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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 6 January 1908

TOk'.av . . 1 ... ;- -. : mftty. '.BDAMtA CHURCHES. TAYLOR, CHAFF L tA4L.il a a . n JVtttdaf . .Bennpl if&3$ Preaching iortl ' 'Pecan lii Preaching J. Cltis-meeting orth League Preaching 9J3o . t i i0o a. 4Tj i S;oo p. m.1 6,30 p. hp j '.V. 'UlV J Prayet Meeting Wednesday eves' tag ol each week. Rev R. Davis, Pastor. Residence 107 E. Cooper street. QUINN CAAPEL A. M. E Church horning Service 11 n. m. JSchool - 2p.-m. -yneeting" - .3 p. to. iing' Service - Uip. m. uyer meeting1 every Wednesday tHphta at 8 p. m.' Teachers' meeting Friday nighta . r. i nurman, pastor, v H. R.Brown, Secy. r IF: 'C M. E. CHardi North Osage St. W4..1L. . -it r wauaaaic ow isw' j. 'A a 111. - bunuay. scnool - 2 p. m. mK, , 'm Classy meeting - 3:45'p. m. m&fi " P worth League - 30 p. m. Divcnfflg service - 75. p. m. "Viw I ' 1 dy Evening of each week. SW&. f fChritioi Band meeting every rnqay ntxht. You are welcome. ;-""' ' V ' '.Kcv. T. L. Scott. Pastor 313 .W. Clay The State TV-chers Associ at...

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. — 6 January 1908

8 American Rovolutlon, there Is a 8k cloty of the Sons of the Revolution and one of the Daughters of the Revo lution. Tho former claim to have been formed prior to tho Sons of the Amer ican Revolution. It Is a mooted ques tion. It is a fact, however, that the Daughters of the Revolution are an offshoot from the paront society, the Daughters of the American Revolution. ,,- .,,ry : .,. te I. Mm r. MRS. DONALD McLEAN. fine Growth I gf Patriotic So aeiies B Mrs. Thnj'id McLean 'tV r( By Mrs. T nnatl Founded bv Officers Crop of Result oi Cer.te.n Refusal of "Sons )n" to Accept ' ' Daughters" Outnumber -Sons" -f-.in;. il ty Rules for Both Are .'.Vrnvjcratlc 'Colonial Dames" t th n f( 1376 C K JV 3ll ' r); u -it 'or "(,"' 1 (. itN a.-.rl ."Jiw Organizations. Vpyrt,,ht, tiy.' Joseph 13. Bawtes.) In addition to the societies already, named there exist a multitude ot or ganizations of a patriotic nature, each having as an incentive the same loyal purposes toward Its native land. Those best kn...

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. — 20 January 1908

Pi v. ,., i .9. .'SSS; . ? ''''"" s- . 11 Hi 4 JAHUARY 20, 1906. No. 16 ft 2& "4. 'fir .j1? fy i i Alia' V 4 . V .V" tip ? :.r. Vt. UNT OFFERS REW ARD m " i i. i i iff WILL 'PAY 10 FOR EACH CONVICTED HUNTER ON LAND OF THE ASSOCIAT ED MEMBERS. . ' SEND SAMPLES OF TWIGS, INFESTED' WITH ANY SUS- rl PICIOUS- LOOKING SCALE INSECTS, 'FOR-EXAMI .NATION AtdTHfe STATE FRUIT JXERI-,b M Eit ST AT I ON..M O U NT A I N . '' ' ,GRQ,yE, MISSOURI. , m-t tea Pa-". sr. ran: KB. ' it That this dugerou8 iruit tree resVlrealjr present' in some portions of the state is now well kuown,'. In some sections' it it ' cabling reat ilamitgloorchards In some localities methods of con trol have been successfully adopt cd and the fruit trezi are thus be mg saved. In otner localities it is"prhsl ,preent, bat' on ac count of recent introduction, fruit tree owners are" still unfamiliar with its. appearance and are con sequently unaware of itspresents upon' their premises. '."If. allowed to continue unchecked it i...

