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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 29 June 1907

OOIJRT it ate SCourta .-bf ifte Ortler of Calantbe. WSUk PlaC aod Datiol Yle.tin,, Exec utive OfficeW et Sbit iSenfcannua tain of our young ladies. If they httffcjapyfcSjMHieof pfopriaty jot. to stay avwyJrojn (ran bast .girls umu acj can ai ieasx use com moa sense. a a-s'AU MeetRt p.yendoma At- icademy,l734 Grand Ave.W- 1rtokmck "No. '166' i "Meets each 2nd-and 4th Friday aftcfftobb of. eaih'' month iat'2i'30 o'clock. Mrs, Satthew Dibble, worthy coiinclot; Jaaie ;Cotribs, recorder of deeds". J?. aloaaBssj Ho?si f 'Metita each lit and d Friday ahrriipTotfof iacjxrpxjih at -2:30 o'clock. Mrs. Lily Vjohnson, worthy-.jcoiwcjllortrsR H Brownihgfj'rccpfdcr of deed's.' .Meets each 2nd and 4tlrThurs iiaV afternoon of each month at 2:30 o'clock, Mrs.' Dojilc." Vates, worthy, councillor; Mrs. .Lulu Edwards, recorder of deeds.- " " ' WHIT H R03 E NO. 17. Meets oacblstand 3d Thurday alternoons of each month at 2:30. Mrs Korcna'West, worthy coun. cillor, Mrs. Pinkey Green, re corder of deeds. M...

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. — 29 June 1907

Wil , Ill rasatt-i i niii-rr it P 8$ "va' 68. ' I in.. 15 Ply 1 Is ' i V J. 8 r 1 i- a, Ml LB f air x ; -" i i ii mmm tMjyjjM.aajaaaaaaaaaaaajaaa BhMljgfpgrtgj -"" -aaaaaaww - - a aw I OggV.glMI JAM. S.. mv?? oi GREAT MASS MEET ING CALLED. CALL 1-OH A SOLEMN CONCLAVE nf the State of .4 J .MV Missouri. On February 13th., 1907, fifty dclcirates. representing ten eouuties and larger cities in the CStatc. assembled in the State House in Jefferson City to enter ibcir protest against the &epcratc car lasv, which had already pass cd the State Senate, and to ap peal to the reason, liberality and good judgetneut of the railroad committee and other members ihc House of Representatives who were present, to keep the proposed hill from becoming a law. We arc thankful to say thai 2hc better judgement of that body prevailed and we have been nuarcd the humiliation to whici our people arc subjected in many States. The success which at leaded our efforts upon this oc- tassion indicates clearly th...

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. — 6 July 1907

If ' "Ti'i MUBi BlII Vr ' y , - . - SEDALIAMaSJBDAY. JULY 6, ;go7. NO. -6. ' Why A Pythian ir 0 'H3 I ; I- IF --. pillars rest the super-structure of our Order and around them cluster our1 brightest hep is and fondest anticipation?. ITbere.tnay bo those, who join nimnlv tn find out the curiosities d by the outside world, I mean I within and after securing such, ihose who have not walked the L,ay think that they will then thorny pith, why are people Py pass by. so to speak. But when thians. why are persons flocking I ne has attained for! himself Bim ao swiftly to the order? These piy the "Looked for, curiosity," questions and many others may u fiiu the mind with & desire to orisA in an nhservinor nindi SO toll,-, u-t :a n hi farther nn. ,rymn L vat the MIW rjCrSOD micrht I CU Jtuinu i-nlu ortSnfiarl aibnn, a juwu UV3UI3 alii forget that there are underlying unf,i ti Pythian mysteries areyn nrinrinlea that are the very sinew L.-ll-H hv thi individual hfcnm- r. 1 I " -I of the Orde...

