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tkaagt to Post Ofi+ M w lAirtw stitkattlicrt may be BO trrt or delay fat ltrttecaolltiot + FRIDAY JULY 31 1903 m papor is regularly ea d- Itabsslariberl ninth w ietttitp- t tom te t ttie mtlm e U received ltti tfc jcvbteripitai paid inly tall to to time tiro ertfer U y coie1 THE rate to the General Associa tioa at Danville will be one and onethird fare plus 25 cents for th round trip upon the certificate plan tiAneffort was made to secure one fare for the round trip but it did not succeed because an attendance large enough could not be assured under the rule There is a iu the rule this year which willoper f fate against securing reduced rates to these meeting in the future and that is a messengers must pay at least 75 a cents in coming before the certifi v cate is available and then the re turn fare Is onethird the regular fare plus 25 cents This will mak y it necessary for ministers to obtainI certifiCates instead of using clerg permits if they wish to insure the rates in the future even to the Gen l eral1 Association Last year at Pa ducah while there were over three hundred in attendance only one hundred and forty seven held certi ficates and this is the number that the railroads give credit for Nov JJ 1w isJ spcnredJJi the future the number of certificates must be increased and the cannct be increased unless ministers will use them instead of using theirl w permits when attending the General Association a aVBRBBflBflS BSB aMBBia B Bp o 1t IF the Moderator of tine General1 Association will call at this office l iandeiamine our files he will findi l that every year since he has been in office this paper has urged iinI creased contributions to the Association i for the Educational and Mis tsionat work I But it has been I done of our own accord as it wasJ 4Y done two weeks ago and not be f cause the Moderator has either re quested or suggested it He has never seemed la feel the need of either the personal or official service 1 of the manager of this paper and what ever service was rendered it has been done because of duty and w love for the work We wish the denominational work abundant sue 4 cess and in our jjudgment the f success Would be greater if every department was incloser touch and f our good Moderator as the logical I leader should lead in the effort harmonize these differences and not assist in their continuation or I enlargement tr a THE death of Gen Cassius Map t cellar Clay The Sage of Whi 7 Hall at his tfomo in Madison CoI KY last week removes ode oi the most noted characters that t At r state or country eV produced l belonged to the oldt school of abo litionists atid was sis brave a lion the defense of his views and princi pies At the time when it tried u mens souls he advocated the aba lition of slavery and never ceased aCfr co- i mt pUshedHewn always one of the a boat friends the Negro bad in this country end bb the day of his fun I alatRichmond hundreds of them I asiEtf l alli that WM mortal olf this fearfcis and Doklrna was laid to rest Jnmptlt l 1i jtfTEkrtit lts to hl memory h ed h thusj pdotbrt csatf i D jVJtf theist dIMra t tint fCli- fj It Tj 1 r II rl j anon ofliJvaliantaiervica and deep iateYest in the oppressed and down trodden everywhere May he rest in peace The anonymous letter writer is always a coward and sometimes a fool and falls behind this screen as thanacter or slander the innocent Lacking in courage deficient inability or wanting in integrity he assails the life motives or actions of those who are always his equals andoften his superiors because he lacks in those essentials which recognizes the right of the reused to meet his accusers face to face The anonymous letter writer is like a snake in the grass creeps upon his victim unawares and thrusts his venomous fangs in the hope that it may poison and destroy without its author being discovered This class of of people should be severe censured instead of being en siduragedous statements examined into by authorities who control public af fairs It is more than hey deserve shoulderiot be made the prey for these reptiles EVERY church in Kentucky should be represented at the General As isenot possible to send messengers then the church should be represented by letter This is necessary not alone because the contributions will help support the denominational work but this is the only way by which the numerical strength of the obtainedeWhen churches fail to report the reducvthat much These blank letters will be sent