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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 4 March 1907

mm MW9W ,LoachM, at all hours, tftfhh.ratfcat :SK30 r..v-v .. iT ' r v , N6ffei$ Wet,..wptthy ,jcoun. Pinkey Green, re- m.ACUkKW-COmT-m ISA. .Mei oa tDimti jrarsaar.a tibrjB'i..tditfNitk' .aVtW D Mr X;$iMUfcr Wortkf cotiacil Ior!'Mrf1tiiil toleitafi. Revis- ?mwAao4a cotmr no. i6 r springwiyMov e4aeidv altenfooM. oI each th; at'.325!Boonviire ttreet, Locy Williams, worthy, coun f Mxti'F LBoxlijr, register Artmore, Ma, Meets .on. the first iad third sfe;$5 ;jXkeidty.s! eiicfc nonth'at 2:30 pn-theJPyiiktf.haU lirs plofjYMM Jol;Hall,,R o D.-" -'vaaaeacT. WaHbinarfoa Co art the second ind fourth :ThriiNiisften(ooBs io thePyth ianhtllat 3p'cldck. Mabel G rlotf, worthy cou klor j Birdie Ccl Her, regiiter ol deeds;' - . HASOLXAT. COURT NO, J 27 1 Farmington, Ma, Meets on the tecor god fourth Fridays of ca.VQ month t 2:30 p .Vue Masonic haU. Mrs Ada Murphy, .worthy-councillor; Miss Bessie Hunt, registeroi deeds. B Courts not entered should send the. name and number, meet ing date and list of...

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. — 4 March 1907

r ir,-n K5 ...... piaM'wtMiaisiMai Arc toil a K. V P? IF NOT, WHY NOT? The Knights of Pythias,' with over 4,000 members in this State, is the most, progressive Ncgio or ganization of today. We have (4)' four departments: Subordinate Lodges, which look siller the tick and distressed and bury the dead. II Uniform Rank, in this depart ment our young mer arc receiving a military education which they can get in no other way, thus male iiift 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 tt.is depart ment we arc payiugoutthousands of dollars annually to the widows and heirs of deceased Knights. MISSOURI JURISDICTION. 66 Subordinate Lodges in Mo. I Uniform Rank Companies. $55,000 Paid to the heirs of Knights of Pvthias of Missouri within the past ten years. $11,50 0 Pythian Home at 3137 Pine Street, St. Louis. Mo., own cd and controlled by Pythians. S3 ...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Conservator
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 18 March 1907

T Mltfcll 'I f lT llilit f f 111 r .-V it -vv oiiGcumtor. SEDALIA, MO-, MONDAY. MARCH, io ;qo7, NO. 38; i.l'Clto'Yr 0!d Ones iSuits Peessed, Four Dimes. Pahis to Order, ?.5U Up. "My Personal Guarantee., Accom panied Every Order. . A STANLEY, The Tailor, Room 236 Ilgenfriz Building, ' OVER THE "O. K." BARBER SHOP. m ,".. " w1 ' 11 see"; 1 iat'VK'' ; ' ' i I; John A. ankford THR MOST- SUCCESSFUL "NEdRO ARCHITECT IN A- - MERICA. AN HONOR TO HIS RACE. .A Missouri Negro at the Head of His Profession. H 1 1 m WW Mr. J. A. Laokford, the noted NKro arckittct nd builder, vrho ,UBd st the kead of hi profess- vy. iM.ni' in mecicv -mis weev. push and ability. He is a little over 3O, was born and raised in Potosl, Mo., a country town about xty milesso uth of St. Lquu. He worked on. the. farm and in the mines, went through the pub lic school of his native town, and saAed his money and went to Lincoln Institute, Jefferson City, Mo., where he finished several trades, taking a special course in natu...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Conservator
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 18 March 1907