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. — 6 July 1907

Sedalia Weekly Conservator,. W H. HUSTON, Editor ft Publisher Published every Monday morning' and entered at the Seda lia Post Office as Secend Class matter. SUBSCRIPTION NtiCES. One Year, 52 Consecutive Copies, $1.00. Six Months, 26 Consecutive Copies, $.65. My Creed W. D. BOYCE. ' Do not keep the alabaster boxes of your love and tenderness sealed up until your friends are dead. Fill their lives with sweet ness- Speak approving, cheering words while their cats can heir them, and while their hearts enn be thrilled and made happier by them; the kind things you mean to say when they re gone, say be fore tLey go. The (lowers you mean tolsend for their coffins, send to brighten and sweeten their homes before they leave them. If my frien.ls have alabaster boxes laid away, full of fragrant perfumes J sympathy and affection, which they intended to break over my dead bo-ly, 1 would rather they would bring them out in my weary and troubled hours, and open them, that I may be re freshed and c...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Conservator
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 6 July 1907

1 III I I rU, M4fMeet.ech 2ha and th,Eriday iSWfiv'coun.ciltor; Jarile .Combs, IllfcdrdetSfdeSaa. s.'sl ' ; of S', ' ' ' Mt'veeta each is and 3rd Friday lwfttttoon of each month at ,2tjo M-oclock. Mrs. " tl'ly Johnson, M$rtby .couucillor', Mrs; . R H i'2nd and 4trjTThura- KiBrowning, recorder of deeds. iTES"?" OBTrTITAI. NOi 10. f;if--OSV afternoon; of each month" at a':30o;clock. "Mrs. Dollie' Yates, Sfortny councillor; Mrs. luiu Edwa'rda recorder of deeds. SiW- , WHITIS ROSE NO. 17. I r. . L . A 1 of Ti . llaMje I'leeis eacoxsianu ou louruay mt alter noons 01 eacn monin aiu. ESfW-Mra' NorenaWeat. worthy coun ??i'A.clllor, Mrs. Pinkey. Green, .re iW reorder of deeds. . . JW:' MASCOT COUK7.NO tfi?5? Arrimore:- Mo.. t -Meets on the first and third ;;-;v Tuesdays of each month at 2:30 S?V ',p. my in the Pythian hall. Mrs i&tet'V Fannie E Majors, worthy council iSf lor; Miss Julia Hall, R of D. M? r fj'jv. 4TLet the courts send some $fi fBws to us occasionally. "19 UTOPIA COVRT NO,...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Conservator
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 6 July 1907

p s i 1 41 I'M' : Hell of greeting and entertaining our friends real often. Our little city is now well sat uated with true Pythian and Gal- anthism influences, since the com Lined affair of som : of Missouri's most inffucntial citizens. Pro! A C Maclin, of George R Smith CollcRcg addressed txe people of Sweet Springs quite aljlv on the 2nd. After which there was an ice cream social with MisRoe Minnie Porter, Sallie Morchcad, Pearls Clav. and Nc vada Brent, and F D Johnson, and most all of the ice cream to the young men. Pt&nos at a Bargain. J. J. McDonald, the local rep resentative for the Thiebe-Sticr. I'm Music House ol St. Louis, has the following pianos for sale. CHICKKRING & SON, of Boston, POOLE, CAM ERON, TH1EBE-ST1ER LINT, THIELIN, and STIEN BACH-DREHER. Persons, desiring a piano, can save mony by seeing me first, since we are manufacturers and, therefore, we can save vou mon ey. Call on, or write, J. J. McDONOUCII, 01 7 LaFayctte Strett, Scdaiia, Missouri McCLAIN &...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Conservator
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 15 July 1907

