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Killing IIIHII The blame If ibis is whirligig uf Chance And Time jou lone the game IH with the iminwiio while his llife tulllphiullIglyWt Just laugh elm man ju t dream and love i j r Just liveand live Today N O TiineH Democrat Every Healthy Boy likes to get himself into places of dau cer hence bruise strains and pains Mother scuds and brings out the bot tie of Ierry Davit Painkiller and rubs It on the injured spots with an energy und frequency depending on the se rloUHiiebH of the ease There is nothing like Painkiller to tulout the nJie JatUt There IH hut one Painkiller ferry Davis trice 25o and LUc Appeal from the Legal Bureau Tim women ol our race our mothers wives sisters nm daughtera are pre paring t fco to the meeting of the NH lional AHHUciation ofColoied Womens Clulm al Si Ijiiuix anti tout they stay tseopl the indignation of theIIJim Ornw sure are casting ahout tor iiifntiH whurchy they stay engage npe im Pullman tars at an extra charge snit expense and even in tht many will hr mcon ell lmcd and i ut a few vriii lint he fortunate enough to thus se cure the comforts alloided hy the Pull innii CompHuy and above all escape irom this Jimi Crow cars All honor to those brave women for their forenUht uudaunteuness and courage ton Inn what a shame that they are eom pelted to resort to these inpuiiH in order to have decent accom modations on a public carrier The Wumuii of no other Race will be thus compelled to do And double deep the ttlmuiH that their being denied the HccommoilatioiiR facilities and privi lejun furnished and supplied by the Pullman Company t others who apply IH charitable to this neglect of the oleo of our race To provide against just this ciidition for eight mouths wo have splint nome ellort to collect fund to teHi the right of the Pullman Company to refuse such accommoda tions All recall the case of Rev H T Johusoc editor of the Christian Ite corder VM the Pullman Company for refusing him accommodations facill tits anu privileges that the company Muppli H the pubic The case was tried beiore the CUllI t and a jury and the jury returned a vurdict for the highest amountI the plaintid could recover The lion Kirkpatrick who tried the case set aside the verdict and gave judg ment for the company notwithstand ing the verdict on the ground that this ompany had the right to deny pemotiM the Hcciouidations of their cars Moldy because of their color and there wax no law neither statuary or COIU mon tbat forbade them denying such right Steps were at ouce taken to carry the case to the Supreme Court of the U n Iteo States lie had taken this grounds that unless toe ruling was re versed the company would enforce a rule at least throiiKiiout the border of the Southern states refusing its ac commodations to persons of color Tile Mrnt money for the case wax raised at A service held at St Peter Ciavern church a Catholic church of St Paul Minn With this printed nutter was gotten out setting forth in full the case and purpose to which the money was to he expended Broadcast the matter was distributed and race papers were urgea to jiublish the ap peal tot funds Ministers petitioned to Hsk contributions of their churches in dividuals importuned and associations societies visited and contributions so licited of them and all were requested to send in the names of persons who might contribute The receipts have not covered the expenses involved and had it not been for this AfroAmerican Council taking the money out of its reserve fund the appeal would have hall to be abandoned And even now there in a serious want for funds to prosecute the appal to final determina tionWhat will the race do The company ia enforcing suci a rule Bishops of our churches anti our women are forced into the Jim Crow ear there to ue subjected to ail the indignities common to the coarser classes of both races Will we now contribute the necessary money Surely the condi tions make the duty urgent and imperative Longer delay but brings more hinderauces and to make success more iliflicult to obtain For myself I still have the faith that a response will be had and eo appeal again that those who will to send what sum they can A dollar is asked of every one but credit will be given for any amount A much less sum would be sufficient if all would contribute but we must pro vide against a large number failing Perhaps I should state though I think too I should not some friends of mine and of the race Catholic Priests havo extended me an invita tion to come into their parishes and lecture concerning the race to their parishioners acd receive contributions to the fund My mind is funds should come wholly from the race but the cause is that of right between man and man and all men have to do with such a cause This emphasizes in my mind the thought that the pastors of our churches should do as much We are glad to furnish all information wanted aud quite pleased to receive the names and addresses of persons who are likely to help BO good a cause Respectfully FUEDRICK L McGlIEK VicpDirector L B N A A C Union Block St Paul Minn 1 Why Take Any Chances with some new and untried medicine for such serious troubles as diarrhoea cramps dysentery when you should know that for one half a century Pain killer has cured millions of cases Louie out for imitations there is only mum genuine Perry Dads JJ THE PHEUS HALL BIBLE TRAIN ING SCHOOL Connected with the Tuskegee Nor mal and Industrial Institute at Tuske gee Ala oflerfl exceptional opportuni ties to young men wishing to prepare for the Christian ministry The chief aim of the instruction is to afford young men and women a comprhenslve knowledge of the English Bible and to implant in their hearts an ambition to dedicate their lives to the elevation and Chrifttianization of their race Stu required to do missionary work in the various churches and Sundayschools near tho institution anll report on same each week The teaching in the Bible school Is wholy undenominational the inten tion being not to oppose or antagonize any theological work gow being done but rather to assist all denominations Phelps Hall is three stories high It contains a chapel library reading room olllce and three recitation rooms besides forty rooms fordormitory par poses Rev Edgar J Penny is in charge of the work and is assisted by Rev B H Peterson and Rev J H Gadson A special course of lectures is given each year in the Rible school by Dr C O Boote ot Selma Ala Rt Rev George W Clinton of N Cand Dr HT Jobnbon of Philadelphia Oth er notables also lecture from time to timeThe teaching is free The cost ot board including furnished soon light I fuel and laundryiug is eight dollars I anIlars of this amount each mouth In some cases arrangements can be made to work out the entire sum Lack oif means need debar none Further in formation if desired can be secured by addressing BOOKER T WASHINGTON Principal Tuakejcee Normal and Industrial Institute Tuskegee a WANTEDTRU WORTHY LADY or gentleman to manage business in tbi county and adjoining territory for a boast of solid financial standing 2000 straigb cash salary end expenses paid east Monday direct from headquarters Itv peose money advanced position perma Dent Address Manager