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2 00 2 30 4 00 7 00 8 00 11 00 1 30 2 30 4 00 8 00 10 30 11 00 11 30 1 30 2 00 2 30 4 00 T 00 8 00 OREGON, MO CHAUTAUQUA "BOB" SEEDS. DR. FRANK G. SMITH. .lOriX B. RATTO. CARRY A. NATION. Daily Program Saturday, July 30. Announcements Arthur McMurray Band Concert Central Chautauqua Band "Kunning Gears of a Man" Dr. R. T. Campbell Band Concert Central Chautauqua Band Musical Prelude Central Chautauqua Band Entertainment John B. Ratto Moving Pictures Speer Brothers Sunday, July 31. Sacred Services. Musical Prelude Central Chautauqua Band Sermon Dr. R. T. Campbell Sacred Concert '. Central Chautauqua Band l,Du8lcorDawn?" Fred V. Loos Sacred Concert Central Chautauqua Band Musicale Central Chautauqua Band Monday, August I. Band Concert Central Chautauqua Band Musical Prelude Hrubv Bros., Quintette Bible Work Dr. R. T. Campbell Band Concert Central Chautauqua Band Musical Prelude Hruby Brothers "Pockets and Paradises" Ralph Parlette Band Concert Central Chautauqua Band Musical Prelude Hruby Brothers Magician Reno Moving Pictures Speer Brothers Tuesday. August 2. 10 30 Band Concert Central Chautauqua Band 11 00 Musical Prelude Hrubv Brothers 11 30 Bible Work. . . Dr. R. T. Campbell 1 30 Band Concert Central Chautauqua Band 2 00 Musical Prelude Hruby Brothers 2 30 "The Needs of the Hour" fudge Geo. D. Alden 4 00 Band Concert Central Chautauqua Band 7 00 Musical Prelude Hrubv Brothers 8 00 Reading Arthur McMurrav Moving Pictures Speer Brothers Wednesday, August 3. FRATERNAL DAY. 10 30 Band Concert Central Chautauqua Band 11 00 Musical Prelude Hrubv Brothers 11 30 Bible Work Dr. R. T. Campbell 1 30 Musical Prelude Hruby Brothers 2 00 Band Concert Central Chautauqua Band 2 30 Address ...Hon. John E. Swanger 4 00 Address Ex-Gov. Alex. M. Dockery 7 00 Band Concert Central Chautauqua Baud 8 00 Musical Program Hruby Brothers Special moving picture entertainment Speer Bros Thursday, August 4. 10 30 Band Concert Central Chautauqua Band 11 00 Musical Prelude The Strollers 11 30 Bible Work Elder B. H. Dawson 1 30 Band Concert Central Chautauqua Band 2 00 Musicale The Strollers 2 30 "The Hero of the Age" Dr. Frank G. Smith 4 00 Band Concert Central Chautauqua Band 7 00 Musicale Central Chautauqua Band 7 30 Prelude The Strollers 8 00 Lecture Arthur McMurray Moving Pictures Speer Brothers Friday, August 5. EDUCATIONAL DAY. 10 30 Band Concert Central Chautauqua Band 11 00 Musical Prelude The Strollers Rural Graduates of Holt Count v Parade. 11 30 Bible Study Rev. J. M. Walton 12 15 Rural Graduates' Picnic and Basket Dinner. 1 00 Musical Prelude The Strollers 1 30 Address and Presentation of Diplomas. R. H. Emberson, University of Missouri 2 30 "Influence of th Home" Bob Seeds 4 00 Band Concert Central Chautauqua Band 7 00 Musicale Central Chautauqua Band 7 30 Musical Concert The Strollers 8 00 Entertainment. '-Monologue" Adrian M. Newens Moving Pictures Speer Brothers Saturday, August 6. 10 30 Band Concert Central Chautauqua Band 11 00 Musical Prelude The Strollers 11 30 Bible Study Rev. T. C. Taylor 1 30 Band Concert Central Chautauqua Band 2 00 Musical Prelude The Strollers 2 30 "The Temperance Awakening'' Carry A. Nation 4 00 Band Concert Central Chautauqua Band 7 00 Band Concert : Central Chautauqua Band 7 30 Musical Prelude The Strollers 8 00 Entertainment, "Cartoons" Alton Packard Moving Pictures Speer Brothers Sunday, August 7. 10 30 Parade to the Grounds of all Sunday Schools. 11 00 Music Combined Choirs 11 30 Sermon. 1 30 Sacred Concert Central Chautauqua Band 2 30 " lragedies of the "Unprepared." Thos. Brooks Fletcher 8 00 Sacred Program Central Chautauqua Band Announcements. Chautauqua Salute. I i i I I HI! TRY BROTHERS. THOS. BROOKS FLETCHER. I ADRIAN M. XKWEXS. i i I ... General Information. Electuicity- The entire park as well as large tent will be lighted with electric lights. Groceries and all other supplies may be ordered by telephone and will be delivered free on the ground. Special 1 olice will carefully guard the grounds both day ad night. You will be as safe as in your own home. The grounds will he patrolled at 8 o'clock each morning and all will be required to present tickets good for that day. A Bureau ok Ixfoioiation will he located on the grounds. Go there to make inquiries and you will receive prompt and courteous treatment. Telephone Local and longdistance telephone service can be secured on t he grounds, over the Home, Fanners' Mutual, Rell and Independent lines. A Check Room will be provided at the Bureau of Infor mation, where small packages, such as valises, umbrellas, lunch baskets, etc.. may be checked for 5c each. Mail- We receive six mails daily, and mail addressed in care of Oregon Chautauqua Association will be delivered at the Bureau of Information. Mail left there will be posted. Board may be procured on the ground or at the hotels in the city. A dining hall and refreshment stands will be maintained on the ground. First class meals will be served at reasonable prices. Tents 10x12 wall, 2.7o: 12x14 wall, 3.25: Uxli) three rooms, $ii.2o: 12xl three rooms. $ti.25: 12x10 three rooms, $15.75: 14x21 tive rooms. $0.50: cots, $1.00. Floors extra. Se cure tents as soon as possible. For tents write, phone or see R. G. Ruley. Calipers" Hour A bell will be rung at half past eleven eaeli night, at which signal all parties on the ground will either leave or retire to their tents. Parties neglecting to do this will be interviewed by the night-watch, who will take their names and report them to the committee- This rule will be Yigidlv enforced. Educational Day Friday, August 5, will be Educa tional Day. at which time all Rural Graduates of Holt coun ty will receive High school entrance certificates. Graduates will be admitted free to the entire program of the day. Each one is expected to be present and all will assemble in the Court House yard at 11 a. m., for the grand march to Chautauqua grounds. Fraternal Day will be Wednesday. August 'J, at which time all the different lodges of the county are earnestly re quested to be present and hear excellent addresses by men of various orders. All Sunday school children under 14 years of age will be admitted free both Sundays, if accompanied by Sunday school officers. Ball Games Ball game each week day afternoon at 4 p. m. The ball park adjoins Chautauqua grounds on the south. Prices of Admission to Chautauqua. Single admission to persons over 14 S .35 Children from 10 to 14 -0 Children nine years old and under, when accompanied oy parents, free. Season tickets, adults 2.00 Season tickets, children 10 to 14 1.00 Single admission of team or auto 25 Single horse . If) Season ticket for team or auto 1.00 Season ticket, single horse SEASON TICKETS ARE NON-TRANSFERABLE. 1' R K I ) A". LOOS. ARTIiri! McMFRRAY.