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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 13 April 1908

WWW '1 .TL'tlUfffi . fr f , r. IP I" 3oiNG TO BUILD A HOUSE, If So See ' . J T. BROWN, Architkct. Carpenter and Builder. CHAIR CANEING AND ALL KINDS OF REPAIRING. .Phone '633. ' sl4 Monroe St., Jefferson City, : Missouri. Pi&nos at a Bargain. ' J. J. McDonald, the local rep resentative, for' the Thiebe-Sticr-in Music House of St. Louts, has tiic following pianos for sale. CHICKERING & SON, of Boston, POOLE, CAM ERON, , TH1EBE-ST1 ER. LIN, THIELIN, and STIEN- BACH-DREHER. Persons, desiring 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, bl7 LaFayette Street, Sedalia, Missour'J Church Directory. S EDAM I A CHURCHES. TAYLOR. CHAPEL Methodist Episcopal Church bunday Bctiool 9,30 a. m Preaching - - 11,00 a. m Class-meeting - 5;oo p. m. Epworth League 6,30 p. m Preaching" - - '7,3op.m. Prayei Meeting Wednesday even ing of each week. Rev R. Davis, Pastor. Residence 107 E. Cooper stre...

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. — 13 April 1908

TO"? "ft Eft' SPRING FOOTWEAR We Extend to Our Friends and Patrons a Si'ttiNO Ckkict i.w, anii a Renewed Welcome to This Homu of GOOD SHOES You Will see many S yles here that you'll not meet with in other stores. Come to See-Buy at Your Pleasure. QUINN BROS. championship of the ia'and?, win ning four games outof five. The record of splendid exploits would fill a book. Buffalo Evening' News. SUBSCRipERS, If von are honest, you will re mit fi r your, subacrptions today TRIBUTE TO AGED WOMAN- 206 Ohio St., SEDALIA, MO. Buffalo Welcomes The lllus'n- 1mvcm-:uu. uirc art-many ...! soioist ntnnng iimn. ous 24th Infantry. m The 24th infantay Hand stands next to the West Point Hand in its standard for fine music. The eader. Wilfred O. Thompson, i rf kwppittf.h narentatre and been the director nt the hand lot lia l tin-re been soldiei T-T liac tlip riMiuiat- otiimii to "O around. mail) - - -" ion af being the liest diicuur in the United States Amy. When Several of the soldiers married Visavan...

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 April 1908

scomm uiccum Ccmscrimtor. , VOL ' V1: ' . SEDALIA, MO.; MONDAY, APRIL 20, 1908. ' ri No, 27 i 9 'f- n Bishop W F. McDowell President of the Central Missouri Conference, of the M. E. Churchthat closed a brilliant session at Union Memorial, St.' Louis, on the 30th ult. AFTERWARD. DcaiCHt when I lie asleep, Will you co.nc? Not, perchance, to sigh or weep. Over dust that liethdumb: Hut remembering how wo' met In the sun-tiJej that have set Though you think that I forget, Dearest, cornel Where the. tangled. grosses blow . IntKo wind, Come aa in the long ago, Sometimes vexed and sometimes kbid. Come for just a little space To that solitray place, With tho sunshine of your fnee, Dearest cornel Leaves shall rustle a reply At your feet; . Love nhall answer, though'not I, When the past and present meet Recollecting words once spoken Ere companionship wan1 broken Just to bring and take a token . Dearest, comet litfltimoic Sun. For headache Dr. Miles Antl-Paln Pills. Established in May 1903. o ...

