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Digital page images are linked to the text file. v I ==ir ILicr- 7 I f lr iTIi iii IF J r f I AU r I t- I LI Ip t jft ti T AMIC iCN BApTIS 1 TItt d A I 8L1 I l tl fl Ji I S3 uIsLrFRIDAYAUGUST tf 1903 I ESTABUSHED i 7 JM tffE FAci THAT SMILES I1 j Brother you are Balling backward to t ward tbe Boeuea of your mistakes ik 1 You are weeping oef your errors till I your proud heart almost br aks Youre naming and regretting you are Ihlg 0 alB And youer mhmim all the glorleft of thu preaeut att they pass iiLoavEI the grim and grewBouie picture lonK the otlwr way awhile For the lace ihatn toward the future IIn lit fane that wears the Buiile You are lost in contemplation of the blunder you have made y You uro nluhitig oer the couutlHB tliuts your ClUt has been dtamayed f But the utureH HUU IB shining on tUb future verdant trees Aud the lutureH birds uro sUiKing I you girt mirtning all uf these Cease tlmt UHWIVHM Raxing hnnkward ir look the other Way iiwhilo t Per the facon toward the future are the only oneH that smile tVben your hack IB toward the future then use barlng lamp of nope Throws your Hhmlow OIT your land HOapt and with hllndfU eyoH you grope For the LJltI4IiIIgf that hind vautiuied with tho thatcH ttY trove to bless t Face about nUll youll diHCovtr allL your groupings fruItlessnesS Youll be du7i iil lo LzIn glory ot the proMjiiCl lorawnil t But with fien tnrneti tto the nturo you wM learn tu w4 ar n Hiulle B timers American WOMENS WOK t Lvliig LeltchlUM on tu morning ofvJuii 2olHrwt nrri ve l at Wlizabeth town vr tilt I C Ry breakfHHted- WMtlnlenrHli t T iinuu Lsft tver the J L N ai U4tI m for Howling G wn to attend sit Union District Sunday School C mv uitln Vo wore enter alpt Iter Ltranger our de voted frlemTand coworkVr atfeiTileci each aenMlou of the convention MMch1 WM being held at Sttte Street chinch Peace and harmon prevailed Wc found Prof Toddl of Franklin Pret i dont t be up on Rule of Parliament ary practice the stldreeit s made tier r mona preached and apetH road were well received On Saturday evening at 9 pin Mr Win H Stnward and your humble nervant were Introduced and presented the claim f our work acollectlou of 9500 was rained and dl vided equally between UM the follow lua oontrlbutbua 25 cents each Prof A M Todd hfVH A WilliamHand p Wm Young brother Wm H Stewatd Mrs C G FiHhback We wer entertaind at dinner with others at the beautiful home of Rev and Mra C G FiHhback Ve found and left the uiemberi of tbe State 4rest chuiuh much grifved over their faithful and beloved pastor the Rev Flobbaok having offered his resigns ion cud who was then preparing to laove the following werk to eLter his new field of labor In the West God grunt that some other good aud great man may be culled to State Street who will do os much to build up Zion as this faithful pastor has done his pInup however will be bard to fill On Sunday morning at G oclock we left for South Carroltou a distance of 76 miles away Upon reaching thts point at f 4Q a m we are met by Miss Mary Brown who accompanied us to Sundaynthool We were introduced i Co the aciiool by paxtor Hutch sou and made a abort talk A collection of 75 cents was given for the work After the usual service at night we were in iTOilaoad to the audience aud addressed ttiem A collection of 75 cents was I given the following giving 26 cents I r allhj Rev P H Hutchison and Oro Harvey Uratt T tai from church and I Suudayaohool 1160 We were PleasI antly entertained at tt e home of George Brown and family so pleasant L f 61our tay that we regretted that we pJail to leave At 1080 a mf Monday t twe rro vff for Livermore we were I I met by dear sister Borah and little A1 JBuSak and otere soon comfortably 2 I 1 botited In their pleasant home where lIlt W8 bay tipped each year Rev Wat r 0u1tha pastor paid us aoaU and bade us wrfedBe At 8 p m we visited i t KIre Baptist oburon after devotional XlrolfM we WOfelntroduced and tAlk 1 at luph lpon tbe pus ofur work aaJ a the tDolulloQ of whrcb iiYtj rganlxtri College Hoosety with tM ffitoWlBip offloerii Mines Lena CJHKtttt art ftula Borah presidents Jfymto tljlor anjOtabl Fields eec EXr Della Humphrey Tress l rin leis lAp Watson GeorgI- aawIWitk= J orab rnrnb- eirJi lfI Qt c thfqiIowlng 1 s l J Ii a 1 i j 0 4F uauied POIBODB contributed 25 cents each Miss Verua Mooriuau Mr Isaac Willis Bro W O Fields total amount contributed 311 We next visited Utica stopped with Bister Sallie How ard who always welcomes us to her hospitality and at 8 p m we visited Bethlehem Baptist church of which RevWH Sbelbourn is pastor A large and unpit dative audience ot young people a enabled to hoar UH After we hud iaicA the claims of our work before theta we fuicureded In reorganizing the College Society with following nfflcerf Minses Hettie Hunter Effle Bird and Mrs Lizzlo WicklifT presidents Miss a ddle Tolbert and Bertha Ashby sec rHiHrie Clemmle Atihbj treasurer i Miss Ueury was elected chairman of tit B ard of Managers the remaining two members to be elected at next reg ular meuteng The society of this church hUH for some years been one of the motet jicilva In this section of the slate but the church having been without a pabtor for BOinn time the work In general has run down consUl erbly but since they have secured the services Oi our good brother She uorn woHhall SA usual expect great things from iethlehem Brother Ed Henry gave 25 uenln total amount given 125 Wo letl after service for te home tlf uur dear friend Mrs Ana J Johnson seven miles distance Reaching her beiuifiil country home through the uturt Hy of MX TI Suhlvingly an hon tired deacon of Pleasant Point church J After a ref3csbiug nights rest we were uu on time next morning and delight ed to look out over her spacious farm of ilk acres containing fruit trees of many varieties fields of torn tobacco wheat fto We spent a most delightful day drove up to the church at night where we were delighted to meet our frleui aud widea wake slater Evlo TiiiHloy A large crowd assembled to hear uu RevS P Locke the beloved pastor could not be present but had auuouuced and arranged for the meet lug We sound the Church and Col lege society spiritually and fiuauoially alive Devotional exercises were con ducted by Rev Bl Newton the choir rendered choice selections from Celef liai HhowerarWe were then IntrodnoeBi in U pleasing manner by Mrs Evie Tinaley after our address a collection of 810 was given UB for tbe work tje following contributing 26 cents each i Deacena T L Shivingly L R Murry brethren Henry Payne J W Hayues Mlsaefl Prieoilla Richardson sold one- obititI we spent the night with Mitts Richardson at the home of Mr T L Suviugly and mother whezo were pteaaautly entertained This home btHud comprises of four farms eon t linug between five ani six hundred acrea of land well under cultivation owned by two brothers the elder a widower the younger a teacher Re left early next morning through the kiudnesH of Messrs Shivinglys in company with Miss Richardson in a buggy fox Oweusboro a distance of be tween fifteen and twenty miles Driv lug through intense heat and dust we found ourstlveffsafe In Oweneboro at 1180 a m Spent the day aUhe pleas ant home of brother and sister Richard son on Harriet street Misses Nannie Locke and Georgia Howard called In the aftornoon to welcome UB At 780 p in we reached the home of Rev J WClarke and in company with him and dear sister Clarke we visited Centre Street church of which he Is pastor A small crowd was in attendance af ter uevQtloual services Rev Clarke in troduced us we made a short talk and a collection o f110 was given UB the following contributing 25 cents each Rev J W Clarke