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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 8 May 1903

W -.' I if r- If'"1- 1 f -.", If" "5 : It. fa 4 t 7830 mm 0 e&ttlk mtkm cmocumtor .-Try wr1 VOL. SEDALIA, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, MAY 8, 1903. NO, Mum, M '-3S3r"?.s i;,7' ,11,1.1 - s? .. George R. Smith College. Rev. I. L. Lowe, D. D., Ph. D., President. CALENDER FOR 1903 04 Fall term opens Sept. 22, closes Doc. 1 1. Winter term oPcns Dec. 14, closes I'cd. 19. opnng term opens Feb. 22, closes APril 28. Tne purpose of the Golleg is to give a thorough, practical christian education. It, carca for the health and physical training, provides for tefined social culture, gives careful attention to morals and manners, and aims to lesd the sttdent to a personal 'eligious life. The work of the Cnllcge is divided into six general departtneuts, I, Primary nnd Grammar Gradea, prviding a thorough drill m the elementary branches. II Academy or College Prcparitory, witliCIassical, Scientific, Bib Jical, English, Normal and Commercial courses. III Art .Department Drawing. Painting ami Decorative work,...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Conservator
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 8 May 1903

kr- '5-' .iW '' BUS 'ft ISS5SSJ SEDALJA 0NSr,R?ATOR. v. h. Huston C. M. ENGLISH EDITOR. MANAGER 8M EH Si Ik. It This Space Will Notify You, When Your Subscription Js Due Contributions viust be accom panied by name as an assurance tf good faith. Ml articles for publication must be in by Wednesday. SUBSBRir-TION, One Year Six Months One Mouth Si. 75. I5 Think lor Tliy-Solf ono $oai thought; Anil know It to lj Tlilno own. 'TIS Icttor tliun n tlimnami gleaned From fields dy other sown, nnon. Our Primal Greeting. The "Scdlia Wackly Conservator" presents Us presence to to the reading public, and begs a patient indulgent pcrnsal of its columns. Tho Management and Editor hoep to interest you by supplying you with usefttl information on tho curront issues of the day social, moral, religious and racial. Our policy shall be for a higher standard of christian culture in the home, a more progressive and persistent effort in the business world a nearer approach to that true tyqeof american citize...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Conservator
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 8 May 1903

V 1 PERSONEL MENTION. May 1 '03 Our first cash subscribes. Win, Hodges and C. iCLcwis. Rev. Win. Alexander has an at tak of hoarsncss. J. W. Scott & Co., went n lishing Monday. H. A. Harris7 left Sunday ni'ht for Sf Louis. r Miss Cynthia Powcl left for St. Louis Sunday, Mrs; jennic McColough has been visiting her parents this week. High School Concert nt Quin Chap el Friday night, io & sets. Mrs. Lucy Harris is impioving Mr. Henry Jones is very sick Rev. V. j. Deboc has purchased a home at 308 W. Morgan St. O, U. Brown and Guyo Hawkins have departe for lubianapolis I ml. Mrs, I Initio Holbort, of St.L0ui.-5 is visiting her son Mrs, Williams of K. C. is here on business. Washington Stevenson passed through from Swectsprmgs enrouto to St. Louis Wed. Mrs. Alice Brown's club of the A, M. E, Church, served lunch at the rarsonage Wed, ni ght Vest Witchcr, who has been sick for two months, we arc glad to an nounce is out again.- Rev. R. C. Smith of the Frie Baptist church returned ...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Conservator
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 8 May 1903

