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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 9 September 1904

FROM MISERY TO HEALTH. A Prominent Club Woman, of Kansas City, Vtltei to Thank Doan'a Kidny Pills for a Quick Cure. lllsa N'elllo I);ivih, of 1210 MhiilgriTi AVO., KailRIlS t'lly, Mo., hoolnly lender nml club m-oiiiiui, writes: " I eannoUoy loo much In prnlcoof Demi's IChliiuy I'll In, for tlioy effected ii com pic la euro In n very Mmrt tlmo Trlicii I was Buffering from Irfdney tnmlile.i lirouedtt on by cold. I Imil Mxvro piilns In the Imclc mid Melt lieml nclii'M, mill felt nilsornblo nil over. A few boxes of Uo.ni'n Kidney Pills Hindu mo n well woman, Million t nil iiclie, or pnln, nml I feel compelled to revom mend Hits rullnblo remedy." (SlRned) Nolllo Davis. A TIttATj ritKM-Addrets Ko,ler. iitillniru Co., lliidulo, N. Y. Tor wile by l 1 deulvrn. l'rlco to cents. WOMEN SEE SEA SERPENT. Devil's Lnlce, XT. D., Cnmpersi Are Trowr Into Pnnl 0 er Dli I lv1r&'oF3ioj3ter. Circpers on the Chautauqua grounds at Devil's Lake, N. D., were thrown Into consternation one nlpht recently b...

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. — 9 September 1904

I I III !! .1. .. . i Wfc! J - ft 'Ski SiiUia o,;,:;ly V.' II lllt'llMI C M K.i.l.ii 0 j.uoi valor. , , , ,,' Hditur . . . .MutiStRtir PI ;'ili''i.il i-Vf -v KiiiUv iifirii-iiiriii.il r'linrr.l il -mmI .1 w l'n-1 MnW n inf till I I'l.ns III lll'l'i I'-r Vmht (in oihhi riJ . . . . $1 " Mxinni'lii in mbiiiii.'.-) Ctl fi iw!i t 'i'l Wean ii'itli'irix-il to iinnounee (T-mens llonkompt. n oa nd i date for the office of Treasurer ofl'ettU County. subject to the -will of tie voters of said County' REPUBLICAN TICKET. National. For President. 'J'iikoooki. KtiOM'.vin.r. Vice President, I'rtAKf.rs W. Fukiunks. - Congressman "tli. District. John Welboin. State Ticket. 'Inventor- C nis P. Walbridgc Lieut. ".o. John C. McKinlcy. Sce'v of Stale- John Swangcr. Auditor- Henry Writer. Treasurer Jacob Omclich. Atty. General -Herberts. Hartley Rail-road anil ware house Com missioner- Frank Wightmau, Supreme Court Judge Henry Lamm. Kansas City Appellate Court Judge Jnnics M. Johnson. Senator, 15th. Sena...

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. — 16 September 1904

V VOL. n. SEDALIA, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER iC .904. NO. ;o. "Who Is Parker?" Asks H ojjg of Tex. There was wry little new in cx-Gov. Hogg's speech nt the State Convention until he got a- lony toward its conclusion, when some one in the audience asked; "What about Parker?" The big ex-governor caught the question the moment it was ut tered. He affected mingled sur prised and ignorance. "Parker, Parker," he repeat ed qucstioiilngly. "Who is Parker?" He then proceeded to cast vig orous reflections upon the Presi dential nominee of the Demo cratic partv. lie referred to him as the "lock-jawed" judge and said that Roosevelt was a "trust buster," while Parker be longed to the "trust buster" party. He eulogied President Roosevelt for his successful pre vention of trusts. He ridiculed the efforts which the Democrats of the South are making to bring the race question into the catn liaign. He paid the m-groop, especially the old-time southern darkies, a high tribute. After cx-Gov. Hogg's s...

