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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 24 February 1908

going: to WILd A HOUSE, T " If So See a t; brown, Architect. "Carpkntkr and " ' Builder. tiff CHAIR -CANEING AND ALL klNDS OF REPAIRING. Phone 633. 514 Monroe St., , Jefferson City, : Missouri. .'. Pianos at a Bargain. J. J. McDonald, the local rep resentative for the Thiebe-Stier-iri Music House of St. Louis, has the following pianos for sale. CHICKERING & SON, of Boston, POOLE, CAM ERON, TH1EBE-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, 617 LaFayette Street, Sedalia, Missour; OBSERVED LINCOLN DAY. Luther Mackey, a Former Stu dent of George R. Smith Col lege, Conducts an Elaborate Program at Des Moines, Iowa, on Lindoln's Birthday. He js Soon to Enter The Ministry. Des. Moines, Iowa, Feb.. 13 - One of the most elaborate Lin coin Day Celebrations ever given in the city Des Moines, was given at be Burns M.E- Church...

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. — 24 February 1908

no l, f h P 1 1 fcGrand Chancellor A. W. Lloyd, oi St. Louis, has issued a proc lamation in which he ousts from office the following grand court ofSccrs: Cora A. Conway, Grand Worthy Counsellor, 'Uitic A. Gilree, Grand Register of Deeds, lia M. Williams, Irand Reciver of Deposits, jV ie C. Irving, Scrt iry of the Bensficiary Fund M.u L. Rolen, .'cn:h r of the Beneficiary Board eV. snU Davis, Assistant Conductress, Mora B. Riley, Representative J. c Clark. Grand Trustee, . eir stead, he has appoint- fc!oin grand officers .) . ovsr until the meeting Grand Court in Sedalia i ilv: When did a lynching take place in Virginia in 1907? When? What were the circumstances? The Times- Dispatch has no recollec tion of any such event in t'je his tory of this state during tl:e year. Yet the "lynching record," com. plied by the Chicago Tribane. and made the subject of comment by various newspapers, mentions only Florida, North Carolina and Missouri as the southern states which can show a year's cle...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Conservator
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 2 March 1908

sLB eeklg Cflttserwttor. flhS'rV vol; Aw-. SEDALIA, MO., MONDAY, MARCH 2, 1908. No. Iff i r .i a a i i . in Hi- .INFLUENTIAL NBGRt-KS JO MEET IN ed aud in contempt. In view of tuese unusual and ex- ; traordnary conditions in view of the attempt of the prcsnnt Czar ocratic reg-me to perpetuate It self in power in imperial Jaahion, in view of open candidacy for t'ie Republican party's nomination for the presidency of one, who in his official posttu'ii aa cabinet oflic ISS'M? A CA-i.L TO THEIR RACKS er ha-in PiiMic -we'll i" th- - . ....... ..... . . . . mm I n'Jll Ikl .1 WWI I ' la V. f ''II'M Ili'V"!. ' CONFERENCE To Determine Their PoHti. c&J Course This Vear. THE CALL IS MOST-ILK TO THE ADMINISTRATION. The positive and notoriously ,1 hostile i. tni t utleof thc-govei v, m e nt of cur lopublictowund 'iticitize'iis of color Hinder t lie present R;p ublican -Jidtministrotion and the approach ofthu party T90tt pro. duce a c ivis for one eight Of the men! of oitizott: lor color in a...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Conservator
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 2 March 1908

t r .1? Scdalisv Weekly Conservator W. II. HUSTON, EDITOR & PUBLISHER. Office 121 East Main Street SUBSCRIPTION ,HATE3. Q. C Telephone, 80. AUVERTISMUNT RATES to to inches, t run, '-' ") eta per In. tn U itteht 1 run, 'JO cts. per inch fvoM raUta quoted on retvuest for line "ail." Local linn IU ctti. per liuo of six words. 1 yfar Six month Three month Single Copy $1.50. $1.00 $().7.i .05 Special rates to Agents anil Club organization. Entered at the Scdalia Post Oflicc a. Second data matter, Correspondents and Agents wanted in every town and village :tr Central Missouri. Senator Warne's Unusual Ac tivity in The Negro's Humiliation. That the Junior Senator from ifcis state is subservient to the aiictatioHSof the Roosevelt Admin tratiort ip. evident from the role .ie has assumed in the Senate's Brownsville investigation. That ee is acting contrary to his better judgement, vc "believe is evident from a study of his past career. But the stand he has takon brooks to apology. He has p...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Conservator
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 2 March 1908

