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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 26 August 1905

tfA m i , I , , , - - w , 1 ' 111 i i . . ii.i.h .ii i fcTift CHURCH ' DIRECTORY Sccklia Churches. SUNDAY SGRVICHS. TAYLOR CHAPEL METHODIST CHURCH. Sunday School gj30 a. m. Preaching - tt.oo a. m Class-meeting - 5)00 p. m. Epworth League - 6,30 p. m. Preaching - - 7.0 P. m. Prayer Meeting WfcdnesOay even ing of each week. Kev H. Davis, Pastor. Residence 107 II. Cooper street. BURN'S CHAPEL, FREE BAPTIST CHURCH Sunday Schco'. - 10 a m Preaching First and Third Sun day in each month, 1 r a, m. and 7;3o p. m Prayer Meeting Tuesday night Covenant Meeting Wed. night Pews free and everybody nude welcome Kcv E D Hums, Pastor, Miss Lela Jones, Clerk PERSONAL 00 f 5 r SUBSCRIBERS! TAKE NOTICE A Mils twiii'll i-ro In thf painf9- j T L Holdcn. of Biincoton ts helping- Bird Brothers in their Cafe this week. He also hand In a annual subscription. Mrs. Mack Scott returned from a visit in Kansas City last Tues day. Mrs. Scott looks 20 years younger since her return. Kcv M L Jackson and wife, of Kn...

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. — 26 August 1905

Si"1 m, w HOMES FOR. SALE Houses and Lots for Sale at Cheap Prices at Higgina villc, Missouri. For thtrtv daya, after July 8th I will !s following describ cd ihv.-i at t,,c subjoined bargain prices: Four room house, on two lots 50 by i25, smokehouse, coal bin, hen bouse, trood cistern, cellar, and all kinds of fruits. The build ing has been recently repaired. Sale price, 5700. r. One four room house, in good condition, on lot SO by 125, with good well and all necessary out buildings. Bargain price, $400. A commodious five room house as good aa new, on two lots 50 by 150, with alt necessary out-houses situated witniu one half block ol he principal business strecta of the city. A great bargain, $1700. One lot, 18 by 150, and 3 room house. Bedrock price, $200. A five room cottage, in excel lent condition, on a lot SO by 150, with outbuilding and splendid or chard. Must go at once for 5425 - f t Everyman owe It tolilmsolf nndlils fum lly to master trado or profession t Head the display ...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Conservator
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 2 September 1905

:eff ; I i Geo, R. SmltK College. ' FALL TERM OPENS SEPTEMBER Will. '01 I. L. LOWE, Ph. D. President, ScdeJia, Mo. SEAS, Compulsory School Attendance 'Bill. E. K. Jqluison, of Pettis County Drow the Origi nal Copy of this Important Law. The law read as folio W.4:t-i r t An act tq tnforce tjic constitution al right of every child in the state to an eilucat!9n,,-o provide for truant or parental tcliools and at tendance officers in the cities of ten thousand population or more and to prohibit tht employment of children during school hours, licit enacted. liV the ireneral As- 'A'tk-semtiy ol the. jStatc of Missouri, ftr- as follows; . Section!. Every parent, guar dian or other person in the state Missouri having charge and con trol of a child between the ages of eight and fourtcqn years shall cause such child to attend regu larly Aomu day school, public, pri vate parochial or pariah, not less th'h cac-balf of the entire time the school which said child attends is m session, or shall pro...

