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gold Im growing WseIttrirrowing jes ultU2 growiDK oldlI T aks for sheyeari wtieuR rapid flightI My comber muse too adly sings Tbaaki for the gleam of golden light That ILnLjIP darfcnws of their IDgt Tae light that beams from out the sky Those heavenly manVfoasi to U folclJ Wfer all are bleIrAaal uoue may sub Im grpwiug old Western Recorder J Bapttei Ml Ukrc a may WII1MCB1DLZYDaB a J CADIT KY v Juiptiitm takes umber flre a faijnreI loir be member for covetous 4U4 ar s4rats rtr rtaguf Jf lease is 10 kartful to the osmsept Caritt and more oaUalatad to binder apd re tard the matirial progress of the church Uaa tills ala1 kadyetUla a notorious tact tvldoai if ever we krar of a Baptist cbarok oc ea4lnffxx araffa ipnlolent to deal1 eleolively with this clue of chyrob asawber God cuBanandrd Christians that they walk worthy of the vocation wherewith they are called1 and to offer prayer withoutI oouing To go Into all the world aud pre tgetpftoevett creators a failure to execute this command it a tad reflection upon pro fttaed hriiUaltyi and a tafHoient cease to ditolpliae say weaaber whfl re fotet to contribute of ll1aor br meamt for the spreadaof the geeptlI i and nyS a aeptdalaurcll aa1i tHi MtcltiflIy jutUtM laeafdrcB tktaatbority laid tfewabyllit Matter ChICk which do aetAac for liemeaai Fpreigq Mij float ahoald treabie la apprekeqtlon of the alaioat certain ooosequencet to fol low tuck ditobenlitBot- We hear efctmreaeBdiKlpliDidgmem bert for Utfc lylag itaaoralltyi gam bug dnutkcBBess oJbUIUU a Biem bet doet net attend ata4 rport tile ckaroh it IB taoaghi a asBtucef little or ao oeaotrt ef tlfe oharok AM It lIr A towed to pnte HaatjUoed tlaoe1 Uie raem bit okowt a wUUPgwt3ota1eeg- wlt the pig of otarck Mliktert aid church kiekeri We hold sack cwdaettaiMld be JiIUat eu with dIsc1p11t r Oloaaf XcpaIJy Co shaw the aieaibert sub evideaoee of tbelacof1ov6otOodIfaorto1acendoad 1tOII guI4pUapreor1 who lMly flr to die rfltjp ea il ooafer otthlt oltaf at crok saeber yka do acID a4raae their fords CBKM v t I hlak 11 it clear that there Jt scrip it tire Mtteitty let the Hharett relfcvlig- htraeif el tit ebira wfeowiJfaly do tafogier ike cappers of the gospel riBJply beeimjt be or the to pot IB Iqve wKb the poster arias if the allcert of ibtciurei bt EarfultI aU tfthta oil a ZHiyI4bKi4 I5IfrCk- al4tb412wtI alaj 1P1idtka f lay hi wch oaMt Covs1nai 1mqiaii ta o ik em at4u wIqi MaLoa ts 8ie1iRs 1ardLut asc1oa-I Ueot I t 1rJ tUaku atIIbcHtM ol tbf1 aUt hu J I ltt tMiWP agIJ k cev tsNl- ausu11rnartfeuaisi II I tiilhsLa 4 lila JlIIIINrt ire i sO4t tf J fassisible tig kit Ia 4k Hai- Lcrdkbev4I haListt iti-Li ItC I IJIJIt a8f1 D L M t t a p4rs0s 11 sa kSCp I f1 Jflf j 1 1iJl 1 1 tqir t j J feel especially called to rebuke ID their covenant relation they agree to relig iously edcste their uhlldfbn and mafa SirnfaIthfWovngelIoalutIniitrSand to work for 4he culture and fevelop meat of the eTlro othmiMItyoth b giving and aticuingII believe in the gratg1veriJ well as tbeiigreat goers both bro necessary weUMrieoUrc l possible to have and maintain influence in a community without a vigorous en forcement of the rules of the church A failure to upport tbe various enterprises of the church for mutual growth and de velopment IIt sufficient cause for tbe cnurob tow hbotd its rights and privi lelitH from luolleinberI It it nojuitiflahlo cauee because a niggardly aslftconoeiled blxpt may not agree with the pastor pr the officers to stand aloof nd herald rooks at the churohJwiUi impauiiy b too the con trary be should bo Impestred at tbe be gionlug that every disobedient will be followed by sure and certain penally sjeudily and without htsitancy If b- odljrwith his church 1tiimfttlon of the ftffaiis of lit membealet htm take the course of a gentleman meet wl tb that member offer his protest rea ton work and pray with the church stay with It in the right and in the wrong wolklng to Rut her right wheptbe IIt in the wrong using hit rights and privi lege as a member should he fall to con vince the church and feral ttlll aggrelved hit next manly ooartd is to get hU letter and go wJieracaniPimGo Ddb6 use tel To do otherwise Ia little Jest than tatauic meanness whatever the differ ence are there IeI a redress bnt to remain In tboaakpd die and purpose to do at he thinks will most injure the cause without being4 troubled by the it as foolish itPthoaght to put iny bands In tire and not be burned No member should be allpwed fly oft half cooked Impugning Jhe motives of other good aaembersirho are dolngth work or theohurob If he can crpvje I wittg- 42de at nIf9101 he funcl- cp p 1r1T 1 good member of the church wlirthank him for bin Bervloee but to cast suspi cion roll up bis steftves and make rig Ijr charges against the leading member of the church it should not be permitted without church discipline eoaustbg1verMpotbel4 responel- ble l for the wise use of funds he merely trusts his berieflolence to the wise judipiouB brethren of the ohurch of which he II aa Jumble member There are too many Baptist churches where members cAn remain in them year in and year out and do nothing for their Bapport and the churhes thus remiaare powerless in tbp community for au ppresslng crime SAVANNAH CONVENTION Tae fifoutbern Biptlat Convention will ba held rhis year down oa the Atlantic Opt t4rtSavananabf Ga In tbe beaut iful month of May SavunahoJersmnsny adv Jta es as aUonvenUon City and certaInly no more attractive place could hive been aeledt ed for Boldiag so Important meeting The SOUTHERN RAILWAY is the only toad leadingout of 1x utsv111e on 1U own rails directly into Savannah and of fer the choice of routes either via That Unoogm and Atlanta or via Knoxville an3 Atbville through heart of the beau Hal uLanof the Bky country Pot this oboatioh Ute Southern Hallway inoucces a late of ash FafeplnJlU tienls for the round trip this maktyg rate UOp from Lonltvllle and 91970 from Cincinnati Corresponainsjy low rates will Remade from all other point onjthc Bon them Ralivey anito connect lug llp f and esoursloqiflta from the Wflstera and Northern part of Kenntuckjr should ask fbrtiokett via IXni Vlld a5 ju to strike the Southern Railway at ibis point and loin thq targe delegation toll this city 0 ige will be ftqkl I at the reduced ratepn May 4th tq 7th iaclniirye wlthreUrn Jrait pf May 50tb which can be eztrlM1kttWWtriaiupon tr1vAl it- B i svannah by payIsgM eatsaddl4eAs1ij Special sJeBplng ors and first o3a s ooHokBl to ruU tbrbdfjtk wlthb t 0hne- tgyauiak wkeuIvrrk8fe Ia iu- Soljtturw f411Ja IUtfevri t IAOY9lwtn ia aq9prled ex- csraloatstapy1 uiat psaouger f Pf j stativeLa i J tjjttjfHt Ttg EIg itfU ahLk 1C- lfteti 4ysieto MaziBaII- wej 71 reprJat1v p441yditittt4vrsrvet as r i ftM C I 4J Mrast1Clf1 4II 73J o p- A This and ThatI Rere coiuod oldTj iiala That again Well sir dqnt you know ftl Kentuoafy han had a regular feast in the wilder flees soio4apeak 111 VteWllig from safe distance thu great battle an it was waged by the American Baptist against Rev Jenue4Yl the Moderator Southern News and utiierH hIm iUoVt1 yon know the concensus of public opinion Is that the American Baptist has wiped the very wine sap out of the whole comulue of thorn all and did it nicely too Dont you know yes Indeed at times old TOB apd That has accused IUU6lislaek1uBaptist re savedI tue old liaptiHt ship and every l ody si crying Hurrah for the Alien an Baptist Hue fired one volley after another into time Hhip upon which Rov i Kennedy and others Wero snilin and sunk then al Ip The jipananned by Amerioan Baptist did not get a scrath Huirah for the Amoricnn Baptist hitlIem again Old Tide and That haa heed trying to bead oft thoao little educated boys far the last 32 years but they will pprslat IlJtbplr way but I thiuk the drubbing tha tbey got will find them enjoying good health They did say they were gOIng to organize an other Missionary Con ve ition this and Thaf told them at the Conference that