Ooh Monor Blg Chicago i I I I Dr Parrish Reaches Gibraltar and I Algiers on His Way to the I Holy Land We reached Gibraltar this rocked ribbed fortress on schedule time March 19th at 9 a m Distance from II New YorK 3360 miles We anchored lu the harbor and landed in steam tenders Through British sentinels weI entered the city every passenger re ceiving a ticket of admission until the tint bugle ble at six oclock Wend ing our way through the motley crowd in thu main street we halted at the II Moorish Castle After registering our n sand nationalities we were con ducted by soldier through the first gallery It is said that tiiis huge rook has within it several similar galleries from two to three miles long tunneled through the solid rook and batteries built at all advatageous points up to 1B50 ft above the level of the sea We ascended 800 ft as far in the first gal AlIlalougblack muzzles of cannons so pointed I as to command the Neutral Ground the sea and the surrounding country I Youll have some conception of this tho worlds greatest fortification by imag aginiug a solid rock in the midst of the sea ll6v0 ft abore its water level 3 miles long ouean a half mile wide tunneled from base to summit terrace like threaded with cannon on all sides There are 5000 soldiers here and sup plies enough to feed an army of 30000 lor ten years should an enemy beseige Mr Findings our guide remarked that if our visit had been two weeks sooner at tile time of the annual practice a e would have seen fire Hushing from all the cavelike holes of this arsenal rock He said they had to sleep on their guns and it was juet as if bring attacked by an enemy TheIfleet attacked the fort by night a moments time the entire rock ed as if it was on fire from top to bottom The town of Gibraltar lies shel teredon the Northern end The mid way lop from the town almost to the summit is occupied with white bar racks and residences The Eastern side is an unbroken mass of inaccessi ble precipice save to the eagle and other birds of the air The North face of the rock overlooks the sandy isth mus of the Neutral Ground To the South looking toward Africa a rapid slope extends from a point called Su4 garLoal II to an oval slope platform called Windmill Hill below which steep crags into the sea A continuous line of defensive works stretch along the Western front and around the Suth uuiil terminated by inaccessible h ights AS our good ship passed undo this rock we could but regard it as one im mense mass of fortification which Na ture seemed especially to have con structed for the reception of artillery Batter l frown on its preceptious sides crown its rugged summit lino the waters edge and project even into the very sea To complete the picture the harbor throngs with numerous craft from the stately Manofwar to the simplest boat that sails the sea Gibraltar has no public buildings of architectural importance It is essentially a garrison town It has no terri tory for extending its dimensions It has a population of 30000 Its two or three long streets run parallel to the sea and are inteisected by numerous squalid lanes which ascend the side ol the rock by flights of rugged steps called Ramus On reaching the top of these lanes we f und still more nat rower lanes parallel to those below resting on these bare hillsides It was some sort of holiday and the people crowded the streets in different coo tume some marching others bustling to and fro Algerian and Morocco mer chants with halfnaked legs slipper ed feet shoulders wrapped iu a loug white beruouse and the head covered with turban Jews Moors Spanish French English and a Negro here and there all in their own peculiar dress presented a picture interesting and rare They looked Upon us and we seemed as strange to many of them as they were to us We verily had the laugh on each other Gibraltar Is the gateway to the Ot lent By the ancient it was called the Pillars of Hercules which marked the limit of the mythi cal Jieroc conquest and formed the supposed boundary of the Western world Time will not permit us to say more ab rut the ancient fable But Gi braltar as the gateway to tbe Orient marks tbe line between the Atlantic antI the Mediterranean Sea Here the Htraight ot Gibraltar which flows between the Rook of Gibraltar on the North and tie Rook of Ceutft on tbe South is 10 narrow that itmay well be called a gateway Our steamer passed through this passage at 6 p m March 19 entering the Mediterranean turned bar course Eastward toward Africa We had a strange and reverential feel ing on entering these waters known to the ancients as the Great Sea Paul was shipwrecked en its blue bos om but for us Its waters are more pa cific than the Atlantic Our steamer sails gently as if the sea were oiled It has been well said that around this great sea cluster the most important watersIcivilizations The remaining records of these civilizations mark the footprints of man down the corrldolS of time from the remote periods to the active present The waters convey us to the home l Pharaoh They are the gateway to Li Homeland Alexander Hannibal Caatar ftapoleon Socrates Plato Homer Demosthenes Virgil Livy Cicero and others oi the worlds greatest generals philosopers and poets and above all touched by the wa term of the historic sea are the lands of the Bible The home of Davids greatest Sou Our Lord and Master I shall mall these from Malta where tbereIWe reached Algiers about 2 oclock on tbe 21st several hours ahead of time We lauded in large tenders and had a carriage ride of several hours through the town ThU city was time famous stronghold of pirates It is said to contain in concentrated inter est the entire life of North Africa Algiers is a province of North Africa belonging to France Algiers is the capital It is built on a high hill over looking the sea It has a mixed popu lation of Moors Bedouins Negroes French Maltese Arabs and Turks Having gone the rounds of the city we saw in its narrow streets some ofI tbe queerest specimens of humanity our eyes ever witnessed ihe class of Turks Arabs aud Mohammedans I saw wore tbe filthiest looking people I have seen say where Indeed the rag gadust and dirtiest person in the most IIclualhhov lin Louisville is clear at compared with Arabs in that part of thb city known MS the Arab quarters It in said that these people have lived in that section of tbv city practically without change in condition for 300 years The city contains an ancient fortress said to be 600 ft above the level of the sea We visited the mosque tile Krench palace tbe cathedral anti noted with t Iciest beautiful specimens of Moorish architecture The harbor is well fortified and town shows thrift sod industry Street electric curs and light and much of European civilization largely because of French predominance We called upon the American consul Mr Daniel a Kidder who received us most courteously and informed us that there were about 90000 inhabitants in the oUy Algiers is the home of the renowned Abdel Kader of which we hope to say more at another time We were interested in the ancient relics especially the cast of Geronimo who was a martyr to the Christian faith Having been chained placed in the wall aud sealed up and in after years his place of bu