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J c- r wiwiibjf i N i i + e1 i Jin5 r J Vttt1i 1 vt tAtIlflj it l ir J ix H ts J RIcANt J i AJp4 T1ISf II tft f j IIt I I ubj7lfo r1 r j lt yxoee K FB AY AUGUST 11 1903 EBT t lJ1 I= u j 1f TOO LATE fr tl f libel silence we keep year after year With those who are most near to us And k 4 r dear 1 We live beside eaoh other day by day + And ipeak myriad things but seldom 11- The42 full tweet word that lies just in our j reach Beneath the commonplace of common speech 1 Then out of sight and of reach they go These closet familiar friend who loved us got 41 And sitting in the shadow they have left Alone with homeliness and sore bereft We think with vain regret of some fond word That once we might have said and they have heardI w For weak and poor the love that we ex pressed Now seema beside the vast sweet unCOil tassel anrgone And small tbe service speut to treasure wonIt undtlfrtrved the praise for word sad deuLMThat could bare overflowed the eimpeaa f a need This tU thu cruel cross of life to DO Null teahiuned ouly when the ministry Of death Una been united and in place Of some dear preaeuoe isbut empty apace What recollected service can give then Sweet consolation for the might have I beau one Housekeeper I WOMENS WORK We reached Powers Station on Bun day tnruijieg July 6th at 780 Stopped- at the hurno of deacon Yeirers where we were treated Kindly by his uitbtul j It e wife visited tbe church at night known M Dry Vurell BapUot church of which R 4 4 lUv u Vaisun is pastor After a 3 anti ijf 14Idud Wv+ ere latror Watsona1111btlnSlblnt we made an appeal for our r worn A cxlleutiou was afterwards ta ken for us amounting o 150 the fol lowing giving J5 cents each brethren Wm Rumbtge Calvin Howard sister Untie Howard We left on Monde morning I wlsport leaching this point we took stage line for tat home of sister Sftllie Lewis who aeem+ to be the prime thelBaptist and humanity in the thriving little city of Iewlaburg We were kind ly received by sister Lewis and her lova I ble mother who is untiring in the efforts to make one feel at home At 8 p m we visited the Historio ohurou for many years made so by It being composed ex clusively of women they have now however male members awaiting the ordi nance uf baptism Here we met a small audience awaiting us sister I ewls con ducted devotional exercises assisted by t the choir and then introduced the speak er a collection was taken for our work t amounting to 125 Rev Hazrlwood thtl faithtul pastorcould not ruualn over to the meeting owing to the serious ill t nasa of his wife but gave us 80 eta toward our collection be jure leaving the follow ing gave 26 Cents each Mr Sallie Smith brother Wm Harris sold 3 charts for 80 cents the College Society promised to do their part toward the erection of our dormitory and hope to send oUttr Lewis as their messenger to Franklin We left on Tuesday morning for Haw esvllle where upon arrival we were met at the station by Miss Warren It was an extremely hot day we were indeed almost unequal to the task of climbing 0 the hUt to our boarding place We were 1lOOn made pleasant in the comfortable home of dear lister Warren whom we 4 were sorry to find away from home on a visit to Evansvllle She is indeed one of e the most faithful workers we have in that section of the state At night we 4 visited the church which the Rev SP Locke Is the honored pastor but so few came out owing to there being no set vice held on Sunday to make announce 1 areal we had no me ettug sold 8 charts for 8Q cenbu On Wednesday morning we were oft for Clorerport ere we reach A td tbe city throngs of people could reM seea ooBlaf lu from every direction to tttr J witatM tile parade of Wallaces show rt Stopped wH Mrs Settle Haynes who is Always fc id ia a pleasant mood and is r iftdeed a resat affable hostess deacoit J Hajaet iafemed us that Rev Locke t tpee- r ltfkt11 fctw6 It useless Open the j OBturchevMaf k kn no one womldbe Ualtea aafcte OM acoownt of the skew wag altgeoI bye we w0 of at 9t 4 fO t ttan cJ Ike ZrLaalt aeI fftfiim al HM Ctajral district tot4- b le II8Ii wl1t ll ri 4 liet tttlt114 t t I fi AYJfriA V I tL i4 It J 1 10 fF r r5 r LJ ifii1 S f home of Mr and Mrs Wm H Steward 1 how glad we were to get within sight of home after an absense of quite ten week Taking dinner with them we remained until time to leave for Tenth Street sta tion Accompanied to the train by our beloved president Mrs M E Steward we were soon off for historic Barostown In company with many ministers weIreached our destnatoh where we were met by Profs Hawkins and Jordan who were acting as escorts to tbe messenger We were welcomed at the Parsonage by Rev and Mrs Keeton after taking nptper with them we were after night service assigned to the home of deacon Lewis Hines at whose home we were indeed most pleasantly entertained It was in 8 deed Interesting to bear deaoon Hines relate Iin a tremulous voice the things incident to the establishment of a MU sionay Baptist church at Bardstown Bow a few faithful men he in the 1 risked their lives their home their a rtaa they stood on guard while the Roppl was being preached in their humble place of worship and bow houses were set on tire loin one end of the oily 1 to the other to excite the people and thus detract their attention from the gospel as preached One Lord Due Faith and One Baptism but they stood firm for the faith once delivered tit the satnl4 until now although once Catholll IIc oy aN gro Baptist church his been J fully established and tbe membership soh I h greatly Iincreased that they Were able toJ indeed handsomely entertain the Associ ation God be praised I Grant that dear brother Keeton and his faithful wife who are laboring heart and band togeth er in the Masters vineyard at this pjaoe may he live long to do much more good for God and the denomination We were indeed glad to learn through deacon Charles Allen this fact that through the unswerving leadership of Rev Keeton they had been able to cancel a debt of seven hundred 700 00 dollars an old debt not of his making A side from keeping up our rent ex asPBaptist unite in one prayer that even a greater work for the Maater may yet bp done in Bardstown as well as througb out the world fQr the harvest is ripe and thelabores are few We visited and en Joyed eacheallonof the association en Friday afternoon on motion of Rev W H tbaijthead we were introduced 1 at the conclusion of the afternoon session and made a strong plea for the Baptist Womens Educational Convention nrg Lug the proposed building of a young mens dormitory and soliciting means for our building fund Two other col lections had been taken previous to our introduction yet we succeeded In raising the handsome sum of 800 the following named persons contributing 60 cents Dre C H Parnah J H Frank and E B Milton r those contributing 25 nenta Drs D A Caddie O L Purse C C Bate R Reynolds E P Marrs Hers G F Watson G W Floyd E T Offutt P General George W Russell C J Murphy H W Jones E W Reed Wm H Craignead S Mack W B Hall G W Hampton Wm Brown H A Kee ton J rot W O Jordan brothers R House and Charles Allen sisters Sallle Alsup Martha Duncan and Bottle Dun can Bold 10 oharta for UX Askin the prayers of all We remain yours In His service L M JAOKSOH WOMENS WORK Mrs LM Jackson will fill the fol lowing appointments the interest of the Baptist Womens Educational Conventions Eminence AUDet 1t PleasurerldgeCbristlansburg r J 3 4 Bag Dad b Frankfort tI 0 Midway 1 89 Zion HillI 10 GeargetownI 11 Danville 12 16 Atoka 17 Harodabargp 18 Perryville 19 Lebanon JA GreenburBi1I 21 CampbellsvlUe 82 Junction city 24 I Somerset 95 Stanford M Lancaster ST Paint Lionit 28 KIrk Ivln 7I 880P- aytontown i