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W Ji t 5 i t 1At l I j ii i o 1 t ri iJ4 Illi4 vTr 7107 1 o i1 r r j4 It = 0 lOrtf 4 Sy J 1 f J rdfJr 0 d0 ift J r 1 j ll f 1 io 4 AMFII 8 I IIU IcAN flAPT11e IST 41 IJ i 1 J t iRa IJo4 t1Fs ft 1u q9 I1Oq Aijt u J i t d 4V NO 34 LOUUlVLLLEI KT FRIDAY AUGUST 1 8 rrE- S b rq tm1If 4 iiSwHI7ffS THE USE i + 1 ljtfhftts the us of groaning iL Because tbe clouds are Mauk t All your allly moaning V NevHr push them back Troubles may be coming 1 vV Coming ID a heap Jnit you keep a bumming t v lBum yourself to tlHp Whats tha use of uiumbling J vVhuu the ground Ila wet Thunder may be rumbling t Oont you ever fret Storm will Boon tie ovqr Flowers blooming tlni Crop will be In ulover Whrn tits ilun dose uhiae Whats tbe use of shouting Getting sore o marl H Tnlnns that set you pouting May tnakr others wad 1You dot U br onlyr r Tell mt rtjuare and true s If the worM was only Made for me and you S LIBERTY SUNDAY THESCHOOL CONVENTION The 21tuanuaJ seuaion ll of Ihtt New r Liberty l aiiti tSuudny Brbnol Conven clots Wits hid rttb th Sunday SJ ool of Pc etwii July 30 31 aid August 12 1903 Albs Mtrgsrr t J Broaclus prtsm iMt ai Iltt 0igan nelectiou All need Thee vrv hour eidtpd Invocation by HV G U Miner nfer which aiiviour were Uini life to rue was sung Tht welcm nUdren tta ii livered by E W MfOii iu a practical plain and touctihig mAinr berro p vse to same was made ly J O Whittk r Wo vwiy eloquantly voiuHi t 1tt1 hentiuienlI 6f the delegates Tht Sunday School of tlia JOih Century L war dluabd at length Tbe afternoon waKipntln rending letter Irom tin tic dat 8uhnols It tIt H M UU tit d by S M Vattt pi CUed the annual enuon iiu t tbe vVfiiing Friday morning alter de a v3otiW t retie rrtadoptiou of the uts1upWar appointed editor surtl oirtTis oiideul for the touvtuiliuu The otier eUUers we wlreutl MB follow Insidiiit T It JbllliVicr I ei ItIII G B Miller Re Our tliug Soieiary M J UioaiJtlnn Cor r piuiiiiig Scrrtary li W Mon ii- I TreuBurer J L Kiancls Orgauiitt L B Yates i Chorllthr J 0 Wbitaker k Rev R U Butlor A M puke oar inUuluin in tht afleruouu and tUe Oral part of the cvtiulng wa punt In render lug a literary piosraml Wbion was a treat indeed Tbo e who prlicipated vere Miss L H Yie Miss Mary Wbite Jo nepheuuMabuny f4iV Boaddus Mattiv Carl IIntvr Lucy Watts M G Uonuett Mar garet Broaddus bung Mistress of ere iuonle TUB critics were J O W hit ker an i S R W Smith whoao vcriticum was Itotue point and beneficiall Saturday aiorutng and afternoon was pout dinoUB8ln topic of lutcrvt to the denomination and Suudayechool After the regular routine of business Saturday tinning Rev K A Monday preaubvd tbe memorial sermon Sunday morulug the k Sundayiuhool Was conducted by Miss M J Broadduv preacher were as tot low 11 a m J O Whltaker 8 p m J Franck Wilson 8 p m D V Bo r liauimii sy ttuance 10000 Next seuloii to f btheld with the Sunday Subool of Mar bid Creek July 1904 REPORTER t A K t ANNIVERSARY EXERCISES I c t JUNE 26TH 1903 V The Green Castle Baptist church t cloud Its 88th anniversary exercises pome weeks ago We had preaching five nights by the following named bretbreu Revs Iji Bowen which was enjoyed by all present We bid him Uodc speed In his new field of labor Rev K T Offutt preached a powerful sermon a treat many of his members prtatf4btt4trrjrf Jrle baa bees called to Jeff r lonvllle if be accept we piav he may get along f J BlceJy though his church does qot ujf want him to leave for be Is a gospel I preacher and we wish him well wber fg ever he may go Rev 7m Reed jro same be did aot see whom he expected 6 tosee eo this made hlat g little down t + hearted f but when be got to church he lost eight of that His subject wee r JJ Unload end RODn be preached a good wasfcfer1 Mere oaaeeeaat of the iUneas of hie- rwlfdi I k8 HPerdgeD P1irrMCb gal jrs aeiit 4 Rtbe I ita rii j r J1 church much revived We hope he will some agaiu On Sunday morning at11 oclock Rev J Lewis the silver tongued gospel preaber preached to a full house You all know his manner of preaching At 3 oclock Revs E W Reed C H Jacobs E B Milton J Jacobs and other conducted the meet ing Rev Reed preached and was followed alternately by some of the older membore who told if thn iant labor tlwy hud in tn the org nlzatlou d the church to whom we give God the praise The seed sown by these broth renwe shall gather many days hence We collected during our meeting 85380 We certainly thank the brethren for the noble service they rendered us We hope these brethren will visit ua again 8 MACK I Pastor f WOMENS WORK To THE MEMBERS OP TUX BAPTIST OMENS KWUCATIONVJX CONVENTION Dear Sisters I have ben silent for sometime but thought I woUld writ you to inform yi u that but little over two months remain before our meeting in Fraukllax ABCbairmap of the Board of Managers 1 wrjte to urge you to be Hlir yourself during these mnnthH so as to make tbi meeting one of the grandest and most successful meetings iu the history of our convention I am quite uuxiouM that our women get to gether as nevor b fore for in uiiinu there is strength We waut to mule this our banner year Can wo not add 61000 00 this year to the amount now in brisk for ou girls dormitory Our bontd is working very hard to keep the work alive In Louisville We have begun our CHmpaign uinong the oily churches and hOltl4 to btj able to vlllt every church I In the city in the interest of our work within tbe next two months The pastors are receiving UB kindly and we hope to accomplish much good in this way Our MlHsion al qlsrelitecH4bt Ir1 nt1 f1Uti 1J very encouraging lottery PleaseI do not wait for the Conveii tioii We call upon every BaptistXrp inan and every University fcjociety to lend neart aud hand in helping UH to foHter our educationall work We call upon you to come or send p representative to our meeting iu Franklin If you have no society will you not seud al lleant ONK miljiwui fur aiiuiiaF IUHIII btrsuip fee uud thus aid in the jjreai work Can we nut have 100 Woolen who will make tea sacrifice and go with UH to Kraiiklin At our last meeting in Danville about 100900 was Ilodged for our work and we hope that all those who pledged will see to it that the nipuey pledged is either brought or went to the Convention Anyone uealriug cards or eoiuiujiile with which to raise your money way write the Corresponding Secretary Miss Lucy FUn 1419 W Madison St Do let the Board hoar front you so tliut we may have some idea of how you are gjltiug along with your work and what we may expect or you iu pct at our meeting Fraukliug A line or two from any slater or brother will du much to encourage us Pray for the blessings of the Almighty upon our work Let peace and love continue Is the wish of your humble servant and coworker L C ClllTTBNDKN Chairman of Board ofManagers Louisville Ky- EDUCATIONAL EXHIBIT AT Tav NATIONAL BAPTIST CONVENTION i r We wish to make our convention at Philadelphia one of the beat in the history of our National meetings We have arradged to have the photograph of all the leading ministers ed ucators and business men and women represented at ttld convention so to that end we ask each person to send us