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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 4 December 1903

Sedalia Weekly Conservator. The Weekly Conservator's Special Offer. The management r.f The Sedalia WRBkly Conservator, rishing to roach n thousand homes by the first of December, tnd believing our patrons will aid us in accomplishing this -result, haVe i reed to send this, the most progressive and up in the standard colored newj-paper in Central Missouri lo any ,onc for one dollar the year, This special offer will last for 30 days, so get in line and keep abreast of the times. Solicitors arc Wanted in every town. Address, C. M. EtfOMtirf, Mana ger, The Conservator, 104 E. Main street, Sedalia, Missouri. 1 Our Correspondence MM Ottervllle Itoms, Robinson is nn Mr. Clifford the nick lit. Prof. Gravett city Snturdhy. visited in our Mr. Chas. Simpson visited Miss llogan Saturday night. We notice that Prof. Jas. Ho gati is plastering his hoimc. Mr. Walker Cowan of Alt. Mo r'ah was in towuSattirday. Mr. F. R. Hogan ud daughter Mic.i Jennie were in Scdajia this week. Mr. Dannie Johnson and...

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. — 4 December 1903

H'f II' DRIVN5TO IT. . ; f k "" ' -r-r Politic tbe Omlr Thing lie conta o At llecau He UJiln'l Fit In Anf-where KU. The politician was reminiscent and tome one took advantage of the fict to .1.. htm u pertinent question, m liU JSJliott Flower, In the Brooklyn u..u did you happen to go Into polities?" wus the eiuesllon, "I ranWy," was the reply. "I was driup to Jt." Triven to It!" "Yet. You kb, t wasn't cut out for a ppjftnrlon. I didn't havo the nccc3 evt cdiicaUonal advantages, and I Ilut't take kindly to study, anyway." "Yon might have tried a clerkship?" "Woll.'I dliln't seem to fit In there rer? well, either. There seemed to le About nix applicants for one Job, and ny qualifications weren't' sufficient Ut vet oic' the Job nnder those, clrcmn tuncrs, Thcro were always others v. bo could write letter or figure let ter." 'Why not a trade, thent" "Tint Is what I ought to have ts-kled. hut ! couldn't" "Why not?" - "My father didn't havo the wisdom to Join a labor union and when tt ca...

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. — 11 December 1903

7T mMh lUccli I n Conseniator. " V0L' SEDALIA, MISSOURI, FRmAIi7n9 NOi7" Mh, Jrch. M K : "1M f an- The Plantation Child's Lullaby. l'uul t.fturvucr lJnnbar (G. hpjfi) Wintsib limit hit fotrin' Wikx up In lie mn'lilii' Kvlil'in in whin-; Cnhin lo.kln' liiroH!H Bianiilii' In (it rtiiow, MlltijaiUll'o'nr'V-H" W'en do vein hit libiw. Trcmpin' Imct t'utu li-ndiu', Col1 4u' wot nn' Mm, Hnmpun juukvt r uiti l. Win' .uluwin' llioi, Citbinl'jtikin' tbttrlul Underlie Td do', YrT you km' o' kn-rlul W'h ile win hit blow, HlcVnrr lof;lUrii)', L'Kht -jookln' rtfii, I'liili o1 vyrt "piini'lii' F'om k iiim'to l Oil. I.lllle fret n ptiriii' Cleab ac-oh tin lli) ; Ili'tnlihtil tin iwi-iful Wen Jo win" bit bluir. Uuppnh lono w'our,' Ewht'inc i mill liiM'n to tin stiow.mnti . ' Sli pin' down ilc liit Afhm on de HhIi, Keep It wn'ni but l-nv; YVIia' un o kwnn' Kl d win' do liinw Smoke-bourn lull u' it n , Ilrowu nn' nwt'ft nn' Rood; 'Ttorg in d celUh 'I'ooum iom d- wood; I.IiiIh baby HtiiHuiii' ll cl lit...

