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SEDAUA miI3KLT 0NSKKYATOR
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Entered June ?, '03 at Sedalia, Mto., as second class matter un.
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George R, Smith College.
Tho Si ccbss, in an ablo manner dis- Re V. I. L. LfUVfi. T). D-. Ph. TV. Prp.cirlnrif
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nooseveirian btatesmansniu tne irue smnanni f M.nhood
Amamnon Tk, M"""""'. tl.o frllowinB 8on.iblo CALENDAR FOR
In n enrpfttl shirk- nf tlio orr-at stnttvttilftM of the u-nrW -n 1110 ,,me " raPKI,l' coming, wlioli the
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Have to note tile Scope Ol tncir nillUOtlCe as tt CttCClCU the Clt- a younj; msn to respect and ndr.iirtli
izcnslnp of tho country over which they had control, if in the r" ,,lie. 'u,turo 1,0 wi" bu ''"""''f"11 b)
fostering of the principles of state, they were guided by nar- Li somebody Rives him. One. who
Towuess. preiuuicc or selfishness, their trood to the world at I merely has money, without iloine nor-
large waw severely hampered. Wehave glowing examples of nlTJu
narrow statesmanship in tho careers of such men as Richelieu i"a"a his opponuuities todosomt.
Bismarck Mcttcruich Cavour and scores of others of our elm's- "mg a" . somcth"'K- waning yioai
i i ... i .. t 1 . . r icoaiiccn. Jiomy, Ilia reprcsetitntivo ot
un, iio-u iiitu jimvi iv ouiiinua wn it unisao ijr value, should be secured by doinL-soin..
t.ie elevation oi others. 1 lie examples ol these lorcign states- "'"k l!ial uabio. if one has mon.
Eall term opens Sept. 22, closes
Dec. 11. Winter term opens P
i.j, closes Feb. 19. Spring term
opens Feb. 22, closes April 2s.
The purpose of the College is to give a thorough, practical christian
education. It cares for the health and physical turning, provide (or
refined social culture, gives careful attention to morals and manner
and aims to lead the student to n personal religious life.
The work of the College h divided into six general departments
I. Primary and Grammar Orades, providing a thorough drill m
the elementary bran. lies.
vc courses leading to
11 Acndemv or Coltcpf! PrtMinrninrv. uMtlif'l.iccirvil. intttil. n.i.
men have been reflected to a very great degree by their Amer- ofTahejiIhS lltal i;nsl'sl,.'Nnr'!l1 n"'1 Commercial courses,
ican contemporaries and successors. Such men as Havues. Mm.WrtmouVeisol 111 A,t DcPar,'eilt Drawing. Painting ami Decorative work.
Toombs, Cullom. Gorman. Tillman and others of their beliefs ? cnriou with a youth whof,Kht. tv l,s,c U"Ptmcnt-ocai ami Instrumental Music, Tueory
, , ' -j 1 1 -i -j 1 ,1 his way lo iciory, an idle iiM.ln.n man I a"d ' Iarmnny.
and character arc guided by similar ideas namely the sttppres- wUh money cu.. a ,0y fiSure. V industrial DePar(menl-SewinR. Drs,,uklne. CoL-in, r,n.
siou, yes; even titter annihilation ot an clement ol American Wlut tbure 111 "') What can io mn if,. r,.,.i,nti.vi An.
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CU izcns, 111 order tint their bigoted ideas of srate-claft may be anh " T "a ZZZ VI ..' VI College oi Libe.al Arts-Complete elective
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wuii icu luiu v:.uuuiiwii. x ncir i uaMjniug it ui luiiLuub uiiu Liieir nas u Helped the woild' Tho'e will lo I j-bikiui awucm ucijivia.
p-overiiieiil.il svstem? nre unstable. Onlv thnt cl.i.ss of frnvtr!. the test (uostions ot tho future.
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lU'iits is cut-luring whose laws and lite on the emulations ot per preiudico nL-ainKt u,,. wctiirv i,iun,. a0l- of tiieConiiitutioulliillo(Hiuhi.
sonal liberty, racial equality and industrial enterprise, all of unless rich, tho "do-noihtn,;" million- "d f j BmaBcipatiou I'loehmuion
these, however being overshadowed by the absolute iwgiii! r.r
tiou of the laws of Christianity . The world has had men who honiiros, who don overnii ami work m ,n dt " ll "K""11 prwepm doc so
ctnnA fnr tllicnlnui! cfotr.cilin,lcIl!r XTnlA tllnnrn.vo nf Pa- Shops or factories Of take Utl l! roiilln. ,0 ,he Pcri! uf OHljoil
... ui imrc-j, 10 icarn tne
busuuiss from tho botlom up.that they
tcrthe Great, Charlemagne, Gustavus Adolphus, William E.
