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EL G. CASSIDY 4, CO.
SEDAUA, f t ' X
QUEEN CITY as.
PETER PEHL, Whiskey Merchant,
&-v- fiUNN CUKL
A. N. E Ckwrali
N Mania Service 11 a. m.
s Staday School - 2 p.m.
tVOtJamettia - 3 p. .
-v Kyaaia Service - 8 p.
Prajcr meeting evaryWittaiatry
urata at 3 p. at.
Tcaotera aeetiat Fritj tflbta
P. Tharmaa, paator.
H. R. Browa, Secy.
ANHBUSER BUSCH BEERS.
EXCELSIOR SPRINGS WATERS AND GINGER ALE.
X X X X X X Mieari
R.F. Phillips made a flying
trip to Jefferson City last week.
Nortel Osage St
Morniaa? services - 11 a. m.
Suaday School - a p. m
Class meeting - 3:45 p. at.
Kpworth League - 9,30 p. m
Eventog Service - 7HS P- m
Prayer meeting every Wednes
day evening of each week.
Christiou Band meetiag every
Friday night. You are welcome.
' Rev. T. L, Scott, Pastor
313 W. Oay
tr9. Mamie Walker, Secy.
NatKaji Street Baawal Orach.
Peaching 11 KK) a. m.
Sunday school 2:30 p. m.
Preaching 70 p. ra-
P raver mcetlne every Wednes
day evening. Come, you will be
made melcome to all of our ser
vices. Rev, J. H. Downing
Chief and Assistant Chief J. M.
Bradea will sinra sacred duet
at Taylor's Chapel Sunday night
Mrs. J. A. Horsey who has
spent several weeks in Colorado
Springs Colo., left Scdaha for her
home in Old Yirgtna Monday.
Father Washington Price, after
a verv pleasant visit in Lexington
and Kansas City, has returned to
ourcitv for the winter, we are
glad to see him.
R. F. Phillips, a member of the
class of 07 left Sunday night for
Nashville, Tenn., where he will
enttr MeHarry Medical College
of Walden University to begin
his soph more year in medicice.
tnnately for them they ditched
their buggy and had to seek help
from one of the neighbors.
The Church Extension Board,
of the Central Missouri Confer.
ence M. E. Church, met in the
College Parlor on the 15th and
recommended to the Parent Board
that a loan of 11600 be granted to
the church at Independence, Mo.
Those present wre Rev. Richard
Davis, pastor of Centennial M. E.
Church, Kansas City, Ma, Rev.
Richard Rush, of Versailles; Rev.
P. S. Bowles, A. R, Editor V. H
Huston, Dr. J. M. Harris, Rev.
W. H. Smith, Superintendent of
Nmt at Hand
The approaching wedding of
Mr, J. C. Murray, a former resi
deal of Warrensburg. Missouri,
to Mrs. Annie L. Stem.nons of
this cty, premises to be the social
event of theVteaaon. All SweeU
dom is fiUfd with anxious anticj
palion. TVie ceremony will be
rfornied at the Morgan Street
list Church on Vhe 30th at 8
p. aAccordiuft to present ar
rangements Robert Cooper, of
Warreasbferx will t.o the Best
Man. Miss CMcjra L. Flournoy of
Kansas City, M, will be the
bridesmaid. The iKsses Freda
Lewis, Edna Harpt. Pauline
Washington and Marguerite Cru-
vett will be flower girls. Mn A.
C. Braden,' Assitaut-Chief of tt!
True Reformers, will sing a solo
And the wedding march will be
played by Miss Eva Parker.
The reception will be held at
the residence of Mr. & Mrs. John
Leewright on North Moniteau.
hurt one day last week while work
ing the mines, which broke three
of hit ribs. He is reported to be
improving nicely at this writting.
Eugene Estol was hurt one day
last week white working in the
mine but is able to be out again.
Mrr. W. B. Stanton spent Sun
day in Marshall visiting relatives
Died in this city Sept. 16 I9O8
Ernest the infant son of Mr. and
Mrs. Joe Howlett. The little one
had been in poor health for some
time. Funeral services were
held at 2 p. m. Thursday at then
residence conducted by Rev. T. L
Mrs. John Carter of Lexington
is in the city on business.