Sept 1 Richmond 1 2 Bates 8 New Liberty 4 GoodloeIt J Otter Creek u 1 W1aoJ Oer i r Ihexingtonp 1011 Pastors auad Presidents of University 1- 3e geletIMI are requeatpdtle make actia bl anoamenUb these appoint etaek as meet our representative t- pW gr 11114 make prevision for her al1krtalmept 9j order of 4he Board it Mai M rn mile talIIIPOili- Yiutv Iuri tt e iiralr4riiM jiI t 19Lii f tjl iyz fJx ss- 1tlt ff + r 1 w 1 t 1 K i t THE QEHERAL ASSOCIATION f Spgrtdid Suasion in Danrilh Ky The General Association of Colored Baptist of Kentucky assembled in the handsome edifice of the First Baptist church at Danville Ky Wednesday August 12th at 10 oclock a in in its 46 annual session There rwas a good attendance I an the meeting was full of interest from the opening to the close Promptly at 10 oclock a m the Moder ator Rev J H Frank D D Called the Association to order and read Rom Rev P Marrs D D offered prayer ttmrptlonal exercises conducted for an half nfur iu which Rev H Admos Rev P H Kennedy and Rev W E Glover assisted The session was dt Jared opened and the following commit tees appointed J CREDENTIALS H Nutter H D Colerane H A Kee ton 0 C Wakeflold W H Williams H B Webster FINANCE J C Cross fl C Baker J W Clark W D Thompson L Willis IMr Chas Stewart was appointed offi stenographer and Rev8N Caldwell and G if Watson Manuals The morn log tour was eon umed in reading church letters Adjourned with benediction by Rev B Douglass AFTERNOON SESSION Ri vs W If Brents and F Generals and bro W B Ferguson conducted the opeuing exercises After the reading of the minutes the reading of oburch letters was continued until I behour of adjournment when the benediction was pro nounced by Rev E W Hawthione D Dv EVENING SESSION An audience testing the capacity Of tbe otmrob assembled to hear the in troduotory sermon and lung before the hour for opening songs and prayers were heard The addresses of welcome were delivered at this service by Mrs M L tDoneghy and Bev J E Wood and they Je gems both In composition and de cry whilft the rcspcrtie by RflTi ELTr Fishbaok was equal to the 8IiOD- The choir of the church sang an anthem and Bev C P M Bigbee D D offered prayer proceeding the splendid Intro ductory sermon Rev I Fuller who readi as text Matt 88 Prepare ye the i tbe Lord and make bis path straight U A collection of 915 S3 was received and the benediction pronounced by Rev A W Harris SECOND DAYMORNING SESSIO- The r Awoclatlon opened Thursday morning with a larger attendance of met I sengers than on the opening day andt Moderator Frank sounded tbe gavell promptly at 980 oclock DevotionalI sexf ices were conducted by Revs G BI MillerNmd H Patterson After reading of minutes the reading letters was re mined until the letter from the Dew Baptist Women Convention was reach ed This brought on the diecuerion thge opening of the session The point of or der was raised in regard to the enroll ment of life and annual members when tbe Moderator decided to delay or defer their enrollment was a violation of sec tion 111 of the Constitution The dis cussion was quite animated as the deck ion was not approved by a majority o f the messengers The benediction was pronounced by Rev L T Buckler AFTERNOON SESSION Moderator Frank presided and Revs G F Watson and C C Bates conducted the tTovotiohal services After the read big of tbe minutes the Committee ont Credentials submittted its report but be fore its adoption the order of the day was announced and Rev C L Puree D D made an admirable address concerning State University and received a collec tion of 8085 Adjourned with benedic lion by ByrdEVENING Revs J W Thomas and 11 B Hall conducted devotional exercises Bev jr E Wood Assistant Moderator Introduced l Rev W H HoB dlsy D Dwho preaehedan able and soholary Educe tlonal sermon from Ecclp 7tis For wisdom Is a defence and money 4s a de fetus but the excellency of 4sl that wis dom gfveth life to theat that have iuJt The speaker was requested to hare the sernon panted with the approval of the Association The collection was oantin ned for SUtetUniver8ltybyDr4q Jk Puree site S9J6 wac tlcStooth amouBt raised In the afternoon making 11fo that tfIse Bilks Naable RI Barrofigfes II lode aneatbnsiastio seer 58 WeltWofat and raoA1yed4ooll ass1e LJoBot o r the Woaattei stir tioB tSJ tptlaLt C9UrAd oarrot4 with iyxed let It Jl ll I 4 i ttif 1f iJi AI r j FVw J ifj t 1W ttt- i ia J i THIRD DY MORNING SESSION thlJimQrnhsgj j chair RevH E D W Brown and John j i Moore conducted au enjoyable service IIre2jandan animated discussion followed a mo j tloto approve the report of the Corn mi eon Credentials eUtniuatlng life and annual members there theII This proposition wa net with strong qpifc iition and the Moderator ruled again ou a point of order by Rev B I WifleeU thatit was vlojatlou of Sec 1 111 ot the v uuatuutloii From this Rev R H C Mitotiull appealed and wulle b1s was being cousiaered Rev W ti1iI Mo tidiey flwa introduced made a flue addieea and received 33 76 forIi i the Cadiz Normal and Theological College I Adjourned with nediutiuu byII Rev JF Adana- AKTERNuoN BESS1O- Nrl I e Association was called to order ModeratorFratkBeat while the devotlous were being j conducted by R vat P M Young J Fisher and W B Wood Tlie readicje of the mluuteu and new church letters I war completed before the seats were I well filled Joe appeal made at theII morning sesiou which was ed by an arder of the day was taken up 1 and the Association by a large vote refused to suaCaln Moderator Flank who vacated the chair and refused to pre slde longer Assistant Modertdr Hawk ins Alts called to the chair who on ac count of illness declined to serve and called upon Assistant Moderator Wood to servev The order of the day having arrived Mrs Mamie E Steward Mrs Lizzie Bates and Mrs Lulu Jacuoa representing the Baptist Womens Ed uoational Convention were introduced and presented the greeting of the body Their addresses were particularly touching and impressive and a collec tion or 8105 was given them This was followed by a thoughtful address by Rev E William representing the M jdF College dopkinsvllle who received collection of 705 and then came rev C H Parrish D Dein one Ofibremo8t ntbu9iaatia epee ohwiof the day and received 1760 for Eckstein Norton University A committee consisting of Revs 8 E Smith H W Jones and O Smoth snarlfrequest Association to Rev J B Prank D D to resume his position as Moderator FVENJNG SESSION AsN sistant Moderator Wood In chair One of themotimpressive Foreign Mission ordtarylAfrloanpreacher before the regular service A settee lion of 3347 was taken Rev T H Mao preached the Missionary sermon from Text 3 Cot 818 hAnd we have sent with him the brother whose praise is in the gospel throughout all the church ep r At the close of the session Rev W W Wheeler offeredprayer and Rev PH Kennedy DD General Mis sionary resented the claims of State Missions and collected 82545 Even af ter hearing these addresses the acdl was willing to hear Rev Wm Beoham D D Field Secretary of the National madefa address which was listened to with unusual interest He also re calved a collection FOURTH DAY MORNING SESSION B The Association was slow assembling Saturday morning as all the messes gets seemed anxious to avoid the trou ble wh oh the proceedings of yesterday seemed to indicate and were trying to find a way out of the dllema Hen 0 groups here and there were around the church discussing the situation Strange to say this session was Open ed without a prayer and sung fervent- lythe old familiar bymn Once sue we meet to pray Letters from new chnroJtes were read and referre The regular standing committees were ap pointed and the corresponds manes gen were introduced The nambtra was larger