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The Marshall republican. [volume] (Marshall, Saline County, Mo.) 1899-1914, December 14, 1911, Image 11

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Holiday Opening December 18 and 19th
Unique Souvenir to every lady Caller
THE NORTH SIDE JEWELRY STORE
Additional Locals
Bracelets nil
jewelry store.
For Diamonds 30
Hast side Jeweler.
kinds nt Brown's
to Brown's.
See the many pretty things nt
Brown's Jewelry store.
Dr. J. D. Jnckson was n substan
tia! cnllor from Hcrndon Wednes
day, j
Loyd Mlkcls Is on the mend now
after n protracted spell of typhoid
fever.
Ladles and Oenls Gold and dold
filled watches at Brown's Jewelry
ntore.
W. II. Hurt, of Motictt, Mo., nt
tended tho funeral of Geo. A.
Murrcll.
The 'National Republican conven
tion will bo held nt Chicago on
Juno 18th.
Will Karp and daughter, Miss
Bculah of near Wnvcrly wero In
Marshall all day Monday.
Mrs. J. S. Jenkins of Marshall
was a guest nt the homo of J. C.
Mikola nnd family Saturday and
Sunday of last week.
Wo call attention to tho state
ments of our leading bnnks publish
cd in this Issue. The splendid
showing speaks for itself.
Geo. L. Burnstdc of Marshall
wns visiting his daughter Mrs.
John Mlkcls nt her home near Salt
Springs 'last week.
S. T. Wood was here from Slater
yosterday and left us his father
in laws renewal Mike Opper
whom he reports getting along
nicely alnco his accident.
Harry Gorman und wife, John
nnd Lnwson Bynrs, II. Bell, Jnmcs
Brynn and Aug. Itckcr of Grand
Pass neighborhood were business
visitors to Marshall Monday.
Prank Nicely, of Napton doesn't
come often, but when he docs ho
leaves room for rejoicing. lie and
Will Elgin called Tuesday and we
haven't "gone broke" yet.
Mrs. John Byars of West Grnnd
Pass flnts been very nick but is Im
prov'nj 'nlowly at present.
John Kollolt of Malta Bond neigh
Ixirhoo'.l spent Sunday afternoon
with friends near Wnvcrly.
Johhc Murrcll, of Gainesville,
Texas, attended the funeral of his
nnk Goo A. Murrcjl.
Joseph Monogall, of Elmwood,
gave us several "smile producers"
whilo hero from Elmwood Tuesday.
Births
Mr. and Mrs. Krlvokuchl of south
east of town are the proud parents
of a twolvo pound son who nrrlvcd
on Sunday Dec. 3d.
Mr. and Mrs. Honry Strohrer also
report the arrival of n daughter on
Doc. 4th.
How and Mrs. J. D. Prlgmoro of
Sodnlla nnnouncc the birth of a
daughter Nov. iffl, Mrs. Eliza Davis
of this city Is with hor daughter
Mrs. Prlgmoro.
Mr. and Mrs. Mayberry, of near
tho C. Sz A. depot are tho proud
Several tot our last week's cdl- parents of n son who nrrlvcd Fri-'
torlnls sllppod Into this week's day night. 1
paper making tho dates wrong. 1 '
No.
Official Statement of the Financial
Condition of the
Bank of Grand Pass.
AT GRAND PASS.
Stnto of Missouri, at tho close of busi
ness on tho 6th day or Dcccinhcr.lOll,
published In tho Marshall Republican,
n newspaper printed and published nt
Marshall, Statu of Missouri, on the
14th day of Dcciunbcr 1011.
RESOURCES.
Loans nnd discounts, un
doubtedly good on person
nl or collateral $24,077.01
Loans, real ostato 2,080.00
Overdrafts 1D3.27
Bonds nnd stocks
Real estate, banking, house.. 2,479.00
Other rcul estate
Furniture and fixtures 1,530.00
Duo from other kinks nnd
k bunkers, subject to check. 24,000.42
Cash items
Currency 2,073.00
Spcrlo 468.25
Other resources, as follows:
Cxponso account 1,382.82
Total 00,033.37
LIAUIL1TIKS.
Capltul stock paid In J12.G00.00
Surplus fund
Undivided profits, not 1,220.00
Duo to banks nnd bankers,
Biiblect to check
Individual deposits subjoct
to check 311,807.17
Tlmo certificates of deposit.. 0,480.00
Demand certificate of deposit
Cashier's checks
Hills payable nml re-discounts
Othor liabilities, us follows:
Savings account 11.11
Total "CO.033.37
Stnto or Missouri, )
Couuty or Sallno 1
We, Ed. E. Fonner us president,
und John Hewott us cashier of said
bank, cucli of us, do solemnly swear
that thonhovo statement Is truo to
tho best of our knowledgoand belief.
Ed. E. Fonnor, President.
John Hewott, Cashier.