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. — 16 September 1904

SEDALIA WEEKLY CONSERVATOR, lll'STOV Jt IIMJUSII, Fabllatiera. HliDAMA, . . . . . MlBSOUIll. BOUT THE SAME. TMnc -ev changed i infgtilr tot since our granddads went to iiaik. Jladr; t no electric lights In tlicro Jas (O rpoft the dark; Had la do ililnmi all by hand, cfluwn t talk by toioplione, Wfc'o't r.o ell trust In tte trd mokln' ncrylhltiR lt own; HltlkM was r.rver t-sr-J of then, Motmn raln't Hi It farce Thin h v rr.aniitil n lot, but mill liuman r.nturo" 'bout lie Miir.e. Wa VI no ntilttln' trolley cars that r kl.litt' unfile then; llnitii i any ihnurteur ihp runBtn' down (heir feJiuM men: 'olk hud revtr hi-rJ of trusta. but my crnd,fiid fined to lav Host it.ea trHtl Ihtlr bent lo Elt olh'r peo ple things n-.ay: i liet lltl.e wlilm Ito folks loai at orca I s'lti hnit-r' tme K'TMite l.i-v t'innscd a iol, bui stilt Luman i.ali.ri-'a 'bout f lift same Vt'u'tt I no eievntorif then. Lt! l.J tC 1 walk mutftlrit, ('.; IVt'n'l nobnly umln' tlcli buytn' up and I aK'hr ihsrn; f l!irjoi...

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. — 16 September 1904

nirs. iiuiiiwiu ii. i iiwiiiuauiiiu Thompson. of Lillyilalc, N.V., (Irand, Worthy Wise Templar, and Member ol W.C.I .U., tells how site recov ered by the use of J.ydin E. PinKhain's Vegetable Compound. "Dr.AK JltiS. I'J.MillAM t--X 0111 OHO of tho many of your grateful friends who havo boon cured tliriiiinli tlio tiso of l.ytlla IM'inltliiiin'H Vt'Kofnblo Compound, mill who rim to-ilny tlianlt you for Uio flno Ijcnltli I enjoy. Iipii 1 was tlitrly-llvo yearn old, I suffered ncccro bnehncho nnil frequent bearing-down pains i in fact, I had womb troublo I vtns very noxious to pot well, and reading of thncurcn your Compound bad mnile, I ilrj iilcil to try It. I toolc only six bottlcs.hut it built mo tijinndeuri'dmo entirely of my troubles. "Jly ninlly and relatives were naturally ns gratified an I was. Jly nlcco bad heart troublo rind nervous prostration, and was considered Incur, able, film toolc your Vrpctablo Com pound and It cured her In n short time, and Mm Wcamo well and strong, ...

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. — 16 September 1904

8'Jllm . ii Oj.iio.VaW. "i-i l ' coMaged. to assun e W ll llll 'MM . I'ltiiin-.MiiiI.'h j'l i'Vr V I'Vido" imiPIt Mif ni'il hi el .1 ..l l i I'j-I OfftVi- Jin c tii I I ii" in ii r. Yunr t n ' '! ...' in Ik hi .I'tvii'M- ) . . . . t . , .0 I Ik ('( v IW Wear.- a-it'iori I lo announce ! mens IIotiknni)t, if- acandi :ilc for theolKeeol" Trfasurcr if Petit Cnntv. subject lo thr vill of t'.' votersof saiit C otttt t v REPUB'.ICAN TICKET. National. For Pre si lont, TlMonOHK Kodskvki.t. We President, I IIAHI.IJi W. Faihiianks. Cony r4Htiiiii) 7th. District, John Wellitirn. Stato Ticket. iovetiior- Crim P. Wnlbridge. Lieut. Gov.- John C. McKinluy. Seo'y of Stale- John Swtingcr. And 1'ir - Henry Wuler. Treasurer- Jacob Gtnelieh. Atly. Gcneral-IIerbertS. Hadley liiiil-ro.nl unci ware house Commissioner- Frank Wighttnan, Supreme Couri Jttde I It'iiry Lamm. Kansas City Appellate Court Judge James M. Johnson. Senator, 15th. Senatorial District- L. D. Hicks. County Ticket. For Circuit Jtidgu LOU...

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. — 23 September 1904

F5 1 Btbaim COeefcl VOL. ii. Conservator. S-ihlia Weokly Conservator- S15DAUA, MISSOURI, FRI1X3Y, SEPTEMBER 23 1904. NO. 2i' W II llmtmi ... C M Kiijjbidi . . . . Uililor . . . . Mnnngur ;riiii -'l every I'Vidav mnrtfimr nml ,,,11,'n'il lit Sodiilut Post Ofllee m xi'O uti.l i'Uh" niiilli'1 Vi- Yi"ir (in niUntirn) $I.0U 8 t m nli 'in nivnnci) , .00 Hm'IfC.py (W q motion is, Will the local repub- go; lot that giant cIot(Ment use licau organization accord its in- the venom of personal hate and Iclhgent and industrious negro he and t anil all will nee what in- l...r pn'sirtont, ThkodOkk RoosKvrttr. Vice President, ClIAHUtS W. I'aimiiank - Congressman Till. District. John Welborn. Coventor- Cyrus P. Walbridgc. Lieut. Oov,- John C. McKinley. Sec'v of Stale- John 'Swnnger. Auditor- Henry Wiiler. T'frtsurer- ' Jacob Otnelich. Atty. General-Herberts. Hartley K.'il-road and ware house' Com missioner;: Frank Wighttnan, Supremo Court Judge-- llenry Lamm. Kunsis City Appellate Court Judge James ...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Conservator
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 23 September 1904

