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J I j f i A ERICAN BAPTISLJ VOL XXVI NO XII tjLOUISVILLE KY FRIDAY MARCH 18 1904 ESTABLISHED 1879 TRUE REST BY LUCY FLKTOHB God tends sometimes a stillness In our life Tbe blvouao the sleep Wben on the silent battle fieldtrie atrlfe la hushed in slumber deep When wearied hearts exhausted sink to rlIt- Remembering not the struagle nor the quest He giveth rest more perfect pure and true While we big burdens boar It tplngeth not from parted pain but through The accepted blesslne there The lesson pondered oer with thoughtful eys The faith that sees in all a meaning wise Doep in the heart of pain Gods hand bath apt A hiddenrer and bliss Take as hlsgirt the pain the gift brinK yet A truer happnww Gods yoloA peaks through it all the bitbest bhwt TIna bid bis people enter into rest- Selected Thor Are Some Remedies fladlipensible in any family Among here tile experience of years ae wee us should be recorded Paicklller For both internal and external api Hoa j iloas we have found it of great valueII sp olally oan we recommend It for Bolds heumattsn or fresh wounds aid buUes Christian lees Avoid substitutes there is but onb Painkiller I Perry Davis Price So and Wo RAMBLING A Visit 19 the Tusks Confer- enc In the month Fb for several years Rambler haafnuml pinaimre and profit jn attending the Farmers Conferenoe as I the W rkera Conference at Tuake Eeofor investigation and information as well as teoreation This year he left Louisville OB the evening of Feb the 16tb Ila company with our congenial friend Prof J B Garvin of Winchester Kyi who wadI our companion during the jonrney and during the stay at Teskegec Our tram was a little late reaching Montgomery the next morn lag ad our stay was out a little short bat that time was put to good use Rambler found tbs Baptist ministers assembled for their weekly meeting at the Dexter Avenue Baptist church and had the plasure of greeting Revs W W Collej CM Wells and others After exchanging few words with them and introducing our friends we visited tfco state capital which was also the flrot capitol of the late confederacy This is always an interesting place to a visitor and our friends eojiyed the vloit Returalng to the station Rambler found a number of friends and the oar filled with visitors en route to TUB kes e The ride to Chehaw was full of interest as the friends always find BflOh to talk about who are going this wsy for the first time On reaching Cnebaw we fouad the station had been burned and thing looked lonesome but we were soon huddled in the little train for Tnskrgee five tlesaway- which was reaobed in a few minutes The train now goes right up into the laotltute campus instead of stopping a all froa the grounds which is much sore convenient for the visitors RAm biers first duty was to see tbat his friend Sarrln was comfortably placed aad ken to see friends Of course we- stet with a cordial reception at our Kentucky hone the residence of Prof aad Mrs H14 Thomas where e are always weltme In addition to Marie ttad Dorotay we were greeted this year I by little Julia Webb the latest addition KenuIlaothat model hum Rambler spent the afternoon railing upon friends in the ommnnlty IDa took dinner with Pr f and Mrs Looker T Washington and a f 1ataber of their guests In the evening fallowing a custom observed since the Conference was Inaugurated a prelim unary men In was held in the chapel where a KrcaL crowd of student and filoD e anjbl d to listen to Inspiring B UCO and tmndfdI uddresses Dr Wa blStfJl p addlid the speakers WITH Ptesides t C V M eerv of Sbaw UftvrMiy Pn r K H Webster of Atllsimts U tVt tatty Piof P W Dawk t lea of 8 0f and W Be Steward Esq tCKtBtacky The addrewes were all f listened to w ith deep staud they were pointed and edpesday- morning th i early hours were speut in visiting the different departments of this great instituting and meeting fr ends who had oome in during the nightThe opening session of the Farmers Conference was held In the chapel aca Rambler was delighted with what he saw land heard As the detailed reporti has appeared in many papers declarations published in your columns there will be little need to give nn ex Lcndbd notice here Au person iutwi eated In the progress of the race could listen to the unique and thoroughly original reports and addresses without gathering inspiration and a source of hopefulness for time aud for eternity The Conference continued in uesaiou until its work was completed and it adjourned to the campus where an old fashioned barbecue was served lo the hungry multitude Every one was fill ed and still there wale euuugh far many more Tiis is a featur of the Conference and it is no easy matter to pre pare for so many and see that they are served promptly aid without friction This part of the Courert nee is rather of a social character for it not only allows the opportunity to satisfy the inner man but an opportunity for personal heart to heart talks about the impor taut questions which are uppermost in nearly every mind In the evening another popular meeting was held in the chapel In which students and visitors participa ed Short talks were made by Hon I T Montgomery of Mound Bayou Miss Bishop Isaac Lane of the C M B church President Geo Sale of Atlan ta Baptist College Rev H T Johnson D D Editor of the Christian Recorder and Rey R T Brown Editor of the Christian Idex These talks were all interesting enjoyable and encouraging and they reflected much of the spirit of the occasion The exercises were interspersed with some excellent singing by he big choir The visitors seemed most to enjoy the Jubilee songs but Rambler felt very much like throwing up his hat and hurrahing when he heard the strains of My old Kentucky Bomebd the old tune sung by choir and congregation He was about to take tkis as a personal compliment to himself when he chanced to remember that Prof Garvin was from Kentucky and perhaps 25 or 80 students are enrolled from the Corn oracker State Thursday was the Workers Confer once aud was a very profitable etiDg of earnest workers As remarkable as were many of the experiences reported in the Farmers Conference some equal ly remarkable were tod iu the Workers Conference in discussing the work of students after leaving school The re faults were very satisfactory and refuted BUOcesBfallythe idea that educating the Negro was a mistake in any way The Conference adjourned about 2 oclock and there was a rush for dinner and the train Rambler dined at the cosy home of Mr and Mrs Emmett J Scott with Miss Susie B Thomas and it was an interesting event A homelike dinner served by a homeliKe hosteps in a homelike way made it doubly enjoy able All the little Scotts except the twins were in the party and it in more ways than one added zest and merriment to the dinner hour Just after Rambler had bid the Thomas family adieu and started for the train he learned that Prof Chas F Sueed oCI Kokstein Norton University had just reached Tunkegee after all the fun was over Delayed trains had made him late but he evened up matters bs re maining several days to see the sights Our train returning was crowded again but it was a happy and congenial crowd and tne time went merrily on until Montgomery was reached Prof Garvin had to return by way of Opeli ka his ticket was routed that way and Rambler had the pleasure of being iu the company of Pev W R