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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 18 March 1904

' S&dalia Weekly Conservato . if v $ V 01 YOU CAN ALWAYS GET WHAT YOU WANT IN THE GROCERY LINE AT- Sweringen & Co., 523 N. Osage. Vff &n fipply you with Pn h Bumr, EggR, nnd Fruits and Chick m at all time A fine loi of rr. ah and Uri d Fruits ou h.uul Givt us your orders Quiok Dclivory ,! PIWr. NATHANIEL Diaaa. UNION HILL. t'hf. executive board of the central district baptist association. Mr. Walker Ullisand wife were ihoj)lng- In Marshal! Saturday. Mr. harnest Gailes of Buncc oa iHiiandsliiiking with friend, krrr : J, "W. Mills and Rev. C. R. ' "lith made a brief trip to Slater . WeilmnJiittV eve. Giorge Smith and wife and A '"lirntn White were chopping in ; iSln(e Sutundtu. it air. Agnes i nomas nas re 7 ituraedajfter u week, vWting her winter and f riendrt at Gilliam. Dr. Davidson of Hardeman wan called Saturday night to see Vir gil the little on of Prof. Wil Iiin. Mra. Jennie VanBnren and lili Ufgic Brown were shop-! pins: in Arrow Rock Saturday morning. lVirf. Willi...

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 March 1904

ti. Patronize Our Advertisers When Buying I? Mrs flr.hnrd SntidL'M if Rci'.W. i:. Mai-tin w.-w asV'pjvj For first class hair work. over visitor from Confcreiue :) -, Monday. ; Braids, Bangs,- Pompa- h ..'..' dnttrs. and etc. Sluunnoo- Kov. Ul'vov Wo rich, enrouto.a . ' . , . ... . ' . . is mrr. Dvtnir. Bieachttiirthe thins charge iron. Lontoren.c. - . , .v stopped off here Moiulsij. 1T ft " .1 .. ,. .-A Fncial and Bust Massacr, ja-. .ewuii' is on m- tici; us; Tr-: ts...:.. i. and is at the hospital. e '":--$ Ccrcani.g Work Kimmn g for Jimmie a speedy recovery. a tced or nfy rofum.?(i. From a pure fountain on! -, Write for particulars & jjj flows pure water. I'astr this in ): . " , u vour hat and ti wait development". .! 41a N. L,amine St 5 :3 Bell Phone 734. $ . Rev. Thomas Reeves, a you 11 1 3 ft inlnntertal student 'it ity. K. 1 Smith College, came in from Cm.-; -'- 'in. ference to resume his studies at: Read our "Pythian add" on the College, second page. Dr. M. C. H. Masou.ea...

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 March 1904

VOL. i. SBDALIA, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, MARCH 25 1904. NO. 47. MAKCIL..1904 Mn. Men. Tuft. Wed. I. fri. Bit. 1 2 a .1 o 0 7 8 0 10 11 12 ia 11 10 i 17 Ts in 'JO 21 13 'J 21) 24 25 20 27 28 20 no "in Tm Cibi' '".' )P.a ':mh. A NEGRO BISHOP YEARNS TO RETURN TO AFRICA, To Muoh rronohing and Spirit of Hooknoae Amonn tho U nckn, Bays 5 Now York Prosau r Who founbl on the Monitor. New York, Bishop William Benjamin Derrick, presiding bishop the lait seven years of the New York diocese of the A. M. K. Church, one of the most degressive and active men of the Negro race in America, declared Tcnterday that he is tired of A merica and yearns for the Lnd of his forefathers in Africa. He made this announcement in a speech to the New York confer ence ami the general conference will soon assign a new bishop to take his place. Mob attacks, lynchmgs and the burning of ne groes are too much for him. lie said: "Forty-two years ago I stood ankledecp in blood in the fight between the Merrimac and Mon - tor, a...