It SEDALIA WEEKLY CONSERVATOR. lll'sTOM A H.ltlMSlf, Publisher. SHDAMA, . MISSOtmi. tm 3 r I THE CANYON TflESTUE. Ifilii lm nmii wrought; to span, llin un To link llio hoary sundered cliff In band, Tu Oi-ave tils pathway straight with swcnt nnii Mood U thn whlto silence of untrodden In mill. Mcnsum Ihn man ag-afriat Ilia foe ho fought, liivlntlblo-nrid chained. Thl bus man wrought. Ucom not Ihe mountain's holy place O flii When the Mack n.ioke-cloud hints out slope and tonur; Think not It silence dcrai, when wild I.onT warning whistle thrill tho snows nfar. The way of toll If Hatred. Hook and od Aril forjjld steel arn holy thins of God. Nay. ' tint for'1 Bold alone the toiler wrouaht: May. not fof fame or prltte lit pulsing binln riuiiB out acroiw the clltfn It splendid llmiiii it. Looped thn wild rlii-lutl doell In ItH chnln. ' tiro'hers 'hy danger lmrl, strong, Ja- llm. Mill, , Mon wroucht in steel the BlgnA of Clod' The moll In craven large for eye that nor. A writhing on tho wal...

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. — 23 September 1904

Happenings in Missouri. .lltuKiinrl 'I'l-i-niiiirj- lli'iicirl. Tlio report of tho Btnto treasury shows tlio condlllon of (ho treasury, .iioparotcil Into funds, to bo ns follows, tho aggregate amount being $2,027, 070.17: Stato rovenuc $ 812,274,01 State Interest 1I0.IS5.13 State sinking 452,435.85 Stato school 175.10 State Btimlnary .1,118.21 State Hcliool moneys 16,411.02 Stnto rc miliary mouoya.... 12,257.01 Insurance ilopartmcnt .... G3.557.4t Hscluata IiiiuIh ::C,2I3.17 HarnlnKS lmnltentlnry .... 55,200.35 Itoail nml canal fund 1,032.25 Hoard of ortcunnthy ...... 577.53 Swampland Indemnity.... 103.31 Hospital fwr Insane No. 1.. 13J1S.15 Hcupltal for Insnno No. 2.. 20,170.20 Hospital for Ineitnn No. 3.. 7,200.90 Iteform school for Iioj'h... 1,214.05 l'edcrnl roldlets' homo.... 2,312.07 rorclgn lusmanru tax.... 302,727.50 Stale bank Inspertlon 3,f,ni,!i:i lltilldllig nnd loan 12V .0.1 Stato fair fund C.S70.00 Factory Inspection fund... 100.62 Heard of health fund 2,002.60 Total 2...

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. — 23 September 1904

i It It hi WARRENSUURG .Mrs Woads accompanied by h?r daughter Mrs Alice Taylor loft for St Lous to attend the F tir. ()o Little ami 1)02 B.-own of t ipsa .i few iUv in our city K C Miss Anna Reynolds lias ro t ti lled home and reports antl cn joy.tbl," visit. Died on last Friday the infant h m ot M and Mrs Newton. I'rof Woods of Kochport who j i te.ichitiu, at Knob Nobler made us a vU t Sunday. Mr Wise mis a visitor hero last week. v R-v .1 M Harris of Kansas Ci ty wis here Monday. Mrs Harriet Perry won l to Holden Thursday to visit rcla Uvch. The C M E church is being remodelled The members are preparing for conference which is to be held hure. SAVE 1ST SPRINGS Sam x ton left Monday even inn: lor KaiisusCity. Mi'h Lue Fields in spending- a lew days in Kansas City" Mrs Kinily Thomas after a 4! i eks stay xvilh her son Sanford Fields and daughter Millie Wil li mi left for her home hi Knn is City Sunday evening-. Geo and lloivard Price and Lincoln Tur.ier anil Kichard lis!rt of K" mm ...

