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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lexington standard. — 27 January 1900

JjyTH YEAR H AfftLT B A 1 i i n i v ' rs. .x v : iz i. fi Vir'Avi X AVi ,. avxrv W 'ati'tt.. t tt Nt CG cao 'trial. si ..'- f j PWmJXI IM r i VY M7S H. -" Wfi fi; "i nr,ii "11 1 u ' ' the v l:Ui :t!t , I Jutru 1 'Ul feu Wlff '" i jH.' wa k,, Stta e... w fee pp. ley n uit v. !. "'ir. VBi. . 1 )?ERLOADED THE Men, not Party; Principle, not Party Name. Great Fire 5818 Now Open normous Itock Marked Down iVi.li.nh ver did and nobody ever will have the chance at such fine goods at the Low Prices Quoted Twrtitylive Salesmen insure prompt service. . jfo exchanged. No Giinds sent on approval. No iTiiurfs sold on credit. Early purchasers will have choice, and we will lft only twenty people in at one time, and select tlinse nearest the door. raves, cox & CO. LbUsHed. in 1867 FOR FINE ITCH and CLOCK WORK GO TO , N. Williams, Opposite Opera Houbb. mmve your Eyes If Sight Is Failing. for Old Gold and Silveb. tag wgyw .? ygs ggcs fa 'l.',' - 5J . I K A --Nv ?v V n j. iNk ' jurm i r v V am K asv...

Publication Title: Lexington Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lexington standard. — 27 January 1900

. Blue Grass Grocery Company, Maine Corn 8c, Winter Luxury 10c, a can. Tomatoes, 4-lb can 8c 2-lb can 6c. Blackberries 7c, White Cherries 25c. Bartlttt Pears 15c, California Peaches 18c. Little Nell Peas 5c, Wagner Peas 15c Maine Mince Meat, per pound 10c Flour, Patent 25-lb 55c, Family 25-lb 50c Best R. & H. Asparagus per ponnd 30c Royal Baking Powder per pound 45c Condenred Milk per can 10c 67 East Short, 266 East Main and Telephone 465. Goods Delivered " I3SS2E Armour's Canned Sonps 10c. Oxtail Mock Turtle Consomme, Boston Baked Beans per can 7c Succotash, Corn and Beans, per can 9c California Evaporated peaches Pound 10c. Rnisin, 12 Jc, Muscatel 19c, a ponnd. Prune, Tnrkish 10c, California 7$c , Evaporated Apricots per ponnd 20c. Oyster quart 25c, Cranberries quart 8$. Oranges. Lemons, Apples, Potatoes cheap. Corner Hpriog and Maxwell Streets. Promptly. Leaders in Low Prices. WHITE'S ETJTROIkPELAJSr Hotel and Restaurant, MEAL8 SERVED AT ALL HOURS. Rafes Reasonable .... ... B...

Publication Title: Lexington Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lexington standard. — 27 January 1900

BgreaCaIle8 ((FACING SECTIONAL LINES pi STUDENTS - rttf 22 STATES . 7 to 8 a. m. Hours 12 to 1 p. m. ( 5 to 6 " 7 W. Short Street. Lexington Ky. tJiJ r? ,g; v rat DHBHBfUnw C An Uusectarian Settlement of College Students od ?"' ',cy families, and from the North, with Normal and ial "& which reaches all classes. Location and management 4 t T 'student's expeuses very, reasonable. For particulars address Geo f Fairchild, LL D.. Secretary, Berea, Ky. The American Mutual Aid Association Of St- HjOixis, Lo, Pays Accident, Sick and Death Benefits Weekly. ; It will pay you promptly whenever you get hurt. It is the Best Compaay lor everybody to insure in. Free Medical Attention to its Members Call on GEO. E GUINN, Oraganizer. Ofhce BALLARD'S PHARMACY- from any Physician Accurately Filled by Skilled Pharmacists. Pure Drugs, Patent Medicines, Toilet Articles, Etc. S. MILL STREET Telephone 654 LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY HAIR STORE. WeSTocK oF6 Wigs, Hair Switches, Waves and Bangs, Hair Repairing a...

