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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 8 January 1904

V "vt a? Sedalia Weekly Conservator, COAT AND SKl.tX blYLba. MlllUry Models In !"l lnrrfsl In Favor nml tfn.ll SUIrl. Arc In Voniir. Tho separate watat havlnr; fallen Vimewhat lutp disfavor, it it a comfort Jo learn that tlit separate coat In very much Ihfc tblnK. Which Is to cay that fV U entirely admissible to wmr u half ft:.. il.u..Mi.inv otiAl In Hnrh mrvlnrlnl. with nny tori of a dress ei.irt. sujs uie New York Post. Tho loose iJt of cloth, velvet, or other hanamiiii, heavy 'material, provided with very wide sleeves and trlmtnod with u viva or lace collar, In seen everywhere. M Itarj' coa' aro lticrcttsltiR In favor and somo models oro almost exactly lllto the fatlfjuo Jackets worn by Atmrlcnn arni nirixnru Thiv luivi n lilted or half-Ilttcd .. . .. " .....i-i., i ii,.. (Uuumiiilii Division uacK, anu nro eiiuibiiv unu m "v .j g. . jj mint. cxtenuiuK huoiii j. iwuct unu .crca mace, l.uy on ;i iiruiiuif; iroii 1 )ver a clear flro for halt nn limit, Mdle with melted butter nnd tur...

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 January 1904

Our Correspondency A. UNION HILL. M. Jiid. Kcllas of Intl. Ty. is visiting his sinter Mrs Samuel Wright. .. . i. :. ...t company t lit week. l'ni"M Hill was will repri-mt-cd nt S'.mer Tuesday. Ilarrv White made lr to Arrow Rock, ynturdaj Mi-s Alliet'. Drown of Mexico ,ilo a student of Goo. R. Smith Co. lege was the jtin-Ht of Mi's Anns- Wi'odsdurinj;lhe holidays. business. Mr. Alvin Pavm and Mio F. .... . .. .. . .... i tmn who wore spanning me noti ( l'rof. J, M. Morney visited . friends hers Monday. Prof.J. Hogsntaid wife visited in tli country Tuesday. Mrs. rhos. Thompson air. w Till: RACE PROBLEM ( From First page.) when the white anil black races of thii. Republic will be arrayed against each other in .strife for dominant supremacy, art some seem willing to predict, is the ro undest of the remote possibilities inker, nt in our composite nati li nt life. I believe that it has been reserved for ilii continent alone. inir Snml.n ,. ,, 'days at home rf turned to Lin- Viltiamsniit M...

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. — 15 January 1904

VOL. i. Conocruator. SKDALIA, MISSOURI, KRIDAV, JANUARY 15 1904, NO. 37' JANUARY.. .HUM 10 17 Hon, 4 11 IS 2fl TUM. Wed. r 12 20 0 111 120 27 Tim. 14 21 2rt Krl. 2 2" 2 0 in 2j$ no ami, ffta flkN.K. 'fcftt Wand. Q. wh. vuFntu. ssih. MRHSTUlTKI) TO HUHh'A NK uro DBSTHOVrt J It., KiCiWV hTOUMS AND TWO WA1113. itoUEo Piilneappk', Ala., Dec. 27,. -In their ctTort to hide the lynching of Arthur Stuart, a colored pri bner whom ihey secure 1 from ihc IcCal here Inst Light, n fuob h thought t ) h.i'i fired th Jail, v ic'i w s nut oily Ic - 1 iruyed by lire but i';rN (f tin T r .A 1 . .......... . .. . hoiisfs Mil 1 the postcfllc 1 v.iuf - t at $.15,000. Citien. of the o'n lnv! d! fcrtd a reward of 31,000 for th irrcst of tun persons woo j rtici jwtcd in the crime. On Wednesday P. Mel prominent white man, lud a j ai rcl with Home negroes and one of them shot bim. On Chi isttnas iUy a negro said to Ik- an hccntn place wan arre nttfd an. pW t. jail, And the friends ot M . I a leg d bwoi u Tbi ...