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 March 1904

Sedalia Weekly Conservator re. H UtM 0. M.iKnfh'ab Weekly Oonwrvatcr-lmer Rothwell of his candidacy I f . I T ( I' . . ! 1 1 Or inc nepuuncau nuoimiiiiuu " ,:J'",r i lor Governor may be considered Hhe most important. 2'Bhlili'wd evsry Friday tnomlojf and nlrii at 3sUlla Poit Offleo an r(d enl tUii matur. BRAVERY vs.'FOOL.HARDINESS An individual, who will stand Nr Yr (id nJvne) . n. . . . . . . . .. Six ra.tb. (in ndtaug) .: S0u " ftiaclt Copy. 0.; there is a natural possibility of success, is considered to be ibravc and courageous. White, to combat for mastery when the odds are over whelmingly against them is con sidered fool-hardiness. Of the IJU&biy Advertisements pr in. , ' a!.!.. tf tlikti 1Q ltu p(,r lino for an individual Kfilutioti, ennt of tluuki, pnitt fnnction ttr. porline rrofii')iin! C'Hrd.t pvr in. ptr luuo ta KfieJint; HoliflM pr six linai pe- MJU. Tlitml DiicnuntK on II running Silver t ! run u t it. rnt tn merchant!. All spson must be paid for in ndvuati. Muin'j ...

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 March 1904

Kjji.fi Ml S a.SJfUSg'fSjJ 4 ' Sedalia Weekly Conservato . ?QU CAN ALWAYS GET WHAT YOU WANT IN THE GROCERY LINE -AT- Sweringen & Co., g 523 K Osage. 'I and Chink naat all tlim-n A tiu, lot of ir.shaud Drid 2 . ;i Fruits on nami with us your ordrra Qulolc Drllvery 5 ' C. S. Walden, M. D. 10' I5AST MAtX STKItKT. j LUr Stair. PiioxJ: 213. 1 Residence;, 117 K. Morgan St j Vwr-.r. -507 ! J. M. Harris, ffl. D. 1, Physician &n Suryeou. Ili6 W. Mnit. St.. Scdaltti, Mc 1 -OFHCIv HOURS 1 0:00 to 12:00 1. m. 4:80 to 6:30 p m. ' Residence 23 W. Morgan St. H. G. PHILLIPS LAWYER. ' 116 W. Main street SEDALIA, ----- M0. UNION HILL. Mrs. Sallie Jackson is conva lescent. Ye scribe was in Arrow Rock, Friday morning. Jasper Mill van in Little Rock the firat of the week. Abram and Mrs. Susan White were shopping in Gilliam Thursday. Mra. Nannie Brooks of Orear- ville attended services here Sun- Hay. Mr. Charley Evith of Napton filled his appointment here Sun day. Rev. C. R. Smith held services h...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Conservator
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 25 March 1904

;a'" ,Vi 34v ft" WAV f " 1 , IS j it-?'. SW . ...... . . t fijtt Patronize Our Advertisers When Buying Goods,! Pythian add" on Head our second page. Aftu vyeeks liiy-ofT, to adjust some mutters that needed nltention, "II. S. Tutt put !n mtwearnncc. at his case in our oflk&'Saturdav morning. Mrs. Richard Sanders For first clatis lniir work ft 1 If Braids. Bantis. Pomna- & is 13 '"rdi nl,c' etc. Shampoo- S ,. "15 injf, Dying, Bleaching the 3 Han a specialty. 3 ?! ii C T T...il ntiA T?,,c;l Afoeenrri. .... .......IV A un ..iiv uiuji. ..... j.j.... . witon ur. sc. a u f-s . T MassnKC S farmer, and B. k. uopK.ns, a a ft w , . g I . . . - - - - - - ,L tred or money refunded. P Write for particulars C C t T T rtitiinn Qf Bell Phone 734 and E. K. Uonkinr. .1 iitembcr of Ceorectown school btnrd, were in town Saturday, I and took out a subscription for tlie ;Coitservtor. Mrs. J. M. Harris, the eatim ahlp. wife of Dr. J. M. Harris, we sire very sorry to report, is con fined to her bed,...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Conservator
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 1 April 1904

