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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 31 August 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. I WHILE WE GO MARCHING FOR FLORY. t I $ m t t I $ c t ? r I t Am: "Marching Through Georgia.' Up and girt your saddles, bojfH, Ami buckle on your gun, Anil when you've touched the stirrups, Have your horses on the run. We'll ahow them in Missouri, How a battle we've lHgun, While we go marching for Flory. ciiohuh: Hurrah! Htirrahl we'll net MiMouri free! Hurrah! Hurrah! we'll voto for Joe Flory! The railway boya, and worklngmen, Will join the jubilee, While we go marching for Flory. Flory will he Governor. Anil steer the Ship of State: Allen will lie by IiIm hIiIp, To iteal the "Popples" fate; The friend of every workingman . Will vote the ticket straight. While we go marching for Flory. Ciiohuh: Hurrah! Hurrah! etc. Klectlon day will noon lie on, Am) then we'll ull rejoice; Mechanic and the farmer Will join the railroad boya; The hell will ring, the whittle blow, And make a mighty noise, While we go marching for Flory. Ciiorvh. Hurrah! Tlurrah! ot. $ m t t m VOT...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 31 August 1900

MAKSHALL REPUBLICAN. LOCAL IN 1RIEF. Mr. A. It. Vanoe ha returned from n visit ti St. Joseph and other plaee. I'rof. H. .1. IVster left Tuesday nltflit alter a week a visit to menu in thl city. Kd IIofTman. of the Kki'L'Iimcak, ent Saturday In IllwltiMville, hi former home. .loKPiih A. Hamtll. wife and baby daughter are endlnK the week at McAllister spring. Ml fellth Mitchell 1 vlltlnir the family of lUsv. Franc Mitchell at UUea, Mil,, till week. Mr. Anion, of Dalian. Tuxa. I vInUIiik at Minx' Hotel, the truest of her grand -mother, .Mr. Miliar, I'rof. T. K. Siwncer' condition ha hcen improving thl week and It I hoied that ho may lie out oon. Mr. C K. Viter ha returned home to Slater, after vMtlng her mother, Mr, .lulla Kuilon, on Highland. Mis Florence droves, who ha ent the Hummer In (.'olorudo, ha returned to Murhull, much Improved In lieulth. Mr. Artie Hruln, the guest of Mr. A. W. Ilallcv, returned Tucday to hcrhomeut Choctaw, Indian Territory. Mr. Iloltcrt Montague, who ha bee...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 31 August 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. IN THE COUNTY. SALT SPRINGS. K F Colvort was on Uo sick list this week. John Roc, of Roselale, Kansas wan here this week. .1 I' Fulkerson has returned from Excelsior Springs. J A Orr and Hon. David are In Chi cago this week with cattle. Preaching next Sunday by Rev Me Kinney at II and H o'clock. Mr and Mr J W Drown and wife v lulled in Marshall Monday. MUD Jennie Galloway left Sunday for a visit to friend In Illinois. Miss Iola Vawter, of Marshall, In the guest of MIih Flora Klethley. Miss Jamison, of Marnhall, In visit ing her sister, Mm Henry Sutherlln. Rev. Hayworth. who used to preach here, wan calling on old friends this week. Messrs Ament and Guthcry, of Mar shall, were talking to our cattle men on Monday. Mr and Mrs J as Welch entertained a largo number of their friend at a danco Monday evening. Mr and Mrs (I O Thornton enter tained the Messrs Hes and families of Marshall Sunday. Rev Steinhelmer preached two srr mous here latt Sunday. His daugh ter accomp...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 31 August 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Weekly Crop Bulletin. Columbia, Mo., Aug. 28, 1900. The mean temperature of the past week was about 5 degrees above the normal in the western and southern portions of the state and about 8 degrees above in the northeast portion. The 20th and 21st were the warmest days of the season, maximum temperatures of too degrees and above occuriug at many places. The long hot spell was broken on the 25th, however, r.ud at the close of the week the weather was much cooler. Good rains have fallen throughout nearly the entire state, and in many locali ties in the central and southern sections the rainfall was very heavy the total (or the week ranging from 2 to over 4 inches. In a few of the eastern and southern counties only light showers had fallen up to Sat unlay evening, but it is Iwhcvcd that good showers occurred in those sections during Saturday uight. In many of the ccnttal and western counties the showers were accom panied by high winds which dam aged hay and grain st...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 7 September 1900

