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, - ' PUNCHES, --'COOL; IIWallteiM
, CKEAMfl. SODAS AND .8UMIAlm!fr4i VA'V&Wi
Orgaaked aW.Ua, Mieseari, Malta 2TU, ltT.
Old Colored Soldiers' Re-union and
2ND ANNUAL ENCAMPMENT
-TO BE HELD AT-
IN THE CELKBRATED AND WORLD RBNOWNEI
PERTLE SPRINGS GROUNDS,
The 25, 1908.
Attractions Already Secured:
SEPTHM'JBR 22- The Veterans will Strike Camp, at Camp Frederick Douglass at 3 P..
M. Tents, -'Klattresses, Cots, Rooms, Meals and other Necessities will be provided
for the accotnuuJition of 500 or mare on the grounds at reasonable rates per day.
SEPTEMBER 23 The Old Negro Settlers of Central Missonri and the Great West will meet
rctlic Pertle Springs Pavili at 1:30 p. in. to perfect aa organization under the supei vis-
ion of Thomas Chapman, Ho'd'en; Luui BUir, Centcrview; John Carter, Silt Pond and
duties Simpson, Snithton. All oM citizens, male and female, are urtjed to be present.
OLD SOLDIERS' ANNUAL BUSINESS SESSION AT TWO-THIRTY P. M.
Hon. N. C. rews, of Kansas City, Adj-General R. E. Gillum, of St. Louis, and
Col. James W. Jackson, Clinton, will deliver addresses at 3:30 p. m.
SEPTEMBER 2 EMANCIPATION DAY CELEBRATION Civic and Old Veterans'
Parade :U iliijh X ion. l. I !v the celebrated Queen City Concert Band of Scdalia, Missouri
Rev. J C. CaJdweil. of St Joseph. Pres. A. C Maclin, Sed&Jia and Rev. H.
J. Burlon, JJt'ersim Ciiy. will deliver the addresses at 3 p. n.
SEPTKMBEK 2.S Veterans' an. I Dross P.irade at Cmp Frederick Douglass. Address
os .vill le .blU-crc .1 by t'.te Ke l L. Seott, of Sedalia; Rjv. J. W. Gordon, Clinton and '
li:ioi. Se.t: a Civil War Vetor.n, of Wjrrcnsburg, Missouri.
BASS BALL GAMES DAILY on Camp Diamond
s Piccaninnies, of Scdalia, will meet the Dresden Juniors, on the 23rd; The Knob Noa
ter Sure Yinne:s, on the 2th and the Smituton Browns, on the 25th.
The Celebrated Queen City Concert Band
Of Ssdalia, Missouri, un.icr the management of A. H. Hickman, will furnish
the music for each day's attraction. Hear their Concerts.
Musical Concerts Every Evening in
the Mammoth Camp Pavilion
YOU CAN NOT AFFORD TO MISS THIS GRAND AFFAIR.
GOME PREPARED TO REMAIN IN GAMP DAY AND NIGHT.
STAFF OFFICERS FOR 1908 ENCAMPMENT:
Rev. Richard Rt'sh. General-in-Chief
Rev. .lames W. Jackson, Colonel
Rev. V. H. H. Brown, Lieutenant-Colonel
Caleb Lindsey, Major
Rev. R. E. Gillum, Adjutant-General
Benjamin F. Isaacs, sr., Inspector-General
Rev. J. C. Shackletord, Chaplain
George Ousley, Treasurer
Charles Williams, Sergeant-at-Arms
J. F. M. Counce, Drum-Major
EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE FOR 1903 ENCAMPMENT:
Rev. J. Frank McDonald, Dr. C. S. Waldeo, Rev. Anthony Coleman.
Rhodes, Rev. C hrtstopher Taycs, M. Bsrry,
len, Hayden Golden, VaJ Wtlliamr, Guy Fox,
ford, Benjamin Lynch, James White, John Cowan,
Albert Williams, Harrison Fisher, Sandy Ousley,
Rev. J. W.
A. Howard, Samuel Al
Henry Tucker, James Bad.
Levi Smith, Frank Barbour,
John Butler, Samuel Williams
The Missouri Pacific Railway Company and the Perth Spring Railway Company will furnish
n- . ....... iwun ! u turtucr iniormauoB
Call on Local Ticket Agent or Write
Rev. RICHARD RUSH, General in-Chief,
. , l"7 SOUTHr.MlSSOURI AVENUE, SEDALlA, MO.
Zggll. HUSTON Advertisfeg Agent, Sedilit, Mo.
In tM evolution by whteh p?r
overnmeni has become 'iSc
:tra-constitutional method of- ae-
cdrinf respoastbiHty to the pre
pie. the Republican Party has K
come their traditional represent .
ttve and the Democratic Prty 1k
organized aspiration of indivHu
als for power without responaibi
ity. Fairly tried, from 1893 tc
1895. the two Democratic Houses
and' the DemocraticPrisi(ent
were a "wild learn" and a'elsf
driver. Democracy agitates '.lo
cal differences, Republicanism or
ganizes the. National idt-a. In '3
the people were commited-to. the
cause of human liberty; the idea
of "Liberty and Union" expanded
for th'e .first timo into the realitv
of the American nation.