their photograph atonce enclosing fl for framing your photograph We also wish the photographs of churches eohools State Conventions Sundayspbool Conventions and Bap tilt Young Peoples Union Convep tithes To make this movement agrand ano oesa each person having a drop ofrace or deuoml4jtional pride will respond guggeallons will led be gladly re calved Let me bear ttftm you A4 drew all cpmmualcatioAa tof Mess PANNIE DODD 017 UurgrettStSt I SELLS 4 qret t rt MI ttt s v f f il tJt EDIFYING AND ENTERTAINIJN6 I An Address Delivered by Rev B W Reed at the TwentyelICilhth Anni versary of Rev B P1 Marrs D D of Beargrass Baptist Churob I uiviHe Ky I can not call to memorya single period in toy life when I received an invitation to an entertainment or gather- Ing that I esteemad with any higher degree of reverence respect and regard titan the one fxteudud to me by your honorable committe urging upon me to bn present upon this ooceaion A meet lug that should mean and bespeak a great deal to the members and friends of the Beargrasn Baptist church and it should be apprtiated by all tbe Baptist and good citizens of Louisville When I read your welome invitation and program and saw that my name appetred fhuieon to address yon I was very much perplexed iu mind as to what f should speak bout on this occasion Deuausd I absolutely felt thatun egent like this di manditd men or stronger mind and bit send with a tqure ready gift Thus I11 felt my unwortbiiiyps ofbb place yon ullowid me on sour program But whileI iiitoiiitariug ou the adair and knowing Marrs us I have and we havingIIDr so closely related In the wqrk of the ministry and find him always ready and willing to give words of cheer and good advlu to Jll young ministers and having a taint idea what it mtm In this day to pastor a oharch 23 years this sub Jeut vary lordly Impressed Itself upon IHutttrtaiuiogIg gebt my I Dr Miirrn iis Edifyiag and Knter laming an li citizen und a inighbcr II He in Edifying and Entertaining a pastor preuuhtr teacher and luuto IR und worker Now thru if we would acuipt the most common plain and practical Idea of the auhjoct WH would understand it to menu development and improvement or an entertaining one is to to another morally ADcia ly auk rejigfiauslyi And it IB ad sdiiiUted fact that when such thing uau be saidof and are true of any per rHonor persons there should be no bjuTsT tiuu in the as to their bring of advantage to the world as a citizen and neighbor HiiQ I most luvaribly believe and feel that 1 voles uhf sentiment of all the hon est uprij bt and intwIliKent tuellibrrst of this church anil iieighboihood when J- teUyou even eau be said of and iin tue ot your praiseworthy and houornd pastor who has been your leader for 23 long and prosperous years You can at once see that Dr Marrs ra edifying and eu teitainlng asa citizen find neighbor dur ing his stay among you 1rWU wonlo further and more accurately seebis fact as brought out here we are only to Investigate hit career and work in the com munity 23 years ago and that of the present and draw contrast We will find a considerable difference in affairs If we would allow our minds to take a- rtview of the situation in this community among you peopfe S years ego we would uot fled it as bright and prosperous us It iis to day Dr Marru bad just begun creating and molding sentiment in the hearts and tuluds of tbe young people for their future usefulness and development It can be said of Dr Jam what cannot be said df but few Baptist ministers and that he is a historian And for us to fully know this fact we are only to read the two books and the tracts he has written another book and for us to know him Mil teach erwe are only to search the records and we find him spending 24 years in the schoolroom and certainly it would take a consid erable volume to give the experience one would gain as teacher in such a long time If we want a clearer and more definite proof TIS to the honor a man like Dr Marrs is to you and the racewe only ask you to investigate tills brief sketch the history of of his career When the great cry went through this country in the sixtys for men to go to battle I see Dr Marrs shouldering his uapsack and gun and marching to the front like a man in the defense of his coun try In this war he was honored because he helda po ition as QuarerMasterSergeant He served out his Pmt received an honora ble discharge and is now dossed among the leaders of the Q A Rs which to Diy mind is one o the most honi rabje organizations now in existence And after coming out of this cruel war of the sixties we find him for twentyfour long years at war in the school battling against Ignorance and p rstitiOIJttJie following places Simpsonville Ja Grange New Castle Shelbyville and for six years at this place And if we would point to any matt with pride and honor as being the first Manager of State University H would be Dr Marrs I pastor of Beargrass Baptist church But ant sorry to say prejudice wont allow 9pme toccnfetthis honor crupon hinjibut tltegagxi bock etys R honor t4 Wkom it 1 f J t f 1i1J f4 f F due and I think itis due him and let us give it to him while he lives Let us look further for the worth and value of such a man He has written two books The Biographical sketch of his own Lifeand Back to my old home wbere 1 was converted tty years ago aed now writing a history ofjthe Central District Assdciation And for seventeen years when theGener al Association wants some one to hold its moneythe mice of the Baptists Dr Mans pastor ofe Beargrass Baptist church1 which posi on he now holds He is tre surer of theMinisters and Dea cons Confc ncttreasurer of the Republican League of Kentucky treasurer of the AfroAmei can League of this city trustee of State U iyersity and a loud agent for a millionai of NYand holds a prominent position iir the GA R Last but not least he has bee i pastor of the Beargrass Baptist church for wentythree years Dear me tubers and friends I conclude by saying th we are not only to think of Dr Marrs as anding right in front of our denomination for about half a century fight the good fight of faith and then think of the great work God has Wrought through him in this long time for the Masters cause we must conclude that God could not have- used him had he not of been a man that could both edify and entertain Hence double honor should be thrown around him in his declining days And as he nears yonder world and its beautiful sun bright clime he should be made to Jook back over a well spent life and feel that somebody has a bright appreciation of the great work God has wrought through him during Iiip stay on earth And when we can gaze on hisface and behold the wrink hoaryhairj frost of many winters and then behold his stature which speaks louder than thun der and tells us that he has stood the bur den in the heat of the day and yet stand ing as a stone wall in tiledefense of his denomination and race I repeat again that as a servant heis worthy of double honor being confered upon him and I am one ofI those who bave met the Beargrass Baptist t Church today to join with them in prayer j and true devotion to God that he might live