to any church which has not received them by address ins a request to RevPHKennedy Henderson Ky A Word From Brother Adams atJISYmeetingsIImyself Some of thess reasons all see or seem to see When some of the leading brethren are dividad OB the question as to whether the Womans Missionary Convention iis 1 legally organizedand also as to the necessity of it This state of affairs with one more which I shall mention that is the iinconsistency in some of the breth ten who were in favor of the Con iventionc were going around to the 1 Institutes and Ministers meetings CunIf i e General Association meets Off that i sayits dotIthink I heard it said they were u ifair for so doing But when other brethrep who are opposed to the Convention try to fortify themselves ifor the settling of the same thing im their savor some claim it to be i unfair and unjust fliss are in favor if they think the beet reni who are opposed have the sa rights allbe careful and pray God for more of his precious blood Ito faril ourselvestoIf we all do this the Danville meeting will bewhat God would haveit be hisJF ADAMS cebin9 The churches of this place are moving along nicely under their able leaders The Baptists of thisI place anticipate beginning on their new structure soon and when com Pfeted will it will be an honor tie denomination Rev P top Dennis preached two able sermons yesterday and the collection WM IJrneuengertt IJ fjatffj v ifralrttie fiatSunday iiiiAu j gtmt They unwwl4it wgrs k- jjjjjj fiW W I r It O NEWS AN1 HQTJEB ldlintI ceh Ky this week There is a 1large attendance The Eighth Annual Session of e Western Negro Press Associa lion will be held in Colorado Springs Col Aug4th6th There will be no AssociationalI or Conventional meetings in KenTetucky nit week Evitry BaPti gwill1 Association in Danville the follow ins week The third tria of Caleb Powers charged with the complicity in thet Goebel assassination over three years ago will begin in George town Ky next Monday Judge Robbins of Mayfield Ky will pre e and it is thought at this time he will have a fair an impartial1 tnalIThere are some natural bornj 4 j fools and there are others who from it a thirst for notoriety allow 4 bythe fool is ot service to them Yeyulneither one of the above fools ha learned enough to know that he i being made Into a real big fool Baptist ReporterCh In attending the General Association i at Danville Ky Aug 1216 be sure ancLpurchase through tick et to that point and secure a certificate f when ticket is purchased edmmay be secured Ministers will do the Association by securing a cer tificate inslead of using clergy permits In attending the General Associ ration at Danville Aug 1216 suret and purchase through ticket fo nviue = ceriJ purchasedEverye certificate upon application and is not necessary to have special structions It might be well I speak to the agent about the ma ter in advance so that there msbe no trouble As a result of the work of the An tiMSaloon League there are or twelve of therninetysix counties in Tennessee in which liquor can be legally sold This is done largely through the operation of what isI known as the four mile law wh l forbids the sale of liquor within f miles of a church except in cities of more than five thousand inhabitants Any boy with a common school education jnIeedhavefuturepworld is looking for young men of this type waiting to receive them with open arms and welcome them to its best paying positions Do t waste any more time but pre andhsue anmeop mePortuaitYThe School Ism The Kansas City Star has begun successfully the operation oi paper mill which has beep built within the last nine months Q the mill is forty tons of white paper daily all of which willI e consumed by the Star and its morning edition the Times Thethe sbippedftJm other newspaper in the wurld that manufactures its own newspaper r the London Telegraph The minister is dumb indeed who does net kuoyr that theyoodfl peer pie are a part of the Chqrch t they constitute the Church of bate 1 luturf He should bas nlpch fn tcrfsttd in tjbem ai jn th bjd p PJ JlWprinR the T9pnjj r ilt 1 1 tia nallJM i1lf rdt Xufr J p f r tN wp IIMrvNM 1 old i r reanctTthethechqrch rile sensible and vitfi lant pastor will be equally as friend Ily With both classes What apostle YOhrist tofTABQRIANS rIThe Grand Session of the S Nights Daughters Polaliams thste of Indiana and iits jurisdiction convened in New Albany end at 9 a m July Qth 1903 with Rev B F Farrell of Indianapolis the present Grand Chief Mentor in the chair The