they were going at ft brakeneok ate but on they went un tattoo American Baptist catJedtthem to a halt then It was their ship was aunlc Dr Kennedy was seen adjust lug the lifesaver about himself and leap over board and commence swimming for life to the Baptist ship Again old This and That saw or thinks he saw and order in some paper Which reads thus The officers QZ toe Baptist Womens Rduoatloual Couven are hereby ordered to appear before the Executive Board at its nextmeet lug to show cause why they should 11a Mission work or words to that effect Nowfrom the view old This andTbatUake of it those words are quite dictatorial to say the least They sound like woids coming from a civil or criminal court They sound like woids from a Methodist Confer ence They look as if they were uttered by a Bishop but those hot headed educated little buggers will have to took to ihe Lord and bd dismissed for we are going to have no prelates ia the Baptist oh did you hear about it Let well enough alone old This and That ia not opposed to missions no no but This and That will take an oath on- a stack of Bibles from here to the stars that viewing from a scriptural point of view and with a very few exceptions there has not been any mis JOUAYV work done in Kentucky for 32 years and old Thls and That can prove ItVby Mr Editor wait a minute did you ever hear of Paul going out qn a missionary tour just to see how much money be could collect Again when he reported did he tell how many dollars collected or how many souls wore oon verted which Answer There Is uq miajii9n wytk golngou InjKentuoky amid old This and That dont like it be is mad about it If you can find a mlnslouary that can tell bow he went into the out ofway places and had a revival and God wonderfully blessed bis laboru With so many souls and that tbe Bap tint flag was planted ere and while alvatf1mdrwlDKtbt should bold the rope you would see tbe people crawling on their knees to support a mJBdiotmfy of that kind Old This and That kupwa that this Is or was the kind of missions that was qncet Whftt ahbioMoofl1 l An WeJl ts I2I81LNDTKAT 0 I fOrI TheTeep r fOho JNrti ijBaptl JiIrek kelioy i ffIftOKroRfficky 4 j f f laeeln tiie American Sapllst V r f port stating that 1 with natubef o- fdthriyeWe secluded front the Clajr gireet BapUBt chprc1p1byiI- iey IPy I Witkali the restjdienytheptatet i 4 v5v B aHjt therefore takcfUhrB Method 4x4iIsi the facts iii the cano TUe clatJ3ait1s M41Jr9 Jia in v 1 ofly imxdared 1t new roil tQ te- ind I 9etheniberabpelthis 4a roll bdiIne- sgrevostt a meethig4hat wMabeld- 1yfI l goiis alotlo ud 16VtP PO l hi tlttl Rtr tha ry r bd fiiJIa W d n Jl + 1ti I at the churchs runa fJrhIP this naw roll was ordeml by tin so called pas tor and lieticQiie almiw aud the church bad nothing to do wlthll The pastor and deacon gavfc the choron 60 days to reenrOllasidall rliatfalkd to o m the puxttr tyul Ittui9pM have claimed toNJwfnUy exclude theta from the fellowship of the church Now they claim to lavu 115 meiiibera on the new I blufflingi have had ill the member Those they have on the mil thought tljey hal Iit to simply hKMiire the dwacnUH and paa torprdHr dJt our churtih roll iiook 1OIOCOicuciliiig To huir report excluded if this Was tin uclfon of tIne church we would nbc have r word to say but we cannot surrender Hiniply to the order of pastor aniJdeacoiiH Vettherefure wish tlis public to kilO that we hold our groind an the church since we art the isajwhy liy u largti numb ttau we I do not leM1 otiraefretf tixtihmVdHU all as Ithas not been done by the churob Jhut simply by tile pastor and deacons therefore an one of the church I reel and11wantnot been ixcluetd by my church nor either am I under any charge of any kind and have never been In thtii matte I tnSpIIwlIl be jfeA raeuiberci that the moderator of that meeliu g deacon Haj den In eue among the leaders of that faction tl at stood I 4II that this is done from a standpoint of revenge more than In from any thing else c nolusibn I will say thatwe the 385 still propone to stand sitU aud seethe salvation of God and if the pftstojr t and deacons want to compel some to obey them they must go further tbfet tbe Baptists of Clay Street church This snide Is the sentiment of 885 members that constitute the church S Yours for Ohriflt 1 14AMPK1N I f I University Notes tJ Our campus looks beautiful with its greon carpet of grass and beautful build ing painted red with green blinds The place is a perfect picture except tor the irregular old plank fence Dr Puree will speak next Monday night on missions at the Fifth Street church by special rtquesl of Mrs JSGiven SS The Smiley Mission wiHhold its an nual ertertaiuuient In the chapel day evening April ttotu All frieuua are invited Admission five c mta The churches and Sundayicoola around Louisville have rosponded nicely to the appeals made a few weeks ago The list will soon be printed We hope our rally on the third Sun day inAprirwIirbg pVbtitptiy respond ed to by the churches and Sunday schools all over the state The monty ia badly need to meet obligations made last tall LoIDpi v tbtl property But since the small pox closed us up three weeks we had tt put off our March rlly aud its has put us behind with our creditors Let all friends help nowj Dr Puree preached last Suuday in re1portsand his goooT people- Examinations are over and students and ar ow lnliC li ilcti j The young ladles are taught in phys ical culture every WetuTelday night aud we may tfxpect models of easa and grace now a j- Our revival Ja9 wjaeX tr periaiply proenced sour wonderful changes The LOra grant the seasons always i t f Mr QF Sabree preached a very ao- ceptable sermon for Berean laL Sun 5YamoutUif 4 + 0 S1erean will celebrate tub Lord B supper4 next Sunday evening The white wash bra 1i r will soon Wgln their work tm the old plank fences We wltoWtfCQqUl inspire the I ohurdjeRBdlfriend tq gIve mone- yenohioEuL8urfeuciaIuflrat glassI CpndlttonS m The clubs arem klng every 4 effort possible to sacoeedlntheir rallyon the third Sunday In April fetavery M11 b1iaiie tTIvralty- puahbti UlIh sifl iidtdId- eretaaiiige y 1 tt Tt1iunin1Ass6cItkcuI ttuii1ee- ssfd bCakit ifa rnpeLIu- gynutkf 111 rjsgIsg t91i Q qlflj 5 1dJ4T7 1 5ILZ- It4 4- a = als1 1vpS Ti11I thu a4hIVM I 4 Lii aajaan1 II llIIrlg14 I II1 MILLlO5 IN POU TRY uAa4LL1biotItri ball eCI ot Ute 7pd Staiei aUnanlt CA move tIwI tbrs tiudNCI ItIray of Uanoar and U am re puofltkb1 now unobefore in a MIl or i IIcounaeI there Is wssom14Ute Wise Mn illS tbeultiIAdM wotk c y k PRUr7 ban1aW of CoIUq taltacolwauboowMlq DIUJBGUT JI if 4 111 OIIII TYdII I Sa the oaJr JIOQItr1paparla Ute Wed tb Sa pabUlbed tw 1 biA IlLd Ip dOWJS JIdia1qcmr oIr7 breede 1irl o do DO th8ertse bDtwork I I 1 Icir11sthtof uJ poItry saper on euth and coata1g l6lmt aiatg mHuco UPradJcalpoulk7 i j1IiL rcrSQ 54 aIt puts s t p S1VIea4I OtIIbecrt dwo g fl EIIOAN MPTIT JSYflJ y 4 chapel on thtt utgtit of Anril 23rd The lecture on the Sundayschool lesson laat Fridaymorning was a real treat to all who beard it e All were much disappointed last Thursday morning when Bo Frank dId not come to leptnre a nvited He was too busy hence the failure to come t J state Mission Day lad Sunday was duly mentiOned sad some inony is on hand for Mi ionary Kennedy But he doas notvlslt us Notice tfhe tact that the Alumni tit Sjate University will have Its banquet at the hall this year makes itnecessary for all members tPpaj duee promptly NonOB i The AlumniAsadciationOf State Unl nraity iIDnoet la the chapel of the University on he following Mdmllttr April 6th May4th ud llth Itodecided in a call meeting in November That all gradtaafaa with degrees wear caps gowns wlttibonme ui oiiior grau uatea wear caps and owus Arnual dues 50 cents Annual banquet at Odd Pellewd Hall Ray W H OBAionifAD President TABITHA L ANDERSON Secretary a- New Er 1sthtea1 I will conduct New Era Institutes at the following times and plaoeBand urge a large attendance upon the part of tbe Christian