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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 20 June 1903

5!. vtZ ttV Mm-. , v 1 ,r mm. lutes' tar- .t,""jx.j t"V- Ul .V..' OK 5, ' -, Sctm I in tUcckl 11 otmmkM VOL. 1. SEDALIA, MISSOURI, SATURDAY, Juue 20, 1903. DRIFTING VS: ROWING, AS APPLIED TO CIVILIZATION, ART, COURAGE 'Success, Eloquonco, Great Men, Progress. RECIPROCITY THE BASIC ELEMENT IN LIFE, ' Y" ' . i ' " THESES BY LINCOLN SCHOOL GRADUATES. Drifting vs- Rowing. Sometime agd, standing on tlio bank ol a hwotlcn stream, I beheld much lim ber aud rubbish drifting and meander ing with the rapid current. I snW how die cddlea tossed and whirl ed Iho debris, how at time it wa lodg. cd ngalut n hank, cr caught by some j.rotrudliiR obatncle. ouly again to make its ejcitpo and to bo borne down Bwiltly by li e ever sweeping, resiles current. I obforvod that all the drtftlug was In onodiroetion.and that downward toward tbo mouth of the stream. I noticed Unit tho downward drltt was without effort, and that the debris was powerless to pursuo any othor course; having no objoctive point In vi...

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 June 1903

nmrnrMTTHffi nr-ir i fajhfr...&-.i:gM 1 " IV' Sedalia h, 1 Weekly Conservator. WL 1 ... - - ami . v i . rt T C . i 1. iff, uruoiiahed JSvrry aaturaay. vice, jtoom o ir n.aunw vug MANAGER Application for second class mall rates filed, June 0, '03 TV. H. HUSTON EDITOR. C. M. ENGLISH 1 J! 5 Mi' fcir if' 77 This Space Will tfotify Vou TFim- Toitr Subscription Js Due , One w sixmonius SUBSCHIPTION, A. r L. 1" r., til Ml f 5 H ( . i Contributions must be accom panied by name as an assurance vf good faith. All articles for publication must be in by Wednesday. One Month Think for Thy-lctf ono good thought! Ani know !t to I"1 Thine mm. 'TU hotter than n thousand gleaned Kroin Held by other sown. anon. Editorials Grovcr Clcvolnnd, after nil that lias been said about hint seems to havea true conception of the "rights of men We kindly request our read ers to look closely at the 'cuts' presented this week. They are the work of J.J. Rollins, our re portor. It speaks well for this ambitious yo...

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 June 1903

, oirMW' M'nwic Campbell. -jjS Vcgetables.i!alt Moat and Fresh IfreaaVV' Si ' villc!s TMfffe'WIk ' 1 Cour,WM8Servlcc' Your MC-tfnVs Worth wllh every purciuJJ. JH 8Pa;' " flatus Arnold last week. 'tamlKmSSk. ' , flH 20. fl '!V. 'II t ' I " A., "to.- 4 in-"' ,4 Miss Nellie Wilkerson, teacher at New Franklin, is stopping with Mrs JUlcn Wesley on cast Cooper street Ifyou wish to beautify, stralgh ton, and promoto the growth ol the. hair try Mrs. Jackson's MAGIC HAIR ELIXIR, It will do It. Address, Mrs J, W. Jackson, Ml.S'NIOI.A COTTAOIt Scdalia, Mo. WHEELER and CHAMBERS shaves, hair-cuts and general Tonsorial work done Call and see us, 113,East Main street Paper Hanging. I'liASTEHINQ, PATCHING and CALCEMININO. All work guaranteed. Call and see inc. Win. Grey, loGE. Pettis Mrs. Davis koops on hand a full line of hair goods, such as braids, bangs pompadours. AIbc, faoobloach and hairpomado Wo solicit your patronage WHITE For Prices. D. Y, STEEL. Popular Tonsorial Artist Courteous Treatmen...

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 June 1903

T7 V 'j The late Bishop.Joseph A, Deebe,D. D, It is indeed very painful for us to chronicle the demise of the late Bishop Joseph A. Bccbo, D. D. so nior Bishop of the Colored Metho dist Episcopal Church, which oceur- cdat his home in Washington, N, C, Saturday, June 6th at 5 r. M. He was conscious that liia work was done, and was anxious to see his cojleagucsbcforchis final departure, On Sunday, May 31st, he tele graphed to Bishop K, S. Williams, D. D. and sent n telephone mess age to Bishop Isaac Iane, D. D., and Bishop C, H. Phillips, D. D., on Tuesday night, June and, to conic to his bedside. He wanted doubtless to converse with them a. bout the church and leave forever ia that v&t audience wis bathed in tears. Wc had never before seen the like. So convincing was his speech that when he concluded there was not a dissenting voice against coii' tiuuing him another Quadrcunium. Bishop Bcebc was a man of means and It was reported years ago that he was worth $50,000 But he is notu...