usual routine of Busi ness was transacted At S ocloc a grand reception was tendered the delegates at Smiths Hall Ad dresses were delivered by Hon J whowelcomedNew Albany in the most fitting re byRevgreatfeTemple No 3 Reverster Tabernacle No 93 and Silver Leaf Taber nacle No 62 Wednesday at 730 I p m the Palatines Gaurd of Louis j I osf- iI New re repssentatives from allover the state marched to the Bethel A M E urch where they were joined by the Daughters in lull uniform Jhe annual sermon was delivered byI Sir Rev D M Trisner D D off Crawfordsville Ind His effort was grand and showed himself to be a natural orator of the highest nitude The music rendered1 by Bethel choir was very appropri ate to the occasion and was highly commented by all present Thursday evening took about 600 excursionists down the river as far as Sugar Grove and the merriment returnedbeabout midnight Friday the lastday 0nOWlnR officers were elected Sir Rev B Fr Farrell of Indian 0itDaugtiteri GtoP Daughter Sadie Beard of Craw lordsville Vice C G P j Sir Dr S Dupee of Evansville C G S Daughter Asenath Artis of Marion C G R Sr Dr R Huggins New Albany C G T Sir Rev D Gy0 Daughter Hattie McPheeteTj of New Albany C H P Sir John Carter of Indianapolis G P P Daughter Addie Thomas Terra YtoviMourDaughter Annie Churchill of Mt WIITownsend Evansville G O S Sir N B Shocklettt of New Albany C G GjSir Wm F Anderson FayetteC G G Friday evening at 830 p mtbe ublic installation of officers were held in the Odd Fellows Hall State St Sir J R Persop and Daughter Jennie S Boyd both of Indianapo ulis acting as installing officers n Short addresses were made by Sir Rev B F Farrell and Daughter Emma J times both ofwhomwer their own successors as presidin 1 officers A banquet wasserved to appointeofficers nupeaits filed their respective bonds oxooo IefThefor their homes Saturday afternoon It became the painfulf dutytjf the Grand Sessioni to expellj WJones JeffersonviUej Ind for life fro order R HUGGINS Now Albany Ind r L I J 1be V iv ltySoci Ain SuII day School of the Fifth St chujiph will gi mteEthou annual Outing at Fe tG tl oII Tlte buCbQf OutJltfrctfalriv- lrJp witi fiV list iniqal pql0f Ht foyfAieXTh 1Li 1 y tt t fjb ftst W Fr 5 + fl 1 t 4t t l t y j t fir milUNIVERSITY Louisville Kentucksre stlblished by the General Association Colored Baptists of Kdntttckr r 1879 and condiicled for tUe rehgious intellectaal and indastrUt traialnf of young people t Offers instruction in NormalPreparatorygild tment bermsureasonableInstruction thorough Session opens Tuesday Sept i 19For Particulars Address t J 6tPURGEi D D President t Louisville Ky t KentuckyN esIfnsttfufe Neartlk I Expenses Annual Library fee 100 Board includingtablefdrtiFurnished Rooms with exception ofptllcws and bed tfcovering per month 750 H 1 j EIGHT INDUlfRIESofier students who attend this School Two6 4Mone for girls and one for boys4o iSshao 1 Campus 1 For further information writes J S Hathaway Itif Frankfort Ky 1 I DID YOU KNOW That the AMERICAN MUTUAL AID ASSOCIATION of St Louis Mo has an office in this city No Well it hasfand has inaugurated a Subordinate Assembly and also f i I iFREEt yj ij J on the Supreme Deputy Organizer B B Hampton 938 1 I Tweflth Street where be is per manently located I 11 lI ai I SupperI I theIet churches next Sunday afternoon- I I I Mr Howard W Jordan has been I appointed to a clerkship in Postal1 Station Ftt which was opened a P1I c 1 1 a Vftt I ITile Ladies Sewing Circle will1 meet at the residence of Mrs Eliza Gray No 1030 W Walnut St next Tuesday evening jI I I The Republican Convention to I heldIic Hall Miss Josephine Brooks and Mr Joseph Hughs were quietly married last a Monday evening at the resi dence of the bride 1524 Jackson St Rev T JS Baily officiating ii Mr Isaac Hathaway the sculptor of Lexin1 on Ky who has made quite a recgrd along that line has made a death mask ot Gen Casaius M Clay front which be will make a bust of the great abolitionist The Ninth St Baptist Church of this city and the Second Baptist Church of New Albany wilftive a Union ifeetipg at Sugar Grove Sunday Boat will leave Portland wharf at 1030 Rm A good time is expected and friends are invitedt The N St Baptist Churc- held its annual basket meeting last Sunday in yZoellors Grove The ande51 ougY many friends who came and hr l us and we also thank the churches who jgaVe us donations at T J Lewis Pastor Emma Mundy Sect The Baptists of Louisville tVvUl leave in a special carover the South era Railway for the Gtneral As sociatipp