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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 22 April 1904

WHERE THE BLAME LAY. Jtl Wanted to Got to tho Trout a Little Too Quick (or Ilia Own Good, Sternly the iwhe roMnleJ tlie r.rlsonjt ibefoic liitn. Ill" beheld a man of tender, unripo ve.irs, whoso fnco wni fiiir to look upon, hearing ai it did every known marl: of honesty. Amiearnncca itnve no leasou for committing the crime, find vet the Jury liail decided, on lirHt ballot, Hint tin- prise .oner witi cullly. In (.id, tlie pica (or Ilia defense mi very mvilc, mj tliu New York "It teem incredible," said the judpe, "that a man with jour connetioni liuiill ! have stooped wi low ni to Wome a com inon fmyer. Kutely (mine ouc els tniut , liaro le tli canto o your downfall. A woman f" "There wa some one, replied the prls oner, "tint that nomo one it a not a wo- man. It in yourself, your honor." "IV pjamlll the judge, nnutrrdly. "Just '. A ahoit tnn uga 1 a mem- 1er of the graduating elasa in my college. You were one o( th speaker, at tlie fain well scaion. on may reineintier your worth: "J'l...

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 April 1904

Sedalia Wcokly Oousorvlfor. W. II. ITinloti v. ii. KhkWi , . tuhlui I'ulililiiwl v4r.v Friday rooiinne nt!ril tit HhIkIiii l'ot Offli-u s aw runt dm umtlur. and ksstieiMhat concern, first, the1. guoii 01 mo Kepuiiitc. iitontmc me lop , iiit-ivst of our Federal (.Sovern-j af Jnient. the mailttiiii'anco of ourL'S Constitutional rights, customs C4 . . . f and traditions transcend the tn tcicsnt of fcny one r.u-i- that form art element of it-, component ss?8s8?- ABE YOU A OF P.? v .,t. 1 111 I M month liniulvni.ce) BO, part-; M-cond, the K,w of the KUHN & CO. Corner Lam hie & Petti St. BLUE FRONT. Phoees. O. C. 10 Hell H'l. f?fnj1e Copy .in Oiti i-tate r rimmon-vcnlth rttunt be admitted t" be I'ara mount to the good of any one eh -mental face that enter into its M.cumponenc--; third, our thought lnntl l.h .it,it.iiibf urith A m . ti. Qhjlttim ot morn tliiltl 10 Ijn", tfr line t . HfHiltitintm, cftnl of tlink, pM funrlidtiK etc. ppi lino. . . Hncrfinr Notice pit .' h" im Ittltn t...

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 April 1904

, tt-- J1 Cb0 at VOL. i. " ' g; , , .M II ',',1 1 HI gg!gl. . QttnATTA iToerttlTt fan i - 1 ! s sss Al'HIL...190i i , . . .- Son. Mop. Tort. Wat Ttn. rrt. Ktt. 1 2 :) -t r t 8 o 10 n 12 13 i t 15 w 17 18 IP 20 21 22 2 21 125120 27I28I20I30 7ih. Wltih. JlSiri. ViSJili Congregational Mlnisiter On The Race Problem, Rev. Frank Fox, of tho First Congregational church, Kansas, City, Kas. expresses his senti ments on the recent Rice bistur tuncc in Ksnsan City, Kas, with courage and common sense. He speaks as follows: "The solution of race problem N the biggest problem that con fronts humanity today. The des tiny of humanity will largelv be determined by the way it tries to solve thin problem. Race problems confronted Paul in almost every great city. Standing on Mar's hill surrounded by all the glories of the Acropolis, looking' down on Athens the home of philosophy, art and culture, Paul declared to Greek and Jew that "God made of every nation of me .'' The age ling search of science conf...

