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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 17 June 1905

CHURCH DIRECTORY Scdalia Churches. SUNDAY SURVICHS. TAYLOR CHAPEL METHODIST CHURCH. Sunday School Preaching Class-meeting Epworth League Preaching Prayer Meeting Wednesday evin- ing of each week. Kkv It. Davis, Pastor. Residence 107 E, Cooper street 9J30 n. m. 11,00 a. in 5;oo p. m. 0,30 p. in. 7,'to p m. BURN'S CHAPEL, FREE BAPTIST CHURCH "aunuay bcnco - 10 a in Preaching First and Third bun day in each month, it a. in. and 7;3o p. m Prayer Meeting Tuesday night Covenant Meeting Wed. night Pews free and everybody made welcome Jcv E L) Burns, Pastor, Miss Lcla Jonos, Clerk PERSONAL. Supscrihc for the Conservator at once and keup in line. gcon of St Louis, visited his sis. tor, Mrs Catherine Harris last Sunday. Editor Huston viiitod JelTcrfon City, California and Ver.nils dur ing the week in the interest of his papor. Lit all attend the great lecture and program to be rendered at Taylor's Chapel, on the evening of Jtind the l'Jth. SUliSCRIttERS! TAKE & NOTICE A blno pencil lu til...

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. — 17 June 1905

mi W. (Corresponde ncc co ntinuqd.) $1 1? IP if it- ft. i. v City for the past year returned Lome lrst Saturday. Miller and KowJett Ice cream parlor and restaurant Managers rcoort a busy time, me kc turant and Cafe is a credit to the Citv and evcrv one should pay them their patronage. The rail at Shiloh Baptist Church was a sucessful one The amount raised is equal to $168.65 Rev Wilson is to be congratulat ed. Miss Cora Fields reported a pleasant visit with her aunt Mrs Robertson. She now returns to her home in Knob Noster Children's Day was of observed here Sunday, the program was rendered and was succssfully car ried out. Collection for the dav was $5.27 cents. MUSKOGEE Besides the ninety-five teach ers that lire attending Normal from different parts of the U S, a goodly number of visitors are in town. Uncle Sam say that the Tripnl Texas must be paid; so the busi ness men of Muskogee are at last "coming across. Mrs Emma Phinx has been very ill for the last several days. A grand re...

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. — 24 June 1905

Is.. ffeftttlk lUccliln m&txwtov. A J 'VOL. III. SKDALIA, MISSOURI. SATURDAY, JUNE 24, ioo.y NO. 7 I' MiTETTE TO HK HELD COUNTY COLORED T FAIR AUGUST 16, !7 a 18 CORRESPONDENCE DEPARTMENT Tlit only Negro hr in.'. -ting regularly West of th" Missis up pi river. An earnest effort ii be ing made to bring together the best products of Negro skill mid industry. TURKU HACKS PAH.Y The rar.es this year will excel encu his been given much consid eration liy thi' Association, UVKiTOfK MiU I'OlT.TltV Forty of the most progressive, and reliable Negroes of Lcxirse,: ton and Higginsville have sub- In the departments of livestock drilled to the guarantee fund and poultry some valuable prom- this J'ear- Wit" this reliable guur- unjB will lie awarded. Some of nwlce ,lic success of the fair is, the best breeds of swine, cattle nHS,1'ed. r and fowls in Central Missouri will Write for catalogue of by far thosu of former meetings, be placed on exhibition in these unis and program. prcmi- Four hundre...

