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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 1 October 1906

T?raroBCBoiirr. wi- - church 11 1 ;-ffv j jSAf Names of Stibo'rdintta Gotilrts, of tKdef of Calantbci Their .LodaMon,' Place add Data Meeting, Exec-, tie Officers;' etc, Sabjectmannoai .and Grand CoortChitages: t - m. -- ' KANSAS lTY COURTS . ! ' Ail- Meet at the Vendome A-. cademy; 1734 Grind Ave PRODBNCt NO. 166. ' Ueeta each 2nd and 4th Friday afternoon of. each month at 2:30 i o'clock. Mr. Mary D Marshall, , ,Wtkt councillor: Mrs. S M3)ib iv' vW;orderof deeds. , PROGRESS NO. 5. Meets exch 1st and 3rd Friday afternoon of each month at 3:30 o'clock. Mrs. LHyv Johnson, 'worthy couuctllor; Mrs. , R H Browning1, recorder of 'deeds. ORIENT At NO. 10. Meets each 2nd and 4th Thurs day afternoon of each month at 2:30 o'clock. Mrs. Doljie Yates, worthy councillor; Mrs. Lulu Edwards, recorder of deeds. warns osk no. 17. i Meets each 1st and 3d Thurday . afternoons of each month at 2:30. Mrs NorenaWear, worthy coun cillor, Mrs. Pinkcy Green, re corder of deeds. MASCOT (C0URT NO 132 Ardmore,...

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. — 1 October 1906

W n PYTHIAN LODGE DIRECTORY- fcamcs o Lodges, Their Location, Dates and Places of Hoi ding their Monthly Meetings, the Names of Their Executive Officers, Subject to Semiannual and Grand Lodge Changes. ALL SI. Louis Lodges. MEET AT I'YTUI.VN TEMrLn3t37 HNli STKl'.UT. cbanceVUt 8 ofdock, , J eMi . Angle wllor commud,r: Ldman aetl. keeper of records and,eai. OVftflKflHaVW a a ijv'j) BBB:'.,TBBBBa L-rc t.BBBBB,r,.'-r.? n'.,'ji(,"V' uyFi.m. "at",. m .lT' c.m tbb tion' ot. PVthWna andcUltiiV V'wM o'clock. A L. Spencer. lor commander, Morris I keeper of records and ANCHOR LOOOK NO. Cane Girardeau. Mo. I Meets On ' the first and- third Meeta 1st and 3d. Thursday iTuesday nights . in "the Odd Pel evenings ot each months at 8i"",oua"v . o'clock. George Walls, chancel- reeo, cnancuor commanaer; i lor-commandeer, A M Oliver, iAiwssrePeroi rectus b. Q0LDIN RULE NO. 61 Meets on the second and fourth keeper of records and seal. COTTONWOOD LODGE NO 37. Cottonwood Point, Mo. ' Meets 2d and 4th Tuesd...

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. — 8 October 1906

SSMaCSSaRHEraQSSfi 'SSBXSBBBBjKIBs SEDALIA, MO.; OWDAY OCTOBER.. roo6T -BUY YOUR .1 OVES- NOW. Blair's Will Sell Cheap er than Anybody. WHY? Because He Buys and Sells- More Stoves ttikiy any Two Stores in the City. . RALPH BLAIR, 116 OSAGE STREET. X ) THIS IS SUCCESS The People's Bank of Hattics- burg, owned and conducted by 'colored, people has just held its annual meeting of stockholders -and a most satisfactory state ment of conditions is made by the directors. Tbe bank has handled -$23,679;4S during: the year, and has actually made on tbe capital , stock paid in 11,291 or 221-2 per centonevciy dollar for its stock holders. The board' authorized a . 10 per cent dividend to be paW to tne stocKholders, 10 per cent to.be placed in the permanent surplus fund and 21-2 per cent leit as un divided profits. The saving's de partmcnt of the bank makes a par ticdlarlv pood shovrinn. All ihe old officials were reelected and C. Q. Williams was added to the di rectorate. Mobile (Ala.) Press. 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. — 8 October 1906

I'Sv-v , 'i ! I Sedalia Weekly Conservator, W. H. HUSTON, Editor Publisher. 1,1 .parrf" -iimsis:f -K -. 4 ''v. Ml' BM' ' 'n Published every Monday morning1 and entered at the Seda lia Post Office as Scccnd Class matter. SUBSCRIPTION PRICES. One Year, 52 Consecutive Copies, $2.00. Six Months, 26 Consecutive Copies, $1.25. The Negro's Greatest Need Is Loyal Friends. Negroes of Pettis county and of everywhere need friends who will fivc him credit for his efforts to elevate himself. When he finds such friends, he should be man enough to stick i.ith them, permit ting no amount of partisan silliness to play him as a tool or a fool. Friendship between man and man is not a product of political cultt're but the result of social affinity and business affiliation. Some republicans are good friends to the ambitious, energetic and intelli gent noun) but all of the negro's friends are not republicans by any means. Many nvgroes of tliis county have strongand lasting ties of honorable nna helpful f...