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. — 20 January 1908

'Til i Ain OJ"f 4. V5 "Vi"'' - , - J . . . v .3 ? vf to tne notice of the NoHunti :' w' - Sedali& Weekly Conservator W. H. HUSTON, EDITOR & PUBLISHER. f Q. C Telephone, 80. ADVERTI9MENT RATES 1 to 10 inches, 1 run, 25 eta. per in. 10 to SO inches, 1 run, 20 cts. per inch Special rates quoted on request for time "ad." Local lines 10 cts. per line of six WoMa. Office 121 EmI Main Street. SUBSCRPTION vRATES. 1 year 91.50. Six month l- Three month $0.75 flincrln Rnnv .05 Special rates to Agents and Club or gaiiizations. Entered at the Sedalia Post Office aa Second class matter, Correspondents and Agents wanted in every town and village in Central Missouri. Attention., is called in this issue Club's Offer. liy it hunters are warned in kindly but'tlmely .terms to refrain from trespassing -upon tne lanas ownea? pperatea or con trolled by members of the Ami; Trespass Aiaociation, a recent Pet tis County organization. To assure the arrest and punishment of offenders, this associa tio...

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. — 20 January 1908

?' . . r,,f I, . nrtarrwtk .r retsnir nr 94 i itvTiinin t im m t' m--a ILU A I toft i"1 4 .f v, "iTTr- iITicT;lVCAlipiNTR AND . far BtJILDER. onascft LODGE NO. 7 "i r. ..-! , re- CtfAIR CANEING AMD ALL KINDS OF REPAIRING. m KINDS OE Ml 14 Monroe St.. W;Jeet!a City,"-:" MisMiu'ri. , 8? - . : x'fv P4.rto m a Bargain. fcsi&fr'' J. J. McDonald, the loctl'rep- resentauve 10c me 'inieoe-zsTier- ia Music House of St. Loais, has the following pianos for sale. CHICKERING & SON, f Boston, POOLE, CAM- ERON, TH1EBE-ST1ER-V)LIN, THIELIN, aad STIEN-BACH-DREHER. PersoQS, desiring- a piano, can save money by seeing me first, since we are manufacturers and, therefore, we can save you mon y. Call on, or write, J. J. McDONOUCH, bl7 LaFayette Street, Sedalia) Missouri This is, the, youngest' lodge ported tolhe.last Graad Lodge. Yet we think it aiKsw nay thet i of ah other lodge in the ntate that will sliow a, better financial system. T'.ere are not many members in this lodge, b,u,t every one ia...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Conservator
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 20 January 1908

TTeirb" CeniUtation League. The Negro Constitution League through its secretary; Rev. Dr. Geo. E. Stevens of.SU Louis has just issued a record f its pro ceedings, which, besides,contains other matter of moral and liter ary merit. It iu published in book form and comprises about 70 pag cs and contains the constitution of the state organizations, also "directions for the formation of lo cal bodies and the address issued by the league at its convention Held in St. Louis. The Consti tution League counts among its members scores and scores of our best and most capable Negro cit izens, and bids fair to become a great power in the state in de Sense of the Negro. St. Louis Advance. -oo- Vardaman Answered. last week and is 'now' rapidly fe coyeriiig,, , , (.. jj John Pearson, one 0; our most highly respected citizens, who has been seriously ill with paeumonia is now convalescent. George Staplcton, one of our prominent young men, returned last-week, after a very pleasant - r m mmir . . -naxrt...

