STATES & CITIES: Kings & Queens

In the Autumn, when the harvest is over and the pumpkins are growing ripe, U. S. farmers have time to go to the cities, to make merry and to buy. To lure them many a city holds fairs, carnivals, sporting events; some cities go further, stage elaborate celebrations, make of them affairs of great social significance. Last week two such affairs were held in the chief cities of two great Western States.

Ak-Sar-Ben. In Omaha last week was held Nebraska's great State celebration — Ak-Sar-Ben. Nebraska spelled backward,...

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