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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 18 November 1904

oooooooooooooooooooooooooo A Marvel of Relief St Jacobs Oil Eifo xnj sure lor Lumbago and Sciatica Cl II It I'm stx-cl'le virtus (A ji"wtfi!lon In th1 i remry Itul carries it riirht Ij Iks rain tp, -O sivl cnctls a prompt curs. 2 COOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO URGES TEACHERS TO WED. aeriimn Leader Advocates Mitrrlage as Means to Aid Cause at Public Education. Matrlago ns a means of fostering Villi, Ic education was advocated at tho uce.itioii recently flven In New York ly the Society of KducatlonM Hc .tearch In honor of Drs. Von Seebcrg. Dunclicr nud Kuypcrs. Dr. Von Sec Ver and Ur. Dunckcr aro privy coun cilor of the German government and McinberH of the Gorman ministry of .oiniiKirio. Dr. Knypers la suporlnteu Ifiit of schools at DuMeldnrf. They have been Investigating public idiool i.ielliodH In various purtH of America. Dr. Dtinukir spoke In high praise of the American 8)stcm of education aa lit and tilt colleague Jmd found it. llo had discovered, he laid, that American Instructors ...

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 November 1904

Editorial Comment rmer's Conventl. n End' rcd And 1.3 Pomot' is Hn cout aged. :Seo the lbilv Papers for Our From the reading of the reso lutions adopted b.. the Farmer's I Convention la-Id at Lincoln Insti tute, Jefferson City, Mo,, Nov., I arc assured thnt President ' Benjamin K. Al en is dc ing prof itable work for ihe promotion 01 MEET ME AT TliE WIDOWS' BANQUET VT LIHRTY PA!U& THANKSGIVING NIG. IT, NOVEMBER 34, 1904. Mirth, Millie And Fun. Admission 40 Cents REVS. NORMS & WARFIELD, MGRS. M.initicent World' Fair Service Agriculture, among our pcopk made a pcrraiincnt feature of the 8 Uaily Pauiciiger Tram Kaeh 1 lll)'llotu GrM Central West 1 work of Lincoln Institute and 3 Daily Wut. 57.50 Joiind Trip to St. D-iily Good for 00 days. 37.00 Round Trips to St. Louis sold daily good to Dec rtur. 15th. '04 for Ihrber Warded A splendid op portuni'y is offered a first-clas barber in a thriving country city. Vail on or write Albert Smith B'ack water, Mo. FOR SALE A $300 StyvcKtan...

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 November 1904

r Consent VOL. it. SB DA LI A, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, NOVEMIIER 35 1004. NO- joi Hohlia Weokly Oonsorvator- W II. Huston C M llngl-ili Kilitor Milliliter Piibllhaed every Fridnt nun ihiu' mid itiiored st Nrd.din I'oit Ofilce sec end tliina mutter. Pur Yenr (in ndxnncv) . Q'x tainlhs Un fidvuticn) Mingle Copy l.00 , .00 . . .05 Tub business and professional neg-oes of Central Missouri, cer tainly, should organize immedi ately themselves, in order that they may b.comc more closely identified with the development of this section of t ) .State. New ideas, of great importance, can beat be disseminated among the people by means of organization. Other people, in t da section of the atate, have organized their farming, poultry, professional, fi nancial, eduatioiial and oilier in terests into great co-ojer.tive so cieties, that arc fruitful of good result to the various inter.. sis "represented, And. furthermore, our people, the negroes, in other sections, have organized their va ried interests. ...