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 April 1908

K 1 r 14 Sedalist Weekly Conservator W. H. HUSTON, EDITOR & PUBLISHER. f Q. C Telephone, 80. ADVERTISMENT RATES 1 to 10 inches, 1 run, 25 cts. per in. 10 to 50 inches, 1 run, '20 cts. per inch Special rates quoted ou request for time "ad." Local lines 10 cts. per line of six words. Office 121 East Main Street. SUBSCRPTION RATES. 1 year Six month Three month Single Copy 81.60 $1.00 S0.75 .05 Special rates to Agents and Club or ganizations. Entered at the Sedalia Post Office a Second class matter, Correspondents and Agents wanted in every town and village in Central Missouri. THE NATIONAL PLEA. 6 ! I -ft $ ft ft IN MEMORY OF S. STARK8. , .i . . 1. 1. -',jjjMtl)MaTj hM Hi iii ii immnmmi m n mim i i I1-- MJ rk.a v Ut C. ' ' . i 2i& a mm 8 1 3 God give us men! A tiini1 likflthis demnnds Clean minus, pure heart!', true faitii and ready hands. Mem who possets opinions and a will; Men whom desire for office cToin not kill; Men whom the spoils of ollice can not buy; Men who love lion...

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 April 1908

MS St?? - J A TO M 5 SMr ,r BROWN, CMirrm and CHAIR CANEIKQ AND ALL KINDS. OF REPAIRING. "t AltCHlTICT, wane W ' Ph'on fiTV 514 Monroe St., j .M , Jefferson City, ; Missouri. , Pitvnos at a Bargain. yJ. J, McDonald, the local rep , resentative for the Thiebe-Stier-in Music House of St.. Louis, has the following pianos for sale. " CHICKERING & SON, ;tv of Boston,- POOLE, CAM- ' ERON, TH1EBE-ST1ER- LIN, THIELIN, and STIEN-BACH-DREHER. . Persons, Jesi ring a piano, can save money by seeing me first, sipce we are manufacturers and, therefore, we can save you mon ey. Call on, or write, J. J. McDONOUCH, 0I7 LaFayette Street, Sedalia, Missour, if ' y .V fa. , V'' . V ") Church Directory. SEDALIA CHURCHES., TAYLOR. CHAPEL . Methodist Episcopal Church Sunday School' 90 a. m Preaching - . it.oo a. m Class-meeting 5500 p; m. Bpworth League 6,30 p. m Preaching - . 7,36 p.m. Prayer Meeting Wednesday even ing of each week. Rav R. Davis, Pastor. Residence 107 E. Cooper street. BBBBaaBBBvPABBBB...

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. — 20 April 1908

T www I 3 ;l.. I" 4 LM IT SPRING F OOT WEAR For&iter Defends . Negro Soldires. I I Sirs We Iixlcnd to Our Friends and Patrons a Si'Hixo Ck:?bt ixo an J a Renewed Welcome to This Homis of GOOD SHOES You'jWili;see many Styles here that you'll not meet with in other stores. !ome to Sec-Buy at Your Pleasure. QVISSIX BROS. 06 Ohio St., SEDALIA, NO. The Man And His Job. rctta , the! i i the evening1 of the Fe "'Jiialikeesic last, siuin;', tri a-oar 6! the winnint; crew n asked how he dil it. "K.ih t Many in the world, " he said. U'.W just took the get-there s." ce and stuck to it." T ii . team had purpose i-nd pcr c.l cnec, and these two cle-ni'.-n s arc factors in every truly slice -ssful career. Whether you are ' inning a boa: race, building up a business or stilling a line of good ,. you irt'ust take the "ge tiv;r stroke and stick to it. II . nilinton W. Mabic once said i here arc two Uinus oi men who makes Hood. lie takes the gut there stroke and stisks to it Herbert Hapgoad SUBSC...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Conservator
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 11 May 1908

SEDALIA, MO., MONDAY MAY 11, 1908. msK'iivmr, .. . . .' - - ' ' ' ! 5RP Conscruntor. No. 28 ADDRESS TO OUR COUNTRY If. is Rev. R E. Gillum, D, D. Presiding- Elder of the St. Louis, District Central Missouri Conference. Dr. Gillum left for Baltimore, Md., on the 4tb, where he will participate in the proceedings ot tha. General Conf er cnce as the ministerial delegate from this Conference. AFTERWARD. Dearest when I lie asleep, Will you co.no? Not, pefthance, to igh or weep 'Over duit that lieth dumb: "But rem t inhering how we met In the sun-tidei that have act Though you think that I forget, Dearest, cornel Where the tangled grasses blow In the wind,. ' Come as in the long ago, Sometimes vexed and sometimes kind. Come for just a little space To that solitray place, Z. With the sunshine of your face, Dearest cornel Leaves shall rustic a reply At your feet; Love shall answer, though not I, When the past and present meet Recollecting words oticc spoken Etc companionship was broken Just ...