rial was discovered The bones of the venerable servant of God Ueroulmo who as tradition goes suffered a cruel death which was inflicted upon him as a vindication of his faith in Christ in the fort called Twentyfour hours where they were unexpectedly discov ered on tbe 227th of December 1853 Here we must close our notes hoping to let you hear IIron us again from Athens C H PARRIBU UNIVERSITY NOTES s U Rah rah rah rah 8 U Rab rah rah rah Hurrah Hurrah State University rah rah rah xoxtIr G J Sebree preached a powerful sermon for Berean Sunday evening The attendance was Urge and appre ciative Dr Puree spent Sunday at West Ba den Ind with Rev O M Hammond Rev Hammond has a good mission work at that place The Dr stopped with Mr and Mrs Cornish who with the many friends made It very pleasant for him and Rev Hammond Tbe Literary Society had a lecture from Mr Chat Stewart last Friday nightDr Eaton gave a very Interesting lecture In chapel last week on hit re cent trip to Panama He showed and i FREE To AHOur Subscribers FEE The Great American Farmer The leading Agricultural Journal oft the Nation rotted hy an able corps of writers This valuable journal in addition to the logical treatment ot all agricultural subjects will also daytherebysomething to think about aside from the everyday humdrum of routine duties OFFERTWOERICAN BAPTIST and TilEAMERICAN FARMER Both Ore Year for 125 This special offer is made to all new subscribers and all oldoneswho aUarrears and SamplecopiesAMERICAN BAPTIST Louisville Ky explained many curiosities to us We I are all very grateful to him for his many kindnesses to us i Rev H W Jones IB now located atII Shelbyville He did a great work at I Owen ton and the people there will miss him jI I A card from Dr Parrish in Greece states that he is well School closet May J3th News comes to us that Rev and Mrs Geo Lillard are rejoicing over a young Puree Lillard Joy be to the happy trio Si ter Sunshine Moore will soon be with us to make us all happy with her sunshineThe on tbe fences hide many a fault in the planks Mr Chas Stewart lectured to us in chapel laU week It made us all feel happy to hear him again after a long absence lie is always funny and well ernie NEW ERAIINSTITUTE We hope to hold Institute heginhic January 1904 as follows Henderson Norris Chapel Jan IB 64 Paducah First Ward January 2022 Bowling Green New Bethel Februa ry 1719 Elizabethtcwu March 911 Mayfield March 2826 Earlmgton April 68 Louisville April 2023 We hope that the pastors aid breth ren in the above named es will gt together and arrange si oa to make tt meeting a successw can hi done an if they decide that It must be done will be done The programme as ai ranged is first class and time people ihculd hav the benefit of each leoturt This programme is being used all ove the sUte among the Baptist white am black The Lord bless the work I am Yours in Service- P H KENNRtV Henderson Ky Genl Missionary + IMPORTANT NOTICE MKETING OIT THE EXECUTIVE BOARD The Executive Board of the National Baptist Convention is hereby called to meet In the city of Nashville Tennes see Wednesday May 18 1904 The Chairmaus and Secretarla of our Board the Vicepresidents together with the officers of the Convention are requested to be present Dr E U MORRIS President WM L CANSLER Secretary Denominational papers please copvl Anniversary Services West Baden Ind 4 In honor of the first anniversary of Organization of the first Baptist IMis sion of Vest Baden Ind also the first years work of Rev C M Hammond our pastor the Rev C L Puree D D President of State University Louis ville Ky paid us a visit Sunday April 10th At the Sunday School whioj met at 2 p m Rev Puree plain y and interestingly explained the lesson Peter Confesses the Christ Mark 8 S3 88 The Sunday School was well attended and there were many visitors At 880 though the weather was somewhat inclement and kept many away he preached from John141He first findeth his own brother Simon and stint unto him we have found the Messiah which is being interpreted the Christ1 He spoke to a large and appreciative congregation fafteif the preaching Mrs A Garnish repre senting the church made a short talk telling of the origin of the church and of its being organized by Dr C H Par rish representlug gin and its work Mrs A Taylor rep resenting the BY P Umadeasbort- talk on the work of this body Mrs M representingtheplace made a short address At preachled BtoodIevery man in his place roundabout tbe camp and all the host ran and cried practicalwas also well attended Collection 1820 In membersiGreen St Baptist church and from other churches in Kentucky ales Ind nx J Although we have been orgaulzf04 a little over a year we are grJe J i d i- and hope tu gain more souls to 1st tthis year and we highly appreciate the honor of RevsPureeamong us and give us words of encouragement M ALICE THOMAS Church Clerk To the Superintendents of Child ren s Bands Auxiiary to the B W Et C Dear Sisters I again appeal to you in the interest of the Childrens IVeI very much encouraged over ear financial success but we must continue to work to accomplish our undertaking work should not he confined to a TbiaAAbut Kentucky to the many Tbe Baptists of the Stat adoubloi dolikewisecanRttworkhaveregularlyWe the children send us for our work but we workthatourblessedmorubhluledBy aaslHtnuce of the Lord we hope to dp more tbisYCiar than previousprosperityremain youIIservant SundaySClhoolprilA 3 Zion 10 Bland Streetto 17 Little Flook 24 Lampton Street May 1 Green Street 8 Cabel Street11 15 Beargrats11 22 Green Castle PewellJuneII 12 Newburg WILLIAMSState 8601 Sixth st Louisville Ky NEW ERA INSTITUTE This notice will inform the brethren when and where I will hold Institutes Midway Pilgrim jtaah2981 AprIl18ULondon 2729Mt3587BereaPa tors ministers and all Christian workers in these vicinities are urged to attend and help in the great work the Impulse and Importance of which have not been fully realized Bring your Bibl-ewith you Yours in the work R B BUTLBR State Missionary for Eastern Ken tuoky BELLSftMlJUl shush aid sekl hue PtyM tnI clfn 1 f1 1 1 rs r yfF yl h 7L 1 riT Pftr A fPIf i AvIlfllUOAN b llIt l FILlItf PtiIS 14I AMERICAN BAPTIST KSTAItlI HKn lS9 UIIUSH I EVER 1R IDA ONF1CR 710 FIFTH ST LOUISVILLE Ky RiDR71i0 sm YBAR In advance 125 aaMoxras 75 VHRKS MONTHS 40 10ONB COPY PRIODe yeet to nay one who win send as 6a names s IIThe date OB tlbclefJOUpaperhows a what- yae you VC paW It s1es bah as a receipt and- Jlquut for payment- If proper credit has not been gnu within two or- Atss wicks iron Woer payment notify us AtM ify us propt dany ehaogt ia Pot oftie fdress Ie that there any bs to error or delay r fclvenr of paper cThl paper lir regularly mailed tUbcrlberli until adefinite eider to dlaconiliiue te receive- ed the nbscrlptlon paid In taU to the time the order IN iyez FRIDAY AIRi151 1 94 Tin Legal Bureau of the Nation al AfroAmerican Council has sent a strong appeal for funds to assist in breaking down one of the most objectionable of the discriminations practiced in this country against the race The appeal states the case in a clear and convincing way and in order that those who are in terested may understand the situation we have printed it in full in another I