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. — 24 June 1905

Sodalia Weokly Conservator uUlllMed oTery Saturday lnornlntr an entered at ScJalia'l'oit .Offlco ,ns too ond class matter. W. 11. Huston , i . Editor I'cr Ycnr (in advance) $1-W Six month lin ftilvnnco) t .00 Single Copy 05 CORKIJSl'OKUKNTS AND SuiSCKWHKS ILL Pl.KASJ! CoN SlDtCK THE FOLLOWING! Items, to be published, must be sent in not later than Wednesday unless it should be news of special interest. Then special deliver ies should bo sent. The management is anxious to handle all news that commends our racial efforts but, we most earnestly ask that such items reach us on time. Subscribers, will note the cross mark on page three that indicates the expiration of their subscription and immediately. Our expenses are great and unless our dclin q iients pay up it will work a hard ship on the management to meet outstanding bills. Pay up if you wish the continuance of this periodical. Pay up if you wish it stopped. Our policy is to pay1 our debts and we wish others to pay its what they ow...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Conservator
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 24 June 1905

CHURCH DIRECTORY Soda Ha Churches, Prof A H Harris has been se lected as principal of the Ver sailles School. Miss losctihinc Koas was chosen as his assistant for this year. SUNDAY St'.RVICUS TAYLOR CHAPEL METHODIST CHURCH. I D.1.AH ....... ... Tnunuay duiuui . u. w. Preaching "- - it.oo a. m Class-meeting - 5;oo p. m. Bpworth League - 0,30 p. in. Preaching - - 7.H0 p. m. Prayer Meeting Wednesday even ing of each week. Rev If. Davis, Pastor. Residence 107 12, Cooper street. Mrs Lon Jones, after a six u ecK's visit with Saline County neuus ami relatives, has. return- home. In health she lm. woun- crful improved. MissFloricnu Harnett of Occ- olo, a stupent of Geo R Smith College ha.s returned to our city to remain until the opening of the next scholastic year. BURN'S CHAPEL, FREE BAPTIST CHURCH Sunday scnco - 10 a n Preaching I-irst and Third Sun- dav in each month, it a. in. and 7;3o p. tn Prayer Meeting Tuesday night Covenant Meeting Wed. night Pews free and everybody made welcome R...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Conservator
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 24 June 1905

(Correspo ndencc continued.) The Royal Sons and Daugb. tcrs of Douglas bad their annual sermon preached at the 2nd Bap Churcb last Sunday June 11, by Rev Harkcn Smith of Independ ance. The Society is advancing rapidly. They arc now preparing for their grand convention, which will be held at Fayette July 5th the Collection was for that day. Mrs J A Callawarg, son and daughter of Spring Field were the guest of Misa Nellie M Crucc, They departed for K C where they will visit relatives a few weeks. MissBcttic Talcoinc of Mar shall is visiting her cousin Mrs C C Harris. Mrs K K Hucherson is on the sik list at this writing. Rev Sturcd of Lawarcncc Kanr sas is in our city this week. Miss Alice Crucc ie the guest of her iiiother this week. The St James M E Church held Children's Day last.Sunday evening. A splendid program was rendered, Mrs J W Patton, Miss K 13 Dunning are to be com--mended for tneir good training and work that was shown on that evening. Rev J W Patton and son Karl attended...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Conservator
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 1 July 1905

sum',. 5 TT'.VT v it ?a i i SSKDAL1A.S VOL. in. 4 mmu' m mr -it.. , $1 LnlraOtMi. ? U 3 FAIR S SEDALIA, MISSOURI. SATURDAY JULY 1, 1905- Prepare to 3 nlttiiil. UIHIIll lis TO 'BE HELD AT Wv HI tK Ml H H a.fl HVt M K I'll lI ! M M Hi IW H W- .H HI Hi HI H H IH 1 1 I ,W M W IH U Hi '. HI KL1 HI PK. 11 HI H3 Hi Irf MM IT.'JT HI Hi H Hi K HE VI HM MHU l.TI T IMJ U4 M W P ww NO. 8 COUNTY COLORED FAIR AUGUST 16, 17 a 18 Tliu only Negro fair meeting ence Ins been given much consul regularly West of Hi" Missis up- eratton by the Association. pi riv-jr. An earnest eltort is ne- uvkstdck and iwukv Ing made to bring together the In Ul0 .icpartmcnt,, of livestock best products of Negro skill ami nnA poultry home valuable prem indnstry. lums will be awarded. Some of TiiKHi! hacks daily the bust breeds of swine, cattle The races this year will excel anil fowls in Central Missouri will by far those of former meetings, be placed 011 exhibition in these urns and program. Four hundred dollars will be...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Conservator
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 1 July 1905

