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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 7 October 1905

T r DIRECTORY 11 ' 1 " '-'"v iny O'O WJYit ' t kr;' -:?? .aaaaaHaaaat. Sedalia Churches. sunuay sanvicns. TAYLOR CHAPEL METHODIST CHURCH. Sunday Scnnot Preaching Class-meoting Kpworih League Preaching Prayer Meeting Wednesday even dig oi each week. Kev It. Davis, Pastor. Residence 107 U. Cooper street. 9530 a. m. 1 t,oo a. id 5joo p, ni. 6.30 p. w. 7.0o p. m. BURN'S CHAPEL, FREE BAPTIST CHURCH Sunday Sclicol . 10 a m Preaching First and Third bun day in each month, 1 1 a. m. and j;io p. in Prayer Meeting Tuesday night Covenant Meeting Wed. night Pews free and everybody made welcome cv IS D Burns, Pastor, Miss Lela Jonos, Clerk PERSONAL. his daughter, Miss Oleatha, who is pursuing a special course in music ai me college. Mrs Katherinc Harris has re turned from Chicago and St Lou is where she visited her brothers She reports a very pleasant visit. Mrs Lillic Norn's, who has been visiting patents and friends at her former home, Tipton, has return ed to hnr home in Denver, Colo. Mrs Luc...

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. — 7 October 1905

I . -i Si , r. i--v t , y. . ,L if T Versa 1 ea CoriClUUCcK it 9 i t l&Tbti'M K church is carrying on KreVival; Rcvr TSHsha Htint is !j(8 1 Rev: Johnson in this &tiW Thuir are hrtvinET VCfV ' ,oo success. , Editor HUston was here on fc"9inc. last week; We arc al ro i Kev G W Watts was nerc oun i lav and preached two able ser- "1. f'll..;. rniuifl Was U1VVMVII ...... scnger en route to. Versailles one day Jast week. Will Key left' for St Louis Sun day afternoon. jbjtf Shacklcford, after short vacation, le(tVednesday for Ann Arbor, Michigan, to re-enter the University as a student in the law department. 10.1: I,CV Misses Keltic Smiley and Jo- jephene Lczworthwiil leave oun Ttlay for Kansss City to visit rcin t ?vcs. pi Born, to Mr and Mrs Smith Xutt, a twelve pound baby boy. Ij? mHm Sallie King and f,!kcwmon, of Moro, spent Sunday icrc. Mntrirt Morton i3 on the 4ick list at this writing. f 9 mr SOUTH GROVE. Sir1 Services were held at the Bap colWburchSunday. Th regular thAasto...

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. — 14 October 1905

i 3 vol ni. SBDALIA, MISSOURI, SATURDAY. OCT. 14 1905- FOUK STORKS. SUPRUMB LODGE, K. OF I'. THE ATTENDANCE LAW. OPEN SATURDAY NIGHT TILL 10:30. JUST THE WEATHER WE HAVE BEEN LOOKING FOR. Be prepared for tlio Cold weather with t Swell Suit and an Overcoat Nowadays its BARNES-KEM CLOTHING CO Th e newly elected officers of " nere are many inquires con- the supreme lodge of. K of P at coming the enforcement of the Pittsburg, Pa. compnlsory education Jaw. A S W Stalks, supreme chancel-, fcw of them lmvc been answered lor, Charleston, W. Va. E A Williams, past supreme chancellor, Cincinnati, O. S W Green, supreme vice chan cellor, New Orleans, La. E D White, supreme prelate, Stiiubenvillc, Ohio. S N Mitchell, supreme lecturer. Austin, Texas. John II Young, supreme ex exchequer, Pine Bluff, Ark. C K Robinson, supreme K R S. St Louis. D S Miller, supreme master at NO. 2li ONE l'RICE-PLAIN FIGURES. 303-306 Ohio Street, Sedalia. I J. C. STEPHENS CLOTHING CO., Macon, Mo. C. KELLY BARNES CLOTH...