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 October 1906

s ., tt-iJwSI .-1 .v jjgjgft , i ? Sanies of Subordinate, Gpurt7ofKe (frder of ; Calanthc,; ifel v' " Their Location, lace ind 'DWMeetin Exec- , HgM' .v. titive Officers, etc, Subject to Semi-annual ' Jw&V ' 7 ,;7 7. " C KANSAS CITY COURTS' All. Meet at the Vendome A cademy, 1734 Grand Ave. ' 3S& . " Si ' lRUDBWiE NO. 166. Meets each 2nd and 4th Friday afternoon of each month 'at 2:30 'clock. Mrs. Mary D' Marshall, worthy councillor; Mrs. S M Dib ble, recorder of deeds. . , PK0CRICS3 NO. 5. , '.jV;iMnilliwo ,iai uuu im riiuny wM.V.'-iiUV M T.ilt, lnhnann. wM$?""ti Councillor; Mrs. R H ORIENTAL NO. 10. Meets each 2nd and 4th Thurs day' afternoon of each month ' at 2:30 o'clock. Mrs. Dollie Yates, worthy councillor; Mrs.' Lulu Edward, recorder of deeds. WHITE ROSE NO. 17. Meets eacb 1st and 3d Thurday. afternoons of each month at 2:30. Mrs MorcnaWest, worthy coun. oillor, Mrs. Pinkey Green, re corder of deeds. MASCOT COURT NO 132 Ardmore, Mo., Meets on tbefirst and third Tuesd...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Conservator
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 8 October 1906

wrist's-" "9 'At A' PYTHIAN LODGE DIRECTORY Hames o Lodges, Their Location, Dates dine their onthly Meetings, the Names Executive Officers, Subject to Semiannual and Grand Lodge Changes. ' keener of record's and nam!.'. "V kee&Vre&rfe and Places of Hoi Uenimrs of Web' montti-W. ahoWatoalUk Vo'clock. FiWfoV'rB of Their . o'clock. Geonre Will-:. Cnnct. Greeochaucllor otamahder;,G , '&rSVfirr m''rrimiVm'ttsmm church .wkst Wraaii " 2 jfsSs1 J cm From St Louis and Kansas City St. Louis Lodges. .SLL MEIW AT PYTHIAN TKMPLn3l37 TINIi STRKliT. Georo-e Wills. cnanceU lor, commandeer, A MOuvps, jD Ross, keepedi records &isea'fc Keeper ot records, ana seal. ooldin roxk no. , 1 , o.uVi,if;''..,,,ikf'wt cottonwood lodqb ho 37. , Meets on the second and fourth fife , iea?tfo'30dav Cottonwood Point. Mo: ' 1 Tueadav ni hta in the Odd Fel- .' ixL:uIi?-v j lZ progress nc. 43. MeetR 2d and 4th Meets on the 1st and 3rd Mon-I ningsof each month day evenings of each month at 8 Jordan Alexa...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Conservator
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 15 October 1906

Iff! 'r '; ' iMfcfev. .Cff - ' .""T ,fyir ft " SEDALIA, MQ., MOlfPAY. OCTOBER., 15, 1906, . N0. 18. , V.! 4 ..' fet II -J T r , savage who has been exhibited in 5 7ZZ yl rKOr J W BALDWIN DEAD. 1 Discrimination By M E V. a.-- 0:J I . . t- BUY YOUR , i 1 la caire with monkeys in the New II . Wk ' K Xim& York zoo. The little black man, vranc ! ' ' M in) MM 1 11 111 II If Mil kl to'all outward seeming, 19 having lij 1 JEiI0 I ; : WT O J- ? V 10 ' jjgMi ' NOW. , 1 SMTUIKr bf v i r t BUir'i Will Sell Cheap er than Anybody. WHY? 1 Because He Buys and Sells More Stoves th&n any Two1 Stores inthe City. E. RALPH BLAIR, 1 116 OSAGE STREET. savage who has been exhibited in a cage with monkeys in the New York zoo. The little black man, torall outward seeming, is having the time of his life. But since the incident has-raised such' a furore, we are led to inquire why no outcry has beenraised because Prof Garner and some other ad. venturous ethnologists have gone to Africa to ingratiate the...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Conservator
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 15 October 1906