IS i ' ; ',;7"i!T ; . - ' . citaltrt Ukclihi CS 'onscnrntor. fft SedftlU Weekly Conservator, Monday July 16 1907. RNO. 7 ft . GRAND LODGE KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS SPECIAL. V bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbb so beautifully portrayed in touch ing example of unselfish and un swerving friendship that .bound together the hearts of Damon and Pythias in a bond of brotherhood that hesitated not even at the sac rifice of life itself for a brother's sake, gave a new meaning to life in the hearts and minds of the frecd men, and thev flocked by thous ands to join the ranks of the new order. The order of the Knights of Pythias of North America, South America, Europe, Asia and Africa was organized by T. W. Stringer, who organized the Supreme Lodge at Vicksburg, Miss., April 17, 18S0. Tho order grew rapidly, subordi nate lodges were established throu J. ho Urdcr grew very rapidly, sub and Grand Lodges were established Grand Lodge, which convened in in several states within a short time Kansas City, in July 1000. ...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Conservator
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 15 July 1907

it Sedatit WmUj Connmtoir, Monday July 1ft, 1907. FORAKER AT WILBERFORCE. Makes Clear His Political Ideas. URGES NEGRO-AMERICANS TO CONTEND, IN MANLY WAY, FOR EVERY CONSTITUTIONAL RIGHT AND GOD-GIVEN PRIVILEGE. SENATOR FORAKER'S SPEECH. The Great Record of the Colored Soldiers. tion may be nullified and defeated President Claimed Guilt Certain and thwarted for years' to come, as But Soldiers Hot Heard it has been for the years that are i,The preailw gent this testi- gone, but it will come when it will mony to 8enate atatlng ln the be respected and enforced through- mesa transmitting it that it out all the land. But this realisa- Icft n nom for doy&t thnt some uon ao jmpuruMit w u. " " 0f the soldiers were guilty of shoot will not come without effort. tln UD the town an5 th many of Effort by Colored Men Themselves, them who did not participate in This will be an effort not for "n D. white men alone, but for Colored ! fehteMfi! mon 1n. Thev can do mora than M5 A were guilty ot wit...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Conservator
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 15 July 1907

mm m i rj,i n.f i Sedatf Weekly CoMemfo.lfoiidty July 15 1907. I i -V!'..'. A PYTHIAN? JPAStVcHANCELLOR J. WILL COOPER, OF WARRENS '4 flURG LODCE, DISCUSSES THIS PROPOSITION 'V, --WITH CONCLUSIVE RESULTS. J'1T ft . jltw IK o Si ? - 1.1 1 i.' W 2H.' - V. ;Tha question (bat may be ask-! in part a secret society, but is se ed by the outside .wot Id, I mean 4 3 Jt'i r ihoae who have not walked the thorny path, why are people Py thians, why are per'aons flocking o swiftly to the order? These -vqueitions and many others may arise in an observing mind, so to speak, yet the same person might forget that there are underlying principles that are the very sinew J of the Order. In everything that a man affil iates himself with, when he does so from a pure motive, is for the betterment of himself and the race, better for thn community and the ' country in which' he moves and has bin being. When one takes upon himself various, occupations, they are taken with the express purpose of bettering this...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 15 July 1907

Pf Four. Sedalia Weekly Conservator, W H. HUSTON, EditoH&hibhther. Published every Monday morning and entered at the Seda lia Post Office as Second Class matter. SUBSCRIPTION PRICES. One Year, 52 Consecutive Copies, $1.00. Six Months, 26 Consecutive Copies, $.65. LLOYD'S ALRIGHT. The Rising- Sun, of Kansas City, in an issue of r;cent date bad ."the following to say of Grand Chancellor A. W. Lloyd, of St. Louis: "Hon. A. W. Lloyd, Grand Chancellor of the Knights of Pythias of Missouri, jurisdiction of North and South A merica, Europe, Asia, Africa and Australia, has his resi dence in St. Louis, but is so well and favorably known over the state, that his home seems to be any place where he rests hi? grip and hangs up his hat. All welcome him and seem glad to have him with them. Chancellor Lloyd is the right man in the right place. He is doing good for the Knights of Pythias in this great 3tate of Missouri what no other man has been able to do for any other secret organiza tion in ...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Conservator
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 15 July 1907

