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fMlibfulfst foutstepa one day at a RdLtiweIII IJamesBuokham I tirOarFriend Ike Drvggi tII It I p eastre io testify to the generally bigti character e f druggist But be caUMu of a fi w zcpptionri to th rule it is utos ary to C aution the public to be on iruard t gains Imitations of Ferry ji Davis Painkiller Set that ou get the I right article tbe soothing belpfal Pain Siller that was used in your family bee fort you wire born Dont be talked Into buying a sub Iitute There Iis but one Palnkllltr Party Davis ANNIVERSARY ADDRESSES PaprrM Read nt the 27th Anniversary I of the prttoratc of Rev C Smother D D with the firat Baptist oburch Versailles Ky Dr Carey Smothers ITasa Character Builder by Emma K Jones 1 Lot Virgil slug the praises of Augustus i the nation pay homage to its heroes the grand od Comuiouweltb of Kentucky portray the noble virtues of tier gallttut sous genius celebrate merit aud flattery extol the talent of toe g eat the short and simple auual iu t jo records of an humble serraut in tie vineyard f lie Masters cause eu iruM uy pen Wiiilt I record the his tarry cf his Ibflueuoe upon a noble though I peak of an earnest I r of tbe gospel I describe a 00 11atluctur I ask uu eloquence to ausUt tusk for noblH worth rejects of an oraaient io set it oil In spite of the many obataoles that bave prrttBted themselves to Impede his progress aud obt jk the influence of blI latop tbe subject of this occaiiun baa lit vel fall d to man I estan ardent earnest aud pesistenl effort to develop mug this people noble specimens of pure wowauhuud aud ma bood From tula sacred rostrum his eloquent voice has Otbu board tor 27 yearn m Impress ve and pleading tones Impartiug a knowledgi of Integrity induatiy aid Intolllgtjuoe a trio of virtues which lay at the very foundation of our lifework Iu the busy thicngbfares oi every day life and In dealing with his J heIpr ached In cu muigliug amuug bUlb irleudri aud toes be Las never failed to tiemuuktrate a pure aud epotlebS char au er Tvklug a retro peqtlve view of o Iueages and penulug the uagew of n- ltUlboll1 profaue aud socedfromt- he very dawn of olvilisatlou to the preseut then uai fully Bearchiug the rank of the great m u of today throughout tile uutvrrc aid you can fiud uo buwau belug under the canopy tf the 0lotinl dome who has set a betttr example uo a cbaracti builder iu his owu community by m ulfeatlugpfrsoL al fiitu M than the man III defenno rot whose honor 1 speak You may find tttoae above fame has goue farther aruuud the wurld or who bve Indeli bly written their names among the furrmont rouktt of tbe great because oi daring firomoted some great cause I t4e having doue some noble deed Bn arid sa Hill you dud a man who hi a fir 27 years cf ooutluuoue ad uubrok 1Darrvl1 lu UD ooiumulty witbout aieffle thlug to come up against him darlug the entire time to mar blartcr t rd or pj ot his foaractir I believe a ohr does sure towards shaping 4har oter of a community than sty el1e la It No cum can justly i K y- ri 1 1 T claim the tttl jrof the pet who is not a c JUUdr If he does he hRS chosen iw wrong pro tension and ought the shadow aud missed the substance- It ila not the pleasant miles the high sounding worth nor the beautiful 4Piit nces ttit a preacher uses that af fects the life and character of his con gregation and community hot it Is the life In lives before them Your life id the index of your character and not your smiles words and sentences Tbe preachers jonveroatinn walks and con duct should beof such nature that they will bear ImlbtiFor he does more to lufluence the life and sentiments of hiM people In this way than any other We can truly say without fear of con traoiotion that our beloved and honor ed fellow citizen in whose honor we ae assembled tonight has not fallen shirt of aay that I have said during the entire 27 years of ha pastorate in our midst We have always been able to point to him with pride and honor In ret put to tuo noble virtues and spot tree character for which the name Dr Carry Smothers stands be is loved aud respected by all wbo know aim at home an abroad legardlrss of p cition denomination or color Nobler princi pals than thisa for which gala name has stood lor Io these many years never disturb the peace of man t s The Growth of Education Under His Pastoiatf by V a Blautou The growth of education has been dieouuaed so much sod from so maay poluts of view that it las made fur its If au individual record So Impor taut is its bibtoty that no person can be properly ptepaied to face lifes duties without being acquainted with its pages Hisory iu aiy sense of the tee m Is a record of some kind of deg el opment or progress Every person and every thing in nature must undergo a stales of development before p Ttction or maturity can be attiiued The same law governs the developnieut of the citizenship of a village Its does that of the state or nation Because the same cud in deiIIved in each If a successful management of bffjiira Is necessary in riie great body politic of the Uutiou it IB also utotsaary in a community The record of tue growth of education throughfUt the universe since the thoughts of men began to widen wltb tne progress of the sun haa peen de fined aa the record of the development of the human soul This definition was proposed in order to Inspire the tattoos of the world to climb higher and higher up the ladder of fame and ac couipliab nobler acheivements day by tray until they bave indelibly left are ord of tut ir growth on the pages of tbe worlds history lu obedience to the Uw which binds the greater institu bone and organizations to the leaser nations to tueir subjects and races tt- Iudividuald it has been found utcessa ry un this auspicious occasion to bring to remembrance a brief record of the growth of education In this oommuLi ty that the life unfolding prootses uow affecting tbe IUd and mind of the budding oilizou iu this vicinity might be quicueutd that they may receive greeter inspiration in preparing them selves to fight Ufee battles and tnen be enthused to gather fresh courage and more ambition to overcame the appir Utly resisting forces aud above all things tbat they may strive with great er zaal to use their knowledge and in lid Cd to build to the credit of the com uiuuity that gave them blrtb noble speomtfUB of au hone8titdu ui ue and luielilgcutoiiziiiabip In diHOriliug to you this lbase of work in our com munity 1 shall not borrow the wings of an eagle Iud fly to the summit of Mt Pig iBDUB to beg information of the muse nor shall I d scdud into pandl mnnlutii to consult Lucifer but I shall endeavor ta relate the truth as I bave gaiued it from tbe lipsof older oitlcjna who bav ep nt their lives in tbe pit as ant Valleys ou the beautiful slopes and along the q rlet streams of old Wood ford aud in the rustic through fare of Versailles Twenty seven years ago as 1 can llearn from eyewitnesses I there was but little education among ptopie in tbi oomuiuuity All ofIlour teachers were foreiguerv Our Oboolii were poorly quipped and run on a very miuutiv scalp Fur many years the school was held first one p son and then another The majority of tbe congregation that attended our churches were illiterate or uuable to rtad aud write Organs and ch ir were not permitted pUce within these cored wail C lrel doctors would not have be n supported ant