workers 7 FrankllDJJ April 810 u 8 Hopklnsville JJ 2224 PI KkNpY 5 General Missionary Henderaon Ky I will bold New Bra Institutes a follows Richmond i April 15 16 an i7Covington H 28 2 and 30 ParisMay 6 7 aud 8 Crab Orchard i 18 14 and 11 Jo luont X II 27 28 and 29 Qreunaburir June 84and 6- Nloholasrille 16 11 aod 12 Maysliok July I S and 8a I qndon n 29 30 aud 81 Junction City August 26 27 and S8T Ministers pastors and Christian work era ior these vicinities ara cordially rC qae ted to bp present and hejp make the meeting a success ItD BUTLKB 179 Obestnut at iex5nglotiKy WANTKP SBVBBAL PERSONS PF character and good reputation eaph atateoue in this county required io represent and advertise oldestnbllsiwd wealthy bnsindsa house of solid finan cial atandjnK Salary 3100 weekly payabletnhead officers Horse and carriage inr9 nhihed when neoeasar Refeyences Enclose selfculdreaed enveiope ifbl onial Coi 83iD arbora tit Chicago a S cS A FORTUNE JH EGGS I get so many letters groin my old home about preserving eggs that 1 will anawer them tbrougirrmir paper i iterted 1869 btu bought egg aj S io 10 cents hi tamn er preserved theE and sold tn winter at 26 to 80 cnuU fi dozen preserved pJJ ji rt and thado 00W0uynleoe started 1al8a4 with fl10 width heJ1deky- ar9 with tk rottftd 3W ib JItf- 16U U mdTroizil0 relabjsd1 fOr dJght 7 sa Mv rw from 8 to 10 ceitta dMlt ti3- l gvkth prti fttJtf T p- risvMLsIare QM tfMaJ asiww lattiori as I trav3 i ari IoiOa get d4rdts2eiJ ttabT iX 4rug P1OtLW k fJl SIPL5S tI t Y Jtjj if Wi- IEW J r FATS ABOUTraEWU DJ ra 1 FIAtB AT ST LOU IStIN 1 I O l lI t1 rIThe Louiriana Purchase Bxpoaltion the Worlds Fasr wfiJ opniemorate fIthe centennial of the pnrohasejoflhe great Loolsana Teirilory by the tJotli f 14 t 4 States from France and will be by falf Ti b the greatest International event of tkltMi I laracter within be worldXbialory will cover 1200 acres of laid baY lti fsores of exhibit ipaqe and will cost t JI proximately IWOOtfOdOOO All Nations Stated Territofl Jrov 4 lI In 6es and Colonies will participate slid Ii ptesent in hifhlyclawlflbd jtrniaK t r ent the achievements oj modem fllvili u zatlon In thearw clonoes and Iiidaitries y J j f PidIcationof the grounds and build fijgi will be held with flttlntj dereiieiir u 11 April 80 1901 thfe centennial ftariiv ii J ry of tbrpurohaw Bipeiiuoa wlllc open oae yearlater 4 vVv f ThBpr1OJJQrJ3ILPIU Xpr ritory wat 15000000 and the land qullcu tro dOuUt oUo tullllUU 4uemiles more than donbfcbgttie area ofthe fV 2 United States that thne aW Total funds for the Worlds Ialpita date intruding the State and Caved ment approprlaJont 90000000 3 United States Governments apprp d ationa 5000000 for general faaJl 4oo00or building 3Xl O1X7 fkI6 h t t Iitsi 140000 for Indian exhibit 8O0OiIvs J u lIfesaving atsUonG0QOSorJUIp t pIne OXhibita4aQUtf St Louia appropriated ii 9jl000 and citizead of St l ouW snbsdribM f f j rf6OOQ000 State o MiMouri appropriate t J ed f1000000 ri iLH Balance of money approprIapy LothSSMain group of Worlds Fair BmlHIWrB arran iJ Lu the foniiot a M rit ii rl placet fotmfaar the ape ai tile t tU t r west large exhibit buildings wiltbcHilf v flt a teen In Bii ber maneBra oe to J iipf A on the Grand Avenue t the nerjheiiifc i orner of the grounds 4V S5iThe f rJble8dlrf Y f Important features wIlt be T I J 1 ship tbnriiament tluibkb ikixett aiitamounts of lO Iawill b4wardd iseries qt IQterBtJj1JlJOO I fS It t wbih dlstlugusksd uvzats foaII5S5 t parts of the world will partlclpntetiwi p great Horse tbow apbn faabtanable tt1IfHJ t- bf dairy lest Utdefe veatat a kJ The LoUIalks Pdrohate icjIwill be nearly twice aa lsrejiIy ttformer 4zpptjilQ and wIll fhGt1J life inojictlirity of th n tlrl lat J wdnidaj- St jotiIfj pIly oJ ezJisJtIo fwd WaewTor hokliBg the Worlds fair y a e m Vj vfcBUcm ot delitain tfc I- G441tars at tatiq asul 1emJwttkrathcriaIa 4MTJe i4iJl1 ietia tLdlwy r thI rriitW t1L rta 17L i lultrUh rt polar t io o4f r ar J til1JH1ID 0na 1 24Y J U t v bA4t 1J yh n bWsL fcStiaieri for MtktlrWCN IftCii d1JtH IJrt It f ibe4lJ tDM-1rf 11 I If rIhqc iVjrJ J k iLL i AMERICAN BAPTIST I Rr 7 f pr r iHER 1C AN BAFTI8T y t It UTAB II9 BED 1879 I PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY 1 lint OFFICE r fIl fI pro Fipra Sr LfJiVILLRtV ciit ssR ssa- I C nt YAK in advan tas I Spc MONTHS ls 75 If A Taut MOUTHSI t 40JJj fa 8ONB COPY PRBB OMTMT to uy sus who wd Nod ma ftvcaaaMi 4SC4S Taa e1M awtt+6stya paPIbon to what J SJMyMksrftfJtU Xcftm both aa reeelct amid Nt at if pr 9 rcM tlusBSt beta cfotavitbfa two or t rr+s was rrsr trae et pit1 sea asdry us AM sfy eaprsae3tli s U sAsaje is Post OiBo u I M thst tins may be o tmr or dsiar to 9 FRIDAY APRIL 10 1903 dc Tfels paper in regvlarly mailMi ij IfitMMfeocrlfcera Bail aefiltti p4er to 41fto KtlHM U received tt4 tin fccriptt a paid In I r tiM to Ike fme the order to t elves IN the discussion of the race question many of the southern papers take special delight in put ting foward the fear of Negro domi t nation and social equality as the babis of their hostility to according the Negro equal civil and political rights under the law No sane man white or black believes any such nonsense and the CommercialAp peal of Memphis a strong Demo cratic journal knocks the bottom out of the social equality bugbear In these words As a matter of fact there is no such thing as social equality on the face of the earth There is not among the members of the colored race and there is not among the members of the white race or the red race or the ellow race or the brown race As Pope puts it Some are and must be greater than the rest and will con tea This is the true contention aud if the intelligent and conservative white men of the south could bet considerate enough to eliminate this phase of the argument from the discussion ot the question it could bs more easily and satisfactorily ad jlust itself IT is certainly very gratifying tot note the deep and growing interest t which the good people of this city t are showing in the movement tc suppress vice and cnme and to im lf prove the condition of our people r+ in this city The meetings are being well attended and the good people are deeply concerned in the move ment Men of every calling are be ing aroused as never before and r great good is being done Public f sentiment is being arousedand jt heads ot families are seeing the problem in a new light and are allying themselves with the work oft saving the yoking people and point r ing them to higher ideals of life r This work appeals to every man who wants to see the best citizen i li ship developed and he sholud not t be slow in placing himself where his influence for good will be felt I I rPheLaw and Order Alliance is a long felt want and offers a grand opportunity for tee united effort of 4 all good citizens in improving con 01 ditions among the people of this I city r4I IT is all right to patronize Negro business enterprises and no reason able man can object to this being t done under just and equitable busi nets principles but members of the race who deal almost exclusively with the white race and who em t ployamen of that race regularly when they could employ colored men of equal ability at the same price are hardly proper champons for those principles The disposi tion to patronize Negroes ihf busi ness is growing everyday and under proper conditions it will be a source itsHTtwjl ktidty ever be 1wise and fecesf saft tot tlvety fcegrcrto spend every i1JfeMwitfc1 members of thee 1 wUtfe it ire lor his jJerfonafl- tr l I J BLa fI ment will almost iinvariably fail when it comes in touch with a mans packet book DR CRUM has been inducted into office as Collector at Charleston S c but not without a final effort be ing male to prevent it through proceeding in the Courts These proceeding were suggested by the Mayor of Charleston alleging that if was cmtrary tj law for the Collector to servo before being confirmed by the Senate and the corporation counsel looked into it