jwriiK .1. - I V Sdftlia Weekly Coiiiervator, Monday July 15, 1907. Page Five. v. V. r. i ft -o-WAtCB' THIS' WiliB-Vofe-o , FOURTH "sf AUGUST , A N N 0 ; U N C E ME N T Co. f JPING BARG11 H, Ridgley 2L ClotHingon CREDIT 612 South Ohio St. MO personal: JtttUIlaUl4lllt2 SUBSCRIBERS TAKE NOTICE- K blue pencil croit I In this tpactfj f ndlcate. tbat your tnbicrlptlon It 5jun.it due. Please remit at once to, IgttiU oBlce and oblige, fj H ' W. II. , HUSTON., ,, 'm Editor and rublliher. J, See Editor Huston for Grand Lodge Photos fresh from Dun cans. Rev. J. H. Boone of Wellsville has a beautiful pair of mares he sets aside $500 for, almost daily. C. R. Smith, the popular M, K. & T. station man, is erecting a beautiful home on East 3rd St. John Sibley, the melon expett, of Boonville,' told us last week he had some. fine ones corning on. T)r. Leon Hill and wife were passengers from Boonville to Hannibal during the past week. Arthur Woolfolk, after build ing up a pretty neat wardrobe, de...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Conservator
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 15 July 1907

ft"" ' , I , " . 1 " ' -i pPag e Six. the Offending Hand By Annie Hamilton Doanell (Copyright, by Joseph B. Bowie.). Jetty felt better about that hand when he kept it in his pocket Ho couldn't sco how black it was it had "Why, Jeffjr, thii ypof he kM. "What can I do for jroor . Jelly stretched out hto sLabt hand and shut hit eyes, I "Cut It off an' cast it Into Hell Fire." he said rapidly. "It would be over soon ir yon kept your epos abut an' never budged." The One With Spectacle started a very little, but recovered himself the next Instant. He proceeded to es amine the small hand gravely. "It does look pretty black," be said looked very black when he shut it up ! " AiT.. en Bm1' i.a.. , ....... n tr u-..v.wi ,nB you, oas in "Oh, no, Elisabeth please hurry 1 I'd rather you'd do it f-fast," trembled the little voice. "You are sure you want it done? Setter think twice. You won't be able to cut your meat, you know." Joffy knew. "Or write In your copybook or play' ball" Or play ball oh!...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Conservator
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 15 July 1907

'Ml ,7! , Sedalia Weekly Conservator, Monday July 15, 1907. Page Seven 1 Dr. MiW Anti-Paln Pills ' Cure. Headache .Almost aitahtly, od kmw no bad effects. (They also relieve, every other pain, Neural gia, Rheumatic Pain, Sciatica Backache, Stomach ache. Ague Pains, Pains from In- t . Jury, Bearitig-dosrnPaina, Indigestion, Dla tincia, Nerromnaai ana Sleeplessness. CafaaaaV Prevent All-Aches Br talcing one or two Dr. MDes Anti-Pain Pills when, you feel an attack coming on. Yoasaot only avoid suffering, bat the weak- . ening infloencs ol pala npoo the system. II nervosa, irritable and cannot sleep, take a tablet on retiring or vfaen yon awaken, This soothing influence anon the nerves 'brings refreshing sleep. f as doses, aj cents. Merer soia m dub. j CALL OH WRITE . Mrs R. Sanders Fot all kinds of False Hair All Work Guaranteed 459 W. Cooper St. Sedalia, Mo. G, J Ciroeehan The Old Reliable GROCER, Retail dfltler Id Groceries, Provitioni nd Feed alt kind at bottom prices ' 109 East Mai...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Conservator
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 15 July 1907

r&ammmu '7' frl eight 1 Tre Rebellion nought, den said: "JaeMe, flsar, suppose yon go back and talk to your -fi 1m-ttrie 1 ,mue cotlMn no then, you can Help Of Ua.CK.ie , him dress, too, and come on to the pavilion with htm. If you persuade James to get up and come right on, mother will buy you a beautiful new book." Jack faced obediently about, and when his back was well turned, he made a wry face which would have By Suite Bouchelh Wight (Copyright, by Joseph D. Bowles.) "What a perfectly exqulslto child I" 'exclaimed a passer-by to her com1 curdled the blood of a Goop, for he nanlon. after a clanrn nt little Jack. (Jack's mother fldgetted with compla-j cency, and looked admiringly at tho, i vision at her feet a vision of golden curls, rich, creamy complexion, and the most tempting briar-rose cheeks ( a small boy, clad from top to toe in spotless white. He was a pretty boy. Sho knew thero was no denying hat fact, and- so sho did not tarry to ask herself tho meaning of that insc...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 29 July 1907