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. — 11 December 1903

: W.-& 'ag-ut-as ' i rr Sedaiia Weekly Conservator. "1 m Km-.- w. ii. iivstox X. M. HNOMSH EDITOR. MANAGK StfAUlA ISIslU.Y eOSl4KVrTOK A Prospurous ten. WWiirf i;,rry Mlaj. 7;. Ju- Vl Mr TheUilrrt quarterly conference Entered June G, 'OS at SednUa,Mti.,ttn senmd rluss mutter fu-i0 Pitt Chapel M. K. Church was - " H.H I ! , 1 W with, Rev. W. II. Smith. I'. E. prcnidingnnd S. B. Bacon see rtttiry, The conference wns well intended Hie brotlmn were present with all their re ports, and nothing but peace and harmony prevailed; The pastor. Rev 15. K. Abbott, made his ie port which showed tint t io chu ivh whs In good condition ami that every department ot the riiii$tcr. Will Xoltfii J'i(- ' SUIJSOHUTION, lt'irti Your SufjKtrirition Is ;ic, "-' Year 5 ' 33- MIX mOIHUS .I One Month IS ("unit illations hi us I hoaccinn fwnifrr' by name ns an. assurance H-tOd. 'tilth. iVI.nrtir.lr.iforimhllralioit, mint lit In by Wednesday. Ttllnlt fur ThvU MM mt"l thtmirtil i liil know It n In- 'limn; iii...

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. — 11 December 1903

4 lift Sedalia Weekly Conservator. . V MARKET REPORT lvs, WO. The market nus fairly active atld ctnoially Lady. Kii.nl. HIllfi'l.MI A.'.'U DKKliHl.l) j"' ?Sf' .VrtWr'K"'' W l'rlce itji ..1J , a. ... .. UO 415 i.,a s.is i ; WiMTKUN rtTNi.'llH. -IM J.SJ icj n ...JilU iM 1 51 K l.i 4.U I 4 1100 1'OI.GliAUO HTllMth . Vli .H I 1 Mr. . if I O.vI.aIIOMa H-fUMKH Si il 1 1 jd-l KM iW S3 a St!. .. ISAIh , a Mr..., 21., ni:i:p 3.X a 3.00 3.28 U.M W , . wkstkiin cowe. w I ha.. . . HKIrEltH. TSII 1.71 NATIVK Els ?'"", " l.Mml - ,- KJJ 3 Mi I I . ... HS 2.51 I 4 vri vp iimn ...IKS 3.M M "in 2.73 j S5 m; s.w i s .. lNw !W i JS Ml 3.J1 IS....,,, tOir 3 1(1 S5 .N ,f!VK HTtKjKfcllM '. V.J I 6 ITi J 10 (( IW i.W M 1U( U . ON AMU IIUI tW 2. 1 I CIC I 1.1 - ev ii.B1 1 14 ".' tfiitt Jo n ihi.rtf lower Hutu Tuendnv's It tl. 1' '-refntAtU.. unit.' ' t l'rit vt. Prlc.No Wt. Prlt M....3 4 57W M..W 4.WI57..TU 4(0 . IK 'W..189 4Ci W. S.0 ltl 45314, 1(1. IM 4 40 I 13.. 113 4.M a.l 4 15 la.IKl 4KW,U.10l) 4.40 I ...

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. — 11 December 1903

mm i is? I'n P"F '. Covi R; trs. tM: hj r' or.Mrm, -,t rr If I bui Wfl CeV I ml :oil 1 HP Divers han a splendid people at Salt Pond. MaltaBend. Tlie Weekly Conservator's Special Offer. ft,.. Tnment of ThcSedalin WeEkly CoXSKRvATOR, wishing to reach a thousand Ji tia. by the first of December. j 4 Js u-t:-..; mir rioti-on"? will ail ua in accouitiliihinj: thisfni(B k. c. , iiil uciiuiiui: v m .-- - . - - ' - i f, sod this, the aio3t progressive and up, Jii.AmaUa Tbamut u improvu.f jbtiee newpjoer in Carnal Mtoonri lo any.;; eianw rcanif(1 aud believing our patrons result, have aretd to 1 1 th-standard colored if" R fid wlt lr a fr one dollar the year. Tni ?t?ci il offer will last "or 30 , Ka .y ,!,, eTo The fluent ehinjtt. to the weather make it linle na'd " K1 aeruUomed Sto. Uutcnexins bo omer m mn day. A'ou tho.e butchering lat week fn i-umlay , mJ(c j 8lID,vm lum Smith anil A. ir ...,-., ... ....., pr rsnvtti ment toe 1 1 " O' . I latter i4rt "tint wuel n home getting ti aioter ws...

