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Sedalia Weekly Sentinel (Newspaper) - April 20, 1906, Sedalia, Missouri Sepala weekly Sentinel. Friday april 30. 1000. Prices in order to introduce our flour fresh ground meal feed and groceries we Are offering them at prices unequalled. We make our own meal and ground feeds of All kinds which we guarantee the Best that Money can buy. 100 lbs guaranteed hard wheat flour .$2.10 21 lbs Best granulated sugar. 1.00 9 lbs Stevenson a Best lard. 1.00 guaranteed hams per lb.13i/2 6 twists Granger tobacco.25 1 la Star tobacco. 1 Peck fresh ground meal. 1 8-lb sack �?T>10 1 bucket syrup. 1 o in Concordia tomatoes or any other brand.10 3 cans our Best Sweet corn.25 2 cans Good peas. 15 8 bars old country or Diamond c soap. ,25 we also have a Supply of soft and hard Coal. Prices right. W. J. Menefee 4c0 West second Street. Both phones 328. Ball Park is a Jack mine backers of the Webb City Ball team struck 22-foot face of Jack in Drill Hole. Not exactly a heresy trial. Batavia n. Y., april 18.�?the ecclesiastical court composed of five ministers of this diocese of the protestant episcopal Church began the trial of Rev. Algernon s. Crapsey Rector of st. Andrewes episcopal Church in Rochester n. Y., this morning on charges which have been described As heresy but really do not amount to that. The arraignment or presentation of or. Crapsey Only charges him with violation of his or Clintion vows the canons of the Church and the condition of his employment As a teacher of doctrine in asserting in his Book a religion and politics a that the incarnation is a myth and that the miracles Are fables. Or. Crapsey formerly belonged to the extreme a a High Section of the Church even having confessionals in Bis Church. That he has now gone Over to the other extreme has stirred not Only his own congregation but Church circles in general. It was not until two years ago that or. Crapsey began to show Quot any signs of a changing belief in Diat Are declared to be the Basic doctrines of the Church. Matters were allowed to Drift along until last april when a number of clergymen of the Church presented a request of ran investigation to Bishop Walker of Buffalo and head of the Church in the diocese. After some investigation Bishop Walker appointed a committee of five Clergyman to make an investigation and after considerable work the committee submitted two reports three of the members reporting against a trial while two were in favor of a trial. Under Ordinary conditions that would have settled the matter but the clergymen in the Rochester District insisted upon an investigation and trial and the Bishop finally yielded. Of yellow clothes Are unsightly. K. Of f. M. Entertained. The members of the knights of father Matthew entertained their friends wednesday evening at the Sedalia College of music Hall the affair being attended by about 150 guests. John Mcgaw was toastmaster of the evening and after the rendition of an excellent program refreshments of sandwiches pickles potato chips ice Cream cake and Coffee were served. Of keep them White with red Cross Ball Blue. All grocers sell Large two ounce package 5 cents. Ooh. H. J. May ill. H. J. May an aged resident of the Northern part of the City is seriously ill with nervous trouble at Liis Home. Too wholesale drug and chemical houses supplying this store Are fully instructed to fill our orders with first Quality Only. The Best suits us and suits our pharmacy. Living indoors so much during the Winter months creates a sort of a Stuffy want of Ozone condition in the blood and system generally. Clean up and get ready for Spring. Take a few Early risers. These famous Little pills cleanse the liver stomach and bowels and give the blood a Chance to purify itself they relieve headache Sallow complexion Etc. Sold by w. E. Bard drug co. .-03 victim s face haunts Zuberer attempts suicide to get rid of vision of crime he has been punished for. Pittsburg april 19.