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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 25 October 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. TEIIDTE TO Dt- FHKI llslieas or the HimmH TsJWy Medi l leeMr m Imw If Dr. , OhoftUia- Al the regular meeting or the Ml (tour I Valley Mstrlet Medleal Heelety of Marshall on Tuesday, Oct. 1Mb, ISM, the following memorial to thi late Dr . W. O. Plsaer M adopted l Dr. W.O. Fisher Is dead and the Mlsaoarl Valley Medleal Association Joins the medl ml profession of Hallae Oounly. In deplor ing hli lou. Dr. risher wan horn In Hallne County. Mo., Feb. lejaia. graduated from Ihe Mis Miurl Mimical Concur of Ml. l,oiil,andprac Herd medicine successfully at hlihomr.ua til he moved to the city of Marshall In las, alMi at thlt place up to the time of hlsdeatb tvt.wh, IWI. in the death of Dr. Wilier the medical urofeanlon of Hallne, has lost one of Ha tronicett and beat man. The Ufa of honest, upright man needs no praise, It U a living example, and can never le without Influence. It has been said that there an two factor that stand nut prominently In eviy medical man's IKei on...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 25 October 1901

MARSHALL KEPU6LICAN. 7 Re EsMt, AltttfKtS, Ll m Hsmce. tvimtNvwcstM u sum WOOD & HUSTON BANK. Marshall - Missouri Capital 100,000, Surplus - " - $100,000. Geo. A. M'irell, President, J. P. Hunton, J. C. Lamkin, Caxhler. Aiwt. CHshiet BANK OF MARSHALL CAPITAL, 150,00000' MARSHALL, MlRSOUm, Southwest Corner Square. DIHKCTOHS : James Martin, Alex Denny, Geo. IT, Althouse, . W. H. Allison, Jam Denny. A OKNKRAL BANKING BUBINKS8 TRANSACTED. H. O. ALLKN OKO. N. ORRAR ALLKN & ORKAR, IISWAICE, REAL ESTATE, LIAI AIERT) AH TITLE AISTRMTEKS. MARSHALL. MISSOURI DO YOU WANT TO SAVE MONEY ? Knd In your diiim unit sdil-vta mid ( our C4UloUMoritll kind of MrrrhandlM at prlcduf)liiKrimplimHi. fully lllustrnt- Ml MtHlOfCUM Milt Oil recvlat tit Ml) ft SUSi e. KAIIN.UKKKN IIKKHRK. "I lo Ml Ifearburii Ht.,fllili', III, JOHtnloKUt innllmt during July. Tfcla tlgastar U em every be o( Ike fMula Lnntive BronMhQtiiriM raotou Ike assiody Ihm rtirwi mU la slay Oellafta m J.fftrM Pilgriatga. "Give me tom...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 25 October 1901

MARSHALL KCrUBLICAM. RAHT WMT RAILROAD TINE TABLES . BART? WKMTJ tifc JS iJ iSJl iJi iSji GOODALL'S ONE YEAR FREE WE have made arrangement with the pnblitther of Gooddl's Fanner aod Weekly Drorara Journal of Chicago whereby every perron who pay one year's sub scription in advance to MARSHALL REfUBUCAN will alro receive Goodall's Farmer for one year without any ad ditional charge. Remember all you have to do is to send in $1.00 for one year's subscription to MARSHALL RE PUBLICAN and tell uk that you want Goodall's Farmer and we will have it Kent to you. for one year without any additional expeiine. Remember thin offer it only for a lim ited time, ho take advantage of it at once. Send all order to rttRSIMLL RfPUHKAIf, MffSli, Ml. "DST M0K11Q." Experts aViganl tss Habit m a 8iga of Iocipivut Pansis- A physician had lo wait the other day for two houra In an office build ing. Aa be aat In Idleneaa a nan with afresh but unlit cigar in bia mouth came into the room and began to talk. He tal...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 25 October 1901

