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 - BECEPTTON TO McKIKLEY. Mr. and Mrs. E. C....
BECEPTTON TO McKIKLEY. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. McKinney Throw Open Their Hospitable Home. To meet Governor McKinley, Mr. and Mrs. R. C. McKinney issued Invitations to a number of prominent business men to their home last night from 9 to 11. Tbe spacious and beautiful home was resplendent with Bowers and the national colors. Gov. McKinley was unusually agreeable last night and seemed to take a great delight in meeting our citizens. To give the reception an additional charm there received with Mr. and Mrs. McKinney, MBS.— J. J. McMaken, Dan Mlllikln, J. B. Cornell, Joseph B. Hughes, H. L. Morey, S- D. Fitton, Bailie Woodrough, George Hughes, James Fitton, O. V. Parrisb, James W. See. MISSES.—' Katie Howell, Elizabeth Carr, Anna Macbeth. Some 150 of our prominent men cilled and paid their respects to Gov. McKinley. After a pleasant chat the guests were served an elegant lunch. The whole thing was one of the most complete and delightful receptions to a public man ever given in Ham.lton. The ladies were in full evening dress and in some instances wore exceedingly handsome gowns. Matie Millikin, May Beckett,

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  1. Hamilton Evening Journal,
  2. 18 May 1893, Thu,
  3. Page 3

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