u Scdalia Weekly Conservator, W. H. HUSTON, Editor ft Publisher. Published every Monday morning and entered at the Seda lia Post Office as Second Class matter. SUBSCRIPTION PRICES. One Year, 52 Consecutive Copies, $2.00. Six Months, 26 Consecutive Copies, $1.25. Local Political Conditions as They Affect the Negro. Since our taking an independent position on the political issues in Pettis county, many negro orators and street walking statesmen have endeavored to represent us as preaching a false doctrine that will ultimately redound to our personal detriment. As we see it, we are a mere particle in the body politic of this county. Our opinions are formvd and based upon facts gathered from convocations and personal contact with our own people. Every negro of thin count v who lias u'iven the local situation any careful thought is dis- satisfied. Ho has been in this frame of mind for several o.rs. Some cf these veay fellows who arc now going about the stive - ad out in the county have b...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Conservator
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 15 October 1906

mm- mm. C-'J IJI.. l mm- few v I J Nanaet of Subordinate Gourts of tbe Order of Calantbe, Their Location, Place' and Date of Meeting, Ekec . - A otive Officers; etc. Subject to Semi-annual i and Grand Coutt Changes. KANSAS CITY COURTS All iMeetat the-Vendome t cademy, 1734 Grand As. ft .FRUDBCCK NO. 166. JMeets each 2nd and 4th Friday ftcrnoon'of each month at 2:30 lbck. Mrs. . Mary Dv Marshall, worthy councillor; Mrs. S M Dib le, recorder of deeds. progress no. 5. Meets each 1st and 3rd Friday afternoon of each month at 2:30 'clock. Mrs. Lily Johnson, Worthy councillor; Mrs. R H Browning, recorder of deeds. ORIENTAL NO. 10. Meets each 2nd and'4th Thurs day afternoon of each month at 2:30 o'clock. Mrs. Dollie Yates, worthy councillor; Mrs. Lulu Edwards, recorder of deeds. WHITE ROSK NO. 17. i Meets eacb 1st and 3d Thurday afternoons of each month at 2:30. Mrs NorenaWest, worthy coun cillor, Mrs. Pinkey Green, re corder of deeds. MASCOT COURT NO 132 - Ardmore, Mo. Meets on the first ...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Conservator
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 15 October 1906

: : u- L-iL-L ,L 10'CIOClf. A Vj SpKNCEK. CBancei-1 t 8 O'ClOCk. i i n n r,r. Qr,!Miwmf, SStS. lor commander;' 'Morris 'Angle UimKmmm&i L LXbmax. i' iBkT, jk;tk. (.i ' ji : u i ...-777, i w-vr1-ri,'' vj It, ar at P c s v,5y ! PYTHIAN LODGE DIRECTORY J,amcs o Lodges, Their Locaiion, Dates and Places of Hoi ding their Monthly Meetings, the Names of Their Executive Officers, Subject to Semiannual and Grand Lodge Changes. St. Louis Lodges. ALL MEET AT PYTHIAN TEMPLE 3l37 PINE STRliKT. 4 PKIDI! OK THE WEST a". Meets 2nd and 4th Monday in each month at S o'clock. Thomas Hang er. chancellor commander, Wm. Goi'F, keeper of records and seal. W T MUMl'ORO NO. 2. Meets 1st and 2nd Tncsday eve nings in each month at 8 o'clock. it a iniinvinn. chancellor com pandor, F J Brown keeper of rec j -Is and seal. EXCELSIOR NO. 3. -.lcets and and 4th Thursday ,N.nings in each month at S o'clk. T.harles Parks, chancellor com- render, Geo Bukord, keeper of 1. cords and seal. MOUND C1TV, NO. 4. Meets lt...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Conservator
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 22 October 1906

