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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 23 December 1904

Vi Ul.VVV V Ml a .1111 IT m 1 1- Jot, ' BT to the new born IMrJI Jj iV ... i . Ai i ' manclsmncrs reconcile1 'ijiiu.au ue uuuous.vise, a oifphc triumph of the skiA iuj .rnujeue uost proclaim w arh1 mclferaldAviQcl9 sine jtotkncu)bovniui5 Missouri State Teachers' Association Topic? (o Be Discussed at (he Columbia Meeting. Tuesday Afternoon, Opening Session Prof, J. II. Kenner, the President, will formally open the sessional 1:30. After the formalities of the opening, the following subjects will be discussed' W. Car.- Payne Charles jolmson, II. V. Wallace, KDUCATION DEFINED. English. HERBERT SPENSER Fulton, Mo' Calico. Mo. Springfield, Mo. ."Mrs. Jobsoivs Tact A Chkistma Story TUESDAY Evknino's Session', 75311 to 10 O'clock. Welcome addresses, on behalf of the City, Mayor F. V. Neidorincy- er and Theodore Martin; on behalf of he Columbia Teachers, Prof. h. W. Emory. Kcsponse, for the Association, l'rof. J. W. Darnel, Lin coln Institute. Annual Address, Pica. J, 11. Kenner, Marshall. M...

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 December 1904

1 I? R. : i.J Mi hi? -ji 11 fc it'; p. 5 Buy X-mas Gifts uw This is the last week in AvJiich to pet your X-mas gifts. The last few clays there Is always a great rttslt and as a result those who leave buying to the last cheat themselves out of an opportunity to buy leisure ly, as well as having a much smaller assortment from whLh to choose. Our stock is so large this year that it is utterly impossible to exhaust it. However, there is every advantage in making your purchases now. Never boforc has there bocu as larhe a variety of hol iday goods seen in Sedalia. It embraces practically every line from which you would want to choose if you had all the gifts iu the world spread before j-ou. We can only give a mere hint of its extent helpful iu so small a space, but the list may be suggestive and to you. Dolls and Doll Heads, Mechanical Toys, Steam lingines Drums, Horns, tops, Shaving Sets. Cuff ami Collar IIo.v es, Toilet Cases, Work, Glove, Jewel and Knit Iloxcs, Manicure Sets, Wood, Gla...

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 December 1904

VOL. ii. SEDALIA, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 3o"l9o47 NO. w r h: ' oHday axe ever; let c;c'i of us be up and at it with ; tinconn him n il.. mil t t hi Ay Cod vouchsafe unto oi. dean carter, a prosperous and Happy New Year fi.lcd with abunJant opportunity to do good. t f t Calkii Powers still languishes in a Kentucky prison, as a vii uijwi u.iii ;i.iircii ana wiioiuco justice. Another ti;mi upju Keutuckian history tbt will not be easily eiased. t 1 t Eish we reach you again, Missouri State fcoverenment will have passed into new hands. It i most carnstl'v hoped that the coming session of the General Assembly will enact a better class of laws for the police and electoral admistraiiun of our three great cities Si. Louis, Kansas City and bt. Joe. 1 t t Rkcknt outbreaks of crimes among our own people in this city .impel us to statu titat the law are too laxly executed. Some restric tions should be placed upon lawlessness and the outlaw clans. Our religious, social and domestic circles ar...

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 December 1904

SEDALIA WEEKLY C0NSE8YAT0R. llt'STOX A KMGI.ISII, ml.Il.hcr.. SEDALIA, MISSOURI. NAN O' THE! DOCKS ! nr J. C. PLUMMKR (Ofjrltlit, lW.fcr bSf M017 I'ob. Go.) A tv'lSP of .1 r.trl was Nan, lean as to A body nnd lithe as to motion, m she slipped between pile of coltec bags in March of thoso iitray beans which trickled out of snags In thu tacks. Much In the way, she was oftentimes, of stevedores nnd laborers and she es caped sudden nnd violent death from the hoofs of horses and Wheels of wagons by the merest ghost of a rals: Admitting, for argument's sake, that Nan's face was clean, a romlitlon In which no man had ever seen It, and alFO admitting, a wild flight that, her being habit"!! In raiment that was whole nnd clean. Nan would have been pretty. The dirty little chin was well turned, the nose n pure Grecian, the month sensitive and the blue eyes they wero never lifted In vain when their owner begged a few coffee beans, That mass of unkept, tangled hair might look a coarse red 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. — 30 December 1904