In I879 money was committed
to a specie baMs; specie wm at
once, until 1S93, no longer sought
and government bonds went to a
premium at the reduced rate of
interest. In 1896 business men
were again committed to confi
dence; before a single statute was
enacted prosperity set in and in
ten years bank deposits almost
trebled a permanent gain which
the recent panic, a "state of mind'
now completely dispelled, scarce
1 y . touched. I n 1906 business
was committed to fair methods;
without compulsion violations
The Republican Party, at each
period, sounded the public con
science, felt the- National pulse,
framed its policies in response,
and realized in law he dominant
American idea. Its constructive
past assures its constructive fu
ture. It is today as it always has
been, -The Party fit to Govern."
IV. Party of Statesmen
The party of Statesmanship, it
has been the training school ot
statesmen. Its policies have been
forged in the heat of public discus
fston, tempered in the deliberation
and shaped in the conflict of many
trained minds, and drawn and fi
nally wrought for the country's
welfare. Dominating its mem
bers through principle, it assures
unity in government; its staunch
es partisans have made the great
est contributions to National pro
gress. The roster of its leaders
is the national roll of honor of pub
V. Taft and Sherman Construc
tive Candidates A Conttrae
Republicanism stands today for
progressive policies In safe bands
By solving the constructive prob
lems of world power in the last
two administrations, William H.
Taft taught the world our capaci
ty and us his own. In all con
structive legislation for twenty
years. James S. Sherman1 has
been a leader, In the records ot
the Republican caudtdates as well
as in the platform are written the
story of the nation's progress and
the reliance of the future.
A Democratic President or a
Democratic House would turn
back those pages; thereafter Brv
anism would record "Destruction
This the Republican Senate could
not prevent. Under Taft and
Sherman and a Republican Con
gress the great progress of the
past will be hrld and the greater
progress oi ne mture will be as
sured. - ' v.
wnw wvibc ana routs jreameM at An TimeeV
fi09 North Laralne Street, t s flfeDAMA? MtaiAtrSirtSal
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cut flowers. The young debu
tante, dressed in pompadour net
ver pink silk, and carrying, a
bouquet of piok and white roses,
which the ladies presented to h'er
carried the honors .f the evening
with girlish grace and dignity.
After the presentation of the deb
utante by her. mother, Mrs. D.-N
Crosth wait came the grand march
led by Miss Annie and her broth
er David. Following them were
Miss King of Jefferson Citv nnd
Paul Crosthwait. Others in line
were: Cora Carr,- Irva French,
Evelyn Wilson, Misses Danghtry,
Boaz, Blanch Holliday, Corriene
Buckner, Lillian Wells, Alberta
Wells and Barker of Lawrence,
Presiding at the punch bowls
were the Misses Ruby Bradley,
Nannie Richardson an'd Melody
Mn. Crosthwait was assisted
by Mcsdames J. F. Bradley, T. C
Untliank, U. O. .Cook, J. Lang,
F. Jackson, W. Fairfax, S. Har
ris. A. Gibs, J. Hill, C. Monroe,
W. P. Swan, J. llerndon, Nero
Bosstield, M. Carter and Miss Sal
The out of town guests were:
MissPaughtry of Chicago, Miss
Warrick of St. Louis, the Misses
Barnes of Denver, Miss Flo King
ot Jefferson City and Miss Wright
The young debutante is a stu
dent of Fiske University Tennes
see, and will resume her studies
Kansas City Son.
Misses Pleadis Fowler Sti&i
Stuard and Messers .AlvaMrkff
and George S teverson f ihisf di$S6
' ;( t-. zm
iss Bettie JHclr is viftlrt.
in Cow Creek this week . 1 , t $iMM
,lrs. Charley Taylor-and
ren spent Sunday in Caw
Mrs. Annie Fluence and
Vollie Fluence BPentWedneVday
withMs. Geerge Rich. . ..' J&m$M
Mrs. Alberta Tih'h. ti W
sick list this week. ' " ' "MMi
ueorge ateverson left for Lex
ington Tuesday for a few weks.
MALTA BEND ITEMS.
V.r. J. BLOCHBERGER
The BEST MILWAUKEE BEER
US WEST MAIN STREET,
SEDALIA, f 1 .
Both Phone. 501.
A FAlfc DEIUTANTE
A very pretty and charming at
f.2. .u.. ,'ii;ii!-'Ar' i';-4ei'-':'-
Mrs. Laura Davis of this place J.
is tn Marshall visiting.
Mrs . Sarah Neff was called td
Kansas City to spend a few weeks
with her lister who is ill. j
Miss Edn? Reid is on the sick
list this week. . i
Mrs- . D. Burns is very ill at
tnis writtlng. .us BA8T MAIN.
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