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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 13 May 1905

rattle CHURCH DIRECTORY. Scdtilia Churches. SUNDAY Sl'.RVICl'S, m' I TAYLOR CHAPEL METHODIST CHURCH. r Sunday Bcnool j'rencliiin: Class-meeting Epworth League Preaching Prayer Meeting Wednesday even ing of each week. Hkv II. Davis, Pastor. Residence 107 Cooper street. g;3o a. m. - 1 t,oo a, in 5;oo p, ni. - 6,30 p. tn. 7.3a p. m, 1ft BURN'S CHAPEL, FREE BAPTIST CHURCH Sunday Schco, - 10 a in Ptpactnni! Fust and Ihird Sun- An in each month, 11 a, m. and ;3o p. 111 Prayer Meeting Tuesday night Covenant Meeting Wed. night Pews free and everybody made welcome Jlcv 12 D Hums, Pastor, Miss Lcla Jones, Clerl r H. G. l H ILL I PS LAWYER. 110 W. Main street SEDALIA, - - - - - Fayette' Wenesday evening to wit nesi tlie marriage of her cousin, Mi3 Hattic Digg,of that city. George Crow fell from a wagon last week and sustained some se vere injuries. At present, he is able to be about, D L Stewart who has been an employe ol the Pacific Hallway System for several yaurs, has re signed to enter oth...

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 May 1905

Tho Colored Brother At Work, Tbc tunc Is past when the only careers in life open to a rseirro Were to pick cotton make up ber ths on a nullman car, or watt on a tabic. The study of the Nefrro population of the United b tales rcccntlv published by tnc census bureau discloses some lacts that show very clearly that the colored race is steadily developing a com- nlcte social and industrial system of its own. There is hardly any branch of industry in which Ne groes arc unrepresented, and tlmt statement includes the wo men as well as men. A larjje city could be formed without n single white in it. and yet lack no trade or profession There are i,2Mi Negro teachers and collegcprofcssors in the Uni ted Stales and 15,530 clergymen. The Negro could finance a rail road through their 82 bankers and brokers, lay it out with their i20 civil engineers and surveyors condemn the right of way with 72S lawvers, make the rails with 12327 iron and steel workers, build the 'oad with their 545,'JSO laborer...

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 May 1905

pi xkpmm weeing monsetPcuor. 4H a SgDAUA, MISSOURI. SATURDAY. MAY 20 1905 NO2 '1 V- Iff' m S3!" 11 rip- More Randolph County Negro Land Owners. Kcv. J. D. Evans, of Moberly, Notes the condition of our People throughout his Circuit, ' . New Pythian Home THE $10,500 PROPERTY RECENTLY PURCHASED BY THE MISSOURI GRAND LODGE KNIGHTS 0$ PY THIAS. LOCATED IN ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI. This Order his lit Its Beneficiary Department alone a Cash Bal ance of$7,0H 68. .19 Upon our desk wo hac the -secretary's report to the Benifici--nry Board, of the Missouri Grand Lodge Knights of Pythias for.thc quarter ending April 25. '05. It show'3 n total income, forth, quar ter of $2,G49.4t. Amount brought forward $10,332.79. A grand total of $12,982.20. Death clowns paid and current expenses $5,965, 52. Leavmga balance of $7,O16.0S. Garnd Chancellor AAV. Lloyd, who is on his annual visitation of .nil the lodges in this jurisdiction Moberly Mo., May I Dear' Editor: On my third visit! to Randolph Springs, I went...