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. — 2 September 1905

fa I lit - ' i T,- f, i f, Sedalia WecklyConservator. . x2nWlhel ovcry Saturday; morning mi Elf ctd class tnatlor. W, Hi Huston, Editor- Per Yar (iuc4De) . Six mont hi" (in ndvancol . . Slonle Copy i,V . t . . . "Sylvan Nigk Thought." v By Dr. J Will Jackson? Sotty creep the shades of evening; Twilight, fading, folds its rays; , Smiling' stars thru ether beaming; Sweetly moans the dove her lay. Limpid is the-glow it midnight; 1 '' Zephyr breezes fan the, brow; -Gently steals the calm of midnight; . Passing joys no time heed now --, Slowly weave fond recollections, , Watching we the night depart- Cullings from mute meditations, Visions dear that touch the heart. Whispers, would as long lost echo," Mcm'ries of these scenes xone.by Glim'rings, li!c some far Oil halo, Reach the soul and make it sigh. Dreaming seems as I wonder. Thinking, sadly of the past. Sacred are its tics forever! Hidden tears come forth at last! . Lovely night, roll m in splendor, Until sun shall rise no more. Thou...

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. — 2 September 1905

ic i'. KVS"' .m mm ilCHUKUM Plfflg - Seek Ha Churchcfj. SUNDAY SGRVICnS. J T Fcrrll belivcs in the Con- Is uk vat or, because ho always gives us what is due us without any back talk, Harry Hopkins left on the morning train for Kansas City, there lie will spend some time vis iting relatives and friend. m i ''$ ' TAYLOR CHAPcL METHODIST CHURCH. Sunday School OJ30 n. m Preaching it, 00 a, nt Class-meeting 5; p. ni. E'pworth League - 0,30 p. m. Preaching - 7,;kp. m. prayer Meeting Wednesday even ing of each week. Kbv H. Davis, Pastor. Residence 107 E. Cooper street. Prof A II Gravctle was paying I his respests. to the ladies of our city last Monday. His school be gins on the 4th, at Tipton. ' Henry, of Jefferson City, The couple will enjoy life in.Sedalia. I he Consickvatok extendi con gratulationsr. : Morgan Bros., of near Dresden, presented our office force, Wcd ncsday, with alusclons melon. No better melon can be secured than those young: men are ra'isirp. Save your orders for them i...

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. — 2 September 1905

l- AV ' I 1M' A. t". i f HOMES FOR SALE 1: ! fit IloU$c and Lots for Sale At Cheap Prlccsat lfJt;V "ns" vilte, Missouri.- Fcr tbrt r dav,-' af tcr'JtiJy 8th I -will off fotlowing-describ id. p,rjiMvVJ?f ti"bjiod bargain prices: Four room Iiouhc, on two lots 50 by 1 25, smokehouse; Cdal bim jen house, good cistern, celiaft and all kind, of fruitiL The build. inf.' has been recently repaired. Sjatc price, SYOd. "One four room house,' in good condition. on lo.S. by ,125,, with good well and all necessary out buildings. Harbin price; $-400. A commodious fivo.Topm. house as good ns newj oh tv'6 lots 50 by 150, with all necessary out-houses situated witnin one t-'alf block of he principal business. streets of the city. A great bargain. $1700. One lot, 18 by 150, and 3 room louse. Bedrock price, $200, A five room eottauc, in excel lent condition, on a lot 50 by 150, Avith olitbiuldirig Unci splendid or chard. Must go at once for S42a. Two level lots, 50 by 150, each nicely located. At once...

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. — 9 September 1905

i 555" UfcV' Srim 1 1 a tUccli I n CoiiGcnmtor. VOL. III. SEDALIA, MISSOURI, SATURDAY. SEPT. 0. 1905-" NO. 17,;! - - 1 . e A . cisrrv7V.inv.c.vv. .- . t r. ;-;jt P.1S ' & tf: t?Sf I tr 1 ? Geo, R. SmiiK College, $ I' ( FALL TERM OPENS SEPTEMBER 19TH, '05 C" fr $ I. L. LOWE, IMi. D. President, Scda.1ia, Mo. '& fe te Compulsory School Attendance Bill. K. Johnston, of Pettis County Drew the Origi nal Copy of this Important Law. The law rend as follows: .An act to inforcc the constitution al right of every child in the state to an education, to provide for truant or parental f chools and at tendance officers in the cities of ten thousand population or more and to prohibit th employment -of children during school hours. neit&cted by the KcnUs,-! o(t?Jo-Statc"6f Mlfrm as follows: Section 1. Every parent, guar , -dian or other person in the state Missouri having1 charge and con trol of a child between the ages of eight and fourteen years shall cause such child to attend regu la...

