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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 15 August 1903

BtMxa tUccli I Conscttwtotr VOL. i. SEDAUA, MISSOURI, SATURDAY, AUGUST 15, 1903. NO 16 A. W. LLOYD, OF. ST. LOUIS, GRAND CHANCELLOR OF THE STATE OF MISSOURI. Nineteenth Annual Sosslon K. of P, Lodge ofMissourl, Convonod in Moborly, Mo., Wodnosdoy, Aug. 0. The Grain! Lodge of Missouri vras called toor'ler yesterday morn, sng by A. W. Lloyd, C C. The Grand Court of CalanUic or Pythian sisters met with the Ginnd Lodge in open session. Mayor Dingle was to have delivered the welcome ad dress, but being unable to attend in person, wai duly represented by Mr IT. f. Tfflrris. who extended a cordial welcomcto the Grand Lodge delegate in very fitting and friendly remarks, assuring assuring the vis itors that they were perfectly wcl. tome to the hospitalities of the good neonlc of Moberly. He commend ed the race for the nwked progacss which it has made during the past quarter of a century of freedom. The address was responded to by Prof1 D. E.Gordon, of St. Louis in 3 very appropriate speech. ...

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. — 15 August 1903

r SEDAUA miI3KLT 0NSKKYATOR rhMM, Kvnru Saturddv: Office. 104 R. Main, St., Up Stairs M Beautiful Hammock Entered June ?, '03 at Sedalia, Mto., as second class matter un. j- Jt fimtMti nt 'Jfnrr.h ,7. 71). II T. HKt V Wwril ' - - " ' - I W. H. HUSTON C. M. ENGLISH EDITOR. MANAGER )'. Som of tlin tiri-ltl-nt linm mooka ov. r rxhiblud in t acunim ni w Gfeschen & Viebrocks y no w. mm si. , ThisSimee IVilL Jfolifti Tou, SUBSCRU TION, IfiW Tnti r Subsnrintinn Is Dae One Year $'. I ... at ll.a f Contributions must be accom panied by name as an assurance of good faith. Ml articles for publication must be in by Wednesday, One Month Tlilr! for Ihy.Soif t)ho Rood thoughts And kl'OW U to bo I Mm' own. 'Tl battcr'thnn a Uiouiand slMncd IVoin UehU by oilier sown. itiitm. Editorials t. B. nu.. I I'jjJ appreciated. Thoy or hand- p d sonis. oomfortttbl-, and dura '.$ W bis nudrstnll at from "JM I 40c--$3.26 I y . v' UscfJunesa, not Moro Money Counts. George R, Smith College. Tho Si ccbss, in an...

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. — 15 August 1903

Sedalia Weekly Consevator. 2 J H ? HIT) C AMMAC'nA'Wirln'wnA Ottorvlllo' .Umes UtjJly Is very sick this wnsV. Ftanu la) les ' breaking liorses here. Mr l;un Hawkins U on (ti sick Kit. Mr. Joe Hulibaul enmc up from Sjrn cuss Tuosbay. Mrs Ann Hlchnrdsoti ii liome rum So dalia. Quite n numbor frem here spent the 4 in S.-dalU. Mr. F. 1). Fin'cy rnurtud to Bedaliti Sunlny. XIr. Sarah Fooenk'ttnlnud cumpimy Tuo.iUy. Mr. Simttui Wright, a succwsfol poul try, marketed 5 ilor. uprins chlcleiw last rycak. Mrs. UoorK IlopVins of Sedaliivfc v's itiug titr s'sitr, Xlrs. Sallin Finlcy, Momlames Nellio Hubbnrd and Sall'o Finlcy visited friend and leUtiyws in bedalia Aug. 4. Mr Basil Ilimmoi.dt departed for St. 1mis, Sunday, where he will join It's brottaorK and-flnd r ruiilojrment, Mo. Malta Bond Fine wuather now. Mrs. Sarah Ncff is conllntd Id her bed Mr Maitio AniUr.iou Is Improving. Misk Martha Fowler spent Tuesday in Marshall. Mr. Alfred Wilson spent Saturdy in Marshall. Mr Henry Hacker came j...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Conservator
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 15 August 1903