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. — 30 September 1904

r VOL. it- Seftalia tDeekto Conservator Wv SKI) LI A, MISSOUR I, FRIDAY, SEPTRMBKR"3o" 1904. S3ihlia WeoHly Oonscrvntdr V II lluxltm !. M KiiL'ltxIi . ltdiior Miiiiiigor I 1 1 NO. I'liMilni'il t'x'i'ry I'Vidnv iiiornlni' nml iiilureJ nt Si'rtnliii I'o.U Olllre iih mc nml i-liiM matter. out America, men will be men, tlio ome may lie poor or perhaps bl.-u.lw IViYe.n' (In ndnneo) $1.0(1 8 x in miiIh Mn nilvntion) , .00 For President, ' TllltODOKI! Kooshvki.t. , Vice President, CitAui.us W. Faihiunkr. - Congressman 7th. District. John Welborn. Governor- Cyrus P. Wnlbridgc. Lieut. Gov.- John C. MrKintcy. Scc'v of State- John Swangcr. Auditor- Henry Wciler. Treasurer- Jacob Gmelich, Atly. Oeneral-IIerbertS. Hartley K.iil-ro.irt and ware house Com-uiisMouer- Frank Wightinan, Supreme Court Judge ' Henry Lamm. Kansas City Appellate Court Judge James M. Johnson, Senator, 15th. Senatorial District- L. D. Hicks. For Circuit Judge LOUIS HOFFMAN. For Representative 15. J. ST15VI5NSON. For Prosecu...

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. — 30 September 1904

SEDALIA WEEKLY CONSEBYATOR, IIL'ftTOM KKUMSIf, rlIUfcr. 1 . f SKDALIA, MISSOURI. i1. r tl. 1 a risa STORY. I went a-fUMnc one One day Not vcrr Ionic o, I rather thought I knew the way TI.e liiririr n to throw. I hut? the nie n perfect book With every alio and !' of hook. !' rod waa of the finest kind-;- llamboo, with whalebone tip. And itefif reel the tin to wind. And ccrk nnd allrrr xrln. V) line were tlili, titb,itronir nl light; I thought m ouim iU JuiLright. I had tt RrT. ii landing net Of nothing w I thy. 1 nlwci)s nuke .1 point to eft The bct Mt toln will bu jr. I had n banket f ir the flan All that iui nuiiler bold could wlnh. A llllle. freiklcl, barefoot ld With willow ;r fluked eer. A lire of mine wan all he had, A bent-pin I ooV, I ftar, Vlipfrnn a common garden worm lit hail Impaled did tlt and Mulrm. The livelong da we (leried that stream 7nls atorjr ou rnay doubt Hut, hOKnooer )oii mar deem. I xlmpl) pulled ll.em out. The li wue not to lutk) 'iiiltei In fact, he luirdl)...

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. — 30 September 1904

son Happenings in Missouri. Fnrmrra' liiatltiitea. Tho farmers' Instltnlo season In Mis souri was opened Scptcmljor 20 with a lnoctlns In Jamosport. Tho Institutes aro held each year under tho auspices of tho stnto board ot agriculture of Missouri, They will cnnlluuo through tho winter ami will bo holt! lu every county In tho stnto. Somo counties will have several. I). Ward King, of Jlaltland will discuss "improvement of l'ubllc Hoads." Ho Is tho Inventor of tho drng method of Improving coun try roads. Dr. I). V, Lucky, state vet erinarian, will discuss "Prevention of UontnslotiH Diseases Among Live Stock.". Prof. It. M. Washburn, ot the dairy department of tho University of Missouri, will tnlk on dairy subjects. Prof. V. Tt. Mumford, nclinR dean of the Missouri agricultural college, will Iccluro on "Llvo Stock Husbandry." I)r. J. C. Whltlen, denn ot the horti cultural department, will discuss scien tific horticultural methods. Col. (J. W. .Waters, of Canton, will talk on "Mis souri...