5?V..'"ifir . V .... . . 'I '1 Hi BUILi A HOUSE, A t n i t H - 1 If So See J. T; BROWN, Architect. Carpkntkn and Buildr'r. t IS? r't El fir sot- 1 1K If! 'f I.W mi mm 1V,( (fc.-i.KW. t-Wi. CHAIR CANEING AND ALL ' KINDS OF REPAIRING. Phone 633 5 14 Monroe St., ' Jefferson City, : Missouri. CANNON AND THE flEGRO His .Record Reviewed by The Chicago Conservator for The .enlightenment of The New York Age A faft Sheet. "Do you offer vour wifcrom- fof t when she weepn?" "When she doesn't weep woof ten; it usually takes a new dress to comfort her." Houston Post. Pi&nos at a Bargain. J. J. McDonald, the local rep resentative for the Thiebe-Stier. in Music House of St. Louis, has Xvs following pianos for sale. CHICKLCRING & SON, of Boston, POOLE, CAM ERO-M, THlEBE-STlER LIN, THIBLIN, and STIEN- BACH-DREHER. .Persons, desiring- a piano, can y.:;ve tr-oney by seeing- tne first, ice ue are manufacturers and, n.ctefrtrc, we can save you mon ey. 'Call on, or write, J. J. McDONOUCH, 617 La ...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Conservator
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 2 March 1908

m 1 1 f 4 1 ' 1 ''v k4 y.Mv. ' ' ..KM" MW tdlti.M.ii - i II18I9II MONUMENTS! THIC BEST l'KOl'OSrlHON IN MKST LINK AT THE MOXU- HEINEN'S ' The Latest Designs and a Lartfc Stock lo Select from 28 YEARS CORNER OHIO AND PACIFIC Sts. j Mr. Mrs. Sanford Fields en- leriillueii a iuw i iiitru nieiiusi nt ibe'surpris pirty last Friday night given in honor ol Mrs. Min nie Lyttlcs of Warronsbi'fg all j present report a del ightfol time. f Mr and Mis. J. H. Rohi"sou 1 delightfully cntc.tainod ut din- ner Sutulav at ih"ir home south jot town the following gu.'st: . I Mr, J. K. RubinMin, and son ol Mr. ami Mr. Will. A MYSTERI OUS WOMAN. THE SNAKK WONDER. OF THE ' VIRGINIA MOUNTAINS. Mnuh'ifvilli' 'am M vlioipi and oaby of Lexin SEEDS, PLANTS, ROSES g Bulbs, Vines, Shrubs, Fruit and Ornamental Troes jj Sweet Peas, Pansiss, Nasturtiums and Other Choice Flower Seotis. LAWN GRASS AND LAWN FSSSTBLIZERS 106-108 East ii'lnin Street SEDALliS, P;.C STORE g'n, Mr. and Mr. S. M. More bead and daughter Ed.vt...

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 March 1908

msmm VOL V m3 Scutum til SEDALIA, MO., MONDAY, MARCH 9, 1908. No. 22 W " J mi' F8T KEGRO BANK WAS CLOSED. Muskogee, Okla., Feb. 26.--A most unusual story is being told hsrp concerning Bank Commis sioner H. H. Smock, head of the Mate banking- system of Oklaho ma, and the negro town of Boley, southwest of Muskogee, in Ok fuskee county. Smock sent an examiner into Boley to examine tne Bole Hank and Trust company, a negro banking institution with a cap ital of $25. 000. The examiner reached the town, which is com posed of about 2,200 Negroes, and which is run byncgoes, from ma yor to postmaster. Just as the sun was setting, a mob immediate ly gathered around him and es corted him beyond the town lim its with the reminder that no white man could spend the night in Bo ley, or stay their after the sub went down, The examiner was compelled to drive ten miles before he found a place to spend the night. Smock heard of the treatment ten dered his examiner, and became so enraged that he ordered...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Conservator
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 9 March 1908