Ths of course failed an I Dr Crum is now in full charge of affairs This is no time for boasting and public demonstrations of approval but it is to bo hoped that the principle of recognizing worth and capacity without regard to the color of the possessor has gained a substantial victory by this courageous act cf the President in appointing Dr Crum over the protests based entirely upon color that reason AMONG other items ofa three years pastorate of one of the white Baptist churches of this cityappear 3018 pastoral visits This recalls the fact that at a meeting of colored Baptist pastors not long since it was discovered that only a very few of those present made any pastoral visits at all It is evident that the matter of making purely pastoral calls like many other kinds of religious work or services is growing in to disfavor and consequently the work of the Master is retarded and embarrassed There needs to be a return to the old Laud marks in this particular and we are sure that it wouldresult in the spiritual growth of the churches IT SHOULD BE STOPPED The custome of opening caskets r i at our C1IU teatU 6fi 6kJ after the services hive been held ouhgt to be stopped There is rc argument in its favor worth considering It is putting the dead bud ies of loved ones 011 exhibition It is an invitation to curiosity set ker to come and take a peep Nine tenths il the throng that marches round the open casket care nth lug about the departed and often times a large proportion of it had never seen the departed during life The people who care anything about persons who pass away will go to the home and see them if they wish to look upon them as they lay clasp ed in deaths icy arms The ser vices at a funeral are always or at least ought to be solemn The in fluences axerted upon the living should be solemnized and the people should be sent away in a deep iv meditative mood Marching around the room to view the body after the services have been heldx destroys the solemnity of the oc zisiori and turns it into mere sight seeing This custom in Augusta has come about since theII emancipation ant the people haveiI i got en into it without thinking of its impropriety When they come to think of the custom ia its propI er light they will break it up If I you want to make a show for curII tous people of loved ones dead you will want to keep whenII custom but if you do not then you will not allow the casket to be openedat the church afterthe fun eral services have heenheldTIHI1 BORGIA BAPTIST I I NOTICE r I f The members of the Executive Board of the South District Sunday school Convention are requested td be in Perryville Ky April zth 1903 and it behooves each mem ber to be present as we have busi ness of vast importance to be transacted I Mrs Lizzie J JIUard Fres Prof Isaac Fisher Sec A I Let your j0ltiD te dead limps do ot w flightnoRtnrr e besbrlrtr Tce NEWS ASP NOTE j The General Baptist Foreign Mission of Texas will meet in Austin next Wednesday f I President Roosevelt is now en gaged in his long Western trip and is being enthusiastically received everywhere A neat programme of exercises of the coming session of the first Dis trict Sunday School Convention at Pembroke Ky May 2124 has been isued Dont forget to raise the collection next Sunday for the Foreign Mis sion work and send it to Rev L G Jordan D D Corresponding Secretary No 718 W Walnut Street Louisville Ky Rev R B Butler Missionary for the Eastern District will conduct a New Era Institute in Richmond Ky next Wednesday Thursday and Friday A full attendance of pastors and Christian workers in that vicin ity is urged The Courier Journal says that it is not consistent for a preacher who hunts and fishes for pleasure to have anything to say about women who wear dead birds on their h ts The Colored American was eleven years old with its last issue and it is as bright and gay as a boy with nis first pair of new breeches Here is our hand Bro Cooper and may the Colored American see many nappy returns Rev W Brents Pastor of Bland- t Church of this City who has con sented to give part of his time to the Ev it I t t Qr w1l ttpublicly installed the third Sunday to April with appropriate services SatCs Attorney General Webb f California has rendered an offi cial opinion declaring the use of the Bible in the public schools in that state as unconstitutional N jt only may teachers not use scriptures as a textbook but they may not even read from them as is the custom frequently at the opening exercises Rev W O Harper D D the popular pastor of the First Baptist church Winchester Ky has been called to the pastorate of the Zion Baptist church Dayton Ohio and we are advised that he has accepted the same Dr Harper has made many friends in this state who will regret his leaving To have success pastors should not seeii to drive their flocks but lead them kindly cultivate keep a sweet temper talk patienceI same tone of voice that you would like for them to talk to you speak to them ad you r would have them speak to youi This is the advice of the Star of Zion and is that which every pteacher should learnThe Reformer Educationis indispensable for the plain reason that it is criminal for us to depend upon others to do our thinking for us Every man must think in his own way for on his own pathway he always finds a truth or a measure of truth which is helpful to him in his life only he must follow his Gwn bent without restraint he must control himself to follow mere naked instinct does not beseem a man For the purpose of correct thinking and selfcontrol he must of necessity be educated THE CLARION rThe monument erected by testate of Indiana to commemorate the valor and bravery of hex solI diers in the civil wur 196165 vitas dedicated on tjie Shilcn fenn battlefield with iinteresting cars monitSSast Monday GovwPurbwrw r Jt 5id r l aaa Qa iii1JiJFII 1 state were present to witness the exercises What a pitiable sight itis to see a strong vigorous well educate young man in this age of opportu nity such as thworld has never seen before sitting around wasting his precious years throwing away golden opportunities simply be cause he does not happen to be placed just where he thinks the great chances are or does not see an an opportunity which is big e nough to watch his ambition or his bilty SUCCESS NOTES FROM THE FIELD It has been quite a while since we have spoken through the columns of the American Baptist Owing to the fact that the demand from the field have been so very urgent we have hot had the time to keep up the correspondance through the various Baptist organs in which we have been so deeply intersted The Lord has wonderfully blessed our lab rsWe have been conductnig a series oi gospel meetings in a por tion ot the Northern states this quar ter We spent ten days with Dr J D Rouse of Evansville iana and Brother G W Dorsey and Rev Ferguson of the same place We regretted very much that circumstances over which we had no control prevented me from being with Dr Anderson and his good people We note just here that Rvs Rouse and Anderson who have baen pastors in the city for twenty years have so endeared temselves into the heart of their flocks and members of their congregations until they have become living epistles Rev Ferger son an earnest and energetic young man needs to be congratulated upon the growth and development of leis work He is preparing to build a new church We bespeak for him a righrruture Thej l b lh tale of Indiana seem to be wide awake They say that there shall not be one stone in their work left unturned We found the Baptists of Illinois were especially in the southern part of the state putting on new strength The revival meet ings this quarter have been very encouraging The Sundayschools and B Y P Us seem to bid fair for great things this year We have been called to Kentucky our native state to conduct gospel meetings with a few of our beloved pastors in this end elfthe state we opened battle on Satan Sunday April 5th at the Edgefield