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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 3 March 1905

IT IS II JE 8L000 Nolthor Liniments nor Ointments Will Roach Rheumatism How Mr. Stephenson Was Cured. Pcoilo Willi Inflamed mid ncliliig jolntu, r painfril muscle iwoplo who nhufllo nlwut wf 111 tlio aid of o nuio or n crnteli nml cry, Oh I nt every uliRht jar, nro conxtiititly nukliiK," What la Iho best tlilujf for rliciitiintUm ?" To nttoinpt to euro rliOTtrrmtlsni liy ex tcnml ninillcnllons In n foolMi wnMo of time. ThuBontof tlio disease) 1.1 in tlio lilnoil.nml wlillo tlio Miirui-vrlmiiMiiiiK lotfousnml ffrcuso on tlio ftkhi (ho ikjIbou in tlio circulation U increasing, Dulayniit niloptliiKtiHeiifillilutrentiiieiit nro 1aii?proun bwmiMi rlioiiiiuitiKtn may nt nil)" iiioniontreneli thuhonrt nml provo fatal. Thoonly RnfoeouMO forrhi'iiiunllo BtifTereM in to (ct tlio boht iWMlblo blood remedy ft oncu. tr. Sloplii'iiKon's cxpcrlcnco with thla ob.itlnato nml ilistronsliiB rifllictiuii is that of lmmlicds. He. nij: "About u year no 1 was nt tucked by rivcto rhciitmitlo pains in my lo...

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. — 3 March 1905

CORRESPONDENCE DEPARTMENT. I Social. Religious and Business Hap penings of the Week. UNION HIM.. A. J. Vnn lliuen, of Hardeman, auU Mr. Bausily.of Marshall, were visitors here, recently. Jasper Mills and Mts. A. M. Van Buren were shopping in Slater, Wednesday. The many friends of Bishop Harris are glad to know that be is able to be out again, aftct having been kept in for two weeks by se liuus illuei-s. ' Some of our white neighbors seem to ksow the gam ol checkers since they move one after the oilier, Little Alice Aurora Vuu Buren celebrated her 7th birthday, Tucs day,.Feb 21st. She was the rc undent of iv number of handsome presents. The guests on this occa sioa were Miss Ma'y Smith, of Arrow Rock, jasper Mills, and wife Harrv White, little Roberta Thorn is anil Henrietta Mills. One of our good neighbors, who recently snbscrided for the Conscr vstor, sets aside everything on Sat v.i day nfteruooin, in order that h inav tide to the nost office. He tides with H speed for the office,...

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. — 10 March 1905

rtttttf rtMf rtir qk--v 1 a 11 VOL. ii. SKDALIA. MISSOURI, FRIDAY, MARCH I01905. General Ceofge R. Smith Extracts from an address delivered in the the George R. Smith Colleg Chap el by Prof. H. L. Billups. mercy and angels of peace. From our little beginning, there will, in lue time, go 'orth from thos" sa-crr-d college walls nilnistets, me chanics, tcuchers, artisans, farm ers, seamstresses, housekeepers, printers! painters, bViqkstntths. shoemakers, swtet singer V tunl other profession U, . ks tne scores go forth, -id -. th . A her A-G-Whooler Q.W.Whitoi WHEELER'S Shaving Parlor s of the fzsim by Rev. W. IS, Smi h th K I1 'I till .1' vip Shaves, Unir-Cuts, Sham. ' ptios Sea-F'nme fttid Hair-Sit . ivnowledgcshall . I 1 . .irt! ,iu the waters List n: let mc live oWSf man, I rolraie if yen w ill, 1ft lire Ifvi- on ' j bi enit and water; let pintiS-i.. , poverty do her v rrV, '!.. .tin all tbiaiii y ti i 'lit'ii i Dim he j educated. Tim lack ot a dimn-lo-datc, i-otnmon- etisr, literar...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Conservator
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 10 March 1905

S3ilia Weekly Conservator- 1'ablilnnd orery Friday moruinr- nud rxituroA At fljdalln Post OHlc-v nt cuo on 1 cId-19 matter. W. H. Huston Per Year (in ncKmico) . i'x immtlu (in advance) 6ugo Copy. ........ Editor! H1V'"K purchased the Sedalia (Times', noticr is hereby given ' that it will not be published in the . , 51.00 future. Arrangements have . . , .00 heeii midc with the SrcnALf.v Cos'- 03 Rjv. M. W. Djar, A. M., PJi. D president of Wiley Uni versify, who will deliver rv lecture, under tile auspices of the Students' Lecture Bureau, in the George R. Smith College Chapel, on the Evening of March the 17th. skrvator to continue the sub scription of nil paid up subscrib ers to the cpd of their term. The list are b-iug carefullv gone over, and readjusted if in any subscriber to 'he Times fails to receive the Conskkvator. please notify at once.- Delin quent subscribers are notified nut to send money to the under . signed or the Conskrvatok. Persons whose subscription the The Rev. M. W...

