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Digital page images are linked to the text file. y or v iIrj ott IIit f v- II AMELAN j BAPTIST-r I I 1 VOL XXVI NO VIII iii LOUISVILLE KY FRIDAY FEBBUABY 19 J904 ESTABLISHED 1876 I jjTHE THANKFUL HEART Dull moods are ours when low and dim About us clings the brooding mists No beast have we for lifted bymn No eye for hills of amethyst Ho feeling of the dear blue sky And steadfast slurs that burn above Dull moods when coward fearsdraw nigh And clutch the tender arm of love But these are as the passing cloud Against tbe splendor of the sun fo thick our Fathers mercies crowd 80 swift to us His angels run His table In tile wilderness Before our foes is daily spread And In oar time af sore distress We still have Christ the living bread Bright mornings wako with lift of lark And light that flushes all the way Sweet evenings pale to sheltering dark For Heaven has watched us all the day And rough or smooth the pilgrim laud Is safe for ns who walk this vied Aye grasping firm the Fathers hand And thankful faring home with God Margaret B Sangiter in Christian Intelligencer RAMBLING I Another Visit to the fast A Hardly had R mbler returned from his visit B tut in December when h wAS called U returned to look atll some important matters It was en t Urelv too cold for Hamblers comfort y etlll wbeu duty calls It is his to obt and accordingly he boarded a C and train ou a Monday evening early in Januaty enrontw to Washington thence to New York It was a bitter cold night Ws train lust time between Lea ington and Ashland and Rambler lead kis uufoftunate ezperienua of again missing counectiou The train iro Cluoluuatl was running in two secttou- godI t he was a passvhger on tbe second KeUaaTaaaiageevjrkI hours behind J eobedulo time The u zt morulng he 1 hand tkst Rev 1 O Morris D D Vja48ro RIL Carrot udH-un U L Smith of Texas were paa acuger oa tbe same train Their c m patty added muon to the pleasnae ol the ride during the day aud helped Rambler while away the the wearieom- kours of long journey Washington City mns reached several hours late but Rambler kept part of hie eugagc merits and went at once to the Ken tucky Colony where he was warml received and given a cordial welcome The stress were crowed with snow and Ice and walking was more difficult than rapid After exchanging the Uate eal courtesies wit some friends Ram bier returned to the friends mentioned before Hon J W Lyons Register of the Treasury journeyed on toward New York Messrs Cyrus Field Ad amp U P Slaughter and W B Davis braved tbe snow lee and biting frosts and came to the station to see us off Despite the cold and iroat the trip wa a oomfortabl one and New York wa reaoned just ten minutes late with the I Ibelow registering four degree zero The river was full of ice but the big forces broke through it just as it wasn t there Rambler took tbe Cortland street ferry and was soon oa tbe Ave S and in a short time wa knookiu at the door of Nt M W 4Utii Btrtot where our good friends Mr aDO Mm Richard Hamilton reside To s a wo sere made uoubly welome is but U express it ealldly After telling all kuaw about the matter and people at hum and indeed something perhapo we did not ttuow Rambler enjoyed a good breakfast and then went ou to atUmudd to the business whluh talle1 him to New York This work occupi ed the better part of three days auo while it may nut prole of any bane 11- 1to any one else it was decidedly bonaIi dial to Rambler aud be returned boon delighted aud helped by what he aa M aud keaid During our stay we me I several persoas iu whom many of oui readers are interested Rev Cha S I Abblul1uIWt 40 street Tola obuioh baa reoeut1 t buudltue t adjcinlug the church buLb proptrtl being vaiutd at about 90000 broih i er Hurrllll coicg a good woik in N 8ruwnnMg graoe and power witU God and mat Not far from Ibis oburob Ramble fjuad Mr aud Mrs Oeo Murfree in i eoaif01 table hats yyiug to kvei t warm on a cold sight during tke W J Mr artrsq hss b eu sick but is au better while Mm Mutfree is as llv as n erlket They weri both luok- ii garn 4r4 wUM great eealof plus toJaaBaryMthtbeilst anoivem at 1 lit ir je- x ILis II- aailiw I tj R was the day when Miss Atholene Pem herton who was livin in New York was to be married to Mr J W Huds peth who sae living In Wet Point gosh of these young people went from Kentucky and were doing well in their new home Miss Pemberton was with Mrs Hamilton who la doing a large t business as modiste who also has her sister rUss Daisy Cargyle with her Mr J Hamilton is employed in a bank downtown I and dose not get home until i about 8 oclock in the evening and on that account Rambler did net get to I see as muonNaf hlm as he expsotedI One evening in company with Blah op A Walters Rambler went over to Jersey City to visit his lovely home abd some other friends B jing a little I late Mr Walters had gone to a recep lion where we subsequently went Af c ter supper we went In company with Rev D S K ugh and Antbony A A c Cony to meeting of the AfroAmeri c oaa Council where Rambler with I Bishop Walters spoke From there w i went to the home of Mr Joseph Ray In onmpany with Mr Billow Mr Ray is in charge of the private oar of M Chao Sahwab the steel mpg nuts and Mrs Ry was formerly Miss Rhoda Martin of Cyuthiana Ky They live in a lovely home and are doles woll Rtmbler then went to t 10 reopp tlon where be met Mrs Walters wboit will be remembered as Mrs L Brown principal of the Shelby street Sibcoit i IfOulaville where site was deservedly ptpular as an educator She was mu red last June to Bishop Walters and am wed to Jersey Ctt She has mad ared Kr itnbler was dowm igbt glad to cee her I looking so well which indicate con tontment and good treatment This re joyi oUpeople of Jersey aud enjoyed their hot d III piUlity During our stay we called at I I the Hume Mission Rooms and had a very pleasant conference with D Culvers but failed to meet Dr Moore head whe WJIB in Porto Rico in the fin Rawm withoueIs seeing other friends whom it was his purpose to see when he reached the sitv but he wa grad to hear good things off them Rambler met Dr C T Walker d aring his stay and heard of his purpose to return to Georgia but he tailedI tq find a single persin of any denomi1 nation in that great city wh did not enter a protest against the change buti fileedl and he is by thus time no doubt with the church and people of his firet love in Georgia Ihe haul done a wonderfull work in New York and It will be a dif placeyRam slat came to New York in the snow and It snowed every day while heI was there and he left for homeI with the ground still covered with snow As the train whirled Railway N Y Rambler thought of Mr and Mrs Chas Maize two old Louisville friends who live there Philadelphia was reached a t no- R on where we parted with Capt R Mor ten of Hampton Va who we had asa a companion from New York Wash- Ington was reached at 820 oclock andl Rambler went immediately to the home of Mr and Mrs W H Davis 170110 street where that happy family gave us the usual Kentucky welcome Ram bier returned to Washington to be a guest at the banquet tendered to Honi B H Morris ot Chicago by his friuirte in that oily It was an elaborate affair ysad as It has been fully reported a many of the race papers he will ramp I Ratbbier was pleased to meet among tbe guests Mesas H P Slaughter W L Houston W H Wright Cyrus Fields Adams and S J Davldroa womb rs ol the Kenucky contingent and many t the moat prominent and repr sentativt men ot the oily A number of ladle condescended and it was a coudeaoeu tflon to occupy seats in the gallery ol the bitqiet bail and see tbeg utlemoi et good victuals aud make big epeo ss Sunday was aa usual a buy dry vllh Rambler who was up and ab UlII i it tbe usual hours In company WIIIwithful bieikfast it was ben to Sunday chool at the Second Baptist chute erhere he was pleated with what be CJohneuuaarrivediuiu time bavin been detained by t delayed train re a urnlng from Lynchburg Va Barn k bier worshipped at the Bureau Bap fat I ouicb Rte D P Rivers pastor