Pettlfcrd DO President of the Penny Savings Bank Birmingham Ala It sometimes brings relief when you are moneyless to be in close touch with one who has the control of much filthy lucre and that Wit Ramblers good fortune returning homeward Rambler left Tuskegee with the in tontlon of spending BTiday at the New Bra Institute in Bowllug Green but when he awoke that morning and found he earh covered with BUOW and the thermometer going downward he al most changed his mind But he vent ured to stop and was hospitably TV coned by Rev at d Mrs B D Carpen ter and the children The day was spent at the Institute and in visiting friends Home was reached early Saturday morning but the contrast in the weather was so great that Rambler almost wished that he Wile way down in Dixie where the sun shines on both alder of the street nearly all the year XUMBXBK CONVICTION AND CONVERSION The plain teaching of the Bible from beginning to end la that we are sinners and that we need salvation from the guilt and defilement of sin Christ came into the world to save sinners Those who realize that they are sinners and who apprehend the awful nature of sin will be ready to ac cept Christ aa their Saviour aa he ie offered to them To the BO who are satisfied with themselves Christ iis not attractive and precious The story ol the gospel falls uul ceded ou their tars and his grace strikes no responsive tenderness or faith iu their hearts In order to an appniation of Christ their must be a sense of need of his salva tion Tbe awakened or convicted sinner lia in the condition in which he Ie moat apt to accept Christ and become saved TiOie who realize that they are sick are anxious for the assistance that the physician can render They who know that they are sinful and guilty and lost and ruined ate ready to reach up the hand aud voice ol faith and welcome Christ as he otters to be their Savior J hu the Baptist preach ed repentance and prepared the way for the corning of Christ and there must be the preaching of the same truths today if we would see Christ come savingly to human heart The greatest revivalists have labored to show people that they were sinners aud then they have pointed to the Lamb of God who takes away the sin of the world Christ spoke the plain est words that were ever uttered aa to the wick dneHs und the ill deserts of sin IIH prophets and apostles under the innpirng guidance of the Holy Spirits spoke i t thunder touee agai at bin Ancient and modern evangelists have not shunned to declare the counsel of God nu title pout One of the most trn neniloiiH sermons tver preached was the one by Johnathan Edwards ou Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God Flnney and Payaou and Moody and Spurgeou have spoken aa plainly as the lighfnlug of Mt Siaui on files fact that men are sinners Newman Hall whose Come to Jeaus has been so widely read based his entreaties on the fact that Jesus is the only possible fcjavior of lost and ruined sinners A auccesfful teacher of theology in elided in his instructions that preach ers should preach to that men would be convicted of tin When once they come to realize theft lost condition they will be ready to be saved It is wise to preach what the Scriptures teach aa to Huil aud the final and eter nal portion of the pr aiateutly unre pentant It Is not wise to assume to be better than God and leave the things unsaid that are calculated to turn men away from siu to lad The groat revivalist Mr Nettletuu once requested a young woman who was Indifferent to the whole matter of teligion to make the prayer Cord show me myself every day until he he should see her again She kept her promise and she came to see herself as a lost and ruined sinner When next Mr Nettleton saw her YOue weeks afterwards she was m dee conviction seeking to know the way of salvation Agaii he left with her a prayer this time Lord show me thyself She came to see Christ all the one who died for her that she might be saved aud she trustfully and lovingly accepted hint The great tact that underlies all successful gospel work lie that Jesus Christ died to save sinners When human hearts are made to realize their uinful ness they bra reudy as they could not be before to accept the Savior Her ald aud Presbyter We Are All Familiar with the deep hoarse bark grimly called a graveyard cough It ia the cry of the tortured lungs for mercy Give them mercy in the form of Allens Lung balsam a remedy for pulmonary trouble o highly esteemed that it IB recommended even in the early stages of consumption In the later stages mortal skill id unavailing Nobody can afford tm neglect a cold Appeal for State Mission Work Special notice of the near approach of the end of the First Quartet March yist 1904 Urgent appeal for contribu tions for the support of State mission work in Kentucky This ia to any and all frlendn to Chrlatan Missionary work While it maybe sent especially to taatora churches superintendents Sunday Schools B Y P U societies or any other organization that is Inter ested lu the spread of the gospel of Jesus Christ it is also an apptal to individuals as well suggesthowshould give something to and for this i great workIFur how can they hear without a preacher and how can tbtYII preach except they be sent 1 To teat we ueea uieuuu to carry ou work is puutug it in the mildest lhaII Die lorm Wo trust than the work as it IB being done iis giving satisfaction to all concerned wtiich iu aa follows Rev Gem VY Hamilton district miu diunury is giving his entire time toac Live WltSlliol dry work Rev R B Butler distrust missionary is holding New lira lusiiluteit aua uoiug fluid work combine us per plaa of cuopuratiou of the boards toY 1 ii Kennedy gemtal wlatouary id also doing isti tute work in aduluou lo sup ivisiuK tLe State work in general We hope you may tltHf your way clear to leiiu a Helping baud in Lute quarters couiri butiouuSVliila it is true that we cannot uiuke touching appeals fur State or houe mubious uaudU and ate wade for lor tigu missioud the iuot luuiaius that I tho seeds of the home field are jjust WittIyiouuryetuiiiate from the missionary spirit at I home Water cannot rise above itII level We will have to depend most wholly upon contributions for missionariespending upon you to help us out We ask not that you do what you say you want to do but we uaiat that you do what you can do Read this circular yourself and to others aud talk to your I pastor and the brethren about it and the work Read li Cor 8 ythe last clauae the grace of giving One might with profit read the whole chapter tVe ask an abiding interest In your prayers for the success of the work Please scud contributions to Rev P H Keuuedy U27 Clay Street Hen Uersou Ky- Done biorder of the Executive Boartfcjf tnTHcuer l A ooiatlon C H PAHRISU Chairman- W K RICHARDSON Secy Louisville Ky- UNIVERSITY NOTES S U Rah rub rah rah s U Rah rah rah rah Hurrah Hurrah I State University rah rah rah xoxChurches aud Sunday Schools which have not reported to the March Rally are requested to send in a contribution aa soon as possible Rev W R Payne is now pastor at Frankfort His recognition services were held last Sunday aftern on Dr Purse preached the recognition sermon for Rev R1 Frye last Sunday afternoon at Main Street church Lexing ton Dr Puree reports that the colored business enterprises of Lexington are dt ing nicely That Deacon and Mrs Miller with Mr