Miss Nellie Hale is still on the
Mrs. T. A. Jcnes returned Some lolk say it is my duty,
VJncsilav evening aftir j -ml- For the Peerless One to vote;
davs in Kansas City. !le is not chosen captain,
1 ... - . S A . . il . .
MrsTSJcnkins WorknuT of O- vur ruou snip worn siay anoai
I t .. , . 1 t .!
maia NeX ,is in our city on btisi ; uul tnlP eis lircu l vog
for tne man without a peer,
I can always vote for Bryan,
So I'll vote for Taft this year..
5. It is the duty of attendance
officers and dlsttict clerk3 to no
tify parents and guardians whea
children fail to comply with the
provisions of the law.
6. The penalty for non-atteo
dauce falls cn parent or guardiaa
and it is a maximurr fin of $25
cr imprisonment for 10 days, one
7. For illegal employment of
a child, the employer is subject
to a fine of fifty dollars and costs
8. Every school Loaid shall
publish this synopsis in a news
paper of the district or post it in
tt least five public places ten day
before school opens each year.
VOTE FOR TAFI".
Higgmsville, Mo., Sept. 16 '08
A very pretty wedding was sol
cruised at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Oliver Franklin Tuesday af
tcrneon at two o'clock p, m. when
their daughter Miss Ka Britt
was married to Mr. Moody Jen
nings by Rev Watson. The par
lor was lighted and beautiful flow
MRS. 5?. DALE, FROfKn-nKKss
First Class Meals.
.7 A. M. TO MID-NIGHT.
MtfSCUKL NEE IMTBT CMKJ
Sunday Schcol - 10 a
. Preackiag First and Third Sua.
J . L w.l ...
Prayer Meeting Tuesday night
Covenant Meeting Friday aight
Pews tree and everybody made
s Kev. W. H. Howard, Pastor.
Mrs Znla Whitley, Clerk,
Mabel Williams, Asst. Clerk
Br. MBm- AU-FU IMte NHew a.
.FOR SAILOkt BOYS
la ta S Ya Old w
AMainty, TincxpensivB suit
for wear all year round, that
has won. instant popularity
with parents and Youngsters
iW&ta m at
tv. : am
J. B. Simpson returned from
Kansas City last week, where he
went to secure a large tent to be
used at his state fair stand. Our
friend J. B. means to have plf n
t? of chicken for State fair visitors
Keep this in mind because he
will sure treat you right.
The Cornation Club was enter
tained by Mrs. Carl Banks last
Wednesday. A large graphophone
furnished the rauic tor the occa
etna, reacn tee cream ana angci
food were served. The club will
meet with Mrs. Marie Johnson
ICE CREAM, SODA WATER, LUNCHES
SANDWICHES A SPECIALTY.
Pakenixe Us and Receive Proper and Polite Treatment.
121 EAST MAIN STREET.
Go To 4s $ $
105 NORTH LAMIXE ST.
For Good Hot Meal such as Mother used to Serve
PATSY WILLIAMS PROl'RITRESS.
Misses Pollie Saund
cie Sa'inders arc verv ill
an 1 Jo
Change is sometime necessary
If this life we can enjoy,
And altho our sweetest boon if
rcev. 1 . lays pastor oi me .kjv . . ..... . ..
,,. . . I, . , . , , a et 'ome little variation
E. Church of this place hart a' -.,..,. , . .
grand rally Sunday Sept. 13 I'lOS.
Revs. Woodson Pane, Randall
and E. D. Burns were present.
The amount raised during the
day was $28.82.
Compulsiory School Attend
Yon will miss a rare treat if you
fail to attend the Old Colored Sol
dierV Reuakw and Second Annu-j
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alisacampmeni as rem op mgs
near Warrensburg, on the 23 to
the 25 of this moatb.'You may
leep, eat and enjoy yourself on
oa the grounds during the entire
tsrmof the encampment.