1 0 ' '4 If. m BLUE FRONT GROCERY Full linejStaple Groceries Fresh Bread, Cakes, and Cookies. Soda-Pop and other refreshing drinks Right of the Ice. CALL AND SEE US, WE WILL TREAT YOU RIGHT. 1 -3 John Kuhn & Co. COR. LAMIN'K & rr.TTI "sbdawa, ato. CD R ead Where to Worship. MotJiodlst Episcopal Chu reh Sunday Morning 9 oo, a. m. Sunday-school .. 10 45 " " Seng service by Choir. 1 1 oo " " Preaching. Afternoon 2 jo, p. ui. Class-meeting. 6 30 " " Epworth League. 7 45 " " Song service by Chpir S 00 " " Preaching. Rev. R. Davis, Pastor. 11 00 African Mothodlt E. Church Sunday Mornin Preaching Afternoon bunuayscnool a oo, Class meeting 3 00 Endeavor 7 00 Preaching 8 00, Rev. Win, Aloxandor, Pastor, w a t $1.25 PER. YEAR. NEW ICECREAM PARLOR, . And Lunch Room Cornor Lamlno & Pettis St! Havinifopen a first class' ICE CREAM PARLOr &md LUNCH ROOM, we arc prepared to serve you withj tftthc best cream in the city at all hours at a reasoadlegj price, call, anu us, upon uay aim ...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Conservator
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 16 May 1903

fflp VOL. i. SEDALIA, MISSOURI,; 'SATURDAY, MAY 10, t9o3. " NQ ;j I, .,. li i Welcome Address T THE MO, M. E. CONFERENCE ret marcn n.uy snaiion t-roncn. Hishop Hamilton, viaitihK biotliren nmt inumborN uC tliu v'mtrnl Missouri Conference assembled In your annual iw''' session ns ndelsbcratj body to trausct L mollies for Uio great Mctliodnst Epis- ropal Church: I tear you ftrocliugs '- n tul in behalf of llio j abllo school nnd our hospitable citizens I havu both tho ; , honor nnd pleasure o bidding you wel- eomo lo tho queou city.of tho comniou '4' wcnltli of Minsourl. You flatter uk by yourprcKencc.Wo hpt'ctorcciproeatby V-,- honoring you with our intelligent, un selfish, enterprising cilizouship; with tho nltruibtio spirit of our schools und chnrchos, nnd tho uospltality of our lwnes. Political revolution, liberty, justico and nnd democrat y tiavo in turn fol lowed fast upon inch oilier iu the wako of protectant rofonunt'.r Tho Kcuaissauci. r.ad llio Criuadu preceded and ptvared t...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Conservator
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 16 May 1903

Sedalia Weekly Conservator. 14 K. IS H, HUSTON M. ENGLISH EDITOR. MANAGER This Space Will Notify Ton SUBSBBIFTION, When Tour Subscription Is Due One Year mx monuis Contributions micst be accom panied by name as an assurance vfjfood faith. Allarticlcs for publication must lie in by Wednesday. One Mouth $1.35. 7S Think for Thjr-Sctf ono good thought; And Ur.ow It to t' 1 tilnu own. 'TIJ bctUr thnn n thousand gleaned From Ilelilrt bj otlicrii sowu. i niton. Our Thanks The Editorial Stuff and Management, of the Conservator, wish to thank the public in general for its encouragement & the Business Enterprises particularly for the confidence uii' posed in un. We, also thank our contemporaries, for their kindly mention in their columns and hope that we may be a "ble to reciprocate their kindness in the near future. HOME. The colonial that, Every man's house is his castle, worthy o ur considsration, even now. They borrowed or inherited this idea from their English Ancestry. Hence, it was...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Conservator
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 16 May 1903

UT"VK 1 ' s" il Seaalia Weekly Conservator PERSONAL MENTION. CIIRONI.OGICALLY. m '-WW 8R 85".' of , May io Mrs. Martha Ramsey, oncofSc dalia's old anil highly esteemed cit izcns, v l.o 1 is him fill:, is belter. Rev. Richard Davis preached the Eucharistir sermon nt Quinn's ha pel attluce t'u th c ciu mi . A charitable collection for the re lief oi Mrs, Amanda-Jones, was ta hen at Taylor's Chapel, amounting to more than two Dollars. Mr William Flournoy of St.I.ou is, Pullman porter on the Katy has been detained in the city for the past several days by the recent wreck. While here, he is the guest at the Dixon home, on H Cooper. Prof, J II Williams, Centralia, Mo., advance agent for James Par ker, of McKiulcy fame, was in our city arranging for three lectures by him at the folio wing places; 'Pay lor's Chape), Morgan Erect Baptist church and Qtiinn Chapel A. M, 1 church. THE NATION'S'HERO J, B. PARKER, At Qulnn Chapel To Night. ec Interview of him Next Week BOSTON CAFE. Furnishcsall G...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Conservator
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 16 May 1903

