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JUN 4
Nations of the World Will Pledge Friendship to America
at Vast Panama-Pacific International Exposition
THE NEWS-HfciRAL,l), HM.
Photo copyright, 1914, by Panama-Pacific International Exposition Co., H. 8. Crocker Co., official photographers.
How a Portion of the Main Group of Exhibit Palaces at the Panama-Pacific International Exposition Looks Ten Months Before the Gates Open
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HIS view, taken from the roof of the completed Pnlnee of Education and Social Economy, shows nearly fifty acres under roof. Along the bay shore, beginning at the left, are the Palaces of Food Products, Agriculture, Trans
portation and Mines. In the distance Is the completed Palace of Machinery, covering about nine acres, In which exhibits are now being Installed. To the right are the Palaces of Liberal Arts, Manufactures and varied Indus
tries. In the left background Is the Golden Gate. The photograph was taken during the latter part of March, and great progress has been made since thut time. The picture was selected because it shows the vastness of
the building operation
SPLENDORS OF THE UNIVERSE TO BE
SHOWN AT SAN FRANCISCO IN 1915
A SCENE of splendor and glory unrivaled in the history of world's exposi
tions is assured the visitor to tl)e great Panamn-Paclflc Interna
tional Exposition at San Francisco in 1015. Thousands of workmen
' are now rushing to completion the vast exhibit palaces that face
north on the shores of San Francisco harbor Just Inside the Golden Gate, and
a conclave of nations unsurpassed by history is assured at this stupendous
celebration at which the United States, Joined by the nations of the world,
will celebrate the opening of the Panama canal.
Thirty-four great countries have accepted the invitation to take part in
the Exposition. This Is four times as many nations as had agreed to partici
pate at any other exposition at a similar time before its opening.
The fact that the Panama-Pacific International Exposition will be ready in
every detail long before the opening day on Feb. 20, lOiri, is only what tho
world expected of the men who have this International Exposition in charge.
More than OO.OOO of the world's leading exhibitors will have their exhibits
installed In the vast exhibit hulls when the Exposition opens to the world.
This is an unparalleled record In the history of universal expositions.
I "HI I ' -A" -l' " "
Photo copyright, 1914, by Panama-Pacific Internattswal Exposition Co.
H. S. Crocker Co., official photographers.
"AMERICAN PIONEER," A FRONTIER EQUESTRIAN
STATUE AT THE EXPOSITION.
THE "American Pioneer" ,s an equestrian statue which is to stand
at the entrance to the Court of Palms at tho Panama-Pacific
International Exposition at San Francisco In 1915. The sculptor
Is Solon H. Borglum, whose studies of western figures and wild
animals of the Rockies have attracted attention throughout the world.
Photo copyright, 1914, by Panama-Pacific International Exposition Co.
H. S. Crocker Co., official photographers.
THE TURKISH GOVERNMENT BUILDING AT THE PANAMA-PACIFIC
INTERNATIONAL EXPOSITION.
ONE of the most beautiful and spacious of the pavilions erected by
the thirty-four foreign nations which up to this time have de
cided to participate at the great Exposition Is the replica of the
Sultan's Palace, now being built by the Ottoman empire at San
Francisco at a cost of $300,000.
HANDSOME BOOK ON PANAMA-PACIFIC INTERNATIONAL
EXPOSITION AND PANAMA CANAL REGION FREE.
A HANDSOME bpok of sixty pages. Illustrated profusely in colors
and giving detailed descriptions of the Panuma-Paclllc Inter
national Exposition to be held In Bun Francisco from Feb. 20
until Dec. 4, 1015, and of the Panama canal and the canal re
gion, will be mailed by the Panama-Pacific International Exposition free
of charge to all lnquirors. Write to the Manager, the Bureau of Pub
lications, Panama-Pacinc International' Exposition, Exposition building.
Ban Francisco, for the booklet.
I . '. &?- - yi,n m?' im rNjppt?2xli Z- Nibj
Photograph courtesy San Francisco Chronicle
NAILING OLD GLORY TO MAST ABOVE GOLDEN GATE AT PANAMA-PACIFIC EXPOSITION
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IIE photography shows Miss Mary Elizabeth Payne, the vocalist of Missouri, raising the Hag over the
dome of the Palace of Manufactures, 1(!0 feet from the ground In the foiegruuud Is the ten aero
area, with solid concrete walls, of the central Court of tin Onii'ie. which, when completed, will be
the most beautiful plaza In the world.
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photo copyilght, 1914, by Panama-Pacific International Exposition Co. II. S.Crocker Co., official photographer.
THE FIVE ACRE CALIFORNIA HOST BUILDING AT THE PANAMA-PACIFIC EXPOSITION.
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ALIFOKXIA, as host to the world. Is erecting a' vast palace In which elaborate entertainments will tip
given during the Pnimnin-Pnilfle International Exposition at San Francisco. .The building, which,
with Its furnishings, will cost $000,000. will bo constructed In Mission style of arehitectuie. Besides
helng n neuter of soiliil and otllclal activities, It will house a wealth of exhibits.