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 April 1904

SEDALIA WEEKLY CONSERVATOR, lll'STO.V A ICNdl.ISIt, rul.llslirrs. -SUDAIilA, MlSSfUItl. pooooooooooooooooooooooooo in His Part in the Hold-Up lly rnANIt It. SWEET -OOOO ooooooo ooooooooooooooo (Oorj-rlghl.I'M.i.y luilj illorr rub. Co.) THKftR was a dlacnrdant, prolonged shriek, nlinont nt tho window of the bedroom, anil Mollj Tclrall'a ee H-nul imct stared blankly for a moment nt the low inno celling, then she pram: up and (irrued hurriedly. It was tho .flrsl whistle of tho button factory.nnd In :n0 minutes more tho second would come. From time to time as she thrust In tho 'Mnilllngs and started thorn, and placed Uio ;offco jmiI upon the stove, and fol lowed that with the hits of meat and veKStablea she had chopped and made ready tho night before, she clanged up at the Clock. At the end of 1G minutes she fluid ready nn Improvised waller of 11 'lilo tin. on which were ft bowlAtsoupand n cu'i? of hot coffee,! The tin. was con cealed by a r.fjitly arranged ''nankin. With this In her ha...

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 April 1904

: WHEN YOV GO TO THE WORLD'S FAIR Sutftfcstions Thea Should Bo Helpful lo tho Strea-nflcr m St. Louis No Trouble When You Got Your Bear ings Tho Greatest of World's Expositions. Miss M. Cnrlledgc Rives some Miclpful advice to young girls, tier letter is but one of thou sands which prove that nothing is so helpful to young girls who are just arriving at the period of womanhood as Lydia H. Pink ham's Vegetable Compound. "DiiAit Jlns. I'inkiiav: I cannot praise I.yillu K. IMnlsliniir.s Vckc jubl" Comiioiiiiil too liitrlily, op It Is Hio only medicine, I over tried which cured me. I suITorcd much from my first menstrual period, 1 felt so weak and dlzzv nt times 1 could not pursue my (.tmiles with tho tnual interest. .My thoughts became hluppl&h, 1 had headaches, backaches mid '.Inking spells, alw pains In tho bade nnd lower limbs. In fact, I wn hIcU nil over, " finally, after many other remedies had been tried, wo were rtdvlncd to cct J.yilln, H. I'lnUlmiii'M VfKctn1tlo (!(imi)(iuml...

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 April 1904

1 fcadalin Weakly Conservator. -VT H. Huitoii Editor C. M. Rutins Maaa;er. i'ablibeed very Friday moraine; and entered at Sedalia Pert Offlte aa Me pod elaaa matter. Par Taar (in advao) , ... Jl.01 Six aaoetba (iu advauee) , .60 fltagia Cepy ts OHitnarin of more than 10 liaea, par lino. 0I miolutions, card of thinra, paid fuoclious etc. perline OS JVediC N'oticei par tlx linee pa iiuua ?. . . ,2A 1toral Diaaotiuta on all running advor tiaemeuta. SftoUl rata to rarrclianta, .All pn mutt be paid (or in arlraana TMv must aeeompanr all toalltr for publication. Tear pa(ronar;a iglicitad. flaaraotepd over 600 paid aubieribar TaymsaU tuny lie made by P 0. Money rder, Regi'tH Utter or Expreis Or alar ointutinlaalion slinuM Tenth ua by ITdJursiUr insure publication. Ku attmto'n uirin to anunymuua com txUDnntiom. ;irraipou leuee containing na w nf In 1aret to the public earnestly anlirited Ajreiita wauled Write for terra. energies properly directed if not by the church and school? Do you know...

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. — 6 May 1904

r V 1 p n, it r i 5V m$mm iueeMu Conservator. fea VnL' iotixj SEDALIA, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, MAY 6 79ai " """ NoTT " " H II II II. J tMWIMHiailllUM w. I .i , .... "Tl TIP III IIWI11.BB.Il1MirLJIILII miimm i Pope Pius Opposes Lynching,; OUI0WN editor Advocntos Jubilee l?or Negroes Of Thelwa CnllioHca To Befriend The Negroes. -Urgos Nick Chiles Gets Letter From Vatican. At tlic nnmtnl meeting of Die Western Negro Press Asociji t it in. last August. Nick Chiles, president of the association, and bditor (if the Topeka Plaindealer secured the adopti n of a resolu t i-mi to be sunt to the Vatican at Kiiint, urging the Pope to use his high office in bringing a pressure In lieu-on the American people, llini Die Catholic Church, that t!i change in sentiment from oppression and discrimination a gamt the Neg-io. tiauity. "I am confident that these sen timcitu are shared by the vast tnajo.-ity of 'lie great American people and hy those who are res ponsible for the principles under lyinR the America...