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. — 27 January 1908

... - .. . - , ,. . . r (-. r . A 1 -VvlT k w V V '(f r Sc ftn tin U)c c l! I n Constrictor. ' 27 1908. No. 17 J 's,.V Mis SEDALIA, MO., MONDAY, JANUARY ' 1 Ji OR SAN JOSE SCALE fit Mi 8&- ssSftsS..'.',.. - Look out for It on Fruit . Trees and Shrubs- SEND SAMPLES OF TWIGS, INFESTED WITH ANY SUS .PICIOUS LOOKING SCALE INSECTS, FOR EXAMI , NATION ATdTHE STATE FRUIT EXPERI MENT STATION, MOUNTAIN GROVE, MISSOURI. m ma ni; lis... PW1 That this dangerous iruit tree est is already present in some portions of the state is now well kuown. In some . sections it is causing greatdamage to orchards Income Idealities methods of con t'rol have been successfully adopt d'and the fruit treas are thus be jng- saved. In otuer localities it is probably present, but on ac count of recent introduction, fruit tree owners are still unfamiliar ,h its appearance and are con eequently unaware of itspresents upon their premises. If allowed . to continue unchecked it is but a , 'vquestipn ol a few years whe...

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. — 27 January 1908

V -If t . Sedalia. Weekly Conservator W. H. HUSTON, EDITOR & PUBLISHER. Office 121 East. Main Street. Q. C Telephone, 80. ADVERTISMENT RATES 1 to 10 Inches, 1 run, 125 cts. per In. 10 to .30 inches, 1 run, 'JO ctn. per Inch 8pcclal ratrs quoted on request for time "ad." Local lines 10 cts. per line ' of six words. 7 8UBSCRPTION , RATES. SI. .-(). $1.00 SII.7.') .(). Special rates to Agouti and Club or-Kanlzations. 1 year Six month Three month Single Copy Entered at the Sedalia Post Office a Second clas.9 matter, i - ' '"Correspondents and Agents wanted in every town and village in Central Missouri. Local Option Poem. re Hi i t '"A i 1 V Whiskey' destroyed many :i life; It's likewise widowed tnuny a wife. It's caused good men to become wild, It has made many an orphan child. 1' ruler its tin this nation groats, And countless thousands for it mourn?. It's placed its shackles on many slaves And led tlicm captive to their graves. I hope and trust there cun't be found A man residing ...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Conservator
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 27 January 1908

4 1- imiiousE. kilSAptvjfcXRPKMTIR ARD 81 S&S'ijJef etaon City,. : TO- CANBIKG AND ALL OF REPAIRING. Monroe St., Missouri. t IHAnea at a Bargain. J. McDonald, the local rept &rilative for the Thiebe-Stier i. .U- i . a'Afa Muaic House of St. Louis, has 'M' -thi following pianos (or sale. , CMICKERING & SON, of Boston, POOLE, CAM ERON, THIEBE-STIER. LIN, THIELIN, and STIEN- j&fy. Persons, desiring- a piano, can ajpce we are manufacturers and, pvt'Sife 'efore, we can save you mon Call on,, or write, if j. Sow. "ii. j. J. McDONOUCH, bl7 LaFayette Street, Scdalia, Missouri i SEDAMIA CHURCHES. TAYLOR CHAPEL Nethodiat Episcopal Church, 'Sv .. Pfeichiwr - - 11,00 a. m S..- . v." f7laB.mrrintT - - r 'nn n -m '..6i3o.p.-m T&l&ZM'V ' -. .'WiB. UAyiSj.fastor. . sf 5 vV" ' y . Residence' 107 E. Cooper street. 1 Youan't Afiford to Mias Xhe t, ' 1 ' - Two HiK Classed Entertainments, -AT THE; ARMORY HALL FEBRUARY, 14th and 18th. Music Furnished by the Queen City Concert Band...

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. — 27 January 1908

I III II I'M iT rTf i J.-jar-l 'A mm. CM IX . 1 America and Rome. I IT Sift H r? M r Rome hail lier gladiatorial combats; we Otir niatclile.a feats of Southern chiv alry: 5 In the great land the South, West Xort'n and East Kill twenty "niliRCi" where Koine kill eil a heitft: Rather than jrivo them cuthanaiy, take We them al'vcand hum them at the stake. li we t death coiitign audi count less host, Vsy wenot o'er the seven-hilled eity boast '! Cur "Lex Noli Scripta," that is. law unwritt )t not unite tills, is Cortes like to it: If in a erimeany Xcgro he caught, Hang the black rascal -thus is virtue taught." JAMES EDF.VK FRENCH, In the Chicago Conservator. A Noted Netfro Land-owner. The largest taxpayer in Wcst niorolar.d county, Va. the county Mi.it gave birth to Ceorgc Wash ington and Kobert K. Lee, is a Negro. He is also one of the lar gest cxportorsof logs in the world His name is W. H. Johnson. He s also postmaster at Uaynesville, having been appointed to that po ftioti over a Co...

