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Sedalia Weekly Consevator
Furnishes All Grocers with
DELICIOUS, FRESH, HOME.
Hont forget to ak (or Walch's
Broad, We also lend in the pro
Uubtion of Ice Ckkam.
What shall we name the baby?
Name him ' Teddy," oi course.
Where did you get that delicious
bread? From Walch's Cafe.
j. IJ, Kuhn will sell you all kinds
of groceries at the b:st prices.
Our old friend John Nchon
is hack from Kansas City for a visit.
Hoys look siy.
Who has the latest styles and up
to date fashions?
The St. I.ouis Clothing Co. tobcj
Mrs. Alice Jones is some better
.Mrs, Maria Ramsey We arc glad
to announce is niucu improreu
Tin. Smfalia Fans arc oncn for
season's games with any teams
Prof W. H. Thompson ofllolden
Mo. was in the city Sunday on bus
Mr. Chas, Cornelius and wife
have begun housekeeping on W.
Johnson St. '
Miss Lcoda Johnson of Clifton,
Mo, is in the city vhU'B tier Aunt
Mrs. Matilda Smith.
J. F. M. Councc angled 96 lbs.of
fish last week: all were cats except 4
Tho largest caught weighed 0 lbs.
The friends of Mrs. Emma Boyd
and also those of Mrs. Sarah Violet
will no doubt be pleased to know
that both have fully recovered from
their recent severe illness.
No stock in Sedalia has ever been biightoned by
a more beautiful and comple te line of House Furnish
ings than we are now displaying We can truthfully
say that the choicest styles in Cnrpetdom can be
found here in their highest standard of quality and
at prices as fair to the buyers as to ourselves.
Our policy of handling only Satisfying Merchan
dise has been strictly adhered to in selecting this
line, as we believe that buying trashy carpets is the
most expensive investment one can make. So, we
try to sell Honest Carpets, -arpets that will wear and
hold the color. Our 18 years experience as buyers
in this line insures you that nothing that is unworthy
will be offered to you.
Special Showing of Mattlnc at 15 cts., per yard.
N. B. Our I903 Straw Hats are now on sale.
The Lincoln Mid-Knights and
the Fans had quite an interesting
game of ball Sunday after-noon. A
score of 24 to 13 in favor of the
Fans. Battery for Faus-koy Hart,
and K. Flyn. Mid-Knights-Gcorgc
Fields and Ralph Murray.
The Sedalia Lincoln Moon-lights
are open for engagements with any
team in the State, who averages
between o to :9 write their mana
ger Ulysses S, Umbles., for terms
and date. Huckins Hotel
Mr. Jno. Abbot writes his folks
from Jackson, Teun. that he is soon
to meet the Tuskegee boys on the
Diamond. He also says, that he
never saw so many colored people
in all his life. Since being abroad
he has travelled over quite a large
territory playing ball.
Prof. W. G. Smith our talented
musician left for Higginsvillc Mo.
Tuesday eve. He being sent for by
Prof. Chas. Johnson to conduct the
musical part of the closing exercises
of the school which is to occurs on
the eve. of May 22nd.
The Pettis County Negro Insti
tute will convene Monday momiiig
June t st. at Lincoln School build
ing. Prl. Shelton French conduct
ond Prof. A. W. Freeman, Clinton
Mo, assistant, The Conservator pre
dicts a successful and instructive
Rev. Woodford a student of Geo.
R. having been recently licensed.
preached his initial Sermon at the
C. M. U. cliurcli Wcbnecday night,
Ws arc gratified to learn that 1st.
effort was successful and that ho
fully impressed his nudidnce that
lie nau not answered a call intend
ed for some 0116 cIsq. The Conserv
ator wishes him a long and success
ful ministerial carreer.
shaves, hair-cuts and
Call ntul see its,
113,East Main street
Iron Brew and soda pop at Mc Iain's
Miss Pearl Myers spent the week
in the country visiting near George
Mrs- Chambers Club of the A M
K Church had a social at Qiiinn
Chapel Wednesday night.
Mr. Henry Jones is reported to
be no better, Mrs Jones has been
sick for quite a while with the grip.
J. F. K"hn & Co, have arranged
to supply you with Fire-works free
of cost for the 4th of July. Go to sec
him andjjhe will tell you the rest.
Mrs. Williams Club serves lunch
at Mr. Simpsons on Cooper St,
Popular Tonsorinl Artist
Your Trade solicited
Mrs, Davis and Harper.
Koeps on hand a full lino of hair
goods, huoU no braids.bangs pom
padnuru. Also, faccblonoh and hulr
pomndo. Wo solicit your patron,
All work guarcntced. Call and See
me. Win. Grey, 106 K. Pettis.
J. M. Harris. M, D.
Physician and Surgeon.
ti6 W. Main St., Sedalia, Mo.
Office hours 10 to 12 a. m., 4 30 to
C 30 p, m.
Residence, 236, W. Morgan St.
' Prof. Shelton French left Friday
after noon for Higginsvillc. Mo,
where he will deliver U13 Graduat
ing address before the High School
Class. The school at Higginsvillc
is under tho direction of our con
genial friend Prof. Johnson an edu
cator of no mean ability.
What sweet tender steak came
from Uhtman's N, side market.
Go to Bishop's for groceries.
