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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 21 January 1907

H&1 19 IHWttSW ' ' .Meets one . first Thursdays , ' IPSSw Ath v'riAmv 1 Mts J A Mil'er,' Worthy council $lfell Reels- Mf., Mary D Marshall,. Vr' Wrthy 'councillor; Mrs. S M..Dib II .v'rworfcoi deads. . . fPg'v .:odwMio.s.;' - , iW4$Sv r;jMatseah 1st and 3rd Friday 1!$ 'alWnoon of each, month at 2:30 'II f?? '?f.'cibca. Mrs;, Lily, JoTmsod, &trW"& V rthy-coUucilloH'M.rs; R.H ml' v SjBrswnlnffrrecorder.of deeds ' r:. . ir.v r.u ti.j ' thkTjafiernoon of -each month, at : . ZUUOCiOCKt luta. "uuic mica, , ' corthv 'councillor. Mrs. , Lulu fe " s" "dWards, recorder .of Meeds.- & ' V ' WHITE RbS K0.'17. Meets'eacb lstand 3d Tfaurdav afternoons of each month at2:30. Mrs Norena West, worthy coun cillbr, Mrs. Pmkey Green,, re corderof deeds! " I 'MASCOT, 'COURT NO 132 Ardmore, Mo., MeetalVn the'first and 'third Tuesdays of each month at 2:30 p in, in1 the Pythian ' hall . Mrs Fannie E .Majors, worthy council lorK Miss Julia Hall, R. of D. If-. ter 'of 'deeds'. PYTBAOORAS COURT...

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. — 21 January 1907

m PYTHIAN LODGE DIRECTORY- l,ames of 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. DesMoines,- Oskaloosa; wicr reading tne oanetm jot. . Mck Prim m4iWKl tm this Quarter I hone that Vou wtltlr if ' J . l'1- l see .that I have" arrange 'tbefy Hbnii.Mtervol.wrir JPREME LODGE OFFICERS. Official Rank and Addresses cf Pythian Supreme Of ficers, Etc. We are grateful totheSupreme Chancellor for the subjoined list iv t .ffiro nf tiio Stmrcme Loutre Vm . . . - o.. i fyand the Grand Lodges 01 our ou tifi J. t..-:., J. Minn. We trust to " Iii.elour brethren Become muc .Ullyfccquainted with each other. S W Staks, supreme cnancci Tor. K. of P.," Building, Charleston, W. Va. W Green, supreme vice chan ccivi 226 South Robertson, New Orleans, La. E i. Williams, supreme past chancJlior, Box 73S, Cincinnati, Ohio. C D White, supreme prelate, Steubenville, Ohio. L Mitchell, supreme lectu...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Conservator
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 28 January 1907

I.' :. v. : .1 . ., : . I . -L i 1 i .. ; ' . . ..... ...... L ...J. , UJcclun (lonscrimtor. '' ' j ' "j - ORGAN. Hail pi If1" ' ' iff"' . ifv 1 , ft I ' ' t 1 . K "i . r V 4' St ' (' . c ' : , ORGAN. VOI. IV. SBDALIA, MO-, MONDAY, JANUARY, ;8, ;go7, Tipo Sidei o j "Every Question The Marahalt Republican in ' Strong Terma Supports the Loyal and Honest Nejlro. - Cj i" . i Tbore are ttf aides ;tp nearly every question. We have heard persona, say, !The niggers ought to "be killed off," and other re , marks in a similar strain To these persons the Ngro seems to stand in the way, of, the coun try's proBperity; and: well '.beirigY We will not discuss this side of he question. ' ' The otherc.sldet can ;bo fbest shown by an illustration t 'Uncle -Ben Colder, a highly, respected Negro of East Marshall, stepped into our office last week and re marked: "Well, I want to take yonr paper another year maybe it will be-.the last." When asked why, b&said, ''We' are passing' through a crisis and ...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Conservator
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 28 January 1907