A New Year's Call By Alanda L. Crocker. IfTlHINtlS nro seldom, If ever, Just I what they seem," modified Uollo Karnsworth alter her favorite author, "and pcoplo, noverl" Turning tlowty n round beforo Die long mirror she noted tho faultless reflection of tho new tnllor-mado cult, but her thoughts were otherwise occupied. "Ono must ho positively hypocrlllcnl sometimes, I find," sho continued, moro leniently. "Now, for Instanco, I run to circulate, as tho politician says, among tho pcoplo of Hanover Square, this aft ernoon, wishing them tho Joys of the New Year as If life was simply rellccted Paradlso. Hut tho truth Is, tho cob webs aro thick In my shy nnd I havo not tho nmbtllon to emulate tho example of the old woman who went heavenward with her broom. "0, If It wero only cobwebs," sho add ed, bitterly, "that obscured my Biin, I would not hosltat to try tho sweeping process; but It'a morel" Mlta 1'arnBwortli had been delegated by her society to make, New Year calls In her neighborhoo...

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 December 1904

'V -'-Vi.il-if" ' I T V I Buy 0 X-mas Sed&lia Weekly Conservator- W JI Button ... . . Editor C. Jl KnsNh .' , . . . MnUHKCi Gift s" Now Thi.i is the last week in which to get yonr X nms gifts. The Jar.t few clays there is a' ways a great rush and as a result those who leave buying to the last cheat themselves out of an opportunity to buy leisure ly, as well as having a much .smaller assortmoir from which to choose. O.nr stock is so large this yeur tli&t it is utterlv impossible to exhaust it However, there is every advantage in making vour purchases now Never before has there b)en as larhe a variety of hol iday goods seen in Sedalia. It embraces practically every line from which you would want to choose if you had all the gifts i:. the world .spread before you. We can only give a mere hint of its extern helpful in so small a space, but the list may be suggestive and to yon. Dolls and Doll Heads, Mechanical Toys, Steam Engines Drums, Horns, tops, Shaving Sets, Cuff and Collar...

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. — 6 January 1905

0dhdk tUcehljt d VOL. u. Sedalia Wo'ikly Ooiiiarvator- I'ulitilni'il every KritUv mmuitir mu 1 entered Mt s.,il a I'o-a Office us sur oinl eland m:iticr. 'V II HiiKiim 0. Jl Knl ,h . . lidltoi ''er Your (in a'Hnnco) . t' x uiiiihIm i ill advance) SiiihIm Copy , . , ,.(J( 1 tn im ,W,tv,t. Faith. Hotter IrtiM all, and ,im deceived , Ami wcrj) that inihi (md that deceiving, Than doubt one heai 1, that, if believed, Had blessed one's life wi h true believing. 0!i, in this mocking world, too Tast The doubting fiend o'orlukuti our youtlij. Better he cheated to the last, Than loose the blessed hope of truth, . Technical World. I t t Maintain' those resolutions you mndo on January first. Al Were made in flood faith, obArro them with perfect cure t t f How much will 'you contribute to the progress of yo'ur conunu nity during l'JOS. Duo.t devote the entire year to com plains about things and condition ure not a they should be, but be brave and manly or uonianly enough to lay hold ot thc-c bad...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Conservator
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 6 January 1905

