Oakley Thomas - second part of clipping

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Oakley Thomas - second part of clipping - I start until, tomorrow. The first day.^s...
I start until, tomorrow. The first day.^s program will be carried out tomor- ow and thee will be a perceptible change in the program as printed. The big. automobile parade which was scheduled for this afternoon was also postponed until tomorrow morning morning at ten o'clock. The parade, will form at the, .corner of Broadway and Fourth street and jwiil beheaded bj Waggener's Military band, which is here with, the Brundag6-Fisher Amusement company. It Is estimated that there will be no less than twenty five automobiles in line together with several hundred veterans, both old and young. The line-of march will be north on Broadway to Seventh street. ^ „ thence west to Catalpa street, and north on Catallpa to the park. A large headquarters tent has'l^dtf pitched on the reunion grounds In tlie park. Judge James i Smith of Girard, is the colonel commanding the camp. Col. Smith has as his aides. Capt. O. S. Casad. adjutant; JL M. Adams, quartermaster. quartermaster. Capt. A. fi. JVatson, president president of the Reunion Association; J. J. Lemastcr and O. D. McFarland. The visiting veterans will call at headquarters headquarters uison their arrival and. report report for reglotration, as a complete list of the visiting yeteans Is especially especially d(sh-ed by th^ association. The Woman's Relief Corps also |bas a largeUeni-<m^t)ie.gromds.<>-''Mrs-.' O. D. McFarland is In charge. The ladies* auxilltry to the local G. A. R. post will do Its utmost to assist in the entertaining- of the |visitors and the ladies have: arranged many conveniences conveniences about; thecamp that are much appreciated by the veterans. ' • Tents to the number qf several hiin^ dred have been pitched ind these wiU^ be at the disposal of the veterans' who wish to^ spend reunion W( realistic artay style by'.caniplii Although the rain wet "the grou; the-tents had been erected befprOjMid every thing is dry. An hour ortWbf sun will put thepark In excellent con-, dition for the week, as there wH! he no dust, the rain having wet this down In good shape. , • i Many old vetjerans. the advance guard of the»,anny that fs "yet to come, began jfrrlving last night. and; today, and many'more are.expected! Lqi on this afternoon's late trains.; By the time the hour of pArade .•;arrIveBr In the morning It Is oxpected-'ftat im» less than three hnndreft^riWI^^Wii. and TweoUietli -Kansas *

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  1. Iola Daily Register And Evening News,
  2. 07 Aug 1906, Tue,
  3. Page 8

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