'V 882? . 11 NTO - J. J-VbssI ttkm " ic ITr. . T . 7 ' ,iw;p I X r M vwiv-t &V Ak. tincrutshcd ocrsonaees. BRtf3HlsBBBBnBBBBBBBBBBBBMiBBrllw H NO. 8 of UNION MEMORIAL EIGHT DAV PROGRAM BEGINNING JULY 28TH W Credit is Due to the Rev. Dr. Gillum. All Leading Men of Methodist Faith to Assist In Grand Affair HELD AT ST. LOUIS, MO. CORNER PINE ST. LEFFINGWELL AVE. t ORDER OF EXERCISES -- x i i - "SUNDAY, JULY 28th. - 9.-00 A.M. to 10:00 A.M., Communion. 10:4s A. M. Sermon by Rev. C. It. Spencer, D. D Editor of Ctntral Christian Advocate, Kansas City, Mo. 2:30 P. M. Platform meeting. Dr. A. W. Craddock, prcsid injr, A.idresses by Messrs. F.P.Hayes, George Warren Brown Brown, Hansford. "F. P. Cramer, and Rev. N. Lucock. 8:00 P.M. Sermon by Rev. E. W. S. Hammonds, D. D., Dean of Theological Department Walden University, Nashville, Tenn. MONDAY, IULY29thi 8:00 P- M. Rev. R. H. Cole, presiding. Historical sketch of the Church. Ten minutes talk each, by Revs. F. H. Small R. H. Smith. Addre...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Conservator
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 29 July 1907

ST. JOSEraDISTMCT JSMiB 1803, many Negroes haya Md.Hticid, positions,, ' TwoiffhWU - Vnitetl StaUs Senators. Twenty ;tfe IMprcMaUtW: TSMJiySffiSk - Registers of jwe Treasury tcveml , werXlttinut-iQWemm of State. About forty have held ptomatio lad oowuiar Sedalia Weekly Conservator, W H. HUSTON, Editor Publisher "S Sr. i. Is'", fti A Published every Monday morning and entered at the Seda lia Post Office as Soccnd Class matter. SUBSCRIPTION PRICES. One Year, 52 Consecutive Copies. S1.00. Six Months, 2i Consecutive Copies, $.65. The Foraker Doctrine. Xew political ideas arc generally heavily discounted until their real significance is fully understood. Politicians every attached very little importance to the 1'orakcr moycracut in the Senate. Some alleged that he was "playing" politics: others said that he was 'sore" at the President: others declared that he was in pursuit of an ignis fatuus. when ho undertook the task of securing a hearinS for the discharged soldiers o! tlr: 25 Infantr...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Conservator
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 29 July 1907

r 5 iM 9 PERSONAL UBSCklBERkt TJlKB A . i' s v nun- Mrs A H Gravctt;of Tipton is spending the week with her Bis ters in. law Mesdame3 Janie Gray etf on North Uroadway and Alice CJravett North Washington at. Richard Ferguson and wile of city .returned .home Saturday, whtre she hud been vimting her mother, who has been ill for some time. pf emitted to continue ultimately thwart the efforts of church and school. to make of Negro, a uselul and honorable citizen. An Observer I ' , mat Ib4IcM thut your tobtcrlptlon U na. one. Plao remit ut one to Mil office arid oouge, W. It. HUSTON, tf' Editor and Pnblliher. Sedalia succaeded in landing t nnrl Tndirel Watch tor a great enterlainment that will em brace an encampment and all else, m Mr EST," Continued from Page 1 Tr. H.. K. Webb, of Marshall aoint several days wittihis sister, .4.. Mrs Prioceis E Hubbard, list weeW; HU cimmg was an enjoy able tre t -nd other friends. Creat Oelebratio i are advertis - ed for even where hereabouts. Everybody...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Conservator
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 29 July 1907

