STABLES
Good Teams on call at Reasonable Prices.


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Beach, Rogers &


Co.


D R C. E._ T HO MPSO N


M. D., C. M. Trinity University. Toronto. Canada
F. T M. S. Trinity Medical School, Toronto, Canada.
L. K. Q C. P. Dublin, Ireland
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Otlice: Rooms 4 and 5, Flournoy Block.

casdquarou r n oall knds o0P
PIRST-CLASS TONSORIAL WORK
HOT AND COLD BATHs
MATTHEWS & GEORGE, Proprietors.

WOODINGTON & CO-*
DEALERS IN
UNDERTAKING AND FUNERAL SUPPLIES.
EMBALMING DONE.
H. E. WICKERSHAM, MRalager.
DE FUNIAK SPRINGS, FLA.

For CITY TRANSFER
and LIVER Y STABLE
Call on J. C. DRAKE & BRO.


Phone 93


DR. C. A. LANDRUM, DRUG STORE~
Dealer in DRUGS, MEDICINES,
FANCY GOODS,


LANDRUM & COCHRAN'S
NEW BRICK BLOCK.


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PENSACOLA, . .


FLORIDA




























KODAKS, PHOTO SUPPLIES, PICTURES,
FRAMES, SOUVENIRS, POST CARDS,
NOVELTIES, Etc.
A fine souvenir book containing 20 pages of Photo Views of De Funiak
Springs and vicinity will be sent to any one, postpaid, for 5o cents.


The Dow~n-to-Da~te "

Haberdashery
Our line of

CLOTHING, HATS and SHOES
is complete -
FLOURNOY &~ AY1VARD,
Proprietors.


EiA, gy; fagethd fgyundry

''OF PENSACOLA, FLA.

Is represented at De Funiak Springs, Fla.,
by J. W. WILSON & SON at the City
Barber Shop.

ALL WO RK GUARANTEED

Basket Goes Wednesday and Returns Saturdaft


cHAUTngAUQA 46

S. K. GILLIS,
Attorney at Law and Solicitor in Chancery.
Personal and prompt attention given to
all matters intrusted to his care.
DE FUNIAK SPRINGS, FLA.


WNI LLI AM D RE\ YER
A RC HITE CT
DE FUNIAK SPRINGS, FLORIDA.

DRESSMAKING

MISS JENNIE FAIRCLOTH
One Door North of the
Herald Office.
Satisfaction Guaranteed.

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

J. N. McLEAN. M. D.
Office and Residence, BALDWIN AVENUE.
Office Hours : 8 to I o A. M I to 4 P. M*
DE FUNIAK SPRINGS, FLORIDA.

DANIEL CAMKPBELL & SON,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
Agents for the Sale of FARMING AND TIMBER LANDS.
DE FUNIAK SPRINGS, FLORIDA.
Branch Office, Milton, Florida.

L. F. COCHRAN,
WATCHMAKER.AND JEWELER.
LOWEST PRICES.
WORK GUARANTEED.
DE FUNIAK SPRINGS, FLA. New Brick Block.

THE BEST ADYERTISING HIEDIUKI.
THE DE F~UNIAK HERALD.
SUBSCRIPTION St.00 PER TEARB.
The oldest paper in Walton County, one of the best agricultural
and horticultural sections of the land of flowers. Official organ
of Walton County.
ADYERTISING RALTES LOW.
Sample copies sent on application.


44


THE FLORIDA


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ARTISTIC PORTRAITS BY PHOTOGRAPHY
We have on sale a Full Stock of


REMEMBER THE

City Baurber Shop .
IN THE BRICK BLOCK
A newly fitted up 4-chair shop where you can
always get First-Class Hair Cuts and Shaves by
up-to-date Barbers. Also get your Laundry
attended to promptly. .
REMEMBER THE PLACE

J. W. Wilson & Son


Hope Cawthon

Photo Studio




to THE FLORIDA


Brick Office on Seventh Street,
DE FUNIAK SPRINGS, FLORIDA.

HrOUSE PAINTING
Done Promptly and Reasonably by
A. D. CASS
Who also Raises and Sells Orpington Chickens
and Sells Eggs for Hatching.
W. A. PRESCOTT,
DEALER IN
FRUIT, VEGETABLES,
FISH and O YSTERS,
First Door North of Post Office.


i ExCUTSIOI TICKetS
AND

TOUnist Rates
ARE SOLD OVER ALL ROADS WITH
STOPOVER PRIVILEGES GOING AND
COMING FROM ALL POINTS IN .. .

NORTH,' WEST, SOUTH AND
E AST.

Round Trip Tickets on Sa~le.
FrOm New York City, $50.50
" "53.50 (Via Jacksonville)
Chicago, ..35.50
Cincinnati, ... 30.55
Louisville, .28.75
and other points.
jfor full i'nforma~tion address Jk~onnotA
.$ruoo, Superintendent jblorida C~aulauqua,
c e~j..,a SptrrJ, jrt.,,a..

A. IM. AVERY
Importer and Jobber of

Hr~dWare, 1011, NailS

1--XeS, Spades, Shovels
SAW-MILL AND STEAMBOAT SUPPLIES.
Cooking and Heating Stoves, Paints, Oils and
Window Glass. Agate and Tinware and
General Housefurnishing Goods.
MASONIC TEMPLE,
Cor. Palafox and Garden Sts.
PENSACOLA, FLA.


CHAUTAUQUA. 47


L. F'. CAWNTHON
DEINTI ST
Office, North Room, Photo Building


Stop
AT THE


Stop


Hotel C~autraurqua
WHEN .VISITING

De Fantak Spr~ings, Fla.

It has the reputation of giving more for the
money than any hotel in the South. Everything
is first-class and up-to-date. ILarge verandas,
sunny rooms, fine outlook, spacious parlors, halls
and dining-rooms. Excellent cuisine, orchestra
and boating. Near the Chautauqua Amphi-
theatre. Alpine Spring water used on table.

RZates per day $2.00 and up.
Rates per wueek $10.00 and up.





48 THE F~ILORIDA CHAIUTAUU~QU.

THE BRYANT UNION
PUBLISHING :CO.
8I1Pulton Street, Newu York City

Publishers of Artistic Souvenir Postal Cards.

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F-~o 9//ry Powell Saide.

Souvenir Post Cards of the Hudson
River, Catskill Mountains, Cities
and Historic Scenes.


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OnlyI Direct All W~ater Route
FROM
NEWV YORK
AND
BOSTO N
TO
Charleston, S. C., and Jacksonville
FLORIDA
Fast Modern Steamships and Superior Service. Four Sailings
Weekly from New York, affording Rail Connections
to all Southern Resorts.
THEO. G. BGER, V P. and G. M.
General Offices: Pier 36, North River.
Branch: 290 Broadway, New York.

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