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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 1 July 1904

Happenings in Missouri. PLAY WITH THE CHILDREN. Middle-Aged Man Telli of One Good Way to Keep All in Happy Vetrrnna itt Mrtlenti Wnr, Tho nnnunl reunion of tho Moxlcan war vetcranii of Clay county was liold nt tho home of Col. K. V. Adktnn, 314 miles north of Liberty. Of tho 120 men of Cant. Oliver 1'orry Moas' com pany, from Clay county, only live wcro present. They wcro: It, T. Stevenson, of Liberty, aged 79: Cnpt. William 11. I'cncc, of Kearney, aned SO; John a. Story, of Liberty, aged 78; Joseph A. Smith, of Lawnon bbciI SI, and MaJ. A. K. McCllntixik, of KatmaH City, aged It was Just r8 years hIiico thy left for Loavenworth for Mexico, with Col. A. W. Doniphan's) command. Threo other Mexican veterans were also pres ent: M. 1). (low, 'of Holt, aged 72; Judge W. J. Krancltt, of Liberty, aged 79, and George A. Mnrshall, of Missouri City, aged 75. The wjves of most of the veterans wcro also present. An elaborate country dinner was tho main ovent of tho day. .Ntrpiiiolln-r llrltl fu...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Conservator
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 1 July 1904

'am y m I' l It:. m fit: 1 1-- eft.- tow: ' B)hHa Weekly .GoUBorvattr. tV It. ,Huton ... . Kdltor ('. M, KiikIihIi ....,.)... Milliliter. J'uliliiined ercry Friday mtirnimr anil tillered nl Srdalift Pot Ofllru rk cc. mid rJH mntler. t'-r mr (in Hanco) J1.00 'frt i month (in advance) 00 Km! Copy OS 'i.irnutnl over 700 paid Kiibnetiburn ' 1i 3 rvmfnt timy tin mnun uy r u. Jlonpy l..r, Kt'Ki5lor lotlur or Express Or itr '"niiniiriealloni 'liotilil tfinth m by MVdiipdn)r to injure piihhdttlnn. " nttrntlnn Riven to nnunytnim com tlltllllOfttlOll. 'iirmrponlpiire containing nw of ln liTP-t to tlip public earnp.Mly noliititpd ltiiIii wnnlec. Write for ternix, Think for Tliv.'Jtlf one snn tliini(tlit; Ami know It to hp Thine own. T liettrr than n thonnnnd Kltnncd From fleldn by other oovrn. anon. i The CON'SKKVATOK will t' all local political contents sup port forPunuc Positions, only good and reliable men. irrespective of their politic al or business affiliations. Wc take this position, be...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Conservator
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 8 July 1904

I a , Ml V 1 i. to ana VOL. n. SEDALTA, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, JULY S too.t. NO. jo. Epwortll LeaKUe-Suiulay mong the contributors wore Miss 5c!iool Convention. St. Josoph District Holds Sos. sions at Mexico, Mo, On Tuesday afternoon, tlie day appointed for t'L'Coption of deleg ate, Oiu trains brought in about 30 delegatus anil ministers. The pastor with a prompt and atten tive commitluc spared no pains to make it pleasant for all. Each delegate present realized theirs cordial greeting. On Wednseday morn, the time appointed for con vention proper, at the" hour ilc si glinted our worthy presiding elder Dr. J. Will Jackson, called the convention to order, and af te r devotinals the president Prof. E. D Tliontpson took the chair. The secretary proper being absent Miss Mollie 1). Hicks of Sturgeon, Mo., was chosen tem porary secretary after a lew well chosen words from the president the various committees wore ap pointed, and thciretnainder of the morning session devoted to bnsi-nr-s. The af...