where eelae heard a KG d sermon Dinner was uLqnjpyad a Mrs Wdeden with Mr an I childrentut anron nomeward journey Rambler t Lo rUlb t KI A Pastors Anniversary Celebra tion The first Baptist church Pario Ky celebrated the eighth anniversary of the pastorate of Rev H B Webster Sunday February 7th 1904 with appro plate services rendered by the mem bers of said church and by the preaching of the following named ministers Revs R Quarles A L Chandler and L HDodd The meetings were full of spirit aad interest and seemed to be enjoyed by all present A paper read deacon D S Spears showed in a brief wry the work done under the leader ship of our pastor in tbe past tight years Tho paper on behalf ii the deacons Dear brethren and sisters we have come to day to celebrate in the name of God the eighth anniversary of our beloved and worthy pastor in the person of Riv Dr Webster who came to UK just eight years ago today Februa ry 7th 1804 and assumed charge of tbe church aa pastor He louse the church ilu a very bad shape at that time heav iiv In debt and very much discouraged having had serious trouble in the ohuroh end our members were scatter ed but be being au humole wan ol God sod a Godcalled preacher took the avpolnLtdfhas been able to call ns together aud reuulte the ohurou lAud to day vhe it on the road to succeaa having paid oft all fhtr dtbs aLd having a seat sum iin fULureI a steady growth iu lueiuber ship there have been titS person to in 8ly baptism the baiauuo otbei wtdu iioat litS members by death dismissed by letter 20 mere have been many excluded and returned but thy are not included in the final luau of memberehlr P ia 602 He baa preached 153 funeral which were not members of ourohuro ad married 96 couple U WcbeUib lau able ailuibtor ol the New leott went and one ol whom guy church 01 community might be justly proud A uiaiTof suuud morals aud strong obara tar Mud a high reputation among hot White and colored saints anti simitr He rules the uuurch iu and not b abuse He and the deacon board are iu1 union ahd have been so from the flea There her never been a clash between us and our plans always carry au work well We have raised iu eIK years mote than ten thousand dollar and expended nearly that much on ou debt we raised for 1908 12648 U der his leadership the church bas bought ana paid for a parsonage at tbe rust iu rouuu numbers of 120010 am repaired the church hours painting bash11h10000 a year or time to come The church seeing what good word ha been done at our last annual meetingS we increased the pastors salary froml 500 sa 1660 per year ana feel that he is worth ouch more than that to us We are proud o2 him as a man a anise j and a preacher of the gospel a sou Baptist and an able defender of the doctrine Last but not least a great lover and worshiper of the SundayF Headtool he church to spare him to us many won years Yours BesptDeaoon Board D 5 SPUABB BtcvfcLY WILLIS BBHUYMANu lklyUBNId SALS JAUS laKeS Paris Ky A Blow in the Back An rvi rooat iaI a necessary nuisance cud the tendency tu take it oil ou wart ih days in late autumn and wtut r it an strong bs it ia unwise A tnacuero sI wlud tilts you iuih0a baik and the mzt m ruiug you huve IUUIU + KU ilub wellI slId ottrn wi h Prry Davis Palukilur an 1 yea will be stuuished to n d how galcksyalsores are banish d iheie ii but sue Painkiller Prrry DavU Worrentburg Missouri Notes Our ohureh IB dulnc nicely under 1 leadership Rev T B Uaiduer wi o uamt t ua about three years ago from fjluotiln Neb Ho has presided over us 48 pastor with oae and our match is iu good jouditiou The ladles 6f the Shiloh Baptist oburob gave a leap Jet r supper In honor of the pastor under the lea iership of Meadaatea BU John son and R Porter and other members end friends to assist The affair was up to date the ladies baud + pmsly dxafftd in their beautiful ooitumej andL fragrant flowers It seemed as If an appearedIthlngl pastorhaaon the fourth Sunday in February He will leave many warm frlendd and peace in thlt church He has establish ed within the last two years one of the gfeatest Negro organizations in this country Any one wiohirg to hear from it can do so by conferring witb ttev T B ardner Warrensbnrg Mo It has its benevolent features similar to other orders and is tile only church helping In Itution that WP bave today under the I rm of a secret order It taaesits i ame from the honorable Frederick ouRlass the greatest Negro of his day This older is making rapid progress la the state of Missouri where it was filet rganlzed It has eiztetu or seventeen different organisations in the state o Missouri It Is making its way now 1 other states as well Rev Gardner iaf tbe father and founder of the order I The Supreme Board Head React I BuI1 I V T H HOTTKE fireedI spread indtY Rr see and weed so dots au Intt4iu4iou of the lblot the result of a co d fcroiv duos into the soLSiiivt air paaeaga of the rungs Tue cold Itae tuuflcruuuldbtl pro mptiy dean w tn Wueu you begin to cougu nee Alan lu g Baiaui it will certainly seat tou ore throat scud lungs anti IL IIIAy bat S lyou flow conutnpiiuu I I Megroeson Juries 1 For the first time in many years there involvinhright egoes io elL on juries in Aiaoouijjfreueuiij ueuidcUbj tu Umuu S tca apiXU9 CuUn i bclug rjja tied by Ura county authorities of Dallas county oaahe selection ot juries for tntu havthi4hto sad on subject Dlorrtgoym agotlie d wholu gr t were excluded from being altodvowhtd set rates when a couvlotxon was bau Under tbi ruling of the United Stet Supreme Court it was absolutely mces saiy to put the sumac of Negroes in the jury box along witb white moos names declatundutm Tunjury Cu miatiou acting under legal feuvue tae names ol tne N scour in a box a ye terday wren the juries well Negrods serve on juries Ou the regular petit jury for the week commencing February 29th the name of War F Clad the wail known bath r and David Ta lor Mituhel were drawn C W Swish Self painter aud several adothNtal were urn on epaulet venires This Is the tint time siuoe rteonauuc tics days that the names of Negroes nave appeared en the jury list lu Dallas county It is hardly probable that of them will sit on jury on account being set a side by the lawyers on one side or the other but there Is nothing to pi event them from drawing there be doilr pur day as bug M the term lor wliicu tuty are draws last Tue Jjuiy uumuiisslouers acted right iu wplcf aUK with the decision ot l uouil uiueiwise tue county wouid Lave uotruputioa great expeiue Tue Sprat e Couit la hugger tuau the ouaiouj trittt ta prevailed iu tue Suutb of ez cuutugegres uumea crow the j r- bx y cud the decision ot the U icu0 States Supreme Court will have to be coiuuled with evirywhtro in order tJ gatii Moulgnmcry Eviniug limes 8a Feuu ilytOU- I FOR OVUR SIXTY YEARS Mas WiOTttowa SOOTUIHO SYRUP ha been used for over bisty years by million of mothers for their children while teeth lug with perfect success It soothes th psiheJ for Diarrhoea It wUl relieve the poor littl sufferer imjnediat ly Sold by druggist io every part of the world twentylv Daub a bottle Be sure and uk for Me Winslow Soothing Syrup and take nl ether BELLS IIL Both In Nashville Two Negro Publishing Houses what a contrast The next morning we were taken over the plant of the National Baptist Publication Department and I wish to bear testimony that the Negroes have nothing any where in this country to compare with it ae a tInt class pub fishing house They do every thing there ia done in any other publishing boars anywhere They set the type stereotype the forma du the preswolk tbe binding and the lettering and embossing Tnis ia the first time that I have had the pleasure of Beting colored men operate a llueotype machine And n jt ouu colored man bat tuna Not that there art tiKee lUhoUiiea but the ma coins ia kept in constant operation day 9ialight Three men work at it eigMkottrasjb and the ihey bave to upTueya di zeu reatos but by our lures an their warehoune W hose their paper 1 kept would tie citdit to auuit vi tue paper houses in Baltimore 1 do not know ju thaw wavy petsens