long and accomplish much good for the Master and his race L I WOleNs WOtuc JMrs L M Jnekupn will fill the lowing appointments In the Interest of tbe Baptist Womeua KducationalCou vontlou Ruiiuauce August 18 Plen8ureridge 3 Cbristiansburg 4 Bag Dad 6 Frankfort t 67 Midway 89 Ziou BillII 10 Georgetown 11 Danville 12 16 Atoka 17 Harrodftburg t It 18 Perryville 19 Lebanon 20 Greeuburg 21 Campb611avlheII 22 Junction City 24 SomersetJ 26 Stanford It 26 Lancaster J 37 Paint LickIt 28 80XPaytontown Richmond f 2 Berea 8 New Libert v i 4 Goodloe I JI 6 Otter Creek II 6 Winobeaer 79 Lexington 1012 Pastors and Presidents of University societies are requested to make suitable announcements of these appoint ments and meet our representative on herarrival and make provision for her entertainment By order of the Board of ManagersLIZZIE OtCBITTHNDOH anLucyILs A FORTU DIN EGOS I set many letters from my old h me about preserving eggs that f will an swer them through your paper 1 started In888 with 38 bought eggs at 8 to 10 cents in summer preserved them and sold in winter at from 25 to 80 cents a dozen I preserved eggs 12 years and made OOOJl1 nIece started 104894 with 10 which gab rei tweeted etch year with the profits and now she has UJ86al1 made from 10 00 reinvested for eight years You can buy egge very cheap now and sell them from 35 to 80 cents j figure the profits ypanetf fa preserve them i costs a centa dolcen X jpant answer j Jettere as I travpV but any peirson can rtasfngtheilc ire Block New C9 ppurdahf6i theyr fohattor 410itIt Jr 1QGU1Ritr rI r7jrfl f xtt 01 iA IfA if I IIf tr 0 t a 1lI jo 1C I 1 Jfi J I 0 ESTABLISHED 1870 r ii 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adTasek psre frUte prteefm ScndjoorsclKacriatlon to tills office while this offer Is OPMU e AMERICAN IATIT LetIMYMia Kr s XV FOIL OVKR SIXTY YEARS I r f MSS WlKSLOWS SOOTHZHO SVKOf 1 = atm used br over fcixty yetrf bjr aailHomt- imothara lot tkclt childrem wWle UIIxwhir perfect rniccaaa It aoothaa chtlld pittmit the gwp allay mil paia qrts windcolic futjlia the baat ruddy fotDlatrh ap+ Ttwlllrtlievetkepooh iithe ferer lausisdlatelj Sold ty dregdtiste ailI yriW Jiqwd iII f oj r f l tii V LESSON I Prlaury Picture ZKceatoptrutl perquarduld batse w guarkrlr1 KMu Dettrtvcmt terly 4cxts artmeatQcsjrterljr r r 5 N 1411 a p swereuelsywfetlltt s oneer t t New K 11111tk gtAiw iC- Y irltf 00ed et a New t + N Sot bra MlalstbllfersiistOkrii + cllt Ira Ia tbII vlclaI ea are tdrqueeted to be great cad k I tst8ic taettiilg s Auooitr- r 2 K J- a ak at r- Readd the Afii 1 r BAPTIST FRIDA A 4 J tl 1ft fiAiME C BAPTIST ESTABLISHED18gC1 + PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY r qf ad 0 FFICE tr Jt0 FIFTH ST LoUIsV ILLS Kv V f R1IIWE 1 t Ii ax Y8AR In Advan 125 7So7 v x MONTHS 40 t4 I 10ONB COPY PURA0 i + Oae year to my ale who win send ss five awntti Aufai The date cat th Ubcl of year paper shows U 1ji talDe equutrorpant yoo kite paid Ik i 7Wi both at a whatII l If proper credit has sot been firta within two or p Jtttt weeks from tine of pay neat KOtiry us A1M I ticlfi er dfr us projaptly of say chance ia Post Oto 01II ttdieu so that then may bs so error or dslaj 1 b t Nfitrcrr of paper r y 4 f FRIDAY AUGUST 14 1903 =j Tkl paper is regntafflriaaUedj r itae fecribery until adefinite lder to discontinue la receivedJ Rad the 8ofesciiptl H paid in taD to the time the order Is I vts THE General Asssociation of Col ored Baptists of Kentucky is in session this week in Danville and it i is such a gathering as brings credit and honor to our denomination The personel of the messengers in dicate a growth in intelligence and culture and shows that ministerial ethics is being thoughtfully inject ed not only into the manner and character of preaching at the Asso ciation but also into the transaction of business as wellThis in itself is a most favorable sign but still there is not that fervency of spirit and fraternal feeling that character ized the long ago Instead of that broad liberal and unselfish devo workeand the interests of the denomina tion which was so much in evidence then there seems now to be gr wing a selfish and unholy ambition among the brethren which will 1 dampen ardor decrease interest and destroy spirituality unless it is checked The trouble may be with MS it mav DR with others or itrnav be with all but that matters little so it is removed and without discus sing the questioh of responsibiity every one should lend his influence to the good work of restoring that rlr spirit in the Association that will- I I tiring the very best results to our probablyrbe a time when everyl individual will approve everything that is done k x but by proper effort this friction i 1 1 rcanbef reduced to the minimum and F so smooth and gentle will be theI movement of things that it will f seem that the brethren are of one t r mind and in sweet accordA r- tr r THIS week a Conference is being 1 held in Chautauqua to discuss the r question of feud assassinations lynching and labor riots and the l lss methods of preventing or destroy t af ing them These are themes which J I should require the best thought and itr a = j jofferthe most fertile field for inves r tigation that the humanitarianI thei I very best results should be secured It is a lamentable fact that condi J f iI tions seem to be rowing worse rf r every day and any suggestion from 1J i intelligent and unbiased men 1ti 1i will improve them should be hail- eAi tit I Iwith delight and promptl y tried Race feeling has had much to dot vI Jtt with bringing about these condition r r but it is not the only cause by far tf1 4 because In the mountains of this rt t state where assassination and mur J j V t der is so prevalent there are a very lJ few Negros and they arenot among J i J the feudists nor among the victims c rLiis r there is a growing disregard of law 4 and the vicious instead of the intel r Hjrent afcd llaw abiding men are in i the ascendency and indifference MfvK has given encouragement to the M 1Jlavdess element Should this con ji ference arouse the good people of r flJL f tfofc country to their sense of duty J all of these matters willfee adjus f + t ed ip a proper way and law and or + tlerbosupisms r L Jtl f I Ij tt1Ji Californiai nde enc 4ii- 1tn orid t y eAbUI pretty seveile a- iI 0 tlti 14 ido 1i ti cQJl D M r Fd is the 1 h r f Of w If A people and takes the liberty of naming some of them which the edi tor claims is doing more harm than good Distance lends enchant ment in some cases and it is the long distance between California and these school that makes the editor of the Independent such an excellent iudgetjf the work being ii done by them All know that in equipment curriculum and instruct I j ton that these schools cannot com pete with the old colleges of the East and North but that they have I done and are doing a great work for the race none will dispute who j ari conversant with them and they are growing every day Some of j the most proficient earnest and talented men of the race have come from these schools aid these schools stanIdardhave failed Every student who comes from Harvard or Yale are not distinguished as scholars