Mrs Mamie Clarke We spent the night bt the parsonage aud enjoyed an early morning drive iu company with one of the deacons his wife and sieter larke Spent a pleasant day night at the most inviting home of Rev and Mrs Wm Allen At 780 p In Friday we visited 8wee ny Street cbUipfc pf which Rev Allen is the progressive pastor A pleasing audience greeted UB Rfty Allen Impressively conducted devotional exer cases after which we laid the claims of our work before them A College Society was organized with the follow lug oflQcarst sisters Fannie Allen Chi na Davis and Eliza Beli presidents i Annie Culllus and Helen Jackson sec retaries Belle McHenry treasurer Mary Johnson Mollie Jackson and Ce oiL Beard Board of Managers A col lection of 150 was given the follow lug named persons gave 85 cents each Rev Wm Allen Mrs Dannie Allen and Elder endleton We left Rqv Al len on Saturday at 1146 to remain over Sunday with Rev Dr Smiths family a1d our wlflt aid much beloved itjend sad pred x3Moor Mre UA Howard We bydearaleterDr Smith aid aiv W 0 Atlea bf liJn1It tI t t f lt it r71 1 1 ff It t t f at the IIExchange where we found sisters Smith and Howard busily en gaged trimming making and Ailing haiti and other articles They bave a well furnished establishment and have an excellent trade Spent the night with Miss Georgia viifed Fourth tISunday culled at 980 a m was wel comed proficietdI to aet such a large alto dance were introduced by pastor with aud m de a short taUt Bud tbe school reuponded with a donnUou uf one d liar We at tended U clock Berrictv this was the bj lEtting of the great Jubilre The ohurchwaa be utilnlly dtcorattd with paluis etQteJy oleaiul m in full bloom potteu plautf c a ilmer feruBaitd railing vlues until the chancel and ai ter were altubut nidileh rrum ight the whole atmosphere was filled with the fragrance and the entire auditorium watt a ve iitablf summer bonei Uev Allen wa the Hptnker fur ihiw Hervic be preach itt powerful ueriunu afur which tlitt unriUKS were made Dr Hiuilh then illulHlq dUalI ai d when we had finlslifil our appeal wnw fa Hldt d IUKn1tlouI Bean1vI lUrfUW1HI ButchlHon sIsters Caw e Ait true Powell Mollie WutkltiH Lizze DrtViB Husie Gi iudy Annie JCIUIHOII Jobaua Cabblu We UHO attended 3 oclock praise service many members aud friends joined heartily in this service each having a word of commendation to 8ny of Or Smith for the great work done We were forced to leave before dlmmsMon to make our train for Pow ers citation for night service We left sortie shouting many weeping others singing and all things being done to the honor and glory of God because of the fact Fourth Street Baptist church Btno4 from that hour free from debt Yours in His Service L M JACKSON Ss H EO On account of the statements which have been persistently if not nla1iolou ly made cone ruing my views upon the unwritten two years tenure of office for the Moderator of the Gmeral Asso olatlonU desire to vary from my ac customed rule and say 1 That not a single line has ever appeared editorally iu the colums of the AMERICAN BAPTIST favoring or approving such a rule aJThatl have never expressed a word privately or publicly in favor of or en dorsing the rule 8 That I have never favored orop posed any candidate for Moderator on account of this unwritten lav and have never advanced this as a reason why any brother named for that office should be elected or defeated 4 To the contrary I have always favored tbe good old Baptist custom of selecting men for position because of their competency and fitness and retain them as long as the cause Is bene fitted or its interests promoted by ttyla service I hope tuls will settle the question for all lime as to my opinlcrh on this subject and that the brethren will hold me responsible accordingly x Yours etc WM H STRWARU Loul ville Ky Aug fiLl 1908 EDUCATIONAL EXHIBIT AT TH Ji NATIONAL BAPTIST CONVENTION We wish to make our convention at Philadelphia one of tine best in the history of our National meetings We have arranged to have the photograph of all theleading ministers ed ucators and business men and women represented at tfrla convention so to that end we ask each person to send us their photograpbat once enclosing n for framing your photograph We also wish the photographs of Conven9onaSun4avtchool tist Young Peoples Union Conven lions To make this movement a grand enc cess each person having a drop of rue or denominational pride will respond Suggestions will Iso be gladly re ceived Let me hear from you Ad dress tjommpnicatipnfi to MISS rANNI fDODD TMafgarettSt v St Pault Minn I tLhtnr e1DCsmi- a rt d 06 jjjjjjjjj AN INTERESTING LETTER FROM REV C P M 8GBEE I Pasto Broa way Baptist Chin h Winchester Ky I I J I desire ttcci1i myleavewas one be trying ordeals of my life and in Ue ppupJetberea diy eye In tIms church Pleading atid tusk lug that WP remain with them Tho church officers and oven the bnt white citizens of the oily sll red to raise my salary it I would remain with tliim But feeling that the Holy Spirit aipoluted me to another field of JIhf 1 could uotbe pernuadrd anylongerI At the lime I decided to l ave Ntiw port where I hud nearly85vndrbi tlme ninety dollars Mid this amouniwas raised by a onunltiet of si mr laud hrotiiiTx and pain on tjlr tKht I lilY fir well eriiinii The III rge niumint ntlHKj liy IIIfHIUlttie raised StJnlbf1IuiiU1 tiI nditflon mightbewell If bwnltake UoIy4pI1tIleader and tbH people for his followers May the Holy SpIrit aend them a lead that conquesttoI came to Winchester June 3rd and started immedi tely u1 on my work We have averaged twenty five dollars per week since we have been here aud it was phid by the older members of the church and younger t nes too The church is better spiritually and fl nauoilly than it has been since the days of Rev Baker I desire to say for the Broadway Baptist church that It haabu Jfewequala ana noauperlois ani if Gou will bless ua In the future hit e basin the past it will not be lonji tIe ifny pff pny Bipttyt ohuroh win lu to the churches In the sato of Ken tucky what the light house Is to the seaman or the pilot is to the ship for her hospitality lIs unbounded It is the desire of the Broadway Baptist church to entertaia the General AHBO elation in August 1904 riot only is Broadway desirous of entertaining this august body but the entire Baptist family of Winchester Since rhe Gen eral Association has never convened in Winchester andtheraro 600 Baptist at First church 150 at Washington Street 100 at Gentile and 250 at roadway with Dr Hoffman Rev Brook Rev Taylor and the writer of this letter who are marshaling these forces un der the banner of One Lord One Faith and One Baptism we will say to the Baptist family of Kentuoky meet with us in the sitting of 1004 at the Broad way Baptist church Now as It the next sitting of the General Apsaoiation at Danville Ky we hope tobe there if God will and Broadway wllMbe represented If we are not in accord with the work of the Executive Boara we mean to do four part for we do believe that the Ex ecutive Board was premature in its action taaen relative to the New Conven lion organized and we hope to be heard from upon the floor at the Asso elation wheDtbat matter is brought up The Moderator of the General Association in 4iia paper has been writing and offering a reward for C P M BIgbee of Newpqrt who was lost strayed or st enl desire to say that he may bring his reward Ii png for the pastor of the Broadway Baptist church will bring the above named gentleman to Danville at the sitting of the General Association and when we shall have elected the 4 Moderator and the Secretary whom the people desire then the reward will be claimed I will Close by saying