church a few miles south of Pembroke with Rev S J Leavel as pastor We have 19 at the altar who desire to know the way of salvation The indications for a genuine and far reaching revival are good We have an appointment at Sebree on the third Sunday Rev Leavels old point and the bombardment will be con tinued We will be in the state 60 days longer if the Lord is willing Any brother needing evangelistic help may address us at Pembroke Kentucky- S WBeasley CUTS ITKi The county tax rate for 1903 will be 24 cents an advance of 2 cents over last year Office removal Albert S White Lawyer and Notary Public bat removed his office from 414 Center St tohis residence 2704 wWut St Phone 5517 The City n B Y P tJis will hold their mpntbjy mass mtfetingat Zion Baptist Church next Sunday to which all friends are invited Aq interesting programme has been arrangedThe Board of ib Gemk era Association win holiiU nigukr monthly meetltg ntcafxkcttrcb next Monday afternoon Xnvitation are utVtD9 tic t rheffr Mr Washington Adkt WM 4ay evening April swwi at Ka CUMSt itd Y Ct1Bn 1f iP t f r lr- ABttaRO MR f Dealers in Dry Goods Notions and Millinery Ladle Drese t Skirts Walking Skirts Shirts and Shirtwaists made toorder 1024 W WALNUT ST LOUISVILLE KY I u Abel Brothers Supply Company Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Badges Buttons College and So dety Pins Prices and Samplesfurnished all Lodges and Societies Good Agents wanted Write or call at once 1024 W WALNUT ST LOUISVILLE K1ii t DID YOU KNOW t That the AMBRICIN MUTUAL AID ASSOCIATION of St Louis MJbu an office in this dity No Well it has rand has inaugurated 4FREEJTheJA Whedbe 928 talk St Phone The deathbenefitsI iI caUingonr HamPtod 028 T reflth Strett where be Is located for the JtresertO 1T parr J 1Wr car I t terian Church and special musical program will be rendered by the choir Mrs J T Briggs Soloist At 300 p m there will be given an Easter Song Service by the children of the Sunday Schooland an address will be delivered dy Miss N H Burroughs on Africa The public are cordially invited to at tend these services Rebeccas Triumph will be renderedat Old Fellows Thursday evening April HallI the benefit of Youngs Chapel Admission i s cents Rev G F Watson will preach MIEto the Golden Link Club The pub I ic is Invited IL I The Rally for the New Church i Fund will be held at the Lamptojs St church next Sunday when Rev II A E Edwards of Greenville Mist I willassist Rev C C Bates during I the day A Needle Threading wiir be given at the residence of Mrs M H Bullitt No 1514 Prentice street for the benefit of the New Dormitory fund of State University Friends are asked to give a liberal patron age to this entertainment Admiss ion 5 cents The M C Lilly Co of Columbus O has made Unity Lodge No 12 F and A M a present of a handsome set of Masonic Charts which now adorn the walls of their Lodge room This gift was secured through the efforts of Prof W P Ants who is now Master of the Lodge Bishop Alexander Walters and Attorney F L McGhee will address the citizens of Louisville next Thursday evening at Center Street church concerning the work of the AfroAmerican Council which will beheld in this city in July The church should be crowded to biar these distinguished representatives of the race All are invited Last Saturday evening the opening of the Ohio Falls Millinery Co took place at the True Reformers Hail West Walnut Street A llarge number of ladies were prMeat who admired tbabeautifuldisplay of hats ect The exhibit was uftdir the supervision of ifliu Lida Robin of Tusk gee Institute The Sunshine Club of the Can tral Christian church Rivf a doll ght fol reception Thursday evtmrof list week to tile Womtn Im rqvt mtnt Club and anutobtr of friends ct the Womens IdClMJWt Walnut Strict fben wu an exctlltQt pfoframi f ren 4tg4 f oi hadz J1rat w tft- ok aciI of l rHtf lt lltl lJtthr- g1tk I BitW2 FhW iSi 1- g lA r i2 oJ i ot J f Mrs Sallie Ware of 501 Lamp ton st desires to thank the members 1 of Star of Esther Temple No 30 and Ladies and Gentlemens Bene otherfriends ers etc during her illness She is now steadily improving Mrs Sallie Milliken wife of Mr M V Milliken died at the resi dence streetThursday a tug illness The funeral was Baptistby Rev J H Perdue and a large number of friends were present to pay the last tribute of respect to her memory v tOOsy aeIt Aowo Hens Councilwas organrzed at tbeIBroadway A M E Z church ijth and Broadway and the following officers were elected Moderator HWarleYi Assistant Secretary Sylvester Cote by Treasurer Mar hg Drye The Council will labor in the vok of railing the moral and intdlictoml standard of the young men of the city The Forum held a largely atteod ed And interesting meeting at the Y i Lamptbn street church last Stmday afternoon Judge Gmruth had Com monwealths Attorney Hnftttker were the principal spetken Short addresses were made by Mrs Lillie tAt son and Rev C C Bates Thf singing of the choir of tke diorci was one of the features ofthe meet ing and a collection of 1385 war giving for organ fundmeetjug next Sunday afternoon wifi bfv held at the Broadway Ae M Er Z church Thi iriendaof Mrs Fault Voi J Shipley wife of Mr fesaf Wflifley Were shocked at hearia ol her 4 sudden death last Sunday mortSmg after a short UlqtM of three ckys She Wet butted from thin Fiftfe Sfe chorcntussdtysftetaoo r thi Ladies Union Band cf wfcch ebe was a valued mombdt alv tH 1 Franki D tit oftdtttd aMSts4 i adial1qenambli ftstrilttfes friIa4wbaa ttyrtlP Mils wt ft the sotto Ul iM tHit L retysigtant tf iJE soot FovrAt tx-A second iaaad Aarblt i fouhtadn 8eyr 1M 1t1 r t 3 draugt mnd ommi It 1 takl atattf wtct die 4 topsrt 4 a Q9 W II near tha Wtu uttfrc towf tifI A WHSQdlWUir0 QIIW i Xitt i 7 r h f TJftVft jjiI= rJ Ll i of ri t t AMBElC AIf i ST ii y PhIL 10 1903 rijpyerWorfc Weakens Your Kidneys V irtctlfty IMaejs IUW Impwre WiGd t All the blood In your body passes through ti Pu kidneys once every three minutes g a yourblood ter out the waste or impurities in the blood If they are sick or OlltI of order they fall to do I their work I Pains achesandrheu matism come from ex cess of uric acid in the neglectedlatdnoI KldD ezy trouble causes quick or unsteady thoughtheyoverworking In pumping thick kidney poisoned blood through veins and arteries It used to tp considered that only urinary kidneysbutbeginSlagIIfyou are tick you can make no mistake by list doctoring your kidneys The mild and the extraordinary effect of Dr Kilmers Swa pR ot the great kidney remedy is soon realized It stands the highest for its wonderful curs of the most distressing cases and Is sold 01 Its merits by all druggkts In fifty cent and one dollar siz es You may have a sample bottle by mail BOM of etraeapliafl free also pamphlet telling you how to find out If you have kidney or bladder trouble Mention this paper when writing Dr Kilmer fe Co Blagkamton N Y Dont make any mistake but remem ber the name SwampRoot Dr Kilmers Swamp Root and the address Binghamp ton N Y on everybottle Lcuisvfte Normal choo1- Offers in Structions in DressmakingPlain Normal Branchesw Art and Lit eratureCours- l es by Corres I pondenceFor apply to JAMES E 6HEHS PrineI 9 E Tob St L uisvi1lI A soN DT ST YUlIYJIDt UIITUOD I XtnJittsrvi ef an kinds ot- ffcaoy CSretmi Del loei r MUMt 5IM wIIIt Yatt 8JrqI FcrPjfcand Quality Excelled By None- TBL3FIOMB S40t tr Wm Watson UNDERTAKEREMMLMER a K W COB CHrarairr AND 10 STB Furnishes Coffiws Cues Shroudr t and everything for Funerals Prompt services Reasonable terms 9ATISFACTIGN GUARANTEED Home Phone 5818 Residence 528 EJacob St DrPickettPHYSICIAN AND BURGEON often uouu SUNDAV r 9 am to ix a m 10 ton a us apmto3pm 7to8p m I 8p to 9 pm PPRESTON ST LOUISVILLE KY DRSSTONE t Phvsciaa and Surgeon g I o Q I1t oRESIDENCE i41 LAUBSL STBKFT Reside e INMIOP H 7to8A M j- rt laellO x And atNlgbt 1 iifiieJ19 fitW Grata It Up Btaiw snot sic lied Crass tnitartaat Gab JstJat r1 N71S MADAM LTJQY PORTER VQKX TXACHK of the Pore Ildktt jMtiftod HakMa