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. — 10 February 1908

mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmwWmmmmmwmmwEtttw&inJ 23UulilI . IU $4' ' " " f My UTC You, LYNCMNGS B5SffiS ur.r r-r.-imm V ' Wa - .11 is T eekltt Conscruator. SEDALIA, MO., MONDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1908. No. 18 to 'vy 11 -.7-. Ltf-. Sit.: If so'mtbody loves you, Yoliean ad be sad; Ttou've cause for, rejoicing, ' You've causa to be glad . You've a aubjeet for tong, "As you journey your way; If somebody, loves you You ought to be gay. If a curly-head baby Of four le your pride, Chattering gaily .Along by your aide; All trouble should vanUh, All care disappear, If the baby who lores you li pattering near. " s-lit you've an o& mother Who lovee you to-day, ' Your life should be merry, Your work aheuld be play. For think of the motherless v Children there are Who still plod the roads Leading ever so'far. If somebody lovee you, A wife or a child, A mother or father, A friend who has smiled, And taken your hand In a friend's helping way; You ought to be merry; You ought to be merry; You ought 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. — 10 February 1908

mm Sedilitv Weekly Conservator W. H. HUSTON, EDITOR & PUBLISHER. Office 121 Ettt M&in Street. Q. C Telephone,. 80. f ADVERTIS&ENT BiATES v , - 1 to 10 incher, 1 run, 25 cte. per in. 10o 50 inehes'l run, 20 cts. per inch Special rates quoted on request for time "ad." Local lines 10- cts. per line ' of sis Wds. .8UOTCRpf0N JRATESl' ; i.yearv , .. .,i.w. Six month ai.uo Three month S0.75 Singlo Copy .05 Special rates to Agents and Club organizations. Entered at the Sedalia Post Office as Second class matter, Correspondents and Agents wanted in every town and village in Central Missouri., J- m m The Why of Loc&l Option Successes, i I Local Option workars arc jubilant over their recent victories in various sections of this state. Well do they deserve this jubilat ion, since an ardurous task has been accomplished by them: Liquor men all over the nation arc surprised to find their sphere of operation gradually waining. Even such states as Kentucky and Alabama, noted for int...

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. — 10 February 1908

sf, -.V Hi BBaTJBtaaTjataa.a v. ? j- k ty,-. & ' j if '" God called thee, in a .dreadful time, ' TnyjiatWailfe via Crushed; '" Thy earliest1 note' brought h.ipe'subllme When bridled tougues1 were hushed Against the wrong ,ten fplillons face, Wtyb hearts boved, bleeding torn Thou rose like Atlas with toy race Upon 'thy thoulden borne. tftarxcrvlGAtptXTBRirA) CHAIR CANEING AND fftOajpP REPAIRING. w.;- ''x;noio. o j j jh monroe ai., 3ro)nn Ptf Minion'! nfcnaa at a Main. J; 'J. McDonald, the local' rer ItAWvaa? .. . . - r iTffiSiwj wiitivftfbrthe Tfc.abe-St.er-' ;-'' Muic'Houe of St.' Lbuis, hat lolkwioi pianos for? aaleJ i ' CHICKERING & SON; 1 ! i 1 1 4 ERjON, THlEBE-STlER. UN, THIELIN, and STIEN- TO THE GUARDIAN, j RTT!RWTW 'trip.' "He; helped in t & HACH-DREHER. r .-Persons,-Jesiring a piano, -can "aVft money Jy sncing me first, J fiace je are manufacturers and, v therefore,, we cAn.aave you mom "ey; .Call on, or write, '.""'J J. McDbNOUCH,,' ; bl7 LaFayette 8treet,' ' '...