I hope that every messenger and member of the Associa tion will vote to come to Winchester In 1904 Pray for our success lVPMBlGBBK Winchester Ky j1 r FOR uthTVARS at MM WINSIX w OOTHIHO STRUT na been traM for prer yyearajyrnnuo oJf mothers for their chlldrta whileI tttib ig with pfrfcct ivcftacc It eoothw the ckildjsbtttaa tl e gnma allays all pain cur wimot colic amd i the best noafcdy wlflftllevitkcpcoellttiaiereri tTrugMfneeptaboit1t sze ed ask foe Mi J pf 1i r il JI ff f J ItJt t M 1 J E IJ J S MONTHLIES BtiUstsvferimteUeat 7 cabBaptist Teicker 10It iprprqiiirttrIBiblloaStBdles for older scholar NEW monthly 7 cab each per qtuTteri 25 cab etch trf- tart eQUARTERLIES J Sealer 4ceats AdrtHced 2ItIntermediate 2fPrtaary3Upncofyl ptrtptarttrl It p i PAPERS pryuHri ptrywt JJ yOUPeojla weelily 13 cab 50 cab I SoyiadGlrll weekly 6X 25 MI auUtt1 Gatt 5 29 M- YcvarKckier1u Ii semimonthly 3It 14It ti BJ Young Rater monthly 2v 7 It Tbul1ow rluurJlfrtlfIh offive or I GWork monthly 15 cub trJlllrJ In chubJrmore 10 trIIIrI lBaptist I WESTERN HOUSE I40T OllTCStreet Sf Idmls Mo I II 1 A PERFECT TRIP Grand Any Train to the Reunion at San Francisco IILouisville Kyt July a5 11103Allar raugem nts hay uow been completed by W Go Foree Commander Grand Armyr l Uf the Republic Department of Keutnc ky for the most elaborate trip ever II planned rdr the lrituoky Veterans aod their friehds to tho 87th National Eo campment which will be held at dan Francisco Aguut 17 84 1903 Through Pullman tourist sleepers willI be operated from LouIsville over tbe lines selected as the official Route onj t evening train of August 9th leaving Up IIon Depot at 885 p m via the popular I Henderson Route to SU Lout tbe Mis south aclflc Ry to Pueblo the tcenip Rio Grande Lines to Ogden and the Southern Pacific Ry to San Franoisoo and IPS Angeles Arrangements have been made permit tlng those that go with the Headquarters train to spend one day in Denver one day in Colorado Springs one dayjn Salt Lake City and tbe schedule IB so prepartdIi ss to permit a day light ride through the Rocky Mountains Wtizx DEn erf1i reached the Seeinij Denver car t1 take the party through all pf the prln oipal streets anrfip sight OT Il point olt interest in ttija woiiderlul city Aftfr supper the sumfitt jgarnn parks and other placeltJ Ib ioiasa amniemeota I can be visited and steepert will belooa ted convenient to the deftot where t9Z can be occupied for the night The day and eveilng4atI Coloraibt Springs can be speak iii r The principal points of interest t this plaoe among which are Pikes Peak Manitou Grand Cavern Garden of Use Gods Rainbow Falls Cave of tbe Winds Ute Pats and the Cog Rdads amply repay thoje taking the trip and arear vw elation those who kayo only read TM these Datura wonders Thy must be seen to realize their wonderful beauty and magnitude After leaving Colorado Spring the convenient schedule allows a dajllgbt ride to Glenwood Springs though the Heart of the Bookies One feature of this dayllgfit ride through the mountains that awes the beholders and one that will ever ben membered lijtia Royal Vorgc that awful ltlmoDla 6t nature force the walls of which aUe for over half a mile from the yer bed the train will run very slowly through thIs gorge BO good view pf the eptife eight m lea may lie scoured Salt M1rl City where a day will be spent is one of the molt remarkable places in all- 1 taM world Here the Mormons erected tabernacle wltha seating pfpacfry oZ SOOO persons alto the rzd temple coatjag 400000000 FpHfMBB nalles away ia the Great Bali tt the Dead SUof America TnJitij and mysterious in land aealiaa aslirea pf 2KOO square slUMr and is 4 OOOrfeet abpf ke level pf tae sea 1housaadesoA tkeff HhaaaHy to The day spent tat Ibis place will 6 dae big tfejiibered and tat travel ItoSalV Lake City s JjCfll1 b JISo 1 tkl7fp nJt fr J afJiitc plJI f i 1 1 r LESSON LEAFLETSi J liala letateuk J IiterzedMte pecopy 1 Primary J1 peryvarUrl t iHetvralaaasas 2 cabin uI C ptryturttrl I BlUe Laaaem Ficttna 1S ptrqturUrl HOME DEPARTMENT L 1 SUPPLIESpSealer Isiu Defartmeat QUr IA4artataatQfirterly 1 ptr cofy I ptr fuerttrj p ILLUSTRATED i r cab American Pufilication Society Headquarters eIghpe1ng t perpondlcullrly r that a bitQfilaiUirattnJ aYearegUe liiIlo cabI eaUn Jisurlption nor willour spacaa i i tlow of more than a mere mention of a efew of the delights of this wonderful and fcoamopo it n city It has hotels of everyrdisoripiion and restaurants of world wide 1 r k fame French Italiaan America 1j and icbvisit ltockr wjbales hut for tbo excellent be eb aa t well though for bathing and luzurloa I n Sutro Baths are perhaps more attractive f Among numerous other attractions tDai P L rnotedqbinatown itbetboJHopkins Htiaaum of Art while near bx = +tare numerous and delightful resorts IQ JI I eluding tbeseaside city ot Santa Cms the fruit orchard of San JoeJhe gardiu rcity of the West Mt Hamlltpny whwrala located the wonderful Wok Observatory ftI knd Mt iamalpals from whlcn may 60 Meen spread at ones very feet the pan p crams pf the Golden Gate There will undoubtedly be a great many pepplfi outside of the G A R who will be glad to avail tbeiselves of this thrpo btburlBfbar service andtbejyfry icheap railroad and sleeping oafFatefti 1noqnoed J ii I I i 11 1JJL4 r Ne m Jl18I iI i1r I1tt I tarplburg t j1Induct 84i Aidat2827and83 jw HraID8tltu r V 1 1ersi aJIAiquested to be preaodt and hilpl t meUflgUuQo 1 4it Vl 2- I L LBuTLsa43- aCheetnUtetIetIgtonxy p i1 I Ir 1 EWOMEIVS WR1 I r Mrak MJaekBpn will fill thkfqli Lovlna appointments in thoqteresioItBptIst Womsjhs edneailonal CoaI r AZ ventlon l ti Eminence kujugi2 Pleasurerldpe J j Wl- CbritIaxsIg l 4LBagDad 4 4 Midwayr Frankfort c i it 16ii Jj I lJfGeof lt J UIiDanvlllo 11 Atoka IA lfirCto ff i HarrodRburgPefryylile p t f 21jJCJr r j Lebanon 1 tt1 IO f j GretnbjargCampbellsflUp XL Ilr 4t w 22 Junction City jiipPBpisersct l ztI JI 1 ifJ Stanfbrd jX t M Lan r Jt 1 1 t aIntiik t 1 l t 4t 1L I Kirksvine 0 sot r Pythntown 4st iz 2fBtehmoad I 1 4i4 Itrfe1t t rUloes 4ltter Creak rJh i46 ft- I rlJQJ 4 PutoIe41dtao itloeist1s vequiited t 1ulioaieeidoj Zt r hi IIJk tiit e4er atst1v1r- ly r A r i It aEakaprvIai tiiOs 1 Iwtr 1 sgWMMMaraj f QciCjiiII4 1 b Yl if 4 iha it j Pt T r I ii1 Q i I 2 fftat 1tfAI nj f I C i AMEJJICAST BAPTIST FRIDAY AUGUSTA 1908 4bb u T iII tiJt rPAiERIANi BAPTIST t 1 i astABUSI i879 J J ool VERY FRIDAYs l aZ PUBLISHED If OFFICE j ltd FirtH Sr Iouisviiwjf KY I I uII1L2i- e v c Yufn advance 125 14 1II JP iI y MONTHSr 75 I JtHJdmMoNTiIs II 40 IflTONB copy FRBR aII I On year le Mf ooa wbofll eDdia fiT i mwr d6a1 Th dMOB tholabel dyou papr bowto what 1 t ukavpaW Ti srvcsbat as iDt andC svqusstQrpayaantIf t not been gist within two ot ArM trbfrom tInt of pc aenty otifjr us Asa +oAJy us promptly of any cbanfe in Post Offi e orjj t idrtss so tbutbtra any be no tmr or tttUr to v sr of paper J FRIDAY Auorsr 7 1903 i Tkta V Fer IB regularly mailed f itamWtcribers until adeflaitt eider tO lJIcentinue Is received pet die snbscrlpUon paid In 1m t tile tte the order lic ive J NEXT Wednesday the General a Association will assemble in theii First Baptist Church Danvitle KyC and from present indications it will 1 be a large and enthusistidithig in the interest of Missionaryftand I Educational work There is an increased interest in these enter 1 I prises and this mons much not onlvJJ in the way of permanent suppoit j but in efficiency as well In some sessions of the General Association tee Board of Trustees has stood the J blunt of the censure and unforable criticism JJut this year it iis different and Executive Board comes in for its share of criticism for whet it calls advanced steps in missioq