SBDAUA, MO-, MONDAY; OCTOBER, 22; 1906, ' CREWS Sf EARS. NO. 1 iff. ft 2s It.' is 3.', 1 V, I ft. it IS" Li. ft it . i J5t SEW Kelioq Crews, the Kansas City colored orator, opok? at the c'ourt house Monday niehti " The house -was full of peopleandmany white '-voters were in the audience, al though the address was chiefly to -the colored race. Mr Crews was .introduced by Committeeman fas Newbill, who presided, as chajr. unatf. Capital, October 16. , ' Mr C rews delivered an excel lent address. He paid worthy .and deserved tribute to the repub lican party and the longf,lfor- bcarant negro. After the court house meeting he was the guest -of honor at a banquet at Car pen er'a restaurant, fifteen or twenty of gedalta'tt representa- 'iive neirroes seated with him. An excellent and superabundant -menu was served in truly moa eru style. Mucn eating but no speaking was indulged in because -factionalism among the negro republicans here is very high .The banquet, crowds and ad 4fess was alrigh...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Conservator
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 22 October 1906

ft. .BuijiiJiiinLJLii.Li JMwuUy- muf BfiHg-nm-eingwa-ii tite-waa- ;-! i liaVPost Office as Secend Class, matter. ' ' M li " 'il J. J t 1 I VMS', f .'ls.11 , s , - -( , , ! , ,.. . ) SUBSCRIPTION. PRICES, i . .. . m. . c . .One Xeai 52, Consecutive Copies S2.00.- ' : n n ' i , Six Mdnths, 26 .Consecutive Copies, Sl'.SS1.- . I ,. ..'v. '.' :. ' .' !' . " ' l From Chicago . 8 1 Citj bma City Kim both directions via M K & T If your nearest ralllroad' ay mmm i &8 fprcgrams early this "year and can W . 1 .t A I- ... T oniy qo so wnen tnc teaencra , qi 7TJ1P mo fo o'itrUcn1,-in, vnV TiTll cfiitvln th. As LOCAL POLITICS Some, facts. Gathered frpta Various Source ' i'f these' rtpublic'an "cahiii'daes and their friends, who, .arc. s quick to "holler" about "some one having sold, would ascertain the sentiment 6f'the rank' and' 'file of the Negro" voters,' instead of list ening to the Siren songs of some of thoe, self appointed . Readers, thev will find that there are quite a hum'tieV '...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Conservator
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 22 October 1906

SWSV ifl.U.)Jrtr;r.V'0W'aa.-?rt ; w. t. aw 3 ..-ill ,'.1 H'llrtV"? ! ?! $- afternoon of each month ,.$;30 .J'" .o'clock. Airs, jvury aiarsuaii, ie, recorder of deeds. v' ; wortn couucorV Mrs. R H B$ v MWg, rtteWdeeus? , l'Lv ORIENTAL NO. 10. i Meets each 2nd and 4th Thufa- dav afternoon of each roofttt 2:30 o'clock. rf,Mra.,Dolle Yates, worthy councillor j, ,pfrj(.. Lulu Edwards,' recorder of deeds! ' ' wmTBK0siTT67l7. Meets fc'acVlstVi-3d Tburday afternoons of each month at 2:30. jrW.fcWV,iW2! ifioun. .eUlornira.i, Jfinkey,, Green..!;.re- XdEiPf OS.8;-: .'J 1, ,utni: -i i' . iafiqT: SPW 01; 13. ..i Ar5B9nb-.Mfti ifn.njj , Meets on the first -and third .!Besdayta.oteach .ffloath at'.2:30 p m, in the,ii?,yJiWaBL Hk- r.Mrs Jjorj. Miss.uhaallj, R, fcp. .UTOfM'lOPVRBO. 19 meets on tne nrsi inursaay ai tiuuwi is aeh mwih at iha D O H hall Mrs. J lor; ter clock sharp, council 'rHil I 1 1 1 1 I m'J-m ' L HtthBllWister w mo Mrs cillor; of deeds. , Booker T. Washington Court i.-v A'lronttini...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Conservator
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 22 October 1906