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. — 10 March 1905

Mrs. Richard Sanders l S Braids, Bangs, Pompa- 5 3 dours, and etc. Shampoo- s f ing, Dying, Blenching the 5 3 Hair a specialty. 3 S 3 o g Facial and Bust Massage, ft Hair Tonics. Massage $ 3 Cream. Workguaran- C 3 teed or money refunded. 3 Write for particular.-. ' P 412 N. Lamine St p Bell Phone 734. 11. G. PHILLIPS. LAWYER. 110 W.l Halnatroet SEDALIA, ------ MO j. M. Harris, M. D Physician and Surgeon. 116 W. Main St., Scdalia, Mr OFFICE HOURS 10:00 to 12:00 . ni. 4:30 toG-.3Q p. m. Residence 23( W. Morgan St. II. II. WEBB, M. I). Physician and Surgeon. offiok noumi 0 tJ 13 til. 2 In 6 p. 111. MRS. NELLIE DAVIS. ! Hair Dresser. I" till Hue of bangs, wigs, braids pompadours, andflhc best brand of hair-oil. face bleach, whitening 1 0 7 11 . Cooper. St GR0WTHER & SON. UVERY MEN. The latest style rigs, and tlit Beat groomed horses The tnos courteous treatment accorded ti all Come and nee us. Sweat Sprln?, Mo. CALIFORNIA Very low Onr-'Vay Co'cnlst Ra!as. March 1st ta May I5lh tJTv ...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Conservator
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 10 March 1905

L'BRARY SAjfo Hrcthern of Hip Central -Mk HOittl Conference: The library of- tile late Xiev. J. A. Dorsi-y ton talilinrr mail)' (vhruatfle book" was left in the )iantltf 'Rev'. R S Howlrs to be illspcpcr of for the betilfitaf the wldovt MrsVErHnw At Dorse v. A list of the b.xik '"itti prices iioucmlcil Ik niven below. Any one- (Icsiriiiif anv of these bopka will pleanc communicate wi'l brother BowIch, who will send the booUs called for to the pur chaser o 1 receipt of the publish' ru price, postage or express pre paid. This is an opportunity to tfet sonic Rood books at a vcrv low price and at the same time to help the widow of your' de- reused brother. Address Kev. P. S. Bowles, at (icorge K. Sn.ith College, Sedla, Mo. Sincerely Yours, 1. I j. Lowe, PRIC1S LIST. Benson's Commentary on the Old mil New Teiilanieiit, $1.50 liidpath's Library of Univer sal Literature. 2-1 volume. $8.' Pope's Compendium of Chris tian Theology, 3 volumes, 1.8(1 Watson's Theological Insti tutes, 2 volumes ...

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. — 17 March 1905

sk. dm A.. H oil Ra. MB a.a . ai a., ,.-ar .vm 1 VOL SIC ALIA, MISSOURI, FRIYY t U.C I 1 7 1905. r40. 46 Central Missouri Con ference Appointments. land Journal extends congratula tions to Mr. Wood on Ms sue. CCSS. THAT BOY OF YOURS. A. G Wheeler G. V. Vhito WHEELESt'S Shaving Parlor After holding one of Ihe west pi ofiiablc sessions of its existence ihe Central Missouri Cnnfcronceof the M. 15. Church adjourned last M.Miday morning. Just prior to adjournment, Bishop Joyce iuadc tlie following assigtimculs for the year's worl:. ST. JOSEPH DISTRICT. Rev. J. Will Jackson, P. H.. Arrow Rock, Jas. A. W, Young; Armstrong--F. B. 0. Wellington. Butler G, B. Abbott Columbia B, D. Dixson, Des Moines, la., O. A. Johnson, Fayette -W. J. DelW, Kulton-W. C. Ellis, Glasgow G. W. Reevee, H.irrisonville to he suppled by G. Winn Independence W. II. II. Brown. Kausas Gitv A.sburv, W. H. Wheeler; Burns J. M. Harris; Clarke chapel supplied 1 Preston Overton; New Bloomlielti supplied by It. G. Williams M...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Conservator
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 17 March 1905