spec al the tgIlswI g l abjetts lh Y kroat1 f aka Mifiiatars ass Bea I I MN eeting 1 This body met with the Pleasant J Green Baptist church with Rev lB Winrow in the chair Pr JII offered by Bro Wheeler II WinroWjIIj Higgins Linsey Wilson Price Wheeler Tilford Fuller Brooks Chi nn Jackson Reed A W Harris Mayfield Taylor Bush Campbell MasonREPORTS First church Sundayschool 210 collection 150 Pastpr preached Baptised 18 received into the church 37 Collection 3500 Main Street bundayschool 104 collection 150 Pastor preached collection 11400- Versailles Sundayschool l 72 col lect 118 Revs Quarles and Jack son preached collection 29 86 Faulkner Rev Taylor preached collection 240 Willard Street pastor and Bro Hunt preached collection 100 Ever Green Sundayschool 48 collection 40 cents Pastor preach 19 for baptism 26 additions Col lection 26 9g- Moxtown Sundayschool 37 col lection 33 IcentJRev Lindsay preached collettn 701 Pleasant Green Sundayschool 65 collection 80 ents Rev J B Winrow preached collection 525 Houston Sundayschool 22 collection 40 cents Pastor preached collection 778 Cadentown Sundayschool 30 collection 25 cents Pastor preached collection3oo Liberty Sundayschool 41 collec Wiltion lis preached 20 for the water will baptise next Sunday Collectioni 485 Mt Ohve Pastor preached col- lar1 tin QF qC- Bracktown 1 Sundayschool x 16 collection 27 cents Pastor preach ed collection 1000IKeene Sundayschool 27 collec tion 70 cents Rev Butler preph ed collection 1463- Becknerville Sundayschool 35 collection 42 cents Pastor preath ed collection 1201 White Sulphur pastor preached collection 300- Lawreneburg Sundayschool collection 825 Pastor preached collection 525- Hammontown Sundayschool 13 collection 13 cents Bro Mason preached collection 275 Rev Price preached before the GodmeetingAdjourned to meet at Willard St church next Monday morning- J B Winrow Mod S P Young Secretary EXECUTIVE BOARD MEETING = r The Executive Board of the Howards CreeK District Association convened intbe Willard Street Baptist church Lexington Ky at 2 oclock P M March 3otfi 1903 with the following members present Revs I G B Bush I Fuller P H Smith ChinneB S ftqwlingsf A W Harris and Bro P Richardson iDjvine services were conducted by eypjHLVW Seals and P H Sniithjafter which the chairman of the Board stated the object of the meeting and then the Board pro ceeded to business First considered was the work of the District Missionary which- Board the approved of as far as it bad knowledge with few exceptions Next the loony collected J at the annual meeting of the association n for educational work Ws considered and the Board decided to jecom to the association that all monies collected ait its next annual session for educational work be sent to the General AMoclttion at DanYill- Ky next August by its correspond iogmtMtengtrs RVf P H mb and Js W Chi ti Wtrt l pintf i to visit th 1 grebe in the t JtUdinir+ toe i ill ktr1ta f turn in the same to the Boarda each1Re D W Seals preachedan excellent sermpm at 8 o clock P M to a full house IRev G W Reed the genial of the church with his good people entertained the members of the Board in first class style and invited them to hold their next meeting with thorn Let all the Boardmeet next timeIAdjourned to again at same place Monday after the fourth 1903Rev irman A W Harris Secretary T PERSONS Rev W T Svlvey D P of Provi dense Ky was in the city this week He is assisting in a revival in New Albany Rev M Toomey of Lebanon O was in the city this week en route to Nashville Tenn Rev P H Kennedy D D Gen eral Missionery was in the city this week Mrs L M Jackson of Shelby ville Ky is in the city Mrs Lee Barfield of Chicago is in the city the guest of Mrs Thorn ton Thompson Center St She is returning from Elizabethtown Ky where she was called to attend the funeral of her mother Rev and Mrs Geo W Ward of Covington Ky was called to the city this week to attend the funeral ofa grandchild Rev Wm Johnson of the Ninth Street is in Franklin Ky assisting in a revival meeting Miss Dora Abel of No 1224 W Madison St still remains quite ill Mrs Lillie Henderson of In dianapolis will beiin the city to morow and will be the guest of Mrs Wm Watson during her stay A GREAT MEETING AT HENs DERSON KY I We have Just closed our revival services and indeed it was a spirit ual shower For three weeks we waged war agajnst Hiss Satanic Majesty and after the battle was ended we found that vitcory hajl been achieved by an addition to stir army ofi35 and 126 of that num ber for baptism The local breth ren viz Revs L S Posey I Jor dan and Earles stood by us nobly till the llast engagement Our own State Missionary Dr P H Ken nedy spent many nights withus and fought hard first as a general and then a5a Soldier Brethren you will do well when thinking of your revival services to consult one oi these brethren named They can give you good service Rev L S Posey now pastqijng an Baskett Station will be open for engagements We are alive and striving to do our part along denomination or al lines In His Name y S L M FRANCIS Henderson Ry i WONDERFUL DISCOVERY Curl Hair Made Straight fly s t r TAggr nan visit ouDDA TBZA s OBIGINAL OZONIZED OX MAEEW 0 pjrtJEtL This treaderfol hair pooiado U thoonly irepre lon la the world L- Scares makes IaIodrearlJ IIIU IU i- a as IbOWD 2 Ute p sea rte hair mflWI8 tarb t das c1rdaaa to seed ofI SOldOIpv da warm = ta ree on raoneat t- wN miteslunOrG 0IPit es GeIaliotrJ w ire aen soil ever d aLW r vsuttaseojeIIa48 see a1iosertir q Ie sae eiro rRam e env ee- e orUWMI l r rfwrla1 = rt1 oir f J J t= ZO1IIrODONETHE NEWEST AND MOST RAPID I GRQWIrR IEXISTENCE fZOMODONE Makes the Hair grow with lJgb ruinglike rapidity No waiting for remJtprevents FaUfnK Hat GyHm Brittle HaIrand Scurf CUres Dandruff Itch fetter Eczema Curly Hair Harsh v Heads Scanty Partings Splitting Ent anciBaldgrowalonglineand softens and lengthens th a7sa direct Hair food 1 Not a fraud or a fake to desiredgetZOMODONE acts qmc1fly results and true waist send in your order right nyoui want Hair down to your ple is not sufficient to do good samples settt Bsam for LOO or will send four complete Fricompleteor tB00 treatment Ar FNTo WANTED Eve Js in favor of the t tIo l fetali RwaJit Treat BaI chance to make csasDTi A Rartloularaj an unpreceden Addre 11iparticulareSeiiwt 910 E Leigh St Richmond Va iF w TofionservailvB InvestorsI If want Good willCIVeCogivesyou a warning 0 BUY NOWTen Dollars will willbuyhundredOnehundred SlockThiscourse of a few TheKentucky shorttimeprospectus see L W TURLEY Agt N R HARPER 113 W Walnut Street 723 W Jefferson St Home Tel 4683 Office 309 CoIonta Building Home Phone I397 IT IS 1HE CLOTHES 3HAT MAKE THE MAN Masterson makes the Clothes I cater to good dressers and quote the very lowest price Regulation Garments given Especial Attention try our Regulation Trousers at spo and up Cleaning Dyine andK0fOring neatly done jJ i IiC = EIMASTER3ONi t i1 S W Cor West Walnut Sts I uisville Ky Z hc 1 R OF COURSE you are going to take in the WORLDS FAIR at ST LOUIS in 1904 and you can not commence to soon too prepare for yonr trip you know that But what you maybe do not know is that the Louisville Henderson Nt outs tty is the WORLDS FAIR LINE1 It is the best line from KENTUCK points to ST LOUIS haying through trains be tween LOUISVILLB OWRNSBORO and EVANSVILLB and the WORLDS FAIR CITY Pullman Vestibulccl Sleepers on night trains Parlor cars on day ratnJAU trains arriving at and departing from the magnificent New Union Station in St Louis When making preparations for your St Lows trip just count us in you wont be dissapointed torn ngsud Night fr litM foNt fouln ihreo trains beiWfti iNtriKailtc Oweunboro Hen d rsuii and EvonsTille aud they are all dntly I Lt J IRWIN KYSouthwest CT A D f LOTS Now is the time to EE buy cheap lots hun them to sell good deeds examined by the Title Co Lots 1000 1200 14 oov 100 2000 30 00 35 00 I and 4000 per lot These lots are IIIN PAEKLNi OE OUT t IfeEV EKTH 1 T1 is it