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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 4 c f 7 I 41r f AMERICAN BAPTIST 01 X x v 140 47 LOUISVILLE KT FHIDAY NOVEMBER 13 1903 ESTABLISHED 187ft LIFE GRAY AND GOLD rBY K A Muinob Old and gray the Noveiubei skytLafleHs and bare the tars Tht wind sweeps by with a moaning IIipii Tin liver mirrois the leaden1 sky And the heart of nature grieves Dull and sad are our live Wt sigh Empty of till save pith Time wets when the glad years on joys wings sped And we trod lifes patb with si buoyant tread Oh 10 live those days UK iin 1 lhruughthr coM yray clouds shout ft golden light A glory on laud and sea Aud the heart of natuie erst full of night Was tilled with that plory 00 pure and bright tier saduesaa memory Through the woe iu our hearts in loving tone Malls a voice on the listening ear Through those piledup elouils wax the glory thruwn So eVr Sru tit lite1 Sill rUWH true joy has grown Sad heart diMiuUn thy tear Tim graycud Hie gull the sun und r shade I Art portuned love1 own hand And never shall s lallOW so Urrp br lait Hut through sent HII tinned vie ion the I soulI that hash prayed Shall deltoid the priiiiirtMi laud Th Baptist Iuion WOMENS WOhK I Iaiitt Lick was the next point visited I arriving at thin point IIU Siturduv eve nlliw Aug tiUth we were met at the Htaiiuu by bliss Amanda J Walker who took 11 Iin her buggy to bet beautiful aid iiinforl ibie Imiiif w CtP h r ruth r stud lumber wHrouml nn On 6 uI iluy morning we viitMi Sunday chool fniiud Bro Hairy Faulkner tiuiierin endem a tixual at his POHI of duty We WHTII inlrotfiTcedl before UiauiifiMOU and addressed the Sundaymiiool A collection of faOl wets given the fol lowing persons donating 25 cents each Brethren H B Keaslev John Walker Win Denney Misxes Amanda J Wal ker Htirau Caldwell pledges to the ainouut of 460 cents were taken for tile New Dormitory A society was organized with the folIo vu g juice 8 Misters Kozle Faulkner Besie Leave 1 1 and Mary Hanley Frewiient Amanda J Walker and Hattie Miller Secrets ries Mary Faulkner Treasurer Kvie Spellman Lizzie Leavoll ami Bessie Davis Members or the Boa d of Manr Ken There was no other service du jog the day at the clutch We spent a pleasant day hoping to get to Kirks vllle at night but were disappointedH Rev Thompson failed to receive news of our cowing Mouday afternoon we were off for Peytonlown here we found no out to meet us and no one seemed to know of our coming although we ha written a week before Ve inquired of the pas tar and deacons anti started to th hciue of Rev G L Campbell whom we aw coming down the road He did nut know of our coming and seem tl ii itubt of our having written them H WM t Cut to the i flee and called to the mail receiving ii the postal war k tohwu hew lour it lead been there He tent tuck us to hits home where his ttiniai le little wife received us kiadl nullI 1 Ire pared HH a very nice and enjoy i iili tnppir IIn the meantime Bro tn1 bell rode on his wheel hero andi IHieic 4iiiiiiincing a meeting fut us at 8 l in 011 time we reached the church r H I liftf ami appreciative audience tsreetrd u We addressed them a length pun the plant of our work are l t CIM veil for HHliie a c llekctiuu of J2UU the ioilowin named ptrtoiif donating tii ci is each Revs G L Campbell iiiil S M Wutifl Brethren Andrew Mnler Henry Ttvis and Beard Sherry Had Mrs liettie Warner At ui a ui T i day we ere oil for Richmond iu tIIIIuy with Rev G I Campbell1 und Rev G M M ore and daughter Mix u8sle and a host of others goln to the Paine point to attend the M Ilettae District AsBocia Lou We were entertained during our stay of three days at the inviting home of Rev T H Hioaddus where we always fell at howe with our dear little friend Mian Magi to a great favorite of Richmond people We attended the sessions of iiiie Association and Rev T H Broad dm the Moderator received ua fciudly and OL Thursday evening lu an impres viva and pointed manner introduced IIH to that august body of Christian workers We made a plea for our work after which a collection of 637 was glveu us Bro Larkiu Blythe jlOO I Bro SkiM 4r and sister An lit lh ohutt 4 K- PVS T H Kruadiiiii Eli ZaY BoMiller WD Thonip Ita Oeorjr Deatheridge Miss ikiftf d- wit R v C Emrey 25 teals New Liberty and joodloe Chapt were the next appointments Rev D C Francis pastor but owing to the AH saciatioii being in session and no loll iiiiuncement liaviiiK brew made we did not vinit those ehurclie On Sunday we visited the Utter Creek church of which Rev T H Harris is pastor He met us at Red House Station in his buggy and took us to the nome of dea con Hugeleys wher we were pleased to meet his most agneabe wife who pared no pains to make our stay pleasant At night we visited the church Ilistened to an instructive ser ruse by pastor Harris after which wo were introduced A collection of 300 was fiiveu for our wol k the following persons contributing brethren Samuel Chenault and Daniel1 Boone Mill r 5u tents each brethren Joseph Hill and David Oldham 26 teals each A socie ty way oiganizd with the following oilicers niuers Amelia Hugeley Hill and Mary Jackson MaglieII tau White and Ella Oldham S cretaries I Annie B ailey Treasurer Ainie lltta Oldham and Collie LaueII PISIXto aid in ttu work Mouday morning bidding all goodbye we were off for Win ester here we were met by a young lady Ur R T Hffman had sent to meet UH breaklasting at a ri s HU rant we were then tatttu to the home ofPwinter White one of the oldest resi dents of this city who owns some live I acres of of ground and as woes tenant bouce HHide from a jpaciou tenri om j bottle in which ehre residua within htones cast of the court hours aII we wet Dr aud Mrs D ney who add lJlghllwI of winch Rev Hrockman is the fithlul pastor They were lioldii g I ii leiidayr meeting in a tent We met a Bianll audience Rev Bigbee cnnducl ett devoliouals pattor HiocUman then introduced us in Inn usual eanieHt Nay W raceverla coilecliou1 ol 51 1C thold live charts Rev Brockm in has built a large chuich which has for yeam been yo much needed and ie getting along nicely with the payments thari ou He deserves rear praise for the work clone here Tuesday morning Rev Bigbee called and invited us to apeul the reaiainder oiI our stay a ith his family We ac ce ted the Invi alion and spent a most agreeable twodays with them At night we visited Broadway Baptist church Rev C P M Bigbee pastor here we met a email audi uce After devotional exercise led by Rev H UColeraue we were introduced A col let tillu of 202 was given us those con tri utiug 26 cents each were Revs C P M Bigbee aud H D Coleraue Bros d111 Bell O W Bates and C E Cole raue sisters O W Bates Kitty Vaughn sad H D Coleraue also 200 was pledged for our dormitory On Wed nesday night we visited the First Hap tilt church of which Dr R T Hoff man is past r Only a small number leaec n Win Taylor and introduced col 1 lection 1 76 was iveu for our work the Sundayschool giving 100 of that amount lhoue contributing 25 cents CUarlavrlun iui aud sister Annie Tuyliir1taur lulling stars were left to be tilled to assist in our work On Thursday 0yon hcnedule time fur L xiugton where we lope to do mucn good Iu His successi111 remain yours fur the work L 11 JACKSON I tSTATE MISSION WORKI State Mission Coutribiuiom JJOOBaresHrpkliisville Va 8tS S 300 L R S I V B W E Co vu HO EliZAbethtowu church 205 CULRCH EDIFICE CONTRIBUTION Louisville Be argntHB 110 Brues 1 00 P H KENNHOV Iiilssiouaryg KytFOR OVER SIXTY VRARS MRS WINSWWS SOOTHING SYRDP hati been used for over sixty years by millions of mothers for their children while teeth ing with perfect success It soothes th child softens the gums allays all pain cures wipd 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 twentyCve cents a bottle Be sure and ask for Mrs WmilowB Soothing Syrup anti take no other CONFERING HONORARYI DEGREESI I A recent communication appeared in his paper in which the statement was wade that a certaiu Baptist Sunday School Convention or Association had confered the degree of UI DI upon a very beloved brother The brother who was thus mistakenly and igno rantly honored is a dear personal friend of the editor of this paper He is a good man a useful minister of the iron pel and is well known in his State Nevertheless neither a Sunday School Convention nor an Association can confer the degree of D D upon any otc however much it would like to honor a favorite minister We also learn that an other good brother baa been honored by mistakenly receiving the degree of D D from a nurse tiaiuiug school Just think of it This is not the first time we have hoard of a Baptist issociation conferring the