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 July 1904

SEDALIA WEEKLY CONSERVATOR, HtSTO.V .V KMHMSII, l'ntillsliers, SEDALIA. MISSOURI. "SCHOOL IS OUT." "Pehool In out; now so nn'l play." There L nn uudnlnli-'l ura On th bUck-board. Who could stay One the hnpp)' news had come? In tho cophook a Mot Show where n half written word l:ndnl, when Iho viiller caught All tho Joy In what he heaid. 'School hi out!" No one has sung Sneetir. r;Iaddr chant than tM J'-m tho boy whose hook nre Hung In u hrup, If st he shall Jlulf a moment of the play. Anil he runa-ho run to meet Bummer dancing down th way: Summer on her living feet. "School In ouf-wlth thin therp dies AH remembrance of the talk That ws hard; Instead arise WoorllanO In uboo shadow a baalc Iniy boys and "birds and ! InMhe summer noon's d.'llKMi And there come Iho rcslssles Of the. ong of summer night. "fitliool Is out" when ee hnve turned Page by pairc tho book we live. With our lessons still unlearned, Whit! "Ill deitier pleasure give Than to sie the open door Am! to hiar the twicher ...

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 July 1904

f The Best Missouri News 'I'm I ii Men lee Jul)' in. Tho last rait on tlio Hock Island's new at. Lonls-KanRnn City lino hau licen laid, and now only n few finishing touches remain to be made boforo world's fair trains lire running over It nil tlio wny from Kansas City. Ono mile west of I.redH tlio now lino con nocla with tlio old Knnsna City, Osceola & Southern tracks, now owned by tlio Tlneo, and ntica them In a connection with tho Knnsna City Holt, which bring, tlio now trnltm Into tho union depot nt Knnsni City. At itaytown, cIrIiI miles from Hhcllleld, n sllRht Rrado bepliiH, and contlmioH to tho top of tho trostlo,. which spans tho t'rlsco, tho Missouri l'nclno and tlio Kansas City Southern" tracks In n hnrseahoo curve, and frrndu ally goei down tlio (trade again, so (ho new lino merges with tho Frisco. It Uio wonther perutltH tho nmplotlon of the detail work, train uervlco will bo Inaugurated July l.r. SliHnV"Muit ' Srr (Meiitrnrc. tlownrd Sharp, of Monroo county, must ner...

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 July 1904

Sliltn. Wookly OoiH'orv.tor. V! n Million C M, English . , , Miter' Mutingci riiMihtitl evor.T Friditv tnttrmn.f .iiikI rutrti1 Hi Seilnilit JVil OflUu n tcc nii'l dnc nmlli't't Pr Ygur (in ndvHiico) $1 Sn tntmtlit 'fu HdvauviO "'' Bltiirlw Copy. , . . flunnnti'Oil nvr700 ptiil mib.ctileri Td.vniiintK innybiitiiiiitflby P 0. .Minn'y Orili-r, KfgiMer Inllur or Kxiir Or tier ((itiimiiririilimiK xlionlil rfli U by "MVdm'MlHy in itisiiru (iiililii'dti'iii. Xo iiii.'iiiioii kIvbii to MMiiiumutM corn I ,t present lie 1ms nineteen hors imii.ir.nimm. ,.! unde rhis training from diflir- city! is an indication of thrift on the pirl of their owners. Wc wore also pleased to .note some .pi'ospcrious cittnrprises com! lif ted by negvoef. lias- Bros., are conducting an excellent Cafe and K'ooming house on one of the ttcesof tlievity; there arc Tuti- sorittl parlor! owned anil operat ed bv negroes, Hoot It A l)ottglas, W. Hall & Hodinc are doing a prosperous business. The most nod d negro busin...

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 July 1904

v.i -.vci v . mmm wcmij sunset wiiOi VUI.. ii. SI? DA LI A, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, JULY t; too.?. . JO. i U,jtiJttyTCAiJiriMiJWiOi "-"" ri"i I iiiiiijiiiil.iiiijh i ii I.IWiiM Miwiiihii ht ijimi hi miwihwiwwiiiwiiiMii ii wmiiiri'lililwiiwiw wmiiiiiiiiimhiiliiw miimjjb.i xjmi i ii i ,-..--.,,.MMM,ww,..r I f -it ! V5J is: DOINGS Ol' THl: RACU Hurt, Titers, And Everywhere Mualeal Recital. Thursday night i last week Political Thought We must atail tunes romesn Epworth Learuo Organised,- jyisH otXapion, with lur fricn ds 'I'Iil youthful iiiumbersossirtt-JM''.ss, Julia Stewart. benatid It in iuiportruin that the'1"'1 by some of the older ones, have) ; prubu-.n of the .egro in this' iv-organiaedthe lfipwortb League, ' Colore eotinirvisaeoinmnnilv problem, i ,n Tu,,W1, dKM'' 'P,ll cabinet! Mr. A When we prosper in our com- !.. i.;...o .i i .i,.. m.,.. J ii unit v, whether finun.iallv or sii eet chui eh was a sneers. ' ""J ot,,cr ""'' V" ' Tl.o the evening had been u.a.le : growth ; svhen we e.tj...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Conservator
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 15 July 1904