preachers teachers or lawyers and I this could not be expected of other schoolsII I I THE faot that the delegates toII the National Bantist Convention from the South can secure one fare for the round trip while the delegates irom this section will pay a fare and a third will perhaps in fluence their votes in selecting the place for the meeting hereafter Really there seems to be no good reason why delegates should b charged a fare anda third while nearly all the delegates are minis ters and can make the trip much cheaper by using clergy permits The Passenger Associatons are pe culiar institutions and it requires a great deal of tact and diplomacy to understand their methods Two new papers reached our sancturfrthis week and from a re quest leceived from a friend in the state there are more to follow The BaptIst Sword Henderson Ky and The Early Bird Russell vine Ky are the two recent addi v thu and they are both bright and new sy The field now seems to be fully l covered but there is a fascination about journalism that draws soms andeven with the trying experi- enceS of those who have gone be fore others are anxious and willing to follow We extend the hand of fellowship to our new contempor aries NOTICE rBy the resignation of our beloved pastor the Rev C G Fishback A M B p July ist 1903 our pul pit is uow vacant The undersigned were appointed as a commitee to correspondwith various ministers and invite such to appear before the church as they think would meet the approval of the church We wiltbe responsible only to such as we invite to visit us LovingeW C Jackson Sandy Duncan Edw Moppin I Jas R Price FergusondJones Pulpit Commitee Bowling Green Ky- IMPORTANT NOTICE Railroad rates for all persons at tending the session of the National1 baptist Convention at Philadelphia Pa September 162t 1903 have been arranged with all the Passes her Association in the United States The best rate that can be obtained this year is a fare and one third on certificate plan All persons must secure certificate at place where TheII 61 the National1 Baptist CouyenUon to be signed by a special agent of be railroads The agent istoreceive 25 centS for each certificate signed Itybiqil The agent will be at tbe t Boutlepsure orPeta dprtificale dr you will I have tppif fail S a i bib WaYIIj B Qms PE f ttCeci il nt Att A JT fflSlKfl ANF t1LOTEs The only bank in this country which hasa lady presideut is the St Luke Penny Savings Bankii Richmond Va of which Maggie L Walker is presii entII An effort was made in Eldora I Iowa to prevent the ringing oftI church bells in that city on account of disturbing patients in the hospital j t The ordinance was vetoed by the I Mayor and an attempt to pass it j over his veto failed by one vote I j The Lincoln Car I the car in I which president Lincoln rode to inaugurIatedthe possesion of the Union Pacific I I Railroad for thirtyseven yeats has been sold to private parties and wil be placed on exnibition at j the St Louis Exposition Gen Nelson A Miles retired last gGeneralarmy I reached yearsHethe limit I privateinservedcontinuously since then and reached the highest office in the army The Cleveland Gazette became of age with its last issue and ffor twenty one years it has been coming regularly to its patrons with the best that it could afford We extend our best wishs for its contnt ued success to Bro Smith and hope the Gazette may live long and pros per Delegates attending the Masonic Grand Lodge at Paris Ky next Tuesday must obtain cer tificate from the Railroad Agent when ticket is purchased in order to secure reduced rates returning Pur chase through ticket posiblea j certificate every time a ticket is lUll 1 The South District SundaY schoo postponedhasat Davistown 27Allare urgad to he represented in order that the Convention maybe made a decided success Private conveyance arrasgeckfordelegates Gov Yates of Illinois has called upon the sheriffs of Vermillion St Clair and Anderson counties of that state for a report as to the recent lynchings in their communities and requesting suggestions as to what l lynChIinpunishI ports are not to be printed In calling attention to some of the short comings oi the colored people it dies not mean that mob I rule eas any excuse for existence We contend as ever that the courts j I are clothed with sufficient authority to cope with any evil We hope to canton our people in plain sever- language e l against their little civil sins that they give no seeming ex I cuse for the mob If they are jealjj 1ousy careful and the mob yet rules the blood will plainly be on the I I heads of those taking part in itII and finally it will be crushed by the weight ofitr own murderous sins The Freeman r The call for educated Negrol me who have made a special study of I i AwicultnrejismorepfCSStnI i pomesfromand from several foreign countries The Agricultural ijepafament pi tbe ehuskeiaeflnstituteis npw prepared to give instruction off a high grade tjjefspns vfisrflp1 6nisliBcl ft8fcpmmOQ acftdolJor olfege cgiirceii W 1dpet11 t4 rJiK1 u bttt 4- r uch persons will enter this department at Tuskegee this fall For in formation as to expenses etc apply to President Booker T WashinetanFi Tuskegee Alabama C7ITY ITEMS Baptist pastors of the city are attending the General Association in Danville this week The city Council has appropriated 1742794 51 for city expences for the next fiscal year which is an in crease of 55 13202 over the pres ent year Two coach loads ot Baptists lleft Tuesday morning over the Southern Railway to attend the General Asso ciation in session in Danville Ky this week The City Ministers and Deacons Conercnce will no meet next Mon Emorning1 I Virginia Ave Baptist church in ParklandMrs M Manney No 135 E Green has a handsome Mason and Hamlin parlor organ for sale cheap Any one desiring si chan instrument will find it to their advantage to write or call u JOn her I Mrs Lucinda Butler departed this life Sunday morning Aug 2ud1 at 4 oclock at her daughters Mrs j William Anderson 720 Center St She haves only tvo daughters Mrs I Wm Anderson and Mrs Manson I Kirk She died in full faith of Christ r Remember the outing of the I University Society and Sunday schoolof Fifth St church at Fern Grove Thursday Aug 20th There will be two boats one at 930 and another at 1 30 oclock Tickets 25 cents i DJegatrs attending the Masc nic Grand Lodge at Paris Ky August i8th in order to secure reduced rates must procure a certificate from the railroad agent when tickfctjs purchased Through tick s to Paris kouldJiG urcha e Hss it is the cheapestii Calvary Baptist church Choir gave a reception July 6th at the residence of Mr and Mrs E J i Jackson ipI8 Thirt enth st in lion or of Mrt E W Dickerson who i will leave soon tytake charge of one of the Nashville Tenn public schools oJ Last Friday evening the Misses Bailey of Lexington and Shores of Georgetown wereelabo entertained by Messrs atelyjj Coleman and Thomas the residence of Miss Alberta Harris 2324 Magazine St There were from 50 to 75 young men and maidens present and enjoyable evening was spent The Louisville division ot the j True Reformers held an important electIedj j C Owens Ben J