Gladstone, Chas. Sunnier, Jas. G. Blaine, Abraham Lincoln "'ny ho useful workms, ko that when GovornmenfLnnd In Missouri.
and our president Pressdcut, Theodore Roosevelt. We regret J , V'J,rU4tctl min-
. . . . 1 1 f t 1 " 0 iuwr uc o
mat tueni is sucu a largo eicinoni oi Americans who iniscon- qml to tho task, Tjwy realize timtthev
strue the motives of our self reliant sovereign. They may be "f'roworwhiiocl'mbinwhioh
niiwim..iiii"j"iiviiU.i "a "'"sutnnnt when ihey reach it. Kxponenco
torthc purpose oi lionizing 111111, ana another are those whop nown mat the sons of rich men,
use these methods for 110 otner puri)osc rhau to in ure his .. . , "ri,u"',",nf
popularity and thus cripple his influence for good. As to the the buin u-ft them by their father-
first, it may be said that, when he acts for the relief of the tbal l,,u' tlr,ft aml deteriorate anu tinni-
.j .un, vnoQijmuii); lumr loriuncs
For thn benefit of thpie who expect t
laku par: in tho iii'ptction of govern
ment Intnl. which will be about Soplcni
hr, I herein jjive a lilt of aurea and o
lloonville Dislriot, IOf ,030 acmsi
liontoji District 101',8JO acre
.Springfield Will ict ,.'13,U2y ncrea
Anyone) dmlrin towfp the Inflation of
thefro hinds miiy :m) map uf aume at (hi
people tuul lor the genereal weilare oi the rejuiuiic, as he did umraiuml miu,ouair whoat.ompt to wsbkbvatou-8 office, o4 h. Main st
hi our -ecent coal disturbance in Pennsylvania, the laborers conduct bmitiuss soon find that score of 0twr information w.ubaKimi bymeat
thruout the .laud went almost frantic" in dcclatiug that 1 I ,.0-, JS.1.? I'rr1-1 Your. ncLlir."
stood an the special champion of American labor. I his was Ud much better abi. to ii.,.h. D. L. S owart
not the case by any means. He , as president of the United
States, guided by 'he teaching of our established principle, did
hi.'i duty fearlessly.
The same condition obtniiw among tho Negroes of the laud
Most all the "Negro news papers devoted column on column in
commendation of the love, the special love, he held for us, ns
was evidenced by his loyalty to Dr, Crum and the Mis .issippi
Postmistress. But all these affairs should be given just and
imm tial consideration . lie did no more for tts than he would
have done for a German, Russian, a Turk or any other natu
?ilicfl American citizen clothed in official authority- He
would not have done olheiwise. He is a distinct type the
true americau type, of statesmen. Tho principles of govern
nient he pledges himself to carry into a living reality would
not allow him to act otherwise. We laud and praise him not
for the speciel love he has for the Negro Caucasian, Greek or
Swede, but for his slnct adherence to the irauuious ana prin
ciples of our Political Organism. That other class, that hopes
to use his actions iu aiding in the upholding of personal liber
ty to all classes of citizens, as a lever by which they hopeto in
jure his popularity, by arousing in the mind of the rabble and
irresponsible the idea that he is endeavoring to bring about so
cial equality, wijl find that the americaiis are not so ignorant
.as not to be able to ferret out the true status of things That
he is bold and courageous none dare deny; that he is right no
fair mind will dare gain-say; that he will succeed, we all believe
becav.se he is right and right must prevail in our land.
May the century bring forth others thru-out the earth, like
our present StatesmarrSoldier-Scholar-Piccidcnt Theodoro
iui'jib usvxmu nicy nivo grown up ia it.
Money giva a certain mlvuulnjto, but
to it must be joined punional powei, if
" " " prodato pejrtnirteiit and beniQ
A Ma ok Han'fj Wisdom.
The Chicago Ui:coDlUtiAWipeak darl'M8 Olivia.
A Card ofThanks.