�?hatmted by the face of a woman he murdered 15 years ago Joseph Evans aged 39, attempted to kill himself last night with carbolic acid. The Effort failing he was sent to the workhouse for 30 Days on a charge of disorderly conduct. Because Evans was drunk when he shot the woman in a resort he escaped with 12 years in the Penitentiary. From the Clay of the murder Evan says he has been constantly haunted by the face of the woman both while he was in prison and since. He has walked the streets night after night seeking to escape and twice has tried to end Bis torture by taking his life once by shooting and once by Poison. No Lawt of Man Ever devised could punish him lie says As he has been punished. The owners of the Webb City Ball team have struck Luck already. Besides having As they believe a Crackerjack Bunch of players and the Best Field Captain in the Western association they yesterday found themselves in Possession of something else that gave them equal if not greater satisfaction says the Webb City correspondent of the Joplin Globe. Their Ball Park has been proven to have the qualifications of making a big Jack mine. Yesterday the big five mayor Moore t. C. Hayden Geo. R. Mosely a. J. Bishir and t. Floyd Sexton who own the lease of ten acres which includes the Ball Park were each and every one congratulating each other Over the Prospect they have struck. For two or three weeks they have had a Drill at work about 100 feet from the wrest Fence and last evening they report that at 185 feet they have gone through 22 feet of As Fine Sheet Ore ground As any of the great formation that underlies the Guinn land and other tracts North of town. This is the result of Only one Drill Hole but the experience of All the other operators in the immediate Vicinity is that the Sheet ground is practically continuous and it seems certain that the baseball Combine in this City will have occasion to smile Over Good Luck for other and w Holly wasted $600,with doctors Lor Tezona then cured by d. D. D. Prescription Rais in tin at Mumn s own state went new Church building 51 Alice place Chicago nov. 3,1001 d. D d company. Gentlemen in the course of six years during which i suffered untold anon from eczema on the hands and feet i is ent Satoo to w00 with the Best skin specialists in Chicago. I should gladly have spent Many times that if i could have been cured for the constant itching and burning drove me almost to distraction and made life not Worth living. A brother conductor. Or. Edward Cain of West Chicago 111., who had suffered from Salt Rheum and Tetter for Twenty years called my attention to d. D. D. I started to use it and received instant Relief from the terrible itching. This made me Happy but i found that the eczema eruption instead of disappearing seemed to spread. I was told that it was sometimes a symptom after d. D. D. Was first applied and so i continued to apply the remedy and got at least Relief from the itch for the time being. Since then i am glad to say. D. D. D. Has worked wonders for the eczema gradually disappeared and i am now completely cured. Simon Crowley. Conductor Wisconsin division. Northwestern Kail Way. That d. D. D. Has cured All these people whose letters we published there can be no doubt and d. D. D. Will just As surely members of East Sedalia Baptist Church take initial step on project. Committee to report in week unique reasons As compared with the cure you. No matter How severe or of How backers of perhaps any other club in ,0d standing oar skin tron la w. E. Bard drug company to t7t7 Hample Coupon xxx xxv mail this promptly the association. Of shop men if you want to buy a Nice cottage or a Good lot at Low Price and on easy terms Call on w. H. Ritchey second and Ohio streets. Of leaves Haifa Milun wow of his Friend and her children sole beneficiaries of will of Rich Portland Man. Of j. A. Folgar amp co. High Grade Coulee 6 teas for two years we have been handling the Folger Brand of Coffee. It is without a doubt one of the finest coffees on the Market. We have just put in the Folger line of teas and we guarantee its Fine drinking Quality. At the moderate Price of 25c and 50c a package. Try either the Coffee or Tea and if not the Best you Ever had the Money Back. P. Brandt grocer co. Quality grocers. Now is the time to take Hollister a Rocky Mountain Tea it cleans your system of All impurities. A wonder Spring tonic. A family Benefactor. 35 cents Tea or tablets. W. E. Bard drug co. A too a a a to give choir Tea. Mrs. H. A. Pratt and mrs. C. M. Price will give a choir Tea Friday afternoon for the choir of Calvary episcopal Church the hours being from 4 to g p. M. And from 7 to 10 p. M. The affair will be Given at the Pratt residence 609 West Broadway. Of. Success has crowned our efforts of untiring Endeavor and we present to the Public with a Confidence never before held by any other Medicine Hollister a Rocky Mountain Tea. 35 cents Tea or tablets. W. E. Bard drug co. A or baseball suits Here. New York april 19.