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. — 14 October 1905

,Scdalia Weekly Conservator 1 4" Jrotl rcli fcroil Eel- Tb m F15. Sir ;coi the las bcl io 0 i s 13 i III IB-. MP It We Both Lose Money if You Don't Trade With Us. tIP K. M. H. HARDWARE COMPANY ill Fublihsod erory Saturday morning An ntermt At SednllaPost-oinco as Seo or.d clans matter. V7. H. Hueton. Editor. Per Yefti (lh 'nAVtin) Six months 0u Advance) Bitifile Copy. . ....... $1.00 .60 05 Whkkh To Tkadh. Every individual'should know how to spend Ids or her money. n"Since thev should it does not follow however that they do spend it to thc,bcst advantage for themselves and those about them. .Negroes-do not use an much business thought in their methods of trade as they .should. For instance, o many urnl-tradc" with merchants who fail to favor any of the race's enterprises in any way, Where such conditions obtain, the Negro needs to be told "when ie should trade." If there are merchants in your community who advertise in all weekly and daily papers except your race paper, you should a...

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. — 14 October 1905

V - w fife II. ft." I' v. CHURCH DIRECTORY Scdaliu Churches. SUNDAY St-RVICP.S TAYLOR CHAPEL METHODIST CHURCH. Sunday 8ch0ol rjo a. hi. Preaching - - 11,00 a. m Cla9s-JiicPtinK - 5J00 p. tn. Epworth League - 6,30 p, ip. Preaching - - 7,;io p. ni. Prayer Meeting Wednesday even ing o( each week. Rkv H. Davis, Pastor. Residence 107 E. Cooper street. Mai'S CHAPEL, FREE BAPTIST CHURCH Sunday Schcol - 10 a in Preaching First and Third Sun day in each month, 1 1 a. in. and 7;3o p. in Prayer Meeting Tuesday night Covenant Meeting Wed. night Pews tree and everybody made welcome Rev E V Hums, Pastor, Miss Lcla JoneB, Clerk PERSONAL. SUliSGRUlERS! TAKE & mmcK if& A blue ponell eroia I In till in cc Iff- J& InJlratc thnt your aliTlillm 1 p.it due l'lium remit ut uiu't t'.jjj Ibu oill'pniiilobliiip. rfo W II. IU'sTOV t j editor sin I r.U'iltrr.& A. Lloyd, G. C. will belicre on the :0th. Let all the I'ythians turn out. Presiding ICIder N. C. Unreu Ins been in the city all the week...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Conservator
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 14 October 1905

1 r 00 TO AYNE'S o p u 1 a r MUSIC HOUSE For HIGH GRADE Kimball, Ludwigfc Cj-iipany, Stcck, Fischer. Whitney and aUG . other Makes ol Guaranteed Tli ii PIANOSi Sheet Music at Half Price. CO lo, r-' 4 K ft What Would You Say", by rtatt... 1Cc- 'Strolling on the Pike," 14c. A Starry Night for a Ramble' 17 VLittle Tillic Twinkle," 25c. 'When the Frost is on the Pump--kin, Maggie Dear," 25c When the Mocking Uirds Arc Sieging," 25c. 'Ill The Shade of the Old Apple- "Mrs. Lizzie Young, of Jellerson City, is visiting her sister. Arthur JJrent and others of linticelon attended the fair here last week. Leslie llass and family, of Sc calia, attenced the fair here last week. Little Fay Thruston, rho has been visiting her grandmother at Sedalia for several months, has returned home. Samuel Wood left Sunday night for Kansas City. 1 , Tree," 25c. "I Love You All the Timc."?5c "Where the Silvery Colorado Wends Its Way." 25c. "I Am Longing for My Old Kentucky Home," " 25c 'The Robin's Sweet Song Re...

