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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 5 August 1904

!H1EF0F POLICE SAVED. Newberry, S. C f, II. Harris, chlol tof polfca uf 7cwberry, flays: "I nut fcrcd for a number ot years with kid ney complnlnt. Thcro wis a dull ncking across tho small ol my back that was worse- at night and made- ma feci mlsornblo ,al! tho time. The kid ney secretions were dark and full of Bodlmcnt, and lack of control com pelled mo to rlso a number of times during the night. lictwecn Hits annoy ance and tho bacltacho It was lmpossl 1)16 for mo to get much sleep and my health was being inidcrmlned. I tried n number of remedies, but nothing helped mo until I not Doan'n Kidney Pills. Tho uso of this remedy accord ing to directions promptly brought nbout n rhnngo for the better. After using two boxes tho backache nil left me, tho kidney secrotlons cleared up and tho action of the kidneys became normal." A FUEE TRIAL, of this great kid noy medicine which cured Chief Har ris will bo mailed to any part of tho United States. Address Fostor-Mllburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y. ...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Conservator
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 5 August 1904

r.'J. i. w h UK I I.:. 4 Hi tahlia ViTjjly OonaoiTator. l?. M.Kiifjl -Ii . . Kdifor Mhiii.ki;. PiiM'iIhmI nt-r' l-'riilnv tnoriilni' mid nuip-ri-'l hi s.-.tliu IW Oflli'o u ec flnl cluw rrntljT. IVr Mn.tr in ikUhitp) il.Ofl Km motility ii mlvnticn) ....... .00 Hiiielo 0. Men of talent arc superior to tlic! uut'alcuted. The same !h true, of men of gcrius, wealth, power and eminence. i.i OH IOaN TICKET. National. t : ForPivsidciit, 'TltKOItll!'KOOSr.VKt.T. -rVieu, President, UtMl.KB W. I'.MRHAXKS. i S) ' Stute TI6ket. Oovelno.-- Cutis P. Walbridge. Uetit. Gy.- John C. MeKinley. jjH-of Sviiie- John Swangei. sAitilitor- Hour' Wiiler. Treasurer- Jacob Omelieh. Any. (Jnu-raMterbertS. Iladle) Kail-road ami ware housi; Corn-aiis-siunor : Frank Wightman, County .Ticket. Tun Greatest Fourth of Ang us'. Celebration Gi cater than ail it -Pivle-eAora! Why greater? Because greater efforts have been put forth by the manage ment to bring about a truly cul tured elevating entertainment; because men ...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Conservator
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 12 August 1904

fit?. fit'. setwitor. VOL. ii. SEDALIA, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, AUGUST 12 iqo4. NO. 15. Prof. Inman E. Page, Pres. Oklnhoma Normal and Industrial Colloge, L-ngston. Okla., who dollverod the Fourth oI'AUgusi Address here A part of which is given bolow. Gentlemen and Fellow Citizens:- j the courage to nt.mil up and look Permit me to congratulate you our America in the face. today '! the loyalty of the Negro race Which I see displayed on this occasion in commemoration of this historic day in celebrating the Emancipation of his race. If there be one race more than any ither on Americas soil that should gci together once every year for a. icjoicingand jolliltca- tion, it is the Negro race, for that race above every other race in AmeriM has come to the position which it occupies through the greatest trials ami tribulations, therefore 1 congratulate you both old and young upon the pains you have taken to make this celebra tion possible. Emancipation Day serves as a reminder of the depths from wh...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Conservator
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 12 August 1904

mStf n '..'Hess.. Mar- K SEDEIA WEEKLY CONSEBYATOR, lIUSTOtf KNOI.IHII, I'alilMttera. .SUIJALIA, MISSOURI. WHAT OF THE WAY Ily SARA LINOSAV COLEMAN (Coprrfgbt, im, fcj imi siorj rub. o MAIUJAltUT flung hcrisolf into the heart of the berry bed and drew tn deep delicious breaths of the straw berried air. It was home! Homo nft rr months and months of the city. If things could have" continued to run on comfortably sho might not hive cared to leave the city, but things couldn't It wasn't Margaret who wanted one of (ho affairs to excludo the other. She drove behind Livingston's thorough breds or plunged her nose Into Gra Ii a ill's rosea with equal content. It was the culinrs. Margaret milled her brow and, for the hundredth time that day, asked herself which one of the equally charming, amusing fellows It must be. Ao though In derision a bird some where above her head cried, "Which? Which?" "Oh, I don't know," she said out loud, And as sho spoke, n tiny, gnarled old "woman thrust her cali...