13 j for theciiy Section. . l n':MfWOTl pie copies .hould not elay io ; . 1 ife .frW? feipejB subscribing for it. - ' :, : sauii.'aBetSr, You ww &.PatpnIdiijrHbM Sedalia Weekly Conservator, W. H. HUSTON, Editor 1L Publisher. Published every Monday morning' and entered at the Seda lia Post Office as Sccend Class matter. SUBSCRIPTION PRICES. One Year, 52 Consecutive Copies, $1.00. Six Months, 26 Consecutive Copies, $.65. An Explanation for Last Week's Omission. Wc wish to state to our patrons that on account of an accident in our jOB DEPARTMKNT last week, we were thrown so far be hind that wc could not ifsuc on time. You will find this edition full of the "Kcal Stuff." For the omission, the Management asks jour pardon and, begs to assure each ol jou that you will be fullv repaid. Women Should Be Excluded From Our Saloons. Lewd women arc Driven too much latitude in our citv, In our April election. there will be several propositions to be con sidered. Prominent among them' being1 th...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Conservator
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 18 March 1907

ilk rjs3s ..v -a fm M- ' -wtfc no. ice. rrx.v.i .wa ttw mecLa.:.ii &uu bum iuut W-M,'l iftcrnop'n'o(' each ,month at 2:30 ' o'clock. Mrs. S .Matthew Dibble, worthy councillor; Janle Combs; ' recorder of dee J a. PROGRESS NO. 5. Meets each 1st and 3rd Friday afternoon of each month at 2:30 o'clock: .Via. ' Lily Johnson, worthy councillor i-MiB. R H Browning1, recorder of deeds. ORIENTAL NO. 10. Meets each 2nd and 4th Thurs day afternoon of each month at 2:30 o'clock. Mrs., DolFe Yates, worthy councillor; Mrs. Lulu Edwards, recorder of deeds. WHITE ROBE NO. 17. Meets eacb 1st and 3d-Thurday afternoons of each month at 2:30. f Mrs NorenaWest, worthy coun. , cillor, Mrs. Piokey Green, re corder of deeds. "MASCOT CoUfet NO 132 Arc! more, Mo., Meets on the first and third Tuesdays of each month at 2:30 p ,m, in the Pythian ball. Mrs - .Fannie E Majors, worthy council . lor; Miss Julia Hall, R of D. UTOPIA COURT NO. Sedalifc Mo. ' Meets on the first Thursday af ternoon in each .'month ...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Conservator
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 18 March 1907

it,1- 1" ' SVSS.I i7 7 Arc You a K. of P.? .' , Pi??! 1 IF NOT, WHY NOT? f The Knights of Pythias, with over 4,000 members in t'nis State, is the most progressive Ncgio or jjanizalion of today. We have (4) four departments: I Subordinate Lodges, which look after the sick and distressed and jury the dead. II Uniform Rank, in this depart ment our young mnp arc receiving a military education which they can gel in no other way, thus mak ins; thetn belter and more useful citizens. Ill Ladies' Courts, for the wives, widows, daughters and sisters of Knights, who arc being educated .'or the common duties of life. IV Endowment, In this depart ment we arc paying out thousands of dollars annually to the widows and heirs of deceased Knights. Fourteenth . -..a... m AtatktMnlirMl ANNUAL, tunntnvtni,ni APRIL 23-30', 1907. WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY AND FRI DAY, April 24, 5 and 26, Examinations. MISSOURI JURISDICTION. 6 Subordinate Lodges in Mo. 10 Uniform Rank Companies. $55,000 Paid to the heirs of Knig...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Conservator
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 25 March 1907