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. — 15 January 1904

Sedalia Weekly Conservator. SfcQAUA VM-UI-V CiONSMKYATOK VtiblMhell Every FrUluy. O.pte, 10 F.. Main St., U Stairs Entered June IG, 'OSnt SnlliiitMn., m srrnntl Hi tan mutter w , der Act of t ; -a , Mn rrh .'. ' l.'i. W. H. HCSTOX C. M. JSNOLISH EDITOR. MANAGER L?.t. ';'.. Ji?'.'..; ,' I''" Tht Smno WiU fruUfu ) "it Whrn Voter SiUisurifilii n . Im CimlrtlintioiU1 i nun I hr nrri.. inlml by inline uttnnnaMi rimi'e ,, t'otiilfuitli. , VI t rl M&s f'ormblieti I 'mint to tu by If "rtlnetiln y. BUUSCIUtTION. One Vent Six .Month. One Mou tli i5 73 S. llOn for Thv-lf tfti ami ihonshlj .n '. I. mi. it to t Itilim i.wn. Tt htT Unit H tl.itiM I vlonnr.1 From filil Iit ntivr nvn, mi in. Wn.L you tell your neighbors. I A citukn has certainly struck the next time they come to hor- 'allow ground, when he ays in row your imper, that it may be j article on Civic Improvement had for only duo dollar th-j year?' that we tieod more and hotter ue .,, i cpinmodutions 'in the North side. fHATfidc walk...

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. — 15 January 1904

flr"ryT5'Vl Tf,-f.rrva lr - - - r r - - -f c nrr - Sedalia Weekly Conservator- IJwuri rrol 'I'roo... "(IrtAt chan8f avo l).pl"n MRJ' ln Ibf shape tiatl a!" frul lrW rlle Vr ilarcus WckxUiUiI lu an nrttelo 'ott'iTho Man el of I-nill liieed'oy-" 1" I'M"0 "Itl (!il fmhloned orcbanla trees arc allowed to sTOf w Wi.Uuvur :ui J in Mhal evcr'ahapo '''-y Wl11' n"li rfi"8 l:' allowed (o beneath, fur loud, il .jiniv be. for cattle, nut tow the or chard are orcuarus m luima'.iirevnn denned orchardswith 'rccii only a lew feet ln Height, and Suieitdly cith er pyramidal In ensiie. or Me Utile Imshc, and the ground betiuatli thcin Is cnrcfuTfy cultivated An ftpplo or chard of one aero planted with dwarl trees will contain morn 'ban tier., eliaped eltlier as biond Utile busliea, or as regular pyramid, and there villi be spate for some 700 tiuiallcr bush fruits between the tree. The. stiect on the fiull trade that ha been wrouKlit by such revolutloniim Hess cannot bo calculated " Not C; rl mi I ri n...

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. — 15 January 1904

1 r '., ifc" t I"' : : I Our Correspondence Swont Springs, Mo. (Ji.re Conway west side of Mrs. I'hoebeClay who has 1ii:cn the cruel.', is on the sirk list, v. rv ill, is much butter at i!.U, c,;.trIie RildIc aml ,,;s wifc willing, I have returned home after visiting friends for several days at New Frankfort. Kd. and Charlie Harris of Orearville, passed thru the Hills Monday evening looking for the Mt. Kittie Brooks is suffering at this writing fm a severe at tnck uf hoarseness. liev. Dennis Peyton and wife attended Quarterly meeting here Sunday, the 3rd. Inst. Mrs. Emily Ilanncrsonv of our most highly esteemed -iti.ens is confined to her bed with the La Orippc. Mrs. Lily Beatty, of Weather ford, Okla. Ty is visiting at her Grand-mother' home, Mrs. Jane Waid, in Salt Pond. Miss Lillian Haynes of St. Louis is enjoying a pleasant stay with her Grand-mother, Mrs Harriet Sprigs. Mesdanies Mattie Pepj'ars, Jem ie Craiglcrand Taylor Beat ty vMtcd James Wilson and mother during the Holiday....