fcrBju,alia Weokly Qjnscrvator. ""l-Vih'lili-'.-d rpry hld.ir !urii"H' and iH I c.ii( tn-itlert PC : s It Uiislon "'or War (in svKnnro) . Jix imm'li '.itiinlvniioi') intsv C'ni'. last quarter was 2M,(t,Ufu V1 also notice a Cash Dalance !t the j Hank o ihc tmcKn't of $10,33. ; 79. 1 In: Krntrhtsor I'ytliiiis must 00 1 be a o.)Oi) riii.s-o for Jl the poo (13 ,,i ci,,.i.'. h. ; i. MV VJllI III. II lV)HUl t if... .IKl.i:.. muni ll',! Ix.I'lil.ti.Vlt 14 lltllllUlU'll. Itl'illK I in niv j.in.nv uw"i ? i I . ' l ' n WiWiu'd.niunaired anil ooiitro'.lt d It? iM-groos, we feci that iiUcIIi- P:il'No,'ros;ict uiuvisl-Jy by refusing tu patronize its.. t i- t I 13 Id t cfi M o sa till Coj J, call c Prl Olll! 1 odi I ... . . . .. .11. . I t lint (Iole-l)emnerat ill cotii'ueninir on mo recent ueuirai 'Missouri Confcroiuv. lu'lddtl St Louis wty' the reports from and roiti'iiitt.'1-x showed the conference ptft.Mie in a protpcrotis eouuiiion, u.un spirituiiiy ami nnanciaiiy Good for Methodic anlV-ir t...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Conservator
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 17 March 1905

.Wrti-W31' rOI t ti crminuc.i item Za payt 1 1 ANNOUNCEMENT. Mrs. Richard Sanders g Knn;as c;tr , ------ r t TW irst class hair work, 11 ll 'y Mini, l U " v'c nthori7eil to announce n 01 i r porls mi excellent time. i the name of Prof. (5. I.. Cttroii ' 9 - I'.d WiiliRt wlio whw 4crimi4y in- 'i llrnids, Uailg, J ompa- g ,uiro t mst J-ntutdny nlit liable to '? dours, and etc. Shampoo- be out flim. 'I inff. IyK Blcachnitflhe S mrs Nellie Ma- Cruce .was Hair a specialty. ple!iant caller nu Mns Klia V.vto -o Smith Satutduy altcr-noon. 3 Eaciai and Bust Massage, fcj HLACKlVuKN ?) Tltiir Tonics. Massage frl rsiiu ;.,;,. ir, ,i,..,i.... T Cream. & Work guaran- of Hdwaid ArtnMe.nl, formerly of teed or money refunded. .(? i this plnce, died in Kansas Ciiy niul H Write for particulars - g v ,112 N. Eamiuc St. 3 Hell Phone 734 II. Q, tH ILLIPS. IAWYER. 110 W.. Main street SEDAL1A, - - - - - MO J. M. Harris. M. D Physician and Surgeon. was !ntit(lit for burial on the llrst The interment was...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Conservator
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 17 March 1905

aJffii' TUB WSTJIK 1S.VU&. Third W. C. T. U AT George R. Smith GDL,LEiC. TKi.rdnv INiAht Mnrch. 23rd. A class of seven rontestania win ......... .1.- SILVKK MEDAL, TJmler the National W. I". T. U regulations. 4 f ltWMmiWWW"'MHIIWW 113 P Iflj 1 EH nil S3 S3 fflj-Gomjj and you will bo welcome.--1 It floAU arouruJ us merrily, nicked out Irf dainty twi. Ac J U.o tp li.cieasc Unity from CMctto 13 (he Rioi,d, Uy friendly hrewwi waftoj to thn raft In aiuady flow. ri.ens'n kC")J rtiltue la l: t . atd ilr.s-Ir.i.- iKUithtir ui i; uUvv rimftttmex In i.itiinti.pf. aiJ ilta In ).oetty 'tin rlHAMiJ, TT.a: ruro. (So"Iflou tumor riojtlnj east ward from tl.o tti-Jt. The Jutcta-thcy'to. tictt ar.d racy and tht clrnlc for ar.d li, To understand1 tl.um item's nj need c( xmiier) applied, i They frolic routd ttio fitohloiis nrd tie folir.tji of to-dar. ' And the youn;stri r.fl Indite than) cer tainly dootva Ihg.r pnvi Tho hlils and Uurclwl vaternm Afn tui tion forth tt.clr bet In that tiany. buoy hu...