WKSmWMwmnPn Ne;Clotbes,,Wnen Panto Pressed, One Bit Per Pair, th BlP '"' Clewini of Alt Kinds. t "V.. t NO. 39- 'listed Paait to Order, $4 50 Up. My'Personal Guarantee Accom panied Every Order.- A. STANLEY, The Tailor, Room 256 Ilgenfrifz Building, OVER THE "O. K." BARBER SHOP.' presses that produce our litera. tttre. Dr. E M Jones of Montgomery, A'abama, in an able address plac ed the interests of the Kduca- 1 w,Ki . 1 mm mm:. ' is-'''?'!.' V GREAT SESSION. Central Missouri Conference . Holds Greatest Session, since " Its Organization, At Joplin, Missouri, Joplin, Mo.f March 20 The TwentyFi:st AnnualSeesaion of ;the Central Missouri Conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church v was.called ,to order this morning by the Rev. Bishop David II. Moore at 9 o'clock sharp. - He as sisted by presiding elders W? H. Smith,. B. F. Abbott and A. H. Higgs and, the Rev. Dr.. Randall, Century Evangelism, delivered a telling address. He stated, that at present with all aur modern methods add appli...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Conservator
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 25 March 1907

v ass ret It At TO ' 5 If 1 1 1. to 5- I3t Sedalia Weekly Conservator, W. H. HUSTON, Editor Publisher. Published every Monday morning1 and entered at the Seda lia Post Office as Secend Class matter. SUBSCRIPTION PRICES. One Year, 52 Consecutive Copies, $1.00. Six Months, 20 Consecutive Copies, $.65. names n. xt illness from attending jeityrs ffemiwty o:thcJ01d. H!jiotr it ! thousand rrhVious btttles'explaineil the cause-of thei absence and at the same time assured their breibern of their faith in God andloy alty to the church. Twenty one years ago the Conference was weak in everything. But today she has 8000 member about a hundred ministers many ol whom have earned degrees from Colleges and ca- rccrs from actual seivices that rank with the most favored of any people. I The younger men of this Conference have worthy examples to emulate and there is abundant work to be accomplished. Prof. G L. Coleman Should be Re elected. Since character is built by the application .of influences tha...

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

a 11111 '., v . i . . i ' . Hkndv Restaurant. ". WimW A DIGGS, Proprietor m t&fl$& CMJY COURTS 35&Cs MetUttlje.yendoixieA- 3Kv ,rfoBirc.Ho.l 1 Ua. Muach 2nu and 4lh Fridav O'CIOCK. mri. a maunew vioiie, worth v councillor; Janie' Combs', .recorder of deeds. is: res. :. ft1''-. so r -PROGRESS NO. 5. .Metseach 1st and 3rd, Friday afternoon of each month at 2:30 o'clock.; Mrs. Lily' tjoboson, worthy v councillor; Mrs.- R, H Browning,. recorder of deeds. -1 ohIhntAl NO. 10. r Meets each 2nd and 4th Thurs day "afternoon of each month", at 2:30 o'clock! Mrs. Dollie' Yates, worthy councillor; Airs. Lulu Edwards, recorder of deeds.. .WHITE ROSE NO. 17. Meets eacb 1st. and 3d Thurday afternoons of each month at 2:30. Mrs NoreoWfti worthy coun. cillor. Mrs. PinkeV Qren. re- "corder of deeds. - ' i MASCOT COURT NO 132 . . Ardmore,AMo., Meets on the first and, c'ntrd ' Tuesdays of each month at 2:30 p mf in the Pythian hall. Mrs Fannie E Majors, worthy council ' lor; Mist Julia Hall...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 25 March 1907

L7V.I" l ANNUAL L.UPIPlE.nbCPlEn 1 I avavatt rMMil k.MBk M ti vCKvJVir.VBWW':JHHHKIMWWHHK IF NOT, WHY NOT? bames of Lodges, .Their Location,- Dates and Places of HoV "',1; BHiinHmKraH fe5 , ding their Monthly Meetings, the Names The.f & t iBHlMWH f' ' ' wedmbsdav, THURSDAY and vrI' ExeettUe Officers. Subject to Semiannual - " Sfy lMBPlliPi?liS iH . day. April 24, 5 and 26. r ,t. ..I" .4 BiiWfeWSfejfflMRB THURSDAY) APRIL. 25, 8 P. M, ' . . g UM-D Rhetorical Prue Contest. S- LoiM LVii?J5 HlliP?LCTl?L IHnirtkTa All Meet in the Pythian Tern XSoSv i; pie, 3137 Pine Street, at Jg-J? "J MONTHLY, AT , l Eight O'clock. BIGOT O CLOCK. r New Era No 40 Kansa's City ' -CT'WBt i H 'Br ilcfnr oneor W Dr. MIIm' AiiU-piiiB r i ll Ptos mfflTaV I m ... 1 5' 'f1 The Knights of Pythias, with wer 4,000 members in this State, 33 the most progressive Negto or pinization of today. We have (4) four departments: Subordinate Lodges, which look alter the sick and distressed and bury the dead. Uniform Rank, ...

