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The Marshall republican. (Marshall, Saline County, Mo.) 1899-1914, June 16, 1899, Image 1

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THE
MARSHALL REPUBLICAN.
vol.. vm. .MA li.St I ALL, SALIN'K t'OUXTV, MiSSOlM.I, .It'NI. lt. IMUi. x... ilS
I. O. O. F- DECORATION DAY. Virginia, Ma'y 11, tSiy. tlic ninth .son of Joseph MEETS IN MARSHALL.
nml Mary Ann Kea. His mother d)ing when
Mn.sliall Lodge, No. l"o, I. O. O. 1'. asscm- he was hut a )outh, his father moved In Mis- Program of Seventh Anntul Convention of the
Med In their hull on Tuesday afternoon at f, sourl settling In Cooper County this stale In Foilr,, Diitrict Eni'civor Union. June 16.18.
o'clock, whore they donned their regalia -md the early part of Soon bereft of all par-
proceeded in entringes to the Kldge I'.uk Cent- cntal guidance through the dentil of his father, The Fourth Disttirt Convention of the C. 15.
utcry grounds, catrjing cut flowers ami ever- which followed shortly, yet even at this time Union will lie called to order nt the Cumber
greens with which to decotale the staves of his moral habits were very pronounced. land l'rcsb)tcrinn church in lliis city on l'rt-
those once memlivrs of their beloved order- I'liiting with the Cumberland Presb) Icrian day evening at 7:,y. President J. II. Toomay
Descending from the caniages nt the gales, church in 18,10, the following year he became of Scdalia presiding- Many delegates have
the metnbeis "marched with even tread, into one of its ministry and I torn this lime, his life nirived, and the attendance will probably until
Hie tilent city of thr deml." where in n large has licet, given up wholly lo the Master, sere- her nluve the bundled mark. The visitors are
circular fotmntlon nronnd one of the ginves, inj, ns a missionary, evangelist, pastor of sever- being ctitertniud bv members of the C. P.
the exercises of the evening wete held. The nl widely scattered ehnrches at one time, mod- nnd Christian eli'im-lns, these twolwlng the
nddrcsso! the occasion was made by Dr. I), trator of the general assembly ol his church, only oiien, baling Christian Itlldravni orgnnb
C. Cote, who in eloquent nnd lmKissioned pnstor of .several influential chinches, president rations.
terms paid tributes to the dead of their nnin- (f the Missouri Female College at lloonville. The ptngrnn. of the convention Is ns follows:
lier, dwelling vety llmely nnd tonchingty ttK many nre both the works of toil he has ettditr- I'MlliAV.
the nims and motives of unorder, which has Kl mlj tlL. honors that have lieeii iikiii him be- -:v), Song Sf rvtce.
for its wiilchwotd, "Friendship, I.ovcj'and slowed, for his usefulness has not been lived in Address of VA'elrouu'-Kev. II. T. Wli.ltton,
Truth," Imptessing the nndience, "villi what vain, but lecognied nnd acknowledged. Marshall.
joys nnd opportunities weie added to lives Kev. Kea was married in "43 lo MUs Mary Kctpotise Kev J. II Toomay, Scclati.i,
bonded in such brotherhood. The sentiment F.vaugclim- Ktibvy, both living to celebrate l.vctllle Kjv It. ' UllflnKer. Wnrrens
of the oration, was that which formed mi mi- their golden wedding in (Mulivr Yet in mx-.
chor in every licntl, nnd the tide of swt-ct thee few years, his wife has proceeded him to HATntliAV.
memories for those iccalted in thotiglit. wemcd the grave, nnd now both test licncntli the , . ' .
,,,,,,, ... 6:i a. m Snnti-e waver meeting
to .wwp away rdt oilier fieling.. Md the i,ow of the ib. FiviMhlldren of the de- ' S ,i-ii .ml prniie rrie.
MK,.ker to carry his andlence with him. in the . IivillKi Alm V.. Carrie P.. Joseph ' , J, Uki;llVH1( t0
tender lh..nl.ls ho choicely rspre.l. Mai v . allll ItoU.,t ,;. Christ" -Kev. C.eorge T. lUdy. Ilcnville.