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. — 9 September 1905

rii nff$ 5 1 1, t illihicd Bvnrr Saturday moraine nu aiore'd. at SedtllaFi'tt-ofnco rii Sea ird clw. tnhtter. W, H. Hn-tfou. Wr Year (In n&vrince) Six month (in fulvarco) Stasia Copy. . . . k 4 . Editor,) . THE VOICE OF THE NEGRO, . 6 QIW ..... ,.q .... ,03 - SedaJia. Subscribers Attention! ! The management of the Skdama Wkkkf.v Conskuvator on account of having heavy obligations to meet ana content- plating some important changes for the betterment of the paper will call on all delinquent subscribers on the 14, 15 and 16th of this month. Please be prepared to meet your obli gations. r - - A T ..!!.. . 9? W. H. Huston. Editor and Publisher. 2 5 if 9 Fix That Washington Avbnuis Cxossi.vo. H l 14 c p0 Dangerous places should be properly looked after. Life and io f'8ffi jfi." -nronertv mast be nrotected. A more dangerous olaoe for public travel can not be found than the Washington Avenue crossing'. Buildings and high fencewwith the unusually low passageway obscure the view both East...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Conservator
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 9 September 1905

r- -"Scdalia Churches. P' SUNDAY SBRVICESi PA.. P4WL0R CHAPEL METHODIST CHURCH. V'r.i, Hr.nnal MlPrcachiiig iKwif" " gPEp-orth League 9J30 a, m. 1.1,00 a. m 5;oo p. tn. - 6,3 P. m. KPrcacliing - - 7.U I', ni. llJ tfofttinrr Will1fttilftV PVuh. fc.ofcach week. EfafC Rev It. Davis, Pastor. IRe3idsnco I07 E Cooper street. IMS CHAPEL, FREE BAPTIST CHURCH ,SuaJay Sclico; - jo a m Pleaching Firat and Thin! Sun jldiy in each month, n a. ni.jmd SPiaycr .Meeting i uosuay night Covenant iucciini; cu. nigut ll'eivs (fee and everybody made fi Welcome Kcv E L Hums, Pastor, Miss Lcla Jones, Clerk to- PERSONAL. a -tft i . SUliSUKlUKRSl Tslh'Ji ? ?'.t? .YOTICE All fc'R A blu jHsnpIl crot j Bl;p!in1lcAt (lint your nubjcrlptlmi Is-'P PrSp' liif l'lno rainlt nt rniue lojp T!ilmv;cn'tohllite. w Ktf W It HI'S ION. $ j.R l.'Htnr ill t TiiMU'if r Rcv( Hrnlev nrpnip,t m, .... difnee at Taylor Chapel with an able sermon Sunday night, Isaac Reynolds and Master George are spending a pleasant weeks' visit in J...

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. — 9 September 1905

EMANCIPATION PROCLAMATION United S(ates of America., Executive Council Chamber, September 12 1905 Probono publico; and to all who jnay sec tli"e Presents, greeting: These ate the mature, dclibc rate, earnest. considerations upon j which the entire people, and es pecially the Afro American, arc hereby invited to tnccl on the 22d of September. Jn celebrating the limaticipa tion Proclamation by official Whereas, on the 22d day of September. Anno Domini One Thousand Right Hundred and Sixty-Two (1862), a proclamation was issued by the President of the United States, containing a othcr ihtngtt the following, to-wit; "That on the first day of January Anno Domini One Thousand Eight Hundred and Sixty-Three (1803 all persons held as slaves within any designated state, or designated part of n state, the people thereof being in rebellion against the government of a United States, shall be free. Now there fore, I, Abraham Lincoln, Presi dent of the United States, and Commander-in-Chief of the Ar...