than usual and all deUVereti short and interesting correspondence Two more schools were remembered at this session when Rev T K Faulkner received t1142 for the London Aoads my and prof W H Parker received I 810 for the Normal and indUBtrial In stunts at e eattyville I AFTERNOON SESSION 1 Atat Mod Wood t presided and ReetteS Z Smith find WjM Price Qondqete dev uOJla1 izeosa A oeUeC1tlo ofIJOt1rraJ or ttfd widow of Rte l ao ilAfltliWf X11ej ji eMt if tm nesfi of Ui aaweU d1bi Thegat1rettert4y w tith5f JI tp I f lI r c Jlji 1 r C m liaytist MONTHLIES JIdst sate 0a BsftfatTsaclicr It 6ar hl1ffUW f 0fl nUa litailssferoUersckokn NEW Matkly 7 asst each ftf furttrl QUARTERLIES M state Mca ptr tI- I atvaasM 1II Istera ilas3 II Maary 3- MpP9l W fIIIIrkr f JSTltATE PAPERS pus pjy pss trefkl1 NMews WIeldy t 31 q uper analeuaIJ 33w It- I N Traaf Isaisr monthly 2N tGIltllR1eektostbly esats American PoblicatSitt SodetyW- ESTEWf 14fT OUre Stmatt St Ittitf Mt Rev C H Parriah D D its chairman It contained a number of new sugges tion few of which were approved The moat interesting feature of the repcrt was that referring to the Baptist Wo mens Missionary Convention which was earnestly and seriously discussed until the hour of adjournment EVENING SESSION Assistant Moderator presided and Rev j B Anderson offered pray ereBy unanimous con ent the matter of the Baptist Womens Missionary Convention on moths of Rev GW Ward was referred to a special commit tee to be composed of three members selected bych of the Women Boards and one by the General AssociI ation The report of the Executive Beard wa than jppnmtfjaaJiiMadjd Dr D A Gaddie was selected M tile member of the committee to represent the General Ansoolation The annual report of the Board of Trustees of State University was read and approved By unanimous consent the rule was suspended and the officers reelect ed as follows t Moderator Rev John H Frank D D Assistant Moderators Revs J W Hawkins D D and J E Wood Secretary Wm H Steward Corresponding Secretary Rev P H Kennedy D Dr Treasurer Rev E P Marra D I The memberoithe Exec utive Board and Board of trustees wire also rer elected The Committee on Divine service submitted its report Rev E P Marrs D D treasurer submitted his report showing receipts I2U027 Expended 218858 and a balance of f169 which Was approved- On motion of Rev J a Perdue it was ordvred as tbe sense of theAssocia lion that the reolbtion eliminating life fa annual members yesterday was intended ip noway torefteot upon theU character or integrity It was mead to meet next year with the Broadway Baptist church Winchester and ik Association adjourned 8UNPAY SERVICES Services were today in all tiC church ea and at the Court House At the Piret Baptist church Revs D A Gaddl D D S E Smith D D J B Ander son and C Smothers D D preached At the close of the evening services the Xaeooiation WI called to order Committee on Annual Sermons re 0o mended the appointments M fol lows Introductory sermon S Nutter and J B Millar Edr ational Sermon MbotslandeMisRionary Sermon R Reynolds and W R Richardson Doctrinal Seraon J Johnson and H D Carpenter Memorial sermon C H Parrish and P H Clark which waa approved mitted ite report whlok was ameadad and approved Rev JH Purdue S E Smith B W Reed and the officers Af theAiseltIi were appointed to MautItt tke araouaU designated for dUfertat eatoej land apportion itaooordlngiy ASJparm ed with benediotiop by the Koderater Ii I lie raetIL1i rM rlaitliatebk i Ministees 8oIi ntoaiII Rf oeir lathyrv are wtw- utdhbitMlkaiiiftfl r J I 11t Ji iJ IIi 1 g r i1i h 1 fi i f 1 ffiiItVi J 1 J a- LES50N LiAFLIss XatsrsMlkts ttrut MSMXy J ftrflMrfgrf klateliassses 3M afMlwyS1 t- ipis Lhesst 3stwee ti wit 1ada iwdYKOMfe DCrAtTMENT f Cs RJPPtJ St1+e isar gststt 17it jhaaN ise lteeatltireltttjearad s 1Raylt twat y i c I IMsats I1rII 8- Teaalt II Ji f Baptist HCKJSB t Wood e iabT s t i v 1 ASSOCtATIOHAL NOTESkrr- I JI i No ort wing It tDarkv The rules mayjbe suspended Ktviiaf r W tar I Assistant Moderator Wood staif bljpoint on he effect ef the Prime Question1Paracamph r i yamdue rk reasatrsr PJI t Ihe gavel was thrown delht bat it- Arts P I takeau apla Who oaa tell what dwilljbtlaff t t 1 Forth Danville brakrthti erf liit oIIU fiN a7wiiat jmean gnIthls the tin w ahead for all the ednoatlswil eta a prl10 verytime you turned aregad a 1 per was hadid to you There ware llBaptist aewspaperaiea ia ate rand still they came 1 Some I one has said that till 14lfClark of owen hero baa lear isl it at 1 as gracefully oat the fleer at elle 5rtif ft We alnt trying to1eIaJ VfSi iisJw+4 wearetihtlai fIIllmG1 was a hasdaaattt cis t raised under the otronauUmeatf 2 tthIY1tCllldatThe forces were weUlla p batb imajority coald aetaot MitaxyssUi W- ctu j tbe minority were IE the giiddi Qatflee + rcircmmsUnces lid la akarry Ask them for jJartlcaUrs1 S m1 The church tins crowded tITi r ternoon seatloa Ji The Assjeelatioa ofoaW i- iiwltbostthepuqarsgieUa frt y Mora aasal kamkafa wara mnM +V atthli fetalei ikaa ku 4m a4dmft iWMtY1earaFor the flat time la tit ItJttfrj edatkaAtaoeiatieimmkff wed itaSftl the rightto appMl from ikfSS MMI riS theoherb7Auistart tJetatterstter wNd A Thero were several tell tktajeMr f der the at at DmAvina dlarl cllw r AateoiatlpQi J TIIteip1a aaffl tslep tae Maisa gee came and west Ja qntek Nisi I tim time ttfaeed V I i v t tom is w litr There e aM to kr bees 4l 1 poUfleal fraoiioe ia tin AlssJUatli tit j fait brttkrwi idle k4ni WifJMtt ricu edof t IiAU U11oeu t wiferQ N lIl77I1rlt Y J y6fire will opea T y In tile First f1f it het ie hfNftlf i8fJ TSwei Sri be II- r O r Jt if a jIf W Js iit1 i tJ 0 IiJ it n 1 J i 1i I JJ i 1IJOI itJI Jor P f iER CAt ftrttistb L ABIIS1tin 1879 I 1 PUBLISHED EVERV PktDAZ OFFICE i1t 7 lP PIFTH SIi LOUISVILLE KY7- I L Be 11tt j T r t 1 iHt gzinaavanee S1lt5- I j of fi I j 1 75Ir J 40I 1t iioNTusIII j 4 ofIfirONB COPY FREE f i Yi y 1It rao oat who wffl Mad v Mates 1 I it a L I h Utoatb kbeI fyou piper Bhow t what 4wM yviibv palL li srt both as arecelwand- 4rt 1 uut for payment If I proptrcrdtfeftBotbeeacivavitMBtwo or f I fro tUB r pqaeat aedr us AIO tKff u promptly bf uJ thsnfe ia Post Offie ot DMs to that thueaT be mo ernr cr deb U b ftrenr of paper 7j 1 t FRIDAY AUGUST2I 1903 1 p m paperla repllarJaUfWll j itaprtscribew until a4eflult I 1 ffi perte dlsceniUnUO Is received- I t wl tiro subscription paid ID ekt Ml e tile time the rder to I i o 1 f qi = a 1 1 The thirtyfifth annual SeSSIon of 1 a I the General Association ot Colored r t Baptists of Kentucky is now a mat Cterof history and most of the breth ften are casting about for sn opinion 4 as o the impressions and results of I thesessibn It was an unusual meet ingin many respects and the work it accomplished was unusual The attendance was not as large as was 4 expected and the money ollected was above the average expectation I as the diferences among the breth I Irenin the state was expected to materially affect this part of the work The mount collected was r rI5319 ahout 70000 less than last year and it was apportioned about as follows State University f 64400 State Missions 22628 4 Foreign Missions 15769 Associ I rk ational expences including minutes 37694 and quite a large sum for other denominational objects As we e suspected there was strong senti S ment against approving the work of the Executive Board in organizingI the Baptist Womens Missionary TItOflVC1Ttflflffthe Asscciatiorf I withheld this approval until the matter was passed upon by a com- o mittee appointed to consider that question and report next year Pee culiar conditions developed in the matter of electing officers and though it was understood that the Moderator would not stand for re election still it was