work which has aroused much un favorable comment and many breth red expect a very warm and anima ted meeting on this discussion but in our judgment the discussion illcc qerharjiCterized y fairness ndII earnestness and will be bared en I F tirely qpon the acts of the Board and free from personalities The Board has certainly ignored all pre I Icedents as well as the sentiment of ji the Baptist off the State in mucnof A i3 work thisYear andits members should not take offense at the Boards actions being discussed and p approve 9r disapprove asthe Asso ciation sees fit There is no use being overly sensitive about this matter since those who have led in I these new movements have been free in season and out of seasdn top Criticise and censur others When i- ttthirlgshave been done which they did not approve A friendly dis cussion 01 the report pf the ExecA I lIve Board will tib1V dfoubt ettle the- question permannlly S to its pbwer along other lines which Will f certainly arise in the near future i- L1kunless it iis settled now Thi can 1andougbtto be done in a friendly and brotherly way and the member of the General Association who I Icantdo that ought to make up his mind in advance to keep out oLthe discussion and allow those with a grace in their hearts and who love ttuir brethren attend Idandrespectto it lvii ft THE spir in which a thing is aid has much fb do with the effect 4 it has upon thormost concerned t The commen R bf our exchanges 4 upon the recefir session ol the Afro American Council in this city have ijt been read with more than usul in terest and it is astriking coincidentt Ji5thatmost of the unfavorable coin t ments have come from those who Il j dp ndt attend the l meetings and It I Have very little personal knowledge of the Council or itsplans and work u The press reports were not au thentic in many respects and not q J only exaggerated the little exciting LI incidents but misrepresented he sentiments and actions of theses aioh erid itis upon these report that tD toi the criticisms were fcased Tbe mtjhbertr of the Council me I IutetrM reienting the intelligent 1 I consrvatweand arnestq 1f- t f 1 the cspuId IegotteiiltogethertJ tiidymore wiitai1iib Jnd bn- c 4 t oq VtekcVfto-j c 1t 14- m j 1 if 1i t i1 1 J ti I race Ileader and since their presenc would be welcomed they shoW identify themselves with it and hdp to perfect the organization and make it the agency for good which all acjmit it could be made Thi plan wouldbe decideely better thai organizing another body or findin fault with those who are tryinj faithfully to adopt measures tha t vill be for the best interest ot th- race t THE rate to the General Associa- tiOn at Danville will be one am oijethird fare plus 25 tents for the round trip upon the certificate plan An effort was made fo 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 isa change in the rule this year which will oper ate against securing reduced rate to these meeting in the future and tha- is a messengers must pay at least 75 cents iin coming before the certifi fcate is available and then the re turn fare is onethird the regulai fare plus 25 cents This will make it necessary for ministers to obtai certificates instead of using clergy permits if they wish to insure the rates in the future even to the Gen- eralI Association Last year at Pa luch while there were over three hundred in attendance only one hundred and forty seven held certificates I nd this is the number tha the railroads give credit ffor Now ifone half fare is to be secured in the future the number of certificates must be increased and they cannot be increased unlessYninisters will use them instead of using their permits when attending the General Association THE programme for the National Business League in Nashville Aug 1921 has been issued and in dications puint to a large and suc cessful meeting Certainly the pro gramme represents every phase of business life among our people and the character of the leaders show plainly that good results must ffol Jo f sucha gathering Reduced rates to the meeting may be secur ed by obtaining a certificate when ticket is purchasedand every agent is authorized to issue these certificates upon application it Among the interesting features pf the Generall Association in Dan- viiIe1xti week willl be the presence of evs F Solrni PortShepstone jjaiatIPeter Mngjibisa Qunipa East Griqblau South Africa and C P Rier ialramar bo South Amereca These 4bfethjen are un der appointment jfof bur Foreign Mission Board ajcdl Ome to this cpuntry to bringt fresh news iron beJField and to tnspire and cheer tooserwhp have taught them the way of tKe Lord through our Missionary THE Cardinals Conclave in Rome las Monday in secret session elected Cardinal Sarto the Patri arch of Venice as Pope ol the Catholic Church and successor to- leo XIII The announcement wa received with great delight by the crowd which had anxiously awaitec the resuitin that city His selec tion seems tobe especially acceptable to American Catholics as it iis unders ood thfet Cardinal Gibbon was largely instrumental in securing Sartos elevation The nev Pope is thought to be in accon with the policy and view of hii predecessor and he has selectee Pius X ad his official name I ON TO L1AFI1LLEI I I To the Presidents and member of tbeB Y P Ug of Kentucky Greeting Many thanks to you foi the noble work you did 1 last year Our Eresident Rev CG ifishbacl has left the state andI tnisl tha the contributions sent 40 Danvilli this year wiH surpass all others awe hope to paourfaitbfk4pgan- ceJ Rv W llamji all1 wi cim T6filayci Jr p Ilf ilII sIlt1itif I t fo f iF tC t NEWS AN8 NOTESI On to Danville is the Baptist watchword t Madam Selika is conducting a musicali studio in Philadelphia Rev L H Dodd has accepte call to the Baptist church at Yosemite Ky His address will still be Danville Ky The West Virginia Baptist Convention will meet in Annual sessioi at Hinton Aug 1921 An interesting meeting is expected Delegates attending the Masc nic Grand Lodge at Paris Ky August iSth in order to secure reduce rates must procure a certihcat from the railroad agent when ticket Iiis purchased Through ticket to Paris should r be purchased as it is the cheapest The Forest Baptist church will hold its annual Basket Meeting at NeVburg next Sunday to which they invite their friends Those at tending may take the East Broad way ears and get Offat the Ity limits where conveyances will meet them and take them to the grounds The veteran race leader Geo To Downing died at his home in Newport R I Tuesday July1 2ist after a protracted illness aged 74 years Mr Downing is perhaps the last of the strong and prominent character of the race who were leaders in the antislaverymovement before thi Civil War Messengers who expect to attend the General Assgciation at Danville next week and who have not al ready done so should inform Rev IT E Wood iDanvillt i iy- so at G1 that arrangements may be made for their entertainment This iis very important and should not be neglecteo i Robert Lee the Ngrd who killeed the policeman in Evansville Ind which baused the terrible riot iin that city a few weeks ago resulting in the death of a number of people died in the Indiana Reformitor Jeffersonville Ind last Friday fron wounds inflicted by the policeman Lee was taken to Jeffersonville fo safe keeping awaiting triall Judge Robert B Richardson 01 Monrovia Liberia Associate JJustic of the Supreme Court tof Lib ri and Present of Liberia College ih in this country studying our educational methods He was handsome ly eutertained iri Washington Cit last week by Mr H P Slaught J who is the Liberian Vice Counsul The Baptists of Louisville ViI leave in a