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 November 1904

;SEDALIA WEEKLY CONSERVATOR, HUSTO.V A. nVOI.ISII, I'nlillslxrsi. tiUPALlA, siissoaitr. THE CHANCE. Wo can't return when all l ended hie . To light the wrongs o do, to mend mis tnkfs; WVo can't icturn to dry a Mnfsle.tcar Or Aooiho or.o r.oarl that tor our folly ' achca Ve may cot care, nt last, when oil Is done, vn mv not frel or time rrsret or ceei Tlif ernxf, Indeed, may IrtthocnJ, miJ noiw Timt die may Know what wu or is 10 no. 2!ut If ll tv not no, If from 1ihlnI Tlio cuilnrii that dcilh cnrla we may looli out, Jlowr shall It bo Mlth tliem who nke to nmt I The mark of Mm thnl ehumo tlcm aticwn MliOUtT llow ulinll It ho with them that n-ll or make The ihlnRH that hriiUillie or strangle pride? J low nhHll It he ltli then, .hat forthcwllic of wrongful saina put all but Hreed aside? V enn't return 10 rliiht Ih wrongs nedo. , If, waklnu j under, we miiy buckHurd nlanro; There Is a chance that death ends all, 'Us liue, , llul con wcwell afford lolakn the ehnnce? U. u. Kistr. In fhlca...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Conservator
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 25 November 1904

IMPERSONATES BROTHER. Pon Will Try to Hide Brother's Death from Blind Mother During ( Iter Last Days. If lovo nrnl flllnl' devotion enn serve, Mrs. Kathorlno Kelly, of Philadelphia, who Is blind, will end hrf days In Igno rance of tho fact that her oldest son, Lawrence, Is dfad. To prqvcnt knowlcdRo of his dcnilso from rwhliiK tho mother, who Is fi jmrs old, another son has undertaken tho tank of Impersonating his brother so topi; na she shall live. Kelly was burled tho other day from tho homo of his sIMtir. When Lawrence did not return homo as usual one even ing mother became restless and fre quently nalied what was detaining him. Finally Mlrhavl Kelly, m of the two surviving nous, stepped Into the breach. Ills olcu Is very llfco that of his brother. "Hero 1 am. mother," said Michael, acting as though ho had Just intend tho housf. "1 wai delayed." The answer satisfied Mrs. KHIy, who felt for Michael's hand mid patted It sollly. Then olio fell asleep, Method of Deduction Unknown, A ...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Conservator
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 25 November 1904

Convention of The ! Y. M. C. A., .s Convened Al Mnrsbnll, M . In Annua! inventioti; was c tiki tu order by r tiring president, the Rev lobbies, of St. Joseph. The Y. M. 0. A , of the Stale tin- small low. where fiu assOcia lion cannot b.' supported to keep in touch with the jming men ol the (."lumuitu rta and feviul the names of any nie.i Icving' the Coniimniiliu. for larger town, mo that tile association of tliv to.m 10 which thev ma) g may secure Christian hoard ing-hoiises .oul put tin :n u -der Curi-tinn hill., eiices, lluis -iving them srin in.. STATISTICS tV fiUJJATjOM ATTACKS ANTI-NEGRO LAW Microtia M-ko Favorable ! otf. lug lu kdueatiouul Wo. k. Washington, D. C. Nev. The I Ex sourctury John O. Chrtulc Would Pormtt Kducntiou tf Jlotli ltno jB m i cro.i College -The Nicholasvillc. Kv.. Nov. report ot the commissioner of ", ConHlilut,0Ull,tv of the Day hill, uction for the fiscal vear ending ; whii;)l . I C, 1 1 1 Li co-education o( vhi;e and colored pupil-,, was at- .tunc, 3U...

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 December 1904

rrlta tUcckln ConsertJator VOL. it. SR'UUA, NlHtfonVl. FRIDAY7 1)E:iS.lRR 2 iao.t NO. 31. Sililia Weakly Oousorvatoi V H IIiiHttui . Kilito M annul- ( 1 P NiiMiliwil t'Vi'rv rVliliiv nwrn ni tinil HiitHi-t'il at "H'd.il'ii Oflli'i- iih nee- 1 mill i'Iiisi mill NT. IVr yt-.'ir (in ii'lvimco) . . . SI IHi fllx ni'iiiilii ' 111 miIviiikvO . . . , .01 ' Siiivli- '"t'V Whkhk is the Civic Improve-1 aunt League and wliat has be- j come of the Colored Mar hingj Club? Will their promoti-i s al-1 .low them toilnlt ilo"i nocuous' d -no' Mile" ? Hulh ol these nrgin iation .should be maintained In deed, steps must In- taken to re suscitate them by some of our brave spirits. Just think of it! More than a Iiil'ion and a lulf Dollar?, -.re an nually spent in the United States alone for ardent -pint. ' What a vast a gregntcof finance to be us cii without icceivit-g- any whole some rrturn. More-over, static tic- indicate that more money is spent .innualh for spiri nous li quors alone, in this con try...