'1 7W sr. t. -i m r sedM weekly conservator. IltJSTOX A U.NtJI.IStl, I'uMUher. BEDAtilA, MISSOURI. Phineas Harlowc's . Burglar BylVSnB DONNELL M MH. I'HINKAS HARLOWK folded his blanket-wrap about Ills lung, lank ICRs, and went sedately upstairs to bed. Ills way whs lighted by two candles, tot In old-fatdiloned candlesticks. Ho took two. so that one might always bo at hnnd to show whether the other wcro still giv Ing light or not. Five minutes later, I'hlncas was In bed and tound asleep, (he Hutu occupant of tho big hotiso In Rotowaler street. Hu was not iho sort to Ho awake listening for footsteps creeping softly upstairs, for tho soft croaking of doors, burglar iously ttirned. or for the squeak of a win dow sash bclgg gently raised, lie -was a mattcr-of-lact person, who took things as they came. So when at ono o'clock tin this night he suddenly awoke with" a consciousness that thcro was a burglar In his room, ho took him as he came, though for tho life of him he couldn't tell how h...

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 July 1904

MAimiAOR Is not ft lottery. So fur from It that a, mnn with a statistical bent anil thn ever ready tonrcos of compiled In formation may tnlio up tlio mibjcct of marrlaRo on n pleco of paper and with a pencil outllno Its conditions, probabilities and possibilities to a tur prising llnlsli. Thoro nro flsiires In Bcncrnl bcarlns upon sovaral nations of IJurope, but those of the United States will bo Kivin the flrst place. Here, perhaps, one of tlu most Birthing first state, menu that can bo made Is that, in tailing up a section of the country .having Just 1.000 people in It of all ages and nil htiaileH und italloimlllitM as they run, C70 of tlio Individuals will -bo unmarried, JIG.", will bo living In a woiiHN i.i:.n tiik mi:n IJInicram rihuws Aru ot !.l h l.mn) y u nnd J.Q00 Womn M.ittj ) state of wedlock, while tfi, for one rea fcon or another, will have been wid owed. In thn group of the widowed, too, thoro will bo twice as many wom en as men, duo to the fact that the women marry mu...

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 July 1904

p'H'J'ty;tl..iMj v.. a i Sathlia Weekly OonSorvator W II. Huston i . liilhnr. MiiiiuKur Iluir Dresser, jjfi Democrats, b iLuintinif th -I sjrwd uj11. an. I the O.ilv thill"- 11. If of "r.ic! prejudice," eannot I not In lie ..dtuii c was thenmoiint hope to iittri.cl Kefjro voters to of coit. Wc went Into, Kontiv.tl Uuitport their latioual nominees to the orirau recital" to the hli., ovury FndKV mwM. and 7 V' l'? M ihnti ,!?e "f """f 1"-"'U' ,.t..ml at SiMrtliH IW Officii - ;o- . ' V 'l. ,w ,e " ,t0 ,Iai:t'"' Wu time and money, ' pompadours, the be.t brand oml i-Ihw nintlcr. ,thHl I"?1'1 r em.H of men who ,,nd it u;ls the rt.hn.i. If o.,t jof h..lt-oil, face bleach, liilonhij- ' rpiiiii'mz ii tn.'iiilin nl li.'.Viii j.. .if I, ii... i. ... : I til WO III. ! to LrO ll.lllLrillP' :irilllllil. i-l-fiM.r f,... i M.'lllbnnd 1.4 !llt'tili..tr:if't ritiulitt. II.... ... ft.. . ..... . 1 - ........, 11 mull IUI IIVVHIV'IIVU CUIUS tVIIJII void of ail color or racial distinc- it known that at s...