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. — 24 March 1905

NEGRO LEADERS. IS' 4; in: 5 1 Extract from Lecture delivered by President M. W. Dojn, Ph. D. of Wiley University of Mivrsha.ll. Texaji. lEFORB THIS CITIZENS AND STUDENTS OF SlSDALfA. MO., MARCH 17TH. 'iff w iTScdlatingu'mhcd Rduci.tor w.is the Apclal guest of the Students Lecture Bureau of George R. Smith College. The race leaders should tench the people that they must work against oddit; that they must en dure hardships. No people over had a royal road to success. I groaning over our hardships and revet ses we arc npt to conclude that wc are the only ones beset with h ndcrattcc when the fact is every people belonging to a like social strata in all pirts of the man? Would not occasionally hardfnro lie preparing' him for the hard places he will be apt to meet attt yond-.r? ft appears to us tli.t the eollegc that has every Hint; comfortable and inviting, is preparing young' men for ob scurity rather than prosperity. A case came under my obser vation recently that illustrates this fact...

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. — 24 March 1905

E1? jiv' I - Soil ilia I'okI Office n sop 1 . lw mitlor. .V It TIaiw . i . Por Yenr (tn .sitlvnnro) . 31 twmtln lin advauc) dlnirln (,'npy , . . . . I. iiTOE3of the class delivered by pr. Dogau cannot too of, G$V& b-igivcu tooUr jieoplc. , sale -V. l hands to tbc wheel and whoop the Citizens 'Ticket up. f1 .?'50.(-.u saved hv the" city In less than four years, should command Wfltl) favorable consideration of the entire public. t t t . "BuixV for Missouri Knights of Pythias in their recent pur chase of a Ten Thousand dollar hall in St. Louis. Lloyd iti a hua-U.-r. ''Go on old fellow," a few mere energetic Negroes like you u.d we'll "show 'tin" what manner of men we are in the West. t t t Now for a greater Sedalin. Lr.t Us have better churches, bet ter equipped and manned schools, better homes, belter street car R-?iCcoinniodations, better water and light service on the northside, ."letler conditions all around. The opportunity is before us all. ,M.y we.be bcnsible tnuuli to grasp...

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. — 24 March 1905

1 Mr. Wchurd Sander GKOWIHER & SON. CorHspoadencft Contlnut'd ... Chinch rii.iuln;, n.bttiti' ... IV' Fifr HrAl class huif work. j 3'-'-' LIVERY MEN. , The latest slvlf rigs, and the Bet groomed horses The most Courteous Itoalincnt accorded to i it it' VtitMj;-. Pom pa- ft 7. tloni-s. urc. inmnoo- Comi. an,, we,fe j Hair il sptnitiky. $$'3 g ' SWOfll SprdrtgS, Mo. Facial aim JJusl Massage, 3 Hair J oures. Massage $ Cream. $ Workgnaran 3 teed or money refunded. "3 Wrile for particulars t? 1 3 4 m N. Lainine St. ? Hr.ll Plume 7-1,1 9 : i'. Tiin coaiiIng COUNTRY If nu nrt Inollu lorn better opportun. Hv A rfi.mrc i 'ft mrtrs una better iu turn, fnt jour tiii...r teok Houthwent, In I nil l.i 11 lenltury, OUithiiin and Trs 0 tnUrc nif n Hro needed to develop tin luno urcn of unimproved land, not now J'lv.ltfffiSlrt'lrXtH'Mtffri'fttTHttte yclldlnc tlio'riii)iit(ilcli It li rnu.bli?. 1 - 'Micro arnn.i.inl il' In tin t'lwnt fdr Ml!- h. a. p 11 i'lL 1 p s. .LAWYER. HOW.. Mainntvcot JSEli...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Conservator
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 24 March 1905