i. - 7i- Sjedalia Weekly Conservator, W. H. HUSTON, Editor ft Publisher. Published every Monday morning' and entered at the Seda lia Post Office as Sccend Class matter. . : Has our legislative fathers ceased to commune with the Bentons, the Urowns, the Crittendens, the Marmadukes, the Blands and that great array of citizens of a Grand Old Commonwealth to listed to the decadent and un-American philosophies of the Vardamans of Mississippi, the Carmacka of Tennessee, the Slaydensof Texas and the Graves' of G-edrffia? j ,' If the worse niust dme,: we shall . here declare 'th neiitfer "Jim1. crow cars," nor disfranchisement. nor.ostracisrth.Bot misrer SUBSCRIPTION PRICES. One Year, 52 Consecutive Copies, $1.00. Six Months, 26 Consecutive Copies, $.65. reseritation, nor all the accummulated'hate bf an unreasonable dear potism shall crush our manhood.As one sa'.d, lf' we trre Butih ca'ttteJ cars, let those who open the floor tor our exit see and know that a iMAN steps forth upon the earth....

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Conservator
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 28 January 1907

tit OOURT DIR gEBEBniisri EOTORY it. I-! If to", kawsAs city All Meklt trieLWinj cademy, 1734 Grand Ave. Names of Subordinate-Courts of the Order'of Calantbe, -f Their Locations PlacJ ad Date oi Meeting,, Exec utive Officers, etc, Subject to Semiannual l ,Qd Grand Court.Chlwgta- . , , ' ,. " Meets oi,tne'firstAirsd'ay1af tefnoonln each month, at the D ri' H hall atthree o'clock hharo. N,i .m...f Mr it-A. Mifer.-Worthy coubcil Meets ea'cnnft nd 4th" . - A,,,; ' ' la. ter of,.deedsJ) ) ' PRTJD INCK NO. 160. )ENCB ! afternoon olveach month, at 2:30 ...... itL'M.'n Morol.alt 'OCIOCK. Xl. JT " .-, worthy cduncill&r; IMrs. S,M fcib :tIe, recorder of deeds; . 'PRbokds no." 5-' ' ' ' Meets each 1st and v& Friday rimoon of each month at 2:30 'laf&u&L Mrs. Lily Johnson worttfy councillor Mrs. R 4H 'SSrewninir, recoraerioijowuB. Vf ..... . Ia'v'I ORIBNTAE. NO. 'IO. Meets each2nd'and h'Thura afternoon of each month at 3:30 o'clock. Mrs. DollV Yates, nnrthv councillor: Mrs. Lulu ...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Conservator
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 28 January 1907

i V nil i -(., h vi ill- Jlrc You a K. of P.? r IF NOT, WHY NOT? TheKniKhls of Pythias, with over 4,000 members in this State, is the most progressive Negro or ganization of today. We have (4) four departments I Subordinate Lodges, which look after the sick and distressed and bury the dead. II Uniform Rank, in this depart Went our voting men are receiving a military education which they can get in no other way , thus mak ing them better and more useful citizens. Ill Ladies' Courts, for the wives, Widows, daughters and sisters of Knights, who arc being educated for the common duties of life. IV Endowment, In this depart ment wc arc paying outthousands of dollars annually to the widows and heirs of deceased Knights. MISSOURI JURISDICTION. 66 Subordinate Lodges in Mo. 10 Uniform Rank Companies. $55,000 Paid to the heirs of Knights of Pvthias of Missouri within the past ten years. ' $11,500 Pythian Home at 313? Pine Street, St. Louis. Mo., own ed and controlled by Pythians. S3 Per week ...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Conservator
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 11 February 1907

Students and Faculty of George; R, Smith Col- BASa5t4,ttB -Ttirouch Reorcseitative E. E. fJbhn 1PS&.'&W Sirs:-' Whereat there has been &j&ted ,to,tbe. House of Representatives with recommend for pas- j; 'jjjmmigvjmvm jJviwinjj wi nyii E,iiina; sun svi tain auu waning 'Ifo'nW fori the white and the Colored races., Therefore, we, the it ;fPBqoniic,wtn;nera ana siuucms in we ueo. n,oraiin college, De S&$kPw ot.tnpie wno.WQUia qoatrecuy anectea ir tneproposea measure 5S 4K&&Ppould become a law and representing a large number of others, na Pry that you personally vote "against 'IrteWk uHiie pmise oi mi uhi, jtnu o,im an yuuai tuuio iu luuucncc uipcrs A'In support "to dut;,'pieawe present the following considerations: s 1st. - t In all cases where similar measures, have been adopted, mW&x" ha iiOirimodations for the Colored people have been greatly infer p'' Pr 1 those forKe whites, and in most places positively inadequate wffli, tad, 'offensive-; although ...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Conservator
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 11 February 1907

