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Tiiiu1 Ins ha passed pa vll the milepost ntile post of ofanotftr o oanother oflnot
another flnot ChristtiMs and gone joyriding joyridinjalong joyridingdon tlitl tlitlulollc
along don for III the next The ih Auto uto of il Tinu Tinuwill Thillwill Iknicwill
will cut oft the niontlilv mileposts ntil pnsts very veryyukcldy vcr vcrquickly lIY lIY1IIilldy
quickly and soon m another festive scusoi sccisonwill scusoiwill laSotlwill
will he upon us usDcLund u uDLallcl UsILand
DcLund enters upon a New l Ycai Ycaiwith Ylalwith I Iwith
with the best prospects the town haH haiever haHcel hitscycr
ever had May Mtn IU the yea year lal i 1010 II t t I 0 bring tc tceach to toadl toeach
each adl and allclall all of ofthl the i readers llI ilcrs < llI of o Tim l1I1 XiiWi XiiWiunliounded BW BWunhollncbl etvs etvsunbotlndc1
unliounded prosperity happiness happ llls ant antcontentment und undcOlltln andcon
contentment contentmentThe cOlltln con tentnunt tentnuntlime t IIIl Ill IllTlw
The State Railroad Commission lnllllni ion 1 has hasordered hsordlIlcl t tordcrcd
ordered the railroads entering llltlrill cntcrkng1iti Tampa Tampathree rt rtthrcu
three in number nllmlHrtolIllt toeivet a ac0tntnolllOUsunion commodious commodiousunion coll11110C iOIl iOIlunioll
union depot tpol the plans for same sa nil to he hesnhmitted hlHllllllithci brsubnnttcd
snhmitted to the Commission not latter latterthan laUllthan latterthorn
than March lallI i At pivsciit the railroads railroadsmaintain milluaclsmaintain raihua1sn111intain
maintain three separate depots none noneof noneo honeof
of o which is large enough to accommo accommodate aClolllmodate acconnnodate ¬
date a town the SIC sixc i c of o Tampa TampaHon Iampnikon11ifi8m
ikon11ifi8m Hon William A A1310110t Blountof Bloullt o of Icnsacola Icnsacolahas Ici llnslcolaIms iCO18 iCO18has
has withdrawn with < lrlmn from from the Senatorial Senatorialrace Slnatol al alrHCC
race lie Ii gives gin several reasons hut butthe hutthe hiltthe
the principal reason is of course COli rSl that thatlie thatIII thath
lie III h thought t the chances of o winning werenot were werenot Wtllnot
not worth wort h the I Ill effort lI Olt ueccssirv necessary nll II to make makethe ma makethe kl klthe
the fight Mr Ir t r Blmtnt and Ouiiean U UFletcher UFlctclllr UFletcher
Fletcher arc considered COn tllrlll the two mustIeurncd most mostlearned mostIlurnld
learned lawyers lrttt ors in Florida Flol cla But for formany formany 01 01tnam
many tnam yearsMr yeansJlr lar J 1 Hlount has given gil n his hisbestefforts hislJeHt hisbest
bestefforts best efforts ef OltH to his clients the Louisville Louisvilleand LOlliHilllnntl Lottiscihleani
and Nashville ash ille Railroad I ailroa < l Company < Olllpll1 which whichis
is the only olll railroad in the State St tL that thathas thatltaH thathas
has sheet successfully lIlceisfllll ssfttlly defied the State Nail Kailroad IailToul Nailrom1
road Commission and maintained maintainedt maintainedpassenger a atlaSslngtl apassenger
passenger rate mt of o four 0111 cents a mile mil on its itstrunk it ittrllnk itstrunl t
trunk line Ii Ill This connection with the therailroad therailload therailroad
railroad must ht have c been tc found f n n13lount t r by In Mr MrHlount 1 h hBloullt i
Hlount a great incumhrance in hisinnlable his hislaudable hisJalldahlL
laudable ambition to be one On of FloridasUnited Floridas FloridasUnited Flol la laUllitecl
United States St ltes Senators While Tim IiirNntvs TimNiws Illi IlliNH
Niws NH believes that Mr It Hlounl was big bigenough hignough bigenough
enough and broad hloa < enough to forget his hisrailway ltiHrailwa hisrailwuvconnection
railway railwa railwuvconnection connection conllld ion had he benclected benclectedit been elected electedit elldllit
it is perhaps just as well l1I tinder the thocircunistanct5 thecircumstances thecircumstallcl