i-iti. rr-r,-. If.. 01 Wm tUccklg Cottsmwtoi. VOC.f t. SEDALIA, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, APRIL i 1904. NO. 48. 9 ArRIL...19Q4 Han. . Ta. W&, ni, fit tt. 1 Jl 3 4 5 ft 7 8 10 11 IB 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 31 22 28 gl25ge2:7l2B2laO Q. tui. Wim. Jain. QPmuu their APPOINTMENTS OF THE CEN. MO. CONFERENCE. MINISTERIAL HKCEPTION. Avery brilliant and most a grcesble social affair was the re ception, given in honor of Rev. K. H. Smith, pastor of the M. E. Church in Louisiana, Mo; Rev, W. C. Ellis, paator of M. E., Church, ia Fulton MojRev. H. A. Henly, paator df the M. E. Church, in Troy, Mc; and .Rev. W. H. Smith, Presiding Eld'ir of the Sedalia District, M. E. Church in Phillips' Hall, on Tueday night, the 22nd of Mar. Thene gentlemen began their ministerial career, receiving their licenses as Exhorters and Local Preaceers from Taylor's Chapel, M. E. Church, this city. The entertainment was given by VIr. Wesley Phillips, now a prominent member and one of the founders, of that congrega tion, a...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Conservator
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 1 April 1904

Sedaiia Weekly Conservator; tfe&lk , Weakly Conwrvntor. VT, H. Buotftn -. . Editor C. M. TStiiHih . Manager. ?libtd every Friday oralait and entered t Satialla Port Ofltc a mo oiid elais matter. Nr Yer (ia,aBM) $1.01 Hlx months tin adv&noe) .60 Eiuule Copy 06 Obituaries ot more than 19 linen, par Hue. 2tf KtMlutionn, sard of think-, paid function'! eto. perline 05 Professional Cards pr in. per 'isnuo. ............ , , .2 Display Advertlsemeuts pr in. par issue ' 2.r Kacdiofr Noticai per six lines pe iifne 25 LiWeral Discount on all running adrer- tisouoote. Special rates to merobant. All epiOR must bo paid for In advaaue. Mottuy unmt accompany oil matter for publication. Your phirouajfe soIiclteJ. Guaranteed over 500 paid subsorlbers Payments may bo made by P O. Mony Order, Register letter or Express Or dsr Foramunications should reach us by Wednesday to iuiuro publioatioa. No atteoto'u Kveu to anonymous eom wanisntlons. Correspondence containing news of In terest to the pnb...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Conservator
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 1 April 1904

- i , Sedafia Weekly Conservato . If M 4 YOU CM ALWAYS GET WHAT YOU WANT IN THE GROCERY LINE AT- Sweringen & Co., 523 N. Osage. W'.,"ilpply Tth Pr",h Butter, Eggs, nnd Pruits and Cbiolc ns at ajl times A fine lot of PrVau and Dri'd Fruit on hand. Give us your orders. Quick Dcllvory w C. S. Walden, M. D. !(') IW3T MAIN STKKIiT. L'r W: .n." Phonk 213. : -.lit-sitlt itcc. I17 E. Morgan St. ' 1'ho.vk 407. J. M. Harris, M. D. 'JiVfitian and Surgeon. If, 6 V, Mail. St., Scdalia, Mc J OI-FICK l-JOURS ' I0:00to f:00 .m. ; 4:30 to 3 30 p m. , Rc-utrnrc 2.K V. Mqrgan St. H. G. P M I LL1PS LAWYER. 115 W. Main street - MO. UNION HILL. Jspr Mills and wife were in Arrow KocU Saturday. Abram White made a brief ?1rip to Gilliam the first of the ."week. Harry White ud Mr.' Jennie iVunburen were shopping, in Sla- ,irr J ucmj.it. . ,,. Jasper Mills ;md James Ellis made a bsainesa tip to Slater Thursday. f Miss Corean TThitc ivgone oh a weeks viit t-iher mother, Mrs John Smith, at Nel-or.. E. L. Ta...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Conservator
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 1 April 1904