are in the employ of the burrs but 1 do know teat at UiOjuiuK uevmlund for they plod A wait hour every uioruiug it ie Itgioua devotion at wuluu 1 MoW told every employe must atteud there west oevety pet outs prtJentby actual couut oxuWe also vMted the A M E Sunday Scuooi Pubnsliiug Uuubtf just aaruUu tue corner We found considerable improvement had been wade by Dr Cuappeile and something ia doiig fume And while we must give D Cuaiipelle c edit for rehabilitating UU Utpartuieiit anti putting the new Ula ountry and stating htugs up we must conebs when we think of the start that this department had ahead of Dr Boys and the thousands of dol lava the children of the A hi B churcb l have poured into it it stands today Mliaue and a discredit to the great A l M ifi ohuioh which stands a sponsor fur it It ia nothing less than criminal that it should be allowed to have de Ijzeuerated toits present condition Were not blaming Dr Chappelle loche hue doss something toward the uplift I rag of the department but we do aay that it stands as a lasting disgr ce to the incoinpktenoy to say the least rf its former manager and those assoolat ed with him on its boards We willt not say any more about it but we feell I like saying more Kdltoral Corroipoa deuce AfroAmerican NSW ERA INSTITUTE T beglnhiudJanuary se Iowa Henderson Norris Chapel lanuaQ 68 Paducah First Ward January 9022 Bowling Green New Bethel February 1719 Bjllzabethtown March Mi Mayfield March 232 Burlington April 6 8 Loulevllle April 20 2t We hope that the pastors ad brethren in the above namedsee will get tanyb Q atod if they decide thu It must be done 1tt will be done The programme as arranged la first clues and tbe people rat uld hay the bauefltot each looter This programme ia bring used all ovvi the ass among the Baptist white amd wutk1ltlI am Tours in Service KBIfxaDvuHenderson Ky Gml MitSojary FROM ARKANSAS As WP see so little In your Rood pap T from our htnte we thought wayb jr Qi had forgot teu WI were ou the gib 1 We are ii 1 on the globe cud reads r vour ails fttyitiK in th Auuvioa i alt tint yu must think i ua and let tllel good Kentucky brothtrM arid f i tirs about u + our v ork obuiohts aud Sun t ilaj Strums money property and iran e oral li duelling lunrifgfttlng nnr collfgei and acadeuiirs in general L tI fimi know we are a good snutett Ior working Baptist We are doing alll we can for the Master and his OaUee e and all our people are up and doing 1 lot tuvoiMti vea Our pvopla are peaullar s tbiitOirlte of the Vld oaaua nOle I inanarilltuauf Coriuaoks and luck S Nfgionnliug 1 sucuala as tbe Memphis Cowwtutlt sad duiuK much to show us Von they low upon ua as a free andl iudepeudtat people Vardatian U the Negroes govtrnir of Mtaslsiilppi Ibe cause it was the Influence of the Ne gross that elected him HIa oumpeti tour would be tht chief iaaiafatf ot Y A MIsslHbpl today if re had ohoaen to- go in on the back of the Negro at faraman did The white Republic IB Congress are nafflog the Democrat politicians In the South are using tke Negro with alt thet intents and parpoMlII as much ever did the white Bepabll cans but in an other way Tie white Repnblioaans did It by lexislatioa pro teotlon and education and law and or der and got into office along that llae But the Democrats have besa taking object lessons so they proscribe dis criminate hate kill burn hang whip skin disfanobise and not in any way conceivable meaner known to human Imaglnatioa and they get Into office along tbat linn so the good kas lost oat and the bad is getting in But this will not last long Reaction baa al ready set in the state of Maryland and toss Gormans candidate for the United States Senate II left so will Varaunaa go Toa much civilisation now for aa educational nonenit to live ia the eye of the public aAN MXDDLUKOOJE i ArkeTo the Superintendent of Child I nn 9 Bands Auxiiaeyto the B W E C9 j Dear Sisters Ispin appeal to JOB 14 the interest if the Cbildrras JUad We came from our List Cnaventfon J very mnuh encouraged over tar financial aaceteF but w f most continue to work to accomplish our aodersakfag Thai I work should not be oohioed to a but to tbejmany Baptists of the rewtt Kentucky Toe women are maklag a J double stout we children weat to do 4 likewise Plan Tome way that you caa Ktt tbe children interested in the work regularlyWe tkc children send ns for our work bat we want them tralaed to dq religious week that of giving without receiving as ear blessed Master tau said It If ereII l lblsed to give than to receive By the assistance of the Lord we bepeterde more this year than ws have hi say pre vious years lUy peace site protjerity remain with suck and every one el yen IIs the prayer of your aamb e sexual T I will visit ire following faaetey School on the dates sseationed February 7 N Street Li Louisville II U Hill Street l HopelMarch i ADtlocbtt I 13 Ceuteaniai II 90 Emmanuel t II 27 Ninth Street April 8 Zion ii 10 Bland Street I 17 Little Plook Streetrag I II 8 Cabel Streetu IS Retrgra +s 5 11 J Greeu Cattle v PlweJuoeIi Newburg MOLUK WlLUASDJ State Secretary of ChUdreafeJ3 ad 8501 Sixth at Logtsvifje Ky WANTBD TRUSlWOETljr ULDT tr geatleman to manage bnttiiSi U this I eemnty and adjoining territory ahouse l of solid nnanolal stacdlng 9090 sferaiakfi ooh salary and expenses paid Moll Moaday direct from headquarters I Hz pens money advanced t posltlosr Jpenu sent Address Manages ief UCKM UltCJaICI NEW ERA INS FJTUTBir r This notice will inform tksr tnikrta when and where I will koldjXssrtitttei Frankfott Btbel t Pub M M Rchmond Coriniblan March 8ild ray a Wiiai1 3iatali li M iyoville Plymouth gyprlltlA Lou doa u Aprtt t9 RMc Sterlfag Hvergreea i Mayli If Ii Canipbelisviile M tJ is lj t BeersS June tie Pa to a ministers axe all cferiaiUui work rs in hI vloialtiee are breed Is attend aud help in tke restrwerk tits impulse ti itapartauee ofwiifch tev 14sbitS with San L I Yours in the work f r L B Birrijnt r State Mlsdoaary for Eastern Bei 4 taoky I There UnoelfoompUftMy la fetUag lounel1 io harmony with the dlfl8tt tr trrthe more ou feel so tilloeel that it is Ood that wotkith Ja yori f to will axe to wt k v A w a T = 0 i == c J7 Ii 7- iIii V r b id i e w A vf ERICA N WrPTI8Tl FRIDAY FEBRUARY 19 19041 a Lu 2 I KMERlUUMTlSTR I TI t sTABLlMfD 1879 tmf d dPLUl Hti hVERY FR1DA j vI JICL R1ymBDQS I f Itxi VSK in advance 125 f4 tx MoNratt 75 VHKBII MONTHS If 40II J0ONB COPY FRBIitI- V fti e year ta ur oo who win tend esV t f f 1jSasi blJcti tTb sitS KB the lehe1 ryoa paper 1 we yso tare pud It u yes tcth s a ueet andI 4 rjueet JW payment = + 1 proD credit bar not been gir within two ot J I re wee a from time of p j utnt n uy ns A CI 1t ter u pllmIU1t an 0101 it poS e UI fJdel w teat ttn may a eroe c r seer irof pper fi i =r 1 1llRln1 V lEMKfKVI 19 190 t rri It IIs allot 1r Cllirnn tff tthis paper ll i iapps ir an iirliolrt from the vn If- M t11- r IjtOJ iJmioit1 lliCKiiitn JK in Jwuh ht tta kStht 1 L Jiixillc Min 6 IT I J ns r ucf s It 4 t 1vrclJ to taskt ttecttttliit buoy Ii has approved the suggestion to or Interdenominllionalij The Conference no doubt is able ti to take care of itself vithout our aid but as we are to some extent 1t a 41 familiar with what has been done we venture to express an opinion on the subject In the first place B iplists hold many views on sub jjects in common with other people and many of them feel that the time has come when we can afford I to emphasize the things upon I which all denominations agree to mention the things upon andII we disagree Or as Dr Simmons put it during his life we were Ne tgfjes before we were either Bip lists or Methodists and consequent I ly as such had many things in con t mon as a race that could be reach ed and improved through and by denominational fbrt Baptists have distinct principles which cannot and will not be considered in I I this undenominaticnal meeting but I ii sI there is certainly no good reason why the fundamental questions of- rltrl ii education morality industry tern 0 penance upon which there is u t a single aiffrenc of opinion should not be