Publication Title: Lexington Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lexington standard. — 27 January 1900

5s J; M I ! r 1 ti i ft I t - I r it m y- 1 -VT .;. ft"IWJw s-" ill Meals MBHlk. w r , . ' ,' ! !"&-- i. --Jg - A ratlttgf'HM" DRETO1MO ' Dellgtttfuiry PSrfuiriBd; WtttNUU6&CUftLY HAIR STRAIGHT. HotMng eqfii Tirlt. PosttlTely the Tetr"bcBt?prepM atlon ob the- mar ket jar rtralghtenl ng; laylgoratnig us bntlfyiasriiifr'taJr. Atwolntely free from cbemtcaJa j o prire and hannleea tlit It can be ned every day wltlj norfect Karfacilon. It sof traa the bard and firy; preTents H from breaking off and tailing out, renA Cer soft, pliable ana UKy. rtourjumnB toe roots ana rirtntr It renewed life and vltror. often starting a new growth" and restoring the hair to Its natural color. FnU glrectjons with each bottle. Price 25 and 50 cents, or three 50c bottJes for SI. Send money by postoffice money order or rea!tcri letter. "Write your name and ad drew plainly. Agenta -wanted. MANUrACTUF.CO ONLY BY . GHIGA60 HAIR POMADE CO.. 171 Aberdeen St.. CHICAGO Louis Zinzer DEALER IN FURNITURE Stoves...

Publication Title: Lexington Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lexington standard. — 21 October 1911

i STANl f T I M 3oh JTruilterj vol. 17. no 12 LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 2l, 1911 $1.25 PER YEAR JAKB ORIGIN OF THE COLORED RACE D- 1 f ln-t.io r ifc rV ne oemana Dy tnw coiorea people r. J . W. jar VIS UIVeSV-.it their constitutional jr-bts be re- the Facts Against Assumptions EOLO CHALLANCE TO CRITICS Pontiac, Mich. The Rev. J. W. Jar Tis, S. T. B., who has given consider able thought to the origin, progress and development of the various races cf the world along many lines, writes the following article concerning legis lation again 6t Intermarriage between white and colored persons. For the benefit of those who rejoice In the destruction of personal privi lege as to one marrying the person of his choice he sayt: 'AVfe pen the following historical re search and will heartily welcome dis cussions from theologians and histor ians on the subject -. "The Greek for man is anthropos, and the Scriptures declare that 'God made of one blood all nations.' That includes individua...

Publication Title: Lexington Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lexington standard. — 21 October 1911

Lexington Standard DANIEL I. REID, Publisher. LEXINGTON. - KENTUCKY farmers are having a glorious pic nic treason. cantaloupe would stick around,JU 1 Speed baa Hi Tlctiins whether of lb air. the rail, the race track or fast life. Speaking of speed records, there Is the b.n d It who robbed two restau rants In 20 minutes. The chap who sips his coffee at breakfast behind a newspaper Is now j classed with the end-seat hoc Atwood says he Is not going to 7 any more. Maybe there is one man who knows when he has had enough. A St. Louis man committed suicide because his wife was too affectionate. In other words, she loved him to death. An Akron (O.) man was found walk ing In his sleep with baby In hlfl arms. That's our notion of a model husband! A physician finds that there is an other standard life prolonger sauer kraut The discovery was made In Cincinnati. A London girl smoked a calabash pipe on the streets of that city. And still they say over there that Ameri can glrla are forward. "Avta...

Publication Title: Lexington Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lexington standard. — 21 October 1911

n;;j7Ci::::L!::2v;iTnr:Y" PLEAGAUTYORK GOOD SALARIES Checffenrs and parage men In f i tat dem and. hlore cars sold la 191 1, no far, than la any previous rear, aad ixll models nj-e bow being deliv ered. Trained Men r wanted. lore than ibi men (li-clndlng It reg ular menWi of Cincinnati Police Ie partment) hare completed cur coarse this summer. - Chaufleors earn front 600 to t:25 a month. Next 6 weeks class starts soon. Write today for booklet, -AotomofcUIng Wild Pay." Y. BL C. A, A'JT6s08!LE SCHOOL t09 WALNUT CINCINNATI, OHIO God ia closer to us than any tro ti tle can be. And He's Not Atone. Howell What do you think- of him? Powell He has all of the eccentri cities of genius without the genius. Didn't Break It Around Her. Ella Our friend, the pitcher, has a "glais arm." Stella I didn't notice It when he called on me last evening. Folly of Vain Regrets. The late John W. Gates, an Incur able optimist, harped continually on the futility of pessimism. One of Mr. Gates's epigrams, still...