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. — 22 January 1904

" rtmtor. VOL. . SlvDAUA. MISSOURI, FRIDAY, JANUARY 22 um. H:ip. Hon. tun.! Writ.! Tlei. VrlTal. j (I j 1 I 12) IK 1 I 15 II! "7l"5s''Jt) ll() j NO. 3S. THINGS LITERARY. Almost whe.i man first began Id think, Ion-4 before In- learned the art of writing, his tvind wns engaged in literary work. How cer Utighty his prod uc tion might have been, it was retained in 1 ho memory. When tin-historic IJOowulf was o mi jin -tod, it was not set to mu sic, on paper or scroll, but the words, metre and measure were made a task to the memory of those who essayed the role of a 11m-.i1 al bard or sought to .soothe, the cares with ni'iistrel strains. 'Tradition reports that Homer, the father of epic, poetry was a blind wanderer who chanted his strains of music to strangers' tars for a life's pittance. It was almost a matter of im possibility to place within reach of the common masses the pro duction of thought and investiga tions. For all books or tracis mtist hae been copied. A copy right law would h...

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. — 22 January 1904

ir:k7 'it .4 "ft v Sedalia Weekly Conservator. SI4PAUA WUUK UY eOXSUVATOR l'ublhihad Jiutry frith". Oif'di', 10.'t Ji. Main SI , V Slabs. Entered June ,'C, 'O.ittl Sfihih'ii, .)., ns ser.imd rtttss mailer uti- dtrAcl I mis '' 'iln'cii IDEAS FOR THE NEW YEAR. Tho H'.v. O. A. Mm on DisotlKfttri What Ought to Ho l)anu Dur iiiR 1004. W. C. !I M. Hl'STON" liNC.I.I.SH KDITOR. MANAGKR Tii.iS)nca Will A nil I'll Vmi )"livii 'Vour Salami it inn In Unit . Clt l-itiii Hons 111 list he orrmii. nmiinl tni mnnc (ii (in usu rn ntu, f H'Mtl ta'th. tftltirttclfit fnf iiuhlituilion muni if ill liy "ril iifstltilj. SUUSCKUTION, One Vc.tr $i.3S' SU Months 75 One Month . Think for ThoM'tf w imvI ihnnitlu; All I know II to l' llilne un. MM l"-itiT limn it lhiiii-..iihl uIukiuhI I'nim fields by mlmr. moth, .num. ARE YOU A K. OF P.? If Not, Why Not? Do yon know that large tiling have smtill beginnings? question tin- :ivori('iotis greed of Russia for nil Asia. These pltick y mongolians arc not wanting. l ne...

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. — 22 January 1904

'.V fp',. , m Seclalia Weekly Conservator. i. Cll nf tlir Trnr ""." Edward Lverclt said II was ivorth a ......... t.Ml'titA thrum- h tti ruouritnlitR I nl Huruir what nutihl such a lover ot nni.u"f - - t'.t'de htlfal o" (lls"nl campaniles 01. j, Cty of the True CroNiVeru fruit Vii -iirf.iiltn itnn nnil gor- L'WiJ roorr.lnp-Blctlri tiro banked (Nwiltft ih linpri suable basalt and gran ftr A otit travel-r has (.tinned, the peculiar cnnrin m une nhm i" tnc ver oure of lb" mf-iirifaln from base to sum mit In tin.' grand car.on nf the Arkan ias I" ('"I'.rnilo we arc awnl by thr Bias's n( bar rock which lovvir above in or yawn below uh, hut Iuti n tm tn be f. alius alone on the trfe-tops Tin- moisture from the sc., supplier the vegetation with ample imatt of urtiwth. nnd lh mountains are arrn.v i d In rr'M, even though the plains ilmif rosy cn joj no rolf. for months nl a time Krorn 'rsperati.'ii to ftrlz ,n." by fleorge I' Paul. In rotir-Traek News lull l Uv llliicf The lilito lulor (if ...