considered in such a meet elforl a Union a League or It Conference The fact that a BapaII I tist minister belongs to a Lodge Society or any other organization I with any other minister does not bring reproach upon him or affect his standing in anyway and we do not see how the organization proposed I will do it Tnese Interde nominational ministerial organizations are in existence in many places and in nil reform movements they do their measure of good without in the least compromising the distinctive denominational I theIi same I III1 done in thi3 city It is not pro- posedI to interfere with the present Conference and those who join the Inteidennminational meeting will act voluntary in the matter jjist as Dr Dnrret is doing Such an organization in this city if wise ly directed can do a great deal of goodamong the people and for thet I people and it should be given the opportuniiy of doing so There are ministers in this city who miy not have a thing to do with the meeting but that is no reason why t the very larger and most liberal views should not be cultivatedupon I all important questions tending to the elevation cf the race along I I other lines than those purely de noniinationalII IS losing its Yap brethIIren areIl eing the gainers thereby Others will follow unless Kentucky churches prove themsevea equal to I the occasion and pay pastors a liv ing salary There are churches in hundndII merftbers offering ministers three I and four Hundred dollars per annlm for dll their time and then pay that in suctrci manner as to make it unI curtaiirwhether it has been paid or arr 1 i Jot t 1- rt t k 1 r not Pastors ought nut to serve churches ironi pcumnry coissi1 eniTion alone but the st rt ur tis worthy of his hire and whm he try Sjud ssrvicc he vlrsfrv s tu d It- t v is no pleasure to this paper to see so many chingcs among Kentucky pastors but we suppose it will cn tinue until our churches are wiling to offer a c junter attraction iu the wayof better salaries IN discoursing a proposition to WgairziH rttittp myof First Kentucky R gJment composed of sons Jtt itnfederatc vt terms tho Cour- ieri JJurnal of this city says TnKiv1 is no mop reason fur limit I I IK tl1 f tl s a IUpllS t S MS Iof Confederate veterans than to sons of Union veterans or to fathers of Spanish war veteran Jnsi simple I iveiuuckiins without any cUssilica- jij tion as to their fathers are good nciugh fur a Kentucky regiment t fms sameargusront would apply as iropriitelv to the propositiiMi t iJn crt a grandfather clause as a qTdlification for voters in this state Just simple Kentuckians without any classification as to their grand lathers should be good enough for a Kentucky voter Our fears for the safety ol enter prises in which we were interested in Baltimore in the terrible conflagration last eek have been removed lhy the Afro American Ledger which has come to hand as usual this Wetk The fire being confined to the business district made the loss among our people few in numbe and all personal The churches and busi ness enterprises among them escapedand except removal of ma terial for precautionary reasons the AfrcAmerican Ledger comes to us unharmedand shares a most hope fulspirit Enjoy the present whatsoever it be and be not solicitous for the future for if you take your foot from the present standing and thrust it forwari toward tomor rows event you are in a restless condition it is like refusing lot quench your present thirst by fear lUg you shall wart drink the next day Jertmy Taylor To the Baptists of Kentucky At the regular meeting of the Executive Board f the General 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 Convetion which is to be held at Jerusalem March 8th 1904 IIBe it Res JIved that we regard this not only as deserved recogni tion of his worth and fitness but a signal honor shown Kentucky Baptists by the National Baptist Con vention It will comport with the gcnerosty cff Kentuky to defray his expenses since this state shall have the immediate benefit ol the results of his observations the facts gathered in this Mediterranean 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 Societit and public spirited citizens in the state to rally to his support financially- We should see to it that not less than 80 D oo is sent to his address I 764 Fifth st Louisville Ky by Feb 25th as hr shall leave the state about March 2nd sailing on he 8th at 3 oclock p m from New York on the Grosser Kur1 furst for the Holy Land I Done by order of th j Executive Board of Kentucky Baptits at its l meeting held Febru ry 8th 19 4I WM JOHNSON tem1VI Recording Secretary Louisville Ky I l NEWS AND HOTES Uncil H non t ts Ir r tod whaprnJritf crvirs i rn fly trttcd du tjnia 1 iA3- last tuajFridu I Any person des ring o purchase I a home in Jcffersjuville can secure I PVIiI ment hv pplyi g to Rv John Thorn ann N f y7 IJiu MS rvvtnue tfTcrolllIt hdl I11 I IRev L G Jordan D D For Secretary iis planning t tt sail fhr Africa March 16 to look oviT ihufisld and insptct the Fur NaII I tional Biptist Convention I IThe Supreme Ctnrt of Tenn ccep I ktcptIto enter a on Sunday except i in case oi emergency such as a ire etcThe report of the fourthannual session of the National Business League held in Nashville Tenn Augur 19 21 I9 3 has been issued by Mr Chas Alexander of Wil berforce O It is a very interest ing pamphlet and will do a meas ure of good m organizing and fos I tenng business enterprises The New Hope Baptist church Paris Tixas Rev T L Jones pastor has issued a neat calendar in whichall the special services of the entire year of 194 are announced on a monthly slip to be torn ofas they are from the regular calendar A great many people dont know what they want or need They pray for gold when less riches and more poverty is what they need They pray for happy days when the sun is bright and all is well when the shadows would make them purer and better Intelligent colored men are wak ing up to the fact that the Lord helps those who help themselves rind in every community a goodly number are engaging in some kind of busines enterprise This is the way to solve the problemColored American Fake Negro newspapers are going to the wall Not even the most resourceful of sharpers grafters ind confluence men can fool all the people all of the time When the mass get on to a jjournalistic adventure thejgj is up Moral Be straight substantial and genii ine Only the legitimate cousre pays in the long run There is a great tendency among young Negroes to insist that by the term freedom is meant that everyman is his own and can lo as he pleases This idea is fatally erron OUStard should be correctedas rapidly as possible Society doesnt permit men to judge in their own cause it presupposes bias in justifi cation of wrong acts One of the first motives to civil Society and which becomes one of the fundamental laws is that no man should be judge in his own cause Nation al Baptist Uaion A new game is out called The Editors Delight The game iis simple and s played thus Take aa ordinary piece of paper and fold it carefully and enclose in it a bank note or a piece of currenc sufficient to pay up arreages andone year in advance for the paper Keepcaieful eye on the editorif- a smile adorns his face you have won the trick Now is the time to play the game and nearly everybody cm play it successfully osiusko Co StandardII I Thomas Peterson said to he the first colored man to vote in the United States under the amend 4 mem to the Federall Constitution I giving hu rtcr the right A siffige Jid t hr t tf in Pirth Auiboy- iN j F 4hrijd Co eats The pr niirtoi ti r th ctttt I dcpartmeiu uiUiij the udJVtlul1j yf the Fifteenth A u udment on March 30 1870 appeared in the newspaper the next morning On that day March 31 there was a special election for the ratification ofa city charter Early in the mrning Peterson was passing the City Hall when one of the election officers called to him to vote The colored roan read the paper and deposited his billet It was after wards questioned wbether he was thf first Negro voter anda com mi tee consist