at DanvilleTuesday morn Smseqgers and friends who dto J make he trip are invited to join the lartYPurchase through tfck j et to Danville and secure acartlfi j IOu1toKfrsr uciada Miller antraemi4rofFifthstrt cbarcfc dij tlJut1 tt tlClMr A Mittr ttr t uaY tt1rcWi ai tfJJ11 t3t tRII1V or jtiT t ftl 5 1- 0J t Y r t 0JJ J i JHOIMedical Department r iICeUereTHIRTYSIXTH SESSION 1WBWW ril j I begin October 1 1908 and continue tmoat scvef A tae 4 MA1KUULAM 1eacbdtfsrtawatsUnexcelled J All students must register before October IS 1808 For catalogue of farther iaieanutw aJtoF J SHADfc A Wtt D D StcrtUry a iol E Street NWOf Wa 18W B C which she had been faithful DQWK ber for many years tnrnCI out aafij 7freadrr suitable resolutions Oofh t sympathy to the family I i t Pll8OlIu tu4 lJ 1 VJMiss Indianapolis to visit friends r- i i i Miss Teannetta L Steward has f Jfjb gone to Danville Ky on a t itt weeks topt i lDrt Ky was in the city Moilday earoute r rto Paaldpcah Ky Miss Cordelia Woplfolk isspt ing her vacation with friends tlit tCleveland O hMrs Carrie Craig of VeripI wf Ky spent seysral days witi t n the cif this meek enroa C a I t- cago o W Ebll nf pebethtgwn Ky wal in the mJr busiiicss this week Ja 4Mrsf WB KiDMMmtti Ethel and Master Atffttisttfe jfegir r have gone to Waddy Ky td PM T a few weeks withfdeQckap4 ttIYMMnPatal Sinltli mtojoii JaiMi mith is yisitm ttlafim litfriends In Rosrselhilist r R I Mite Lihilsua CrutcA to the city last wk GattiiK 5aplatJnpt FHftol rtf thir west of Mrs Wm PaYf Jletr P H KfOatdy Ck y 3tiE W Hi I District utsilod 1was 1M MoAd ratte 4xeculie Infthe a IlI u t 9 i11 fTpt Y I N 1 i I AMM110AST BAPTISE YJ JUiYluC190tt AB fv 3Bas Kiteey Trouble r M Doat row itI I Sow To 7Jd ft yotREsediment or set tllnf indicates an unhealthy condi tion of tho kid l neys if it stains Syour linen it is f evidence of kId- ney frequent trouble desiretooII pass It or pain tno back is aJs convincing proof that the kidneys and bled der are out of order What to Do soMienRoot the great kidney remedy fulfills every thebackInabutytoIt or bad effects following use of liquor wine or beer and overcomes that unpleasant necessity of being compelled to go often during the day and to get up many times during the night The mild and the extra ordinary effect of SwtMjp Root Is soon realized It stands the highest for its won cuesIfbest Sold by druggists inSOc andl sizes You may have a sample bottle of this IIIand I Address Dr Kilmer HOB of SnapBoot ynttlngmentI6Q Dont make am mistake but remem ber the name SwujpRoo Dr Kilmer 3 ramp Root and ic address Binghamp tea N Y on every bottle Go To TH- EPEOPLES DRUG co 12th and CHESTNUT FOR PURE DRUGS AN- DCHEMICALS Best Socla inike feiiy Home matte Ice Cream P Prescriptions accurately filledI and promptly delivered to lI parts of the city ORDER- TAKEN BY PHONE 7 LETTERS registeri e 1 1 i I MONEY ORDERS issued at our Postal Station Our Sundry does ist classJ LLUUORDERwlA 1a I TAKEN BY MAIL S W JORDAN SONS e 944 W Walnut 8t LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY Manufacturer of all kinds of Fancy Creams and Ices Excellent Soda with Fruit Syrups For Prices and Quality Excelled By NoneT- ELEPHONE 3406Y =S Wm Watson UP9EMBALMER I H dt Cry CHESTNUT AND 10 STB Furnishes Coffins Cases ShroudsI anJ everything for Funerals Ftoinpt services Reasonable termsI SAllSFACrON 6UARANTEED Bottle PhoueSHK Residence i 528 p Jacob St t Qiv Vre H Pickett ruvsiaxN AND SURGEON 1 f wildnc ouu SUNDAY Q If in Io11am lotonam- sptuto3pmUp tog p m ytoSp ml tIp pPRESTON ST LOUISVILLE J I I I J 1 BUGHBOB8 The Elilsphei9rPher1 J I It I fir Kmlatfelng ButttwuU1dPrammgSprda1tr 1HOMEPHONE 4111InW Walnut St Loui LJC 8YI Miltops Gate its W BROADWAY1 LOUISV1LLB KY t Mealft at all boars Best Service= r t n Atf1 Use LostRReason III t IiJ able IS1fYPCI s i c rl lt T1 AL- LN riI it A 1 V tLAr f J UI 1lM1 tl- IOwe DeaerI This body met Monday morning at Green St church Members j present Revs Johnson Caddie Jones Lewis Frank Sands Ross Watson Mitchell Yates Bowen 4 Bates Marrs Offutt A GHall W B Hall Turley Jacobs HillI E W Reed Jesse Williams Par rish Russell Wm Reed Brethren Generals Weber FloydRev Wm Brent presided in the absence of Rev Coleman and Rev Wm Reed and J W Ross con ducted devotional services J REPORTS Green StS S ii cJ collection 423 Brethren Smith and Herod preached collection 2400 BeargrassS S 20 collection 28 cte pastor preached collection 785Howard ChapelPastor Preached collection 150 Bland StS S 26 collection 73 cts pastor preached