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. — 11 May 1908

.Weil ' WSWK(, lCmIHnRIHRMMHi I SedaliaL Weekly Conservator W. II. HUSTON, EDITOR A PUBLISHER. Q. C- Telephone, 80. ADVE11TI3MENT RATES f'1 to 10 inches, 1 run, 25 cts. per In. 10 to 50 inches, 1 run, '.'0 cttt. per inch Special rates quoted on request for time "ad." Local linns 10 cts. per llm' of six words. L Office 121 East Main Sttjiet. SUBSCRIPTION , .RATE8. jf 1 yenr Six mouth Throe month SIdkIo Copy Sl.i'l). I.(M St').7." .(); Special rates to Agents and Club organizations. Entered at the Sedalia Post Office a Second olais matter. Correspondents and Agents wanted in every town and village in Central Missouri. 3 THE NATIONAL PLEA. i 9. a f: God give Ui men! A time likothis demands Clean minds, pure hearts, true faith nnd ready hands. Mem who posters opii.ions and a .wilt; Men whom desire for office does not kill; Men whom the spoils of oflicp can not buy; Men who love honon; men who will not lie1 Tall men; sun crowned men; men who live above the fog In public duty and in priva...

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. — 11 May 1908

pffesi'wPiNja: to. PpM A HOUSE, KiWi RchifcV.' CarPentkh and , Btr.iLDRH. ; PW7. jj. IsE-i rr t. 'CHAIR CAN KING AND - ALL P.. T KINDS OP ftKPArftlNrv ft-Jc5? v. Jrnone ojj. 51 .vmnro , L Pianos at a Bargain. &i ( J. J. McDonald) the local rep m 'esentative (or the Thiebe-Stie'- in Music House of St, Louts, h n -'the following pianos for s.e. CHICKERING & SON, of Boston, POOLE, CAM- ERON, TH1EBE-STIER-UN,, THIELIN, and STIEN- aACH-DREHER. -'Person!. desiring a piano, can avc money by seeine me first, ince.ne are manufacturers and, ineieiore, we can save you jnon 5 ' ey.. Call on, or write, J. J. McDONOUCH, 17 LaFa.vette Street, Sedaiia, Missnur 1 - ' '' 1 - '' '" " r -- -- , . , ,srjr , rrnr: Reports Made at Tfie Recent Meeting of The Wo Matte Home Missionary Society, March 25-28 RRHOKT 'F THE TREASURER. , - Mr.s. Georgia .Wi alev in account with the Woman's Home Missionary Society. Cei.tral M.ssouri Contcrence, M. E. -Church, or the iar enil'im in Vr,rch, 1908. Receipts fro...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Conservator
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 11 May 1908

"J I' A , b j S,. r j . . ' . ,.JI i .4.-. v ..V SPRING FOOTWEAR Jjff We E.xtcn.J to Our F.icruls and Patrons a Spkinu Cki:i:t int. and a Renewed Welcome to This Homu of GOOD SHOES You Will see many styles here that you'll not meet with in other stores cmc to See-Bay at Your Pleasure. Qunra bros. J6 Ohio St. SEDALfiA, MO. church was filled to, over-flowing fully '75 people npUght admission to vain among the audience were about 30 of the best white people of this aection including the Super intendentof Public Schools and the cpunly school commissioner. Theexercisesgiow more popu lar every year as was evidenced by the large number of people coming from Krnsas City. Glas, gow, Hibee, Roanoke and pur-rounding- councy. The program rendered by the graduates was high classed in all of its f.izes Miss Z. Z. Payne of Glasgow presid-. ed at the piano it uoo without saying that the music was well rendered, when it i remember Negra Paver Ftopetl. Registrar W. 't7 Vernon re cently called to hU ....