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. — 21 October 1905

'AT Rank Ahead of the Rest BEST 0cbwlk tUcclitn Conservator. sedaua; Missouri; Saturday, oct. 21, Tyuj-" no. 22. by TEST LONGANS SedaJia Steam Laundry 21 .218 LAM INK PHONE l54. MARTIN-JONES NUPTIALS. Mr, Isaac Martin l-caus miss ei- ma Lee Jones to the Mat rimonial Altar. The Last Resort. A l.ime audience of invited guests were prckcnt at the Mor ; an Street Baptist church, last 'Wednesday evening, October :t, tn witness the marriage ceremony &L -m- !ciii Mnrllii mill Miss Sel- uuui . Jones, two of our best IS beloved and highly respected cit jjens. A few minutes after 8 m Miss Anna Smith sang a beautiful solo. This was appro -nrinriatC to fllC occasion. TllC accompaniment was played by -Mis.s Lucille right. Immediately after the solo, i-Mlss Minncola Jackson began the wcddintr march; Misses Gcr- n c Wnde Fhnn nd .Marguerite rSinith were the illowcr girls, with gvMisi, Jones and Charles Holmes u esiotts rcptctively of the bride and groom. On their arriv-j il bcfoJe the altar, t...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Conservator
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 21 October 1905

it W it tScdnlia Weekly Conservator. 4? y K fcro ftibtlhsrd every Saturday morning on Per Yertr (in rtthnrnjo) ...... !?V-IW entered ai SfedaHaPiot-offloe ns t?co 8fx mbiilhs Onodviuicel .80 ord elans jailer. Siinglo Copy .,.,....,.' 05 Ot'R MUNICH'M. GoVI'.RNMKXT. Editor.' retnicnt, we are grateful, and we hope that no action of ours here-j after will cause them to ever regret tne stamt tney nave iaw n in our behalli ' i I Si la! Ici J 1 IF 1 1 V w ft El a Mr Within a few ihonths our attention will be called to the eonlinu Ing ! newer of the. present city atlminlslratio.i. 'I'robably in a heat' cd partisan manner Some change! may be made, that will not he for the best interest of the my-- ourselves, ro avoid such radical changes as will iffcct us considerably, otir attention should be awakened now. Let ut look dispassionately into the management of publKJ.at fairs and nee if they compare favorably with former adminstratious. Until the present bi-partisan regime our city's debt was ...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Conservator
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 21 October 1905

SI 5g DIRECTORY Sctlnlia Churches,. Miss Ardon'a W. b1ott of tile Windsor school came home on t c 14th nml returned on the loth, Vrcsitliiitf elder, W. II. Smith arrived frcin Iloltlon, seriously ill Dr. J. M. Harris has his case in hand at thin writing, SUNDAY $URVIC2S TAYLOR CHAPEL MSTH30I5T CHW3H ! a o virions ana Williams CAFE AND RESTAURANT, Hoard by the day, week or month. , Sunday Bctiool I'rcachiiif? Class-nieetinn Kpworth Leauun PrcaehinS Prayd Meeting Wednesday even Ki v If. Uamk, Pastor. llesMncc 107 E. Cooper street. ! Grand Chancellor A. V. Lloyd ( Uriyadier (icneral William . Hob Jinson, of ili'j World's Fair i.itv, Prof, A, C. Maclin and Kiln.ir W. II. llustontif flilu riiv I !)!3" . '" (dinner K.testH of Dr. and Mir. J. j 11,00 a, ni M jfarnm,., Sioo p. ni, O.jo p. n .... , w J'" 't'"K attended the marriage of her sister, Miw Jones to Mr Mattin, list week. A very happy occasion. BURN'S CHAPEL, FREE BAPTIST CHURCH Messrs Kussell Johnson ,nid 1) W I. uens of sweet wate...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Conservator
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 21 October 1905

1 ; t rrof. i 1 ML VI 1 L Hi f. ? n3 B1 Sfl MB is i I bj; peter pejil. -o- K W. UUSKE, PETER.PEHL a COMPANY ' Importers of Wibe, Liquors arid Brcndics. Yholes&te Dealers in AnbcuHe'r-JJUHch Beers. Sole Atfenfs for Ktcclaior Spring Waters and Ales, BELL 'J; 1MIOM0S......, QUEEN CITY y.Vv Rev Kmo-sju u carrying on a scries of meeting1 at the Prairie "lome Baptist church. Mesdaraca Bowtes attd Shr.cle ord ar visiting in Kan lif? City ii is wool;. He-. Hunter, that great diwne, ' o ha been holding- a meeting ji Vcriaille?, preached at Burn a pcl, this place. Wednesday 'iny to a full house. Mr. Coleman, of Springfield, li , U in the city taking orders' rniu-Rcd pictures. His work is cucellcnt. Mrs Lucttta I'ridesmore visit--.1 Mr James CrockcttThttrsday n Bunccion. Miss Serena V'ticc utter an c.v ended vifit here, including Ka m City ami adjacent tow ?, left ti Jefferson City where .hc will ri-tt enroute to her home in l hnrles'.onn, Mo. Mr and Mrs Kerne' oi Dflnver, Cola , are Visit...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Conservator
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 28 October 1905

