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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington weekly news. — 15 March 1912

' "'.- - . ' Job Prifitrnrj VOX-. It tBXINGTON i KYu FRIDAY. MARCH 13 1012 NO-O 77 7E? Wir.J&T Printing THE FBEEDMEII'S . AID SOCIETY fiiw tte Uiiiit of the Negroes r b the Soiitli: is Being ic- tatepished is Many In L ititqtionj 6gress of the race ;The fallowing article, taken ijota buBday'tiisu (March 10) (&ey CUcinnnti Enquirer, tolcf rAiaje th Freedmen's Kid Satiety,' -tab :'. heaequarters of trhUh ri located in the Queen GisyywiU be of interest to all ; J U 4y" be news to many Cin ' iiatiatiens to know that one of tfc largest and most successful itneies for .the uplift of the Jijres in the Somth is the jrreedtaen'i Aid Society whose ' hsadquarttrs are at the Method is Booh Coacern, in this city. IBefinning 46i years ago, in Triaity - Church, , on Ninth Sireet, with a borrowed capital tf $800, the society has to-day 3? institutions, 453 teachers, Md 6,623 pupils. These insti latitat with a real estate ralu tie of $1,325,965, are placed in strategic centers in the sev era...

Publication Title: Lexington Weekly News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington weekly news. — 15 March 1912

TV : -..V. ; : 'I . . Lexington Weekly News Page 2 v - & . . TSiiit'HOHE Bo2frdof -Managers Has Re- ; ce'ivetf Almost $1,000 Tc , tfafd. Rebuilding Fund and r Appoints Committee to Mak Systematic Canvass. ThVr'Board of Managers of the ColoreaOrphans' Industrial Home re quest . the LEADER to express - its graUtu.de, to the generous friends wiio have contributed to date U:c sum of - $987.&0 ' toward the fund' to rebuild th Tnaitr structure of the institution, whleh;wa9 destroyed by fire two weeks ago- jrhe. money . has been deposited in bank to be. ; used exclusively for building purposes. At a meeting of the board last week a special Committee w as 'appointed to make a: systematic canvass for funds to aid in the building project, which will be commenced as. soon as tht weather will permit. It is believed that man friends of tilie home will be glad to -contribute when given an op portun-ity. The committee appointed consists of George H. Minus, H. A. Tandy, Dr. P. D. Robinson, ...

Publication Title: Lexington Weekly News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington weekly news. — 15 March 1912

Lexington Weekly News I V V X Opening Suit to Measure Overcoat to measure aFIT jlPHOENIX tfOTEt !(AUFfl WORKMANSHIP GUARANTEED 7-- - . ' . FB AN K GR EGO OT BUILDING LEXINGTON KY. CONTRIBUTED If: TEff EST--. OF MR R. P. STOLL make the club permanent by choosing a J tjound to force new., alignments . and by mutual agreement a primary in the place where, the members can come at Xeak down , the old : party -barriers, entire .disU-ict if possible,, but failing n ,v, ti,. 'oiv Vhat contest, as I conceive it, Involves j in that, then a primary at least In Lex- all hours of the day. and night, - The ca.1 tle one great question -which-includes I ington- and , Fayette-.- county. This PRESIDENT TAFT SHOULD BE RENOMINATED,, : Home kiljed.meats; bacon and landf also fresh stock of groceries and all kinds of vegetabl esiri s eas oh. Call arid: sec us. Phone:i279 To MAX KrPLUS Big REMOVAL SALE Of New and Second Furnishing Good. Everything at Hat Price. Don't wait too long and miss ihz Bargain. O ...

Publication Title: Lexington Weekly News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington weekly news. — 15 March 1912

LEXINGTON WEEKLY NEWS Successor to ' the ; STANDARD DAVIS, RHID & WILLIS. Props. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY AT 406 West Maia Street LEXINGTON, KY. X.W.Dmvia, Editor, D.r.Reid, Sec. One Year . . Six Months . One Months .$1.23 , " .75 ADVERTISING RATES -' Given on Request. Entered as Swivl C:iis msvc'. A ill 1908, at the Pos. Uihee at i-rxmgtcn, Keiluckv. ' The Lexington News Cdmpanyha e added another to the firm. Ed Willis. ' superintendent of the Patchen Vilke- Stock Farm, has purchased one third in terest. Mr. Willis knows something of the newspaper business, having owned and conducted one in Frankfort several years ago. Aside from that he' has al ways taken an . active part in every movement proposed for the betterment of the race. He is a prominent lodge and church : man and is widely- known throughout the country as an expert trainer of fine horses. He needs no in troduction to this community. " - o The News speaks for the Negro in business and from time to time our re porter wi...