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 July 1904

4 R , 4 Deck In Conscnwtot:. VOL. n. SEDALIA, MISSOURI FRIDAY, Jl'LY 22 too.. NO. la. rwMJtttmwumi George R. Smith College. i Departments-- College, Academic, Normal, Commercial. AH. Music, Clocutiorv H Industrial. CATALOGS FR.EE. Fall term opens Sept. 20. '. L. Lowe, I). D. Ph. U., Pres. Scdalin, Mo. A High-Gradc Christian School. Thorough Instruction, Expenses Low. 'H'V-Ti"' !"" ' i""- V-Wii"- --rii"1! -1 i-- rviu .r. milt. in GER.MAKETO THE PRESENT ISSUES. Enci' iij ft S,)Je:K of SiCjnj jjj.nn W I'ls'rjjr'.h Cxo'lna. n the' Honss of Representative t Washington, D. C. 1 ' Ind'xiduallv, amlMi far. is my nice it concerned, I euro but littV iilmiit the reduction of Southern representation, except in o far as ii lii i ninns tu v 'Inly to aid in the proper execution of sill thelaxxsof tin land -n viate?pr wphivin w'tkh J may be placed. Such re duction in ivnrCMnl.it1.ii, it is li"-'-, would 111 ike more sectii" the inn ailment of the great Republican party in jmwji f ir many yf.'trs to...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Conservator
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 22 July 1904

SEDALIA WEEKLY CONSERVATOR. lll'STOV JL UrtliMSir, rotilUltera. SHI) A MA MlSSOlim. AND THE FAIR By WILLIAM HAMILTON OSBORNE 01.1) SOLOMON SUANIIV. of New Yoih. Chlear.oar.il the United States In general. Ill lil idpp. "it's all right." ho ealtl. aorncwhat radly. to the grouy of cioo!: about lilm, "a superannuated has beta. Ilko mo, harp, may lio out of business, but hc'ii a darn good man to, como te for advice-. It's the man that' had the; experience r.crt fcaows the de tails that you want to ctmo to In jour Bruit nee-d. I know joi: rhniis." liowrnt em. toverln with litis hand n patch In lita trouftm. "If I wanted to borrow a few hundred ort'n you, you'd slvo rnc tha Icy glare. lint whin you come lorce eignlte the fact that all thccroolislncret atlon will ha al the St. Louis fair, and that you chips 111 only ba drop In Iho hiirUei, and that you'll have to ut your host fool foremou to keep )our ht-ad nhor water why, thni.)oucomotome to And out how to do It." He waved his pipe In the...

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 July 1904

THE WEAK SPOT. A weak, achlnir batlc tolls of siclt . , . Hiunrys, u aches when you worlt. It nehes when you try to rest. It throb.. 111 clinnrfnn weather. Urlmirv troublcNndd toyour mlserr. No rit. no comfort, until tlio kidneys nro well. Curo the in with Doan'u Kidney Mils. JImAV. M. Ilaiisch cr, of 35 Water St., llrrnlf.ir.l Hn ....... 4Ihad nn Rlmoftt continuous jialn In tilio small of the back. My nnklcs.oct, hands ninl nlniOBt my whole body wrro blnntcd. 1 was languid ami tho kidney iccrotlonn wero profuse. l'liyMolans told 1110 I Imtl diabetes In Its want form, nml I feared 1 would never ru jover. Pout's Kidney PlPsctircdinoln itBWJ, nml I hnve been well ever hineo." A lT.KB'nilAtuf thNffrontlcldncy dicdleino which cured Mrs. Uaiischer will bo limited loony partof tin- United 3t.tte. Addri'i.1 Pmtvr-Mllburn Co., lluiralo, N. V. Sold by nil dealers, .prlco 60 cents in.r box. CUPID VEXES SCHOOL BOARD 'Town of Melbourne, lown, Proves Qood Matrimonial Market for Teachers. Younjr ...

