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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lexington standard. — 4 November 1911

v. TTR Sob Printing Sob ptintt0 S4 VOL. 17, NO. 15 LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1911 $125 PER YEAR iii ii 4: ENDORStS STANDARD ON Stand In Local Politics HIS LETTER Editor of The Standard: TTT'il -1. ' . j i 1 ' X vixa. mucn mxerest nave i ' been readinc vour editorials ; -about the XWm in iitw et What vou stated about neither party," -Democratic or -Fusion being inclined to give him recog- nition for his support is correct. it they do not. then the next thing for the Negro is to enter ; the field with his own ticket. mis conclusion is inevitable,." because -the Negro' of to-day, if saidmust; put us to thinking, he has;not already done 'so, is uieu acuug-fi. wiui. uie .uat -getting his eves' open. True, he rnentf white people, of all par has.be'a Jong tim thus act-:tie fov highest good,, also ipvpt I am p-iart Thar, an over ihe'conntrv he is awakeninir to his best interest, and is dividing. promises to give the Negro any his vote, and has ceased voting work - or .posit...

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. — 4 November 1911

; """"" '1 . err " 1 " ", " " j ' ' T;'.': ' : -l (..' V'jj " ' ) J - J --' ' f: V - -. ' ZJ n - - 1 1 1 .' ' " " ' .... ,' . . ;THE WHITE SCHOOU Democratic The candidates nnhlir. work C 1 1 y P f at f O r IT! advertising .to 'il '.' l-n.'vMT nlfta similar bill was re-enacted; tern of inspection of all gas, Electric-'- Democratic party pieu-.es i to - - p0MiMn i,vv,t ,Pr mPtPrs. ar a nominal . It Looked Like the Nearo School, bu - - .1 - Jl (-11111 rtHrllll 1 CLUt U. U.J - IJ-LVy ilV M - i- l v. -.x ,iihI W"' - i w -..- -w . COLliraCtS 1UI : ..t thot rnRcnmra"nf erne t :: " TkU A. - P.IIr. l, to let all AS BAD AS THAT?, AVIESS SCHOOLS and BUDDlieraftei public Governor of Kentucky at the instance cost, in order that cc ?tL lowest and best b d- of Republican bosses in the city of electricity and ..water 3 the lowest ana oest Dia , l exington, We pie(ige our party and d in the amounts pai The Democratic party of "the city of Lexington - in convention assembled, hereby reaffirms Its all...

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. — 4 November 1911

CU,i ufl j A M : - Qi - ! - IHll l7 n i - i i f 1 . JVU.'Q. U u Lvu-L fiB2 - He Gommissioi i a 0eri!menf-lle Lpin be ipso ' - Title of the Act. which said election is . he'd, An act to amend an Act entitled "An factor abolished, y Act for the government of cities of I Election of First Commission, the second class in the Common welth 1 Sec. 5.. At the regular, city election of Kentucky," which was approved in November of the year next folio w March the 19th, 1894, and thereafter ing the year in which said election is m. due course became a law, andt-as held, there shall - be ' elected by the same has since been anmended, all of qualified registered voters of the city which act and amendments now -an-: a Mayor and four Commissioners, pear as Article 3 of Chapter 89 of the Said officers shall be elected from the Kentucky Statutes, John D. Carroll's city at large, and only in the following edition thereof, in 1909 manner: Be it enacted by the General Assem-J Manner ofNominating. -bly o...

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. — 4 November 1911

"ST Lexington Standard. A QOLOBED r. f "Zeke rotners si PUBLISHED EVEKY .SATURDAY AT 401 WEST MAIN STREET, - LEXINGTON, KY. . :D. I. REID, Editor and Prop. : Subscription-JIates : Ona Year :. ... . . . . . . . . .$1.25 Six Moaths ........... . . .75 Three Mouths . '" ."".. . . Ao CHAS. J.PARKERrAdv. Agt. ADVERTISING RATES Givea on Request. Entered as aeoondclass 'matter April, '1908. at the Postoffic at Lexing , ton , Ky. GOOD GOVERNMENT ISSUE. NO ' 1 A. 1 "l uooa government, wmcn is: offered, is not an issue from the standpoint of the colored people. This we have received. Under Democratic rule wo have had the privileges of the thorough fares in common with others, unmolested and free. In com mon with others, we have had the full protection of the law. - police and fire protection, light and water in a great city like Lexington. We haye seen our schools grow up under Demo- err tic rule, to the high standard where they are now found. We have - seen disfranchisement schemes frustrate...