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 May 1905

lit .rlWfl9klr . OODBefyatof. W4iH. fcaiton,- ,. Editor 4&- - """" r T"" mm sr,oblilned every Saturday monifui? an I'cr Year (In advance) , . .-,,?1.00 If ,rt n Sedalia Post Office 8 see 8ix months On" advance) , ,V , , .60 I ' ft1"' clMtf mftt,er Binulp Coty. i Q" Iff Ia Ff I , , absolutely necessary for the sup- eight ami sixteen years, and who tn fkT,je;attcntion of our subscribers and advertisers is called to fact ?V ." tinf imart enterim? on the TntHD Year's Prospects for Our Third Year. :it 1 CAHIiCK of the Sl5DAMA WlJKKtY CotffUtllVA tor, Last week, we issued number 1 of Vol. Ill, in better condition than hcre-to-forq, IpWrangcuients arc made to put forth an improved Weekly Ncwapa- JILT, Ull J UIK II UCV'"l J I - v. b.. j . j 'this community and adjaccntterritory. SOMB IMPROVEMENTS MADE. PCluakkr PHiN-fInstcad of having our edition run on the hand Impress as here- to-fore, we shall issue a "clean sheet" fresh from one tf-of the best cylinder presses in the city, Class Ok ...

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 May 1905

TO A BROWN-EYED HAID. ' i? CHURCH DIRECTORY. Sedalia Churches. SUNDAY SERVICES TAVLOR CHAPEL METHODIST CHURCH. 9i30 a. m. 11,00 a, in j;oo p. Sunday School Preaching Class-meeting Epworth League - 0,30 p. Preaching - 7o P- Prayer Meeting Wednesday even jug of each week. ' Rev K. Davis, Pastor. Kcsidencc 107 E. Coopsr street. 111. in. BURN'S CHAPEL, FREE BAPTIST CHURCH Sunday School - to a 111 Preaching First and Third Sun day in each month, lta. 111. and 7;3o p. m Prayer Meeting Tuesday night Covenant Meeting Wed. night I'ews free and every hody made welcome Kcv 12 D Hums, Pastor, Miss Lela Jones, Clerk i PERSONAL. Hevncn has Borne excellent grave makers tomb-stoncsf. Visit him be fore Decoration Day, KVerett Jennings is seriously ill at his home on west Main st. Rov G W Jennings, the Hgypt ian traveler and lecturer will give an illustrated lecture at Taylor's Chapel soon. The Miss Alice Holmes and Ho hannan have opened a dress-making palrorat 413 N. Laminest. All are urged to (five...

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 May 1905

Si uu.JMIm fcl MKJJ . . XtW t .ntiMHrfl fnnnfil. tvlinl Bv. AhhnH HnlH, tho Fnrt CKNTERVIBW U SI WRiB.'i . t . .T rxn r4 I 3 tTf 1.1,. I J. J- v w. -. ' - 8J IS-: if. It ft i' if Mr . F li Brown transacted busi es in 'RlcbjnrJt?i'MVa Monday and Tuesday. ;Nw was rccciycd here Mon 4av. statintr the death of Mrs Matia Morgan, formly of thin i 1!..! ! jUtce, but who ;iau occn uvimi , Krins City for several moutns William Tibbs visited relatives in Kans City rcently. WARRHNSUURG --Mrs Dcssie Woods of K. C. has returned to spend the summer with Ser mother, Mrs Iterry. Richard Johnson has opened his Jce cream parlor on the corner of Gay and Main Streets. Silas brent of Sweet Sprinsg is visiting at the homo of Johnny H Jones, on Market Street. Pro! Reynolds entertained his Suuday School class last l-n-av aight at the Warren street church, Last Friday night about JIV3O o'clock the Rev W A. Dohannan and wile were aroused from their slumbers by the singing of a larjre crowd of people, who came...

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 May 1905

IIS , j.!f -toftik Oleefete Conservator, 1 5, VQI" SBDAUA, MISSOURI." SATURDAY JWAV 27 " ' -..- ' ti i CM If, . ''r, fci W$S&$$ LIN CON HIGH SCHOOL SedaJia, Missouri, PROF. SIIJ5LTON FRENCH PkiN'CIPAI.. School Commencements HIGGINSVILLE, UPTON AND OTIIKK PLACES COM ING TO THE FRONT. Out" High School Gra.dun.tcs Arc (o Do Their Full Duty for Our Rtvcial And National Development. . Tipton, Mo, May 20, 1905. Harrison School, of Tipton, Mo., had its closiug exergues on the lHth and I'Jili inst. The pro gram of the lsth was under the personal supervision of Mrs. A. L. THomiiSj primary teacher. Every one present enjoyed the evening's exorcises to the highest. Mrs. Thomas has given n good ear,s service. Friday evening Prof. A. H. Gravett, the principal, held the graduating exercises from the Grammir grades. One vonng'man James 15. Shackleford, was award ed a certificate by Editor W. H. Huston, of Si'dalia. An excellent .program of music, r Rations and iTipt on. orations was rendered be...