�?mrs. Clara Goldsmith widow of or. M. K. Goldsmith and her three children Are the sole beneficiaries under the will of the late l. K. G. Smith of Portland ore., who died recently. The estate is Large and Smiths reason for so bequeathing it As expressed in his Wal filed for probate yesterday was that general Goldsmith had befriended him when in need. Mrs. Goldsmith and her children formerly lived at the hotel Ashton. Smiths property consists of 400 acres of Oregon land 2,400 shares of Continental tobacco preferred 80 $1,000 Bonds of the consolidated tobacco company 570 shares of Green consolidated Copper Stock 800 preferred and 620 common shares of Republic Iron and steel and 100 preferred and 700 shares common of United states steel corporation Stock. The securities Are estimated to be Worth about $500,000. The deeds and Stock Are All on Deposit with the Bank of Montreal. D. D. D. Co. Medical department 110-120 Michigan st., suite 592, Chicago. Please Send me free prepaid a Large size Sample bottle of 1. Let. I Pham Plet and consultation Blank. For years i have been a filched with a skin disease called and have never used d. 1. 1. Name address meeting of the elks. The members of the Sedalia Lodge of elks held an enthusiastic meeting wednesday night at the Elk club rooms and the initiative was conferred on two new members r. A. Stephens and Henry Butler. Four applications were also received and balloted on. The elks local Lodge is rapidly increasing in membership Anil is now one of the strongest in this Sec Tion of the country having about four Hundred members. Of 1000 vehicles at wholesale prices. Look us Over before you buy. N. Johannes a sons imply co. Second and Kentucky streets. Of playing baseball today. Of amusements. The uniforms for the Hills business College baseball team have arrived and the team will indulge in regular practice from this time on. The uniforms Are of a greyish color with Blue Caps stockings and trimmings. Of a get Busy and investigate the special vehicle Sale now going on at n. Johannes a sons imply co. Second and Kentucky streets the Best and purest soda water and fancy drinks Are dispensed at the 512 Ohio Street the Golden Stock company will present tonight at Woods opera House a master and Man a with specialities and vaudeville acts. The Bernhart Trio acrobatic and contortion act is the Best of its kind Ever seen in Sedalia. This act alone is Well Worth the Price of admission. Miss Goldie Beach does some Clever specialities during the performance and pleases the audience. There will be a special matinee saturday for ladies children and gentlemen. All school children 5 cents. A ladies Beautiful dress pattern which can now be seen in the window of Guenthers dry goods store will be Given away saturday night to the party holding the Lucky number. The number must positively be in the House. A 00----�? special vehicle Sale now on at n. Johannes a sons imply co. Second and Kentucky streets. Of phone repeater a big Success invention of san Francisco Engineer makes it possible to talk from coast to coast. San Francisco cal., april 19�?david c. St. Charles an Engineer of this City has invented a repeater which will make it possible to Telephone form Here to new York. What the so called repeater has done for telegraphy st. Charles invention it is now claimed has done for the Telephone. The combining of the Echo in nature with the sounding Board of a violin furnished the Clew to the discovery according to a statement of st. Charles superintendent John w. Glass of the local Telephone company says the invention is a Success. -00�?- if you have cause for changing drug stores come to the Arlington. A number of local Young men with a a Spike Ritchie As manager will this afternoon play a game of Ball at Liberty Park with the Central business College team. A c. 00lph amp co the Cash 6r0cers. 115 West main Street. Q i phone 881_bell Phene 663 1 s week we offer you 20 5bs Best granulated sugar for.$1.00 g f 011s gasoline for.75 on Coal Oil for.60 1 gallon pickles for.25 1 quart fresh roasted peanuts. .005 1 package egg of see for.08 1 la bulk Macaroni for.05 1 package Corn starch for.05 to red Wolf Tea lowest Price on record for.40 1 la Walter bakery a chocolate a snap for .31 7 bars Echo soap for.25 1 bottle a a stove polish for.08 3 lbs bulk currants make Fine pies for .25 have you tried our Coban Coffee per Pound .20 groceries delivered to any part of the City. We would invite you to Call and see us to have the most Complete Stock of groceries in the City and prices Are bed Rock. Both phones. Prompt delivery. It a Faker Quot that is travelling from town to town or from House to House May sell you a pair of glasses