, V 1 if UK ;y. a; I l-'A 1 fir. UjE FRONT GROCERY 2Full line Staple Groceries Fresh Bread, Cakes, and Cookies. Soda-Pop and other refreshing drinks Right of the Ice. GALL AND SEE US, WE WILL TREAT YOU RIGHT John Kuhn & Cor? Bead $1.25 PER. YEAR. PARLOR, And Lunch Room I Corner Lamlno & Pettis Sf $ J Having "open a first class ICE CREAM PARLOR thc best cream in the city at all hours at a reasnoaillcw Stance. CALL and SEE US. Onen Dnv mid NiV.if-. $ muic W1L.L, uuu oxvi upeu uay aua iNignt. w St. Icilr NI(3IiaiR. PrTOiaH1.ir. ?! THE 15 cents Per- month J. P. Bishop the Progressive Grocer. Fresh Buffer .20 cts. lb. Bulk Coffeo - .10 . Coal Oil . .i5 " gal. AI, Flour 1-4, s'ck 45 c"t. Orders takou every morning, Courteous Treatment. "'Ypuf Trade Solicited. 413 N. Lamiue, Wttm Ser Va Tor '1 u-t 4 . Where to Worship. - Mothodlst Episcopal Church Sunday Morning 0 00, a. 111. Sunday-school 10 45 " " Seng service b Clioir ri 00 " " Preaching Afternoon Class-mscting . 'Epworth League...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Conservator
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 23 May 1903

'wrinmnr- rr"m r 1 tt 1 1 i m m i a iriwiTHwrmnfiTiriiTTifc MTrmrrTiiwimmmTmiwmMMMwmwimnwmm i,lCT';Ty 'wiO!'."'' ''Vt'lYC-P- YJ$1 '? I II I I 111 II I I I I II WHIP Hi IP Mil II Mt I III I 111 IBM ! Ullll I'll 111 I 1 1 II II III MIMWWWM MMPIW VV ,. ISSS1 H H H M M M H SB H ISSSk. 1H M H H W1K4' H H H'H W H H H MB M H M H " V, .HK'JI 2 t-, t v-v -,- ,r.; -- - . .',. 1 - 'l.: - - . 4 w.eo li'l - i ii. -.. - j.X"-, mmr i VOL. i. SEDALIA, MISSOURI. SATURDAY. MAY ai. xooi. Svta SttUV V, , , ' . 3 i r i ' . .i . I t ' i 1 1 .i. - id&Alftw- In st Louis Welcome Address p' ,V-'- Oo Dodlcatlon Day. To'tho Mo., M. E. Conference. S4 fci y , HV SHKI.TON FKKNCII. i .r'. . -zjjmw i , 3 rai""'' ' 1Mb1' Thoi(e wlm wri-o nt'Iortleil the plcimire ot bemK in I his jjte.it cllj' during the re cent tiHRnlfjfent military demonstration l lh ldV(tiory- osorciRc e .he comi"; world's fair can nsvrr forget Imuran Jeur And one will probably never ngain have an opportunity ot seeing at one time no many dign...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Conservator
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 23 May 1903

em . MS- w Sedalia Weekly Conservator. SE&ALM WEEKLY CONSERVATOR Ik ft I rife t at, j tc II life I I" 'I II ml ire I! W. H. HUSTON C. M. ENGLISH EDITOR. MANAGER ixL. v ZVti'i Simce Will Xotifu Ton When Tour Subscription Js.fluc Contributions must bo accom panted by name as an assurance of good faith. Mlarliclesforpubllcntlonmust be in by Wednesday. SUDSCBIETIOK, One Year St. 3$ Six Months 75 One Month 15 Think lor Tliy-Self nno pxl thought; Anil know It to bo Thine own. Tl bettor thnn a thousand penned Kroni lioMs by other miwn. inon. Editorials li George R Smith College out pus lias apleasing appear ance, with its well kept lawn, new fcnccs.ancl general atiims- pnerc ot limit. Young iiian,thiiik, since as one writer has said, He who f1i?ntr: ic nf finrl. fnr find it tlimnrlir. 1 11 tliinlrinor he nrirMil.'ll cultivate a personal personality. He or she who is origfnal, in 1 , 1 1,1 .1. , 1 1 1. - . Jiouomuie inougiu ucveiopcs, nicy who ueveiope omiueiu a race The graduates from ...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Conservator
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 23 May 1903