i 'i Li i 1 1 V J1' -X Sedalia Weekly: Conservator, W. H. HUSTON, Editor Publisher. I A .i w Published every Monday morning and entered at the'Seda- -lia Post Office as Secend Class matter. ' , SUBSCRIPTION PRICES. One Year, 52 Consecutive Copies, S1.00. Six Months, 26 Consecutive Copies, $.05. dial welcome was extended, to, us. To our surprise and delight' we met.' in tbia.home, our, old friend, the artist, O, J. BrpoWi of Kan- aa,;C, KM!,. who -was fiHingr' setne fmportfbt orderfc. He had, some txcelleat' exhibit $th hW When fi'rtt seen by us, on thisoo csion, he was smoking hia jiipC aod'BoaWingup the beat from Mrs Franklin's ruddy and ntseaie sit- Jting room stove, while' taking in he sober philosophies of brother Clayton, William's, ft 2i, . At 5:50, we were invited into Our Saline County visit. On the Slid, accompanied by our friend, Geo. M. Williams, we visited Blackburn, where we aided in a public ptogrnai at the M. E. Church. All day Sunday was-spent with our friends. Wo li...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 11 February 1907

hps Awmpgpm sp 1 7-s mm ... .. . tokc lb. 16fc ,U'H Dtu 8 tnFee c-iaocit .rnatp: Jrs. J, A Mirer; worthy council lor; ni9 iuiu VsUicni'n, .ciegis ter of deeds.' : ''' . vlTTHAGORAS COURT HO. l6 , Springfield, Mo. Meets .the second and fourth Wednesday afternoon? of -each' month, at 325 Boonville street, Mrs LnW Williams', worthy cotin cijlor; Mrs F t Boxiey, register o4leeds. "V" ; -Booief T.'.WashinRtdri Court Irontodf.Mo., t Meets on the Beyond and fourth Tbnrsda.v'afterooons in the Pyth wnhcll at 3 o'clock.' Mabel Go Hon, rorthy.cpjcraselor; Birdie Ccl lier, register of deeds IfASOUBAf '-COURT NO. 127 , T Farming'tori. Mo.. " Meets on the second and fourth Fridays of each month at 2:30 p m in 'the Masonic hall. 'Mrs Ada Murphy." worthy councillor; Miss ncssic nuoi, register o uceus. afternoon, oPeach; Month, at 2:30 .nVtAoff. MmV Marw D. Marshall. , Browning; retotaer ol eeds.' . . OtnOTTAL If O. 1U, Meets each 2nd and 4th"n'ur- mV afternoon of each month at 3i3p o'clock Mrau Dbl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 11 February 1907

C5555SS!r-1 ' t it Ik si i ... Ma 7 Are You a K. of P.? IF NOT, WHY NOT? The Knights of Pythias, with over 4,000 members in this State, is the most progressive Negro or ganization of toflay; We have (4) four departments: I Subordinate Lodges, which look after the sick and distressed and bury the dead. II Uniform Rank, in this depart ment our young mer are receiving a military education which they can get in no other way, thus mak ins: them better and more useful citizens. Ill Ladies' Courts, for the wives, widows, daughters and, sisters of Knights, who are being educated for the common duties of life. IV Endowment. In this depart ment we ar paying out thousands of dollars annually to the widows and heirs of deceased Knights. Spelling Reform. With tragic air the lovelorn he 't Once chased the chaste Louise, She quickly guessed her guest was there To p'casc her with his pleas. Now at her side he kneeling sigh id. High sighs of woeful size. Oh, hear me here, for, lo, must low I rise be...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Conservator
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 18 February 1907