and Mrs Neighbors and other friends made his stay most enjoy able and pleasant Rev J W Thomas preached an ex cellent sermon for Berean Sunday even lugIer J W Million preached at Emi nence last Sunday Mrs Frye accompanied the Rev to jexinglou last week Ihu Literary Society uad a lively time last week electing officers The Bereuu Sunday School choir ia furnishing some very line music from their new books It is a race between the onurch and Sinday School choirs Seniors may be seers very busy in time Librurits now Commencement in drawing near- Commenueiueut Is always on Thurs flay following the the at coed Sunday in Maywhich is known as Commencement unsay All students are interested in the draw ing depaituieut WANTED TRUST WORTHY LADII or gentleman to manage business ttII county and adjoining territory for a hou I of solid financial standing 2000 atraigL i cash salary find expenses paid Monday direct from headquarters eaatII pense money advanced position perms nent Address Manager Ooh Honor Big Chicago Are the Beat Lesson Helps pub J IIFgrowththey I ginning of the year Prices have also been reduced MONTHLIES Baptist Superintendent 7 cents Baptist Teacher 10 ptr eofy t perquarterl- QUARTERLIES Senior 4 cents Advanced 2 Jatermedlate 3 Primary 2 Our Story Quarterly new IX per copjl per quarter I PAPERS trquarter I t Toting Reaper Good monthly 15 celb per flr In clubs ten or more 10 cents peryea American Baptist Society WESTERN HOUSE Olive Street St Louis Mo K N I Institute Notes I At the close of the winter term special rhetorical was given by the middle class The exercises were of a high grade and very uieditauly rendered a large crowd was in attendance and every one was wel leased IlIiss Emma Savage of Cincnnati 0 was the guest of Prof Ha baways fam ily for several days Rev J E Wood of Danville spent several days on the Hll visiting his brother he conducted devotional exer else in chapel for up last Wednesday iLorniug Mr W S Blanton of Versailles paid a flying visit to Normal Prof T J Smith of Versailles was on the Hill Thursday March 4tb The Teachers Review Course begun March Dill with a much larger attend ance than ever before The following young ladles visited termIi of Midway Piei con of Midway Hudson of Danville Green of HarrodeburR Miss Fannie Thomas was called to Danville owing to the death of her brother Mies Eva Watts was ca led to Irving ton to illness of her mother We are sorry to announce the death of Ernest G HftUHfor class of 03 he was a ouub man of strong cbrietiau character pleasant manners aud loves by all who kufcir him Ae a proof of the sigh etteeiu in which be was held the school sent suitable resolutions and flowers His bereaved family have our deepest Htbawayattendjed FOR OVUR SIXTY YEARS MRS Waist ows SOOTHING SYRUP has been used for over sixty years by millions of mothers for their children while zttl ing with perfect success It sootbl sth child sottens the gums allays 1 pals cures wind colic and is the best tmedj for Diarrhoea It will relieve the little sufferer immediately Sold by damggist iu every part of the world tn M yfiv cents a bottle Be sure and ask iOr Mt Winalows Soothing Syrup and take D other Appeal to Churches To President of State Conventions Moderators of Associations Pastors of Churches and Baptist Generally xozDear Brethren You are hereby asked to Icln me In an effort to raise a collection of 1000000 on the first Sunday in April for our Foreign Mission work m West South and Bast Africa and in South America It Is not possi ble in this brief letter to set forth in detail the pressing needs of our mission fields but believe me that the honor of our Foreign Mission Board and the good of the Baptist denomination depends very largely upon whatshall be done k y our fifteen thousand Baptist churches for missions on the first Sua LESSON LEAFLETS Bible eacaFrlSUtryper quarter I Pictmre Lessons 2J4 seats pir ttt t ptr qutrltr I Bible lesson Pictures 75 cents per quaver I HOME DEPARTMENT SUPPLIES OF ALL KINDS antiAdvancedper copy I per quarter I I ILLUSTRATED ptrjttrl centsBoys22OurLtttleOneawee 11Tour6TblWork I of I Publication 1407 NegroBaptist day in April dlIsimiuated among the people in heath en lands if the work already begun is to be successfully carried on and UM lives our dear missionaries aretabtI preserved we must act now and Mt altogether If it were possible I would address a personal letter to every Baptist Pastor in the United States with the hope of inducing him to Mt aside every other matter aud hlp t make the flrit Sunday in April the greatest missionary day ever recorded I by the Baptist iu this country But M I canuot do that I am praying M I write this appeal that it will go from one to another until every one beta heard the call and will resolve to makemthe day one of prayer and sacrifice fur the extension of the Masters kiogdea over all the world Dr Jordan tbe Secretary of our For eign Mission Board will himself be la Africa when tbe day comes for the collection but let none witholdIn that account but take a collection sad send to the National Baptist Foreign Mission Board 726 West Walnut St Louisville Ky Very Truly yours B C MORRIS Helena Ark March 1904 Preildaat National Baptist Convention Baptist papers please copy NOTICE The Eminence Baptist church will not be responsible for the care of say preacher who may come to visit It without being invited through the Beard All ministers desiring to My us a visit will write Proto F B Hawk ins 712 W Kentucky at Louisville KyDone by order of the Deacon Board HARRISON ARMSTRONG Chalraaa F B HAWKINSCltrk Eminence Ky A FORTUNE IN EGGS I got so mauy letters from my old home about preserving egga that Iwill answer them through your paper I started in 1888 with 86 bought eggs at 8 to 10 cents in summer preserved and sold tem in winter ajt 25 and 80 cents a dozen I preserved eggs 12 years and made 80000 My niece started in 1894 with 10 which she reinvested each year with the profits and now she has 16346 all made from 10 reinves ted in eight years You can buy eggs from 8 to 10 cents and aell from 25 to 81 figure the profits yourself To preserve them cost a cent a dozen I cant answer letters as I travel but aay peraom oan get desired informantlon br ad dressing the Peoples Supply Co1 No 6 Moore Block New Concord Ofaie enclosing a two cent stamp they start ed me This is a good business incity or country c GBBKN a It is our Makers care that plaaU patsToless filial than to repine at his there Cobbe BELLSrtitan Idle tAssrh mad MIl ua 1 aM 4ts l1tir J oi iA n 4 I AUiULtJAN btrrit3T FRIDAY DfARCHis 19Q4 AMERICAN BAPTIST KSTABU81JKD 1879 PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDA OVVICR 710 FIFTH ST LoursviuE Kv mEl jiat YRAK In ativani 125 aL MONTHSII 75 VHRBS MONTHS Ie 40 IfiirONB COPY PUB I- Doe year M Lay OM who win Mild es DIYe DMM mawffe ca tkefabdf yoo paper shorn W what Mae yea kave paW Ik inwi both as a receipt aDdI- S nqutst rot payment- If proper credit has not been girfa within two of to wells from tuna1 pej eal notify DO As tify us promptly of any change ia Post Offi e GI Ache so that there way be ao eras ow delar r- r1tiry ef paper cThta paper is regularly mwllwl 19 IlBMibacrlbers until adefluit dell t discontinue IB recei ve gad Ole subscription paid in tall to the time the order lu t ea FRIDAY MARCH i3 1904 THE measure to prevent the co education of the races in this