w mi, i. i 1 i ix.;')' SET1 nor " Sedalia Weekly Consevator PERSONAL MENTION. BOSTON CAFIJ. Furnishes All Grocers with DELICIOUS, FRESH, HOME. MADE BREAD. 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 sure. Mrs. Alice Jones is some better i .Mrs, Maria Ramsey We arc glad to announce is niucu improreu Tin. Smfalia Fans arc oncn for season's games with any teams the btiUc. the in Prof W. H. Thompson ofllolden Mo. was in the city Sunday on bus iness. 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...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Conservator
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 23 May 1903

BLUE FRONT GROCERY " Full tine of Staple Groceries. Fresh Broad, Cakos and Cookies. Soda-Pop and othor Refreshing Drinks Right ofT tho Ico, CALL AND SEE US, WE WILL TREATY OU RIGHT J, F. Kuhn Co. ir Quick Service And SQUARE DEALING John Hukdi.r is i'oi.itm and wii.i.tkl'.at you kioiit. King him up. 'Phone 14O or 164 Funeral and all Calls promptly Looked aftor. Get Billup's Carraige Geo. U h I man, North-side Market. Retail Dealer in Fresh mid Salt Meats of all kinds. Fish and Game in Season. 315 N. Ohio at Q. C. Phone 380, Old Phone 707 a I 1 NEW ICECREAM PARLOR, And Lunch Room Corner Lamino & Pettis St Having open a first class ICE CREAM PARLOR&j j&amt LUNCH ROOM, we arc prepared to serve you withjjf Sktlic best cream in the city at all hours at a rcasnoablefcj Sprice. CALL and SEE US. Open Day and Night. M frpnee. LALL and Mvb Ub. Open Day and Night fj Si. kiir N?IUilw, f'Voprlolor. p J. P. Bishop the Progressive Grocer. ,20cts. lb. i 11 Fresh Butter Bulk Coffee .to Co...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Conservator
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 30 May 1903

mi my " -r r-t m 11! V S3 w- SO?-' 5c & a (in lUccli I n Co n oc run to r .,jtvl 'S5 VOL. i. SEDALIA, MISSOURI, SATURDAY, MAY TRIBUTE TO OUR NATION'S DEAD. MEMORIAL DAY BY W. A. FAST Ally, at Law, Adj., Gen. Geo. R. Smith Post, GRAND ARMY REPUBLIC. Memorial Day. The hhtory of out country records no custom so beautiful, so Impressive ami lrom a patriotic stand-point so useful as that of going np to our cemeteries on May tho thirtieth of each succeeding yearnnd engaging ill that Scmi-religious and pat-i-iotic service which we have learned to call "Tho Memorial Day Sorvice." The question ot who first conceived the idea Ot the new and beautiful servico may ucvnrlje satisfactorily answered, hut that it immediately foll'cd tho Civil War -mil was the flower and tho fruitago of the strangely mingled emotions of the people as thoy emerged from that great conflict is phtiu to every oncThatitvas planned and Systematically organized and Imally Nationalized by that Semi military and patrioti...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Conservator
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 30 May 1903