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. — 18 December 1903

lit 1 f 1$ xicun i in uiccm n cm Gcrumor. VOL t. SEDALIA, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, December 18 1903. NO. 33 4- 'II 1. IKltl'l 1ii( f,.r JWK )0I1 go tlirouah Wo. Anvn ffhMi vu flllrt ihm It i tid kind to b nracwhtt Mini AtidWl; for th vtrturf lichlnd thun j F-T lh;Mlnnd.,t nKbt ha n bint til llhi H0mibcfe In (lie lit1(i(i hiilinei It i lit' t.r li fr tn loJk for ft ft TlikN tlir ip I cm th min liM-ig Th'n wera narer a-ljiut lllr. To n t Ji-r whiim tn lint li tie! Bnmn ilii i- imt io wionf oitr wlm'f Wa lunir Ati4lht ooner ,oVimw It tbi, better tt U Mly tn fhht witl. Ilic Infinite, A"l eh iimler nt Wat In tlir w mile; The wi'ft in. n ,liari nilo Gtd' A tin whI' iliiprn into a vryirl, EU Vh-rlr Wiloni. KEEPING THEM WELL IN HAUU. Ex-Gov. "Bob" Taylor says the Problem Is working1 out. t got through with those long- ago when the war was ended. We accepted the verdict and the peo ple have heen at work ever since the war. " tVe have the Negro problem, which is the sweetest morsel un der the tongue...

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. — 18 December 1903

Mil' If V 4 "9 Sedalia Weekly Conservator. J" , '"Friday. OTic. ify JS-Main St., Vp Siairt. Mtie C '03 at &', Mo., uswonrl ela$$ matUr un for Act of (Urn ire f March 9, '70. l u -r ' "" EDITOR. W. II. HUSTON C. M. I5KGUSH MANAGE 77iw Himeo Will Jfoiify J"" If'Ucn 1'aur Subtoriplivn Is Due Cnnl ributiont mutt be nr.rmri pmifl by nnntr n m ut u mine, ufgnod failh. .1llnrl4cU'farptibUiMion m nsl f in. by M'ttlnttiluy. One Year Six Month One Month stJDBCRimorr, tt.$. 78 IS. Tlilnd for Tltr--elf obc cikI llmutbf, A n.l kntit ft ti he 'lliliu? .wn. MI. Itlr tli.it b lhiliil b'tparrd Knn (iv J bf utlir twin. anun. THE ESTABLISHMENT OF PRECEDENTS. NEW Ljmcji.n upon one occcasion, when about to perform a stated act, that was was for the public j'ooil, wa remonstrated with by .i very, conservative associate, opment. Doing: thus we shall be loaders in shaping- ruhlic cntt metit that shall be more favorable to our future well-being1 and advancement. This Pukho. who reads, is the one who kno...

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. — 18 December 1903

Si is i nit bedalir' Weekly ponservator. ;.Slclc Wan of Europe" Alone With holds Cpiiseat for Protestant Mb tionarlca tu Enter Ufa Domain. RURAL PREJUDICE. rolc of lb Coaatrr An tieneralljr Saaplcloua of Yhoae Who Lira la Ihfi CUy. no moy oe locmea upon At tne average of my own experience In the schoolroom, o ) rlve you the conclusion for what It ii worth." BRAVE." 6V women. "I have often wondered why It Is thai the people ot rural section have such t deep-rooted prejudice against the people in tno cliy," salu an observant man, to .1 New Orleans limes Democrat writer, "but when you come to thlun 1L over 1 SIXTEEN THQIIMKD FIELD WCME8S. expose It Is a natural sort ot thins. Gome tew years ago I bad an opportu nity to see a great deal ot this prejudice while serving a term In a stale leclsla ture. It will crop out In all Its pristine glory In a legislative body. In boults ui this sort there is almost constant war fare between delegates from the larger cities and the delegates from rur...