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. — 6 May 1904

rv I. SI SEDALIA WEEKLY CONSBftYATOR. iii'st() .v nxciMsit. i'niiiipf. SUDAMA. .".". - MlSSf.UUI. BABY TROUBLES. Don't yourri; now ion't you. don't ouj There nre thorns on Vry roje; Come to dad and Itt lilm Mm Ii; Dtnr. that's how the old world uoesi Tt.fl nro drotthatks to all pltosurm, Storms com nlur cloudlwa skier, l.tt me kiss that baby linger, Come to dad and liuth your cries. "It was a botny for pnpal"' Never mind, dear, Just (orRett 2'nnn don't care much tot roses, Vu con pick n violet And ran pick eome green Iwiven nllh It, Whete they gnufgle wet lth dfcwj l'tt llkei violets the hot. deur, They're; 10 llko tlio cyw o' ou. And to-nlsht you watch ) our iwpti, Vuu ran ttntch Inside the Bate, H. I..1 I'M see jour tanftled trewef And our blue ees where you wait, And I'll call and jou must run, denr. And, I'll till jou what you do, Just reach In my pocket, tut by. There'll It BomtthltiB Bwd 'or jou. Bomcthlng good, eomethlne jou'U like, dear. Ho Iort the rose's thorn: I. tt me ki...

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. — 6 May 1904

I ft t I- 6 I St t "ONE DOLLAR WHEAT. Western C.mndn'a Wheat Fleldo Pro duce It Mngulflccut VIelil3 l?reo Grants of Lniul to Settlers. Tlio returns of tho Interior Depart nicnt show that tlio movement of American farmera northwaid to Can ada Is Bitch month iilTcclIiig larger nrcas of tlio United Stales. Tlrao was, cays tho Winnipeg I'reo I'itm, when tho Dahotas, Minnesota mm Iowa fur nlfdiid tho Dominion with tho main bulk of Its American contingent. l.ast jfar, however, forty-four states nnd districts wrro represented In tho olll rial statement ns to tho former resl denco of Amei leans who had home steads In Canada. Tho Uakotas still licad tho list, with 4,004 entries, Min nesota being ft closo second with 3,887, but with tlio exception of Alabama and Mississippi nnd Delaware every stato In tho Union supplied seniors who, In order to secure farms In tho fortllo pralrlo country of Canada, beeamo citizens of, nnd took tho oath of al legiance to, tho Dominion. Unit year no lens than 1...

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. — 6 May 1904

fMnlin Wwjkly (Joiwwrvi'tor V? If. Hlnton C. M. i:Klli , . EtWor lnti:i;e'' :'nblihsd every Friday moriiintr ami tntHlod nt Sfldidla font OAlcu as end vlims matter. Pfr Yuar (in Advance) . Kix inutillis (in Hdvaritfu) Sinclci Copy $1 00 . .01) . . .IT. Obitunn'et of rntiro tljuti 10 liiffi mirhrm 2J JtmBnliitton. i-ard of tlunfc". iid function etc rvi Ibi"- Joinling Notion per ix linos ptt IMUO ..'.I folium I Dincoont mi ill rtiiinlna Ht5ve" tisiunonln. fppaitil ratiw to tmrebfilit. All )!io rnnit bo mid fur in ndrnniie ytony niixt nrcompnnv nil iiiattfr fur imMiwitluit. Tour psironnfre olioted. fjnnninti-cd Ortr 700 Pafd lhMrlra fi viii.' nit nmy b mwie b 10. Mnror Oritur, uiHtr Mter or Ksprwn Or-rti-r 'iininiiitiicillmrif utmilM wli US Jiy 1VidiiMilm ii iiimiro pnlitiention. Kn nltcntcn (rivn to (itnimnmiH t-om miwiemtinin. f'nrrupouonco cnntititiinir n"f nf In t"iot to thi public Briicxilv lii-ited Atri'iitH wnn ted WH'i for tarnm. Iii'iik for Tliv-sntf mic o..il ihoniilit; An I ...