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M THH colossal tlguro in the foreground, "Water," Is one J&ffi$JsSsX
J, of the horizontal compositions typifying the four if-Sf
j . elements by Robert I. Aitkin for the Panania-Pacitk A 'Sffifytytw i
' IIL International Exposition. San Francisco, 1015. At the left fa v 4 $?$ ,, '
Vy '-an be seen the sculptor's model from which the assist JsJa s ' ViBiv '
' J nuts made tne enlargement. These rour ngures win ui ,- -;&;:v "t?k
piacea at me descent imo tne sunsen garuen or ine jouri j- ' '1-,tWt&.
Si' f ft feL-" " v'1 i
Photo copyright, 1914, by Panama-Paclno International Exusltion Co. 11. d. Crocker Co., official photogrupheis.
SCULPrOR FINISHING ENLARGEMENT IN STUDIOS Of PANAMA-PACIFIC EXPOSITION.
LYNCHBURG.
June 1, -1914.
Decoration Day was observed 1 ere
with a greater number of people pr s
ent than for many years. Rev. Drccli
delivered a very scholarly and fore ul
address, which was highly apprecU' d
by all present and especially the G A.
R. Boys. The parade was compose' of
the following : Sunday School child, en,
K. S. P. hoys, the Jr. O. U. A. M. and
the G. A. R,., followed by the DeL'i. cy
band. All graves of the soldiers were
decorated by beautiful flowers. S x
members of the Post have passed a y
since last Decoration Day,
The rededlcatlon of the Ghrlsidn
church Sunday was an all day all r.
The other churches of the town Joined
in making it a union service. l v.
Snlvely, of Lewlstown, 111., was in
town and preached two excellent si -mons.
At the morning and afterni on
services over $C000 was subscribed.
Miss Llllle Farisdonated a pipe oiu -n.
Mrs. J. F, Barnhill has returnrd to
her home In Indianapolis, after a 1Mb
with her mother, Mrs. AsenthaTe' ,
Joe Smith, of Cincinnati, was hi re
over Sunday.
Donal Phllhour and James Leu ni
are visiting relatives in Springfield
Wylle Ruble and wife entertiiicd
John Kibler and wife, of Martinsvi'e,
and Mr. and Mrs. Flemmlng, of Ail.
Olive, Sunday.
Will Conner and family, of Blanches
ter, were guests of Clarence Dean and
wife, Saturday.
Gladys Garner Is spending her vai-1-tion
with Marion Garner and family.
A son was born to Mack Davis and
wife, Sunday.
J.T. Bobbltt and wife entertained
Rev Snlvely while here.
Warren Morrow and II. B. Gallic t
were appointed as delegates from i i.e
the M. E. S S. to the Sunday Scho d
Conventional Greenfield, June 4
Bircli King and wife and son, of 'o
lumbus, spent the week end with tier
mother, Mrs. Alice Richards.
Dan Murphy and fatnilv, of Brldt-.
port, 111., visited relatives here n e
latter part of the week
Mrs. S. S. Puckett estertained Mr,
Mont Lacy and son, Uliil, of Hillsbmo,
and Frank Lacy, of Hamilton, Suiniiy(
C. A. Michael and wife areguesta of
their daughter, Mrs. W E. Booth, a
Klnmore, since Wednesday.
W. A. Saylor visited his sister, Mrs.
Flora Gustin, of Belfast, Wednesday.
Frank McNlcol and wife, of Carey
town, spent Sunday with W. T. Nolder.
Mrs. J. E. Stabler and son, of 11 ills
boro, were visitors here Thursday.
Misses Inez Morrow and Manetta
Kellis and Floyd Sonner, of Coluranusj
spent last week with their parents.
Jas. Layman and wife entertained
their son and family, of Covington,
Ky., a part of last week
Gus Bering was with his parents in
Covington, Ky , Sunday.
Wm. Dewey, of Blanchester, spent
last week with Mrs. Salle Clevelad.
The L. A. S. of the M. E. church w 111
meet at the home of Mrs. Carrie Mad
den on Thursday afternoon.
Mrs. Anna Fields, of Cincinnati, was
with home folks over Sunday.
LonBIshirand wife, of II ami ton,
spent Sunday with Ids mother.
Miss Ruth Mauntell, of Illllsboio,
spent Sunday with Miss Bessie Hunter.
Chas. Richards and wife, of Hills
boro, spent Sunday with J. L. DeLauev
and wife.
Margaret DeLaney, of Hyde Park,
was with her parents, Ed DeLanuj and
wife, over Sunday.
Mrs. Jim Roush and children were
visitors in New Vienna Thur-d iy.
Miss Hazel M. Galllett, of Covington,
Ky spent Saturday and Sunday with
home folks.
Farmers, mechanics, railroaders,
laborers, rely on Dr. Thomas1 Elect rlo
Oil. Fine for cuts, burns, bruises.
Should be kept In every home. 2oo
and 50c. adv
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