circumstances circumstallcl that he has withdrawn withdrawnThe witildrawnrhe tvitiulratvnThe
The office ol icl of United States Senator is isthe isthe isthe
the highest within tit the gift of a people of ofa o otI oflwcliOlhuStfotr
a State and when the oiliee oll ll is held hdll by a aman aman
lwcliOlhuStfotr yd me sort dslllrnrl
man who has for 01 years ellt s served a corpora corporation loIHra loIHration arn ¬
tion that has lH1 delved Icd in politics and andhas anclhaH andhas
has tried tril < I to control the politics l itkcs of aState a aState aStatc
State the acts of such Senator are aremore at atmore mrntmc
more subject uhkct to tr criticism critil sm than the theacts tillact timeacts
acts act of a man who has ha not served a apoliticalcontrolling apoliticlllcontrollin apohitical
pohitical politicalcontrolling controlling corporation corporal ion The Theexperience 1hlCXPlIilIICe limeexperience
experience of Mr It Blown BJollt1toIW one of o the thebrightest thehrightlst thebrightest
brightest minds IJ1 llds in Florida FllJliclashoulcl should be a alesson IIIlHSJII alesson
lesson to the young lawyer IIIWl1 starting startingout taltillgout
out in il practice It Itshoult should warn wa tI him himthat himthat hintthat
that if he ever expects to ask thepeople the thepeople thlJlcopk
people of his State for a high and anddignified anddignifbl endclignkfic1
dignified otliee he should not ally al1 illy him himself himrel hinrself ¬
self rel to any n 11 firm person or corporation corporationthat cOIlIira t ion ionthat
that tries tl ls or has tried tl tc to control thepolitics the thepolitics thlJlolities
politics of the State Stitt It does not notmatter nlllmattet nnlmatter
matter how pure a man may ma he inhimself in inhimself inhirn
himself hirn llf in thought or 01 act adhl he will be bejudged bejudgcd hejlllgcII
judged by h the company COI1llIlI1 he keeps to acertain a acertain accrtlin
certain extent lXtllIl M Mr II r Hlount I is a great greatlawyer gll It Itlatvverhe t thas
lawyer latvverhe he has an unusually unlsltall bright brightlegal hlHltlegil brightlegal
legal mind mimlhut but if he has a ilCsi desire toserve to toserve tlllene
serve the people l of o the State in aposition a aposition aposition
position as high as Governor or United UnitedStates Unitl1States UnitedStates
States Senator he should resign his ltisconnection hisconnection hi hiOn
connection On nlctOI with wi t h any big eurorationi corporation corporationthat cOIporal ion ionthat
i that has ever tried t ild to corruptly control controlpolitics lolltlolJlolit controlpoliticscurd
politics Jlolit politicscurd lsancl and then after a tlI a few lV yearsprobation years yearsprobation 111 111prohation
probation the people may 1111 tott be glad gl ld to togive togive togive
give give the brilliant mind mindu a place where it itcan itcan itcan
can he of o service to the State and the thenation thenat thenation
nation nat ion
Oak Hill II iIt Dee 20 Mr r White in instill i itill isMill
still till unable to do much of anvtliing 1I11thin 1I11thinA
A Q Goodrich has got Rufus Brooke Brooketo
to work on his house hou l so he is going onwith on onwith onwith
with it onee more moreKev morcRl moreRev
Rev Rl Mr II Reynolds is inquiring fora foragood for II IIgoocl agood
good cheap horse to take him over hispastorates his hispastorates hisPllstoratcs
pastorates There Tlw are some hopes that thatwe thatwe thatne
we will get a parsonage built at OakBull Oak OakI OllkIIill
I Bull Mil Mr Ir Cirillis thought thOlII ht they could fur furnish furi ur urnish ¬
nish shingles enough to shingle it atthe at atthe atthe
the shingle mill Who ho will give some somework somework i iwOlk
work and lumber towards it itOur IIOur itOur
Our school which is a large one 01 is isout isout isout
out for two weeks wcel for Christmas ChristmasPrayer ChristinasPrayer ChristntasPrayer
Prayer services set ccs at the Oak Hill Hillchurch Imlchurlh Millchurch
church bv 1 > Mr Ir iI Reynolds Thusdavs llmscl1sp