ffl?Biiaateia " " SBDALIA, MO, MONlAYV,yBBRffARY;ti8;,:9o7, NO. 35. I.- (' YOU KljlOW; -TllT j j W Are Naming SpeertJry ! n - .2'. E Com and .sec us, when you want Cards, LettoWeids; Envelopes'; -circalirs,-'Programs, Dodgers, Statements, Pamphlets jr anything- in the line of FIRST CLASS Priling. "NO DELAf BUTy;PJROMPT SER VICE aneT satisfaction assured. ?..";it-''-,vv. Call Write f '.I THt CONSERVATOR 11 I v 121 Et'-Mtift St, Seddi M, m .' in Hoa'sebs decided to make a fav orable recommendation to that body of aIU 'that will' provide for theVesjhhment and, m'ain- tenanjt o'fjim prow CarV' upon all line VtrsjiporutinK passen- read of such action on the part of certain lawmakers of this com mbxtweklth',' we Immediately aak ed ourselves this que tioa: "IS Mis'soilri . Really a Jim ' Crow' State?" ' ' .v i If alio is,1 why has' she .become fudged irbm h!r geographical lo catioD, the composition of hCr1 population,' a Study of history and' early traditions, "we cannot find' sufficient '...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Conservator
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 18 February 1907

if i ' I'' V If' IS if' i r.r Bv. 1A& i v. Sedalia Weekly Conservator, W. H. HUSTON, Editor Publisher. Published every Monday morning and entered at the Seda lia Post Office as Second Class matter. SUBSCRIPTION PRICES. One Year, 52 Consecutive Copies, $1.00. Six Months, 26 Consecutive Copies, $.05. Evil Effects of Perpetual Idleness. Temporary idleness, produced by sickness, over exertion, lack of employment, legal or industrial delays is excusable. But vol untary idleness, when there are none of these conditions apparent, is shameful and intolerable. Locally, we have too much loafing and idleness about the streets at all hours. Men and women, who are eternally and forever idle, arc a menace to any community. They are f-ven dangers to themselves. II they are constantly ,i dle, with no visible means of support, what employs their minds? Efforts should be begun now to rid our city of all of our profes sional and ever present loafer. Of what service are thev to the community? Great...

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. — 18 February 1907

, J- 'J I W 51 'r.. 'if "I,, 'JUi'Meetat'the VenddmB'A- KUBBNC HO. JDO. ' fternoob ot each month at 2:30 -o'clock. MM. ftMiry P Marshall, i ""worthy councgiot; Mrs-XM Dib - PROGRESS NO'. S'J- V ' . Meets each 1st -.and 3rd Friday ' afternoon of each month at 2:j0 -.Vc.ock. Mrs. V'iUy ' Johnson, worthy councillor; Mrs. K H ,v3irownibg, recorded of deeds. - . . ' ORIENTAL NO. 10. rj7 Ear ft-. .r Meets each 2nd and 4th Thurs- ' da afternoon, of each mbntji a't 2O0 o'clock. , Mrs. Uollie . Yates, 'worthy' councillor; ,, Mrs. iLulii lJEdwards, recorder of-deeds. WHITE ROSE NO. 17. Tleets e.acb lsta.nd qd Thursday afternoons of each month at 2:30. Mrs NprewfWest, worthy coun cillor, Mrs. Pinke'y Green, -"rei carder of .deeds. ,- jrfASCOT COURT NO 132 Ardtnore,' Mo.,'' "Meets on the first and' third Tuesdays of each month - at 2:30 p m, in the Pythian hall. Mrs Dannie B: Majors, worthy council 21er; Miss Julia Hall, R of D. 'M t - .IV. . ,1 Scdallai:io.- Meeon;th first Thursdayj af ternoon...