ing of j L Kearney Purick Conv rv William Patter son John Fother ill J L Boggs V W Watso i and I T Guudiu lily gated and satisfied them seles that no where else in the Unit d Stats was an el cton held l n the day on which Peterson voted in Perth Amboy The committee gave to him a gold medal t3 mirk the event The presentation of the medal was made the occasion of a public meeting in the City Hall THE INTERDENOMNATIONAL ALLIANCE I was somewhat surprised when my paper came this week to read that an intelligen committee ot Louisville Baptists had reported favorably on a proposition previously submitted to them from the various denominations of Louis ville and that the City Ministers and Deacons Conference approved of the proposition offered that is to go into an Interdenomina tional Alliance That surprise and astonishment was increased when I read of the committee which was I to arrange the detais Revs Wat son Marrs Perdue E W Reed and Bro Steward And further to think that our able and courag eous Moderator of Kentucky Bap tists and our venerable father Dr D A Gaddie should enter into an interdenominational alliance was quite a surprise to the Baptists oi western Kentucky Dear brethren of Louisville please tell us what will be the next move on the tap tist chess board in the city of Louisville We are as a matter of fact down this way especially ig norant of the propriety of tiUch an oreanization We would like to hear from Central and Eastern Kentucky Baptists pn the proposi tion of Baptists going into an in terdeninational alliance withall the denominations of today What is it that the Baptists can accom plish better in an Alliance for the goodof Baptists than they can out of it It would in all probability be wise for Baptists as citizens to enter into any wise economical move that would have a tendency to lift up and build up the race And that should be an individual matter This is my opinIonwhile- a host of others share with me in the opinion expressed Mr Webster sad s the word Alliance means i The relation or union between families contracted by marriage Has the Louisville Ministers and Deacons C onference entered into marrige relations with the other denominations o Louisvillei Please answer 2 The union between nations contracted by compact treaty or league 3 The treaty league or compact which is the instrument of confederacy sometimes the act of confederating 4 Any union or connection off interests persons families states or corporations as an alliance between church and state S The person or parties allied as men cr states may secure any alliance within theta power NJW shall we ignorant Baptists in western Ken tucky look to you Louivi le breth ren as a model for us in this alli ance business or shall we look to another jJ csus Christ and his Apostles as our guide 1 Sometimes we quote Scriptures to our destruction but however we will venture to quote Some Scriptures Rev r8 4hAnd I heard another voice train heaven saying I II Ifsiiuh1j11v naliunsl- looking Co N E Cor Fifth and Market streets Bjxesfornnt in Strong est Safety Vault 500 i per year ond upwatdII i Come out ol her my people that ps be nut partakers oi her sins and that ye rrceive not of her playies 5tb Ver Fur her sins have it ac ed unto heaven and God hath re memberd hr usuries The Biptists have done fairly well be ing Gods peculiar people zua tons of good worksTit 2 14 iamI the Loid your G id which have separated you from other people Lev 2024 Since God has separated the Baptists from other people how dare them to attempt alliarce with other denominations or people More to follow Any member ofthe Louisville Ministers and Deacons Conference may answer O DURRETTI Feb 6 1904 Hickman Ky fiNOTE8 UF I R LOCAL INTEREST 4 I The ordinance of the Lords sup per will be administered at the Portland and Good Shepherd Baptist Churches next Sunday after noonIgs ville Tenn is in the city engaged in some literary work Mrs Hannah Bell of 2228 Pres ton St who has been ill for stvcral weeks is improving slowly Rev B F Watson pastor ofj Antioch Baptist Chinch leaves the city Friday for a five days visit to his mother in Auburn Ky Mr Felix Weir of Chicago was in the city this week the guest of of Dr F G Fowltr Mr Virgil Mackey of Chicago was in the city enroue to Rich mond Ky Miss Gertrude Prdue is conva lescent after an illness of a week Messrs Eugene Helm and Fernan do VV eiseger of Chicago were in the city this week en route to Dan vine Ky Proi J H Garvin of Winches ter Ky was in the city Monday eve enrcute to Tuskegee Ala to attend I the annual conference held there Mrs Ann Wilber a well keown member of the Green St Church was buried from the church Tuesday afternoon under the auspices t oljFriendshipaged and beloved member of that church and her death comes in the nature of a surprise to tier many friends parItyChurch next Mor day evening un der the auspices of Mrs E P Man The University Society of the Fifth St Church will give a Mar tha Washington Party at the residence of Mrs Guy W Smith 626 Thirteenth St next Monday eve The Society promises a novel en tertainmen t and ask the liberal patronage of friends The Local AfroAmerican Coun cil will hold a public meeting in Knox Presbyterian Church Tues d y Feb 23rd at 8 p m All members are expected to be pres et and every one is invited r WANTED Agents to sell Scissors Good sellers For information call at the Industrial School at the Church of Our Merciful Savior II nth Walnut Sti tf Miss Nettie Montgomery is substituting for Miss M S rpwn at the pastern ipholj Rev Sutton E Griggs of Nash ville Tenn t who has been in the city for the past two wetks will LaPtuttrhntch roo I i IIII l II I Ii IIJ IB YJ8 S57OOOCoIr2oteedFund 1 i I I Titles Examined and Inured Money Loar edon Re tII1 Estate First Mortage Real Estate Gold Bonds for Sale which net the buyer 434 per cent Bonds as small as 25 This is tht best way to save Money OFF CERS GKO A NF WMANPaestnaiART- HURG L4NGH4M ViCEP EMao- r JlI PHIIIips oKCItKTAKV AND MAC F GEM w H UrCIlISJNTAluE-o P L McDONALU ATTOMIV DIRECTORS I I ROflfAltIOTfEa HAVSIOFFICE 234 FIFTH STITelephones Main 1250 Home 180 I ee GRSMTwa 1323 t 1 THOS F PARKSPR- OPrnET r n CREAMFresh I EggiButtermilk 1Ir j DailyCall 99 have what you Want HIM Phoni 5242 Mi3s Jeanetta L StevarJ subri tuted for Miss Elizi Deavenport at the High School this week Miss Minnie Powers of Todds Point may be addressed at La- Grange in the future Work is given to men not onlye nor so much perhaps because the worldneeds it Men make work but work makes men An office is not a place for making money it is a place for making men A workshop is not a place for making machim ry for fitting engines and turning cylinders it is a place for making souls for fitting in the vir tues to ones life for turning out honest modest whole natured men For Providence cares less for winning causes than that men whether losing or winning should be great and true cares nothing that reforms should drag their cause from year to year bewilderingly but the men and na tions in carrying them out should find there education discipline f unselfishness and growth in grace t Henry Drummond IMPORTANT NOTICE The Green River Valley Ministers and Deacops meeting will con ITaylorI Brethren from other dis nets are invited We trust that the breth ren belonging to this district will be on hand as so few attend only when the meeting convenes wjth the Association and then have more to say than anyone else and have done nothing for the general work all the year ev Qffutt and m3 good people are making ample provision to care r for all who may attend REV WM OFFUTTJ Mod REV G W B oWCllr 1 a tt j A u T 1iF r T2 3I fk wi T7 7 I L AMERICAN BAPTIST FKJLDAY 1 FEBRUAKY 19t 1904 i r rn+w w Women as Well as Men Are Made Miserable by Kidney Trouble Kidney trouble prrs uoon the mind dls oirages and llessen uinuiiion beauty vigor 1Sa1ah cticermmess sooni t iV1 tfn disappear when the kidneys are out oi order or diseased Kidney trouble has bccom so prevalent not uncommon l to be born 49afpictedwith weak kid the child uritl