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VOLUME XXI.
MARSHALL, SALINE CNTY, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1912.
NUMUKR 45
Herman Kantian. H, P. UanUr H
I on I
I Henley & Company jj
RKAl. I'.HTATK I.OANH, H
R SWeat Spring. Missouri, 2
I: WaMnr aaa Halt Parma.
D PHONK lOl. M
wife
I 1
ten of Dr. Hugh and Dr.. Russell
Hornbeck of Kingston, OkH who
since the death of his
years ago, '
Ho was bom in Coopea. county, telegraphed that thoy started at
April 23, 1816, professed religion In 1.30 o'clock Wednesday Wltcrnobn.
his earl day, Joined the Heath Mrs. Hornbeck tha widow? and I.
Creek Baptist Church and has been t J. Hornbook came with? the body,
a faithful Christian since. He' It Is probable, that tfiq funeral will
leaves to mourn his death, one take place today at the Methodist
daughter, a sonMm-law, a little J church and burial wllL follow In
grand-daughter to whom he was . Miami cemetery,
greatly devoted, one nephew who He was born, on a farm in the
was reared In his homo as one of. bottom below Miami. Upon the
the family ami now residing in ooajth or hta father to family
Texas, ana many ouior relatives moveu to una piaco
and friends.
Mr. Williams was ono of tho kind
DEMOCRATS WIN
BY BIG MAJORITY
Democrats Have Big Vic
tor' as Result of Repub
lican Split
It did not take long aftor the
polls closed Tuesday evening to
and Mrs. learn tha,t tho Republicans were
Hornbeck and the younger badly beaten. The Democratic
chtldron ma&e this . piaco their bnomlneos had eay victories at
est and most pleasant of gentlemen, honio untH about six years ago, nearly overy point.
toruay noon, ara as follows:
1 0-'- I . " " ' jv.1. UJU ' "
When the editor came to Saline ten when they broke housekeeping and Tho returns by ctatcs
years ago ana maao atrip to theirs, jiornbock went to Nebraska
Herndon vadnity in the interest of , to mako hor horns with her chll-
the Republican we cams homo wlih dren. Miami News.
THOMAS M. HORNBECK died at Ing to forget all oxcept tho klnd
hk horno in Omatvt, Nebw, on Oct. ness shown, us by Mr. Williams and
3fl, M12, after an Utnon of twenty n na oeen a regular and welcome
Mven days. His ailment was tuber visitor, to our office since.
caaar trouble, sover.il o hii Im- bore n reputation for his many kind
mediate relatives havo died from ly deeds. Always cheerful and
this trouble. Miami was the home smiling evon. in his days of pain
ofAlW childhood an J youth and It and illness.
was deckled to bring i Idi remains Funeral services wcro conducted
to Miami arvd plaice iby tho side of by Rev. D. C. Bolton Sunday at
reaativen who have gone before. 11 a. m. and burial In Hatcl Grove
Hi father died mihy, years ago cemetery,
and Ma mother a few. years at-
ter, a brother about 2 years ago MRS. MARY THOMS waa born
and a baby sister many years in Texas County, Mo., August 4,
alnce. 1617, and died at her homo InEd-
Upon -the arrival of his bpdy It gerton, Kansas, November 3, 1913
WILLIAM B. DIG OS, one of Sa
line's oldest cititeni. nassod ftWv
I A , . . 7
Hejai iua norao in Arrow Rock Satur
Delaware
Florida ...
uay morning, Nov. 2d. lpl, after
a long illness, aged 81 years. Ho
is survived by, his wifo and seven
chlldron-Wfltfam T. of Lintir T
O. of Stlllwell, Ok!a. WaUon,Bas-' Pf
com, Both and Miss Nora at I Indiana
and Mr R. V. Davidaon nf Kentucky
ahalL
WILSON
Elxlsrt
Ale-bama ... ... ... ... ...... ....... 12
Alsona ... ... ...... ...... ... 3
Arkansas ... 9
Colorado 0
Connecticut ... 7
Dr. Mitchell Dead
Kansas ...
Louisiana
Maine ...
