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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 5 August 1907

m mwm, "V, mm : ' I nr. $k ;. 1. 1 I PERSONAL. SUBSCRIBERS! TAKE JfOTWE. A bias pencil oroM I to thli pto(fSJ Indicates thnt-your inbiurlllim li pit dot. Pltaia remit atonua to tbl ofllat und obllse. i W. II. HUSTON. 1ft Editor and Pnbltihr.L ftWtttttttltttfttt Q Mrs Elizabeth Moore . after an illness of several weekc i9 now convalescent. LaFayette County Colored Fair j at Higghisville on the 21-23. Will you attend? The Queen City Concert Band will fill an engagement -at Boon vtlle Tburrny the 8th. Archie B elter has gone to St. Joseph to look after business in. terett he. holds near there. Vernon B, You ag tried one trip on the Pythian goat on the 't. He set the saddlu alright. Joshua Reeves spent a few hours in New Franklin recently attending to important business. Mrr. Susie J. Newbill of West Megan street is preparing to entertain a charmins young- Miss from Higginsville. During the session of the St. Louis District Conference we shall be glad to meet all friends at Poplar Bluff...

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. — 5 August 1907

GO U RT PIREOTOBY Names of Subordinate Courts of the Order of Calanthe, Their Location, Place and Date of Meeting, Exec utivc Officers, etc, Subject to Semi-annual and Grand Court Changes. KANSAS CITY COURTS All Meet at the Vcndome A cademy, 1734 Grand Ave. RUDHNCK NO. 1 f)6. ilects each 2nd and 4th Friday afternoon of each month at 2:30 Mrs. S Matthew DibMc. -worthy councillor; Jauie Combs, recorder of deeds, ikookkss no. 5. Meets each 1st and 3rd Friday rternoon of each month at 2:30 o'clock. Mrs. Lily Johnson, worthy councillor; Mrs. R H 'Browning, recorder of deeds. inKNTAL no. 10. iJffi ;ts cat 2nd and 4th Thurs day afternoon if each month at 1:30 o'clock. Mrs. Dollic Yates, Tvorthy councillor; Mrs. Lulu 3d wards, recorder of deeds. WHITK ROSE NO. 17. Meets eacblstand 3d Thurday afternoons of each month at 2:30 Mrs NorcnaWest, worthy coun- ijllor, Mrs. Pinkey Green, re xorder of deeds. MASCOT COURT NO 132 Ardmore, Mo., Meets on the first and third Tuesdays of each month at 2:30...

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. — 26 August 1907

HKPSjrafeps '.I - '.- ' ' ! . r r, tt . I Programme of . 4 ottsmwtor. SEDALIA, MO. MONDAY AUGUST 26,1907. i m i'y-f. : -,. pig 11 . wo. uw 7s. TAFT SPOKE ON THE NEGRO. THE SOUTHERN SITUATION WORKING ITSELF OUT WELL HE SAID. St. Paul's Chapel, M. E. Church Opening, SEPTEMBER, 15 to 22, M FAYETTE, issour i. Rev. W. J. DeBoe, Pastor. ORDER OF EXERCISES Lcxingcon, Ky., Aug. 22 With a discussion of the race- problem general political issue from the Southern standpoint, and an ap peal to Kentuckians and other Southerners to come to the Re publican party in support of those principles which he believed they favored, the Secretary of War, W. H. Taft. opened the Republican state campaign in this city today. Calling attention to what he called the Sonth's lack of repre sentation in the council of the na tion, he declared that this was true because one single hsue has made it the perpetual tail of the Democratic patty so that how'er small the Northern head it was that tail. The. South has perm...