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. — 4 November 1911

sTAH ILP AIR 3nh prinlut VOL. 17, NO. 15 LEXINGTON. KENTUCKY, SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 4, 1911 $1.25 PER YEAR A Of i in n i x ' 1 i - . SFrJITHD RDAHI FV God's sunlight of liberty. "Are ui-nn i vu unnuuL, i Vou ENDORSES STANDARD ON Stand In Local Politics HIS LETTER er citizens voting, we will get some due and proper recogni tion. Too many of us who can act Editor of The Standard : With much interest have I been readin? vour editorials about the Negro in politics, etc differently in our voting from What you stated about neither the mass of our PP1 let the party, -Democratic or Fusion masses lead us' instead of our being inclined to give him recog- n-htly directing the masses, nition for his support is correct. In thls !ocal contest on both If they do not, then the next sides much has been said about thing for the Negro is to enter 1)0111 the candidates, also Negro the field with his own ticket. voters' that ouht not to have This conclusion is inevitable, been said' but what has-been becau...

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. — 4 November 1911

? ( t -J. " r V" " ' " 'J! .; ; " j !' ; ) j ; ; ; 1 : - i i - ? j. x I I I i ' -' " I ;i v ' 11 f0 L J M Democratic City Platform The Democratic party of the city of Lexington in convention assembled, hereby reaffirms Its allegiance to Democratic principles and Its advo cacy r I c-ciocratic poiiciea. It con mex?"., the enunciation of principles adc'.ted by the Democratic convention in Ixmifcvillv and the splendid ticket nominated L-y the primary for state offices. Standing, as the Democratic party legai, honest Democrat or independent does, as the representative of the peo ple's wishes and obedient to their de mands, it presents to the voters of Lexington a ticket composed of men fitted by character and experience for. the offices for which they were nomi nated at a primary election, conducted with absolute fairness, in which every voter had the right to vote, and in which every vote was counted as cast, and representing the everwhelming preponderance of the Intelligence and proper...

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. — 4 November 1911

r r i " i nv.p w I XJI v i l i M i !'! M f Hn 1 UUU fd v W i V ! I -iKi 1 ' I ' ! ! U vLj i I , t i 1 i I 1 I M 1 ! I I i w : V n uran ussio Title of the Act. : whk L said th tioa is he'.!, be ipso An act to amend an Act entitled "An factcr abolisbtd. Act for the government of cities oi Election of First Commission, the second claea In tbe ComraoaweltV Sec. 5. At the regular city election vt Kentuckj," which was approved in November of the year next o. low March the 19th, 1S94. and thereafter ing the year In which said election is hi due course became a law, and as held, then shall be elected by the ame has since been anmended. all of qualified registered voters of the city wfcich act and amendments now ap- a Mayor and four Commissioners, rear as Article 3 of Chapter S9 of the Said officers shall be elected from the Kentucky Statutes, John D. Carroll'! city at large, and only in the following edition thereof, in 1909 manner: Be it enacted by the General Assem- . Manner of . Nominati...

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. — 4 November 1911

Lexington Standard. PUBLISHED EVEUY SATURDAY AT 405 WE MAIN' STREET, - LEXINGTON, K'Y. . D. I. REID, Editor and Prop. Subscription Kates: One Year :.. ....$1.25 Six Mouths 75 Thrt Mouths 45 CHAS. J. PARKER.Adv. Agt. ADVERTISING RATES Given on Request. Enttrid as eooadcliSi matter April, 1908. at the Poatoffic at Lexiig ton.Ky. GOOD GOVERNMENT ISSUE. NO Good government, which i. offered, is not an issue from the standpoint of the colored people. - This we have received. Under Democratic rule wo have had the privileges of the thorough fares in common with others, unmolested and free. In com mon with others, wo have had the full protection of the law. police and fire protection, light and water in a great city like Lexington. We have seen our yehotls grow up under Demo err tic rule, to" the high standard where they are now found. Wc have seen disfranchisement schemes frustrated and defeate by cod Democrats of thisoity and county. We have found oui Democratic Senator approach able and c...

