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SEDALIA, MO., MONDAY, MARCH 2, 1908.
i r .i
a a i i . in
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-
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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 admi -ted
violation of the te'leml cu 1 1 -tntion.
ami who lii supinely in
dorsed in toto the lmitl and au
tocratic discharge of Ooloied sol
diers with out trl&l lv exctitivo
decree, vmi as on? if - i'Ihss which
almost from nccsMtj l s for two
general .n-5 bv its so'id support
nnd with a lovalty that sacrifices
friends the chance to make terms
with the enemy and even life itself
kept the Republican party hi most
continuously in power, but one
Prof. P. M. Cason.
IISWOKK AT ARMSTRONG
ORE TLY APPRECSAT
)-w 15Y THK CITI
ZENS T.KNKK' xL
LY -A iHioO
who is free from partv obligation
are invited to a N,itional Confer
ence of Colored m-n, and of avow
ed triends to be held in th". citv of
PhihdelphU, P.. April 7, l-JOS.i
to counsel together as 10 the wis--
r ) Saut
Atntiica. The open alliance.
tweeu th President ane the null-
tiers of the Con-tHiition in the
South constitutes the most fla
grant collusion betwern a Kepuo.
- licanjjwsidcnt and the Southern
DemociatH since the emancipa
tion of the .American slaves 45
years agfo to dax, rave tn'the case
of Adi.cwsJohn8on at the close
of theCi'vai War or of Rutherlord
' 'jEft'' Hayes a the ch)e. of the r
copstmctioii. But iVhas remain-
ed f'r the present chief executive
ol the United St:te to preset ibe
in official do:nnients an iiiferior
grade of education for one cla s
of citizens and to thus officiallv
brand that class as concealers ol
criminals and as rapists, Wlii e
the defaming and d'schaTRinir in 'is course to turpiirsued ooliticial
citizens of these United "States.of ilijfruce of more tnan r. hn.uUe.l I b1 by the colored citizen ot tl.e
1, Uoldiers, all Colorcil, without . rintry, especially tr.ose unroit-
!.? - 1 T . , 1 .1 .ti. I
1 riai or cnance 10 oe nearii in , p.i ut lite Dailot who arc wining;
I :hfir own defence i a denial of 0 use this weapon for the rights
j ju-tic and constitnional rigiits vis j anl lib-irtic of th-lr o!as, under
lied upoi Colored ciluens unnr--j ilc present abnormal condition
cedented ',n our country's history .of alTaiis.
he placing of the nation's sane- This conferance will have
tion upon the segregation of cm- J special refercne to what demands
zeis foa and because of .color in 1 shall be made ol political parties
public travel but complete the
federal maltreatment f the Col.
ored citizens under the present
Republican administration, leav
ing him tripped of rigbts, brand
Established in May 1903
Don't (Fail to Remember That The
VV.. HI. :H'US1'()N.
Is a 'Constant Advocate of
Kditor and Publisher.
as to the national platform and
most prticularlv to wht candi
dates for the presiamtial nomm-
Tho D-itisla-s Publ-v- o!
of Ann-tr.'iv.r Mo. tinder the cm
taincy f'f Vi. P. Martin Casbn
i-nar-:sg the close ol the best
work i" its hiiorx; ur.thr
hi prores-MW leadership it has
steadily grown in efficiency until
it rauks among th- bent i 1 Mate.
So thoroughly has ho imbued the
p.tron with the idea of main
taining ih: s-chocl, and the im
p jrianco ot e luc umg their child
ren that we can h'ia-t ol a com
raumtv where every boy girl 01
schcol age is taking advant-isje ol
this gret opportunity. Who can
surpass or evun cut l this stand
ard? Undertlie dauntless leader
ship and tireltss efforts ol Prof.
Casoii the sciiool has arisen from
the uldfashior "d one room a com.
modiaus and well arranged three
room school building, two of
which aio used for teaching. His
lirst assistant was one of his
graditate'.in the peron of Miss
Ethel Hurt, now Mrs. Henry
Yanc; she made sn excellent
teacher and contribute! much
toward the advancement of the
ot the 'Negro voters. Pleasscome
prepared to make a stand for
equal rights and for constit-.tioia)
liberty for all in these United
States without regard to race,
color or creed.
President of Afro-Ameican Conn-
WILLIAM II. SCOTT.
President of the snflrajje League
of Boston and vicioit . .