special car over the South ern Railway for the General M sociatipn at Danville Tuesday morn ing Aug Pat 740 oclock Mqs sengers and friends who desire t make the trip are invited to joi the party Purchase through ticlk et to Danville and secure a certifi cate when ti ket is purchased so a to get benefit of the reduced rate Finally be it said that downrigi industry is the leaders Secret 0- II power Ambitious men when fijle with conceit think that they cal I i figure and flutter over a measure ijJ advance and then tarry it by a bniJ fient charge at last Victories di not come this Way It is the ma who wdrks the hardest beforehand strengthens his defenses at ever point guards against every surpris 1 anClooJtsafter every detail when men wilt follow to victory or death sVV It H in Baptist ArgusI l I tHeroi iis ti odnundrtim In Atlanta If the new fearne nlbuil3in qII sqpni- ed by I r pulc1 JilxtIOQ is r ijgci- l1d4 JI5 tbc N i1 iP = r f 0 0f W tti ty says In all thingg that degrad and drag down there iis no color line Facilities for drinking and gambling are as wide open for Mac boys as for white and while the city has not seats enough in her schooll houses for half her black children she has ample provision Sot them in her jails The conundrum is why doesAtlanta close the door of elevation and open onfy that of degradationCentral Chris tian Advocate The National Grand Lodge of the United Brothers of Friendship iic St Louis elected the following offic ers W A Gaines Covington Ky National Grand Master P F Hill Memphis Tenn National Deputy Grand Master Walter M Farmer St Louis Mo Natibnal Grand Secretary L H Harrison Birmingham Alar Assistant National Grand Secretary W F Bleisoe Marshall Tex National Grand Treasurer At the same time the SyM T elected officers as follows Miss Martha V Webster Louis yule Ky National Grand Princess Mrs Katie M Moore Columbiar Mo Vice Grand Princes Mrs Mattie Whitlow Ohio National Grand Secretary Mrs Edmonia Watkins Illinois Asst Grand Sec retary Mrs Mattie Moore Texas National Grand Treasurer Mrs Laura Williams Louisiana National Grand Chaplain Present From Uayslitk Boptis Church and Friends In regards to coy agth birthday July 13 about the hour of 9 p m I was perusing the Scriptures ior wisdom and knowledge of Gods truths when I heard the sound of the feet of persons coming singing He will never leave thee or forsake thee headed under the lead I r ership of sister Henrietta Hawkins 1 1Jl1imitatingfilled with much enthusiasm and gratitude The door was opened to welcome in the persons of sisters Hennetta Hawkins Mae Hawkins Bell Johnson Zattie Hicks Fanny Coleman Amy Coleman Nancy Lofton Bertie Settles Gertrude Thomas Omer Thomas Frankie Chord All presented us with presents as a token of their love and appreciatiCn of their pastor II These are are only a few pf the good people in Mayslick We are loved by saint and sinners and we love them all After reading the 23d Ps and prayer we extendedt our earnest thanks also holding a few moments conversation Each I departed for their respective homes lleaving us to feel that God will withhold no good thing from those that walk upright before Him Yours for Christ- I l J W THOMAS I w Mayslick Ky I fJITY STEMS The Baptist pastors of the city are punning to attend the Genera Association in Danville next week 1The Lords Supper will be administered at the Antioch lind Ninth st Baptist churches next Sunday afternoon The Republican Convention tc nominate a ciiy ticket will be helc fII Monday evening AugC 31st at Mus IIC Hall The Board of Directors of the l Colored Orphans Home will meel at the Y M C A Rooms 942 W Walnut next Thursday evening l Mrs W L Ganaway Of E Mad isonSt entertained a Dumb t 01 V friends at breakfast Monday Aug e 3 1903 in honor of Miss Sadic 1 Lipscoinbe of Chicago Remember the outing of th University Societyatid Sniffy school of Fifth St cburcfe tfe Fcr Grove Thursday Awg JfiHfi Thferi will be tp bds1 o1 at 93O an- anotherat IJ rcl fc Tickiti t i t i ts f Id i + u16 t r STIITEUNIVERSItYLouisville C YJ i iiIEstablished by the General Association Colored Baptists of Kentucky t 1879 and conducted for the religious intellectual and indutrUt training of young people Offers instruction in Ministerial MiJical Liw College Normalf Preparatory Business and Musical departments under experienced and competent instructors Ample accommodations in the Boarding Depart tment for both sexes under wholesome and elevating influences Termstreasonable Instruction 1993ForREV C L PURGE D D President t LLouisvilleKy 1fI t KentuckyJT2Jn5ueProposes lI Expenses Annual Library Fee zoo Board including table Jart Jfurnished Roojisv1exception ofpillcws aud bed t covering per month T 50 1 EIGHT INllrRiPt offered students who attend this School TsorJRICO Dormitories one for girls and one for boysr I onSchoolCampus j For further information write J S Hathawayj ii Frankfort Ky I 1tDID you KNOW v That the AMERICAN MUTUAL AID ASSOCIATION of 1st Thorns Mo his an ffice in this cily No Well it has and has inaugurated a Subordinate Assembly and also its FREE MEDICAL PLAN The attending physician is Dr K D Whedbee 928 r th St Phone 5044 The Association pays accident sick and death benefits Further information nay be obtained by calling on the Supreme Deputy Organizer E B Hampton 929ii Tweflth Street where be is per manently located IIC I T the Kindergarten will be held at Jacob St Tabernacle next Sunday afternoon at 330 pm Rev T M Hawes will address the meeting and friends to the cause are invited Miss Anna Smith of Indianapolis vasgivenan elaborate jceeeptipnj last Thursday evening b lthe Misses Bertie Bolan and Mayme Withers at the residence ol Miss Lucy Stewart South i6th St An enjoyable evening was spent by a number of friends of the guest The Illinois Central Railroad will run its annual excursion to the E mancipation Celebration in Padu cab tomorrow The Uain will leave the Seventh St Depot at 630 oclock A M and the fare will be only 200 for the round trip This is always one of the most pop ular excursions of the season and there will be a great number of peo pie to avail themselves of this low rateMr r John C N Fowles one ofthe oldest and most respected citizens ol our city died at the DuValle resi dence 1923 W Chestnut sjreet last Monday afternoon and was burned Wednesday afternoon by Cyrene Compandry K T and Keystone Lodge No 3 F and A Masons The serviced were of the most im pressive character and were conduct ed by Rev J H Frank D D his pastor and Rector T J Brown The enterment was at the Eastern Cemetery On account of the rain the Knight remplars and Masonic ceremonies were performed at the residence Mr Fowles hasliyed it this city since 1850 and enjoyed the confidence and respect of every one who knew him His only relative isii- a sister who lives in Philadelphia but he has a host of friends in this city to mourn his death s I r- WESSON AJH f Mr Mamie Root of Cincinnati visiting in this city this week th guest qf Mrs Mary Johnson lira John 24elson texingtpn iii sending a low Weeks m the city Dr IB S Porter has returned fror ayii5tO hicao Mis MiyV Hicks is vhftIfi- frie ds f indianapolil r Mx TbiltniofJ Tbpfrpfoi ob oa1iQri3ia o rst aidic where it will be done slyMrs Mary H Bullitt and Mrsi Maria Manney spent last Sunday with friends in Frankfori Ky l Miss D Lillian Tribble has gone inFordrKy whefQ pbg will J the mopth of August Rev JIW Carr D D jol Sir 4- Jvariab Ga passed thrOugh the cityi this week returning ffrom a vlsif iMssbeen making her home ini this city ifor some time has returned to Emjot inence Ky j1 t Mr Charles Clinton and Jdisi Anna Smith left Sunday for thei home Indianapolis after a pleasant1 t t stay with