they May be All right and they May be All wrong either Way the chances Are that you never will see him again if they Are All w Rong you have got to stand it. Your Money is thrown away. Our optical specialist has been Here for the past eleven years and makes a specially of fitting glasses. It is not a Side line. We have All the latest improved instruments and Are up to Date in the methods of fitting. Ormond a Klueber 317 Ohio Street. New edifice will replace the old one which stands at the Corner of fifth and Summit streets. The congregation of the East soda Lia Baptist Church at the close of the regular mid week prayer meeting wednesday night held their regular monthly business session and among other Church matters brought up for discussion was the project for a new Church edifice. It was decided unanimously to make an Effort to build if the necessary funds could be secured and the Rev. R. C. Miller the pastor was selected to select others to act As a committee with him in considering the advisability of taking such Steps. The present Church used by that congregation is not sufficiently Large for the increasing attendance at services held there and if the Effort is made to build a new Church these Dacia people will no doubt assist them in every Way possible. No definite plans were formulated at the meeting last night but another meeting will be held next wednesday night at which time the matter will be further discussed and it will probably be decided at that time whether or not they Liali proceed with the we Ork to that end. The new edifice will replace the one now standing at the Corner of fifth and Summit streets Wirich will be moved off. The Church owns the ground where the present Church stands and also the property adjoining on the we est which has a frontage of something like 400 feet. A a too Quot a. See c. F. Marshall before buying a piano. He will save you Money. He represents the old reliable House of John n. Taylor who carries the Best line of pianos of any House in Missouri. 504 South Ohio Street. Of death of mrs. Waik is was a native of Kentucky but Hsc spent Many years in Sedalia funeral thursday. Mrs. Amanda w. Watkins aged 93 years one of the oldest residents of this City died tuesday evening at 7 30 of clock at her Home 141 West seventeenth Street death being due to pneumonia after an illness of ten Days. The deceased was born in Cumberland county ky., october 8, 1813, and was wedded when 24 years of age. A number of years later she removed to Illinois where she resided for a time and then came to Sedalia where she had made her Home continuously up to the time of her death. She was a devoted member of the first Christian Church and besides a Large number of children and grandchildren is survived by Many Loving friends. The surviving children Are mrs. M. A. Brown of Kansas City Abner Watkins of Kansas City mrs. C. L. Edwards of Sedalia w. M. Watkins of Davenport wash., and mrs. M. A. Burton of this City. The funeral will be held Felt pm the first Christian Church at 2 30 of clock thursday afternoon the Rev. J. M. Rudy to officiate. The interment will be made in the family lot in the City cemetery. Ooh Louisiana teachers meet. Baton Rouge la., april 19.�? the first session of the annual convention of the Louisiana state Public school teachers association will meet Here ibis afternoon. Hundreds of teachers and principals from All parts of the state Are Here for the purpose of attending the convention and the hots Are Well filled. The first business session will be called to order by president Caldwell this afternoon. There will be another session this evening when president r. C. Caldwell and several other prominent speakers will deliver addresses. The program provides for five general sessions and a series of department meetings for the primary kindergarten grammar High music drawing physical culture and principals departments. The subject for general discussion will be the a a teachers a state superintendent Aswell will speak on Friday night. The convention will adjourn on saturday. The sessions will be held in go Rig Hall. At the same time the alumni of the state Normal school will hold their annual reunion. . A Mii Kinn 0 of drops Ulm a. A a it a 1 assimilating the Tood and regulating the stomachs an dowels of imams Hild Kkt cheerfulness and gains neither opium morphine nor Mineral. Not narcotic. Ref pump pm Smyj it a hrs Catlet smut a Anise forms end a perfect remedy for constipation sour , Worms convulsions feverish Oess and loss of sleep. A hmm hmm a a tac simile signature