WILLIAM M. TROTTER.
President cf trie Saw England
Constitution and Suffrage League
Boston, Mrss., Jan. 1, lyllS.
.,1 M vla ..fiy fw tbre -vurs. Tiw pje;
Progress, Intelligence, Industry,
ILace Pride and Ag
gressiveness. 1908. For ihe Year, 1908.
We0taill have Contributions from some of the Lead
i R Keignoes of this wtate. Subjects that interest Ihe
Public Mind will be connewativnly treated.
On account ol the great increase in the cost
of the production of . .1 Nevfsy Race Paper, such as
Ihe COS.jERVATOR, the subscription prices
for the vear 1)08 be a follows:
' One Yer, $1.50
Six Months, $1.00
Three Months. s $.65
Subscrip ions are lwys Payililn in Advance.
Lei Yomt News Come to Us.
Believing a Newspaper to Uu a Medium for the Reflection of Public
' Tlionghti the Management of this Publication has. decided
to grant spies to anv nn desiring to le he-rd upon
Public Piopo.t;onf; provided, each con-
tnbutor. allows is name to be us- '
. v l. The right is reserved
v " tf n-j-ct ohject-
i o n b I e
iS'f&taiiii'i(Vd"'bt MaxiUNB.' . V'': 1 EWITli Majr 1W,
Good Words for the Neighbors.
Colorado Springs, Col.--February
To whom it may concern:
This is to certify
that I am personally acquainted
ent at-sistantwas a Mis Luc rot ia
Kruthers a graduate from ib
Normal Dept. of the Geo. R.
Smith College. Sedalia Mo..
but since Oct. 23rd. she has been
Mr, f. m. Lason Having mar
ried the Prof, since assuming the
position. As a teacher it goes
without saying thai she is well
likvd and has won the hearts 01
all even to the principal and he
not hesuatc to aifsrm tint hois
well pleased with his ussUlant.
Not only is the Prof.so.- a pi
tent factor in the community as
a secular educator, but eqnalh'o
in religious circhs; he is a t;r
less worker in the various depin.
ments of the church, the suinlav
! school being his lorte; It is a
rare mat 10 s-it under his sane
mst ructions- His Bible. css is
nothing- les than a practial Yhi
ologij jl Institute to which old and
young are eager to throng overv
Sunday morning. ' The Professor
is idely known, bavins tiavelltd
with Mr. Ira G. Harris, who h I extensively, snd attended omc of
now President of the Neighbors.
o' the Hcartstoue and have car-
iried insurance with hint for sev
eral years I have not only
drawn benefits myself .from Mr.
Harris but 1 have sen his treat
ment of his members and it has
rteeu unitormly satisfactory.
I am a member of the Neigh
bors myself and feel sure that
anyone wishing to carry a sick,
accident, and death benefit will
make no mistake in taking out
with the Neighbors
(Signed) Rev. H. South, Pastoi.
People's M. E. Church.
425 N . Royer St.,
Hon. John H. BoiKwcll.
sedali.vs k-:;'ke-.., ..riVE TO
A L RCP'BLIC A N CON V EN 110 N.
ILLINOIS. NT.NT jL'NE.
Oh! Why Should Tha Spirit of Mortal Be Proud?
A fine seven room bouse, nice
ly located at 303 West Morgan
Street, Sedalia, Missouri. See'Dr.
j. M. Harris, 116 West Main
Stree, Sedalia, MiV'soun. Or, ad
dreas Rev. W. J. UeBoe, Box 502
the leading assemblages of the
land especially those among his
own race. He is an ardent lover
o! literature, and is the,possesor
of a line librm of weli selected
volumes: aha he h.-.s built up a
moi valuable one the school.
He is a writer ol no moan a!nit v
and has served as repyrter lr
some of the motit prominent ga
therings m and out of tlir state.
He stands high w'nh the boani ol
ddticaiion as ,is shown by their
readiness to ass-ist li'in in any un
duitakmg for the elcv.iiiaa of the
school. Th gradtuting class
this ear which conMsts ol 5 girls
nil 4 ba)t is the ldrgesi it, the
hUtory rt the school; coining as
they do from some of the repre
sentative families of the commun
ity, they alitady possess many
tiaite of womanly and manly bea
ing, showing how faithfully their
jnstructor has worked in shaping
their lives for usefulness in the
world. May his fife be spared
many more years to engage in
the gr;at work of upl hing the
' H. T. REEVES.