MAKSHALL REPUBLICAN. 9 ATtfEd9$e. Any mm csb predace a tout scrips f the hi, nhrulH hlMtir is cob trned, by holding a dollar cloac to kla arc. tm total eciinet el health is often pro dwcod In much the by letting tha dollar ahtK out fraw view all other t hi ties end Interests. A great, naay people pay for weakh with health aad admit at bat that they have made a pear bargain, fa the chaae ef the dollar peak are too eager to take time to eat regularly or'chooae proper food, the atoBMca becomes disordered or diseased, the food eat ea ceaeea to' aourieh, aad physical break down coaico Dr. Plerce'a Ooldea Medical DUcovery irea diseases of the taiack aad other or gaaaof dlgeatioa aad trlttoa aad ao eaablei I the atreagtkenlng of the oony.in me owy way ny I which atrenith caa he ob- Itaiaed, by food properly digested aad perfectly assimilated. I ssBYred for fear yean with pala tn my etoaiach to that al limn couldn't work aor tat. write Mr. Prank amUh, ol Oranltt. ctuftr Co., Colo. "I wrote ...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 25 October 1901

to MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. LOCAL IN MIEF. Mrs. P. L. Ayr li on the sick lint. Ed Campbell, of Ayres, ws hers Monday. Utile Ots, of Slater, wu In Marshall Monday. Mini Florlan Yerby tpent Saturday in Itoonvllle. Mr. Samuel Davis returned Mon day from Bed all a. Mint Roxelle Vanoey, of Artnitronsr, in visiting In Marshall. Mr. J. M. Robert left Monday af ternoon for Kansas City. D. A. Hancock and wife, of Black burn, were here Monday. J. L. Miller and wife will attend the horse show In Kansas City. S. W. Harris, of Sharon, wa in the city thin week on business. Minn Llxxle McCormlck, of thccnun ty, wa In shopping Saturday. Jon. Ilamlll and wife relumed Mon day from the Buffalo exposition. Dr. It S. Yancey, of Armstrong, wan a Sunday vlnllor in Marihall. lVter Fallbush, of Huntsvllle, wa a Marshall visitor Monday and Tuesday. K. C. Love, representing the Kansas Cit' World, was In Mamhall Mon day. Mr. and Mm. Hen Bertholf. of Shackelford, were In the city Satur day. I. M. Walker and W. C. G...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 25 October 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. II LOCAL IN IRIEF. Mrs. Frank Ayres was the guest of Slater relatives this week. Mrs. Dr. Harrison Is visiting friends In Kansas City, this week. Mrs. A. L. Jurden was the guest of Slater relatives this week. Miss Kate Krvlu spent Sunday at Alma, with Mrs. 1. W. Horner. Mrs. Young Kdwards returned to her home in Slater Wednesday. Mesdamc J. M. Conway and K. W. Dawes were In Kansas City this week. Mrs. T. .1. nill and children have gone to St. Louis, their future home. Louis Neal, of Islington, a former oltlren of Marshall, was here this week. MesdamesT. W. Hunter and .1. K. Harris were In Kansas City this week. J. Lnwensteln and wife left Tuesday for a visit with relntlws In Versailles and St. Louis. Miss Hell Hlghtshoe, of Kansas City, is the guest of her coulsln, Thomas Hell, and family. Miss Georgia Kdwards, of Slater, was here Tuesday to attend the Martin- Young wedding. Mr. and Mrs. Kd Miller, of Arrow Hock, were tho guests of Marshall friends this week. Mi...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 25 October 1901

12 MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. FOUND GUILTY. Church Trial Eafc in Defeat of John HauMm. Thurvlny'n Solnllii Ciipltitl, The Rev. John Hausam, who has been on 'trial before the digni taries of the German Methodist church for several days past, was last night found guilty of disloyalty to the church by the gentlemen who had heard the evidence. To the lay mitul the offense of the Rev. Mr. Hnttsam is not clear, but it is stated in a general way that he has been the cause of din agreements in the congregation in ttiore ways than one, but that he, specifically, advocated the uc of the Knglish languuge at one ser vice each Sunday, and insisted that it be used. John Hausam was for years in the grocery business here. He has been always a worker, earning his bread by his labor. Sundays he has gone into tl.e country districts to supply pulpits where no regular minister was employed, and gener ally be has txren regarded as a rug ged Christian gentleman. Four years ago he was the Re publican candidate f...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 1 November 1901