found to be in the interest of peace and harmony to do thai very thing and Rev J H Frank D D was elected Modera tor again There vaS some confusion as a matter ofcurse but wise coun sels prevailed mutual explanations were made and what at one time seemed to be the parting of the ways was avoided and an understanding reached that will no doubt be a ben 1 I efit to the work The majority of jt the Messengers were unable to put 14 their wishes upon record which was I t understood by all in attendance so a a truce was declared by meeting J the minority halt way and in a bej coming spirit accept the inevitable 11I Unless the unexpected happens the I f present associational year will be a Ii one of the bestin its history and Vti sithereports atWinchester in 1904 i shouldbe the most satisfactory and jst I encouraging May every Baptist t sacrifice if necessary and labor to p I thatsQi I THE organization ofa Suffrage League in oston with the avowed purpose of antagonizing the Afro American Council and hostile to the sentiments and theories of I j P9oLr r Washington and othert I raceladers in he cause of race de 1y I velopment calls attention to the p h4 facttht the leaders of this new I i movement are the same persons who 4 p only a lew weeks age attempted to break up a meeting in that city which was being addressed brMr Washington At this meeting sdme 4 f arrests were made and upon a triall I the fenders weie convicted nniT 1 filed for isorderly conduct and ill whoparticipated were severely perr t I sured Jt ill evident that the plans r p promulgated by there leaders I ate f rtDottbep1iWhlth will fce pproiye- 4VbVhecpn tI e I erygtiye ai tiitieliftiiI t Of tkrra ilJlttFi14- k Ifi If 1 or Vf l = J that leadership which Besides iin the South Higher education has its friends in the South as well as in Boston but that education which encourages such conduct as chara terized that public meeting which insulted Mr Washington dces not reflect any credit upon the race The presumption that Southern thelconditionsJ 1 tion and we are not competent to suggest remidies is a decided mis take and those who share that opin ion will sooner or later find it outII What the race needs aMhis time isII consecraIted and improve all conditions 1w TIlE timely letter of President i Roosevelt to Gov Durbm of Indi t ana will produce good results in calling public attention to the fre quency of the cruelty of mob vio lence in this country andarouse r kindlofI I sentiment of this admirable letter has been as warmly approved in the South as in theNorth but Gov Heard of La makes a mistake when he avers that mob violence is not directed against the victim largely on account of color and that the nameless crime is limited almost evclusively to one rice A careful investigation of that question has convinced us that the commission of that crime by white men is more frequent than many suspect quent1yIhoped however that the discussion of this question will result in lessen jug the causejas well as the frequent outbursts of public sentiment against an entire people because ot the wrong doing of individuals Our good people universally detest and discourage crime and throw the weight of their example and influence against it but they cannot prevent those who are evilly disposed from doing wrong nor do they feel that they should be held responsible WE know nothing of the merits or demerits of the suit instituted a gainst the manageis of Greenwood Park an enterprize conducted by colored people in Parkland but we trust that the complaints made are untrue and that the action in the premises is unjustifiable It is how ever to be regretted that the wide open policy encouraged in this city has been encouraged by the managers and that picnics and similar gatherings have heeu allowed and encouraged on Sundays But the conduct there has certainly been no worse than what is reportedof Jacob Park and no such action has been found neccessary to suppress disorder at that place Vice has grown bold in our city andunless some popular movement is inaugu rated to prevent or curtail itspower it will gain such proportions that it will be impossible to suppress or control it in the future among eitherlvhites or blacks except by the most powerful and stern measures IMPORTANT NOTICE i m Railroad rates for all perspns at tending the session of the National Baptist Convention at Philadelphia Pa September 1621 1903 hay been arranged with all the passen Association in tne United States The best rate that can be obtained this year iis a fare and one third on certificate plan All persons must secure certificate tplaci where they purchase their tickets The same is to be presented to secretary- of the National BaptistConvention so be signed by a special agent of I It elltby Urn The agent fce at t1c cprivenion September I6ig Be t WIlltI vj i J II tr1 r fft 1f ivTr4 nr1 T t ir t N UP ttOT4 The Qkalahoma Baptist Conven tion will meet in Okalahoma city Septemberfi3 r CampaignCommittee chairI A colored woman at New Liberty Ky last week gave birth to four boysIAt last accounts all were doing well The Grand Jury in Danville Ill investigating the recent riots in that city has indicted nineteen per sons for complicity in the lynching in which several lives were lost The Machinists Union qf New I sever1itsJ Central1TradesI that organization has recently ad mitted representatives of Negro labor unions The Republican Convention to nominate a railroad commissioner for the second railroad district has been called to meet in this city I September i6th County Conventions to select delegates will be held September 1 2th the trial of Jett and White in Cynthiana last week resulted in their conviction and sentence to life imprisonment for the assassinI ation of Attorney Marcum They have appealed for a new trial IA movement has been started to I colonize Negroes from New Orleans j and other southern cities upon farms adjacent to Tacoma WaSh- ington i I The first party was located last week knd the promoters are I assured of perfect success in the movemen r Yk fc iY HhI Die Negro aw student who won the Town send prize in oratory in the university at commencement has been appointed clerk in the Probate Coimfat New Haven by Judge L W Cleveland This is the first in stance of a Negro clerk in a Con neticut court The South District Sundayschoo Convention which was postponed has now been called to meet at Davistown Ky Thursday Aug 27 All Sundayachools of the District are urgad to be represented in orcjer that the Convention maybe made a decided success Private conveyance from Danville has been arranged for delegates coming that way The call for educated Negro men who have made a special study of theoretical and practica1 culture is more pressing than the supply The demand for such me comes from all parts of the United States and from several foreign countries The Agricultural Department of the Tusk Jtee Institute is now prepared 01to01 common school or College cources We hope that a large number of such persons will enter this department at Tuskegee this fall For in formation as to expenses etc apply to President BookrT Washington Tuskegee Alabama YF a4 RESOLUTIONS ofSYMPATHY Whereas it has pleased God whose reign is over life apd death IQ summon into higher services our beloved sister Mrs Mattie Jones and whereas by her pawing away IJoneofdlI fore belt resolvedr thfct ThI o11imhl Jl6r tbe Jos ofiQ whptejtr ckn preetflqS gatl cb tttl L el 1 J i 1t 9 j rbe it resolved that weextendio the r sorrow stricken husband our heart felt sympathy praying GodwiU gather him beneath the wiagd of huj overshadowing love and comfort his heart with the divine pledge of resurrection and reunion Be it re solved that in consideration