piofesslonal1I musician wire un itard of We had many h neat resp qlable and earnest II wen and W men to come among us aa teachers but on the account of tbe on fovrable condition of affairs they could not stay long enough to effect much good Methodists and BapUsta v t J tl t 1fl Ja R 0 0 E1i eIr t1Cbad little dellnp with each other la Bpiteoiitt unfavorable oondlftori of afttha that once bversbadtwdd ILli8 community the star of progress and improvement oontluued steadily rising along all lines until the effect of ita rays IB felt and seen throughout both the town sod county Organs have been allowed in the churches choirs have been organized and carefully managed by efficient leaders and the music is enjoyed by the old at well MS the young The majority of onr con gregation are readers which is a great help to the nil isters and the church at large The town ia now supporting two doe tor OUR of whom I am proud to say fa- a homes boy Ap to music our angina is decidedly brit r Httd wfJ have more mu tldaus tban we bave instruments on which to play Wherein our oity school once held ita srsslons sometimes here and sometimes there in 1888 89 through the influence of Mr Lewis Wil lams and the Board of Trustees C Minnln A Sfeircy and Wm Brown we purchased our first school building In this build lug echo 1 was taught for several years until it was finally des Toyed by fie at trr which through the wise manage ment of Superintended M B HUt er and the generous heartedness of boud of eduoatlou a find brick rurcltyII rouaiuing a chapel sz rooms iwo halls And a library baa been erected for the I benefit of our children and supplied with an tffluelnt corps of teachers all of whom are citizens of this community The system of our city school work stands on a parity with the best in the state This school bas done more and belter work within the past five erItban It has ever done before and contlnI UM to improve each year Tbe students which it sends out compare favorbiy with those who nave finished similar grades any where In too state or out ofI it These evidences of improvement BOuIItofuture K hUe our beloved pastor hallI not been actively engaged in the school room he uaa always given his influence t and labor to tho promotion of i duoallon al Interest in botb town and COUDtyI Today tbe three churches of our town with their three pastors stand together in brotherly love One always ready and willing to telp the other realizing that in union their is strength May the great Judge of the universe ever keep tbe lamp of progress burning thetongue of integrity talking tbe hands of indus try working and the brain of intelligence thinking in our mid t till earthly toll ball cease For fie wbo wait to haviIhis task marked out shall die and leave his errand unfulfilled A Victory io boPrnd ef is tbe final and absolute cure of a sore tbroat in which the rawness and tender ness have been spreading dangerously near those guardians of lite the lungs The luxury of a soutd throat and roblt lungs a most keenly enjoyed by people who having suffered all the consequence es ofua little cold you know bave been rescued trout misery and danger by Allens Lang Balsam 11 A Yeas Book and Guide You frequently hear mention of dead languages Well tome tact are even deadtr but these are not tbe kind the Tribune Almanac deals in By way of veryfviog that just take a curso ry over tbe issue of 1904 which Iis now on sale It is not an almanao in tbe dictionary sense of tbe word but it Iis really a ready reference and guide book containing everything tbat such a corn pilation ougbt to have And tbe mate rial has been garnered and sifted and tt stei with tile utmost care so as to secure absolute accuracy or at least get as near to it as honest painstaking endeav or will take one Herein will be found a perfect gold mine of imormation on topics of inter j est not only to Americans but likewise to all who care to know about us out laws population officials and so fortb I And by tbe wiy if you hvc any friends In Europe jjust send them a copyI and see if hay dont appreciate it There Isnt anjtblng misting in the way of tecords which the average man will want to know about It doesnt matter what tbe sub J ct game laws p n li n legislation sporting statistics taut about universities colleges patrl otlo societies population public officials OflNewOfl teU1laICto say that of ft hundred sad one thjogs a sane person wants to know at least ninttyaine sJU be found in The Tribute Altaanae JJUI v FOR BOYS EMORY DORUITORY TUSKEBEE INSTITUTE TUSKE6EE ALA I t Tuskegee Institute The but ding shown above is Emory Dormitory recently erected at Tueke j gee lustltnt It is given by the well know Ohio family of morys and the dom rs have agreed to continue giving buildings of tbe same size and struot ure until the congestion at Tuskegee so far as the comfort of the young men is concerned is relieved Tne building shown above is a two story brick structure rectangular in shape and was built ly the students of tbat school the brick b Ing manufactured by them JIt is forty feet two inches by ona hun dred and nine feet outside dimensions jA hall eight feet sevsn inches wide runs through fhe long wty of the build ing at each end of which on first story dot ra are provided A cross hall eight feet ten inches wide runs in the center of the bulling which has a stnirway leading to the second story This hall has a doer at the end opposite the stairway forming the main entrance of the National Conference of Colored Teachers I am sure it will be of interest to the readers of your valuable paper to know fthe movement to organize a National Conference among tbe colored teachers of tbe country Is receiving the most hearty indorsement of the leaders in education in almost every state Such men as the distinguished Dr J W E Btwen Gammon Theological Seminary and Dr J M Ben derson of Morris Brown Atlanta Ga President N B Youi g of the State Normal Institute of Fla Presi dent M W Dogan of Wiley University and President Lovlngpood of Sam Houst in College bhot Texas Dr Lew is B Moore Dean of the teachers Col lege of Howard University Principal tf Bruce Evans and Pof A U Craig of the Armstrong Manual Training School Washington D C President James B Dudley of the Agricultural and Mechanical College of Nortb Caroline President Johnson tf Virginia Normal and Coleglate Institute Prof Scarborough Pteiident J H Jones of Wilberffree Uulveralty President G W Hayes of VirglniaTueologloal 8sm iuary and College Major R R Uoton of Hampton Insiitutv Hampton Vir ginia Principal K L Blaokshear Prin cipal Prairlevlew State Normal School T zas Pi inoipal Isaac Fisher and Pres ident Joseph A Booker of Arkansas Dr D G S enders of BIddle University lj North Carolina President P F Allen of Lincoln Institute MUsourl and Principal Waring of Baltimore Maryland with a large number of oth ers are most heartly in favor euob an organlZitlon Letters are coming in dally indorsing the movement Perhaps 1 should say that it is not In our minds Jo sever connection with tbe Nati mal Educational Association in any degree We feel tbat we should be in closer touch with that body The Southern Educational Association while a distinct organization does not in tbe least entertain the idea that Its members shall Dolt have membership in the National Educational Asaoola Lion We shall no doubt when organ tbelNameetingsThere meat questions