friends v 1 Mr and Mrs Thomas MUikeri were in the city Sunday on theIr A Way to Bowling Green affer a shortv stay in Indianapolis 1 i t Miss Hattie Fitzhugh of eVir laqd ia in the city the guest of tAt IfEdw Washington 1 3th street Miss SadieLipscombe of Clia go is in the city the guest of MUM Hattie Lipscombe P if Mrs Coleman Watts andsonof East Madison St are visiting reji f Ordbmrd tltKyI Mrs Leslie Fields of Colc Sti at Crab Orchard visiting refativi i and friends 1 CfIi Mrs Julius R Cox of tPditnipcg lis is visiting friends in the chy u- Mr and M s W H fiprrisdjiS dianopolis were in the fitf tbs week r- I s dI l v NOTICE I i By the resignation ot our lo J pastor the Rev C G fitAMIjB D July 1St gQ3 UQ pit is now vacant iThe Undersigned w r sjjpofi its acojnmitee td correspoiKf w various ministers and invitistdlf appar before the chtck a l think would meet the ppjthe church Wll te eiysuch a wo invite to ritik 1 luG Lovib y p SVCThCkOI 1 JU Sadd DuD f oLtIEdw a 1 k l f J ran BJ t 1 Vt t rri1 cr QrIJ Ikr Piitrt Nt 3 i I ir r Ij fd L f jc oi l ht 5t L ttf k y l IT YlAUGUST71908 j The Cause of Many DeathsIfc thcoonIs tlve Many sudden deaths are caused byI It heart disease pneumonia heart 11 failure or apoplexy are often the result t of kidney disease If I kidney trouble is aI ILoweI to advance th- ekidneypoisoned3 blood will attack the J thekidneysaway cell by cell Bladder troubles most always results from a derangement of the kidneys and a cure Is oftheyout8nKilmersSwapRoot remedyIti to hold urlneand scald Ing pain In passing It and overcomes that t unpleasant necessity of being compelled to gaoften the manytimes thethighest its won derful cures of the most distressing cases r SwampRoot Is pleasant to take and sold f fTKhavooncdollardudt 1 4 this wonderful nsw dis t covery and a book that laS all about it both Horn of SwapRoot CoBinghamtonreading this generous offer in this paper t Dont make any mistake but remem tier the name SwunpRoot Br Kilmer 3winip Ralt andlei nldrcss Binghamp t n N Y oil every bottle Go To TH- EPEOPLES DRUG CO 12th and CHESTNUT FOR PURE DRUGS AN- DCHEMICALS yrJ Home mace Ice Cream s Prescriptions accurately filled d promptly delivered to al1 of the city V rvrPHONE iIi1 1 DERS issued at our Int 1 Our laundry does ISt ciass r work Phone 5044 ORDER 4 TAKEN BY MAIL St W JORDAN SON 944 W Walnut St LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY Manufacturers of all kinds of Fancy Creams and Ices Excellent Soda with Fruit Syrups For Prices and Quality Excelled By NoneT- ELEPHONE 3406Y Wm Watson MDERTAKERII EMBALMER N s1 COP CHKSTNOT AND 10 STB Fuifiishes Coffins Cases Shrou- dinl everything for Funerals it Prompt services Reasonable terms SATISFAC ION GUARANTEED =Blu Phone 5tliK Residence 528 E Jacob Or V fl Pickett rilYSICIAH AND SURGEON I iOJrH T 180URS SUNDAY 4 a ht O U a m 10 to IT amu it iJ titrto 3 p m 7 to 8 p m JJIp to 9 pm- a PRESTON ST LOUISVILLE KY 1 2 J R SEIOHBOB8 iTho1 Lllie hoto ra her I i lfaargfag Butt nsand Framing a Specialty HOME PHONE 4918 vfrtfw SValnul St JjouwviLut KY r- ate1 I fin s Gate r ifciBROApWAYl LOUISVILLEKY 11 +iSirt lei atgU Hours Best Service t tlIe most Reason I I J I 1 able R t est I 4I ItI 1 7 7rl rr f 1THE WORK IN BULUTT COUNTY This is one of the small counties in this state and the Baptists are not as strong as they ought to be but they have taken courage lately and are going forward Sunday July 26th the Corinthian Baptist held a rally from which about 75 was realized The people really entered heartily into the service and were much revived We are now arranging to commence work on our new church edifice and hopeII to be in it before winter A new building is greatly needed in this community and we hope our wrong churches will give us their moral and financial help J Riley We are building charactet every day and etone upon stone to erect a magnificent superstructure It is allimportant that the material should be first class to insure a sub stantlal building The daily conduct iare the stones of the building an seould be off highest moral quality itformulatingi l a useful future Any defects in the construction of character will eventually be exposed Hear Hear Christian Index- LEXINATON MINISTERS AN DEACONS MEETING This body met at the Main St Baptist Church with the followin members present Revs Mayfield Johnson Butler Hawthorne Wil Chinn Price Henderson Harris Hoffman Taylor Holloway T J ISI Fisher Douglass Bush Harris FullerBrethren Gayson Brooks Mar tin N Johnson Chenaull Rev J W Chinn was chose Moderator aim vv j fnce sect devotional exercises were conduct by Revs Chinn and Mayfield REPORT- SLawrhnceurg SS 60 collection 45 cts pastor preached collection 1100Winchester 1st SS 40 collec tion 65 cts pastor preached col lecton 1240 Liberty S S 35 collection 4octs Rev M Garner preached j collec tin 22 15- Peytontown S 575 collection 100 Revs J O Whittaker J F Wilson D V Bohannon preachedJ collection 10000IGeorgetown 1st SS6o COllE- Ction 90 cts Rev J Fisher preach edcollection 717 Forest Hill Mission SS 40 coIlection 36 cts J H Tilford preached collecti n 250 Cadentown S S 25 collection 25 cts Rev R Jackson and Li R Cason preached colection 320 4octRs Lic L Martin preached 1055IMain St S S 115 collection 118 pastor preached collection l2000j coStI 1l Ilection 1000 White Sulphur SS 14 collection 150 pastor preached collection 400 Twinn Creek Rev Wm Taylor preached colection 114 Cyntbiana Pastor and Rev Wm Taylor preached collection 250 Evergreen S S 47 collection 40 cts pastor preached one addition collection 5 25 Shilqh S S 30 collection 18 cts Rev R B Butler and J W Hppe well preached collection 622 Centerville Pastor qnd Rev D Johnson preached collection 15 IS Pleasant Green Sj S So conec tion 98 cts pastor preached collec tion 1150 Alt Otve Revs f1W Harris and D W Sea preaQfeed coiloql 7 Uotro S6 of 3 BackaeFvil1 o rcoldl Oa r Gttrro t colqsettiq I I rfr 4 4t f t u to t 1 th 1 J 1 r 0 J ti 7Dri a paper on How to study the Bi bye which was ordered printed in tile Amiercan Baptist collection 20 cts Adjourned td meet next Monday at Evergreen Benediction Rev I Fuller J pity Minlcters aDDeaeoV- onCereace This body met Monday morning at Green St church Members present Revs Johnson Gaddie Co man Marrs Lewis Wm Reed Alex inder Ross A G Hall Jacobs Bate = KirkpatrickBlue Perdue Reynclds McClellan Richardson Watson Russell Rhodes Parrish Brents E W Reed Craighead Brethren Generals Floyd Rid dies Britt Weber Wright Rev L H Coleman presided and Revs I H Rhodes and J W Ross conducted devotional servi esd REPORTS Green StS S 96 collection 284 pastor and Rev T F Blue preached collection 5597 Bland StS S 20 collection 40 cIs pastor preached collection 201 2Dcts pastor preached collection 500 Rose HillPastor preached col lection 2 O- OZionLs 249gpastor preached three under watch 1 care collection 2150 Green CaslleS S 20 collection 85 cts pastor preached collection 480JeffersontownS S 25 collection fo cts pastor preached collection 18545 Little FlockS S 25 renivp l UQt r 1s1tcwtTP tIllP 1700 Park RidgePastor Rey B Hines and Rev H W Jon preached collection 19033 Long RunPastor preached collection l 1755 Elk CreekS S 56 collection 35 cts pastor preached 1475 BloomfieldRev C L Puree D D preached collection I i2o Scott StationSS 36 collection 50 cts pastor preached collection 1670 byJMarrs collection 2750 Mt OliveS S 32 collection 75 cts three received under watch care collection 2 105 i Junkins RunPastor preached collection 2105 Howards ChapelS S 21 collec tion 22 cts pastor and Rev H 80cIndiana AveS St 25 collection JaIIcobs preached collection 11301 Ninth StPastor preached col 2500 EmmanuelS S 77 collection 113 pastor