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

SEDALIA WEEKLY CONSERVATOR. 1 i' HUSTON A ISHW.ISII, I'nbllnhrr.. 6KDALIA. MISSOUIU. Romance or the TimeLimit Tic&et By IILftE MANIATES (Copjrijhl,l,br Dlly Story l"ul. On.) THU bluc-coutcd ticket taker walked down Iho aisle of the rapidly moving tialn, with ttio case peculiar 10 train officials Ho had mi exceed insly bored air. frum tho fart thnt al ready seven tickets, purchased from r.nilpers nnd exceeding the dato of ev j (ration by one day, had been ten tiered Mm. "Why la II," he ashed, as he en--countered the I'ullinnn ninductor In the vestibule, ' that people hato to cough up tlio price of a railroad tick et? I don't know of anyone who gets money given ho grudgingly na a con- ductor." "Unless It Is a dentist," suggested 'the I'ullmati conductor. Tho train conductor pursued hit way Into the diner. Krom a well groomed, well-garbed man, who looked a8 If he might live at the ex pense of tho government, tho conduc- tor fully expected a pass. Instead, ho , tot one of the bogus ...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Conservator
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 2 December 1904

Happenings in Missouri. IiibImIh un Unltl 3l'i1nlt Tho Missouri world's fair commis sion Is determined to aecuro a sold lucJal (or tho Missouri building. Should tho superior Jury fall to award n Kold medal for tho silver onn which wan tnliort nwn; n few days ago the nnitt'T will be taken to the national commission for final settlement. Tho burning of the building la now ad vanced by tho members of tho coin rilwlon as an additional renson for the itwnrd of n gold medal, There Is nothing left now by which tho beauti ful structure may bo remembered, Tho stain will got nothing but n modal now out of thn Mritcluro, as tho money that wculil hmo been received for boI tf.a l lost. As nonio compensation fitr the nmnount lost by tho stato In Iho Missouri building flrn, therefore, the commission has a dotiblo right now to expect jiiatli'e In Ihu matter. All AlnrmlitiiMilN llcfriittMl, The official voto on tho constitution al amendments In tho lato election was announced Krlday. All Kho nmenilm...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Conservator
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 2 December 1904

MRS. NELLIE DAVIS. ILMON Mil. I. KATY 04'-i A. R SM.K- ; Dry niul dtmy. I tt . T. n j ' ., . . i ' mtiurille Ci y outu lt Asks That Hair Dresser. j 'J lie cold weather I an brought it no uto-arca -fftr mat . . . I... ,.....! Ml!.... ..1 ... I.I..1. vlnlfd lli'n.fl l:.. . ,.r I .. I. raiil. I Ull Ill'K '""'j; in'Kin niMkii, -,..... J mi line i urti'j;-, "'ri-. ".".-.i . , . . , . ti abroad iii tUi I mil aittl is more pompadour, apd the best branil ' fatal to hofs than cholera, nf haii-oil. face bleach, whitening : ' Mrs Maggie White came down from Kansas Cttv ritturduv ni ht 1 0 4 K . Cooper. St where she spent the past two Week visit ng friends-anotlici 1 s'nil mad hapiy. Geo Conway and wife, Arthur ('oi.waj ami Mis- Flia M.india.I wcitr in Slater Saturday. : M s Jud.i Pier visited frien s ami relatives in Mar-.hu!. last Week j Mrs A M Van Huron was call ed to the h -rneof Mrs C I? Smith t Arrow Rock, w ho has b en ve- mMkMmEkMM , (Julio a lage H viit,N Y"U ".n iiuv on K I here atte...