and quit tons along racial lines which ought to encourage the attention of the colored teachers in ft way that would sot in terett the masses of the teahera of the white race For this reason these questions cannot ba taken up by ikViNftttOBftl Educational aaaonlatlon r il tlJ i 11 1W rrOo1 f 1 buildingThe rst floor oontians 18 bed room and a sitting room i the second floor contains a 20 bed rooms making 86 bed rooms and one sitting room The bed rooms average nine feet four inch es by fifteen feet thus accommodating two boys to each room Each room has a window Etch room contains a closet four feet by tour feet The openings in these closets are provided with cm tains hung on poles curtains being used intsead of doors 1 be cur tams are six feet highland aa thefinish ed openla11a about seven feet four inohes high this leaves a space of sixteen Inches between the curtain and top of the opening thus giving a god ventilation The bricks are laid in dark mortar The building is covered with Cypress shingles stained red Three porches are provided i a small one porch six feet by ten feet placed at each end of the long hall protecting the entrance =without ignoring the foremost object of that bodythat isto do the great est good to the greatest number of members For interest much mast be made of home life in our teaching A discussion of this subject would be out of place in the National Educa Lion Convention where a large major ity of the teachers knowing nothing of the home of the Negro except at atoond hand On the other hand in an association of the teachers all of whom are constantly in the home of approIprJatosubjects cf which the same may be said Certainly no color line will be drawn as to membenbip The teachers of the race should not be contented not to be heard from as teachers in this great struggle for uplifting the race They are no seconds ry power in this work of civilisation No set of peraonsI Mdone mire or can do more for it tkan the faithful teach era however little they may be taken into count Why should not we like other workers get together under stand each other and make one solid front for the advancement of educa lion A call for this organization meeting will be issued early in the spring The time and place for tula meeting are yet to be settled upon We shall be glad to have suggestions upon tbese points Such men women and mate vial are being secured for the program as will make the organizing meeting most interesting and helpful JOHN R E Lm Head of the Division of Mathematics Tnskegse Institute Tuskegee Ala NEW ERA INSTITUTE This notice will inform the brethren when and where I will hold Institutes Frankfort Bethel Feb Si SO Richmond Corinthian March 26 Midway Pigrim March 2931- Maysrille Plymouth April 1814 J London April 211 Mt Sterling Evergreen May 11 18 Campbellsville Mty 95 87 Berea June 8 10 PtQI imiatara sad all ckriatlaa workers in these vtoraititf are urged to attend and help in tile great ktlae Impulse aol imparanee of which have not bees fully raaluwd Btiagjoar Bi ble with you Yours in the wok RcB BUTLXB State Iftaaioaiurf for Cutara Yes- too t i JrtJHi 1jt 11 jt 1 and a front porch twostories bifknine feet by 60 feet on the front aide Tbe roof of this long piazza la covered with tin- Both first and second toffee are celled overhead with narrow yellow pine beaded ceiling The other inside flnlaludindinK beIDIIUppUfrom plant at tile Trades Building and was bte41by t used on the piazza sere gotten out IB a the wood turning shop and among some of the largest columns yet toned rut by t le young men of tbat divis ionAll the plans wiredrawnurobltectnrlldrawing buildingwasboildlag expert a graduate ofthe Ifiiatoioietti Institute of Technologyrti To the Superintendents of Children 9 Sand Auxllaly Ie the B WE C Dear Sisters Iagain appeal to wii the interest of the Childrens Baad We came from our last Convention very much encouraged over enrfinancial f success but we must continue to workrr accomplish our under This work should not be confined to a taw but to tbe many Baptists of the State of Kentucky Tbe women are taaklsg aGdouble effort i we obildrea went to de likewise Plan some way that yon cfttt I get tbe children interested ShaveregularlyWe tile children send us for our work bat ws want them liaised to do religions work that of earblessedattra blessed to give tban to receive gv Ue assistance of the Lord we hope te do more this year than we bave ia any pre vious year May peace andi remain with yetIservatt followlnaSchool Sanfef February 7 N Street H Loulavltle It 14 Hill Street HopIIAntoobMarch It 13 Centennial Emmanuelr StreetAprII Streeti17 Little Flook StreetMay Streete15 RerSh UiGreen CattleU PewJune12New burg MOUIK WiLUAitt v State Secretary of Ohlldreat Lad8W1 Sixth at Louisville Ky IPOll OVJOL SIXTY YsU21 1 MKS WzRKoWs Sovnovo haP b11 bees used for over sixty yetnljitOUttji of stotkan for their ckiMrw wkila tatth lag with perfect rife WL It SSIIIe tbS child aotttM tile gents allays all fate curs wind colic tail ktkt btja 1forDiarrJasmfarsritmsdiately Iota by slrtgvJslsj in tvtry part el tile world tajasMjf vt cents a bottle Bt ears aid aakJsr Mat Wintltws ling jnfMII ftaj e M l jJ1of ti bt J tlh CuT- L q L AMEKTCAN ft TTST FRIDAY FEBRUARY 12 1904 JI AMERICAN 84Pfl S KSTABUBHKD 1879 1PUntTSFi1DJ fl 11QFPIC 710 FIFTH ST LOUISVILLE KY i saraa t ty In advnnfx i2- as MLNTBSII 75 VHWtt ICOHTHS II 40 COPY PRBBWl 11oef 0 Ie My a a whoteiItlead p ia ua I eas d catsy9V paper shows ct what I IntI yea Rlar tare ptymtnt pali Is arses both um rccciut and If prop r credit ku mot bed gea within two ot tr t vet Iron ciar f18CAa notify us A zc arr tr otof u thing to Post Offi a el I f Jdrep 0 that taal De 110 erne or oelar t- rI per p A 1KCDAY FEBKlARY 12 1903 1 tTUREC years ago by suggestio- offtreI by Dr C S Morris th 11 Foreign Mission Board accidental I ly planned a rally for November on Bible day This was to some extent getting on the Publishing Boards territory Secretary Tor dan called the attention of the Board to it and at once sent a apology and the mistake corrected r i ut to our surprise last week then appeared an announcement in th Nationall Baptist Union to the el- ii tpct that the Puolishitig Board wa I gpjng1 to issue an Easter pro t 411Ir e or exert se tor the vat i Missioi6 1 tfaard has been observing for Iihr past several years to raise specialI curings for Foreign Mission This is a mistake and should b correctedat once fr while no in national wrong was intended iilt t isabsolu ely sure that it will work f great injury to the Foreign Missio work and probaby prevent th paying oi the salaries to the mis i sionaries in foreign fields as has been the custom at this season t f I I theyear beetii1 especially set apart for Foreign PeoPItt e j ure understanding it and helping support the missionaries it will do fJnoI good for another Board to select y I aintf 1 1ventthe tttention of the few schpols and churches that al e just 1 n II missioIr I rk Besides iitt all T of our rrganizdf departments noNt doing all they shoud for Foreign Missions thy w 11 surely not ap l c thatft may wrong our missionaries thou i wads of miles away There w ihould be concert ofj action bet t twert the Boards of the Convent i t z jjoVajid each fully respect and f jc syppgrt the rights of the ether IfubOl Ij t10 y t tWH TEVER may have been the reasons for the indefinite postpone ment