of amp i amp i amp Ezust new York. At b Fri o i i h o 1 d j5 d0si s-33c1 hrs Castria for infants and children. The kind you have always bought bears the signature of exact copt of wrapped. Lam mama for Over thirty years Castoria Ems Sci Braun com inv new vows pm. Sedalia gets conventions Republican Congressi n a l and senatorial committees met this morning. July nineteenth is the Date summons was very sudden mrs. William Katzer died saturday morning at her Home on Wilkerson Street. Funeral at sacred heart Church time can be changed if it is the wish of congressman Wellborn committees endorse prof. Buchanan. Subject to the Call of the chairman of the seventh District Republican c Gressional committee the committee met at the office of Hon. P. H. Ran Gree in the City of Sedalia and 011 Roll Call of the counties composing to District it Wras found that All of lie counties were represented either by proxy or in person. On motion duly moved and seconded the place for holding the nominating convention was Sedalia. Springfield through the committeeman urged her claims. On motion the time for holding the convention was set for july 19, 1906. It wms decided that the number of delegates the convention from each county should be the same As each county As it if to be represented in the state non noting convention to wit Benton county. 7 delegates Greene. 22 delegates Hickory 4 delegates Howard 4 delegates Lafayette 12 delegates Pettis 15 delegates Polk 9 delegates Saline 0 delegates. The chairman was authorized to change the Date of holding the convention should it be the wish of congressman Wellborn. On motion duly seconded and car ried Hon. G. V. Buchanan was endorsed by Resolution for the position of state superintendent of schools As a candidate of the republicans of the state. Had been a resident of Sedalia for Twenty years and besides husband and seven children is survived by Many friends. Senatorial committee. The fifteenth senatorial District committee met at the same time and place As the congressional committee did and agreed with the latter com it tee 011 the Date selected and both the congressional and senatorial conventions will be held on the same Date. If its worthy a place in a Well appointed drug Stock you will find it at the Arlington. -00 Maywood nurse resigns. Miss Alice Volaski who has been a member of the staff of trained nurses a. The m i Wood Hospital has tendered her resignation and left wednesday afternoon for Jefferson City where she will make a Short visit before accepting another position. See w. H. Ritchey for Nice residence lots close in Good inaction. Mrs. Mary Anna Katzer. Aged 56 years wife of William Katzer died very suddenly saturday morning at 6 of clock at her Home 702 Wilkerson Street death resulting from heart trouble with which she had been affected for several months. Death was entirely unexpected and came As a great Shock to relatives and Loving friends. The deceased wms born in Germany july 5, 1850, and was wedded in 1873. She came to America with her husband in 1880 and located at Jefferson City making that place her Home for a period of six years and then removing to Sedalia where she had resided continuously up to the time of her death. Besides being a devoted member of sacred heart Parish she was affiliated with the Catholic knights and ladies of America and the altar society of the sacred heart Church. Besides her husband seven children miss Mary Katzer mrs Charles Whitson William Hildah Amiel Selma and Laura Katzer All of this City with the exception of Amiel whose Home is in st. Louis survive her. Two Brothers l. E. Friemel of Sedalia and e. L. Friemel of Jefferson City and a brother and sister living in Germany with Many friends also survive he. The funeral will be held monday morning at 9 of clock at sacred heart Church the Rev. For. S. Neiberg to officiate and the interment will be in he Catholic cemetery. The members of the Catholic knights and ladies of America and of the altar society will attend the services in a body. The following gentlemen have been selected to serve As pallbearers Peter Pehl Frank Lorsbach Peter Rast Daniel Gross Joseph Lennarts and Gerlach Pfeiffer. Buy one of those Nice Large lots in Ritchey a addition and build you a House Slop paying rent. Lots and houses sold on easy terms. Of calling in All stars. Chief of Ponce will Boullt requests that ail extra stare worn by various officers during the administration of mayor j. L. Babcock be returned to Bis office at once

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