liARSHALL-'REPUBLICAN VOL. X. MARSHALL, SALINE COUNTY. MISSOURI, NOVEMBER 1. 1901. NO. $9. MSSWM RfMNLKAN EMTMS' SWIMS. In Missouri Republican editors of the coun try preM at this time have a feeling of inde pendence in politics. No boss of the party lias them in tew with promise of an office or preferment, and that usually has little effect on them any way. Consequently they are ex tremely effective in mutter of organization. They are thoroughly wakened to the issues and that they are so con vet sunt speaks well for their industry and appreciation. The fear ful frauds that have been committed in the cities engage their attention largely this week and there is also a wholesome nud general ex prcssion in the family councils that argues' well for the morals of the parly. The Warreuton Banner takes a stand upo.i Federal appointments that speaks well for its patriotism and good judgment: "President Roosevelt turns down an appli cant for a high appointment because he heard the applicant ...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 1 November 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Entered at the Polofflce In Marshall, Mo., at gecond-clans matter. TERMS: 11.00 PER YKAH IN ADVANCE. J. H. HUNTER, Editor. MARSHALL, MISSOURI, NOVRMBKR I, I90I. J, H. HUNTER, Lawyer, (Formerly ()rvr A Hunter.) OffliM over Itmik of Hnllne MARSHALL, MISSOURI. Where arc Gov. Dockery's experts? Mrs. Grant, widow of Gen. U. S. Grant, is ill at her home in Washington. The Democrats of Rich Hill, Mo., have in dorsed Admiral Schley for president. It has been suggested that if Grovcr Cleve land becomes a candidate again, he may be correctly called the advance agent of adversity- The latest surprise to the world is the sug gestion of an English Russian alliance. When the lion and the hear lie down together where will be the lamb? Boss Croker and his Tammany tiger are to be seut out to grass. Seth Low will occupy the stable (or a season. So say the indications for the New Yorkjelection. There is a reckless disposition to "break records" these days. The...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 1 November 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. aaraaalraneea) ism Overshoes X 3fl PHIs Good,' Silks, Velvet.. Writs' Ms, iMeS; Writs' orsets, Htsiery, DMcrwear. Mrl. "" Jj 4 .iii aenaMaaaaaaak. " - ' FALL m WlMfcfcsK GOODS, A, RELIABLE MERCHANWSE, Month's ago; we -'began to prepare for the coming of fall and winter-searched the markets for the Best Goods, and now the whole store tells of the new seasons' Best Goods. "The leaves are falling, the nights are growing cooler, Autumn is here, We are prepared to supply your wants in, all thegoods mentioned above and many others. We do not mention price details to-day, but you will find them right. $ Come and see our New Goods. . X IT PAYS TO TRADE AT THIS STORE X S. Y. & t M. WRIGHT. - - MtfMMiuoiii t. Mrs. Robert Irvine, of Firvillr, celebrated her birthday by giving a musicale ItmtSstiirdayrvening. The whole house was in gala attire and was very attractive with its great bunches of autumn leaven and chrysanthemum, in every nook and corner. The violin orchestr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 1 November 1901

4 MARSHALL tEPUBLICAN. A "U Hmi Party.' A delightful eveaing wu spent Thursday with Mis Naacy Hawk an at her home on East Yerby. The little informal party was given in honor of her guest, Miss Osborne, of Gallatin, Mo. Miss Hawkins understands the secret of making her guests (eel perfectly at home and a merry time was the result of her efort upon this occasion. The principal diver sion of the evening wan a "left handed contest in which each at tempted to write with the left hand a sentence of nine words, each one commencing with the letter S. "Sixteen sweet Sans Sotisis spent Saturday seeking strawberries," won a prise for Mr. Ben Striker. Music and dainty refreshments con cluded the enjoyable event. The guests present were: Misses Lamkin, Brown, Elizabeth Knox, Gauldin, Bradford and Taylor; Messrs. Ben Striker, Denny, Fran- cisco, Gauldin, Grecian, Fisher and Dr. Ming, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Naylor, Mesdames Eugene Hawk ins and C. T Hawkins. Nutting Parties. Saturdsy morning the childr...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 1 November 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. MISSOURI BND1AV0R OtTOCJRS R H Wafgowcr. of Kmmm City. Chosea State Pieahkat at Moberty TcDey. Molwrly, Mo., Oct. 28. The Slate Christian Endeavor Convert lion hrld two meetings yesttrdnv one for men, addressed hy Mr. Newell or Chicago, and one for women, addressed by MUs Ben Oleel,' formerly a Jewess, and Mr. Brrett of Canton. The following officers were elected: President, R. H. Waggoner, Kan aaa City; vice-president, Rev F E. Henry, Mo'ietly; secretary, Mir C. K. Cameron, St. I.otiis; treas urer, Miss Carrie Hershy, Kansas City; junior superintendent, Miss KatelHxus, St. Louis. Department Superintendents Missionary, Rev. A.J. McMullin, Parkvill.-; evan gelistic, Rev. J. A Smith, Kirks ville; good citizenship, Rev. A. S. Hughey. St Charles; correspond ence, Wallice Agin, Kansas City. Advisory Boatd of Pasiors- Bap tist, Rev. W. W. Boyd, St. Louis; Congregational, Rev. C. T. Whet I er, Kanas City; Christian, Rev. Granville Snell. Memphis; Cunt berland Presbyter...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 1 November 1901