Maryland
a
St
Rev. J. W. Mitchell of this city,' MMsachusetti
recoivetl the aid, nAWa.Ua """""im"
wm talcetv to tho hn'mt nf Dr. A. nined OS veirs and throo montha.'of tho doath of IiIa
A. "WhnfiJmr to await thn arrival nf She was united In marrlacm to 8. tJt. Mitchell In kaniuia CUv ' trA Montana
his four brothers and siiter, Mrs. Thoma, in Colo county, Mlsaoourl, was a prominent physician of Ka'n
Lydia Wetherford. nc waa 'a most July 3, IBM. To this union wcro sas City and was taken down with Ncbra("a
I n fvauu ,
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3
0
14
15
13
10
10
0
8
18
10
D? PRICES
CREAM
BAKING POWDER
t A Pare Cream of Tartar Powder
Indispensable to best results saves
worry saves work saves money
saves healthsaves complaints at tab'r
Dncumonla Sundnv wmIt. Avint
on the ninth day. Ho was 05 years 'ow ffr?y
- .iit...i i Now Aioxico n
rarrj'"" ."'- York ?-
r " " " " w a r. v iiVI(
successful operator and ticket born eleven children, ten of whom
agent and had .lately given up a survive, Tho living children aro A
1W (a month position fon one J. Thorns, of Miami county, Kan
at 2W per month, ne waa thirty- m; Mrs. Sarah Clayton, 8alino
three years of age. "Tommy" as county; Mrs. Dora Johnson, Sallno He waa here
ma Hyenas aiiecuonatciy cauea eoumy j eus xnonw, who ated in iook part
Wai was a general favorite bring Infancy j Mrs. Maggie nail, and Rev. Mitchell attended the funeral n
alwaya of a kind and sympathy- Mrs. Cora Clayton, of Johnson . which occurred in Kinsas City Sun Sf" wV
tie nature.. county Kansas; Alexander and Mr. day afternoon.
His remain were laid beside r:l- Frank Thorns, of Sallno county;
attveat to tho Miami cemetery on Mrs. Nellie Dlckerson, of Miami
a cold, dreiry rainy day which county, Kansas; Mrs. Edna Cox, of
heaped express more deeo'.y the Monta Vista, Colo.: and James, of
sorrow of his manv frlnnrla Edarerton. Kanaaa. Mn TUm. . Geo E Jett to Lcstor E Jntt
Earth, now ctoaes over him united with tho Christian church In I 140 acre 'n 5-82-20 l,Wwt Vlrg'nla
Aatumn leaves cover him 1873 and lived a consistent chris-!Jotl lj Crews to JohnNauman I ROOSEVELT
re-elected If he had a clean nom
ination and no split, bosauso of
the restlessness of the American
people.
Will they bo satisfied now? Not
long. We dlsllko to .portray what
In our opinion Is ahead of ui, al
though not necessarily n panic. As
, Joseph Wronkor told ui of a'
o . ......
man in ibjj, who saiu it had cost
him $28 to help elect Cleveland, $J
to celebrate, and ho hid $1 more
to buy a rope, o we hello vc miny
t
6
8
3
14
MISS FELICE LYNE
VISITS MARSHALL
Famous Singer at Stewart
Chapel Tonight
The announcement of Miss
Felice Lync's appearance in Mar
shall tonight came a n startling
iiwiiy .,, !.. , ..! rr l !.
Democrats will feel soon. There U''''T;." " , yKT
m,i.. . -v .., w a van --kick noxnc- an an was
.vwij tw viwuii living
bom and partly roared' hi Slater,
I U I. ti...'u . I
iim a wen vcrsoa Mason. :. ----- - . iv, . . , uiwumi mu u.ium ui
re recently visiting and "ft UaroUna to be ,wr uncU Dr' P A' m that
In the Masonic exercises. I 2 "J!tirer W4 wU1 .Permitted to hear her.
..II a... . . . Oklahoma in eor way prtcc trcno. . .... . ' -
' .,.un"al Orwcon a Republlcms
oun, Rhode Island ' ... 5
South Carolina : 0 of vot,n
nor
Real Estate Transfers
J Tennessee .
(Texas ... .
I Virginia ...
.Wisconsin ..
aa
Wall niay ha rest tian life. There arej2S grand chll-
"Radfer hte friend feft. TilaTihere, dren "Ti rid two reat-grandWH.
No more ahaM psio or care dren. Her funeral and burial ,6c-
TrouUe.his bresst curred 'at her home in Edgorton,
Kansas, Tuesday, Nov. 8th, at 11
WILLIAM TnOMAfi WILLIAMS m
died at the home of his daughter,
Mm! John P. Miles, six miles south THOMA8 M. HORNBECK, thirty
west of town, Friday, November 1st three ypara old, died Tuesday at
ivrt, alter a several days' illness Omaha, Neb., of, cerebral monln
of asthma and kidney trouble. He gltls. The body, waa sent
had been aKIng. along time but for burial and arrived Thursday
had not aeemedi worse until ho sud morning.
denly wa taken down in a serious At a late hour Thursday aftcr-
eedtio, noon the time, of tWa funeral had
Nr. William had made his home not bees decided upon, as the
with, hi daughter and son In law body W 'being held for tho arrival
IIHllMIWIWlWi
I An lnfVJMaYSS
1000 Turkeys Wanted
for Thanksgiving
10M
.V
..ft'
lots 7 to 10 block 27 College
Add Marshall
Qeo. E. Jetx et al to Los C.