1 all writers for the daily papers, all clergymen, all teachers, all who in any way have the right to address gy unite to denounce such crimes i . . ! .i i.. putting them down. Us a people we claim the right to speak with peculiar interest em phasis for freedom and fair treat ancut of all men without regard to differences of race, fortune, creed or color,. We forfeit the right so to apeak when we commit or condone such crimes as these of which I wpeak. The Nation Concerned. "The nation, like the individual, can not commit a crime witli impu tiity. If we are guilty of lawless ticss and brutal violence, whether our guilt consists of active partici pation therein or in mere conniv ance and encouragement, we shall assuredly suffer later on because of what we have done. The corner rstone of this republic, as of all free wovennnents, is respect for and o l)edienco to the llaw. Where we permit the law to be defied or cva led, whether by rich man or poor man, black man or white man, we arc,...

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. — 22 August 1903

Br 1 V jar JHVW Scfco I in lUcch I n Co n ocumto t VOL. t. SEDALIA, MISSOURI, SATURDAY, AUGUST 22,1903. L70. 1 71 MENTALITY. t The Gcollglst has gone down in to the bowels of the earth and has unfolded to civilization the periods of creations and with the correct study of the earth we have been n ble to find the resemblance between the teaching of the Rililo nnd the strata of the rock. The Astronomer has brought our attentions the working and .sphere of the heavenly bodies and has ena bled man to predict the condition of affairs several hours before they occur. The Philosopher has made it pos sible for us to give a correct study of the huinan body and many other living things in the world. With the Gcoligist at his desk, the Astronomer at his telescope, and the Philosopher studying the great problems of the human body, w u have one of the greatest examples of mentality that can be pictured he fore us today, The work of all these persons depends upon the mind, yet one may say the min...

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. — 22 August 1903

Sedalia Weekly Conservator, SEDAUA WEBKL.V OONSBRVATOR JPubllalusd Every Saturday. Office, 104 Main, St., Up Stairs Entered Juno !, '08 at Sedalia, Mo., as second class matter der Act of Congress of March 8, '79. nf W. H. HUSTON C. M. ENGLISH MANAGKIl VIHOi A. D.IiANQSTON'iJ Address boforo tlio Forum Olub or St. Louis, Commended by St. Louis Olobo Democrat. This Spaco Will Notify You When Tour Subscription Is Due Contributions must bo accom panied by name as an assurance of good faith. All articles for -iMI nation must be in by WcdncsdatjQ ' SUBSCRIPTION, One Vcnr it-'S SW Months 7J One .Month $ Think for 'UtySelf ono thought; And know It to to Tlilno nwn. TU liottcr'tliati a thousand stcaned Frutit fMM-hr Others-sov,-n;- anon. Editorials Can the Constitutional Rights of Any Ele ment of the American People Be Forever Curtailed. From the reading of an article published in the Globe Dem ocrat of recut publication, which we ,also reprint elsewhere, in this issue, we glean the following...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Conservator
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 22 August 1903

& -i'.t''st 9mM . ;m. Sedalia Weekly Consevator. is incommodiously located and the progressive clement of her member ship have long been anxious to have uew church placed in a better lo cality, v, This they will have, if they ill act hereafter as they acted Sunday, with their lecder and pas tor. Yes, he is a progressive minis ter in the most aggressive manner. Plans arc now being formed for a greater rally in October. Then the entire membership and church com mumcants will take hand and show to the world that Taylor's Chapel s not dead by any means. THE NEW PRESIDENT We take pleasure in presenting the cut of President I. L. Lowe I'll- D. of Geo. R. Smith Collet mid wc also feci highly gratified to announce to our readers that in has been a tireless worker for this Institution during the entire vaca tion. As a result ol his labors and thoe of his able wife and Mr. Jas Smith of the Agricultural Depart incnt the premises have assummcd a most beautiful appearance. The lawns are verd...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Conservator
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 22 August 1903

