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Vol. XIII. ' MARSHALL, SALINE COUNTY, MISSOURI DECEMBER 9, 1904. No. 48. REPORT OP THE CONDITION OK TUB Wood & Huston Bank, Marshall. Missouri. At the Close of Business. November 50. 1904. RESOURCES: l.o.i :inJ Discount 5663,31-1 17 Overdrafts 48 71 IbniUat I'reiciit Cull MjiKet Vjlue 40,981 "2 H.inklni; House and Lot 5.00CI 00 Other lU-al INUte 5,000 OH Due from Oilier Hank .. 200,42o 77 Ch In Vault ....!.,.;. 42,958 .W $957,732 39 LIABILITIES: Capital Stock lilJ In y $100,009 CO Surplus Fund 100.000 00 Undivided Profits 23,18 77 )?poMts Subject to Check 603,346 J8 Time Deposits 131,201 21 J957.732 39 The above statement Is correct. J. P. HUSTON, Cashier. Shot In th Eyt Dick Sanders, r Mului Bond, was shot In the eye Sunday l).v Pete Kyle while in "scrap" Willi lilm. Ho will lose the eye, wo are told. Both arc colored. County Committee Meeting Then' will Iku meeting of I In; Republican Central Committoo Saturday Dee. 17tli. 1904, ut 1 p. in. in K. K. Barnum's oMee over Trigg & Fishcr'sDiug Store. A full attendance is desired. OFFICIAL CONDENSED STATEMENT Of Till'. k Farmers Savings Bank, Marshall, Missouri, At lite Close of Business, November 50, 1904. RESOURCES: Loans and DIseouutfl $414,544 05 OrordnUtH ..: 1251 18 Hnnk Building '20,000 00 Cush aud Sight Exchange 141,795 57 1570,500 80 LIABILITIES: Capital Stock $100,000 00 Surplus 20,000 00 Undivided Profit 7,471 02 Deposits 449.119 7!l S57G,5'J0 SO Tho abnvti statement Is correct. T. W. LACY, Cnshler. On a Strik I'ho Saline Coiinly Tele- jihono Oi.'s force of live lady operators (.Missed haute Payne, Nellie hhrnmnn, Miimie .Brantllckor, Olho Liggett and Jessie Flynn) went on u Hliike Monday morning. 'I'll'-' company Mio- t-oeded in filling their plneeH proinilly, o 1lii strike is off. Special Holiday Rate Via Mo. rac. kv Tins Mo. Pne. Hy. will sell round trip tickets on account of Christmas nnd New Yoar'a holidays for one fair pins .Vte except when one mid one third regular lair makes a lower rate. Tickets are m ixi on Mile Doe. 24lh, 2."t!i, and .'list 1904 and .Jan. 1st, 1905, Good to return on or lwfore Jan. 4lh 1905. Tickets sold to all polntHon Mo. P.m. Hy. system. J. C. I nrrell. Agent. DEATHS. JAM hi) V. OWH.NS. Wo regret to announce the death of .las. Owens, of Wan-, amaker, whodied ofeonsiimp tionon Saturday, Dec. '2d, at the age of 49 years. He had lieen in poor health for years. Ho, was one of Saline's host citizens, pnhliu spirited and enterprising, and wo extend our heart felt sympathy to the son owing ones. The infant child of Mr. ami Mrs. Win. Heeler, of near Gilliam, died Tuesday Nov. 29th. MAIMUKKT MONTCHMI'.ltV who was last -week adjudged insane by the Saline comity court, and sent to the asylum at Nevada, died at that place Saturday, nged 28 years, HerreniKins wore Itn'rled in tho Cemetery atNaptou Tucs day after sei,vieeslc.ond noted by Elder B. T. Wharton of this oily. I.OUIS WKIIKIt, an old and respected citizen residing several miles, east of Marshall, died suddenly Monday forenoon of heart failure. Ho was (18 years old Ho leaves u wife and eight children .is follows: Mcsduin es Stephen Keehart, Ed Koo hart., Lottie Rcppcnhngcu, L. .1. Basse, of this county Mrs. Joe Stcinmntiior Leaven worth, Kansns, Jacob, Georgo anil Adolph Weber, of Mar slmll. George Weber, of Weber & Berg, is a brother of the de ceased. Mr. Webor eaine hero from Germany with his family about 25 years ago and he has not only made a good citizen (nit bus been much liked as aiu'iglilxir and friend. Ills funeral took place from tho residence Wednesday afternoon, after which the remains were laid to rest in Ridge Park cemetery. PINK I.1NOSKV, one of Mnrshilll's oldest resi dents, died at his homo near thoC. & A. Depot. Tuesday after a lingering illness, aged about 80 years. JIls remains were hurled in Mt. Olivocem etary WedncHilav. Wo ex tend sy m pathy to the bereaved wife aud family. Oats $20,000 Damages Pat Markey, a former en L'ineer on the C. & A., who re sides at Slater, bus given judgment for $20,000 for In juries received by the oxplos on of bis engine boiler about four years ngo. He was gi veil a judgment for $.'15,000 by the lower court, but the bu preuie Court would not stand for that large nin.mnt the largest recorded; as it stands, it is a very large sum. M Markey Is badly crippled and almost helpless. Excel All Mrs. A. P. Bishop, of this city, desires us to call tho public's attention to the "Crown Encyclopedia," as sho believes it ought to be in eifery home. Last August she wrote the following letter to the publishers, which ex plains Its merits more fully. Marshall Mo., Aug. 2, 1904. Christian Herald, Bible House, New York. Gentlemen: The Christian Herald, coming to my mother, Mrs. A. M. Peel, has been it weekly visitor to our home for many years, hwl Christ mas we secured the Crown 'ittucyclopcidu, ami, while we have in oul librury six others sets, and nine them all for their special merits, your "Crown" crowns them nil in conciseness, up-to-dateness, J