of the Hefftin bill to disfran j iris6 the Negro vote in this State i is evident to the casual that the Louisville Herald is in t r ror in insinuating that the liqur 1 1tntersts h Ve been benefitted h I thatt vote an11 woof lnse PQwerlf elirrinatedILfind on Hint account had secured ar change in the plans of the advr k cates ol that measure Our peo1 J plein many cases indulge in thej use of intoxicants but it is alep a mattr ul record that wherever local I option lawshave been adopted in this State it has been done NegroJhave been done without that votteII The Negro has enough Sins to atone for without having other bur dens placed upon him but in this case he is almost willing to accept In reason offered for the prstI ponement or defeat of this meas iye Rasons avail but little now tbu land the result is very satisfactory satisfying to our people for It Sitiidh they are profoundly grate afyhy 1ii 1 np4r+ t 1 M Trtife Bradley Bill to extend to the fifth and sixth class cities oft 1 this State the provisions of tbeI registration law and to compel1 each yoter registered to take a cer F I 1L C tificate registration and to pre venf the same at the polls as a re quirement for voting has become a 1 lw Tjhjs titeasurq upon its face seems do be perfectly just and per haps is necessary but it will allow large opportunities for questionable methods in elections We want to urge our people to be ex ceedingly careful about the matter of registering and then carefully retaining the certificate until the day of the election Efforts will certainly be made to obtain these certificates by purchase ant1 other means as a man will be just as completelyi disfranchised without a registration certificate as if he had been disfranchised otherwise AFTER an extended agitation a way bas at last been found by which gambling can be suppressed Barthn thrt isk and whether it is permanent o not he has succeeded in ridding the city cf gambling at least for the time being It took courageI to taKe this action but when the moral sense of the people was demandned it the acting Mayor give the order in which the Boardttf Safet onley the work ofa few hours Some few held out but when the slot nachines were confisicated it was oon realized that the Mayor was in earnest and tg moling ceased Mayor Barth is to le congratulated upon his firm stand and for the icolJ accomplished Time wil1 hrpermanently enforced or not wholen Baltimonelast Sunday was equalled only by the great Chicago fire of 1871 and entailed a loss of 125000000 and strange to say only one life ann75 squares of property Were de siroyed during the raging fire olt twentyeight hours duration Ful ly 50000 men are thrown out of employment and there is mud suffering but the authorities have announced their ability to provide what is necessary without outside assistance The fire district iis gaurded by soldiers and quiet and order is being maintained The people are showing hopefulness and are determines to overcome their great loss and resume busiI Hisst TilE burning oia c lored man Luther Holbert and his wits atI It the stake by aniniunated mob last Ii Sunday at Doddsville Miss was the ending of a terrible tragedy which resulted in the death off eight personstwo being killed by I the Holberts and six by the mob under the guise ofa posse The Holberts no doubt deserved severe beeradministered s I t vieratterYa daysf chase by blood hounds But instead of this when they were in custody they were hurried to Dod sville and under the very shadow ofa church where religious services were in progress they were tied to the stake and burned A severe retribution must follow such justice or vengeance IN another column will be found Execultivetion relative to the appointment off Rev C H Parnsh D Das one I of the delegates to the Worlds Sunday School onvention to beheld f in Jerusalem The Boar warmly approves the suggestion for Kentucky Baptists to assist iin providing funds to pay the expense I of the trip and we hope the church eso Sunday schools and friends will1 comply with the request of the Board i If I Faith is the key that unlcclp the cabinet of the promises and emp ties out their treasures into the soul Watson I o u NEWS AND NOTES I The long expected war between Russia and Japan has begun in earnest with a victory at sea for the Japanese JacksonMisspastoral care of the Union Baptist church Mobile Ala Rev f B Winrow has resigned as pastor of the Baptist church at Eminence Ky to take effect the first Sunday in March- communication v A from Rev 0 Durrett D D Hickman Ky on the Interdenominational Ministeri all Alliance will appear next week eRev S E Smith D nofOwensboro Ky has announced his candidacy for Delegate at Large to the Republican National Convention Rev Joshua Young the noted abolitionst who was ostracised ffor preaching the funeral t aygrave died in Boston last Sunday night The School Book Bill passed by the Kentucky Legislature became a I law last Monday without the Gov I SbeS I s views Miss Eula Lowry and Mr Gus Goatly of Brandensburg Ky were united in marriage at the Baptist church in that place Wednesday evening December 23rd I9t 3 Rev B J Davis officiated Mord gan not rise to eminence by sit thatt j i world had it in for them They just got up and hustled The Negro d anhgo hustling too if he would be I any bodyKentucky Standard j IThe condition of Senator Mark A I j Hanna who is very ill in Washing I improvingIgt 1I yet been reached His friends are apprehensive that other complica tions ofa serious character may ariseThe Kentucky building at the St Louis Exposition will be dedicated wit appropriate services tomorrow Governar Beckham and the mem hers of the Legislature with the commissioners and other prominent citizens will take part in the exer cues The last vestage of the American tetd last Friday when the American flag was lowered from the Cuban bar racks in Havana and the battalhon of Amercan soldiers marched to the Triscornia pier and boarded the United States army transport Sum met Major A T Wood oi Mt Ster ling has been namedas Pension Agent for Kentucky to fill the t ya cancy caused by the death of the late Gen D R Collier Majo- Wood is an old soldier and a Re publican of the old school and bit appointment gives general satisfac tion Bloomfieldd Rev Craig the missionary ridjj colporter for the white Baptist c f Kentucky preached for us Monday 1night Feb ist Subject The Op t j ations of the Holy Spirit He It ftjj some of his books and tracts with A Burns the white usBaPfiatPsaint of ourtown preached for us Sunday night subject Sanc tifiication Rev Burns is a new pastor in our town and he is doing much goo J f jr his people Both of these ministers are able men and they rendered us good service The time has come that churches want preachers of the gospeland no one can preach the gospel un JsansItChrist opostiesteachingrTherefore place of teaching the gospel And rlam glad that we have many men among us who can and do preach UniversityLouisvilleinI helping men to preach the gospel of Christ Every young minister ought to spend two years at least in the Theological department of State University he will never for get it- The Second Baptist ChurchIS still moving on with her motto lif ed high We are expecting to hive a musical entertainment the last of this month under the leader ship of Miss Emma Claybourn one of our teachersWm Bloumneld Ky To the Baptists