Mk " - - flu"1" iioonxj VW ! fc- I F 3 J, . iublih)d every Saturday mortilm? an ntornd at Sedalia Post OlBco ni soo nd claas tiifttlor. o W. H. Huston., Edit j r Tor Year (in advance) , 91-00 Six months (inadvuuco) , , 60 tJinptlo Copy, .,............ 05 LaVAvhtth County Colorkd Fatk Cataloguks ani Pkogkaks Out. Our desk is covered with many copies of the LaFayctto County Colored Fair Catalogues and programs. It is a neatly gotten up booklet setting plans, preiniumslists, names of gentlemen guarantee ing its success, daily program and other data that will interest the progressive Negro. The association will give $15, 000 in premiums and prizc3. AH Negroes of central Missouri should feel as lively in terest in this movement to bring together the products of our best efforts. If you have doubt as to the Rood that is being accomplished by this association, tike one day off, during the month of August and com e to its meeting. Once there, you will be sufficiently convinced. Watch the co...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Conservator
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 1 July 1905

'SC. I I " .. da-. CHURCH DIRECTORY Scdalia Churches. 5UNDAV SERVICES, TAYLOR CHAPEL METHODIST CHURCH. '.Sunday School . 9530 a. m. Preaching - it,oo a. m Class-meeting - 5joo p. m, "Epworth League - 6,30 p. m. Preaching - - 7,.'Io p. m. Prayer Meeting Wednesday even ting of each week. KeV It. Davis, Pastor. Residsnce 107 E. Cooper street. W II Clinc, has the option on the Katv Fourth of August excur sions. During the week, he visited several cities in North Missouri pushing his interest. Miss Emogen Hogan. of Otter- ville, arrived in our city Tuesday after noon, to otiiov .1 Urinf v?5t with her sister Mrs C W Whitr. f North Osage Avenue. (BURN'S CHAPEL, FREE BAPTIST CHURCH 'Sunday Schcol - 10 a in Preaching First and Third bun day in each month, 1 1 a. ni. and 7;3o 0. m Prayer Meeting Tuesday night Covenant Meeting Wed. night Pews free and everybody made welcome Hev E D Hums, Pastor, Miss Lcja Jones, Clerk Prof A II Oravcttc, of Smith- ton, was a visitor in our city Mon- ay ana Tue...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Conservator
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 1 July 1905

t.Cqr icipondcncc contiriti qtl.J BLACKBURN .Ha! Mtfflk iti "'"Mil lead! h in A t Car ' IJ rcii s.ilj cr. rr Cal Till - dfl ' Jc 1 i "ST . The Blackburn Lodge, No 12'J A F and A M held their Annual Installation Saturday evening' June 24,. There, was quite a large atiendenee. Messrs Ally Baker, Robert Stewart, anu 5am rat of Waverly Lodge assisted in the Installation hero Saturday night. Rev J T White of Sweet Springs preached litre Sunday morning and evening. Mrs Annie Frazicr, Mrs Saddle Stewart, and F M Jackson sncnt Saturday in Marshall. Messrs Thomas Rhodes, and George Wilson accompanied Missies Jennie and Eliza Miles home Sunday evening. Edward Combs is on the sick-list. Brent Tibbs wns in Mar shall Friday on business. Mace Guthrie was in Iliggins- ville Saturday on business. Rev E D Burns of Sedalia at tended the Installation hdre Sat urday nignt, he left on the early tram bunday morning fcr Kansas i;ity, to Hold services. John Brooks, and Joseph Brent ot bwcet bpnngs were hor...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Conservator
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 8 July 1905