State has become a law and Berea Col lege the only Institution in Ken tucky effected by the law wit1 have to meet a most serious pro blem I t seems a little strange that after this Institution has existed a halfcentury ana Jone such a noble work that it sulId be crip pled by legislation bJsi entirel upon race prejudice The attend ance at that Institution hrs always been entirely voluntary and as it i supported entirely by private con tributions and is in no way under State control there could be no reason at this late day for such Legislation except upon the basis of the clamor for entire separation of the races So eager were the ad vocates of the measure for it to ba come a law that they would not even allow the trustees of the insti tution a reasonable time to arrange the affairs of the institution for the 4 changed conditions The present legislature which it was claimed represented more progress and intelligence than any of its predeces sors has passed more class legisla lion than the legislatures which met in the da s of slavery and allowed Beica College to exist an- do d the work for which it was found ed IT is strikingly strange that all1 the announcements concerning delegatesat large to the National Republican Convention appearing in the daily papers have studiously avoided any reference to the prominent i Negro Republicans who have Deen named f u r that position This has been interpreted to mean that it is the determination o the party leaders in this State to sen fewer white Republicans to Chicago instead of following the usual custom of sending three white and one Negro Republican There ca be no question as to the propriet- of following the usual custom n we are certain it will work to the future injury of the patty Ifany change is made that will eliminate the Negro Republicans frum the delegation Vc ire slow about drawing the color line in the party but when the color line is drawn against us it must be met in the same spirit or the slight recugni tion awarded Negro Republicans will be curtailed Tub RE has been a good deal said lately about the matter of cooperation in denominational workall of which indicates that there iis a growing sentiment i favor of the movement Last Stplirber the preliminary steps were ukcn look jug toward co operation and conferences were actually held and sug gestions made as to future meet togs The hopes of the ardent supporters of the movement have not been realized thus far and those whose business it is to call anoth conference have not seen the necessity for prompt action iin the matter There is no reason why some kind of work should not be jointly done between the Nationall Baptist Convention and the Ameri can Publication Society and our other great denominational ani zations that would result in perma nent gild lasting good to all con cernedII WHETHER in one section ol the country or the ether lynching is wrong and everywhere threatens to destroy the fundamental principles of good gCvernment and deserves I I the severest condemnation The lynching in Springfield Ohio last week was no exception to the rule and displayed the usual depravity brutality and bitterness not only against the victim of tne crime but against rembers of the race who had nothing in the world to do with the violation of the law TheyI were made innocent sufferers simp ly because of their color and noth I wasdpromptly called out to suppres5 the t mob but it does seem had the ne cessary precaution bten taken and the necessary courage and bravery shown in the beginning the terri ble outbreak ainst law and order could have been averted Sprin field has always shown a friendly interect in theI rice and gilled in its progress and it is both rising and deplorable that aL gin g should have happened to i di turbed or changed these conditions I The good law which Hon H C Smith had passed to allow dam- agesI to the heirs o f the pets n goesyI but something better is needed to I prevent mob violence even i n OhioI I WHILE the Odd Fellow Journall as published in the interest of that r Order there would be no more iim- propriety in that paper discussing racial questions or questions effect ing the race than it would be iin I any of our denominational jour nals discussing the same questionsI because they are published in ther interest o fa denomination AsI Negroes all our editors are interested in racial questions a s are our readers and it is a view entirely too narrow to find fault with Brot Asbury because he discusses questions other than those of interest alone to Odd Fellows The journal has done the Tact great service and its influence ought not to be restricted simply because it ha struck some of our contemporaries in a tender spot Lecture by Prof W E B DuBois at Quinn Chapel QuiaiChapel was crowded by an appre ciative audience to hear the splen did lecture of Dr W E B DuBois of Atlanta on the subject Th Thdmusical numbers were rendered by the Oratorio Society and the unIderPoPuiaYr suggestion speaker d dhis subject in a very adroit an pleasing manner to give emphasis to the necessity and value of the higher education Prof A E Mey zeek President of the Teachers 1 Institute made a very pleasing ad dress in presenting the speaker of the evening An hour before the lecture Dr DuBoi was entertained by the Banneker Reading Circe at the residence of Mr and Mrs A E Meyzeek 1520 Maple 4 yet I Y M C A NOTE i Mr Hathaways address Snlida was especially instructive and help ful He has been asked to repeat itIi The Annual Meeting will be held at Quinn Chapel Sunday at 3 p m March 2oth Let every friend off Christian manhood and good citi zenship be there I A cordial welcome is extended t the ladles I I t i Dr L H Brown the eloquent Methoer dist church will be among the speakers at the annual meetingII NILThe Ladies of the Auxiliary are requested to meet at the rooms next Tuesday at 5 p m j f NEWS AND NOTES sRev I Lampkins has removed from Shelby ville Ky to Anderson Ind and may hereafter be addre sI ed at 802 Myers Ave that cityI Rev B R Reed D DofBloomington Ind is conducting aI great meeting for the Second Baptist church at Shelby vile Ind The Baptists of Austin Tex have already hrgun active preparations for the entertainment of the National Baptist Convention which I will meet in that city in Sept em her Rev B J Garrett has resigned the pastorate of the Main St Bap tist Cnurch Hopkinsville Ky It is thought he will enter the evange listic work The Republican State Central cityglast Wednesday night decided to call the State C onvention to meet In Louisville Tuesday May 3 The representation will be one delegate tor each too votes cast for McKm sley in I goo Gov Vardaman of Mississippi has given emphasis to his hostility to Negro education by vetoing u bill appropriating 220000 to the Holly Spring Normal School adl journed by enactII ment last Tuesday night rights of the people are safe for two years longer unless it meets in special session under call ot the Governor The inaugural services cf Rev John Gordon DD as president ofl Howard University Washington D C will take place Wednesday March 30th We acknowledge an invitation to the exercises Rev Robert Mitchell D D hasI dosed a successful revival with the First Baptist Church Kansas City erSe baptized into the fellowship of the church last Sunday Rev W H Tillman assisted during the revival The United States Supreme court last Monday