PI 1 If :- I' I if! fit 1 13 "I- '3 fl if In 1 1 t-fl HOW THE MOB IB TJSKDTO mOLONQ DEMOCHATIO BULB IN THE SOUTH. .to say how the taxes wrung :rom .Mm arc to be used.. He is unde "the penalties of the law while with At Hip nale of its nrotccton. He is forced to submit to the outrage; of the rabble without the power of jpublic opinion to defend him. The seeds of thisgreat crime hav Jjeon scattered broadcast over th laud. In the North the rabble has undertaken to do what the rabble Of the south has done with impunity The North faces the same condition that the South lias faced for the past twenty years. Will the North frccome as the Southhas been for so Jong a time, the victim of the mob? Is it not time for Rood men of all '.parties to see why the mob rules? TheTillmaiis. the Carmacfcs, the Jolrir'i'fernple Grnvcsesand the Al cSds'are tho product of the mob, Mob Jaw has forced such men to the . front and civeu them a chance to ear the mask from the hideous face of the southern Democra...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Conservator
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 29 August 1903

FT ctrtltrt lUcck I n Co n ocr unto r. mi VOL. SEDALIA, MISSOURI, SATURDAY, AUGUST 29, 1903. NO. 18 5k HOW TO INCREASE THE TENDANCE IN OUR Curch Sorvlcos AT The following is a popcr read bo fore the District Conference winch held fort in Sweet S?rings,Mo., by Rev. A H. Higgs, pastor at Mar shal!, Mo. This is like the question, 'How ought one to preach to keep sonic from going to sleep V There are so many different occasions for slack ness of attendance that it seems to me that a fixed rule is almost im possible. However, there must be some remedies somewhere,' and if properly applied, they will tend in that direction to bring many to the house of the Lord Now what ought we to do to cre ate more of an interest iu our public worsuip, on each successive Lord's day, at the regular hours for preach ing. Fiist, the key to the situation is held by the pastor. He is lord and matter, but must be a good general; second, bis officii.! men and all of his boards must be in line, ready at the sou...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Conservator
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 29 August 1903

' .V Sedalia Weekly Conservator. feSEDAk.A WEEKLY ONSfcKVATOR V,,.T. -j I? .c..4..it )r??. 10A E Main St., Uf) Stairs, Entered June G, 'OS at Sedalia, Mo., as second class matter un der Jet of Congress of .March, 7, V 0. W. H. HUSTON C. M. ENGLISH EDITOR. MANAGER This Space mil Ji'olify Ton When Your Subscription Is Due Contributions must be ac.com. p anicd by name as an assurance of good faith. Ml articles for p blioa t ion must be in by Wednesday. SUBSCRIPTION, One Year St. 33. Six Months 75 One Month '." Think for Thy-H'tf 000 good thought; And know It to ho Thlno own. TU.hcttcr than a thouaml glenncd Prom field by utliirs town. anon. TIhtimesmtS! "Wedon'Jcare If Jeff erson City do koekMheboodlers wml (he old Capital, SO long a we kceo tho Sulo air," well, bro. TlMlia we aro not bog Hi. but we'll tftko tlio Capetal too, What steps nrobcing tnken to euro for our need mid charitable persons this win tertWIiy notoursreret orders iimlcliiirch os unite wilh nil ottering and put it on ...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Conservator
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 29 August 1903