MM ) records ana' sew. Keeper or records 'MO-wu. M fl4MUMKmmj ,Ugh. in the Odd Pel- K V;, ItfMI at 8: o'clock, Freeman K 1 x ' IrZjMi ' KMJJJ!TZMM f' iMiMi .Mr.' aiuiubi irit inr 'jv. w svi 1 . ' PYTHIAN LODGE DIRECTORY Names o Lodges, Their. Location, Dates and Places of Hoi ding their. Monthly Meetings, the Names of Their -Executive Officers, Subject to Semiannual and Grand Lodge Changes. St. Louts Lodges. JBX MKBT AT PYTHIAN THMPLIS 3l37 PINE STRL'.ET. PIUDI5 OK TUB WRST NO. I. Meets 2nd and 4th Monday in each month at 8 o'clock, Thomas Hang er, chancellor commander, Wm. Gokk, keeper o records and seal. W T MUMKORD NO. 2. Meets 1st and 2nd Tnesday eve- in pjpIi month at 8 ociocK; "H A lohnson, chancellor com gander. F J Brown keeper of rec --ls and seal. excelsior no. 3. Meets and and 4th Thursday , vnings in each month at 8 0 elk. tflmrle-s Parks, chancellor com . awn HnraitD. keeper of jiauvi if ' t. :ords and seal. MOUN'D CITV, no. 4. Meets ltt and 3d Monday eve nings of each ...

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. — 29 October 1906

MONDAY;, pCTOtiffR, ,,9, , 1906, i ! C . (' 'I J ' " THej$&$bOTJOcs,' do:uow reml &Y:LoiE ACCUjMfUt ATED , r aattali6ne$ed of .1 ThirtjYears. ' and WALKER n the the enemy'i -MR W wsMjattal ott Twy.fifth 'is v ukh 'iTir. ci.m fat in lM irr'j ldenti,y IW4.HJC outuicra rcspooaioie 01 ine riot at Brownsville," Texas, Aug. 13. , One civilian was shot and kllledahd others wounded in the' rot jit is believed that the jilt eil ai'e in the It'or'l 'Renb" garrjaoaor-aaPB too'e under tv Teat, in Texas. , trbe men ia the companies are 5fi creat sunnnnap. fearful 4ha the "country ayed'' the ultimatum of 'Brigadier Gen Its "a landslide'' beyond alldoubt- eral E. A- Carlinrfton, inspector mjr, . .., r.. ,. 'general of the United States army Though 'they're claiming- every to muster them out in diahoncr A.grartd ovation1 obF speaker " YourTpeaker meets ') frost". The "country's lost," the coun- .insight;'.'! c t "' 'It's all over but the.shouting;.". unlesthe information isi'ferth cprainp, ...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Conservator
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 29 October 1906

WMmm 1 ,' V- TOY lis .,S for ft Iff.. H M 1. l. 1ST .'0 I! til.. HI I... '. at (hi. 3udn. XTluiisncu every niiuiuuy inwimiiit aim tiu-nu . w.m Iia Post Office as Sccend Class matter. j .ViK. . i , .. -.if. -. " v One Year, 'ChsecuitiveQopies,. S2.fi9. .Six Months, 26 fonlsecutive Copies, .$1.25. yv i mm ne'ws, brother. Carter od , ; inilJTMIIIJBKr.ilT, m .r Pair Circuit. 1 ', ,' .,,.' A negro air ircun. ,-, 1 liStefwarc bem'fe'faken bv James Hi Wilson, William Hnjrwood of Lexington !and,'oh'eNeg'roen the state to organize a Centtal Missouri Ndgro"FaIr' Circuit. ! It 19 a sensible movement and'Hve believeeVcry Negro, who is Interested in -progressive agriculture, . the breidjng; and 'rearing of bkx ded live stock, improved gardening, scientifici1 fruit crullt re and ski lfulmechanics'should ally themsel ves wil'i'lhis undertaking. Qi r larmers need, visible eiuouraie tnent. 'Jlicy.n'lsp ne-d tnuclj i istruction. By the maintenance of a Negro fAreTircutt, all this auc more will.beacco...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Conservator
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 29 October 1906

mmmmmmm VfVv'"'','i'fiS mv .names, or on ran ll'JICi I iXFlllpljplllW .1 llf fill Si Calantbe, Bxec- IK.' 'VtHtfi All Meet at-the Vetidome A- cade1my,'l73.GifkrS!. 30 $11'' V W&'J. Meets each 2nd and.. afternoon ot each moatl h o'clock. Mrs. Mary D Marshall, We, recorder of deeds. PROGRESS .mVJ'-O&tK.H.-. Meets each, l8tapd 3nlIT(jdAV-l afternoon of eaWTOonth' Vt2kbi o'clock. Mrs. Lily "Johnson J"?1'" 9TOi? liZf, ."worthy couuciHor; Mrs. R H v' ' wi.t, sB.om.i 'i&'A Tlrmuninfr .roenrrtftrtf lftilrtd.'-v' . ?ll'?f':W9ftn. i J .1 :fV ' ORIENTAL NO. 10. 1 Browning, recorder; tvf- ' . ' Meets each 2nd and 4th Tuk-f-fiv. Uav afternoon of 'each' month at m-: 2:30ofock.l!MYs. boM.''Ya esV r Meetteacblstand3d Thurday s Mrs riorena west, wortny coun VeiUor, MfsiJjpirikij'preen, rer corder of aeeds, MASCOy COWT 'MP' T3Z Meets, on., the fiMt-.artl . third Tuesdays of each month ai 2:o0 P ni, tn'WPytti!, 4afJ-MW Fannie E Majors, worthy cour.rU lWFMfaTTuTw'HilTr STf "T5T : ). oeaaiia...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Conservator
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 29 October 1906