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. — 26 August 1907

BajllMHKtSi . . . ' " " - - 11 .. . i - . - . - r .. ..i,-!-. - - .. r . -. j- CIii--Hr.iU delegate was .aH'ed:8o:K-,;tbHecbSi XimmmmMmW Scdalia Weekly Conservator, W H. HUSTON, Editor Publisher Published every Monday morning and entered at the Seda Ila Post Office as Second Class matter. SUBSCRIPTION PRICES. One Year, 52 Consecutive Copies, $1.00. Six Months, 26 Consecutive Copies, $.65. AN URGENT APPEAL. journ id. Every contain himself- until wrought enthusiasm. By tomVtmean'it :aeVB.;4hatwiiya;t'' heat has vaporized all this enthusiasm. F-ivWe fear ikfialLnttt haat anything more; of the ' Pettis Cotat three days betore the time for theselection of delegates to1 another; "Rnslutin' Solemn Convocation."- t , ' f Possibly, our local delegation has come to the conclusion that there is nothing for them to do. these hot days and evenings .except to sit on their veraadas and behold our young men and 'women in their hourly parades with their jugs, cans and barrels. ' Tuey 'may have learn...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Conservator
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 26 August 1907

wm 4 ; v ' 'S3 a--: r,ra!."' Aj.i"i SetSpiipgt'.luler4 ajjtwc days' MMt.it the dUtrlct conference tn bomeHon iWarrebi buriAiiui'ned tue j:iu 9rurqay afternoon; Rev. G. K. Abbott.; past ot- of ike,. Methodist Episcopal Cfiurch atGolumbia, was in oor city during- the past' 'week attending to important business..- He was on fii's'return home from the Dis trict Conferences at St. Joseph anil, WarreoBburg. The Central Baptist Associa tion convenes with the Morgan Street Baptist' Church today. Ev erything has been put in readi i !'"' Woifiiwini.rea dresscsr ' f ! Jlwiimililps; after rHM bV the Ptor. Rev. Robert ftgSSWI myrrensbiltg several days,7J!'' n nis confre llkandciaren to ie;tbeia; employment? It is i.ttt;for'oo'e to be sensible,' iftVtkoi.j(h':. rCk'!fafcea have (riven. uru,thm prosperity. iVfiaffl DaisJr,, represent, ing the Tai'orm'g establishment of Hi Thomas Calloway of Chic a go, Illiabit, came. In from Kansas City .'Saturday' evening . and re mained over Until Tuesday. While...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Conservator
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 26 August 1907

1 .J GOURT DIRECTORY Names of Subordinate Courts of the Order of Calanthe, Their Location, Place and Date of Meeting, Exec utive Officers, etc, Subject to Semi-annual and Grand Court Changes. KANSAS CITY COURTS All Meet at the Vendome A cademy, 1734 Grand Ave. RUDEN'CE NO. 166. Meets each 2nd and 4th Friday afternoon of each month at 2:30 o'clock. Mrs. S Matthew Dibble, worthy councillor; Janie Combs, recorder of deeds. TKOORESS NO. 5. Meets each 1st and 3rd Friday afternoon of each month at 2:30 o'clock. Mrs. Lily Johnson, worthy councillor; Mrs. R H Browning-, recorder of deeds. . "CENTAL no. 10. ' fifths caik 2nd and 4th Thurs day afternoon -jf each month at 2:30 o'clock. Mrs. Dollic Yates, worthy councillor; Mrs. Lulu Edwards, recorder of deeds. WHITI3 ROSE NO. 17. Meets cacblstand 3d Thurday afternoons of each month at 2:30 Mrs NorenaWest, worthy coun cillor, Mrs. Pinkey Green, re corder of deeds. MASCOT C0UR7 NO 132 Ardmore, Mo., Meets on the first and third Tuesdays of each m...

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 December 1907

SEDALIA, M(& MONDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1907. it - 3 asssssssssssssssssassssssssSBsssssm I EX-SLAVE'S WILL. SAMUEL CAMPBELL OF PETTIS COUNTY PROVIDE . FOR THE BURIAL OF HIS DESCENDANTS. Alfred J. ThMipkiat. A Member of the Senior Colle X giate Class of George R. Smith College. He is a candidate for the degree of A. R, from this in stitatioa next spring. Thin young man is forging bis vy to the front by his personal efforts and tactf nl persistence. THE PINE TREE. JOHN G. WHITTIER. Lit: again the stately etubem u the Bay Stats' rusted shcilti. Give to Northern wind tlie Pino Tree on our banner's tattered field Sous of men who bat in council with their Bibles round the board. Answering England's royal incisive with a firm "Thus saith the Lord!" Rise again for home freedom! set the battle on arry! What the fathers did of old time we their irons must do today. The will of Samuel Campbell. (an aged colored man, was admit ted to the probate Tuesday by Judge D. E. Kennedy. Campbell bsfore the ...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Conservator
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 9 December 1907