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. — 16 September 1905

0eklk toeeKlg Consertifttor. -. iisni. 111. x-rc ,y SEPALIA, MISSOURI, SATURDAY. SEPT, IGTtgo- nth i j I $ Geo. R.. Smith College, f ' f: FALL TERM OPENS SEPTEMBER l'JTH, '05 p :. I. L. LOWE, lh. D. President, Sed&lla, Mo. a-. 4. 4' si t St Joseph District, CcivtraJ Missouri Conference, As Reported by P. M. Cason, Armstrong, Mo, Kditok cogitKVATOi:i--Tho Dis trict Conference of tlic St. Jcrooph District Central Missouii Confer ence was held at Independence August 23-27. Devotion service wasco'nductcd by the I'rcsidine; Elder on the morning of opening. At 9 o'clock the Piesiding Ki ller callcilXH'ic tnit5ni to Older Kcv W H Wheeler, who has been secretary for a number of years, was rc-ehcted nnd chose as his assistant Kcv F C Ji Wash ington of Armstrong. On opening morning 35 mem bers reported at roll call. Throughout the entire devotion al exercises and business meet ings a Cbristlikc spirit prevailed, and each one present felt like it was good to he there. From be ginning to en...

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. — 16 September 1905

r ub)lhed ore ry Sntnrdny morolriir mi entered (it SodallaPost-offloo ns Beo f ond class matter. Vfi H. Huston. Editor. For Year (in nuance) ....., $1.00 Sis months .In advance) ..,.., .60 Kiriirla Cot'V. . . 03 My Mother. REV. J. VIt.T. JACKSOW IN PROFICSStOXAL WORM). Underneath this tall oak spreading-, Mother's here just waiting- here. Why should I the grave be dreading, When my mother's there? Though the dny was dark and dreary, Though the night was cold and bleak, Home e'en then, was bright and cheery, Close beside this willow weeping. Mother sleeps that sleep so mild, Why should. I death's call be (earing, When my mother smile J? Though the grave be chilled and gloomy, Though death's hand in anguish creeps, This one thought will calm and cheer met Night is day where mother sleeps. lTI..,nt.,.,rA'onflat i)io uatucs iiugm me vihui (von, And thou art crowned at lust. Rkv. W. H. Smith, P. E. i 00 THE U. S. OF A. WnEKic Wie Found Thbm (Concluded from last week by the Editor.) After...

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. — 16 September 1905

in I ii i j i ' - CHURCH DIRECTORY Seek Hn Churches. SUNDAY SGItVICfiS. 5fP TAVLOH CHAPcL METHODIST CH'J.Vi Sunday School 9J30 a. tn. Preaching it, 00 a. in Class-meeting 5100 p. rn. Epwortli League - 6,30 p. m. Preaching - 7,3i p.m. Prayer Meeting Wednesday even ing of each week. Kev II. Davis, Pastor, Residence 107 E. Cooper street. BURH'S CHAPEL, FREE BAPTIST CHURCH Sunday School - i0 a in Pleaching First and Third bun day in each month, 1 1 a, in. and 7,3a p. in l'raT Meeting Tuesday night Covenant Meuting Wet, night Few free and everybody made weUoiiH' Hcv E D Hums, Pastor, Miss Lola Jones, Clerk PERSONAL. Prof p c Givens orders the Conservator and gives us a great boost. All right, Professor, we shall visit' your town this fall. Rev Dennis Pay ton, of Califor nia Mo, 'and Mrs Jane Ward of sail i'onu attended the funeral 01 .MrsAnn FIynn last Monday. Mrs Anna Wright jr departed last Sunday evening' for Columbia, where she began hcrycars's work m the Douglas School of that city....