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 July 1904

I' i, '4' I ft 8 I. la W-'rlj tonmwut- W I! Hn:..ii : . Udltor Mll:if CI 2.iMii-ri r."ry IYhUv nuirninw mal nit nt. "P-ht lVt ' Hiiro KtMj. fitt t el if ntniicr. Htm iiiiliiidviiii'i.) '!')' . , .on ;ltr.itt'.cl ov.r703 iml.J cii'm.-i ltf-r 7 .viii. lit- mity I muln liv !' O. Mnm v 1 -r, ItcitT'lftir or Kx.uchh Or-.1-r ! miiiii'i"nl'"i "lioiilil ri-nrli lis by V..Wrtm ti iii.iiri ilitipntii)ii . . .i i- nf mi gir-ii In imiiin iihihh coin 7 "ini Mlii.ll . .i m'i'.i ! n"- nnlnitiinif n"r nf in 1 i ' i ut M'ii.' cm ni'il i lli'ifi'i) ..At.-'tli. iilril Wiii 'nr fi-riii. I tlHll Utt 1v"lf ' Vil llmilKllt'i nl lutow li l" ! ililw mrn, hcin-r Mi. in ih.iKmil flmtwl 1 nn ti lijr iithfru ami. fal to Mr John Oiiinnuud hi pi. tro.ru for tlie many littls conrtc-i siur tcy tnve shown the Editor-' i.il Staff and. management of this Publication. Tho we are but as baby in Journalism just now yet wc shall feel that, with c icrgy , push nnrl industry, should wc , ever become youths in Journal ism, s...

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 July 1904

j ,r V Mf ' " 'ten ewlta iUccluii Ccmscruntor. aw VOL. ix. SEDALIA, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, JULY ?,9 1904. NO. ii RACE DOINGS of OUR. STATE. 'Cliftin$s from Exchange Correspondence From Nerby Town Here, There, a.nd Everywhere. 4 STATE FAIR SPEED EVFNTS. The Missouri Grand Circuit $80,000 In Pursos. The Missouri (J rami Circuit, on"crinR$800,000on speed events, is the largest racing circuit in the world, except the Eastern Grand Circuit. It will furnish twelve weeks of continuous racing oer the best tracks west of the Mis slssippi river, and with mcui hers that have earned a reputation for -fair treatment of premiums. These favorablccondiiions, to gether with the liberal purses vff er cd, will encourage patronage Irom the btst horsemen and se cure entres of the speediest turf performers. T'.ie Missouri States Fair is a member of this circuit, and with her excellent mile trick, modern barns, each suppli ed with water, and other con ven icttce, should give the best race meeting ever held in ...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Conservator
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 29 July 1904

SBDALIA WEEKLY C0NSE8YAT0R; nrTiijr a i:5ti.mr. ratuiir. MlSSOUIu. Circle G. and Circle J. 'By J. C. PLUM ME. R. "A box just came for him I rem you, rnptaln, she mj d. Toil are rvy kind, "I suppose you tares toptaw Ityt" remarked' tbe skipper, wltb labored cars- "No; It's In the dining-room," replied the young lady-. "You attract ber attention." said the sklpptr. Is a fierce whlipr to the dta- I fon, "and HI try to slip Ic -Iti tbe tax land set the other one. , Thli was felf-taeriflce on the- cap- tain's part, for he was grilling hit teeth I at the waited chance of a bait hoar alon ' with his fweetbeart, but the emergency 1 was great. j The deacon, racking hl mind fer a ruDjtei. gaiea nionny at juts ucorge V t"Htl lltllll KTCf tli. I.- I Jr" " 'H' ""'V ... , while lb skipper Blowered at hlra. J3 schooner Aim. stooped. Sp,lrmI by tfcM haIeu, R!an(. ,ht ! jm two ltM n either lde of bin. ,trr,n began a rlabIIns discourse. "Theonsoa the left toi'aoa George ,, fc ..i..,i I . . f. I -UUI ...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Conservator
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 29 July 1904

QLD MAN PLAYS WITH DOLL iXsaac Hodman, 63 Years of Ago, LI vei f in Serene Comfort with Dumb Companion. ' In a snug frame Jioufc on the bankl of tho Delaware between Fr.enchtown, N. J and Mllford lives leaac Hoffman inaereno contentment and happlnesi 'with one dumb companion a largo doll, "Tho llttlo liomo Is a perfect picture ol -.neatness and comfort and tho old man ,1a very busy In his irarden, arranging .nowera and watching tho vegetables! Hoffman lost his wife several years ago .elnco Which tlino he lias lived with hli inanimate companion. Ho has three .itrown daughters, who pay him occa sional visits, but his Joy and solace nre centered In tho quaintly dressed doll nnd the little playhouse of unknown age. In a corner of tho scrupulously clean .room which serves tho old man ni Jiltchcn and dining-room nt once, lo a -closet containing chlnaware, many pieces of vthlch havo marks showing mom than a century of use When h tin"? the old man hs Bessie, his doll chum, beside rjlm. On t...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Conservator
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 29 July 1904