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 May 1905

'JbltyJ&aemr -T-,""--.. ..y, y,.-y.. -rrr-ff1- rnTfrrTlttfflmffM'"''-t " V; ?pv.'f y-';- "t. . ' " ' ML Sedalla Weekly Oonservator- ?ablihed every Saturday mornlnrt n entered til Seual'm IW Oflice tin sec oud class matter. W, 11. Huston; Editor Per Year (In wUnnco). ?1.00 Six month (in advance) , , .60 Siiiclo Cony 03 ft- Iff 1h P3- ra te' 4 it w M 4. K 1 if. IP n r J How Many Gkaduatks follow, in Lu-rc, . the SuntimkntS Brkathicu thru their Orations? The attention of all is attracted by the lofty sentiments and nobh,1 declarations set forth by the young- graduate. Heroic determination high ideals and youthful jubilation flows so effulgcntly until wc in advertently ask, horV many will follow tnc Hcntiments, tuey now breathe? Too often has it been that our graduates have exp-essct the irr.udest of all sentiments, while upon the commencement plat form, bit. when the certificate had been given them, they seem to lata it an a license to live in idleness or shameful employment. The p...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Conservator
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 27 May 1905

CHURCH DIRECTORY . Seek I in. Churches. SUNDAY SERVICES. TAYLOR CHAPEL METHODIST CHURCH. Sunday 8cliOol l'rencliing Class-mcctini; lipwortli League Prcauhing Prayer Meeting Wednesday even ing of cacli week. Rf.v H. Davis, Pastor. Rcsidsiico 107 E. Cooper strcat. g;3o a. m. 11,00 n. ni 5;oo p. in. 6,30 p. IV. 7,ilo p. m, BURN'S CHAPEL, FREE BAPTIST CHURCH Sunday Sclico! - 10 a ni Pleaching First and Third Sun day in each month, it a. 111. and 7;3o p. in Prayer Meeting Tuesday night Covenant Meeting Wed. night Pews free and everybody made welcome Rev E L) Hums, Pastor, Miss Lcla Jones, Clerk PERSONAL. Miss Irene Elctchcr was slight ly indisposed during the week. Mrs Willie Jctt, of Kans City, is home for a visit with frjcU'.K manda Bills anticipates her early return. Mrs Sullivan is making .sonic very extensive improvmcnts on her properly o.i East Jeff at When finished, she will have on of the best equipped residence on on that st. Mrs N 0 Ilureu, who attended the Celebration at St Pa...

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. — 27 May 1905

1 juJAMltiiidito ; keen manairlne the Western! Clarence Neff is cnioyine avis-1 was everything that could be tie-J He stuck a fishing hook in his i i i Si O; ti, S& -Harrison Thomas of Gilliam was jn our presence last week. t"- it-tr Ellis I'incr is on flic sick SSvilal -nd has been confined to her l'bcd for the past three, weeks. We rcgi'et Very much to fay iVihat Sirs George Mil's Ik no bet- ffi?r. Dr II W Howard is her at- (jKlcadtne; physician. ' 75 per cent of the farmers in fjbis locality had to plant their fcornovct the second time, wncu , is looking fine, prospects for an Ss average jield. ip:. The Missouri River at tins ''.point israpidly rising and is with t;. 'in 6 fctt of the flooding point. W Mrs A M Van IJuren is at the fe, bed side of her aged Uncle, fcWm K Carter near Ofearvillc. . I..XJLJ PV' Little Mice Aulora van uuren received a handsome birthday present from Miss Hatlie S Hau sily of Marshall, her former teach er. A M Van Burcn and Rev C R Smith drove to Ore...