Publication Title: Lexington Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lexington standard. — 21 October 1911

I Lexington Standard r JPBUSHiil) EVt-iY SVf.'KDAY AT -4 'JO WRST i'A li M. D. I, RKIH, n-itf r sn.i IV.p. MIGHT AS WELL "i t . -i : it ? q " i n P Sub' c: ip' :oi Rates One Year Six Months Three M oaths. d C J PARK P.R Adv. Aft. . Advsrtisia? Pates : Given O.i F.eq'iet Entered s rnrtd-Hass matte r Ari ! I9;'3, it the pot-onW at Lexington, Kentucky. Why Should The NEGRO VOTE AT ALL NOW I 1 A n V.'ell, the democrats "claim" that they wouldn't have the negro vote this year and the republicans "make likej they can do without it. Now, suppose we nominate a ticket of our own and vote a dummy through. The follow ing sugeEtion stands good if nothing : better can b8 found. J. C. Jackson Mayor. V: H. Halard City Clerk. 3 E. W7 Chenault Treasurer. J. A. Chiles City Attorney, (i. P. Russell City Representative. J. R. Caulder City Assessor. K. F. Bell State Senator. BOARD OF ALDERMEN J. E. Hunter, P. D. RobinBon. W. A. .Ic es and J. T. Clay. BOARD OF COUNC1LMEN ". M. Allen, Lewis Williams, Jr.....

Publication Title: Lexington Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lexington standard. — 21 October 1911

BTAN H i AMU) 3ob Jlrtathtg MOT. 3oh Pntitittg VOL. 17, NO 12 LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1911 $1.25 PER YEAR ORIOIN OF THE COLORED RACE D I i . I P inne r. J - W. Jar VIS UlveS the FaCtS Against Assumptions BOLD CHALLANCE TO CRITICS Pontiac, Mich. The Rev. J. W. Jar vis, S. T. B., who has given consider able thought to the origin, progress and development of the various races cf the world along many linesr writes . the. following article concerning legis lation against intermarriage between white ' and colored persons. ' For the beneflt of those who rejoice '. in the destruction of personal privi lege as to one marrying the person of his choice he says: . ,"r "We pen the following historical re search and will heartily welcome dis . missions from theologians and histor- ians on the subject. - ' ,-. - "The Greek for man is anthropoB, and t.e Scriptures declare that God made of one blood all nations. That includes individuals and takes in Ethiopians, and we assert that...

Publication Title: Lexington Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lexington standard. — 21 October 1911

Lexington Standard DANIEL. I. REID, Publisher. LEXINGTON. - KENTUCKY Farmers are having a glorious pic nic season. ' , Winter would not be so bad if.' cantaloupe would stick aroundJL--- Speed has Its victims whether of the air. the rail, the race track or fast life. .- Speaking of speed records, there is the bandit who robbed two restau rants In 20 minutes. The chap who- Bips his coffee at breakfast behind a newspaper is now classed with the end-seat hog. Atwood says he is not going to fly any more. : Maybe there is one man who knows when he has had enough. A St. Louis man committed suicide because his wife was too affectionate. In other words, she loved him to death. . An Akron (O.) man was found walk ing in his sleep with baby in his arms. That's our notion of a model husband! - A physician finds that there is an other standard life prolonger sauer kraut. The discovery was made in Cincinnati. ' A London girl smoked a calabash pipe on the streets of that city. And still they say ov...

Publication Title: Lexington Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lexington standard. — 21 October 1911

iUTOnoniLKiauiTnPiiY" PLEASANT WORK GOOD SALARIES: Chauffeurs and parage men In great demand. Hore cars sold in 191 1. bo far, than in any prevtouu year, - and 1913 model are now being deliv ered. Trained Men wanted. More than 150 men (including 1 rear-, ular members of Cincinnati Police De partment) hare completed car course - this summer. - Chauffeurs . earn from 860 to (125 a month. Next 6 weeks' class starts soon. Write today for booklet, 'Automoblling With Fay. Y. BL C. A. AUTOMOBILE SCHOOL 109 WALNUT CINCINNATI. OHIO God is closer to us than any trou ble can be. And He's Not Alone. ' . Howell What do you think of him? Powell He has all ot the eccentri cities of genius without the genius. Didn't Break It Around Her. Ella Our friend, the pitcher, has a "glais arm." , . , Stella I didn't notice it when he called on me last evening. Folly of Vain Regrets. The late John W. Gates, an incur able optimist, harped continually on the futility of pessimism. One of Mr, Gates's epigrams, s...