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. — 18 December 1903

m 4m m I IP alieJeeeees SWP"r-, r3 .ekly Conservator's Special Offer. Hie management of The Sedalia WKF.kly CoNSRRvATOR, iris1iing,to reach a thousand homss by the first of December, and bettering our patron:? Will aid tis in accomplishing this result, have agreed to send this, the most progressive and up 1.6 ih-" standard' colored nevjpaper in Central Missouri to any one fur one dollar the year. This special offer will last for 30 fl dva. vi tret in line and keen abreast of the time?. Solicitors are Wanted in eyery town. Address, C. . English, Mana er, The Conservator, 104 E. ain street, Scdalia, Missouri. ? ussimtiii iTTr- 2 Our Correspondence GLASGOW. Mrs Johnson of Slate vl fed friend here ! wek Hot- T W Fulhn ol Top'ka Ka who fcdi boon Mililnif In a ieri- of meetine;' at Crf'l 1 - returned bcroe, Itev nUien hn rendered ox ,,.' ..,,.ri ' llb-Y- h-itl M COU Tereiona during: the meeting;. jMie''ra T,iH.frt d.t. 'I h ! ir brief i''"m " I'!" " fnu-rl 'ir"i't wae ndu it) C. W IleMes ...

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. — 25 December 1903

j 0ealta tPeeklg ottscrtMtd VOL. i. The Life Beyond 1 his Life There Is a life beyond this life, Where fiictuls do not betray, SS liere frienilsliin' HW word Who made the night and day. There is a life beyond this life, Where hearts can never break. Unselfish love there reigns su preme, From daylight' cloao till wake. There is a life beyond this life, Where idols ne'er arc broken. Where venomed serpents arc nut hid Within the offered token. There is a. life beyond this life, That life of lives sublime, When every life is like that life, Of all lives mo'.t sublime. Anon. SEDALIA, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, December 25 1903. NO. 34 !....' i V", NEGRO'S OPPORTUNITY IN THE COMMERCIAL WORLD. Not since the Negro's arrival from "Darkest Africa," 1619 has hiii opportunity been so large, inviting and promising as it is to-day. Indeed, th's is his inviting field, and unlimited op portunity. For the intelligent, progres sive, down to date Negro, the Commercial World opens wide her doom and bids him wel...

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. — 25 December 1903

Sedalia Weekly Conservator. Pu.bUhad Rvtry Frldni: Office. 104 St., Up Mntr. Entered. Jtlnt 16, 'OS at X'dulia, -Mo., at ttcnnd tlnst matter un far Jet of t',inrrH of Mnreli . "i V W..H. HUSTON l M. IvNGLISH EDITOR. MANAGE'.: ThitSpatt fr'ilt ,"oli'i Van, When. Vur Subscription I Duo Contributions muil be ttv.com' P'tnled by nnmt at anaxtt.rancc tf gotd faith, , 1 m rUclt forpu bl trillion mutt btht. bi Wtdntsday, suusaurTioN, One Yer Una Month Si. as. IS Think for Thy.Stlf on rnoil thought; And kliiiw It to be Kline c. Tit Ixttrr tlian h lluuiaiid ImiihI I'rum fitlda Ijt olh.r auwu. -mm. The recent calamity that ha Ijftfullen Waldcn Univcrs.ly mer its the sympathy of nil chriKtian and patriotic citizens. TUB PUI1L.IC SCI100I.H MKNACKD. From recent decision of Supt. Cnrrisjfton of the Missouri Pub lic Schools one would very readi ly conclude that Miastouri is to have a two at.nidanls of patriot ism. A Miss Hvans, a teacher in a Wellston school, refused to meet in an Institute there ...

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. — 25 December 1903

Sedalia Weekly 'CbnsSr'- -"-ei.Uv.iil rvaru.tio. Italians Oily, Dc. 2XOattIe-rtecelptii. eatrns, . n,u,vt Wu steady Jti iJ unit .flur. i.tipUHKtHtiVO S&lta: fv, tX l'llc,.lu .K ... -J ili l 4, SVi wl h )iw Jiu i 2 'M tv .K . 4U 4 ti H'J a nr. . . In .,w jjni. . .. v!I SOlMlWUsl' BTK'.itrf. J.W , J IW4 i'tlft JI.W 4.4V 3.1 aw 3.U 131 . w. I In to a. a i i i.. TtfiA.i .i.Nu INDIAN BTKhlta (Duuuntlnu b.iiniu.i M 'JU ICO llt lit J.N HJLOHAD(j COttH I 2.40 1. .. Wo 2 20 14, 1.71 oil 1.JJ tt'ferf'I'I'tIV iivn H 'J. 11 l.SJ , t itil l.W ... Kl . ... n . .u i w 1 1 . . us NAVIVK lll.lrllltrt. i :w 4 ii , i n s 7i iw i a. . .. :4 ii'j J !, ... 01 iu "4T1VH C'.i i i; . vex iu i :i mi i.u 3 . . 19 j si , u lttl 100 a tu i : ... . wm aw HATIV11 KKIlLiUIIH . 1ST 3 tl , Iti (IB 2.0) W 111 i J. . .. If.U 2 40 iw aw i 22.. . m aw NATIVH SJOCKUtS. - :.:s i s vci j.u . C! 350 I 2U Till 3.U) .... ta 115 : 25 MJ wo STOCK COWS AN!) ni;ii-un. ... . Kt za , i &a 210 uc l.u . t iuiS atu llt'CH Ilrc...