rendered a descision positionI NorthI thei e aned I this decision will force its dissolu organtraei tions in the future I Let cur pulpits be filled with Go odf t souls than they think ofan easy time and honor and money Le them call the people together eve I I theIthe prayer meetings and Sunda School Let him visit the sick and counsel the erroring And sale ary that will in some degree Compensate his labors The Torch lightOne isvI sued by the American Baptist Pub lication Society is BOYS and GIRLS This is a four page wepkly of larg size beautifully illustrated andsol at the low rate of 22 centsper year Several limes during the year there i ar i I j containinghi antioj else pertaining to the seasons or conInectedthe homes of Baptist boys and girls1 cannot be found I For the first time in the history- of bankruptcy proceedings in New I York City a womon has been ap J pointed to a recievership She iis theIbar and was selected by United States District Judge Holt to take charge of the affairs ofa dressmaker who failed for a smallamount I We have recently sent a large i number of personal letters to subscribers and we take this means of Il urging immediate responses from those who have not given the mat ter attention I SCHOOL NOTES Prof W E B DuBois was a pleasant visitor at the High School last Monday He was delighted with what he saw and heard Wataru Sakabira the Japanese lecturer visited the Centraland Western schools this week Dr D T Smith who was chair man of the Committee on Colored Schools a number of years ago was a visitor at the Western school Wednesday and gave an interest ing talk to the pupils Miss Jeannette L Steward sub stituted at the High School this week for Mr M L Goodall who was on the sick list HIGH SCHOOL ROLL OF HONOR Senior Class Department of Math ematics Piercy Kester- Deparment of English Literature Asher Brown Alee Carroll Fan nie Coleman Mary Dent Wm Evans Clara Frazier Jos French Corinne Kalfus Estella Kennedy Geo Strickland Lula Swindler Department of Science Joseph French Corinne Kalfus Estella Kennedy Sophomore Class Department of MathematicsEthel Ethel Jackson Beulah Maxwell Marguerite Parks Violet Thomas Dora Withers L Parks Carrie Patterson Department of Latin Ethel Gibbs Marguerite Parks Department of Rhetoric- L Fuller Ethel Gibbs Wm Jackson Jesse McWhorter L Parks Lucille Annis Cl tra Bar bour Benella Daniels Belle Davis Bessie Davis Clara Edwards Ma rie Gilliard Suaie Hurt Frances Lang Katie Lewis Ethel Malone Beulah Maxwell Btnaugusta Mo ran Julia Morris M Parks Carrie Patterson L Pope Bessie Tucker H Tucker Maggie Whitman Dor WithersDepartment ot Phys cs Lewis Parks Lucille Annis t Frances EllisonIEthel Gibbs Beulah Maxwell Marguerite Parks Harriet Tucker Freshman Class Department oi Mathematics ChatmandMary Edwards Arnetta Moseby Virginia Berry LatintohnsonryJames Adams Everett Bailey Charles Black James Mtrrs Har MastersonY1 John Primus Edward Sbree Vir ginia Berry Ethel Brash fir Hazell Brown Bonevene Cecil Mamie Lha mond Lertie Coates Sunshine Conway Mary Edwards Aletha Gibson Coretta Greathouse Nora MaIthaiKellev Zelle May Lively lantha Marshall Leora Meaux Fanai- Money Arnetta Mosby Mary Plun Racbedt Stringer Ice a Aunora Taylor Mary Willie Taylor Sarah Thomas Mattie Todd Dlozell Troutman Lorena Wheeler Cassie Wilson Lou Willie Withers Department of English Ada Anderson Aljulia Coleman Alma Henderson Edna Johnson I Fannie Marshall Sallie Ross Rox j ant Shipley LilJie Smiley James II Adams Everett Bailey Virginia Berry Ethel Brashear Hazel1 Brown Mamie Chatinond Lertie Coates Lucile Davis Hattie Davis I 1 t IIouiIIUP RIDII1t ISUiDg mO N Eo Car rUth and Market Streets Boxes forrant in Stron9 est Safety Vault s500- peryear rind uPward IIMary Edwards Coretta Greathouse Maggie Harkins Martha Hughes Eva Kelley Irene Marcome Arnet t ta Moseby Blanche Simms Auno ra Taylor Mary Willie Taylor Su suie Thomas Mozella Troutman Lorena Wheeler Department of Physioloey Robert Morris Ada Anderson Lizzie Briscoe Emma Lee Clay brook Estella Clayton Aljulia Cole man Mamie DuVall Florence Hill Edna Johnson Arneita Leach Fannie Marshall Sallie Ross Tillie Smiley Reggie Smith James Ad ams Everett Bailey Virginia Ber ry Hazel Brown B Cecil Mamie Chatmond Sunshine Conway Ma ry Edwards Julia Jewell Eva Kel ley Aunetta Moseby Mary Willie Taylor Sarah Thomas Mozella Troutman Lorena Wheeler Cassie Wilson Department of General History James Adams Everett Bailey Virginia Berry Ethel Brashear Mamie Chatmond Mary Edwards Coretta Greathouse Aunetta Mose by Alice Taylor Mary Willie Taylor Mozella Troutman Lorena Wheeler Cassie Wilson NOTES OF LOCAL INTEREST Mr Jas Carter and Miss Jennie Keller both of New Albany Ind were married last Sunday afternoon in that city at 724 E 4th street Rev W A Jones officiating There were 102 deaths in the city last week a considerable de crease from the previous week bu stillabout the average Mr Fred Generals the blind newspaper vender underwent a operation at the Broadway Infirm ary last Monday He is reported as being much improved aRev J H Frank D D Chair man of the Foreign Mission Board has gone East to take part in some farewell meetings in honor of Rev I G Jordan D D who sailed for Africa last Wednesday in the in terest of the Foreign Mission work The ordinance of the Lords Supper will be administered next Sun day afternoon at the Beargrass Cen tennial and Calvary Bapt churches Mr Joseph H Douglass the celebrated Violinist of Washington D C will give a concert at the Church of Our Merciful Saviour Monday evening April 4th He should b e greeted witha large audience Rev R H Fauntleroy who iis now located in the Indiana Terri tory is in the city on a pleasant visit to friends Mis Nannie H Burroughs has gone to Florida t o spend the month of March in the interest of the Foreign Mission work inethe city this week He left for Nashville Tenn Monday Mr and Mrs J H Tompkins of Chicago were called to the city ofaa relative Mrs Rachel J Harris has n to St Louis Mo where she will instruct a class in Millinery Mr James Tompkins one of the best known colored citizens of the East end died at his home No 723 Preston street Tuesday morning at 3 oclock after a few weeks illness His funeral was largely attended from Green street church Thursday LnnnY E 11IIVI II cg e 157000Guarand Titles Examined and Insured Money Loa ed on Real Es ate First Mortage Real Estate Gold Bonds for Sale which net the buyer 43 per cent Bonds as small as 25 This is the best way to save Money OFFCERSi Gao A NEWMAN PIESIDIBT VicxPusnmCACT GEO WUTCUISONr t soia- EL McOONALDATTO STIC BCLAYThe It Twenty Years before the citizens of the city and you will find me ready to wait on you and show you a good line of samples for both La dies and Gentlemen I will cut and make you any kind of Garment you want at YOUR PRICE also will rsCleanless than you can get elsewhere Earnestly Solicit Your Patronagt Dont forget Name and Place BROADWAYtCall or send postal card or call Holts PHONB 3460 and I wi l call personally STnTOCtae1 rInventtbtrnthetndufnfI4- acuratlpoernrr jem raqVsbiUt and t f JI rrtt t i 1l Vlkvfcw would nntrtr IMPA r tv afternoon by the Knight Templars Parham Lodge of Masons St JobneO Lodge of Odd Fellows and a host of friends Rev D A Caddie D D preached very impressive ser mon while the different societies conducted their usual ceremonies He leaves a wife one son three