often if theme scalds the flesh or if when the child inches an a je when it should be able toiintro the p agc1t Is yet afflicted with tdwetting dspsnd upon It the cause of e difficulty is kidney trouble and the first yp should be towards the treatment of ese important organs This unpleasant rouble is due to a diseased condition of the Udacys and bkiiidcrand not to a habit as nost people suppose Women as well as men are made mis uih IIridn1 and bladder trouble remedytheSwampRoot is soon reaired it is sold ay druggists to f fp V rrs cr ri one d i isr p c Ywu may hvc a tbottle by maiIIt J I Isamp10 pamphlet tell Home of Ewaoip itoot ahnut it Including many of the thoussnca of testimonial letters received from sufferers cured In writing Dr Kilmer andIiDont J1 lICe an mistake hut remem hr the i lime Sw nipRoot Dr Kilmer S vamp Rout and t je address Biuglianir8 Im N tf on every bottle IDBEKARISTAUBARI N K cor 11th do Green Sts LOUISVILLE KYJ Home Cooking Polite Service EverythingNeat and Inviting Meals at all hours to midnight every day We are looking for ward to a first class hotel J HP PERDUEPROPRIETOR PROPRIETORSONS B S W t4 w WCI nut ftILOUISVILLE URNTUCEY s Marulacturers of all kiwis of Fancy ream and Ices Kxccllent Soda with Fruit Syrups For Prices and Quality Excelled By NoneT- ELEPHONE 3406Y llrWatson UNDERTAKER I EMBALMERIN WClX CHBSTJItrP AND lOthSYS Publishes Coffins Cases Shrouds an t everything for Funerals Pr juipt services Reasonable term 81 8FAC TON EUARANTEE r Home Phone 5E Residence 528 EJacob St Or W H Pickett fHYBICIAM AND SURGEON TTICS BOOTS SUNDAY 9 a i to u a nu Iotoltam2 p ni to 3 p m 7 to 8 p m 8 p m to 9 p xa- Ifia PRESTON ST LOUISVILLE KY ope I I B 1XIGEBOBB t I I The Elite FflitIr JBlrilBgi Belt OK aad Prarotng Specialty HOME PHONE 401B- ia W Walnut St LOUWVIXXK Kv I I l Miltons Cale t TW 1ROADWAY LOUISVILLE KY Illeals at alt Hours Best Serviot at the most Reason able Rates LIVE UsA TRIAL 1 4 i IICity Ministers and y Deacons i ConferenceIj II It I I I This body met Vlrnilny ruornin r rat Green St Church members j present Revs Gaddie Johnson Perdue Craighead Offutt Frank Hightower Benton Caldwell Blue Rhodes Riddles Floyd Sands Coleman Faulkner McClellan Hill Wm Reed Bowen Mcrri field Marrs Ross Keeton Lewis j Brents EW Reed Brickenridge R 7Brethrendles Veber I Visitors Revs P H Clark and S E Griffgs Bro J C Martin in the abspnce of the regular Moderator presided and Rev T M Faulkner conducted oevotional services 1 xGreen13 99 Rev T M Faulkner preach J IIed two for baptism collection P2661 j II New HopeS S 41 collection 100 Revs C M Hammonds and IS W Warren preached collection 30tt S 100 collection 2t5r Rev P H Clark pre c ed twelve for baptism and four restored col lection 40 oo I yEmmanuelS iI bapI1 jtism coltcionJ J 29 I19 CalvrS S 103 collEction 25 pastcr and Rtv H A Kee I ton preached twelve for baptism three by relati n two by letter I Ccllectiun Ninth StS 4100 S 58 collection 1165 pastor preached two for lbaptism collection 3265 I Lampton St S S tot collec tion 240 Rev B J Ganett preached four for baptism one re stored two hy watchcare collection 5575 Cable StS 52J collection 18 pastor preached collection I I 6 75 I LaGrangeS S 9 collection 11jj i I II AnchorageS S 35 collection 30 Revs R P Morton and I I H Rhodes preached collection 310 BeargrassS S 40 collection too pastor and Rtv E W Reed preached collection 7 00 Mt Olive SS 15 collection 45Bro Sott preached collec tion Bo I IBland StS S 25 collection 50 pastor preached collection 5 60iRose Hill Pastor preached col lection 200 Mt EagleS S 14 collection 15 pastor preached collection 14NewburgPastor preached collection I Good 710 Shepherd SS 23 collec i tion 16 pastor preached collec tion 13 00 jr Marrs ChapelRev B J Hines collectIon tooPLittle FlockS S 41 collection HallII preached one tion 5 co- Ponlaii1SS 45 collection 65 poster preached collection 2100 AntiochSS 30 collection 55 pastor preached j ten by baptt m and one by relation collectioni 27 68 Harrods CreekSS 22 collection 41 pastor and H Brooks preached collection 2 35 Bro J C Martin read a very interesting paper on Why we shou dI take a text This was followed by a splendid address by Rev S I onIhighly The Coinmttte to arranges forte Interdenominational Alliance made its report which was apprux ed The usual announcements were made and the benf dic inn was pronounced by Rav W R Hill Ciy Mission Ueder the Auspices of the Womans Missionary Band Sept 28th 1903 we began work as City missionary and since that time the Lord has greatly blessed our t8rts we have visited 310 homes and in every one however humble or wretched we have been warmly received and largely listened to the gospel of good news 4 Among the persons we visited 64 non churchgotrs 121 share We also visited the City Hopi 1 anti found in the Womens Ware J7 pri sons of ulvnn 14 HP u convr d- As 1 to the otti is we huvi notihU their pastors where they say they belong One woman 63 years old accepted Jesus I returned to their churches Green St Baptist Church Rev Gaddie pastor Ninth St Baptist Church RevII Johnson pastor We have nized the following sect ties OctII Good Shepherd Baptist Church J Davis pastor Mrs Sophia j Buckner Pres Oct 21 Emman uel Baptist Church Rev J H due pastor Mrs A T11IisPerII Pres Oct 28 Ninth St Baptist Church Rev Vm Johnson pasi tor Mrs Fannie Birry Pres Nov 4 Little Fir cat Baptist Church W R Richardson pastor Mrs Fannie Moran Pres Nov II- Mt Olive Blptist Church Rev G W T Russell poster Mrs Lillie Black Pros t Nov 5 Nv Hope Biptist Church Rev J H Edmunds pastor Mrs 1 H Ed mends Pres N4 22 Antioch Baptist Church Rev G Fatson pstnr Mrs PnVilla Flovcis Pres Dc 17 lj rtland Baptist Church Rev F W Reed pnstor 1 rs bcr na Off I itt Pns De 21 Par kand Baptist Church IRev W A J nf s pnt r Mr Miry 1L Vrijiht Pns 1 117 Z on Utip list lhutch Rv Win H Crnig htad pastor Mrs Win Parkeri PresReport of the City Missionary MRS V M PAKRKR 205 W Chestnut St- Louisville Ky UNIVERSITY NOTES S U Rah rah rah rah H U Ran rhrtih rob Hurrh HurrahI rahIDr J H Fitzbut er was a pleasant visitor last week and Delivered I Anatlomyl Mrs Steinmetz lectures on the Life of Christ grow more and more I1interestingAll looking toward the close of the second t rm I The Berean Choir has some new II music which is well renderedI I preachedII I AllIi dutry develops the talent of musicII until her sweet singers are scattered j all over the country Our Rally for the 4th of March willcertainh be a grand success 1 the way the young men and wo men are working Letters have been sent to all the churches in the State asking for help in this Rally If pastors do not get the letters we would be glad if thay will take nctice from these columns and do what they can lor the work Prof Krye went to Lexington to preach for the Main St Church SundayMr W Neighbors of Lexington paid us a visit last week The Public Rhetoricals of Wed AllIdidI was good Mr H H Britt charm ed all by hissvcet sinking Mr 6 J Stfbree will preach for Bervan next Sund y evening Dr Pu ce with Lawyer Albert S White Profs I E Givens und W I Thomas dt livrred addresses at Phmuth Church Sunday evening Dr Piirce addressed the graduat ing class at Ba dad S tuidiv even ing Mrs T B Anderson iis the honord teacher These three I young pers us are the first outside of Sheltiyville and Middlcsboro to I receive diplomas for finishing the Public School COUI seeTht people of B gdad are well pleased with Mrs Anderson The Dr had the pleasure of stopping at the comfortable home rf Deacon Butler and his good wife He returns many thanks to them andspeaks of his tip with pleasure yt r rr SUHOPSONY Merchant TailorI Cleaning and 1ZCl i urI x Itiiy tsar cuiicu IC J siivetwd Special Attention to Lilies Work and Ouof Town Orden All new won Pressed Free of Charge 632 EJaHTH ST LouisvIlle Kentucky Home 1Iimie 483 CIt OOIII I IP 13 THJ3 CLOTHES THAT 11 4Lr MAN Masterson miles the Clrhes- jj I cater to good dressers and quote the vry lowest price 15 I i Regulation Garments jivsa jiispsciall AttsIltbnI l j Cleaningli i i5 f It DYlD Repairing