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Sedalia Weekly Consevator.
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.Umes UtjJly Is very sick this wnsV.
Ftanu la) les ' breaking liorses here.
Mr l;un Hawkins U on (ti sick Kit.
Mr. Joe Hulibaul enmc up from Sjrn
Mrs Ann Hlchnrdsoti ii liome rum So
dalia. Quite n numbor frem here spent the 4
Mr. F. 1). Fin'cy rnurtud to Bedaliti
XIr. Sarah Fooenk'ttnlnud cumpimy
Mr. Simttui Wright, a succwsfol poul
try, marketed 5 ilor. uprins chlcleiw last
Mrs. UoorK IlopVins of Sedaliivfc v's
itiug titr s'sitr, Xlrs. Sallin Finlcy,
Momlames Nellio Hubbnrd and Sall'o
Finlcy visited friend and leUtiyws in
bedalia Aug. 4.
Mr Basil Ilimmoi.dt departed for St.
1mis, Sunday, where he will join It's
brottaorK and-flnd r ruiilojrment,
Fine wuather now.
Mrs. Sarah Ncff is conllntd Id her bed
Mr Maitio AniUr.iou Is Improving.
Misk Martha Fowler spent Tuesday in
Mr. Alfred Wilson spent Saturdy in
Mr Henry Hacker came jn on a visit
Hev J. W. Rhodes is visilng nil broth
er and eiaters.
Hev. V. Taytsi was cidlod to Michigan
Mbndiy to bury bin son, Arthur.
Mr A. Taylor tame In from Kansas
Died on Aug.-), Mrs. Uraco Heed, iho
wife of ilr. Bank !ed,
Mr. Rob, Walker of tbo country was
In town Saturday,
Miss Millie Dan's of Mnt'lmH ' tbo
guest ol Misi M. Turk,
Mr, Walter Cole of Chicago i visiting
bis motiiur Mrs, C. Tajc.
Quits n number took In tho incursion
Sunday ou thu Mo. PaclHc.
Mm, Mary Doolian from Kan City is
visiting home folks this utok.
Quarterly niectlng at the A. M. E.
church Sunday. All are invited.
Mrs, Emma Fowler and daughter, Pie
die, spent Friday in the country.
Quito a number of peopl 0 attended
the picnic at Wnverly on the I.
Miss Amanda Thomas came home on
tho 4th, for a visit to home folks.
Miss I.ttla Foler of Mt Ijoonard spont
Sunday with Mrs U'inuio Shannon.
Wo had a plensint basket meeting.
People from far and noar wore here,
Mr. Chas. Syms Of K. C. was called
homo to attend the funural l his sistet.
Mr. Pete Kilo spent Friday in Bltck
burn with his sister, Mrs. 1!. Shannon.
Mrs. Mollic Cnmpb.dl fro the coun
try van the guest ofM'M Martha Fowl
Miss Ida Turk and Miss Virile Ten
nis of Marshll nre quests of Miss Han
Messrs. Sam Heed and Walter Flor
ence came In Iron) Ii-iniugton Monday to
Visit home folks.
Miss Jennie Williams of Marshall
spent Sunday with Miss Maud Fowler.
Mr Crntcbfield of tho country spent.
Sunday with his sister, Mru. It. Hhodcs.
ilr, Francis Uarber came in Tuesday
from Kansas City Whom he has been vis
iting his brothers.
Miss Francis Cuttchfield came in
Monday Trom Islington to visit home
talks und to attend to busidess.
What is worse than mud? Wind
"Rev. Oliver York preached at
Taylor Chapel Sunday.
V. II. Howard of Lexington, Mo
passed thru for Pilot Grove Sat.
Wednesday, Aug. 10 Will be Gov
cnor s day at State lf air Grounds.
Sam Hast, the plumber, did a
nice piece of work foi J. A. l,amy
Mrs. Carrie Robinson of I.exing
ton. Mo., is visiting Mrs, . L.
J, II. Stewart, of N. Uroadway,
was slightly injured Wednesday by
a (ailing horse,
Sweringen & Co., have ice cold
watermellous all hours ol the day.
Call and sample them.
Miss Lillian J. Martin is spending
t'le la ter part oi her vacation with
her relatives in Topcka, Kas.
MISSOURI STATE FAIR, AUG., 17-22
t i?j ci no, in m ID
mt' m w i i in . 11 . m i
n . Rtz iij i a it m n -v
W 1 S M t T IE 31
10 E. MAIN STREET
Choice Wines, Liquors, Cigars and BootleU Beer.
Everything (Icnulnc. Remember thu Place.
Q. C. Ohonc 88.
15 cents per month.
WA OCT TITIT) ISFTO
WE DO JOB PRINTING,
!YOU CAN ALWAYS!
GET WHAT YOU WANT
IN THE GROCERY LINE
Sweringen & CoJ,
523 N. Osage.
We can supply you with Fresh Duttr, I3f!g, nnd PruitB
and Chiokcna nt all tirnt si. -A fin. lot ofKrcHh QiidDriri
Fruits ou hand. Give us your orders,- Quiok Delivery
WANTED a good young man to
nid in janitor work during school
terms. Must be sober and honest.