convenient, size, ami, most, mi MrUint of all to me, tho com plete Gnzetleer in tho llfth volutnn. The public needs a new work of this kind every few years, hut how you have contrived to get It within the reach of all (two dollars) is a problem I am unable to solve. The Crown Encyclopedia should Ims in every school ami home. 1 keep mine (my live silent teachers) in my writing desk, where they servo me conveniently, ipilekly, and as fully us limited time will ill low, every day. Lot mo thank TheClirlstian Herald for milk ing their ikmscshIou Hssible. Mrs. Alice Peet Bishop. Dangerously Shot Laura Logan, col., of New Frankfort, was shot and dan gerously wounded during it row in tljat. place among tho colored folks, who were cole bruting Thanksgiving Day. Dramatic Entertainment On December 19th, the young ladles St. Saviors Acad emy, will given dramatic, and musical entertainment. An admission ticket will eu line mo uoiuer to chance on n handsome burnt leather pit low. On tho two following nights 20th aud 21st, a Bazaar will lie held in same hall. m sure i OPENING OF FINE CHIN AWARE FOR TnE HOLIDAYS. You will boo Him fluent nrrny of AMERICAN CUT GLASS in the city nttblMHtore, and at the lowest prices. Ever ytbing Is marked in plain figured. New goods have arrived nnd are now on Halo. Come down town and nee the magnificent VINDOV DISPLAY. It will pay you to, buy now for HOLIDAY PRESENTS, We will store your pur chnxert tint 11. you need them. F. W. Miles. Reading's a Pleasure when it Involve) no strain on the eyes a potdtlve iialu when it does. If your eyesight is naturally bad, or has become so, come In and let ub examine your eyee free of cost to you. If there's any eye-glass remedy known, we can supply It promptly, intelligently, accurately, (-: and our charges are anything but excessive. ! W. A. VAWTER, Optician, With J. S. Kelley, Jeweler, West Sido Square. i Knights of the Maccabees Marshall Tent No. 2. RcnrLof the committee on Resolutions concerning the Death of the Hon. James Coon- ey. Whereas. God, In His infi nite wisdom, has deemed It proper to remove from our ranks our friend and brother, Hon. James Coouey, therefore he it Resolved, that in his death his familv, friends, and the public, have MilTered a great and Irreparable loss, Resolved that we recoglzed in the lion, .lames Cooncy, a man of sterling honesty and Integrity, a public benefactor, in iiceomplished scholar, a gifted lawyer anil able stale- man, who held the confidence of the people ami ever served his country with credit Ut his constituents and with that honesty of purpose that id ways characterized bis public ami private life. Be it fur thcr. Resolved, that In his death this Order has lost a zealous worker nnd a brother who re Heeled onlv credit and honor to his Order, mid, Resolved that the slncerest sympathies of this Order la extended to his Widow, nnd that a copy of these resold lotions lie given to each of tin newspapers published in Marshall, Mo., for publica tion. II. B. Donohoe, O. W. Heskett, J. C. Bartlett, Committee. John Bogff Elected. The greatest surprise of the recent election was the election of John BoggK, of Clay township, to the ofllce of justice of the peace on the .Republican ticket. Mr. Boggs' district usually goes Democratic 3 to 1, and it Is therefore the more remark able that lie was successful. The vote wac: Boggs, 112: Ed. Davidson, Dem.. SW. Mr. Boggs was the only candidate on the Saline county ticket who made a thorough can vass of his territory. The result shows that it pays to work, and it also Hpeaks well for Mr. Boggs as Ixing a (Kipular man. The fact that he was practically elected by Democrats ami that in one of the strongest sections of the county, makes us take oil' our hat to these independent voters. May they (.-0111111110 to think and actus they please. Three cheers and a tiger for John Boggs mid the Cay township voters! $300 Damages Awarded In the case of Daniel Car roll vs. City of Marshall , tried at Fayette last week, Carroll received judgment for $.'100. He claimed the city damaged his property on South Odell, by tho long embankment placed before samo, which was dono w hllo the Htreet was being macademlzed. Nooeirvlne David None and Miss Dora V. Irvino were married Tuesday eveningatthohrido'i homo 011 South JelVorson, Rov. J. E. Abbott perform ing the ceremony. The young couplo received an unusual number of handsome and useful wed ding presents. Mr. Nooo is with Terrell Bros. & DeGarmo and is one of Marshall's entcrprisinir young men, while tho bride is one of Marshall most clmrmingyoungladles. They have gone to housekeeglng iu a newly furnished coltago on West Morgan. Low Rates to St. Louis. Tb Md. Pm. Rj. will tell round trip llckeu to St. I-ouli, Mo, for IJ.00 dally during Ocioiwp and Not. ticket! good one neeic from a at or !. J. O. Farrell Agaot DR. PRICE'S CREAM BAKING POWDER makes home baking easy. Nothing can be substituted for it in making, quickly and perfectly delicate hot biscuit, hot-breads, muffins, cake and pastry. 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