7 P M I Sunday school i P Mthere M MThere 1 1lJ1lre
There was mike a lot of ofbrHI bnox booze o shippedinto shipped shippedinto shipPltlinto
into Oak Hill on Christmas have not notheard nothcarll notheard
heard of much trouble trou le thanks for good goodofficers goollomccr goodoliicers
officers of the law lawWe lawWe lawWe
We have bad some cold weathcrhere weathcrhereand
and some hard frosts frostsEvery fro frostsEvery ts tsEvery
Every fourth Sunday preaching by
Rev Mr 11 Stones at 3 and 7 P M Mt MA MA 1 1A
A J White has 3500 cabbages look looking ¬
ing t well and will have ha e several crates of oflettuce ofcttuce oflettuce
lettuce some ready now and some
later He is offering nice head lettuce lettuceat
at Sioo per hamper He has sent in inluitean inquite inquite
quite luitean an order for fruit and nut treesthat treesthat trees trleHthat
that he is going to set out he is going
to set out a riuantitu c uantit of persimmons of ofhis ofhis I
his own budding hlldc budding ing best varietiesMr varieties
Mr and Mrs Irs Reynolds received some somenice J Jnice Inice
nice nice presents and a large basket of fruit fruitwhich I Iwhich I
which they were more than pleased with
Continued From First I irst Page Pagethe Pngethe PagetJie
the auditorium was now at the disposal disposuof
of o the meeting There was a genera generalaugh general generallau generallaugh
laugh lau h but the session ssion refused to move moveilgallt movagain mOeIIga1l1 <
again againPrincipal
Principal Homer U Wakelield reac reacan read renllIn
an interesting paper on The Minimun MinimunApapratus lin lininttunApapratus mllm mllmApaptatu
Apapratus for 01 the teaching of o Sciences Sciencesand HcicnlSalcl S cketu cketuOcs Ocs Ocsand
and the Means Ilan of o Acquiring it Om Omthing Onet ne nething
thing t which he brought out was wa that i iis it itis itis
is not necessary tllctssan to tobrought have Wl an cxtciisiv cxten5iyemppiunttis cxtciisivapparatus lxtcns e eII <
apparatus II PI > lIIat liS in the high hi h school laboratory laboratorybut Ilihomtor Ilihomtorbllt
but it lessens IcS ltlS the labor of the instructor instructorlie illstuclorIll
lie stated sUttt d thai an apparatus improvise improviseby improvisedby
by a thoughtful though tful and capable teacher teacherfrom tlachlIrom teacherfrom
from mitcrhl to be b found in any 111 contV com community COlliIIIl1nit ¬
munity IIIl1nit is often more effectual than tJil1 one ompurchased onepudl onepnreht5ctl
purchased pudl lsld at much expense but it re reI reIuirctl IlI
I quired qu ld much extra work wOlkon on the th pc part rt ol olthe 0 0I of oftin
the teacher tI lIthlI He f le touched tnunc l a responsive responsivechord respansiyechord
I chord from from many mall present when hestated he hestated Illstattllthllt
stated stattllthllt that lack of sympathy and appre appreciation IIP n > Il Ildation e eciiItion ¬
ciation on the purl of I school lhoolllllard board Sr111 Sr111Cripple lrnl lrnlcrippled 1111ippllc
crippled ippllc much otherwise excellent work workand tvurland wollIItHI
and advised ulvisllltlll the teachers to get behind behindthe tJChinctthe behindthe
the school hoards till they the are com eonnPolled compelled COllilll1el ¬
Polled lll1el to employ mplo good worktneti and andthen IIlIclthllI andthen
then give gi i e them good tools to work with withMiss witholis vitliMiss
Miss lis llittii Carpenter II > lItlI principal plinl lal of olMiami ofiliamni
Miami 1 lll1i High School led the tit disussion disussionof 11i > 1usioll 1usiollof
of the tl subject Ela Klaslicity ticits in the highSchool High HighSchool JlhhSchool
School to Meet Local Nccds c1s 115 Misii MisiiCarpenter Ilkstiupcnter 1is 1istalllIl1I
Carpenter talllIl1I talked t llklllIs as one 1111 n who ho hIS some something SOIlICt ¬
thing t hill to say sa and knows how to siy SI SIt itIler it itHer itIlcl
Her paperbristled p 1111 tpI bl bristicd Ktkcl with it Ii good points pointsexcellently p paintsexceilentl llts lltslcl1klItl