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. — 18 February 1907

I. II- Ik' PYTHIAN LODGE D? : - ItH Names of Lodges, Their Location, Dates, and Places of 6ol , , Bllll jcBPllllP ' J - ' ' V f ding their Monthly Meetings, thy Names of -Their 1 ' sPfPli ivSsjfPiSB ( PrMM' Excci.UvcOfficcrs.Ruhi.cttoRnmJ.nnn,,! W iWPAWflin'Ptfl 'V ' -and' Grand Lodge Changes.- . " . ;tafe iflZM , M ' IT Stdnweb.acheAgueI ft .......... r. Bssssssa :. i .li(T - a' ., Jlre Yoii a K. f P.7 IF NOT, WHY NOT? The Knights of Pythias, with over 4,000 members in this State, is the most progressive Negro or ganization of today. We have (4) four departments: Subordinate Lodges, which look alter the sick and distressed and bury the dead. II ' Uniform Rank, in this depart ment bur young men arc receiving a military education which they can get in no other way, thus mak ing them better and more useful citizens. Ill Ladies' Courts, for the wives, widows, daughters and sisters of Knights, who are being educated for the common duties of life. IV Endowment, In this depart ment we arc...

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. — 25 February 1907

mm 7' l.Jf K f y,fto"T t'B oat .. . .11.1012; ... KKVJlTJ 1 ' - i ,. . lift , i'c''vivlN ViitGilft ' ' ' ' .f . . . - H' Hr fill f .1 .7 'f J t f. .At .. , il . , , .r. SEDAIJA,. MQ.( MONPAY," FBBRPARYi7in NO, 36J lis ! ,t. I.rffi-.n; ;;rr i-i; 'i,L,!,r,j ft Former Graduate of Lincolnlnatitute, Jefferson City, Mo., Widely Known for his Competency and Thoroughness 'as School Teaoncr;AVhb; Now koWs Principalsttip Jn g.oln;ftigcV M9V One 0 the Largest an:Be,t chopls,lD,the Sta't?! MS? The Jim Crow Law The Kansas Citjf '.sUr: doles not like the Jim CroW ".which the. Missouri .Senate, ha9 passed, ana speaKs as it it were j i Diowaiiue rtcrro- 11 cannot 25?. 1... Sl u 1 - v- :vr f a.Nsgrathan it should) be fqr-ith wife o( a Reoubjican , Senator , to do so. Ittfis'nV'orilv the Democratic . : r 1 ..... SenatftrsTiaveihe nerve to vote their .honest, , manly entiments while the' Republicans seek to rhak'e,t'falitical capital' btft' of their OT::..ee why it would be. more off en. hypocritical ...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Conservator
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 25 February 1907

ML I- Sty '4 1.' IT mm Sedalia Weekly Conservator, W. H. HUSTON, Editor Q Publisher. Published every Monday morning- and entered at the Seda lia Post Office as Scccnd Class matter. SUBSCRIPTION PRICES. One Year, 52 Consecutive Copies1, $1,00. Six Months, 20 Consecutive Copies, $.65. : John .Sharp William, who has sowed much wind in fruitful fields of "race wars," "white man's government," etc,,is about to reap the whirlwind in his defeat for the senate by Vardaman in Mississippi. In sowing wind, it is always the gentleman whose hand are most blistered by work ioghts air pumps. Globe Democrat . Utopia Court initiated several candidates recently. Still there are more to follow. ,j It is a settled fact that the Knights of Tabor and the Pytbl an Grand Lodge will convene In Favette durinor the month of July. Let every one be thoroly convinced on these points and govern themselves accordingly. Cor. lain tad MlMoarl, Aytha. Phontjil4. Private Orders Gien Soccial Attention; When. You schel'...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Conservator
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 25 February 1907