15he PRIMROSE PATH AN PATTERSON HAS FOLLOWED IT TO THE PRISON BARS. Whether Innocent or Guilty of Murder She Is Po.vng the PeneJty of sx Lffo of So-Codlcd Pleasure, Attracted by the Glare of the Footlffjhts Sho Forsakes Family and Friends for the Tfnsel of tho Stsvflo A Moral in Her Traflody. V mm " w. V .W7'" n t's.. r , rs. ssm i i it t ,4 ? &JL$&$ 7. I NAN PATTKItSON. New York. "Trom tho Olsre of the 'Footlights in (ho doom of a Cell to the Tombs," would bo n O'.tlnR title to n story at tho life of Nan Patterson, the former liOw ijlrl, charged with the murder of Caesar Young, tho well-known horse man ami bookmaker. Only n short lcpnnd a few brief mo iiiontsfromthostDgo wlththeplatidltfof .hundreds still ringing In her oars ns sho jjatly danced In tho famous "Klorndora" tiextPttblnlheRlareoflho calcium, to tho eltamal depths of the prison, to bo brand eid aH it murderer by thrnibnuds and to Jn ar the bitter and cutttiiK words of the Blern prosecutor as he laid bnre the se ...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Conservator
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 6 January 1905

THREE YEARS AFTER. Kurciiq 10. Larlo, of 73 1 Twentieth .avenue, ttekot aoltor til tho Union Sta tlun, Denver, Col,, snysl "You ore at liberty to ropcnl what I flrst Hinted through our Denver papers about Item's Kidney Pills In tlio summer of 18P9, for I have lmil no reason lu tlio Interim to change- my opinion of tlio remedy, I was subject to severe at tacks of backache, al ways npftrnvuted if I sat lontf lit n dealt. I loan's K(dmy Pills absolutely stopped my backache. I hnvo never bnd a pain or ii twlngo Mncc." rohter-Mllblirn Co.. lliiiTnl.i V V Kor miIo by nil ilruirirlU. Prleo r,a 1 cents per box. The Best Missouri News T i llmn It ('time mi, LMugtia, Bars Threat, croup, InSti. n. '.V,. u ng t unh. llroncrilUa and Atllimv A re,i. ncurn f rc nsmnptltin In tint atatfea, nnd naurart .pi in itdra'ir 0j .titca. Paa mourn, Ytl tr ii b n lim ,. ...it ..itn. f ,fi, uhi,ii...i I hr r)alra errnwhorn. Ijirmi buUltl COIIimlMlOtl. I'mclier Wnnl llefnrnio. Tlio Missouri Teachers' associatio...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Conservator
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 6 January 1905

I: ft- k II tin si Jttl Si!fc7 5tHl II II I i UNION I1ILL. Geo. C Kren.'h, of St. Louis. V.13 handshaking here Xmas. He xtas a dinner guest of his boy hood p':iy mate, A. M. Van Bu- via. Mr. Chas. Evcrth and wife of Jsapton, siicnt the Xmas, here visiting the latter'a parents. Mis. Alice Checlt 11 quite sicl;. t ireaUning wi h pneumonia. Tuesday ti.e 2th of the last . month ib a longtoberemenibercd day, like bread cast upon the water. Mrs Nannie Mills is on the sicklUt with slig'it improvniet.t. A. M. VaniJueen and wife were the yueats of Row C. R. Smith and wife in Arrow Roclc Friday. Mrs Sarah White is no bctUr haa-.becn confineu to lier bed for the past three wt-tk. Who said our Xmas. tree was . not a success? It eclipsed all former efforts and the presents were costly and numerous. A. M VanJJurcn, got a loaf bread from the-tree, the old fashioned kind. Adieu! Nineteen htiitlrcd four .Adieu! NindcM hundred five finds us one year nearer that ce lestial city than ever before Let us...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Conservator
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 13 January 1905

X getalta utaeklgt omtvmiov. VOL. ii. SKDALIA, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, JA.NOAKV i 190,. NO. 37 Sodalia Weakly Oausorvalor- Ptitilihsi'd ivery Fritlnv mornlm; aud tmlorcil (it Si'Jnlia Tost (Mice as sue ond class matter. W 11 Huston Editor (!. M Utiglk Mnnnpr Pur Year (in ndiitpce) 51.00 Six motitlij (m advance) , .00 tJitiult Copy. . , 0i P PERSONAL. aiii .., i CapiaJn Teddy. The uncrowned kinjrs, who drive the plow And guide the hissing plaue, From Maine to California, Have made their choice aain. They find the mighty ship o: state Ilaa sailed ho true and steady. They jivo command another trip To fearless Captain Teddy. The course is always swift and straight When he is at the wheel No pirate from a foreign coast Dares ever on us steal, The dinner pail is always full, The a word is always ready, The voyage safe and prosperous Hurrah for Chptain Tcddyl Minna Irving', in Leslie'a Weekly, t t t 1 1' yotj are estimating thi Btrcngth of another, it is better to over-rate than indervalue their...