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 June 1903

u'i f IP- 3 ft. I .fab ft"' dtolta tUcchl n o 1 1 Gcumto v .- ... VOL. i. SEDALIA, MISSOURI, SATURDAY, June 27, 1903. NO, I. 1 mil OUR DUTY TO THE Missionary Society. PROF, H. L BILLUPS, FILLING THE ENGAGEMENT OF Tho Ro'v. Dr. G. G. Logan, Field Scc'y Of The Missionary Soclo'ty of M. E. Church: at the E. L. & S. S. Con., St. Josoph Dist, which convened in Independence, Mo spoko in part as follows: No whore In the world-no better place Logan us Field Secretary of our Mission tlinn Americn. no bettor Rlnte than Mo.. I tiry Society. no better city tilts, could be found m which I O-ir great church lias helped u unu is helping ua in many, many wajs. juis Bnind old church has never forgotten us, will never lorget us. When our day was dark wo trusted her, Sho came to our rcscuo, to our immediate relief. And now, since year by year tho clouds urn disappearing, our sky crows brigh ter and brighter. Let us take fresh cour age. God helping us, let us rally. Let us show fully our high nppro...

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 June 1903

llf ' ' Sedalia Weekly Conservator. J1V JSIsDAIsIA XISISICUV 0NSEKVATOR. train farw.MWT.i'..ww.h ay - - - i - - r - Sb, Published Hvrry Saturday. Office, Room 13 G- It. Smith College wm maKe tlieir n'He at present. SJt; , Application for second class mail rates filed, June 0, '03 Tile groom is one of Scdalia'S W. H. HUSTON OC. M. ENGLISH This Space Will Notify Toil When Tour Subscription Is Due . One Year bit months SUBSCHIBTION, Contributions must be accom panied by name as an assurance of good faith. Mlarticlcs for publication must be in by Wednesday. One Month Think for Thy-srolf out) gooil thought; Ami know It In tin Tlllnn mvn. Tin belter than n, thounnd gleaned From XfetJrt by other sown. n 110:1. Editorials pv 1 i I? I?' IllnSt lllrrlllv rprinrlnil i-iliwns nrl x-iui. x vn.! a man ot business tact and null tv. MANAGER He lias a position as stenographer clerk for a large wholesale and retail firm one of the largest in Wagon. r nr- 1 .!. 1... Si. an. "-"""vu v-uiiijiiunJU me uu...

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. — 27 June 1903

4 vwpgs Sedalia Weekly Consevator. it yoj wlohio betlUUry.atrnlrrh ton, and promote the growth or tho hair try Mrs, Jackson's MAGIC HAIR ELIXIR, Itwlll do It. Addross, Mrs J W. Jackson, MlSN'tOI,A COTTAOI? Sedalia, Mo. WHEELER and CHAMBERS shaves, hair-cuts and general Tonsorial work done. Call and see us, 113,East Main street Paper Hanging. PLASTEniNO, PATCHING, nnd CALCEMININO. All work guaranteed. Call and see me Wm. Grey, to6K. Pettis. Mm, Davis koops on hand a full lino of hair goodH, ouch an braids, baiifta pompadours. Also, fucobloach and halrpornndo. Wo solicit your patronage WKITE For Pricos. D. Y, STEEL, Popular Tonsorial Artist Courteous Treatment I Your Trade Solicited. 1 20 K.Mai n. lav. iiimnin ;um latide. U Yale law school this afternoon, and GcO. Williamson Crawford, a Negro of liirminghain Ala., won highest fo rensic honors In the law ,chool, tak ing the Townscnd prize. He spokt this afternoon delivering in compc tition with tlirce others an oration on "Trades Union...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Conservator
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 27 June 1903

I " ' . 'f-4 , " it F Why tho Colored Mon Didn't March St. Louis, Mo., May 9, iooi. O w fog to the wide spread mlsundcr standing as to why the Negro pcopl of St. Lonis did not form the i.ttli liivision in thu column of the recent dedicatory procession, to which some publicity was given by an tide in your paper several days ago under the caption of "Why the col people did not parade," it is my duty ooth to the management of die ex position and to the class of peopl referred to, to set forth in this way the reason that division was not formed. Wo have in this communi ty six or seven companies ofaplen didly uniformed and well elmipped Negro Knightsf Pythias, numbering some 500 men, commanded by their brigadier general, R. C. Carter, xvliom I had the honor to precede in that capacity. These men are drilled beyond the average of such orgaui nations and make u magnificen marching parade. They were tin nucleus upon which was to havi been formed the 14th division o sonic 1,000 marching men....