degree of D D upon a preacher We are pained to think that any of our people are to ignorant as to believe the degree can be so easily obtained The degree has been bo recklessly conter red by certain colleges rue by Negroes that it has resulted in to cheapening the honor as to lead any small crowd of ignorant Negroes to believe that they too can confer it Alas to what a depth this h uored title has fallen when a Negro baptist Asseciatiou and a nurse training school have umertak eti the I learned business of conferring Iit Our people are woefully ignorant ab to lthe power to confer honorary title aud we take occasion here to give a little information about It 1 he degree of D D iu a literary title and can only bt conferred by a char lei ed literarv Institution that has re ceiv d ouch power to confer degrees fi om the legislature of its tale he degree of D U can only be properly couferrod upon n man of experience whose life has neen eminently or con spicuously useful whose ability as a religious teacher is widely reoguize and whose training along literfry lines has at least been respectably To confer this degree upon wen who cannot spell some of the commonest English w rds who cauiot construct gram matically an ordinary sentence and who is profoundly Iignorant of theology is rediculoua to intelligent men We hpe our brethren wil not be ieceived in this matter and make themselves laughing stocks amoVig i i telligeut and sensible men Be it un derstood that the trustees only of a le gaily chartered literary institution that has received its power to con er lit lary and honorary degrees rrom the stste legislature can confer the degree of D D or any outer literary titleThere are some fraudulent socalled colleges or institutions that are making merchandise of honorary degrees They exist only to make dupes out of preachers who are hankering and dy ing after literary degrees that they do not deserve or cannot receive from any reputable institution of learning One II Bethany College of North Carolina used to grind out by the car load A Bs- A Ms and D Du The quid Bethany College cousisted of a wan his wile aud au tiier assistant The head of the school could not write a brier u tics without misspelling ordinary En gush words But he could confer hon orary degrees to anxious brethren al ways for a monetary consideration u Bethany College Is now no more and brethren no louger receive honor ary titles from that defunct old will But the successor of Bethany Col legj is now iu the State of Indiana There are one or two fake alleges or iiidtitutotis in that state that are teak lug merchandise tint of the feverhn anxiety of some Negro preachers to appear greater than they are by weal tug the title of It D W warn our brethren agaiuut the foolish wealing of a title that will make them ridiculous amuck intelligent men as soon as the discovery is made that it was oouferred by bogus iudtituiiona thai confer it only for money and never on account of real merit Intel ligeJt men will respect one far wore who never wears a degree thau to which he is 110 entitled No institution that values ita good name cau afford to confer literary degrees except upon wen who concedely deserves them Souh Car sties Standard KYFIt will no doubt I1e of great interest to the brethren to hear a word from the following places concerning the taptist interest and as I have bad the pleasure to visit them 1 beg spacu iu our paper for the following i I left Somerset Monday October 5th for Nicholaeville where Rev C C Go in+ is adding forth and dolug i great work for the Baptists From there I went to Lawrenreburg to visit Rev W J M Price in a two weeks financial meeting which was a great success and it will doubtless make those who are in terested in the work In this state glad to j know that Rev Price Is one among the most able pastors iu the state and I am pleased to know that the church in this place is In better condition now than it has been for many years These people love Rev Price if we are to judge from the many good things they brought him and his wife to make their hearts glad They shoo know bo to make it pleasant for visitors and pay them well for their service May God bless this pastor and peopleI Lawrenceburg for the Queen City of tho Mountains Somerset aud spent one day with my oxen people and then left for Parts Ky to visit Rev H B Webster D D in an eight nights finan cial meeting I arrived in Paris Mon day October i9th and found Dr Webster at the station awaiting me and we had a hearty handshaking for we were glad to see recd other He carried me to the b autiful parsonages on Sycamore street where mamma Webster was al prised of our presence and came with out stretch ed arms to great me as she use to do when I was but a lad in the city of Ncholasville and ofcnurso It goes with out flaying that with mamma and papa we wanted for nothing that would make iae happy while with them For eight night I preached as the spirit Rave me utterance and the Lord was J t with U1l Sunday was a great day andII we had a great time both spiritually andII QnancUlly I There were three clubs the Simpson j Joshua and the Green there clubs had I wurke only two nights each but with t great credit to themselves and cbrohII and after a day of spiritual feasting and mouey gathering the church announced ii collection of atli8 73 which amount lift tbo church out of debt pnt jso 00 in the pasturs pocket and 33 al in bank So by this report yon may know that DrI Webster is doing great things in P ris with credit to himself and honor to the dennicJ option May the Lord continue to bless this great and good man Rev H Nutter offered his resignation as pastor of the Zion Baptist church amid the sobs and tears of congregation Rev Nutter is an able man abd has doue a great work In Paris buildings ohmich that iis a credit to our denomination an4 ve dont know where Kev Nutter willI go but any church may consider herself blessed to have such a man as pastor Monday October 26th I left Paris for Louisville taking with me my neloe who entered our school I found Dr Puree well and in his usual good humor met a tins lot of students all seemed to be filled with the enthusiasm necessary to ac complish their various aims in life May God continue to bless our work in all parts of the state W H WIUIAHB GREAT MEETING AT EMINENCE October the 26th 1908 was a great day iu the Eminence Colored Baptist church It was the reopening aud rededica tion of the house I call it rfdedication because I suppose the foundation had been dedicated before The sumo was pi taohed by the writer all seemed pleased with the effort They had torn the house down and built it again It is a very beauty ul edirice I do no know of any church building in a wall town in this district thai is more attractive than this one They have doue a neat piece of work there and I taluk that RevWiuiow and his peopled lJerve encouragement for their suc cess They are working now had to I pay off all their indebtedness on the house and pastor Wiuiow and ofticeis I tilk with assurance that they have e erything under co troll to the extent that uu one used entertain any Lea about loosing the property 1 rejoice to hear them upeait so confidentially as to their ability to meet their demands I financially For 1 am in favor ofI regardIIttll1 I course uoin spirit to try to burden say one el that is trying to do a goou work ratnei encourage them than to attempt to do anything to impede th1r pro guess in u laudable enterprise 1 must say that the brethren and sisters of the cnurch seemed to be highly elated and outhUHiAstio over the work that they have accomplished in so short a tim There were several members wale a female that expressed themselves Sunday night which sho A ed their high appreciation of Dr WlnroW as a great leader I did not get all of their names t Rev Murphy was the first he is iu the I work aud Iis determiaed to stand byIII the pastor end chinch and In his re marks feelingly gave some good advice and amongtheThomas Kemp Ir ati8 and Henderson made appropriate addresses and spoke in a feeling and becoming strain of what has been dolts and looked forward to a greater time in the future since tbey bad surmounted some very Nervy opposition There were a few sisters I that had something to say I din not get all of their names yet one sister I noticed invited all the dear brethren and sisters to return to their allegiance and all have peace- I must say they they turned out nice ly and taking all things in consideration did well in collecting money for it bad not been very long since they had had a rally The members claim the Lord tJOB Dr Ward away to put him in a heavier field because