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. — 22 January 1904

'My ft ' ' t-. r v 'ft-. , M'i-' ,AJ-J-54-5.9ti-5-50:S-J555&I-d9j jt-M ancy Mills, who likes to . . i Keen doh i"i m rejpiru iu mu uur uorrtJsuuiiuciAUfj s nt ? w J- i MnltaBend, Mi-" Mrj Crews entt-rtained (i 'timber f hT 'ung school Mi-sKua Kowleris improving fIK.,s US( lu-iduy evening at the very fast. ' rvJ.ii.two of her mother Mrs. t l.i. .1.1.. Mill-.'., 'I'l... I. ..I. , .., , , ; t. iuiv .wiyi .. i in tutu's ihi klle Ml III, ,! and gentlemen conducted themselves nicely and sure had it news. hands us ti dollar and or ders TlttC COXSKHVATOB. Mr Geo. Curry, who has bcn ill for some time iv not any bettor Mrs. Amanda Clark spent Sun day in Iliggiusville with her sis- Little Richard with meat-les. The afternoon program of our ' tr, -Mrs. uiru i.m nun. solum) under Prof. Williams Kri-j ,JisH t.it1iti Williams, the day was excellent. Among the I y0uffeHt member of our church, visitor presml were Mrs. Jemi-;;, ... ,(l this life, the ISth. inst,. ma Anthony. Mrs. .luda Piner, j; ...

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. — 29 January 1904

0 VOL i. m. Unn. Tan, Wi.1, Iku. Fit fu a 4 o 7 8 "IT io li 12 la TTTo To 17 1 19 20 21 22 23 2526 27 28 gj) HQ TAKE NO BACK GROUND Thi verse is from a young man who witnessed a t.vo weeks session f a religious reviva', over at Glasgow, Mo., in which seventy-live persons were converged into the M. E. cliurcli undet Rev. Geo. Reeves. The scene of the two week's bat tle is o'er; Satan's driven from mcnyu door; lie lost many from both ends of town; Still lot us pursue and take no back ground. Satan's a great warrior, strong hnd bold; ' ' J.le'11 cross o'er our threshold without being told. We'll drive him away, but e'er one turn round, He comes double forced to win back lost ground. No moital leads us victoiious on; Christ, our leader, the liolv one; Jl inly wFtfraySftf' folIowu'sT Even on to victory he'd lead us. The way to Heaven is not always smooth, But Christ, the Heavenly, always doth sooth. Bhttlo on for Jesus; take back no hack ground, And when Heaven we reac' , re ceive oui cr...

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. — 29 January 1904

- ytf.ru iJAAJ, i4 .' jj: -'' WW ' ft i. m I Mff . J iff H. - Sedalia Weekly Conservator, Sedalia Wookly V. Il.'Huioii 0. M. Unci b Oouseivntortj to tha unpatrioti'epoiiticiuns .whether ho be a l'emocrat. ko miblican. or Populist. We grant , , I'd .mi- ;inibiican, or Popujist. The -mililcm is nutlouat m its scope because the N groisexert- inliis energies toward tin1 at- , tin t t ici'ca o e-ciutin- specimen tulnmotit. ot tnose atirimues oi . 1 0f ti,,. trlK putri.-it to In-found in j racial eharacte,r that constitute I'nMili- d tvry Pridny ii'fi mf " I ' Mi-.ouri but lie is a rare specie, jour national character. II h .,tvtn Hi Sfd'din.IW OWWv I ,,.nc.. hii'lilviiriied. Lei our cit-i acquiring intelligence; can it be ' " .1 .: .!...,., II.. ! ( teens begin to mini; aim nasicn seciioiianzeu.- unsiMuiuui.mm Vvv Vivir tin ndvmico) . .J1 x ttiHlilflx On advnlic) Sural.' Oei' (lltilimrim ul motu than 10 llii"', ('I'lino . IUhhIhiuiim. curd of tliniikK, j.iiW lUDCtioiis elf. per linn. lV....