F If )fi I- 1 IS t Sedtlia. Weekly Conservator- W. H. HUSTON, EDITOR & PUBLISHER. r t Office 121 East Main Street. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Q. C. Telephone, 80. WW ADVERTISMENT RATES r lto lOinchei, 1 run, 25 cts. per In. 10 to 30 inches, 1 run, 120 cts. per inch BpecUl rates quoted on requested for time "ad." Local lines 10 cts. per line of six words. 1 year Six month Three month Single Copy $1.50, $1.00 $0.73 .05 Special rates to AgenU and Club or ganizations. Entered at the Sedalia Post Office as, Second class matter. Correspondents and Agents wanted in every town and village in Central Missouri. -jt.'wi.-. r.'jVAH.r" rnmur i WW ,lL' M K BOTTLERS, r .; . .r . i Conservators New Policy. After a suspension of more than three months, caused by finan cial complications, the Conservator make, its bow to the publib a gain. We wish to thank all of our patrons for their patience in considering our shortcomings of the past and w" have greatly and feelingly appreciated their liberality in c...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Conservator
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 9 December 1907

S'' -w , ' Mill 1 1 l i NW i mm if i i i i I' i i i v mm n.'5:Trnnlil:Ti V"' , ' J lmv,,'-8BDAMtA CHURCHES. J-." N w , 1 TAYLOR. CHAFEL MrthedUt EUcl tkvreh Sunday' School 9530 a. Preaching ' Clutmeeting "Epprth League Preaching Prayer Meeting Wednesday even ing of each week. Rev R. Davis, Pastor. Residence 107 B. Cooper street. m it, 00 a. m 5;6o p. mi 6,30 p. n 7,80 p. m. PERSONAL. Mias. . Mmniola Jackson took Large numbers attended the Thanksgiving Dinner in Kansas- Conservator's Thanksgiving en- ClW with her father Rev. J. Wi tertainment at Armory Hall. Leo Ti 1 1 It b. t. i it-- !- U jackson. Moving day has come and pass ed on North Osage street. Ada Wilson went home to Pil ot Grove to enjoy a day with bib wile Thursday. J. H. Digga and wife have gone to Hot Springs Ark to spend a few weeks. Mrs. Taylor Williams return ed Friday morning after a few days visit to her friends. Mrs. Murray while passing thru on her way home stopped I off and visited he sister Mrs. Vi olet a few da...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Conservator
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 9 December 1907

II H I III MIHIMI I II I III WWMWI II I ' " ' - - .11 ' v.-' ! BP 1 IAMINO OF THE OLD FXSLD&. 3lCer Jest from Georgia, when he wan ders fur uwuy, ' 'Salrpnmln' of th" mrndowg whar the birds nn' blossoms stay; 1 Ccar old Iii..h nn' valleys the river an' tl'.o jiUIn .31 silver cf the sunlight nn' the tinkle o' tho rain, "Ttnr alr.'t no lire to tell fclm that the tlfrfct'a In ether Hides Pit when he's t.iokln' homo'ardg It Is n ml.iiln' romi' hln eyesl .rr all the frrtln' weather the btocsomB an' tho beams TTiat feller Jest from Georgia Is n-golti' home In dreams! ""No iilaee like home," I reckon, Is .answer to It ull; Jtame-voiees are the sweetest, an' heart will hear 'em call! . the feller Jest from Georgia, on rveen land or tno roam, 'Uaxrs tho heart of him behind him, an' star to light him home! Frank I... Stanton, In Atlanta Constitution. the tho the The Losing Game By ANNIE REESE LOCKE FKOM his manner of suppressed ex I'ltement. Dorothy divined at once Mil something unusual n...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Conservator
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 16 December 1907