column and ask for it the careful and generous support which the urgency of the case demands There is nothing to be gained by finding fault with the methods and everything to be gained hy joining hands with those who have the matter in charge and push it to a final victory The Council may not have done as much as has been ex pected but it has done all it was possible to do under the circum stances with the means at its com mand and will do more and rvceiI those in whose interest f e itYneeds No organization in the land can succeed it matters not who iis at its head if the people withhold the necessary support Read the appeal carefully and then send a dollar to the Bureau unless you are contented to submit to the injus tice mentioned without a protest Recently a case has come to light in South Carolina showing how easily an innocent colored man may be convicted and imprisoned without attracting any special attention In this partiular case he was arrested and convicted up on perjured testimony and then sent to the penitentiary where he was confined seven years when a white man who hid committed the murder and several others who were witnesses to the deed remained si lent and permitted the innocent to suffer Finally upon his dathbed I the white murderer confessed his guilt which being coroborated by these witnesses the Governor par doned the Negro This is a sample of the Justice accorded to Negroes in many casts and only such con fessions or fctcrmiy will reveal the true condition I IT looks very much as if Kentucky would send a number of colored delegates to the Republican Na tional Convention The Colored American u Perhaps Kentucky ought to send several colored Republicans to the National Convention but the hope along that line we fear will not be realized this year Th one reason is that too many of them aspire lor delegate at large and too few enter the contest from the districts At this time only Mtwo have announced this year from the districts while nine have announced from the stateatlarge when it is absolutely certain that only one can be elected So at most While colored Republicans poll certainly oneforth of the Re- publicanI vote of the state they I I t will only have to or three and more likely two than three of the twenII tY f jegates from KentuckvII tr SpassJJ 4r tt ed giving street railway conductors such powers as will enable any company tointroduce Jim Crow cars whenever they are so inclined and it has been announced that such a system will be inaugurated in Rich mond To the credit of every race journal published in that city and 1said1 with a stern refusal to use the street cars and a declaration to establish Buts Lines or walk as long as it is enforced This is the brave and manly way of meeting the condi tion and the people of Richmond 5 are Ito be commended for it nU FOR the second time this year a- New i ra Institute will be held in this city next week and for reasons which most of the brethren thor beda large attendance during its ses sions While every one is invited to attend the sessions still much of the success of the meeting depends upon the ministers themselves and they should set the example by at tending in large numbers A splen did array of lecturers andsubjects has barn provided and the Insti tute will no doubt pove unusually instructive and beneficial to all who willattend TilE Negroes in Kentucky may be behind in somethings but they are keeping pace with the other states in establishing newspapers This week brings another addition to the list named The Reporter from Mt St rling with Mr N W Magowan as editor Revs VV H Brown and J W Smithassoeiate editors and J D Magowan manager It is to be published weekly Sebree Notes Ve have have just closed a great meeting here Rev G W Dorsey conr ducted tne meeting He is a great preacher and he did not fail to de cl helis one that certainly contends for the faith which was delivered to the saint He stirred thistown from side to side We had very bad weather for our meeting rut the Lord blessed us in our efforts and added to the church daily Thirty souls were converted in the meet ing twentytwo joined the Baptist church and five restored twenty seven in all added to the church The church is now spiritually and financially alive Ve did not forget to remember in a substantial way Rev Dorsey for his service Sixty five dollars was raised during the meetingwhichf Rev Daw ey received 2279 Come again Bro Dorsey Our pastor Rev S J Leavell is well pleased Pray for our success I am yours truly AUREUS Y M C A NOTES Attention Men Attention Ex Gov W O Bradley will deliver a special address to the young men of Louisville at Odd Fellows Hall Sunday 3 p m April ith A rich treat dont miss this Something every Father should hear something every young man should learn something every citi zen shold know Tell your friends IN MEIORIA11l WoodeShipley died April 5th 1903 Fresh in our memory as fresh As yesterday is yet the day she died Dear F annie thy work all done Thy soul into glory gone Useful life with its crown now wen God giveth thee rest Rest from all sorrow and watch ing and fears Rest from all possible sighing and tears Rest through Gods endless won derful years home pith the blest IAt FROM Tills FAMILY j Louisville Ky NEWS AND NOTESII The West Virginia Baptist sun- day School Convention will hold its annual Session with the Baptist church Point PJeasant April 28th 26thand 30th After a long pastorate of the yIRev W Boiling has resigned to engage in other work He preached his farewell sermon last Sunday night- Washington City Republicans are tiking as much interest in the matter of electing delegates to the National Republican Convention tin Chicago as if they could help elect the Presidential nominee inI November Rev A HfS pastor of St Pauls A M E Cnurcli Lexington Ky and one of the ablest and most II I 5tateII aged 57 years His funeral was largely attended Irom the church Tuesday afternoon Apr 5th Hon Carl Day the member of the Kentucky Legislature from Breathett County who secured Ithe passrfge of the bill prohibiting tin coeducition ol the races in this state died in an infirmary in Lex ii1 ton last Tuesday morning of in ilamatory rheumatism Both political parties will look to the Couth for candidates when two political parties are permitted to exist in the South and when the latter gives itself in every State the full benefit of a free ballot anda fair count Under present bulldo zing and grandfather methods nei ther party can look to the South for Presidential candidates The Herald Rev T IL Broaddus has resign of the care of the church at BereaI Ky to give his entire time to theI I PasI I popularIpastorI since the organization of the church j and resigns against the unanimors wish of the members The New Orleans school board has decided to rebuild the Herman I burnedIi I by incendiaries in 190 1 during troubles growing out of the Robert Charles race riot It was named after Lafon the Negro Philanthro pist who left the money he had I to charities for both whites and Negroes and it was the handsomest schoolhouse for Negroes in the South The Lancet Sixty members of the Southern Educational Fund Committee left New York last Wednesday on a special train composed of Pullman I