f 1 I i I I I? sr. I Sedalia. Weekly Conservator W. II. HUSTON, EDITOR & PUBLISHER. i Office 121 East Main Street. SUBSCRPTION -RATES. Q. C- Telephone, 80. ADVERTISMEKT RATES ' 1 to 10 Inches, 1 run, '.'.") cts. per in. 10 to 30 indies, 1 run, 'JO els. per inch ' Special rates quoted on request for time "ad." Local linei 10 ct. per line ' of sIn rwords. ANNOUNCEMENTS. FOR MAYOR. 1 yesr $1. .). Six month SI.00 Three month sf0.7." Single Copy -00 Special rates to Agents anil Club organization. Entered at the Sedalia Post Office a Second clats matter. Correspondents and Ag-cuts wanted in every town and village in Central Missouri. Senator Warner s Unusual Ac tivity in The Negro's Humiliation. That the Junior Senator from this state is subservient to the dictations of the Roosevelt Admin istration is evident from the role he has assumed in the Senate's Brotynsvillc investigation. That be is acting contrary to his better judgement, we believe is evident from a study of his past caree...

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. — 9 March 1908

itrvrrsrfc; - -fAij.t n , - u . . . . i. - : a- .... . i I . ., 1 v, .it" . ... .." I .aaaaiBaaa. -TaTaa' aeaaTaMaSjaSja BSjaSjaTjaM aaaSjaSaaaaa .BaeaaV batata ,V - UIM 1 IJIIlUll 1J 111 illav ill.ri.'. i1nnrir limn l BUILDER. I ' .. I Dont you be a by-and-foyer CHAIR CANEIKG AND ALL KINDS rF REPAIRING. Phone 633. 3 14 MonroSfcK-. V a? am" e Pinnot.lt a Bar J. J. McDonald, tHeJlaytUrep ' resentative for tbe THjebS-Sticr. la Music House of Sj. .'Louisi, ha; tbe followingjpiaoos for sale. CHICK15RING& SON, of Boston, POOLE, CAM ERON, THlEBE-SljlER. LIN, THIELIN, and STIEN ' BACH-DREHER. Persons, desiring a piano, can save noonejTby. seeing1 me first, since we are manufacturers and, therefore, we can save you mon ey; Cail on, or write, J. J. McDONOUCH, il7 LaPayette Street, Sedalia, Misfiour", Af SiLL TO INfCDESJIllj.NfcttOES ISSUE A CALL TO THEIR RACE PijL,AUELPHIA, PA., APRIL 7TH. to Determine f Kcir Poliii ca.1 Course This Year. '' : " ; THE CALL IS HOSTILE TO THE ADMINISTRATIO...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Conservator
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 9 March 1908

'K I a .1 JuB- WORK Neatly & Promptly Done AT THK Conservator Office, W. II. tll'STON. Manager, Corner of Ohio and Cooper Streets, EXPLAINED MECHANICALLY. 'When I am busily engaged in thinking," remarked the doctor, "all the noises on earth can't dis turb mc." " Mv stars'" exclaimed the professor, in his antaonotnical wav. "Do the wheels in your 'head make so much racket as all I that?" SEDALIA, MISSOURI. MILLIONS IN FINES NEAR. NEGROES GIVE WARNING Ton Defendants Who Lo sion A i: Elkins I. Deri- Thai Taft "5 Krichds on I'.ic Coun ty Ticket Will No Show. TO RENT A fine seven room home, nice ly located at 30S West Morgan Street. Sedalia, Missouri. See Dr. J. M. Harris. llf. West Main Street, Sedalia. Missouri. Or, ad dress Rev. W. J. DeBoe, Box-502 Fayette, Missouri. Wa.xhiniiton. I:eb. 2". -l'rt'o .ome ww dol'on-e can pauh up thtc lints inn-. !v paid to (."nolo S.ini in accordance .'it' hv 'loldinir til.;' the Elki"..' l;t v w;, iiut repealed by the lk;;'".rc r,i:--oad rate law:...