Wages reasonable. Write or call
on J. II. Stewart, Sedalia, Mo.
SHEEP AND SVViNE PARKS.
Tho New Poultry Palace An Examplo for tho World. left in the treasury.
and tho Poultry Show. A Modo; for Others. Some day Kansas will want to
The new brick and stone Poultry The Kansas Fanner in an ableed hold a State Fair under thu manage
building will be compte'ed Tor tho itorial urging the sliminaiion of merit of state officials, ond when this
State Fair August 17. Coops for gamblers' fakes and immoral shows time comes wc hope to see the ex
4000 bitds will be built in the build fiom fuiis, pays the following high cellcnt example set by Missouri a
he Poultry fanciers have already compliment to the Missouri State dopted as n model,
woken for room for 2000 l.l.ds. Ev Fair: "A clennState Fair is no irri The Missouri State Fair of 190a
erv cool' will no doubt be filled, decent dream. His a matter of was only her second annml state
llatuWme prizes aae offered and fact. It was accomplished in 1902 fair, yet it was give,, entirely with
. richt here in the West and proved out concessions for fakirs, amuse
lie towts, 1 ne a,.. ..., ... -i w. " . cated :ncn wh0 were disorderly were
i? Coddinir. ins had arge expert er conditions. Missouu lus set nn
U t-.oau.ng, iin h I Insniteof psomptly ejected therefrom.
encetn conuueu .u ' fM Dinner was turnished on the
and has always given ,...-. ? - ' rrollds by a church society, but no
W.S. Russell, of Omimw low., on the opeu.ng, which destroyed K", y y
' . , , ... , .. ... 1 ,,!.. , exoruuant cnarges were pcrmiutu
has been engaged as inuge uott. props. iy ... - rHhc
conclusions are so mn.uc.nly just M)iteof, he (act that the week closed the eshibits and
thatiioappetl from his decision has in a continued drizzle, the people ,nakc the most 0f them without hav
vcr been tude and the fancier wlio . rrQWds on the one .-.. ,; .nnat9t,ilv dUtrnrt
ca-iiti away a prize aw-arded byus ' d d he fair had that all debt, Ah robl)er . and' crime-making
, standard of his birds'! and premiums were raid ond cash .nst.tut.ono.
IU niv ( - s
Furnishes AH Grocers
Dont forget to ?sk fur
We also lead in the production of
Mta. Jerry Brown spent Sunday
in Lexington visiting It 0 r s i s l e r,
Mrs. McOillf ictitrniiig Mon , mor
Mr. Uichtird Willintus, formerly
of 'fiptoo, Mo., is making bin home
at present with Frank Willhitm hi
Mrs. Ada M. Waters of Now Or
leans, La. is visiting her mother
Mrs. F.miliue Williams oti K. I,a
Misses Maggie nutl M aymic
fhomas and Eugenia Chambers re
turned home ftom a visit to Uoon
Watch John Nelson and his as
sociates at Taylor Chapel next Sun
day, They are going to make
things hum at the rally.
Our old Saline Co. friend Uufus
Haggins came in with us Sunday
morning over the Branch, lie n
stopping at Huckins Hotel during
Prof C. E. Johiiijon, principal of
the 1 1 igginville school, passed thru
this city entout to Clifton City.
After remaining there a few days he
will go to Boonvillo to attend the
Cooper Co, Institute that is being
sp ably conducted by Prof, G. C.
W. H. M. Society Elects Officers,
'i'ne local branch of. tin YS'cn.i.n
Homo Mfcmnary Society of Tnylo
Chapel XI. IS. Cimndi, m.t'.luly ill, UtSO
1'. M and clwtst tho fol!oing offiMra
of thu onmuuj! quaitr
l'n'. Mr. K iti Rmith.
lit'Vi. i i'roa Mrs, Ak'i") Wilnow.
2nd Vi.i I',,-, Mrs M"l.l,i V?.
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tv L.t m.d ,.t
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and 1'i.iwtty f ' '. i
IU 'rcinain dm :ng ' nt
will It. n ; j-i'imi nt '
.1. , homj , if.
fov hi employe!'., 'tin indicates
tO UK 110 CUDS S -li'. ir f'CUUlUf-'I.CC- - 4
to a umrked d-K" ''.o'lii hit.
fOt n St I (Ua yoj;!'. ' ';
ATTA-Oli,CMAI'l I. AUO. 27-
To those who f?(.l d imposed John
Nolson and Bn Mcl'sodun will
g)Ve an etilertitiuiiiotii at Taylor
Chap! 1 he obj. t whKh is not
personal but the ;;,i t-ods wit. go
to cutting the - 1 d nvfcing
such other rep 1 she laM iet
ing plate ( our dead. I tiut thai
cvry colored man wtil atti'tid nud
as many white pilule as will.
Smith EUckson of Stdal'.a's
indst trustworthy. d ;iubl" lat 1
ers has been rc-empliMi'l,'- n.
Sedalia Candy Co. as its dray c'.-: 1 .
Ceo. Gibson disd Thursday mor
n.ng and wa. buri'-d l':.dy