U 1 Life Root Phora. in Zoa- ffoofof Ihe Value of This Impor tant Medical Arfent. FOR WOMEN Great Physicans Recommond tion when irregularor too profuse, Notice that the effect is to regu late and restore moral functions of these organs no matter wheth er the trouble be suppressed men. struation. or it opposite, protuse. This medical plant, Life Root. with others of equal value, arc found in Zoi Phora. Your drug- Kist will supply you with this rrmedy, already prepared, com- j. It for the Cure of Women's j pounded in just the right propor I. Ills. The National Standard Dispon- Jary is a medical word of neatly Jivo thousand pages, achtiowlcdg' til an standard authority by the medical profession everywhere. tions, and put up in sealed, steril- dollar bottles. Ask him for Zoa- Phora no further explamalion will be needed. Each package contains complete and explicit directions for using the medicine also copy of Dr. Pengelly's Ad- .11 edited by such world famed j vice to Women," a book of ...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Conservator
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 5 August 1907

Wffl ;V IliY It Y 1 1 liflMt intP -yoi. v. - - EIGHT 'if' onocnnitor. SEDALIA, MO. MONDAY AUGUST 5, 1907. NO. 9 OPENING of UNION MEMORIAL DAY PROGRAM BEGINNING JULY 28TH 8)e Sacred Conclave. r IK', w 14 ft" Credit is Due to the Rev. Dr. Gillum. All Leading Men of Methodist Faith to Assist In Grand Affair HELD AT ST. LOUIS, MO. CORNER PINE ST. LEFF1NGWELL AVE. ORDER OF EXERCISES SUNDAY, JULY 28th. 9:00 A. M. to 10:00 A. M Communion. 10:45 A. M. Sermon by Rev. G. H. Spencer, D. D Editor .of Central Christian Advocate, Kansas City, Mo. 2:30 P. M. Platform meeting, Dr. A. W.iCraddock, presid ing:, Addresses by Messrs. F. P. Hayes, George Warren Brown Brown, Hansford. F. P. Cramer, and Rev. N. Lucock. 8:00 P. M. Sermon by Rev. E. W. S. Hammonds, D. D., Dean of Theological Department Walden University, Nashville, Tenn. MONDAY, ULY29th. 8:00 P- M. Rev. R. H. Cole, presiding. Historical sketch -of the Chnrcb. Ten minutes talk each, by Revs. F. H. Small R. H. Smith. Address by Rev. E. B. Ran...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Conservator
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 5 August 1907

iV . 1 ' , ' '.,'1 ) ' V(H r'-V wh.'v If V "Tti 7Viv'i mm i"1 . Sedalia Weekly Conservator, W H. HUSTON, Editor 41 Publisher Published every Monday morning- and entered at the Seda lia Post Office as Secend, Class matter. SUBSCRIPTION PRICES. One Year, 52 Consecutive Copies, $1.00. Six Months, 26 Consecutive Copies, $.65. Basket Dinner and ' Rally at Smithton We will have our Basket Din ner and Rally at Smithton on the 11th of August. Rev Richard Da- vis, O. W. Bail and other noted diviners nave been invited to preach for us. We are preparing-to feed and entertain all who come. Charles S. Webster, Pastor Murray Carter,, Secretary. AN URGENT APPEAL. During- the next fifteen days, the management of the Conserva tor will have some very heavy obligations to meet. Therefore we take this opportunity to notify Jl who arc in arrears with us to re mit at once. LodRtt Warts, advertisers and subscribers art; earnestly urged to send tn their remittances without delay, We have, with your assista...

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