daughters and other relatives to mojrn his deathtThe First Battallion Band Head quarters soq Columbia Ave rear E Kentucky st was organized Sept 4th 1902 It started with sixty members with the hope of getting forty five good ones but out of that garnumberty five good musicians After ttvor years prcgress in street parades and concerts in parks they can now say with pride they have thirty 9 five good musicians prepared and engalementin ttr + they had not a cent with which to pay rent the members some fatbrless some motherless donated their i mites and bought atfirst cheap nni ugheshredd management of their leader S Grigsby they have com rto the front AS a mat class benda with their nice uniforms instru ments and hall and everything to make it attractive Their music ia melodious their services are real unable and will appreciate your fa ture favors llBUBBR r I lit J- OAABmH R BAPntfT JFJBEDAS MARCH 8 1904 I Women as Well as Men Are Made Miserable by Kidney Trouble 111oy trouble preys upon the mind dls sandlessens ambition beauty vigor 1and cheerfulness soon r t a 1 Jdlsaprear when the kidneys are out oi order or diseasedKidney trouble has prevalentO1 fafflicted with weak kid 1 ncys 1 lithef child urin arer too often if the tine scalds the fv ifvhen the child aChes an age wht r 3b MI be able to ntrol the pa sageis i J ct Afflicted with idwetting depend upon It the cause of e difficulty Is kidney trouble and the first ep should be towards the treatment of ese important organs This unpleasant trouble Is due to a aVv j iilon of the Udneys and bladder anu no t a habit as supposeWomen men are made mis with kidney and bKiidcr trouble remedyThef SwampRoot is soon realized It is sold oy druggists In fifty cent anaonc dollar tires You may have a sample bottle by mall frae also pamphlet tell none of swamjftioot tag all about it including many of the thousand of testimonial letter received from sufferers cured In writing Dr Kilmer Co Binghamton N Y be sure and mention this par Dont nuke ad mistake but remem bcr the name SwjmpRoot Dr Kilmer Btarap Root and t je address Biiigbam tu N Y on every bottle BUEEEARESTAURANT N E cor 1Kb A Green Ste LOUISVILLE KY Home Cooking Polite Service EverythingNeat andInviting Meals at all hours to midnight every day We are looking for ward to a first class hotel J H PERDUEPROPRIETOR I W JORDAN 8 SONS 144 w Wanut fL LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY Manufacturers of all kinds of Fancy Greans and Ices Excellent Soda with Fruit Syrup For Prices and Quality Excelled By None TELEPHONE 3400Y Vm V t OIl MDERTAXER E LiitcF N tkCt1t CHKhiNIT AVIl jQth JjT Furnishes Coffins ivs Shrouds anJevcrythinIfor Funerals Prompt services Reasonable term 8 AT SFAC n ON 6UABANTE 0 Home 2boua 3f1NResidence 528 B Jacob Sfc4 Or 4 H Pickett ntvncsMi AND BURGEON omoi HODR3SUNDAY 9 LDI to xiam Io to Il a m a p te to 3 p m 7 to 8 p m SR 01109 p a I 1 PRESTON ST LOUISVILLE KY J R NEIGHBORS 7At ifrf Phstcgropher a iarglag ttand Framing Sptdalt HOME PHONIL4C1 II W Wt10aat St Loolh wc EY i Miltons Cate VfW BROADWAY LOUISVILLE KY IftAle1 at an Hours Best ServIce at the most Reason able Rates me us A TML tF d a I City Ministers and Deacons Conference This body meet Monday morning at Green street church Present Revs Gaddie Bowen Watson Elmunds Floyd Brent RJSS J M Cadwell Jacobs Breckinridge Britt Marrs Perdue Hill Mack McClellan Rhodes Kennedy m Reed Russell Davis Jones Hamp ton Craighead Bates Riddles Milton Lewis Davis Brethren Weber Shumake VisitorsRevs H W Jones P Vinegar R H Fauntleroy Rev H Bowen was elected Moderator in the absence of Rev J H Frank D D and Revs HIV Jones and J V1Jss con devotional services REPORTS Green streetSunday school 92 collection 2 97 Rev P Vine gar preached four by baptism and two restored col 96 Howards ChapelSoS 19 col lection 4oc Rev H Bowen preach ed one received for baptism col ection 521 Clay street ShelbyvilleSundays- chool 25 collection 45c Rev H W Jones preache- dBeargrassSunday school 27 co I lection 7c Pastor preached collection 3 15 Ninthstreet Sunday school 50 collection ji130 Pastor preached twelve b y baptism and one re stored collection 62 50- ZionSundayschool 145 collec tion 3 40 Pastor and Rev Faunt leroy preached twentyone receiv ed by baptism collection 33 Brownsboro Sunday school 30 collection 550 Pastor preached col lection 9- Howards Creek Sunday schoo 15 collection loc Pastor preached collection 3 40 AntiochSundayschool 38 col lection 9 16 Pastor and Rev H Bowen preached one restored collection 70 2- 5EmmanuelSundayschool 85 collection i 50 Pastor and Rev Toutman preached col 49 75 Mt Olive Sundayschool 16 co lection 55c Rev E WReed preacl ed collection 27 Mt EagleSunday school 12 co icction 150 Pastor pr Mchid CM lection i 10 Little Flock Sunday schoot 5 0 collection 6c Pastor preached onee received for baptism col 7 35 BethelSunday school 30 Pais tur and Rev VV R Richardson preached collection 3 50 New HopeSunday school 51 collection i Pastor and Rev A Shumake preached one for bat tism collect ion 4 90 Virginia Ave Sundayschool 29 collection 670 Rev R P Morten preached five received by lettr collection 7 95 Calvary Sundayschool 102 col lection 2 07 Rev H B Britt preached one by relation collec fidn 21 44 PortlandSundayschool 54 col lection i Pastor preached foUl for baptism collection 4 Good ShepherdSundayschool 23 collection 2oc Pastor and Rev Woodtolk and E B Milton preached collection 10 Fifth street Sundayschool 224 Rev G W Hampton preached collection 29 68 Lampton street Sundayschool 117 collection 2 25 Pastor preach ed one by baptism col 44 30- CentennialSundayschool 130 collection i 49 Pastor and Rev J W Smith preached one for baptism collection 15 Rev W L Brent addressed the conference acceptably upon Creeds and Confessions and Rev W A Jones was appointed to speak next tI Monday morning on the ModelI PastorMrs It M R Waring addressed the Conference on the Auxiliary I O + i b r m4 Hospital and several of the breth ren subscribed for stock Rev E P Marrs read the criti que on the proceedings of the morning After the usuala nouncements an 1 collerti nth li i diction was pr 1lIUtlCIdo1 K v O W Hampton A FEW LOW RATES via Monon Route The following greatly reduced rates are offered to intending settlers and visitors irom Louisville via Monon Route Chicago and any of the Great Western Railways be yond tickets for sale daily until April 30 San Francisco Los Angels and other points in California and certin pints in Arizona 3800 Portland Ora Tacoma and Seattle V ash Vancouver and Victoria B iC 38 00 Spokane Wash 55 50 t Helena Butte Anaconda and Mis i soula Mont 34 oo Billings Montana and intermediate points 29 oo Many other points included in the Spring Bargain Sale Cheerful in I formation and personalattention for the askingE H Bacon D P A Louisville Kv Monon Route M F COLLEGE NOTES Hopkinsville Ky I The exercises of the fourth year preparatory class last Friday clos ed their service of public rhetorical for this year The members of the class acquitted themselves very creditablyWe glad to have present last Friday all the members of the teaching force of the public school with one or two exceptions Al enjoyed the very timely and histo rical address of Prof 1 W Ml the principal of the school He sect ured before the Dupe LIteraL So ciety upon the subject ofIIAdvan tages of Disadvantages The second year preparatory