of Kentucky At the regular meeting of the Executive Board t f the General1 Association February 8th the fol lowing resoloution was adopted Whereas Rev C H Parrish D D Chairman of this Board has been designated as American dele gate to the worlds fourth Sunday School Convention which is to b held at Jerusalem March 8th 1904 Be it Res jived that we regard this not only as deserved r cognition of his worth and fitness but signal honor shown Kentucky Bap tists by the National Baptist Con vention It willcomport with the gencrosty cf Kentucky to defray his expenses since this state shall have the i mediate benefit ol the results of his observations the facts gathered in this NiediterraneanI cruise of the Holy Land We en dorse his appointment and further designate him as special messenger of Kentucky Baptists We also re quest the pastors churches Sunday Schools B Y P Us Missionary Societies and public spirited citizens in the state to rally to his support financiallyIi We should see to it that not lea than 803 oo is sent to his address 764 Fifth St Louisville Ky by Feb 25thas hr shall leave the state about March 2nd sailing on the 8th t at 3 oclock p m from New York on the Grosser Kur furst for the Holy Landjj Done by order of tin ExecutiveM Board of Kentucky Baptists hat its meeting held Febru pry 8th 1904- WM JOHNSON Chairman pro tern W R RACHARDSON Recording Secretary Louisville Ky UNIVERSITY NOTES I t hurrynowly i a fgrand success The clubsI have captains true and tried who know no defeat I i Tie Literary Society gave snotty Fridayrnight I Dr Puree pest Fed at Ber Sunday vening Deac n Haley was not able to bc at communion Sunday evening on account of illness i 01II The Berean Sunday School gives one dollar towards the expel ses oft Dr C H Parrish to Jerusalem The JJereap church one dollar an fifty cents t Total two dollars and fifty cents praying for his successI Dr Puree visited the Green Sti Sunday School Sunday morning and Zion services Rev Craighead began revival1 services Sunday morning There e c = a it i Rouisblfr Haiionel Banking Co N E Cor Firth and Market Street Sixes forr nt in Strong est Safety Vault 500 per year and upwardrw 1r were several who aked for prayer Rev W R Payne preached for i murningHeweek and reports several contorts j A good number of students wentP to Green St church Sumay morning i to hear the professor preach I Berean choir had new blood Sun day night and produced some fine selections r rDr Puree is invited to the clos ing of sirs Andersons school at Bagdad I IBrotherI Billows wife was carried to the Infirmary Monday morning We all sympathize with them The boys dormitory will soon hiveanother m sician Mr Doss and his mandymandolin1 I tI tFrom the way things look now our March 4th Rally is going be record breaker Everybody i in earnest eDr J H Fitzbutler called to see us this week he is going to spend six mouths in Chicago perfecting himself in surgery When he re baequal of any We wish him success Mr Hardin RBritt will soon go to Kansas to sing for Re ilson ini his gospel meetings Mr Britt will sing at our Literary Society in chapell Friday night February 12 There was a beautiful audience at Berean E unday evening The EliteTeachers and students are now pushing to wind up the second terms work by the 29th Several new students Monday Still they come i Mr Coats is repairing thu South chapelsMoney is much needed for many things now Help us in the Rally NOTES OF tIR 11 LOCAL INTEREST di1 The University Society of the Fifth St church will give a Martha Washington Tea Party at the resi dence of Mrs Guy W Smith No eveningFcbruuy ises its friends one of its old time entertainments and requests a Tiber al patronage Refreshments will be served Mrs I H Welsh of Humboldt Tenn is in the city the guest of Mrs W H Steward Mrs C A Vivian and Miss Gen eva Marcum of Tuskegee Institute i re in the city on business connected with that institution Rev P H Kennedy D D Gen eral Missionary of Kentucky was iin the city this week Mrs Amanda L Russell and inn the city the guesU of Rev and Mrs E E Russell 1526 Gafagher St They are enroute to Crawtorclsvillel Ind their new home Rev J W Hawkins P D of Paducah Ky was in the city Tuesday enroute lo Frankfort Clasds organized by Mrs Mary E Stein metz is now located at the MissionI on Eleventh St between Grayson and Walnut At the meeting last Tuesday evening Miss Alice L Dorth was elected President Rev B J Garrett of Hopkins ti ille returned to thcity Monday tl r th r ioUlfQvtllllAII 4 ww V 11l r 1 mtJJI PaidupP Capita1 1 I Guaranteed Fund SIOOGOO 1 Titles Exam ned and Insures Moneyl Loa fed on Re il Estate First Mortage Real Estate Gold Bonds for Sale which net thetbuyer 454 per centIBonds as small as 25 This is tru best way to save Money i I iiI i OFF CERSi NRWMANPsIDaRlUUR I MiMOTtI I 1JANAfGEnCIIISUNTAsutEoArroaae DIRECTORS j w ROH11RrHEUHOOANaOwaUFOwHAYJOHNpH1LL1MJOHN OFFICErr 234 FIFTH ST Telephones Main ISO Home 198 3e 6RSMT CREAMERY 10231 Twelfth Stt Louisvilleirgr THUS F PARKSA pHoPmrrvM CREAMFresh EggiButtermilk Call and see us we believe M have what you want t Home Phon 5242 1 and is assisting Rev C C Bates again in the revival meetings at Lampton St church Services every night Rev B Jrthrow of Eminence Ky was in the city this weekac companing his wife and childrenII BowlingGreen An evening with Abraham LiD coin at the Plymouth CongregaItional church under the auspices of the Womans Missionary Society Sunday evening February 1416 at 8 oc1 ckII Profs Wl D Thomas J E Givens Hon A S White and Rev C L Puree D Dare on the t epro Kramemjj The Ladies Sewing Circle will holdan important meeting next Tuesday evening at the residence t of Mrs Alice Crutcher No 1214 18th st A full attendance is de sired Miss Josephine Batchlow and Mr James Scott were married mornin J titheSt Rev Johnson performed the ceremony Miss Birdie Holan was the maid of honor and Mr Mack Childers best minJJ An entertainment will be given in the near future for the benefit of the Kindergarten Training Classa at which prizes will be awarded to the persons selling the largggt number of tickets and collect tInt atfvisd properly it requests all persons interested to confer with Mrs A S White No 2704 W Walnut Stif MM f H Per ry Nq 290J W Walaat St 4 or 5tLtf Mr Chas Blacktresir Itan dye tiig KY i 1 4tuweek tfie st 01111 S Rev- B J Davis who Aas IHM L fa t several weeks 7 f er1I1 T r 1t r or h- k t i ri c 4 S AMimtIOAN BAPTIST FRIDAY FEBRUARY r A Vonien as VVeM as Men Are Made Miserable by Kidney Trouble f dlsf1 I t I I lp disappear when the kidneys are out ot order or diseasedKidney trouble has becorn so prevalent that it Is not uncommon jf for a child to be born 4L4e afflicted with weak kid ncys If the child urinates too often if the tine scalds the flesh or if when the child ta hes an age wher it should be able to mtrol the passage it ts yet afflicted with d7ettlng depend upon it the cause of- ff e difficulty Is kidney trouble and the first t oftrouble is due to a diseased condition of the- Y Udneys and bladder and not to a habit as 1 supposeWorn men are made mls with kldne and bladder trouble remedytheof5wampcr k fiLyillI Sit size You may have a ftl sample bottle by mall rtree afco pamphlet tell nome of swas Root- Ing all about it Including many of the thousands of testimonial letters received torn sufferers cured In writing Dr Kilmer Co Blnghamton N Y be sure