Davis Mrs La vinia Brock T J Talley M M Littlejohn Dr C W Anderson and Miss Arena T Brown as dele gates to the Grand council whidh meets in Washington Cily early in September The True Reformers have recently erected a new building tIingThe Garden party given by the Kindergarten Assn at residence of Mr and Mrs Albert S White 2704 JW Walnut St Tuesday fr the benefit of the training class was on of the most successful ever given by it More than 600 tickets were sold An excellent program was renderedI during the afternoon The ring prize was won by Miss Sophia Hayden and the watch prize Prizesnwill be awarded ta Master W Hi Parry Jr and Master j Vtf Luckett Jr Prof F S DelaiyI presented the prizes in a neat and appropriate address t matactn Star was receiltll pr ani ed tin der the jurjsdictipn ot Kent cRy Grand Mttao CecetlIiiIa ronVii ng Oq H 1 4t at9 w Meek t tRQ l1 tali M JL t 1 f 111 =4IJh r STATE UNIVERM H Y 4EstablishedKentucky 1879 audconducted for the religious intellectual and industrial traiuig fv of young people VOffers instruction in r1 NoirttaPreparatoryexperience t src- ompetent rrJ instructors itmentit Louisville K- yR7Instza b = Kentucky A Proposes An Education of the Head Hand and Heart IExpenses Anurcat Library Fire roo BoardFllrllished including table laTtRoomswithexcr tiorr olPtllrus alld bed covering per nrntIt 7 5orIHTI SllOuS I RFJ offered students who attend this School Tfro Dormitories for d sousel 1plooI For further information write J S Hathaway ti Frankfort Ky Ira 1 Ii DID YOU KNOWr tcthe AMERICAN MUTUAL AID ASSOCIATION of St Louis Mo has an office in this city No Well it baa and has inaugurated Subordinate Assembly and also its 1s FREE MEDICAL PLANS S The attending physician Is Dr E D Whedbee 928 I2tb Str tiPhone 5044 The Assoclatinn pays accident sick and death J benefits IfI aluJr1 =tt the degrees of 0 E S salI consti tute a chapter under the Kentucky jjurisdiction which was done in per feet form assistrdbv the following representatives of Electa Chapter New Albany Mrs Eliza Jauntis RP M tronJ1isEJJIDLRickman Past Royal Grand Matron Miss Jessie Clay MISS Mollie Carpenter and Mrs Welsh A royal banquet was served at the residence of W H Gibson The fallowing officers were installed Dr Gilliard Patron Mrs M A Patterson Matron Mrs E D Malone Treasurer Mrs Hattie Gillmrd Secretary f ER8ONAl S iRev rJohn Moore of Hopkinsville Ky spent several days in the city during the past week enroute to the General Association Mrs Julia I Taylor is at Cane Spring Ky enjoying rest and recre ation IMrs Evaline Morton of Chicago was in the city this week visiting friends She has gone to Mt Ster ling where she will join her son Dr A C Mortpn and thepce in company with him go to California were they will make their future homeMr Chas Stewart the newspaper correspondent was in the city I week i Hciis attending the General Association in Danville I Mr D Foster Washington h gone on an extended visit to Nssh ville Tenn Misses L M RcbinsonNiiiiin Oden and yirgie Gibson left fo i Danville Ky last Tuesday to at Faire1 Mrs J H Perdue and thechil deco have gone to Franklin ky on ayjsit to friends and relatives Mrs Lillian brown of Indianap otis gyp enthiee days last week with P of Alice P Kelly Cant SpringL il ly1r Rev f Fr Blue will spend twCr weejjijyjstingj friends and r0ativeS iu Virginia A ttMt13 F S DelttiS Yjds iSiihK friends in Cincinnatii t- jj 1 If nLJ W Witd5returned t- ek Q NsbvitItt Teian J 4wlt f O gr t h 1Jwtt fQ irJI J I i1- i rJ r f ityy t 1 = YSW f Mrs Lillian V Brown of India J apolis was in the city Surtday en route to Lagrange Ky where she went to conduct the Oldham County Teachers Institute Miss Allean Pearson of Jackson 1rt Tennisin the city and expects Yo engage in a business rtterprise a cfIfiTI5 J Miss Ollie Jackson of Indianapcisi a is in the city visiting relatives and A friends ij- Messrs Edgar S Jordan and CfoU B Preston lest for San Francisco j lat Sunda evening to attend tfc G A R Encampment They wT be absent untill Sept est Miss Hattie Yeizer of IxoiiTilllf is visiting her cousin Charlie Bctrd at Crawfordsville Indjj i Mr C K Saulsbury hasrctnratda t from Paducah where it is likijf I that he will practice law in tbctfkV ture If H Rev and Mrs E G Hanilw Mrs Susan Johnson have gode o Atlantic city Washington J aft points in Virginia for the snip Misses Rubena D Rodders trima A Fitzbutler are spw L their vacation with friends is York City 1 Mr and Mrs Wm fl Sj wand t daughterv Carolyn are ipSSuR Generals Hkpis anon this week 7 Mrs Caddie Young who his visiting friends in CjfnthiasQ whereasdb remain a few weeks before T t ciBi5ft to New York iteChicagorMr R W Thompiorii of Tines gee Institute Toskeget Alain r the city this week Central LartotJISV s + r dutb6 J LAW SOHOO I Qt ttt thisM1- 1elleatth sgsl 11 atJ s wit s- 1tbtobIc J IIWrrf tklwf lgrArMJrUki I aNItI Jir JfWr awr atnr f tJ rl if l d iv i tJ J f s4 P1 f if t i AUmUSmrr tho4sa1 d Have Dont mwtrhU Kuo f it fat iirirrf t t il 1 IjtFlllitr with our rwtU and let it stand twejifyJour hours a r sediment or set 9coadh tying Indicates an tiOR qf the kid LV neys If Itstains I e 1Ievidende of kid j fey trouble too frequent desire to p pass it or pain In the back L alsoal 4 COnvincing proof that thekidndys and Wad Jdar are out of order I DoThere LoftensWampRootd every theback inevery p RtoJ t passlnrItwine or beer and overcomes that unpleasant oftenduringtimesduringordinary effect of SwampRoot Is soon realized It stands the highest for its wonSl derfulcures of the most distressin eIfsizesYoumay1 dwonderfulI and a book that tells y I rnqrp about It both sent absolutely free by man Addressf SnmpoIlooLCotion reading this generous offer in this paperr4 J + Dont make any mistake but remem ber the name Swa tupRoot Dr Kilmer SvampRoot and I ae address Biaghampd teat N Y on every bottle GoToTHEdI 1s PEOPLES DRUG CO 12th and CHESTNUT FOR lL ANDlCHEMICALS III Sesi Soda vruVke feiby t t Home maae Ice Cream Prescriptions accurately filled and promptly delivered to al j 1parts of the city ORDERS j TAKEN BY PHONE j LETTERS r e sjiiiS t e c a d aa Ia P I MONEY ORDE S issued at our Postal Station I 8 Our laundry does ist clas works Phone O1tJJS rt L 71T RV fAILaa j S W JORDAN SONS S a 944 W Walnut Stll LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY Manufacturers of all kinds of I I Fancy Creams and Ices Excellent Soda with Fruit Syrups l lForPrices and Quality Excelled 1 By None e w t TELEPHONE 3406Y lp r 9 Wm Watson r IMDERTAKERIEMBALMER N tti COP CHESTNUT AND iQ STS Furnishes Coffins Cases Shrouds ianI everything for Funerals 11- I Y Prompt services Reasonable terms 1 SATISFACTION GUARANTEED p Rome Phone 5818 Residence 528EJacob St lV Or V fl Pickett F1TYSICIAN AND SURGEONM j f t OWIK HOURS SUNDAY y f ILL ui to rla mII 10 ion am j v i iu to p m 7 to 8 p m j I 8Da to9pm i 042 PRESTON ST LOUISVILLE KY y 1- i I i J R NEIGHBORSf The Elite hoto is her f 2 Enlarging Bcttwsand Framing a Specialty HOME PHONE 4916 12 W Walnut St LoumviutB KY Cafej1 lxrp at The most Reason ifj V Tv able Rates O E yS A AL I I i p GENERAL ASSOCIATION OF COLORED BAPTISTS IN J SESSION IN DAN VILLE KY 1 The