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Program of Events, July 3. 1914
10:00 A- M.-Eall Game at Fair Grounds
12:00 M.-Lunch ; '
1:00 P. M.-Band Concert, Sixth and Spruce Streets
1:30 P. M. -Races at Fair Grounds
8:00 P. M. ;0pen Air Dance at Fair Grounds
Program of Events, July 4. 1914
4:00 A. M. -Salute of Guns at Sunrise
10.00 A. M.-Grand Street Parade
11.00 A. M.-Public Speaking, Dixon Grove
Tim T. Bennett. Speaker of the Hay
12:00 M. -Barbecue Dinner, Dixon's Grove
12:30 to 1:30-Free Moving Picture Show at Unique Theatre
' lipO P. M. -Children's Street Sports and Juvenile Races
2:00 P. M.-Races at Fair Grounds ,
5:00 P. M.-Tdg of War and Log Sawing Contest
I'iftli Street Betwft-n Spruce and Maple
7:00 P. ML-Street Sports
'8:0Q P. M.Open Air Dance at Fair Grounds
9:00 P. M -Fire Works and Band Concert at Fair Grounds
Let Myrtle Point
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in two tier loads. Block wood $1.35.
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ically shod. Deformities? remedied. Bring in your
cripples and get their feet adjusted by a man that
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DIPPEL & WOLVERTON
CHOICE FARM LANDS AND CITY PROPERTY
REAL E! STATE
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Bandon Lodge, No. 180, A. F. &
A. M. Stated communications first
Saturday after the full moon of
each month. Special communications
Master Masons cordially invited.
C. R. MOORE, W. M.
PHIL PEARSON, Secretary.
Occidental Chapter, No. 45, O. E.
S., meets Saturday evenings before
and after stated communications of
Masonic lodge. Visiting members
cordially, invited to attend.
L. KATE ROSA, W. M.
ROSA BINGAMAN, Secretary.
I .0. O. F.
Bandon Lodge, No. 133, I. O. O.
P., meets every Wodnesday evening.
Visiting brothers in good standing
S. E. HINES, N. G.
LOGAN KAY, Secrets:
Pythias. J ! ,
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B. N. HARRINGTON, K. of R. 8
Loyal Order of Mooce.
Meots Thursday oveningi in I. O.
O. P. hall. Transcient Moose cord
tally invited. Something doing ev
Occnn Rebckah Lodge, No. 126, I.
O. O. P., meets second and fourth
Tuowluy at I. 0. 0. F. hall. Tran
cient inumlmrH cordially Invited.
LENA DAVIDSON, N. G.
MINERVA LEWIN, Secretary.
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"With Charity Towards All"
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in, VinKorii r umuwl a hot wU
vmut. JJy ordsr of
W. A. KKlhKH, a, a,
a M. VMV,
feCCEHTftlC b QU1NCEY.
W OfUn Ur ViaHars Whilt HaV
and Bar Foetad.
Da Qalocejr'a habits wer so slmpla
aa to be almost ascetic, and he subsist
ed upoa the llgbtaat possible diet HU
dlaeatlTe trouble and neuralgic suffer
tag, which first led to-his Uking opium,
caoaad him early to lose his teeth,
and faoon the extreme delicacy of hU
system be could eat nothing less capa
ble ot mastication than bread, so that
article 'with a little soup or coffee waw
apt to comprise bis wholo dinner.
In reference to bis manner of dress
his daughter has said:
"His dnea, unfortunately, bo neither
cared far himself, nor -would he let
others care for It I say unfortunately,
because hla carelessness gave rise
among punctilious people, unaccustom
ed to eccentric habits, to nn Impres
sion of poverty for which there wus no
foundation. Itimlsut be that n thought
occurred to him In the midst of somi
of his Irregular processes of dressing
or Uiidn-HslriK 1 1 should say some
thought did generally strike hliu at
that tlmel, and he would stop with his
coat Just taken off, or not put on. with
out stockings at all, or with one off ami
ouc on, and becoming lust hi what
grew out of this thought. h would
work for hours, hardly even noticing
the coffee which was his chief support
at auch times.