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 March 1908

BwW ' "a 1 ,.J.41fJ. . A3 J; SEDALIA, MO., MONDAY, MARCH 23, 1908. m. -VOLV if s . BXBBBBBBBBE' kiBBBBBBKsBBBBBBBKE: .pKZ-IMsbbbbbbbbbbbT i 'BBBBHijvBBBBpir PJHBpP No. 24 Bishop David H. Moore, President of the Central Missouri Con ference at its Joplin Session in March '07. He is one of Methodism's Great Workers. Happy at Last We are informed through the columns of the Globe Democrat of the 21st that Fred A. Hughes, a former student of George R. Smith College and a recent report er on the Conservator's staff, was married at St. Charles, Missouri to Miss Ceina Miller of this city. The wedding is the culmina tion of a romatic courtship last ting- several months, both wre well kntfwn here and much loved by our youth. Cupid's longings seemed to have had a greater at traction for Miss Miller than type setting. We extend grattilations. THE RIGHT END. One day Percy, aged 3, was play ing with the tail of a big dog. 'Look out," said a careful aunt "he'll bite you, dear." "Oh, no, auntie," h...

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 March 1908

af T","l 1 r T --ra-?M7- LI - 1 I 6 If hi ' ' , : : ; - u miWMmmHSK t- ,t ' jsi la ai IB w w .aVaaBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB 'aier. ft r if n w. ivi ' inaiiiin ADVERT I3.M ISN'T RATES -r-to 10 inchm, 1 run. 28 cts. per- in. . llUooQ inehra, 1 run, '-'0 its. per inch fecial 'rates iiuoU-i! on rutpiMt for iim "lid." ""froMl Hiicm IU perli'iio of si's' norili. SUBSCRPTIOtf .RATES. ""l"yT Six montli Three montli Sinirlo I'onv , Sicc'i:il Mil- to Asi-riU aii'l Club or Katiintioiw. :. 91.00 05 Knlercd :tt the Sedalia Post Office n"Sccond class matter. Correspondents and Agents wanted in every, townind village j ii Central Missouri. . . ;( w ,. .,;..(,, i. .' . '! f. TEE NATIONAL PLEA. ('mi! 'iicn! A time likn tlii dctuni. Is (!ni initH.'s. p-.r? hearts, trun failli :md nvly lunda. Mem u isomj opiiiion? and a Will: Mm hI.ihii ilo-irc for olliro docs not UW-. ; Men u'Ikim tli'1 -.pulM of olllre ran nol ln,, . Men v.hu love Itciiwii; i..cm who will not li,- ;, Tall men; sun crowniil mer. inr-i .h...

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 March 1908

.1. J. McDonald, the local rep resentative fqrithe? 'EhteHa-Sticr-' in Music House of St. Lotus, has the following pianos for Hale. CHICKERING & SON, of Boston, Po6l'E', d'AiS?-'" EROrJ, THlEBE-STIER-j LrN'.'THlKUN, and'StlEN- BACH-DREHER. Persons, desiring a piano,, can sa ;c money by' seeing me, .first; I'ince we are manufacturers and, tliereforcs w.en save j.you mon ey. Call on, or, write,., , J.'J.'McDONOUCH, bi; LdCayctte Street,' 1 Sedalia, Missodf, ii I" Directory -.GOING TO, 'tiT 1Xl-II-L!!1 ul 11''"' ' '"' '"' ' ' mmBPr - . r " Mt.,.., .i M8iSW. ,! 3OT' ' k w tts (Start' .7. J!M;1 lltEUICUlClCL u.v iivu '.r'uv - r .Jam j . i m r rata if lmmk. . .i - . . 'k ',iv.i h?m C'katk'CANicing and all' mmmmmmSIFJ: ' f;vH' iiUk , KINDS 'W'teKPAIlVlNG.1- K.U.vl MHiB ,Hgflf , J , D:.MMM m I1bHm1m1m1m1m1m1m1m1m1m1m1m1m1m1mH V . llBlMlMlMlMlMlMHilMlMlMlMlMlMlMlMB . ( j. J. McDonald, the ron- Hl in music Mouse ot si. i.otus, nas HH c the followini? nianos for Hale. - IIBa"sBBaB9fl : CHI...