excellently lcl1klItl stated state and was interrupted interruptedby
by b hearty Jllart applause all through the thereading thltladill therending
reading tladill of i it Local needs IIllI depend dependlargely illPlIlIl1IIgllv Iepcndlargely
largely on fiirmcial and anI I climatic dimat ic con conditions eOIlditiolis ¬
ditions Em Elostidt elasticity ticit in the coime cnnr cnnrstudy conof of ofstudy ofHtudy
study might lie gained g Iinell by > the introduc introduction illtlJlhlltioll iutrnduction ¬
tion of o practical agriculture ugl lultilll mechanical cmechanicalcurd mechanicaland
and domestic science as the t hI needs mlIK of ofthe ofthl ofthe
the particular section 1111on tiny m tttI lr suggest Ifthe If Ifthe Iftill
the curriculum lIII IuI1l1l1 is adhered to then elas elasticity elastidt elasticity ¬
ticity tidt may 1111 be gained ga lwcl in the tl1 introduction introductionof
of frills and furbelows fllJdOslitlIat furl elotvsh literary sonics sonicsties socie societies Hol l ltils ¬
ties debating t baling clubs etc etcPrincipal dePl ete1rincipel
Principal Pl nlip1I J I II Workman followed followedthis fulhowcdthis ollowellthiK
this with a brief hiic paper paplI on ill the same sub subject sllhjlCt subject ¬
ject but confining lonfili lIg tit the tl1l elasticity more to tothe tothe totl1e
the course of study tuc1 advocating an anelective 1111llc illselet1Ve
elective llc l course lOIl 11 with V1 ti the elective au authority alltholit attthrnity ¬
thority tholit vested in the principal principalAfter pl imincipilAfter lIl Jml Jmlt
After t I a brief discussion lislH sign ion of o some of the thequestions tllCIIlKt theItlestt115
questions CIIlKt iOlls treated trla lcI in In the tll various various papers papersthe IIIPlIthl 111115the
the meeting adjourned adjournedAFTERNOON II11joU1I1l11AFTERNOON u + ljnurnedAFTERNOON
The report of tlt the Committee on Reso Resoutions Hc Resoluliun5 o oIlItiollS
utions Asa H Clark lark chairman was the theirsl tl1lfirst thefirst
first item of f business A resolution rlsollt iOIl was wascad wa wan1I1 wasread
cad inviting the School Improvement ImprovementSociety IniPrnvcntntSrcicty
SOl Society lt to work olk in unison III1 J1 with this thisissociation thi thiaH thismS5Othitiolt
issociation aH mS5OthitioltThe issociationThe olili tion tionThe
The recond resolution expressed xpressi l till tnehanks tillt taethanks
hanks t and appreciation lJlprlciat iOIl of the t hl asso association aHSociat assoelatiun ¬
ciation ciat ion for those t who had taken part in iiithe inhe illt
t the he prcgrantlhe program programThe lrllglamThl
The third thirdxpresstl expressed the appreciation appreciationf applel at ion iono
o f the convention comllIt ion for the courtesies ex exended extlIHkd
ended them t by 1 the eittetis it illtlS of o UeLand UeLandmd IJtlalldalld 1 1yut 1
md other people ru letlttnd1crr and corporations corporationsAt urait n5
At It the request re latest of the th local W C T l U Ui Ua Ua
a i resolution was adopted pledging pILll inj the thesupport tillsupport thesupport
support of o the convention for State Statevide Statewiele Statewide
vide prohibition plohibit ion Several men vigor vigorusly vigorOusiy iJol iJoloUKIohkltl1
usly oUKIohkltl1 > objected of vet ti on 01 the ground tint it tuns tunsbringing as asringing
ringing hljn ing politics too much into ill to the con contention COlilItioll convent ¬
vent tention lItioll ion Dr Hulley IIulIl in a few lW foicefu foicefulwordsxpressed foicefuvords fOlll ut utwOItlS
vords wordsxpressed expressed the t1t sentiments of f the thenajority thllIIaioril tii c cmujority
najority lIIaioril of the convention in statingthat stating statinghat stltingthit
hat thit it would be a shame sh lIl if so large lar l a acpresenlutive allpnSllItat atrepresctttativ
llpnSllItat cpresenlutive l body bOlt of o teachers of o Ilor Ilorda l Flolilia lor loritem