preached collection 4185Lampton f StS S 75 coliectio 221 pastor preached collection t 2973 PortlandSS 55 collection ioo pastor preached collection 650 CalvaryPastor preached collection 2775 The paper oriThe Work of the Holy Spirit by Bro A Hr Weber was deferred and Rev I H Rhodes preached a sermon from John IIIs 7 Rev EP Marrs answered the questions in the Query Box in the absence of Rev J H Frank and ReV W H Qfta head read au in teresting Critique upon the proceed ings ot the meeting Alter the usual anuoucements the benediction ws s pronounced b lRevs A H Weberf r- ia jIIK lit R + L i9 9 1 fPJ f 11 f tcr fi i 1 f f 7 TwI l Cleaning and Repairing ne Uly done called for and delivered Special Attention to Ladies Work and Out of Town Onler All new work Pressed Free of Charge 632 EIGHTH ST I IGulsville Kentucky Home Phone 4088 IT IS THE CLOTHES THAT MAKE THE MAN Masterson makes the Clothes- I cater to good dressers and quote the very lowest price Regulation Garments give1 Especial Attention Try our Regulation Trousers at 5 00 and up Cleaning Dying and Repairing neatly done tEI MASTERSON f S W Cor West Walnpt Ste I ruisville Ey i1 THE WORLD ALL KNOWS 1f THE LoUISVILLE HENDERSON AND ST Louis RAIL WAY the always popular Henderson Route is THE WORLDS FAIR LINE Ifyou have a trip in view to TnnByilIcSlIiduiH 5orto any point in the West or Southwest ASK US FOR RATES AND ASK u FIRST If there are reduced rates in effect on account of special t occasions Homeseekers or Colonists Excursions We Have Them l E M WOMACK G L OARRBTT City Passenger AgentL Traveling Passenger Agent J IRW1N General1 Passenger Agent LOUISVILLE KY ESQUIRE WOODSON PAInlrJad General lob Wo k dope1 on short notice i DELIVEREDsGENERAL REPAIRINGI I Locks andKeys Special Attention t- oidoLieQiovea GUARANTEED To BURN OR No PAY ReasonallltnHome Phone 5965 Yo4 Telephones 10 Wagons 10 Horses 25 Push Wagons Our Ice Cream MUst Be Good ICUSCADENS 4547 2nd Louisville Ky DRSSJONEPhvsciaa and Surgeon 0OFFICE HOURS o RE8IDGNCK Z42 LAUREL STREET Beside e i80 to 10 P M 7 to 8 A MI 380 to 980 p Iic And at Night S80tp780 689 W Green St UpSUlw- nd at Red Cross Sanitarium 685 Sixth Street Tel 2471 I HOWARD 1 111R81W Medical Department i Including Medics Dental aad lharcUe Colleges J THIRTY s17CTti SESSIQN fIVtt JW will1 begin October 1 1MB had castings seven jmoutpi DRY SCHqiOL FOE N W MfATRlCULANTS TeItfoq tea bit1 Medical apa Dent is CoUelU eacb8aOQ Pbaaaequtlc ers PCG 7000 tesllctaeY au wfelt kqa pa Ia1eratEii j fa G1f dOyecutir- UoextslIe di b pitaluvyicR- AA f td m tJP4t CtH I t bi 1r i p1yJ I tt A k rt1f 1 if F tFMrtf Iqr 4tt wid EMSDELL SCHRADER STOVE1 COMPANY 1 w t Small Loans and Real Estate Solid tors Watches Jewelry and all kinds of Merchandise Bought 1dSold 539 W Green St Louisville Ky 10 10 Michigan and JRotaraM- aaklnao rteak y Bay Tt w rkatdayslsvia MOWOK aOUTK aad Qlteamer JMiJnTO t Leaving Louisville Wedges I day August 12th at 8ao P M Tickets good 15 days returning Bertbson Mani- tou i 100 150 andaQor for one or two persons aq cording to 1IpcatiQtu Meals a la carte Reserve spate ow F E H BACON DP 1 MONON RdUTE Louisville Iiy f J1JUIY WAII11Iii t4 0X Yi ata X t t Wt a fd 4M aanseilWt MInt t 4M tleh pri it=IMeIIIc WI 1rM 1 Ii taatr MS1at iLs14v1t 11f II- Vl 11 xn ll lt1ew ast attargrl r I f 11 n 4 J tfoof n Buy Books Here r PUxrfsifl Progrtss 13mo etetti tn It tuat s riBriefF oeephwWotta Coplete ctn I 00t tour eda1 Karrla Certificate N iPeet 4 mdexedtand handdolts 25 I Dying Teatlwonres of tae saved sad 001ouablq a 4 Answers to Prayer 12mo cloth 1 09 t 100Storr r A 1 r t COTwof BlchI 60wGOSOTerelgnt1 o I JMelip60Americaolam TChristian a 1 100Froml r 25Paradlee I clotkla 1 t C5Imitation ftiTen9PrinceS3Holy t S8Holy83Holy60Bepentance M Modern Dancing WW Gardner nK 10The w t1 IeBehind E t BeyF 60 l + Before the Footlights neqnel to Be COImmersion t J TtY 1 00Did t e The TBaton r F b 25Baptist i 4ChrisUany rr 10TheWhat Baptists Believe and Why They BowEden 10 1 00 t rSMatthew Henrys Commentary com t ilChlifatlan26Baptist f f 1h 00Pendletons 1 It I1r f I rIr 70Saved t J tMoodyAddress all orders to AMERICAN BAP f 1 TIST Louisville Ky tN t1 t IllinoisA l tSUMMER EXCURSION TICKETS = now on sale to II St PAUL MINNAPOUS and + THE NORTHWT COLO r uK y t rIRADO UTAH GRAYSON 1YJII SPRINGS DAWSON tTf SPRINGS CERUti i LEAN SPRINGS fJ tI r c4 KENTUCKY i AT REDUCED RATES I io jt lqCALIFORNIA lffJfo An dst 13enclusive 1ftThrough personafy conducted Ex r cyrsjon Sletpart to California fiCheapz- ers Excursion tickets on sale the 1st and 3rd Tuesdays of each month to points aflPWritetn the South c rTickets dud full particulars Southeast of Cor Fourth and Market Streets a tOrt P W BARIX5W DivPsrL A 1i 0 r HENDERSON ROUTE LoaUville Hendex on St Louis Railroad t I Ticket Ccc rra fourth Aveaaty Unlao Dtpot Seventh d River I lXVA2ISVILLB ST LOT IS AND WSST N04l No4t Iio4a- Lv Loaiml1a7 4s upaLy HawesvlIle zu m 8 o4pa sotslpi Ly Ot+ easboro4oam yospm ts I Hendarwn ittispm xottopm sxsjpm tt rIILT Evansville mjym jouopik Oja ti Jji r Ar St Louli jutym raeIlST LOUIS TO LOUISVILLE TIPS Aft N d 1No4 M044 Ns 4LyyLvp IjLyJ Lv Oweaabona 83511 344PSI jWln d fLv Hawerrffla g IJUl7lop 45Mtit il 1 ltrJAUThrough Parlor ears and PttUaua Sleepers m al 1 J Xsrtftrtuaeto EnDYiUud StJotw Tralaett 4 N3 and 44 coronet at Irviagtoa daily with trMsv Nos x a 3 and 4 for FprdtvOle Hardiatnux cd Falltof Rough ad oUier sutfoat M terdavffl v + braac2a L t LOIRATES EXCORSI01A iFram LODISVIMLE r I 1t t SOUTHERN RAILWAY t t S350 San Frandaco Caltai tfr II r 1- I turn Aug 41013 AL U1cl iYLW taccoUntment O A IL good reqm r J i 19IM r Pueblo Col and returi pdv4 sale daily up to Se t ogeod F returning Qct 31 t iI4 YAshevillet and fiot 1SHnsi t NC atutOn eili awl fr daily Long retariL limit t1 v Low rates to other reeorU in i TV 4ie beadtifnl 4La4d of ilfe W e 8kprand Sipp iret s n v I MI 7 tries In the nfenntain aiWc i 1 s of W NgthTO j oftand the Sty booklet tr t J- i fa 1 r hand om ly iUo traUa taf l ibdi WVfcWMi 4M SaUUk Cit tiifeJ Jf Y and rtaLlr 1 I mr 81 iT i jr O i tJ up tt I t t 1Foa bi i ot fl Lti pkIe T i c I t eiLr ritGggl 1 i 55- I 1 IN F rr 1 l Jr J f r r 1 Kt r r Rs F 7 1 = Mti BIOAN rPriTt I A GU 7 J j r r 3 tr 1 IrI 1tlet ii 7fFft vfcr t tI IItaitLt r AuVitO e w SUNDAY AUGUST 16 Ill c fA L l SAUL TRIES TO RILL DAVID AIJr rr r it I Sam 8 t6b1I ithel f Morro TRXTGod is our refuge PY1- J r to trouble Ps461i Is t tSear t And David went out whether r soever Saul sent him This refers it seems from the latter clause in 1 J the Verse tomIlitary expeditions against the Philistines arid otfier en ctnies of Israel Saul 1placed him in command in the army made him as we would say a general Aar HeI+ brew won translaied means much It indicates that he show d puwcr of generalship suchts gave him rvictory in his battles and that he l r also behaved discretely and modest ly This discreteness was veryI e necessary in a y ung man without military experience except in batjle which followed his killing of Goli iiath who NVJS thus advanced by the i king to command older j cfliersIhI He 7vf acceptni in cr all the people and in litslt ItJ oJSauls SC rviJ Thal is the t x court officials who surrounded the king That David should have pleased the people was nut strange on account jif his killing Goliath and his success against their ene mies Bufit speaks volumes for his tact and his discretion that th courtiers were pleased with him For his rapid promotion and his popularity with the people would have inclined them to jealousy j And it came to pass as they saute 1 Returning from victory over th t X Philistines It was evidently a not able one as there was such general r 17 Tcjoicingto all