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. — 23 March 1908

f ft 1 JOB-WORK. Neatly & Promptly Done AT THE Conservator Office, V. H. HUSTON, Manager, Corner of Ohio and Cooper Streets i- t -SEDALIA, MISSOURI. Mrs. Lcvis Rollins is very ill at this writing. Allie Wilsoo of Glenco was !" -mly the negro from mili- d without honor beciuse of com plicity in the rioting at Browns, ville, Tex , to rcenlist, provided they can prove thsir innocence of participation in the shooting affray or subsequent knowledge tlir.rof, which would implicat the guilty parties. Tho allowed to rc-eulist will receive all par and allowances from the date of their dismissal, in the same way as if their re-enlistment had taken plasu at that time. The hill offered by Mr. War ner was not approved by the mil itary affairs committee and refer red for consideration. Democratic senators will not support the Warner bill. They take the position tint t 'ie Negroes did the shooting and iveee proper, ly dismissed without honor and could not be permitted to again enter the servic...

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 April 1908

-a It' " V as Asa KB haw. THE FUNERAL OF BISHOP FOWLER. . Bp; i ; vor. v Br- t eeKlg CottGcruntor. SEDALIA, MO., MONDAY, APRIL 5, 1908. No. 25 , BISHOP FOWLER WAS A MIGHMY THINKER AND LEAD ER, HE IS THOUGHT OF TO DAY AS A CREAT LOVER. HE LOVED HIS KINDRKD, HIS CHURCHES THE MASSES OF PEOPLE, BOTH HERE AND IN HEATHER DOM; HE LOVED THE NEED IEST THE MOST. At one o'clock on Monday, March 23,a brif service of pray er for the family and a few inti mate friends was held at the bis hop's late residence, 338 West Seventy-second Street. It was conducted by Rev, Wallace Mac Mullen, D, D of Madison Ave. Church, the pastor of the family. Before two o'clock the large auditorium of Madison Avenue Church was thronged for the public rervice. The pews on both titles of the center aisle were oc cupied by ministers and by rep Tesnatives of the Foreign Mission ary Society, the trustees of Drew Theological Seminary and other. Boards to which Bishop Fowler belonged. In the northeast cor ner of the church ...

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 April 1908

W 5 i o ; 1 if- r j ii 14. r Sedalia, Weekly Conservator W. H. HUSTON, EDITOR & PUBLISHER. ' f Office 121 East Main Street. SUB3CRPTI0N RATES. Q. C- Telephone, 80. ADVERTISMENT RATES lto 10 Inches, 1 run, 23 cts. per In. lOto 50 inches, 1 run, J0 cts. per inch Special rates quoted on request for Uirne "ad." Loeal linns 10 cts. per lino ' of six words. 1 year Six month Three month Single Copy Special rates to Agents and ganizutions. SI. 50, SIM10 .05 Club or' ' Entered at the Sedalia Post Office at Second cla.s matter. Correspondents and Agents wanted in every town and village 'in Central Missouri. 3 i Is, a i i THE NATIONAL PLEA. God give u men! A time like this demands Clean minds, pure hearts, true faith and ready hands. Mem who possets opinions and a will; Men whom desire for office does not kill; Men whom the spoils of ollire can not buy; Men who love honon; men who will not lie; Tall men; sun crowned men: men who live above the fog In public duty and in private thinking; Me...