& ... V, J?1 .4 V Patronize 'mi ' Our Advertisers When Buying poods l'f 5QLHBS. " f Kd our "Pythian add" oa atCMd pe. Mayo Harris, tbe Juniir aoa of Dr. and Mra. Harris, is very HI.- Mr. Ji; Rllia ia reported to be cn the mend, from a week of se yens illneaa. , Mrs, Birdie Sullivan presented ber husband, Prof. A. L. Sulli van, a fine baby boy Saturday morning. Dr., J. M. Harris, the attending phytician reports raotberand little man to be in ex celleut condition. Mr Amanda Travis, after a fort-nights visit in Kansas City, where she went to attend Confer has returned to home. No won der Uncle Alex stepped so much like a youngster Sunday. She arrived Saturday night. Rer. Felix Waters, traveling affsat for the South-Mestern Christian Advocate visited his mother-in-law, Mra. Bmeline Williams of 722 N. Lamine, St., recently. While here be lectured to tbe students at both Lincoln j School and George R. Smith Col e?e. A planus in hand to perfect a Negr t Business League here-an auxiatli...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Conservator
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 8 April 1904

tOcchlii Conservator. '4 ' VOL. i. SEDALIA, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, APRIL 8 1904. NO. 49. APRIL... 1001 Hun. I Mnn 11 To 1 1 17 j 1H 2-1125 TueJ 5 12 To Wed.) 0 11 20 20 27 Thu. 2T 28 Kfl. 15 20 fat. 0 10 2a no L8 iaj.ii. OPPOSES MINGLING OF NE GRO AND ORIENTALS, ST LOUIS N DECLARES TIIK COLORED HACK II AS NO AMBITION IN THAT LINK. St. Louis, Mo. It has been suggested Hint some arrange ments be made by President Francis that would afford the O- ricnial pe"ple attending the World's l'iiti ,in opportunity to meet and become acquainted with the coloied people of this city. It is difficult to tell how the idea originated. Ncver-the-less, it bears the hall-mark of g-ood intentions. If Midi an idea were pr.tctible it would by a striking exemplifi cation of the essential unity of the human race. Hut right on the heels of the sulcatum. M . T. I liyrakt. one of the attaches of the Japcnese commission, Hasten to disclaim any desire n the aart of his compartriots "to have any thing to do with negroe...

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 April 1904

lir' . ft p.: tSr" lei Si1 'I SEDALIA WEEKLY CONSERVATOR ftKOALIA, Misaounr. APIHL...1001 ' fm' T"ct- W"1- Thtt. Frl. Sat. " 1 2 3 i 5 0 7 8 9 12.11111111 15 11 17 18 10 20 21 22 24 25 20 27 28 517 Ifi) Tt-a cxn.m. TiFa f.m. '4.7th. VEIBlh. JaSnd. VS9ih. CURRENT COMMENT. Prof. E. Ilenjamln Andrews express es a regret Unit Lincoln was not more cultured and refined. It Is also n mat ter of regret that some college profes sors do not have less culttiro and re finement and more horso tenso of tho Lincoln hrand. STORIES OF CRUELTY Presbyterian Missionary Tells of Slavery In Congo State. 'I'ho Stockholm court has pronounced the Arctic explorer, Andrce, to bo dead In law, the legal term of dlsappcarancu having Just expired. Andree left Spltz borgen on July 11, 1S97, with two com panions In a balloon, with tho object ef reaching tho North polo. Commissioner Waro's explanation of tho reasons for his order on disability pensions Is not designed to malto lilm popular with tho physicians, who, ...

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 April 1904

Ills Signature. "Clisrmlnstl Exqulsitcl Perfectly de lightful!"' she cxcUimcd, peering through tier starers at tlio young artist's latest picture. I m glil yon liko It," he said, with tiecoinlng modesty. "I.iko It? Coulil anybody help liklna It? So ordinal! That queer little dm inal Mitli the tiinny long legs In the right lisml forcrotindl what b delicious con ceitl ilow can joti jitinplno sucli initios ihle things, Jlr. I) Autre?'' "Uni'-cr you ineuti thin!" he askctl. pointing to the strango thing in th low er enrncr. "Vn, of course." "Kr-iih-lhut In my signature, mad mm. llrooklyn Lisle. In tlio Spring. Iwmlcs, Mo., April 4th. -Jim. H. C. Unity, ut thin plnro, says: "iMir yenrn I was in very liatl health, livery spring I would git 0 loiv that 1 won tinalilo to ilo my own work, I retnird to he worse in the tiring than nny other tiino of tlio year. I was very wal; and miserable ami hail much nam in my buck and bead. 1 a.v Dodd'n Kid ney I'lllii advertised Inst spring and be pin tre...

