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Sedalia Weekly Conservator.
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Sb, Published Hvrry Saturday. Office, Room 13 G- It. Smith College wm maKe tlieir n'He at present.
SJt; , Application for second class mail rates filed, June 0, '03 Tile groom is one of Scdalia'S
W. H. HUSTON
OC. M. ENGLISH
This Space Will Notify Toil
When Tour Subscription Is Due . One Year
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of good faith.
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be in by Wednesday.
Think for Thy-srolf out) gooil thought;
Ami know It In tin Tlllnn mvn.
Tin belter than n, thounnd gleaned
From XfetJrt by other sown.
IllnSt lllrrlllv rprinrlnil i-iliwns nrl
x-iui. x vn.! a man ot business tact and null tv.
MANAGER He lias a position as stenographer
clerk for a large wholesale and retail
firm one of the largest in Wagon.
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75 sincss course uniier, and secured
15. nis present position thru our much
loved Prof. Dillups, Registrar and
Professor of Commercial Dept., G,
R. 5. College. The bride is one of
Sedalia's society flowers and a veiy
popular contralto singer.
we suaii miss ner irom our cir
cle her charming features, grace
ful- bearing and alluring voice. She
has all the qualities that go to the
making 01 an industrious and loV-
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tor congatulates Mr. Sullivan for IteV. 1. L. L0W6, U. U.. JPIl. JJ rreSldem.
having secured her for his better rA, pNnAr criD t? 11 . o .
half. wL,l:rNDAI l'Ol Fall term opens Sept. 22, closes
190304 Dec. 11. Winter term opens Dec.
George R. Smith College.
A Thoughtful Leadership Asserting Itself.
Immediately after emancipation, the race was wantittp- in
thoughtful leadership. The effect of which has been very keen
ly felt. Achievements attained by any people may be attributed shorter Catechism of
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"""'"J lu iiiuuynuii" iwiucrp, consequently, many errors, we Negro Equality
fmlmo- cf,1 i, i 1 . i. M wim .,.'! n.. ii . purpose of the College is to give a thorough, practical christian
.w ""umuu "Mu. x-ium wib roiiinrKS " - " -- education. It cares for the health and physical training, provide for
of an able educator Prof J Dallas Bowser, of K. C. Mo., at ,"',,, . - nn ... refined social culture, gives careful attention to morals and manners,
aiaisnaii, iio., wc gleaned tins woelul tact, namely; that OurLii dcmor . , ' 'and aims to lead the student to a personal religious life.
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w)- ami s1"3 ku uul 1IUV mi very iimueu capacities to
i4i closes Ecb. 19. Spring term
opens Feb. 22, closes April 28.
WhO I'dVii lllrt K'nitPAAG ,tn rir.1..
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u&L-iiu wmigs. mm 11c gave several very practical lllustra- of sufTtagc in New York?
ttons that demonstrated his proposition conclusively. This led The Democratic party.
us to think why did such a condition of affairs exist? To what l,res!Jtl1 vcr the conven
may this uctrlect to increase our mental, moral mul iiiflnstrinl l,.0nv,I,ch avc U,is privilege to
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leaders nave tailed to be thoughtful enough to implant into Van Burcu to the presidency of th
tnc youtntul niincl an eagerness to undertake irreat aims and United btatcs:
achievements in life. For, if thev had. we would see more at- '1,,lc De'ocratic party
.temuts made to do some of the Preat deeds in 1ifo Wo n, v " Uotnarried a Negro woman ami
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...o.j ui ituuti. iwiu mt Liiunymi ui iiuu piuiuhupiuc. 1 ney ocrat.
u.o &uuiynijj uic uue siar.is 01 tilings and instead ot shrink- Who elected Richard M. lohn-
iug. from them, as mauy do, they meet them boldly and fear- son vice president of the U. S.?