Chief J. M. Braden and wife
who have been with us for two
year3 in interest cf the True Re
formers, have been transfered to
latliauopolis. Ind., to continue the
work. We regret to see them
leave as thev have made many
friends during their stay here
and' have be,en thorough workers
tor the organisation which they
represent We hope them much
saccess in their new field of labor.
Miss Mary Stewart and moth
er eajoyed a ride last Sunday
ha( they wdl remember, for years
ta come. Alter epcwuiaa: scvciai
jairaaaat hear with frteada ia
Oreaoea, they started home late
ia the af teraaoa, t " It was ao late
aad theyaakapay that they be
cam lest oa oeeof the aanarbaa
haitltvarda at Dreaata;" Uafor
the Sedalia district and Rev, Dr.
A. H. Higgs, Superintendent of
the St (osesh distric.
Send your Job Work to this office
8taT INVALID'S HOME IN THE Wasv.
ort4uaiih ruu tts t (hjiiMal
mmmu tor TMtaH or ll Chronic Dmmm.
mirr mw tor MeoaaaltttM ( pUL.a.
JMn Sargitml QfmtiHU ftim mm i 4
Stmmd Smutt wktn Smrgtrp it fMtttmrjf.
MSEMES F. tVBMEl SKLttS
HW wko un tnntM for jtm
m. Bsooltl book tor woaoa r Rich
ers were strown everv where. At
the appointed hour Miss Anna
Britt took her s:at at the piano
and Miss Henrietta Dyer sang a
beautiful solo and by the strains
couple entered the parlor.
The bride wore a handson e
gown of white silk and carried a
large bouquet of carnations and
roses. The groom looked h i s
best in regular dreiasuir. Alter
refreshments were served they
were accompaynetl to the station
by a number of relatives and
friends where amid showers of
rice and good wis'tes they lift on
the four o'clock tran for Salina
Ku?as where tbev exp-ot to re
side. They recieved m : n y useful
presents. The bride is on? of
Higginsvillc's best young- Indies.
She was born and reared to wo
manhood here, and a graduate of
our public school.
.The groom is a young man of
worth and ability, a graduate of
Lincoln Institute. May success
ever' attend them and a happy
voyage on the Sea of Life is tie
wishes af many friends.
We call the attention of our pa
rents and guardians to the follow
ing provisions of the Compul-M.
ry Educational Law:
1. Every child hetween S and
14 years old and between 14 and
16, when not regula.ly employed,
must attend some diy school at(
least half of the term each vear. j
2. No child can be excused on ,
promise to attend; he must attend j
the first half of the term before
being excused on' that account, j
?. Courts having jurisdiction
(Justice of the Peace in rural dis
tricts and in cities having less j
than 50,000 population) may ex
cuse children from attending
school for the following reasons:
(,1) parents can not supply prop
er clothing; (2) child is mentally
or physically unable to attend;
(3; no public school in two and a
half miles of the home; (4) labor (
of the child necessary to support 1
family; (5) child has completed
the common school course. i
4. No child between 8 and 1
can be employed in mine, factory
workshop or store unless axons
ed for one of the live reasons, or
has statement from teacher that
he has already attended h.iK of
the term for that school year
.Makc the landscape seem less.
I can vot; for Bryan always,
So I'll vote for Taft this year.
Even ttio our ci ilurc i s children
Hang their lica-ls i. (epesf.
Blushing ior llieir r lc. t'oreUtii '
j Who at one tint 1 iiimpt.-'. il
Who in glounn desperotmi
Votes down the Peerless Dear
We can vote for Bryan always
So we'll vote for Taft this jeay
i maw iu mar . . . mmt
WMTED&A RIDER AGEI
HU muHET KElllllKEll until vnu rtlvanrl an
bn ia the U. S. vAW
Drove of vour hi fret JT W m
a crw otroiu ia lavancc. j
3UI blCTC. WOjt
d or do not
aCTaaV MlCn We nh h.l(ht mdi bicrclei it It pottible to mat
rmiVRI.rRWSt t one una I protii above actual factory coil. You uwW
i t promt by bujlne direct of u and havethamanufacturcr'taM,
r Dioxle. IK NOT UUV abictckorapairof ' "TTfr u f
til VUU KCeive our caLlloiriltl and l.m nur nnli.arH nf '
trktt and rtmjrkaiU tff.ul ifftrt to rldor agent
M KILL IE ASiVNISNEI uudll.Vur rwg BZd1hf&
fruit we can make you this year. We sell the Imhcji crade bicycle, lor leu inim
tlun any Other faclorv. We Art SJtimM Ullti i.m nrnrit atviv f.rfnrw m.