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. — 3 June 1905

, ' r. p BtMia ttleekig Conservator. ' - i vf'. .1 it .1 V SBDALIA, MISSOURI. SATURDAY JUNE 37r" NO1. 4 GREAT MUSICALE Springficlil Missouri Leads in Producing' Classical Concerts Select Tal cnt from Other Cities Take Part. A GROUP OF PETTIS CO. TEACHERS D1GGS -DIGGS NUPTIALS St. Louis Lochinvar Wins a Howard Belle-Many Rel atives and Friends Witness the Cer emony. MNY VALUABLE PRES ENTS RECEIVED. KWKTTH. MU.. May 20 Thc wedding of Miss Hattie R Diggs of Fayette; Mo, rind M-iM Patsy Mc Uinney, Mr, John II. Diggs of St Louis Mo. took place on Monday evening at H o'clock at the home of the bride. The bride is a ncice of Mr. and Mrs J. II. Diggs and the groom i the youngest son of Mrs. Sal lie Diggs 392S Fairfax avc. St. Louis Mo, To the strains of Mendelssohn bridal music played by Mrs Melvina Isaacs of Fayette Mo. the bride and groom entered and were joined in holy matrimony bv Kev. W. J. Ucboe Pastor of the M.E. Church Fayette Mo. The bride wore a beautiful gown of Brussels net made...

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. — 3 June 1905

$ ' wr-Walia Weekly Conservator, w. imWou.- ,,. Editor The clostntf exercises of the j . wMl j u Grammar and High School de- J. "VT. SCOTX i;i - , ;i; " V s H r wdclmmaltw. SIorIo CoPJf. . . , 03 .V wi Tuesday evening at 8:30 o'clock, C,tX;l, -1 yM llBk. after an Invocation by Rev J J ho Mtidc uork done there. j MjCp- ' .t 'lUiL' Clark and the rendition of an ex- Special ratos to College J;!! if-Hl- GREAT MUSKOGI5E. , A ' .Brag. ccllent programme by the pupils Students. If r . . nrnH " u ,., . i wa II UIVJV HUM iV i kwyi, i ?09W Main Street I " i mm If you want to fiud a city that they say is "Out of sight," Just locate in Muskogee, and you will be alright. For iff a booming city, and the greatest in the West. That mighty, mighty city where money has no rest. The Ciraeter can tell you of the laurels to be won In this city where the people arc aiming at the sun. , It will tell you of the lands and how, it can be bought. It will tell you of our shorthand, and how it can be taught. . T...

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. — 3 June 1905

1CMUKUM I 1 1 ' ' ' ' i n - ii - - - 1 - ' J DIRECTORY Scda'lin Churches. SUNDAY SliRV'ICGS pi-' fAYLOR CHAPEL METHODIST CHURCH. m Sunday School . 9)30 u. m. Preaching - : t,oo a. m , -Class-meeting - 5ioo p. m. Epworth League - 6,30 p. ro. Prcacliing - - 7.3o p. m. prayer Meeting Wednesday even ing of each week. Rev H. Davis, Pastor. Residence 107 E. Cooper street. i'BURN'S CHAPEL, FREE BAPTIST CHURCH -.Sunday Schcol - 10 am Preaching First and Third Sun day in each month, 1 1 a. in. and -. '7;3o p. m Prayer Meeting Tuesday night Covenant Meeting Wed. night Pews free and everybody made welcome Rev I D Hums, Pastor, Miss Lela Jones, Clerk PERSONAL. Mrs. Ollic Hern, who was the victim of a deadly assault of her husband, Paul Hern, the recent Miticide, is hope of recovery. She has two bullets lodged in her brain yet, indications arc that she .will recover, Editor W II Huston, Hrosent- ctt diplomas and delivered the graduating- address to the Versail- les School, last night. He went as...