"In the midst of this ab.-iut blng work
would arrive visitors, of whom there
were many, prohably from such a ills
taace that they could not be turned
back without sight of the object of
their long pilgrimage, upon which my
tether, with the unaffected courtesy
which was one of the great charms of
hla character, would appear at once
rather than keep them waiting whllo
he put on his stocking, or whatever
may be wanting or which was Just
likely in the wrong place, giving rise
to awed Impressions of poverty with
some, while those who could withdraw
their anaccustomed eyes from the na
kedness of the land, as expounded by
his feet might have seen In his sur
roundings signs of scrupulous neat
ness, sufficient comfort and refinement
enough to reassure them on this point
"His presence at homo was the sig
nal for a crowd of beggars, among
whom, borrowed babies and drunken
old women were sure of the largest
share of the sympathy ho refused to
none." From Caroline Tlcknor's
"Hawthorne and His Publisher."
Going Astray on the Correct Use of
?u" and "aw 8oundi.
A carious feature of the English lan
Caae aa tt Is asokas la this part ot
the UaMed ttatee fa the prevalence ot
a dual syatem ot pronunciation. The
dlctionafiaa teli Ha unequivocally that
wa, should proaouace "dew," "knew"
and "stew1 aa we do "few," and that
"atudaar" "stupid" and similar words
should be aoanciated as if they were
spelled "atieodent" and "stlupld."
Nobody, apparently, disputes the cor
rectness of this manner of pronounc
ing "a" and "ewM yet here Is a rule
very much more honored in the breach
than In the observance. Bxccpt for
stage folks, the faculties and somo of
the students of schools and colleges
and a few pecsons who make a point of
precise speaking, the academic sound
of "a" Is disregarded almost univer
sally. It is by no means through lgnoronco
that people say "too" and "stoopld."
There are worthy persons who seem
to feel that a good American really
ought to say "stoo" and "stoopld."
They think, apparently, that tho ortho
dox "u" and "ew" are Anglicisms and
are used in this country only by per
sons pedantic or "affected."
Of course, for all practical purposes
one way of pronouncing Is as good as
another and usage has made both
forms correct Nevertheless, the right
use of "u" and "ew" adds music and
variety to the English language, and
the younger generation might do well
to pronounce according to the diction
ary and gradually overcome an "Amer
icanism" that has no real good exense
for being. Rochester Democrat and
Rubinstein disapproved of nmrrlago
for musicians. Just before lit death
he spoke sadly of his Russian lady
pupils. "Whut have I wasted all my
time on them for?" he asked Irritably.
"Every one married! It's too provok
ing! Here they are. spoiled forever for
art life. What did they study for?"
The London Musical World remarks
that "those who ask why we have no
great lady composers may be left to
think ot these things."
A Narrow Range of Cholco.
Sylvia, supple and slender, and Aunt
Belle, balky and benign, had returned
frosa a shopping tour. Each hod been
trying to buy a ready made salt
When they returned homo Sylvia
was aaked what success each bad In
ber efforts to be titled. "Well," said
Hylvla, "I got along pretty well, bat
Auut Bella Is getting so fat thut about
all she can get ready mudu U an uu
breUa. Youth'a Compalou.
tome Oormsn Texts,
Auoog the curious Uim Imposed la
Gsrwaay on various objects are those
wti baby carrlsgw, where the amount
U 40 Mti each, aud f 1.60 Uk ou caged
idgbUmjelM, of which tbvrs Jjsvm not
UM any tut mtuf years, and tourists,
for whOMJ b hvtsl kwtper U Mml 'ffy
hhUm, wbfeh la 444 to Ihv bill,
,'7)ojt'i lkv Uf tHU&w of lliu t'ovV,
"JJuL Mu, hsra U) lake if whvu
is 04rrf to AM.VJWIIWrfii jLUmrt'
Rates $1.00 to $2.00 per day.
Special rates by weekornionth
Sample room in connection
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How Delightfully Independent
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Whether she is going shopping or
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bought, she feels the plcasuro of be
ing nhlo to tender "hor personal
check" for tho amount. Ladies,
bank your money with us, and you
will find il not only convient and .dig
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THE BANK OF BAND ON
WHY NOT HAVE AN EXTENTION TELEPHONE INSTALLED
IN YOUR RESIDENCE, THE PRICE HAS BEEN""EEDUCED"
TO 60 CENTS PER MONTH.
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dispatch. Agent for Buick Automobiles.
M. D. SHERRARD, Bandon, Ore.
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