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Conservator
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 11 July 1903

is "it , "it ")',u( ft" i'Y.V -i r 1' , i1, (J 'i! . ' THE NEGRO 'EBUSINESS AND THE TENDENCY TO DIMINISH CRIME. As we note the accounts of the commission of crime tis given by the daily papers, we arc impressed with the large percent of crime commit' ted by theNegto; especially in view of the fact that he does not have the same chance beforu the laws of the land that other racc3 have when brought to justice, which lact, it seems, would have a tendency to curb his criminal propensities. We do not assert that the colored man commits auy nibre offenses against the civil law in proportion to population of colored people in America than any other race, but we are not content to keep pac with other races in loyalty to law and order. We must surpass them and we must surpass them more in the future than in the past. In order that we may be consid ered to stand on an equality with the dominant race of the land in any laudable Sphere, we must stand above it in the point Of' proficiency. This ...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Conservator
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 11 July 1903

" .J - w- y 1 Sedalia Weekly Conservator. ' 'fiV' published Event Saturday. Office, Boom 13 O. It. Smith College. M pg Application.for second class mail rates filed, June tG, 'OS W.. H. HUSTON C M. ENGLISH ft mw BP1 I; 4 tf." I; I, ft" 4" if- J- EDITOR. MANAGER JTtfs ijco JFiM Notify Tom. When Tour Subscription Is Due Contributions lA'ust be accom panied by name as an assurance vf good faith. All articles for publication must be in by Wednesday. SUBSCRIPTION, One Year $1.35. Six Months 75 One jMontli IS Think lor J'h'-5oU one pood thought Ami know it I t,s Ti-.lna ctro. TI hotter than a tlioustaaa gleaned From Holds by others sown. anon. Editorials No wise man ccntcrcth all his hope3 upon political prefer ment. For,, what is more will-of-the-wisp-like than political lionors. .. , . 1 i Only the earnestly brave will succeed in this country now. The tweutieth century demands individuals of energy, push and integrity to perform her feats of valor, engineering and personal development. ...

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 July 1903

- -it -ft . v-,f f ' IV-it , r. i 4 the close of liis.fi rst.quqtferly rounds since; hit appointments to the Pist We have many' riaSona to be thankful for the work thathas been dono since conference. We had plan cd for a successful time on Sunday the a&th,, and I am glad that our labor were not In vain. The Lord gave us.a day without a cloudj and the attendance was incOtiraging from beginning to the close of the servfec. Wo had the pleasure of listening to three excel lent sermons, Two by Bro. Smith, and one by llro. Ball. Our collection was very tGc.9lirt;ing every thing considered. We raised during the day and Monday evening $44.8a. We had raised during the quarter without having had any rally, and in fact without any special effort at raising money- $350.00,. 1 hope that when we make our report at the close of the next quar ter, that we may be able to say to the many readers of the conskrva tor that we arc raising money for our new church. I wish to say that thus far my membe...

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 July 1903

US': if" -1 ft EX ft ?.. w: m-. 'fih it,- ft iPERSOfvlAL MENTION' Amos Adams loft 3ntulay (or Kan., City, Mo. Mrs. Mattlo Miller and little son ?! Windsor spent, Sunday n our city While here she hands in a six Mon. subscription. Thanks, many thanks. C, M, and G. II. Warrick accom 'sanied'by Howard Kmbrec (spent afaeuth and Sunday with Mrs. Em " TaHtbn ut 1$. Johnson.St, JCalvhi hands in several prospective . subscribers for the conskkvaVor. Mrs. Eniilinu Gates of Lexington 5s visiting her daughter, Mrs. D. L. Stewart on W. Cooper. Since her stay, Mrs. Stewart ismuch' improv cd in health and hopes to return ftome with her mother in tlic near ftiturc. Miss Martha Powlcr ot Malta iiend, Mo. spent the 4th with the Misses Paxton on V. Pettis St. She She also hands us a cashsix Mon subscription. Thanks. Come again S.T. Marshall of Kansas City, Mow.isvisi tine Mrs, Jert'ry Brown suN". Washington St. Wlicii'yrtt.wnut good go tl ftlshc-p itr. rallron oi Windsor passed thru itidcUySaturdayon ...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Conservator
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 18 July 1903