Jett, 38 acres 30-83-81
Isaac W. Avitt to John T
Rector & C P Storts Alloy
Eubank add SUter 6900
Tony Bacon to Lorcnz S Rasso
Lot 0 Eastwood add Mar
shall, Mo. 750
r" 1 El Paso NatlBank to AUcn J
J CSipp'ntoT toJT Whl'e
lots 3 to 8 block 3 1st ad
dition Nelson
Walter n Baker to Edw
keraon lota 63, 61 nenry
addition Slater 200
Thoa R Belt to M Pitt Bell
340 acrea in 18, 20-30-20 ... 2i0)0
W E Solotnob et al to Mary
B Solomon part lot t blk'
A BngUah 2nd add Marshill
E V Oarnett to J C Sapping
ton Iota 3 to 8 block 3
1st addition. Nelson
W E SokMnoa et al to Runs
H Solomon H5 acres 19-50-20
Same to B W Soloraon 6
acres, to 19-M-S)
Milton S SlmmoBa to Herman
160a in 28, 35-60-23
R H Vardemui to Daniel a
JPinley lota 1, 2, 3 block U
Neiaon
Thomas R Bell to Ruth nr
Bell 72 acrea in 6-59-20 ...
Thomas R Bell to Portwnnri
Bell 32 acres 12, 13-50-23 ...
W F Vawter to Lot A Dough
ty ioa 9 jioeic 11 and' lot
12 block 7'Hudsoa addition
to MarahaU 1
Viola Wise to Johanna Dil
lon Iota 3, 3 block 4, lot 1,
block 3, lot 2, block 3, Magness
add Sweet Springs ...... 1500
Homer Conaway to Alva Cono-
way 120 acrea ki 16. 31-19-19 1
Alva C Comway to Hooreer Con
away 120 aorea in i-J9-in f
da V Tackfer to Jamea .
Ita WM, Sbloak MBa-
Kara-addttiOB. Water
Illinois
4
Nm. lltK mk and 13th,
1
MlcWgan ...
Pennsylvania ; ;. '33
Washington 7
South Dakota 5
TAFT
Utah
Idaho
Vermont ... .
Doubtful
1 California (nrobablv Wllsont
Minnesota
I Iowa (probably Wi'son)
... l'O) Now nampahlro ,
Wil- o ,.
onune county
f La m Tarnn fat n,ur -arvV r t IVm
. . aaiM Miiiv bs VifV wa
Progreasivcs ,.. . ,
should be censured for their way . , . . . ..f. '
. UVIIlg ttl IHVW.IH CVUIimUU Willi U
tly .! U II I
,o believed Taft could and should bo ZZT ' v ,.u 7C.u 7
1 ... . . Cent appearance In tho OoUseum In
29 " . r'S-1 . . DC" f Kansas City the proceeds ncttcd
12 " " l .It.U.U .U., 1117
13 re-elected in tho namo of good
a government.
, I5t i only hop that whatever d morlng
a9 will bring ruin or deipalr.
Church Notes
Tho Ladles Aid Society of the
First Presbyterian church met with
Mrs. Bcsalo Teglor Tuesday afternoon.
over $10,000 for Ithp one night
When tho tickets wore placed on
sale at Hunter's dru? star! Mon-
a larg? k- had
formed in advanco landt' ha 1 not
vanished until aftor . aboat four
houta. Wo are unablo to say
whether mora tickets or admis
sions can be secured.