collection 300 ForestSS 20 collection 37 cts pastor preached collection 605 Ninth StSS 4 collection 70 cts pastor preached collection 1100 Lampton StSS 85 collection nl 215 pastor and Rev Davispreach ed One by letter one by relation and one under watchcare collectionI 6540 ZionS S 85 collection 2 20 pastor and RevF H Edmonds preached collection 2100 CalvarySS 85 collection 200 pastor preached One baptizedI collection 2800 l preachedSRose HillPastor preached col p ectioni 50 Pewee ValleyS S collection 55 cts Revs G E Scott and Jesse Williams preached Collection 59 60 BerrytownPastor peached col lection 155- Virginia Ave S S 42 BrethrenI Woods and Redd preached collection 310 Mt OliveS S 21 collection 80 cts Bro Weber and pastor preached tollection248sHarreds S 26 collection 30 cts Rev Bowen preachedI collection 1600- AntiochS Si 70 collection 50 cts Rev C H Parrish and pas tor preached collection 3600 Rev J W Ross led in the dis cussion of the question of Justifi cation which has been under dis7 cusston for several weeks and Bro A H Weber was appointed to prepare a paper on The Work of the Holy Spirit for next Monday It was agreed to leave Tuesday morning Aug zzth for the General Association and to invite brethren in Western Kentucky to join our party The usual announcements were made and the benediction was pro pounced by Rev J W Mitchell KENTUCKY HdRBffAL feud iHdnMrlAl luaU Nelea Miss Maggie Whitney of Louis ville is visiting her sister Mrs S M Vas Cleave Mrs Mattie Childs and mother I HathawayI Among those who visited theI site of the new dormitoryi last week I wereMisses Annnje and Lettye Todd Sallie Williams t Emma Mitchell Jof Frankfort and Miss Morehead of Bowling Green also I Messrs Wilsop and Craig I I IMrs Addie Smith matron of the i r listrl to know she ii better now Prof F M Wood made a flying trip to Looavillelaitwetkr 11 1AU persons expecting to attend rmfjIr I sand inditpnt rl h c t ljl I 1of f7r v it1 I thF L upon which the session begins President S Hathaway is now in Peoria Ill N I to I I 1130 i ATE IK1 Itt I f c J SHOPSON 1 nt Tailor y done called for and delivered to Ladies Work and Out of Town Orderoa Ann w work Pressed Free of Charge bou1vI11r t1Icll7 tPhone 4088 THAT MAKE THE MAN makes the Clothes and quote the very lowest price given Especial Attention Trousers at 500 and up Cleaning neatly done MASTERSONt Walnut Sts I rulsvllle Ey LD ALL KNOWS J HENDERSON AND ST Louis RAn popular Henderson Route is FAIR LINE in View to EvanavlBBeSlEiente in the West or Southwest f RATES AND AK us FIRST rales in effect on account of special or Colonists Excursions We I O L GARCETT Traveling Passenger Agent IRWIN General Passenger Agent ENTU Invostors Permanent Investment one that will Nowl The Kentucky Asphalt Oil Co ftfiity it gives you a fair warning 3 v KMOMi rig One hnnoreds1iares Twenty Dollars will Thirty dollars will buy Three hun will buy Five hundredshares One One thousand shares Cents a Share forSock 20 times its value in course of a few to you a permanent income The Oil Co is in a position to state that this from 10 cents a share in a very short prospectus see N R CARPER t 723 W Jefferson St Home Tel uJ8 Building Home Phon I397 r 1 i Wagons Bo Good I Ky I1 fii I tt 1 j IntelU Jterest man p scb olv colored J and f r t ginP I ti ic CMl LowEXCURSION From LOUISVILLE via- I SOUTHERN RAILWAY 53JSO San Francisco Cal and re turn Aug 4 to 13 inclusive account National Encamp returningOctober45 3665 Denver ColoradoJSprings Pueblo Col and return on sale daily up to Sept 30 good returning Oct 31 1595 SprinN e p daily Long return limit Low rates to other resorts in the eautifulhLand of the SJcy and Sapphire coun tries in the mountain districts of Western North Carolina booklethandsomely on application S9S5 Hot Springs SD and mum 4965 Salt Lake City and Ogden and return 56 15 Bl Paso Texas and return On sale daily up to September 3otb good returning October3iBt For folders and complete informatiop address C H HDNOERFOBD District Pass AffCOt 2f Fourth Avenue Loularillo G B ALLEN Ant Gen Pass Aft St Louli UB SPENCER General Maaaxer St LomU EMSDELL SCHRADER STONE iCOMPAllr Small Lpaa rid Rca1 Estate SoUci r torl Watches Jewelry t IUd ka11 Iditf of Merchaiidlse i SallbtJt ao d i i A II + trrla r iiJfiijf if j i S t r1j J J r Buyj t Pilgrims Procrtts 12u i1f iiUoe 1Brief t TpluWolb Coapste da 100 Our Idarrfye tIIea sVest Pocket Wetatcra DtetlMary te r 1 dazed 41800 words Tory toadrtad handy cloth IS DJ1aI TUOIUII f the eavet m J UBICt 820 Pert