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 April 1904

gfSeihlia Weakly Consorvntor- W.H. Huktfln , . Editor :,l'iilillliwl fvevy Friday uinrniusr d uUud t Serlnlia l'ost Office ks sue dihI tlmi mntter. ",l'r Yo.ir (iu mlvatiei) . . .. t 01 . Six tuulitlis (In nilvnnuo) . SO Single Copy 0 0.1 Otitnnrp otnmro tlmn 10 lim'H, iierliue ! " Jtiiiiliitinn. card of thnks, pniil fiitirtioiiH etc rorlinc. . . . rJ": ' i iK ,., MJIIH - iIiilieral PiacoimN on all rnuuii'f: rnlvor wfinftit. Sh-pIiiI intn to Kcreltaiit'. j') urate mut lii rail) for in nilrniinr. ! ''Minify tiint npeompaiiy nil nmttnr for m.a imlillciitinn. V..II tMlfttflirM itlltilMfttl. "(lUtti-Ntilccil over 500 imiil imlnatili'ri ii'iuonlH niaylifliimiloby I' O. Mnnv .'(")lrtr, Itcgittur letter nr fix prom Or--.' ili Mi.. - . . i . t i I. t Sj?,' kio,nMitiPHiinni annum n'"ii ns ov yj V'oilni'(l(iv tii itintrn pulilifMlon. jjy& Jo :itt"Ut5'tt Kiven to niiniiyiiioiH com 'lllHIIH-JtriOlia. ... ll. tafHd.il Itf.il. ..I 'i- .Ajtwits vnntwl. ntc tor tnrnii. hemdi.men he dealt with b...

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 April 1904

flit f liW f fit wjfc ....iis ' VOL. x. SRDALIA, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, APRIL 15 1904. Ai,nrjJ...in(M Pnn. Mob. Tan. WimI, Thu. frl. Sal, ll T?T r. ( 8 Tu n i ja" ij is us T?'u3if go 21 '22 3.') TV eni'jo 27 2 a.'j;ui ri q Aim, Tfifn an, druul'cnuess and lewdness aire looted upon by the great majori ty as leniently as ever." The educational opportunities that the state and private philan thropy have provided for the Ne groes, the minister thinks, arc ! rlnimi- 4 . ... . 1 1 4 1 ......1 .... it..!-, WUIH4; Vltl.4lt asiihtii: vwu an IUCII churches. K. C. Journal. THE NEGRO IN MISSOURI A White Prenchoi' At Columbia Ho., AssumosThe Condition Of Nogro Thoro Typical To Thorn Thru-outTno State. tlTAHTLINO KTATISTICa F0STER-C0XTON NUPTIAL. "Relations existing between tbc sexes are exceedingly lax," says the author. "As h matter of fact we seem to have in Colum bia, a periltous approach to that state of promiscuity postulated by a certain school of anthropol ogists as man" most primitive sexual c...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Conservator
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 15 April 1904

LEI) INTO A Tit A P. Fifty Japanese Scouts Wiped Out by Russian Sharpshooters. On n Inland Oppnsll WIJu Urn Utile lirown Men Wrrn lVrniltlnl tii l.snil and Thffi llnronr td l7 Tlsrlr Ferorluus Knsmlrs. BU Petersburg, April U den. Kuropalltln, In a dispatch to the em peror bearing yesterday's date, says that Ucn. KrasnallnsUI, on Uto night ut April 8, ordered a detachment of sharp shooters to cross to the left bank of tho Ynlii. opposite- WIJu. The sharp shooters latulod on tho Island of Sninallml and surprised a patrol of 60 Jnpannso bcouU, Just as the latter were approaching the cast tide of tho Island In thrco boats. Tho Uusslans nllomed 1ho Japanese to land and then fired on them. Nearly nil the Japanese wero hot, bayoneted or drowned and their boats sunk. Tho Uusslans sustained no losses. On tho following day tho Jap suirso lowered their flag at WIJu and their outposts, which lately have been neon, fell baclt. On the night of April 9 four Russians missed tho Yaltt to Yongampho a...