She will bo accompanied by a
prominent musician from Kansas
City. They gavo a concert at Sla
ter Wednesday night The town
Tho Baptist Sunday School will gve her a royal welcome,
have what thoy call Joy Day next
Sunday morning. There will bo a I
uno program, w.tu 60 singers on'
tho stago and a twenty-piece or-1
chestra to assist Tho cradle roll
will bo callod and the oldest llv-
, Ing member of the church and Sun
Postoffice Robbed
A determined effort was made
Sunday night to- rob the Mar' hill
postoffice. Tho burglar or bur
glars,, first broke Into Sadewhlte's
Unofficial returns for
15C0
6000
8030
12600
Miami 239
Qllllam 140
Sharon 46
West Marshall 520
Crotchor 35
Napton 77
Arrow Rock 1SQ
lOrand Pass 09
Sallno City 135
ricrndon 92
Elmwood 47
Mt Leonard 52
New Frankfort 3)
425 J Rose Valley 25
wnites, island 26
I Shelby S. n ..104
uiMCJceliord 61
Nelson , 115
Sweet Springs 244
Blackburn 87
E. .Marshall 833
Slater , 533
OrearvUlo 127
Malta Bend 124
Ridge Prarlo .". 73
Falrville 81
Norton
Salt Springs
Totul 3717
Wll Tail RaMtv
day school named. Sho Is Mrs. M. second-hand furniture store ad
count v on the vote fnr . wno nas oeen a ! i"
a as follows. PIdent reKular attendnnt fo-many yMra dug. a hole through the thick wall
Tho services will continue from 9 30 U,M lw poaxoincc uuiiainf. as
to IliO and there will be no ,dca nl be to get In
preaching, j to tho vault 'and the first hole
I came out In1 the rear of the vault,
The Worlds Temperance Sunday another hold waa matte about 15
will be obsorved at tho Odell Ave. feet farther to the front. Thla
Presbyterian Sabbath school Sun- camo out right to suit tho bur
day, morning. I KUra and they entered the vault
1603
81
45
18
81
25
31
63
54
40
33
22
32
14
27
9
44
15
6)
141
13
140
97
30
182
38
34 '
60
18
137
45
29
80
22
88
60
31
28
Jan. Turloy, col., Sedalla.
16 Hattle Foster, coL, Marshall.
2 J. W. Mayfleld, Miami.
" Gladys Irvln, Miami.
Christian Science subject
next iSunday 11 a. m. "Adam
Fallon Man."
for
and
Ma mage License
198
112
145
202
81
18
. Among the Sick .
Editor J. J, Witt wi home sick
several days this wee'e.
Miss Florence Crockett under
went successfully a severe op;ra-
11 tlon at the Osteopathia hospital at
0 Ktrkavilte Saturday 'morning. Sho
was accompanied over by her moth
and became busy.
Postmaster VanDyke Inforased us
that thoy secured about $)5 in
stamps' and chango in the vault
They next tackled tho atfe. After
knocking off the combination k ;ob
without gett'ng In tbey drilled Rev
eral holes, but never made a blast
as they must liavo- bsen scared
away early in the mornlng a a
candle was still found burning and
their dynamite cartridge and me
was also left behind unused. 7 here
were between $100 and $5M in the
safo and when opened- by lock
smith Emery' Brown, were found
Intact
The safe was tho old Cordcll
Bank safe and was a good one,
otherwise It would hwe been an
easy mhtto? t got into l. The
1374
w.a m,Irt,E' CrO0kett- a,nd ,Dr- , men earned-about all they got, but
1416 T. Nucklea. Her many friends wll.my get.oU they earned aad da-
1.- -1 1 . . . . " . ' . AV
00 piBWBa eg iearn 01 ner im- aerve If caught
provraoiH.
iimmB ttK saarkst brlaa
akaa JT a a. at .
for your siuoa,
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1
1 1 w j 11 aiinm 1 11 1 t-a-t"-w-k:'w
Waiaon iiad wito. lots' 24,,21
Isitu Uo ii cHWi
tiesi Vaiaail ,.? - '
:V-l itfl '' L-I1': " .
.r 1 .
The Single Tax nraendmenta re
oaiveoj so few votes that thev were
"hardly worth cou&tiae' and, miiiv' n..r... Ttn ...1. 1
"8 precincts reported none whatever. Very sick tora month or so at his
A Bootlegger Caught
Barry Baraett, of SiaW county,;
M daattaiaattoii of th American pjo
Jf lW;W:h-:coat of living.;
, la eraWr, toovwcQMi MOs; Presl-
v sH Tra ayoat4 CaaadUn reel
EUction PrsJk:tin
Laat susamer L. W; Sch&BX,
n
11
,t Friday ia u re
tuggr conrt Md fona caaVy in
(wck car. ne waaTiaWl S)7 In
ana givw MX' MOfltai.M y.U.
of on the other, NotUvtatf the
1
Mm W. A. Jfcitf,
M mm, m.'Wmmmm W;Kaao ilsiaaa i tor a isaw eaaaaaWa ud. .V- a. aav urL.. -n-i ...... ?. ''!". ."tS
r.-- "v., m... n Hear mjomnsr. eauau in tn nuiaui .v.. .. . ... .
J'
me tm- W Naan w aata ' that rTsssiilaa 4 'K - "w-. ta-t,
M.vVMt-'1MI aSM-'Wia-alaaa.V
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