Ministers and Messengers i meeting which precedes the ing of the Association meetII the handsome First Baptist Church this city Tuesday morning Aug I 1 was called to order by Rev W M Price Moderator The opening hymn Come ye that love the was lined by Rev J E Wood and Rev G M Fisher led prayer The annual address of W Jtl Price Moderator I way very touching and was much enjoyed The members present were enrolled and programme was j approved TJhe morning hour was in a very earnest andanimat d discussion of the topic Mission workand how to do itBene by Rev Wm Allen AFTERNOON SESSION At this session there was an Increased attendance and the lecture 5j was crowded Revs H D i Coleraneacd W B Hall couducted devotional services Dr D A Gad ie after the reading of the minutes j delivered strong and logical ad When the Baptist church was organized This address was listened to with deep interest andt was warmly commended at its conclusion It was approved as theII sense of the meeting The usual collection was taken and the benst diction was pronounced by Rev J H Edmunds EVENING SESSION Rev W J M Price presided and Rev R P Whttestdes led in devotional i servicesr This was the occas jp ion of the introductory sermon to Ministers and Messengers meeting J nda large crpjvd wad I present to hear it Rev A Williams the jj preacher of the hour selected Matt And he said unto them Follow me and I will make you fishers of r men It aid preached 1 practical sermon using as a subject Fishers of Men At the close of the sermon Rev DAnder son offered a fervent prayer A col lection of 920 was taken and the benediction was pronounced by Rev A Williams THE GENERAL ASSOCIATION The Messengers of the 35th an nnaf session of the General Associ ation assembled in the main audi ence room of the First Baptist church Danville Ky Wednesday mornin ordegpromptly at 10 oclock by Mod ac c torJrs Frank whoread Romans 8cc The devotional exercises were c led by Revs E P Marrs P H I Clark W E Glover and H Amos and they were of the most impressive i c character The Moderator I 1 made some timely remarks relative to the work Mr Chas Stewart was appointed official reporter and 1 the representatives of several pa pers in attendance were requested I to make reports of trie7 meeting I Revs N Caldwell and G F rharshaU1TheI pointment of the following commit I tees CREDENTIALS H Nutter H D Colerane J HIWilliams1 t FINANCE J C Cross H C Baker J W Clark W D Thompson L Willis t and R Quarles The remainder ofIf the session was spent in reading church letters The Association 1 j I joined in singing Hide me 0 thou Rock of Ages and adjournedIIi with benediction by Rev E Douglass USty Hlatetera tat at ctsaN Caafereiice t This body met Monday morning at Green St Church Members present Revs Coleman Caddie Aj GHalltLewis Perdue ButesI I tltoitfti Brentf McClelltn1 foIkaII1 n ffut CJ1 t 1jJ j 7f f X1 rJ D W Brown Russell Richardson Bowen Caldwell Davis GraysoloJ Wm Brents Frank Reed Rey 7noYf Brethren Generals Britt Riddles Covington Weber Wilson Floyd I FuquaVisitors Revs Jno Moore W E Glover J W Clark E J Jackson nd D Lucas Rev L H Coleman presided j and Revs Caldwell and Jones con duoted devotionalservices REPORTSi Green StS S 83 collection 506 pastor preached One received under watchcare collection 7098 CalvarvSSro6 collection 320 Revs T F Blue and Jno Moore preached One by relation collection 3500 ZionSS 130 collection 2 59 pastor and Rev T F Blue preached One received under watchcase collection 4700- EmmanuelS S 72 collection i36 pastor and Rev D Lucas preachedcollection 7685 Lampton StSS 75 collection 235 pastor and Bro Warren preaceed collection 76 85 Ninth StSS 46 collection 75 cts One fur baptism one restored and two under watchcare collec 3560r CentennialPastor preached col lection 1300 I Good ShepherdSS n collec ion 10 cts pastor and Bro A H Weber preached One by baptism and one restored collection 750 Cable StPastor preached col lection 5142- BeargrassSS 27 collection 7octs onto paeachcd collection 4500 Bland StPastor and Rev J Mitchell preached collection 515 Virginia Ave SS 43 collection 72 cts pastor and Bro Milton preached collection 6 73 BrownsboroS S 35 collection 150 pastor preached collection I3o Rose HillPastor and RevsC C i v Bates and J B Barnes preacnea collection 1400 ludiansAve S S 15 collection 34cts tr pastor preaehed collection 451Mt OliveS S 29 collection 130 Pastor and Rev JW Spalding J preached One received under watchcare Collection 2930 Goose CreekSS 16 collection 27 ctspastor preached collection 8115 A preachedrcollection 12129- BloomfieIdSS 45 collectinn 23 cts pastor preached one restored collection 1027 Green CastleS S 43 collection 130 pastor and Rev C M Jac Mobs preached one restored collec tion 5000 Little FlockS S 35 collection 85 pastor and Rev Wm Brents preached collection 3547 Howards ChapelSS 20 collection 20 cts pastor j nd Rev J W Lewis preached collection 1000 AntiochS3 45 collection Sorts pastor preachedonerestored col lection 4000INewburg SS 30 collection 102 pastor and Rev V F Hart preach ed collection 4600 1Fifth StS S 200 collectio- t 386 Revs J W Moore and J Grayson preached collection 169 Bro A rf Weber read an able paper on The Workof the Holy Spirit which was warmly discuss ed and approved 11The visitors were introduced and addressed the Conference Bro J R Riddles read an inter esting Critique upon the proceed irigsot the meeting 1 The usual annouicentui wer made and the benediction was pro hpunced by Bro F GeneralsMOIiT10o01t LET us STAMT uaar =prtaeakeMata avy sat 3w ww- R w lit 0 A 11eMIaEiJ C rf S n r + S HQ i If i t PS r I ue t1 r r I H OHrctJtint frJJIAj I 1 Cleaning and Repairing neitly done called for audi delivered r 1 i1I II Special1AttentionI t toXadiesI Work and Out of Towni 6rd te i e jl AllnewworkP1 esseaFfeeofCbmrge T tJ l 632 EIGHTH ST i I t I If Loa 5 a1uei ntu Home PJjoie 4038 I r rIT IS THE CLOTHES THAT MAKE THE MAN 9 Masterson makes the Clothesr I cater to good dressers and quote the very lowest price 1IRegulation Garments given Especial Attention I Try our Regulation Trousers at 500 and up Cleaning Dying and Repairing neatly n done I E I MASTERSON t 8 W Cor West Walnut Sta I cnisville Ey + r Na THE WORLD ALL KNOWS f s THE I OUISVILLE HENDERSON AND ST Louis RAILWAY the always popular Henderson Route is THE WORLDS FAIRI LINE Ifyou haves trip in view to EyansiriBIe8lJLotiig or to any point in the West or Southwest ASK JS FOR RATES AND AK u =i FIRST i If there are reduced rales in effect on account of special occasions Homeseekers or Colonists Excursions We Have Them i E M WOMACK i JGL GARRETS City Passenger Agent Traveling Pass ngcr Agent L J mwGCDcral Pawenger Agent I LOUISVILLE KY ESQUIRE WOODSON S BICYCL RffL1I a d General job Work done i on short noticeIJ WORK COED FOR AND DELlfERED G ENE R A tLE P A I RiWE- s I Rocks andKeys Special Attention to pitted Gasoline Stove GUARANTEED To BURN OR No PAY Prices on All Kinds ReasonableIHome Phone S965 648 Center St Louisville Ky r I j 4 TelephonesI I i i 10 Wagons Iff Horses j i j i f It 25 Push Wagons Our fee Cream MtfstBeGood CUSMDEHS W5417 2nd Louisfille Ky I DRSSTONE fhvscian and