Jesslv. and bv coiiFrontitirr tlipni roiir.amnii!lw tlim. Imnn -tUc Democratic 'nartv.
will simulant them with bettor tde.m. mtror mn, n,1 lffw If P'wWent Van Buren had died ,cft 'or ome last Thursday.
aspirations. Public sentiment does not change them from their "lS,.!;- JTJt
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j.v. vu iu,.rui .1 luniv nwuy mcir iciw raccmeu may become the Democratic mistress of
accompiisn things truly noble. 1 his, in itself, shows them to the White House?
be thoughtful. Who docs not fear public sentiment? Only the The same Negro woman.
true leader; the leader that molds it rather than that it should w" ,naaa 1,10 negro a citizen
mold him. We are proud of our thoughtful men; we arc glnd 0 'a, .a",c?
thai the hitnre is fUiRmrinn; with sinrii: oF mnm in tm, All ... 4aiij.
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The work of the College is divided into six general departments.
I, Primary and Grammar Grades, providim: n thorotn-h drill ;,,
the elementary branches.
II Academy or College Preparatory. withClassical. Scientific. n;i,.
lical Kiijjhsh, Normal and Commercial courses.
III Art DepartmentDrawing. Painting and Decorative work,
IV Music Department Vocal and Instrumental .fniV. T
V Industrial Detinrtnintil
Kconoiny, Mechanical Arts, Agriculture.
VI College of Liberal Aits Complete elective
the several academic degrees.
Allie Urown who has been for
some tunc sojourning at the college
Two of the G. U. S. C. boys Guvo
Hawkins and Ollie Urown have
gone to Mlantic City N. J. for the
A fine Jersey cow valued at $75,
the gift of Mesdaiues Smith and
Cotton, has been added to tl in fnrrii
Who enacted a similar law in ilas herd.
hail to such fearless characters as Booker T Washington, sachusetts?
J. westoy, ii. lioweil, W. 1. Vernon, liisliops Uames, SliaiTer, The Democratic party. Two ,arge '''fifty Agates were
Lane and Turner, So long as our institutions shall give to us Who gave the Negro the right to l'resetcl "c College by Rev. and
such men as these we need have no fears of meeting the dif- vte'nNew Hamshrc?
ficult affairs of tins age.
Mrs. Hunt and now adorn the front
approach to the College,
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population '01 tnc piggery
were deported to porcine paradise,
and other porkers now perambulate
Dr. Lowd and Prof. Hilln
haustless energies many individuals are tenmted to ce.ase 1. " , ' " ' .? VB r8Km ai waM- JSCP" Uistr
w I ijuiiii! ilH'.i KPITIirUir llDinrn rn1...IInnwi.it nM.......kT I. I 1 .
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Strive To Do Something Truly Great.
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in uik nay ui muuciii invcuiiuiis, ngiu conipemioti and ex-
The Democratic party.
Who permitted every colored per-
son owning $,250 111 New York to
become a voter?
A general assembly purely Dem
no repealed the laws of Ohio
them to accomplish
To these elements we would speak a word of goodcheer, stud
y your , . -ities and adaptabilities, your powers of endurance
and resourcefulness. When you have done this, concentrate
your most potent powers to one purpose, namely: the accom
plishment of something truly great. Cowards and cringing
weakliugs nevr succeed. The bold sensible and adventurous
in the state? at Independence.
The Democratic nartv.
Who made mulattoes legal voters 1 lle sl'bscnption at Taylor Chap-
in O.? cl for tnc Manual Training buildinc
A Democratic supreme court of is wel1 towartl Sloo.oomark and
which R. Wood was chief justice. win pass that point when completed,
What became of Rhuben Wood?
J'he Democratic party elected
him governor three limes and he is
Borird ami room fur four Wci-ks 18.00
Tuition . 2.00
Uso o lnumlry ,50
Music, Instrumental or Vocal for four
weeks, two lessons per week $2,10
One lesHou per woek ,f,u
t'eo of Instrument per rnouth - .60
Uso of typowritur in Commorcinl de
partment, per month ,r,ij
Itooms aru liirlitdil, lieatod, finiiislied
with buiUtcmls, nmtircss, pillows, two
'juilts, mirrors, bowl pitcher and lamp.