exercises l last Friday nigth were ver creditable and duly appreciated by the large crowd present Prof Mason deserves much credit for thi excellent programme 1I We enjoyed very pleasant visi a at the services of Lanes Chape of which Rev L Thompson is pas I ttr RV T also visitecd I th 1 id this iiisi- hJ dii Vach enjoyet by slut v eaclicrs Prof Horace D Slatter bccptu Ala formerly secretary and tt t er in our school spent Mrmorning with us and addressed the students and teachers in the chape at which period an appropriate pro gramme was rendered We wer glad to see him and to know ironI his speech that held M F Col e in such high esteem tiissi Ophelia O Oliphan visited ii stltriati accompanied by Mis A I lv d At our regular faculty meetinfg st Tuesday night we decided tio have our commenement exercise s from the 18th to the 24th of May 1904 We have elected the annua speakers and the following have accepted Rev O Durrett D DI l pastor of Pleasant Hill Baptist church Hickman Ky preacher l of the annual sermon Sunday May 22nd 3 pm Prof W H Council Ph DA M College Normal Ala Public id Iress Tuesday nigh t May 24th 4 s3 fYexfngtoii ministers and Ilene none liestfng- tt This body met Monday morninfg with the Liberty Baptist church with Rev John Tolbert in the chair prayer by brother Blythe Members present Tolbert Frye I Holloway Wilson Blythe Young Reed Taylor Butler Johnson am Boulder REPORTS First church Sunday School 185 collection 100 Preaching by vis iting brothers baptised one call rJ d11 + ki ver 4ri SHOPSONII- IIIMerchant Tailor Cleaning and Repairing partly done called for and delivered Special Attention to Indies Work and Out of Town Orders All new work Pressed Free of Charg 632 EIGHTH ST Louisville Kentucky Home Phone 4088 IT IS THIS CLOTHES THAT MAKE THE MAN Masterson makes the Clothes I cater to good dressers and quote the very lowest price a Regulation Garments given Especial Attention Try our Regulation Trousers at 500 and up Cleaning Dying and Repairing neatly done EII MASTERSON S W Cor West Walnut Sty I cuisville Ky A c aIJ IJ1a ANNIE L JOHNSON EDW HANSBERRY Goods Delivered to all Partsof the City JOHNSON HANSBERRY mEdLlRl tB =N Groceries Meats Vegetables Produce 43H80BEST CITY TAKE YOUR MEALSAT THE mOwans Ininnstrial Club 826 W WALNUT ST Clean Linen and Courteous Attendantsr lection 10 00 Fort Springs Sunday School 49 collection il cent pastor and Rev t Hughes preached collection i 29 Liberty Sunday School 18 col I lection 30 cents pastor preached t collection 328 Main Street Sunday School 75 collection 80 cents pastor preached r collection ioo encburj Rev R Quarles collec jn 1200l I Georgetown First church Sun day School 60 collection 65 cents pastor preached 63 for the water l collection 2100 Midway Sunday School 49 col lection 82 cents Rev R B Butler and pastor preached collection 5500Ever Green Sunday School 42 collection 50 cents Rev J Fuller and pastor preachel baptised 28 collection 2500- Adjourned to meet next Monday morning- SI P YOUNG f Secretary SETTLERS RATES To Minnesota North and South Dakota Wyoming and other Points The Monon Route will sell tickets at greatly reduced rates to above district on every Tuesday in March and April By way of Chicago and St Paul is the very best way of reaching that territory and the Monon Route offers two spleneid l through trains daily t o Chicago where agents of the company meet homeseekers to give them every attention and see them safely ad comfortably started on their way to I troubledto answer inquiries and the under signed will meet travelers on reaching Louisville by dropping him a I card 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The Faith of tho Baptists T T Eaton Paper lc Cloth 2 Baptist History Vindicated by J T Christian 1 O- Rnptists In History W P Harvey 1 Clio Philadelphia Confession of Faith K Wlla TheyBelieve 1 f Rdon to Calvary 1 C Matthew Henrys Commentary com plete in 15l vnls rio 7 2 Christian Schnro Kxnosed 2 Uaptlst Principle Wilkinson 1 O- TIVndletona Church Manual 4 Pasttira Pofket Record Stall 7 a Saved by Grace l Sore If- Mf xy Cnlportape Library each lb Address all orders to AMERICAN BAP TIST Louisville Ky Illinos Central R1H Very cheap oneway tickets to California rNorthwest MARCH 1 to APRIL 30 04 Reduced Roundtrip Rates to New Orleansa- nd other poiuts in the South Also to HOT SPRINGS Ark and points in TEXAS Daily to April 30 1904 Through personaly conducted Ex cursion Sleepers to California Arizona New Mexico and Texas Cheap one way Colonist and Ilomeseek ers Excursion tickets on sale the 1St and pointsSouthand Farming in the SouthT- he Passenger Department of the Illinois Central Railroad Company as issuing monthy circular concerning fruit growing vegetable gardening Stock raising dairying etc in the States of Kentucky EycryFarmerand address to the undersigned will be mailed free Circulars Nos 1 to 10 inclusive and others as they are published from month to month Also Fret copy of Folders Deccnptive to CALIFORNIA and NEW ORLEANS Tickets and full particulars Southeast Cor Fourth and Market Streets W J MBRIDE City Pass Agt Ot Address F W HARLOW Div Pass AR w mm ROUTE Direct Lin to ChicagoModern Road BedFast Time Nigh TramsU U li H1a SdO p mAr ChlMitfaSi m Blwaat conches with the Monoa celebrated highback seats and Pnllnwe Vestibuled Bt Jet Sleeping Cars Lap TrainsLv Louisville 738 a mAr Chlcal 661 p ra Elegant Day Coaches with the Mason celebrated highback seats Parlor and Dining Ca- rsSummer Resorts Close connections at Chi cago with trains and boats for the resorts of Michigan Wisconsin and Minnesota French Lick West Baden Springs reached only by the Mason The remedial properties of the various wrings at these famous resorts are world renowned for chronic ailments of Stomach Liver Kidneys and Bowels You drink the water nature does the rest SM tof iMiM giving hotel rates and full intonaatloa E H BACON DistrIct Pass Agt Loulm Ky Central Law Scbo4VWUISVILLB gy One of the Best LAW SCHOOLSV j AS Of tx South offers exceptioMai advantages to those desiring a legal education Instructors are graduates of the best Law Schools of the Country and A among the leading lawyers at the Louisville bar For farUitr Information and particulate Address k ALBERTa WHITE LL B 1 1 DEAN t wuaLLz- riftr o tjfgtWAt dazlk 1 1w rr I V IJ I SI MAC 18 1004 Sunday School Lesson RIB VIEW Lesson I January 3 BOYHOOD OF JESUS Luke2 4G 52IGOLDEN TEXT And Jesus increased in wisdom and stature and in favor with Godand man Luke 252- AnalYsis1 Iesus taken to the Passover Feast Ver 40 42 3 Left Behind in Jerusalem Verers 4345 j Teacher ers Ver 4650 4 Returns to X zareth Ver 51 52 Lesson II January 10 PREACHING OF JOIN THE BAPTIST Matt 31 12 GoLDtN TIIXT For the king dom of heaven is at hand Mat t 32 Analysis i Beginning of Johns Ministry Vcr 14 2 Effect of Johns Preachin Ver 56 3 Message to Pharisees an Sadducess Ver 812 Lesson III January 17 BAPTISM AND TEMPTATION1 OF JESUS Matt 313 to 411 GOLDEN TExTAnd lo a voice from heaven saying This is to beloved Son in whom I am well pleased Matt 317 AnalysisI The Baptism Ve 3i3i7 J 2 The Temptation 4111 Lesson IV January 24 JESUS EJECTED AT NAZ RETH Luke 41630 GOLDEN TEXTHe came uq his own and his own received h- inotJohn 111 Analysis i The Scripture Lesson Vei 1620 2 The Sermon Ver 2127 I 3 Rejection Ver 2830 Lesson V January 31 JESUS CALLS FOUR DISC- PLES Luke 5111 GOLDEN