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About Semi-weekly Bandon recorder. (Bandon, Or.) 1910-1915 | View Entire Issue (June 30, 1914)
Big Celebration and
: Mid-Summer Races:
JULY 3rd an
d 4th, '14
The Largest and Best Speed Program
Ever Offered in Southwestern Oregon
Program of Events, July 3. 1914
10:00 A. M.-Ball 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.-Open Air Dance at' Fair Grounds1
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
Ton T. Bennett, Speaker of the Day
12;00 M. Barbecue Dinner, Dixon's Grove
12:30 to 1:30-Free Moving Picture how at Unique Theatre
1 1:00 P. M.-Children's Street Sports and Juvenile Races
2:00 P. M.--Races at Fair Grounds '
5:00 P. M.-Tug of War and Log Sawing Contest
Fifth Street Uetwccn Spruce and Maple
7:00 P. M.-Street Sports
8:00 P. M.-Opeh Air Dance at Fair Grounds
9:00 P. M.-Fire Works and Band Concert at Fair Grounds
ThK Wr Othr.
Be was ft rather pereeverlnj: young
tnnn, nnd be bait proposed to n boun
tiful girl sotnetblug like n dozen times,
and on encb occasion tbc tinswer Itntl
been a nvgutlvo one. Still be persever
ed, and one night on a moonlight walk
with the soft south wind blowing
careftalugly be once more Rtnrted to
tell ber of bis wondroim love.
"Dclln, dear," be tenderly remarked,
throwing away bin cigarette to glvo
'hla eloquence further piny, "there Is
something that I must tell you before
we return. You hnve beurd It before,
"Look here. Jimmy," Impatiently In
Corrupted the beautiful girl, "how
many moro times are yon going to oak
me to marry your
"Not many, I guess, Delia, dear,"
answered the young man with great
frankness. "One of tbo other three
girls that ! ajn proposing to is begin
nlng to show signs of weakening."
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When they have their pictures taken
people try to look pleasant. Why not
wear that look all tbo time? It will
shorten no man's life! Knozville Tribune.
Hygtentsta have long called attention
to the serious consequences of the in
creasing popalar preference for white
bread. At present dark colored bread
la despised as "peasants food." In
tho towns tho meanest workman will
eat only white bread. Tho flour used
for making this bread is obtained by
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store, so that it contains hardly any
thing but starch nnd cellulose. White
bread, which plays an Important role
with the French people, la thus ex
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of It that many bygtenlsts ascribe In
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diminution of staturo .and even tho
present development of tuberculosis.
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widely made on this subject, but with
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Special rates by week or month
Sample room in connection
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TH15 HARNESS MAN
Complete stock of har
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r trunks, suitcases, valises
and traveling bags.
Some Surprise For the Doctor.
There Is a story current about
widely known London doctor. About
8 o'clock ono morning be was rung up
by a wealthy patient and begged to
come over at once. Turning out
bed ho rushed off. expecting to find
the man In extremis. Imagine bis sur
prise at being ushered Into a dining
room wnere a gay supper party was
assembled. The first remark made to
him was: 'Oh, doctor, I am so glad
you have come. We wanted you to
settle a bet as to exactly where tho
diaphragm Is." no not only told them
where the diaphragm was, but a good
many other things. The patient tried
to mollify blm by asking his fee. Still
furiously angry, be named a stagger
ing one. which, to bis snrptlse, was
paid on the spot London World.
Truth and Then Some.
A Cleveland man visited the land of
bis fathers on n recent vacation nnd
while In tbe Emerald Isle took a trip
to the lakes of Klllarney. His guide, of
course, told the most wonderful stories
and legends of the region.
"Pnt," said tbe Clevelandcr. "do you
ever lie about these tilings"
"No, sor." asserted Pat "I nlver He
about thlm. I always tell th' thrutb In
Ivery particular only I adds to It"
Cleveland Plain Dealer.
"Pop, if anybody rides horse chest-
"Of course nobody does. Why do you
ask such ridiculous things?"
"I was only going to ask If they did.
could they use larkspurs?" Baltimore
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