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. — 18 May 1908

iter -TIT .. rt. '- 17'jIVj Sctotlw tDcckli) Coitocruntor. VOL V SEDALIA, MO., MONDAY, MAY 18, 1908. No. 29 Independent Press SHOULD A NEWSPAPER BE NONPARTISAN?" EDITOR'S AFFIRMATIVE ANSWER. FAIR PLAY GAINS READERS. IPaper Read by Editor H. C. Martin, of The Lenoir, North Car olina, News, Before The North Carolina Press Association at Charlotte on April, 22 and 23. ' 1 . It ' In discussing the question I shall refer more particularly to the papers published in the small er towns and rural communities, the country weeklies and semi weeklies, and not the dailies or pa pers published in the large tow.ns .and cities. By nonpartisan I trust I shall not be understood to meann neu tral that is, taking no interest whatever in the political events of the day, for there is a difference in the terms. Should a paper be so neutral and indifferent as not to give to its readers the latest po litical news of the community in which it is published and the country at large I think it would be sadly n...

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. — 18 May 1908

' '1 I- 5 ft' 1 5 - r 'A.. Sedalia, Weekly Conservator W. H. HUSTON, EDITOR " PUBLISHER. Q. C. Telephone, 80. ' ADVERTISMENT RATES pr-lto 10 inches, 1 run, 23 cto. per In. 10 to 50 inches, 1 run, 2(1 cts. per inch Bpeeial rates quoted on request for time "ad." Local lines 10 cts. per litii!'" of six word. Office 121 Eaat Main Street. SUBSCRPTION RATES. 1 year Six month Three mouth Single Copy $1.50. $1.00 $('.75 .0, Special rates to AkMs and Club or ganizations. Entered at the Sedalia Post Office a Second clats matt r, Correspondents and Agents wanted in every town and village in Central Missouri. 9 THE NATIONAL PLEA. 2 i God give us innl'"'A time like tills demands Clean minds, pure hearts, true faith and ready hands. ( Mem whoJpus.ets opinions nndja will: Men whom dceire for oliice docs not kill; Men whom the spoils of oflice can not buy: Men who love liotion; munvho will not lie; Tall men; sun crowned menincii who live above the fog vJJ In public duty and in private thinking; M't...

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. — 18 May 1908

mar. rr? . vtt . J.r n nr. Tn " IfiKfc It So See ir J ;aiTi' .... y r IB?. J r i t. brown; Architect, .A Carpenter and Estabiitiad; in May 1603. BulLTHtH. CHAIR CAN KING AND ALL (KINDS OF REPAIRING. Phori.6'33. 514 Monro St., Jefferson City,.; : Missouri: Pianos at a Bargain. J. J. McDonald, the local rep resentative for the Thiebe-Stier-in Music House of St. Louis, lias the following pianos for sale. CHICKERING &SON, of Boston, POOLE, CAM ERON, TH1EBE-ST1ER- LIN, THIELIN, and 'STIEN ' BACH-DREHER. Persons, desiring- a piano, can save money by seeing nie first, aince we are manufacturers and, therefore! we can save you mon ey. Call on, or write,. , J. J. McDONOUCH, bl7 LaFayette Street, Sedalia, Missour1 Established in May 1003. r ,Don'i Fail to Remember That .The Church Directory: SEDALIA CHURCHES. TAYLOR CHAPEL MethodTit Episcopal Church Sunday School 930 a. m Preaching 11,00 a. m Class-meeting 5500 p. m. Epworth League 6,30 p. ra Preaching - - 7,80 p. m. Prayer Meeting Wednes...