SEDALIA, MO.,' MONDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1907. POPULATION IN NEW STATE. IWmm'S jmmammsaameassBssss j' IBS fflH K' r,'r:;HH 'CENSUS BULLETIN CONTAINS INTERESTING FACTS , a'O'l' i'.'V? 7' . tjBBit r rt'f I fi'! i VLOttGCrtHHOr. NO 13 INTERESTING FACTS OKLAHOMA NO NEGROES IN TWO COUNTIES, Rev. RICHARD DAVIS, Pastor of Taylor's Chapel . M. K. Church. , One of the active leaders in the Reform Movements affecting the moral and religious life of thin ci ty. He im a strong advocate of Temperance. jut 13 L"4 1ST I'! a. IWr. 7 Munkogee County Has More Ngroes Than Any Other County, ' Total Indian Population Is 75,012. Whites Predominates by a Large Majority. Voting Strength Snmmary Laughing Song. IF If ?UV - SB. ma f o is? RaC. Sing us a song full of laughter; Tune your harp and twang the strings Till youglad voice, chirping after, 'Mates the song the robin sines; Loose your lips and let them flutter Like the wings ol wanton birds Thougli they naught but laughter utter, Laugh, and wo'll, not miss t...

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 December 1907

i: I 1V il Sedalia. Weekly Conservator W. H. HUSTON, EDITOR & PUBLISHER. Q. C- Telephone. 80. ADVERTISMENT RATES 1 to 10 inches, 1 run, 25 cts. per in. 10 to 30 inches, 1 run, 20 cts. per inch Special ra t on requested for time "ad." Local lines 10 cts. per line of six : words. Office 121 East Main Street SUBSCRIPTION RATES. 1 year 9.Ro. Six month SI.UO Three month $0.75 Sinclo Cony .03 Special rates to Agents and Club or ganizntions. Entered at the Sedalia Post Office a Second clans matter. Correspondents and Agents wanted in every town and village in Central Missouri. Conservators New Policy. After a suspension of more than three months, caused by finan cial complications, the Conservator make;- its bow to the public a gain. We wish to thank all of our patrons for their patience in considering our shortcomings of the past and w have greatly and feelingly appreciated their liberality in commending us for whatev er tangible good we have striven to do. An experience of more than ...

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 December 1907

W.tVN-Mj'li M ii ' 'i atii n.Hi i t i ii ii i , ..M-4nifoHWjl Ir.f-V' iw-Lvi .if; i s 'I is?: -M'-tV.--"" o SEDAMIA CHURCHES. TAYLOR CHAPEL , Methodist Episcopal .Church 'Sunday Bcnool 9)30 a. m Preaching " - - it,oo a. m lCass-mctting 5500 p. m. fipyorth League 6,30 p. to Preaching - J 7,80 p. m. Prayer, Meeting Wednesday even ing of each week. ' Rev R. DAVis. Pastor. Residence 107 B, Cooper street, 4 WbtBver joahkve'ttiy news end it to tbis office, or stop Fred A. Hughe's better known" as "HucklnH,1 the official reporter and give it to him. ( Dean Tutt while enjoying a good cigar, arid happily washing the smoks curt up ancidentty caught his finger tinder a rocker of a chair and painfully mashed it. The remains of James Boggs, whq died Saturday at his home, were shipped to Fayette Monday for burial. Rev. T. L. Scott ac companied the remains to Fay ette and officiated at the funeral. QUINN CAAPL A. M. E; Church Morning Service 11 a. m. Sunday School - 2 p. m. Class meeting - 3 p. 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. — 16 December 1907