MS,-- to ar vol, in. Scttlift tUcclil I) Con Gcnmtor. SBDALIA, MISSOURI, SATURDAY OCT. 28, 1905- NO. 23. r 1 I LOOKERS FOR UP-TO-DATE Suits OAaiED&iEnr JRili ft! IIL mam w The Last Resort. Negro Physician Specialist. Whim he has tailed in politics To win a fair renown: jUr, Marcus iMsnerucr Wheat- When fickle "nartv" throws him la"'lt " colored physician of New- out, And "bosats" throw him down. The statesman who has lost his job J Vents on the world his spleen; He takes his "trenchant pen", in hard," And starts a magazine. The Journalistic prodigy, Who cannot hold a job, Because he thinks the editor Him of his fame would rob. i lie finds a guileless printer man, A printer young and green, And strives to "fill a long felt want" He starts a magaz'ne. I Stenographers who can't 'stenog,' And actors who can't act, port, K. I., is recognized as New England's leading specialist in cleftro therapcuics and the Ex- ray. In-early life he was asjtoe maker. Wm. Courtaey's SHOE STORE The Mos...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Conservator
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 28 October 1905

K1' , Scdalia Weekly Conservator. w. H. llustoa. . . ... . . Edftor.' - SlS''. ' , , i 1: ssssa 1 1'. Ifublilued every Sntardiiy morning an ntercd at SedallaPostfOffloo ai Beo ord class matter. i I for Year (In advance) . $1.00 Six monthsin ad.va'nco) . 1 1 1 . v, '.W Hineld Copy. ...,,. 'sis 05 Our Municipal Govkknmknt. r .Within a fmv tnontlis our attention will be called to the continu ing tn power of the present city administration. Probably in a heat ,cd partisan manner some change? may be made that will not bs for f the best interest of the city ourselves. To itvoid such radical changes f an will affect us considerably, our attention should be awakened njw. Let uh look dispassionately into the iiiaiiapcment ol public nf fairs and sec if they compare favorably with former adminstratious Until the present bi-partisan' regime our city's debt wa8 increasing; our public services were unmanageable; our streets were improperly , cared for. our police system was lamentably defective a...

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. — 28 October 1905

fk' ' 'V" tf CHURCH DIRECTORY Scclalia Churches. SUNDAY SERVICES Prepare to attend the Morteacc nurning-aml Jollification services at Taylor'sChapel "Friday night, November the third. Rev. William Alexander has rc eeivedano'thcrycar's appointment to Quinn Chapel. His congrega tion and friends arc delighted. TAYLOR CHAPEL METHODIST ,CH!J35H. 1 Dr. J. A. Taylor of Columbia waited between trains here on the 21. While here he enjoyed several hours with his old friend and class male, Dr. J, M, Harris- Sunday Bcliool 9',iO a. ni. Preaching r - n.oo a. m CUss-mecting - 5500 p. ni. Emvorth League - 6,30 p. m. Preaching - - 7.!'" P' ". , Prayer Meeting Wednesday even- ,.,., inK of each week. I rs- K? ' haH 's Rev R. Davis, Pastor. 1 car,H announcing that she is pre Residence 107 E. Cooper street. l''iru(1 to do first class shampooing ,and manicuring. It is hoped that our elite will visit her with many mirscwa. free baptist church ""' "'" I i 3 J e..-.l... W,rn! . Vn ., , ' Kfil J'01" CyCS Ul...