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. — 12 August 1904

Happenings in Missouri. Prlrt-H In (Hit Ketltrr. Over -1,000 people attended the olil settlers reunion nt Versailles. Henry Argcnurlaht, nged 08; O, V. Hutch ison, aged 77, nnd Ucnjamln Wilson, .aged 82, wire the contestants In the old man's foot. race. Mr. Arganbright won tho prb.0. 11. C. Mobley received tho prize offered to the oldest native born citizen ot tho county. Ho was born In Morgan county CD years ago. 'Tho oldest man on tho ground was ;8nninel Mnrtln, proprietor of the Mar tin hotel. He Is 00 years old. Will MnliltKr- I'ulli'a ('uiiiiiiiIkii, Tho Missouri domocratlo committee met In St. I.ouls and elected Ovid Hell, of St. Louis, for secretary; Charles A, Lump, ot.St. Louis, treasurer. The following executive committee was se lected: Congressman YV. I). Vnmllver, Capo fllrnrilcau; N. W. McLeod nnd Jimmy Miles, St. Louis; Dr. I). H, Shields, Hannibal; Ilnrvey W. Sal mon, Clinton; J. V. Mytton, St. Jo .scph. Prank Hnssoll, Conway; Virgil Coukltng, Canollton, and O, L Chri...

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. — 12 August 1904

Bjdalia Wgakly Ooasorvalor. w it. ilini-n 0. .M, KiikIkIi . lid it or i-VMiy FrUUv inoriiliii' mill illuri'il nl Sfilnlin Pint Ofllro n " ml i'I.ihh iiiulh'n IVr Vo;tr (ill niHu'tn') Hix iniinflu mi iiilviiiuv) Witigln l.''P' ' . 91.0!1 . , .CII . . .ttt "We are authorised to announce Clemens llnukompt, its ncandi late for the office of Treasurer of Pettis Counts-, subject to the -will of the voters of said Comity' i t.ju Alt 9 I Tin; recent Kcpubliciu Con-j volition committed but oile gre.tii bhiliflcr. that was, its failure to nominate one ol the ablest and most powerful men in the whole commonwealth ior governor. Of the Hon. Joint II. UoMtwell we speai. It pleases us, however, to learn tliat the state committee has a better conception of his vote winning capacity tlian the delegated convention. Hence, llioy lmve selected him as one ol the leaders of the present cam tiaiin. IlaiiDV arc we to hail our New Vice Chairman, 'ohn 11., Dothwell, Scdalta's most illus-j Lincoln i a A. A a ...

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. — 19 August 1904

83ft" If if' ;l'7 im. VOL. xi. SBDALIA, MISSOURI, "FRIDAY, AUGUST 19 1904. NO. 16. Not Social Equality; Bit Work. Conclusion excerpts of I. E Page's Address. There is tttiothtM charge tlifii,anil scientific, and do not reach me enemy is waning against tnc jtlic round of moral and spiritual Negro and he makes this chsrite, not because ho believes it is true, hut in order ti make prejudice against the Negro and that is the stroii),' charge that the Negro, whether he lives in one section of the country or another is seeking soci.il equality, but as I look you in the lace I am satisfied Unit there is no intelligent Negro here today who is seeking .social equa lity with any race under the sun oxecpt his own race, t Applause i The fact is that if the Rev. J. W Jackson does not want me in his parlor on terms of social equality with his family, how can 1 get tli ere. and if by some hook or crook I get there, can I stay there? If I am not welcome lin ger his roof and if I have any man hood o...