If , ' ! 11 M . , j, wll jmT " ' ZiZ' ' ' ' " "' ' ' J. ' "- - ' " ,..-... f ; - I DIVEAIIINO DP '"r''wi.wi(ii,vtWBB : BEST SEED GROWN. : please Arehias "Sure Seeds" afc sure to rrow. Sure to and best tliat iii'MU-y can buy. f6T Everything in rw!i(R' Poultry Supplies Bee SuppHc? ; Dairy Supplies. Oct our seed house. new catalogue free. Patronize We guarantee satisfaction. your home ARCHIAS' SEED STORE 10MJ KastMain St. Both Phonus. SEDALIA, Mo. t; The New Carpet - Store. Just opened last Wednesday morning with a complete line of the latest design nitd wi-avcs in New Carpets, New Linoleums, New Oil Cloths. New Mattings, New Rugs 'all sizes. ) New Draperies, New Curtains, shades. A. W. MCKENZIE. '114 IBast Fifth." ant Moersehel Brewing Co. BREWERS AND BOTTLERS. Cur. Main and Missouri, Avenuo. Phone 214-. 1'nvate Orders liven Special Attention. When You Tiny Mokk : : sen) i.V Jleer. You will He Patronizing a IIomj. Ikdcstky. : : Teller Jrl rrirr, fir cm!, vrl-.en r.e iron. dera fur nwu...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Conservator
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 31 March 1905

Hi' 'if '.'m'T'Tii'i jump yd 1 I i ninn rum ii in i i -J . . jf i "i ,-!-,- v . ai. I ' . :. -i . : 11 Tl I, .1 I is- 7 fc i The Senior Glass - OF THE , j; George R, Smith College, Assisted ly the Queen Ciiy Cornet Band & Others. Will entertain tlic Public In the College Chapel, FRIDAY EVENING, APRIL 7, 1905. With the following Program. ChoruS , Invocation , Sunny Tennessee (MedlcyOi-urlure) ... . .Band ' Recitation. , Miss Lucy Bohannon Instrumental Duel Mrs. S. J. Layne & Miss Susie Barnet Recitation Miss Estelle Hankins Duct Misses (.Icaeva Young and Mayme Brown Dow n on the Farm (Mecloy Selection) Band Play.. ...... ..Garfield Jefferson and Mis Maudec Cravens Vocal Solo ............ i. ...... . M'isk V. Wilknc Jackson Instrumental Solu. . . . . .. . .Mrs. Mattic L. Teeters Chinccsc T)anco (Fan'Tan)" Band Solo Miss Laura Bowlin Instrumental Solo. , ..Miss ,M. Minniolia Jackson Instrumental Duett Miss Dealer and Company Asleep in tlic Deep (Bnriuue Solo) Band Pcaccfull Hen...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Conservator
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 31 March 1905

V ffe&ia tit!? townrator. 1.?iWllwid rtry f"riUv tam-ala and ; 8trd t Mtfia 0 m no 1 Mil eIM tMMttOT. .' I'M Editor i Pr Ttr (is adtanee) . Sit wombs Un advanoa) Hisirla Copy, nitjr isopeu'tou, audi . Hw white teacher njy''. flaeh i hot now sustainable. Tke State hat nrorided the amm for thair -j-ji" development and no cotowunity should tolerate ttachtr, wjift will . . It. on pen-latently refuse to strivVtoiaspror themselves. Let the watch ... .to word of the Negro teachers of this State be;- "On ( the Summer ... W. School, at Jefferaon City," a, a Superintendent O L. Coleman at mid be re-elected to the aupcrintendency of our schools, because of his thorough under landing of the educational needsof the schools of our county. He it vows best their needs, became he has been in close touch with all life theni for several years. May we not suggest to.our colored t&.r.ttiienti that tbey wm oe au.uga crcuuauie ming uy casting tneir htJot foProt. Colunwn for County Superintendent. ...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Conservator
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 31 March 1905

Mfi. Richard Sanders J For fitcltiis hair work. Braids, Baftg, Pompa dours, nud etc. Shampoo ing, Dying. Bleaching the Hair a specialty. 3 -o Facial and Bust Massage. Hair Tonics. Massage Cream, Work Ruaratt- Write for particulars . rs N. I.ritmne St. i tn - . rz Bel rl. II. WBBB, M. I). Physlolannd.'Surgeon. orftcK notrna 9 tj IS h. m. 1 2 to 6 p. to. MRS. NELLIE DAVIS. 4 Hair Dresser. SH Full Hue of bangs, wigs, braids pompadours, and the bent brand of hair-oil, f.icc bleach, whitening 107E. Cooper. St ICE CREAfl & Groceries. Polite Service Bc.it Bargains Strict attention given all orders1 Your Money's Worth Always. VM. DIGGS 4li N. LAMING St Contractors House and Flue Building, Plaster ing, Paper-hanging, Calcl mining. HOUSE REPAIRING Given Special Atteution. WHen Vou Need Something lit This Line Doue,.Call On KORQAN AND SOMERVILLE 1 10 E. Coopor St., Sednila, Wo J. W. SCOTT Shoe repairing-,tie best.in the city Work is always flrstclass So snide work done there. ro: Special r...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Conservator
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 31 March 1905