da should fail to sitpl support rt a great Ilat move movencnt mollIIent movement
ncnt like the temperance reform and andhe ntHItlw andthe
the he resolutions were heartily adopted adoptedThe ndoptetlThl adoptedlime
The election dlC ion of o olliccrs was proceeeled priccedclwith proceeeledwith IIIocletlellwith
with resulting as follows followsPresident folloslrcsilntDr followsPresident1r
President lrcsilntDr Dr Lincoln Huljey lIulll lIullliceIIlKidlIt
VicePresidentMrs VicePresident Mrs II Hamilton of ofSturke o oStark ofStarke
Stark StarkSllrllal StarkeScretaylr SturkeSecretary
Scretaylr Secretary Sllrllal Mr I 1 Diamond of Orlando OrlandoTreasurer OrlllllcloTrla rlandnTreasurerIr
Treasurer Trla TreasurerIr Dr Russell RussellThree RussellTlml RussellThree
Three members of the tli Executive Executiveommittce gXleut IixecutiveCommnittee in inCOlllttlittCl
ommittce were elected elect 1 as follows followsProf followsIrof followsProf
Prof Me k Death of West st FloridaSupcrintcndttt Florida FloridaSuperintendent Fot tla tlaSlIplrilltnchnt
Superintendent lames Q O Pjilmer Pjilmerf
of > f Xorth oltll Florid FloridiProf Fllll lh lhIrof t tProf
Prof Ilult HulTikr lk r of South Floridi FloridiDr I FlorkdI1r lorichDr
Dr Conradi nradk proposed prJpo 11 that instead in tlld of ofpublishing ofpublishing ofpublishing
publishing a separate volume of min minitcs mainttts millukS
itcs that vS Sgo 40 o Ill paid to the editor of ofhe oftlll ofthe
tlll he Florida School Exponent for the theanuary tIllJanuary theIanttarv
January anuary number II I III 11 t 1 and the proceeding Pruecelittg5ilthe prnlllrlinrof
of ilthe f the Convention be officially published publishedin ttblisht1 ttblisht1kit
in that which was is adopted I
Two Tv pliers contested for III the tl honor of ofentertaining ofentlrtlnin ofentertaining
entertaining entlrtlnin th the Convention COtllIi iOIl in igio igioPensacola I lutoIensaccla C 10 10Ilnsacola
Pensacola and DeFuniak De Funiak Springs p1in Pen Pensacola 1llIsllcnla lenSiCOka
sacola won so the Convention Oil Wilt ion of inio iniowill IJ 1910 1910will I 0 0will
will be held in that City CitySecond CitySecond its itsSecond
Second Lecture By President Bryan BryanPresident BrynnIrl Bryanlresi1ent
President Irl id nt Brvans subject at his 4oclock 4 4oclock 4odulk
oclock lecture Thursday jlmrsda afternoon wasi1ork was wasWork WIISiolk
Work and Play Ila in Edueation He Hestated Illstatld Ilestated
stated that children chilc lell are full of energybutt energy energybut et1lghut
but do not like to work The chief chiefbusiness chil chilbusilllS chiclusiness
business e lIf > f schools then is i to teach teachchildren ttad1children teachchilit
children chilit en how to work Later he gave gavethe gaethl gaythe
the definition of n tramp sis Ion a man who witocarris whocarries whocalrip
carries over into adult years wars the habit of ofquitting ofquittin ofquitting
quitting when he 1 pleases CH This great greatprinciple greatprinciPle
principle he emphasized lmlhasi ecl was a that thatthere t tlintthere hnt
there is is no way a to become civilized civilisedexcept c civilizedexcept iliJlll iliJlll11
except by 11 doing civilized d dli ld work 011 in a aivilied advilizul aiciitzcd
< ivilied Vay wa way Strongly he advisedt advised advisedyiitnig hljs d dIUIlg
yiitnig t nag men to keep out out of o positions positionswhich Jlositionhkl positionsvhkli
which hkl pay pa well and require little work workWork workork work11ork
Work ork is essential es cntial to the development of ofpower ofpowcr ofpower
power The only on way to get common conmtonsense commonsense commonsenSl
sense is to work rind we get uncommon uncommonsense ttitcOtnntonsense 1conllll111enSl
sense enSl the same way way wa lie urged teach teachers teachcrs teachers ¬
ers to train pupils into the habit ha it of suc succeeding SCceeding succeeding ¬
ceeding We e are led around in this thisworld thisortd thistvorid