IDIOUI DliAlitUlBt Vo can tell uur bicytlc, under your own came cult aal
HBNOUAMUBIVVCLKS. We do nut resiilatly handle second hand blcycln.
Illy have .a number on hand taken In trade by our Chicaco retail (tort's. These we clear
cei rancuis Iron) Wi to SH or lO. Uescnpttve b.ir;ain lists mailed I rtt.
utricle wheel. Imported roller -1miii and pedals, parts, repairs
the .day rcveiu'd.
r on hand taken in trad
rut trom 3 to SH or
aukmm m atae alocle whoeli. luiDorted
IrVnaiaa-VafMSiffi equlpaient o( all kinds at At'tkt umjl rtUtltn.it.
50 HEDCETHORN PUNCTURE-PROOF
eci cucii me tidec sample pair
TO MTRQOUCE, ONLY
Tkt regular rttail oi thfst tirts is
jxjtf ttr tair. out m;rituct ti t aiu
RO MMETtMBLE FROM PUNCTURES
NAILS, Taokt or tllaso will not let the
Jr nut. Sixty thousand nairs sold last vcur.
Over two humlml thousand pairs now in use.
mUOajPTHm Moln U sites. It Isllrely
'rMiutoancrtaMuag that their tlrtt haveonly been putnj
AlUv of mhber. which never liecomei
which closes up small punctures without allow.
we nave nuBurcua 01 icuvroiroraMiis.
paicigriwinuiawoDiesnHii. ineyeutnHURwrcin.a t
1 atreral laveta of Ihln, specially prepared fabric oa the
srtnwr wts ve umv .iict 90.30 per
an aaaattur a special laci
read. The reniar price
Notice the thtek robber I
a ana punotur itrlpa -earn
and D." also rim atria 'K
to prevent rim eattlns;. Tim
I tire will outlast any at
r n.h.wim. vr.Trn - -
per pair, but lor
r o) oily Kaa per pair, au orders shipped same day letter is received. WeshlpCO. TXest
1. To 90 lot pay a cent until you have examined and found them strictly as rtpreseatrat -
iu atsow mmwommmmv a wut tuivrvHT atuaK me price m too per pall J ir 1
eua . HIM vwn w mnm mm winiiwcueHl. a we Witt alio KOB SH
Mc&lBJjMMnaadpuaap. Tjittto be returned at OUB expense if for anyreaaon theyasi
jot sathamnej oaeaaaslaation. We are perfectly tellable and money .sent to us is as saf e aa ail
tank, it m'ortitTaiair of these ffita, you wlU And that they will ride easier, run faS
mm bettor, taft matt aaet taok finer than any tire yon have ever used or seen at any price. Tai
Walter Diuylts waa aarioaaly
Mamu sBafvjeaa VTamanar ?v iwi" x Rrrn ouut you khu ior a pear ear
M9&SJmU& jtjedtMhorm Ktcture-PToe5 Urtt on approval and trUlaf.
aelaaaatMa atM laotad atyrei or write tor our bj.Ttre and Sundry Catalonia wMafe
aaa aaa owetea an aaacea aaa aiaas 04 urea at aoout Mil tne uauat price.
aMmnaiAir ' write aa a pasaai toaay. ut hui thikk or UTUfu
nwe . efapau- ea umrraaa aayoae an
weareaaaksaf. It eatiy oasts a postal to eanereryUi
L HEM CYME COMPANY, CJICMO,
a . "'an
-may ba secured at
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GA LING CARDS