of the death of sister Mattie Jones we ose one of our best Workers and I one ot ouV most Tairtiful1j kind and beloved members we who knew her rind JlovetfI her best fRl tbatin her the husband sad lost a ten der faithful and loving wife the parents a loving and dutiful daugh ter the neighbbrsa pleasant com panioni the choir a 1loving and faithful member who m art her re lations with us was ever a ray of sunshine and pleasure which gone out ip darkness and we bsII row for her as with hushed voices we speak her loyed naniet as we I assemble where shill rarely ever failed to meet us pe it further resolved that we the members ofI I the choir extend our sympathy to the grief stricken htuband parents and relation and pray that he who doeth all things well may comfort I them in their dark hours of grief ji and sorrow Be it resolved that a copy of these resolutions be sent to the husband and family and also a copy to the American Baptist for publication Done by orderof the choir Mrs j E Lewis- Blqpnnfield Ky hs i NOTICE By the resignation of our beloved pastor the Rev C G Ushback A M B D July ist 1903 our pul pit is uow vacant1The undersigned were appointed as a comrmtee to correspond with various ministers and invite such to appear before the church as they think would meet the approvalof the church iWe will be responsible only to such as we invite to vjsit us Jne Loving J i W C Jackson ki t Sandy Duncan f4 Edw Mo plnI7 jasR Price J x flWin B Ferguson i H C Jones Chairman Pul pit Commitee Bowling Green Ky a I X BAPTIST WOMEN SOU CATIONAL CONVENTION J Dear SistersWe are preparing to entertain you the ist of Oct and hope to have a large representative delegation oi the Baptist women of Kentucky Bring your religion along and let us see that you conae up to the full status of your name Kindly notify us of your coming in order to saveconfusion in assigning homes Yours in the work W C Mien Pastor Alpha Baptist Church Franklin Ky A Fw Words FromMt 8trllng The members pf Evergreen Church seem to hvetakencui new life spiritually numerically jwd fi nancially They have a iwilling I mind to work and make their 1 church what it ought to be so we arranged for agramJ Rally thft sec ond Sunday iaAugust ancVthe mem bets wentto work and the Lord blessed iis 16 raiSe Eightyfive dol tars on that day We fcone to have the prayers and assistance of tim brethren that we may raise the pld Baptiatfiag high in this place and I do a great wok for the master rsTItist HCr Baker lit Sterling Jv f i re tO t oprIHJup f ti11 S 11l i r llulICa1 1 rf I wtp YK i 1 l 1 v i 2j t o I itR UN VEXjITY Louisville KentyeksrEstablished by the General Association Colored Baptists ofvfcem H 1879 aud conducted for the religions intellectuall and industHjatlt tralhl of young people Offers intructjoi l NormaalPrepatatoryBusinsr eacea aa competent instructors Ampler Jaccommodations in the Boirditrg Deparl ment for both sexes under wholesome and elevating influences Termi reasonable struction tjioroughession opens Tue divSeuc ioiFor Particulars 4ddress REV C L PURCE D D President t iouisvjfle Kv KentuckyN IihtiitProposes An Education of hi Heed Hand arid Hearr t IEr JL i llses Annual i IaaieSRooins wih exception ofpillows rind hz iocovering pcr month 750 VEIGHT IND1ITQIES iDormltonesi kao1Schoo 0 I l For further information wpiti f i fJ S Hathaway c Frankfort Kf S 1 Jhlll 1 S DID YOU KNOW Thatthe AMBRIC N MUTUAL AID ASSOCIATION of St Louis MQth19 in like in this city No Well it has and has iniuguratetl Sttbnnltiiate Assembly And also itS FREE MEDICAL PLAN Ttte attending phjstiian is Dr BD Wh dbee 938 latbSt Phone 5044 The Association fays accident sick and eath benefit Furthere iinfonuation may be obtained calling on f or addressing J M K nnedy Louisville Representative 710 I Fifth Street l I sons r are attending the Masonic Grand Lode in Pafis Ky this week A suit has been instituted by white residents of Parklajad to close Greenwood Park becaultof t depret locality tOf r therewiUbe Communlbn seivfces j held at Zion Baptist church tltienI melriI r e present f Mr3 Ambrose Mc Crackeh enter tained Sunday afternoon Aug gth 1903vin honor ofher dau hterin 1lawMrff Hallie Tallialarro oi In dianapolis At a meeting of the School Board last night Mr A E Me yzeek was re elected principal of the Eastern School by a vote o fseven to three This matter has been hanging fire ever since the school closed in Jynp The Emmanuell Baptist chuch will celebrate the Fifth anniver sary of the pastorate of Rev J H Perdue beginningjnext Monday eve ning and contihuing through the weekI The Ministers and Deacons Con ference will meet at the Virginia Ave church in Parkland next Monday morning instead of at the Gresn St church Every member is urged to be present The will of Edward Warden was probated last week He leaves his estate to Ws wife during her life adthea to the testators children His ectateiis estimated tQ be worth eat 46000 The New East Exchange of the Cumberland TelI phone will be opened next Saturday It is located at tee corner of Baxter Ave and Breckenridge Sts r Albert Abstou was declared iin sane by the County Couri last Monday as the result of excessive cigarette smoking I For the firSt time this year the Eruptiu Hospitalf hasnol a patient in it There has been over 2000 patients treated during the vrear and fttdttetime there were i6i sttentt in the hospital Only tent pilieiits died Curing the epidemic 1 i fRIEIsG1NGERTOmCL thenkIr J a fl i iIrltrnI 1 4 1iV 1 IIJAl1Q 33 Mr2JfP U tf Jt f rt to JJ 1 i 1 i1triI J 4 t V d iPEll8OIIu iir fS Mrs F Berry made a pleasant visit to Indianapolis SundayS f Miss Nannie Berry has gone to Indianapolis to visit relatives Deb friends She will go from there tfChicago A f Messrs O W nk tand Dr W lck ttsp ljS- day Ib iin IndianapolisI J4A f tMr C F Sned and DrJi1 Wardof Jfldianapblis ars u city Mrs Henry Galvert Frank ami Miss Eva P Calbert are visitiag lii Henderson Ky and flvansvilleIthi 4 H 0Mr and Mrs Stephen Belt wer- ithejuestsofMr tv and Mrs Anderson j Kincaidfediaqapolis last undrijy I MisSAnnie V Kennedy Otiik- jijis iin the city the truest 1r Miss Ida B Jlugent Wlfees EkB Russel and Myritjr v V C Nufe report a pleasant timeJpJ jAtlantic N and othr JEastMr W H Ferris isrutticrftiitwi Danville ad Hamxkbottv iir Rev S p Smith and dangnjv Sadie pasted through the city 4BJ week eurcate to ElizabethtownJ 01i Miss Jetnnatte L ljvisiring in NashTiM TfIqra 4weeL ri Mrs Mo14ieWt1Ifmbas reti4tf home after an txt YJIi 1J tto1 Louis and tkrtetucky r I fS t son Ky was I ie ct1 Ifromjj 11- J t t Mrs William Walker ali Jennie C till wer called t9 ington thbeioFikeir Miss MaUleEstlU b ill J4n j ttdc dfJo Walnut St was called tp tbisweekto visit kft mo tko Tadock f J I t iff itild l t 1ttto visit their bfpfetr VAr Ha Jdt t W0 RPG L Kl0 i otthtJ4Sapdjlt FfiteiaJi M ornpOyII nrtlarltu i Ii fsMoi N d- 54t N s L4cTL 7TT TT 1 c 1 t iidijivxsr a 2 r rnI it 4neIYTto ble f a P IJtJOW 1tf JI rUo To Find Gut r tfIJ1a bottle or common glass with your wttr and let it stand tw ntyfour hours a jx setS L Jl tling indicates ano unhealthy condtq r vr tion of the Wd F A V ney If It stains stIyour It is evidence of kid ney trouble too frequent desire to f 3- tccr pain in U1C U V5O convincing proof that the kidneys and blad i der are out of ordereto v What to Do A There Is comfort in the knowled s so H often expressed that Dr Kilmers Swamp Root thcgreit kidney remedy fulfills everyc heikidneys liver tiSpassage It corrects inabl ity to hold water and scaldtag pain in passng It or bad effects following use of liquor unpleasantnece3trgo I S timesduringI r ordInary effect of SwampRoot Is soon realized It S wonderfulcasesIf br1 irYoumay have a sample bottle of this thandS