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. — 16 September 1905

r I war-' 1 it ODDKBLLOWSHJP AND ITS HISTORICAL. .fcliCORIi History tells us that Odd Fel lowship was first established among Roman soldiers in the davs of Nero, about 54 yeara af ter tho birth of Christ. But Ins inr irari'tt ttb ornrin to nomc pe- riod anurior to the Christian era. There were two bodies of men repotted to have practiced : rw Elcusis. a small town of Attica, in Greece, and another which was incorporated at icos. Asia Minor, by king of Pergamos. The members of the formcrwere initiated in what was callcil the Dionysian Mysteries. They had signs and pass words so hat thny could distinguish those who had become members of their fra ternity. History aiso teaches us that se cret societies existed among th. Israelites, B. C. 600, when cap tives in Babylon. They were dc prived of carrying on their relig ious worship of their God, ac cording to the lawof Moses. They had degrees, pass words and signs so that they could tell each other by right as. well as by day. History tell...

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 September 1905

3& Hra'-ww 1 M. . " - .f rs -r, SEDALIA, MISSOURI, SATURDAYSEPT '.joTY f.; . aoout ifjfv k jl HO. 10. I mm Geo. R. Smith College. FALL TERM OPENED SEPTEMBER I9TII, '05 I. L. LOWE, Ph. D. President, ScdaJia, Mo. Gfe NEGR.0 EDITOR. Support lfor Kcro Journals Intelligently Ami Forcefully Urged, 2v. f&'Clt is often said: "I don't take "Colored newspaper, they don't S.'liav? any news; they nrc full of 'advertisements." My dear rcad . .erthat in the reason why the , don't have sufficient news. If fe'.-you do not subscribe and pay p your subscription (as there is a l?'irreat deal of difference in sub- 'Wibing and paying- for it) how !-'do you expect to see our Colored STpapcrs contain the news that oth Jracc papers contain? How do you expect them to have money to pay reporters to go j a round and tret the news rcport- Rrrs cannot nfiord -o do this (or notuinganu send it to tne edi tor? They cannot do it. It is just as impossible for them to labor successfully under these conditions...

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 September 1905

"1'1 ' ' - -w. -J ' n .,,1 , i nn- "in i " ii in in I " ' i i ' 1 " MTwpprwj -h.-juju-, .- ilxustr MWf W Sedalia Weekly Coiuervator. 7 V 'rf w 1; I'ublihsetl ovory SftVurday" morni'njr on entered at SodaU&Post-oflloe as Sco ot'd claw matter. , - M, Button. . Editor.' ler Year On aivhnco) . 8is months (,1a advance) SItirIo Copy. . ....... ...... .o 05 A Noble Plea. Wocl give us mcnl A time like this demands Strong minds, great hearts, true faith, and ready hands;' Men whom lust of office docs not kill; Men whom the spoils oi office cannot buy; . Men who possess opinions and a will; , t 'Pf V Men, who have honor, men who will not lit; : " Men who can stand before a demagogue. ' , , . ' And damn his treacherous flatterers without winking. Tall men, sun-crowned, who live above the fog In public duty and private thinking. ' For when the rabble, with their thumb worn creeds, -Their large professions and their little deeds, Mingle in selfish strife lo, Freedom weeps, Wrong rules the la...