neatly hoe j I i iEI MASTERSON i S W Cor West Walnut Sts Icuisville Ky I i t L r 7T r1r rfawJ1in I if =i = I I j I Z1trt ST DY ri PHABS8ACY fcT T8E i 1 I i CoePayslanalsl r t board Cld rOjCl altrenti l l equmtv 3 r ljbiatuii salii IHojilaL By the Ou rtcrYcui t too loo lit In various puts of the country every rsne t1 isprScttccyI unrivaltld pcontauieSchool of Medicine I ouryearsofsli Months each flew r i Mtunitiwho must retain tiiieiit to clcc1n lur one year attendance teacfcnsr positions Terms January April July and October KxnminattaM mraor each term Students may cmrr nt lwgontug of any Icrnas a means of Jlive Ilh 00 dI tDepartmrnt of Pharmacy Two years six mccMH Rrr eachdesirenMrcssMedlclncM D Dean Loui Ti2 e ftr I a D L KNIGHT Pres 4 Mgr R 1 SMI HI Secretary W H BROWN Teaiurer w1 GAKNETT Collector Wl F MASOM hover THE LOUISVILLE BLALItLIIITIItL 1 t mLDER I INcoBFOBATED 920 NNTH STREETs1 r r AZIHE1 1 Home Telephone 6776 Practical Horseshoeing Wagon Building and Repairing Heavy BUckmiti Work a Special y Wagons of all kinds to loan while your repairs are being made Quick service and satisfaction guaranteed Horses sent for and returned to and from all parts of the city ANNIE L JOHNSON IJEDWHANSBERRY Goods Delivered to all Parts of the Cit y JOHNSON e HAFMSBERRY IEALEBSJN Groceries Meats Vegetables Produce807 Eleventh St Hoire Phone 4380 a BEST PLACE N THE CITY = TAKE YDUB MEALSATr r THE I IubI826 W WALNUT ST Clean Linen and Courteous Attendants I C hsapk Ohio RV FAMED FOR ITS MAG HIFICIENT TRAINS GRAND SCENERY and DINING CAR SERVICE THROUGH PULLMAN CARS RECN E N- INQIONBALTIMOBE LOUISVIL WASH PHILADELPHIA NEW I YORK STOP OVER PRIVILEGES R E PARSON D P A j LoUIS lJJa KY u EMUKRSON If r Cfim7illc- Hfiulei m St Louis Ralrond licKet ce 11 j Koimh Avenue Uoioa Dept ren d Kiver L vtvltIt sr tonis AND wcy I NoI4 I 43rIw10581lvii3prLvtnssaiArstArjraov ST LOUIS TO LOUISVILLE a THE EAST 042 No 44 Nc 4 lsiPLio4pai tz Lv Eransville usLa Lv Owentborou s data J 44p11i 4 aGe Lv Hawenviflt roarAr7 4Spa TJTai All tram rue throu b solid to Evaam Througo Parlor Cars and Pullman Sisepers 0It rams to Evancvillr and St Luuis Trains Hoc 41 43 and 44 connect at Irvington daily with traa Not i 3 Ono 4 for Fordjvtllt Nardukarf air Falls ol Rough Lad otcar ctabOM n Ferricttt btaack l i1 ir sir looks Here lfltI1 Inuriiss 12mo d t i MhfihTil lure eloMmra Ihlie Chrtet Ie11 ffts Cnupkuc cla 900I M MI Varringe Certifitfato 90 ii f liIivicrs Dictionary tni ti wonls very useful Ute i4L4 25 f jrju 3 of the Saved and k tias K lmo cloth 1 CO Mnitiii luLMicjiui Mud Itttuuirkable + KCixI to Prnjrer 12mo cloth 1 00 111f jncli Plan Show cloth 1 00 urr of the lllhle Foster 800 llloa- HMlini3 7M panes 1 M- wo slutulml Sermon Ontllnoo Rich dIH n 00- i j lr4 Heavenward Mrs Prentice 60 vi GllJ1t8Wllttlt 1 60- U IIa Pirllainentary Practice C- OAtofiiuii MID or Humanism which ISixt lK ok on the subject J T llrtnn Cloth 100Kruiii tLw rll It7 to Hell or Is Tliore Any llt m Tianclnp 25 I inndis Lost tliltcn 10ma cloth 25 tiis s is Slieldon 10mo cloth 2J iu i lie Christ Tlios aKempls 2t Ten Nights In a liar Kuom da 2tPrince of the HOUSB of David cla Uholy Living lei OII Jufor Cloth 25 IiJh hlgII ifienii iafrrf 10mo 25 uly War art Jim ul CO- op ntance by Dr H tel t nrroll 25 I vlrwlrrn Danrlng W VV Gardner 25 rs Supppr Dr W K Ilarve 10 u IuI It 1nntSst rots edition 75 tdinll tin Sane Struggles of Rev M1 lams In Ileromlng a Hnptlit 60 Before the Foot lights sequel to Be hind the recurs 60 BaptismI 1 00 Close Cornmff m ty Christian cloth 1 CO Did tly lip lIt 1M1 Christian 75 rUe Iiilli of the Ilaptlsls T T1 n Taper irp Moth 25 Uuptlsr History Vindicated by J T Clri ian 1 00 impels In Illrtory W P hare1 10 The Ilillndelphla Confession of Faith 10 What TheyItfiuvo 1- 1Filn t4 Calvary 1- Jlathw W Ihiiiys Commentary cora pUirt hi itl vols clo 7 2f- tr iSiinu SjJinro 1 Kmns d 23 tutUf lrintIPihtsnn 100 4Chunh Mnntinl 40 ivts IrI Let ro inl Stall 75- r I r r C ro 10 V i sago tlhtarr each 13 AiMicsi all outers lOt AMERICAN BAPTIST Louisville Ky IHinos Central RR Spt CIa Low Kates to HAVANAt and other CUBAN p ants Daily to ri- AL90 30 1904 TO New Orleansr I and Robin AcifuntMardiGras PZBRUARY9tol51904 BEST LINE TOrHOT SPRINGS Arkt j Through personal conducted Ex cursion Sleepers to California t Airzona New Mexico and Ttxai J Cheap one way Colonist and Uome8eekIera Excursion tickets on sale the lit ant 3rd Tuesdays of each month to palate Southand We- stFarming in the South 1 CeatratNuilroadcerning fruit crowing texeuble ffardesmf Stock raising d iryinK etc in the States of Kentucky I BelfryfarmerI nd address to the u dersigned will be mailed fret Circulars No I to 10 incrustsand others as they are published from month to month Also Free NEWOH I Tickets and full particulars Southeast Cor Fourth and Market Streets W J MBIDB City Pan cit01 Address P W HARLOW Div Pas Aff I fifJUIE j Direct LineJChicagoModern r Road BedFast Time Night Trains U IE1esr1nt1Vestibuled1 Lt Loulsvlllo 73S a mAr CMetp 61Up1tJ icelebratedDintos C- aisSummer Resorts Close connections at Chi cago with trains and boats for the resorts of Michigan Wisconsin and Minnesota French Lick West Baden reached only by the MODo SprIqajjThe remedial properties of the norincji at these famous resorts are wotW renowned for chronic ailments of Stomach Liver Kidneys and Dowels You drink the waternature does the teat Seed m mnnnt giving hotel ratei and hill Intonatnoai L13 BACON District Pass ARt Loutpe KT I Central Law School tOUISVILLB CT One cf the s- LAW SCHOOLS A i Of the South offers exceptional JNW7 advantages to thou il airia a = tgat education InilliiMH are graduates of the but Iaw Schools of the Country and A among tbe lending lawyers at the Louisville bar Pot fnrtbw tnfonnatkm and particolace Address ALBERT S WHITE LU ft r r- Y I DEAN a+ 1o t l N I r- r r L lL s 1 f t 1lIrJi v YirI 1- J r J lldt il ili ttit A N H A tidl IUl1 v j RR Url1i I J IJ IIrol Iia o Sunday So ool v Lesson-t SUNDAY FFBRUARY 29 i u HEARERS AND DOERS OF 1 HE WORD MATT 72129 Motto Text = Be ye doers oi the word and not hearers only James i 22 Not every one that saith unto me Lord Lord shall enter into I the kingdom of heaven Kiug dom of heaven here has reference tothe Heaven after death and not to the kingdom set up by our Lord on earth The repetition of Lord shows that the persons expressed great earnestness But their conduct showed it was only lip service Men profess religion and do it honestly who are not really regenerated like the stony ground hearers No one shall en ter Heaven who has not taken the Lord as an atoning Saviour and also as Lord whose commands are to be obeyed But God cannot be mocked by lip service But he that doeth the will of my Father which is in heaven As that will is expressed in the commands liveD us in the Scriptures This obedience is the prool thersecond o the two great command meats is exalted at the expense of the first Men who are kind to their fellowmen and lead lives free from vice are considered Christians although their conduct and their convocation show that Cod occu pies but a small space in their hearts and minds To do Gods will the first and most important thing is to love Him with all the I Mart and soul and mind and strength Many will say to me in that dsypIn the day ot Judgment I Our Lord kept the great day of Judgment continually before the t minds of his bearers It would be a blessing if preachers and Sunday school teachers would follow his example This verse is one of the most aw inspiring in the whole Bible These men and they will be manydied really believing they were Cods servants They were selfdeceived and not hypo I crites They were all Armenians I in their hearts whatever churches f FOIfI in salvation by works r Lord Lord have we not propb I esied in thy name tr Prophesy in the Bible invariably means speak I tl ing by inspiration whether ot the I ti put present or future Bala mI I I spoke this although he WU not a good man Ann in thy name I have cast out devils and in th II same have done many wonderful worklWorked