dining parlor and sleeping cars to make an inspection of educational work in the South before making appropriations for next sessions I r theyrDanville Petersburg Richmond Charlottsville Charlotte Wilming ton N C Atlanta Birmingham Mobile Nashville and Louisville anda number o f intermediate towns andcities At a meeting of he colored flap tist ministers in Boston lat Mon resoIlutlOnsi The resolutions also appeal to I I I againstIurge chosen to attend the Republican National Convention at Chicago to use their efforts to have anti lynching and anti disfranchiement planks placed in the party platform The borne and the church should be principally looked to fir religf it 1 I ous instruction and training for they are the natural conservators of the morals of the people and if they would come up to the meas ore of their opportunities and responsibilities in this regard derelic tion in schools and colleges would not be so fearful in its const quen ces But for most part the church majority but a part of one cay in the week and that inadequate opportunity is often sacrificed to some fador hobby As to home training in rc religious matters that is largely a lost art Chris inn Companion1 = rc11ftLOCAL INTEREST Jd Mr Riley Meadows has gone to Hamilton 0 to remain several monthsMrs Cordie Ford of Indianapo lis was in the city last week There were Sf deaths in the city last weekfr white and 25 colored Rev P II Kennedy I1willconduct a New Era Institute with the Ninth St Baptist Church next Wednesday Thursday and Friday M In iis 1 e i s Sunday schools and church Mokfrs are eanifsttj invi ed to attend Ithe services Dr ii B Beck has removed his office to 830 W Walnut St where his patrons will find him in the fu tture The ordinance of the Lords sup pe will b administered at the Centennial Portland and Calvary Baptist churches next Sunday af ternoonMarch 13 1904 Mr and Mrs Churchill Martin wishes to thank their friends tor kindness luring their mothers illness The Louisville Treble f lef Club will render the Comic opera Pi rates of Penzance May zat Ma cauleys Theatre KxGovernor W O Bradley will lecture to the men of this city Sun day at Odd Fellows Hall I3th and Walnut St All men arc invited Be sure to attend the Oratorical Contest between pupils of the Eas tern and Western schools at Zion Baptist church Monday evening Aprill 18thIRev G1 Fisher DD of Leb anon Ky was in the city this week The closing exercises of Smiley Mission will take place in Chapel off State University Friday evening April 29th The Board of Managers of the Baptist Womens1 Educational Con vention will give a Spelling Bee in Chapelof State University next Mondayevening for the benefit of their work An interesting pro gram has been arranged and a pleasant evenings entertainment- is promised The entertainment for the bene fit of the Kindergarten Training Class which was to have been giv en at Kno Presbyterian Church has been posponed to Friday eve fling April 29th A line program has beoii arranged including reading by Rev T N Havves HOIKOOI teOTKK Miss Jessie R Carter of the Westtrn school was on the sick list week MissCorinr Kalfus of the Seni I resumImorning alter a wi t Ls ebsenec clue I to illness I J Already you can hear ol plans for CuiiiiiiiiiiceiiiKiii exercises I A representative ol the Senior class of the HigH school furnishes an exercise of some character in the chapel every morning On account of the excellent standing of graduates of the High school who hive attended Fisk University Nashville Tenn that Institution has offered a prize of 5000 to the I graduate of the High school tbfe I1 + IfiII fifluisiiHp Rational Banking Cea I N K Cur Fifth and Market Slrerli B txes for nnt in Stron9rest Safety Vault 500 per year and upward t it i yrar who attains the highest rank in deportment ami srhnlirship The order in t he hallsit the Mnn street school his Incii i 1111 proved consider lily lIt v inlit inir tlI mrrking the iler iniiii of t II r cbisces during recess- SETTLERS KATES To Minnesota North and Snnih Dakota Wyoming and t th r Points The Motion R1 lIlt will still likrUt at greatly reduced Airs tIn alov district or cverv Tnesiliv in 1r t111 and April Jtv way ol Chicago ant St Paul jis the virv l lest teat of Teaching that Irrii rt and the Monon1 lRoiitr offers two spli urid through trains ittiiyl to hicayo where agcnis of ih company met u mrseekers to gixv thm rwiv rt ntioh andstye thnn siM a fl1 Miifrrtiihlv started on ilui xv y ir he great Nirthwisi No IP ublc to answer iiHiu5ri S and thi tintdr- Isignedi will meet travelers on rrarh mg Louisville by dropping him a card E 11 Bacon ID P A Louisville Ky Monon Route City Ministers and Deacons Conference This body met Monday morning at Green St church Members presentR e v s Bates Payton Butler rmitt Johnson Frank Mack Win Reed Bowen Gadcjie Rhodes Ross Craighead Perdue Lewis Davi McClellan Floyd Mnrrs Brents Watson Russell Britt E W Reed Martin Riley Brother Shumake Visitor Rev G H Thompson Rev C Dates presided am lire Shu make ami I liv Wrn Br Mils roiuliirtnl clivotiouai services nEIOI TSIi rein StS S 102 collection 3 1 II pastor prearhcrl collection 1762 Lampton StS S 109 collection 629 pastor preached one I received under watchcare and one restored Emmanuel S S 78 collection 200 Rev W H Venable and Bro A ShuTake preached collec tion 1530 iinth StS S 54 collection 115 Revs S IL Martin and J R Sampy preached four by baptism collection 3263 Centennial S S 109 collection 115 pastor preached collection 4100BeargrassS S 30 collection K 1 pastor preached collection 25151Bland St S S 21 collection 50 pastor preached one for bap tism collection 200 ZionS S 117 collection 400 pastor and Rev S L Martini preachedcollection 2550 Little FlockS S 35 collection 50 pastor preached collection 450NewburgS S 20 collection 30 cts pastor preached collection 2 56 Cable StS S 16 collection 40 cts pastor preached collection 18 45 Howards ChapelSS 20 collec 2sc pastors anniversary services during the day collection 19 00 Mt OliveSS 32 collection 86c Bro McAtee preached one by rev 65I nc pastor preached collection 205 AntiochS S 30 collection 520 pastor preached one restoredcol lection 25120j f A t t Ytll 1 1 FIJJt1 1mL1 fdt I 51000G1 I I 1 Tidal hwm ica dIn ur- illuflV j Loa ed on Re J1 sate I Iitt Moria i Kiil lvtitc iolo I I Bd ltor Salt vliirli M tqI the i ilall car qfIt r cent Itonddas small as 25 This is UK best way to save Money OFF LI US era 1 xi1 11I N Psrt 11 r kI tI It I I1 r11t1 tK l M JIIIIIIIIClo k NU IHa a lkr1t II IcIrlsrf1t II K I M IONAlli AI ruas I OFFICE 234 FIFTH SII Ir liincs Maini IISa1 Ilan I- Ur C Ii CLAY The Tailor Twenty Years 1 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 laflies and Gentlemen I will cut and make you any kind of Garment you want at YOUR PRICK also will Clean Dye andRepair at a rate less than you can get esewbere lEarnestly Solicit Your Patronage Dont forget Name and Place 921 We BROADWAY Gall or scud postal rani or fall HOMK 1iioNKi 3460 anti I will tlll rsonill- RKSIIJKNCK 1527 IKUNTICK Sr rHarrods Creek SS 20 roller tion 15c Rev S Mack Pteachact collection s no I I IIndiana Ave S S 24 collec 3c pastor preached one for oapiism and one by baptism MontereyPastor preached col lection 400 Green