MARSHALL- '-REPUBLICAN. VOL. IX. MARSHALL. SALINE COUNTY, MISSOURI. SEPTEMBER 7. 1900. NO. 51. SUITS AGAINST THE CITY. For Damage Alleged by Reaaoa of Street lav provcmeatt That Hare Bees Made by the City of Marshall. As a result of the numerous improvements that have been undertaken by the city of Mar shall, a number of damage suits have been filed by property-owners against the city for injuries alleged to have been done the prop erty of these individuals, some of which are based on the grade established by ordinance of the city council and one on the trees or dered cut for the laying of sidewalks. N. C Bishop alleges that as owner of lots 16 and 17, block 2, B. & S.'n addition to Mar shall, on South Jefferson avenue, he has been damaged to the value of $1,000, in the estab lishment of a grade by ordinance of Septem ber 22, '96, aod its subsequent construction, causing a high street embankment in front of his property. Daniel Carroll asks for damages in the sum of $8co, which ...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 7 September 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. JHARSHALL REPUBLICAN I'uti'ivil attlio I'ottiillleo In Marxlmll, Mo., recoiid-ehi mailer. TKItMS: H00 I 'Kit YBAIt IN ADVANCE. PERCY Hi VAN DYKE, Editor. MAKS1IAI.I., SIISSOUKI, SWT. 7, HJOO. .lot h'lory nt Marshall Tuesday, Sept. nth. Meet Saline county at the Marshall street l-'alr. If you want to attend the biggest Street Ifair in Missouri, come to Marshall next week. Joe I'Mory, the idol of Missouri Republicans, who can srfely be entrusted with affairs at Jefferson City, will speak in Marshall Tues day. He sure and attend. Hryan promised industrial calamity four years ago should McKinley le elected. His scare did'ut work and he doubtless concluded that he did not paint the disasters dark enough. This year his hobgoblin is imperialism and the very existence of the republic is threaten ed. "It may be that our judgment is wrong, but as between Web Davis and Dick Daltou, the Democratic party ought to have some boot, we think." The Malta Henri Qui Vive (Pom.). Do...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 7 September 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. COUNTY COURT. Pel It Jury for Circuit Court Drawa Other Proceeding of Set tenter Seaaioa. August adjourned term; Septcm Iter 3d, 1900, court met pursuant to adjournment. Present: Hons. J. T. StoufTer, R. C. Hanna, T. W. King, judges; K. K. L- Smith, clerk; Joseph Wilson, sheriff. W. Q Purcell, J. P., Grand Pass township, resigns. John E. Brady appointed justice ol the pence of Grand Pass town ship. Town of Malta Bend incorporat ed; S. B. Jeter, H. Thomas, A. S. VaiiAnglcu, Jas. W. Franklin and II. C. Wilson, trustees. Oleudorf road auu continued till October. Collector directed to compromise taxes on lots in New Frankfort owned hv Joseph Fritsch and K. Shallenbcrg. T. N. Cross sent to county farm. Petit jury drawn for October term of circuit court as follows: K. D. Sappington, Jos. Swisher, G. T. Fisher, Turk Marr, W. L- Odell, Jim Frank Duncan, Geo Sellmeyer, W. L. Ayres, J. R. Daniel, James Carson, I,. B. Chappell, J. F. hong, S. T. Wilsou, Richard Keith, Jan....