uelrtht 4 Of J iAnswersGods Financial Plus Shaw efeih k 99 Story of tke Bible Taster SOO Ul ar trmttwa 704 pages 1M 1 Two Hundred Sermon Otttlteet Elefc lon 00 8te plaf Heavenward HnuPrtBtSt 99 8o7Mdgstjr of Goi Debate tiy GJaata 1tineIeUI1KeU M N J WkiekfBert 4 Iw 169From t ylrThereParadise Lost MUtes li ss M In Hla Step Sfceklea 1 aes cltlt YImitation of Christ Tkec Besi M Tea Nlgata la a liar RCOK eta M sePrince of 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dis rfi S ml r I Th3 PulUUnes vefe camped in the ivilley uf Elain ne rShochohsoine t t ten miles from iBethlehem The t = first arttf tie oh picr relates thtj f i challenge of Goli ith if Cult the II coming of David to the camp to en quire after his broth rJ ard to bring them supplies and his resolve to s fight the giant t toIw let i stripling fight the gianti But ffeo eoDavia hadev r a winning way and 1 t the king yielded for no one but this V young boy offerred himself for the fighthAud Saul armed David with his armourOr rather his ward- ressr which was worn under the I coat pfffmail Over this a coat of mail was placed and a brass helmet I put upon his head 1 have not proved themHe look a little walk and found the armour too heavy He could only hope to overcome the giant by agility and be sides he was not accustomed to the r oolhardiIgo unarmoured to meet GoliathI t He took his staff in his imldI The sling is a very ancient weapon t as shown by the Egyptian monu- mentsij tJ As against a sword and 4 spear provided there was some part of the body unproected by armourit waslijce a revolver against a sab fe Davidi trustedwholly in God for his victorbut he used I great wisdom in his choice ofa clearlyIa r r Awiththe sling which he did We are told there werejseyejj hundred left I handed men otfBenjanun who could jfi O sling at ahairs breath and not miss jj It is probable David carried his Ll4 staff with him to attract the atten J t 1 1Lr tion of Goliath and make the giant think that was the weapon with t fwhich he prop sed to fight He heIcould for had the Philistines noticed guardedIhis fprphead For the Philistines knew the formidable nature of the I sling And had David been with ifJ out the staff they would have sus handittout without some weapon t Down to the ravine came the two i theie shield going with the giant There thosetshleldsguardedlromII contemptfi its bearer A pretty boy r In tfepheids dress comes to 1 meat the famous warrior No won der Goliath disdained him 1 Am Itr dog that thou cottiest to Ittcvie jtabhrrThe staff iin his hhand a Weapon which might be And4Ie g9dsHe was angry at the iusult conveyed by Davids supposing he I could be driven away with a stick d And if David bad had no other murderY Goliathz1ttr would hvt3 been no empty boast 4 Thou earnest to me with a sword telde1MThe word translated sheldmeans a javelinl these were the things in which the Philistines trusted for t victory Davids faith was in his1 God 11 I come tOt thee in thflame of the Jord of HOakst then Godof the smites of IsraeJJ wfooiji ibou1 t hf4fieduAr VScild iu evey p Jltinjt vJ4PJ iaod rst1 Itwa- tkc 1 et clivin Gp- dif ti k J f t fJ I tI f W t Tltts day will the LordddivlrII tJtee iota mine said I P tvid says MGdd He considered and it shows that was the jissue that the trial was between the gods of the Philistines and Je hovah and David accepts this chal engeas EJijih afterwards on Mt Carmel God will give a victory not only will completeII killed but the army Ami all this assembly shall know that the Lord savetli not with sword and spear He is not de pendent upon such weapons nor upon force He can give a signal victory to the weakest God would jiiide the stone unerringly to theme small unguarded spot on the gilntsbead Verse 48 Then Goliath came on towards his youthful opponent VithoU waiting for him fearingit play be that in a moment of cau Lion the giant might take his shield David ran towards the armies of the Philistines As he ran his mo tions would not be observed and even if Goliath had noticed the makprePorationing he would not have feared A boy like that could not use a sling so skillfully as to hit the forehead of a man iimotion As he rim David puts the pebble in the sling and hurling it with faith and prayer it struck the un guarded spot and the giant felj to the ground stunned by the blow But he was not dead and before the astonished Philistines could in terfere David had taken Goliaths own sword and cut off his head No wonder the Philistines fled it must have seemed to them that the God