EtPrabsolutely free by mall Address Dr Kilmer rrom of smapHoot Co Binghamton NY When vriting men tion reading ths generous offer in this paperi l Dont make any mistake Hut remem rer the name SwampRoot Dr Kilmer t S7iuip Root and I ae address Binghamp tuo N Y on everj bottle GOTOTHEp PEOPLES DRUG co I 4i12th and CHESTNUT FOR 11PURE r DRUGS AND ITU ike feiiy IIf Home maae Ice Cream v L t Prescriptions accurately filledI Sand promptly delivered to al parts of the city ORDERS t TAKEN BY PHONE v LETTERS re gii s t 4 IIanj MdNEY ORDERS issued at our Postal Station L Our laundry does rst class work Phone 5044 ORDERS TAKEN BY MAIL = SII sow JORDAN SONS i 944WWvi t IU i LOUISVILLE ISITUCKY- t S Manufacturers ciudsof I Fancy Groans ud Ices Excellent Soda with Fruit Syrups k For Prices and Quality Excelled By NoneT- gLCPHONE w 3406Y vm WatSOIi th4DfRfAItE- rSAlNtER5 ttN W COP CHESTNUT AND 10 ST- SVFucnishes Coffins Cases Sbroudl inJ everything for Funerals jb Prompt services Reasonable term i AiJSFACrOrl rUARAWIEFO 1 Ha tic Ffaowfc stirX Residence w IS28EJacobStt rtoo V fl PickettTITVS1CIAN AND SURGEON iewR JIOUKS SUNDAY 4 u ri lo ii am 10 to u a III 1lLtD3p1u 7to8pn- 48ptocPm 1 t UiaBRESTp ST LOUISVIILE r J z rJ 1iEIGHBORS i TA iByjte rtographer5 ti 7J Ttlt t1S d 1Dg SPecla1ty r vI HPMEPHON64QJB J Wh3ntSt LouhvuLii XV t 2 l 7ititbns Cafeqr biiDWAY LOUISVILLE KY- v t ftt all Hours Best Service tvitbep9ztecoi1S 5 1 ble Rates 2ffvl Tiiijlr jviVfrv v yw v i v iv i Th j VLWAMtiOUNTYTEACHtRS Sr INSTITUTE I For the first tfuein the history f Oldham TeachersCountyI InLItute we have hada woman i ructor in theperspn of Mrs LiI j Iih an Jones Brown of Indianapolis The meeting was held In Kvnett KyAug d the church beautifully in honor of the occasion with flowers of var rious colors and kinds Mrs Brown called the Institu oiftd order by giving an excellent exposition of the aims and purposes of our work The regular routine of assiging subject to teachers was done away with and the Lecture Method in which the teaches used note books followed y discussions of the ideas presented bythe Instructor in turn giving eir own experiences in their respective schools Mrs Brown who has madea special study of physi ography and nature at Cornell University i and primary methods at Cook County Normal came to us I filled with bright and healthful ideas giving them to us as the practical teacher while we become the pu gusweek of intellectual feasting and each ofus will go to our severalI schools better prepared in every way to give better service thereby dire tJy benefiting the district inI whichwe labor The people ofI the town have made the Institute appear a regular Chautauqua for at every session Jbe house was fill ed vith an appreciative audience The Superintendent pays Mrs Brown the high compliment by this Institute was the best of all she I has every attended and that other Superintendents will do well to em ploy her We feel also that due credit must be given to Miss Minnie Crutchfield ot Louisville Public Schools who so successfully pre sented her method of teaching primary number work that the County Superintendent tpok irnr- iteE s to6sein other Institutes We shall anxiously look forwardI to next years work An Observer La Grange Ky I Lexington M and D Meeting Members present Revs Porter Hawthorn Buckner Board Colam ese Wilson Hathaway penser Francis Butler On motion Revs Hawthorn and Francis were elect ed Moderator and Secretary xre sp ctively Pro tern The Modera tor conducted devotional exercises REPORTS IILiberty BaptistSS 30 coilec pastor preached col llection 3 20- AthensSS 33 collection 4octs Revs Martin and Bell preached collection 500 Price TownPastor preached collection l 640 PI GroenSS 25 collection 30 cts pastor preached col 3co Main St Rev Hathaway preached collection 630 lrstBaptist Geor etownS Sb 58 collection Socts Rev Porter preached collection 1705 N ColumbusS S 12 collection i3cts Rev Board preached Pleasant GreenSS 75 collec tioa 55cts pastor preached collec tionx3 50 The cprcespohding messenger Rev J Francis Wilson reported from the General Associationi also Reys Buckner and alamese made pointedaddresses w to I Evergreen S S 42 collection 25cts pastor preachedioIiooc L Willard St Pastor pie tchedFp collection 2 30 MeringtqvVn Revs Bohapon and Butler pr ached collection 20 73I Qnrnoti n it was ordered thqj Rev Hathaivay peach a short ser mon to the Mi andj D incedui R which w asv6ry instructive Rev jtincis pPt rjiepjinij Qtigji t G spel ChUrcljt fk S r 4 fII 4 0 LI tc 1 7J Y 4If r tJ 1 pointed Query Master pro tern Adjourned to meet at Liberty Baptist Church benediction by Rev Calamese a LI I NOTICE f fTo whom iit may concern this is to certify that Rev F L Hamil ton has been excluded rom the First Baptist church of Altamount Ky Done by order of the church this 8th day of Aug 1003 Rev T R Reed Mod laseijlak1ey Clerk Half rate tovTerre Haute and return Via Big Four Route Tickets on sale Aug 21St and 22nd good returning until Aug 27th Get tickets at City Ticket Office 259 Fourth Ave Both phones S f Gates Genl Agt EDUCATIONAL EXHIBIT AT rttfi NATIONAL BAPTIST CONVENTION We wish to make our Convention at Philadelphia pne of the best In the history of our 4 atloual meotlngs We have arranged t II7yt iU hrtf raphs of all the leudui iuijisir nl ucators aud businrss men and women represented at tti8 convention so to that end we ask each person to send us their photograph atonce enclosing q for framing your photograph We also wish the photographs of churches echool8Btate ConventionsI iSundayschool Conventions and Baptist Young Peoples Union Conventions v To make this movements grand suc cess each person having arlr p of race or denominational pride win respond Suggestions will lao be gladly received I Let me hear from you Ad1 dre s all communications tiJa MISS FANNlt DODD 917 MttrgareU St St Paul Minn I FOR OVJtfR SIXTY VARS- MsWxNsrows SOOTHING SYRUP ha been used for over bixty years by million of mothers for th1r bildrenfl teeth ngsrft pcftecT success It soothes the child softens the gums allays all pain curcawiud colic and is the best remedy for Diarrhoea It will relieve the poor little sufferer immediately Sold by druggists in every part of the world twentyfive celts a bottle Be sure end ask for Sirs Win owrfSoothing Syrup and take on other HALF RATES TO MDIL B 0 OS WACCOUNTI SOVEREIGN GRAND LO- DGEIQo = Ir Tickets will be sold for all Trains September 18th Wth and 20th to September 28th with GjRetnrning OF EXTENSION er 3rd 1903 3 3DAILDRAWINGROOM SLEEPERS and OBSERVATION CARS CU CUpPark ank Oakland Md For Bates Time of Trains Sleeping Car Reservations etc Call on your nearest Ticket I Agent or address OP McfJAWTY General Passenger Agent CiuclunBli O R S BIfy1 D pAlB osv f Uonisyille 5 XI II Central taw Scliflol f toUISVII E X OneofTheBst r LAW SCHOOLSx Al Of the Southoffers cxc tltipa u vVA07 at1vaiges to tljose desiring ak legal educfttiou JtoatrufctonI Irv atkgra4a9N ql the beet IA Scnopls qf tbp Country and vA6 inipng the leadiog lawyers af th J ndavllle tar P1 futths nformatlon nparqcS tmWlf r ij LL- c4AN1 lilt S1 1 11 L1iV I tfjXL41x- i i S Irt I rcr tt1 Jl 40 irI c 5 SHOPSON J jI IIj MerchantS Tatlorileaning and Repairing ueitly done called for nud delivered I Attentloll x I Ordec4fj EIGHTH STI 1 S ouiaviIIe lteJ1tuck I Home Phone 4088 ICi Jr I IT 13 THE CLOTHES THAI UKE TH1 MATv Masterson makes the Clothes 1 I ca ertogood dressers and quote thq very lowest price II Regulation Garments give BjpxUl Attutin Try OUr Regulation Trousers at 500 and iip Cleaning Dying and Repairing neatly done E I MAST RSONV S WT Oor West Walnut Sts f uisville Ky- BgWJl gSCTWig i04Aoc iSftUEaiMR MRIT GDHHBSBBOBIISBSSCaEBiff ABBI Get in the