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

p ; r 'VOL IV. ' ' ' ' " ' SEDALIA, M0-, MONDAY W v ' , , dflr,, j- sylvania, where he dedicates three Colored " tfjHfl ' churches, Returning homeward ftSrVif. I lie will attend the Bisnopsuonter Kf'- IHE enee-atfacksonville, 4 A - ft l 'HI . onset Mot, tt-i EBBS APRIL, r, :go7i NO. i- Soldiers Re-union- Official Visit. Bishop Dacyid H. Moore, Who presided & the Central Mis souri Conference, at Joplin, on M&rch, 20-25th, 1907. -Biojfr&phieal Sketch; Blackburn, Monroe Denny California circuit, G. W. Ball Carthage, Robert H. Young1 Clinton, William Divers Georgetown, Sam'l W. Hawkins Holden, Henry G. Gibson Joplin, Richard G. Smith NnobNoscer, Green Bnyard Lexington, Lerov Woolrich Malta Bend, Christopher Tayes Marshall. George W. Reeves Mt. Verron, Benj. F, Bateman Neosho, Andrew D. Holder Osceola, Luther R. Grant Sedalia. Tavlor Chap;), R. Davis Springfield, William H. Wheeler Sweet Springs circuit. R. Rush Versailles circuit, Dennis Payton Warrensburg, W. A. Bohannon We...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Conservator
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 1 April 1907

i 5.? Iv- I Sedalia Weekly Conservator, W. H. HUSTON, Editor & Publisher. Published every Monday morning and entered at the Si-da Ha Post Office as Sccend Class matter. brothers of a common fatherhood fend onr imhitiBn. ,AS Hi heavenward. Let us cease our strife and direct our energies properly Discrimination as it manifests itself is contrary to our constitu tionallaw; however much, sophists may endeavor to sear their' eon sciences by a resort to rhetorical differentiations. To say that this discrimination is in keeping with Divine Law is infidelity ranker than than the grossest Ingersolism. It is ba? ed upon selfishness. , All of this trouble has been brought because of the laziness of our European ancestors, who wished slave servants. We are here as a result of their sin and we mean to benefitted'?!" damned accord ing to the direction of the fates that rulcth the nations. moerseaei Brewing, vwwa timm?m- 'itaM refill t -J SUBSCRIPTION PRICES. One Year, 52 Consicutivc Copies, $...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Conservator
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 1 April 1907

i' ( V "Iff: ':' V 3M -"iJ5xiV; if : . . )'.- yJ 1 . 1 .! 1 1 1 i is " ..' '- -V t r- - ; i Names of Subordinate Courts- of the Order off Calanthe, T'6eir tiocatiottPlace and Date Of Meeting,' Exec ' utive Officers, etc, Subject to Serai-amfo-l , and Grand Court Changes. $0 Ha' KANSAS CITY COUNTS All Meet at the Vendome A cademy, 1734 0s ami Ave. j kudbwce no. 166. r .Vfieit8 each 2nd and 4th Friday p$vfttbobP of each month at 2:30 "imWXAiV. Mrs. mf '-worxnv counc 19 r J If. 1 S Matthew Dibble. councillor; Jauie Combs, recorder of deeds. PROGRESS no. 5. Meets each 1st and 3rd Friday afternoon of rnch month at 2:30 o'clock. Mia.' Lily Johnson, ' worthy, councillor; Mrs. R H Browning', recorder of deeds. ORIENTAL NO. 10. , .Meets each 2nd and 4th Thurs- ' . fiernnnn of each month at clock. Mrs. uoiiie Yates, worthy councillor; Mrs. Lulu ftf wards, recorder of deeds. WHITE ROSE NO. 17.' Meets eacblstand 3d Thurday afternoons of each month at 2:30. Mrs NorenaWest, worthy coun cillor. Mr...