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. — 10 February 1908

rp ' ) . 1 . . t . il ... 't. U'i,4:n.il.H-..i.. JHilSi.(liB.l IJl!ilf.Wte" v PAtH COMES TO NOTED JUROR ' Oiic'oTttie Colored Jurors That Tried Jsflcrson Davis, Presi dent of the - Confederacy, (or Treason is Dead Louis Lind scy, Who Was a Former Slave, Passed, Away, in Richmond, ..Vjrgiuia., ,at His Home Prom- ' 'inentinthc Underground Rail- - roau anionic (" jfl i-ii,. i ioipn Va., Several days tgo' saw ttfe passing away of one 'f trie picturesque figures in Rich-aond-'ahd Virginia, in the pcr on of Lewis' Lindsay, former !a.Ye,.uJiilllt'er of the Unilcr ood Convention, a political pow r in .Virginia during- the Keeon truetion days and a member of ie jury that tried Jefferson Dav i. President of the Confederacy, r treason. Lindsay, who had picked up a tirly good education from his asters during the days of his raldom, came into prominence soon -as-'the members of his cc wore sat free. tie was selected as a member i both the grand jury and the f tit jury which tried Jefferson iv'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. — 17 February 1908

3f? H t .' m: 'is?. . v . . ffi NtV,' ... . ...r 'H. CottGcumtoc. m. J 7 to 'I 3 v 4 SEDALIA, MO., MONDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1908. I No. 191 re. An 0M Time Valentine. foiinil it in' drawer todny. With hatf- forgotten, old time thinei Holding within a ring of gold A Cupid with clotc-folded wing And greeting traced in faded ink, Bittged with a name that once could . , itir - Much, languid pulie to swiftest beat Ah, me' how sweet those old dayi were! AVe t little dreamed the time would y. come When seas and continents would be Tbe lcail of all the mighty bars Between the path you tread and me What eruel wind of circumstance Was it that blew across our way, Till all Hope's elou'l-oappcil palaces In shattered ruins, round us lay! What matter sines a memory Alone unites our lives to-day; Since I am sitting here alone, And you are wandering far away ? I would not turn limit's chariot back E'en if the power was given to me; I ' know the dream was sweet who knows If the fulfilment sweet would be ...

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. — 17 February 1908

' 1 r 4 , 1 .'I. 1 rr 1 V I.,, Sed&liiv Weekly Conservator W. H. HUSTON, EDITOR & PUBLISHER. Office 121 East Main Street: SUBSCRPTION .RATES. Q. C- Telephone, 80. ADVERTI8MENT RATES ' 1 to 10 inches, 1 run, 25 cts. per in. 10 to 50 inches, 1 run, 'JO cts. per inch Special rates' quoted on request for time "ad." Local lines 10 cts. per line" of six words. 1 year Sl.oO. Six month $1.00 Three month $0.73 Silicic Copy .0.) Special rates to Agents and Club or gnnizations. 5W Entered at the Sedalia Post Office as Second clats matter, Correspondents and Agents wanted in every town and village in Central Missouri. The Why of LocaJ Option Successes. Local Option workers are jubilant over their recent victories in various sections of this state. Well do they deserve this jubilat ion, since an arduous task lias been accomplished by them. Liquor men all over the nation arc surprised to find their sphere of operation gradually waning. Even such states as Kentucky and Alabama, noted lor i...