6 MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. THEODORE 10O8ETELT. Willian Allen White's Asal-sis of tba President When Roosevelt said that he would follow McKlnley's policy, It Is foolish to presume that Roosevelt meant to give a servile Imitation of McKlnley. The new president will accept the Mc Klnley legacy of unfinished work, but every unsolved problem will have to pass muster at the court of Roose veil's personal conviction, and In form Ing ths conviction the new president will show an almost unknown side of his character to the country. Some people have expressed the fear that Itoosevelt is dangerous In the presl dency because he will have to under take tank's new to him, aod for which he is not prepared. These, doubtless, miss oue of the essential point of this unclassified man. He has always at tacked problems about which ho knew nothing beforehand, and has solved them. It w.is so In the police commls mission. It was so In the navy de partmvnt. It was eminently so In the governorship of New York. ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 1 November 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. AlNMIfteflSL Tha Greatest World Ftwsr. Tfct iewn erltr It ttfaf the Mat, MMM M WO- m sea kftak let m Um tow cftarantllUptMtiMi ta assay a csmatry tows. Wmm mm ii frees the la- lags, sad cat still ia Any as k invited to by letter, fne, mm O tVOM 'V itaaaaaaaaB mBhgSjar-AenBBBBBBr iasanBBBBBBV tohtrmtdstty. All corrtsaoaainM it held at strictly nti wis m4 Mflwlly t-t k JT OTHWITVIttli vt drcts Dr. IL V. PfttrctfBtjMilOMY. Dr. Mtret't Fa -?orite Piteti Intlosi U ewcaUarly tad particularly a med IdM (or the cart of womaaly dit HHi It tab lithca resrulsritv. drtet weakening drake, beak lanamma Uoa tad ulceration, tad caret female "Yon have my heart-felt thanks far Mm klad advice yon trot m." wrttrs Mr. rioRncc Archer, of Ram. Matoa Co.. Teaa. "Words fall 10 eipma what I eadartd for aboat eiahl rira wHh Ratal traaMe. The awM pain that had to radar each moalh. no toaga can eaprcas. Thrae besrlse-oowa palaa. backache, headache. eistrees la my atomach and aorea. In my tw...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 1 November 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. LOCAL IN RIEF. Kd Hawkins and S. P. Wither, of Falrvllle, were In town Friday. The Q. A A. railroad sold 148 tick ets for the Illgginsvllle excursion. J. W. Taylor, of ML Leonard, was smiling on his friends In Marshall Monday. II. II. Downing returned from the Kansas City horse show on Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Patterson re turned from the homo show on Satur day evening. Miss Sadto Ancell, of Slater, Is vis iting the family of J. .f. Klrkpatrlck on College Hill. Justthlnkof it. Good bye mer cbaum. Twenty-two million corncob pipe were made In Mo., last year. We were glad to see that our mer chants had a big trade on Saturday In spite of tho threatening weather. A. Pcccher got tired selling gro ceries and went with the collego foot ball team to Illgginsvllle on .Monday. Miss llozzlo Vancey, of Armstrong, who has been visiting Ml Jessie Sparks, returned to her home on Sat urday. M. and Mrs. C. M. Hurriiss, of Westport, Mo., an? visiting the tat ter's par...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 1 November 1901

MARSHALL tt PUBLIC AM. 9 MM & (I ted Est, JUstracts, Lnrs arrmtiwwtsttf u sum WOOD & HUSTON BANK. MARSHALL MlMOUlI Capital Surplus $100,000, $100,000. Geo. A. Mtirrll, Presideat, J. P. Htiftton, Cashier. J. C. Larahia, Asst. Caskiei BANK OF MARSHALL , CAPITAL, f 50,000 00 Mamiall. MlMOURI, Southwest Cormr Square. DIRECTORS : James Martla, Alex Denny, Altbouse, James Denny. Geo. H. W. II. Allison, A GENERAL BANKINO BUSINESS TRANSACTED. H. O. ALLKN OKO. If. ORKAR ALLENAOREAR, MSMiAMCf, KAl ESTATE, LIAI AftEIT All TITLE AISTIACTEIS. MARSHALL, MISSOUR DO YOU WANT TO SAVE MONEY ? Bend In your name and address and get our Catalogues of all kinds of Merchandise at price defying competition. Fully Illustrat ed catalogue sent on receipt of Wo for post age. KAHN.URKKN HKHUKK, T to Ml Dearborn 8t ..Chicago, III, 0aOatalogue mailed during July. Ttli ilgnstete Unlive s Urns U ea every sea of the gsaalas BrifeW Qiiaiisr Tablets iot ai mm irooinia. Why let Mate tee him efthe Om- Ury'i Firs...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 1 November 1901