8& .Naibet -o'f SubotdintsGourts of the Order of CaUnthe, Tbtir Location, .race ana juaib ot Meeting, rxec utitVOfflcers, etcj Subject to, Semiannual and.Grand Court Changes. IS' ism Kit:-. If :t r', ' ' Kf?c ... V "KANSAS CITY COURTS .All Meet at the Vendome A t. cademy, 1734 Grand Aye. i i ' RUDKMCK NO. 166. Meets each 2nd and 4th Friday afternoon of each month at 2:30 -o'clock. Mrs. S Matthew Dibble, -worthy councillor; Janie Combs, recorder of deeds. . PROGRESS NO, 5 Meets ech 1st and 3rd Friday 'afternoon of each month at &3O o'clock. Mrs. Lily Johnson, -worthy couucillor; Mrs.' R H aBrowning, recorder of deeds. ORIENTAL NO. 10. Meets each 2nd and 4th Thurs day afternoon of each month at "230 o'clock'. Mrs. Dollic Yates, -worthy councillor; Mrs. Lulu Edwards, recorder of deeds. WHITE ROSE NO. 17. Meets eacb 1st and 3d Thurday . afternoons of each month at 2:30. Mrs .Norena West, worthy s coun cilior, Mrs. Pihkey Green, re corder of deeds. v MASCOT COURT NO 132 Ardmore, ...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Conservator
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 25 February 1907

"Are Yoiia K. SfP.? II I IF NOT,-WHYNOT? 1 '! I. Th ftnirfMa' at Pviht&S. With .. m "o w. . - V i I tU!e Cnta : .. . - is tne mosi progressive iickiu u. conization of today. We have (4) four departments: I if III E Subordinate Lodges, which look after the sick and distressed and feury the dead. II Ml v. Ik' ti'H Uniform Rank, in tins depart ment our young men arc receiving a military education which they can get in no other way, thus mak ine them better and more useful citizens. Ill Ladies' Courts, for the wives, widows, daughters and sisters of Knights, who arc being educated for the common duties of life. IV Endowment, In this depart ment wc are paying out thousands of dollars annually to the widows and heirs of deceased Knights. V MISSOURI JURISDICTION. ' 66 S'.tboiV. n -ite LocK'c in Mo. 1 'Untlonn Kmi'k Companies. $55,000 l'aid to the heirs of KtffgHts of Pythias of Missouri within the past ten years. ' '5li,50 0-.'P,ythijn Home' at 3137- Ptte btrcet, St. Louis. Mo., own- '...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Conservator
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 4 March 1907

In :iwwmmmmmmmh''' IP? ' . , .bbbbbbbk WMix 'bbbbWm MA MQ., MONDAY, MARCH, NO. 372- TO? If WrH AARON W. LLOYD, .GRAND CHANCELLOR 6f Missouri, who, assisted by the ReVWv B;'Yoohg and others, organized 'White Oak Lodge No. 68 . Randolph, Clay county,' on the 23rd ult. He will institute a lodge ,-atXiberty on the 14th. Clay county is speedily filling our Pythian tnk.. . Rev: Young has our congratulations for his noble work. lorea doiaiers Tcitifying Strongly. To any wlio doubt that the for . and f Or thebenerit;'o'f ariy colored .persons, if there be any such, who feel that the colored soldiers are not rnaVing out their case Well, we append a series of editor lals from leading white papers of the countrv. We consider these 1 - IK..- vJfypu . Believe ioSupportlpg RACE ENTERPRISES Place Tour Next Order For Groceries With the 1 . " . . Grocery Company 413 North Limine Street. -s o- -o o- or "ifoor. 'Children Will Receive Polite Treatment, i -V j Prpmpt Service, Full Measure or Weight and ...

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. — 4 March 1907

' r't Sedalia Weekly Conservator, W. H. HUSTON, Editor (ft Publisher.; Published every Monday morning' and entered at the Seda lia Post Office as Second Class matter. Fyette Py thuni A .rouiCd.r STILL CONTEND ' FOR THEIR RIGHT TO ENTER TAIN THE GRAND LODE. . -., 1 naM-HassB Every Requirement met. " SUBSCRIPTION PRICES. One Year, 52 Consecutive Copies, $1.00. Six Months, Consecutive Copies, $.65. Constant Workers Needed Everywhere All the Time A few weeks ago, a large delegated body of representative Ne groes from various parts of the state, met at jcflerson City, the state capital, to offer a formal protest against the enactment of any kind of 'Jim Crow Law," conceivable. Effective work was done. Public sentiment. throughout the state was aroused so greatly th at all of the leading dailies spoke emphatically against the proposed leg islation. High dignitaries of the various churches registered their protest. Conservative citizens, layirg aside their political affilia. tion, denounce...

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