Surgeon- oOPFIVED01JRSo 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who ha 1 chosen David and r rejected him that he was not only resigned to Gods will but loved r t his riyal who would be successful1 with all his heart A most selfish father had in Jonathan the mos unselfish of sons Saul had tried to kill I avid more than once But it was possible that this was done when the evill spirit had possession of him and that in his rightmind Saul mean only good to David Jonathan un dertook to sound his father whenI hc was at hlllsetl He tmk the opportunity which the feast wouldI give him of bringing in the subjectl naturally Saul would be more apt to speak his real thoughts iii the sub casuJ ally than it he had reason to sus r pect Jonathan was sounding him The festival of the new moon would be followed by a royal banquet and on one of these days an opportunity would occur to learn what the kings real designs were Jonathan was a loyal son and I would not have taken sides withan enemy against his father Even it he had had no love for David love for Saul would have prompted the course he took For if his father JaaT athan could do him no greater kind ft S ness than to keep him from theI I J I crime by sending David away f The Lord be with thee as he has i been with my faiher God had raised Saul from an humble station I to the throne and h d given him j w tbe promise off many blessings if he Uwouldbe obedient This is really raprayer from Jonathan that David should have the throne Was such unselfishness ever know among menAnd thoU shalt not only while I live slaw the the kindness of the a+ Lord that late not The kind ness which God showed David hef liw 1 f was to show Jonathan Jonathan t invoked the Golden Rule was Y t very customary in those days when Ii one dynasyt succeeded another on I I t 0 f the throne for the new king to kill L familyLsIj I i of the new king and these would plot and revolt and endeavor to restore the old dynasty Kings who t J were not otherwise cruel would kill p formerf feeling r tint was Ithe jnly way iu which to insure their uwn safety and of r keep their people from being ini 4 volved in bloody wars f It is probable that Jonathan meant to express his faith in Da i vids love in tbe strongest e He no more feared that David s I kindness towards him personally i t 4 K would fail than that Gods would And that love made him entirelyy F I 1seenre from danger when David as J t 1 rV cendedthe throne But also thour shiti not cut off thy kindness from my house forever It might ieI r that when he was dead Davi mihgt not feel1 toward his children as he did toward him The forever tr glUWR sjSC5 the fJlc lng verser Iilult David was to pledge not only dynastyf i ere was indeed immincntxianger tktta son of David might become j t jjtaloui off fonajthans family aiidI t fur the discqn0d among his sub a jicts+ woaldrItYyarouud thembd yt proclaimi themihe true royal family 11 Jl tl f vioQP ij r sf 4 Iff t 1- J 1I fx r1f J I tr J f o d t 1dan1 conld rally Jonathan would guard j his descendants from the jealousy of some dcscendents of Davids who might be of a different dispo sition He looks forward to the l tune when David shall be all power hiSIenemiesI brave and victorious warriors yet thy see Gods hand in everything S urh a recognition of Gods sove reignty is sorely needed in these dais So Jonathan made a covenant with the house of DavidFor in he covenant David bound his suc cessors as well as himself If they were men like David the oath ojf the founder of their dynasty would be held sacred by themUlct the I Lord even require it at tIle hands oj Davids enemesif David broke this covenant God would use his enemies as an instrument with which to punish him And Jonathan cansea David to swear again because he loved him It was not that he had any doubt covenantf t Inviola ted butbecausehis love was so great he delighted tp hear Da vids voiee and especially that voice when it was uttering words which shewed his love ffur Jonathan lamtenlntton over the deathtf his Ifritnd Th love for roe vvis won derfnl passing the love of women Tuinorow iSfu hew moon and 1thou slialt be missed because thy seat illbe impty At the least of the new moon David being the kings sbnin law would have ai v prominent seat assigned to him and his absence would be noticed And when thou hast stayed tliree daysAt Hethlehtrn There is no reason to excuse David and Jon athan of falshood as some com incntators do Jonathan was to- lc1l Saul that David asked his per mission to go to Bethlehem where his fathers family lived and there is no reason to think in view of the shout distance that David did not go k1JIn4 And conic to the place where thou didst hide thyself when the oijuess was in IWlld Refering to Davids hiding told in the proceeding chip tcr The business to which Jona than refers was his pleading with his father for David and the suc ctss which he had with Saul for a time at least The stone Ezelwas evidently some well known land mark and near it the cave where David hid It might be safe for David to show himself or fur Jonathn to- go where he was As it happenedI when the time came there was no rUe near to be dreaded and Jona taat went to David If others hadi been present the plan of convey ipg the information was well devis ed for no one but David could nn- derstand I it And as touching the matter which yon and J have spoken ef The covenant which they had made as told in the first partof the lesson Behold the Lord is be tween thee and me f ever God was a witness and God would pun ish the one who broke the cove nant J t NATIONALsI I CONVENTIONI I f rI Headquarters 1842 Lombard St Philadelphia ITftba inesseugera and representis tivelof the National Baptist Couven tiftlr of the Uulted States of America Greetings i By ft vote ofthe National JBaplist AlairrConvention will 1lolait3c yIy DoluilyThe Eqterjatnmint Committeei Jla now pngageflpf 19r1p8 1taDgEwent i lor 8rrI 4 Cr r w i and llt rlhowill belit attendance at this urea Convention 1verythAtg- twaesaary for bloc comfort Budhftpin uesi of the measeiiKer and visitor+ while nthe city Is being carefullY looked after ENTERTAINMENT OF MESSENGER lTho committee will entertain all the duly accredited messengers of the National Baptist Convention who come with proper credentials from theIr churches or some regular Baptist organ ization bringing money For any of the object of the wjrk of the National Baptist onvetim Phase eeu to it that the church or organization from which you come will give you creden tials certifying that you are the rt gu elected iceesenzer to the National tap tint convention which will be accepted by the committee as evidence of tilt fact that you are entitled to free enter talument while in attendance upou Ilh N Convention Do not fail to brit g some money for some of the objects of the Convention a failure to do so will de prive tube mesaeHger of tree tints rlaiu intut All the messengers will pltMisn send their names at once to the emu onittee on Entertainment at their headquarters 1842 Lombard St Phil a delphia Pa- KNTKRTAINMENT OF VISITORS The Committee will also look out for homes for the friends and visitors ol the