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 April 1904

Tfrntuekv Brenkfakt VnnA KlV1.nl' UmiMfl f If. ......I" ,1 . I Belglilwr (i t lie Kentucky mountaineer. "Ilcn? Why, hc'ii Eono lip to MIchiifitii 1 o work In of thpin thnh lircakfoV joou jm.hth, in iiu iiqi iq uo in 10 nut th' lirraUfar fond in one o' thess hyali TfiaiiVbo'd boxci." "In n pm'etm'd bo?" , "Thai's what lie rui)." "How In time ran a man nit n chew o -tulincker nn' n liKRch o' -.vlilnUy in n nai'clio box no lilt won't apillt" Uoc ion Tout. Tclctjrnph Operntorfl ..ram from KiO.OO to $150.00 per month, lircat cli'innml for men. Our nrhool if mannRoil by .Snntn l'e Hy. employee. Calnhmiie ftce. 'I lie McMalion-Tigho School, Arkansas City, Kiir... Mabel "Why didn't you acii'iun when he put hi niinn mound your" I'.tlu-l I wjiilcil to, Lut louhln't, mill when I coiihl I didn t want to." llutlu Inter iiioimtuiu. A ruin's bent friends ate his ten Anurs. ltohett Colljer. m WOMEN BREAK DOWN. Sometimes woiim-m drift Into a con- Ur,.tqilion of "Half Invalid.1 VkinVft t'"ll'"l lutiK...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Conservator
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 15 April 1904

ScMift Weekly W.H. rimton . . Oo'usorvnUir ,f; '.I lid'ltor .iiWiIim'J cvtiry " I'riilar uioniliirf nml vntwl fit Serialin Pot Offlru ns URC ouil tdon mutter. mtcl.igi.iic , skill and ourae. IVr Yor (In wnw) . S- luonlliii tin iitlyutR') fl' Kindle Opy u Obituariee rl morn tlimi 10 lt"i pifllns 02',i Kesulutlmi. enrrf of tlmlk. iidd fuuclldiis tic. rrllne. . . . . .05 KucJiHc Kolicc prr lx lint' yo lUft LiUrnl DiMoimli on nil riinniuK mlror tineiwul. Should Joseph W. Folk receive the nomination lor govenor ou tile demoetat ticket, backed by a platform pledging his party to carry out the measures lie adopt ed In bis bat'le to secure tlic nom ination, wonld it be a wise tiling' for the Negro to oppo.ie bis elec tion? Think soberly before yon answer, le.st your rcpl be biased by prejudice. Mi. Folk has o pcnly declared for an honest e lcction, in which all men, citizens, ahull have the right to register their sentiments, freely without molestation, He ha. stood fi mly mid Undcviatinfrl...

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 April 1904

4 m V 1 JUf. VQI" ' SliDALIA, MlRSbyKI. FRIDAY, APRIL 22 1904. . T" " .. ;, rr - r.-.-,.,iii .,.Jjf , u 0 uaH't w " afcs aud hffle cor 77 Al'Il! L... 1001 Mmi. Tui'B.1 10 17 52-1 1 n 13 27 Wnl. Thii.i Frl. IT JBjjJ lljUi 3 - '"-IE! 13 snt. K! 5TL0 Vt rih. iS'h 3C'sii 1. 911I1. "cuer man cmv, the bet way Co-omtl )n of Jub 10 nop boodling a- the state eapi- ih(. pastors tnl i-to quit sen-lint srmdbagirinir ir; u ,.r .1,,' s uondreta ; there to represent the atuHile pu,,,le at ,. people The adminlmration of '.ii.n i.,u-,i i i . , , . ,,,'IM "111" u l flUU T ,en,en-v m" ,t,ation of J.,j,iiw ra-nca. cnange in tn pieseat Quimi Cbape, A Tom or Harry to go to the legis- litme wild happens to bare, a "rii. 11" u u:.. ......... j 11 Jj ol personal character or fitnesa. .--Kx. THE DISHONEST LEGISLATOR The fiq-lil aij.tin t hoo-llers and bflodliiii; in MU-iiri svoms to he centcreil 11 the i-ortt tor ov crnor. Yet nrithor tii present jovcrnor nor anyone of tlieavow cd cani')-'" for tV-t office i...

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 April 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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