Sfcttolia tUcchl n CoiiGmmtov YVj' VOL. i. SEDALIA, MISSOURI, SATURDAY, JULY iS, 1903. NO. n A The Negro Problem And The New f Negro Crime. fDy the Editor of Harptr'n Weekly, A well-known and well-infortmd member of the Federal House of Representatives from Alabama, Mr. Hankhcad, recently asserted that since tlie State Constitution by which Negros are disfranchised be came operativein Mississippi, there lias not occurred in that State a sin gle instance of the so.callad "new" Negro crime, by which is meant the crime against white women. Tim Representative went on to say that, if this crime should become un known in thisscetiou of the country, there would beno "Negro problem," so far as the South is concerned. The alleged fact in Mississippi was cited by way of proof that the crime to which we have referied should be attributed to the notions ol political and social equality with which the generation of blacks then growing up became imbued during the re construction period. Theinfetc...

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 July 1903

Es?aa Sedalia Weekly Conservator. SEDAklA WEEKLY Publielied JEorry Saturday. Office, Room 13 0. R. Smith College Jintered June G, '03 at Sedalia, Mo., as second class matter un der Act of Congress of March 3, '70. W. H. HUSTON C. M. ENGLISH EDITOR. MANAGER Tliie Space Will Notify You. When Your Subscription Is Due Contributions must be accom panied by name as an assurance of good fatth. All articles for publioation must be in by Wednesday. SUBSCRIPTION, One Year Six Months One Month $1.33 75 IS Think for Tuy-Self one good thought And know It to fce 'ihino own. Tl better thin a thousand gleanod From field by other eown. nnoh. Editorials Hope is the guiding star in every man's life. Therefore, let us hope for better things and go after them with the detent inatiou to get what wo are after. We wish to announce that the P. O. Department has grant ed us mailing privileges and that we shall soon be in our new- location at E. Main St. And we wish also to announce that we are coining. Cease...

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 July 1903

Sedalia Weekly Consevator. J Our Correspondence I HoonvUlo The Fnvit Hlk-IIorna played tbo Hoonville 8tara at Hoonvillo Sunday, Nithaniel I)igg hat bec,oioen manot fiwl (loula) Icliicltaoi) Blnce marriaRo. Or K. I.eon Hill and estimable w fc en lerlaitied the 'Editor' Huton at lunclj Sunday. Ja. W, A. Brewu la pnshlnjj the Con uervator to tin front iu Huouville, Lota hII join band and help tliiUKi more. "We are to Imv a Btron Fair besln n ncAtiff. 3rd. nd iiteudlngto auk. 8. Lirco ctowda wid a splendid tituo in C pectfd. St. Mmthewa Cnepel A. M. E. church under the vti ad nioiont leadernhip of Her. Sane, Iim a moat excellent choir! with Mls S. A. Uraiton, a toacher in the city school, ai orcaoiit. Presiding KldarAllM'sditconrseat St. Maithew'M Chvl, Imtl Sunday morn in;, witt with ainwnty, common aenne, and intilligence. He, a the worthy sue censor, ol the UU K.T. Whito, Is aucceed inf; admirably. Ummti young minister of unusual power of character nndjntel. licence, no bettf hoito c...

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 July 1903

Professor W. G. Anderson, of 14N1 rAP MOinooisi bpop I I JiiUii Jf ilWIN' X UJKLWJiJK. X . I I i -: practically weighing the result of a Furnishes All Grocers 9 , a. ra Wit thoueht's action. A student was ,,.., 104s"" 1' I- ft. ft Bast Tho Influonce of Mind over Muscle. Professor W. G. Anderson, of Yale University, lately succeeded in practically weighing the result of a thought's action. A student was placed on a "muscle bed," poised on a balance so that the centre of Rravi ty of his body was exactly over its centre. When ne was set to solv inn mathematical problems, the the increased weight of blood at his head changed his centre of gravity and caused an immediate dip of the balance to that side. Repeating the multiplication table of nines caused greater displacement than repeating the table of fives, and, in general, that displacement grewgreater with greater intensity of thought. Carrying ths experiment farther, the ox periruenter hid the student imagino him" eH KoiiJB through l...