Hen erson Routs Habit11 i KentucWansl Official Route tfi the J f Worlds Fair City 1 Finest passenger service through St IO l8Ow iiftboro and 1jrnii ville to all pcints in the We I and SouilawiMt If there nre any licenced Rate 8 in effect on acccuiU of special occasions Home seekers or colonists Excursions wi have f liom ASK US FOR RATES From anywhora To Everywhere and ASK US FIRSTE Jr WOMACK GEO L GARRETT City AgentIILOUISVILLE 7s KENTUCKY I ESQUIRE WODSONv 1MCYCRATRRnd on short notice WORK CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED 6ENERALREPIRINOI Rocks andKeys Special kttentioa to Fitted Gas line Stoves GUARANTEED To BURN OR No PAY Prices on AU Kinds of Repair Work will be made Reasonable Home Phone 5965 =648 Center St Louisville Ky 4 Telephones 10 Wagons 10 Horses l 25 Push Wagons IYOur Ice Cream Must Be Good CUSCADENS 415417 2nd Louisville Ky In DR i S STONETlt- Vscian and SUrgepn 0 OFFICE UOUKSo iKSTDRNCF 642 LAURKL STREET Keside je 80 to 10 P M 7 to 8 A M fJ 80 to 200P M And at Night jSOlo730 6SB W Green St Up tii- d M Red Cross SRnitarlum 685 s Jxth StriTot Tel 2471 1 t eOWAD 11WIW Medical Departmeni I Includin UeUicalI Deot l and arjrnaccUtic j CoilgesII iaijjysixTH SESSION l 1QI rotwill bcin October 1 IJXXJt and coritiriue seven ti1 tndritps f DJY SI100L FOR NEW M11CULANTST- uition fen Medical nd JJeeUl Coliegei acbUO lt C tlc CoUei iTOooPI1f Fquf y t s traded i copus us icJQ n1DenLa J rJTYt SWcU cquIppd lboratorietn atilearunpas U h P1FI J1ct A I sidcst i ujbCgri rot I2I i i r 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J 13 N p 7 11 ticZ On rtk tSI w4iteS otlKjr rasorta Im 04 I lue beautiful Land of tiea Slgana uSa S = ttflIJ1 the d1tric f r tof Western NortharolI I Land of the SkP booklet t- I hsor flUtrted free i 1 on application 3 HbtS1 Q S DM jtb4 sIt at i 1f i j5 1 iL 4rex a SJ1 ut iJI t W It Jr oi t eaItit u 1a4dkr1 r I J tj wt ct L id t t jr 4 f v f 1r 2 I rt ji f f J tc B iJII Atl AUGJr 2iil j rrIF t r I1 i it4It1 r4Y I Me r rnI P t t l Jll 81 oj I t t 1 A St11tito r fy Gro t tr tI i il f I DAVID SPARES SAUL l t l I a i lt b I Same 26SIZj ZI25 tC1 r A Vt 4 1J Motto Text Love your ene 7 rotes ocod to them whicn hate Jqtr + youLuke 621IA1 1t iy from the wil 4returned wilderness 1 of Judah He was here near ton I Zipbi and the ZtPhunites betrayed his hiding place the hill Hachilah But David ICaew them too well I to trust himself to their power byre maittinfji ltqnR at one plice Before Saul could come and surround the hill he had retired further iuto the highlandsAnd arose and came tot the place where Sans hadpitched inDaveformed in regard to Sau s move somemenSaulelevationwas IVlneAbner the son of Ner was a reat warrior He was the t uncle pf Saul and commander of his army And Saul lay in the thetrrncnr wagon The Eastern armies when they camped tor the night placed around theirwagonstheir baggage In his hurryramparttemps as a Saul had marched without tents A spear was stuck in the ground b hisYP whereoetto look for Saul Allikcl the Hittitei The HittitesfomshedloraloDgtaeto one und of attack upon the Bir ble History knew nothing of such- a said therefore the- Bible race it was was wrong But excavations- the Hittites had a tfa fiatv- ery powerful ktagdom ltPalestine Zeruiab was Davids lister wasandr David asked- who Whent his nephew would go with him on his cani ttrip Abishat who also was brave to rashness was ready to go So David- thepropt and Abunai came to i inbencampthesurrounded by themeat which was That was always thewagons P- anathtpeople lace for the tent of the chiefI I Abner lay round a considered the I bout nimThey I wagons sufficient Rroand against any- wild beast that might be prowling I around and they did not dreadan attack from David and his SJIlal- lband 1 Therefore they had no need- of I ICntin How could evil befall- the 1 k1ng when the brave and faith- fns J Abner was near But nothing put innotprotect a man whom God does I 1 whom God guards I jure a man Thin said Abisha rod hath de I livered thint enemy into thine hand this day Even the rough w ir 1 rice recognized the sovereignty oi I GoJ To have killed Saul would I have been in accordance with the I usages of war God had indeed I men David an opportunity to kill I Saa1 and the temptation was great I Itwas a trial of Davids faith in 1 God and Gods promises and of obtdience to the law of God aI higher law than military usage I Will the time ever come when the armla of socalled Christian na 1 thins will put Gods Jaw first Alasl iin these days they not only fforget God but do not follow the laws of civilized warfare Abishai MJ Msures his uncleI there woold be o dafigerTn killing Saul because he 1bwoldpierce him with one stroke Jft s I ear and Saul would rn ke no ttOfs to awaken his sleeping ir iqf oicstd 11till Mm not for who cat w44 4L ltretrh 1s lilIJIItf oi1lsttle Hrtls aNerttfedand 6 fUillqsrl s l1I1 Qmad s trt life d tt oQJe 1I1ti1il trwl- u1 Jf hi Godr8 ia t r1iLhaw 11 IA tlaY b 11 rt 1F1r allq1i Jrfjf h rJJm I Her how mbhorent the killing Q t Saul was There is no thought ofr exultation that Sauls day wouldI copies David meant his life must be lleft to God to end in whatever of the ways he would probably die that God saw best The Lore forbid that I should stretch fort- my hI hand against the Lords anoint t4 ItFor by allowing Abishai tc act David would make hinlsel- as responsibly for the murder as iit he had done it himself Take now the spear that is at his bolster anvil cruse oj water and let us so A cruse of water tlorisnear a person couch as a draft iin the night time is fourid very refresh ing Sauls cruse would probably be of pgrior materials or more richly ornamented than common ones and therefore by its size and form I be easily distinguished Cambridge Bible A cruse was a small jug And no man saw it pv knew it neither awaken Jor they were all asleep A very vivid setting forth of the silence of their escape The reason is given in th following clause God had causedI them to sleep soundly Hence no man awoke to give the alarm AndI thus GoJ shieled Vivid iu his daring i venture and gave Saul another opportunity to repent of Us sinful dwire to murder David When David and AilsiI ha I reached a safe tlisuuccd uu ihe mountain top David diedout tolhI t Abner and woke up the sleeping camp The teacher should have the verses which are omittc dm th lesson read in order to keep the connection sinlledIreturn my son David There is no reason to doubt Sauls sincerity in making this confession of sin Face face as he had ben with death his feelings were touched by his escape and the magnamity of David But rtpentat1ceFeeling11 t remain unmoved David was his Titf iIh J1 criQuh 1 taken away from Saul the onlyII shadow tryingt J David was plotting to kill1 him The lolly of all sin is almost as great Especiallysthisas nessAnd tltekingsfctcliDavidit m self witnin Sauls reach as he had f done the I slifeer I I c to every man his righteousness and I I his faithfulness A sharp andC whohadrrighteousand faithful God had putD avidlyI to the test opportunity I stood the test and thus proved his I faithfulness to God whose anointed I he would not harm I David that God 1 protectI e lad sakebecause II Seeing clearly that God was with m j I momentthat II a I inSt him But notiipgt111etrusthimselL I To return good fpr evil is I great lesson here And another as II important is to beware of the reasoning 1 of Abishaj and I not to think tblngbeI ppportuni orderolirthe indications of Providence bu the Word of God Jr PREPARATION FOR NA ID lA- a t t s CONVENTION t 1 n1 J I H s0qnitrier- 1d42 Lol d4tJ lbiliIPl1ie l r Tothe neensy s etaPreel l + traa1Joi Jtkt Bulh ltft 1 f CoJ1 Mj- f rirp l t t iitiI r y fzm iNi 1ttt- t Oonv ention