CastleSS18 collection 25c pastor preached collection 185 Mrs K Steinmetz presented the claims of the Missionary Training I Class and after listening carefully to the address on motion of Dr Gaddie the class was endorsed and commended to the favor and support of the churches of the city A card of greeting was read from Rev C H Parrish DD who had reached Athens Greece on his way to the Holy Land A committee consisting of Revs H Bowen G T Britt and A Shu make was appointed to enquire in to the organization of the Good Shepherd Mission in Cottage Aley represented by Rev J W Payton- A request for aid was read from the Bland St church and a committee consisting of Revs G W FloydJ H Perdue and WmJohnl son was appointed to consider the adplication and report at a subsequent meeting ol the Conference After the collection and the usu al announcements the benediction was pronounced by Rev E P Marrs DD Dont forget us in job work We r can print anything from a news paper to a calling card Give us a call r- aBELLS ltry z4- c f I T7r I r i c T = T 7 i bI f AMERIOA N BAPTWT LLI 151904 The Cause of Many Sudden Deaths There is a disease prevailing in this country most danrjrois because so decep Many sudden ths are caused byi r i heart disease heartiii failure or apoplexy c r are often the result 1 YNAI Y of kidney disease If III fl I kidney trouble is alj kV 1 1wed to advance th- eleypoisonedI llalLI blood will attack the vital organs or the kidneys themselve say down and waste away ceP hy colt BladdmI troubles t ihvays result from a derangement of tti due s and a cure is obtj lner quickest I s proper treatment of the kidrsys If yv ti fey ling badly you ran make no mlstnV y ttaking Dr Kilmers SwampRoot the Ml kidney liver and bladder remedy- It o irrscts jiilily hold trine and scald lug pllt in p ssug Inc overcomes that unphaant neceiIiy 1eing c mpelled to go oftsv during tit r a cifi rett up many times during trir rII The HM and the BXlinoiliimry eUsct o tiflp fi vtt is soon rMlijiH h11 th jj4 st for its won aelfnloff v rt s t ttr fAw nit1I rt e ul sold ly all rrjpit i t Ii Cr i i jinilollai- Slri Ixitl Yu tty I A Have luh itt f I I OJII f OJ ivrv att i b I itat vyar arlls tllLhc t II I IItnro r suimitI i tent ft ly realtJttl s Ifr Kilmer tl ftnvh iiutsu N Y V hII r inciitin- TaJlC tllU gcnetuM oflel iji tlila Dapr Don I inner an mistake hut nniem rr inr I mtt Sv tupHoot Ir KiJtnri titnl Kwa mill t r aili ust Uiiij amp tn N s on every iKdllr IBBBK4RF87AUI15T N K Int III rt A G reel S- irLCUlSVIcLE KY Home Cooking Poluo Service Everything Neat nUll Ii iting Meals at all hours t midnight every day We are k king for ward to a first class hotel J M PERD E PROPS ETOR I W JORDAN SONS V44WWanutt LOUISVILLE KttMUCKY Manufacturers of all kinds of Fancy Creams and Ices JUcellent Soda with Fruit Syrups For Prices and Quality Excelled By NoneT- ELEPHONE 3406Y Wm Watson UNDERTAKER EMBALMER N WCOR CHtSTNDT AND 10th ST8 furnishes Coffins Cases Shrouds anJ everything for Funerals Prompt services Reasonable terms SATISFACTION GUARANTEED EMSDELL SCHRADER STONE 1 COMPANY Small Loans and Real Estate Solici tors Watches Jewelry and all kinds of Merchandise Bought and Sold 539 W Omen St Louisville Ky J R NEIGHBORS The LI itt Photographer alarging Buttons and Punning Specialty HOME PHONE 4018- ia W Walnut St LODIBVIUX KY Miltons Gate StoVF BROADWAY LOUISVILL2KY DCealB at all Hours Best Servfce j tihamost Reasonable I Rates f tlK UI A TRIAL n- ter t 1 I IiiTrip West On March Toth 1904 we left here at 920 p m over the B 01 SWen route to St Louis Mo thence to Kansas City Kansas where we assisted Rev E Arling ton Wilson in a ten days gospel meeting with the Metropolitan Baptist church of which he is the honored pastor We arrived there I Friday March 11th at 930 Pi l i Rev Wilson met us at the station I andcarried us to his cosy home 618 Jersey ave where he and hisij i loving and industrious wife motherinlaw reside We refresh I BR1TT Sunday in May Social Side While there we were entertained at line suppers and dinners in the beautiful homes of the following names Mr and Mrs C H Clark Mr and Mrs J M Stovall Mr and Mrs A T Patrick Mr and Mrs T S Book er Mr J J Peebles Rev and Mis R Mitchell Mr and Mrs H R Wilkerson Mr and Mrs Geo Jenmings Rev and Mrs Samuel ohnson Mr and Mrs Rollins Mr and Mrs N Frye Many thanks to Mr and Mrs D W White Messrs J J Thomas and Wm Miller for their hospitaities Monday evening Aprll 4th a grand reception of which Bro J N Sto vall was chairrrain and he crowned himself with glory in making this the greatest entertainment ever given in the history of the church Mr M Y Matthews chairman of the Decorating Committee did like fiexington ministers and Den COJlA Xetlting This body met with the Main St church last Monday Members present Revs Frye Hawthorne Bigbee Johnson Fish er Byrd P lL Young Garner Seals Henderson Buckner Hol loway Tolbert Tilford Taylor Dodd Hathaway Fuller and Wil sonRev R H Portor D D of Georgetown was elected moderator Pastor Seals conducted di vine servicesIREPORTS Broadway Winchester Sunday pasItor7 50 Washington Sunday School 47 Lords Supper administered col lection 1937- Huminopdtown Sunday School 33 collection 202 L H Dodd preachedcollection 250 Centerville Sunday School collection 75 cents Pastor and Rev B M Johnson preached col lection 850 Fort Springs Sunday School 42 collection 63 cents Pastor and Rev J H Henderson preached collection 1730- Georgetown First church Sun day School 56 collection 180 pastor preached 85 baptised Lords Supper administered 5600 JJed ourself with a hearty supper and all was well On Sunday our meeting begun with eagerness on the part of the Christians that souls may be saved in these meetings Rev Wilson preached the gospel in its purity wifh zeal and power and about sixty odd souls made a profession in Christ and the church was revived in general Out of the number of conversions fiftynine j joined Rev Wilsons church and on Sunday April 3rdwe witnessed the baptising of twentyseven All willremember these meeting with pleasure and joy to our souls The remaining will be baptised the ist H B u 50 wise Misses Laura Harlem Ida Generals and others were also members J J Thomas toast master Toasts were responded to by Drs S H Thompson and J N Soanes Hon 1 F Bradley Profs W G Wood and G A Gregg Instrumental solo Profs R G Jackson C A Lee and Mrs Lulu Cunningham Summers All ol them seem to be at their best and we enjoyed all very much in deed Rev Wilson andchurch gave us 5950 for which we thank them and am sure We appreciate it and their kindness while in their midst May the Lord bless Rev Wilson and his good people and finally bring us all to that home above where parting will be no more Yours In His Name H B BRITT The Gospel Singer Louisville Ky- Mortonsville Sunday School 30 collection 68 cents Rev R B Butler preached collection 356 Pleasant Green Sunday School 60 collection 65 cents pastor preached Lords Supper administered collection 2000 Bracktown Sunday School 18 collection 46 cents pastor preached collection 146 Zion Georgetown Sunday School 35 collection 45 cents pastor and H Tarlton preached collection- S o Zion Hill Sunday School 45 col lection 87 cents Rev Wm Taylor preached six for baptism