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'Ti toil to re be dooe tbe in H tou, spoke brlil' cf that camp, the lamest la the state, add extended to Ovl. Oscar Mlnoi camp tbe DMpltalltltt ol the Gem Clty.whtnever our boys Je.lrtd to accept, Iff. H. E. Twltcbell responded to the Coast, "The Ladlee." He said he does, not dislike tbe ladles bnt then he could say nothing about them. He spoke of the Daughters of Veterans a* being as brave and as patriotic aa their brother*, snd the Sons of Veterans shoold ise them In iropogatlng their order, le said he was proud that he was an American, but prouder still that he was a Son of Veteran. Chapllau A. L. Relit was called upon to espond to the toust, "Our Boys," but ubstituted Instead a recitation entitled The American Flag." Chas. E Ross In response to the toast Our National Flag," delivered a master y addreis, saying much in a few words Brother Rlley, of Dayton, spoke o> Our President" and also paid a de- erved tribute to Col. Oscar Minor amp. Past Capt. Wm. Pflanzer had for his subject "Col. Oscar Minor Camp, " afttr "hich Messrs Tubbs, Stitzel and Decher sang, "Camping on the Old Camp Ground." After this Bntler Connty AidNleder- aner. Dr. C. E. Carle, Brother Hill, of Dayton, County Aid Reeder.of Montgomery connty. first Lieut. Sayre, of Dayton, Editor Gebhart, of "Bu»," Dayton and Bro. Sollenberger had a few words to say. At the suggestion of Bro. Rlley, of Dayton, all arose and drank to the health of Capt. Davis, founder of the order, after which the assemblage sang "Marching Through Georgia" and the banquet was over. All had a fine time and interest in S. of V. circles of Hamilton will be greatly increased as a result The brothers from Dayton were exceptionally well pleased and assured the boys that they would come back again. Among those gathered around the festal board many of them from Eaton, Dayton, Middletown and other cities were, Jr. V. C. in C. P., O. Wilkinson, A. L. Relsf, F. c. Cook, P. 0. Zamtang, Chester B. Hill, John W. Gebhart, J. L Rlley, Ed Sollenberger, Geo. W. Merry, A. C. Pord, Chas. P. Tubbs, John Decker, S a B the recovered Dot ES Tom and received

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  1. Hamilton Evening Journal,
  2. 22 Nov 1893, Wed,
  3. Page 3

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