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 April 1907

1i 1 ' ' Arc You a K. of P.? i. 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) tour departments: Subordinate Lodges, which look after the sick and distressed and bury the dead. II Uniform Rank, in this depart ment our young mm? arc receiving a military education which they can get in no other way, thus mak inc 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 we aro paving out thousands of dollars annually to Hie 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 SII.500 Pythian Home at 313" Pine Street, St. Louis. Mo., own ed and controlled by Pythians. S3 Per week sick dues paid by e...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Conservator
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 8 April 1907

, THE DANDY DIXIE MINSTRELS AND COTTON PICKERS' BAND, AT THE New Sedali&. THEATRE, Saturday, 13, Matinee l Night Balcony Reserved For Colored Peesle. For Both Matinee And Night : -on- PRICE OF ADMISSION: Matinee, Children, 25 Cents. , o Adults, 50 Cents. Nijkt, Balcony, 50 and 75 Cts. o Gallery, 25 Cents. 40. Minstrel Meister Singers. : 40. BEST ALL-STAR Negro Minstrel Vaudeville Sang, Dance, Pun Show Ever Seen. SINGERS, SWEET DANCERS, DANDIES. FUNNY PH EL LOWS, Sens&Jional Specialties Ebony Ecsiacies tr.i 1$ fit PARAGON ARADBRS. merry diantaiion . instrbls. Tastimes. DISTINGUISHED DIXIE DARKIES e Band arid a "F O W L Deed." r DIRECTION , mum? NOLAN. The "Barnun and Bailey" of Real Negro Minstrelsy. Queen Of The 0 zarks Head From. ivy: I BROTHER B. F. ADAMS HAS GOTTEN HIS UNIFORM RANK AFOOT. ..:z'"'fK. . Editor of the Conservatcr, Mv dkar brother: Hon. A. W. Lloyd, Grand Chancellor of the Knights ol Pythias of Missou ri, wrote me recently, that you 'would like to have ait ar...

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 April 1907

1 t, Sedalia Weekly Conservator, W. H. HUSTON, Editor ft Publisher Published every Monday morning and entered at the Seda lia Post Office as Sccend Class matter. SUBSCRIPTION PRICES. One Year, 52 Consecutive Copies, $1.00. Six Months, 20 Consecutive Copies, $.65. Greater Sedalia Lodjtf Na. 42 and Utopia Court No 19 Hold. Impressive Service. Taylor's Chapel was well tilled with people yesterday afternoon to witness the Second Anniversary service of their organization in this city. Both lodge, court and friends turned cut in splendid order. Fully torty Knights find twenty Calantheans were in line. All present were given copies of the special printed programs pro Tided bv the local committee, headed by Richard Ferguson. Ur. 1 !kf. Harris acted as master of ceremonies aud he perform ed his task in an acceptable manner. Brief addresses were made by Prof A. C. Maclin, chancellor commander, and Editor W. H. Hus ton. Rev Richard Divis, pastor of Taylor's chapel, and one of our newest Knight...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Conservator
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 8 April 1907