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 July 1903

Jt t zmm m. mm m mm mm m mw m mmwr m VOL. i. ft Jt SEDALIA, MISSOURI, SATURDAY, JULY 35, 1903. NO. 12 I WHY DISFRANCHISE THE NEGRO? I By J.'W. Cooper, 23. S. D.J The Nccrnraco in America, bv a fair historical estimate of its achieve ments.standamong tin great pillars in the temple of national liberty and sovereignty. This is no groundless eulogy, but a fact that may be as certained upon inquiry. People personally by class or by race, are worth actually what they make, and we calculate their importance in the country ol their nativity or adopt ion by the relative value of their productions. There is really no other valid testimony on this point: And in the light of it the Negro pop ulation shows to very fmeadvantagc It has labered long and diligently, through, perhaps unconsciously, to give this nation weight in the com merce of the earth and probably no other people has contributed more liberally toward this cud. Indeed the whole result of its labor have been in the forms of contrib...

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 July 1903

mm"1' . Ml- ha.- jar - Sedalia Weekly Conservator. - : Rely Upon Self. is.: I. I Dignity of Honest Labor. la, f r published Every Saturday. Office,. 104 E. Main St., Up Stairs. Entered June 16, 'OS at Sedalia, Mo., at second class matter un der Act of Congress of March 3, '7.9. W. H. HUSTON C. M. ENGLISH This Space Will Notify You When Your Subscription 1 Due Contributions must be accom panied by name as an assurance of good faith. All articles for publication must be in by Wednestlay. One Year Six Months One Month SUBBCniETION, Think for Thy. Self ono cooj thonghi; Ami know It to be Tblna i)n, Tf better than a thousand gloarwd From tleldrt by others Mwn, onoru Editorials m i 1 ' Bilteflri-fc If EDITOR. MANAGER $33 75 5 Why rely upon self? Because, most often those from whom we anticipate aid are not willing to grant same. Then too, the after-knowledge of our over-corn eing difficulties, by our own personal labors, is ever sweet reminiscence. Ask no more than you expect to repay. Re...

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 July 1903

71 "'.'yVM'' Li few It w I'iA 7TO Sedalia Weekly Consevator. I Our Correspondence Kansas City Kansas. Mre. EOle Price 1ms moved lo no. 1713 Michlgnn Avenue, Kansas City, Mo. .1 Hill from West Virginia, U in the city visiting I)r, H. II, Thompson. Miss Helen Arrnstro'n'g, of St. Louis is visiting hor sister, Mrs, Dr. Thomp ion, Mrs. M. lledd.wife of cur Police Ofli cer, i in Towt, Kan.as ,on the :sd mission of attending llio funernl of ber recently deceased brother, Mr Norman LsCouut has returned to his job, at Armour's. This young man is only si. teen years old and supports Ills mother, All boy, should do Ibis, when thu "Father's chair" Is vacnut. Dr S. H, Thompson went lo Ossawat tomic, Kansas to attend Prof. Smith who has been in tbs Insane Institute for the aboat six months. He roports IiIh pati ent no better. We regret very much that Mr Thomas Johnson, who, for so many years, has worked to a responsible position of trust tor a Mr. Dysell on Union Avenuu has seen fit to resign hi...

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 July 1903

WHAT? COME to the BIG 4. A GREATER CELEBRATION THAN EVER Tho poopto will entertain you with good MUSIC AND OTHER WHOLE SOME AMUSEMENTS AT- SEDALIA, MO. Paper Hanging. PLASTERING, PATOHING, and CALUEM1NINO. All work guaranteed. Call and sec me Wni. Grey, loGK. Pettis. If you wish to beautify, straigh- ton. and promote tho growin of tho hair try Mrs. Jaokson's MAGIC HAIR ELIXIR, It wJlldo it, Address, Itfrs J, W. Jackson, MlNNIOLA COTTAGll Sedalia, Mo. WHEELER and CHAMBERS shaves, hair-cuts and general Tonsorial work done. Call and see us, 1 1 3,East Main street Mrs, Davis keeps on band a lull lino of hair goods, eucb as braids, bangs pompadours. Alsr, facoblooob and hairpomado. Wo solioit your patronage WHITE For Prices D. Y, STEEL Popular Tonsorial Artist Courteous Treatment Your Trade Solicited. 120 E.Maui. Quick Service And SQUARE DEALING" Get Billup's Carraige John Hurdle is tolitk and will treat you kigut. Ring him up. 'Phone 146 or 1O4 Funeral and all CbIIs promptly Looked afte...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Conservator
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