Subscribed und sworn to before 1110
this 0th day of Docomber A. D. nine
teon Hundred and olovon,
WITNESS my band and notarial
seal on tlioiluto lastuforosald. iCom
We should all be happy and make
us put that happy smile on you.
happy.
The High Art suit malces everyone happy who
wears one. The quality, fit and price pleases all
$10 to $30
We have a large stock of overcoats, plain or
convertable collar
$8.00 to $25
In boys clothing we show the Becker-Mayer &
Co., suits for little men at
$3.50 to $12
Handkerchiefs, Hats
and Caps was never
more complete.
We are agents for W. L. Douglass shoes, the best
shoe made for the money, $2.00 to $5.00.
See us before buying that Xmas present, we will
save you money.
HAYES
& COOPER
South East Corner Square
V. E. and J. It. Dulaney were
hero from Slater yesterday and wo
had tho ploasure of enrolling tho
former as a reader.
J. 51. Trooce was in from Crotch
or (Tuesday nnd ordered tho He
publican sent to his brothor, Oeo.
at Hanford, California. i
To Industrial Home !
Hattlo Hose, 13 years old, and
Etta Phillips, 11 years old, wero
taken to Chllllcotho to tho Girls
Home whoro they must remain
till of ago. TJieso aro tho two
girls on nccount of whom J. W.
Qoferro and othors wore arrested.
missioned nnd qualified for a term ox
pirlng Sopt. 0th, 1014.
Ernst Hotz, Notary Public.
H.Prlco )
E. N. Walker, M. D. Directors
Geo. H. McCluro, J
T, C. Swlnney returned last week
from tho Hlg norn Basin, Wyo.
Ho showed us a samplo of white
oats which ho said yielded 105
bushels to tho aero. Ho will re
main hero for tho winter.
Church Notes
The Christian Ladies Aid Society
cleared $100 at their bazar Satur
day. Dr. Illaek preached at the West
port Presbyterian church In Knn
Psas City Sunday.
Kov. Clarence E. Hodge, of Mc
Lcansboro, III., was tendcrod ncnll
by tho First Daptlst church last
-Wednesday evening. How Hodge
is very highly spokon of as nn ublc
and earnest man and it is sincerely
hope dhc will accept.
Tho revival meetings of the
Cumberland Presbytorlan church
are attracting unusual Interest and
the singing by tho quartette Is be
ing highly complimented. Hew C.
M. Zwlngle, tho evangelist, Is giv
ing some inspiring sermons. On
Friday ovonlng nt 2.30 his address
will bo especially to tho mothers
but everyone Ls Invited. Next Sun
day'nt 2 p. m. n men's meeting will
be addressed by him nt the First
Presbyterian church.
of
TRUSTEES r A
Whereas. David O'lluwcll and Mule O'lfowclf,
lili wife, by their certain deed ot fust dated
the ninth day of November. 1310. ami Hied for
record un the unw day In tbe of lie of the He
cordcrof Deeds, Saline County, Missouri, and
then recorded In Uook No. Hi at paire 103 con
veyrd to It. II, Duffjlni, ai truitee. ail tbe rlatit,
title. Interest and citato of. in nml tu the follow
Dr. Moses ttreoze field man
tho Hoard or Home Missions of SSxlSlWlUlnU9Cmnl9
the Presbyterian church, conduct- Theetoneihirdottiionorthea.t qiutrter of
twenty, containing (llty-flve acrci. more or Icm.
and beta? the same land conveyed by deed of
ilnteJu'.y twentyeluht. I8SJ. from Jacob Van
Dyke, trustee, to the said Duvld O'llowell.and
recorded In Hook 101 nt pure IS recorder office,
for Saline County, Missouri.
nnereasuciauit has been made in payment
ed a conference for Marshall and
vicinity on Church Methods nt
th? Odell Ave., Presbyterian church
Monday afternoon nnd also made n
ti . n. i ti. ....!.... t Tir..A'o "nereasuciauu nas ueen mane in payment
fine talk In tho evening. DrHreezs of the Interest ot the debt secured by aald deed.
vlsit was a big treat to
who had tho good luck to
him.
those
hear
Chns. NIcmeler Thursday met
with a. painful nccldont at his home
on Capitol mil. nis horso threw
him against a barb wire fencoand
he received several bad cuts on his
left wrlHt and hand and he Is car
rying litis arm In a bnndagc.
Now. therefore I. It. II. Ilm-nlm. hv virtu nf
the authority of said deed of trust vested In mo
and at the request of the holder of said note,
will on
Saturday. January 6, 1912,
between the hour of nine o'clock In th fore
noon and live o'clock in the afternoon of that day
at the south front door ot the court house. In tba
City of Marshall. Saline County, Missouri, pro
ceed to sell the abotc described real estate at
public auction, to tbe highest bidder for cash, to
uusiy sam note ami intereat ami pay costs oi
K. II. IIUUU1NS.
executlnir tbla trust.
Ore. 14-31.
Trustee.
Native Lumber for sale, cut to
order, at David Anderson's, Mar
shall. SOttb.

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