TEXT If ye continue in my word then ye are my discii plesJohn 831 AnalysisI Jesus Teaching from a Boat Ver 13 2 Miraculous Draught of Fists Ver 47 3 Call of Four Disciples V 811 Lesson VI February 7 A SABBATH IN CAPERNAUM Mark i 1134 GOLDEN TEXT lit laid bands on every out vt them Luke 4 4- Analysis i Mealing ofa De moniac Ver 2128 Cr 2 Healing cl Peters Wifes Mother Ver 2930 s Healing of Muty Ver 32 Lesson VIII I February 14 JESUS FORGIVES SINST Mink 21 12 GOLDEN TEXT lTue Son cf1 man hath pjwer on earth to ff- ivesinMark for 210- AnalYsip1 Crowds Gather t Jesus Ver i 2 2 A Piriljte Brought Vcr 3 4 3 Opposition Aroused Ver 5I2Lesson VLirIL February 21 JESUS AND THE SABBATH r t a tt a s I 1 If LionMattGOLDEN TEXT It is lawful to do well on the Sabbath days Matt 121- 2Analysis1 Controversy in the Cornfields Ver 18 2 Controversy in the Syna gogue Ver 913 Lesson IX February 28 HEARERS AND DOERS OF THE WORD Matt 72129 GOLDEN TEXT Be ye doers of the word and not hearers only James i a- 2Analy1 Rejection of Hear Who Are Not Doers Ver 21 23 2 Folly and Loss of Hearers Who Art Not Doers Ver 2457 JesusTe1chil1 Lesson X March 6 JESUS CALMS THE STORM Mark 43541 GOLDEN TEXT He maketh the storm a calm so that the waves thereofare stillPs 10729 Analysisj Purpose to cross the Sea 36g2 The Storm on Galilee Vr 38d3 The Storm Calved Ver 3941 Lesson XI March 15 DEATH OF JOHN THE BAPTIST Matt 14112 faithy unto death and I will give thee a crown of lifeRev zoo ExP1rnation Ver i 2 2 Reason for Johns Imprison ment Ver 3 5 3 A Rash Promise Ver 6 BaptistAt Ver 912 t0Lesson 20mJESUS FEEDS FIVE TH U SAND Matt 141323 GOLDEN TEXTJesus saidu to them I am the bread of life AnalysisI Multitudes Heed Ver 13 14 2 Multitudes Miraculously Fe 1521I3 Alone in the Mountain Ve 22 23 NEW ERA INSTITUTE beglnbllJanuary Janh4 Paducah attBowling FebeCry 1719EHzabethtown 011Mayfleld Enrliugtou April 68 Louisville April 202- We hone that the paatot + t AI bret en iu the abo 1e named es will gt ogrlher and arrange r +t to make tl ahineetiiig a tUcce88o r they th li must be done iJltIr done 1It prakrntnn I as- ut IItN rlrr4r eIty lIlrat epi a tit hav th bii ill ort au Ifotui Thin prograimm Its tMlng oBNiIII ov I HtH th4among HupUflt w htillluck ills Lord blcjH thrki mu Your in Serv r I H KKNNKI t IfiiderHon Ky Gnl1U8 The Phi 1pa Hall Bible Training School Coimrctfd with chI TUllkrto N I lltll sad Industrial Institute at Tu ke 1 nponrtunlhHJ prepare otalF1huf II n t nting men end ni nitooinprhni v towledK of I IIH RfJitllxh HIM and I npliint In their h arti an nrab tim T diOitH Olr ltv t b l h e i V4tllt M- MlrfHUjinyitloM fo f thl lr rsco St quiredl to d inli onry wo k ill t1i rIlIotI olilirt a d utyiclnenr tit in tiuil n and report HI tp 4 WI 4 Theleacliii un for Bible Mho 1 IIt wooly undenominational the inten being not tooppose or antagonize any theological work gow being done but rather to assiPt all denominations Phelps Hall s three stories higb It contains a chapel library reading room otflce and three recitation rooms besides forty rooms dormitory pur podcs Rev Edgar J Penny is in byRevGodson A special course of lectures is given each year in the tIbia school by Dr C O Boote ot Selma Ala Rt Rev George W Clinton of N Cand Dr HT Johukou of Philadelphia Other iio able also lecture from time to tinge The teaching Iin free The oust of board including furnished loom light ruel ana laundryiig is eight dollars per month Students are aftorded an opportunity to work two o three dol tare of this amount each month In some oases arrangements oan be made to work out the entire sum Lack of meaus need debar none Further Information if desired can be secured by addressing BOOKER T WASHINGTON Principal Tuskegee Normal and indns trial Institute Tuskegee a NEW ERA INSTITUTE This notice will inform the brethren wheu and where i will hold Institutes Praukfoit Bvtuel Feb 94 4 Richmoiui Coriutbian March 2 Midway Iigrim March 2981 AprillSULoudon CCawpbeltberta Juue 8 Purtoa ministers and all cbrtstta- wurkrre in tlusw Tloinlties are urged to attend and help in the great work the impulse aud importance of which have not been fnlly realized Bring jour B ble with you Yourd in the work R B BUTLER State MiMionary for Eastern Kei tuoky To the Superintendents of Child Fens Bands Auxiiary to the B W E C Dear Sisters I again appeal to yoa the interest of the Children Band We carte from our List Convention very much encouraged over ear financial 8success but we must continue to work to accomplish our undertaking Th work should not be confined to a fe but to tht many Baptists of the State Kentucky Toe women are making a double Sort we children west to do likewise Plan some way that you can woSrk eve regularly Were not only after the Amount t batnwant them trained to do religious work that of tgiving without receiving as our malbitneed to give than to receive By the assistant of the Lord we hope to dc pdtt youII arSchool on the dates mentioned February 28 Antioch March 6 Good Shepherd I 13 Centennial11 20 Emmanuel I 27 Ninth Street April 8 Zion 10 Bland Street 17 Little Flook11 24 Lampton Street May 1 Green Street14 8 Cabel Street11 16 Bebrgrars11 22 Green Castle 11 29 Anchorage and PowJune 6 Jeffersontown 11 155 Newburg MOLXIQ 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CALIFORNIA DOUBLE DAILY SERVICE DINING CARS Meals a la Carte ELECTRIC LIGHTED TRAINS tar Fvhrcr Information Advertising Hitt r etCiAddr n R T G MATTHEWS Tray Pass Agt Room 202 Eqnl abl Bldg LOtIIa1s HOUSES AND LOTS SALwfin the Welt End Also IB South Louisville WRY PAY RuT when fhewes beautiful lots at Fifty cents per week without interest and redOOII own Your own homeFor call at the once of LMK WEISS 1OD sixth st EMSIDELL SCHRADER STONE COMPANY Small Loans and Real Estate Solid tors Watches Jewelry and all kinds of Merchandise Bought and Sold 539 W Green St Louisville K WONDERfUL DISCOVERY Curly IfDfr MDcIcStrmahtBy s PLTEu oaa AnD ArID T3LTUST ORIGINAL OZONIZED OX MARROW OopTTifbted This wonderful hatl DOaid Is the eafe pre lea la b world haa ales tlDQ or r y air Strait t ass1wwD ve 1 sa a scalp Dmeats the r aaoat to out or o mau the b- ori al rro1oajanal4 odove Ralf a1Mpy thoauaa olreubaeta ertoteo OlIoostall hJJf II an t1uc du tr bapI1UIitat omaa C n tie is 111ftIIU notlt tsay fi1r1 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lots thiS property fronts on BroaJ way 416 ft and it runs north 1600 feet witlpa 150 feet of Cheat alloyThisgas electric light and Sewer connections Broadway will be paved to Western Park and street cars will rua to it this JOUfREMEMBER THERE ARE ONLY 126 LOTS in all and several of them have beet sold If yon wish to per chase a home in a select neighborhood where only firatdafl colored people will be permitted come and see us at Dace No city taxes improvements cost you nothing 4 H e MCDONALD A SON 237 FIFTH ST LOUISVILLE Iff 1 f HOME SEEKERS Excursions at wry LOW RATESto many points in the following territory Arizona Colorado Indian Territory Iowa Kansas Michigan Minnesota Missouri Nebraska New Mexico North Dakota Oklahoma South Dakota Tessa Utah Wisconsin and Wyoming over the Big Four Route Selling dates December 1 and 15 19Q3 JanuatyS and 19 February 2 and 16 March 1 and 15 AprilS and 19 1904 For full iu format ion and particulars at to rates tickets limits stopover privi leges etc 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