Mr, and Mrs. T. M. Smith were
called to Qannibal, Mo. on the nth
lust, to be at the bed-side of Mr. J.
K. Braxton, Mrs. Smith's brother.
Mr. Braxton died on the 13th and
was hurried Sunday afternoon, un
der the auspices of theKnight Tern
plarsat Hannibal. The Conservator
extends its sympathies to Mrs.
Smitit and husband, in their recent
Sedalia Blues Vs. Tipton team.
To play Sunday a! 3:30 P. M . at Liberty Park,
The Sedalia Blues will play the
Tipton boys at Liberty Park,
Sunday at 3-30 v, jr. The local team
has been doing some excellent
team work and we predict a vic
tory for the Blues. The Blues line
up is viz. Harris, P, Burress. C.
Alexander, 1st. b. Williams, 2nd.b.
Johnson. 3rd. b. Ruby S. S. Bills,
l.f; Brown, c, f. Armstrong, r, f,
Kemp, Johnson, and Combs giibs.
Admission to game -25 cents.
Mrs, Charlotte Martiu is report
ed convalescing from her recent se
Warfield & James will allay your
hunger and quench your thirst any
Mrs. Mary Black's Club of Quinti
Chapel served lunch the residence
of Mri. Neil on W. Johnson St.
Moonlight social on Tuesday night
at Mrs. Brown's on 204 N, Wash
ington . Lunch ice cream and straw
berries. Music by Q. C Cornet Band
Did you watch that space?
J. A. Forscc did. And he handles
first class Groceries too.
Piano &Fiirniture Mover
All work done with caro at reason
ablo rates. Waurbn- Chaw ii bah
'Phone 406 Resicence 617 N. Lamlno St-
Fred Scott son of Mr and M".
J. W. Scott passed this life Thurs.
morning at 5:45. The fuueralser
vices were held at Taylors Chapel
Friday afternoon, nnder the di--,
rcction of Revs. Davis and War
fisld. The Conservator joins with
Mr. and Mrs. S-tt's many friends
in expressions of sympathy.
Vacation is on and the boys
arc loitering on the streets.
Parents, give them a job repair
ing fence, building walks, grow
mg etc ntul beautifying the home
Pres. I, h. Lowe Ph. I). George It.
Smith College will lenvo on the 271I1 Inst
for Qulndaro, Kas, where he wjll deliver
an address before the Cliftlnucua Assem
bly. Thl assembly will bo held on the
Campus of the Western University, under
the Sup''!'',?S I'rcji. Vernon and others,
Warfield & James.
Lunch Room v
Meals served at all hours.
Hot Coffee, Fish, Cakes and Pies. Accommo
dations tor all, bee us 1 13 E. Mam St
When I was a little boy, ,
Kvcry morning I went to school.
I wold have fu$s:s and almost fighlss
Hut 1 would always remember Frof.
He tried to do the tbing that was
He'd tell us children not to fight,
And if we'd fight his, blood Would
HcM'bastc bur backs with a litUe
I went toscool toa very smart tencl,- -cr,
1 know of no one that ever could
She fiuishcdlher grammar and bis
Never did she seem in misery.)
And she'd tell us children not to fuse
And some one yon know would
break her rule,
And then they would get suspended
A girl, if she would be my ideal,
must undergo an examination, une
qual to any taken in school.
First of all, she must be obedient
and benevolent aloiitlier home and
and to her parents a beam of light
and joy, a household qcen,
She should be neat and industri
ous, and keep so well attired that
when she hears the door- bell ring,
she does not have to rush in ordci
to be prepared to meet them at the
She must be a good housekeeper,
that is, keep her house well amtng
edtliat wheitfathur or brother omcs
in late, from work of course, they
will not stumble over a fallen chair,
or a misplaced ctispidore.
She should, or at least I rather
she would have, a slight conception
of music; she must be well cquipcd
in etiquette; have a vocabulary con
sisting of many eloquent words, ani
use them at the proper time and in
their proper places,
She must bo a lady in every sense
of the word; void of holding up cor
ners, gossiping on the street, yelling
to a boy 3 blocks away, and laugh,
She rnus.t resoect oldagcsunreiu-
ly, and give everyone n cause to say
that she deserves well the title, lady.
blic nut.st be dutiful, and not have
bet mother say "my daughter never
scweda stitch in her life, or she can
iiotiuakea biscuit; she cannot patch,
if she would take a broom to sweep
it would blister licr lnuds;"as I have
heart! so many mothers s,ay.
She must know how to play the
sewing, or sweepingpiano as well as
the musical piano.
She must do her w'otk well aud
She must possess every bearing
that is an attraction to the eye of an
artist, and when any one comes to
my studio, aud oders a picture re
presenting n house- holu-angcl. lean
conceive an out.line of my nngcl,
and let it be the basis of my picture.
On the street, she' should display
grace, dignity, and politeness"
1 prefer a lady who is admirnd by
other ladies and. demand the respect
ol the gentlemen.
She must not stay on the street so
much that she becomes a$ common
as a sign before a barber shop.
She should put mot of her time
in at home, and mako it admirable
to the artistic eye, and wjicn she go
es out she mtst be dressed tasteful
ly, But not have on too much red.
This is my "Ideal." Ifl am dream,
ing, when I wake up, I will accept
A Keal. " yj'
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