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. — 16 December 1911

AIJLPA Zab JJrlnlittrj printing VOL. 17. NO. 16 v LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY, SATURDAY DECEMBER, 16 1911 U.2S PER YEAR MID THAT SUM DDK e Six Thousand Dollar Syndicate Planned To Corner (he Local Commercial Drift of the Colored People J. C JACKSON. PROMOTER A New Newspaper, Shoe Stnre Clothing Store, Grocery, Dry . . Uoods and Notions all Anticipated Permanent Organization Hastily Effected -All the Official Places Fil'ed Price of Shares Rules and Regulations to Be Submitted Later The Standard, together with more than one hundred other invited guests, enjoyed the hospitality of Mr. J. C. Jackson in the form of a 'pos sum supper, given at the U. B. V. Hall on Thursdcy night, De cember 7th. Mr. Jackson has the reputa tion of being the greatest en tertainer along this Hue in Lex ington, and the spread upon -.his occasion fully sustained hat view. But "after t'-o supper he took the platform," and from up his magic sleeve let fall a fully developed plan to orgauize what has been styled the Lex i...

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. — 16 December 1911

Lexington Standard DANIEL. I. RE1D, Publisher. ixxixcrroN. - Kentucky. Umbrella have a way of finding 'new owners these days. - China seems to be doing a thorough Job of awakening this time. This Is the season when the aver age janitor is an ardent coal conserva tionist. New York is to spend $30,000,000 oo education next year. It needs every cent of it. Neither electric currents nor one's neighbor's chickens should be allowed to roam at large. Girls look as though they would nave to grow a lot in order to fit their Dew tangled baggy overcoats. ' Meanwhile ether shaky dams hold ing 'back water that might destroy towns should be braced up. An amateur has no business trying to tf. Let him hang his hat on a hangar, but don't go near the aero. Edison is tinder the fire of the Ger mans because he says they drink too much beer. He might invent a substi tute. New York's death rate has reached a new low mark. We congratulate that city upon being such a poor place to die in. A burglar who cou...

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. — 16 December 1911

aits FIVE YEARS Finally Cured by Lydia E Piak h2rns Vejetatle Compound. Irie, ra. "I suffered for fire yean from f emaU troubles and at last was '.almost helpless. I went to three doc tors and they did ma no rood, so my sister adtised me to try Lydia E. Pink. rams vegetaDie Compound, and when I had taken only-two bottles I could sea a ' biz coange, n I took six bottles and I am dow stronif and well again. I don't know how to express tny thanks for the rood It has don me and I hope all suffering women will rire Lydia E. Rnkhara'a Vegetable Compound a trial. It was worth its weight in gold. "Mrs. J. P. Excijch. E. F. D. Ko. 7. Erie, Fa. Lydia E. Finkham's Vegetable Com pound, made from native roots and herbs, contains no narcotic or harm ful drnrs, and to-day holds the record for the largest number of actual cures of female diseases we know of, and thousands of -voluntary testimonials are on file In the Pinkham laboratory at Lynn, Mass., from women who have been cured from almost ever...

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. — 16 December 1911

Lexington Standard " r: f rUBLISHED EVERY PATURDA.Y AT 4CW WEST MAIN STitKET, LEXINGTON, KY. D. I. REID, Editor and Prop. Subscription Rates: One Year ..$1.25 Sis Mouths 75 Three Months 45 CHAS J.PARKEii, Adr. Agt. ADVERTISING RATES ' Givn on Request. Entered &s stoon iclait matter April, 1908. at the Postoffiee at Lexiig ton.Ky. This is eTidently tbe time for the youag men t come forward and take open themselves the res ponsibilities that mark the good citizen. There are a goodly num ber now in business or following profitable trades here in this city who are doing well, rearing fam ilies and securing homes. Sach should be made mention of and thus be given the encou agement that comes of kindly notice taken and which is as helpful as the miltfs stones along the way or the clock that marks the hour of day. With all due deference for our seniors we feel that they need not fe.'.r to lend all possible aid to our young men. A few months a go an effort was made to establish forth col...