collec tion 8962 Main St Sunday School 83 col lection 103 pastor preached one baptised collection 2600 Pilgrim Rest Rev G H Tilford preachedLiberty Sunday School 25 col lection 58 cents pastor preached Lords Supper administered one baptised collection 2040 r onestown Sunday School 5 collection 17 cents pastor preached collection 255 Shiloh Sunday School 25 col lection 28 cents pastor preached collection 625- Pricetown pastor preached col lection 785- Evergreen Brucetown Sunday School 35 collection 40 cents pas tor preached collection 913 After reports the meeting adjoun ed with benediction by Moderator Portet J FRANCES WILs0NaClerk 1 S HOPSON Merchant TaziorI Cleaning and Rep tiril tie Lly done called for aud delivered Special Att nthn o L i lii Work and Out of Town Orders All new work Pressed Free of Chare 632 EIGHTH STI Louisvillet Kentucky Home Phone 4088 IIrr IIS THii CLOTHES THAT MAKE THE MAN vl litersju makjs the JlJin s I I citur to goJJ dressers ind quote tTj Very lOW it price 1 i Regulation Garments given BSTWCM Attention ij ijrj LY vac E Kjjuldtrja froders at 5kUI tip Cleaning Uyin rind Kepairmg ncitly dour fI I iJ iJti AI 1 ntJm sit Ji Utt ANNIE I JOHNSON WAV II NSWvKRY Goods Delivered to all Parts of the Ci yIJOHNSON HANSBERRY DES xEEISX1J GroceriesMeats1TeRetabJes o N Produce807 Eleventh St Home Phone 4380 u BEST PLACE IN THE CITY TAKE YOUR MEALS AT 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Chnnli ManualI 4 IastoiK Ixkei Kitoiii Slnll 7r III liy Crate liore It jt ltbaryeacb 15- Address All orders to AMKRICAN BAs TisC Louisville Ky Illinois Central RB t IVery cheap oneway tickets to California ANu1I I Northwest MARCH 1 to APRIL 30 04 toLosan ReturnIProprotionately Low Rates from other points Through personally conducted Ex cursion Sleepers to California Arizona New Mexico and Texas Cheap one way Colonist and Homeseek en Excursion tickets on sale the ist and pointsSouthand Farming in the South ijThe Pas r g rTep3rtment th IUia iaC 1 ra Railroad Company is issuing mouthy circular con StockraiJnEveFarmer tand address to the IIIIdcrsizned will be mailed free jarej andNCWTickets and full particulars Southeast Cor Fourth and Market Streets AgtOxAddressF W HARLOW Div Pass Ag 9 ROUTE Direct Line to ChicagoModern EquipmentGood Road BedFast Time Night Trains A Udtotlle SIX p IBAT Chlj 7Hi m Elegant coaches with the Moaoa celebrated hfzhback jeat mod Pnllmin Vestibuled Buffet Sleeping Caw kaY TrainsLv Louisville 738 a mAr Chicago 851 p n Elegant Day Coaches with the Mooon celebrated highbade Seats Parlor and Dining Ca- rsSummer Resorts Close connections at Chicago with trains and boats for the resorts of Michigan Wisconsin and Minnesota French Lick West Baden Preached only by the MonontThe remedial properties of the various springs at these famous resorts are world renowncil for chronic ailments of StomachtLiver Kidneys and Bowels You drink the water nature does the rest Sal fcr Booklet giving hotel rates and full Information E HBACONIDistrict Pass ARt Loutvd11 Ky 1 1 acuatruoIN PATENT orrice US rJ B FORE ate I A WONDERFUL FACE BLEACHI AND HAIR TONICA oJ U hln a hotfir Jux ortlireciotetforjj Goanatcedtn d what uyan to Ithemti the wurUL UnetexU an that IU required Ifusctl as directed A WONDERFUL PACE BLKACrf A PRACHLlKK cum lrxlna oUUncd If used AS dlncteit Will turn the ikln of a LUck or bcuirn penon bur a fire tkadt- Hchteranil a mulatto nenon nrrfcvtly white la tuty fht- huurt a Uuik or two llAtrr v U ni kraMg It don not ton I4 sUn la slotetut 1Nc11CS out wblte tile akla reaatlalag beautiful wlllkmt nntloual UM XlUremorewTlixklei Crackle dirk si Ht irfmiJrt or Lumps or tUckhcadt maklac the stele ve spotsttovdhuma1dertheI CBANZBHAia TOHIO that gnra In retry oneMolUr box Is enough to ask tmjMMli 1 lair crow InnlC and Mnleht and fcccpt It from ftKa rIllehTr rmfiunot sad makes the bait soft tad cair to crab Any pnvm ccnillaff M ooo dolUr Ja a letter or n0 Oflca M tnt mnoeronkrorrrclstettdkttrrvewQl wtod It oIk hthe malt I prepaid lor II rat waat 1tal- c UOitwlaroseLlesprnt aatseatrs- lauyciuwIxeItGllstodo wadileywe trUlmar tM HIf1l1r send a took tFea of charge Pack that nn alit lauw the COIdn1b nape receht LOUIE CO 11 WJacktoaSL IICHQ1I VAj 4 51t TiI 141 1j1AlaJflQ APRIL 1fln4I r L Sunday School Lesson SUNDAY APRIL 24 THE MISSION OF THE SEVENTY Luke 10 116 MOTTO TEXTPray ye there fore the Lord of the harvest that he would send forth laborers into his harvest Luke 102 Our Lord is about to set out for the first and last time on a tour through the cities and towns in the Southern part of Galilee He could give but little time to each place When he was about to go for the last time through the northern part of Galilee he had sent his twehe apostles two by two to prepare the people for his coming His time being short it was of great consequence he should find tht minds of the people aroused and their hearts interest IIAfter these things the Lord apJilllt other seventy also Seventy from among his disciples other than his apostles There is probably an allusion to the seven ty elders of Moses Num 1116 And sent them two ly tiv An arrangement very kind to those sent among hostile people They could encourage and strengthen each other A larger numbe- would have been in each others way and would he apt to hav different opinions besides bein more of a tax on the hospitality olf villagers rllInlllllI 1 1 peats what he said when he was sending out the twelve Alas i that after these centuries this I I should still be true and the labor w usoeivJ Why is this still the case Gods arms is not shortened nor his power exhausted It is ev ident his people have not prays HS they ought or the laborers tha I some have u lie whom Gt d had not sent and gone in ways which lii did not approve Note our Lord does not say Go yourself out of your own accord and persuade others to go but Prayye there ore the Lord of the harvest that he would serif forth laborers into his harvest There is danger of forgetting that God is to send laborers and he alone And he sends them in answer to the prayers of his people Eugene Stocks give a needed warning to Sunday School teachers in his comment on this passage In dwelling on the duty of direct missionary work at home teachers should be very cautious how they speak about children being mission aries to their parents lest they foster self will conceit and disre Bard of the fifth commandment fio your stags behold I 111011 for trr as lambs among wolves They were uirnu dull defense less they reiiito resist the authority of their enemies Hut their Master bade them not to fear those who could kill tne bodies but could do nc further harm Chris tians should like John Knox fear God and nothing else They I must not shrink from going the way their Master has commanded be cause dangers aboutl in the way He is absolute sovereign nothing can befall them which he has not only foreseen but decreed andall things thich shall happen shall work together for their good Carryl neither purse n r scrip nor shoesScrip means a leather hag or walle used for carrying provisions They are to set out just as they are weak and utterly unprovided The first cnaracteris tic of Christs messengers is confidence Jesus who gives them their mission charges