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 September 1905

CHURCH DIRECTORY Scdalia Churches. SUNDAY SERVICES TAYLOR CHAPEL METHODIST CHUACH- i rt I linuay atmiui l'reacuing Class-meeting Epworth League I'reauhing 9i3o a. 111. u,oo a. in Sioo p. in. 6,30 p. in. 7, Ho p. ni. Player Meeting Wednesday even ing of each week. Rev It, Davis, Pastor, llesldsnco 107 U. Cooper street. BURN'S CHAPEL, FREE BAPTIST CHURCH Sunday School - 10 am Preaching First and Third Sun day in each month, 1 1 a. 111. and 7;.'Ja p. m Prayer Meeting Tuesday night Covenant Meeting Wed. night Pews free and everybody made welcome Rev E D Burns, Pastor, Miss Lcla Jones, Clerk PERSONAL. SUBSCRIBERS! TAKE T JWTICE V, A liluo pencil cro?i I Tff In thli opaonjiy- 3. 9 K9 op co Mlujlfntct (list your iln. ripiluii J.'? ipiut iln?. I'Jonw r-mi: u( on. to,? lUIMconn'JoWI'i. j W. II. Iji 1 , J9 IMltornnl l'liliiWicr. F S Greer witnessed the opening-of college last Tuesday. Mrn Dr J M Harris 's enjoy ing' a pleasant visit with relatives in Chicago. Silas Phillips and son Robert of ...

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 September 1905

ait The New America v country, 'us 01 uicu and of-fccuouity, Of thee I singj r.d where otif father' vied, mil of the patriarch's pride, rom every cradle-side Let "joo-tfoo" ring. et"Da da" - .v II the breeze rom eve'v p"1' of knecH, All, all day long. Xct infant tongues awake, Thro'o'Jtthaniffht,and make . This life, wilhu it mistake, One grand, sweet sorig. "Author" that is to be, .-Father of family. In thee vc trust; Let every Erroom and bride Flititf the brave slogan wide; "Anti-Race Suicidel Pike's Peak or bust!" A GOOD BEQUEST. Give me the chap Who, whate'er may hap, Looks up and is cheerful sti Who meets a brunt With smiling front, And uervc and vim and will. .-xE COLLEGE NOTES. of P. Entertainment t 1 EDITOR CONHKKVATOK, Dcaf Sir. Please allow me space in the columns of your paper to mention the enjoyable evening spent on i i t?..iu.t... . - ii. n . bcrs ot Hiirlcign lodge No. ay, K. of P. while celebrating their lourtl: anniversary. Several of the fair Calantheans of Marshal...

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. — 7 October 1905

.; MP1 1 1 . : 0 If Geo. R. Smhk College. FALL TERM OPENED SEPTEMBER 19TII, '05 I. L. LOWE. Ph. D. President, Scdsvlia, Mo q: ato us, our avenmrur climnip these tell us plainly enough tha they arc not our brothers thai they will never become such, and il it r... . ....... i"ui ii uiey unit an asyuitn in oui midst, they will still be the pro- motets ot trouble and our divis ion. Native citizens, men, women, daughters and children, turn Vour eyes upon all the sections of this island, search there for your wues, tor your husbands, for your brothers, for your sisters what must I say? Search there tor your children, your infants at the brcastl What has become of them? (I shudder in uttering it; Uicy have been the prey of these vultures. Instead of these interesting victims, your astound ed eyes rest only on their asas sins; only on the tigers drippintr xvith their blood, and whose fright ful presence reproaches your insensibility and your tardiness in avenging them. What do you Declarati...

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. — 7 October 1905

seuuia vccKijr wonscrvaior. ?abHhM every Saturday morning an utrtd itt SedhllaPoit-ofnce a 8eo ord elans matter. . W. H, Huston. Editor, Per Year (In ndtanco) .,.... ?K00 8?x month ,in advance) ...., .60 Hlncrla Conv. ., ............. . 03 MfrtHRK To Tkadu. " , ; Everr Individual should know how to spends his or her moncj', Since they should it does not follow however that they do spend it to the best advantaor themselves and those about them. Ne groes do not use as. much business thought in their methods of trade as the- Hhouid. For instance, o many will trade with merchants who fail to, favor any of the rate's enterprises in any way Where such conditions obtain, the Negro needs to be told "where lie should trade." CT3 If there are merchants in your community who advertise in jill weekly and daily papers- except yoUr race paper, yon should ask why he fails to give some patronage to your paper, the medium re fleeting your sentiments and feelings on all public propositions. You shoul...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Conservator
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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