Convention at a small cst to them do that there need be no fear about having apace to atop und proper en tertainment Alt who expect to ultmtd the Convention will kindly rend the s n name to the Committee on Hut rtulu went and 11Iy will be as + itued locint Portable plates to stop before an win in the city BO that the hICOIIV nitII e that visitors generuily have o nor tiiul with will be niuirved JJoBd HI ilt lodging at QMt cUa private I nine h ami lin elH ran be ecurtd fur r1I1 i5 ieuth to 100 per day- SThere are in the cly of iiiiUd pttia UO000 colored peoplu wio are grin IIU bud hospitable at the bosh ti ue the iiitutbcr ut the Haptiht ohuieie of they Itnomination and the ciiix us iin generall will be open for buts iny sal pert anti viwltoiB to IIlse Ntlii ua Bite list Co itl riot Iii it uJlc us tli lenjj iud bread i of title cityii nave G L P TALIAPI K- OCliuiriunn UKV E W Moore Secretary Assf ciiilioaiil Meeting in i en lucky for li03- kxrlt1itrieJ I sRivJWioni J1II Pembroke May j utu Di triut Association fj Lancaster June 17 Green River Valley S i Convention Central City June 18 Consolidated 8 Convention Lexington June 25 Union District 8 S ConveutlIn Bowling Greaii tune 25 Y M S SS Convention Sturgis June 25 Central District S S ConventionI Carrollou June 26 Central District Associaiion Bardstown July 9 4R C V 8 S ConventionGacey July 10 London District S S Convention Consolidated Association Cyntblana July 15 W Ky G V S 8 Convention Bethel Schoohou Hardwood Jul 18 First District Association Trenton July 28 Green River S 8 Convention WesternGreen Valley SS Convention Howard Creek Association oadiuville July 22 South District S S Convention Davistown July 23 Young Mens State Association New Liberty S S Convention Paytontown July 81 General Association Danville August 72 Liberty Association Green River Valley Association It Pleasant Hstrlct Association RiclHnoml Septr 8 Mt Calvary District Association Irvingtoii Sep 8 Ad District Association Louisville Sept 8 LilttleR C V Association- Mt Zion Callaway co Sept 8 Zion Association Union Diatript AssociationSouth Sept 10 Liberty SoS Convention Loifdon District AsHCciatlon AltamouUt Sept 1 Hoardb Creek S So Convention Stamping Ground Sept 24 Baptist Womens Educational Cpuvo Franklin Oct 1 B W E C of L R C V Association Dawson pot IS I 10I98YAW IlitnFTIi itlIiu j ww tJd ytlleYoramtbeBebooisadl8el A teeordctialt ktnmeatsaadade19ostrU0toflW- peaal9tUWi i90peges9BQ HItJstags JJRGy J lIpkla1iM4aI d 1atradaeeQ II r- doDslOa9e 1ph1lr iorpeaetalraQgafedir- ala drat Add NIIIfot 4tcer11gHogteraw aw- us ash w aat la a14 Vi ii fa aslp aIt abtlealtetlr 1a1W MMb im e fi 41 i 9i1lO1If P 04N 7 I tI 411 e lr tiJ Iv f r = 7f r 7n Are i Ifou j l I L Soree USE I Paracamph JI l Believes instantly Sore Feet Sore Miihcles IKheti matisni Inject Stings Mosquito Bites Chafing eta etc l 25c l 50c and 1 Bottles All gsuorl ilrurgirn cor WONDERFUL DISCOVERY Carly Hair Made Straight Bj f = I I unIBXTOIUC AND APTEJl TTUEATJtZKT ORIGINAL OZONIZED OX MARROW OopyrlfktaL safeprortlon bftaUlna from sad- makssthehalrgrow lung and Silky Sold over Warrantedharmldktwas the ibrst po kau hersold fore hlenlng hair Beware ot tm1 OxltscswwkeeptheThegretaAvantsgeofthis can straighten your own halt at nome Qw theal2f6a9Tor tollOclytfycsrndesleraorsenaae0envforonebotUe DO Bendtaiandorezonaa1 OZONIZED OX MARROW COu76 Wabasb Arsons Cbtatgo OIsU = y MISSOURI I tPACIFICt RAILWAY Via ST LOUIS and KANSA CITY to COLORADO UTAH and the PACIFIC COAST DOUBLE DAILY SERVICE t CAFE DINING CARS Meals a la Curie ELECTRIC LIGHTED TRAINS IRON MOUNTAIN ROUTE Via MEMPHIS direct to HOT SPRINGS ARK And Points in TEXAS MEXICO and CALIFORNIA DOUBLE DAILY SERVICE DINING CAllS Meals a la Carte ELECTRIC LIGHTED TRAINS tor Further Information Advenlsing Matter etcAddress R T MATTHEWS Trav Pass Agt Room 202 Equitable Bldg tOUISV LIE KY H C TOWNSEND p a AGT ST LOUIS HOUSES AND LOTS FOR SALE in the West End 7Alsoin South LouisVilleIa WRYPAYBEBTwnenlYou these beautiful ts at Fifty cents per week without interest jploon owa our Alej1 1 Pitpart lala flebceocif j C MI W jm i- tC 1 7- jI ifr n I t irl r 45Pa- ys for profes sional fecturev board teed room rent for one tern 0 r rBy the Quarterly System Is offered uariva1ecloJOrtunltles who must retail teachingposltioesass yetdesireItUdyMelll I STUDT MEDICINE AID IMARMACY AT THE fl GollefiPIPTWBKTH r elthen gj o laboratories and HospitaL 1 rthemJ lucouunutJtttma of three months each Attendance upon any two teraacatkinRudcnttocredJtfor one earsattendance t1OOobd eofI fhsessioaFor further informatioK and Catalogue address j II LX A BUNY MD Deaa L ulsTlll Ky o r I IOOESSHYS z- ll j IIHBY100NEGRORS OPzcoNTWivrs lLt frIw iio civilizationaacual betweentheIV III Is Should the fIgnorant andJ1onproperty holdIng Negro be allowed tovotet SouthVraceVIhandsofvii y I problemIthan theSoutbl S s I XX The signs of a brighter future tor the American Negro SbXVL The American I XXXVI How to help themeii 1READ THIS FROM THE SOUTHER EVAlfGEIiIST i The appearance of thIs book is timely se being tULbe BeanThenegro it will offer an incentive to strive after higher Idealss 01the tt moralposslbll1t1esofn T Washington t This Is a book containing nearly TOO large pages IKxGK inches One hundred full page halftone engravings of the100 Near writersl100 essays on thirtyseven vital topics pertaining to the race From one to four able writers all negroes discuss each tub t sect4 rir=990 Bat money All1ntereeted lathewe problem await it Agents never before made money half rejcompetition from five w twenty copies per day No e are exclusivepubJilhena Magnificent canI fiUTJL outfit worthI g I paypostageJ L NICHOLS CO 52 Forsyth St v Arlanf a 1 x1 qI1 E NERS tT H e P CLstt r ice and Po iteAttentfoacalll on the Louisville FoneralDirectora Pine New Rub her tire Fucarai Car A large stock firOfCaskets and Jfam 4 oral Supplies on hand An Eegent White Hearse for use in Funerals of our Young People is now atyour mtDtlUDd gills answered Day and Night Funeral Car and Hacks at less cost than any other Firm in the City Try the New Firm and be convinced 4 Oar llth A WAlHHtSts Pbeaea Hm WM J SILKMAN Manager ry ACBANCE IN A LIFETIME respectable colored people to pracure homes on easy t FORI P H MiDjiiii Sjis PtolO ter3 at 32 7 FUn et hive opened vvhit is kaova as Lincoln Court Spb division oa West l wadiy and 35th Street A beautiful plot of ground containing 126 lotsIThis property fronts on Broad jway 416 It and it runs north 1600 feet within 150 feet of Chest r alleyThisgas electric lig lt and aevr cjnnections Broadway will be saved to Western Park and street cars will run to if this year REM MBEIt THERE ARE ONLY 126 LOrSI in all and several of them have been sold If you wish to put char ea ajmein a s sl3t njii i1ifV1 u l HI iru tif colored people will be permitted corns and see us at once No city taxes improvements cost you nothing P H M DONALD SON 237 FIFTH ST LOUfllLE r rj tiJ A rLEXINGTONS i Gaf COLO ileD FAIR iThe Thirtythird Annual Fait of the ColiitllA qllJM 1 H elation will be Mdat LsxIn tIKf Sept M 12 e- Attractions lll lj i fj J this scasoit gteater tIth ever e req e b 4i Lifr