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Lexington Weekly News
4Sri Annuel lExtiiMtion
A. 4 M. FAIR ASSOCIATION
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.
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JOB PRINTING AND ADVERTISING.
(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 was largely
attended and enjoyed a beautiful
message from the pastor. He
spoke of the necessity of a con
tinued increase in the school's at
tendance: also of each member
making himself a missionary to
better its condition and bring in
new members. The banner still
remains with the second Bible
class, Miss Whaley teacher, though
the fight continues among the
other clas'ses, some of them hope
to land it soon.
The B. Y. P. TJ , services were
beautifully conducted by the pres
ident. The discussion was opened
,by Deacon Hayes, concluded by
the pastor. The president spoke
of the trip to Nicholasville last
-week and the feasibility of having
them visit us at an early date. On
next Sunday the discussion will be
opened by Deacon Lee and the
general . . manager, Bro. Junius
Logan. Mrs. Marshall Lee will
,read a paper on the lesson. The
questions will be on regeneration.
At the close of the services Bro. J.
W. Miller charmed the audience
with a beautiful solo,' which was
, very much enjoyed.
" The officers of the Union met
. Tuesday evening after the rehearsal
of the junior choir for the purpose
of formulating plans for increasing
hmh interest and attendance of
Union, and also to arranre for en
tertaining the B. Y. P. U. of the
First Baptist Church, Nicholasville,
The pastor and Rev. S. P.
Young left Tuesday tor Frankfort
to represent the church in the Gen
eral Association', in session there
this week. .
On last Thursday evening, the
8th, at 7 :30, a special car under
the auspices of our B. Y. P. U.,
bers anciw-rS,aiade a de
lightful trio to the charming little
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hamlet of Nicholasville. Ky. We
were met.-on our arrival by the
pastor, Rev. J. W. Million, and
some of hfs members and escorted
to their beautiful , new church,
where we were most cordially wel
comed and delightfully entertain
ed. ' Their program was very in
structive, setting forth their meth
od of conducting their Union,
which is in deed one of the best in
tfie State. Their ideal song ser
vice is quite an inspiration.. Our
Union was abiy represented by the
following officers: G. E. Canady,
James Frost, S. B. Hayes, E. L.
Cunningham and G. C. Barbour.
Mrs. Maria L. Blackburn" spoke in
behalf of the Main Street Baptist
Church, this city. After the pro
gram we were invited to Samari
tan Hall, where delicious refresh
ments of ices and cakes were
The pleasing hospitality of these
Christian friends will long be re
membered. They have promised
to visit us, and we are preparing
to entertain them at an early date.
The Twenty-eighth Grand Conclave
of the First Independent Grand Om-
mandery of Kentucky nn-l jur s-lic-tion
has just closed a Btssion which
ranks as one of the best i it.s l.i.-tory
foi the interest and amc- nt of 'msl
The M. E, Grand Com ra iml- r, Ed
ward unenauic, or lexi pre
siaea. ine reports of m- unorge
Sutton. Grand Treasurer, a o -;r W,
H. Perrv, Grand Recorder, i-li w. I the
Grand Commandery to le m x eel-
lent condition. The folio wi.i Ulcers
were elected :
M E. Grand Commander, Sir 1. A
V. E. Deputy Grand Commander,
Sir M. D. Johnson.
E. Grand Generalissimo, Sir W. A
E. Grand Captain General, Sir W,
E. Grand Prelato, . Sir Stephen
E. Grand Senior Warden, Sir Philip
k. Grand Treasurer, Sir George
E. Grand Recorder, Sir William H
Next meeting will be held at Win
chester with the Grand Lodge.
FIRST BAPTIST SUNDAY
Persons having business with
the Lexington News will please
call at the office, 406 "W. Main
street, or call phone No. 2070x.
TheM. E, Distr ct Conference be
gins its session next Wednesday at
By Myrtl6 Hummons
An ' all-star concert, will be
given at the Opera House Mon
day night, Aug. 26. This
musical and literary treat will
be given by the talent of Lex
ington and neighboring cities.
oome or mose wno will appear
on this program are as follows ;
Misses Willie Stevenson, Cara
Bolder and Janie Lee, and
Messrs. James H. Wilson,
Samuel Simpson, Scipio Mun-
day and Benjamin Allen. They
will be assisted by Hamilton
orchestra, under the direction
of Prof. James H. Wilson The
concert will be under the au
spices of the First Baptist Sun
turned home from his trip to
av is the big day of the
be special rates ,the inter.