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. — 28 October 1905

Rev J TThorniy, pastor ot the Baptist chiirch" of this city, rc- lutnctl Friday from Hannibal where he ha heen attending the Slue association. Mrs Vina Isaacand little dangh tcr, ami Miss Mary Isaac have re turned from u eens visit to tel tivc.s a.(l friends in Mexico. The HajUi t chit'ch bvrc antici pates a gr.t til i'allySummy. 1 heir worthy a' .oi" h exerting untiring cWorts. Mrs Clara Wilson is here visit ing her, father, George Sc''U, who is qi'ilc ill. Win W II Rcid, of Lincoln, Nebraska, is the guest of Win Brenk and family thisveck. Prof Henry Bell of this city has purchased the Reeves property aid will Ulic possession a t once, It is desirable property and adds much to the financial status ol the ruce. MARSHAL!,. Mrs Ellon Masan and John lien ilerson and wife made a recent trip to Kansas City. Ed Pollard and wife, of South Grove, were in town 1-st Satur day. Lewis Picssly is moving to his now home in tbe country, Rev Green icpatring his house on East Washington St. Rev A M ...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Conservator
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 4 November 1905

PS" 4 ' ' ' SBDALIA, MISSOURI. SATURDAYNQv 4, igoy - LOOKERS FOR UP-TO-DATE Suits and Mi tad Ouaren teed by B, KtipptQ ketmrr A Co. Aiwtla'i Cloth kukcrt Overcoats B. i -urn 3 Can get what they want in Stvlh, Piiick ami Fit in the KUPPENHEJMFR Line. It is the best made. Don't miss seeing this Line in all its finished completeness. Boys' and Men's Ca.ps. YOUNG'S Up-To-Datc Hats Soft and Stiff Line Lion and Monarch brand Shirts. Nothing better on the market. We have a great variety. ngiuxtuunsui 5 Men's aivd Boys' Underwear E. E. JOHNSTON, The Clothier $ 207 Ohio Street Moral and Industrial Education, the Present Need of the Negro. President Roosevelt Declares Such to Be the Present irum me ttace. Extract from His Tuskcgee Add Demand rcss. 'Within the last twenty years the industrial operations of the south have increased so tremen dously that thcic is a scarcity of labor almost everywhere, so that it is the part of wisdom for all who wish the prosperity of the south to help the Negro...

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. — 4 November 1905

1UHLJ 1 14 Wat t t Sedalia Weekly Conservator. Publihsed every SaturdyTijoruinit"ari entered nt SedjllaPoK-oftioe. aV.Seo ord class matter. W. 11, Huston. V.'i Editor. I'cr Vcar (in ndVanco) , .". ; .111.00 Six month's (.in advance)' ...... ,' .60 Sinelo Cony. . .... . 05 THE JUVENILE QUARTETTE, Mrs- Susie J. Laynci.sincc her selcctipn as 'musical, director, at George R. Smith College, haa brought about great changes for bet terment in that department. Among the more prominent may be mentioned the Missies Juvenile Quartette. Great and satisfactory results have attended each apppcarance of the organization before the public. In its musical numbers; a richness of tones, sweetness of melodv, harmony of voices, rythm of sentiment and concert of ex ecution is prominently,' perceptible. No rarer musical treat can be enjoyed than to sit through .one of the .recitals of this mnsical com bination. Plans have hecn perfected1 fot this quartetic to make an extended tour of the great Northwest. ...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Conservator
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 4 November 1905

I. - &HUKCH DIRECTORY Scdalia Churches SUIWAY SnftVICGS TAYLOR CHAPELUlCTHOaiST ll Coleman, the artist, Is re- 3.MW4Wtjivcygj4 siding at the Craighead home this a - r.vn uuiiuu o aitu ff, liiioLJii o e your order at any hour. ' V' . 7! " CAFE AND RESTAURANT, g Mrs Annie ljylcs' is home from ( Board by the day, week or month St Louis to visit her husband .Tna f ,Pylo, wbc seems to he enjoying Jt 'iiicnnciysincc tier arrival. rvr' ay Sunday 8chool Preaching Class-meeting Epworth League fi..ni-li!ns jfayer Meeting Wednesday even ingof each week. Hkv It. Davis, Pastor. Residence 107 E. Cooper street. g;30 a. ni. 1 t,oo a. in 5(oo p. in. 6,30 p. n. 7,llo p. ni. 5 lohn Abbott has secured a no 1 9 1 . sftinn as extra porter on the K H t 1 ty. Peter and he mean to do a big s . . . . I s "sealinu business this winter. 3 3 3 Mesdamcrf J H Ncwb'tll. our a collector, and Callic Morehcad S drove to Long wood Monday to5 Vimt Miss Pearl v Lucas, who is W. urr!niioK ill Hot lunches served at al...