himself with the task of defending them and providing for their wants Godet This commandwas for the seventy then that it was not meant for all1 Christians any more than the corns i l s I mand to heal the sick is shown IIby Pauls taking contributions from the church at Philippi for the expense oi other cities But all whom God sends which includes all his people are not to entangle themselves in the affairs of this life I nor carry with them things not necessary I Sulfite no lIltl1llIlltt way Eastern salutations were long and elaborate Messengers on impor tant and urgent business didnot stop for them But the seventy were to be courteous for the were to salute those in whose houset they entered athe to this houseThis was the common salutation among the Jews And ij the son oj eaee be there your peace shall rest upon it Godet tells us son of peace is a Hebrew form cf speech- It indicates that peace is present- in the heart as a force to control it I aud the verse is an illustration of I that great truth unto him that hath shall more be given I Verse 7 They were not to be going from house to house to be I entertained if they were disatist fied with their first place or were I pleased with being feasted They were not to be fastidious in their food but to be content withsuch food as was given them No matter I how fine their entertainment I ttltyII were receiving charity in receiving it They were giving far more I than they received As they were going among their brethren the I Jews there could be no question foodroffered them mirer acles would prove the truth of their I commission and by making the I sickand thuir friends grateful wouldopen their hea its to receive the great message which they brought liven the very dnst u your city which eleaveth on us wt wipe off against yon J vviu ent Ido our Lord did not consider men were doing God any favor by list cuing to the gospel message Per haps a little of the stern spirit ol imapreachtling Shaking d abhorrence they were so vile thr evangelist would break every bone connection with them Yet ever then they were to speak a won which ought to lead them to re pentance l rt lrrrrtu yon that it shall be won tolerable in that day for Sodom than Jor thattillSLl emn and awful warning Warnin which is as true to day as then off all who refuse to hear the gospel or dispitefully use Gods messengersi In that day meant the great judgment day of final reckoning Sodom was the type ot depraved wickedness These words teach great truths men are held to a strich accountability for their opportunities gospel hearers shall be most severely punished if they do not heed the message and there are to be degrees in future punishment II ie unto the Chorazin Nothing is known of this city nor ot the miracles performed then It is thought to have been near Ca pernaum I J ij the mightyl works had been done in Tyre and Sidon which have beer done in you they hail a great while ago r eperrl sitting in sackcloth null ashes Those who insist Godought to treat all his creatures alike and who attack Paul for teaching sovereign and unconditional electron find these words of the Lord ve troublesome They insist G elects those whom he oresa de would repent in the face of his d claration that he choose them a II cording to the good pleasure of histt1 will But here the Lord declares i he foreknew the Tyriens and Sldoii nians would repent if they had the opportunities which were granted to others and yet Knowing this 1 did not grant it to them To un derstand the wisdom of God in giving the means of grace to tho who would not improve them a denying them to those who would we must wait till the great day of J f discovery Henry r 1 Ud- I w 1 And thov Capernaum which are exalted to heaven shall be thrust down to hell Capernaum was specially honored in that our Lord named it his dwelling place A solemn warning to those who dwell in gospel lands llc that hcareth yon heareth areTrue still of those wh j deliver Gods message and deliver it as our he did AntI those who dispise the ones who carry Gods message unaltered and pnrelipsJVIANAOKR WANTED Trnelwol thy lady or gentleman to manage buiuetjs In this county and ail joining trrritory for well and favorably known tiouHPor ro id financial stnudiug 2000 straight cali salary and explodes paid toRch Monday by cheek direct from headquarters Expense muiify advanced Position pel iiiuueut Address Maua gur 810 Como Block Cnicngo Him iis We Risk It Druggists Who Sell Dr Miles Nervine Agree If It Fails To Refund Cost Of course we reimburse the druggist Von IKnow him and trust him ltr lilies Xorvlne Is medicine for your nervesIt lIra diseases of the internal or gans by giving tone to the nerves which make these organs work I Jt is n novel theory not of nnntomy but of treatment flat discovered by J r Mllos and since made use of by many wideawake jihysirians who ap pr inte its value In treating the sick If you are side we off T you away to be nuttto wellUr Miles Terrine This medicine Is a scientific cure for nerve disorders such as Neuralgia Headache Loss of Memory Sleepless ness Spasms Jtackarhe St Altus Dance Epilepsy or Fits Nervous Pros tration etc By toning up tho nerves Dr Mlles Restorative Nervine will also cure those diseases of the Internal organs dun to a disordered nervous system Some of these are Indigestion Jill ious Headache Kidney Trouble Chronic Constipation Dropsy Catarrh Ilheuma tlsm etc prostrationfvailed upon him to try Dr Miles tl tuna t he Nrrvinc and now he has fully recovered You remember I wrote you linw Iit saved my life a few years ago when 1 had nervous trouble I preach Its merits to everynnItEV- N1 MYEKH Correction Ille lawn fr I mallIyour ease and till you what 1Is wrung and how to right It Absolutely Free Address DK MILKS MKDICAL C- OLAOltTUltU3 BUCllAltT OND Central Law School II LOUISVILLE eY One of the Best LAW SCHOOLS XAA Of t South offers exceptionu advantages to those desiring Ii InstrutAartgLaveareSchools of the Countryand among the leading lawyers at the Louisville bar For further fff SU Information and particulars Address ALBERT S WHITE LOB DEAN r vtS9r LR KV BO YEARS EXPERIENCE 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delegates and others who wish to visit the Pacific Coast leave via the RIG FOUR ROUTE For full information anil parts ti1irs to rules tickets llnnln stop over aHII leges etc call or Agents Big Route or nililress the undersieotlt General WARRR Iaesmgcr J sadrYNCJTII S J GATES General Agt Louisville I r1 ==LET US START YOU I 10000it + MeUlPlaUac qaMaektaetYepselse I We 4 pUUnc manea tan otflu all- s 1U tool latter msMtIsl t reedy ipltw far FBIYYwwto W JIII tlanlab j wraauq I 4 1Cllh IIlKNDIUSOX RoiTK Idl it ON VOIU TRII TO STLOUISI ROIN11II1 HATER IROM IOUISVILIM ON AC COtNT OF T- HEWORLDS S F6IRr SEAs N TICKHTS 3onSold Daily Commencing April 25 LimitDecember 15 1904 SIXTY DAY TICKETS 1100 Sold Daily Commencing April 25 Limit 60 days TEN DAY TICKETS 1000 Sold Daily Commencing April 25 Limit 10 days including date of sale SiEdAiCoAcii Kxruitsr1 NS 700 Dates S ile to be announced later Limit 6 days including date of sale Coach Kxcersion Tickets an nut goo Sleepers neither will they be good 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