world ortd by h our successes Go slow ifnce1 if ifneed i ineed
need bebut le but in everything he thorough thoroughWhat thoroughWlmt thorough11hat
What difference lil ercncc docs it make how far farwe farwe farwe
we get in pages if we get nowhere in inpower inpowed inpower
power powed In ltt n discussing play pia he said saidit Hai HaiIt
it is better to learn a few things tliin s thor thoroughly thorou thoroughly ¬
oughly ou hl and then group about them a aworldof aworld aworld
worldof world of interests intelcstsfacinitting facinating literature literaturefairy literaturefdr literaturefairy
fairy fdr lore etc et that will play about aboutthem nboutthein aboutthem
them strengthening and enriching them themToward thlm1onlll themlbwar1
Toward the last this thi Strive to unite unitethe unitcthe tutktethe
the high values of work and the no lesshigh less lesshigh leHshigh
high values of play 118 118Mttch >
Much Iuch excellent advice was given g en to toteachers toteachers toteachers
teachers and that it was appreciated appreciatedwas
was attested by the applause much of
the lecture received rccc cl1 during its delivery deliveryand deliveryal1l1
and the hearty clapping at its close closeRECEPTION cloHeRECEPTION closeRECEPTION
At S oclock last ni night ltt great rcat crowds crowds of ofpeople ofPlolle ofuule
people uule began pouring into Chaudoin ChaudoinHall ChaudoinHal lltattdoinhull
Hall where the people of DeLand ten tendered tenelltld tcndere1 ¬
dered a reception to the members and andfriends andCriencls 8111friends
friends of the Convention ConventionIn Con onyctttkonIn ventlnn ventlnnIn
In the receiving rlce ing line were Prof ProfSuhrie ProSuhlle ProfSuhrie
Suhrie Mr It S IL B Wright Mrs IrH Wide Wideman Wideman 11idem1n
man Supt Botts Mrs Ir I A Stewart StewartMr StewartMr tewart tewartIr
Mr Ir W V A Allen and Mrs It Peek PeekAround PeekAIoulHI PeekAround
Around the piano near the entrance entranceto cntrancto
to the back parlor BushncHs orchestra orcheslradispensed orchestradispenslll orchestradispefSe
dispensed + l pleasing music musicThe tlIusicThl musicThe
The dining room which was beau beautifully heautiull heatitifully ¬
tifully tiull decorated with bunting and an Imn1 I flags flagsin
in the colors used USlc elsewhere lI in Itt townwhile town townwhile townwhile
while the central pillars were twined twinedwith tw twittedwith 1ld 1ldwith
with green glCt n and white crepe paper and andthe anclthe 11111the
the snowv now tallies were decorated with withsoft withsot withsoft
soft fnmded green ferns and other pot potted pottlc pntte1 ¬
ted tlc plants the t hl whole presenting l a Beau Beautiful Illautitul leattiful ¬
tiful appearance a Serving en iag at the num numerous numtlOUS aunterous ¬
erous table Were lll the following ladies of ofthe o otlw oftime
the town Mesditnes Love Dreka DrekaCarson DIekaalson Irekaursun
Carson alson Hnrktiess I I Farriss lowe Bigc Bigclow Bigelow 13igeTote
low Beatty Ikat t Hulley 1IIIIl Allui 1 n Jonhn JonhnMiller lnrdattlihhcr JOllhnliltcI
Miller liltcI Davis l > a Misses lli lhLs + es ICthcl Ilamlin llantlin1bnguerite IlamlinMarguerite flamlilllaIWlelitl
Marguerite Duvis and others othersThe nt othersThe 1lI 1lIJhl
The pretty prlt decorations handsome handsomegowns hancl hnttlsontcgowns lI1l lI1lgown
gowns bright faces acls and 1111 interesting con conversation conlrltion conversltion ¬
versation nvide the occasion one of ofunusual ofUII ofunusual
unusual UII uswl interest in jute rcst and attractiveness attractivenessASSOCIATION attractivenessASSOCIATION aU illt i veneSs veneSsm veneSsASSOCIATION
Guy GIl I Metcalf of West sl Palm Bench BenchOne BeadlOlll
One Olll of 0 the most prominent prom tllIt men in the theSfite tillStlll theSlat
Sfite brought t a big delegation dellgat iou from fromPalm frontPalm Iom Iomlalll1 I
Palm Heach comity coutitvV coutitvMr v
V 1jc 1jcII I Illr
Mr II and Mrs III I r Cierard U Muriel d were werehere Wlllhen tvreher