v4W ' - .2 . SJ 1 5 1 5 r A a A GBRISTMAS . , BARGAIN roio;niiznl i.s lm- "Judy 1b my chief anxiety," wrote body's mother, Mrs. Phoebe Follansbee, her slater, Miss Jane Prlngle. "Just as soon as wo know that tho bank in "watch we had deposited our little all 4ad failed, Ethel went to work In the straw factory and Hetty Is learning dressmaking. I am sorry to say that Judy Is still a little nighty very fond ai pretty clothes, and not so sensible u the others. , Judy must help, but I Jon't know what she can do." "Judy! Fudge! I suppose sho means 3nsan Jane," said Miss Prlngle to her self. "Well, I can't have her here, and that settles It." Nevertheless, this Is the letter that xiade Its way by the next day's mall to ae sniatl gray house, under the shadow af a great bald-pate mountain, where poverty had flown in at the door: "Dear Sister Phoebe: I have been thinking that it would bo handy to iave a spry young girl to help me In .".be store. But sho must be sensible and have good judgmen...

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. — 23 December 1907

BjjfeL., -j ' - - - ' ' K-'WI w -ftta) ,4v,luv..t ' ' SEDALIA, M0.I.011DAY, DECEMBER 23, 1907. NO 14 1 yjgf , .., a ns '-t' rr' T23M annual siswr ; : - 1 Bp B' oVWe,,,:'' '" ' i li& 4 bHHHHHHHIMIs . W6H H I Rev. P. THURMAN, Pastor " Quinn' Chapal, ATM." E. " - , . Church, 0! this, city, v He i'a' recent appointee to this work. Signs of a good worker .1 ... J ..!. vLl.j'L" if-J already in evidence. The First eaee Wekorne. were shepherd v. - .j; On old Judea's hill 1 1 tendina Thcir.nowy floeks by night, . When, with 'the mellow bcama of 8tar hine blending, t 80ft crept a mystic light, , Till nil about them lay a heavenly glory And in their mldtt appeared A harbinger who by his wondrous story Brought cnlji to those who feared Acd suddenly, there came a great , hosf '. 'singing "Praise God this holy morn; ' ! "Good will to men and peace today are! wingiig I "For lo, the Christ is bornl" So came the tidings by an angel hearld ' Who told the Saviour's birth, ! 60 was the glorious wel...

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. — 23 December 1907

.in oirrciiy, nt msavwaa wui;iwi t HonSruuNfttiMi wno are a..nonrrmr wr Mm-iiMiock 4. it". Hi' ?' r1 fa it I Sedali. Weekly Conservator W. H. HUSTON, EDITOR A PUBLISHER. Office 121 East Main Street. SUBSCRPTION .RATES. Q. C Telephone, 80. T ADVERTISMENT RATES ' 1 to 10 inches, 1 run, 23 cts. per in. lOto 50 inches, 1 run, 20 cts. per inch Special ratci quoted on request for time "ad." Local lines 10 eta. per line of six words. 1 year Six month Three month Single Copy Sl.i'0. 31.00 $0.75 .05 Special rates to Agents and Club or ganizations. Entered at the Sedalia Post Office as Second clats matter, Correspondents and Agents wanted in every town and village in Central Missouri. Conservator's New Policy. After a suspension of more than three months, caused by finan cial complications, the Conservator make its bow to the public u gain. We wish to thank all of our patrons for their patience in considering our shortcomings of the past and w have greatly and feelingly appreciated their libe...

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. — 23 December 1907

BBBBBBBBBBilaaiBB . raStfK . .:i ..-J .4" ''. . UiHU TAYLOk CVArEL - :j fcaiiiHtfa; ' - v slob p. m. SrLiigue.;. .6,30 p.- A t-'WlfM., en i n & wcunesuay even week. rmReiJencA;l07;Ei' JSifSi'l.'' v Pastor. 1 Copper street. , QUINN . CAAFEL I mm- y a. m. ' chant. 1 5iMorni'oK'.'Servloe v 11a.m. f'PUii mettdgf - . 3 p. ra. lW,)Byepipir Service - -8 p.m. jiiraermVt'Og every vWedneedey SKSfTeioUers' meeting Friday nights x$C' .' .'" H.- R. Brown, Secy, 1 liii.yrlee Htlbbird of Louit- fttWiMs retarded to spend the sea on with her- brother, Prof. Hub ' "Leii;: faster went .to Boonville dfljbuisuess. Tuesday. Ifredda Lewis list this week". is on the; sick Mrs Clara Games left for Boon evill Thursday night. - ." Sanday School; ' f ; " meeting SiPH ague is-jsvenmjr service C N. E. CHareh North Osage St. . 11 rTiA 'a. r-vF a. m. 2 p. m. 3:45 p.m. 9;S0 p. m. 7;4S. p. m. Prayer; meeting' every Wednes FsrT "" evening ot eacn week. CbriEtiou Band meeting every m iiuajr ui(iii ,tuu arc wcikuiu...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Conservator
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 23 December 1907