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. — 6 April 1908

mmtnn a . unucr fiSSSF5l " If ..So See . ras'iri&lARCHITtCT. CARPENTFN AND kJ'jVt BtJILDRR. pK-CWAtR CANEING AND ALL 'MlC;INDS OF, REPAIRING. Pkoh 633. sl4 Monroe St., . $jV .'Jefferson City, : Missouri. w P1 1 Fitvno , at a Bargain. It. J. J. McDonald, the local rep resenutive for the Thiebe-Stier. in Manic House of St. Louis, has the following pianos (or sale. CHICK1CRING & SON, of Boston, POOLE, CAM EROON, THIEBE-STIER-. LIN, THIELIN, and STIE.N , BACH-DREHER. Persons, desiring a piano, can mouey by seeing' me first, since we are manufacturers and, therefore: we can save you mon ey. Call on, or write, J. J. McDONOUCH, . 17 LaPayettc Street, Scdaiia, Missour, Centril Mliiouri Con- ference Session concluded'. Cairo; III., Eugene Graham CUrksville, George Grady Curryville, to be supplied ' DeSoto and Festus, J H Nolan East St. Louis. III., A R Martin Ebbtrry, T W Fulghem . Farmmgton, to be supplied Fredr-.rickiown. to be supplied Hannibal, Q E Whaley Irontf-n & Poioii, 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. — 6 April 1908

r.ut SPRING f OPT WEAR Jn j We Extend to Our Friends and Patrons a Svkino Ckkkt. i.w. and a Renewed Welcome to This Homh of GOOD SHOES You Will see many S yles here that you'll not meet with in other stores. Come io See-Buy at Your Pleasure. QUINN BROS., I I 5 206 Ohio St.. SEDALIA, MO. For Increase of Annual Rate of . Taxation to be levied for School Purposes in the School District of the City of Sedalia. 1 jaCHKBfOR 1 The rally at the Baptist Church was a great success. Mrs. Mary McGec a former member of the city is very ill at her home in St. Joe. Be sure to support the Conservator. Notice is hereby given that the question whether the annual rate of taxation for school purposes in the school distric of the City of Se dalia shall be increased forty-five cents on the hundred dollars of assessed valuation, as proposed by the board o; directors of said district pursuant to the provisions of the statute, will be submi'ted to the voters of said school district who are tax-payers therei...

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. — 13 April 1908

:i f " ' v 'If' 'yOL V- I,, .J ,;" ly.' EDALIA, MO., MONDAY, APRIL 13, 1908. No "6 -i'- " ' ' - r , . i i. . : . NEGROES COM1WG INTO THE BEN mm, EFITS OF CIVIUZATION; farms quietly caring, as well as j the successful practitioners un-l thev could, for the families and I der the license required in their Bishop Wilden of The .MethodUt Episcopal Church Discusses s This Proposition in a Recent UiWtJ of The California Cbr'stian Advocate. Read Thorbly and Reflect. PS . Th. Negroes of America arc who rcout. despise, or ignore the passing away from the disabilities claims of religion. The' Negroes inherited from, former slavery . .- . . . . ... . '! as a body must be advancing .in of civilization. The National Ccn k sus of laOO. the latest .authentic fe' renort. classed as illiterate less than 45 p'er cent of the Negro population, leu years 01 age; an-u 1 .j. . .. . ' 11' auove, reveaimg rnai tne numuer morality. Thus there is ample evidence of advancement in intel! i gerce, voluntary indu...

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. — 13 April 1908

Sedali. Weekly Conservator W. H. HUSTON, EDITOR & PUBLISHER. Q. C Telephone, 80. i ADVERTISMENT RATES 1 to 10 indies, 1 run, 23 cts. per in. 10 to AO inches, 1 run, 'JO cts. per Inch Special rntes quoted on request for time "ad." Lseal lines 10 cti. per lino of six words. Office 121 East Main Street. SUBSCRPTION RATES. 1 year Six month Three month Single Copy Special rate, to pitilzatloiis. Agents and 81.50 $1.00 $0.75 .05 Club or Entered at thcSedalia Post Ollicc as Second class matter, Correspondents and Agents wanted in every town and village in Central Missouri. H ... d I .. .'J UM Ul ,!l UAliAitliitUti -MM ' ' V. THE NATIONAL PLEA. ft ... 1 . . 11 ... i i i i 'i..v titim PERSONAL. For headache Dr. Miles' Antl-Paln Pills. Rev. W. j. DeBoe of Fayette was in our city several days last week. 'mi iil (Ijil itive iw men! A time lile this ik'tasmls Olfiui :iiini!s, pure lu-sirts, true faith and ready hands. .Mem who pusr-o opinions mitl a will: Men whom deidre fur uliicc dots not ...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Conservator
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