here from Iom Jacksonville Mrs lls Mtiriej lllriel is isan isan isal
an instructor iust rultuI in one of the Jacksonville Jacksonvilleschools J JacksunyilIeschools lIlksou illl illlslhools
schools and brought t Ulard 5erard along to toshake t tHIHllw toshuke
shake hands with his many mall DeLand DeLandfriends IhlandriIHls DeLnnIfrieauls
friends Mr I Muriel who is i editor ofthe of ofthe ofthe
the Florida Review e l progressive month monthly monthly ¬ I II
ly I inagaine magl inl has spent Spln his time con convassing concussing J Jassng
cussing assng for 0 subscribers subscriberslion sullsclibllJon subscribersh
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lion 110111 W N SheatH of Gainesville for formany formany 01 i ilIIn
many lIIn years State tatl Superintendent Su is isamong isall1lli1 isamong
among all1lli1 the prominent visitors present presentMr PIlslntIr presentJlr
Mr Ir Robert L I Love 11 Iovcll > 11 of Apopka lpupl t who tthoIVilS whowas whowa
was wa a student at It Stetson fifteen fHt n years yearsago YlIIago cal calag
ago ag is IS in III town again uil attending the theConvention thlon theon
Convention on Illtion Mr II Lovell is now teachkeg teach teaching haching ¬
ing at Waukeeiirdi th JelTerson county countyi countyMiss luunt luunttj countyHiss
> < tj i Ii IiIiss <
Miss Iiss Staff a t former Stetson student studentis stud nt nti litis
is i attending alllIIiI the convention coil untiun from 10111 Southhkrida South South1lorida
1lorida 1loridaMiss 1 lorillaliss
r > t I aMiss < <
Miss liss Florence Stevens of Miami who whograduated whograduatlll whograduated
graduated in the Xormal 0111111 Class lass of of 05 05Stetson 0 0Stltsoll oStetson
Stetson attended the Convention anti aJ1this antircn1ycd indcnewcii
cnewcii acquaintances this week weeks
H t l t tJ HI HIJ litJ
J J Howers JOWlI Campbell Law Ia o 07 now nowpracticing nowpritilil1g nuvncttlcing
practicing ncttlcing with tt itIi Cullioun l Campbell at atMariinna atlarhlltla 8tarimnnl
Mariinna with hi his sister Iistl Miss lis Jeannette Jeannetteampbell JlatllllUllIlIIplllI Jeannetteampheli I
ampbell teacher tt tlhlI at Laurel hill wa waunion1 was wasanlOIi
union1 among the nrmv IWIIY h visitor ilol here this hi week weekProf Wll tvcclh I
Prof A J J Far Fnrrah rah t for many mam years yearslean la1 I
lean t of o ff the It Stetson tt Law School and andlow I
no low o dean eami of o the e Liw School chi r1 at 11 Oaincs Oaincsillc + lint ait1lilll
yule illc with Mrs 11 Farrah and Miss i Alvirawere Alvira Alviravere AIiraWlre a
were renewing acquaintances IIlll ulli ntann in DeLand DeLandhis I 1e > e Ialcl Ialclthis 111111this
this his week They Thl were the guests of ofludge ofJlld ofJudge
Judge Jlld e Perkins and family familyThe famil famillit familiess
lit litTIll s s sThe
The decorations were very c n creditable creditableJhe credktableThe
The rain Mnndayniglit Monday Iollcla night rather dampened dtatpcncdthem dampenedhem hlllllI1lWthlm
hem and made 1I1 lCll them hang limply but buthey ituttltey
hey thl showed that an effort lvid h Cf been beennatle uClnmaill I itrade
trade to do honor honor to our visitors visitorsi visitorsJohn isitol isitolJohn
i < If IfJohn
John X t Dun DunJl bur and other members membersjfthe IIItmllllor nunihcrsof
or of jfthe the W 11 O J V threw open UJln the lodge lodgeoom lodgeroom
room and converted con II l1 1 it into a rest room roomaily 100mDail roomDaily I
Dail Daily aily and 1111 weekly wld papers PIl IlI magazines magazinesvriting ma magazinestvritfug a inH
vriting material etc were furnished furnishedH ulnishlclOUtlt
H th ii > K hCounty I ICounty
County OUtlt superintendents present at athe atthc ittthe
thc he ViiiVention Inntil n i W N ledger Mad 1181t 1 1on
i t on X H Cook 001 11k Eseambia 1 lamllia J L Liamoid I IDiamolltl LDiatwnd
iamoid Santa Rosi Dan Tlotman TlotmanWalton Trot man manAalton al al1thton
Walton Fulton of Holmes I C F K Allen AllentVakulla AllenakulIa