hi. . : ilk. r ft. Ife 1" tl FOURTH fe a AUGUST I Celebration si at h SI5DAUA. 1 8tMw tUcclil n Conserwtor. La Fayette $ 3 Co. Colored 3 FAIR Aug., 16-18. Prepare to v? VOL. III. TO BE HELD AT 'SEDALIA, MISSOURI. SATURDAY, J U LY "7 j5T 3 attend. 1 NO., 8 COUNTY COLORED Tlic only Negro fa'r meeting regularly West ot the Mississip pi river. An earnest effort is be ing made to bring together the ence 1ns been given much consid eration by the Association. UVKSIOCK AND l'Ol'M'KY In the departments of livestock FAIR AUGUST 16, 17 18 Forty of the most progressive and reliable Negroes of Lexing ton and Higginsvillo have sub scribed to the guarantee fund this year. With this reliable guar antee, the success of the fair is assured, best products of Acgro .sum aim nn(1 J)0Uit,.y somc valuable prcm- industry. :unls will be awarded. Sonic of TfiKHH hacks DAILY the bust breeds of swine, cattle The races this year will excel and fowls in Central Missouri will by far those of former meetings, be p...

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. — 8 July 1905

Sedalia "Weokly Conservator- Publibsod every Gatnrdny morning an entered at Bodnlia l'ot Office as sue oud class matter. W. H, Huston , Editor, lor Year (hi niUnuco) .51.00 8Ix moDths (in mlvanco) .60 Hiiifclo Copy. 05 THE VOICE -rs It's The CoiscrvaJor. By ARTIE B. HARRIS, Warrcusburg, Mo. U a paper you should read, Because it toll Ncgroe's deeds. It tells the goad thing of the raci, Just to suit a reader's taste. It's a dollar and no more The Sedalia Conservator. .It is the best beats all the rest, Every Saturday it is pressed. All its readers arc glad, To say, "It's the best we've ever had." Always welcome it to your door, The Sedalia Weekly Conservator. Subscribe today, and be in line To keep abreast of living time, Be assured that you'll not regret The dollar that the paper met You will be sorry forevermore, 1 1 you fail to subscribe fir the Conservator. CD : an CD When to Sedalia you should go, CJJ Call on the Kditor just so. lie will obey your lat behest, "7D While you sit an...

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. — 8 July 1905

v.'- fV tic CHURCH DIRECTORY Scdalia Churches. SUNDAY SIJRVICtJS. TAYLOR CHAPEL METHODIST CHURCH. Sunday School 9130 a. m. preaching - - it, 00 a. in Class-tncetint; - 5,00 p. 111. Ivpworth League - 6,30 p. ni. Prcaeliing - 7,3o p. in. Prayer Meeting Wednesday even ing 01 clcli week. Rev R. Davis, Pastor. Resilience 107 I. Cooper street. BURN'S CHAPEL, FREE BAPTIST CHURCH Sunday School - to a in Preaching First and Third Sun day in each month, 1 1 a. ni. and 7i3o p. in Prayer Meeting Tuesday night Covenant Meeting Wed. night Pews free and everybody made welcome Rev II D liurns, Pastor, Miss Lela Jones, Clerk PERSONAL. SVllSClllBERS! TAKE '& jvorwn .,., ....ll , 'P f in till paeeftf I rft tf9 cfllnuVatoj that your aubai-rlpllon ty ijpat duo. 1'joftno pmlt t "rue tof ortbu ulllceniid obllgp, "eft V, 11. Ul'STON, Kditor and l'ulillaber. daughter, Lucile Wright, will dc part for Chicago in the very near lulu re. where thev will spend ficveral weeks with Mrs Carrie Cotton, Mrs Dixon'...