' ' ,f ! jlilia Waikij Oonaemtor. jW II HMfm V.. M. Jiiif,h.ri . . Bailor MiiiiuK1'' uWihi.'rt ry 1-ViiUv Wroth awl iti.-rnt at fWidn 1'iMt OlKon t iilitl -l:i44 niatUr. enterprising Negroes. Our dead j should ,bc more htghy honored.) Their graves should he properly cared for Soire steps should and must be taken to arrange our cemetery more tastefully. i IVr Vt-t-r I'm ii.Umiko) . S;t hi -turn 'in wlvitin-") " HmslnVupy . . $1.00 en r, I'.iwrniti il itvr 700 pM xtilncriberx J'.iviaiTiM mii.T 1h nmiln h.v 1 ". M"y OrilHr.'lJcpHtiirli-ltiT "r Kxpre Or-tl-r .mtmirii-ntinn hoiiM rinh in by VihIiii'mIh) it, inun- piitdimitimi. Ji iin-iitiiiii niwii In iimiti.uuiiiH i'om timniiMti.m. t'..ri.iiiliic- cnntaiiiitii; w- fif Itt j,r. ti ill- iil)lln i-nrurMly "lU-iti-il. .Alii-nt" w:itit. .1. Writ" !r term. Tilltil. fr 'riir.irll imp whI tlinoidit; Vnnw It t'i 'llilne wn. (.fitter tli in A ilt-innnl clcaimil rr.m fir M by otlirM sown. 311(111, Amoxu the many enterprises; that Scil.ilia loves, ...

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 August 1904

0 coal in iUcclU g Cottserjjator. VOL. ii. SEDALIA, EXTRACTS FROM the MISSOURI STATE REPUBLICAN PLATFORM. Citations of Resolutions Adopted at St. Joseph Convention. We, the republicans of Missouri, in state convention assembled, heartily indorse the administration of President Kooscvelt, who has made the name of an American citizen respected in the remotest por tions of the earth, and who has "token care that the laws be faith fully executed," and thus demonstrated that there is bat one law for 1kWi rich and poor alike We cordially indorse the platform of the republican party adof t ed iu Chicago as a true record of a glorious past and the hope of a grunt ami honorable future, and pledge our hearty mpport to the nominees of that convention, Theodore Roosevelt and Charles W. Fairbanks. We declare ourselves against bribe-givers and bribe takers alike. Roth arc criminals, and we demand the punishment of each without regard to station in life or political affiliations. We neither solici...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Conservator
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 5 August 1904

D J"'H.l' ! '.lr' MI UAttiUr&.f'Ve- ft' SEDALIA WEEKLY CONSERVATOR. lll'STO.f A: l:.OLISII, lubllahrs. SKDAUA, MlSSOUIt. THE EVICTION OF MONSIEUR. J. C. VLVKMSn (OofjrUM.IW.br BsJlBlorj i-us.Cki.1 " UT on the street be goes, ba.g and baggage." said Mm. Ilaggett,'un lets be pays mo what he owes me. And to-morrow morning, too." "I think Mussecr Orando means all right," remonstrated Capt. Gaggctt. somewhat feebly. "You are a. nice judge of people, you arc," retorted his wife, scornfully, "there's not a mra-sucking old sailor about the wharves who hasn't borrowed money from you, and they all mean w ell. You'd think tho Old Boy meant well, I . suppose, It he ntuck you on bis fork." Capt Itaggctt, guiltily .conscious of having loaned Capt. Simon Bond a dot lav, that very morning, held his peace. "For a whole month that old French man has been promising mo my monoy," continued Mrs. Haggctt, "says he's a letter comlni; from France with a lot of i money In It Where's the letter, I'd llko...

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