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. — 19 August 1904

39 E3 11 SEDAL1A WEEKLY C0NSE8YAT0R, , lll'STOX ISNnt.mi, roMIhr, SKDALIA, MISSOUrt!. r i A LESSON IN SMALL TALK Br d. Israeli $2 IT .8 suffocating here, Count Bob- I rlnrkl," Mlsi Throckmorton. said lo ber partner, at the end of tho waltz: "please take mo to some plate where 1 can cool off." The affair was i;lvcn by oua of 'tha social leaders of, Fnrragut Bquiro, In honor of Count Woldemar lkibrlnakl. This amiable young man was bains Honteed by Washington society that season. lie was a Russian nobleman of great wealth and ancient Uncage, said to Mand In excellent favor with tho czar. He was traveling In America that winter, and va Just then the Riicst tif the Ilustian ambaniiCor at Washing ton. "Some great Russian writer sys," began Milan, as soon as he and she were safely ensconced In a coal nn.l retired ncok, "soruo great writer says was It Tolstoi? that you Russians do not possess the art of small talk. Is It triio?" "Very likely Tolstoi said It, and very likely It Is true," ret...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Conservator
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 19 August 1904

t The St. Louis World's Fair as a Great Educator It It More Valuable Than Months of Study or Trip Around the World. Accommodation for Visitors Moderate and Ample St. lyouls. I was Rtnndlni; on tho I'lnza St. Loula. artnilrltu: tlio xceno that strctclud away Into tho distance before mr, ending with tho mairnlflccnt .spectacle of tho Cascades. I needed no company, for tho great exposition all around mc was suniclcnt, hut ns I stood there nn acquaintance, the president of a western rollcgc, stopped bcsldn mo. "JlftRtiinccnt beyond tho dream of man," mild I. "More than that." said he. "Do you know," ho continued, "to mc tho grcat C8t thing or this truly groat exposi tion Is tho educational Inlluenco It will have upon tho millions whet visit it. Here In two week' time ono can gala moro practical knowledge of tho hind that will bo useful tn him In the strug gle with tho world than ho can get In two years' time In nny university. The .college education Is entirely different from the hind o...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Conservator
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 19 August 1904

1, Sashlia W H HlKtOII . Ojnsetvntor' , . , . Editor , . . . Mmmg (!l Z'nlilihml ,ivrv KnlV inirIm imd mitMrnd At ed,i!alnt Oftiru ii kmc aihI i'!w tii.nit'r, . ' ., IVr Vcir tin .hUhimt) ....... $1 1 Klx inniUlK :in lulvnin'"') . .0" Hinjild Copy , OS We arc uuthorizjd to announce Clemen- Hoitkompt, as a candi date for the olT.cc of Treasurer of Pettis County, subject to the will of tile voter of said County' lack, considerably of having the people with them. There-fore, if they Viih the people, they must gel out unions them as never before. j Lincoln institute. j REPUBLICAN TICKET. National. -' For President, Tin:ni)oi(H RoOshvui.t. V Vice President. Ch.UJI-KS W. Faikiianics. State Ticket. Governor- Cyrus P. Walbridge. Lieut. Gov.- John C. McKinley. Sec'y of State- John Swanger. Auditor- Henry Weiler. Treasurer- Jacoh Gmelich. Atty. General-Herbert S. Hadlej Ruil-road and ware house Commissioner- Frank Wightman, County Ticket. For For For For For For For For For For Tor For Circui...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Conservator
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 26 August 1904

Htn etitlk tUcchhi ConGcrurttor. "7$ VOL. it. S13DAIM, MISSOURI, FRTAY, AUGUST 26 1904. ruimriKD cverpu he rit. I TAIN C. H. TANDY. NO. 17. Positions of Honor and Trust lid Has Held, During- His Carder. No Negro in the Mississippi val ley has enjoyed a more versatile career than the person mention i:tl in tbi sketch. Beginning ear ly in life, he has by persistent ef- fort and manly integrity risen to i greater and still greater apprec iation of the people. In the war! of '6l-he was Capt. of Company B, :13th Mo. Volunteers; he was ibe, first Negro to he employed in the Custnn House, at St. Louis: He received this appoint Thcnt under Gram's admini-tra lion and served 17 years; he was 4 years Dept. Marshall, under Kmcil Thomas; Dept. Collector under Major Zcighcnhcin and 3 years water inspector under this' official: He was Dept. U. S. Mar shall for 2 years under Marshall Lcflinwell. lie held two com missions, under Harrison's ab ministration, Special Agent of the General Land office an...