Publication Title: Lexington Weekly News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington weekly news. — 31 May 1912

1 Job TON NEWS Job Printing Printing VOL. I NO. 14 LEXINGTON, KY., JUUDA.Y, MAY 31, 1912 PKICK 15c fEIt MONTH LEXEMG V APPEAL TO Newspaper Cannot Alone. Local Newspaper at Last Put on Substantial Basis. For many years repeated attempts? hav been made here to successfully J conduct a weekly newspaper for col- fcred people, to carry the news of gen- eral interest not uusually noticed by the big dailies; to shape and mold wemimeni respecting me Deuer inier-1 est Of the race both locally and gen-,tne nuiy;,to militate against vice ana rim, and to urge on to Higher lev- tAtf the negligent and thriftless of the ra. But apparently repeated failure Baa resulted irom eacn ana every at - femnt. Various pauses for these fail- f8 have been given and discussed ; L"1,e' uu peiuu.ps t hub Very factor necessary to the success synopsis of all of which may be found; ful operation of such a paper for co in a general lack of cohesiveness and j operation and assistance. He pro-co-operation on the part o...

Publication Title: Lexington Weekly News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington weekly news. — 31 May 1912

0 1 v Lexington Weekly News Page ttXINGTON" - WEEKLY .NEWS our race morally, nhysically and this community, but would Increase the. town in general. The dance, as a success in every particular, and broidery, silk, etc. Please some pre-, flnanoiaiiv" but intellectually we have efficiency by such co-operation. The has been above mentioned, was one $4C0. was raised. fared to help this worthy cause. Re-1 rSiicreor to tk STANDARD enough of that for the present; so we Orphans Home, the Day Nursery, the of the Best given in the 'city in years, Mrg. Daisy M. Saffe!!, secretary of wfL , f!,r ' MrS' C LSnccefaor to ..th. o 1 A.1AKL J g an6Ver8 tJm varlous per. Christian Zeal, the Men's Brotherhood and was particularly noticeable on ac- the colored Funeral Directors' Asso- n- Supply Secret.. . ,. rnnnoptod vhorp the Questions "no tne juorai improvement, count ot me auneuce or au oojecuoc- elation of Kentucky, and also a mem- Mrs. Hulrta Smith as gs rears PUBLISHED EVERY. FRIDAY 4-6 vv-t Mii -S...

Publication Title: Lexington Weekly News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington weekly news. — 31 May 1912

Lexington Weekly News Page 3 Tailoring $30.00 : $35.00 YOU'LL BE HIGHLY PLEASED TOO JBy the fit, superior workmanship and elegant material of our high-class Made-toMeasure regular fittings with all garments. Till wool Suitings, extra buality linings in every garment. ALL IS U.1T S LL. GARMENTS PRK8Si;i) FRER ONE YEAR . ..i ..i. i i.i.i.ih.' ii .I J U4- nr:i g 111. S llltl 237 W: SHORT, OPP. COURTHOUSE Undertakers MUB-lUT Gor. Limestone & GJiuch Sts The old reliable UNDERTAKERS of Lexington are doing business at tne same old stand, 'ever to serve the public Black and white Funeral Cars, Rub--jjer Tired Carriages, Surrey?, Buggies, Traps, Stanhopes and Uuckboards all in crood order PRICES IN BOTH DEPARTMENTS TO SUIT. Office Both Phones 364. Residence New Phone 648 Open Day CHARL ES PAPER MAX KAPLUM, The. ffing of Second Band Clothing Has moved from 253 N. Limestone to 120 S. Upper Street and am now ready to serve all my old customers. Call and see our grand displav of New and Seco...

Publication Title: Lexington Weekly News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington weekly news. — 31 May 1912

- Lexington Weekly News PageL4 f 1 y;;L; LEXINGTON ED) , KY., TUESDAY' JURE 4. 1912 9 All BEAUTIFUL BUILDING LOTS on the liberal terms of one fourth cash, one-fourth in 6 months, one-fourth in 12 mouths, and oae-fourth in 18 months. This is a rare opportunity to get a home at a reasonable price. The satisfaction of living in your own home is worth the effort it requires to secure one. Rents are hiah which makes real estate desirable as an investment. MANY HAVE MADE GOOD MONEY OX REAL ESTATE. If you get sick we extend your payments as long as you are unable to work from said sicknees, and in case you die before your lot is paid for, we will deed the lot to your family without another payment from them. Good Invesfmen! Get in on the ground floor while these lots are cheap, and do not wait until the other fellow has bought cheap, and you then pay hinr a profit. There is no better or safer investment than Real Estate. The safest investment on earth is in the earth itself- Others have ma...