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

1 ..1 1 Ft? it i MALTA BEND. Martha' Fowler, who has been visiting in Yates and Hig bec, lias returned home. Sam Reid, of Lexington, visited his father Wc arc dad to! learn liat KcV Wallace wan letnfned for another Will Hv.nJc.son is still on the sick lit. Mrs Will Marlin, of Wa 'crly, h visiting in town thl week. Mrs Alfred Watson will rcairn home the last of the week. Rev Ur Howard, of Lexington, is here on business this week. ai Sfi bOUTH GROVE. Johnson Stcvcrson, wife and I ttleson, iiarl, ol near Cretchcr; spent the first of the week with hsr parents. r George L Carttr, of Salt Pond, made his usual call at the home of Miss R B Jones. Revival clwued Sunday night with one convert, Edward Hawk ins. Joseph Stcverson, Samu.l Shan non, Matilda Buford, Fannie Fis cher, am Buford and I on Nich ols made a trip to Sweet Springs the latter part of last week. Miss Mamie Cole and joe Tay lor, of Sweet Springs, spent the last dav of last week and the next ,vith the family of Uud Walt er at S...

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. — 11 November 1905

fox I Wit m .Z-?!11-- 'SBDAUA,MISSOURI, SATURDAY.NOv.il, i9q5. ' jjQ. 2sl 1, LOOKERS FOR UP-TO-DATE a Mailt ind teed hf brtmrr A Co. Aim-tic' Co4hca Moral and Industrial Education, the Present Need of the Negro. ! President Roosevelt Declares Shell to Be the Present Deriiand irom the Race. Extract from Ills Tuskegcc Address'. Can get what they want in Stylk, Piuce and Kit in the ii. KUPPENHE1MEE Line. It is the best made. Don't miss seeing this Line in all its finished completeness. Lion and Monarch brand Shirts. Nothing better on the market. We have a great variety. Men's and Boys' Underwear E. E. JOHNSTON, The Clothier ff 207 Ohio Street. ELEMENTARY SCIENCE IN THE PUBLIC SCHOOL. Uv Prof. A. II. Harris, Principal of the Versailles School. ''Within the last twenty years the industrial opsrations of the south have increased so tremen dously that there Is a scarcity of labor almost everywhere, so that it is tin; part of wisdom for all who wish the prosperity of the south to help the N...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Conservator
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 11 November 1905

it V-S iawHS'! I,'Vv5 Vff- rftfHKWflgfwjt," fi , rr, rr-ffigESfr --- - ' - - - - - ' 1 - .nrr. ..'4 n ,frJwn.if'nw,,p pi: T!flvEiJ1ra7i if Sedalia Weekly Conservator. ii 4 Hi; til 3 f Publilwed evory Saturday morninit an .j entered tit Beaaiiarosi-ouico an oco end class mutter. W. H. Boston. . .... . Editor. for Your (In aihanco) ....... 11.00 Six months (in advance) , .60 Single Copy 05 A Wokd To DliUXgOBNTS. Our dohuquont list is getting too large. It has become neces sary for us to employ special collectors to look after this department o our work. By tins an extra expense is incurred. Unto the dc linqucnt we wish to speak frankly and earnestly that we may be un derstood. Your patronage is earnestly and urgently desired. But we must insist that you pay us what you owe. Unless you do, we shall not be able to meet our obligations. Another thing, when our collector calls ou you for a settlement, don't start any talk about stopping- the paper until you have "squared" yourself with ou...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Conservator
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