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. — 26 August 1904

SEDAL1A WEEKLY CONSERVATOR, ItJftTOX llsnl.mt, I'abllahara. kljdalja, . . Missouni UDNUNKI. Times Isn't What They Used to B." Now, ahertly attar ir.nn had bn 1 Developed from the monkey I lie planned hnd built andiwttlcil In i The rl( of t'dnunkl. i Tic (-nturlc have come nnd gone $ And 'mid the clay henps cluttered Tl.e fllRRlns crew Hub como upon I The house or Mm who muttered: 'The outlook don'1 took Rood to me; Tlir.c ittn't what they uci In tia." ' Above I'dniinkl there wu built ! A lone-forgotten cltyi The eicavatlon In Itieallt Know building uuftlnt mid pretty. VSr.d of the hou( broojitil to light 1 ore In rublilnti tumblM TIb where once lived (hut crltiled wight Who to hl neighbors Rrumbled: "Theno tlnW-lhtiOtd fntnlllnr bull "Ain't nothld- llko the old tlmesi wn." I Another clt Brew n top Of that n tilth, lopped L'dr.unkl, II ptiTtireH knew bow nod hop And smirk of beau and tlunky Jt hiu been dcict nine thouiiml Jenrs, Hut palltnl enllt'h !.B htllh i Tim liouuo of hlin whsa...

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. — 26 August 1904

Sti Iappening m Missouri. rrniiUJlimi's n llciiilitlciiii. KrnnttttJame, ex-conCi'derate onil JIIc-Joub dgniocrat, nt Indcpondoneo, In lit, mlilrnsa to tlio surviving inointirirB of Qunntrell'fi band, tlio most daring of tliclr fcltid In (ho confi-derato army, exploded a political bomb bIicII, which all but disrupted the mcr-tlng. Kor not only did. the nx-bnndlt renounce al lcfilanco td tho democratic parly, but to own natlvo stato as well. Dccl.i. rations that wi-ru considered by I ho grizzled, Var-scnrred vDlcram as llttlo leas than treason. And had not soma of his 1?B excllablo friends forcibly pushed blm from the crowd the court house yard In Independence, might havo been tho uccuo of a conflict to ratlins border days. It has bet n known nmoni? Ills friends that since the Mls ,mrl leRlslaturo some four yinrs ko refused to elect James as doorkeeper of tho lo.wer bouso he hns curried tho soreness of uViVul deep In I1I3 heart. Not until Sntunlny, however, has ho imbllely expound Il...

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. — 26 August 1904

i.. Br K ft. r. k i rv 1 rfsiilu jL.jCly Cbnservator. . Milur. J'nMilM -il evv Fri'ln'' ini-ni'nir mid illnred m SiM.dVi'Pott.Offli-0 o ond id milt't r , Vr Veir 'hi 'h''vt!'0 "Hi n,',' dwntci') 'RiiiU'lp l'pv JI lt , , '.aof it not tii hotter to spend oiirsui pios. Una Ju. tith u place tend' iltgrnd conversing tint n to liolit tp the corncrs'of buildings and lolteiittg In place of dmsipmion. Think. Alier laviiv thought. a:t. 19 I Wcaiv initiiriwd to announce ("t turn lb.il.oimt. .Vs ncnitdi i til for tnc office of Tn (i surer of Pettis Counlv. subject to the will of thy voters of said County' -REPUBLICAN TICKET. National, . ... . For President. TintOiM KVi itvi:i.r. -Vice President. Ckaimi W. I'aikhaxk. CongreHsinwn "lit. I)!trii . Joint Wellioi n. Stn'to Tlokot. Kr.asvi developments in A mcrican politics has placed :i ...... .'05, premium upon honesty and I straight forwardness in publ e I.I.. tmil In w.i.'ii ril.n it. Theodore. Kooscvclt, Jos. VS. l oll, a.id others for what they...