of his experience and ability and sent the Rev J B Winnow to lead them in his stead and that the pastor and wife have both shown themselves equal to the great task and they say of them that they are socia le genuine and pleasant to all ForI these qualities they are under obliga tion to love them and help them in their sacred work that God has laid upon them to do 80 they gave him help in the basket acd in the storehouse abundantly I hope the sweet relation that seems to exist may con tinue We all admit that the pastor an sister Wiurow are two well mated companions with four sweet little ofIWinrow ii a careful man and minister of the gospel It- emsse to me that his disposition is to abnse none but try to win all for his Lord and Master As to his scholarly ability that is not and cannot be questioned or doubted Though a young man and a young minister he is cer tainly strong clear and able in the Holy Scriptures and catf interest any intelligent audience as a public speaker May God bless his labors with abun dant success D A GA DIE Louisville Ky UNIVERSITY NOTES S U Rah rah rah rah 8 U Rab rah rah rah Hurrah Hurrah State University rah rah rail zozR- ev J B Anderson preached an excellent sermon at Berean Sunday night Revs Keeton LilJard and W B Hall and wife were nleasant callers at th building Mrs Puree and the children have returned from the Country The reception Friday night was a very pleasant occasion The University Team entertained the High Schcol Team All expressed themselves as being well pleasedIn speeches Friday night at the social the young men expressed themselves as determined to make the Nov 2Mb Rally one of the grandest in the history of the school The team in preparing for a doubt header on Thanksgiving Day Then a grand reception on that night hvery one comes in admiring the buildingte tbey say they see the New Building erected by the ladies Mrs Steinmetz Is creating much inter eat and enthusiasm iu the study of the Life of Jesus Mr Carmm presided with dignity Friday uiffht in the absence of President Hammouds Isvchurch worn at West Baden lad is iin oudhiourRv M M Porter at Mitchell hai beautified his church inside aud our clear of debt He and his good people are Going a grand work of which they ought lobe proud God has blessed theta IRtt Lillurd rr ports a glorious suocess ois work at Gatz and Monterey He is HarrodsburgIThe youig ladles attended Fifth Street church last Suuday Pr Pure Is invited to deliver an ad dress iu Indiana Nov 3010 Mama H C Logan and Carlos Whi pigece tart Saturday afternoon ndThe goonod practice now The clear in Physiology Is doing some extra good work under Dr F B Haw trine Profs Brown and Haulabury art put 2 6Caf ting some extra touches on their clauses touches learned while pursuing the Sum mer coureea at Chicago University We wish ws could pay such salaries that some of our teachers could take post graduate courses in Germany The chapel was male to echo and re yellledmorning after Steinmetzs 10f caus10fa Hammonds made the presentation speech iu his own characteristic way He was at his best and the audience was with him Tie Doctor accepted the token of respect with much feeling and expressed his warmest sympathy These pictures will decorated the chapel wall Mr J K Neighbors and his little daugbtel wore pleasant visitors Monday EveningMrs Hattie Wrenn and infant weru pleasant sabers Sunday evening Miss Lulu Brown spent half of Sunday with ua The young ladles went wild over her short stay Her pleasantness makes her loved by all All were glad ti se M Jar Grigsby Sunday He loons well and his class matts of years gone by want him to come iu school again but it seems as if be is content iu Indiana Rev Emmanuel Jones brought a bas ket of persimmons with him for the young ladies when he retailed from his church Monday morning He has the thanks of the matron and the young la diesSeveral students are suffering from their vaccination The Rally Novsmber 25th should be observed by every church Sunday school University Society and friend of tbd Institution Let all friends h Ip THE PRESIDENTS THANKSGIVING PROCLAMATION By the President of the United States of America fA PROCLAMATION The season is at hand whet according to the custom of our people it tulle on the President to appoint a day of praise anti thanksgiving to God During the last year the Lord has dealt bountifully with us giving ua peace at home aud abroad and the shoots of our citizens to work for their welfare unhindered by war faw ime or plague rejoiceegreatly because of what has been given us but to accept it with a solemn neuse responsibility realizing that under 3even it rests with us ourselves to show that we are worthy to use aright what has thus been intrusted to our care MUST NOT VAlI In no other place and at no other time has the experiment of govern ment of the people by the people and for the people been tried on so vast a scale as here in our own country In the opening years of the twentieth cenlury Failure would not only b9a dread ful tling for all mankind for it would mean loss of hope for all who believe iu the power and the righteousness of libertyTherefore in thanking God for the mercies extruded to UH in the pxet we beseech Him that He rosy not with hold them in the future aud that our hearts may bo roused to war steadfast ly for good and against bit the forces of evil public and private FOR STRKNOTH AND LlHtf We pray for strength and light to that in the coming years we may with cleanliness fearlessness and wisdom do oui allotted work on the earth fin such manner as to show thatwe are not altogether uuworthy of the Mesrings we have received Now therefore I Theodore Ro ne volt resident of the United States do hereby designate an a day of general thanksgiving Thursday the twenty sixth of Novtmt er ana d recommend that throughout the land people cease from their wonted occupations and in their several homes and place of wur ship render thanks unto A mighty God for his manifold meicies tsiii witness whereof I Laud hereun to set my head and oau td the seal o the United States to be affixed THBODOIIBROOSVKLT U BELLSSttil Alloy Chirch uut School Bells VScid tat Caulogus Tk ctL BFTT Cigillalw e l j = J f1 I AMERICAN IJAPTIS FltlDAt+ IfOVE1bfflEi 1J tOO It AMERICAN BAPTIST KSTAUUSHKD 1879 PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY OFF C 710 KIFTH Sr LOUISVILLE Kv SlDR tr 4R YKAX in advance 125 ts MONTHSII 75 VHRKU MONTHS Ie 40 I0ON3 COPY FREB t One yar to ay one whs win send ma five name U 1043 The dots ca the label of lOG paper shows tr what me you kave paid It ssres both aiR reeeivt and- request for payment If proper credit baa not been pea within two or Ares weeks from time of payment notify us AK dry us promptly of say chante in Post Deb e 01 Vjdret to that there sty be s o mr or dala- rtortn u oC paper FRIDAY XOVKMBKR 13 1903 ThU paper fa regularly mailed J II subscribers until adefluif rder to dlacontinue is received Kid tile subscription paid I loll to the time the order IH YeIIe + + rALUHADY the question ofrestrict ed suffrage has been raised in this state and there is but little doub- that it will be considered and some measure adopted at the coming ses sion of the Legislature Kentucky has always provided in its constitution for unrestricted suffrage and i is hardly possible to secure an amendment to the constitution thant instrument at an early date but th Legislature may in adopting amend ments to the Election laws pass some measures that will to some degree restrict suffrage Whether this can be done simply to reac colored men remains to be seen be cause the claim ot eliminating the ignorant from the exercise of suffrage will reach many more than colored voters The ignorant white man in every state where restricted1 suffrage has been adopted has suf fered and it is only by the use n- gra t I dfather and understanding clauses and other subtefuges that many more who are just as ignorant as their colored neighbors have no met the same fate The intelligentt Negro has not objected to measur es that have been adopted for th peoplband he recognizes that the ignorant and vicious are not the elenent that should control public affairs but h insists that an ignorant and vicious white man is no more competent to control than is a vicious and ignor ant black man nnder exactly the same conditions Massachusett- and other Northern states have restricted suffrage but that suffrage iis basedabsolutely upon condition an I not upon color uid for that reason it is just and equitable and whe Kentucky is ready to adopt such law it will find the intelligent in dustrious and law abiding colored1 citizen standing ready to accept i without a murmur when it does not discriminate against one class of its citizens and in favor of another and its provisions impartially and hon estly enforced IF evtr there was a time when a party should contest an election iin this city that time is now for never were greater outrages perpretrate- against decency honesty law and order than was done in the recent election in this city The election in many cases was a mere farce and the result was not the honest expression of the people and with deep regret we are forced to admit that colored men were the dupes and tools of vicious white men iin this great wrong against society Colored men who did not register themselves and consequently were not voters were taken from poll to poll under surveillance and protec tion like so many cattle and voted in the name of both illegal and legal1 voters A party that could make allies of thugs gamblers andcrap shooters for such a purpose and un der such circumstances should never say a word about disfranchising the Negro for in this case as in nearly every case of wrongdoing they are either following the example or the instruction cf some white men who use them to enrich their pockets or JII extend or prolong their power The good of our city and the good of our people demand that this matter be sifted to the bottom and that the guilty be punished Every good citizen should give his moral and financial support to the Republican Campaign Committee in this good work THE next denominational day in Kentucky will be Educational Day whichoccurs on Nov 25 the anni ver slry of the opening of Stale University This day has been es tiblished by the General Associa tl in for the purpose of raising the money to conduct its educational work also to commemorate the anniversary of the opening of State University The day has been successfully observed for several years and it has given a new impetus to the work The money raised is al ways needed and indeed the man uponrarathese offerings to meet obligations which are arranged for payment at these stated tunes They are ur gent this year and it is hoped that every church Sunday School and willtarrange to make an offering at that time be it ever so small Dont make the mistake of not sending a donation because you are not able dotbut do the best you can and in this way help the work and set a good example for others Every denomi amplyesupported if the habit of giving at the specified time was adopted by our churches and every cent possible raised at that time and forward personhTHiS is the season of the year when we usually make our best ef forts to enlarge our subscription list and when we look to our friends for their best help Our paper is now lies ring the close of its twenty fifthvolume and for nearly a quar ter of a century it has stood as the defender of the principles of our great denomination and the rights listt in all these years has been steadily increasing but it is far from being toedee cided to give the paper free for No vember and December to those subscriptionsedirectly to this office In othe werwill send the paper until Jan i 1905 Sample papers are being osf friends and the reception of the paper is an invitation to become a arde subscribers may help us by calling sayingna TFaTilE election in the Eleventh thte late Congressman Vincent Boreing took place last Tnesday and both candidate Hunter and Edwards claim to be elected by a small majority j Both are Republicans and aside from the division in the party it wi 1 make little difference which one is elected The matter will be taken into Congress by a certaindwhich will be successful A Grand Meeting Closed We have closed a two weeks meeting which has stirred our church and community as it had never been for many years Rev I J M Caldwell of Smithfield con ducted our meeting He preached the gospel with such power that iit found its way to the Catholic ranks I and some of them were converted i I and baptized One of the old citi zens of Bardstown was cor verted 87 years of age Rev Caldwell willl long live in the hearts of these people The result was sixteen adds tions to the church Sunday Oct 25 in the presence of a great throng t j we baptized ten happy souls Ourjj church is greatly revived Pray for j our successH At KEETONII Bardstown Ky rNEWS AND NOTES I I I pastoriugGhent Ky where he may be ad dressed hereafter Congress assembled in special session last Monday Aon Jos G Cannon of Illinois was elects d Tpeaker as was expected l CentralI lia Ill has been tendered call to the pastorate of the Zion Bapti t Church Springfield Ill He will I probably accept Rev S W R Coles pastor of theliD Ave Baptist Church Galveston Tex and a member of the I Foreign Mission Ihoardof the Na tional Baptist Convention diedst I his home in that city last Monday Rev H N Jeter of Newport R Ihs an interesting family every member of which is a musician This family will give a concert in Mt Glivet Baptist Church New York City next Thursdayevening If you standaround and wait to to be told what to do and how to do it you will always find some one occupying the place you want yourselLIThh every time is never a valuable em ploye Industrial School Gem Rev H Nutter who has just resigned the pastorate ol the Zion Baptist Chuch Paris Ky to accept a call to the First Baptist Church Newport Ky has also been tender ed a unanimous call to the pastorate of the First Baptist C hurch Maysville Ky It is thought hewilll accept the call to Newport A life insurance company has been organized in Raleigh N C to be known as the Carolina Mutual Life Insurance Co of which Prof H E Hagans is President Hon J C Dancy vice president D T Vat son secretory and Dr J E Shep herd treasurer 1orrstate that a number of colored men who went to Africa to experiment in raising cotton have retured to to this country thoroughly convin Bed that it is impracticable unde- xistinge circumstances They also discourage emigration to Liberia The Board of Education of New York City will continue the course iif Sunday evening lectures in the schools of that city with the view of implanting in newly arrived im migants a love of country The lectures are delivered inYiddish and Italian and will protray largely the duties of an American citizens An editor of a religious paper ask the question Do our readers moteyThen he proceeds to ans- weitWe keep most of our money in the pockets of our subscribers We wonder what porportion o the money belonging to our religions papers is due them from sub scribersWestern Recorder nnllnecessary cap him in the race of life for there I is a little if any danger of of hi sII surpassing anypne Iton the other hand his inferiority be that of I hiIsII progress may temporarily t not permanently preventedS- W Christian Advocate I The call for educated Negro men who have made a special study of theoretical and practical Agriculture is more pressing than the supply The demand for such men comes from all parts of the United States md from several foreign countries The Agricultural Department of the common school or college courses We hope that a large number of such persons will enter this department at Tuskegee this fall For information f as to expenses etc apply VashingtonTuskegee t a A Good Work Donei Please give me a space iu Iiv your widely circulated paper to state to you the work of my five monthsIstay in this field The graciously olessd us financily When JunelastsomeIwhatof the recent removal of the old deacons and a new set put in their places There was much clamor ing among the members andwith prayer for devine guidance we fi nally decided to ask the church to restore to office the former deacons Seeing and believing that would re move the differences and unite all the VFatVersaillesThisbetter the congregation iiis largely aug mented bv reason of said act Cor respondingly a more healthy and fi nancial condition hen e we form edit plan for a grand rallyI irch took place on Sunday Nov 8th and 25773Thissucceeded money weI had previously collected freed the church of every collar of indebted ness thus the tvinbeburlt of i the new church which will tike some time in 1tune God being xtl 1cllgImgerinJcaused a feeling of reliefand great rejoicing on the part of the mem bers During the five months I have pastored we have collected 562 73 What do you think off lthatt Oh well it rimylotdebts and win souls for rell1tlVeII makes me think of Zion at Gi urge SpurceSlat VintingtunNLynchburg Va I tee however happy because I am at home in Old Kentucky At the General Association at Danville Rev VV E Glover of the First kta Yinvited ntval meeting On Oct 21st I left I home by way of the Southern R i ofrd I friends on the street I had the happy privilege to hear the honored Mr Shaw the Secty of the Treas ury make a speech in Music Hall and it was a masterpiece At 950 foriPaducahmorning oclock was carried by conveyance to Rev Glovers res triune kindlyThursday J on the enemy and from that tim I on for twelve days God blessed us I with many happy conversions fivesI or more by letter and watchcare Revnbasrt regulated and financial Sunday schools in the state The Elder Butfsay what does it all mean be isIi building himself fine house l He seems to live in the hears of the peodle of Paducah black and white I never labored for a churchand pastor with greater satisfaction inI all my ministerial life They paidjj me well yes fine andasked me backat any time Dr Glover youI shall have one of the best homes in Winchestar at the meeting nextI August In conclusion the churches and pastors here are all doing well Pray for us I am yours in the faith R T HUFFMANI I Winchester Ky ItJI Itj Jiiioi iu i nrw cs srurulrn powui trili4ii unknown to olhrr ntm 1111int Curt IHIP moot ntta Ulmr Utopivinff ftmIIiliation rr 11icOro it 11p1t UUiir till of tlinviuklrlVbilltrftiul U e Jn ts k4 11111 hwnrl I d 1nasw eLu wutwl wrJa 1 t1austr+ V PEOPLE AND PLEASANT EVENTS The Ladies Sewiug Circle will have its Annu 1 Thanksgiving Dinner and entertainment at the Odd Fellows Hall for the benefit of the orphans They ask and deserve a liberalnatrc nage Miss Aallie Bybee and Mr Coleman Leaeford were united in hyRevret idenca No 1 1 18 W Oak St They are at home to friends 19WRev H A Keeton of Bardstown Ky was in the city en route toI Elizabethtown Cy to assist Rev w H Wood in a meeting Rev C H Clark D Dof Nash ville Tenu was in the city this week enroute to Danville Ky Drs J H Fiubutler C W Snyder and V S Adams have genes to Nashville to attend the National Conventu n of Physicians and- S urgeonsII Revs P H Kennedy D DI VIHamptontral District were in the city flri weekRev t D A Gaddie D D has gone to Vincennes Ind to visit his daughter Mrs R L Anthony Mr Louis F T Steele of George town Ky is in the city for a few weeksDr Little Dentist Fifth tS Walnut Sts offers special low prices until Thanksgiving Thieves looted the residence off Rector T J Brown of the Church of Our Merciful Savior last Monday afternoon while he was in his study at the church His los iuooofTHE CHURCHES The Ninth St Baptist Church willcelebrate its i8th anniversary with appronriate services next Sun day Members and friends of the congregation are urged to attend the services The ordinance of the Lords Supper will be administered at the Centennial Beargrass ane Calvary Baptist Church next Sunday after oon Revival meetings at Knox Pre byterian Church Nov i sth to th 27th Preaching daily by Rev Henry A Gibson commencing Monday eve Nov 16th Rev Gibson is pastor of the Ninth Presbyterian Church of Indianapolis lndand has had long experience in conducting Revival meetigs Everybody is invited The revival at Fifth St church continues with preaching every evaning by Rev J B Anderson hies closing sermon next Wednesday eveniug I IJ A Missionary Mass Meeting will be held at Green St church nex Monday evening under the auspices of the Executive Board of the i Womens Auxiliary to the National Baptist ConventionI I I The final rally of this year for the Old Folks Home and known f as the roof rt fly will be held at the I Zion Baptist Church Sunday Nov 22nd at 3 p m The effort is for the purpose of putting a much need ed tin roof on the home and is un der the management ot Miss Nellie L Frye and J L Washington let every body have a part In the final effort The choir andchurCh will make it pleasant for everybody come prepared to contribute large I ly as the safety otI the home de peuds much upon the roof TF SCHOOL NOTES IIt I The arrangements for the session off the State Teachers Association in this city during the Holidays are progressing nicely At the Western School this week Miss Nettie Montgomery is substi r toting for Miss M A CrutchJicid anti Miss MissFrancesMissjeanette Steward substituted at the Main VcekfottheEasterns Martha Hardin The School I lastTuesday rAand Dr J W Galvin Vice President TheI acctsin tillt rters Cent r and Walnut streets Wednesday afternoon I I I Y M C A NOTES The men who sold their votes robbed the ballot box anti assaulted their fel ow men last week were not members or the 111 C A A cld memberhip ollrboyThe Iecltlly ofJacobtheMens crst rowful Yuung Man Sunday at na pastorssermons to the young men MembershipRallyI smemberhipmonths for One Dollar Enters The New Ed Ee AnchorageKyyears but itssbuilding sufficiently to use it until now Our new building jis 21x35 and up to this time it Ins cost us about 485 oo of whichsum we have paid at Jeist one half Our opening exercises took place IttSunday at which time our faithful pastor was assisted by Revs G W Hampton our former pastor who is now Missionary for the Central District J W Lewis and J V Million Our people enjoyed the excellent sermons of these distin guished brethren and collected 20 10 We hope to complete the edifice by next spring at which time we will hold our dedicatory andsReveG W Floy our pastor has done a good work here and deserves to be encouragedLUCY DICKERSONChurch Anchorage Ky I believe that England conquers by force and retains territory by al truism and it may eventually tmn out to be so in South Africa In t only after passion and prejudice have diedawaya long and weary process The war could have been avoidedand was therefore a crime The attitude of the Churches during tthe crisis will put back Christianity twenty yearsJohn Clifford 4tTHE GREAT HAIR TONIC For Ssle At Peoples Drug Store 12th and Chestnut sta AND Our Drug Store Jakou and Laurel si Ch No W Wart iDerAt Agent 42 E MHhimi Louisville Ky AMERICAN BAPTIATi1RIDAY NOVEMBER 3 1908 1rI foooands Have Kidney Trouble and Dont Know it Bow To Find Ont Fill a bottle or common glass with your teeter and let it stand twentyfour hours a or set the condi kid an it stains I IsedimentI it is of kid 1i too 1 desire toII pain inI1 Inc back h alsoII convincing proof that the kidneys and bladIder are out of orderWhat to Do There Is comfort in the knowledge so 1 SwampRootewrywttheback t of the urinary passags It corrects inabi ity passingIt J wine or beer and overcomes that unpleasant necessity of being compelled to go often during the day and to get up many times during the night The mild and the extra ordinary effect of Swamp Root Is soon realized It stands the highest for its won derful cures of the most distressing cases If you nerd a medicine you should have the best Sold by druggists inSOc andl sizes You may have a sample bottle of this wonderful dlsc veryJand a book that tellsNmore about it both sentnabsolutely free by mall r r SwampRootCoMoo reading this generous offer In this paper Dont make an mistake but remem j her the name Sw uiipRoot Dr Kilmers 3vn mpRoot andl ae address Bingham IIin too N Y on every Uottlc Go To TH- EPEOPLES DRUG CO t lath and CHESTNUT FOR PURE DRUGS AND Best CHEMICALStitU J Home maae Ice Cream Prescriptions accurately filled and promptly delivered to al parts of the city ORDERSi i TAKEN BY PHONE LlilTtFS to1isteredi and MONEY ORDERS issued at our Postal Station Our laundry does ist class workt Phone 5044 ORDERS TAKEN BY MAIL SIW JORDAN SONS I44 W Wah t LOUISVILLE JLFNTUCKY Manufacturers of t rinds of Fancy Creams ad Ices Rxcellent Soda with Fruit Syrups For Prices aud Quality Excelled By NoneT- ELEPHONE 3406Y Wm Watson DERTAKEREMBALMER H W Cup CHESTNUT AND 10 STS Punishes Coffins Cases Shrouds FuneralsaQt up- ra11SFAGION i t services Reasonable term GUARANTEED Hoi uc Phone 54 Residence 528 EJacob St Or W fl Pickett fliVSICIAN AND SURGEON Hkl It HOURS SUNDAY c a in to II a in 10 to 111 m s u m to 3 p m 7t08 p m tt p to 9 p m 42 PRESTON ST LOUISVILLE KY J R NEIGHBORS The Elite nh Biographer KnUuvng Butt usand Framing Specialty HOME PHONE 49U s W Walnut St LOUIKVILLK Kv Miltons Gate 15 W BROADWAY LOIISVILLEKY gals at all Hours Best Service at the most Reason able Rates mi US A TRIAL K Nand I I NOTES Rah Rah HurrahII Whats the matter with N 1 C Shes all ri htII Rah Rah Rah Hurrah 1111 Miss Alice Brownlow of Mobile Ala sister of Mrs W H Parker is here lor the session Miss Brown I low is very musical and will be ofIt much assistance to Miss Brooks i itt I Mrs Lizzie Johnson of Paducah t insLItoI i the Primary grades Miss Mary E Buckner arid Niiss Lillie Johnson are on the sick list 1 Miss Mamie L Brooks of padnII cah Ky our music teacher is making quite a reputation at her iII profession Besides being an ac ij complished music teacher Miss Brooks taught with success MrFIj W H Parkers classes