iW 1ft i MM I I I I &3 .'I ' If 00 to a' Hlver, 8aya,e ' An extraordlny, one jof .clairvoyance Hy a child ha3 caused considerable ibterost, hero,', telegraphs our Christian .11, correspondent. About' a fortnight a man living In the Oesterdal val ley disappeared suddenly from his ttime, a'nd nil search uroved vain. She child, John Floettum, 14 years of. .age, was sent for eight days after the jwtifl disappearance. The boy walked around the house -fce the man had lived .and got a 3otogrnph of him. which he carefully -mmlned. Sitting nt n table, with his fkft hand cbwrlng his eyes, ho drew ,)tno lines on a slip of paper, tho lines awllcntlng where thu man hnd walked. The perspiration poured down tho Viy's face, and ho often stopped. 'ticn at lust, ho "saw" a.plRce whore Tito man had sat down under n big Tve, lie was exhausted nnd had to ihc up for the day. People were sent out to.cearch, with :if boy's sketch as thefr guldo. Tho iiiolo population of the district fol icd, and excite...

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 January 1908

SEDALIA, MO., MONDAY, JANUARY 6, 1908. B nmT fcitt ' no HaKlBTAfli cmcuwtoi NO I i. - . ticrc TDfiMD r Ann Si&P SevenjbMiletjVsaid to have been! I'itfl oat the houses in' Browns'. 23Z2dR2Aliio wfiiibihev.had Wn'fiii in llqto wfiiih they .had been:fir $ttiSKih't o he .hootino-.ttre dence before ih agitata HE 2S .Ts i BlodktoWa hchalf of ertinir of tbexm lelected "se fato the Yturria erjoloCowen house -HUNT CLUB 1' ,.'' I OFFERS REWARD WILL PAY $10 FOR EACH CONVICTED HUNTER ON LAND OF THE ASSOCIAT ED MEMBERS. The Anti-Trespass Associ ation met in this cty Saturday Dec, 21-and decided by uuan imous vote to piy rewards of Jjio each forthe conviction of hunt ers violating the provision of the law,' which has been so amended as,a-matte posting unnecessary following- enrolled abfcw mem berBiJ B Johnson, , B Marsh, Borrell," H- Z Qulsenberry, William Letcher, C F Harthi ltoogbi')Hi.H: Taylor. E Read, indjfttseiVVilliams. Follwioffis t'Tecti6n of the law under rwcn waters win be prosecut...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Conservator
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 6 January 1908

Sedalia. Weekly Conservator V. H. HUSTON, EDITOR & PUBLISHER. Office 121 East Main Street. SUBSCRPTION RATES. "STAND BY ME" Q. C- Telephone, 80. ADVERTISMENT RATES 1 to 10 inches. 1 run. '.Vi cts. per in. 10 to oO nidus, 1 run, 'JO cts. per inch Special rates iUotc! on request for time "ad." Local line:! 10 cts. per line of six words. 1 year Six month Three month Single Copy $!."() $1.0(1 SO.?.-. .05 c- 1 Special rates to Agents and Club or ganizations. j Entered at the Sedalia Post Office as. Second elats matter, Correspondents and Ageuts wanted in every town and village in Central Missouri. Our Financial Stringency. For eleven vcars since 1S06 the volume of money in the United States has been increased about if 10,000.000 annually. The per capita has been increased from S21 to 833. With the increasing volume of money the business of the coun try hes grown until last vear the railways could not carry the freights, and the factories of our country were months behind with their o...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Conservator
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