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. — 18 May 1908

jj V. I HaaaMHBiHBMBHMBBB their lives, their all, that the kowtows to pltW n H, iS" ' I a cause of liberty might live and able 'neigbors will forever, be And Get Your Moaey't Worth. , ' ",... , ' w! ft 1 1 I'" A MA 2?! 1 SPRING FOOTWEAR Wc Kxtcnd to Our Friends and Patrons a Spuing Creist in'O and a Renewed Welcome to This Homb of GOOD SHOES YouWillsee"many Styles here that you'll not 'meet with in other stores. Come to See-Buy at Your Pleasure. QUINN BROS. their lives, their all, that the cause of liberty might live and that their children might be free. We are fighting la,ws and exe cutive rulings that discriminate against a man because of his race or color. We are fighting the sentiment that apologizes for or justifies such laws and rulings. We ought to be able to count on every Negro leader with a spark ot self-assertion in him in Ameri ca for support. We are in the midst of a perilous crisis and the Negro who does not come for ward and call for justic for his people at this tim...

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. — 25 May 1908

BKRT?BaaaaaTCmaaHnaaaaaBaaaai i Silk mtkln omtxmt0t. .mp i - T p . I VpL VI SEDALIA, MO., MONDAY, MAY 25, 1908. No. 1 H$s, -) ' iUjt . . -i 1 1 i 1 - as Ik I' V IV iff IV- I o Eft - MICRO TE A Ci EILS' INSTI TUTE FOR CENTRAL NO. "Will Convene t Sedalia on i"he lSiof june.-Prof.C. C. Hub bird, with a Corps of Profici ent Assistant, Will Conduct vThis Meeting'. The Institute tor the Teachers of Central Missouri, will begin June 15th 1908, at Lincoln High 'School, Sedalia Missouri, and coo tinutten days. Teachers passirg the examina tion at thin Institute will be grant ted certificates to teach without further examination. The following arc the instruc tors: "Dr. J. M. Karris Lecturer on. Physiology Hon. Homer G. Phillip Attor oey at Law Lecturer on Civics Prof. H. Ij. Billups, M. S. In trucor Psychology and Penman .ship Editor W. H. Huston, Instruc tor in Mathematics Prof. F. S. Bowles, A. B. In structor in Science C. C. HubbardB. S. D. In structor in Pedcgogy. Special Lectuies will b...

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. — 25 May 1908

Sedalia. Weekly Conservator W. H. HUSTON, EDITOR 4 PUBLISHER. Q. C- Telephone, 80. HrADVERTISMENT RTE3 PJlto 10 inches, 1 run, L' .jets, per in. 10 to 50 inches, 1 run, 'JO cts. per ineh Special rates quoted on request for time "ad." Local lines 10 cts. per line" of sis words. Office 121 East Main Street. SUBSCRPTION RATES. 1 year $1.50. Six month $1.00 Three month S0.7.' Single Copy .05 Special rates to Agents and Club or ganizations. f Entered at the Sedalia Post Office a Second clas.a matter, Correspondents and Agents wanted in every town and village in Central Missouri. i THE.' NATIONAL PLEA. ft God give us rne'i! A time like this demands Clean minus, pure hearts, true faith and ready hands. Men who possess opinions and a will;S9w Men whom desire for oflice does not kill; . Men whom the spoils of office can not buy; Men who love honor ; men who will not lie; Tall men; sun crowned men; men wiio live above the fog In public duty and in private thinking; Men who can st.iiul before ...

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. — 25 May 1908

GOING TO BUILD A HOUSE, If So See J. T. BRO N, Architect, Carpenter and Builder.' CHAIR CANEING AND ALL KINDS OF REPAIRING. Phone 633. 514 Monroe St., ' Jefferson City, : Missouri. -w- PiA.noi at a Bargain. J. J. McDonald, the local rep resentative for the Thiebe-Stier-in Music House of St. Louis, has the following pianos for sale. CHICKERING & SON, of Boston, POOLE', CAM ERON, THIEBE-STIER-LIN, THIELIN,' and STIEN- BACH-DREHER. Persons, desiring" a piano, can aav. money by seeing1 "me first, ijaince we are manufacturers and, therefore, we can save you mon ey. Call on, or write, J. J. McDONOUCH, bl7 LaFayette Street, Sedalia, Missour Eitablthed in May 1003. o Don't Fail to' Remember That The Established in May 1003. Weekly CONSERVATOR Church Directory: SEDALIA CHURCHES. TAYLOR CHAPEL Methodist Episcopal Church Sunday 8chool Preaching Class-meeting Epworth League Preaohing Prayer Meeting Wednesday even tng of each week. - - Rev R. Davis, Pastor. Residence 107 E. Cooper street. 9J...