that is so stupid that dont want a home It is the IIWho earthly salvation for the colored race Calf on me or i write and I will give i you all the information needed A number of ministers hake bon hht lots t Address E1 PMAEE3- mJMEST 1- Y I W JWLEWIS 201015TH STREE1 kV fflinoisCelltraIeVery R t eject to June 15 1903 t- oCkLIFORNIA F roar 9h lsonaly conducted ExI cursion Sleepers to California Arizgnat Now Mexico and Texas Chp onefyay Colonisttond Homescek ors JJxcmsibu tickets nitsele the ret ana 3rd Jtesdays of each aonth to points SouUandWest ti f s Write for circular discrijtiye of lands in thfe SOuth I 1 treI M handMarkef streetsrr- s t1Qmt JflBiIDi eioJ ntp Wi LOW RATESTO JAtIFOaBI I Wathington y Oregon I 1Idaho BDontana t and Utah w VIA BgFoufi R e towridesAprit3otb s i t elusive got ha4d j juti0iuS in to rates ckteiimibcelktt UCIlitou0 1t6QUJ it OE 1 JJJ i W aittN J LYIittf 04 jr P oil Patekt t I Ir9PAj 0 u C tittIQ 1 li HErfDBRSDN Rjare1 Laaisville i Heudei jn St Louis Railroad Ticket tSeveatt 1- BVt MLLE rrn LOHIS AND w ar- NoNo 4LvI35rLy10531bv v pnLv jwArto4opnAr 7u6Vm r ST LOUIS TO LOUISVILLE A Thl EAJ 1 NOLvLv MtVernon io m tirLv Evansville krtoamiLv Ueaderson juoaaiLvJ44pm 1 roar Lv HawesviQe 91720 74Opm 4eM Ar Louisville i 73AUto jtrains4 4ai 43 and 44 connect at Irvington daily with trai No i a 3 anti 4 for Fordsville Hard nbuq and Fallsof Rough and other sutioas on FordjviBt branchtz r Will They Get Seven noDS and Dollars APRIL 19 19Oa WILL YOU 1ELPtWHAT A Great Effort for G04J Hu Ity I BY fOMTbe NegroBaptUts will hold a GREAT RALLY for the mainte nance of their Lords work in Foreign Fields I WHERE HELD In aU thelrchurch fres Sunday Schools Womans ande + g Peoples SooIt1e It IWHENPn the second S1mdaJIiin April known as Easter Soadny I For oQr missionaries in round num bers our Baptist Zion raised in March 1896 t 325 April 1897 650 y 18as 78ft gqoII z 117oris 1901 1500 11 1908 2100 With missionaries in West South I west South and last Central Africa Dutcb Guiana Georgetown R British I Guiana South America and iin Bridge town and St Johns Barbadoeft West 1 Indies there is a growing respect for the great commission Go ye Into all the world and preach the Gospel to every creature Their personal inter est In Dr Bouey Dr ICaJcla Agbebl Brethren Buchanan Kbtl Salonl CJeek and Ohelembwe and Sister Dtlany our rally on April 12th will excel all pry vious efforts The noble leaders in buif pulpits or schools Womans and YounfPeopJel Societies warrant the Foreign MissionIiI Board in saying for andgettlif least 1 7440 on Bally Day Do this and you will put our work In good shape ir hwithlive and churches Jn which to wcasblp f a4 and teach We call Upon all our lSd oils to sea that nothing hinders then 1 from la vadvancePral Thy SdngdomcomA11 tbio fhelp us bring it v row BT FBAKJC OriaiTinan tts r tJ fnsL G j tiHB tlAl Indian allyqa need free 1 I HI 1 J M iighb rsiP-H tt l T tA Ef t 18 We f tt HilioHss Calff 1 st5W ijiiOADWAY LOUIS v1XZIfrt- 7 L riiI- f Meals at all Hours 1Jest rvke- at the mbst Reason k abte Rates1 ru A tJf1At to r1f11sY 0 iaN a ree aeNt is aeaaieftfe 1- 1Ifj r 1 a wt tifctt i f r I a AMERICANJ 1Ltr BAPTISTl 1 V SgCIDAT 4 HHiJOi 90S + I HSIyl r iii rrr 1IIism t Jcsc ctta ttSUNDAA APRIL 19 i THE LAW OF LOVE i Romans 13714d MOTTO TEXTLove worketh no ill to his neighbor therefore love is the fulfilling of the lawRom 1310 f t tiRenderdUlsTo all men as well as to rulers This is what justice and honor demand and no one can claim to be a gentleman much less that highest type of a gentleman a regenerated man who does not do itI Tribute to whom tribute custom outothe tnbute was taxes levied on a subject nation such as the Jews and by custom is meant tbe taxes paul by citizens Fear to whom fear ltouor to whom honor u Fear the powers that be and honor the rulers Of course this command is controlled by the law of God A man must not sin against Gods law at the bidding of the rulers 1 he Christians went to their death rather than ffer incense to Roman idols Paul is writing from Corinth from which city he was soon going to carry the alms of the Gentile brethren IJJ the pbofinJudea At ter his closely reasoned argument In the first chapters of the epistle be gives practicle advice as full of common sense as of religion to the Roman brethren All practice must be founded on principle as all flowers rQt havo roots Hence the great strong doctrines come ftrst fhis chapter treats mainly oi our politcal duties as Hodge says First Paul enforces the duties due to civil magistrates and then to obligations in view of their civil and social relations generally Here Christians find their duties as citi zcnss laid down and enforced There never was a time when stud of this chapter was more needed Owe no man anything but to love one altolhtJDisCharge all your obligation in every relation o life But do your best and you cannot discharge the obligation oi love We will always owe that The more active love is them r it finds toctoits dept is undying In those day when love is dying out of so+ many of the relations o1 life we need to be reminded olE these frets The love of employ ers and employees is about dead Contrast the feeling of old servant for their masters families and ol mastertor their black mammies JJ with the feeling between llabor and capital In so many of our publi- relattoa we need to be reminded ofl the debt of love we owe For he that toveth another ha- ilkwNo iI JulfMedthe man can discharge his social and politick1 duties without love L vtiIS the root from which obedience of tbe law s Grwill strive1 to please and glorify him and will do hisutmost Tfeeep fiia commandments Any love which does not prove itself thus is not love but lip service whether ijt be love tp God or man The apostle proceeds to prove his statement that love is fulfilling tbe law lementioDssomeofthc- ommandments as i11 ustratiou They are taken from the Second table of he duties to our fellow TTIOaXof dut 1tct1 1 I iiPo tfcat Thou shalt love tfy neth for as ttyself tiM is as yo ought to loveypurseji ranctno s ill your s selfiihaess you may really love Af bboy whom we really love u owFfelyesJ wewih not Vly1 1 or 4 ro3r Jno Jaute illf anyS fQr6IBti Ia J gas fnivwdi tats a Love worth no illtollis neigh lor theyejejove is the fulfilling of the law = The law Works only good to manand those wjiopi we b love we do not willingly injure This question is sometimes asked w dhyto our fellow men and quotes the commandments which refer to them The subject on which he is treating is our social and political uty Godet says Duties to God do not belong to justice the obli gatidns which constitute the latter ire thereforef fpund solely in the second table of the law which which was so to speak the civil code of the Jewish people It this also which explains the nega ve form oi the commandments justice does not require the posi tive doingptgood but only the ab costainingLove is spoken of here as only the means and the pledge of the fulfillment of justice And that knowing the true that now it Its high time toiiwak t oj a sltepHaving told them their duties Life is short Chris tians have no time to lose They I must wake to their responsibility to God and to men While they were estranged from God and ene mies to him they were as in a sleep Know they know their responsibilities but the best of them need further awakening For stow is the salvation nearer 1 than when we believePaul longed to be saved from the body of this death to be complete in Him He calls the final freeing from sin from the war in his members which warred with the law in his spirit from theold Adam whose presence made it still necessary that he should crucify his flesh Tha- tdeathit time was soon coming iin was nearer ban when they believed The night isfar spent the day i is at hand IJThe time of th warfare was short the night of life I will soon bs over and then comes t the brightness of the eternal day What matter hardships and cross and privations