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. — 25 December 1903

& ewfcv' Our Correspondence r PLEASANT GROVE j Otterrlllc Itonis, ChrKtmus is at your wr. Mis Jossie Fletcher who has been on the sick list is up again, Mr. James Koontz went to Con cordia yesterday (Sun. i to have some of his teeth extracted. BORN-to Mr. and Mrs. O. Clarke Dec. 15th. a girl. Mother and babe arc doinu Well. Miss Mary Cooper who live.-, near Muddy is going to make her home with her Uncle, Mr. Jamca C oper. Mr. Frank Gordon of Jackson ville. Mo., was the guest of his brother-in-law, Mr. Benjamin KoonU last week. OUR HONORED GUEST, Mr. Jennie lhinn, of K. C. came to visit her mother, Mrs. Geo. Dobbins. Mrs. Lee Stinson and Miss Minnie Richardson Sundaycd in Smithton. Udcle Dick Hoganand wife are on, the sick list. j Messrs. Jas. Beatly and Sam Williams have the namo of mam inoth Duck hunters. Mr. Newton Robinson, of Bon ner Springs, Kas., is visiting rel atives here this week. Owing to bad weather, the A. M. 10. quarterly conference was not a success. How do you pr...

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. — 1 January 1904

'V01- ' SKI) I.IA, Uls-SOUKI, FRIDAY, JANUARY i io.i. " no".', A 2i n 'iimrnii oumiiu inu nuiJtt., 1 JUAKYlllOJ It tfuii. Um. I.r. UVtl. V.'tJ FrI. i 8 10; 1 1 j i 12 1 1 ;j ; l I J5 17 lb! 15) !20!bl 41 !) Hi ve 3 rift. AllSTi.ACr OK AUDUKSS UY IMIKSIORNI' I Ti LOWE BEl'OIlE THE STATE rKACUKH.H' H tOi'IATION DEC.' 301003, No matter if tlic mar is a wo luiui, t' tlic half-m.t:iou teachers in Ik United Stat s, he bigger h Jf, owr 72 per cent belong to ilic "better half," lint we have and the pupils did not know any thing yet. First jf all he must know the subject to be laitght. To pass on a subjectnt 75 or 'J5 p r cent is YOU U. Vfc. TELL, You never can 1. 11 when voti ! methodistic usage where lay man st ud a word- lis construeil to mean any luy Like an n'row-shi t fruin a bow ! member, or if pressed for furth Hv an archer blind - be it cm- i " reason will adopt thai of the no pronoun of common genderas not to kno.v it. The teacher in some languages, and to avoid ' should be able to...

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. — 1 January 1904

Sedalia Weekly Conservator. SI5PAUIA Y'UUKIY eoNsiiKv-vroi riMMifA Every Fri,lit,. Office, 10', Main St-, ?' Sfnirs KnteretlJune fG, '0ol -ihiHt,M , as sernml rhis mailer un derbid " t 'imprest (.' Mnrrli NEGROES BETTER THAN NAVY. Andrew Carncgio S",ys IilacKS Make United Statos Impreg-nnblo. W. H. HUSTON C. M. KXGLISH KIHTOR. MANAC.K . TlifsStutce WW A'ulifi Von H'livii Vvttr Subsvt iitiin Is Due ' fnntriititioiis intifil ' u renin P'in '('c' by H.itmr us an utiinrtin e. uf 'Jowl faith. ,111 n vlielrn for iiubliriitinn in nil ' lo. by We.ilntudujj. New York, Dec. 18.- Andrew Carnegie declared in a speech on -- - ' rT?? the negro question tlmt "the nc- UUnst'IUETION. jgroesarea IjIohhuik- to America One Veiir 5 j and their presence in tin South Months 75 . ,ncs tluscountrv impregnable 0ne Mo,1th ,3, and with nut the need of a navy to defend itself. " He speke be fore the Armstrong Association of New York, an association for helping- to carry on the work of General Samuel Chntnian Ar...