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. — 2 September 1904

Scttolk lUcckli) Consmmtor. VOL. lx. SEDALIA, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 2 1904. NO. 18. LAFAYETTE COUNTY COLORED FAIR. Second and Third Days' Ruces, Promlum Awards. Higginsville, Mo, Aug. 24, '04 Today was an ideal of beamy for the Fair. Weather delightful and the crowds gathered early. The Lexington Band furnished excellent music, so that every thing favored success. In the fore-noon the the follow ing awards of premiums were made: Saddle horse, John Walk er received 1st money on, "Silver Heel'1 and Leslie Miller second on, "Buddy;" Suckling mules J. W. Pel ry received first on, "Roy 51I" also second 011 "Chief;" Stickling- all purpose Horse colt, first premium went to Geo. Seward, for "Clipper;" Suckling colt draft, James Perry received first money on, "Black Beauty;" Year ling colt, Wm. Ray got first mon ey on, "Wdkomount;" Two year old Trotting horse, Thomas Wil liams Recurcd first money on, "Roy Wilkes." Hogs Gilt, Geo. W. Edwards receiv ed first money and James D-ivi second....

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. — 2 September 1904

SE0A11A WEEKLY CONSESfflOR. lll'STON . K.MIM.tll, I'ni'ilUliCM KliDAMA MISSOURI. THE COMMON THINGS. Thi !im!J.rc sod-ljieceniloraln. She ctrnr lilrd tonix ir.iit halm the morn, Tf.r nwadtwr Isnil. with flnvvcr ntnlti The wn)inK banner" of the Corn, The ra that tvhlaprrii to Hit lirreio Wnl loir.mijn, toinmcm tlilhB ire thesol Tf o broaJ liiiie mirror of ilr Inkn Tlml ml' back nt tlio sI'trlilR k't TRu Milium, (oo, Hint Ia'pnii.l hrHK Ai.it flint; their fnamy Jmvo! hlstr, The rtier clpfa that ono b- ono Tush Iiik K tho Unci i of ll.o unj The Mam Ijint tins as Jewels liln, And maVij tl o worta ol.J mister-. Willie tlA. onll.elr 'ppol!HMl vni. Oo Bix-'illna through ttrrnlly Aro orrfaciafdae" of ! ci iiatha that n o oat dltn.tracc Alt lhce aro cqnjiaon brook nnil bird, And roo of fut,- athl 'meailoiv (treoiij fin common that tncjr twm unheard, Hn common Ihnt lli' iem imoen, Aid )t't.tht;i' la no cJu ornlRl.t nut Unrront nil Tjf their littiilit. No common INns .i hi-ld upnrt from u. or p...

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. — 2 September 1904

COULDN'T LIFT TEN POUNDS. IWiu's Kidney Pills Brought Strength an Hialtu to the Sufleror, Miking Him Feel Xwcnty-Five Years Younger. J. 1J. Corlon, farmer nml lnmWmnn, or Dcppo, IS. C., snys: "I Htiffurnil for years wllli'my back. It wan bo liail thnt I could not walk miy dlHtaiico nor even vldii m W m I, In easy lur i ii i n l ii u u j 11. iokios. pounds of weight rum tho crotwd, tha rinlit was sosumo. This tvnsiny condition wju'n, I lifcnn Hslnjr Donn's Kidney- I'll.?.' Tlioy iutlly ndlovud muund now I urn. never trmibli-d us(I,was. My bade Is strong mill I ciuY willc.w rlilii'a'Jonff dblancu untl feel just ns'ntrorisr vn f illil twc-nly-fivo ycaiu lijro. I think so much of -DoaVs- Kidney l'llla thut I liitVe fflveil ft supply of tho nnndy to some of my nelirhliorH mid tlioy liavo nliui found ffwd r'esnlt. If you can nift anything from this rambling noto that will bo of hny strvlco to you. or to onyono nufforliiff from kidney trouble, you nro nt liberty to do so," A 'Tit I A Is ri...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Conservator
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 2 September 1904