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. — 30 September 1904

AT BLACKBURN Isaac Walker of Kansas City vas here last week on business. Mrs K.itv Bvaus arrived from fiedalia Saturday. NFtitiititcH Trula anil May Wil Min Went to Marshall Saturday o attend on Mr-i Josic Morgrn who i vei'i ill. Pei ry Bvans and wife went to Marshall Suudav. Kdw.trd Combs returned from Itlue Spri-gs Wednesday. The lal.y for tlie church Sun day was quite a success; the a mount raised was $15. Maud Jackson returned home from Arrow Rock Sunday. .Ino Guthrie and wife spent the later part of last week here visit ing relatives. Rev Joe White of Sweet Spring was baptised here Sunday. UNION HILL Chas Smith and Wm Cotiw.i) were in Arrow Hock Mondav. ; tJ? lrs Jennie VanBuren visited I ty? " friends and relatives in Sl.iter the ifr first of the week. I Lincoln Institute. Geo Mills spent Thursday and 'riday in Arrow Rock. TIPTON. At the home of the Groom's parents Mr Rusnel Mnupins of this place and Miss Maggie Woodson of Bunceton were unit ed in Holy Matrimony Sunday Sept. 2...

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. — 7 October 1904

r III I I'trtf VOL. 1 1, Sahlin. Weekly Oouservalor- SKDAUA, .MISSOURI, RR1DAY, OCTOBER 1004. UMtkM NO. 53- V II HUKtDtl i filitiir Muiwger manner. Indeed, Ihcso request will be made as would a ti obedi ent son seek favor-, of :i loving fa ther. SOI! voters of one faith, with one purpose nml in pursuit ofn just and equitable cause will wield no mean amount of in flu i nee anil power in the political nf- v ,... .w .... "f tin' bounty. Give to the I't'r ivui ln tinvw . . . 7ji (I'll S x in inilis i m advance) , .no! ,KW the consideration that hi.s Siriiilc Copy o,- ' '"ericnl strength and loyalty ... i merits anil he will tirnve himnolf ;,iii1lHl fvoiy l-'iiilnv murium' ntiil (.ill tell lit beilid'ii Pout Office nit 0 ,nii I'l-ix matter. For President, TnnoDoun Roohi:vi:i i . Vice President, Chaki.ics W, I'airmaxks. Congressman 7th. District. John Welborti. Governor- Cyrus P. Walhridgo. Lieut, Gov.- John C. MeKinlcy. Sec 'v of State- John Swnnger. Auditor- Henry Weiler. Treasurer Jaco...

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. — 7 October 1904

SEDALIA WEEKLY CONSERVATOR, HLdTO A KXOMSH, Fabllahrri. StiDALtA, Missonm. a 1 BBf The Chef my FRANK II. SWEET w. 8 A "a i; i' f i' ff lorrticiit,iNi,briirtoti'ub. co-i rr "T1D you got one, John?" I J Mrs. Botsford spoke eagerly, al most hysterically Her husband drew off his cloves slowly. "Why, yes; I brought ono tip, Julia, of courso. I tent her round to the kitchen entrance." "Can sho cook!" Bho Is neat and very nice looking," Mr. Dotsford temporized, defensively. "She says sho can do every kind of housowork, from up carrot to down . cellar. And sho seems to'be strong and willing." "Unt can sho cook fancy dishes, I wennf" Mr. Ilotsford looked cmbarnsscd. "Well, you sec, she was brought up on a f.irin," ho explained, "and hasn't had much chaoco at such things. She .nays, however, that she had qulto a reputation at homo for plain, whole inomo cooking, and she Is willing to Jcarn. t told her what yon wanted." Mrs. llotBford dropped on a stool, her ejes filling. "Oh, Johnl" she cjaru...

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. — 7 October 1904

Ill GREALJISTRESS VOMITING SPELLS LONG RESISTED EVERY EITORT TO OIIEOE. Jlra.Ilwolis thiii NoM'rak Min Tlilnka Mio M'uitlit Hum Mini Hut l'ot Dr. William.' I'ink I'llls. Mrs. Snrrth Is. Uroolis, of No. 45 TAa toln l'ailc. Clitcnso, Illlnota, gives tlio followiiiR ncoount of ner euro from dla itreHliR pcll.i of vomiting ! 'For fivo yenrs off nnd on I vrns .trrnted lu vnlu liy different doctors for relief from ft utoinnch trouble which .liiowed Itself In freinoiit rmil trying ,jpell.i of votnitlilff. IVirt of tlin timo I wis nhlo to worlr. nnd iigatn I would ba .confined to bod for tliruo or four days In tieccs!il. " Jly stomach vrns nt times so del Irate that It would not retain oven plain water. Tlio spells would sometimes occur at In tervals of half an hour, and would lenvn mo no weak that I would bo compelled to Ho down between them. I would liirto several of them during tlio night following H day of mii-Ii nttneks. Finally I became no weakened tlmt I hud togivo up working altoget...