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. — 13 January 1905

SEDALfA WEEKLY timmm Mt'rro a. r.KH.itit, r).ii-r. BEOAMA, MISSl-KRI. DUKE 1 PEMBERRY'S BOY lll.,, .. IIJmJ "T'IfKy"lti; a pxy nnlWftcc I 1 ihinK " Mid tlt ttrekecrxr, it- (;rpif red-facto and Unatlilii frrM an )MnH lilt 'bane fr Ur-!ggxl boy bo m h hart rangbt 1 the '( of aAxlttg a "Take on" jgn lo a, bar rel of srrp!, "All wri . , mor r he. contin ued, m ho rolled tbe tsrr: 'aribei back into More, "but bojil. par f.teklr." "Uuro't line ail she mat of v" ob larred Wh!n ton Hericoefc. "( wouldn't btve ft jouig one around wine, while w fel- Jsrn (fist ha got a "" " ' i;nl both, think lher ain't notbln' like 'fcin an" wouldn't keep bous without Urn" "They're a right smart o'reapomwtrbil liy." remarked C,art" '!""' "An' It fmM mm "j'liflK v AWT. and he nin't got Nl.llt aetfc. Dflv.c wu worfnin' feartt tUo (Jay, to, an tMi'fl Uttfe ml I rfon't Vcy what all Oak tlin'l do fer lbt boy r bit. Ileal llrae Mert got what he faetferf aa Dufce got what he could! get Mrt got tti ttt ncoi la It hr...

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. — 13 January 1905

HANDY NEWSPAPER RACK. l Receptacle of Tilts Kind Invaluable In Households Where 1'npcrs Ato Wont to Accumulate. lluttnnhollni;. Mock stitch, earning, plcol, etc., form tho stitches In use. A very uncommon and useful rack tor newspapers tnny lie mado n follows: Cut out from cardboard two eeml-clr-ftilar pieces nnd cover on lioth sides with flowered silk or chlnta to match or tono with the coloMni; of tho room In which It Is In lie placed. If preferred, a plain material may be need for th Innlclo. llnvlnn first carefully tneksd the por tions tonelher, sew nil round the tdgos neatly, nnd sew these again to a tbree- GOOD H6ME-MADE GIRDLE. A Shirred Bolt of Shaded Bilk Blb bon Is Now a Modioli Accessory. Shaded ribbons aro liked for girdle Intended to bo "worn with light silk mouses. Yellow shading Into cream, persons in particular. WENT TOO MUCH BY NAME' "V. J. llr'yan recently purchased a 100'pound silver punch bowl, unco owned by Thomas Jefferson. He se cured It from Or. J. M. Scott, ...

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. — 13 January 1905

.BLACKBOKN the Rev. Brooks at the A. M. E. Dec.30-Miascs Janc-Scalsand M m he fami;y ll)tat thc wary isutnric nnn nnimcm -ned with Mr. Jon. Guthrie at Sweet Springs. Mary Frazicr of Kansas City.is via!t:nft Irelativcs and friends hero. Money cemetery. LEXINGTON. Jan. 11. Mr. Geo. Webb baa returntd from Kansas City wher Minnie Lee, of G. R. S College, jic wa8 successfully operated up visited her aunt. Mrs. Millit; Jon at gt Margarct'B liopital- Seals. I . n... ia M!u Rmn Mrs-. Hud Guthrie' of Smitlrton Ark., visited home folk. Carter to Mr. Arthur McGee. Miss Carter has for a number of Mrs M E Murray, of Marshall, V,ars taught school hero and is Mo.,viaitcd Mrs. Thompson rc-'jj nown, Mr. McGee isu R. ccntlv. She aKo furnished muicjK porter residing in K. C. at for First Baptist Christmas En. j xvliiclt place the happy couple tcrtaitiment, 'will live. lJ.iriiigtheholiday3 the were not j Mjs.. KVm Co iQ M(. Grccn many broken heart, broken heads Shanlon jalu t Mis Ccnk.v is I thc eldest...