8ehlia Wjsklj Vf U. Iliftim . . C. M. Enilli tjonseivator . . , . I'..lit..r ?iiMilil vfrv t'riilnv niMrrime ami fltortl at tfolil:n Pot Oflk n oc on. I rlnM ni illi-i. I'iT Ynnr (in icUr'Th) ....... tl-O-'l 8x mmitln I'm mlvniiei') - t . .dl tilnide Copy 05 We arc authorized to announce Cl-mens Honkompt, as a candi date for the ufCceof Tr'asurer of Petti County, subject to the will of tlio voters of said Connty' REPUBLICAN TICKET. Hational. For President, Tiikodoki: KoOSKVKI.T. Vice President, Charms W. Faihbanks. Congressman 7th. District. John Wclborn. State Tickot. Governor- Crus P. Walbridgc. Lieut. Gov.- John C. MeKinlcy. Sec'v of State- John Swangcr. Auditor- Henry Weilcr. Treasurer- Jacol Gmclich. Atty. General-Herbert S. Hadley Hail-road and ware house Com miMsioner- Frank Wightman, Supreme Court Judge Henry Lamm. Kansas City Appellate Court Judge James M. Johnson. Senator, 15th. Senatorial District- L. D. Hicks. County Ticket. For For For For For For For For For For For Fo...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Conservator
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 9 September 1904

tMia lUcchln Conservator. VOL. ii. PRESIDING ELDER'S TIEP0HT TO THE SEDAI.lA DIS TniCI' CONFERENCE. SKDALIA, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, SlvPTKMBKR 9" too.". NO. ig. Dear brethern .-mil members of the district conference Greet ings: With gratitude to our Heavenly leather for His loving kindness ami tender mercies, of which He Imh shown us in abun dance. It is our great and high privilege, after t lie lapse of an other year and, after having been jiermittcd to labor together in His vincyanl. we have met to transact business for the great Church of Christ. The condition of the work on the district, in many' instances. is most excel lent. Not-with-slanding the draw backs with which we all had to t imtcnd during-the beginning of the conference year, namely, con stant rainy wen titer, sickness and deaths, among the pastors and laity, a majority of them are un tiring and faithful in their work for the church of Christ, which He has purchased by His Own blood. In this very busy year of lommcrcial ru...

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. — 9 September 1904

SEDALIA WEEKLY CONSERVATOR. IIL'MTO.Y . Ilir, abllafitr. HHtMt.lA, .T. MISSOURI. TOE TIDE OF TIME. "All the rrra run Into t.o aca; "jrt th wii U not full, unlo Hi? pWr from. wr.r ncc ! ilvrr romr tlilil.cr they return nMln." -i;crlrallw 1:7, All I l o rlvem find (hp era, lift all I ho jean, eternity. I'lic rivulet Hint Idlra on Where lh tl.e ruahM trrmiilous, Jr liiughn trldo Hie flowtrrHJ lawn, Or rUnnm the apU-y rlra Orliroak anil Imp iind nhounoml lirawl Willi re-hoi- Itotn tho forihrr liltl". Still I.ejrB tl.e I'M' lltnl rnlln And How on nil tr.at calling ill. Tht rUerx nr IliO varjrtt mol Tlmt nlnir (irront Ihe sinning plain. Or in llir fnrrat aoide Clium nn-uhuioa a amber vein Tht), too, lint atmwer thHt one cnll; Of norili, or otilh. or eal, or n-t Tl r river Jourruy on una All Down to ihunu of rnitr mid real. .Aial from the mm tie thera tlae A from clf-riill) tic dn Wlliln th heurt of lime there Ilea The rule of their wiiralntml wa)Hi Within the heart of time each dawn Ami K...

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