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. — 29 January 1904

Seclalia Weekly Conservator. Paper JoUU tor tkvlrUma, "Not one skeleton In lit) that you see In tnuteums or In the window, of uuaclt medicine doc0 otn tho bones of ono W" or one v.osnan," said n Detlcrtfinuiilcal student. "A complete fjoton if a difficult DiinR lo ret, even l,rphyslclans who want to put them to furi'linate use. Most of the skeletons :tf?fen In museums are made from ails- icllsneous bones collected rroin bospl- tili nil over the country. There I- a regular trails In separato bones lor , i,)mKI studies. When a man who - inte to set up a suelotnn nets a good ollection of bonea he era ploys n ex--rlcsrcd nnatonitst to articulate It. lint nny expert can toe that the Joint on't belong to the same perton. When tliero are any Joints missing substitutes nre made of psiier pulp, which answers i "fry purpose, and from a short dis tance Jooks lire real bone. Kven then skeletons are expensive. H coots 1200 to put a good ouo togclhr " N. V. rrcss. DUrnvrry of Hndlutn, It was at t...

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. — 29 January 1904

m 1 1 1 I 1! : r v! rv tSMfc YfjiV '.".. t 4 i. .V V'j ft-'' Am ? Him Cr waaYnnrano.n 8t BLACKBURN. Mr. Eddie Triplett made Miss Martha Fowler a pleasant cull at EHa Kinzy is reported some 3 r. it. Sunday. belter. Elder Burns filled his regular appointment Sunda'. Born-To the wife of Mr. Isaac Combs Monday Jan. 11th. A bov. Mrs. Bell Miles entertained several of the young1 folks. They all experienced a fine time. Mrs. Mamie Johnson has been to Alma attending the Hick bed of bcr friend Mrs. Lee Harris. Henry Jackson"spent Christ nus with his daugh er, Mildred Lee, after which he returned to Higginsville. His little daughter wa very glad to have her papa make such a nice stay. Quite a ud accident hippened to Mr. and Mrs. Dixon a few-lays a go. While at work about the farm their house caught fire burning up every thing they had 'except one trunk and its content. Ever y one that ki'cw them are in great nymnattiy with them. A number of white friendu contrib uted several dollars to them. ...

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. — 5 February 1904

Octlrtllrt VOL. I. in I'm aim i i i i 1 1 hit n-- i 1 - - -- r 1 1 i i i i i l i n - - 1 1 r i i i u u ..xn i - - ' 5 'O04. , AT0. 40., sk:j.uv ulssourt. Friday, ki5.,ruarj? A NEGRO FOR SCHOOL DIRECTOR. ; PlSlin UAJIY ... 15)04 it nib. Mcn.jTcgt. v(i, 11,.),; riil 1 B (Tt';'1- ri? ftV w "ft Fa I laugh. Why some people laugh ho much thiit tln hrraine real pretty or at least they think so AT11I, perhaps, if ou were to I laugh more you wmild both fel 1 and look better. Fur a good sol ' id laugh-one thntshuke you from ! tip to toe-does mors, good than u 'gallon of physics medici. Noli I b s mcibus (iiotlbiis latiuits lo ins myibus biisilnrting. Laugh, when times are ea.y and then when thev nr hard TATTLER WRITES HIS L0VE1. but that the bellowing of the waves is but the mirth of the sea deities? Then begay, lievergriev uig, always jesting; "ever sor rowing, always laughing. O, Atn iciliR. in paying court to you, I am so much reminded of Uncle Hamp and Aunt Carojine. Un cle Hump had often...

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. — 5 February 1904

Sedalia Weekly Conservator. , , I;1 i lor Manager. ' Conservator. Township, having the numerical ! strength, intelhgen and patri otism, that it (the Negro) hart. The conskkvatok commends the efforts that have al ' aily been tal- Frljjhv ii'.TMitf mid t,n i00l.;,,k l0 tiu, , .-ctton or se lection of a iSegni citizen for this imuortnnt position. Vc believe " u t that mi more ot ortune time JVt Yiui r (in nihpnw) 1'J1 . . ... ,., .1 j.if. .iml, of 1901. Hence, we .mil pat rons to use their in uence in cv Sedalia Wookly V, U. HuMon .... C. M. Knelisti l'uMilifd every entered at Soilalla Vtml mill t'iii matter 'til,,-, .),. c,r ib I the Miring I ti rtrcj tmon ur readers saw Oliltnnrfoo vl m re than 1(1 Iihi-h. jHirlilin i)2 Sj fttsoliittanft, card f lin-. a i I jhitii'lkms cli. jwrliiiH . rrnfi'iJlmial (Jnrun per hi. prr istio -o lftiplny dvertiuuneuti pi" i". t (r itim, iia Ibii'djftjf N'otirci prr Iuwh pi'i Imiio -o l.ilmrti! Jii',)im(n on all viimiiiK iidvur. lintuii'iits. Srndl rates...