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. — 16 December 1911

... Ml Job Pntttfttg MiJJ rittttttg VOL. 17, NO. 16 v LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY, SATURDAY DECEMBER, 16 1911 :$1.2$ PER YEAR v - Sssusi Six Thousand Dollar Syndicate Planned To Corner (be Local Commercial Drift of the Colored People J. C. JACKSON. PROMOTER A New Newspaper, Shoe Store Clothing Store, Grocery, Dry .Goods and Notions all i Anticipated Permanent Organization Hastily Effected All the Official Places Fitted Price " of Shares Rules and Regulations to Be Submitted ;. Later . The Standard, together with more than one hundred other invited . guests, enjoyed the hospitality of Mr. J. C. Jackson in the form of a 'pos sum supper, given at the TJL B. F. Hall on Thursday night, De cember 7th. . Mr. Jackson has the reputa tion of being the greatest en tertainer along this line in Lex ington, and the spread upon his occasion fully sustained )hat view. But "after the supper he took the platform," and from up his magic sleeve let fall a fully developed plan to organize what has been styled t...

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. — 16 December 1911

Lexington Standard DANIEL I. REID, Publisher. IEXINOTON. r KENTUCKY. ' - - - Umbrellas have a way new owners these days. of finding .- ; China seems to be doing a thorough ijob of awakening this time. This is the season when the aver 'age janitor is an ardent coal conserva tionist.' ' .. . ' New York is to spend $30,000,000 on education next year. It needs very cent of it ; Neither electric currents nor one's neighbor's chickens should be allowed to roam at large. Girls look as though they would nave to grow a lot in order to fit their new tangled baggy overcoats. Meanwhile other shaky dams hold ing " back water that might destroy towns should be braced up. An amateur has no business trying to flf. Let him hane his hat on a hangar, but don't. go near the aerol Edison is under the fire of the Ger mans because he says they drink too much beer. He might invent a substl tute. New York's death rate has reached a new low mark. We congratulate that city upon being such a poor. place to die...

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. — 16 December 1911

SWFEIED FIVE MBS Finally Cured by Lydia E. Pink ham's Vegetable Compound. Erie, Pa. "I suffered for five years from female troubles and at last wai almost helpless. I went to three doc tors and they did me no pood, so my sister advised me to try L,ydia E. Pink, ham's Vegetable Compound, and when I had taken only" two bottles I could sea a - biz change, so I took six bottles and I am I now stronir and well again. I don't know how to express my thanks for the good it ha done me and I hope all suffering' women will fire Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound a - trial. It was worth itj weight in gold."' Mrs. J. P. Ekmjch, R. F. D. No. 7, Erie, Pa. - Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com pound, made from native roots and herbs, contains no narcotic or harm - f ul drugs, and to-day holds the record for the largest number of actual cures of female diseases we know of, and thousands of voluntary, testimonials are on file in the Pinkham laboratory at Lynn, Mass., from women who have been cured fr...

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. — 16 December 1911

Lexington Standard lirie. , PUBLISHED .EVERY PATURDA.Y AT 406 WEST MAIN STiilET, LEXINGTON, UY. D. I. REID, Editor and Prop. Subscription One Year ....... Six Months ...... Three Months ... Rates : ....... $1.25 ...... .75 ....... .45 CHAS J. PARKER, Adr. Agt. ADVERTISING RATES - Given on Request. Xntertd as aaoon clasi matter April, 1908. at the Postoffie at Lexing ton, Ky. This is evidently the time for the youag men te come, forward and take upn themselves the res ponsibilities that mark the good , citizen. There are a goodly num ber now in business or following profitable trades here in this city who are doing well, rearing fam ilies and securing homes. . Such should be made mention of and thus be given the encou agement that comes of kindly notice taken and which is as helpful as the mile's stones along the way or .the clock that marks the hour of day. With all due deference for our seniors we feel that they need not fear to lend all possible aid to our young men. A few months ...

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