Publication Title: Lexington Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lexington standard. — 21 October 1911

Lexington Standard, 1 ri fPBrjSHSD EVEiY SATURDAY AT 1 406 WSST MAI bi". " .LBXINGTO-'?. KY-. D. I, REID, E-iitcr ami Prop. PEESIDEnT ' Subscription Rates One Year . - - : Six Months .... - - Three Months C. J PARKKR Adv. Apt . Advertising Kates : Given On Request Entered as eerord-la3 matter A pri 1908, at tbe post-office at Lexington, Kentucky. Why Should The NEGRO VOTE AT ... ALL NOW "This is a white man's country; it has always been ruled by white men, and will always be so ruled." "Regard . as an enemy to your race any. white man who endeavors to procure your vote by promise of offices , to colored men." "Realize that the hope of the colored race lies in the gospel of in dustry, honestly preached by Booker "Washington, and not along pontic lines." (Applause.) The above declaration was made by Mr. John H. Flood, one of the Fusion Republican speakers in his speech Thursday night in the grand fusion roiiv at t.hp onera house, which form- TI..U.Ji1,.iiinmenwear. Notice the R cord b...

Publication Title: Lexington Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lexington standard. — 28 October 1911

STANJDARU 3nb printing Job printing VOL. 17. NO. 14 LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY, SATURDAYr OCTOBER 28, 1911 $1.25 PER YEAR I ON 73 Cornerstone LAID AT LINCOLN INSTI TUTE IN SHELBY COUN TY BY THE PRESIDENT OF BEiiEA COLLEGE IN , PRESENCE OF DISTIN GUISHED' GATHERING.' tion to an endless procession of young souls marching rroni childhood into -the world's work. Such a task may well warm even a heart cf stone and e may Imagine that this rocK re joices with us to-day in Its heaven- i appointed service. j Arl tills stone will be more than a ' gitnt carrying a wall on liis .'tioul- i . ders. It will be a preacher also. We I have read in the Good Book about 1 Btones "that cry out cf the, wall." Th!s j will be a shouting Btone, preaching , its great truths to every passer-by. j And what will It say? It will say, i i first of all, that there is such a- thing j 4 j Rg neighborly co-operation and the j i Joining of hands for good causes in j DR. P. D. ROBINSON WRITES OF; this world. It ccsts a great p...

Publication Title: Lexington Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lexington standard. — 28 October 1911

Lexington Standard ' DANIEL I. REID, Publisher. -LEXINGTON. - v"-""T'o We an stand for female aviator, but not (or aTU.tr. This U the Identical cold wave you vers witting (or last Jul?. Thi la a beautiful world to live la. when one's liter Is working all right. Some mistakes can be corrected, but eating toadstools Is cot one of them. Ilow fortunate (or oyster lovers that the successive months have an R la them! TJnfortnaately weepy, maudlin weather cannot be put Into a cell to ober un Oar Idea of a Tersatlle man Is a poet who can eat a second plate of boiled cabbage. Foeslbly one reason why aeroplanes are not being made safer Is that acci dents help swell the gate receipts: Women would do well to let avia tion alone until men have made a greater, success of It A paragrapher asks: "What Is a perfect wife?" The only answer we can give Is: "How old Is Ann?" Flying from New York to San Fran cisco is just as dangerous as flying from San Francisco to New York. An Illinois Judge has decide...

Publication Title: Lexington Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lexington standard. — 28 October 1911

Toat!Dfl ths Teachers. Tli ere was a meeting of tb new teachers and the old. It was a sort of love feast, reception or whatever you call it. Anyhow, all the teachers rot together and pretended they didn't hare a care In the world. After the eats were et the sympoaiarch proposed a toast: "Long Lire Our Teachers!" It was drank enthusiastically. One of the new teachers was called on to respond. He modestly accepted. His answer was: "What onr ARE YOU FREE FROM Headaches, Colds, Indigestion, Pains, Constipation, Sour Stomach, Dizziness? If you are not, die most eedre, prompt and pleasant me&od of getting rid of them is to take, now and then, a desertspoon ful of the erer refreshing and truly bene&cial laxative remedySyrup of Figs and Elixir of Senna. It u well known throughout the world as the best of family laxative reme dies, because it acts so gently and strengthens naturally without irri tating the system in any way. To get its beneficial effects it is always necessary to buy...

Publication Title: Lexington Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lexington standard. — 28 October 1911

Lexington Standard. ITBT.TSHKD KVKRY SATURDAY AT 4U6 WKST MAIN ST. LEXINGTON, KV. D. I, REID, Editor and Prop. Subscript icn Rttcs Oaz Year Six Months . three Months C. J. PAR.xIiR Adv. Agt. Advertising Kates : i ven O X- qu--.! Ent rt-.i ts soco.d-olas.- inatter A pri . U08, ht ne jOit-ollice at Lexington, K untuck j NOTHING IN IT FOR US. A Few Extracts from the Opera House Speech of Mr. Henry T. Duncan, Jr., Candidate for Mayor on the Republi can Ticket. "You see upon this stage to-night a number of Negro men who are among the leaders of their race in this city. Over and over again have they said to me and other men Mho are leaders in the Fusion movement that they did not ask or expect for their people po litical recognition or official places. They only ask decent treatment and the protection of the law." There Is a difference of opinion among Negro political leaders on this point. Some hold that pledges should be taken of the candidates prior to the election, and others that aft...