We desire to thank tun ihauy,
friends lor their sympathy extend
ed us, i.nd tq Ms Miipiiola jack
son for kindness nd assistance dur.
ing the recent bereavement of oui
Board ami room, for four Weeks 8 00
Tuition - 20q
Uso of Inuiidry - ,,
Music, ltislrumxiital or Voeal for four
wool, two lossoiu per week ,10
Ouo teuton per week l.f.o
Uo of Instrument perrno!ith .
t'o of typewriter in Commotcinl de
piirtmont, per month ;,o
Uooms nro liahtod, heated, furmihi-.l
with beiUteaili, mntiroiis. ui-lows tw ,
qailts, mirror, bowl pitcher ud lnm.
Studonis furnihfofth?mslvO!, khnet
and pillow caaO-', .ita quilt anil bl-i;
iotfif slop bucket, l-mpchimnuvs, mnt
ohcii, Roup ote.
A reduction of 30c i-r month inmctf
I'toin tho tuition of uftndidJtc for tl..
Ministry, anil childtou of MiniPUrn.
All m-d po'blo in advanee
ft it oi ejplt eclwol inonih. Monev
-'!it - xpiiaw hmt!d be n.' ,
U'0. . to llio t'.o-idtnt of the (.',
bond by drnft, 1'. O. o uh-i-, ot, .
OTdor or rOftmered letter io-
(Ve. i, Iwt,
thus it the tnauy manly virlnoa of Hook'
er T. Wcislilnion
Hooker T. Wiuhinnton is known tho
lni;lh and breadth of thlc land ns one
o the ureatest leaders of the nefiro iace
Ho u more than this, howovur. Ho de
serves to be numburcd umonKlbe lis-uUm
of the entfro puople, white and black.
Ilia speech at Louisville, Ky., recently is
Could bettur advice and moro lellinir
reproof be combined in mote temperate
words than these which ho adduced to
descend to the level of tho mob". i
Therearowhitemenof pretensions to lend'
ership in every Mate of this Union who
must stand shamefaced before those words
Ho drew two lenson from tha recent
lynchloKS, one for the blacky, the other
for the whites.
To the blacke he said We would see
to it that no effort be gpraed to jmpruss
upou our own people that Idleunss and
crime must ccaie",
To die whites: ''Uotb In the maklui;
and in the execution thobamelawshould
be made to apply to the nejfr6 as to the
Tho first of the precepts will roquiroa
Jong and hard, hut by no moans hopolea
struggle, before its mm is reali.ed.
Tho secoud, n this land of theDcclar-
-Msr, Agnes Yoik and daui;hters.
Ihu tONsanvATOR asks God to
draw nearer, comfort and sttengtl
en their snddc-ned hearts.
liin:oln Hight 'wer m wreokNenr
The "Kiity Flyer," train No. 6 jump
ed the iraclt two nnlw soulh of Schull
City, Monday at Mt'Jo r jf, and cans.
ed (he injury of mi vend persona hut none
serioua. Amonc thoo injuri tl was 1,'u-
co'n HKhtower, Torter, of this city who
received n sprained ankle, and tho chair
cir porter received a broken wrist and n
severe cut on the head. Mr. Miditow
er is now in tho city rtoiiporatlni,'.
Tho 'wreck was caui-ed by tho hpread
rn(r of tho traok at that point
To Tho Farmorsof Missouri
Tlfe time approaches fur the sec
ond Annual Meetitigof Hie Farmers
Institute and we take this opportun
ity to rcinind the farmers, fanners'
wives and daughters, and the ofli
cers of the Convention of this com
Work and Self-help.
A number of students boarding iu the
Colle-jo aro pormited toeavu soiiiop; i
ot theii exponsos hv work in tho b...in
iiiK ov on the cvoundx. provided they
are wilL.ig and effieiont. Liberal payi
allowed lor nil work done.but employ
mont will not bo continued to those who
fail.to do their work Mitufaotorily. .Most
students earn iiithis way J'J.OOa'mont).
Komn earn larger amounts. Application
for work shou'd bo mado to tho 1'ren
dent iu ndvaneo of cominc
A hirtjo number of students find em
ployment in homos iu the city, sum,
oitnt to meet exp-nsos of board audi
tuition, Tho call for yoniijr ladies for
thesii positions is always greater tl. t
thottupply. Application for such em
ployment should bo mado iu advance
HiioukIi the President of the College.
As far us posaiblo o endeavor to-
safeguard those working in the uljv
but cannot bo fully responsible for these
ontHido the bulltlinc Only youtitr men
and women of established habMg and
character can be allowed this tirivilepo
ot out siilo residence.
In case of minor this tunv bo irrnn-
tetl only on tho written request ot uar-
cnts or guardian.