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. — 8 July 1905

Correspondence continued.) If r UNION HILL. Rev II Green of Marshall was tooccMrs George Mills, the first of the week, who in very ill. Meadames Ernest White and A M Van Buren, was shopping in Arrow Kock last Saturday, McssrsGrovcsand AgnesThom as, of Gilliam, was in our midst lor a short while Thursday and called to sec Mrs Mills. Harry White, Ellis Piper and wives, were shopping in Slater GeorgcConway.mil Bhhur Har ris went to S'atcr I'riday. Dr Lawless, ot Napton, was called in Consultation, with Dr Howard last Monday to see Mrs George Mills. The prospects for a good yield of corn iu very flattering in this locality. Arrow Kock will beaccomodal cd after July 15th with free deliv cry. Ernest Gails, of Bunccton, is shaking hands with friends here this week, Mrs "Welton Stewart of Napton was here last Friday and Sat Hi nt the bed side of Mrs Mills. Jamci. Ellis left for K C Safv HOMES FOR. SALE Houses and Lots for Sale" at Cheap Prices at Iliggins ville, Missouri. Fcr thirty days, a...

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. — 15 July 1905

of t AtJOUST 2 Celebration . S at e ' 3 SBDALIA. g r VOL. III. SEDALIA, MISSOURI, SATURDAY JULY 15, "1905- I LaFnyettc 3 Co. Colored FAIR I Prepare to 3 attend, NO. 9 L-PIYETTE HlilVlLLE COUNTY COLORED T FAIR AUGUST 16, 17 18 premi- Tlit only Negro fair meeting ence his been given nuuli consid- Forty of the most progressive regularly '.Vest of the Missis sip- cration by the Association, and reliable Negroes of Lcxing- pi river. An earnest effort is be- uviosiofK And i-oii.tuy ton and Higginsvillc have sub- ing made to bring together the In the departments of livestock scribci1 to the guarantee fund best products of Negro skill and and poultry some valuable prcm- t'''S year. With this reliable guar-industry- iums will be awarded. Some of n"tuu l"c success of the fair is THKr.n hacks DAILY the best breeds of swine, cattle assu"ed. Tlicra-.es this year will excel and fowls in Central Missouri will liv far those of former meetings, be placed on exhibition in these Four hundred dollars w...

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. — 15 July 1905

Scdalia Weekly Conservator. v. u, Huston , Editor- Vubliuscd cvory Saturday mornini' m I'cr Year (in iidvnnco) J1.00 ntored fit SodallaPost-offioo na Beo Six months (In ndvntico) , .80 end class miittor. HipRlo Copy 03 AARON W. LLOYD, grand chanchu.or. Grand Chancellor, A. W. Lloyd ol the Missouri Knights of Pythias hits done more than any other man to make this order one of the best Fraternal Negro organizations in the West. 13y his un tiring energy and zealous confidence in the business ability of the society, he has inspired his followers to great efforts that have brought forth great results. The Grand Lodge at Macon can make but otic sensible choice for Grand Chancellor and that is the selection of Aaron Y. Lloyd for his own successor. Buuncss negoti ations now pending, the Phenominal growth of th e order the invigorative and effective influence it is wielding ;md as a just reward for work already done dictate the re election of Lloyd. t OUR VISIT TO ST. LOUIS. Monday in compan...

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. — 15 July 1905

CHURCH DIRECTORY Attend the U B F inatalation on the 20th; the masonic turn out on the aSth and the Fourtn of August also. Sedalia Churches. SUNDAY SIJfiVlCRS TAYLOR CHAPEL METHODIST CHURCH. .Sunday Bchtiol 9)30 n. m. Preaching - - it, 00 a. in Class-meeting - 5:00 p. in. Epworth League - C30 p. n. Preaching - - 7.3o p. m. Prayer Meeting Wednesday even ing of each week. Rkv 1. Davis, Pastor. Residence 107 E. Cooper street. Mrs Susan J Laync, after a :gthly visit in Honston and other Texas cities, returned to her home Saturday. Mrs Arris Abbott has been quite ill with a slight attack of fever. Wc arc glad to state tha she is now convalescing-. BURN'S CHAPEL, FREE BAPTIST CHURCH Sunday School - 10 a m Preaching Fust and Third Sun day in each month, 1 1 a. 111. and 7;3o p. m Prayer Meeting Tuesday night Covenant Meeting Wed. night Pews free and everybody made welcome Rev 12 D Burns, Pastor, Miss Lela Jones, Clerk Clifton Perry, thecarterer, took day oil anil went Ecst last Wed nciiday ...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Conservator
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 15 July 1905