Sedalia Weekly Conservator. SEfoAWA WEEKLY ONSERVATOR. W. H. HUSTON C. M. ENGLISH EDITOR. MANAGER This Space Will Notify Yon t When Your Subscription Is Due Contributions must be accom panied by name as an assurance of good faith. ttlll articles for publication must be in by Wednesday. SUBSCHII-TION, One Year Si. 35' Six Months , 75. One Month 5 Think for 'J'liy-Solf mo cood thought; A nil know It to le Thluo oyi. 'Tli hotter tluin a thousand gtenucd From Holds by others sown. nnnn. ft Editorials We take special pride in asking yon to note,, .with care, onr first page'pf this issue." We are, also, grateful to those Who have contributed for this special occasion. The Passing Heroes. They are passing, rapidly passing into the Beyond. Soon, they will march no more. For they will have met the common fate of all men. We shall miss them. Oh! how, sadly, wc shall miss them. Yet their imprints upon the pages of history will expand in grandeur and luster as the j'ears recede into the past. I...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Conservator
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 30 May 1903

IT'- " Sedalia Weekly Consevator 5t 1 (5'Af-- 1 PERSONAL MENTION. OF OUR TOWN. BOSTON CAFE. Furnishes All Grocors with DELICIOUS. FRESH, HOME MADE BREAD. Dont forget to ask for Walch's Broad. We also lead in the pro duction of ICK CltKAM. Richard Lewis of Hughsvillc was 1 n our town Sunday Mr. Simpson of Smithlon spent snnday in our town Mrs. Vena Clark is dangerously ill on Washington, Ave. Mrs. Susie J, Lane left for Chi cago, HI., Wednesday morning. G. 1'. Gasway and wife are in our town stopping at A. Wheelers. Our town is looming up a little, Hurrah boys let's make 'er boom Themis'fortuncs that nrc hardest to bear arc those which never hap pen Have you met Mr. James the res taurant man ? Call and see him he is jolly Miss Iula Hnrtscll passed thru our town enroute to Clinton from Lexington Mo Bishop's for Groceries. s Rev. Win. Alexander also left for Quindaro to participate in the Cha tauqua meeting The Jameson girls of George town attended church in our town Snnday night J. F....

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Conservator
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 30 May 1903

BLUE FRONT GROCERY Full Lino of Staple Groceries. Fresh Broad, Cakos and Cookies. Soda-Fop and other Refreshing- Drinks Right off the Ice, CALL AND SEE US, WE WILL TREAT YOU RIGHT J, F, Kuhn & Co.- "ST" Where to Worship. Quick Service And TTSQUARE DEALING Get Billup's Carraige John IIurdm! is iomtk AND WIM.TKlt.Vr YOU KIUHT. Ring him up. 'Phone 146 or 164 FunoralamlallCDlls promptly Looked after. Geo. Uhlman North-side Market. Retail Dealer in Fresh and Salt Meats of all kinds. Fish and Game in Season. 315 N. Ohio St Q. C. Phone 3So, Old Phone 707 I i 11 1 r a j 1 r k 1 r- a a it CM INtVV lULUKtAIVI PARLOR. And Lunch Room I Ha Raud LVi Cornor Lanilno & Pettis St. Having open a first class ICE CRTJAM PARLOR. ZUNCH ROOM, we arc )rcparcd to serve you with W ithe best cream in the city at all hours at a reasonable?-.' fpricc. CALL and SEE US. Open Day and Night. Ij '4 St. loir N?Ie(31suw, Propriotor. j J. P. Bishop the Progressive Grocer. Fresh Butter .20 cts. lb. Bulk Coffee .1...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Conservator
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 13 June 1903

WW- ScfcnltolUcc r 4 klj) Conservator VOL. SEDALTA, MISSOURI, SATURDAY, June 13, 1903. NO. 6 9 ASJ P.' iff'-' lift: raw .' IT' 11 W. 7" re 'vfcfU',. Pettis Co., Teacher's Institute EDUCATIONAL INTERESTS DISCUSSED. THE PRESENT QUESTION. By I. L.Lowo, Pros., Goorge R. Smith Colleffo, Child Culturo. Tiio t;liil(l learns by observation, con ference, anil oxpcroncej vU: ho sees, talks tibout whnt lio sees, nnd lastly bo purfnriini, experiments or oxecutcs. Wise in tbotcachor whoenn snfolylead hint through this labyrinth of dllTicul-tics-lot ingly, patiently, surely. as n fath er would load his son through a thronged thoroughfare. Aa teachers, wo sometimes grow Ini patient and, too often, wo forget that wo vero once children buoyant with the energies and proclivities innate to child-hood. It in not enough that the teacher loves the cultivation of a tender plant. We nd mit that If thru igncrauco or negligence the planter places n tender plant in nn unfavorable soil and falls to give it tho...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Conservator
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 13 June 1903

m W., if;, i.1 ?! i 4 r Sedalia Weekly Conservator. W. H. HtiSTON ,0. M. BN6LfSH EDITOR. 'MANAGES. This Space .Will Notify Ton When Your Subscription Is Due Contributions must bo accom panied by name as an assurance of good faith. dll articles for publication must Still by Wednesday. SUBSCRIPTION, One Year Six Months One Month $1,35, 75 15 Think for Thy.Sclf 0110 good tliowxutj Am! know It to bo Tliluc own. 'Tin better than n tliomuud glcnncd From HeliU by others nmvii. Editorials Thanks, many thanks to the teachers' Institute for their scholarly and timely contribu tious, fortius issue. Criminals should feel the arm of the law, whether they be of the Caucasian or any other race Let the law's prerogative keep them ever in the right. ara we to nave anoincr wr, ter? Wc,ccrtaiu y hopc.not'jn til our coal-sheds shall "have been filled. ' ny individual corporation or rail-road for her life and 'pro gress, but, rather tp0U flie in dividual energies nud thrift of her eulighten.al citizensh...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Conservator
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 13 June 1903

'i Sedalia Weekly Consevator. PERSONAL MENTION. IMi lij lu thy high brlghtlicaveti, rrle, forget,"nml relievo TIkmo low earth-born (.rodlgalt Wlm, by (iraylng, with to rccelvo ll(M,rum thy Infinite meadow, l.nu ri'l, for thote who believe. " Trcitiurct, fur the inott worthy Tliuu, ami Ujuu only, eantt give, l"nly InmlloiiW arc wj, Submitting our hearti to thy euro. i'ur ttiun no know will mirtdy Co Ka'"'' "P"1' '"' I" rooted there. fiX t? IfHmi iWCt III tlii An a hiivoit, I'10" "'"raw ma near. Pafo Irom tho ,.HOfm.to,cd sen, An J lu moan ko . "ei.' Ba,t drear, Ab tho caglo In It flight, KVr it leave lit moiiiitnlii cvr.'C, U'er It sours to high In ether. Spreads hi wlngt unil looks nhout iMm ioJ standi, over watching, waiting, "nniiiiti our iih erring children, In tho fulliiottof hit glory; Never tiring, novcr resting Man goet forth to dally till, And at night on couch enfolded, Dreaming dronnn, now mid, then glad Dicuiulng dreamt, now good, then lull Klrtt a sigh, next n tear, Then...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Conservator
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 13 June 1903

Diod Miss Edna Frisbic. daughter of Mrs. Saliic Frisbicof 140 1J. Pacific St., last Friday morning, at 8:3i May 29. The funeral services were told from the residence and the in tcrmcnt was at Pilot Grove. Miss J'ritibic had been a sufferer for some time and had been very patient in all her afflictions. She was 15 years of age at the time of herdeniisc. A Card of Thanks Chas. Phillips and children thank aiost graciously our fricdns and the generous public; for ths kindness ihown our mother and frih'id, Mrs. Pnllv Floininif. duriiiL'hcr recent ill " " " - - up ncss. Your kindness shall ever be jleasant reminder of Scdalia's gener osity and sympatry for the bercav "din hour3 of distress and sore ndli Hon. Sedalia Happenings An onorgoiic youth. Our old schooKricnd nuil eollogo msti A. T. Hriilguwnlor, p used thru our city Sunday from I'li-asant Hill, Mo., whore ho lwd bona 10 wiur the romnln.s 01 n ro conlly iluconwd brother. Jlr. Uridgewatpr, during the Summer h employed in tlx; city o...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Conservator
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