if Sedalia Weekly Consevator. THE BLUE FRONT GROCERY Will savo YOU MONEY if you consult -.h OUR BARGAIN PRICES IK ItoOramilntwl sugar l'ure Utf Unl "J" fniiiSornhum .. "Q llMnatup ... . A-roy Snap' Old Cuuntry Snap llct VltiCKiir (lood (ream Cticeso . . Slnol.nl Ikccn. WO Co W It, fl it, can Iflu .Jt ijl, onn 103 (i bars far ISO . ... (I bars liVj V gal. 21c . ... VltlSo . II. lfw NOTION'S Shoo strings fl pair 2o UoysSuspedneM 1 pair Ac MfrnSimpendcr V pair llto MenVliu.lt hosa ... V pnlr JW Ijiily'n Ihxo per pair l)c If nnderctilnf oneh Be riiiollnnl llublicr Combs ouch fio Baltyl'lns, , pcrdo. So Klantlc Kubbcr,, per yd. Jo Jltm'n Supporters per pnlr lQo These, and many other bargains, to numerous to mention, nrc, to be had at our store This Month Nothing old Everything New and Fresh We inaje ijq charges for showing cur goods Call ; anj scc tile, J, F. KUHN & CO. & uor. Lamine 65 rettis. MALTA BEND. Mr Kratik Stevenson of Kiurvillo, Mo nmde nit a pleasant visls Friday, (il...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Conservator
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 29 August 1903

V minister be aware of all that is go intfon defend tho good; denounce thebad; keep in tguch not only with his members but ail the people. He in sympathy with those who have great burdens to bear; keep in cloic communion with the Lord; your heart pure and body clean. Read good books; be faithful and your church will often be filled and some to be saved. PERSONAL MENTION. Eugono Saunders is here to make his home with his brothor Hicliard Saunders Hev. F. S. Bowlonof Wnrreiisuure.Mo. gave tho coxsKltVATorcanloaaant call Sat One ntudcnt, l'un Aun Mitchell from Uolivar, lio. is at iho Ktilldlud. Altoady they como. Joseph 15. Simpson was in town Wcdndsday. Pres. I. I,. Lowe of G. R. S. C. spent. Sun. in Glasgow in the in terest ol the College. tT:li:... 1 I it.n- 11 3. ililMU'v VV imams una uau Ills v. n - pouters and jmlulurs working on hor l V? ' 1 T 1 - uouio on .Turin unuiiuc si. Mm. Mattie Urown and sister of Slatci Mo. are guests of Mrs. A. G. Wheeler ou N, Ham St. Mr. Allen Gravet...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Conservator
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 11 September 1903

v ctotlk tUcch I n Consmm tor if ill' M VOL. SEDAUA, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 11. 1903. NO. 19 FUTILITY OF NEGRO EXODUS THE NE-GRO IS HURl; TO STAY, SO SAYS THE NEW YORK TRIBUNE. From lL-Vf York Truiiu.vK. the white man's profit. It was W liat blind leaders of the blind are those preachers on the lynching evil who turn from the problem of Ceahng with society as it exists to the advocacy of wholesale ctni;ru tion of the blacks! Mr.John Tetn. pic Graves, of Atlanta, Ga in his Cliatauqua address. after glorifying the inol) as the bulwark of civiliza tion, ended up with the conclusion lha neither tducation nor tiinc.Chris tianity, nor law, could be anything but a temporizing expedient, and that the only solution for the great race problem was separation, The Charleston Ncwsand Courier makes the same point in discussing the President's letter to Governor Dur bin, saying that if he and his party are really anxious to suppress lynch ing and avert the National dcmoral ization and degrada...