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 May 1904

W- 'HI raw J 4? IT f VOL. SEDALIA, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, MAY i.i too.. NO. Negro Bishop Discussed Dr. Georpe Hlliot Proposes That Matter Be Given Consid ered At This meeting of General Conference. . . Lit Akrit And Worth Count, Not Color. The Methodist General Confer-1 church, lull, if tlicid t;e A vncitn tucc which convened lld Is now cy in the f.pincopacy to lie filled, In session nl Los Angeles, Cn1, I let the negro be put into the bal sas treated to si 1)11 of the nlbim portiint Race Question Inst Thurs tiny, Hufore tin: confctencc met in Chicago, four year ago, there wis1 n few negro inethodist ttgilatilsg the ncgio bishop tnutter, tlnm ad ding iinother plinse to the negro tpicst'On in America. It doe not come tip in the form of an nppeiil for heller treatment ttf the bind: man politically socially or indus trially, but, fdnec there list- been runt Is now, mi Agitation on Hi'1 part nf some negio methodlst1 who have passed the stage of nil hope foi them lo olii-grott the po Mtiont.n...

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 May 1904

SEDALIA WEEKLY CONSERVATOR. HIMTO.V C IIMIUSII, 1'nl. Ushers. SEIMMA, MISSIilUI. 4 A Leap Year Occurrence V Ily CAOOL 0. 1UCIIMOND ( ip;n.-M, m, i.r urn; twrr rub. oi HKll frlotids thoiiKlit It high time that Mis I'attcrson married, thoughslio lind limes without number pointed out to them that such was not her manifest dcptlnj Having turned 10, more or less, her contcmiiorarlci! had ull tasted innrllal bliss onco or twice, a few even inori-. and nomo Ith n divorce or two left in the trail. Tho latter reached the conclusion that tsht was hnvlm,' ton easy a time, living too selfish a life those happily married wished to sib her as Messed as themselves, so one and all ec i about (Jiving her fldvlce. It in jour bour.dcn duty," they ci;rccI. "You really think no?" she asKcd, doubtfull). Ml us Patterson' was n scrl oiih nature, and duty the held as the ltifihcst responsibility of life. To shirk one's manifest duty was Indeed to full short 'Twas In a vital spot, then, Hint the argument cau...

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. — 13 May 1904

BE WARNED. ITecd naturo'n nurnlni;! I'aln tclli of lurhlnj; illscny!. HncUncho Is leldtiuy pain n warning ol Iddncy Ills. Urinary troubles, too, come to toll you tliu kid neys tiro Melt. Con n tn nt wcarlncxg, hctiiluchcn, dizzy Bpe-Un, elnysof pnln, nights of uurontnrc dancer Bltrtialn earning you to euro .ho kidney. Ubc Dunn's Kidney I'llls, which havo lusnlo thonsandsejf ncrma- IK'Ilt curvH. Frank 1).Ovcrbnit:1i,c:ittlc-liuyer nnd fnrincr, Cntideill, X. Y., suj-bs "Doctors tcihl mo ton years njro tlmt 1 hud ltriht's I)ih(nM, nnd f.ald they could do nothing to btivo inc. My Imelc nchod ko J could notKtand lltocrendrlvouboiit, nnd pusMiRcH of thu kidney M-cretlona worohofreqiientnslonimoy motfreutly, 1 wuh (,'rowlnif worao nil "tho time, hut Donu'ii Kidney 11 Us cured mo, mid I liuvo been well ever since." A VllVA: TU1 A I. of this groat kidney nioclleini) which cured Mr. Ovorliuugh will ho mailed on nppllcntluu to nuy I'flrt of tlio United Muti.x. Address IWcr-Jllllnirn Co., IluM'...