Publication Title: Lexington Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lexington standard. — 28 October 1911

7 1LW Job printing 3o(i ilntttuuj 'J I Al A VOL. 17,-NO. 14 LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY SATURDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1911 $1.25 PER YEAR S TGTOK BTArHJ)AMin) . Cornerstone LAID AT LINCOLN INSTI TUTE IN SHELBY COUN TY BY THE PRESIDENT OF BEREA COLLEGE IN ( i PRESENCE OF DISTIN GUISHED' GATHERING j 1 DR. P. D. ROBINSON WRITES OF EXERCISES. .- Wednesday, October 25, was indeed ajiistory making day in Shelby coun ty. The occasion was the corner-stone laying of the administration building at Lincoln Institute, at Simpsonville. The Mayor of Shelby ville," Mr. I T. Gruber. who was one of the speakers on this occasion, Bald in beginning his address, that he considered this the most important event in the history of this county and that he' believed this school would prove one of the greatest blessings to this county and - to the State. The ceremonies were . not only im pressive, but were unique as well, there being present many people, both white and colored from Shelby county and from distant parts of th...

Publication Title: Lexington Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lexington standard. — 28 October 1911

v x Lexington Standard DANIEL I. REID, Publisher. - LEXINGTON. We can stand for female aviator. but not for aviatress. Tits Is the identical cold ware you 'were -wishing for last July. - This Is a beautiful -world to live In. when one's liver is working all right. Some mistakes 'can be corrected, but eating toadstools is not one of them.. . How, fortunate for oyster - lovers that the successive months have an R in them! ' " Unfortunately - weepy. - maudlin weather cannot be put into a cell to amber up. Our idea of a versatile man Is poet who can eat a second plate of boiled cabbage. Possibly one reason why aeroplanes are not being made safer Is that acci dents help swell the gate, receipts: . Women would . do well to let avia tion alone until men have made greater, success of it. . ' . A paragrapher asks: "What is perfect wife ? The only answer we an give is: "How old Is Ann?" - Flying from New York to San Fran cisco is just as dangerous as flying from San Francisco to New York. An ...

Publication Title: Lexington Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lexington standard. — 28 October 1911

. - Toattlna the Teachers. There" was a meeting ot th nei teachers and the old. It was a sort of love feast, reception or whatever you - call It. Anyhow, all the teachers rot together and pretended they dldn t hare a care in the world. After the eats were et the symposlarch proposed a toast: "Long Lire Our Teachers!" It was drank enthusiastically. One of the new teachers was called on to respond. He modestly accepted. His answer was:" "' . . r." "What on r .' 1 --' . '.'7y '- '. " - ----- Of Interest to Ouromen 1 LINGERIE A FEATURE OF EVERY . WARDROBE. , The combination in one form or an other is the favored undergarment, and the woman who has worn It finds it hard to go back, to separate corset covers and drawers or underskirts with their multiplicity of waistbands. always, shrinking out of place in the the front of every package. yp40bu$fa! crops on in a ARE YOU FREE FROM Headaches, Colds, Indigestion, 1 laundering, and .their, -troublesome Pains. Constipation, SouT Stomach, '"ten...

Publication Title: Lexington Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lexington standard. — 28 October 1911

Lexington Standard, ttTBT.ISHKD AT 406 WEST LEXINGTON, EVERY SATURDAY MAIN ST. - KY. D. I, REID, Editor. "and Prop; Subscription Rates One Year ... . :- Six Months .. . ;7 three Months 40 C. J. PARiHR Adv. Agt. Advertising Kates : .Jiven O Rtqu?-,t Ent rert as secoi.rt-olas matter April .1908, at 'He post-office at) Lexington, K untuck j ; NOTHING IN. IT FOR US. A Few Extracts from the Opera House Speech of Mr. Henry T. Duncan, Jr., Candidate for Mayor on the Republi can Ticket. i "Y6u see upon this stage to-night a number of Negro men who are among the leaders of their race in this city. Over and over again have they said to me and other men who are leaders . in the Fusion movement that they did not ask or expect for their people po litical recognition or official places. They only ask decent treatment and the protection of the law." There is a difference of opinion among Negro political leaders on this point. Some hold that pledges should be taken of the candidates prior to WHY SH...

Publication Title: Lexington Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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