September 16, 1898.

The celebration of Oklahoma State Day consisted of the usual entertainment at
the Auditorium, where a large number of Oklahoma's citizens gathered in the
early day and the following program was the order of the day:

Music     .    .    .    First Regiment Band
Address   .    .    .    President Wattles
Response  .    .    .    Governor Barnes of Oklahoma
Music     .    .    First Regiment Band
Address   .    .    .    J.C. Robberts, of Kingfisher, Oklahoma.
Address   .    .    .    Major E. A. Woodson of Oklahoma.
On the evening of September 20th, a dinner was given at the Omaha Club by the
Iowa Commission in honor, of Governor Shaw, the state officers, senators and
representatives in congress from Iowa, the president and executive committee of
the Exposition and the commissioners from the several states and territories
participating in the Exposition and others:  This dinner was exceedingly
successful, both in point of the menu served and on account of the excellent
toasts and music furnished.

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