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. — 13 May 1904

1 tiiariyr.virtiur rrrrrwRt' Ri.ltlia. Weekly vT H. IluotDn . . it. m. iviii.Li , . Rdltor Mm tinner. I'ulilibwd phut fViilav Pioriilnjr ami rotr(l lit Sedidla l'ott Olllcu im nur foil ),nn multrr. Per Year (in ndtnnco) , Sir month ijti miIvwk) single Copy fl.0'1 . .0.1 , . .0.5 .05 Obitunric nf moro tbnn ll rues, por fino JjBolnliem. oard of )"dil fnniMintis flc. r.ilin Itni-ihi)!,' Notice pir six luirs ptr iwtio v . . . (.ilwral Difcmmts on all running ntlve lis Hinnti. fcixMiinfrntoi tn ineielinnl". All won mutt Jio r' 'nr in ndvn.mi ?? irif-y Jiiti.it Resoinpniy nil m:lti;r fur publication. Tour pafrnontfe mticiteit. tiimrnnUitT over 700 pui'l hiiIimtI'i'Tm ?n.viniit tm.r lie mute bv 1 7. Monny Ofiinr, ftcKi'ter IvUvr or Kxpruii Or )?r a'liiiinimiivn.tinni "dmuM row-It its by 'P.'t'Jiidi'cluy to irmtm pnldieMtlmi. X .HtnitS rr uiveti to ninvni"iw rom niiutioitioii". Vi rnjiou Unci finlniiiinB nwr nf in. Trmt to tlip jnililic enrnrtf.v lii'itod AK'it wanted. Wiiln for lnrmn. Cons...

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. — 20 May 1904

4. ; Scfcnlta ID ""J VOL. si: ceklg omtxmioK. SEDALIA, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, MAY 20 1904. NO. .v Journalism Mission Horo. The.ro. And Evorywhoro. ! intellectual and spirtual fields sj H-i-'CzJ 1 :lnd his labors are well received. In Qur National Life.; To hatch chickens from boiled eggs with a wooden hen sec me Phillips. Address Delivered By Reverend R. Davis Account The First Anniversary of Sedalia Conservator Here, There, And Everywhere White Woman On Race The River Side Publishing Co. said that journalism may be de fined as the art of getting up a newspaper, and by the word newspaper, a daily, or at the out--dde, a weekly publication of gen eral circulation is implied. Re views and magines, whether deal ing with the abstruse problem of political economy and social re generation, or farthing an assort ment of serial and short stories, poems, and sketches, for the passing of an idle hour, have nothing in common with journals proper. So also with the so-culled "Trades papers" and those ...

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. — 20 May 1904

SEDALIA WEEKLY CONSERVATOR, lll'KTOX IJJinM.HI, i'lilillnlirr. BKDAIitA, MISSOURI, The Ghostly Arm. fed);; by si anna w. forshay. f( a IDnMSTQN', by all that's Kfoatl' 111 "Why.Jarvls.whcro did you coma from? And you, Masters?" "Wo didn't have to come. This la home. You are the one to tell us where you mme lroni." "I can say nearly tho same thing that you have, for this city Is now my liomo; but It's true that l'o come to town very recently." "Well, have you been lo lunch? No? Come on with us, then. Wo want to l.now what you'vo been doing while out of our eight." When the three men who hud not seen one another for ten years wer pented at least, two had cot seen tho other Jarvls and Masters looked the now arrival over with much Interest. Thoy had been unusually intimate as boys and younK men, but Mlddleton had finally drifted away, nnd had been entirely lost Rlnlit of. Ills present re appearand) Indlrated a state of health, "wealth and happiness that bnd scarcely been promised by his...

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. — 20 May 1904

Ileal Sport The ticket fpnculatnr oritr-md tti prl rate ollico of the great manufacturer. "Now, fr," said the former, "let me noil you a teuton tlckit to the baseball Krniimia, J'lio great manufacturer shook lit, head ABOUNDING FAITH. .,,11 v "n, lie aiRlied, "I'm wily the hnie. loull have to sou the ofllco boy."-iClib cago Daily News. A World Wide Reputation. Wherever men ore there will Ira illness, ami wherever people aic ill loild' Kub ney 1'ilN will lie found a blessing. Solely cm their merit h&vc they ulnil their way Into almost every part of tho civil Izeil world. Their teputation a an hon est medicine that can Ultra)' bo relied ou has been built up by the i;rlcfnl prniss of thoio who li.avo 1ccii cureil. The tvra following letter indicate just how tlx reputation of this remedy known no geo graphical bound. The nick and hiITciiiij nil over Ihc world are asking for Dodd's Kidney 1'ilU. JK-ar sirs: 1 halo been eufferinp for nomo month, from n Kidney eornplaint, 'I lie doctot...