BAPTIST MIN STERS
A JD DEACONS
This body met a", t&e Main Street
Baptist Church, win; Kev. J. w. Mil
lion In the chair. Esvotions conducted
by Revs. E. T. Offitt and Hathaway.
Uttingertown Smday school 30,
foliation 55c: preiehing by Revs. I.
Puller and L. Martin, collection
Shiloh Preaching by Revs. J. M
Harris and G. W. Canady, collection
Jimtown Sundaj" school 30, collec
tion 43c: nastor preached, collection
Evergreen Sunday school 42, col
wtinn ann: nasto:'4 and Rev. S. P,
Youmr nreached, collection $77.77
First Baptist, Lexington Sunday
school 86. collectiiMi $1.43; pastor
pjreached, collection $46.40.
P rail town Mission Sunday school
43, collecUon $1.05 !
Zion. Paris Sunday school 18, col
lection 26c; pastor preached, collec
Uon $7.50. I
CynUiiana Sunday school 47, col
lection $1.38; paster preacnea, eollec
Covington, Ninih Street Sunday
schol 40. collection $5.55; . pastor and
Rev. James preach. collection $17.08
Versailles Sunday school 46, col
lection 66c; preaching Dy Kevs. j. h
Henderson. J. H. Purns, B. F. Wash
ington and pastor, collection $60.85.
Bracktown Suntlay 3chool 27, col
lecUon 32c; preachg by Rev. WUiam
Alexander. collectPP $9-14
Pleasant Green 'Sunday school 155,
collection $2.70: pishing by pastor;
one by watch carS collecUon $o8.32
Sadieville Prea'Jiing by Rev. B. S
Main Street SuPay school 55, col
lection 74c; paptcf )preaohed, collec
Uon $28.00. I i 1
Nicholasville Siday school 52, col
lection $1.01; preaching by pastor, col
lecUon $14.25; B. Y P. U. 85, eollec
tion $1..0. i I
Zion's Hill Sundayr school 45, col-
tor preached, col
Millville PreacHing by Rev.
Liberty Sundare. school 38, collec
tion $1.30:. pasifor Reached; also some
remarkSby Rev. jlopeweil; collecUon
Members presentRevs- Hathaway,
L.N. Cheek, J. V- Million, W. A.
Jones, Wm. Alexrnder- s- p- Young,
C. Casen. J. H';Henderson William
Bell, J. W. Boltonj l - ucKner, I. Ful
ler. J. M. Harris.' u- w- Seals, T. J.
Smith, T. i. Smifn' K- B- BuUer, B.
Visitors Revs'.TrL Q?Utt QflJ
Wm. Taylor anr
An unfortunate break-down
just as our presses started nec
essitating the sending of our
forms to another office pre
vented our getting the 'paper
out on time this weeki. We
ask your indulgence, foir such
accidents will happen f-t
con Shelton of
Rev. P. M. Cavens.
T. H. SMITH,
LETTER OF CONGRATULATION.
Prof. J. H. Jackson sends the
following letter of congralula
tion to President-elecs Buch
1941 Vermont Ave., N. W.
Prof. W. S. Buchanan,
Dear Sir : I congratulate you
on your election as president of
Believing that yours will be
a clean administration my
friends throughout the .State
will give you loyal support.
John H. Jackson.
The' lawn party at the resi
dence of Mrs. Wm. M. Jackson,
833 Bryan Station pike, by the
ladies of St. Andrew's Church, will
be held on Thursday, Augmt 22,
instead of Wednesday evening, as
was announced last week.
CORNER STONE LAYING.
The corner stone ot the new Ever
green Baptist Church was laid last
Sunday with appiopriate ceremonies.
Rev. ' S. P. Young, D.D., was the
reacher on the occasion. A. large
congregation waa-present and a col
plectionof $ was raised. ,
Caroline Moore an5 Mr.