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. — 17 February 1908

SBaasaBjBiefPPaPII " ' rl Wit ft to w , . . :l DDILDSK. "C&AIR CANEING AND ALL 'tit ' Vtunn it? DiiiDATDfMn it If'' : PS1 V I4 Phone 633 5 14 Monroe St., Jefferson City, : Missouri. 'PijLitea at a Bargain. J. J. McDonald, the local rep resentative (or, the Thiebe-Stier-in Music House of St. Louis, has trt4, following pianos for sale. CHICKERING& SON, of Boston, POOLE, CAM- t ERON, THIEBE-STIER-LIN.-THIELIN, and STIEN-BACH-DREHER. Persons, Jesiring a piano, can save money by seeing me first, since we are manufacturers and, therefore, we can save you mon-' ey. Call on, or write, J. J. McDONOUCH, 0I7 LaFayette Street, Sedalia, Missouri KB lid NOTED JUROR Ooeof the .Colored Ji',ror'Thot fried Jefferson Davis, Presi1 dent, of the Confederacy, for Treason is Dead Louis Und. sey. Who Wan a Former Slave, Pae'd Away in, Richmond, Vi'tfinia, at His Home Prom-int-nt in the Underground Rail road Scheme. Vtsjit o,ur Job jvot king MDept -fori cards, letter headi, bills: ctronlar or'ariy t...

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. — 17 February 1908

tit 1 i i 11 A CALL TO CONFERENCE INFLUENTIAL NEGROES ISSUE A CALL TO THEIR RACE O MEET IN PHILADELPHIA, PA.. APRIL 7TH. To Determine Their Poliii- caJ Course This Year. T' E CALL IS HOSTILE TO THE ADMINISTRATION. positive and notoriously : attitude of the government republic toward its citizens ir under tlie present Kep n administration and the leh ol'the party 1'lOS pro t i t crisis for one eight of the : s of these United States of "i:a. The open alliance bc- , i tbe President ana the uull- if the Constitution in the - . . constitutes the most fla- ;.r.t :ollusiou between a Repun. ; .vi i resident and the Southern J.-1HO :rats since the emancipa tion r 1 the American slaves 45 years igo to-da, save in the ea,e oi Anurcw Johnson at the close of theCival War or of Rutherford B. .laves at the close of the r: coi'stv action. But it has remain c ' t he present chief executive i the United States to prescribe n c' "u al doenments an mferior trradc of education for one class of citizens...

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. — 24 February 1908

A CALL TO . V K CONFEEENCE IK- ' mm..- . . HE IF -r t 1K Conocruator. SEDALIA, MO., MONDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1908. Ho. 20 INFLUENTIAL NEGROES ISSUE A CALL 10 THEIR RACE TO MEET IN PHILADELPHIA, PA., APRIL 7TH. To Determine Their Politi , cblI Course This Year. THE .CALL IS HOSTILE TO THE ADMINISTRATION. ?1 A.1 i The positive and notoriously hostile attitude of the government of our republic toward' its citizens of color under the present Rep- ublican administration and the approach of the party 1908 pro duce a crisis for one eight of the .citizens of these United States of America. The open alliance be tween the President ane the null fiers of the Constitution in the South constitutes the' most fla grant collusion, between a Repub licanpresident and the Southern Democrats since the emancipa tion of, the American slaves 45 year, ago to-day, save in the case of Andrew Johnson at the close -Hof iheCival.Waf br ,of Rutherford BT. iHayes at the close of' the rs- - ' ' construction. But it ha...

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. — 24 February 1908

Z !l V t 1 1 1 1 I l 11 PIPPIW'WWjMMMWM . SedalifiL Weekly Conservator W. H. HUSTON, EDITOR & PUBLISHER. I Office 121 East M&in Street. SUBSCRPTION .RATES. Q. C Telephone, 80. ADVERTISMENT RATES 1 to 10 inches, 1 run, 'JScts. per in. 10 to 50 Inches, 1 run, '20 cts. per inch .Special rates quoted on request for 4ie "ad." Local lines 10 cts. per line of six words. 1 year $1.50. Six month l-00 Three month 80.75 Sinelo Conv .05 Special rates to Agents and Club or ganizations. ' Entered at the Sedalia Post Office aa Second class matter, Correspondents and Agents wanted in every town and village in Central Missouri. Hon. John C. McKinley. It seems now a settled fact that Hon. John C. McKinley our present Lieutenant Governor will oe a candidate on the Republican ticket for United States Senator to succeed William J. Stone, the present incumbent, and whose term expires March 4 lg09, Mr. McKinley has been in the limelight for a number years. He served two years as State Senator from...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Conservator
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