Publication Title: Lexington Weekly News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington weekly news. — 17 August 1912

i ? Job WB EMW Job Printing VOL. I NO. 25 LEXINGTON, KY.; SATURDAY, AUGUST, 17, 1912 PRICE 15c PER MONTH LEXINGTON uu. PrinrinP J A' I At'' KENTUCKY'S CAPITAL. GENERAL BAPTIST ASSOCIATION CLOSING OF THE GEORGE- TOWN "CHAUTAUQUA M . CHURCH CONVENTION. E. The General Baptist Association has brought to this city the largest number of intelligent ministers and visitors ! that has ever assembled here A general welcome is ex tended .the visitors, in every nook and-corner, from fhe hearts of every loyal citizen-'' The session will be gin at Rev. "W. T. Silvey's church, opposite the Governor's mansion U E Church held their ses- JSTew "Zion Kentucky. It fas' one of the largest bodies of 'Missionary Women thai has ever assembled in a meeting of this na ture in the State. They had a most profitable session and much good, it is to be hoped, will result there from. The Negro Chautauqua at George town 'was a grand success. The great educational feast continued for eight days. Some of the best spe...

Publication Title: Lexington Weekly News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington weekly news. — 17 August 1912

V r 1 3 Lexington Weekly News ' ' ! I-:- - 25 '.'-V,? LEXINGTON WEEKLY NEWS Successor to the STANDARD PUBLISHED KVfliY SATURDAY AT W'W'nt'Main Street - LEXINGTON, KY. War MoxTGoSiEkv. Jacks n M sa(hc Km to One Year . Six Months One Month .$1.25 .ir - ' ADVERTISING RATES ' Given on Request.' - Entered as Srond Class matter, April 1908, at the Post Office at Lexington, Kentucky. . ROOSEVELT AND HH ATTITUDE TOWARD THE NEGRO VOTE. Colonel Rosevelt has written a let ter on the Neji-ro question In which he savs he would eliminate' the Nvgro in the South for the presents at least, while holding on to tvii in th" North, iiid it has brought oVit some vloro.ia jo. anient tn and out vt Congress. '1 he i i . i . . . ... i . . . . . ; - fi,x .'(. t no in The- south. r,t he win gnaw a lii-.-. ite -caught for wholesale slaughter. ment, and promoting' the .white offi cers who were mors .than guilty. Jl the Negro was guilty at all it -only went to scow that Mr. . Roosevelt's friendship for the Negro...

Publication Title: Lexington Weekly News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington weekly news. — 17 August 1912

j V. T " - y. Lexington Week fAy News Page A V4 i - r' '. ' I . . V X PAPER CURRENCY i TO BE REFORMED Jlans to R3doc3 S!Z3 of Old Nsfssby Cae-'ihird. WILL EFFECT A B!8 SAVING. Ninelurvdrscf Thousand a Year to the Government end $200,000 to the Na tional. Banks Also to Havs Uniform , Design For Each Denomination. The size of nil rnifed States curren cy and nation;! I bank note-; probably will be reduced by" one-third and their designs revolutionized for the sake of economics to. the government, conven lehce to the -public and safety against counterfeirins. This decision practi- j cally has Veen reached by Ihe secre- j of the treasury. Mr. Macveagh. proposed to make the dimensions j inches. The papier money - ivciUailon measures 7.28 by The designs of all paper Suites notes and cer- bauk notes d and made uni- "uation. ve is expected to save the government about ?900,000 annually and the national banks, which pay for the plates for their notes and part of the cost of redemption, about ...

Publication Title: Lexington Weekly News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington weekly news. — 17 August 1912

- - - ? ; j Lexington Weekly News Page 4 1 I 4Sri Annuel lExtiiMtion THE LO RED A. 4 M. FAIR ASSOCIATION (Incorporated) LEXINGTON, KY. Sept. 10. 11. 12. 13, & 14 Thig will be the greatest Exhibition yet given by this world famous organization. Races of all kinds, running, trotting and pacing. Free attractions unexcelled. Hamilton's Military Band. Reduced Rate on all railroads and traction lines. T. J. WILSON, PRES. A. L. ml I . 9 El Zl Reed I Funeral Directors AndEmb aimers Prompt Service, Polite and Court(r .Is Treatment. 186 Dewecse St.y - Lexington, Ky. Phones: Old 226-2, New 2336 Y; Night, Old 1239-2, New 2110 k. t. conclave. 15 Cents Per Month XKUll bring you tbe JOB PRINTING AND ADVERTISING. PLEASANT GREEN CHURCH NEWS (BY MARY B. BARBOUR) The services throughout the day last Sunday were conducted by the pastor. Strong and able ser mons were preached. Rev. Offutt - is a forceful speaker and efficient minister in every way. The day was very much enjoyed. The Sunday-school wa...

Publication Title: Lexington Weekly News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
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