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. — 5 February 1904

If " T . Tf " " " 5- Sedalia Weekly Conservator, AND THE WILLIAMS STILL PURSUED HER. UNION HILL. 11RYAII IS FOll HEARST. Tli HpiilillriiQ Tnrinr roller He. . Trn AVIII llpii.i.i- II. ll. niMl Trj In j relies ,iiroul l Slumber ol llir 0tii.ltlitu. Hepresentatlve Walton, of this state, did a Dtat piece of iiollllcnl maneuvering In torckt mprtsciitallve JoIid S. Wil liam, ol .wlssltslppl, Into a prurtical lu dor . ol the republican policy on the -iu question, sa)8 tho Inolniinp olts Journal. Mr. Williams la the lender of the minority In tUf bouc-and if Kfi'li I'rei- MliW Jlmvu. Tho row thtit .ticked iiviir a lamp In Chicago year ago illil not create any luuro furor lu turn city uun Bryan nur in Toxas politics by reason ut his appeal made at the reent dollar din ner In Nebraska to the patriotic hostn to rally to tjr support of frtst stiver nt tlio Bt. l.oulu convention, :my no t ih,. rli,inllm..iilnrv vole of the Austin (Tex.) spetdal to tbe Chicago Vdtmocms for apca.cr. While lio was ,...

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. — 5 February 1904

jnSFS r I Our Coprespondenco I BUNCETON ITE&S. j There will be 11 box social tfiv vii (H ihc M. IC. Church Saturday Rev. Red Ailed bin n iar :p- .vvl)iri4j r, t, (t. KVcrMiody poiutmcnt hcrcStm.i.iv. ;1 0JI af.uilx invited tonttnid. Prof. Gravelt-spent Sunday at GLASGOW, CHARTERED FEBORARY 17, 1903 C.i'l on C'av imd IJ.i.-; wk'de in I B'.it: Hon for choice rrr. ,-n homo My. Ckty istiittca Intuitu man. M Outlay wasa verv, von, cold i .1 M.. U......-fc At.l,: ...i . ....y. ..ui0La nun-.-. M.v E.-skinc Vivian and M.ssi wtiii very ban rcau .. m YaJIII Kol)H ()1 M!SC,C0 wcrc nited in mamiige Wednesday ev-j MtvJno Richard-.!!?, vm! MiM!'". Kila Bailey were iimtcft in the hoi Tb- funeral of Mrs. Riom-I I l.v bonds of matrimony Sunday at 'J'me. was held Monday after SioOut Mount Zion Baptist"0-1 &l LeWlnClmpv). conducted Church. Rev. Red oii'v inting. j bv K'ov. G. W. Row. Among Mr. Richardson and Mi -i Bailey t the relative fnm adi u.mce who well known .utd Ime i attend the funeral...

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. — 12 February 1904

VOI.. SEDALIA, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 12 1904. NO. 41. A NEGRO FOR SCHOOL DIRECTOR. 1 FIWHUABY. Mon.1 14 15 as.Trn .1004 Tm. l.i"ihll. Frl. oTo 1 1 12 it; "17 ',is i 2i24l2n 20 St. 20 ir.u. 'HI, V. Uh. ,N M, 'ill. ODl: FOR I IIR CONSERVATOR. The latest. Negro paper is One that's small and great; Anil one that readies all round In city, town and state. The name is one of interest. The reading is much greater. I'll tell the name, you read the rest, Its name i.i Conservator. One that's read by all kinds of folks; J5y citizen and by tramp, One that reaches all latitudes; Though warm, cold or damp The Negro In American History. The history of a nation is the record of the people which com pose that nation, wluther they have been the foremost or made it possible for others to go for ward, they should be resp cted and given praise for what they have accomplished. The Negio in america history almost begun when American History begun. He has always played his part in grept crises ind was...

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. — 12 February 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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