! James Lewis were quietly ujarried
at the residence of the pride's
jaunt, Mrs. Ben Fields, August 11,
1 1912. Tbe ceremony was perform
ed by Rev. Henderson. Tbe at
tendants were Miss Orlen Forrest
and Mr. Swift. After the cere
mony a . beautiful supper was
served, and many happy congratu
lations, were extended
im.ick entertained a
esday evening at
Campbell street, in
Robert, who left on
honor of her
quite an er.jovabf,,rton' - " was
folks tripped th "
ligUL ianmsun iue
esire, while their
with delight. Those
isses M. L. Hamil-
Mjrtle- Byan, Se-
Mattie R. Jackson;
in, Foley Mitchell,
H. Thomas, Robert
j)r Sand Mrs. Garfield
bDU mm. wm. in.
to their hearts
elders looked o
too, Estelle Smi
Messrs. Dan Ra
Louis Clark, E
Jackson, with Mr'
v,.nnia .listers Crittenden and
The 1912-13 fsf-
ni. a i i
ITSnai . :,,iS810n 01 OS .anurew H
Fourth Street AlU Pen at 118 W"
August 19, at S fa Monday morning,
other families cll'dock. Patrons and
u;i- t.l iinnins to send their
this school y;eJKinderSarten faring
them to Miss UsF wiI1 PIeaae rePort
Mrs. Lena R. Mlrgaret Hummons and
first dav of the' srtiD at 9 m" on the
Alliance will meet at
AahnrvM P. HYi
mnrninff at. n nurch on each Monday
,. .. f o'clock during the
month of Angusf ,
of September it f"
4. 4.u Jcvill held its sessions
E. nllAnra. Nam Inn
warren town, aepiem-
ber 9, and in oth
the other Mond
Jer adjoining towns on
ys in the montn.
To the wife
21, 1912, a
of the Rev. E. L
both doing well
. Sunshine Embroidery Chib met
Thursday at Mrs. Henry Harrison for
noon day luncheon and then was en
tertained by Mrs. W. H. Wakefield.
Mr. Eugene Brown has improved in
Mr. Sim Wadlington is yet ill at his
home on laliard Street.
Mesdames Delia Price, Pearl Dodd
and Latty Montjoy were the guests of
the Embroidery Club Thusday after
noon. Rev. C..E. Brown, one thi best Bap
tist ministers of this state ditd-at his
home, Harrodsburg. Aug. 6th, after
an illness of eight days. He was
pastor of the Baptist Church here at
the time of his death. The Church
Sundy-school aad choir each sent a
beautiful floral design. Resolutions
w re sent by each. Funeral services
were held at 2 o'clock at the First
Baptist Church, Revs Wood, of Dan
ville, and Miller, of Harrodsburg,
officiating He leaves a ife, mother,
son, daughter, other relatives and a
host of friends to mourn his lots.
Mrs. Delia Price and son, of Hen
derson, aw visit ng her pireut-i on
Prof. J. W. Terry, of Pittsburg,
Pa., gave a motion picture exhibition
and lecture every night thU week.
Mrs. Mattie Thurman is ill at her
home on Bell stieet.
A rally was held Sunday, August
11, at the Baptist Chur6h. Rev. ;
McCruchy preached in the morning
and Rev. Terry in the evening. Col
lection, $ 40 80.
Mr. and Mrs. George Sleets spent
Sunday with relatives here.
There will be services at the Chris
tian Church, Dr F. M. Robinson,
pastor, Sunday, August 18.
..SPRING AND -SUMMER. SUITINGS...
Made to. Measure
. FIT AND WORKMANSHIP GUARANTEED
PHOENIX HOTEL BLOCK, LEXINGTON, KY.
The Store With the Red Sign
JULY CLEARANCE SALE!
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TOWN.LAWRENCEBURG HARRODSBURG SHEL-
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Intermediate stations in each
Lexington, Danville, George
town and Louisville for the
round trip ; tickets limited to
return on date of sale. Propor
tionately low rates between in
Consult any Southern Rall
way Ztgent or write
J. C. BEAM, A.G.P.A.
St. Louis, Mo.-
H. C. KING, C. T. A.
B. H. ..TODD, 'D. r. A.
SPEARS aad FOR WOOD SHOE CO.,
211 N. Limestone St.
Three Doors from High Prices
r nci r;r n moo i mi -i it . - . -v -v - r r r r
SIDNEY WOODARD JR.
Gents Furnishing and
Suits made from u to
Cleaning and Pressing
249 N. Limestone St.
i i i
AX KAPLUN, The Sing
Second Hand Clothing
Has moved from 253 N. Limestone to
ion C T7nnr Sir0i nrni nm nnn) rp.ndv
to serve all my old customers.
Call and see oar grand display of
New and Second-Hand Clothng, Hats,
Max Kaplun, 120 S. Upper
What there is in it for you, a HOT FIRE on a cold day.
MONEY SAVED and SATISFACTION. That's
LEADER BLOCK COAL $3.50
Ks worth thinking over; it's good, always
Quality, Quantity, Quick Delivery.
ItaW C. Frost, - 758 W. Short St