10 MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. , LOCAL IN IRIEF. Buggies, buggies. Mahard it Son. Will Davidson and wife, or Little Hock, were In town Tuesday. When you want a first-class turn out in the Ilverjr line, call a'. Held'. .19 4t For bungle and surrlee aee Ma hardi'. W Mr. and Mr. Frank Naylor hare gone to housekeeping In their coxy new cottage on Highland. When In Marshall take your horse to Hold's new barn, Corner West Ar row and English avenue. 39 4t A nice clean business situated oo the square for sale. For particulars call at the office of this paper. Dr. G. A. Beckers, of Shackelford, accompanied by his brother, J. B., of Kansas City, were In Marshall Saturday. SAY! Do you enjoy real WicK wheat and real Ma- plo Syrup? Why, of course : llolh may be bought of t W. MII.KH. Misses Kllen and Kmlly Black, Mar tha Ilea, Minnie Murrell and Mabel McCluro were among those who went to Hlgglnsvllle Monday. The IlKI'L'HLlCAN wants a corres pondent In every school district In the county. We want the ne...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 1 November 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. II SEE OUR SPECIALS. $25 i Jt shoes! &a $3.50 1 jXV FOR LADIES 1 AND MEN. 1 The Hest ValiKM to bo found in Central Mitojouri. Our Stock in cotnKwed of tho loading waken. Our personal guarantee Iraek of each pair. I AVE C Thin department in filled with fonhion'H MlUTLtf leading nhade. The Sovereign Glove at 91.00. The Peerlem Glove at $1.50. The Tro fouwe Glovea 91.75 are well known to the good drewmin of this country. Every pair properly fitted and guaranteed. Nyers & Bell Sites ni Dry Ctiis, "35 Marshall Opera House. ALL NEXT WEEK THE 6IBNEY STOCK COMPANY. Monday Nighty The 4-Aet Comedy Drama, IN 1 WOWAJTS POWER! 18 - PEOPLE! - 18 8 HIGH (LASS SPECIALTIES! 8. 14 Years of Success! 14. THE BEST AT ANV PRICE! Seat Sa'e at Marshall Book Store. PRICES. 10, 20 and 30c Ladies free Monday night only, wild each paid 30 cent ticket. Undies free tickets roust be secured at the Marshall Hook Store IfwptiM to Mm. Eaills Mayer. The reception Riven Wednesday af ternoo...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 1 November 1901

12 MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Miwourl Club Women. The sixth annual meeting of the Missouri Federation of Women's Clubs at St. Joseph, Mo , October 33, 34 and 35th, has come to an end and the delegates sent from the Monday Club, Mesdanies Mary Harvey and Maurice Hagedorn, have returned, atso Mrs.O.S. liar din. who is one of the directors of the state board. The ladies are very enthusiastic over the hospi tality shown them by the club wo men of St. Joseph and said that all the meetings were full of pleasure, inspiration and profit. A feeling permeated the conven tion in the very beginning that it was not a woman's right affair, but a gathering of the bright rep resentative women of Missouri, to improve conditions of society by placing higher ideals before the public in club department work and thus accomplish as a united force what individual work could not do. The meetings were held at the Tabernacle Congregational church, which was ablaze with white and gold, the federation color and ros ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 8 November 1901

MARSHALL---REPUBLIGAN. r ' ' . . - r n ' - VOL. X. MARSHALL, SALINE (JOUNTY; MISSOJURI. NOVEMBER 5. 190L NO. 40 MASONIC BANQUET. The institution and' installation of officers , of Malta Lodge, No. 402, A. P. & A. M.r of Malta Bend, took place Tuesday evening, fol lowed hy a banquet at the opera home. , Mml The good people of Malta Bend have again , demonstrated their great ability 'to entertain. Thin last demonstration of their hospitality and good feeling has surpassed nil previottH efforts, and to one who knows the good people ol this vicinity it is saying very much indeed. The "feast of reason aiid flow of soul" was, occasioned by the institution of Malta Lodge, No. 402, A. F & A. M., and the installation of its officers hy Deputy Grand Master Rich ardsou. The attendance was large, quite a number of visiting brothers and their wives from sister lodges in the county being present, probably fifty guests or more. After the installation of officers, the large assembly of ladi...

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