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 7 September 1900

NANSHALL REPUBLICAN. ft; - -X' I IT IS WITH REGRET Tlml I niuiMiniiN-lliil tiinnimiiiiiv to I In- puliHc tin1 iuvilly of I'lii-lnif ii i my limit IiiIpIIIh iI liiiihii'ix Ihtc. Tin1 fiitiM(in-iil rnrr nf my rlillilri'ii, iHTiiKlniinl liy tin-nt't'iil Kiviit iliiiiii'xtli' nf nii'tliiii.niiiilri'iilliiit I niiivf my liulnri, mi lluil my clillilrrn will Ih with r'lnllvi' who will nn for thi-m mill uM mo In ri'iirliiu Mini iIiii'nMiik llicm. Thrw niv llir HivutiKtmioi'N Hint i'iiiiim-I me to imrl Willi ilium, with whom I hnvi' Invii t-oiumT-I'lnlly iim'IhIiiI. niul hi fVrr iilriiuiit mill mtrrvnlili' Hi' Willi my rinii lllnrHinl lln ninny frliiil who Imw favntvil mm wild llii'lr iiitriiiiuui. JOHK.I'II A.n'llAY. ft." '-ft." "ft "ft I Will Dispose of Entire Stock Consisting of ,VUo HUH li.ui In II.'i.iii ,rtloti.m ,fU o isf.ii .! toll?."! liuy' Kuril XT.". M'ii'Mnlt. rmiKliiu In iirlfca from fi Hoys' Mini t'lillilri-n'ii Hull, ill iirlivn riiiiuliiu from . !K Mi'H .miT-iiiil,iit iirlcm ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 7 September 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. CAMPIELUGUTHEKY. A September Veddlaf ia Whlck Maay People Are Interested. Perry D. Campbell ol St. Louis ud Miss Annie R. Guthery, youngest daughter of Mrs. K. P. Guthery of thin city, were married at Trinity Kpincop.il church on Monday morning at ten o'clock in the presence of a large and fashion able audience. The Sans Souci club, of which the bride is an esteemed member, occupied reserved seats near the altar. The bridal party entered the church to the strrins of Mendel sohn's wedding chorus, played by Miss Minnie Vance in the follow ing order: First came the ushers, 1. M. Walker and Wm. Armcu trout followed by the fair bride on the arm of her brother, Churchill Guthery of Kansas City, who were met at the attar by the groom who entered the church from the vestry. The beautiful Episcopal ceremony was never more beautiful or more impressive than was mid upon this occasion by Rev. J. de Q. Donehoo. After the ceremony, the party left the church to the sweet strai...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 7 September 1900

MAKSHALL REPUBLICAN. -DRKES CREAM Batting Powder In Use the most Economical Greater in leavening strength, a spoonful raises more dough, or goes further. Working uniformly and perfectly, k makes the bread and cake always light and beautiful, and there is never a waste of good flour, sugar, butter and eggs. With finer food and a saving of money comes the saving of the health of the family, and that is the greatest economy of all. MIOK BAKING POWOKN OO., OHIOAQO. NoTB.-Mar aiitirtt. mU la laritatlea al koala powucn. mjm upon in. Mian, imt sr. mM cheap, but are 4ar al aarprict, sa nine incv contain iu, cotumitc LOCAL IN 1RIEF. Ilugglcs at all price at Mahard A Son'. 3Mt Ilaby Huggy 'or Halo at this oflleo for M.fiO. 24-tf Mallard's buggies arc the buggies that wear. 3l-4t Call up CoIIIdh Wall Paper Co. I'hone X. 31-tf W. K.Mahartl Ac Son's Isheadquar tern for buggies. 31-41 The Mahard'H 11 Columbia " ana "Jewell" buggies. 3Mt K. D. Martin returned Saturday night from Detroit. Fresh oys...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 7 September 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. LOCAL IN IRIEF Minn Mattlo lirown ha returned from Chicago with lovely fall good for tho millinery establishment of Miss Anglo Thompson. II. II. Downing returned Saturday from tho Central I a fair. Mrt. Down Ing and 0. M. Uuckner and wife ar rival Thursday evening. Minn Emma Albeit?., one of our raoHt successful teachers, han returned from St. Louis, where sbo peBt some weeks having her eyes treated. Mr. Ellxe Allhouse and sons, Geo. and Reuben, and daughter, Mae, left Monday afternoon for Denver, where they will tend the winter. Misses Mick and Cohennur have c cured thu services of Mia Ingerham, ono of Chicago' first claim trimmer who will arrive this week. Mr. I. N. Ueargeani accompanied ly her daughter. MIhh Lula, loftTues day for taxlngton where Miss Lula will enter Central college Mil Iteiia (!ll)HOii from Hardeman and Mr, liarr, of Kanae City, are vlaltlng Mrr. Tim McDonoujjh and will remain until after the fair. What an elegant opportunity to get good gla...