the cities Ittabs custom orwomen in the East thus to welcome warriors why return victorious Singing and dancing Accompanying their songs with dancing There was no resem blance between this dancing and the modern waltz which is the parent of so much evil For the women danced alone and individually The waltz would do no harm if men and women danced separately and each person alone The dance was a rnymthic keeping time to singing Tabrets were tombourines The other instruments of music were cymbals 1And 7ione an v other as they played That Is tw groups of women sang alternately This is customary in Oriental coun tries One group sang Saul has slain bis thousands and the other replied And David his ten thou sands Such exalting of his young officer above himself would have I been distasteful to any king Im 04 agine President Roosevelt met du ing his trip by multitudes in every city singing Roosevelt is1 fine but Root is worth ten of him An remember Saul was king and an i t PioplewereI president for a betel time and you will see that Sauls anger was natu ral in an unregenerated man And what can he have more butt the kingdom Samuel had told rr LASaul that God would take the kin don from him because of his disobedience i and give it to hineigh bor who was better than he Sam uel had npt mentioned the name r of the neighbor and naturally Saulj t was watching eagerly to see ifan r indication pointed to the man whom God hadchosen His question shows that his suspicion was turn i ed uponDuvid IHow much Israel had degenera ted is seen clearly in the difference between this soap of the women I rnd that afMinaint JS fOrI gotten lure the victory is Jot4Sl embed to Hiram There was no I gratitude to Gpd only boasting of ytifcfp6wer pj the leaders quad eT i WItiOftQyefth d8fttb q tiseni t A ilkbolt 4 tkns t 16tw1 i VIr tjo Lit t opportunity Let us beware of leaving God out of our joy and our triumphAnd Saul eyed Davidfrom that day andforward Watched him with hatred and jealousy Saul looked to see if there was any indication that David was the chosen man or if be could see anything in I Davids conduct to make it proba le that Samuel had told him that he was to be king The women wished to honor David they brought great trouble and danger upon him by their praise If they had given God the glory how much better it would have beenoArid it fame to pass on the morrow The day titer the victo riousreturn of the army when the women had sung the song The evil spirit from God came rrpvu ullLThere were times when Saul was possessed witha devil 1It does not seem in the New Testa merit that such possession was al wajs a direct punishment for sin hSe prophesied in the midst of rit- ehwiccThe Hebrew word trans lated prophesied also means raved Although Saul was conscious the evil spirit spoke through him He and David were alone in the room On former occasions when Saul had been so possessed pa anfd 1ir vwiirvmaij tries it again Saul was shield ail thing done to Da vid in these circumstances weal have been attributed to his madness and he could have grieved over the death of his brave soldier and made the people believe he was horro- stricken at the deed hehad done forehe said I will smite David even toI uardIedI i saved him David was brave and Ii no doubt attributed the first effort playeing hoping to free the king from it But Saul tried to murder him the second time It was evident to Sauithat God had guarded David from his javelin and this made him afraid His fear ought to have pre vented after attempts on Davids ife but it did not Saulllought to have known as all sinners ought to know that no fighting against God will prosper Therefore Saul re hatedltheBut he was shrewd enough to accomplish the removal without making any public exhibition of his jealousy and anger He advanced David to the command of a thous and men Whether this was a occupio during war there is no way of knowing Auld he went out elm senile in before the people In military operations These were such as to keep the interest of the people centered in the young officer Davids head was not turned he continued to act wisely and it wasr evident that God was with him This fact increased Sauls fear the wordafraid in this verse is 12dd only obeyed his God he would nut have been afraid before the face of any man Conscience doeth make cowards of us all 1 But all Israel andjitdah loved David because he went out and came in before theirsHad he remained peoP1ge seer little of him Saul overreached himself as bad men so often do PREPARATIONS FOR NATIONAL I CPIt EIqJON h r Headquarters I 1842 fITl6ardt IhiqleIA1a t I r To the weasels6ere andl rlIB Dtl- II tivesof the National Baptist tide of the United States L America Greeting l I B id vote of th hl ttlonsI Baptist Loti iutlou kdttl at Ulrriin l1tpAritJ- llet t eJH ttthe c41epo4wtlI f49 i lt u fit jj t 4 j YBaptistgive The Entertainment Committee Is now 6u gaged in making ample arrangements for the entainment of all messengers and visitors who will be in attendance nt this great Convention Everything necessary for the Comfort and happji I vlattoIy ENTBKTAINMKNT OK MESSENGKRS The committee will entertain all the duly accredited messengers of the Na tional Baptist Convention who come with proper credentials from their churches or some regular Baptist organ ization bringing mouthy for any of the of the work of the National Baptist ouvetl Ui Please Aep to iit that the church tr uignnizatioii from which you eorue will give you creden tials certifying that you are the rcgu I elected lueBsenger to the National trap l I IwlUbeaceeptedI tainment while In nib ndanoe upon tho Cpiweutinn Do not fall to bats g routr+ mciipy for some of the objects of th I Cotivrntinu n failure to do HO will daI privo the mesaenger of Irto ontiTlnin I incut All the niestteugorH will plens Bond tin ir nanuw nt once to tl e Jom I mitti on Knturtiiinincut at their 1 luHilqnartorn 1842 Lombard St Phil R drlphia Pa- ENTKKTAINMKNT OF VISITORS Ttit Cominitien will also look nut for h nnH for the friends and visitors o the Convention nt aHinall c Mt to them tmhoas1t I hiving a jp Ju1 to mop nnd proper en tTluinmcut All who expd toatteiu thr Cimvpition will kirdly ffijd their rttindmoue rind tiny will ibra uHsilnrdl loeom forlahle planes to stop 1 before airivUm In the clty i so that Ihe inconvenience that visitors dour rally have to eon tendt anra I lodging at lineal clues private hump a and hoel flan be ceourert for from 75 oonts to f100 per day There are in the city of 1bites phial generousland5 members of the Baptist churchy of tiother denomination and the citizens in I l 111gprBapitlstand breast i of this city REV G L P TAIJAPEBO r Chairman JHEV oure Secretary i l ASHoclatloulltleetlog8 In Kena tuck for 1903 First District S Convention Pembroke May 21 South District Association Lancaster June 17 Green River Valley S 3 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property fronts oft Broad way 416 ft and it runs north 1600 feet within ISO feet of Ghost nut Street has an avenue 80 feet wide running ttan ailsIlThis suburb has all the advantages of city iimprovments wfttfr gas electric light and sewer connbctions Broadway will bit M saved to Western Park and street cars will run to it this year BBHEUB2R THBRE ARE ONLY 126 tOlSl hall and several of them haVe been sold If you wish to put chasea dome in a select naigkbi caul xrieti ifIt Lei colored people will bo permitted come and see us at once ITp city taxes improvements cost you nothing Pe He MDONALP S0N 237 FIFTH ST LOUIS IUfKf tEXINTNS CHEAT COLIIItED FAIt 1 Nd Ahual Pup d he Cf d M Will 6ee dtLtzr ton X pt 8th p 2fk61r L Attractions this season gtez 1eveheforeoYJeierL- t qS j 0