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 June 1905

,R3V: saw.- J (Correspondence continued.), MALTA BEND.. 9 0 Richard Clark of Mt Leonard ?r tlie guest his Grandfather, JLen Davis this week. . Mi$a Martha was the guest of Mrs Emma Graham atyLcxington jsunuay. Lamli of Kansas City, spent Tuesday with Mr Neffand family. Frank Stevcrson was in Wav crly Sunday. Mrs Mary Doolian and da'urh- ter of Kansas Citj' arc visittayj her mother, Mrs Liza Whips. Mrs Sarah Clark and daughter 01 iwt Leonard, spent Tuesday wen Len Davis, her father. Miss Minerva Reed is visiting m Malta Bend this week. Mr and Mrs Sam Allen of Mt Leonard, spent Tuesday in our city. Miller Neff is confined to his bed this week. Do you want apiano? Madame Offers You $6,000 In Prizes. Officii ). of the N.Uon.l Council ol Wcm.u. It 1. lull of U&lBSiulfSl $$Z$&lg' "SVtc'1 " ",e TUT III CHflf I. . ... ....,. fft LI "!r&vi ISA. nouwwiu. VourclJnctiolwlnuluiriipjuaaiuiyoiJc'. - iiu m niuuirair mem you I'-.j. MATT VIEW Mrs Lena Hooker gave an Ice cream and Strawber...

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 June 1905

I ft? 1 it! ,-.. - M . . ! . .... . ' ' 1 $&alw iDcchln Cottscruatar. VOL. III. SEDALIA, MISSOURI. SATURDAY JUNE lO, tgo.y N0.5 I it b S 9 4' QUINN CHAPEL, A. M. E. Church, Rev. William kxandcr, pastor, located at 222 West Jcf ferson street, Sedalia. Mo., where Ferguson's Dixie Jubilee Comet t Company appeared ot. the evening of June Sccor.il. Should a Young Lady Hold Her Escort's Hit? if vour micstions were not duplicated many times in mall, it would seem too silly to consider. But its frequent repetition con vinces mu that there must he localities in which young women are given to holding' their escorts hats during church services. That a man would nermit such attention proves his absolute in nate lack of gallantry and his ignorance of cotmnoii politeness, It is the man's nlacc to be of as sistance. lie relioves a woman of her extra wrap or any parcel, but he does not permit her to burden herself with his belongings. That "liat-holditig" is an un warranted fod which would bran...

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. — 10 June 1905

SttRft 5 If caul" 1, .1 ".l.i u 41 Sedalia Weekly Oonservaton ?ublihed orory Saturday niornlnpf tin entered at Sednlin Post Offlco r roo oncl cltiso mntler. W H. Huston . t . Editor Per Year (in advance) ?1.00 Six month On advance) . , .60 SinRlo Copy. , 05 fe, r vioir ii-. ntf)1 5? TltK'VoiCJC 01' THH NlJGRO l'OR J UN 15 The Voice of the Negro tor June comes front the press brim f u 11 of useful information. This edition numbers 17,000 copies. It is a great, the greatest Negro publication, in America. If you arc not a subscriber, you had bettcrsccure one from the Kditor of the Con scrvator, who has several copies of June number for sale at 10 cents per copy, t t Conditions Indicatic a Bountim-vi. Crop Ykar. Plenty of rain fall and the the variaclencss of the temperature in dicates that this year will be oic of plenty in the harvest of agricul ture products such as corn, wheat, hay and many other farm staples Our farmers should feel highly elated over the abundant harvest they reape...

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 June 1905

at V CHURCH DIRECTORY Scdalia Churches. SUNDAY SERVICES. TAYLOR CHAPEL METHODIST CHU33H. Sunday School . 9130 a. m. Preaching - - 1 t,oo a. ni Class-meeting - 5joo p. ni. Epworth League - 0,30 p, n. l'rcaching 7.Uo p. in. Prayer Meeting Wednesday even ing of each week. Kkv 11. Davis, Pastor. Kcsidsncu 107 E, Cooper street. C A Harris of Columbia. 1ms decided to locate in our city He is a ursi ciass cool; anil will stop at w II Choc's boarding house on Hast Jcfl st. Prof Shelton French was call ed by Bishop Grant to Quindaro, Kaus last Tuesday to assist in some important work relative to the Western University. BURN'S CHAPEL, FREE BAPTIST CHURCH Sunday benco, - 10 a m Preaching Fust and Third Sun dav in each month. 1 1 a. m. and 7;:to p. m Prayer Meeting Tuesday night Covenant Meeting Wed. night Pews free and everybody made welcome Rev E D Hums, Pastor, Miss Lela Jones, Clerk WWM '' .iww PERSONAL. J ft SUBSCRIBERS' TAKK ? XOTWJ-: ea . . , 1 Yt In thlt pnc - UulU'Air inni your Hiiniri...