Names of Subordinate Qduns , of. .the Order of Calanthe, Their Location, Place aod Date of Meeting, Exec vtive Officers, -tetc, Subject 16 Semianuiiai ' and. Grand Court Changes. &. & KANSAS CITY; COURT'S i. ;aii neei at me v tnoome i- 19 '4 ( , .RUDKHOt NO. 166. . Meets each 2trd and 4th Friday , afternoon o-each month at 2:30 o'clock. Mrs. S Matthew Dibble, worthy councillor; Janie Combs, recorder of deeds. Vrocrbss no. 5. Meets each 1st and 3rd Friday afternoon of ratih month at 2:30 o'clock,- Mrs. Lily Johnson, . 'worthy councillor; Mrs. R H Browning, reoorder. of deeds. ORIKKTftL 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. wmtre rose no. 17. ... Meets eacb'lstand 3d Thurday afternoons of each month at 2:30. Mrs NorenaWest, worthy coun. cillor, Mrs. dinkey ureen, re corder of deeds. MASCOT COURT NO 132 Ardmore, Mo., Meets, on the first and third Tuesdays ...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Conservator
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 8 April 1907

,4 vl .V, , Are You a K. of P.? IF NOT, WHY NOT? The Knights of Pythias, with over 4,000 members in tnis htate is the most progressive Negro or gantzation of today. We have C-0 four departments Subordinate Lodges, which look alter the sick and distressed and tury the dead. . II Uniform Rank, in this depart ment our young mer arc receiving a military education which they can get in no other way , thus man inc them better and more usciui citizens. Ill Ladies' Courts, for the wives, widows, daughters and sisters of Knights, who arc being- educated lor the common duties ol me. IV Endowment. In this depart ment we ar paying outthousands f dollars annua'lly to ihe widows and heirs of deceased Knights. MISSOURI JURISDICTION. 6 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 3l3 Pine Street, St. Louis. Mo., own ed and controlled by Pythians. $3 Per week sick dues paid by evci...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Conservator
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 15 April 1907

WmwHMMmmmmKirm li U nit !2-H"-t-T-t KTffloCT mmmmmmmmmfi:MV .. - sbdaim, mo, monday april, ,5t :9oy, NaT Mllilii "w-vMleriVco Good and Sensible Talk. V" ' - ' H?)fciliy.'. .Patterson, Ell fi(WT, THURSDAY AMD FRI- . . - ; . ,aAt,Aprri24 5 and'.-;. "ExtpiinatiorisK w-v:v::f'. -: Societies Joiat, Anm .41 T.lfAtiltV,1 IWralyv'i-X Athletic Field Day, KV&NTS. Sack Race, ; . Hurdle Race; v 100 Yaid- Daht . .Base-Ball Game, by selcted- , ' teams. Not leas tfiari three may ' com "pete . jn any event, and.no person , .. inay compete for more han two -prizes. " . ' x ,'atTNpATi APRIt 28, 10:30-a. m. Baccalaureate Hl.Aiireary Address ' ' V'.MOlTOAV.-AHttL 39, , fe f i r fW itfian Academic Class Day. A ' . 'V '"'. ' . . ' tllESStm. ' ,-" ' I r J.:p?:n; ;f rusUicMeeting and pg;- ;JAf-;uatr!aixhibit;: llfir C'fe4 r School m -r Acaemy Gradna, ife Uegf- Oration, j Hirsts ,lV Preaentation ot certificate and d.plomas, , conferring of degrees and award o . .prizes. . 'rl-t,0 t ' Candidates for "Gra...

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 April 1907

1$ Sedalia Weekly Conservator, W. H. HUSTON, Editor & Publisher Published every Monday morning' and entered at the Seda lia Post Office as Secend Class matter. ' SUBSCRIPTION PRICES. One Year, 52 Consecutive Copies, $1.00. Six Months, 26 Consecutive Copies, $.65. The Puplic Schools, as They Affect the Community. Public education is an absolute necessity in republics. Public education, if improperly directed, is also a menace to well organiz ed society. Viewed hurriedly the propositions enumerated above seem to be contradictory in the extreme. Yet if we but weigh them carefully, we shall see they are truths worthy of our consid eration. Our country is run by the ballot. The ballot is cant by the individual citizen for men and measures that shape our great poli cies, industrial, financial, diplomatic, moral and religious. Since such is true it )s very necessary that every citizen be educated. This education is accessible to all by tlie medium of the Public schools of our land, Our...

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