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. — 20 January 1905

tMm lUcckln omtmatot. VOL. it. SEDALIA, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, JANUARY 20 1005. NO. 38 Soddlia Weekly QoiuerTator. Ptlblilwd every Fildsv innriitni; and smti'rnd t SnJul n Pot ODco hh foe ond clnss mnttiT. W H fltinton Edito 0. M 1''hkIIi Mmwkc PERSONAL. Per Year (in iuHrikd) . Six ninnlh (111 advance) Sintcla Copy , 91 on . , .00 . 0.1 I John Pcnuick of Kansas City. Mo., was a visitor toouroffis U3I Wednesday afternoon, Hr is an ox student of Western Uni Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Jackson vcrsity and has had sevctal years of West Morcan street served an experience as a printer. Owinv tn.-v titnnor lt i to ill health he had to remn'ti out iwww.wiiM,,,Miw,w.wiw.iiii.iiiiiwiir'iirttri'w'j)-t Mond iv afternoon. Those prc-! school this year but hopes to Iscnt wen- the Misses Ruth Clax- '"Cr .Vr ,lulsl ' ! I ;i j., a Wfn.tio fV-iloi- nf Clennrn fourth year's WOrk. Life's Optimism. Life, with it pleasures so short; Life, with it. miseries ho long! Why worry, wlien all in ill In hope; Why not meet dis...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Conservator
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 20 January 1905

1 mi When Regular Medical Treatment Failed, Or. Williams' Pink Pills Cured Her Rheumatism. Hnmlrcdsof pooplonflllctoiHvitli rheu matism linvo spent years under tlio enro of excellent physicians in vain. Then they havo settled down (o tlio conviction that it la fastened on them for life. Mrs, Diiismoro wns not willing (o Join ,Uio ranks of llio liojvlcM merely becotiso Iter doctor tllii not htiow how to help hpr. Hum in In story : " Four years ago I suffered, irrcatly wllli rlicumntlshi in tny hands mid knees. Aft,r I lind been fcltHutfinvhllo rny lirob-i womixl so heavy I could hurdly walk on tho first nttempt. So long tut I kept moving I was nil rinlit, hut jnnt ns (toon ns I stopiiod, something seemed to ottlii in my )n,eus mlil muko them nalio. My kinds rvro so had I couldn't touch tho pnhusof them on afl.it surfaco; thoy were mtolloti mid .pained to," "DM you cnll in n physician?" '"I doctoral Blcndily for ovrr a yenri then ono doctor Mild : ' You have taken modicum ktrolig onon...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Conservator
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 20 January 1905

IlCnmOoM. CoitghoroTbrniit, Croup, Tnfln fnt. V hoop In Consh. Ilronehlt.it iM A-Uium. AnrJiinuuroforCutiiumiilon In tlfn b Bttes. lit a) ftiuiorolleflnariranfcilttAKet l-oniotuc. You mul o rtoolK'nt effect after tjiktrij; ttio first Cold by tlcatiTi rrvrrnlit'te. l,a 'no butt's ttctjnta una w rent". PatiifKi I.e. AdrrcH KKM1 I1A1AAM, I. IS UOV.N. Y. OOO Plants for I6c, i n itti'l ft ma r piiintiHl t i Ct i than tv t elh r In C 'l i. Tit. r Uirft-n l.r HA. wit Tcr i M rr for thn pr n of onf it iifrnMlnl fnlt, li.rt4itn.lo (.iii.H.y llt.MM Q mKQU iii lo-Utmiim bufrt i for f a Cunts PoatnnfJ hmi i htit, nam urn iiitnt, WW !! Jwii-f liintliMr fwm lilinihUt ltlrr, t(t ltllt Imi; UtlsM. IflUM fltiitl4 nli, )Hit hir larl HsvHAm, y Ut.rltiailj KriMatt ltn. A'uf khpii m kir--r utturttnftl r'rnt hmjh i if i nwi t n t ii ni- -In luitheU ut lirltlltiiit i kUl'lf- tht with " (rrffcl i-.j.i(r.tt iHhkUaL t k i .(. , i.irII Fi nit ,' , all lor in-ip it rtii tint iMtiirf. HIQ, fit n K ( JOHH A.aAlI...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Conservator
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 20 January 1905