I -fiTinr rill dal -cil 58 4 HOMES FOR SALE Houses and Lots for Sale at Cheap Prices at HiBgins villc, Missouri. i """" Fcr thirty days, after July 8th I will offer the following describ c4 properties at the subjoined bargain prices:- Four room house, on two lots 50 by 2S, smokehouse, coal bin. hen house, good cistern, cellar, and all kinds of frutts. The build ing has been recently repaired. Sale price, $700. One four room house, in , good condition, on lot SO by 125, with good well and all necessary out buildings. Bargain price, $400. A commodious five room house as good as new, on two lots SO by ISO, with all necessary out-houscs situated witnin one half block of the principal business streets of the city. A great bargain, $1700. One lot, 18 by ISO, and 3 room house. Bedrock price, $200. A five room cottage, in excel lent condition, on a lot SO by ISO, with outbuilding and splendid or chard. Must goat once for $425- Two level lots. SO by ISO, each nicely located. At once for $160...

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. — 22 July 1905

IS 'A I 'ft; at, m J? 4 m ASKS? I AUGUST Celebration VOL. III. SEDALIA, MISSOURI, SATURDAY J ILY 22, Tqoj g LaFaycttc 5 Cd. Colored & FAIR Prepare lo I attend. NO. to mm m m m ws sn u m HlMllVi TO 1K HKLD AT COUNTY COLORED I 1 II FAIR AUGUST 16, 17 a 18 This only Negro Lir meeting rcirularly West of tho Missmip- j)j river. An earnest effort is be ing made to bring together the . ....... ..r .. .1.111 1 Forty of the most progressive and reliable Negroes of Losing ton and Iligginsville have sub scribed to the guarantee fund' encc Ins been given miKh consid eration by the Association. r. i vi 'si ock and rot i.tkv In the ilrn.-irt mrnl- nf 1!vrlnrl.- best products of Negro sliU and nml 0ultry some valuable nrem- t,,is ycar' With this reliable guar industry. :ums wjjl ou awarded. Some of nntcc ,Ilu success 0r the fair is thruk KACiw daily the best breeds of swine, ' cattle BB,,rel. The faces this year will excel and fowls in Central Missouri will Wtite for catalogue of prcmi- bv far...

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. — 22 July 1905

Sedalia Weekly Conservator VV H. Huston. , . , Editor i'ubtllidcd every Saturday niornim? (in I'or Year (in oiUarico) ....... $1.00 watered at SodallaPoiit-ofllcd as Kco 8tx months (inadvanco) ....... .80 oiiil class matter. Singli Copj'. . 03 AAKO.N VV. LLuYD,. uu.vd giiANCittXOK. Grand Chancellor, A. W. Lloyd of the Missouri Kmnlits of Pythias lias done more than any other man to make this order onaof thebest Fraternal Negro orgnnteations in Die West. liy h'.s untiring energy and zealous confidence in the business ability of the society, he has inspired his followers to groat efforts that have brought forth great rami Its. The Grand Lodge at Macon can make but one sensible choice for Grand Chancellor and that is the selection of Aaron W. Lloyd for his own (successor. Huiincss negoti alums now pending, the Phcnomiiial growth of the order the invigorative and effective influence it is wielding and as a just reward for work already done dictate the re election of Lloyd. : 41 1 THE VO...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Conservator
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