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The News-Herald. (Hillsboro, Highland Co., Ohio) 1886-1973, July 30, 1914, Image 3

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THE NEWS-HKRaLD. HILLSBORO OHIO, THURSDAY, JULY 30, 1914
HILLSBORO
CBADTADQUA
AUGUST 16-23, INCLUSIVE
Greatest Chautauqua Feast Presented to the People of
This Community in 7 Years of Chautauqua Programs
WORLD CELEBRITIES
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Dr. Cook, Thursday, Aug. 20 Maude Ballington Booth, Hon. Aug. 17 Hnn. J Adam Bede, Smday, Aug. 16 Dean Sumner, Sundav, Aug. 23
The Best
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attractions
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PRICE'S PREMIER BAND, GREENFIELD, OHIO
Official, Program
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Opening Kxerclsei
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Full Concert Music Milkers
Music Makers
Hon. J. Acliini Hccle
MONDAY, AUGUST 17lh
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Hill Concert Music Makers
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ljei tl"e Maude Ballington ltooth
TUESDAY, AUGUST llllli
(Afternoon)
Prelude.
Heading .
Prelude
Lecture
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7:00 Prelude
7:30 Lectuie
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WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 19lh
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THURSDAY, AUGUST 20lh
Miurer Misters
Miss McLaren
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III. A. A. Tanner
Hlllshoro Band
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The Maurer Sisters Orchestra
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7..S0 Magician
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Hlllslioio Band
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Hillsboro Hand
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.J:30- Monologue
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7:30 J.icture
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FRIDAY, AUGUST 21s
(Aftt rnoon )
Alda Ouirtette
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Dr. Frederick A, Cook
the Arctic Explorer and Maude Bal
lington Booth, a great reformer and
lead ng woman orator of the decade, are
two of the highest priced attractions pre
sented to Chautauquas this -eason. To
hear them alone will be worth the price
of a season ticket.
Other Noted
Lecturers
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Mr. Gabriel R. Maguire
Dr Allen A. Tarer
Dr. A. W. Evans
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JOHN B. RATTO
Edward Reno, Expert Illusionist
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