of Israel hid worked a miracle against their champion And Isne pursued till a great victory was won and Davids words to Goliath were proved a true prophecy I I The lesson of this thrilling story are many No matter what the I I seeming power of the evil with which Israel contends Godwit give the victory Each man must do his best using his best wisdom I butlrclitEhu battle is Gods I LEBANON KYII I t I was called as pastor of the First Baptist church here and took charge the first Sunday in April lastII I found that the church was in a very bad condition and had beers for the last four years I found when I came here 54 orthodox BapII tists and I have succeeded in the Name of Christ by adding to that I number 21 1 am glad to say that I the church is alive bothspiritually I and financially We had a small rally July 6and realized a neat L little sum of 6705 We had two clubs deacon Frank White and the writers daughter Miss Bessieg Brown were presidents of said clubs Deacon Whites club realized 40 o5Miss Browns dud real I izud 2700 We have a good Sun dayschoolof 6s F White Supt I moved my family here May isth tiviy pray is that peace and harmony may reign at the coming General Association May the great head of the church bless the great Bap tist family throughout Kenfucky C R BROWN Pastor to 10 RXieMgan and Return Bflackiaac Fetoakey nay View Cbacleyoix Via r MO OlC OUlB and 3 Steamer MJSETO Leaving Louisville Wednes day Augu t12that 820 P M Tickets good 15 days returning Berths on Many ton too I 0 and 2 00 for btfe or twp persons ac ycording to loc tioh Jjl e jg ar la carte Reserve space I 110wIr fl IAA QtitPf A MPNNl 1jql Ji it J 1 7j+ i Iiiy r I 1Sf 1t tofu 31 Jleetiugn hi ac Dr IAM1J lucky fur 1003 First DIstrlol S 8 ouvention Pembroke May il South District Association Lau castor June 17 Green River Valley S i Convention Central City J une 18 Coutolidated 8 S Convention L xlngton June25 IUnion JiHtrict 8 S Conveutl n Bowling Green rune 25 Y M t S COIVenUOnI Sturgis June 25 Central District S S Convention Currolton June 25 Central District Association e Bardbtown July 9 r 4R O V S S Convention Gucey July 10 London Dit51 let S Convuution ConBuiidati d AtjBociutinn I Cyutbiana July 15 W Ky G V S t8 ouvcutioiij I I Bethel Schuo hou e hardwood JulIO I Firt t District Adaneiationlreutou July 28 Gretn River S H Convention Western Green Valley 8S Con venume Howard Creek Association 3 tditvill JUlY 22 South Diatrlut L S ConentiouII Davbtown July 23 I Young AUB State Aaaociutioh New Libety S S Convention PajtontownJulj 8 1 General AssociationDanville August 2 Liberty ARencintion Green River Valley Association iMt Pleasant District Association RieUllI11t St 3I Ut Calvary District x8Hociition Ire inj t i Set 3 Lllttle R C V An8oclution I Mt Zion Callawaj co St ptt3 Zlon AflHciation Union Dintiict Association I S title Uuiou pt1S Libt rev S S ConventioniI London District AHA elution Altatnouiit Sept 17 I Hov ardb Creek S S Convention e Stumping Gnmijl Hr p21 CUIIVUIB W F C of LIIt S C V Aa oclatlou Dawson Oct 15 r EDUCATIONAL EXHIBIT AT CI NATIONAL BAiTiircdNVENioN PriVllt9ddWe wish to make our Philadelphia one of history of our National meetings I I We have arranged to have the photographs of all the leading minister ed ucators and business men and women reprinted at tbilh1 convention so to that pud we ask each person to end us their photograph atonce enclosing eh for framing your photograph We also wish the photographs of oburchep pchoole State Conventions Sundavschool Coiventioua and Baptist Young Peoples Union Conventions To make this movement a grand SIC cess each per ou having a drop of race I or denominational pride will respond Suggestions will lo begladly received s j Letme hear from you Ad toIStLWOMENS WORKo Mrs L M Jackson will fill the following appointments in the interest of the Baptist Women Educational Con ventionliardatown July 1012 Harrods Creek 18 t Green Caste 14 dooeiB Creek 15 Anchorage 10 Simpaonville 17 Junkies RunJJ 18 19 BeaUs SaUonI 20 Elk reek 21 Taylorflvllle M 22- fBlboraUeld H 23 Chaplain at Fairfield 3526 Pewee Valley 27 Brownsboro 28 LaGrange x jp29 v Smltbfieldn 80 tNe d 1 Eminence AugUBtla Pleasureridge U 3 CbrlBiiansburg Sl 4 Bag Dad- Frankfort 5 Ilib 6 1 Midway i V 80 Zion gill 1 10 Georgetowii lt v It Danville l t l2Jd AtokaJ 17 HarrodHborg l h 18 Perryyllle I Irt UJ Lebanon I 20 Pastors aril PreaidentE O J1hjver tJ lUUUb1j j nionta and meet our representative on lie JUt Ivat and make 1rcvlfit orber- entartatniuit jBy orderof