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

(Correspondence continued.).. MALTA IJBND Many people from here wit" ncseil a striking' 13ase Ball yaffle between the home boys and Way erly. Malt' Bend suffering a de feat of 6 to 8. Eddie Triplett is visiting par cnl, and friends this week. Mrs Charley Taylor was shop ping in Marshall Saturday. Miss Maud Fowler is visiting lier aunt, 'Mrs John Uowcn in Lexington. Mrs Mary, Dooltan who has been risitiug here returned to her home in K C Sunday. Missas Martha Fowler and Sar ah Anderson will depart forSc- dnlia the 12 inst for a short visit. Albert Tibbs, went to Kansas City Sunday to visit his wife who has had a ssvere attack o( a Can cer. Children's Day will, be observed at ,thc M ii Church, every body s mvitod to bo present. Do y ou want a piano? tarn Madame Offers You $6,000 In Frizes. MAHAMItltn nucatlnr for women who llilnlc nml lthf onlr mniniiliieln the wotM'1orwilby'OVHRTiIRlt! MILLION WOMltN, Wine oiloptwl an the Official oriun ul Uie r.atiuual Council o( VVomcu. It ii full ...

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 June 1905

1'Ht.t'J!': KSSr try? n " " 'fijf'1 '!,' V Vf iW-V,S V '- ft. Scbttlia tUcchln Conservator;. r.l IF VOIv. Ill" ' , - VT---rr--.... m K - . G - , . ---- ----. ' J Mr. A , iiv. w "'"' n i" ri i ii n nnrn .j ttti rnni. i i..li.i.i. , , , , , . m' Ik - "sj5- Arii1 ,i ii r . i i iir-iJi-ft,. -. MAIN BUILDING Lincoln Institute, llic only Normal, Industrial, Collegi ate and Agricultural fdiool maintained by the Stale of Missouri, for the education of the colored jouth, located at Jefferson City. FACULTY Benjamin Franklin Allen, A. M., l'lt.D., Pres. ul.iics, psychol ogy and pedagogy; James II. Garnett, A. M , D. D,, Latin and Greek languages and li'crature; (..rant S. Murray, A B , physical science; J'une s. Motcn, A. M mathematics; John Wesley Darn el. M. Ph., biology and agricul ture; Mra Josephine Silone Yates, A. M., Knglish, histor and draw ing; Mrs. Frances J. Jackson, his tory, pedagopy, in charge of train ing school; Otis M. Shacklefonl, A. K, assistant in English and mathematics; ...

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. — 17 June 1905

Sedalir. Weekly ConEorrator- i'ublihued every Saturday raornlw? an ontaretl nt Scd&lia Poet Offlco as fee nd cl&9 matter. W. II. Huston. , Editor I'cr Year (In ntUnnco) $1-00 Si months (inndrancn) 00 Binjjle Copy. .05 LlTTLIi FliLLOWS. Constantly one may hear the work of good men, conscientious workers, severely criticised ly "little fellows" who possess but one great talent. That latent is the gift to find fault and condemn. In 6tead of being constructionist, as most sensible person are, thev arc destructionist pure and simple It makesan individual a little tired and verv "sore" to hive this ".small fry" tirelessly using its tongue and senseless aggltatiotis on proportions that arc entirely to erudite and sensible to be comprehended by light brained characters Little fellows can never lift thcmseles to the status of a critic. Their eflorts exerted to that purpose are wasted. Persons of In dividuality need hive no fear for this coterie of "little fell ows" how ever, numerous...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Conservator
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