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. — 1 January 1904

Secialia Weekly Conservator. WASHABLE WAISTS- llrr fitw J"rcer',r'1 lioltt Ola'"1 MUlie Cutlom .tr the llMrrlnU, Wnllo valt, IJif Wftlst ot l.tr.a, i lie jn.au uc bun, itif (inibru Hllli ,C1U UK Clf.A ut I..HU, unci (ill IBO utile! i tiity fM'Uiiti, launcu uiuilaiMy anil tte ruulu lu twry way, Mill It mutt bo u thru, alter nil, U In the wauli wuhl , fmU tioicis iivm place lu iiupulailty, .ij.i iliu Druu.tiya liHgle. I be utw cuilou unitt.s, far fromteltiE titxiieutuva, arc ,oimcly tilth Inprli-u, Htm luiuO 01 tniw uru in Jtar n velvet, tvhtlo u (.u-ai many mm, taffutn iini 1 1,. i) on . oi.b ill tuuiicr uf cot. ibe. a; eXiUIIVC cotton walBll arc .11 t.iuYiui, iu iculuu cuuvaa unJ In ui ....... iuuUCIiIim. 'Ibuy roup lu v.i u.av) vciuUi unci aru ns varia an eOl. n r ntMi.ible uhlrt waists cnn be ii . .v new incrceilzeil ntufts, .. ,i -. .luiii uiury or finish; anil tueu can ur ....mlcueii tlio glazed white au.mu, hi. ii broi.auaii llgurca, wblcb iiuiuoi bu luiU Irotn Lrucailtd satin ...

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. — 1 January 1904

I Our Correspondence f pfje'y Swept Springs, Mo XjB I f!ii frl ami wife u i 4Jil.it i! iii I and nis , r ft ill .-Urings, spent .. r w.th iirt during the lio'j.l i A Card of Tl.r.n :s. We. the un.IerM.rito. I wish If) lender our xiu'i'ivs. timi. to ou. imny f, iend wiio ho Mil ly assisted u during the recent il nes of t tir beloved bnbv Alfred U'ii'd UK- SKItALIA VI I.Kl.t COS- 1 Cllai'lCs II. J, MacJpn.ud of Kama C'i , Mm. Vii down over S n i-itinir In "leo'le" wife. Our jo'd friend lo kod (). K. and j hopes to return Here soui for I permanent residence. (From Firal pa eg.) out tlio claims of religion. It follows that Tlu Man lie'iin 1 I tlio Hook must b a religious man- a man Unit will teach by c in meter and life and precept ! Mi .1 1 o I .Uy.s Jv'. J. :!. V 4 "' n, - T t ' " it- -A- U .- , it L1.. . -jutn'AtOH, it i worth c.frv tl, ; n ,itlr from hotnt'. KtiM-'.'l JoluiHvn mid L'uffifttc InTkM)n, two of our lo itjht him Mtlou youths, who nri-i.tti-uitlilg , luuln Iimtltute, enmo...

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. — 8 January 1904

Sun. 10 'OX !fli. 1 11 IS art Tun, Wert, 0 loiiio Thit. i'fl. I 'is 12 1 i2 2? 20 Nat, ) 1(5 2!l .'JO KXCKIIPT8 FltOM ADDKHSS UKAD ' Y J, WILr,1 ACKSON D. D., IlKPOHK MINISriSHIAL ALLIANCE ,(whltO tfO V, ;)llOOa ELLA WHEELER WILCOX'S TRIBUTE TO WOMAN. ;:, New York, December 31. -Klla ; WheelcrV, ilCOX, tnOvcil by the conditions -far from it. Apathetic stories of the heioism (if V mothfcrH who tried to protect , Ulelr. Children in tin- Iroquois The Southern people take a Southern view of what is coni- i i monl y called the "Race Problem" j a voice mat owes its origin, co'i- a jlinuat'on end strength to South rrr,ern conditions -conditions that liave been fad and fostered by all the potentialities of civilized soci ety, viz., the home, the .state, ami the school, for centuries. I do not plead the righteousness yf these 1 situ-. h;i3' written the ply recognize their presence and force as being a mighty factor in shaping of Southern public opin ion. As I thoughtfully study them, not-wit...

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 January 1904

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Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Conservator
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
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