1 tVakulla akulIa H J Humrick lk Monticello MonticelloI I
I I A 1 Ollara t Live Lt Oak UakI ak I W 11 Hums Humsuke BUlnIalI 13urnsLak
IalI uke Pitt City ity J I C < Poppell Starke J 1 1lalmtr O Oaimer 1
aimer I11l I JI Iails0nvill aeksonville dIll L I K Tucker TuckerIalutka 1u ker kerPctlatli
Ialutka Uniisin lirinsnIA l3rins tn of Oeila J A 1 Jones Joneshunter lonctiSumter
hunter R 1 < I L Turner Inverness11 Inverness V R Rears K KSar RSears
Sears ears F Kissimmcc Ki imml D I IV V Sunnier Ft lit11vcn Ftdyers Ft1
dyers I C t Harris 11 a n s West t st Palm Pal in Heach HeachV BlllhW Beat 11
11 W V A Ifcndrv I Perry Plrr S Phillips Willis Willison lliUiston i1is i1iston
ton on 1F V M Migs Bi Greco ircen Cove Springs SpringsO t > ri1lg ri1lgA
A 1 O Botts Voll1 Volush it
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Dr 1 Hullcy Hulk in il thanking tltntl illg the Conven Convention unveil ¬
tion for t the hehonor honor conferred uuon 11011 him himin himin hkntkit
in choosing him president for 0 the t ll ensu ensuing lIISUin eesulagsera ¬
lagsera ing in year al snid in substance uh tnnee I am going goingto goil goilto
to be president prl ilknt of this Association tOserve to toserve 10ser
serve ser the t he best h t interests int ellt of f education lcll1ent ion in uithe inthe inthl
the State of Florida If there is a repre representative rlpnscntatiw represcntatiye ¬
sentative here from the Stite university universityI unilrsit unilrsitI
I wmt him to know that I will stand standready stamlreal
ready real to aid that institution intitul ion in any ntW way wayin wa waill tvayin
in my n1 power should she 11l need aid inforwarding in infonvarding ii1fJlWilclin
forwarding her educational power 1 Stet Stetson Stetsett tll tllsln ¬
son wishes wisll < s to clasp hands with every cvryeducational ll1 ll1lllucational everyedtuttional
educational instil in knstitut titl1t tit inn in Floridi 1 andwork and anilwOlk andwork
work with them t in bettering educational educationalconditions educationalconditions llucmionalconclitinns
conditions in the State StateWhen StlltlI1ln State11hett
When I1ln he sat down Prof Sheats arosetO arose aroseto aroeto
to a point of correction lO lie I fl said Sil r1 that thatDr thatDr thatlr
Dr Ilulley I hllk had mile a mistake mhtI l StetSun Stet Stetson Stltq1 ¬
son q1 couldnt clasp hiink with tt itIi the tll school schoolof sloo slooof
of Florida for the reason wlOn tint sixteen sixteenyears sixteenyears iXhllIycar
years ycar ago she clasped hands with them themand thlmnd themand
and nd had never let go since sinceJ
s Ii IiJ sJ
J Frank Adams of the Stetson Law LawClars Lu LuClms LawClass
Class of 09 visited itlcl friends in DeLand DeLandthis Ddnndthis DeLandthis
this week Mr II Adams clams has IHI hung out outhis outhis
his shingle shin le at Graceville and is working workingup
up a good practice there thereMiss thereIi thereMiss
Miss Ii s Clem Hamilton assistant h State Statesuperintendent Statcsuperintendent StatesuperintenIcnt
superintendent occupied her usual usualprominent usualprominent ttsunlprominent
prominent place on platform and an t on thefloor the thelloor thefloor
Mr Ir and Mrs 11 13 A Hammons ofBarbervillc of ofBarbcrvillc oCBnrbcTille
Barbcrvillc who arc returning from fromtheir fromthcir fromtheir
their wedding trip to points in South SouthFlorida SouthFloricla SouthFlorida
Florida arrived in DeLand in time for forthe folthe forthe
the closing days cla of the Convention ConventionMrs
Mrs I n Mammons as a Miss 1 is Della Ward Warddaughter Hearddnughtcr WardIlaughter
daughter of Mr II I n F Ward of Barber Barberville Barblrvilll I3arbryille
ville spent two years Cllr here a I tudent in inthe inthe inthe
the department of music 11I ic at the uni university unicrsity umversit ¬
versit versity and has many friends in town townMr townMr
Mr 11 liammons Ilnnunons is principal of the school schoolat
at Burbcrville
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