"Oh! why hiiu!. ilu- "Hiirtt of murtid bp proud?"
.. ..:.tc . ?ifiJ!eitn,mvtw.i' a .w.ljrinp cloud,
A f!ah of t!u Hs!itmn?. a lire-ik f tiie u'avf ,
llcpasjrtli frmii lit- to r.'.-t in t tie (?ravc.
The lavw of the oak si'iil the wlllnw 'ial!
He ju'stu-reii atomi'l ami tu;etliT bo laid:
And the yiitinc :nd old. ibi low anil fli hiirJi.
Shall iiionldor l d.:t. -ind toi'Mli-.T !uitl lit.
The infant, a mntlii'r aUended o.d lovivl.
TI10 1 It tlint infant'" atT.'i'tin'i whu nn"l.
Tin" htudisnd. tl.nt inntlir siiui infant who llpiH'il
l'scli, sill :,ro away tn tluir l'cl!iir of rrst.
Tlie maid, mi wlio- rlu- k. f lnf. lrow. ir wliose ee,
Sliowu I'l'a'.ity and ! ir. !ipr triumphs are by;
And iIip :nt tinny of ;!in-' w'i !.v.i her aud praised.
Ate alik'! from th" ai:iu! ;' 'lie living eroseil.
The hand of tl.o kitiK. tiiat :h .("p-rc li-itb borne ,
The hro r of tin- ir:i th.it tin' mitre liatli worn,
Tl rye m" the aei' a: .1 tin- ln' i-t of the brave, "
Are !n !-.ir:. ii.t It; d..';:'i of the gravo
The peaat:t. uh.e lot wa to ..w and to rea,
The hi'f lfiti'iti. h!hi I'lituli1!'! with ItV :; it. up tii itL'.'ii,
The bresar ' o wiii.h til in search of his bread.
llae T;-.'! ! :. .iy ilko t!ie gjj t'r.: wet tread.
Tl sr.i: . v 1 o rt .'1 vol tho coii!ntin!i in hcavrn.
T! i: r .' ! o dared to remain ist'fo-sivp-n.
Tl.o"!f' a: 1 'i.r'ouli-l', t"o cuiltv at:d jnct,
Have .ji.luly mingled their holies in t tie du.t.
?o the ni'ti'ituile ci'i's- liki'tln' llmver or the v.eod.
That witlii r to let others oieivod;
So t!:e muitituiic 'tins . veil thoe wo liehot.l: '
To repeat iirv t .!. t'.i.u !.. often been tot I:
I'or we are th '.r.111" ':r '.ii'i'ri ' .no been;
We si- the -ufii' -".'.l our f'lther Ii iw v;:r,
W'c c'rink t!''1 a:iie ''-I'tin. we vie-v t'ie sn, sun.
At.il r::i the t.mie eoure o tr father !uvo run.
The t'nvi:!i' wr sr.1 thinldiii: our father would think:
from the dr.ith we an "hrinkinj; our fathers would shtiij.
T.i the life we are eli'iirmi:. th"y also would cliiiB
Put It ,-H'd from u all like a bird on the wing.
They loved hut tlo- -tory wo ea-inot unfold.
They ". :."'!- I:n the h"urt ,i the haughty ieold,
They rrh'Vi.vi but no v. a!l fro n t'.i.'ir sIuuUjct- witl uoinL1,
Thiv ;iyui- l.ut their toii '. ie of Ithjir rndties is dumt.
They ili.-.l -:ve they ilied un-t we thitit- that are now,
Th.it ;.!(: mi 1'ie turf that I'm- o'er their brow;
Ami make if. their t v vili'i'i a tiaai.ent. abode,
Sleit.tt e thi"'!- that thi'j met oa their pilr-ram ;( ro'iil.-
Yea! ht?:n I dip nidoney, pliMitr? and pain.
Are mi'iii-1 t.s-t! r in sunsliiue and rain,
And the n'.U- an I th- tear, the song and the dirge.
Still fallow eac.i other; like surge upon sure
'Tis tlm wink m' an i'.ve -'tis the draught of ftbretth:
I'ncu th- boa 1 u of heilth to the paleno Of' death,
I'rotti Urn cilded t-lmti to. the bier and thv.afaroud:
Uh! why should the spirit of- mortal bt proud?
The above lines were Abraham. Lincoln's. faTfiritc
sfe 1. A'S. wttv. ' t,: