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L frL lLIUfL L 01 I AMERICAN BAPTISTPUBLIC LIBRARY VOL XXVI NO II d H LOUISVILLE KY FRIDAY JANUARY 8 1804oR LIJWOX A40ESrA6 LISHED1879 THERE IS NO UNBELIEF Tierra l no unbelief AuoHver plants a seed beneath thet sd- Aud walt to see It push away the olodI Trust Lit lu Uod There IIn no uubellof WhoeAwr ilay when clouds are In tll I sky Be natleut heart light breaiceth by a id hy trusts the Meat High Therein uu uubeif Vlowvtjr nets ueath winter field of r V The It u in narrestof the future grog duds power iun t know There Irl uu uubelief I Who ver LIeS dowu uU his couch to sleep- touteut to lock eaob aeuae in elumbe- Jeep KnowN God will keep There IH tin unbelief Whoever say Tomorrow the u kuow The future trutt that power alone He dares disown There in no uub lief Tar brad that looks on when dear eyelids close Aud darer to live when lift has only goer Gods aomfort knows There io DO unbelief lint thUH uy nay and ulgbt uuconaci touulluuHly Tue umri liven by that failn the lip deiy Gott kuuweth why Liucle Vui k Case in Detroit Frwe II tit r FEDERATION OF WOMENS CLUBS L1FaiNG Ab tEVLIUUnJ i I Purnubtit to a onll tttuued by the state J otgaiilfcer I Kentucky tor a meeting 10 FtfUciMlr the Wuiue it Club o this mate a leprmenlhtive uudleuoe met riiUiDUaV L eeiulier Slut lUa at lo u uuck n iu it tau Pljmouui Cougre guitunui cbul chi ucruer 17ih auuCneat nitl wire IM for the purpose ort tcJlugtfucn au organization Mm M E steward Skate orttauu r at d Mifaa U j A Nugent Secretary f too Local COlUI uiiltve war uittUo arrangtiueula for j vtitt meeting auttd aa temporary offi uera The uietiiiug opened with slug lug b the congregation Uuwar CUrUliau auiuieia Miss AB j presiding at me piano Uv C C Waktdeld of Fraukfoiioflertrd a Car vent rae+ after whicu rue o ngrega ilin joined iu HluglUKt Ct In the Cross o Chrltt I Glory U Tne temporary prea tucut alts M E Steward then pre eruieu the work oi the National AltatOJJ clatioa IU object and alw and the nec uenailT for tht Woiuuu of Kent ky beJJ rug organized into snob a body It waa tUn motion aud carried that the Clu Women of Kentucky be federated J teller which tie following Clubs rec cur lied The Culldrena Friend Club covlngtou Mrs F B Williams Mima J Time Young aud U E Allen DumeaI tic E onuiuy ClUb Danville Mrs Ullle 3 Flatter Kings Daughter u Cdvary1 Baptist ouurch Louis vlUt1drsj j tit V1ul111 Louiaville Normall Ktadiug Cicle Louisville Mrs P R J OiVlUowIfoOat Improvement ClubJJ LoulKVllI UlMHt G A Kugtnt AliCo J Nugent Madawer Nora Bell Mollie William It Edwards and fc DJJ ThouiavWomaaH Industrial Club LoubI vine MUM N a Burroughs Mra D L J bauer A G Ytilktr ou Annie Mct tinde Alice Lwertnce M V ParriatbII ilittt L C CI ItteudentLidiea GUld Mrs Alice CrutebersV M C A Auxiliary Louiaville Ui ML M GibsuusUfououical Club Mrs S B Taylor and Mm Racuti H Hurried Ladies 6ewug Circle Mia M E St weld aud Mrs M A BalhttJguard of uianagniH Misses L C Crlltcnden and Lucy Flint Sunshine Club Mrs Heinle Jonea- Mualoai and Uttrarj Club Mrs M Mead atd Misses Sophia Johnson audI v arrle Marshall Pink Rout Club McKluney Mrs M DuO Sunshine Improvement Club LoulaI vlU MraM Bullltt aud Mra AlloeII Crotoher The Federation then went into per maDat organ lzatloll by electing the following officers president Miss Q A Nugent First nie piMldsut Mrs LUlis L FiaLer recording secretary Mrs RD Thomas ssltantiecrrtary Mrs A 1 Taylor tieorreapondlug a l M Giuon treasurer MrBBt yo 4 MM MT V Parrish and Mina r lf to escott antYoung were apptoluted I Install the officers to their respective positions which was done In a very oomplimeutaiyl manner each officer abort address TheI responding with a theenl appointed Chairman Mra M r Stow RasstOiveua Susan Davis A G Wilkereou M H Bullltt Rachel Harri NoraI Bell Behie Jouen Mtsiea Lucy Flint Sophia Johnson Motioned aud earned that all the officer of tkredera lieu be exctfloio members of the ex ecutive board The following person were appointed to drat a constitution aud by lamb Dire A G Wilkeraon Beaale Jones M V frarrUh M L Bonnet Mliaei Lucy Flint N H Bur andrL A JJavlb Tile visitors were Invited to eDJoy the hospiialityaud rest of the Womeud Industrial Club the congregation juiced in aiigmK Jesus Saviour Pilot Me Attar which Mrs LUlie Wisher of Danville read Ii well prepared Adjourned paper subject Our WorkII AFTERNOON I The sfcaaioa was opened with singing Though your emus be as scarlet Prayer by Rev G C Clemment Look this way was rung after which the miuutea were read and ap proved Mra F B Givens and Miaa A Nujteut vere appointed Com ulltte on Credentials followed by repots from Clubs Dire F R Glveia reported the work of the Louisville Normal rIvondI lanai after which Miea G A Nugent frf IowoIWftUI regular programme was then disposed with in order to near fiom tae distinguished flaltora in person of Prof Kelly Miller of Waahiugtoh D C and Prof G W Carver of itiakegee who in company wash Rev1J Frank paid a vlait to too Federation The assembly was honored by au address from bULb i oi the above uatiied geuiiemeu Choice r warktt were made by Mrs L J Boa uer of Indittuapoua hud airs L C I Fouseof Coirydon lud Atter wuiuh Mrs L A Davii ol Chicago 111 Nu noual Organizer war lutiuuuutd and made tiuieiy letaarka Adjourned lo wet t at 8 pt1VEA1NO ShSblON dThu yttu e preaideul Ccnlaer the LUlieJJ was beautifully aud iuipreBbivel reudur ed by the ouoir of rue ouuroa A ferIvent prayer war thou offered b the pay trylthe chuir minuter road aud approveu Tue premucQi then appointed the tOIJJ lowing committee ou fcluaice Miss Lu y Flint alra M Wnliauit tits R Euwarus j 13bTaylor Mrs M Imtt Mr L b Fiauer sire M V Pat risu t ported tnt work J of the Kfugs Daughters of Calvary Cuuich Mro F B Williams re oritd for the Cuiiureus Friuuu Ciub Cueing J ton alter which the audtenue j to a duel by Miesce 1 ala U Rashest and cujoyedIMr Lavinia a Sueed war then preII ranted and in her usual bappy manner r hold her audience from star to finish Her address war exuolieui m ihouxhl t J her language cuoiue aud Ler uelwery calm stately and couviuoiog Mrs L B Putter Louisvilles sweat elngor then enirauued the audtenoe with a vocal aettuiiOQ Sprlug u Coming Mrs Porter war iu goou void and amid a storm oi applause had to respond to be J nearly encoie Mls N H Burroughs he next speaker was Introduced and J poke at length ou Womans Wurk Miss Burroughs ia au well known lib a public ntloeaaarYIMrllI baviutf ooutracted ka severe cold The President then introduced Mrs Eliza beth Lindsay Davis National Organizer who spoke for more than an hour on the subject which lies near her heart Ths History of the Womens Club She bnndltd her subject lu a scholarly man nor and the valuable information given will serve aa au inspiration for time to uome to all who heard her At the con clusters of her address Mrs M E Stew area read a letter of greetiags aud con gratulations to the Federation rom Mrs J Silone Yates Jeffenon fJlty Mo president of the National Asiocla ton of Colored Women 1 he same was ordered filed The committee on Resolution report edt i j iPirt Tbanklu the pastor and uiem heir f r the use of the chuirli aud the choir for Its lervloeI Lrj Jto of Chicago Ill the very abe thanksifur ff Abltl advice andn encourage meat to w and to Mrs L B Sneed Airs E S Porter Misses Runnel and Cooper for sLrvlcts renlared Third That we donate to the church three dollars and the Janitor oua dol liar Fourth That the proceedings be pub lisutd iu the city papers The report of the cymujlttee ou Con Btitution was referred to the executive commutes after fcotne mUoellaueo is bubinuoB the F deration adjourned Miss G A NUGENT President MRS B D THOMAS deuretary W R RICHARDSON rPastor of the Little Flock Baptist Church 1930 Hancockst i bet Ky S St Catherine i desire tp thank and announce to the churches and friends the result of our rally which took plice on the thiru Sunday in Uctobet 1004 The day was bright aud cleur iii h every thing in our favor kftci wonting service The congregttiou rapidly gathered at 1 p m lo listen to a powerful airman preached by that venerable father in the gospel Rev D A addle D D After whlon we wade preparation for the great rally aa planned by cur pas ar The tables were arranged and the officers took their positions to wait on the people Tlieu the pastor opened hU book aud began to call the roll of the following uatuoa winch reapouded as follows Wm Kuqus 1 15 James Gore 250 Chasten Allen 2UU Frank Keater Sl1275 Mary Brooks solicited 1 50 Iroui Zion Baptist church donated 2233 total tu her credit 23 83 Natbau Nollau 1000 ileuriettu Burnett fcOO Mary Ray 600 Alice Millet f2 00 Alice Breckeuridge 16 00 Annie Kemp 1500 George Rbodts 509 Lizzie Bowling J5 00 5 00 Emma Brown 1000 Willie Lort 100 Amanda Tolbt rt 700 Barney tiloue 1010 Chester Unionl128 donated 500 total to her orcdit lW64 Cna Fie 1lf 500 Mary Stand aid 100 Mary Guruon 5 60 td Cox 75 Mary Sutton 45o Maggie Rua soli6C cents tietue Uuckner 700 Mammas Quarles i 00 George B own 100 Millie Stone 9800 Kate Keoltr S10 00 Annie Prince 50 Harry Uowliugs 12 65 Matilda Wooldiidge 100 Marta Bowman 100 Amanda iiognu b1000r floe Allen 9840 Ia Owsluy 1 05 M L Richardson S46 Nealy lodes 280 Lena Logan 1LO Ellen Waller 1 25 Settle Haidin lLU Minute Bury 50 cents i George Read l0o Rev J H Higbtiwer 20ceuls Oharlotle Buckuer 32o Matilda Buckner 93oo Amauua Mack 26o Amanda S Harris or Chicago 400 GreeuStSuudayBChool 3Bu Bethel Baptist chutci Forest Kv 5o cents Autioch Baptist chinch 5o orate min islets and Deacons Conference 155 Centennial Baptist Chicb l5u Kat Snyder 6 j cents Mary Nelou 60 cents Patty Lewis 25 cents Leavell Logan 25 cents Dr P H Kennedy So cents Df J H Perdue 60 saute Prol A E My zeek Eire Green meet uhuiob by Dr Gaddie 582 Ninth Street church by Rev Wm Johnson 165 C Stone 2oo Little Flock Suuday School 21 85 Cciude Jacobs 25 cents A J Hall 5J cents Rev H B Webter Paris Ky lo cents Rev G W T Rueeell 76 cents Kouey from alll sources making a total of 13 5 70 for which we thank our many friends who helped us J IWe have paid on our property tor J toe year7b6ooluooo with 6 per cent interest bythepowerOur 1800dIsbursementstreasury 135 You can plainly see we have been Lard wt worK raying all along the line crying fighting and Preaching with the force oJ peculiar opposition notwithstanding alt we have eonquerersttrough Pray for us in our tffjrts for I am persuaded that neither death nor life nor angels nor principalities nor pow ers nor things prevent nor things to come nor height nor depth nor any creature or relation shall be able to separate us from preaching the gospel and the love of God in Christ Jesus our Lord A menIVoice Qftiae Nagre The Voice of the Negro is the name of au illustrated monthly magazine de vited to education indnsty science and art among NeMroesthe initial uumber of which has just been issued It is to be devoted to the interest cf the Negro people and its management is to be under the direction of Dr J W TheololClcalStmiuary Barber managing Editor Messrs H H EmmtttJbus byJu devoted to au important article rd- vitwlnJt the work of the tlanta tchools by Prof John Hope of Atlanta Baptist College An illuminallag arlll cle upon the Negro as an important po litical factor by Kelley Miller of Howard University also appears A spirited disuuosion White vs Blacks by Proto W3 Scarborough of Wilber force University will be found inter eating Booker T Washington writes of the Negros Part in thfc Souh1 Upbuilding while Mrs Fannie Barrier Williams of Chicago discussed The Negro and Public Opionlon There are several contributions by the editors them eVe clad aU luau the Initial publication gives promise of vigorous llife The illustrative typographical appearance uteri seem to indicate that those who control the magazine have sigh ideal Published monthly by J1 E Nichole Co 718 Austell Building Atlanta Oa Subscription 100 per year A sample copy will Le sent to who writs for it A Little of flesh and strength little barking obstinate cough and a little pain in the chest coolumptiouwill not neglect A few doses of Allens Lung Balsam causes a free dteQharge of mucus and so loosens the cough It heals the inflamed air passage aud all iitt beneficent work is accomplished w ithout a grain of opium- UNIVERSITY NOTES School opened promptly Monday morning There was no speech making tbat wau done before vacation Monday was a full day for class work Mr Jacob Rias was teaching at Beatty vllle but has now has now returned to his Alma Mater Berean had a manger for the boll day exercises Several new students have entered The Seniors will deliver their second orations in the chapel Wednesday Jan lothThe Trustee Board held a meeting iin the holidays All students who went home to spend brit Christmas have returned It does not look as if there had bee auy vacation everybody is so busy with the daily work Only a few students bad too much Xma and are not able to be in I tlThe teachers all seem to be alive wit new energy to begin the work of the New Year Dr Price preached at Berean Sunday evening a very appreciative audience The Sundayschool also was well attend ed The Literary Society will have its meeting Friday night as usual Many friends visited us during the holidays The Pacnty met Wednesday jlrs Steinmelr lectured Tuesday morning oa The Lila sf Jesus aCL I IlNATIONAL FOR BAPTIST 1904 COMMENTARY I II I A Cernpl4- Us t Comm tars I- tFlnl i et lit rMd Eve- rPushshr SUGGEST Y6 ILLUSTRATIVE I COIPBEBENSIVE A Practical Sunday School- Ctmroentary La louluabla Aid to SvaerinlendsntiSundzy Sekcal Teachers aMCarisiianWtrtars JSTRICTLY ORTHODOX AND PURELY BAPTISTIC A ctaf7 for tM merle Bach lesson has Ca Tile Atltonu aad Revised TerttrMotto Tnt c Leeson acttlnq d Lassos OUlac Cc Dally Home Readleg I Irttloa Ir nzpositlon h Oriestai Flashlights IJ Tacks toUrive jj Pilate Asswcredfleas etc its itlaslrttoas cad practical sstteachrs and expericaee fiirery pastor sapcrtstsd Ile Clecopyttb SLA ire 9r more to eat addrcea IB etatste0y SEND ALL ORDERS TO THE NATIONAL BAPTIST PUBLISHINGtREV R H AVOYD D D srCe try W NORTH MAf YET STREET NASHVILLE TENNESSEE A PASTOR STORMED Tuesday night December 29th 1904 47 members and friends of the MtZlou Baptist church at Oakland mounted the 9 oclcok train each of them load ed with presents and came to Bowling Green to No 1119 Park at my home I was aroused by hearing singing st my front door We have come rejoic ing bringing in the sheaves on op t iig the door they marched in and fill ed my long extension table with every thing to make me glad I give the name of the givers and the presents brought L E Shobe sack of sausage MaUI da Daverson a bam Julia Bluett spare ribs Ed Shobe spare ribs and sausage Rutha K Shobe jar preserves L Gard jar preserves i Rutba R Shobe a dress pattern George Smith a jar of jelly and sausage Abe Carpenter sack of meal Virgil M Daniel pound of coffee Calie Franklin bucket of lard C Knowles 10 pounds of sausage H Shobe shoulder of meat Rutha B Shobe fine shirt Huntley Irvin fruit and sausage Rev Franklin shoulder of meat Ciara E Shobe jar of preserves Benton Rhodes three pounds of sausage Quincy Allen jar of pre serves Luoy Duncan jar peaches C C Barton coffee and cabbage J H Claybrooks jar of preserves James Lucas two pouuds of coffee Alice U Shobe two pounds of butter C Allen pound of coffee Emma Daveraon sack of potatoes Sam Carpenter ravins J Davers 26 pound sack of flour Fannie Gaasum five poaads of ribs Hayden Shobe Jr sack sansige S T Barton aud wife jar of beaches G Lawi cm pound of coffee Pearlla Kelley pound of coffee Taylor Daverso u 1 worth of sugar Elijah Carpenter sackof coffee 0 Knowles K pound sack of flout Luoy Smith resins aud coffee Webb Duncan three bars toilet soap Pate n Wadlow three pounds of sugar Emn a Allen preserves and pickles Ettella Claybrooks pound of coffee Minnie Walduw sack sausage Willie Clay 4bnpound sack of flour The storm party spent the remainder of the night with ns having an en joyable lime and next morning re Sunnysidehtrain leaving our hearts leaping with joy We welcome them to come again A WILLIAMS AND WIFE Bowling Green Ky- WANTEDTRUSIWOt3THY LADY or gentleman to manage business in thlt onnty and adjoining territory for a hone of solid financial standing 1000 straight oath salary and expenses paid eaon Monday direct from headquarters Ex pens money advanced position perma a neat Address Manager 606 Monon g 1 case a =The New 1 ork rj Weekly Tribune d Tor those who want to get the New York news and news of things the orld over and dont want to spend tha money or time in buying and reading a thetisIt is Issued on Monday Wednesday and Fiiday of every week and con talus the eaaance of The Daily Tribune for the whole week To those who are interested in the price of flour grain wheat cotton livestock butt rcheese eggs and other farm products Its mar 1 ket reports are iuyaluable because of correctness Its interest in agitating the building of good roads In the country sections has elicited hearfelt praise on the part of our readers Price 1160- a year For tree sample copy send a postal card to The New York Tribune New York FOR OVER SIXTY YEARS MRS WINSZAWS SOOTHXHO SYRUP has been used for over sixty yean by milliomj of mothers for their children while teeth ing with perfect success It soothes the child soltens the gums allays all paiD cures wind 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 twenlyfive cents a bottle Be sure and ask for Mrs Win flows Soothing Syrup and take no there IM CaieOf Aecldemt Accidents will happen Mother strains her back lifting a sofa Father is hurt in the shop Children are forever falling and bruising themselves here is no preventing thesethlngs but the worse consequence are averted with Perry Davis Painkiller No other remedv approaches is fjr the relief of sore strained muscles There is but one Painkiller Prry Davis r NEW ERA INSTITUTE Rev R It Butler Missionary for the Eastern District will held New Era Institutes as follows First Church Geogetown ST1 Nov 23 and 20 First Church Part Dee 16th 17th and 18ih Broadway Winchester Dec 28th Wth and 81st Pastors Ministers and Sunday school teacher deacons and all Christ lane workers are urged o attend and assit injthe great work of building op our Masters kingdom Bring your Bibles with y- ouBELLShe1 Au ordI t1 SeMel QeAa 6 asei M- Vracps Tks Cg MILLzVll r- rT J11 L ilo- I I t + 1 AMERICAN BAPTIST FRIDAY JANUARY 11104 AMERICAN BAPTIST ESTABLISHED 1891 PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY QLFIeK tio KIFTH Sr LouisviuK Kv 1 1R7tltl9 m VEAL in advance 125 t MONTHSse 75 triitim MONTHS 40 oNE COPY FREE OM year M say ooo who win send oa fi we names ufts The date OB tbeUbelrC yoa paper shows tc ba- aae JUG kayo paW r sees both as a rceiwi and request for payment II proper credit bas not been gives with n two 01 re weeka from timef payment aotily us Asc cit tu promptly of soy chinf is Post Offi c 01 ddra to that Ibert nay be so error or oel r a Avery of paper FRIDAY JANtARYS 190 = = =rUU paper la regularly tour O i1MNtlb8Crlbe1rM until adeilhir sr+er te dlacoiiiinue is receive and toe subscription paid lIn tall to the time the order I Yea zTilt terrible calamity In ChiriII last week which resulted in tilt death of hundreds of prtph hav caused a generalI inquiry int tilt matter of the safetytt Itrletud1 ttces in theatres and II h1i 1riht huiMings Nearly al th Ltie tlc in Chicago hive been rllIStcIflU acct unt of failure tu provide provmt lives against suih accidents as startled the civilized world last week What is true of Chi age has been found tube true in othm cities and measures art leillg trktiI to prevent the repetition nf such u awful catastrophe This cntiiirmi may in some respects be ilircctn against many of the churches am assembly rooms fur lectures CMI certs etc where large numbers lit people are gathered without suit able means of egrets in case tff tintt or a stampede which Ircquitntlj takes place under either riujm stances These accidents are fn quently beyond hninan control buy t a little precaution will reduce tin fatal results to the mminum ant furnish a means of egres to main who otherwise would escape unin ured ONE of the most serious birder antes the race has to overcome iis the disposition to hold every mem ber of the race responsible for the shortcomings of individuals rathei than te hold the transgressors alon resp nsiole Among oJier races H tirade is never heard against a clasj as such because one of their num ber happens to violate the law it matters not how serious the offense but in the case of the Negro it is entirely different The most triviil offense against law and order b olortdmen is frequently takn as An exuse to heap indignities ant insults upon other members of the rice who are in no way responsible alt who are g xd and law chiding ctizens Our white friendwlo Clcourage or practice this chaiar t r of Iicrilllim tlOIl simply because thrc an in tilt majority and ha the prr U do so place olistacii = in th wi fi tilt prngressCft rare thtt 1 bHI ii way justifiable or com mendibic ajid at the same time es tablish a rule of might instead of right THE State Teachers Assorntion which met in this city last1 week was a representative bd of lilt n- and women and arcom jlishcd a treat dratof gouinclt only in ds serninatine infrmation tto the eachers themselves hilt in armis i t public interest in IheItuaiIl of general education 111111 snef the discussionsi were teclmic l but the most of them were of such a character as to interest and benefit I every cftizeii who encourages e ncational movements The bring ing off Prof Kelly Miller of Washington and Prof G V Carver oif Tuskegf c to Kentucky was a most commendable thing and the peo ple four city were not only willing but anxious to accord them tIe honor they deserve If the Asso ciation will keep its program up to hi standard set at this session it will do a great goof for the people as well as for the teachers of the state LIXINGTON iis to have the sruc experience Louisville has had in the way of fairsthat is it is to have two fairs this year instead of one unless all signs fail We do no- tknw anything as to the cius s lhut- it is evident that neither will enj y the patronage that was so gl ner jusly acconlcd tthe old 1 fur and to that e tent will divide the interest in the exhibits This is to be re j t cited and it is to be hoped ever el me plan may be adopted thIt till prevent two exhibition II he Lexington Iriir has done a gre att leal of good for the race vein if it has tteen a profitable invest nit- 1r the stockhoders anti on that tcCitmt it would be unfoi lunate t d1 1ul age its fnllutnoe But perk S tltS all the prorits made by lh III uiagement is the cause of th trouble and siiie one is anxious t have a piece f Ith pie STATE TEACHERS ASSOCIA T CON NOTES The sessions wire allve11 atI i rlied Louisvdll pc jle covvred tilt m selves with glory in enhitainm rile vis Lung teachlrIThe committee had l lt t trouble in deteimining where t hold the Sf sirn5mIre II vlllal than was neressary Tilt visiting teachers were feted tnd lOlstednn every baud then Acre receptions galore The papers and addresses wen excellent nd the Association wa fortunate in having Prols Kell Miller of Howard University am G W Carver of1 Tuskegee InstiuiU iiid Mrs L B Sneed of Indimap olis on the programme The musical features of the pro idiiiine were well rendered ant they were many The Economic d Club gave most enjoyable reception at the residence of Mrs E G Harris Tuesday evening Prof F 1L Williams is in hi glory when presiding in a meeting of teachers and he presides well The Association has no objection to meeting in Louisville again next December Another pocketbook was lust at the meeting and as usual no trace of it can be found IIt looks as if some person hollows up the Association with sinister purposes and h ought to be apprehended A number of teachers attended the Assiriition without enrolling as members Amo g the visitors in tthe rite last wet k attending the State Teachers Association we noticed Mrs E A King Miss Emma B Dickson Verrhdale Prof and Mrs T J Smith Versailles Prof T C JJohnson A L Reynolds I efUr tliCity Mr V B Ferguson howling Green Geo V JacksonJ Bowl ng Green C C Monroe OWl nshcro Rev S E Smith Owensboro Miss Mamie F Hoyd Frankfort V C Jordan Raids townfJ V Houser C C Wake field Frnnkfcrt DI Reid Mrs Jas iarvm RevI V B Wood Elixtuethtown MIS Emma Jones Profs in Mason Becknerville Hnrv A Lane Vhite Hall ilM1 Word Frankfort J S Hathaway Frankfort G JP Russell Lexing tip Miss Fannie CrJhf ad li r J enshaw IMfasure RidgeI Park I Mrs MI + ygit Joules Mrs Annie Go wcii Prefl 1F M Russell Cov ingt m Mis Mi B Murriy Springfield MrsI Lydia Adun Pudford Prof and MNI Isaac Fisher 1 Im ville Profs Chats Millman Cv fJJ ingtonA LGarvin Hjrrodsburg S E Garvin hIlodgensville Mrs Lizzie Fouse Corytn Ind MissI Mary Mary Murrill EancasterI Miss Cullie Smith Mrs W F Smith Mrs Barbara Courtney Lexington Prof N A Fleming Covington Miss Ida B IJordan Miss MI E Bell Cincinnati MrsI Bessie JJ Posey Prof W 1Hf Fouse I Cc rydon Ind Miss Mary Alice Titus Bret Miss Frances M Berry Mis Essie Gooch lilt C W Re noldsMaysville Missi Maggie BrOidus Richmond Prof O G Duff McKinney Prof D W McLeod Prof J W Hughes Var saw Mrs I LB Sneed Indianapolis Mrs IL V Brown Indianapo lis Miss X B Vhatle O wens boro Mifs A B Junes Covington Purls V S Blanton Vcrsiilles Jj II Moberiy Richmond Mr1J H Gaddie Salonni Proff W IP Chapniin Cane Surings MissI M1 E Alien Covington Miss1 Tillie Young Cuvington Miss M1 E JJackson Prof J F Owens Clif ton Prof C F Sneed Cane piin s Rev John E Wooil Uan villi Prof V V I Dunn Glasgox Miss Emma Barn Jet1lsilJfot Miss Addle LA llullv Ml1 t Stcri iiu Pmff C F Cok Frankfort Miss Cliri TaiJJtt FrtnkfrtMi Biidie MI ills Lexingmn Miss Mamie E Smith Pr I R lD Ro man Siell v llf Prof 1 L L Brown Cant S riig Mrs F L illiams Covin tn Mis Bessiei IB IJlleo Dmvilit Miss Lydin- Atlatns C 11 patt SpriugfifMI t Miss Corfi Tihblo H SIc V I- IIbtlI l I ciingtt ir ls M1 1 Kn- iiaitl L xin tin MrsI lL dId Alt1 tunder Crydon iIud Prof J H Garvin nchesitrI NEWS AND NOTES IRev A A Russell of Shehyviile hats accepted call to the 1pastoral care rf the Baptist Church Craw fordsville ridtndI entered upoi his workNo time thai this ccultl be selected to pay a subscription to this paper and new subscribers who are in arrears will do well to lbeau- this in mind Miss Birdie MI Wills of Lexirg ton and Dr C W Snyder of this city were united in marriage Thursday Dec 3ist at the restflei oe of the brides sister Mrs G P Russel1 Lexington Ky The second iirt at Paris Ky MissJ Maggie J Broaddus of Rich mond was united in marmgei to 1 Francis Wilson of the Kentucky Standard Lexington Rev R Quarles officiating Congratulations are in ordr Gen James Longstreet one of the most prominent of the Confede rate generals died suddenly last Sat urday at Gainesville Ga aged 83 years His funeral was largely at tended last Tuesday all classes joining to pay tribute to his mem ory Col Tiles C Campbell f New York tht distinguished criminal lawyer who has be come famous because iff his prosecution of the persons who havtbeen charged with cc mplicity in the murder of Senator Win Goebel four years oho died in that ciiy last Monday as H result of exposure in a shipwreck I at sea on a vy ahe to the Bahama Island The city off Berlin the capital of the German Empire his a colored coltuy lItabut1 Wo persons There are two American c ilIII red studentst attending the University uf Berlin namely Richard A Wright Jr Profess r of Hebrew in WiSbeiforcu Lnivcisity Ohio and T 1 D Lillaid pastor cift ccjhrci Congregational Church The Ailv late Charleston W Va got out a Wonians edition of iits papr lList week in homr of the State Wf nuns Federation which met in lhit city The lpapr way edited by woiren and was embel lished with cuts of prominent wo men who attended the meeting It was an 5 i teresting paper JIt is declared by those who claim to know that the great piosperity of the South is due to her cotton- iii crop This being true every Negro r farmer may congratulate himself on the fact that he has assisted in bringing about this happy conditionj ofaffalrsS W Christian Advocate I I I IThe retiring city council of Columbus Ga unanimousls adopted a resolution to place a suitable mar ble tablet over the grave of Bard Smith colored who unselfishly sac rificed his life on the 30th of SepI I tembr last in a brave but unavailing efiort to save the life of Super i intendt nt of Public Works Robert L Johnson who was buried by a i cave in during the progress of street I improvements I t I Something new under the sun L F Hall a colored man of Indi anapolis hes opened a tobacco fac tory where he manufactures sever al brands of twist tobacco Mr 1Hall is from the South where he learn ed the business Since being in Indianapolis he has managed a plant for a firm of white men which has gone out of business Mr Hall bought out the plant and has Cpl ned for himselfa complete establishment but in a smallway he iis an expert workman has plen ty of ci u rage and evirthngt bids fair for successEx1fl I It I Mis 1 L C Smith requests her I patrons and all ladies interested in their hair and complexion to call on liar during her 8 weeks stay at her present address Hair dressing minicure in l sagand faciz1 steaming 1 he Great East India i Wonder 250 1per box The Great East India Face Bleac i 35c The Great East India Face Soap 25c i The Great East India Hair Soap z5call complete for i oo Big I profits for agents Switches pomp i ii adours and wigs to order I Call on MRS L C SMITH I 520 First St J I t WalnutJI Hours 2 to 4 p m I j bit I POINTS ABOUT PEOPLE theiI I operation of a new train to Lexing ton last Monday morning to be I known as the Courier Journal Special IIIt willlleave Seventh St depot at 3 oclock and re ich Lex ington at 545 A MI 1 his will put the Courierjournal in the hands of its readers in Central and East ern Kentucky several hours earlier than usual This train willalso carry passengers Rev Win Johnson pastor of the Ninth St Church has removed to No 1138 Magazine St where he uu y be found or addressed in the future Mr W S Tevis who went to Chicago some time ago died in that city last Friar and his remains were brought to this city for burial The funeral took place fray Emmanuel Church last Monday after noon Rev JH Perdue officiating Miss Addie Lee Holly after a pleasant stay in the city returned to her home in Mt Sterling last SaturdayRev F Tevis of Shelbyvilie svas in the city Monday en route to Hopkinsville Mr Fernando Williams of Chicago spent Sunday in the city en route to Danville Miss May Charles of Frankfort hohisheen in the city visiting her mother of South Hancock St returned home last Sunday It is a mistake to keep money and valmble papers in trunks and boxes at home where they can ba asily stolen or destroyed by fire The Louisville National Banking Co Fifth and Market has the best Safetyf Vault in the city and it will rent boxes in which valuable paper money jewelry etc can be kept without danger of loss Rev EG Harris gave an elabo rate luncheon at his home last Fri Eouisillp Hsiionel Ranking Co t i r hf taJ Star + tiefi Boxes forr nt in Strong est Safety Vault 500- pfJr year and upward tay veiling in hn r I PHI 1 11P MilUr of Washington ID C I lit guests vurt all gentleman Il 11 ri eluded all the graduates of II nvardt ritytt I anda few other tnends A dtsilt fill evening was spuit I For the first ttime in a nun ber- of years Emancipation Day WH ob- I served with appropriate t xpni fs last Friday at the Central ChristianI i Church 13th and Green Sts The celebration was held under theI auspices of the Forum and it was I a very interesting meeting- jij MrrJ R Neighbors went to ILt jns ton on a short b siness ttrip this J I week i Miss Mari gle Iru 1rsff RichI mo dWtS united in neat rittg tit I RevI II Francis 1IIls n of Ixing I tin Jan 2nd at Paris Ky Rev Ouarles otTiriating Winter weather has been with us in earnest during the past week The river was cleared of ice last weekonly to be frozen over again by the cold snap last Saturday Rev C C Hates of the Lamp ton St Church was unable to fill his pulpit last Sunday on account of illness The ordinance off the Lords Sup per will be administered Green St Church next Sunday afternoon The ordinance of baptism will be administered the Fifth St Church next Sunday evening at the close of the regular service Mrs E W Haywood andsister Miss N nnie J Franklin of Nash ville are in the city visiting their sister Mrs Blanche Rogers 644 Center St Mrs Martha Atkins gave a very enjoyable reception Wednesday evening of last week in honor of her guests Prof and Mrs L Smith of Versailles Mrs M L Bonner entertained a number of friends and visitors at a reception last Wednesday evening at her esidence in Eighth St Mis Emily Burns and daughter Mrs Mary Dickerson gave a very delightful reception at their residence Magazine St last Saturday evening from 5 to 9 p in Mrs Hardie Hill and Mrs Mal field assisted in receiving The King Catch Well Embroid er Gob held their annual party at the residence of Mrs Stachio Dun can Madison St last Wednesday eve About 80 guests were present All enjoyed a pleasant evening long to be remembered Miss Mary Elizi Kelley daughter of Mr and Mrs Geo C Kelley of 827 Cawthon St ditd on MJD day of last week after a short illness and was buried front the resi dence on Tuesday the Rev J H Frank ID Dc fiiciating She I lleaves a host of friends and relativ es to mourn her do tho rNews from E ft ton Ky We hud our closing services of the year here Sunday Quite a large congregation was out to hear Rev P 1D Dennis preach his fare well sermon Rev Dennis has done a great work here for the Baptists and we feel proudof him When he took charge of the work one year ago things were very gloomy but now all is bright When the sum total of his work was footed up he had raised this year 1115 84 and 52 added to the church So you see Elkton is net dead Long may he live to work for thj Master J W WADDELL n Ir i 1 YOUR FIRST 1I lA- RIN BANKis at inspiration to you that will make it easi r and racier f r c u to SAYIvf Get lUt of our little sankautl tart j sayings account that A itl bear i I S per cent COMPOUND INTEREST or your savings 1 o e ienM of from 5c oo Call fur Ip Irti ulsrl11 Open Ivly uiRi p I flav until 71 KY3 dlJkII BANKII I I Filth and Court Place jii- i 4 Lt1i rrjIlQ i I IffiA-II I VYIi Paidup Cap tat 157000 Guaranteed Fund 100000 I Titles Exam ned an d In urea I Money Loa edon Re lIES ate First Mortage Real Estate Gold Bonds for Sale which net the buyer 44 per cent Bonds as small as 25 This ii tut best way to save MoneyO- FF CERSi- OEO A NKWMAN Fnswet ARTHUR G LANGHAM VICKI C M I PHILLIPS SKCKSTAXV NbMA MBr- GtO W J1 U 1clu1SONTNASYU-E lL tcUOX1noJIIDIRECTORS WM K UELKNA1 CHAS II UGHtlalr THRO AHRENSJh wxJ HOG N ARTHUR G LANGHAM JOHN D OTTta UEO A NKWMAX LW HAYS JOHN U Ilk n K C M PHILLIPS JOHN t ST KOI tiER OFFICE 234 FIFTH i 1 Telephone Main Ilid Home 11 Finest funeral Supplies at Low est Prices Calls Answered Day and Night I FALLS CITY UNDERTAKINGandEMBAlMING NCO101a7LD i I 4- I I I I I JAMES H HATHAWAY t tManage Proton ant t av4 ss Horne hone 2101 KKSIDENCF 41Hi K tiurncli 1HOlne Phumcetlr The GRESENT CREAMERY 1023 Twelfth St lou sr tot Ki THOS F PARKS I pRO IIUTO ICE CREAM Fresh Bucter Milk and Egp I DailyI art HOII Phone 5242 1 i r fL = r rJ IwT J 0 ICAS BAPTIST FRIDAY JANUARY 8 1904r omen as Well as Men Are Made Miserable by Kidney Trouble Kidney trouble preys upon the mind dls curoges and lessens ambition beauty vigor 4land cheerfulness soon ii disappear when the kid neys arc out ot order zsr or disea ed- Kidney trouble has t become so prevalent i j that it is not uncommon for a child to be born V afflicted with weak kid neys If the child urln ates too often if the rtne scalds the flesh or if when the child uhej an age when it should be able to intro the passage it is yet afflicted with u wetting depend upen It the cause of e difficulty IS kidney trouble and the first = p should be towards the treatment of ese important organs This unpleasant r uble is due to a diseased condition of the uoncys and bladder and not to a habit as rot people suppose l omen ss well as men are made rols oaivie with kidney and bladder trouble remodytSwampRoot is soon realized It Is sold Y druggists in fiftyIVjent and one dollar iisiI Yvu may have a innple bole by m11W t =rae also1 pamphlet tell Homo ot fimunpBoH nr all ahnut it including many of the itoatane oi testimonial letters received r 11 sufferers cired In writing Dr Kilmer fit Co Blrl ham on N Y be sure and jintior this par Dont tllke an mistake hut rcmem1 tf the saute Sw mtp Root Dr Kijmers b vamp Root and t ac address Bin j hanip tue N t im every tattle iEUREK RBSTUBAM N IK tr11th A C4rtn Sts LOUISVILLE KY 1iJuac Cu kinK Polite ServiceFa Ever 1 thinXeat J7Z Inviting cab at all hours to midnight everyday e are I 111 for ward to a first class hotel J H PERDUE PROPRIETOR S W JORDAN i SONS a 944 W Walnrt 8U LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY Manufacturers of aJ1 duds o- fFtaoy Oreans a d Ices lUcccllent Soda with Fruit for Prices and Quality Excelled By NoneT- ELEPHONE 3406Y Wm Watson UNDERTAKEREMBALMER fa A COH CHK8TNUT AND 10 ST8 Fctnishes Coffins Cases Shrouds anJ everything for Funerals Prjuipt services Reasonable tern rMISFACTON GUARANTEED Home Phone 5V Residence Sib E Jacob St Or V H Pickett rUVSlCJAN AND SURGEON orKicc HOURS SUNDAY ui to II am 10 to Ii a mt m paplea PRESTON ST LOUISVILLE KY 1J R NEIGHBORS The Elite PhJi9cpfr gmlargtag Bu1 1 us and Framing Sp ci HOME PHONE 4018 star W Walnut St LOUJHVILUC KY = Miltons Gate 1 Lps W BROADWAY LOUISVILLE Y Mtali at all Hours Best Service at the most Reasonable Rates IYE US A TRIAL S iii i 0 M F COLLEGE NOT F S Hopkinsville Ky Miss Irosa R Garrett B S Nashville Tenn Secretary to principaljlofJ ed last Saturday night She was formerly introduced yesterday morning and was given a grand ovation The comes very highly CirecommendedI till Ph D President of the Agri cultural and Mechanical College NormalAla from which she hails After the remarks by President Frazer in introducing Miss Garrett a very able address was given by Rev E Williams D DChairman of the Board of Trustees welcom ing her on behalf of the Board He was followed by a very eloquent speech from RevL B Banks BD of the Theological Department oil behalf of the Faculty Miss Garrett responded in a very fitting manner to all that was said and she was given the College yell by the students J have every rea son to be proud ot our new teacher and we hope her stay will be long and prosperous rapidlYiTheMessrs G L and G H1 Hender son Misses Maude Sand Mossi L1 Henderson of arnes Ky Miss America Moore city enrolled iin the Musical Department City callersMiss Arye D Stacker Mrs Annie B Boyd Mrs nnie Barker Mrs Fannie Vin roe Rev B J Garrett Visitors Mr Granville Drake MadisonAille who donated 100 Rev A M Samuels Murray Ky pastor of Mt Zion Baptist Churc- who donated 25 cents We received donation of 3 10 fro Washington St Baptist Churc- Paducah for which we are vet thankful We regret very mush to chronii cle the death of Prof J E Howse who ws buried in this city last Sunday He was a member ot our Faculty last year and was held iin high esteem by the student body His aged parents have our sympa ty We regret to announce that Pr- iI W Bass A B who his a taught several spring terms in o WestersKy Asylum this city last wee The cause ot his insanity is definitely known He held a firs class certificate in this county a 1 was regarded as one among t leading teachers 8 AN APPEAL TO BAPTISTS Will you give a space in the columns l of your paper for the follow ing letter We have secured Bro Jordans consent to go if our bret ren will only help AN OPEN LETTER TO OUR FOREI MISSION BOARD AND BAPTISTS GENERAL To Chairman Officers and Mem bers of the Foreign Mission Board of the National Baptist Convention and all other Bap tilts Dear Brethren The time for us to leave this country for Africa is at band 1904Wecountry five months beseeching our Board to give us a strong man for the church work of South Africa sorry to say we are about going away without the man 0 breth toaour people who sent us here when we go back to them without the man they sent us for 1 Brethren you not realize the sad condition our people What will they think or say about you as friends 1 Please brethren allow Secretary L Jordan tc go withus to So nththeAfrica to put our work into a g shape and better condition We beg to be saved from humiliation that awaits us should we return aloneHelp us brethren to help our tt I disIY- II help you in this great matter Tell us in your mayexpectWalnut St Louisville Ky if doitSOLANJI JZA I ty Ministers and Deacons Conference This body met Monday morning at Green St Church Members presentRevs Frank Craighead Gaddie Perdue J H Edmunds Ceeton Watson Coleman Warren towen Mack Reynolds Marrs Jacobs Richardson Brents Scott Ross Rhodes Merrifield SSmith Floyd J Davis Wm Reed Alex andr Johnson Parrish Lewis Brethren Riddles Generals Wright Visitors Revs J F Tevis D Lucas J L Adams Rev J H Frank D D presided and Revs J Davis and M Set tles conducted devotional sei vices REPORTS New HopeS S 25 collection 100 pastor preached one restored and one by letter 635 NewburgS S 25 20 cts pastor preached 4ooMt EagleS S 15 collection 20 cts pastor preached collection 00i StS S 75 collection 32 cts pastor and Rev S W War ren preached collection 2600 Little FlockS S 35 collection Allehn preached one for baptism collection t8 75 col1ectIoh GaYd preached two by relation collection 1 44 93 Ninth StS S 45 collection 70 cts pastor and Rev D Anderson preached one by letter collection 1665 Fifth StS S 160 collection 475 pastor preached Lords Sup P administered 13Hill39 pastor preached 2soofZionS S 46 ourpastor 0 collectinon Smikth IOooofconetC Hon 16 ctsone for baptism collec ndlion preachedbeAntiochS S 22 collection 38 pastor and Rev D Anderson preached three restored collection 700Clay St Shelbyville S S 30 Telp 850 vise Green CastleSoIS coil cullhe 3 Scotts Sta Pastor preached collection 400 BethelPastor INNCINCalvary S S 65 collection 195 pastor preached collecti 4844 Rev W H Craighead preached an excellent sermon from text i Col i 2728 Theme Christ the faun tion of the Gospelwhich was passedas the sense of the meeting Rev J H Perdue then answel ed the questions in the Query Box in a very full and comprehensive manner Rev E P Marrs D D Treas butover submitted his report for 1903 showing receipts 6140 expended 6115 balance 25 cents which was approved- we C 3 nmtttee an Program sub weredoapproved ofThe ivfoderatnr submitted ser ies of recommendations which were actionGAfter the usual announcements bynodI j Rev G W fiCocinKton Floy1II I I11MI xeUlqIThis body met Monday with the 1 I SHOPSON I I IIlYIerchont Tailor Cleaning and Repairing lie ttly done called for and delivered Special Attention to Ladies Work and Out of Town Order All new work Pressed Free of Churg 632 EIGHTH S- TloulYllle Kentucky Home Phone 4088 T TI3 THE OLOTHES THAT l LiANMasterson makes the uioris t I I cater to good dressers and quote tit vrv owest price I givenI 3sci1 1i AttentionI J Try our Regulation Trousers att if up Cleaning Dying and Repairing neatly done i EII MASTERSONI S W Oor West Walnuts s ii11lsyIlls Ky Ir 45 STUDY MEDICINE AND PHARMACY AT TIE l 1 p 1 i CollegeFIFTEENTHPays for profes lecturesnboard and room Ecrent r Ksare the property tliI t equipo Ilnunrivaled School of Medic ae I Irr1 Motithseaeb 1opporcontinues i i fctunUlesWteachinasa fll of each term Students tray 1II1 N if uuy tcna- ifmdeansod vetDeRar1mftnt of Pharraao l six raoolfel a mnntheachdesirealllreNIMedicine11y BURNEY M D Dean Loulaiil a1 U L KNIGHT Pres A Mgr R I SMITH Secrrtxr 0W H BROWN Teasurer W T OARNETT Collector W f I MA rj THE LOUISVIJfit i HITmii run t AND TAh t LILilLitJ 1 Z1TOORPOR4TJD D J 920 NINTH STREET BET CHESTNUT MUGAZINE Home Telephone 6776 Practical Horseshoeing Wagon Building and Repairing Heav Beksmith Work a Specialty Wagons of all kinds to loan while your repairs are being made Quick service ane satisfaction guaranteed Horses sent for and returnee to and from all parts of the city ii ANNIE L JOHNSON EDW HANSBERR Goods Delivered to all Partsof the City JOHNSON HANSBERRY JJAxmRZ1T GroceriesMeats VegetablesIProduce 807 Eleventh St Home Phone 4380 BEST PLACE IN THE CITY TAKEe YOUR MEALS AT THE ionsl Club STdaI Clean Linen and Courteous Attendants Evergreen Baptist Church Pas tor Price of Maysville was chosen Moderator prayer was offered by Rev J Fisher Members present Revs Holloway Hoffman Butler Henderson Johnson Hawthorn Fuller REPORTS BrocktownSS 7 collection 70 pastor preached collection 431 Wilhard StRev Butler preach ed collection 170 Maddoxtown Pastor preached collection 366- LibertySS 25 collection 4Scts pastor preached collection 325 Pleasant Green SS 50 collec collecltion FirstS S 41 76cts pastor preached collection 785 EvergreenSS 35 collection 15 cts paslor preached collection 390VersaillesSS 56 collection cts Rev R B Butler preached BethelSS 15 collection 2octs pastor preached collection 2oo After reports a committee was appointed to draft resolutions com rnemendifig Rtv W J M Price to Parishioners of Bethel Church new fiield of labor The critic reported and benediction was pronounced by Rev Full ler Dont wait for great things j for while you wait the door to the little ones may close Galax Leaf rOuxy Books Here 111ue11LBrief GO 1 00Our90V pst Pocket Websters Dictionary In usefulandt1 29lyliisI 00TUUlhlut and1nsitVfli ItemarkabloAnsnors 00Ior00wQlistsIrutlonv 1 60Two Hundred Sermon Outlines 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Dtoao hlohvback seats and PII11msc 65Vattbnled B Stt fileeplflST can Day Trains Lrtoalstrille73t3ttoArCbltxteltppaElegant 0celebrated nWbclc seats PaW art- Dining Ca- rLSummer Resorts Close connections at Chi boatshisfor the resorts of Michigan Wisconsin and Minnesota SrplThe remedial properties of the nrlotll t these famous resorts are world Unowned for chronic ailments of Stomach Liver Kidneys and Bowels You drink tM- waternature does the rest s11Dt tfrtwr hotel rater and full Information tt r H BACON Dlatrlct Pasa Ajt Loaiuaaa KT r 1 J a 4 AMBBIOAN BAPTIST FRIDAY JANUARY A i1904 041Yf R i APT SBda Saqqf 115SBB d- llatirAtiuic AIs piV AI SUNDAY JANUARY ITH THE BAPTISM AND TEMPTATION OF THE LORD Matt 3 13 4 n Motto TcxtH And lo a voice front heaven saying This is my beloved Son in whom I am we- llpleasedMatt II 3 Ii Then cometk Jesus from Gt1i1 lee to Jordan unto John to be bap tized of hintOur Lord was livr iug in Nazareth of Galilee and was now about thirty years old John was baptizing probably at the ford scar Betbabara But John forbade him saying I have need in be baptized of thee and comrst thou to t11tA tes timony to the sinless Hie the Lord had led in those silent thirty years 1John preached baptism as a symbol of repentance and he knew that he was a sinner though his had been a life utterly free from all vices grcnltI or small But this kinsman ut hi neededno repentance Suffer it to be so now for thus it becometh us to fulfill 11 right eousness Our Lord obeyed all the commands of God thus givingf the law a perfect obedience Baptism would meet his followers as the first duty after regeneration Therefore he would be bnptied the first act of his public ministry Our Lord did not pick and choose among the commands as to what was essential and nonessential Let no follower of his presume to do so John yielded without further objection And Jesus when he was bap tized went up straightway out of the water IIt has aiways been a mystery to me that Pedobaptists tlov- ing their Lord and reverencing himi itS the pious ones do could r ad this verse and yet be content not to be baptized as he was Suppose Gotd would consider obedience it would even then be a mystery that they do not insist upon following the Lords mode And lo the heavens were opened unto him and he saw the Spirit of God descending like a dove and lightingupon himJohn allo saw him descend but there is no reason to think that any others didj The sign was for JJohn During his life our Lord never used his divine power for him elf He lived as any ulan might have lived who was err tirely free from sin and was guidedl by the spirit as such a man could be This is my beloved Son iin whom I am well pleasedThen- C e words assured him that during th thirty years of his life of obedience he had fulfilled all the demands of the law andw ought out a perfect rightrousnrss to be imputed to hisi people I he voice was heard by John ad diI closed to him thediety of hi kuiMiian in a way that left n room for doubt Then was Jesus led upof the Spirit into the wilderness ItMark tells us it was among the wild beasts therefore it must have b en into a wild arid uninhabited place But where there is no telling The Holy Spirit dues not favor holy pi ices anti has wisely roneeiled from u a not all the places con uecied with the great events of that short life on earth Our Lord did not rush into temptation of his own accord When we are where the Spirit leads us we may be sure he will help us and we shall not be tempted above what we are able toI bear uTa be tempted of the devil Gods justice and equity must be vindicated to all his creatures He had placed the first Adam in the garden of Eden in the prime ofI health and strength and giving him cme 1IAPOD with which to defend himself from the snares of satan and that weapon was his word Adam had failed in the contest It is to be shown to all the universe that God had riot exposed Adam TJtostrength nor given him a weapon insufficient for his defense Tqc second Adam is in a wilder ness not in a garden is hungered after a long fasting He uses in his defense no strength that a human arm could not useno weapon but the weapon which Adam had had the Word of God And he vindi cates Gods equity and proves that Adam could have stood in his puri ty and have defended himself from Satans wiles with that one weapon Jesus had the omnipotence of God but here as through his entire life on earth he used only the strength which a roan has in his own defense or for his own aiding How much Satan knew of his antagonist we are not told If h I knew that before him was the Second Person in the Trinity the most which he could have hoped to ac complishwas to lead that Tenon to give up hi design of saving men going hack to heaven and leaving the race to the fate they richly de serve But nothing appears lean the story but the eagerness of the devil to make his antagonist dis trust rend disobey God To be tempted means to b tested Temptation in the sense i u hchwe use the wrd tod y wa impossible for an incarnate God 1He was tried in 11 points iike as we aster but no possibility of falling no inward leaning towards sin made the testing a temptation fn the sense in which the word is now used It seems from Luke that the temptation had lasted for forty day Matthew shows us the ending of it And when he had tasted fort days and forty nightswhicl Moses and Elijah tied both done be- foref him The ridiculousness of thi Catholic Lent is shown by its putting the forty days of fast at the en of our Lords life instead etat the begin ing of his ministry Iff thou be the Son of God command that these stones be made breadAvery easy thing to do Satans temptations are generally to dn easy things Our Lord never worked a miracle when asked to do it by one influenced by wrong motives He was standing in mans stead he was here the second Adam If he had used any power beyond mans strength either iin working a miracle or in resisting the devil he would have given Satan cause to say that God had been cruel to Adam in the garden off Eden in exposing him to temptation beyond his power of resistance Godct says Had Jesus yielded to this suggestion he would have vio lated the conditions of that earthly existence to which out of love for us he had submitted He would have surrendered his place as I ffederal head of his people and there would have been no going I j back to heaven leaving his chosen I ones unredeemed t j I oMan shall not live by bre- aaloneThe best answer to every temptation is to be found in GodsIjI Word Young Jews were to memorize large portions of the Scripture This iis found in Deut8 i Thus our Lord stand firm as our natural head Whatever was mans duty he will doIIBut by every word that pruceedeth out of the niiuth of Gufflie is speaking jphyiralnce3s God can Bocci 1life by other means by the of his power When God saw best 1 he would feed his Son hungryk tthough he be he will wait God i ttime Thus is Satan baffled in his efforts to make this second Adam eat He had succeeded with the first Adam and succeeded when he iwas neither hungry nor faint Then the devil taketh him up i into the holy city and setteth him on a pinnacle of the templeHrc had failed to make out Lord sur irender his place as maws epeest ra 4 tative he now assails him from another point The pinnacle of the temple was either Solomons porch- on the east side over the gorge of the Kedron or the Royal Porch of on the south side from which Josephus says one looked in to an abyss I If thou be the Son of God cast I temptationIperhaps Certainly it tempted to presumption It is generally thought also that it tempted him to show himself as the Messiah in away God had not decreed ndat a time God had not chosen If he was the Son of God among men he wished them to recognize and re ceive him If he came suddenly among them in the temple area borne up by angels coming apparently from the heavens the people wouldwelcome him with acclama tionAnd piousefor the Vance Our Lord has quoted Scripture He can quote it also He quotes from Psalms 91 n Satan is in a hurry God never H wishes the Lord to declare himselff quickly and in such a way as to con vince the people at nce jrMis willI follow Gods plan for making ihim itl1 this bustling age when worthy people knowing tl at the end to he ac imc1 zodns plans for doing his own workanti adopt the ways of the world and off the Crtholics in order to hurry matters The object was a must excel I tent ode Christ had come into the world to reveal himself as the N es siah for the acccptau c of his peo pie Satans plan was much speedier thae multitude and would as far as hu man eyes could see accomplish the pork Never forget that the ieans ire to be just as mnch Gods as the resultsIt is written againOur Lor Scripturedvith Scripture The Scriptures cannot contradict themselves Hence if any interpretation we put upon a promise is contrary to a command is in thfs instance the i terpreta tion is wrong Thou shalt not tempt the Lord thy ood Test him put nim to the proof to see iiff is able or willing to keep his prom ices We must trust Gods veracity unquestioningly Presumption I is not faithit is a great sinjj The secand tempt This second Adam had not too little faith in God nor a presmptious confidence In both instances he was empted to try either ways than Godsthat is in all three ten pta tions to try other ways than Gods which shall do Gods work faster I himIselfwas slow in feeding him to show l i himself i s the Son of God with such i pepnIPlc I after Gods slower way And to get the earth as his inheritance by momentary act Gots work must greydt iesson remain forever fixed in our minds udP into an exceeding high mountain I ij Where we do not knowIIAnd II sheweth him all the kingdoms of the j world and the glory ut them i j Made them pass before him as in a l vision for Luke tellsI u it was in a i moment of time resnpoweroeft I voluntarilty i to surrender on the small condition retiringSruler a momentary obeisance For I there is no reason to insist that the Greek word translated means more i than to do homage But so do ho l mage to Satan Is to worship himij i The Lords anger is aroused answers sternly Satan flees The I second Adam has stpod the testing and Gods kindness and justice toII the first Adam is vindicated forever i t The Phelps Hall Bible Training School i Connected with the Tuskegee Nun teal and Industrial Institute ut Tnakw gee Ala otters exc ptiuimi opportuni ties to preparefursitu of tthf inHiniiioii iin to It ford young men null wt mi jtcniiiprh iis vo knowledge of the English Bible and Ilo Implant in there h arts HU atmhttium to iulic1 iietlifirl livtirf totli flHVLtnu and Christ itmiHCtou of their race Stu r quired tofu mirmionary wo 1 k in the vurioub church H d Sullty uhoiiH near thi institution and report on same I each week The teaching In the Bible school Iifo i wholy undftiomiuutionul the intfii tion t eiuK noi t1 ippoHe or utitutonize Ii uiy theoiogiialI work fow befog done out rather ti tnHint all thiioiniuiitiouHi Philprt flail s three Hiorim high It I contains a idiipblI Ii racy reading unto otthd but I three recitation rnoin b corset forty rooms or doriiiitiir urii Joe kv liMuar iviiny JH in i bYRtvUadjon A tllHlial IOUIMM of lecture i riven each year in tnH itible pulinolI by Dr C O Uot1 + ot Slum Alb RL Rev George W CliiU n of N Cand 1henr limn no Hhlett also Ucturf ftom Unit ti I Tilt tPnrhinq la frPR rlt rout r I ho r iriMiiniim lurme tn in tight purlcult I undryi c It dJlIti ltare pr m nih S 111l ntr tire trloI1HppiMtnnil i winkI two o Idirej llul1 IKTM ull thin nmouit tW1 mouth In om4 OIL ll4 arruiiuriu titn IMII hn matte t woik out tin eiil ire unl Iark o- tifuiit nti d ilfliai nc i Kurt MT in forinarion if de4irtm1evil1 be reitiued by ntil1iPMainglit01KRR 1S1rNrTnSfPr1nIf1 + B nI n 111u l folic t real IurtnutrIutkrlae j MISSOURIPACIFIC RAILWAY Via ST LOUIS and KANSAS CITY lo andtthet PACIFIC COAST I0t HLE DAILY MRVICH- CAFK DINING CARS Ma1tt 1 la Carte KIHCTRIC IirIITKD TRAINSI j RONI MOUNTAIN 1 mm1 VIi 1l1 t1flISIt 10 lUil P11GKr gull Points in TKX AS MKXICO1 fandCALIFORNIA DOUBLE DAILY SERVICE DINING CARS Meals a Jla Carte ELECTRIC LIGHTED TRAINS tor Fuhr r Information Advertising Mater etcAdJejJ R T G MATTHEWS Tray 1axs Ayt Room 202 Equi able Bldg H C 1U1vN5lNIJnll St lOLISl HOUSES AND LOTS FOR SALE linto West End Also in South Louisville WHY PAY RENT when oathese beautiful lots at Fift cents per week without interest andS soon own vour own homeFor call at the office o L M Kr WEISS IIna rhc t II tie I EM SIDELL SCHIIADM STONED COMPANY I I I Small Loans and Real Estate SolidiiI tors Watches Jewelry and I all kinds of Merchandise I lBought and Sold J 539 W Green St Louisville Ky BUUXtYt BELL KMlni l I Tin k 1111UIYlU tu III outIus fHCCtS AUkm 01 U Lust M BNt A LOUISVILLE rUNERAL DIRECTORS First aII i r JiteJ A cff her tier Fuuenfc P8twt tttJC1 iof Co ijs nc3C Ierai I Calls answered Day and Night Funeral Car and Hacks at tar iovl1 wan any otter Firm in the City Try the New Firm and be convinced Cor lHb A Walnut Ms PheDe 309bw erWMti Get in t hQ HenflersonEoute Habit Kentuckians OfficialI Route toihe Worlds Fair City Fll1est ILoSCU lr vitv thnujrh i1 i OIIM Chboro and fvNliMvlllr to ill Kint tin U MiIft HomesItrs or CilonM lixrnrMons iFv III1e lh Ul ASK US FOR RATESI ruts anj where 11 Es erg uher FIRSTKGARRHTTCityIus eiuter Agen- tt1 IxcUIX GtuI1 PuiMeiiuer AKOIII IOlISVIlIK KKNTUCKV h h A CHANCE IN TA LIFE TIME j O1respectablel colored I easyUStreet hive opene 1 vhit is known as Lincoln Court Sub division on Vtit Hnniviy and 35th Street A beautiful pllt- of tiirjju1 cout lining 126 lots This property fronts on Bra- WlY 1 40 ft and it runs north i6o Ibeet within Iso feet of Cheit n it StrG t us ii iia tii Sj fiil wil ruining to an ally This suburb has all the advantages of city improvments water i i elti trio lttt an I sztftf connections lirovJviy will be saved to Vesiern Prk and street cars will run to it this year REMEMBER THERE ARE ONLY 126 LOTS in all and several of them have been sold II you wish to PMI chaste a ajme in a select neighborhood where only firstclass colored people will be pernitte1 corns and see us at once No city taxes improvements cost you nothing p H MCDONALD SON 237 FIFTH ST LOUISVILLE KT HOME SEEKERS Excursions at very LOW RATESt- o many pawls tn the lull wing territory Artzoim olralu I diau Fri r tore Iowa IKansas Micltitautlittuevotai Missour Nebraska Nev Mexico North Dakota Okaiuina Soul1 Dakota Trxas t tall Vis 0isin anti Vvoiniiig over th- eBig Four Route Selling dates December 1 and 15 1903 January 5 and 19 February 2 and 16 March 1 and 15 April 5 and 19 1904 For full i form ition and pnrticulxrs as to rte libels unit sop over privi l eges etc vaI or Agent Big Four Route or address the IfrsiMiedl WARKI5NJ LYNCH Oeiirril Pawnger and film ARetu CINCINNATI O J GATES GeneralAgt Louisville Ky rWinter Touiist Tickets I now on Male viu J S I 1- Ift I FLORDIA11- 111GulfCoast Points Route of the Famous Flordin Limited Finest Dining Car Service in ths South For Rates Folders and Descriptive Matter write to C L STONE Ben I Pass Agent J LOWAVIILE JtY I HAVE YOU MADE UP YOUR MINDt WHERE YOU WANT TO j G0 VeIi or Southwest I IF TO THE VEST OR SOUTH WEST WHY NOT HAVE YOUR TICKETS READ OVER THE HENDERSON ROUTE You cau get better service I I CHAIRICARS ON ALL EVENING j iT R A I N S BETWEEN KEN TUCKY POINTS AND ST tj LOUIS AND THE WEST AND SOUTHWESTThe only liur tba does it THIS LINE IS RECOGNIZED AS THE OFFICAL ROUTE FOR CONFORTABLE TRAVEL BET W EEN KENTUCKY POINTS AND TIlE WEST AND SOUTHWESTGet the Henderson Route Habit II ROUNDTRIP HOMESEEK ERS AND ONE WAY COLO NIST RATES IN EFFECT ON FIRST AND THIRD TUESDAYS OF EACH MONTH Ask us for rates and ask us first 1 J IKVIN GIO L CKRRKT- Tcenl passgr Agt Tray passjjrAgt JOU1SIIJ E tit DRSSTONEPhvscian and SurgeoD oOFPUJI aOCBHA8- KrtIDENCK 542 LAURBL Si el- fIReAtl p 1 Ii80 to 10 P M 7 to a A M 280 to 980 p u And at Rig 130 to 780 689 W Green St Up Stain t id at Red Crou Sanitarian y Sixth Street Tel Mttjr