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

Cicfmlia IDcckln Conservator. VOL. ii- SEDALIA, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, DECEMBER t) 1904. NO. 3, A liigginsville, Missouri, editor t.-ik-s -xeptioHs to the appear-, anccon the program at a recent Teachers" Meeting of a negro lad,", teacher. No reason is alleged other than race prejudice upon the part of the editor. This instance coupled with the Marshall Y. M. C. A. incident dotwrnstxatcs clearly, why the Southern people, a, very great majority, have such a narrowly selfish conception of Jill jgrcat American jucstions. From the pulpit, in the school-room and thru her public press, the South feeds and builds fcer public .tcatimcnt upon nVhtcrrd prejudice. And whenever one oT her progressive sons ot daughters take i decided stand for right and true Americanism they arc insufferably ostracised. Such has been the case in several instances in recent years. It as very unfortunate for tlic South that she has allowed her. wicked prejudi ce to vo-cnthrll her. She has no broad-minded imr, liberally...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Conservator
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 9 December 1904

fcSfji&fcS .?- -r , , 1 1 1 SEDALIA WEEKLY CONSERVATOR. lll'STOX A IlisrjMSII, I'nlill.her.. 6EDALIA, MISSOUKL An Experiment Br r. D. LINTON TDWAHD WtADY confided to Chnr JQ, loy Stanley. Ills friend, Hint h End wanted for raoro tlian a year to propose to IJlhcl llayne, but tlint ho bad never been able lo summon sufll clcnt courage. Charley toughed at lilm. Ho knew that (Irady wns a good fellow, though extremely lltnld. While thinking of hiiuo plan (o braeo Orady up, he re membered a conversation he had had the evening before with I'rof. Vulker, n hypnotist. "I have It!" he cxelalmcd, slapplns tlrady on the hack. "Courage, or no rourdge, to-morrow night you wlil propose Como with mo nnd meet I'rof. Walker. He can fix you up." .Stanley stated briefly the case to rrof. Walker. "My friend here wants to propose 1o-morroy night. You rod," lie said. In roitcludlng, "ho Is somewhat bashful. It occurred to me that you could help Jiim by hypnotic suggestion." "t.ot me stc," Mid the profe...

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. — 9 December 1904

AN INVITING PROSPECT. Will Canada In tbo next quarter of century tako tho placo of the United States tts tho great wheat exporting section ot tho western homtsphcrol Everything points that way. In tho opinion of experts tho United States ha reached high wnter mark as a wheat Mporllng country. Tho IncrcMlug population over thcro lias reached tho point when homo consumption Is bo coming annually groator In proportion than tho Increase In wheat production. As a matter of fact wheat production Is decreasing over thcro as tho land be comes moro valuable and by reason ot tho demand for other forms of produce for homo consumption. It Is said that tho wheat crop this year Is not moro than 70 por cent, of tho crop of 1901 nnd much bolow tho crops of 1002 and 3803. It Is estimated that this year tho United Stales surplus for cxportwlll not bo over 100,000,000, which Is less than any year slnco 1878 with two ex ceptions, Not only Is this tho cao, but c, considerables quantity ot tho best Can a...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Conservator
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 9 December 1904