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. — 7 October 1904

It it F it lif if t .l Hi. dr' ! .1' i 1 1 nc ursoiesE exposition i I s( tt' -ff, f'w o-x-s " h World, y I- V i- u -rut. ia'E tit I "ICATY SERVICE." 9' r It mcn eoralortnlilo fj iMKTl cml 'oarenlcut trains S I'MJUL nml tl )ilu,n.nt trip. Alt fi , WJJSfcU i;:ily'j cucr.t nbojt rntcd. Jj LINCOLN INSTITUTE HaTLS. ! I- W". '. '.'."J '."ib'o? i 4 i . t .. n ..t .. 7 ....... : ff v i'. -l n.'.'i l ' - II ! i.v , Oil V'" i U. . : M .i ll A . 1 . 1 l-su iii i - tiv i- imw ii tin T" U.e-ir needs? M nv can he I'l-cml-' iSil! il il ill if t 1 I I. liLACKHUKN. Miss Malinda JJrockmnn of -Surd Springs war. here on biisi-jie-s tins week. Mrs Trula Wilson returned f nmi Marshall Monday Miss SkIIL- Illackbu.'ii of Sweet Springs was til guest of Mrs Ma ry Guthrie for several days last -week. Miss Mildred Jackson spent Saturday and Sunday in Higginc ulc. Clias Taylor returned from O.tk G rove Saturday. Mrs Tisliie Carter and daugh ter, Miss Anna May, returned home Sunday from Sedalia where they isitcd...

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. — 14 October 1904

ay- f t I It r r 0 VOL. n. Sedalla Wookly W II Huston ... . CM. English SISDALIA, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, OCTOBER "14" . I'.ditor MautiK'M- I'ublilned ovniy Fiiilav murium; mid nitoredJit Smlnlia l'ont Officii u m-c ond clasn luuUor, Vet Year (iti ndwuicu) $j mm fill inntillw (111 advance) nil 8iuloCopy. ojicd fn thm community. For President, TitKonomi Rooskvki.t. Vice President, Chakj.ks W. I-'aihiianks. -Congressman 7tli. District. John Wclborn. Governor- Cyrus P. W.ilbridge. Lieut. Gov.- John C. McKinley. Sec'y or State- John Swanger. Atiditor- Henry Wriler. Treasurer- Jacob Onulieh. Atty. Gencral-IIerbertS. Iladloy Kail-road and ware house Com. missioncr- Frank Wightinan, Supreme Court Judge Henry l.iinini. Kansas City Appellate Court Judge James M. Johnson. Senator, 15th. Senatorial District- 1.. D. Hicks. For Circuit Judge LOUIS HOFFMAN. For Representative K.J. STKVKNSON. Vor Prosecuting Attorney C. C. KRLLY. , For Collector W. S. SCOTT. For Treasurer T. T. VIUTS. For Sheriff BI3N J...

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. — 14 October 1904

SEDALIA WEEKLY CONSERVATOR. UUHTON A i:flt.lSII, I'nlillahrrit. SUDALtA, MISSOURI. THE FARMER'S lot. TMi lii what the farmer hear When fid BOtl forth at tho dawn: Notes of nrolo lliat Mght In Konc; lcetmt ir.eledr (hut cheers Voice, otVark, Thu llnucl'a lay, ljlneblrd'a welcome To the day, Swallow Iwltter, ltobln'a trill ilunlc rare Thd heart to thrtlL TM It whnl the farmer M-ea WI.en he eta forth l ht toll t.njlrn trlbulo on the rati Three nre thing hit aennoii rildnaci Homy beams Athmirt the akjr Thnt with field Of lirUht Ueom vie. Diamond dewdrora. Verdant hills, (Jruhsy mendawa, Sparkllne rllla. TM ts rebut the tarrscr feels ' When t.c tlretrh'es forth his hnnd . To wrcM ilel.ra from hi land, Wealth that nature, coy, conceals! Halrny breath l'rom spicy grove. Kiss rif uunthlne From abovoi Velvet turf lleneath Ills feel, All about A Irngmnce sweet. Thlt Is what the farmer knows: Nature. In her otteetc-nt KUlne, Heavily Df the earth and skies. Honest tell and calm repose, rkcicta ...

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