Student furnish for themselves, sheets
and pillow caso, extra uilt mid bUn
kots, slop bucket, lamp chimneys, mat
ches, tonp etc.
A reduction of f,0c xr month is made
from tho tuit'on of cnudidatfs for the
Ministry, and children of Minister.
All hills aro pnyablo in advance tho
first of each school month. .Money for
students' expenses should bo sent di
rectly to tho I'rosidont of tho Collepo.
Send by draft, I. O. order, expreni .
order or reentered letter to
Pres. I. l l.ovp,
Pres. T.owe Siindaycd at Clinton
Mo. A fine offering was made for the
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have always and will ever achieve their purposes in tho world. a leader of the Dem. pa, ty. bo added p71rn . T
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iu uukh uu nt-ur it suiu, uy men anu women ot power, . " B.w "-BroeS c,ulrch are n,ive tQ tl)e inte ts f
tho' at the time dormant, that is too great an undertaking,
We must uotatteept it. Would it not iar better to attempt
sonethiug that is moraly right, with a pure motive and fail,
than never attempt anything? The voices of the ago join in
one acclaim, yes. Youth of the twentieth century, venture
the right lo vote in Tennessee un
dcr the constitution of 1795?
General Jackson. F. D. Woodford went to Mnxirn
u as Uen. Jackson a good De:u.? last week to attend a ministerial con
nc generally passeu as sucli. vcntion of the C. M' . dcnoinina-
Who, with the above lacts and tion. His return Is
with judicious tread upon something that will make the world manj' o"16" staring them in the Meanwhile Superintendent Smith
about von better by having had Vou as one of its inhabitants. ' u,c ""uau WH"B au0l 1101113 'e 1" witu the aid of an oc
Dn not allow the weak and fninr-Wtn,! rlnnnfvnnr ,r u ! ",,n,B a, u C&T0 cquaiuyr casionoi plowman.
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Planting is welt nigh completed
011 the farm. Theinputincludes4ooo
the attempt to do the thing you know to be right and honor-
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in tl.o lior nf onnm-Hltiitv cr.wn if nml .l,.1, 6 " n"u " VHlimiHun SWCet DOtatO nlants. sonif. liti.trn.1c
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The world, the nation, and tho race s ca 1 hp- for the enniosr. u' . . pwnw, on-
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,,Vt,c. iitJnc Iwtf fifcrt.,..fi. i . :- r""0' 1 ?"-lo ULUsi cucumoers, mei
v"l""-""-? Hu..iJUi.i;CUna uuung nm Wang or Canton ons, turnups, potatoes, corn sweet
Won't you attempt to inspire others? Think deeply andsober- China, a gruduate of Tientsin uui- corn, Kaffir com, millet and rmn
ly and we feel assured that Jyou will perceivee the nccessity.of
immediate activity. '
Versitv in l8no. rnrrintX nit t.;r.l., o... !. ...
, ubiiMi irarai inns give promise ot an
honors with the degree of master of abundant yield.
Work and Self-help..
A number of students boarding in lit
CoIIcko nro pormitcd to earn somopatt
of their oxponios by work In the build
iiur or on tho Krounds. provided they
are willing mid olTicitmt, Liberal payiii
allowed for all work done, but employ
ment will not bo continued to thoo who
fail,to do their work sntibfactorily. Most
studonts eiirn in this way 'J.00n month;
some parn larirer amounts. Application
for work should bo mado to tho Presi
dent in advance ot coming.
A large number of students find em
ployment in homos in tho citv. sufll!
clont to meet Mpnsos of board and
tuition. TIio call for yo'iug Indli for
these positions is always renter than
tho supply. Application for such em
ployment should bo mado In ndvanco
through tho President of the CoIIcko.
As far as possiblo wo endeavor to
safeguard those worktop; in tho city,
but cannot bo fully responsible for thoso.
outBido tho building. Only young men
and women of established habits and
character can bo allowed this nrivilece.
of out side residence,
In caso of minors this msv bo Bran-
ted only on tho written request of par,
euts or guardians.
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