miracles There 0 is no reason to think that Judas ourticJtlIfas ttic uiucr disciples tile do but say we repented towards Gud and trused in the tmerits ot tnine atoning blood tt I They cite the works which had made them conspicuous The were the hustlers in the church es Dot the quiet faithful ones whir I loved God supremely s untLsthm I never knew you depart I from me ye that work iniquity Never knew them as among hit Jt1 regenerated people Us knew I them as his creatures blat Rot as rnbl redeemed No outward wetly ity in church work no bustling and bustling no prominence and rsputatioa among men can win tiSAven Only repentance towards God and faith in our Lord Jesus C irist These men had been free I from vice had lived moral lives and had not sinned against their I r fellows Had they not so lived I fi they would aot have honestly bed Naval they were Christians h b It Is a ttsfrtbte trutbuur Lor t I 1ap aks here k itf a truth which 11ell mr ita this days r 1 pIea iI aN I 4 I h lowed to usurp the place of med tation and priyer Many Christ fans who consider themselves peRt workers would be amazed if they would only stop to consider how little time they spend in reading their Bibles devoiiouuliy in prayer in their closets and in communion with God while meditating upon Him Another terrible truth is that moral men an workers of iniquity even though they are prominent in church work if they are not regenerated Therefore whosoeverTieareth these sayings of mine and doeth themWhat he said in the sermon of which this iis the close But the words apply also to all his sayings and those ot the Holy Spirit Men will hear the fir command to sinners to repent tI seek the forgiveness of then sins but hearing is not obedience I will liken him to a wise man who built nis house upon a rockAs- ure foundation Luke puts it more graphically he is like a man which built a bouse and digged deep and laid the foundation on a rock Religion is not rhe easy thing to get it is sometimes represented Our Lord bids us to ago nize to enter the strait gate And the rains descended and the floods came and the winds blewThe floods are the streams from the mountains swollen into torrents by the rains and rushing rinsefman who bad fastened his founda tions upon the solid rock had no reason to fear the storm It had required much more labor and time to build his brine thus but he is not sorry when the tempests arise His wisdom is vindicated The man who has obeyed God finds that his faith holds when temptation comes and unregerj erated nature would have failed And every man who beareth these sayings of mine and doeth them not shall be likened unto foolish man which built bar house upon the sandThe sand refers to the 1 JOBS surface of the ground or perhaps to the said accumulated in some part of a mountain ravine which looks smooth and firm but u liable to be swept away by the next flood Broaddus And the rains descended and the floods came and the winds blew and beat upon that house and great was the fall of itThe sand being swept out the foundations gave way and the whole house came down in utter wreckIour Lord closed the sermon on toe Mount which began with the bless ings He was never unfaithful to bis hearers He never bid from them the awful consequences of sin Nc one else had as much to say of hell as the Lord When some raxJern men talk gushingly and on so sweetly of the spirit of Christ they forget this The people were astonished at his doctrine His teaching Both the matter of it and the manner of it They no doubt gave expression to their astonishment when he eased speaking For he taught them as one haying authority and not as the Scribes There is no reflection 01 the scribes in these vibrds The good men among them were care fall to teach the people what was revealed in the Old Testament of Gods will Our Lord being God 1 spoke with authority In tbii sermon he had spoken of himself as the J edge at the last day tku I clearly asserting his divinity w M YtAgMssai T 1tlRM1N0j r J- PATENTS k i r j 4 lr the Phelps Hall Iihl1raini n- S fl90l CouoeOtrd with the Itakrfce Normal sad Industrial Iiut Takr ice AIudra bVri oplmrtuklI tie lu jrutiug men Ibis lug to pinptue fir tke Christian ministry The ehief aim of the iBstruotloB to to afar youif ales and women aoomprbaalve knowledge the Bagllfth Bible and to Implaat IB their heart BB ambltioa to dedleat theirlives to the elevatloB and Ghriatlaalsatton of tkelr raw eta required to 4o miMioaary wok la th various churches B id SBn y MhlB sear the institatiea and report OB Mm MOb week The teaching in the Bible aoheel Ila whey aadeaomtaatlonal the inten Lion Mint sot tooppoee or antagoali any theological work sow beiag done but ratker to sexist all clBUlIutea- PbW Hall a three storfoa hip It eoata1a a ohapel library raadlag1 room moe and three rceitatioa roams b sides forty rooma fordurmltory per pooa Rev Edgar J Paaav la in bJIltYOadeon A special ovate of lectures to given each year in the Rial aokool by Dr Co O Boot ot Salraa Ala Ri Rev Georg W Clinton of N Cand Dr HT Joanioa of Philadelphia Other notablesl also latur from time to time TbtohlBK to fr The uoet ef board imoludinc furnished iom light fuel end lauadryiig it eight dollars per moth tedents are afforded an epportBmfcy to work two three dol Tar of this aateaat sack moatb In tome isles arrange meats oaa bs made to work out the ntlr SUB Lack ol Bteaos used debar aon Further la formation If desired can be IaCHlreiI by addle BOOK T WASHINGTON Principal Igdntriala Wr1tl Farr Muni 1104 jI IIIrlobo C Weber director ef WeI i kaithe Pristf lend of America baa 1IBS eN the Hi Lost WerJda Fal I III Ii- I Will be distributed through the pan WaI R Worlds Fair Route ar 10 rata p eoiy The music a In sheet foras arraBgt for tke plant being Try kaBdeemi gottoa up with highly HlamlBBtd r lie cover Mr John C Weber is nly B great Musical Director but has written sorsyeryatchy and pul ular m rehee Phe St LtuI Worlds Pair March to the lets usessa sal will add far her to his fasts Mr Wiber and hU great nraalBsiloB f artist baa twice defeated all comer In the BBtlonal conteeU at ilk R BB Iou The lateet fcriBmph was at Balti more XdOD theUst of last July wka a notable eontett ompoeec4 ef aM leading bands of Arena wea the rat prto of 1100000 It U coBfldoBtly x peeled that Mr Weber Welds Fair March will become apopular airdarlag I tile next year sad every household should have B copy of this music I Sod 10 oeuta IB silver t the slyer signal and a copy of U Worlds Pair March will be maild to year addree iB Mark Envelope WOBLBS PAIB MAac= MatiB this paper whoa ordtlrag o p MCCARTY OeBl Pasenir AgU aFloWasCinelasati M A Real Chance or- Enterprising Canvassers The demand forPaoFBflsonWE B PuBon great book TheSoulsofBlack has base so nmerkabfe ssfscMj weaybooks Iedll SseYoThis powerful stady of M Negro Question sheds ahead of all otken sasryaahAa th sus pj4A IMrIttUltIIIIfa aMt theeaaiatbook1to I ever are Cstoa asi4ormaUos h c COr ltiiNtMtrs 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tiel of ground containing 1261lots This property fronts on Broa1 way 416 ft and it runs north 1600 test wkhia 150 fist of Chart out Street hIS an avenge 8j feet wid i raaaiag to aa alley This suburb has all the advantages of citimproyMluata water fas electric light and saw connections Broadway will bt paved to Western Park and street can will lUll to it this year RBMBMBBR TBIRB AR1 OVLT 126 LOPS in all and several of them have bata sold If you wish to frw chase a home in a select net hborhoad where osJy irBtckai colored people will be permitted come sad tM us at ilea I No city taxes improvements cost you notbimf H MCDONALD A SON 237 FIFTH ST UUMILLt n 1 HOME SEEKERS fjCsfffffH9 at t- iLOW RATESto rainy polite ia the follnwiag territory ArisoBa Colorado IIId1a Territory Iowa lIrI1NebrukOklahoma South Dakota Texas Utafc WisooBsiB Lad Wyoming over the Big Four Route Slli darts Decimir I and IS IIDI JiitumryS Mi 19 Family Sad II March 1 trtlS Afril 5 ii1191904F- or fall inJbrmatioB tad 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