Flowers mid evergreens wer.- then placed . . . . .,, .. , .
upon the graves of the mcmlrers of this order, MpntI ACCorl tTlrtv ,,nrTC ,l 1 Uef0,W ' A,,,I
who lie In sleep nt this bcatifl cemetery: MEDICAL ASSOCIATION MEETS. Scd.lu
. . 1 Kcpotlk, Apintuiriit of CoinmiUevs, etc.
tlictr names arc: The Saline Cnuiity Medical Aassocialion Addrca-ltcv. Potman, Scdalia.
. ' 1 1 vt! t tr t l!!miiio' 'v regular mutual meeting In this city J:0op. .... Addrts.. -Junior Work for
, T . "v I xL I-" I r" tart Tl,eiM,'' l",rt -n( ""- Ml- Kale Jl.ua. St. I.
l, C. Althonse. t. H Alexand.,. 1. J. TIlc ,11itlt;., r . ioI1 ,IK,U,W, ,,.,,.. M;. 0ti. Phllii, OJesar
):n::,',i:JS.,';pJSco.U..lr,1 C H,: ?fy year, which M AdUrcs.- .-S.ewa.d.h.p of Mon-
,,..,.,' . v m... lemilled as foll ms ey" Uev. S. O. Clay, I'ytle.
Danlllarriaon. A-A. Mi. Pte.Went. Dr. J. P. WaKer. of llatdetnan; 7:,0i Sour rvlee.
Uev. Ilently chosl Hie ixercisfs In n prayer , ; l " , , , , , 1 , , T 7 . ,
for and benediction np the order. Though ,,4t N icc '":' "r- Klc Mil of Uack- :oo p. 1.1. Jt.nior Oradnatlt.R Itxe.clse..
this Is the fir-, year ihe Odd l Hows have oh- JJ W"? U W-- 7. to :,. m. All Kndeat-ortrs rer..-t.
ervd n I)s,ratn.n IUy. tlnir intention is to h1iU; .VA Vlce-Pres.. Dr. II. C. I Irndshaw- el to observe the Unlet Hour In their own
yeatlv hold l.enie.imtll services. hnvlnRet l' Ar.ow Kocki .Sexrelnry. Dr. D. I'. Hell of tooms. ,, ,
nrttbe fccond Tuit-lay in June for this Ml"1",' -:lo n. .... Sunday .school. Attend church
p..rnoc. fcrvic9"-
PART OF SITE FOR SALE. , "u I' , 1 mof ,
REV. P C. RCA. I,. arson. District Supt. SudalU.
,, ,, , , ,, ... ,, troop, in. Men's imctlng.
Kev. Pete. O.slu.an Ken died at the Home of H-Cov. Coleman, J. P. (.roves nnd .V II. ( . AddresHe.l by
IiIhhoii. Kobvit It. oil llitiiiawiik Axenne. Ill Umry n cnnimltlce from the lUxtrd of ARrl- Ua(u S(
this cltv on June i.vh. iw t the mature nge sUtlturc apisiintcd to vi.lt Ihe site for the State ))( p'. rvico. Mr.T. T Cray
of H.jears. 1 mouth aud 4 days. The ftmeial l'lr ('.rounds met in Sedalia Monday nnd in- '
Ktvices of this aged mliiUter were held at the fpefitod the site. " " ,.-, ,, ,., n
CumU-.land Presbyterian church nt , o'clock Alter lluetlKtttion. itivas thought Initio P- Address -YA ui. II. Hlack, D.
on Thursday morning, conducted by Kev. retain only i.tj acrea of the otllnnt tract of 'r1'"' . , ,,.r,v..s
Ilouxoflha. church a -d from there, burial .On donated, and sell th, .emalulug sround. Co ecr.tlou aervice-Ia-v. j. II. locJ,
twk place at Kldge ParWAi""" - the proceeds of which are to be used III ! :,w',,,' vt.
The deceased was uA In Henry County, glnnli.R the work ofluiprovliig the Rroi.nd. Hcn.J Tim MAWiii.u.i. KKreiWCAX.

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