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 7 September 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. BUFFALO BILL'3 ROUGH RIDEM From All Part of tke World Ootalug Iere Saturday, Heptcmbor 22J, will mark the return to Marshall for two per formances of HufTalo BlU'a Wild Went anil Congress of Hough Hitlers, which lia tli In season attained u degree of success never before vouched to any out'iloor entcrprlso In tho history of amusements. Their recent season of twenty-four iierformanees In New York was marked by a series of audiences tliut for sl.o broke all records at tho immense Madison Square Garden, every torformanoe seeing thousands turned away unable to pain admin hIoii. The inherent merit and the pen ulue eliaraeter of the entertainment, which In never allowed to full below the highest standard, In In a great mraniiru responsible for thin continued popularity of Messrs. Cody it BaU hury's unhuu and original entertain tuent. Hut u feature that hun Increased public Interent In tho exhibition In the addition to their prolamine of the moNt reallntlc battle nccno...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 7 September 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Read Thl Letter- Dk.MI Ku,a:-I am o ulad you have decided to buy n pwlnjr muchlnc, nuil ih noon uh I received your letter I Ntnrted out. determined to tnko in tin' town ami liml out juat whero Hie Im'k) Hcrvlfo iiiuchSim could I mi found, nuil after m-elujf them all I liml no trouble in ilicldlnif thul tlu Improved 'Wheeler ,V VIIon" or the "Stun ditrd" Scwltiir Muchlnc, kept only by II. I'. XIcIioIm, were the only muchltiCM to buy. They lire hcuuticx, anil ImiIIi miii ho lightly tliut u child could new m tlii'in, unil Midi hcuiillful work I huvc never wen (lone on u machine lit U done on tin Whrcfer A: Wilxon. Hcldc, they uic llnUhcd ho bund .iimcly u to U an ornament for any limine. I am Horry that I liuve an cnjrutrf tneiit ami ean't meet yon at the train when you reueli MarHhall, hut you will have no trouble In liml the place. Tell Mr. Iliili-c, the bun eomliii'lor, to drive you right to II. V. Nlcholn, op piiHlte the county Juil, where you eau uimixe yourse...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 7 September 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Brokeu r)ric-aBraca Mr. Major, the famous cement man of New York, explains some very In teresting fuets about Major's Cement, Tlio multitude who lino thii stand, urd article know that It in many hund red iter cent liettcr than other cement for which slmllarelalm are inude, out ti great tnuny do not know why. The simple reason I that Mr. .Major hack the liext material ever discovered and other manufacturers do not use them, because they arc too excnslve and do not allow large protlt. Mr. Major tell iik that one of the element of hi cement cost "i ii pound and an other cost iMt.'i a gallon, whllo a law share of the HO-eulled cements and liquid glue uion the market are nothing more thun slxtecti-ccnt clue, il Involved In water or citric acid, and, In Mime cane, altered slightly In color and odor by the addition of cheap and useless itiutcrluls. Mujor'x cement retail ut llfteen centH uud twenty-live cent a hottle, and when u dealer trie to well u sub xtltutu you cuu...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 7 September 1900

n tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt s tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt 8 tt tt S t tt tt tt MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. I ...THE NEW YORK RACKET,. J IS SWAMPEB For two weeks we have 1ceii trying to Hud time to write nil "ad." and give you prices on thin immense stock of goodn, but we Just Himply haven't had time to write a, line, and now the editor's devil is waiting for this and wo can only tell you what wo have and let you come in to see the goods and prices. Wo put in three of the hottest weeks we ever saw, in New York City, getting together this stock of goods, and we succeeded in finding about what we wanted and we now have over SHO.OOO worth of now goods and a full $(10,000 stock for you to select from. tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt 3 3 8 8 8 tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt , . u Besides the above goods we have $4,(100.00 worth of the finest goods over shown Marshall which we bought at Stu...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 7 September 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. THE BIGGEST FAIR OF THEM ALL IS IN THE DISPLAY OF ..Fall H Winter Novelties in Every Department. A1 THE NEW YORK STORE. We invite you to spend your spare moments during the Fair with us, ASK FOR A SOUVENIR. MAYER & SON

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 14 September 1900

MARSHALL-REPUBLICAN. VOL. IX. MARSHALL, SALINE COUNTY. MISSOURI, SEPTEMBER 14, 1900. NO. 52. CAUGHT AND IDENTIFIED. THE PREMIUM WINNERS. livery effort oossible to capture the three roblwrs, who shot down Sail Aulgur, nit ofli cer of the law, h:is lx.cu niiule, both by the Milice authorities and detectives of the C & A. Railroad- The nccoitnt of this baldly plnimed robbery, which ended in murder, wns told in last week's Rid'tMil.tCAK. The first arrest made was nt Glasgow by Marshal Morgan of that city, which c.tnie about in the following way: Iiarly Friday morning, three men were seen ut West Glas gow, who secured ferriage, across the livt r, stating at the time that they hud been hum tiling through on the C. & A., and had been put off on the Gilliam hill. As they were traveling eastward, it is rather strange that they should hive been put off while going down-grade. The men after crossing the Missouri, kept well to the brush during most. of the day, but that evening one of t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 14 September 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. MARSHALL HEPUBLICAW. Entered at the I'oatolllce In Marnhall, Mo., an Mcunml-claift matter. TERMS: 11.00 PEN YEAR IN ADVANCE. PERCY M. VAN OYKE, Editor. MAKSIIAM.i MISSOURI, 8 KIT. 14, I900. Well! Well! Weill What do you think' of the Fair? The hot bed of the anti-imperialists, which was supposed to be in New England, has proven very disappointing to the Western "amis" in the elections of Vermont and Maine. A resolution introduced in the Democratic convention of New York, demanding that the attorney-general proceed against the ice trust, was declared out of order. The party prefers to deal in generalizations rather than specifi cations, for fear too many of the stockholders might be Democratic politicians. A thirty-thousand plurality in Maine is a good enough straw for any Republican to scent victory in the air. Disorganized as the Dem ocracy of that state was in 1896, when the conservative element had been overturned in favor of the radicals and Populists, no su...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 14 September 1900

MAKSHALL REPUBLICAN. REPUBLICAN TICKET. NATIONAL. Knr I'rrslilciil, . WILLIAM Mt'KIM.KV. h'tif VI I'ri-hlciil, TKHItV" ItnosKVCl.T. STATK. l-'nr tliiviTimr. JosKI'll PUtltY. Kiir l,liuli iiiiiit-l(ivTiiiir. K. I'. A 1. 1. UN. IVtr Mivrrliiry nf Willi-, w. i ioici'i:ih'i l-'nr Willi' TiviiMiriT, W.M. KI.C.M I NCI. l-'nr Aiiilllnr. V. K. IILOKIIAUM. l-'nr A 1 1 irn-- li'iit'rul. K. IMlTAI.I.oN, l-'nr lliillrniiil I'nimiilo-liiiii'l'. IM'.CItlll'Hi:. CoNCKIiSSIONAI.. I'nr I'liHXIi'i", II. II. I'AIIHONH. SUNATUKIAI.. I'ir Hliili- H. niiinr. M.T.l'llAxTAIN. COUNT V. lli'iri"'iilMllvi. I'lr-l iirli'l, C. II. llltuWN. I'liiinty JiiiIki. Plrl HMrli-l. IIHultllK V. IIIMIIIAM. Hi'iri-M-iiinilf, Hivmiil IH.irli l. t'AMI'.IION Oltlt Ciiiiiily Jiiiluis Hivninl ItUlrli'l. IIKNHV IIAI.ItAII. 4'nlliviiir. II Kltlll'.ICT WII.HIIN. I'riiviilliii(..lliiriif.v, THOMAS K. OTI.KV. HiK-ritr. V. It. KI.HKA. Tri'iiuriT. I.. l..MOltl'.l.l W. K. Kll.l.loN. Hiirviiir, W. II. Ml' I.I.I NH. I'iiIiIIi- AiliitliiM...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 14 September 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. pying an elevated ositinn sat Juecn Kathcriue on her on her throne, her golden crown studded with jewels, glistening in the sum mer's sun; her dress made court tr.'iiuo, wns of white I'nris muslin made decollete nnd sleeveless. At her left stood the king I.ee Car ter, dressl in white silk tronsets ntul blouse, white lint with long white plume. An eider down cape fell in graceful folds from his shapely shoulders. He appeared to nu advantage nud acted as if he wns to the position horn. At the right of the iiteeii stood the mtiid of honor, Miss Margaret Leonard, in Knte Grceiiawny eo tunic of white mull with hlue mull fichue. The queen wns stu rounded by her maids, nil dressed in eorres jmtiding white dresses with blue trimmings, composed of the follow inn young Indies: Misses Nelle Newton, Mildred McBridc, Frances Buckucr, Ivli.nlieth McClure, Anna Belle Gill, Snllie Hnrvey. Rrna I.ettou. Twenty four smtill boys in white duck suits, blue enps nud sashes acted as e...

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