in mathe matics last week Mrs W H Parker was on the i sick list last week but is at her post again to the delight of the classes mathematics and grammar I Thanksgiving day is to be a gala I day An Industrial Congress will be held and topics of interest to all will be discussed i rof Vhlte of Richmond will be one of the speakersStudents I have found out that theII rules of the school will be rigidly enforced Our school must be on the highest order and this cannot be without perfect discipline Obedience is our watchword Pres Parker on I Be strong and of a good courage and on Your i Duty to God and your Fellowmen have been sources of much inspiration to the stu lents and the citizens of Beattyville CITY MINISTERS AND DEACONS CONFERENCE This body met Monday morning at Green Street church Members present Revs Craighend Lewis Bates Perdue Gaddie Mitchell Bowen Embry Parrish Mitchem Merrifield Vatson E W ReedI Offutt Russell Jacobs Butler McI Clellan Johnson Reynolds Keeton Coleman Marrs Hines CaldwdlI Brents Mack Richardson Hiuh tower and Fran- kBrethrenGore Weber Wilsou Riddle Generals Bro J R Riddles presided and Brethren Weber and Watson con ducted devotional services REPORTS AntiochS S 35 collection 58c pastor preached 3 restored collec tion 151- 5BenedlctionS S 20 collection uc pastor preached collection 850Cable St SS23 collection 33 pastor preached collection 790 Calvary SSi05 collection 285 pastor Preaches i for baptism col lection 4162- EmmanuelS S 84 collection 91 c pastor preached 15494 Good ShepherdPastor preach ed collection123 Green Castle S S 36collection 35 pastor preached i by baptism collection 755 Green StS S 96 collection 334 pastor preached collection 9000 Lampton StS S 95 collection I andSi under watchcarecollection 32696 I RevlyI I Mt OliveS S 42 collection1 ji l 100 pastor preached i for bap tism and one restored collection 21 1- 5PortlandS I 840 collection 65 pastor preached collection 1000 Rose Hill Pastor preached col lection 710- Virginia AveS 830 collection 37 c pastor preached Five forI baptism collection 715 LionS 90 collection 200 pastor preached one by baptism and one under watchcare collection 2600 Mt EaglePastor preachedcol lection 735 La GrangeS S 17 collection 45 cts Rev B J Hints preached collection 5 oo- BethelRevs J WLewis 1 W Million and G W Hampton preached collection 20I0 J Harrods CreekSoS 18 collec ioIE 15 pastor preached co llec tion8 5- 5SmithfieldS S 25 collection 28 Rev S Smith preachedone restored collection 750 Howards ChapelSoS 25 collection 25 pastor and Bro Jones preached collection 300 Indiana AyeS Si7 collection 8 cts pastor preached collection 790Ninth StS S 36 collection 70 pastor preached one by baptism collection 2840 Bland StS S 18 collection SI pastor preached collection 3400 The balance of the session was consumed in transacting routine business when the benediction was pronounced by Rev S Smith A Revival at Lafayette Ky We have just held a revival meet ing at Lafayette I was met at the railroad station Herndon Ky by Rev Wm Morton and carried to Bro Albert Dillardsand from thereto the church We pitched battle against Satan which lasted for ten days Two persons were added t the church We had a good meeting and if the church had gone t workas it ttuld have done w would have mid great success and many souls would have been added God hasten the time when Baptists will stop fighting among themsel ves and fight the common enemy I Lafayette is a good point and the I Baptists could if they would take the town and surroundiig country I for Christ Christ said Go in the vineyards and work but some of the Baptists seem to have misun derstood him so they went in to quarrel fight and sit down The harvest is plenteous but the labor ers are few The church gave me for my services 1000 1 was royally cared for while there by Bro Louis j i Ledfordand wife sister LEDow I nel and many others too numerou- o i mention I pray Gods blessing I upon Rev Mortons efforts for good in his field of labor and I trust tha the Baptists of Lafayette will rally around their worthy pastor and holdup his arms while he declares unto them the whole counsel of God S J LEAVELL The Baptist Ministers Br nef- f Association Organized I J I In compliance with the order ofr the National Baptist Convention Philaidelphiaj I I ters Benefit Association In accordance with the plans asset fair hI recommelldan I tion I have the rnnor to announce I to the Ministerial Brotherhood that the Board of Managers of thc Na AsIIsociation has been duly organized I and incorporated with Rev C BII Brown presidentRev D SShaddI I vice president Rev G W Lowe Recording Secretary Rev MProf I fitt Treasurer The Preparatory work is progressing nicely and the indications are that this new De partment of the National Baptist Convention will prove a blessing t- I to the 16000 ordained mictersi in the United States A Constitution andJ a code of bylaws together with the books and Certificate of Member ship are in course of preparation11S and the Corresponding Secretarys office to whom communication with the Benefit Department should be addressed Box 174 Helena Arkansas will be open and ready for business about Dec i 1903 I Very RespectfullyM Corresponding Secretary Helena Ark S HOPSON Merchant TailorClea- ning I and Repairing ue itly done called for and delivered Special Attention to Ladies Work and Out of Towu Orders x All new work Pressed Free of Charge 632 EIGHTH ST Louisville9 Kentucky Home Phone 4088 IT 13 THE CLOTHES THAT MAKE THE MAN Masterson makes the Clothes I cater to good dressers and quote the very lowest price Regulation Garments given Especial Attention Try our Regulation Trousers at 500 and up Cleaning Dying and Repairing neatly done E II MASTERSON 1 S W Oor West Walnut Sts I uisYIlie Ky fc iEST V ia ILk r1etin the Henderson Route Habit Kentuckians Official Route toihe Worlds Fair City Fines I Illl IT service through St 1 outs Ow + DHboro a id 3 lailKYille all points in the Went and Southwest If there are any Itedneed Rates in effect on account of special occasions Home seekers or Colonists Excursions we have them 0ASKUSFOR RATES 0Fromanywhere Everywhereeand ASK US FIRSTE M WOMACK GEO L GARRETT City Passenger Agent Traveling Passenger Agent I J IKW1N GeiiI Passenger Agent LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY EUREKA RESTAURANT I IN E cor 1UU Green Stn I LOUISVILLE KY Home Cooking Polite Service EverythingNeat and Inviting iMeals at all hours to midnight fors ward to a first class hotel J H PERDUE 9tPROPRIETOR Money Needed The Legal and Legislative Bureau of the National AfroAmericanC- ouncil f i is out in a circular asking usedtin bringing the case of Rev H T Johnson plaintiff Editor of the Christian Recorder vs the Pullman Company before the supreme rourt off the United States IThe case was recently tried in the federal court in New Jersey anda jury awarded the plaintiff a verdict for the sum of 500 May 18 I9o3The judge before whom the case was tried entered an order setting aside the verdict and giving the Pullman company judgment 1Mr Johnson was refused breakfast on a dining car operated by the Pullman Company on the Seaboard Air Line Railroad There is an urgent demand for money to press this suit and any contribution may be sent to Jesse Lawson Financial Secretary Washington D CJ Madison Vance Director New Or leans La F L McGhee Vice Director St Paul Minn i Take Notice r i To whom it may concern this is to certifiy tint Revs Dan Wheeler and E Williams and Licentiate George Summers have been exclud ed from the membership of the New Hope Baptist church All Baptist I churches will pleas take notice and govern themselves accordingly I j JOHN H EDMUNDS Pastor I STEPHEN HARDEN Clerk I 4 Telephones 10 Wagons 10 Horses 25 Push Wagons Our Ice Cream Must Be Good C USCADENS 415417 2nd Louistille Ky LOW RATESTO Washington Oregon Idaho Montana Utah and British ColumbiaVIA Big Four Route One Way Colonist Tickets at very low rates on sale daily until November 30 1903 inclusive For full information and particulars as to rates tickets limits etc call on Agents Big Four Route or address the undersigned WARREN J LYNCH W P DEPPE Oenl Pas llcket1 Agt Asst G P T A Cincinnati O S J OATE- Nntnerst Agent LOUISVILLE KY WILMAM J S1MOES- 1S1I1ll1 I BnUII 718 W Wnlntif St LOUISVILLE KY Under the management of Miss Nannie H Burroughs a graduate of the Business High School Wash ington D C and a woman of sev en years experience as a steno ra pher and typewriter will give the progressive young men andwomen of this city a rare chance to receive first class instructions in stenogra phy and type writing The demand for efficient steno graphers is far greater