held at Birqalngham Al ir last Qepambar tilt Convention pill hold Lee 2trd annual session lit tbe olty of Philadelphia at the Holy Trinity Baptbt Ohur b September 16 21 inclu sive Tbo Bntortalnmant Committee Is now engaged in making ample arrangement +t for the entatnment of all messengers and visitors who will be in attendance at thibgreat Convention Everything happlfwhile in the arty U being carefully looked after BNTBBTAXNUBNT OF MBB8EKOBB8 The opmmlttee will eatertain all the duly accredited messengers of the Na Baptist Convention who come with proper credentials from their churches or some regular Baptist orcan IzatioDj bringing money for any of the obisotsof the work of the National Bttptist ouvetlm Please see to It that the church or organization from which you tome will give you creden tlals certifying that you are the regu elected messenger to the National tap else convention which will be accepted by the committee sa PvldrneM of thF fact that you are entitled to free ent i tiiunieut while In attendance upon ttu Convention Do not fail to bra= g Home money for some of the obj cta of the geeenttrlaluImrut All the roeasengerH please HOit their names at once to till Com mil fee on Knl rtainmeut at their htRdquartf rf 18p Lombard St Phila dlphia Pa 1JNTBKTAINMKNT OK VI ITOKS Tin O unuiiifM will nl8i souknut for Ofdih C uvMHion at Mhinali o ULMI thew H Hat tber md ter uu liar about + vig a p ace to atop and proper en erialnlueilt All who t xp otto attend tier Coiivetition will ki sly end their Euttrtxiylemeiii Mud thy will be asPlgueu locom rrhlJlep1act to top before arriving n ho oily ho that the inconvenience thai visitors generally nave o contend viiti will be r moved lJeaudbDd howesladIlte ear lu the oly of Pl Indtpbift 90000 colored people wno are genuroun and hospitable at the houses uf the membora of the Baptist churches of other denomination and tOt citizens In general will be open fur hot iu ftSl1- Ktr sad visitors to tbe NuicnH Bap tilt Go lrtbtlo t1Iuta oilIIt lat and Liua 7U1tth wS Rav G L P TALIAPKBO Chairman Ray E W Moore Secretary Alaeeiatteft1 JIeeWsgi Iii ken tacky ferlfttS First Districts 8 Convention Pembroke May il South District Association Lancaster June 17 Green River Valley S S Convention Central City June 18 Consolidated S 8 Convention Lexington June 25 Union District B SConvehtl jn Bowling Green June 25 I M 8 8S Convention Sturglfl June 25 Central District S S Convention x Carrolton June 25 Central District ABSoolation I Bardatown duly 9 t4R C V 8 S Convention Gaoey July 10I London District S S Convention Consolidated Association Cynthlana July 15- W Ky GV S 8 Convention Bethel Schoolhouse Hardwood Jul 18l Firet District sooiatlonrenton July 28 Green Blver S B Convention western Green Valley s8 Convention Howard Creek Association 28tne South DavlBtown July 23 Young Mens State Association New Liberty S 8 Convention Paytontown July Ui General Association Danville August 12 Liberty AssooUtlon3 AssootattontMt rleasant Iletriot Association Richmond Sept 8 fitt Calvary Dlstrio Assooiatiopi 8LAid D1asrlotAOQlatQ Irfal ville Sep t 8 LitttleR C Vo AUoc1Uoi lit Zion Callaway co Sept 87 Zion Association UnlooD1atrI iAnoclatlou ltcutk Union Sept 10 llbsrtT S 8 CpsvinHon r Tendon lbuBot Aettttliatlo ltt Altt apt1J flea arda Crk Jh Mai1tlon 4spl iroa l rt t Jf tt 1 C ltit f l n f f j to to 71 1 f t r 1 v Are I You t Sore t 1 I USE r r I III ParacampliT i ReliwES instantlyS- ore I I Feet Sore Muscles Rheumatism 1 Insect Stings Mosquito I Bites Chafing etc etc 25e SOc and 1 Boles IAnI e I I WONDERFUL DISCOVERY CnrlyHalr tfada StrtUkt ea Ieerie past eauaa wsaAanrr raus ORIGINAL OZONIZED OX HARROW toro rldtay 1aUeoytasieretnllTny itrwi rr r a M1 thew fvMytf preA TtrtVreftfe wii HtiW Ik dudrd114fEF1ej KrasJinfirirmfriNiTet tolls atee r ratitetor wMrssestaslIMtGIlaataU tsetse e se os aswaaa w iadaaaswiO ZBD0rt11ARR01y 7 wellula Arslw ting f I MISSOURI i PACIFIC RAILWAY Via ST LOUIS and KANSAS CITY to COLORADO UTAH and = the PACIFIC COAST DOUBLE DAILY SERVICE CAPE DINING CARS Meals ala Carte ELECTRIC LIGHTED TRAINS IRONj MOUNTAIN ROUTE vfci fiui Hisl ajet 10 HOT SPRINGS ARK And Points to TEXAS MEXICO and CALIFORNIA DOUBLE DAILY SERVICE DINING CARS Meals a la Carte ELECTRIC LIGHTED TRAINS Mr Furthir Infernatlon AdvenbUg Hattw etcAMdre- uR T G MATTHEWS TravPasa Agt Roost 202 Equitable Bldf LOUISVILLE KY IL C TOWNSEND o r a AGT ST LOUIS HOUSES AND LO- TSFORSAL I- IIin theWeat 4 Also In South Louisville ax PAY R1IT when you san lmy one of thetebeautifal Iptf m- Jt at fif wetk er t loon o- hoit 7991 own r iL4 1tS RJ i- Ir ti Ie 45Pays for prtfta afoul tectsrw MItt ut rota- rcitforoMttrss o Iy tfce Ourtcrly System is offer oirivalea ortiiities fir wh least retail teachlagpoftioltsas I hoed ud yet ItiMeellcl 1I = p rr rEIDPTTNEI E UMb NitM MnliSii CiteFI NT ya e laboratories titetheand Hospital wn tally MmriiI1 1L ataiNearly zco OcAdaato hoe f eeitie lJlUJof dattmrtitir Aeaeir continues througfiout atermsis dMded fatt tort student to credit for one yearsaP0 toy ewe tease stXM Il cf each Trrnj JUnyry April July and Octoberll tanaDI swalon fa diTided into two terms ol vthree maatlUaach Jearf a+ end For farther Jsforoatkm and Catalogue address 4 v I W A URNL DDeaa Leta1ad1 f I ISSi 100 rssavs 1 liII 2Ar 2 f I thiswooaa CoudJ1l How can the friendly plane M stow existing betwsn r the two races in the Booth mateUlos4 and strttQJttShould the ignorant and nonproperty holding Neira bo t i tVnstly dealt with in the ocnma of the oathf VI L jnJplt uplifting the rapt litofNegro time toachenY forthe Negro Uolfegu in the Souihtobc put Into the haaia lVII Will the educatIOn o the Ne a lV8the race prcbleaf = JVIII Dos the Northtrom tothe betteroppartaniththaathelloi 7 llivThe signs of a brighter future or the American 4 Amaricml k 8 Ortunltfesb NegrocXXXVII How to help the egro help himself iI f EVAfA the Bealt bIGM I races To thenegro it will otter an incentive to strive after higher ideals fand it will remind the white man that the hen celotioa el z the race problem is to recognize the Intellectual and arf 1 poHlblUOM his black brotherI aTWetleingtn i fmobpage angravtofs of tM100 Racr writers 1lOfl asap or disoaaetong on thirtyedvon vital topicspertaining to the race 11 Ifctjeotrace problem await it Age t8 never before made moseyiO fut Sales re rted trfive to twenty ccaplee t ti Iidopreezolttdve jubl1th8ll JI JWfj yb topostage 1J12 3Forsythw- I I 4 I LOOiSKlUE fUNERAL DIBECTOIf t aaIij rijI jttetIaa8 stit IpI 1fJn8 Ne trIIIbee tint Car Alaiy Meek of Collets Mi Cubttnd3+ t gal Supplies band An Elegent White Hearse f6rnaeInPpbecali sistert1 Ycmng People is now at youf command t 1 Calls answered Day and Night Panerat Car and Hades at left 4sMti than any other Firm in thesilty 7ry tits New11jm sad b- RClltk cxjnjrkoai VK kWallla itM r WM J SILKMAN M rI t I Il elf l AOHANOE IN A LIF1 rIM 1 OR respectablel colored peopleI to I pracare L homes II PMf 3- i FLfttStreets r division on We3t Broad Niy and 35th Street A beaatifai oi of ground containing 126 lots This prop fty fronts oft fcrjfssV way 416 ft and it runs north 1600 tfeet within 150 feet of CJipt I nut Street has an avenqe 80 fet wide running tCJa fllryl This suburb has all the advantage of city improvmeats fttlgas electrip light and sewer connections Broid vay will hsaved to Western Park and street cars will ran ItJ it tWffir EEK3MBBR TEBRB ARE ONLY 126 tOil in all and several1 of them have been ldI you with p tchased aome in as5UM2iVifiMl i Mit iM fJ ti coloredcoons and see us gt flo city taxes improvements cost you Nothing I Pe He MDOHALP 4 S0I4+ 237 FIFTH Sri v iiWi 1I I r LEXIN TOItS 8iliejIIt f a 7- l i fthrr1 urt qrt Attractions this aes ii41- 1m uf il a 7 1