Y&Y i! mS'" ''-'v4"ir4,ii f - r rn o-.-v r f; W'S ? CO -l : fe,' gs?i3D 0 ' K2 . i? a. life Beg 2 1 Issa ' S s Vea mm c 2- 1 o - cJif: 5 H s -: f t Z 0,,M"'2 S ffloersehol Brewing Co. Suife BREWERS AND BOTTLERS. fCh Cor' Maln and K,asour1, Avenue. Phono 214. T.JK,. . 3'rivate Orders Given Special Attcntlou. When You Buy Monit- f ". M&a. . WHKN '..VTnEClTVGOTO ''PnJBKf'Ei -' . . 0 H N Q U IN N ' iIa'j Kor Imhc Whiskeys, Wines, Beer nud Cigars , rife" EVERYBODY j -V'-iliK'" Is tJ"iteii on the Square Don't forget the place I "Jf ' 104 East Main Street it I II hll Om CW41U , ' ,f. . intant. t' p ixuiifti ra ill 4 ULUVIUJ iiliighblhidial! S- I mM- lUU lot It ak Hi" '(f ' one tea, m: ere IP vf vo I ij r --.r i,--if 4 TO A UOVnr-BTXS XAZA iran in son inin omni. una in u eiear, And th gntlt bleM blow. ,Tin I t!o thcrr our father iio In 'Oi W loft "0 .Of roIJnTnlr.U towtuold. And rMeblnc lovvn,' rfuriot. bold And tktlr iWMt Anadr. Jioraw, though cliff from tart work, ! t vaioped ipo'...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Conservator
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 7 April 1905

1 S!P tftostf rS2?e5i6ak aE-naM?- J5F"-'saP54fl?5S'- ? fM VOL. n. S 150 ALIA, MISSOURI. FRIDAY APRIL 7 rgo,-. 10 E NEGRO MUST BI MADE TO WORK, Niok Ohildu of Tha TopbkaFlaindoilor Spcaku Emphatically on This halt. The quicker, the better. Tlusc young Negroes must find work mid find it quick. Nick Cmucs. He clniriis.-ftfglitly, that the Non -execution of thu Lnw and Innifier enee on the part of the police departments of our cities Uncoiiraees Shif tissues'. TWELFTH ANNUAL COMMENCEMENT. The time is now at hand when these young Negroes who are loafing around in the several towns and cities should find something to do. There is no ex cuse for tln-ir hanging around living off their parents and dead beating their friends. There arc too many girls and boys who do not care to work', anil a great number who work do not save any of their hard earned wages. If this state of affairs cot.tintics street, hide them from1 the eyes o( the public. Let them secure work. Let them learn it. There is ano...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Conservator
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 7 April 1905

u ft K.' I' IPC rff- . -v fi ' ' tfa.ly Oongerrator. W. H, Hutton J,jlJr (colore J schools' There to too biucb drifting: apart o( "We" 'race as comparcu with the old day iVYoar (to acUahteJ . - 8ut piontha. tin advoo . . , . ter I ??ablilwd fve'rjr Friday, umruimr and Sitorwl "at SiitiU Apat Oftca,, a. ao lIUL'DiUlRITO Will do well ;to ADVERTISE, their spring fllrillwIAnlu .Goodtiia tne columns of our SPnUlAL KA'STllk'libinON. "Ohe, Thousand will be reached. Too, The , , $1.00 . when the white and black; bet ' .. .1 . I - .. . 1. .V. ' - T Kmore wnite meu would talk to colored school-, advise the,nj, dir ect th m and show that interest tut(lf-l lunillll Awn, M tlftlnldflfiiM ! influence Upon the negroes, we I would have a better condition of affair and a wiser appreciation .and a more intelligent sympathy I t.... - 'il.. ... . ... . . f i. . Neiaof Jp.aA"SSOl) KlGRANU LODGlJ, K. Ur V. Win the preparation for'life,- one phould not fall to put in an extra maiu,,.,!, The 0C(rro aamone ...

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