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. — 11 September 1903

Sedalia Weekly Conservator. SBDAUA WEEKLY OMSERVATOR Published Evem Saturday. Office, 104 E. Main St., Op Stairs Entered Juno tG, '0!Sal Sedalia, Mo., as second class matter un der Act of Congress of March 3, '7.0. W. H. HUSTON C. M. ENGLISH EDITOR. MANAGE! This Space Will Notify J'ou When Tour Subscription Is Due Contributions vuist be accom panied by name as an assurance of good faith. Allarticles for publication must be In by Wednesday. SUBSCRIPTION, One Vcar SI v. Months One Month 35 75 15 .Tlilnk tor Tay-i'elf one good thought Anil know U to 1)0 Thlno own. 'Tin bettor than a thousand gleuncd From f lelilM by other sown. nnon. Common Sense Should Gov ern Our Daily Activities. For want of common sense, many young men and women -wreck their future possibilities and success. This is especial ly noticeable among that class or element of people, who are just beginning the struggle of life. Frequently, the young man or woman has spent several years in college, preparing for tt special...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Conservator
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 11 September 1903

8. II' i f 8f a Sedalia Weekly Consevator. 5l THE BLUE FRONT GROCERY sWlll savo.YOU MONEY if you consult OUR BARGAIN PRICES 1H H Granulated sitfjur $1,10 1'urs Ijcaf Ijiril I&oV ''r"taiiJSort!liUii tit. cun W "1" Urnn.I syrup, ,1 V "it. cnn lUo -Vr.ty Soip n br for 23c Old Country Soap .1 lmr i!.Vj U't Vliicir.tr V Bl -lo tiood Cream Clicco V lb ISo Smoked llacon V 11. If .NOTIONS Shoo string. V Plr 2c lloysSusrwIncrs VplrKj JlotsHuK!ndcr. V P'r H'e Men's half hose tfpnlrOc Lady's bono por pair Oo Hnnderctilofa oncli Sc Kino Hard lliiblicr Combi each Co Sartyl'ins pcrdoa 5c Klantlc Rubber per yd. iv Men'aSupportcrs per pair lOe These, and many other bargains, to numerous to mention, are to be had at onr store This Month Nothing old Hverything New and l'rcsh We nuke no charges (or showing our goods Call in and see them. J. F. KUHN & CO. Cor. Lamine & Pettis. Our Correspondence X 9 tho ovonlng was spent most lovclyevery- Louisiana. Mr. and Mrs. V, C. Davis returned Irorn S...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Conservator
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 11 September 1903

J MUD. , Tho plasma wasrocM In tho cradlo of earth, Anil grew In the turbulent deep; And agoB nd nges nd conn ot help Wore painfully passed in ft J justing itself, Tbent it began to orcep. Eftob ago that was added by ago to the past Adds, also, to lt stand) So it grow; but 'twas adjusted at Inst This niultivarlouK sum IE the past. Tho Apex of which was man. So h e Bfow; and looked down on bis growth Tbo beait, the fowl, and amoeboid; Tben all diod; and fromfgruatust to least, Over tho gravo ot manand of beast Was written the Epithet '-MUD' . E. h- J. Simpson. A FOE EST PAST PICNIO. By, C. II. Wakkick. Out upon the clear blue waters, (.lathering gems for youth's sweet joys Hinging and merrily skill riding, Happy girls nud jolly boys. Seo, tho million waves comes rippling As they kiss our (lotting bark; And, our wet oars, in the sunlight, l'lashes now u golden spark, On, on with the scones ot beauty, bounding thru tbo verdant park. Liko the morry Hob in Ked-lirorut, Or tho ulways wolc...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Conservator
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 18 September 1903

VOL. i SEDALIA, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1903. NO. 20 1 BEGINNINGS OAGRICUL- I m Agrioa'Unre D.flntd. I am a farmer by occupation. Having lived on the farm for the past fourteen years. Have work ed and tilled it's soil; I have care fully studied the different kindsof soils as adapted for certain kinds of grains. Thus, this enables me to say something of the begining of Agriculture. First, let ns define the word Ag riculture: Derived from the Lat in worda Ager, a field, and cultor, a cultivator. In a general way the cultivation of the ground for the ground for the raising of vegeta bles, fruits, and planting seeds. It includes, also, gardening, or Hor ticulture; the raising of all kinds of F'ocks. Methods Now the appropriation of the riches of thcvcgetablc world is ac complished in two ways. Accord ingtoourprincipaleffortsto make use of the spontaneous products of wild plants or to multiply them by cultivation. The former, which grfti constitutes the syBtcm of selec- P"? tion,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 18 September 1903