and mention this paper Dont nIce an mistake but remem XT the IPUIC Sw tupRoot Dr Kilmers 8 vamp toot and t ac address Biiighamp MB N tf on every bottle EUItLK RESTAURANT i N K ear lltb Green Sta rii i LCUISVILLE KY i Home Cooking Polite Service Everything Neat andInviting Meals at all hours to midnight every day We are looking for ward to a first class hotel UJ1 H PERDUE 1 j PROPRIETOR I L So W JORDAN SONS X14 W Wrt nutt LOUISVILLE k r TUCKY I IMarutacturers of all kiuds of Fanoy Grearas and Ices Bxcellent Soda with Fruit SyrupsI For Prices and Quality Excelled By NoneT- ELEPHONE 34OY 1 Wm Watson UNDERTAKEREttBALMEB I j N WCIK CHESTNUT AND lOth ST- Bluinishesf Coffins Cases Shrouds I I tft everything for Funerals Prjuipt services Reasonable term 6lSFACfON GUARANTEED t a Home Phone 5M Residence jaSEJacobSt W fl Pickett IOrV2 IAN AND SURGEON orncs aouas SUNDAY L 9 a m to na m lotilam a p M to 3 p m 7 to 8 p tu 8 p m to 9 p m- JOI PRESTON ST LOUISVILLE J R NEIGHBORS The Hiti Phrttrchtr aJftrgBg Belt as and Framing a Specialty HOME PHONE 4018 13 W Walnut St LOUIBVILLK Kv Miltons Cale i W BROADWAY LOUISVILLE KYa i lP tul1Is at mH Hours Best Service at the moist Reason t able Rates WE Yti A TML f 1 if4PL Ministers and Deacons IICity Conference body met Monday morning I MembersILewis Bates Hightower Coleman W B Hall Jacobs Mack Watson Brents Marrs Lyles Settles Wm Reed Keeton Bowen Rhodes Offutt Alexander Merrifield Brethren Weber Woods TaHy Wright Lewi- sVisitorsRevs Wm Young J R G Slaughter Rev J H Frank D D presid ed ono Revs P Alexander and J W Ross conducted devotional ser vices REPORTS Green StS S 119 collectionI 522 Rot W R Payne preached Four baptized collection 34 63 Filth StS S 210 collection 655 pastor and Rev J R G Slaughter preached one by rela tion collection 4000- Beargrass SoS 37 collection 115 pastor and Rev R T Frye preached one received by lletter and one under watch careIEmmanuelS S 70 collection 122 Revs Metier and Young preached three for baptism collect- ionI 4538 11NewburKS S 17 collection 12 pastor preached collection 340 ZionSoS tt8t collection 325 pastor preached one by letter and one under watchcare collection 2800Long Run Pastor preachedcol lection 8oo- Howards ChapelS S 20 col lection 25 pastor preached one by letter collection 370 Elk CreekPastor preached col lection 325 Mt OliveSoS 14 collection 26 Bro Spaulding preached one under watchcare collection i 42 Marrs ChapelS 5 collection i 10 pastor preached one by letter j one by relation and one by watch care collection 4C cents PortlandS S 42 collection I 700Ition 50 pastor preached collection 320Jeffersontown S S 25 collec lection 42cts pastor preached + collection 915 Good ShepherdS 23 col lection 16 pastor preached one re stored collection 1oBland St 24 collection 52 pas tor preached one for baptism col lection 410- Anchorage S S 30 collection 22 pastor preached collection II 2 45 Christiansburg Rev W BHalll preached collection 300 Bagdad Pastor preachrcl lection 209 t 120collecrtionI eight for baptism arid two restored collection 7478 Ninth StS So collection tSos Rev J R G Slaughter and paatpr preached fortyfive by bap tism collection 2730 58tRev H L Jones and J W Thom as pVeached six for baptism col Action t r65- Junkies RunPastor preached collection 420 Rev E W Reed read a very in ogYthe Ministry its nature and im portance Rev J H Perdue answered the questions in the Query Box in a most satisfactory way Bro R A Lewis was admitted as a member of the Conference Rev W H Craighead read a short Cri tique on the proceedings of the II- J Conference fter the usual an 1 muncements and collection the meetlogadjoUrned Jabapea frlntBten sled Dew 1 i Meeting J I This body convened last Monday with the Villard Street Baptist church s- Menjw present Revs Jj FisherHolloway A W J y Harris J Wakefield Wm Milkr G W Reed f Fuller Rev I Fuller conducted the de votional exercises 1 REPORTS Liberty Sundayschool 28 col lection 32 cents Pastor preached collection 325- Maddoxtown Pastor preached col lection 405Iij Bccknerville I Rev Wm Miller preached collection 5 35 Willard Street Sundayschool 17 collection 119 Rev G W Reed preachedHouston pastor preached collec tion 631 IOtter Creek pastor preached collection 6 00 Bracktown Sundayschool 18 collection 3 09 Pastor preached collection 6 to Pilgrim Rest Sundayschool 20 collection 20 cents Rev M Camp bell preached collection 162 Ft Springs Sundayschool 53 collection 89 cents Pastor preach ed collection 2 45 Evergreen Sundayschool 75 col lection 55 cents Pastor preached I collection 790 Rev J Fisher D Dmade very profitable report as critic Adjourned to meet next Monday at Main street church Benedic tion by Rev L C Holloway- B M JOHNSONModerator J FRANCIS WILSONClerk tame Great Crossing Church Notes Rev J E Brock our pastor isI very sick which we regret veryD muchand we desire to make i known to the public that he has been preaching for us four ve rs During that time he has proved a true and earnest worker and has borne the burden in the heat of the day He has lived a consistent Christian life while in our midst and bis footsteps have ever been guided by God He is a worthy and able minister of the gospel has our deepest sympathies and we Pra God that he may soon recover andI again go forth on the field and raise Gods bannerfjp A MEMBER A Pastors HOUSH Burned It is with much sorrow that we enter these lines to state to the peo SaturdayFebthe Rev C D Blakemore of New- Castle was destroyed by fire with his library which contained manv valuable books valued at 50000 He has the symyathy of the town andvicinity and we feel that he should be remembered by his min isterial brethren throughout the State There was no insurance Respt Yours Deacons of New Castle Baptist Church A L McCane DorseytS P Clifton IMPORTANT NOTICE The Green River Valley Ministers and Deacons meeting will con atfTaylor Mines Thursday before the fourth Lords Day in February Brethren from other districts are invited We trust that the breth ren belonging to this district will be on hand as so few attendonly when the meeting cpnvjjfles with the Association and tqep have more to say than anyone else and have done nothing for the general work all the year Rev Offutt and his good people are making ample provision to care for all who may attend REV WM OFFUTT Mod REV G W BROWN CJk No great characters are formed la this worldwithout suffering and j selfdenialMatthew Henry 1 I d Ii 1- i SHO JI Merchant Tailori wI I Cleaning and Repairing neatly done called for and delivered Special Attention to Ladies Work and Out of Town Orders All new work Pressed Free of Charge 632 EIGHTH ST Louisville Kentucky Home Phone 4088 r 1 IT IS TH THE MANII Mastersonmakes r I cater to good dressers and quote the very lowest price Regulation Garments given Especial Attention J Try our Regulation Trousers at 500 and up Cleaning Dying and Repairing neatly doneiti EIII MASTERSON S W Cor West Walnut Sts I cuisville Ky paJaWt t f = ir IF = r 1 CA BE ST DY MEDICINE AND PHARMACY AT TIlE aLoLsi1Ie National Medical Coleg 3 I+ iboardi I i Allbuildingaatetheprcpettysflrent 1 1I 0 liospltjlNearly cqWWdfii Rv the Quarterly in various parts of the country 5 I j practiceyriv ears of slaKonths each taaicr t threemonths year Each session is divided iato fot s i i 11who11 I as a means Of ilve may lihood anQ tDeRartment of Pharmacy Two years six moatti icUj r