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. — 20 May 1904

41iU Wwkly Ocnwrvalar. ft ft It, Huton . . rulllnr MmiHKCr. 1'iiMiImiM nvory I'ridfty mornlni; nuil ntnrnl nt BediiJlit l'ost Office ns ee mi.1 tlin mutter. Pr Your (in nivsnoe) . . WOO fut months in mlvntu'r) ..... , .00 K'mftlo Copy O.'i OVitimrie nf more limn 10 linen, nnvlino 02'A XmultitlOBj, enrd of llimK jviil function ele. perline . . .(W HttAlnu Notices per x luu' w imue IWrnt Din'omits on all running niv," tiiruirnt. KrUl rates to mrrctmnt". II 'iiits must I") pnii! 'or in ndvnntiM Jtmy luudt nrpdinpntiy sll mutter fur puMicntion. Tnitr p.Kro'iiei r olicited. 'ti'mrnntPPil over 700 pmM nli"crttpr T'ytnrntH mn.v tip nmilr tiv I O. Mom-v 'Mr, KpftUtHr totter nr Kxprum Or tW f 'iiiitiiipatioii lmtit'l rmipli iw hv ""ediiMilar to In'itrn pulilicntiiin. Nn nttMte'ti Riven to itnoiivinoiii coin priiitcntion, 'rrnpon lencii potitninine itiw of m. Trnt (o the piiblio -arwdv m Hciti'il Arvntu wntitcd. Viiii fur tiinnx. Ililnk for 'Ilir-Plf nni um.il llioiiitlitj I Viittiv It to ! '...

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. — 27 May 1904

I , , ' l . 1!. VOL SEDALIA, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, MAY 2" 1904. NO. 4. WORLD'S FA!H FO Jamestown Exposition to Have Exclusively Negro Features at Hamp.on Roades., White Woman on Negro. A white woman writing the Chi- iforo, There, And Everywhere Rev. R. Davis wcrit (o St. Lou- c.lgo Daily News, front dak Park Saturday to asVist Rev. Gilliun t. ... ! il 1 1.. O. a sumuij of Chicago, says: i1" il rcn r.m.v omm.iy. is miot auoui lime mat we en- Richmond, Va. -The 'anies lowri Exposition, which will lie at lliiinpton Roads, in 1907, com i"iieinoratiiig th'c firnt pcrmnncnt K itflish' settlement in America,' will b'e the fliftt exposition in which' the negro will Imve ti prom fnent part. A stock company, knoWn as' the Negro Develop ment ami Exp6aition Company of America, whose cnlii'e mem bership' is n'egioes, has' been or gatift'ed under the laws of Virgin ia. Thin companv hat under taken to have A negro exhibition at the Jaineat'own Exposition Mich as the world has never seen It has ripened...

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. — 27 May 1904

ft Fashions for Mademoiselle OW that April Is onco more with, us, anil tho weather prophets seem to have made up their minds to bo n little lets dismal than usual in their utterances, mudenioi sello may surolv turn her at. tcntlon towards the subject of summer millinery. It Is to thoeo meadow-flowers, tho 'daisies pled and violets blue." and other llttlo blossoms of a siml.arir I'm Just ft poor old veteran, I'm bent and silvered I But onco again they think of mo. on Decoration day. I They call mo "patriotic" then, and let mo march u i: .11 II A1' " i , .T.,a"0?.Y,ho nle Icff' aml ca" us "countrymen." once more I feol tho olrl t m thriii tun: ..i- i Th- vlCrr.m5t.ear 1,0tc!,8 !!"' 8"rrlnS Bn'l of life and drum; S J,a,rMoU ,r01" ,uo n" nt . I'm ready for the fray! Hut soft, tho country rests In peace, 'tis Decoration Day. Wo march, a remnant of tho ranks that marched so long ago. W Ur h.0tt.rU "V. ,rnc' bl,t harts vlth ch of mow. We march, but now no duty rolls lls on with hurrylnK fe...

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