than the sup plyGrasp the opportunity Class es open Nov 2nd Enroll NOW 0 I Buy Books Here Pilgrims rroerris 12mo cloth III istjjie 11LItrlef50lostpints00Our30VestI Indexedand handy cloth 25 yln nndUnsavedI 00rnnchimKemarknliltAnswersI I OttGods00StoryI illustrnlhuv SOTwo00Stepping0SoverigntyClantKWatts SOMellMGOAmericanismWhichfiestTChrUtlan00FromInThere21Paradise 25In25Imitation21TenJ5Prince25dulyJHoly2HolySOICepeiitiinre 2LordsI 1 10Tininehindt I ItevICOHeforeItehlndCOImmersionf HnptlsmJ1 1 00 Close Communion Iby Christian cloth 1 OO Did they Dip fill Kill t Christian itThe Faith of the Jtaptlsts T TI 21Paptlst00ItnptislKThe Philadelphia Confession of Fnlth 10 What Itaptlsts Itollevn nnd Why They 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onu to Evaaavi hrougn Parlor Car and 1ullmaa sleepers on al trams to Evansville and St LUUU Trains Hut 4 4243 4ni 44 connect at Irvi i iiu Jzu1 NUI trai los i a 3 and 4 lor Korit ville HartlmSiiirg aod KalUol Rough and otoer iUCious ou KurctinlU branch LOW RATES From LOUISVILLE tia SOUFHERN RAILWAY Effect September 15th a November roth California Poiuta f3600 Tacoma Portland Oreit i 8811- 8Saaule Spokane With 3500 Ogden Utah f Helena Mout 8408 Butte o HUH jgs Mout 29 UO One way tickets will b oi HHU from September 15ih to Novejutier gOth ak tue above rated via the ouiheru R anti ouaretipondiuKly llw ra o will be mile to other poiuu hi the West and North wont Cheat niie way bottltna vicke H and round trip iioiuuHeekM 1itktttt wjil alao be on HHIC Ucl Qin and 2ilti Had Nut Std ITiH Okladoiiiu Indiuu Terri tory loa and Ito many other points in the Went alto piiuitt in the S iutb Wtdt For iiiaps folderu and complete in formatlou address A Whedou T P A LiuiaviJJe- Ky U C Stewart P P A Lexington Ky t liuugerford D I A LouiHville Ky C B Aileu A G P A St Lniinfiio Yours truly C H Uuugerrord 1 I c + J We 1BAPTIST FRIDAY NOVEMBER 13 1903s fW raDnQt t ft tlrar0 il1QI 4 4ndajt r J l itif psson m t i I y II I Ii a Ifa A4 6tJIV I SUNDAY NOVEMBER 22tt i THE CURSE OF STRONG DRINK I Proverbs 201 2320 21 2935 Motto TextVinc is a mocker Prow 201I IWine is a 1Iotkcr The word means scorner Wine is personi tiedand is represented as doing what the man under its influence does The wine bibber scoffs at all that is serious and holy and ridi cules all th t is noble Strong drink is rngiiiKIt leads to brawls quarrels murders How bitterly true this is ran be seen in any issue of a daily paper The real meaning of the word translated mocker iis scorn but it is true also that wine is the greatest mocker in the world By its stimulating property it IlL kes a man feel guod fcei that he iih sure to have health ant1 happiness and success It mocks him as the mirage does the travelI er in the desert Whosoever iis deceived thereby is not wise All men must know from the results tc others of drinking that wine and strong drink bring woes innumer able and a wise man would not be deceived into believing that the re sults to hun of drinking till be dif ferent from those to other people U Be not am ng winebibbers among riotous eaters of 11ash Eating gluttonously is the idea which is brought out in the next verse Gluttony injures greatly though nothing in comparison to the harm to winebibbers Drow siness shall clothe a man with rags Referring to the stupidity andj sleepiness which comes both from drinko andgltittony This is one of the most gra phic off descriplii ns A drunkard can set himselfas others see him in this mirror The chapter is the advici of a father to a son warning hin against the perils of the society iin which he would find himself in life I Vho hath woe i 1 i7fo hath sor rowThe Hebrew words trans lated woe and sorrow are interjec tions Who hath oh Who hath alas As strong description as ilI1 of woes too great for human Ian guage They are many as well as5 great Woes of body and oi mindjI and woes unutterably unreasonab l because they are brought upon a man by his own senseless and de liberate folly If a man had never seen a drunkard and it he was made a confirmed sot by one drinking one might have pity and patience But men begin drinking withwarn ing examples all round them and iit is only by continued drinking that they become confirmed drunkards Who hath contentions toturik ards are quarrelsomewhich is the idea here They have contentions also between their appetites and their consciences contentions with thoso who would turn them from their evil ways a contention with Godand his lawaWho hath babbling The most intelligent man talks silly when under the in fluence of liquor Drunkards re veal secrets also The word also means complaintscomplaints cff his circumstances of his fellows against God Who hath wounds without cause Fighting on slight provocatiou which would not have moved him had he been sober 4 They that tarry long at the wine Men drinking all nightt They indulge in sprees which last sometimes for weeks They that go to seek mixed wine Go to saloon in modern language an drink wines made stronp by drugs Mixed drinks cause speedy intoxii cationAll sorts of poisonous things are put into the liquors of the present day and make them more dead ly by far than the liquors of the same name of fifty years ago Lcok tot thon upon the wine whet it is redThe wines of Palestine 1 were generally redand red rfr i b t J Li tJliJ wine was esteemed most The com marcl is not to put ones self in theII way of temptation Do not even look upon strong drink stay wayI from the places where yon rill be tempted When it giveth his color in the cupIt might he well orII the benefit of scholars who do not often1puzzj his in such cases in the Bible for the teacher to explain that when our version was written the pronoun its had riot been introduced inGI the language His was used as the neuter Possessive as wellas the ii iInlrculitte iI Fur colour the Hebrew is eye referring to the sparkling of the wine It is as though the cup had an eye with which it glanced at the drinker with a fascination he did not resist When it moveth itself arinhtGoes down the throat sniiothly and pleasantly One who knew nothing of tne terriblenature off strung drink might be deceived by the color and the sparkle of the wines as a child by the lattles of the snake Avoid the beginning of drunkenness by total abstinence Not only refrain from touchingbut even from looking upon it A man vho dues this is safe and he alone hA the last it biteth like a ser pent Whise poison is deadly Phu East is greatly cursed with poisonous reptiles some r I which Ire beautiful in color And sting eth like an adderWhich 1 lay coil dup in the dust unseen and un noticed ready with its deadly fangs Thus strong drink overcomes n man vho imagines that he is safe from larger Thine eyes shall behold strange tOUIiILicentiousness is a con tant companion of drink The words also mean strange things a refiTfucL to the horrors of delirium rremciis Thine heart shallutter perverse thingsThe ttord perverse comes from the verb to turn things upside down A drunken mans idea of right and wrong are contuse he will utter voids he would not dream of when sober His words are confused also and stammering How a man who ha ever seen another drunk and seen what an utter fool he made of him selfcan drink is one of theYster ies of sin As1 he that licth down in the midst of the sea Commentators differ as to the meaning of these 1words They may refer to the un consciousness ot one who is in the depthof the sea hopeless or help less or to one tossed about on a maen is compared too ne who IS drowns or drowning who is cut off from all his former pursuits and interests iin life and has become unconscious off surrounding circumstances There may be a reference to the rolling unsteady gait of the drunkard but thit is doubtful Or as he that licth upon the to of a mast A place of the great est danger where no man in his senses would lie down In just sach deadly danger is the drinking man and his fully is greater than that olt the man lying down on the masthead In the next verse the drunkard speaks He is vaguely conscious of the things which had happened during his carousals They have stricken me and I was not sick i they have beaten me and I felt ii- fnotThis it is the inebriates con temptuous answer to the admoni tions of those who warn him of sic ness and wounds He has been beaten but he felt no bruises It wa3 but the temporary results of aI frolic There is no occasion for being troubled Advice and warning are of little use then The very drinking habits dull the couscience and burden the heartPeloubet- d I When shall Jawake1 will see 1 it yet asaitNature forces him to sleep offa debauch but he re grets the time he must spend iin