montbseacbdesireaddressMedlclne f t Loulaiil0 8r i I TwaintT OARNETT Collector W C F MASON Buyer THE LOUISVILLE BL4OK1TINOORF tvlGON UILDEn R Tm 920 NINTH STREET BET CHESTNUT MAGAZINE Blo Telophorlo 6776 Heavyya Specialty I Wagons x ftall kinds to loan while your repairs are being made Quick servke end satisfaction guaranteed Horses sent for and returned te and froitW parts of the city r ANNTE L SON EDW HANSBERRY QiDelivered to allPartso theCity I JOHI SOM HANSBERRY3C- PBv2ffci CjltJEI9E 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Sabbath through the cornThe time was during his work in Gali lee The Sabbath d iy of the Jews began at sundown on Friday and closed at sundown on Saturday Corn means either wheat or parley There were no fencesand the paths lay through the grain fields And his disciples were a hungered and b gin to pluck the ears of corn and to eatIt H thought they had been to the synagogue to pray er The Jews were accustomed t gJ before breakfast Luke tells us the disciples rubbed them in their handsBut when the Pharisees saw it Thess m y hive been following the Lord or merely going home from the synagogue by the same pith Behold thy disciple do i that which is nut lawful tc do upon the Sabbath tyrhs law of M S3S expresslv permuted what fl they were doing but the Ribbis had aald it must not be djne on the r Sabbath day They reasoned that the plucking the grain and rubbing off the ch iff In the hands was reaping and thrashing which were for biddenHave ye not read what David did when he was a hungered Oar Lord does not tray that Davids 1 1d ing a thing made it right But these Pharisees so exalted David I that they would not say what he l did was wrong And the Lord shows them that if they justified David they would not rebuke his disciples for a less offense How he enter ed into the house of God the taberna leAnd did eat the shewbread Twelve loaves of bread put on the table in the outer room of the tabernacle the Holy place and taken away every week when others were put m their place After the new ones were arranged the loaves which had been removed could be eaten but only by th2 priests the sons of Aaron 4Or have ye not read in the law bow that en the Sabbath days the1 priests in the temple profane theI i I Sabbath and are blamelessThey I killed the sacrifices and did other things in the temple service which were forbidden on the Sabbath I They were blameless because God I h id commanded them to do the things and God is Lord of the Sabbath i II But i say unto you that in thisI I place is one greater than the te- mpleThe I temple was superior to I tie Sabbath and there was that here which was superior to tbeJj t uplmuch more then might the usual Uw of the Sabbath be Set aide without blame when it be rime necessary for his disciples ini I I his service Broadus III hlf ye had known what this pndedII upon their knowledge of the law and knew the words u H tea but their conduct showed no knowledge of the real meaning of the words Iwill have mercy and not sacrifice Mercy ratht r t Ian sacrificer I ptIno mercy Hoseas word has a far wider meaning than the English Mr a aword I I pittvSacnficeg m e IIpenSatioowith piety in the heart or GodI I would not nohave1 1 bungerrII i j 9Forthe Son of man is Jord y i oA t nw i R4il jjt even of the Sabbath dayUolessl Jesus oi Nazareth was Godhts ego tism and coldt hlthtt nt lZeen pqnaled amonj men Thoswho- ya he was nCod but wa agood mansurely have irot read hiswolds out himself Gtod hafr command ed the Sabbath fr n e QatoJJi Sinai it was because God commanded the sacrifices and he was Lord of the Sabbath that the priests in the temple were blame less By asserting himself as Lord of Gods commands Jesus of Naza th asserted his Godhead Our Lord asserted his absolute sovereignty over the Sabbath but neither here nor elsewhere did he set it aside He came to fulfil the law not to overthrow it He did not go beyond the Old Testament but showed from it that works of necessity and of worship were allowed upon the Sabbath U And when he was departed thence he went into their syna ogueThe synagogue of the place to which he had gone Luke says it was on another Sabbath and it may have been the next Our Lord from his youth up was a regular attendant at the synagogue That so many of the elders andI rtla os were hypocrites was to him no reason for neglecting the public worshipAnd behold there was a man which had his hand withr edLuke tells us it was his right hand Is it lawful to heal on the Sabbath daysThe Rabbis con tended it was not unless life was in danger That they might actu- shimOE e violating the Sabbath before the llocal tribunal In the previous part of the lesson he appealed to the Scripture No be appeals to their own consciences One sheep was of little consequence yet if it fell into a pit every man would lift it out and wouldI feel that be committed a sin if he did not lift it out in spite of all the hairsplitting o the Talmud on the subject How much then jis a man better than a eheep1This question in Mark intimates that the man would be injured by delay in healing him If they would notI leave a sheep to suffer bow could they find fault with him for no leaving a man Then saith he to the man Stretch forth thine hand And he stretched it forth and it was re storedwhole like as the other Would seem that in view of such a miracle showing so plainly the power of God the Pharisees would not have dared to move against th Lord But they went out to plot against him It would have been difficult as Dr Broadus says to call this a breaking of the Sabbat from their own standpoint because our Lord only spoke to the ran Thus the Lord showed that works ofmercy as well as those of necessity and of worship were permitte upon the Sabbath seriwERA INSTITUTE We hope to bold Institute haginhing January J004 as follows Henderson tforris Chapel Jaguar 68 iPtduoab First W H Janua y 20 BlWlittg Green N w Btbel Furut ry 17 19 Bliabetbtown Mar b 911 Mivfijd March 8186 Earliijgtou April 6 8 L Uirville April 20 81 We hope that the pa ton hretl ren In the above aaaledre will gn together and arrange n to male tht meeting a auooesa Ran be dou and duetsf ii will bA done tee prngrMBirne an ar ranneii M rtnr clan Ka I trueIJIr nr old hav ih barn til of ash iMUurc Ted programme la bring need all over tbestv l among thM Bapnst white an black The Lord blow the woik- IIism Tours In 6rvice P H KKNNKDY flenderaon Ky OfOl Mlismimry A WA v 1R D TK US 1 WOKTB LADY r gcntlemat to manage businrs in thil ounl and adjoining territory fir a husl of solid BuBiiOlnl a a+ ding 2000 tr iirbl i1lIb salary tnd uptoie paid etta h MitBriay direct froa hfadqurtr fix pens taotie1 advanc d portion permit adotHit Cblttm BELLS I 1 lael ADq Chidl IW1daeII U ft ILIot uu 7 1 The Pfretps Hall Btdh Training 8rhooA Y C an4the Tu keg e r 1It1 f1 rniat kl1 Institute at Take- e Ala often exceptional opport tnl preparetoraim of the iustruition is to afford young men and wimeuaoomprhensivr knowledge of the English Bible aud to implanti in their hearts an ambition to dediottte their live to the elevation and Ohrlstianization lit their race Stu- reulred to do missionary wok in the various churches a id Suni ypohoolf near the institution and report one ime each week The teaching in the Bible school IIP wholy undenominational the inten tlou eing not to oppose or antagonize any theological work gow bting done but