5 Hher 'Education forestry... , .f Continued frm page lk) . J; , ' " ' tJ'.iv- RTiLkVW il!.Wii.;ti"Vn .m J ' Si ' t It' V r 3 U SSL.. r V . Efe v.. jUthllsJmhJJUrrjf SaUrfla;. 'Offbo. 104-11. Main St,, Up Stair. Entered Jitnc fQtl03nt Sedallu, Mo., a second class matter mm tier Jet vf CohtMs of March ?, 79. V. H. HUSTON CM ENGLISH EDITOR. .MANAGE Thi.iSiaco' Will Xatiftj You 8tfBBCllir,TI02i', When- l'tUr Snbwrtptlun la Due One Venr Si. as. , KRMontli u , 75 Contt-ihutiiinsmustbear.com. 5, panted by name us an assurance "M " - f good, faith . tiiihk tor nir-wi w iakhi umuimi; i nllnrtUlsf rr publication must bchi.by'Weilnesdaiji j Alij know It tu bp 'I hlmx own. 'tin bpttor tlmti a tlMiHiuid tttsiltioil From flaliU by oilier" own. end. "I nm convinced that the policy of submission han been curried too .far. Our entmteH'hiive taken advantage of thin policy, and with impunity they insult, assault and discriminate. The only way now to mafcehe.uhvay is to contend for every right gaitran...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 18 September 1903

in Sedalia Weekly , Consevator. THE BLUE FRONT GROCERY. iji!tWill save YOU MONEY if you consult OUR BARGAIN PRICES 18 Rr GrnnuUfii uku J'uro Lt . . "ft" HrrttiUxlfiihuiii Q" Brand y'ru Olil OounlrrJnj? , . IH'tt Vlhfgnf CuoJ CrnimCljt6 SifttAtd ItAcCn". . .. . (1,00 . . . . lRo V lb . m, r.nn lO V ql 10c jljbnrB for2C.i . . . lAr 15o .. V gill. 21c . ... V&lOo . . V lb 15 XOT10XS Sline if lnt plr 2c Bof 8tnrdnor ?Jilrfw JternSmpendorn $1 plr 190 iltnS half lio-te $ pair Pe Lady' hmo ...per pair fto llnmlerelildFt .each 3c Vine Hard Htifibcr Cu'ubi each 5o Safty I'ln .jerdoz fio El.iMlo Riibtwr per jd. 4c Mcn'a supporter per piili" 100 homfc showing his brothers 'that lifts is mhrc'ble'ased when united in pairs than when all alone. The Funeral.servico of the late Arthur Brown was held from St. Mark.s Chapel Monday afternoon Rev, Wm.Divers.officiating. The deceased was formerly a student of Geo. R, Smith College and was noted for his sobriety and indus try. His many friends and re...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Conservator
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 18 September 1903

..rV 9 ' -stiiflr' 5.1 If? t5 ; Kir Hi I -it I THE MeKINLEY MEMORIAL Monday September 'bcing' hc, anniverary.of William McKinley death, it is a day sacred to the Carnation lcau of America. This society is a permanent af fair, and is intended to pcrpeiu. ate the memory of the recent President. The carnation wafc Mr. McKinley's favorite flower. Hfe was iu 'tbfl habit of wearing it in his buttonhole on public occa sions. The desire of the Carna tion league of America is to pop ularize the enstora of wearing this flower by mm aud women on an niversary of he late PreBident'o death. This memorial to one the beat of America's Presidents is gain ing"vogue among his countrymen and countrywomen Every inhab itant of the United States, male or female, of school age or upward i3 eligible to membership in the league.. No fee is attached to the memberahip- The movement has no commercial side of any sort. No fund is being sought by tne society. The object is to promote national patriotism, and at t...

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