.1 n-.H , .V-. .1 J, nine inwimr ftT-1 i.n I U." inn T. t!-.c hill fee iLcsc r-ca'wn?.:, 1OanfCITitlr''.'jnmt fc;.s fattier l;.id lec honu ' lKrm J '' fonr jnmit.rsWcavhis' " MiKMf.aAcatl-; ihat he w ii! j.w-ut's "!tnvf;.-s .cikJ ftiniwr 'tl.a:U(C Swl3 is th -1 irnc cc. Mr Card ol TaanVs. K. Salter r-ports that ti jif ' Vpe . ......... KANSAS CITY . 3 K,1,or vineriai.nneiit xfiven at Jhci ..'.fla'1 Morgan Su Iiaptst vbmvli re- ... fttjcwitiy lil a literary and j. 'financial stirns. and wishes to ' etcn-d hvr sincere thinks toall ' who participated in the program. wires too -m kotos Easy Credit Terms PIANOS ORGANS SEWfffG MSHHiS STOVES rti RftKfiESv vt an mn et vo cn?a HHWirtSTEELSIFES, TYPWMTES ai 9f FJCE TWMrtWE TromWW on. W trw Cfc& IttirMt umnnUctntMi MTth, .Tm utUnftltr-fl eiiplul -H 41rcc1tpom ihe-u-1rliPTtnTiifmlfit TtK l'.SV JYiTVlMJr VAVMTNIS ID .-.m'tabl Tnirt 111 T1 TM cf lh (rlrt. -r-o-rth'T'mitnnfarttim will Jc l-.Jrrar.ltoirJ-TiitCcitnM X, 3&5 THE ENCLOBOOO CO. ...

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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 16 December 1904

ft VOL. it. SIUUUA, MISSOURI. FRIDAY UKCRMHKU 16 1004. NO. 33. IP MM COLLKC-RNOTliS Misses Mavftnm Marshall, J u- U li.i North ami the Messrs R Q. I Y 1 tfTht HIHl 11. I . Kveves Were ;t V. MKIJS'CJIKR MhUsntlKl). i called home on account of illne.su. UEV. W. H. SMITH. Presiding Eld.r af Se a'ia DVrirt, Centra! Missouri M. K. Conference. Ucsidcncc 235 W. Johnson Street hide: Surlli is ni.ikin ; h'.s tourth quarterly round oir hirt second year's work on tin-. di-tri:t. Surces has attended his "elfoi'ts; 1m reports m.my converts in ! lie charges and will if o up to 1 on fe iv IK-with 1 tei tor report iliiin last yciir. We a re pr.ul ol him b cause he receiv d his educational ;ied icliious training ln-re, tind i a Sedftliau. After teach ing for seven yoiirs lie felt th call to enter the ministry; with pleasure he entered the wot i ami ha given IS ywir.s service to the chun h in this catwcity. His home stun mind ing is luippv. being verv fond of children h seems to bent the height of fe...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 16 December 1904

SEDALTA WEEKLY CONSERVATOR. IIOSTO A I'NUMSII, I'nbll.liers. 6LDALIA, MISSOURI. 1 THE END OF f THE CHASE ; I By qhacs adele pieh.ce 1 creeping with Icy clutches up and down his back. He felt ho mutt bo moving, (or n siege of gout In a place like Maplcton would bo unbearable. As he started forward, something a gray, feathery thing started up from a little pond jiint below In tho meadow. 10 put up his eyeglass it was a goose. "Hut a goose Is better than nothing," thought he. "I can't go bnc to that landlord with nothing In my hag." Howover, while ho waa collecting his scattered Bcnscs tho gooso flew, away, maMng good time, as geese fly, over tho meadow. John Houston named In pursuit. "All my life I havo been on a wlld-gooso chase," he thought; 'I won't lvo up now." Over hillocks, over bogs, now down In tho voty slush, now T was ono of those dull, gray days , confronted by barbed-wire fences, ho of later autumn, which to often i Kept up his chase nftor the gray goose. tilings suddenly ...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Conservator
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 16 December 1904

any. "That la tlnnkini tlicy "GIMLETS" BORED THEM. rflook of Conceited Author Lacked Popularity with tho Head ing l'ublto. Though Itobcrt W, Clumber 9 t nop. uW author, lie will raii-ly talk about bis bunks, in) n literary i-iclunga, "1 hate literary conceit," Ut said the other ilny. "If on architect buiMs t lood house, hie frietnla, on aciount of it, aou't reifiml linn an a god, and he doesn't regard himself aa 0 rod. Tho same with u engineer. If ho builds a good bride it i 111 the ilay'i work, ami that la all thero is about it. Hut if n man writes good book, why. then lliero must bo genius in him, end before tins genius ha himself, as well u all tho woild, must tiow down, Hot. "Literary conceit is distasteful to me," Mr. (JliHtnbcrs said, "and 1 lilts to tea it token down. It was well taken down in the caso of n N'cwr York man recently, lie lina written a novel, 'liimlct,' and tho public libraries have put thin book on their allelic. Tho man called at on of tho libraries to find n...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Conservator
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 16 December 1904