H " ' --.--'1 fl -T.5 J. siL rfttMs&ft .o'clock. A L Sawc'chaw j t h -i. . h - h h -v m i w hhhm nmv hm umiv r . . a -m I. J,amfis o -Iodffen; Their Location, Dates fcnd:Biaces'of Hoi ding their Monthly Meet jogs, the Natftss of Tbiir ' "l . Executive Officers, Subject1 toroWnuai '" ... , . .. and Grand Lodge Changes, '. . St. Louis Lodges jrHlffetfe in'' the bdd'Fei- lows, hall at So'clo Freeman Green chancuorcbnimkoderV G m LL w.c .... .,..'' .1 Vi. Ilf AM. MKtCT AT l'YTHIAN TI5MPMi-3l37 riN'IC SIKIUCT. PWIDR OK THH WKST NO. I. Mcets2nd and 4th Monday in each month lit 8 o'clock. Thomas Hang :r, chancellor commander, Wm. Goi'f, keeper of records and seal. V T MUMl'OKO Mo. 2. , Meets 1st andSnd Tncsday eve nings in each' month at 8 o'clock. II A Jolmsion, chancellor coru- under, V J Ekown keeper of rcc . -Is and seal. liXCEI-SIOK no. 3. Meets 2nd and 4th Thursday vuiings in each, month at S o'clk. Charles Parks, chancellor com-:-mndcr, Gi:o Bukord, keeper of 1 . :ords aud seal....

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Conservator
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 5 November 1906

SJff 'i ' - I " OFFICIAL intUcchln(toiiGLrimtor 4 n ORGAK. SBDALIA, MO , MONDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1906, NO. 21. f President Bowen. fa it Sh i's ' Theoard of managers of the , Freed men 'a Aid and'. Southern Edecaiioa Society on 'fchtorsday of lapt week unanimously elect ed Dr. John W. E? -Bowcii, for ' thirteen years an honored pro fesKor in Gammon Theological Seminary, president of that insti tution. This is a conspicuous e vent, It advances a Nejrro to the headship of the greatest theo lozicat sdhool for-NearroeV in the world; lt'jreward.s a servant of the church.br placing .him in one of the most far reaching respousiil ities known to either cnurcn or state.' and, it places the Methb. dist Fpis'cbpal Church squarely on her historic' platform of the brotherhood of man. Tbete uill nowhere be , any qnestion as to (he place of Gam Ihon Theological Seminary in the civilizing ana Christianizing fore e of this age. It stands, in the strategic focu of the Negro race - iu-botn hemispheres. Not...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Conservator
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 5 November 1906

I V'i. .v ... Ml 8$ Scdalia Weekly ConservMpr, W H. HUSTON jtor4tfaiirr Published every Monday morning' and entered at the Sfcda-'' )ia Post Office as Scccnd Class matter.' SUBSCRIPTION PRICES. One Year, 52 Consecutive Copies. SlOO. Six Months, 26 Consecutive Copies, $1.25. 1 duplicities by ailing, us, .W .tahJ for itl; cl have Mot airraid melcltye.bu.Kh'lot:i: THE POOR VOTER ON ELECTION DAY. BY John- Gkkunlhak Whittikr, the slave poet. The proudest now is but my peer, The highest not more high; To-day, of all the weary year, A king of men am I. To-day alike are great and small, The nameless and the known; My palace is the people's hall, The ballot box my throne! Who serves today upon the list Beside the served shall stand; Alike the brown and wrinkled fist, The gloved and dainty hand! The rich is level with the poor, The weak is strong today; And sleekest broadcloth counts no more Than homespun frock of gray. Today let pomp and vain pretence My stubborn ritjht abide; I set a plain ...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Conservator
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
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