! T?.u.-."i! aoi-i'iiitt nt t!i,' A ME T1IF. cJiurch are meeting with succcjb as quite a number cm inter st cd in redemption of their sopls. One has professed a hope in the Christ. CLINTON Mrs. Stone, who has been visi tiiiff friends mid relatives here returned to her home in Kansas City Sunday. MIw Henrietta Gibson, who has been visiting her parents here for sever.il day, returned to Sednlia S.itunku icMi.ne her school work. Mr II. Akrs is dangerously iti at this writing. Mr. C. Ovoes. of i olme, v.'.ih h visitor at the residence of S. Cruse Sunday. SWfcET SPRINGS. Jan 17 Prof E. L. J. Simpson lias been on the sick list for sever nl days. Wc hope tnat he may "be able to be at hia post of duty soon. Louis Day is seriously ill at this writing as 1h also Arthur Willis. Attend the sa'e of John H. Jones on the 18 of Fedurary. Miss Mayma Malljry and bro ther John oi Boonville, Mo., who have been viuiting the Hrent fam ily, during the past two weeks departed for their homes Sunday morning...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Conservator
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 27 January 1905

VOL. it. SBD'Afc'IA, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, JA,yl 27 ;M$it Wjekly Ojiuervator- Mthlfd oTnrv Fridnv miriintr niut llUklfl it Kcillllll I'oit OffiiS' Ad fHi 4llk ttHtler. vV (1 Hu-ti.n Editor Per Yen- (III !v" re) . mnntli" ' in nilvuiic") Hiijtfl" 1'iipv . si on , .CO . OS PERSONAL Oppoiiuiiiy: Master of human destinies am II F- ii love ami fortisn" on my foqtfteps wait. itics an'l fields I walk; I penetrate Desert and eas remote, and paseing by Hovel and mart and palace soon or late I knock unb ddcti once at cvery.gatel If sleeping; wake if feasting,, rise -before I turn away. It is the hour of fate, And they who follow me reac'i every, state Mortals desne, and conquer cvery-foe Save death; but thsoe who doubt.or hesitate. Condemned to failure, penury Hud. woe, Seek me in vail and uscl'ssly implore. I answer not, and I uturu no morel John James log-alls. "MvsTitRiors StrarR',r -tor to great a task .or ou. t 1 I ' is the milking of a United Statcrf Sena- t t t Rc.ifil.v lias her intcunl d...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Conservator
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 27 January 1905

"SB SSEDALIA WEEKLY' CONSERVATOR. MCSTOX A KNOMlli I'nblUliem. EDAr,lA, MISSCUIM. POBK AND DEANS. 'Tin. not n dainty tlA-feorti woiilcf rellah Thoo rrnstlnir est! if n-.v ttmliffi - Tbo mime would r.oitr wlih fir,uo cmbet. llh . ' . Thf IRfnil if Meh n.nlnfb f5f l,B.l ilffthlnif can get niftf c prWr peilpn , "J'- On 11,0 hungry spot 'rJlti !: (liner's i-an Rive mor comfort and rstlsfuellon To n seaming stomach than, pufk. unci ' lAIW, - -v- . , ( d;, KThere nn't nothln I llko bftl. ter'n a piece o' lrcsh bcrfstoak smuth. crcd In onions, An' cabbage b'ilcil II what 1 calculate to hare fer dinner three days in the week,' " 'There It Is,' says tho old man, sadly. 'Inez has a conniption lit If she snielts'cMton's robkln' around tho house nu' she Jest despises cabbage. I don't know, whether ahe.got wore pcriilckoty after sho' cemic back from" vlsltln' her 1 cousin at St. Joe, but I do know J hat thcro hain't no tnbbagu nor onions cooked In this homo sotuo an' hot mother; backs- her up tn...

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