peniteIrat and ashamed he is anxious to get to drinking again as soon as possible The Bible does not favor the sentimental view that the drunkard is the poor victim of others who u r t are the guilty ones The Bible represents him as a criminal and a vtry vile contemptible and harden ed one A little m ire Tiplnral talk to drinking men would he a good thing and a great deal less of coddling sympathy Lexington M and D Meeting This body met Monday morning with Rev W J M Price in the chair who conducted devotional services Members present Price Chinn J B Harris Wilson Young IReed Johnson Buckner Mordand Gar ner D V Johnson Tull Tilord J Hlohnson Hawthorne Grove ReportsFirst S S 205 collection 105 pastor preached collection 1500Evergreen S S 75 collection 100 pastor preached collect ioi 1030 The pastor was called for the fifth year- Humminstown pastor J C lull preachedcollection 200 Meeting going on- Bethsaida S S 29 cUlicion 31 cts Rev filbnt prciicluul jcllection 522 Main bt pastor and Rev 1PMC preached collection 20 ou Shiloh S S 75 collection 36cli pastor and Rev MI K Lulu n preached Lords Supper adiuini ered collection 7 8 Forest Hill S S 16 coUtrctui 20 cts pastor preached etJih e lot G ooPricetown S S 26 cnlUctiiii 30 cts pastor preached c llcoiii j I 330Paris First Church S S 5ji lection 60 cts Rev R I11 BIt l preJchLCI colitctioii i1150 Pleasant Green S SI17rlection 250 pisio priatuil ClJ lection 334 27 Liberty SS 3 coll riitnr o pastor preached ctlltctiun 3 CMg Bracktown pastor pi etchcicI i lection 29 26- Adjourned to neet at l Iugr ei MondaysREV V J MI PKICM Moderator S P YOUNG Clerk- WOMENS I WORK Mrs Lulu 11 Jackson will fill the fag low iutf appointments in the inlet etl if the work of the Bnplis1 Wnniei s Kilura iioal Convention Watldy eta 2o LowrenceugI Mi tier uil1eCI 21 lIortonsll1eIt 28 Georgetown 1 29- f lexiugt uI30 31 Alt Sterling N v 1 ShapsburgI L D4urjlleaAtokltU 4 Bet ean fi 0pGoodloHg ChaptltI 7- Howards Creek K UeckutnilleII 8 Iiadud q Christ iunshllrUPIt t4ule ville J11 Iva Grangoto 112 Sulphura 13 CampbellsYI1IHa 14t New LibertyI 15 Wientiny if- I Park Ridget 10 WtirHitw 17 Gh ntIIS Carrmtou IU Pastors nUll ItesldeniH of Umv riiy Societirs are requntul to nitS lr r tit on her utival m ke arniuu in Mls for Itr aeulnuek1 meat Tor ineeiing We urn niakiig a strong flortto croitly fiilargMinr fu d for the ere ctlun oe the Nw Dorn it t for State U ivNralty ant to iniUi ur Convention tirxt year tin gea et uiiil brat iu its history Yti ntd ui eupi rot t and encouragement ofev iy friend in this movement and trust our hope will1 be realizd Done by onset or tllt Hortf d Illuttgers- Llzzu Crittfud n e Chairman Lucy KIINTSeoreta rv LET US START YOU I ZI ooo MONTHLaela I IM x UtTtUu ukUr Mlllnt W Prog chH Jrau meal toad a IIrueItf7pUU Hrvmctbcxli araabotart ostflu all mselsl ate Jtr t tuBplufteFHKK yes fareUh ttrtu V UKAY A CO PUtlB Werkj OUKGCOUTI l I I J wW aJ Are You Sere USE rParacamph1JI I Itelievds instantly Sure Feet Sure Muscles Rheu matism Insect Stings Mosquito Iitcs Chafing etc etc 5C150c and SiI Bottles Ail good drllugiMfN oloiololololol iWONDERFULl jIj e- e e e TAKEN FROM LIFE IJEFOnr AND AVTKK TREATMENT ORIGINALeOZONIZED OX MARROW topyrlelited This wonderful bairpomtules the onlysafe g fpreparation In the world that kinky or X curlyt heir htrnlnlit an shown azgs It nonr W U liihek tho the hair from fall Inc out or breaking off cures dandruff and J makes the hair grow longaul allky Soldover fllnr earS and ulell bytlouandsWarranted harmless It was the Unit preparation ever W J2 void for straightening kinky hair Beware ofo Imltrtlollll Oct the Original Ozonlxed Ox Narrow as tho genuine never falls to keep the hair tratiht soft and beautiful glv J5J Inu It that Ih althy llfellkn appearance so W much diMred A toilet necessity for ladles e cntlemnn and rlorandKlepantly Intel It aits sup aJ iU thnIIhost and moat economical Itlte not J U pnsxihle for to produce a J5 O ttn equal to rtrFr direction IlrCJ 0 bottln Only OO es by druggists Q X and dealer or send for one tot fS etlo or 914O for three bottles We pay all X X express charges Send postal or express g money orderI Please mention nag io of this J O paper when ordering Writ your name and O address plainly to- OZONIZED OX MARROW CO C J 76 Wabash Ave Chicago Illinois X MISSOURII PACIFIC RAILWAY Via ST LOUIS and KANSAS CITY to COLORADO UTAH and the PACIFIC COAST DOt BIE DAILY SERVICE CA1E DINING CARS Meals a la Carte ELECTRIC LIGHTED TRAINS RON MOUNTAINC ROUTE Vi MlIKMl Ill is direct to HOT SPRINGS ARK And Points in TEXAS MEXICO and CALIFORNIA DOU1JLE DAILY SERVICE DINING CARS Meals a lla Carte ELECTRIC LIGHTED TRAINS tor further Information Advenislng Katter etcAddress R T G MATTHEWS Trav Pass Agt Room 202 Fqatoble Bldg IOUISV LLE fY- H C TOWNnKXll1 o p t AUT ST LOUIS HOUSESIi AND LOTS I IFORSALE in the West End Also in South Louisville WHY PAY RENT when I you can buy one of I these beautiful lots at Fifty cents per week without interest and ownYI home Z I I IFor particulars call at the office o L M Ka WEISS iaoa sixth sa 6 j L I it- II 45 SPIDY MEDICINE AND PHARMACY AT THf PaysCoIe l sional lectures FIFTEENTH oMiiboard and roomRec ize I lrentl By the Quarterly Nearly fro rratlunUs in various parts of the country every ASystem Is offeredthen enjoying a lucrative practice I Uft vaIe dSchool of Medicine Fouryearsof vii Months ench L throughout the year bench session iis divided Into n tunltles for those terms of three months enili Attendance ujwn any two termaan l who must retain student to credit lor one years Terms January April iltcndannII as a meroofllveof each tern Students may lihood mnntheachdesirean J ntoawyI a 1 II11tr5eI iW A BURNEY M D Dean Louistil g I I Our Creat Special Complete WORTH FIVE DOLLARS F B gOzonaI g I THE BWEETSCENTED KINO OF HAIR TOpICs 1I EXI8TENCf1Ii HARMLESS RELIABLE 8UPREME i EFOREREAD READ I TO T- HEColored T f JPeopl TutOFjlWOULD rPOSITIVELY straightens itnjrthens and lra Ifi tho nappyhairl i relied up n to produce an abundantadfllinur usa I tnnth ul rust flue IlIk fyerTinLWAVY THICK HHIK UOSSY 111 lit tv pliant 1i11 t precdlIngtyletemple and allaldllOtl vdandruff rscalp I tturiM 1rlnfailed anddlcdatellialrtoit letI t1tofall Thousands of drllKhtcdI canntffover the world unite lu naylnir that On oitt alAFTERthatUrlalmrdfurit Ozono ttklngtit Tho prico of Ozono In fine a IKIX It taken Itxturlnir down with RreaveR pifttinjbrUUeUalr118il soft 8trnl allhalrtuIIt II and Our Great wlere Vowlfial I t nrlgenulneegarlamS1 I 1 I absolutely pure anliiim liUra dai i VrprUlljr Corueon the Olrero I I tfFTIIt RaeegeCreamaetuallynrthLi tion It In rnIrrubbed well Into tho iUii allowed to niimii a fe tin ii nt then rabbcd off 1 1 comeoff I i fnoctlNIItnLLRItWI1I1IIIu11I1OIIzowrlnklfxxmrplnaplestandthe7rang1ki il lorworthtoewhirhreumrralltoellaud4afromtlahnrI AlsOcureasmrethroatsoremothfnatcl 1 allREMEMBER + IIOESTr000DetendI I WriteYOUR VAItI i + 1i A CHANCE Itd A LSF = TIMt OR respectable coloreJ people tj pricure hIt J on eisy F cen P ri fJJlliiJHI Pj mufi It 3 7 Fit Lt Street hive opeue J vvh it is kn level u Li i tI i C j irt lags division on Vest Broidviy an j 33t1 Srit 1 btinii pi t of ground containing 126 lots This propertyE frjirs on Bruil way 416 ft and it runs north 16 itet vithin 151 foot JIi ChcU nut Scrdit his aa aveaia 8j r fvi I raining t tti Uljy This suburb has all the advantages of city iniprovincnts W go is electric hgit an IIeN r 01 ituiv BDilvuI vill saved to Western Park and street cars will run to it this lterII REMBMB3R THERE ARE 02TLY 126 O in all and several of them hive 1 beenold If you wish tti Ipn I 1 chas a ajme in i j is i i lilI i It i colored people will be parnittej on an I 1u tt oat e T No city taxes improvements cost you n ittlirn p H MCDONALD IlL SON 237 FIFTH ST LOUISVILLE flJ I Tr as xr t a PI 0 LOUISVILLE fUNERAL DIRECTORS I rpfIite Attentiou aU on the LouisvlU Funeral DirecUxa tine lew Rob- berr tirr Fuueim Car Ar tstic J ILofCo L is nr fotCIIeral Supplies on hand An Elegent VhIte Hearse for use in Funer is ol Young People is now at your command Calls answered Day and Night Funeral Car and Hacks at lew cut than any other Firm in the City Try the New Firm and be convinced 1 C0r llth A Walaul Sta Phone 3OOdiq J1 tth WM J SILKMAH Manager d 4 EMSIDELL SCHRADER STONE do COMPANY I Small Loans and Real Estate Solici tors Watches Jewelry and all kinds of Merchandise Bought and Sold 539 W Green St Louisville Ky a DR SSTONt t ali SurpJ IhV5Ciall IIOVIISoII t IttEU LkNClell2 LAUUL Sl f I IKeii 9 t t 1 A 4 t 230 It M And at N e I 7 3UII lualtlto W Greeu Stf Up Stair lied Cross Sanitarian If diath 1Street TeiWi1it- w i Jw n