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. — 25 May 1908

" I HI i 1 SPRING FOOTWEAR We Extend to Our l-Yiends and Patrons a SrtUNO Crkbt. 7Nc aud a Renewed Welcome to This Houk of GOOD SHOES YoulWilirsee"'many Styles here that you'll not meet with in other stores. Zome to See-Buy at Your Pleasure. QUINN BROS. 206 Ohio St., SEDALIA, NO. HOME CROWN SEED CORN. Its Advantages ever Imported Seed. -Management of The good Corn riant. Written for Tlw Rurali-t.) tivatod as soon as the ground is in condition to be worked. Take time to do this. It will pay. If somethit'jr mutt be neglected, let it bo some of the "odd jobs," not vrur seed corn. The corn for this reed patch should be carefully se lectedfrom the best plants of the previous year's crop. The ears this pui pisie should be careu'ly tested and labeled. Do not plant while the ground is cold and wet You will gain time by waiting un til the toil is w arm enough to Rive the corn a quick, vigorous start. It is a well kno.vn fact that inbred corn rapidly degenerates. Espec ially is this true if t...

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. — 1 June 1908

V ft- 'if!' $efttltft tUcchlu Conscruntor. VOL VI SEDALIA, MO., MONDAY, JUNE 1, 1908. No. 2 I - US. Woman's Foreign Missionary Society. HOLDS INTERESTING MEETING AT CENTERVIRVV ON MAY IS AND 16. ELECTS OFFICERS FOR THE EN- SUING YEAR. PKOF. BOWLES SPEAKS. The Women Foreign Missionary Convention conveincd in Centre view, Mo., May 15 '08 with Mrs. M. H. Baker of Warrensburg act ing Pres. Prayer by Mrs Ellen Talb$rt after scripture lesson. Blest be the tie that binds was sang: after which the meeting' was opened with remarks by -the Pres. Welcome address by Mrs. Lulu Gleen of Centervtew response Mrs Maria Herndon of Wa rrens burg. The work 'ot the day was then taken up add remarks were made by the Conference Secretary Mrs. M. J. Gibson. Twenty mem bers and thirteen King Hearlds answered the roll call and the fol lowing auxiliaries reported. Sedalia; Mrs. Polly Mason. Warrensburg; Mrs. Mattic Rey nolds. Centeryiew; Mrs. Mattic Black burn. Holden; Miss Georgie Jacobs. Lebanon; Mrs. Delia...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Conservator
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 1 June 1908

. ft j Sedali&. Weekly Conservator W. H. HUSTON, EDITOR 4 PUBLISHER. G. TOM IRELAND, Advertising Department. FRED A. HUGHES, Local NewB and Circulating Department, RUTH BUCKNER & GERTRUDE WILLIAMS, Compositors -SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Year,. .One Dollar. ft A.. ! Six Months aixtyrivo ema. Advertising Rates Quoted on Demand. Write Today. Correspondents and Agents wanted in every town and village in Central Missouri. Entered at the Sedalia Post Office as Second class matter, 'i. Stand By Race Enterprises. rV-lXEEE "H when'you wish to help your race, i 1 3 SSmBr- "ou ouldspcnd;:nickcl or a'dime, flRJEBSfl? I'or littlc thincslyou know they sell, 'H)-:'" SEiSHESE (Although thisSverno is poor in rhyme) ESfilir! J$'&20li You are helpingSNegrocs every time, j i C'! , ...... . , I 1 6 a. ft EfKKBrE'And thfn although you may not see OliKHEGLTlio Rood of what youinre doinn now, '"5" SRSBESJPf 1 le,Pa w,ien e'l'r youppend a dime, JEEC'- (Never mind about this rhyme) .. .. ESSIES' An...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Conservator
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