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Seaalia Weekly Conservator
, May io
Mrs. Martha Ramsey, oncofSc
dalia's old anil highly esteemed cit
izcns, v l.o 1 is him fill:, is belter.
Rev. Richard Davis preached the
Eucharistir sermon nt Quinn's
ha pel attluce t'u th c ciu mi .
A charitable collection for the re
lief oi Mrs, Amanda-Jones, was ta
hen at Taylor's Chapel, amounting
to more than two Dollars.
Mr William Flournoy of St.I.ou
is, Pullman porter on the Katy has
been detained in the city for the
past several days by the recent
wreck. While here, he is the guest
at the Dixon home, on H Cooper.
Prof, J II Williams, Centralia,
Mo., advance agent for James Par
ker, of McKiulcy fame, was in our
city arranging for three lectures by
him at the folio wing places; 'Pay
lor's Chape), Morgan Erect Baptist
church and Qtiinn Chapel A. M, 1
J, B. PARKER,
At Qulnn Chapel To Night.
ec Interview of him Next Week
Furnishcsall Grocers with Fresh
Delilcious HOME MA DP Bread.
Dont forget. Ask for WALCH'S
BREAD. Wc lead in the produc
tion of ICE CREAM.
J M HolIy,the plasterer, left for
St. Louis last night on business.
Mr. Dan Banks, of Warsaw, our
old playmate at Arrow Rock was
in the city, doing the show.
Mr. John Swopshirc, an old Ka.
ty porter, on the North end. Paris
Mo. passed thru the city, en Rout'
to Parsons, Kas. When there h e
will be routed for between that city
and Denison Tex. over the M. K
& T. We wish him success.
Mr. Richard Sanders and wife re
turned from St. Louis, where they
had a pleasant visit with friends &
also witnessed the Dedicatory Ex
ercises of the Louisiana Purchase
Exposition Ground. They will leave
shortly for an extended trip thru the
Southland. The Conservator wisl
es them pleasant journey and trust
that they wilt communicate with us
Mr. Uly.seS Walls ol K.C. Mo. has
sen in the city for the past several
days visiting his mother and sister
Rev. P. M. MackofCcntralia.Mo
has been called by the Morgan St.
Babtist Church. He will begin his
active work the first o1 June. Bro,
Mack comes to us highly recomm
ended. And the Conservator joins
11 in extending him a hearty wel.
Finis Washington of the class '03
Lincoln school was called home
Sa:urday evening to be at the .'bed
side of his dying mother, Mrs.Mag.
gie Sims, Holden, Mo. She died
Monday morning, and was intereu
at the Knob Noster cemetery Tues
day morning. The Conservator ex
tends its sympathy to Mr. Washing
ton in his recent bereavement.
Miss Maria Herndon returned to
Mr. J. F. Thompson of K.C. will
bJ the guest of Miss Eslell Martin
Mrs. Smith Buckner spent Sat
urday and Sunday in Smithton the
guest of Mrs. Win. Sayles.
Mrs. Jno. Holbert has returned
frpm St. Louis, being the guest
her son Elmer Smith.
Mrs. Patterson of Windsor. Mo,
passed tin u enroute to K. C, to be
the bedside of her sick sister-in-law
Mrs, M. B. Smith was called to
Hannibal, Mo.tuesday, to be at th
bed side of her dying brother,
Mr. Smith Overton is home on
short visit. We all are glad to give
brother Overton the glad hand.
Mrs, Davis and Harper,
Koops on hand a full lino of hair
Roods, such as braids.banga pom
pudours. Also, facobloaoh and hair
pomade, wo souou your imnuu
Centennial Court Ko. 37.
Warfield & Banks
Meals served at all hours
Tli is column will he devoted
to tho publishing of original
productions of the negro youth
Wc will tike delight in pro
Anting such articles at any
time i.ot us hear from you.
Hot Coffee Fish, Cakes and Pies.
When spring comes around
With its dew upon the ground,
The birds in the trees they sing,
And there is joy in their sound.
The Robin. Jaybird nnd yellow
breast They nil arc ready to fly from their
They are all ready to hunt tho
The little ones arc doing their
The children are ready to have
With whip, rope and popgun,
While the large ones play marbles
Ilio little ones tumble and fall,
In the fields and meadows we
And on the hot and sunny day,
With horse and dog we play,
While the little arc having their
way. uusseii limcrson.
Accommodations for all. Calljand see us.
il3 E. Main St.
At 9:15 o'clock the membetsof the
Court filed into D. O. H. Hall, with
Scott Hayden presiding ai tile piano
the court performed a beautiful drill
after which the court sang "Haven
of Rest," and prayer was offered by
the Rev. Mr. Warfield.
Officers installed are as follows;-
Matron, Sallie MofTet. Vice Matron,
Lillie Thomas. Treas. Ellen Bowles
Secretary, Ella Williams. Iner gate
keeper, Laura Lewis. Outer gate
keeper, Ada Bass. Directors, J. W,
Wheeler, Marion Hayben and Mr.
Investigating Committee;- Ella
Sims, Ada Chambers ana Wary
Sick Committee;- Mrs. Jas. Newbill
Ella Brazier and Paul Terril. Mr.
John Waters was installing officer,
with Mr. J. W. Wheeler assisting
him. Delicious refreshments were
J. M. Harris. M. D.
Physician and Surgeon.
16 V.Main St., Sedalia, Mo.
Office hours to to xi a. n., 4 30 to
fi AO Pi Ul.
Residence, 236, W. Morgan St.
D Y Steel
Popular Tonsorial Artist
Your Trade solicited
Bv Ruth M. Buckkhk,
Oh, how sad it is with some peo
ple when decoration day comes!
These will be many flowers we
can gel to decorate the sad and
lonely graves with. I have seen
once at a decoration more than two
hundred perrons who had relatives
in this lonely cpot. And it was sad
It seems to me that this d&y is for
the people to think of tho dead once
more. Christian people ought never
forget about their relatives who
have gone on before tlicm.
Of course the people who arc not
christians think about wrong dsings
so that it is inipposniblc for them to
thik what they ought.
I hope to meet my lovely brothers
and sisters and everybody else iu
Any one who has true religion
cannot pass any of their friends with
out shedding a few tears. It is sad
to think one's relatives or close
friends are gone to never return.
1 will bring the violets bine
That say, be true, be true,
True to the God above you,
And to the friends that love you.
For the biaveand the true
We'll twine them together,
For the red, white and blue
Are united forever,
When we reach that glorious world.
shaves, hair-cuts and
Call and see us,
113,East Main street
The Golden Rule Club entertained
atDOH ball Wed. eve and' had
success The club will serve Uhku
at Mrs White's Saturday eve on H