Sj.'akv Weikly 'Jjiwcrvaioi'. W II Itadiiii l KtrA .11 . Alitor M:(M Kf Z'T-jlitiwil ititv l-'n.l.iV immmi'iu' ni i. r-.vd hI Si.(,V I'.wt OlaVii in kv Geo. Hanks, of Naplon, was u Su.iday caller on a lev of Ills iriends. 1$ .Moor, of Slater, is visiting here this wvek. m I i liiiu iiiiiIIlt. I'.t Ycrtf (in n'lMinrol . . . . $t.O' Six tlllllltll-i ' III lldviltRv) ....... .0'' X'lu-li' Ctipv. t OlmOosley' of Iljjttville' was j tdsltor lie re a few davs last week .ii rs .losopn binmr .miss uiiic IVndcxier and 'A Hush' Arrow Rock veiled Mrs J 1! Davi's Sun lav. RICHMOND Mrs. Fannin Ttiylnr, a former ns'ueiU of Warsaw, Mo., but who now resides in Molurly, Mo. is the guest of the Rev. I). L. T.uker. Rcy. Sicplieii Garner is con ducting a l clival at Viuttesburg. Missouri, Miss Rdns Tucl.cr.-'fter a sev eral weeks stay in Kai as City, Mo, returned home Sunday cv cni.ig. Mis M iiul G.irner who has had a : e ere ..it toll of Rheumatism for several days is now convalcs cent. Mrs. Maltie Cla...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Conservator
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 23 December 1904

Iff'! 4 Settolia tUccltln omtxmtot. 3 1 14 i VOL. ii. SEDALIA, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 23" 1904. .NO. 34 ; A Good Man At Rest. ir rv r ev. JL,. 13 . Durivs I'astor Burns Chapel. Free Baptist Church R-v. E. 1). Hums is one of Sedalia's wide awake pastors. During the past year his congregation has builta nca church edifice on 10. 1 'ittis street. This congregation, aside from being the sniallestin the city, has exerted greater energy than any other. The good brother is a self made man, having been left an orphan during the Kebellion. Possessing indomitable will he has succeeded in educa ting aimself and at present is the principal of the llluckburn school i'i (Saline county. His congregation has the greatest respect for him, becaut-c of his having accomplished so mrch for them. A MKRKY CHRISTMAS, TO YOU, DEAR READER, t t t W11.1. you hand the representative of this paper your subsciip lion this wee!;? t t t " Oon-srumi the Xcgro teachers of this st'nte in their work at Columbia nex...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Conservator
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 23 December 1904

1 MUSIC Makes A Merr CHRISTMAS $io.oo Sonds A PIANO To Your Home $5,oo Sends An ORGAN To Your Homo The S. K. Payne Plan makes it safe and economical to buy one. Special in prices until January ist. Piano Players are actual necessities and the most acceptable and most delightful all year Cliristmast Gift you could make. Special Christmas Bargains in Guitars, Mandolins, Violins, Banjos, Accordeons, Talking Machine;, Music Boxes. Music Uolls( joc to S4.oo. Piano Stools and Benches. Scarfs Special in Sheet Music Half Price. Music Hooks of all kinds Don't fail to visit this store before deciding upon your Gilts. CATAI.OGUIJ KRISIJ. S. R. Payne 5os OHIO STKElvT. BED A LI , MO. their Xmas entertainment Satur day, Dec. 24 th '04. Mesdamcs Miller and Hunter, of Versailles, were. pleasant call crs of Mrs Laur.- Kclby, Monday Girl Sued Negro On Breach of Promise for $5iOoo CHRISTMAS AND NEW YEAR.. Greatly Reduced K.ites VIATIIK Rev Divers returned from Pi lot Grove Monday, He was called there ...

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