when the endis so near The Salvation here intend ed is the consumation of the work of Christ in their deliverance from d anyinto the purity and blessedness of heaven Eternity j just at hand is the solemn consid readersEas a motive for devotion and deliver ance Hodge Lit us therefore cart offthd thateneed to be concealed Things that dayAliLet usput on the artnovr offaith For our life is a warfare and there is no release icfhat war EP 61 1 Let us walk koneitfy as in the drayThe word translated bon estly means properly decorously GodcWalking with a constant sense of Gods presence about us and his eye upon us Not in rioting anddrunkenness not in chambering and wantonness not in strife and envying These coyer a Ilarge part of the sins which edo so easily beset us intemper ance impurity discord All things that incite to these or Jlead to them must be avoided the children off God Putyea en the Lord Jesus Christ Sot atmeft in jooking oh us iwdl see Christ reflected in our lives And snake not psouls ion for theflesh to fulfill the lusts 11I1oJMaenotprQvision i Tbse desire pf the flesh however innocent must always be subordinate to the higher part Qfour natures and far more to the duties we owe to God Those who are called to be faints must live near to God loving Jitm SbVfi all things with osall thejr soul and strength wtr s4 etalted 0 7f R RSIDII WbMIlwtr LHtate Y A ireiol fl t+la ittlt1 darwiritioa e raevIa1l6esdeerfstitetMa3 J to ttlicit III iii lty 18 ad morningatent Revs Caddie Craighead Per jetitQtlnttReynolds jBrown Russell Alexander Milton jBowen Brents Kennedy Blue Tombs HammoDS Watson jJones Richardson Lewis Jacobs Brethren Weber Generals Rob jinson Wright Visitors Revs M Toomey P jH Clark WT Sylvey W F jHart Bro A H Weber presided and isRevs Bowen and Mitchem conducted devotional services SERVICES Green 3t Sundaysqhopl i o4 llection 405 Pastor preached One by baptism and one by relation collection 2400 Fifth St Sunday school 233 col lection 679 Pastor and Rev 1C H Walker fl preached one addP tio by ctrl r Collection 406Z- ifJn Sundayschool too collection 303 Pastor preached one received under watchcare Collection 27 50 Calvary Sunday school 150 col- lectionj 405 Rev P H Clark preachedseven received by bap tism three by relation four under watchcase Collection 5031 105IT F Blue Breached Nine received jby baptism one for baptism Collection l 4836 Ninth St Rev Handy Pleacbed Goose Creek Pastor preached collection 1200 Bland St jayschool 27 col lection1 50 cents Bro A H Weber preached collection 425 Lampton St Sundayschool 120 t collection 380 Pastor preached ione received by baptism one b letter and one restored Collection 475 I IgIcellos 40 cents Pastor preached collection 8 oo coles lection 78 cent Pastor preached collection 1000 Portland SUl1da yschool 72 col lection go cents pastor preached collection 750 preacheds Newburg Sundayschool cents One for baptism and one restored Collection 1040 Jeffersontown Sundayschool collection 43 centd Pastor preached collection 14 20 eElk Creek Squdayscbool 14 collection 28 cents Pastor preached 1828YSunda school 28 col lection 51 cents Pastor preached collection 651 scbool6tfI 3 collection i oo Pastor preached i collection 703 Virginia Aye Sundayschool 40 collection 39 cents Pastor preached Green Castle Sundayschool 22 collection 38 cents Pastor preached collection 939 Little Bethel Sundayschool 8 collection 48 cents Pastor asdB Donan preached Two by experi ence and two under watchcase col lection 7 65 Mt Olive Pastor preached one restored one by letter and two under watchcare Collection 1518 the following resolution offered by Rev J H1 Frank D D led ft the discussion ofIIWhat is conscience 1 and ReyJg W Ree4l w appointed to lead in the discussion of The Lords Supper next Mbnk day morning Rev JHad- oPred l1ti1kD I was Wefrtmffirm outs bra asidpublilJb t yIi a ion 4s nscriptural and alVibfati n l Qft New Testament orders that the Lords stnrw11 t aturaUy pnly to the members Of tt 1Ne Testa I f ciiircb aJQItaa the the tdrt ti gupiiii1y a t bJt carried to persons absent from thi asseinbled burc11 ekcejii d 1ir 0fs4t wtjI1pJ the r quefting crson op jpej ons ar rqembersIt RIv Ci A4 Hatnotxlll rwb Ud dINfij t4B r f f I Rev W T Sylvey D D was in troduced and addressed the Con totwbich Rev C H Parrish D D re spondedAfter the usual announcements the Conference adjourned ELKTON KY We have just closed one of the greatest revivals known herd for many years Pastor Dennis and Rev D WarBeld did the preaching and 48 souls were happily converted and the church much revived i We are alive both financially and spiritually we have raised more money this year than ever before for the length of time On the ist Sunday in May will be Baptiz j j baPtisedisissOn to the third Sunday in May when the seven hundred 70000 dollar rally will come off All the menmembers are going to give 5 each and the female membefst3 gash Pray that God will give us a Rood time on that day1 Yours for success- J W WADELL Elkton Ky WORLDS FAIR ROUTE B A O SWLow Rate Excursions Season 1993 ONE WJtY COLONISTS TICKETS To Points in California Arizona Texas Oregon Washington Montana Idaho and Utah Tickets sn sale every day to April 30th 1MB One faN Round trip to St Louis National and International Good Roods Convention April ayth to May and Tickets will be sold April 26tk mod 27th Good returning to May 4th s PurchayApril 30th to May and Ticket will be sold April YDth to May 1st Good returning to May Ith Thirtyfirst Saengerfast of North America Saengerbuna June lyth to 29th I Tickets will be sold June Wth and lllb- UochelurDiDC I inJJuneS2nd I SAN FRANCISCO CAL National PIUDl1erslMay year LOW BATKS Tickets nn sale May 2nd tad 8 and Mat II to 18 Final return limit July 16 LOS ANGELES CAL PresbyterianChurch VERY LOW RATESTwketsoa sale Nay 3 and Brd and May 11 to 18 Final return limit July 16 BOSTON MASS National July6th8ONE FUR PLUS toW BUUND TRIP Ticket will be sold July 2nd to bibs Good returaiatuJuly12- DENVERI COW i I SocietyChriitianRates and dates of sale will be aanouoced later a BALTIMORE MD B P O E Annual Convention July 1903 Rates aid dates of sale will be announced later POt full particulars consult any agent BO SW or address O P MCABTY Gen PASS Agt Cincinnati O J R S BROWN Dist PassAgt Louisville Ky Id ededan Kve 11ore vait NEW roi ARID EADLAltiLD y EDITION qOF WBsiR 4 F FDKTIoNARY1 A Df 1 aas ae N LI A r oN a y 1v r Ni Pttri TtenvJil wt 4t ar W des t stN dReI Dtla11litA nere red tt d Itto ilirect sea itvision o Wt ARRIB pbD ILD ulII t3l tatea ipntistiiuner of L tt- cation aistedyi la scotsotgonn petauiti Ia eW ete itors Ricbai alai xiLfIsei L 1i 1 etr elr hllarltn long itw tr tad sitr tenit the iIiitty Tka New ld apetit lvdri she IttUrndtional was twtiftl IN October 1900 VtllKellMsefwlMtt i e ttlztt tt Ili a Y o a fit blinod i ta wk a nails ai Hof trot t N 4nBH CUfc AND PHJUHUGV AfTHE 1 Louisvilje National Medical Gfilligi f fPalI for rcfFIFI NTH yaxtaro eH roos nit for OMUra the and bY alltate dl All bnJMIfl are tile propq1 at eqaJffedoLtke Qttirterly Nearly too Graduates In various perU of the coatr every ou ofthemsystela Is ottered et3Joylasa lucraUve prauJc- eIrlval Ia or emttsacontinuertuttle3 for foil tetmsof three teraJWOtetttlillJi KJJtlOlts iabasateadatais Of live nay terra 114x00- s Id yet JOJlfa it to f tci7nTwo 7W5 atz aha esck siathsacstdcslre to my For further Medicde fafonutJoa ud CakJoaue iddieu V A BUKNKY ND Dan LelayWe X7 LOUISVILLE MINERAL DIREGTOIS P First Claae w r fex and Poi- teAttQtloaca11t on the Looisvillfi FunefalDirectort Pine New Ruba bar tiro Fnaent Car Alarge stock of Coffins Had Casket and FB H eral Supplies on bond An oarYoungCallsanswered coatthaner1ldt tit Walut Ois Pitrt ItN Ii WM 4J SILKMAN ManagerJ 1 d al j l MIENTSWANTIDuxr 1 q I SWM V lilAil fells rlep eeti iNM lieiiisee4 1 fkaira Cny CMra m6 S Mlc wki jpMrieulJJ a is i6TO 10 Pen A WUfarnlam dwitiptkcatoUMat Bgcaoy 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