tba fiolrd J 0r ltanaaerb 1 1itzrlt ptt- Y Jot 1f 4 tgt tJJ 1 jsttJJt i wr s t I = =or Are 1 1II i Soie 1 Your I USE I D Parac rnph Relieves ins antly I Sore Feet Sore Muscles Rheu matism Insect Stings Mosquito Bites Chafing etc etc 25c t 50c and 1 Bottles AH goons clruggUfp i I WONDERFUL t I DISCOVERYC- urly = i Hair Made Straight By I 1 I I = t I I b-I TAKEX pnosi UrnsI DaOasAND AFTER TIt r tTYiST iOZONIZEB ORIGINAL OX nfA ROW f r Oopyrlihud ufegrIJhe the scalp and prevents the balr from breaklcgoronfeadandcpRandmakes 92- hartnleu overforty7garaandnaedbythousandaWarranted Tcctlmoalala free on request It l torlr keepthe I CElegantlyTOOcanOwingtotbebestpossiblefortoifclJ5ulJ cents BOld by dragslflta and dealers or stnd fortbreobotUqat postal or exorou order Wl1to Tearname and address plainlyto OZONIZED OX MARROW CO 76 Wabasb Avenue Chicago llllaolj I 1 MiSSOURII- o PA G lEI tII RAILWAY I Via ST LOUIS and KANSAS CITY to COLORADO UTAH and the PACIFIC COAST DOUBLE DAILY SERVICE CAFE DINING CARS Meals a la Carte ELECTRIC LIGHTED TRAINS IRON MOUNTAIN ROUTE Via MEMPHIS direct to HOT SPRINGS ARK And Points in TEXAS MEXICO and CALIFORNIA DOUBLE DAILY SERVICE rIELECTRIC LIGHTED TRAINS For Further Information Advmfislag Matter etcAddre ItT G MATTHEWS TraX Pass Agt Room 202 Eqqltable BIdff tOUSViUEKY itc TOWNSEND o P aAtT ST LOUIS HOUSES AND UJ- SFOfeSALBa i jthe WeatJnd I Also in South Louisville I- W1JYP It YR rwhen you om Tsdj one ijf Itese beflutifullots at fifty cents perweelk t Without interest tf i I fofii OVFir Gq b JJom d EfJJr a a9u1 U1tttf tfieoce o i i ifft bi lit t IS iIj i fj c t Ir Ij 1 inl orf-pt NF f tl tr O f yll i c 7 I STUDY MEDICINE AND PHARMACY ATTHE f k- r4I5 t R Ap CollageFIFTBBNTHPays for profes slonal leGtures board and room thepropettrerefiti egalppeiaBy the Quarterly Nearly to Graduates in various peru of the country everyone ofthem enjoying a lucrative practice I System lS offered I I dSchoot of Medicine Fouryeanof six won ths each tBcxn IntTftarTUnltlCSWHO must retain stti lent to credit lor one years attendance teaching BOSitlonS Terms i January April July and October misatlonsatenar tena41OIlh00ilDIIo etDepartmat r Pharmacy Two years six months e rh eachdesireand address MedicineII t Loularlllo Ky 100 ESSAYS 4r BY 100 NEGROESA NEW BOOK IIReAD corn f5STOP I I Will it be for eonstryW UCouucu I eziattttrhogKtheneclf between t fIVInYthe courts of the South t raceVItput Into the haada i VII Will the education ot the solvo the e- ftVIIIa rtunltiea than the Sotttitt 1Ctn The eigps of a brighter future lor the American Negro txxvr The AmericaNegros opportnnttles fn AfricaXx I How to help the Negro to help himself car 1 rr rTber it will offer an incentive to strive after higher ideals twill remind the white man that the best solution Qtff problem is to recognize the intellectual and moral e InegrollIfies of his black brother I t JleONegroe J 100 essays or discussions on thirtyseven vital topicst JFromJJectValue Satisfllctlon g j race problem await it Agents never before made mosey halt r 41competitioD111 tvasalDgt Taioar rtpostagei COA12 Forsyth Stw Atlanta Ga i t 5 Nf c A rt r 3It J t LOUISVILLE MINERAL DIRECTORS 1rl y FirstClaM L1 r ice and Po iiteAttention call on the Louisville FuneralDirecton 1PineNew Rub ber tire Pnocrai 1 1 Car Alargesfock w- F ot Coffins and Caskets and Fum 1 era Supplies otr hand An Elegent White Hearse for use In Funerals of our Young 7eopte is now at your comDUlndI r Calls answered Day mid Night Funeral Car and Hacks at less coat tVorl1th w c WM J SILKMAN Manager jj- r j- t j- t f i 1 QH IIE INi A LIF rIME I IOR respectable v colored people to paqr om soh easy term PH M Djaild 513rPeon1er3 at 327 Fiftt 4 Street hive opened whit is kipara as Lincoln Caart Sob divlston on West Broidvviy and 35th Street A bautifulplot rr t of frqQ=d containmg 126 lots This property fronts on Broad 4 way 416 ft and it runs north i6eo feet within 150 feet of Chest y nut Street his an avenue 83 feet wid running to an alley This suburb has all the advantages of city improvments watera 1 gagsewr coaniictton3 Broada tvJll b eKr saved to Western Park and streeb cars will ran tQ it thisrI Ii REMEMBER THERE ARE ONLY 126 LOTSI in all and several of them have been sold If you wish to pnr chasea nom in a sslss1 qaiJKDi vu5 JII l ut colored people will bePermitted corns and see us At once nothingV I N 257 FIFTH 8T LOUI3V EIt t 1 lrfr 7 1 + i + ivTHE FXENTSWANTTSWINilMAPI x tllCT lirko frtfcM illrt t 1 9 9t r T f i R Y i t Ott t I rt- x 1