rather to uhlt all deaomtUBtioaH Phd oe Hall s three atorieb high It contains a chapel library readinjt room offlotf and three recital ion rooms b t iter forty rooms ordoriuitory pur pores Rev Elgar j pduuy isl ii charge of the work and lIs alted b R v B H Pftereou m d Rv J H Q daon A tpvoial course of leoiuif r in eiyeu each year in the tibia Bch + at by Dr C O Boote o S Ima AH R Rfv George W Clinton of N C i nn hI3r H T Jonnron of PhiladrlpliU Oih er notables also lecture from time tu timeThe teaching is free The oust of boars Including furnished oom light fuel and foundry ig is eight dollar per mouth Sudrnte are afforded an opportuuit to work two o three dol lars of this amount each mouth In om0 oases arrauKcmeots can be mad to work out the entire sum Lack IfI mers need debar none Further lr formation if desired can be teoureriI by addtessingBoiKBR WASHINGtoN Principal Tunke ef Normal and indus trial Institute Tuskegee h 1904wMi John C Weber director of Web eta Military bind of Cincinnati kuowr aa the II Prise Bind of America bar comp geed the 81 Louis Worlds Fat March 1904 and dedicated it to hI Louisiana Purchase Expoaliiou IIt will be distributed tbrouuh tb paa ger department of the tie A 0 S W fit Worlds Fair Route a 10 abate po ooiyThja music s In sheet form arrang for the piano being very handadmoJ gotten up with highly Illuminated r fietonly a great Musical Director but baa written some very catchy and Pbl ular marches The St Iy ruie World Fair March JI the latent nuoceas an will add far her to his fanie Mr Weber and his great organisationI of artiste her twice defeated all comer in for national pontesta at tilks Rrun lour The latest triumph was at Stilt more Md ou the 2Ut of last July when thee leading bands of America won the first prize of 1100009 Is IIt confidently ex pooled that Mr Webers Wo ids Pair March will become a populat air durin houyebolhshould have A copy of this music Send 10 oeuta in silver to the under I signed and a copy of the Worlds Pair March will be mulled to your addre- irMark Envelope MABCudMention paper when ordering o p MCCARTY Genl PasBnftr Agt B oSWRLis A Real Chance for Enterprisingt2 Canvassers The demand fgrPROII888ORWE- BIu utw grea book The Souls of Black Folk la1lyamongmanybookSSpecial Subscription Edition thedNegro Question stands ahead of all others Every one teho hat thefuture of the oral rate at heart will want to hug it and read it bookstqever been published end we IAre anxious to secure live intelligent usfDrJi C McCUKQ 4 CO Publishers MtlbW WaJvufc Ar MeCiiIcp tMtlt tifcLL ruunun TarawiA3DIZUronNa i Icllf made of Pnj Copper and Tu f IIPJRMWlfS vmLJ tY tr dip ue saw- rt 1 Go fo Txth EOPiES PJJjt PJW tr jPUj esi S d E t Home mane lee Cream Prescriptions accurately filled ind promptly delivered to al parts of the city ORDERS TAKEN BY PHONE LETTERS registeredand MONEY ORDERS issued at our Postal Station iI Our laundry does ist class work Phone 5n44 ORDERS TAKEN BY MAIL MISSOURIPACIFIC PACIFICRAILWAY Via ST LOUIS and KANSAS CITY to COLORADO UTAH and the PACIFIC COAST DOUBLE DAILY SERVICE CAFE DINING CARS Meals a la Carte ELECTRIC LIGHTED TRAINS IRON MOUIAH ROuTE Vii MEMPHIS direct to HOT SPRINGS AR And Points in TEXAS MEXICO and CALIFORNIA DOUBLE DAILY SERVICE DINING CARS Meals a la Carte ELECTRIC LIGHTED TRAINS tor pnhrar Informato Advertising ratter etcAddr si R T G MATTHEWS Tray Pass Agt Room 202 Equl abl Bid f- tf C TOWNSEND o P a ACT ST LOUIS HOUSES AND LOTS FOR SALEI in the West Fnd Also in South Louisville WHY PAY RENT when otlthese beautiful lots at weekewithout interest and roan own TOUT own homeFor call at the office of Lt M KI WEISS dIfl0Q Math fBfl EMSID LL SCHRADER STONES COMPANY Small Loans and Real Estate Solici tors Watches Jewelry and all kinds of Merchandise Bought and Sold 539 W Green St Louisville Afj WONDERFULr i I BOTOB1 6iII ORIGINAL OZONIZED OX MARROW Copyright 1711pnpanI Ibea the lealp pnnDh ode ball t sDoaJ I i K on or Snaking Jff cures dae rr and nanieairerat4onInr I rgrcMorltJbJaalOIr n J afrB reoJII JjJ VtooQs arrew as the cnr1d e fo a to tIrJ41attersnan4chll1 so Iu aaparItaa Iutlo Qu I leaI i broad mm eonnv Jare Het preto=IIsuOnly O nta Sold dns IUndeenpr son DO 4oeua o one I oaeypayreIorder JeaaeGD = I eata Df- P4per I wha C4IIr1q wrIM r arte lad 44 resywnlrtoII II 761ynbasa A1f Cieaga bete I t i IJCIto d c LOUISVILLE MINERAL DIRECTORS o a a 7ir JfJ ro4ft1 Ii6Y noa t i t fFine NeW Iefir Put V Caf p3 m of Cbtfj aittlt Ieat I kwthan4 end be cosvioa Cfrr llth A WalMt SU Phcsa MNhq WM J SILKMAN ManaaerII I Get in ihR Henderson Route Habit IIKentuckians Official Route toihe CityFinestI enla Ow Bfibare and Kvaexvllle to sit MiIf i Il ineffect on account of special occasion HMM seekers or Colonists Excursions wr have tkNlasII ASK US ORflATESFrom fuiyv hrre To Everywhere and ASK US F RSTE M GHOLGARRBTTCityPaseenjjar AesLIL J IKWIYr Geal PMseBxer Agtat KENTUCKYK JA CHANCE INI A LIFE TIMErrespectable colored people to procure homes on easy + FORI P H MsDmald Sans Prompters at 327 Fifth have opened what Is known as Lincoln Court Subdivision on West Broadway and 35th Street A beautiful plct of ground containing 126 lots This property fronts on Broil way 416 ft and it runs north 1600 teet within ISO feet of Cheat nut Street has an avenue So feet wiJ i running to an alley This suburb has all the advantages of cityimprovements water gas eletric light and seffir connections Broadway will be paved to Western Park and street cars will run to it this year REMEMBER THERE ARE ONLY 126 LOW in all and several of them have been sold If you wish to purlchase a h jme in a select neighborhood where only first cIao colored people will be permitted come and see as at oncit t1 No city taxes improvements cost you nothingtiH MCDONALD a SONe 237 FIFTH ST LOUISVILLE NIJHOME SEEKERS Excursions at BLOW RATESto many points in the following territory Arizona Colorado I dian Terr tory Iowa Kansas Michigan Minnesota Missouri Nebraska New Mexico North Dakota Oklahoma South Dakota Texas Utah Wisconsin and Wyoming over the Big Four Route Selling dates December 1 and 15 1903 Januarys and 19 February 2 and 16 March 1 and 15 April 5 and 19 1904 For full information and particalnrs as to rates tickets limit sop over privileges etc call or Agents Big Four Koute or address the undersigned WARREN J LYNCH calral Patttnger and icket Agent CINCINNATI O S J GATES General Agt Louisville Ky Winter Toirist Tickescb ROW ep sale vle jJLMf FLORIDAlNl Gulf Coas Points Routeof the Pasaos Florida Limited Finest Dnlc CaffcServie 1outhPor Matter wHteip C L AgentLPUf J r JHAVE YOU MADE UP YOU MIND WHERE YOU WANT TO GOT How about the Warn or Southwest I SOUTHWEST IF TO THE WHYNOTHAVB WEST OR 1 i YOUR TICKETS READ OVER THSHENDRSONROUTtYon service FREE RECLINING CHAIR CARS ON ALL EVENING TRAINS BETWEEN KEN TUCKY POINTS AND ST LOUIS AND THE WEST AND SOUTHWEST CThe only line tint does it THIS LINE IS RECOGNIZED AS THE OFFICAL ROUTE FOR COMFORTABLE TRAVEL BETWEEN KENTUCKY POINTS AND THE WEST SOUTHWESTGet the ANDt Route Habit ROUNDTRIP HOMESEEK BRS AND ON8 WAY COLONIST RATES IN EFFECT ON FIRST AND THIRD TUESDAY OF EACH MONTHAsk for rataitt ask us first LI IKVIlf GEO L CARROTY cenl Fassgr Agt Trav rassgr Agt LOUISVILLE KY DRSSTQNF Phvscian and SurgtDo- o OFFICE HOPRttoi- SSIDENCF IA MS war ax Rid 490 Ie 10 PM 7 to t A r- 9Mto I IsfD P r d M1 LR K 181 y- w twWen i fiI